ge-neát
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ge-neát
Add:I. one who enjoys (v. neótan) with another, one who belongs to the household or following (comitatus) of a superior Genaeot inquilinis (cf. inquilinus inbúend, 134, 24), Wrt. Voc. ii. in, 53. Geneát, 45, 57. I a. where the superior is a king, prince, or great man, cf. beód-, heorþ-geneát, geneát-scolu Bigstandaþ mé (Satan) strange geneátas, Gen. 284. Geneátum parisitis (Dulcitius, Dioclesiani Satrapa, a propriis parasitis et domesticis clientibus non agnoscitur, Aid. 66, 23), Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 62. II. as a technical English term, 1. one of a king's household or retinue. Cf. I a Cyninges geneát, gif his wer bið twelf hund sciłł. . Ll. Th. i. 114, 10. Þǽr wearð ofslægen Lucumon cynges geréfa . . . and Æðelferð cynges geneát, Chr. 897 ; P. 91, lo. 2. one of a private person's household. Cf. I Gif þín geneát stalie and losie þé, Ll. Th. i. 116, 10. 3. a tenant holding by service (and rent) to the lord Se geneát sceal wyrcan swá on lande swá of lande, hweðer swá him man být, C. D. iii. 450. 3— Geneátes riht. Geneátriht is mistlic be ðám ðe on lande stænt. On sumon hé sceal landgafol syllan . . . , Ll. Th. i. 432, ii. Hé héht his geneát, Ecgláf hátte, rídan mid ceastersétna preóste, Wulfhún hátte, and hé hine gelǽdde ealle ðá gemǽra , . . and se ceastersétna preóst hit gerád and se Æðelwaldes geneát mid hine . . . Ðus him gewísede se Æðelwaldes mon ðá gemǽru, C. D. v. 140, 30-141, 30. III. used of a thing which is an adjunct of another (?), the boat belonging lo a larger vessel (?) Fasellus vel geneát, i. genus holeris, Wrt. Voc. ii. 146, 54. (O. L. Ger. ge-nót :-- Thuner and Uuóden . . . ende allum thém unholdum the hira genótas sint, Heyne 88, 7 : O. H. Ger. ge-nóz socius, sodalis, contubernalis, cliens.)
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