geóc
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Add:I. help in danger or difficulty Þæt ic þé tó geóce gárholt bere, B. 1834. Ne mæg þǽre sáwle þe bið synna ful gold tó geóce, Seef. 101. Ðé wearð máðma cyst (a sword ) gifeðe tó eóce unc, Vald. 1, 25. Geóce gelýfde brega Beorhtdena, B. 608. Byrne ne meahte gárwigan geóce gefremman, 2674. Gearo wæs sé him geóce gefremede . . heora feorh generede metodes weard, Dan. 233. I a. the divine help asked in prayer :-- Ic ðé georne gebide géce and miltse, Txts. 174, 1. Hú sceal mín cuman gǽst tó geóce, nemne ic Gode sylle hýrsume hige, Gú. 338. Hé geóce fricle, Hpt. 33, 71, 10. Þára þe geóce tó him séceð, An. 1154. Sé ðe him tó ðám hálgan helpe gelífeð, tó Gode gióce, Vald. 2, 28. II. consolation in sorrow or trouble, comfort Flǽsc þæt seó fǽmne gebær geómrum tó geóce, Cri. 124. Frófre gǽst in Gúðláces geóce gewunade, Gú. 108. Gehátan geómrum gáste geóce oððe frófre, Seel. 108.
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