ge-lómlǽcan
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ge-lómlǽcan
Substitute: I. to be or to become frequent, happen frequently Þonne middangeardes wíta gelómlǽcað, Hml. Th. i. 612, 7. Efne ðá fǽrlíce æteówdon gelómlǽcende lígas sweartes fýres ecce subito apparent crebri flammarum tetrarum globi (Bd. Sch. 617), ii. 350, 19. Þes middangeard is mid ylde ofsett swylce mid gelómlǽcendum hefigtýmnyssum tó deáðe geðreád, 614, 21: 578, 34. II. to do frequently, repeat Gelómlǽcþ iterat, repetit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 63. Gelómlǽcende iteranda, An. Ox. 3824. II a. to denote frequent action :-- Sume word synd gecwedene frequentativa, þæt synd gelómlǽcende, for ðan ðe hí getácniað gelómlǽcunge, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 213, 7. III. to frequent, visit frequently Gelómlǽcþ frequentat, visitat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 63. IV. to visit in large numbers, celebrate a festival Gelómlǽc celebres, frequentes, Hpt. 31, 8, 134. For symbelnysse gelómlǽcende pro festivitate frequentanda. An. Ox. 3824.
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