ge-reordan
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ge-reordan
Add:I. absolute, to take food for refreshment, take refreshment, eat, feast Hí sǽton híg gemǽnelíce gereordodan, Hml. S. 23, 243. Gehriordig epulare, Lk. 12, 19. Gif þá gebróþru on middæg gereorden, gereorde (ge-reordige, v. l. ) hé on nón si fratres reficiant sexta hora, ille frater nona, R. Ben. 49, 8. Tó middæges hí gereordian (reficiant), tó ǽfenne hí gereordian (cenent) . . . hí gereordian (prandeant), R. Ben. I. 73, 4-9. Þæt hig habbon him tó gereordienne ut habeant ad vescendum, Gen. I. 30. Æfter þám ætgædere gereordende, Hml. S. 23b, 115. II. with object, to refresh a person with food Óþerne þú gereordst alium reficis, Scint. 160, 8. Is hit cyn gé þone mid eówrum gástlicum lárum gereordian þe eów mid his woroldlicum gódum gereordað, Ll. Th. ii. 410, 27. Hu heó mihte þurh Godes láre hire sáwle gereordigan, Hml. Th. ii. 440, 19. Ic beó gereordod uescor, An. Ox. 56, 348. Gereordede saginantur, i. pascuntur, nutriuntur, 993. Ðonne hiera niéhstan ðurh hié beóð gereorde (reficiuntur) dæt hié selfe ne fæsten. Past. 137, 24. Hié nǽfre ne beóð gereorde mid gódum weorcum, 283, 12. II a. reflexive, to refresh oneself, take food :-- Hé gereordode hine æfter his ǽriste, Hml, Th. i. 296, 24. Hé gelóme æt heora húse hine gereorde, ii. 438, 19. Þénunge hé þider bróhte hí be dǽle hí gereordodon. Hml. S. 23, 240. Arís and gereorda þé (surge et comede panem, I Kings 21, 7), 18, 185. Gífernys bið þæt se man ǽr tíman hine gereordige, Hml. Th. ii. 218, 29. v. ǽfen-gereordian, un-gereordod.
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