geóguþ
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geóguþ
l. geoguþ, and add: I. youth as a period or stage of existence Gód sceal wið yfele, geogoð sceal wið ylde sacan, Gn. C. 52. Ðínre giogeðe adulescentiae tuę, Kent. Gl. 109. Ðǽre scame ðe ðú on iuguðe worhte confusionis adolescentiae tuae, Past. 207, 11. On geoguðe his earfoðsíð forspildan, on yldo eft eádig weorðan, Vy. 58: Wand. 35. On ælde ł on giogeðe, Ps. C. 142. Iuguðe (tenerrima) aetatula (infantis ), An. Ox. 7, 198. Fram gebyrdtída iungan iugeðe ab cunabulorum teneritudine, 2843. Tó láre befæst sóna fram iugoðe, Hml. S. 6, 2. Fram mínre gugoðe a iuuentute mea, Ps. L. 70, 5. God scóp geoguðe and gumena dreám . . . Wintra rím gegǽð in þá geoguðe, Gú. 466-470. I a. youth as the season of strength :-- Bið geedniówad swé swé arn guguð (juuentus ) ðín, Ps. Srt. 102, 5. Gigoð, Rtl. 169, 39. Þǽr is geogoð búton ylde, Bl. H. 65, 17. Ongan eldo gebunden gomel gúðwiga geoguðe cwíðan, hilde strengo, B. 2112. I b. youth as a period of immaturity :-- Ðá ðe unmedome bióð tó ðǽre láre oððe for gioguðe oððe for unwísdóme, Past. 375, 19. Þá þe for geoguðe gyt ne mihton breóstnet werian, Exod. 235. Ic wæs on geoguðe, grame mé forhogedon adolescentior ego sum et contemtus, Ps. Th. 118, 141: El. 638. Ne forsió nán mon ðíne gioguðe (adolescentiam ), Past. 385, 30. II. youthful qualities or nature Geogoðe indolis (ut puer indolis librorum disceret artes, Ald. 166, 33), Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 70: 80, 68. Gioguðe indolem (pubertatis ), 85, 68. III. the young. 1. of persons Seó iuguð þe be þám wege wæs ácenned populus qui natus est in deserto, Jos. 5, 5. Sió geogoð (cf. geonge gúðrǽs fornam, 1533) árás, An. 1636. Þeós fægre geogað forwurðan sceall, Hml. S. 4, 311. Seó yld hí gebæd, and seó iuguð wrát, Hml. Th. ii. 506, 21. Sécan hwilc þǽre geogoðe gleáwost wǽre, Dan. 81. Wé lǽrað preóstas geoguðe geornlíce lǽran, Ll. Th. ii. 254, 25. Þá ealdan sceal earmlíce licgan æt hám hungre ácwolcne, and man sceal þá geoguðe geómorlíce lǽdan gehæft . . . of heora éðle, Wlfst. 295, 17. (1 a) of persons in a subordinate position :-- Ymbeóde ides Helminga duguðe and geogoðe dǽl ǽghwylcne, B. 621. (1 b) a person's young ones, children :-- Nóe mid bearnum under bord gestáh gleáw mid geogoðe (Noah went in, and his sons, and his sons' wives, Gen. 7, 7), Gen. 1370. Hé geogoðe strýnde, suna and dohtra, 1152. Hé þá geogoðe wile árum healdan . . . mid góde gyldan wille uncran eaferan, B. 1181. 2. of animals Sý ǽlcere geoguðe teóðung gelǽst be Pentecosten, Ll. Th. i. 262, 20: 306, 31: Wlfst. 116, 2. .i. lamb of geáres geogeðe, Ll. Th. i. 438, 23. .i. ticcen of geáres geogoðe, 28. 3. of plants Swá swá nýwlicra elebergena ł guogað elebeáma sicut nouelle oliuarum, Ps. L. 127, 3. v. cild-geoguþ, cniht-geoguþ, magu-geoguþ.
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