ge-rídan
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ge-rídan
Add:I. to ride with others Nú ic þǽr mi men sende (cf. nonne eres viros misimus in medium ignis ?, Dan. 3, 24) tó síðe, nales me sylfa gerád, Az. 175. Gif þonne nelle hwá ge[rí]dan (rídan, tó rídan, v. ll. ) mid his geférum, Ll. Lbmn. 160, 16. II. to traverse by riding, ride over, ride along the boundaries of land Ða ic sylf gerád, C. D. v. 331, 1. Ðus se preóst hit gerád and se geneát mid hine (cf. hé héht his geneát rídan mid preóste, and hé hine ðá gelǽdde ealle ðá gemǽru, 140, 30), 141, 24. Heó ealle þá þá landgemǽre geridan, eal swá heó man on fruman þám bisceope lǽdde, iv. 235, 3. III. to obtain by riding, ride and get, take possession of Ðá gerád Æðelwald þone hám æt Winburnan bútan ðæs cyninges leáfe . . . and hæfde ealle ðá geatu forworht, Chr. 901; P. 92, 3. Ill a. to handa geridan to bring into a persons power or possession :-- Ic wille ðat man it geride me to hande, C. D. iv. 222, 6. Hi sǽdon þám kinge hé hæfde swýde ágylt wið Críst hé ǽfre sceolde niman ǽnig þing of xpes cyre . . . , sǽdon þám kinge embe Sandwíc hit wæs him to handa geriden . . . Se king . . . swór hit nǽfre næs ná his rǽd ná his dǽd man sceolde Sandwíc dón fit of ipes cyrð, 57, 9-17.
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