ge-léfed
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ge-léfed
Add:I. weakened, injured, infirm Gif nýten byð deád oððe geléwed si jumentum mortuum fuerit aut debilitatum, Ex. 22, 10, 14. se dǽl þæs líchoman þe ádeádode wæs and geléwed tó þǽre ǽrran hǽlo becume, Lch. ii. 284, 18. Hé gehǽlde mistlíce gebrocode men, blinde and deáfe and dumbe and mistlíce geléwede, Wlfst. 99, 4. Hér syndan þurh synleáwa sáre geléwede tó manege, 165, 26. II. of age, advanced. Take here gelýfed in Dict., and add Þára ðe gelýfdre yldo (geleófe yldo, v. l.) wǽron earum quae aetate provectae erant, Bd. 3, 8; Sch. 222, 1. Gelýfdre yldo provectioris aetatis, 4, 24; Sch. 482, 12. [O. Sax. gi-léƀód (of Lazarus 'ulceribus plenus.'] v. á-léfian, and cf. ge-lǽw, lǽweo.
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