ge-rihtan
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ge-rihtan
. Add:I. to right, set in order, make clear Gerihte elimavit (itinerarium Petri decem voluminibus digestum luce clarius elimavit, Aid. 27, 21. Cf. elimavit, interpretavit (haec Gregorius per allegoriam luce clarius elimavit. Aid. 13, 31), 76, 82), Wrt. Voc. ii. 29, 26. Geriæahte (gerihte ?, gereahte (? cf. An. Ox. 2026 where the gloss is elimauit, manifestauit sé gerehte)), 78, 64. Béda betwyx þám óðrum þingum þe hé beorhtlíce gedihte þás þing hé tó gerihte, and mid leódlicum metre be þám mónðum þus giddode, Angl. viii. 301, 34. II. to direct. 1. to address words to a person Ðone cwide Paulus geryhte tó biscepum, Past. 105, 8. 2. to keep in right order, regulate the actions of Girihte (dirigere) and gihálga and gihalda heorta and lícoma úsra, Rtl. 171, 3. Béda cwæð lan. and October wǽron mid twám bendum gerihte, ys hig habbað twá rihtinga, Angl. viii. 301, 48. 3. to cause to move straight to a point (lit. or fig. ) Girihte mec in sáðfæstnisse dine, Rtl. 167, 23. 4. to regulate the course of, guide, instruct Hié eówra sáwla má forhwerfdon þonne hié gerihton, Ll. Th. i. 56, 18. Geriht (dirige ) mínne weg (se weg ys mín weorc), Ps. Th. 5, 8. Ǽfter þám þe hé sylf geriht wearð, Lch. iii. 440, 1. Ðas béc hé sceal néde habban, gif hé wyle þám folce æfter rihte wísigan, . . . and beó hé æt þám wær hí beón wel gerihte, Ll. Th. ii. 350, 18. 5. to order to be given, assign Wíse worldwitan Críste and cyninge gerihtan þá bóte, Ll. Th. i. 348, 15. III. to correct. 1. a person, a. to reform, amend Ðonne ic man geryhtan ne mæg and hine gelǽran quos corrigere nequeo, Past. 153, 11. Ða suelcan wé magon ealra betest geryhtan mid ðý ðæt wé hié forbúgen quos melius corrigimus, si declinamus, 293, 22. Gif hé þurh ðá swingella ne bið geriht si nec correxit opera sua, R. Ben. 52, 8. (2 α) used intransitively for reflexive :-- Gif hé þurh þreále nele gerihtan, R. Ben. 126, 5. b. to rebuke Mi ðý gerihte (-rihðe, L. ) cum corriperetur, Lk. R. 3, 19. 2. error, a. a mistake, a scribal error Ic bidde, gif hwá þás bóc áwrítan wylle, þæt hé hig gerihte wel be þǽre bysne; . . . mycel yfel déð se unwrítere, gif hé nele hys wóh gerihtan, Ælfc. T. Grn. 24, 30-34 : 21, 40 : Hml. Th. i. 8, 11: Hml. S. p. 6, 75. Girihte emendare, Mt. p. 2, 12. Geboetat ł girihtad emendata, 15. Girihtæ emenda, 1. b. an erroneous practice Besmeáge hé his heorde, for þon þǽr synd sume wísan tó gerihtenne and tó gebétenne, Hml. S. 23 b, 634. [O. H. Ger. ge-rihten ordinare, dirigere, apponere, corrigere.] v. un-geriht.
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