ge-hwæþer
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ge-hwæþer
Add: Each of two. I. used substantively. 1. alone, a. each of two objects Gesíðcund man . . . ceorlisc man . . . gehwæðer hǽmed forlǽte, Ll. Th. i. 38, 7. b. each of two circumstances, conditions, &c. α. the circumstances already stated Ne meahte seó weáláf wíge forstandan gestrión; sealdon unwillum éðel-weardas áðas. Wæs gehwæðeres wá, Met. l, 25. β. the circumstances following Him wæs gehwseðres wá, ge . . . ge . . . , El. 628. Dó þonne gehwæþer, ge on ðá wunde lege, and eác drinc swýþe þearle, Lch. i. 78, 9. 2. governing a genitive An wíg gearwe ge æt hám ge on herge, ge gehwæðer þára efne swylce mǽla swylce hira mandryhtne þearf gesǽlde, B. 1248. Ic gemyndige þá mǽran Raab and Babilonis, bégea gehwæðeres memor era Rahab et Babylonis , Ps. Th. 86, 2. Hé sealde hiora gehwæðrum, B. 2994. 3. used reciprocally Hygeláce wæs nefa hold, and gehwæðer óðrum hróðra gemyndig, B. 2171. ¶ passing into a conjunction , v. ǽgþer :-- Seó wyrt deáh gehwæþer ge þæs mannes sáwle ge his líchonman. Lch. i. 70, 3. Gehweþer ge his ágen geweorc ge on his naman gehálgod, Bl. H. 197, 6. II. adjectival Gehwæðeres promiscui , Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 58. Æt gehweðerum múðe, Ll. Th. i. 96, II. Wearþ micel wælsliht on gehwæþere bond, Chr. 871; P. 72, 2 : By. 112. III. adverbial, in each case. Cf. I. ¶ Þǽre eorðan on nánre ne mót se rodor neár þonne on óðre stówe gestæppan, stríceð ymbútan ufane and neoðane efenneáh gehwæðer (equally near both above and below ; cf. se rodor is þǽre eorþan emneáh ge ufan ge neobon, Bt. 33, 4; F. 130, 23), Met. 20, 141. [O. H. Ger. ge-hwedar uterque.]
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