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Add: Gemóte conuentione, Wrt. Voc. ii. 17, 50. Gemót consessum, ii. 133, 57. I. with the idea of two parties coming face to face. 1. a meeting with others for consultation, discussion, & c. Heródes gewende tó Cesaream, and ðǽr hæfde gemót wið Tyrum and Sidoniscum. Mid þám ðe hé mótode, Hml. Th. ii. 382, 29. Hé hét gelangian him tó ealle ðá burhwara tógædere, cwæð hé gemót wið hí habban wolde, Hml. S. 23, 21. 2. a hostile meeting, an encounter Wénde ic þæt þú þý wærra weorðan sceolde wið sóðfæstum swylces ge-mðtes. þe þé oft wiðstðd, Jul. 426. Oft ic wig seó . . . ic á bídan sceal láðran gemótes, Ru. 6, 10. Nǽnig man compigende Gode gifalde hine gimótum woruldlicum nemo militans Deo inplicat se negotiis (negotium praelium, Migne) secularibus, Rtl. 60, 11. II. a gathering or assembly of a number of people f or some purpose. 1. in a general sense Heáfædrafela swylce eác hæleða gemót, wítgena weorod, wífmanna þreát, Hö. 47. Gemóte concessum (ante angelicum coelestis theatri consessum, Aid, 24, 10), Wrt. Voc. ii. 78, 22. Hé gecwæð hí cómon ealle tó ánum gemóte, hé mihte him secgan hwæt him tó dónne wǽre, Hml. S. 36, 205 : An. 650. Hí longe (long, v. l. ) gemót ymb þæt hæfdon, hwæðer hit tácnade þe sibbe þe unsibbe, Ors. 5, 5 ; S. 226, 20. 2. in more special senses, a. a deliberative assembly, a council Hé biþ gemóte (consilio ) scyldig. Mt. R. 5, 22 : Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 7 : 17, 45. Hié sellaþ eówic on gemótum (conciliis), Mt. R. L. 10, 17. b. an ecclesiastical council, a synod [Tó sinoþ]licum gemóte ad synodale concilium, An. Ox. 2093. Hé gesomnade bisceopa gemót and synoð ætgædere mid monigum mágistrum cyricean. Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 372, 20. c. a religious assembly, congregation Ne áhydde ic na þíne mild-heortnesse on myclum gemótum (a synagoga mulla), Ps. Th. 39, ii. d. a judicial assembly, a court Hé eóde in þæt dómern ðǽr ðǽr Caluisianus wæs in miclum gemóte . . . þá yrsode se déma, Shrn. 116, 32. ' Habbað eów gemót, and tómiddes settað Naboð, biddað leáse gewitan hí hine forsecgan . . . þá heáfodmenn budon him tó gemóte, Hml. S. 18, 189-195. ¶ of the last judgement Mægna cyning on gemót cymeð þrymma mǽste, Cri. 833. Monge beóð on gemót lǽded fýra cynnes: wile fæder engla seonoð gehégan, déman mid ryhte, Ph. 491. e. a popular assembly for voting Gemoot contio, convocatio populi, Txts. 53, 584. 3. used to denote the meetings in England at which legal, administrative, and other business was done, a. where the meeting was of national importance Hér wæs myccle gemót æt Kyrtlingtúne, Chr. 977 ; P. 122, 8. On þissum geáre wæs mycele gemót (a grand council of Danes and English, William of Malmesbury) on Oxonaforda, 1015 ; P. 145, 20. Þ gemót æt Brómdúne, Ll. Th. i. 280, n. Wæs sionoðlic gemót on ðǽre mǽran stówe ðe mon háteð Clofeshoas, and ðǽr se cyning ond his biscopas ond his aldormenn ond alle ðá wioton ðisse ðióde ðǽr gesomnade wǽron, Cht. Th. 70, 10. Gerǽdde se cyng and his witan man sceolde habban ealra gewitena gemót on Lundene . . . and stefnode man Godwine tó þon gemóte, Chr. 1048 ; P. 174, 20-25 ; Ll. Th. i. 238, 36. Geðenc nú hweðer áwiht mani mann cynges hám séce þér þǽr hé on túne byð, oððe hys gemót, oððe hys fird ; oððe hweðer ðé ðince þæt hí æalle on ánne weig þeder cumen, Solil. H. 44, 3. Ofer þis gemót (cf. 36, 4-14), Ll. Th. i. 38, 4. On þám gemótan þeáh wurðan on namcúðan stówan, 348, 17. b. where the meeting concerned a locality (hundred, borough, & c.) Gecýðe in gemótes (cf. folcgemote, 12) gewitnesse cyninges geréfan, Ll. Th. i. 82, 16. On folces gemóte, 76, 5. Gif mon beforan cyninges ealdormen on gemóte gefeohte, 86, 13. Ic wille ǽlc man sý griðes wyrðe to gemóte and fram gemóte, 422, 5. Ic wille ǽlc geréfa hæbbe gemót á ymbe feówer wucan, 164, 20. Séce man hundredes gemót, 386, l. On þám meðelstede þá hé gemót hæfde, By. 199. Hí Sunnandæges folciscra gemóta (cf. folcgemóta, 320, 12) geswícan, Ll. Th. i. 326, 21. c. a meeting for settling cases, court Wæs se ƀ Walchere ofslagen æt ánum gemóte (the meeting was to decide whether Liulf had been slain by the bishop's orders, v. Flor. Worcester), Chr. 1080; P. 214, 9. Ðæt nán scýrgeréfe oððe mótgeréfe ðár habban ǽne sócne oððe gemót (placitum) búton ðes abbudes hǽse, C. D. iv. 200, 10. Ranulf his capellan ealle his (the king's) gemót ofer eall Engleland dráf Ranulf carried on all the law-courts over all England, Chr. 1099 ; P. 235, l. 4. a place where a meeting is held On gemóte in foro, Mt. R. 23, 7 : Germ. 400, 14. III. of inanimate objects, meeting, junction, v. ge-mittung :-- On wega gemótum in competis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 46, 12. v. ceápung-gemót, gúþ-gemót, hand-gemót, torn-gemót.
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