ge-restan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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ge-restan
Add: ge-ræstan. I. intrans. 1. to repose on a couch, lie down Ic neapiu and gerestu obdormiam et requiescam, Ps. Srt. 4, 9. Se ðe gehrestað qui recumbit, Lk. L. 22, 27. Mom'ge synnfulle gereston (-ræston, L. , discumbebant), Mk. R. 2, 15. Geræstun, Mt. L. 9, 10. p he ne mæge þonne hé cymeþ to his wife hyre mid gerestan, Lch. i. 364, 3. (l a) to rest in the grave, lie buried :-- Marcus geresteð Alexandrea, Rtl. 195, 33; 196, 9, and often. Gerestes, 196. 13. Lucas gereste in þǽr byrig Lucas requievit Bochtia, 196, l, and often. (l b) of animals, to lie on the ground :-- Ic scíp míno giresta dóm ego oves meas accubare faciam, Rtl. 10, 3. 2. to desist or refrain from exertion Ic fligu and gerestu, Ps. Srt. 54, 7- (2 a) of things, to cease, not be active :-- Gerestað conqviescunt (jtvrgia), Kent. Gl. 997. 3. to be at ease, remain undisturbed, dwell Hwelc eardað in selegescote ðínurn, oððe hwelc geresteð in munte ðínum ?, Ps. Srt, 14, Monige cymas and gehrestas (wuniað, W. S. ) mið Abraham in ric heofna, Mt. L. 8, ii. Hierusalem . . . in þé sáwle sóðfæstra simle gerestað, Cri. 53. Flégende heofnes girestun (gehræston, L. ) on telgum his, Lk. 13, 19. On sibbe gerestian he gewunad, Scint. II, 19. 4. of position, to rest on Þa se gást gereste on him, hig witegodon, Num. ii. 25. 5. to lie or lean upon, support oneself on Ðe ofer brést Drihtnes geræste, Mt. p. 8, 17. Gireste (giræsti, L.), Jn. R. 21, 20. 6. to remain confident Flesc mín geresteð in hyhte, Vs. Srt. 15", 9. II. reflexive, to rest oneself. 1. to repose in sleep Gedó þæt ic m te slápan and me gerestan, Ps. Th. 4, 9. (l a) of the sleep of death, to die, fall on sleep :< — Her lohs hine gereste in Effesia (cf. he John eode cucu and gesund into his byrgene, Hml. Th. i. 74, 25, Chr. 100; P. 9, 13. 2. to refresh by resting Gán wé sécan úre gesthús we magon ús gerestan. Ap. Th. 18, 16. 3. where labour is desisted or refrained from Oðer. resten-dæg . . . is þæt éce líf, . . . on þám wé us gerestað écelíce, Hml, Th. ii. 208, 6. He hine gereste on þone seofoðan dæg. Ll. Th. i. 44, 13. (33) to desist from exertion, labour, &c. (gen.) :-- Hié heora gefeohta hie gerestan, þéh hié þæs hungres and þæs moncwealmes ne mehte cessatum est a praeliis, cessatum tamen a mortibus non est, Ors. 2, 4; S. 70, 9. 4. to be at ease, remain quiet, dwell, lodge Hwá eardað on þínum temple, odðe hwá mot hine gerestan on þǽm hálgan munte 1, Ps. Th. 14, l. ' Hǽt him findan hwár hé hine mæge wurðlícost gerestan (where he may lodge most honourably), ' . . . Apollonius onféng þáre wununge ðe hym betǽht wæs. Ap. Th. 18, 22-25. (4a) adverbial complement :-- Ðonne gerest ðæt mod hit orsorglice on ðǽre fortruwunga mens in sui mnfidentia secura requiescit, Past. 463, 10. III. trans. 1. to give rest to a person, cause to cease or refrain from work Gerested feriatus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 108, 41. Geresteð, 33 56- Gerestad feriatus, pausatus, quietus, 148, 3. 2. to lodge. Cf. II. 4 Gyf man méte hé weorðlíce gerestod sló, gód byð. Lch. iii. 174, 32. [O. H. Ger. ge-resten requiescere, cessare, paitsare.]
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