ge-manigfildan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-manigfildan
ge-manigfealdan; p. de. Take here ge-mænigfyldan in Dict. , and add: To multiply, 1. to make numerous Þú woldest mÍnne ofspring gemenigfyldan swá sǽceosol þe nán man átellan ne mæg, Gen. 32, 12. Þú woldest his cynn gemenigfealdan swá steorran beóð on heofenum multiplicabo semen tuum sicut stellas coeli, Ex. 32, 13. Israéla folc weóx swilce hig of eorðan spryttende wǽron gemænigfylde quasi germinantes multiplicati sunt, 1, 7: Scint. 176, 6. (1 a) of repeated action :-- Sé ðe lufað sunu his, hé gemænigfylt (assiduat) him swingla, Scint. 176, 9. 2. to increase the quantity of, enlarge, extend. a. the object material Hé his cyricean wundorlicum weorcum gebrǽdde and gemonigfylde (ampliauit), Bd. 5, 20; Sch. 674, 10. gemænigfyldan ut cumularent. An. Ox. 8, 226. Gemænifyldon, 7, 296. (a α) fig. :-- Gemenigfylde God Jafeth dilatet Deus Japheth, Gen. 9, 27. Hé gemétte fela gemænigfylde (-men-, -fealde, v.ll.) on geleáfan and on Godes gife ðeónde, Hml. S. 15, 41. b. the object non-material Þú gemænigfyldest þíne mǽrsunge, Ps. L. 70, 21. [For] gemænigfyldre ofermódnesse propter publicatam insolentiam, An. Ox. 8, 389. Gemaeniflydre, 7, 380. 3. as an arithmetical term Gemænigfyld þá þreó þurh feówer, þriwa feówer beóð twelf, Angl. viii. 328, 20. Nymað týn and gemænigfyld getæl feówer síðon; feówer síðon týn beotf feówertig, 25.
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