ge-grípan
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ge-grípan
Add:I. to lay hold of 1. a material object, to take with the hand, grasp Hé wǽpn gegráp mid tó campienne, Bl. H. 167, 1. Se Hélend áþenede hond his and gegráp hine (apprehendit eum ), Mt. R. 14, 31. Ealle þá apostolas hié gegrípan on hire middel, Bl. H. 141, 29. Ic wille gegrípan palmtwig, and hit tó eorþan áfyllan, 151, 15. Nim swá mycel swá þú mid þrím fingron gegrípan mæge, Lch. i. 230, 11. Mið ðý gegripen (-grippen, L.) wæs hond his praehensa manu ejus, Mk. R. 1, 31. Gegripen adprehensum, Kent. Gl. 192. (1 a) to seize with an implement :-- Fýrene tangan him on handa hié hæfdon, and . . . hié mé mid þǽm gegrípan woldon, Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 621, 15. 2. a non-material object Hié gegrípað (arripiunt ) ðone cwide ðæs apostoles hiora gítsunge tó fultome, Past. 53, 3. II. to get possession of, obtain, acquire Gegríp arripe (prudentiam ), Kent. Gl. 64. Underfóð ł gegrípað steóre ł láre apprehendite disciplinam, Ps. L. 2, 12. Suǽ iornað gié te gié gigrípa (conprehendatis ), Rtl. 5, 37. III. with idea of violence, constraint Gegrípe capiat, retineat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 128, 48. 1. to seize a person, take captive, apprehend a criminal. a. the subject a person Sé ðe swá hwér hine gegrípes (adpraehenderit ), hé bítes, Mk. R. L. 9, 18. Hé hyne gegráp arripiebat illum, Lk. 8, 29. Gást gigráp (appraehendit ) hine, Lk. R. 9, 39. Gigriopun Símón, 23, 26. Hwonne hí mé gegrípan and tó helle locum gelǽdan, Bd. 5, 13; Sch. 640, 16. Hé mé swá ládode hié mé ne gegripon, Bl. H. 151, 27. Sendun ðá aldormenn embihtmenn te hiǽ gegripe (-grioppo, L.) hine, Jn. R. 7, 32. Sóhtun hine tó gigrípanne, 30, 44. Hé wæs gegripen (correptus ) fram þám unclǽnum gástum, Gr. D. 294, 1. b. the subject an animal Án leó gegráp mé and arn tó wuda, Hml. S. 30, 331. c. the subject a thing Sió wilnung ðæs ídlan gielpes gegrípð ðæt mód, Past. 373, 20. Gegriépð, 143, 5. Þám þe se æfterra deáþ gegrípð, Bt. 19; F. 70, 18. Gegrípað capiunt (impium iniquitates suae ), Kent. Gl. 116. Ðá gegráp hine swíðlic ege, Hml. S. 23 b, 212: 460. Gegripun ł gehæfton comprehenderunt, Ps. L. 39, 13. te ðióstro iúih ne gegrípa (compraehendant ), Jn. L. 12, 35. Ðe lés ðú sió gegripen hiora onwaldum ne capiaris nutibus illius, Kent. Gl. 161. 2. to seize a thing, take with violence as a robber Gegrípeð diri[pi]et (v. Mt. 12, 29), Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 58: 26, 33. Ðonne hé gegríp[ð] cum rapuerit, Kent. Gl. 705. Ne bið gegripen non rapitur, 71. 3. to take, catch game Wildeór gegrípan, Hml. S. 23 b, 735. v. ge-grippan.
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