ge-nemnan
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ge-nemnan
Add:I. to give as a name to an object. 1. a proper name of a. a person Monno . . . wæs genemned hominem Matthaeum nomine, Mt. L. 9, 9. Wes heora heratoga Reóda geháten, from þám heó sind genemnode Dæl Reódi, Chr. P. 5, 2. Þus hié wǽron genemnde, Dubslane and Maccbethu, 891 ; P. 82, 26. b. a place On þá burn þe ys genemned (dicitur) Effrem, Jn. II, 54. On þám staþe þe is genemned Ypwines fleót, Chr. 449; P. 12, 7 : 552 ; P. 16, 25 : 926 P. 107, 24. c. with a cognate accusative Þú his naman hǽlend ge-nemnest, Lk. l, 31. Genemne ðú noma is haelend vocabis nomen ejus Iesum, Mt. L. i. 21. 2. a class name Ðeáh þú ealle gesceafta áne naman genemde, ealle þú nemdest tógædere and héte woruld though thou gavest each element a separate name, thou didst name them collectively and call them world, Bt. 33, 4; F. 128, 27. Leóht wæs þurh Drihtnes word dæg genemned, Gen. 130. II. where a title or descriptive term is used, to call. 1. of a person Ðá apostolasgenemde quos apostolos nominavit, Lk. L. 6, 13. Genemna laruas vocare Rabbi, Mt. L. 23, 7. bið hálig Godes sunu genemned, Bl. H. 7, 24. Sé þe heora cyning mid rihte genemned wǽre, 177, 12. Þá syndan huntigystran genemde, Nar. 38, 3. 2. of a thing Ic forléto ðá boec ðá from Lucianus and Hesichio genemnedo praetermitto eos codices quos a Luciano et Hesychio nuncupatos, Mt. p. 2, 10. (2 a) of the title of a book :-- Ðá bóc ðe is genemned on Englisc Hierdebóc, Past. 7, 19. II a. to call so and so, say that a person or thing is so and so :-- Ðeignas salt eorðu genemde discipulos sal terrae appellans, Mt. p. 14, 11, Ic genemned eam nihthrefne gelíc, Ps. Th. 101, 5. II b. genemnan tó to speak of as :-- Heó hié sylfe tó ðeówene genemde (cf. Ic eom Drihtnes þeówen, 20), Bl. H. 9, 24. Oft bið on hálgum gewrietum genemned midfeorh (-feorwe, MS.) tó gioguðháde in sacro eloquio aliquando adolescentia juventus vocatur, Past. 385, 31. Godes gelaðung is genemned tó ánum mǽdene, Hml. Th. ii. 10, 20. Hé wæs syððan eall genemned tó Sunnandæge oð ðæs Mónandæges lihtincge, Wlfst. 210, 3. III. to mention by name (person or thing) Æðelwald . . . and Óscytel, and swíðe monige eác him þe wé nú genemnan ne magon. Chr. 905; P. 94, 15. Háligne Gást . . . Fæder oððe Freóbearn. Ne sint þæt þreó Godas þriwa genemned, Hy. 10, 44. Man sceal habban wǽngewǽdu . . . , and fela ðinga ðe ic nú genæmnian ne can, Angl. ix. 264, 6. III a. to mention :-- Þára on háde sint syx genemned, El. 741. IV. to name in an appeal for help, to invoke Þá genemde þǽra scypmanna án Sc̃s Martynus and hyne bæd hylpes. Þá stylde se storm sóna, Shrn. 147, 8. [In Bt. 33, 4; F. 128, 31, 35 probably for genemned should be read gemenged as in the corresponding Met. 20, 66, 79.] [O.H.Ger. ge-nemnen, -nennen.] v. ǽr-genemned.
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