ge-líc
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun, Adjective
Gender: Neuter
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ge-líc
es; n. Substitute: I. what is like 'Ic nát nánwiht Godes gelíces (Deo simile)' . . . 'Ic wondrie þín, hwí þú secge þæt þú Gode náwiht gelíces nyte (nihil te nosse Deo simile )'. . . Gyf ic wiht him gelíces wiste, ic wolde þat lufian, Solil. H. 15, 13-19. Næfð hé náht men gelíces de homine nihil habet, Gr. D. 46, 28. Næfdon hé máre monnum gelíces ðonne ingeþonc, Met. 26, 93. Nánne mon ne lyst nánes ðinges búton goodes, oððe hwæshwegu ðæs þe goode gelíc biþ. Maniges þinges hí wilniaþ þe full gód ne biþ, ac hit hæfþ ðeáh hwæthwegu gelíces goode, Bt. 34, 7; F. 142, 33. Þisses fugles gecynd fela gelíces beácnað, Ph. 387. II. a similitude, parable gelíc getimbrendes torres gesceádeð similitudinem aedificandae turris exponii, Lk. p. 8, 14.
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