ge-líþigian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-líþigian
Take here all passages except Shrn. 130, 5 and Past. 159. 3 under ge-lípian in Dict., and add: I. to render a person gentle, mollify, appease Hé þone geyrsodon cásere gelíðgode, Hml. S. 3, 194. Hine gelíðegode seó árfæste behreówsung þǽre mildheortnysse pectus pietas vicit, Gr. D. 18, 20. Bið gelíðgod lenietur (princeps), Kent. Gl. 964. II. to make a person glad (?) Þú gelíþegodest delectasli, Ps. Spl. 91, 4. III. to mitigate pain, & c., soften asperity, & c. Hyt þone wlættan þæs magan gelíþigaþ. Lch. i. 204, 21. Hyt gelíþegaþ þone gicþan, 25. Is swíðe micel niédðearf dæt mon mid micelre gemetgunge swelcra scylda ðreáunga gelíðigie and gemetgige necesse est, ut magno moderamine ipsa delicti correptio temperetur, Past. 158, 3.
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