ga-máhlic
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ga-máhlic
Take here ge-máglic in Dict., and add: , ge-málic Tó ðǽm gemálecan ad inportunum (cf. An. Ox. 807 under ge-máh). Wrt. Voc. ii. a. l. I. shameless, impudent For þan wé nellan nán gýmeleás yrfe forgyldan, búton hit forstolen sý; mænige men specað gemáhlice sprǽce (many men make most impudent claims for compensation. The Latin version has 'fraudulentas locutiones'), Ll. Th. i. 238, 11. II. wanton Hié him andwyrdon hit gemálic wǽre and unryhtlic (that it would be a wanton outrage) þæt swá oferwlenced cyning sceolde winnan on swá earm folc responderunt, stolide opulentissimum regem adversus inopes sumsisse helium. Ors. 10; S. 44, III. of supplication, importunate. 1. in a good sense, persistent, pertinacious Se mildheorta God wile þæt wé mid gemáglicum bénum his mildheortnesse ofgán, Hml. Th. ii. 126, 5. 2. in a bad sense Hé fylgede þám hálgan were mid gemáglicum bedum (gemálicum bénum, v.l. importunis precibus ), Gr. D. 156, 2: Hml. Th. ii. 176, 15.
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