ge-irnan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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ge-irnan
Take here ge-yrnan in Dict., and add: A. intrans. I. to run, run about Giiorniað discurrent, Rtl. 86, 36. Geurnun (currebant) tuége ætgæðre, Jn. L. R. 20, 4. I a. of the movement of a vessel :-- Scipu frécedlíce geyrnað ships have perilous runs (naues perclitantur in pelago, 297, 20), Archiv cxx. 298, 6. II. to run to and reach. 1. to run to a person Gesæh ðone Hǽlend fearre tó gearn (cucurrit ) and worðade hine, Mk. L. R. 5, 6. Giarn and cuóm tó Simon Petre, Jn. L. R. 20, 2. All folc geuurnon groeton hine omnis populus . . . accurrentes salutabant eum, Mk. L. 9, 15. (1 a) to run and meet a person who approaches :-- Gearn occurrens, Mk. p. 4, 6: Jn. p. 6, 12. In ðǽr stóue ðér gearn him (giarn tó tó him, R.) Martha in illo loco ubi occurrerat ei Martha, Jn. L. 11, 30. Geurnon him tuoege occurrerunt ei duo, Mt. L. 8, 28. Giurnon (gwurnun, L.) tógægnes him, Jn. R. 4, 51. Brydegume cymende giiorne (occurrere ), Rtl. 106, 10. (1 b) with the idea of attack :-- Gelamp sume síðe, ðǽr hé sum gild bræc, þǽr gearn mycel menigeo tó him . . . and ealle swíðe erre wǽron (cf.. 2. to run to a place Georn xvi-wintre mǽden tó ðǽre bǽre, seó wæs blind ácenned, and heó meahte sóna geseón, Shrn. 140, 1. Tó ðǽr byrgenne gearn (currens ) and gesæh te áworden wæs, Lk. p. 11, 9: Lk. L. R. 24, 12. (2 a) where violent entry is made :-- Gif man in mannes tún ǽrest geirneð, .vi. scillingum gebéte; sé þe æfter irneð, .iii. scillingas, Ll. Th. i. 6, 16. Cf. gegangeð, 10, 3. III. to run and do something Giarn (geharn, L.) án and gefylde copp mið æcede, Mk. R. 15, 36. IV. to run together, coagulate Ne lǽt geyrnan ǽg . . . dó of mon gegnídan ne mæge, bið geurnen, Lch. ii. 272, 16-22. Snáw cymð of ðám þynnum wǽtan þe . . . byð gefroren ǽr þan hé tó dropum geurnen sý, iii. 278, 25. V. of action, to run into, fall into Hé in nǽnigre leásunge synne ne georn nec falsitatis incurrebat peccatum, Gr. D. 22, 30. VI. of mental process, to occur to the mind Swá hwæt swá þé on mód geurne quidquid animo occurrit, Gr. D. 147, 9. B. trans. I. to run a course, run through, over a space Þes circul (the zodiac ) ys tódǽled on twelf, and seó sunne geyrnð þás twelf fætu binnan .xii. mónðum, Angl. viii. 298, 16. Saturnus geyrnð his ryne binnan þrittigum wintrum, 320, 40: 42: 45. Tó geyrnanne weg ad currendam uiam, Ps. L. 18, 6. II. to run and reach a place (of shelter) Gif cirican fáh mon geierne, Ll. Th. i. 64, 9: 90, 9. Gif hwá sié deáðes scyldig, and hé cirican geierne, hæbbe his feorh . . . Gif hwá his hýde forwyrce, and cirican geierne, sié him sió swingelle forgifen, 104, 13-16. III. to run and obtain, obtain by running Gif forworht man friðstól geséce, and þurh feorh geyrne, Ll. Th. i. 332, 17. Náhwár hé eft his feorh gefare ne geyrne, 24. v. ge-rinnan.
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