ge-rýne
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ge-rýne
Add:I. what is kept from observation or knowledge, a secret, mystery Gerýna vel dígla sacramentum vel mysterium, Wrt. Voc. i. 47, 26. Dyrne gerýna abdita (secretorum) arcana (produntur), An. Ox. 4216. For foresmeá[gende] gerýna dígla ob indaganda secretorum archana, 1505. Ðys syndon þá hálgan gerýnu þe þá twégen wítegan gesáwon and gehýrdon, Nic. 19, 5: 11. 29. II. what is beyond mere human comprehension, a mystery. 1. of speech (prophecy, allegory, &c. ) Wé nestan ǽr hwæt se blinda wæs ; nú we magon ongytan hwæt gerýne tácnaþ, Bl. H. 17, 14. Gerýna oracula, An. Ox. 2535. 2. of actions, events, &c. Se Hǽlend his þegnum sǽde his þrowunga . . . hié ne mihton þá word ongeotan þæs heofonlican gerýnes. Bl. H. 17, 9. III. what is beyond ordinary knowledge, an obscure subject Wé tódǽlað þá dagas þæs geáres þurh seofon, and swá wé becumað tó þám andgite swá myceles gerénes (y is written over the second e), Angl. viii. 302, 39. Bissextus . . . wé wyllað nú ymbe his gerýnu smeágan, 305, 41. Iungum cnihtum geopenian hig óðrum gecýðon þe his geréna ne cunnon, 306, 17. IV. a mystic meaning (Felix) ealle þá ðeóde æfter þám gerýne (-um, v. l. ) his noman (iuxta sui nominis sacramentum) fram wónesse álýsde, Bd. 2, 15; Sch. 176, 22. V. in a theological sense, a religious rite, sacrament of the church On þǽre cyricean biþ sungen hálige gerýne, Bl. H. 77, 16. Þám gerýne onfón fullwihtes baþes, Bd. l, 27; Sch. 76, 6. Gerýne sacramento, i. mysterio (baptismatis), An. Ox. 2074. Gemǽnsumiende gerýnæ communicans sacramentum (Dominicum), 2141. Hé sealde hi[m] hálige gerýne Crístes líchaman and blódes, Hml. S. 30, 97. Clǽne girýne sacrificium, Rtl. 109, 21. Ðá gerýnu (-o, v. l.) þæs heofonlican cyninges sacra­menta caelestis regis, Bd. 2, 9 ; Sch. 143, 17 : Hml. S. 23 b, 112. Ge­rýnum sacramentis (missarum ), An. Ox. 2875. Gerýna sacramenta (catholicae fidei ), 3218. V a. the consecrated elements of the eucharist :-- Hé hi gesmyrode mid gehálgudum ele, and eác gehúslode mid þæs Hǽlendes gerýnum, Hml. S. 3, 80. v. ge-rýno, gerýnu.
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