ge-máhlíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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ge-máhlíce
Add: , ge-máglíce, ge-málíce Gemálíce importune, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 44. I. impudently Gemáhlice (-máglíce. Hpt. Gl. 475, 39) procaciter, i. inpudenter, An. Ox. 2945. II. pertly, saucily: — Þæt hí ná gedyrstlǽcan gemáhlíce [procaciter) bewerian heom gesawen bið, R. Ben. I. 18, 2. III. importunately, pertinaciously Gemáh[líce] pertinaciter (perseverare in precibus), An Ox. 3391; perseveranter, Hpt. Gl. 486, 4. Hé bæd gemáhlíce Paulum hé hine gehǽlde, Hml. S. 29, 53. Þá þearfan swýðe gemáhlíce (importune) bǽdon se biscop him sum þing syllan sceolde. Gr. D. 63, 30 Sum fugel swíþe gemáglice (importune) gefeól on þæs hálgan mannes andwlitan, 100, 20.
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