ge-reord
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ge-reord
speech. Add: [The word seems feminine in Bd. l, 23; Sch. 49, 8.] I. voice, language, speech, words Ne mage wé áwrítan ealle his wundra on ðisum scortan cwyde mid cúðum gereorde, Hml. Th. ii. 514, 30. Word mín onfóh . . . ; ongit míne clypunga cúðum gereorde verba mea percipe; intellige clamorem meum, Ps. Ben. 5, 1. I a. the voice of a trumpet, notes of a horn :-- On gehreorde ł on stefne béman in voce tubae, Ps. L. 46, 6. Þonne ic (a horn) winde sceal swelgan of sumes bósme, hwílum ic gereordum rincas laðige tó wíne, hwilum sceat stefne mínre flýman feóndsceaðan when I must swallow wind from somebody's lungs, sometimes with my notes I summon men to the feast, sometimes with my voice I put foes to flight, Rä. 15, 16. II. a language, tongue Þurh gereord (Hebrew) þe ǽrest Cóm on middanearde, Angl. vii. 40, 387. Þá eallreordau þeóde, þára ðe hí furðon þá gereorde (furðum gereord, v. l.) ne cúðan barbaram gentem, cuius ne linguam quidem nossent, Bd. l, 23; Sch. 49, 8. In Englisc gereorde (on Englisce reorde, v. l. ), 4, 24; Sch. 481, 12. Heora ǽlc oncneów his ágen gereord, Hml. Th. i. 314, 15. Wǽron swá fela gereord swá ðǽr manna wǽron, 22, 23 : 318, 22: ii. 582, 5 : Angl. vii. 40, 382. On þám dæge wurdon tðdǽlede manna gereordu; and ǽr wæs eall weoruld sprecende on án gereord, and nú synd gereord twá and hundseofontig, Wlfst. 211, 17-20. Swá micel ungewiss on þeóda gereordum, Ors. 3, 9 ; S. 136, 26. Hí cúðon ealle woruldlice gereord, Hml. Th. i. 298, 7: ii. 202, 20: Ll. Th. ii. 370, 27. v. Læden-gereord, scop-gereord.
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