ge-licgan
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ge-licgan
Add:I. of living creatures. 1. to be in a prostrate or recumbent position Hé gelæg (jacebat ) tó dura his, Lk. L. 16, 20. In ðǽm gelæg menigo micelo, Jn. L. R. 5, 3. 2. to assume a prostrate or recumbent position Benedictus eóde tó ðæs cnapan líce, and ðǽr on uppon gelæg, Hml. Th. ii. 182, 15. 3. to lie sick, be confined to bed Hé gefeóll of ánre stægere and for ðý gelæg (cecidit per cancellos coenaculi sui, et aegrotavit, 2 Kings 1, 2), Hml. S. 18, 232. Gelegen wæs swér Sýmónes febrende wæs decumbebat socrus Simonis febricitans, Mk. L. R. 1, 30. 4. to lie with a person, have sexual intercourse with Gif man wið cyninges maegdenman geligeð, Ll. Th. i. 6, 4, 11, 13: 10, 6. Gif man mid esnes cwynan geligeð, 24, 9. Gif óðer mon mid hire gelǽge ǽr, 68, 17. II. of inanimate things. 1. material, to rest in a horizontal position on a surface Þæs hálgan weres líc on þám ceosole gelæg, Hml. S. 37, 271. 2. non-material, to be appointed (cf. what lies before a person = what is to happen to him) Gif ðæt God geteód habbe, ond mé ðæt on lǽne gelíð ðæt gesibbra ærfeweard forðcymeð, C. D. ii. 121, 26. III. of land, to pertain, appertain to Mid eallum ðám túnum ðe him tó gelicgað cum uillulis omnibus ad se rite pertinentibus, C. D. iii. 350, 6. IV. to be overcome with fear Mið ðý ðóhte gelegeno (gelegne, R.) woeron dum mente consternatae essent, Lk. L. 24, 4. [O. Sax. gi-liggian: O. H. Ger. ge-ligen, -likken.] v. tó-gelicgende.
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