ge-mǽnnes
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ge-mǽnnes
Add I. joint tenancy of property Duobus carris dabo licentiam silfam ad illas secundum antiquam consuetudinem et constitutionem in aestate perferendam in commune silfa quod nos Saxonicae in geménnisse dicimus, C. D. ii. I. 27. II. joint occupancy of a place, fellowship of those who together occupy a place -Sý hé áscyred fram beódes gemǽnnesse privatur a mense participatione, R. Ben. 49, 2. Þæt wé his ríces gemǽnnesse mid him ágan móten ut regni ejus mereamur esse consortes, 6, 3. III. fellowship, communion with people Ne bið hé ná wýrðe ǽnigre gemǽnnysse (communione) mid eáwfæstum mannum, Ll. Th. ii. 174, 36. IV. sharing, imparting Weldǽde and gemǽnnysse (communionis) nelle gé forgytan, Scint. 165, 18. V. common, general, (in) common, (in) general. Cf. gemíénelíce; IV. Gif in gemǽnnisse alle God gebédon si in commune omnes Deum deprecarenlur, Mt. p. 9, 5.
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