ge-rinnan
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ge-rinnan
Add:I. of persons, to came together, congregate. Cf. Goth. ga-rinnan convenire, congregare Ealle weorðaþ Fæder ætsomne . . . and on heofonsetle heán gerinnað his sunu blíðe the Father honours all together . . . and in high heaven his sons assemble glad (the Latin is: Cunctos Deus honorat . . . collocat Altithrono laetosque in sede polorum, Dóm. L. 276. II. of material, to coagulate, condense (intrant. ), get mingled Gerunnen concretum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 105, 15, 34: concreta, i. commixta, conjuncta, coadunata, 136, 24. Gerunnenes refrigerati, Germ. 398, 143. II a. figurative :-- Onn
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