ge-ríp
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ge-ríp
Add:I. harvest, gathering of grain. Sic. Fela landa wuniað gyt on hǽðenscipe and úres Hǽlendes geríp mænigfeald is on mancynne, Hml. S. 29, 128. Æfter heora gerípe (printed gerepe, Lch. iii. 252, 23) gǽð seó eá upp, and oferflét eal þæt Egyptisce land, Scrd. 27, l. II. what is reaped, corn Hé lǽdde hám tó his byrene ásnidene gertp (messem ) þe hé ǽr mid his handa geseów, Gr. D. 290, 20. Heora æceras ǽr wǽron áþroxene ǽr ǽnig ryftere geríp (the MS has the accent) gaderode, Hml. S. 31, 1218. Ic sende iów girip (giripa? the Latin is metere) te gé ne wunnun, Jn. R. 4, 38. See next word.
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