ge-méting
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ge-méting
Add:I. meeting, v. ge-métan; A. 1. the coming together of two or more persons On gemétinge in conveniendo, Bl. Gl. Æt gemétinge, Ll. Th. ii. 424, 30. Hé hí tó him genam and clypte, and hí ealle þancunge dydon for heora gemétinge, Hml. S. 30, 384. (l a) a hostile meeting :-- Heora gemétting wæs æt Trefia, Ors. 4, 8; S. 186, 31. Geméti[n]g, 5, 7; S. 228, 24. Somnite æt óþran gefeohte mid máran fullume tó Rómána gemétinge cóman, 3, 8 ; S. 120, 25. Hé hié mid þǽm ilcan wrence beswác þe hé æt heora ærran gemétingge dyde, 4, 9; S. 188, 33. 2. an assembly, a body of persons who have come together Ælc gemétinc omnis conventus (plebis), Bl. Gl. Háligra heáh gemétincg consilium sanctorum, Ps. Th. 88, 6. Hwylce word hé gehýrde be him sprecan in gemétinge (conventu) þára áwyrgedra gásta, Gr. D. 190, 18. Eft bihald ofer ðás gimoetinge (conventionem), and ðín bloedsunge ofer hiá (eos ) ðerhdǽl, Rtl. no, 32. Þá gemétinga and gesomnunga hwíttra monna albatorum hominum conventicula, Gr. D. 319, l. Gemétincga conventicula, conventus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 135, 46. Ðæt ieldesðe setl on gemétengum (conventibus) hí sécað, Past. 37, 8. II. an invention, v. ge-métan; B Gemétinga adinuentionum, An. Ox. 2, 437. III. a convention, an agreement Þý lǽs se Godes þeów ǽniges teónan óht ongeáte for þissere gemétingce (gemittinge, v. l. ) ex conventione eadem, the agreement that he should be brought to Rome, Gr. D. 35, 27. v. ge-mitting.
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