ge-liþian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
ge-liþian
ge-leoþian; p. ode To unloose, relax, release Hé his sylfes wyllan geleoðode (-liðode, v. l.) in him sylfum þǽre blisse geweald sponte sibi laetitiae frena laxabat, Gr. D. 203, 26. Þæt wé hwílon úre mód geliðian (-leoðigen, v. l.) . . . betweoh þás eorðlican carfulnysse, l, 9. Mæg se biscop þæs mannes syngrína þurh Godes þafunge þe swýðor geliðian þe þus wile georne helpan him sylfan, Wlfst. 155, 26. Seó hálige sáwl wæs álysed and geleoðod of þám líchaman sancta illa anima carne soluta est, Gr. D. 282, 17. Seó geleoðode syn þǽre unhýrsumnesse wearð him tó deáde in þám wege peccatum inobedientiae in ipsa fuerit morte laxatum, 294, 26. Hé swá swýðe gebunden geare ongeat and georwénde him nǽfre ofer ne mihte beón geleoðad con-strictus nimis relaxari sejam posse desperabat, 326, 12.
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