ge-sǽlþ
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ge-sǽlþ
Add: ge-sǽlþu, ge-sǽlþo. I. a hap, fortune, an event Of gesundfullum gesǽlþum secundis, i. prosperis successibus, i. fortunis, An. Ox. 3633. II. happiness, good fortune, a. favourable condition Micel gesǽlð bið þé, þæt ðú on ðínre gesǽlðe ne forfare, Th. ii. 392, 33. Ðonne hié gesióð ðára óðerra gesǽlðo (-a, v. l.) eáciende dum augmenta auenae prosperitatis aspiciunt, Past. 230, 19. Sume bióð tó ungemetlíce blíðe for sumum gesǽlðum, 455, 8. III. happiness, blessedness. Cf. ge-sǽlig; III Hæfde God þæs mannes sáwle gegódod. . .mid undeádlicnysse and mid gesǽlðe... wé forluron þá gesǽlðe úre sáwle, Hml. Th. i. 20, 1-3. III a. the happiness of heaven :-- On Crístes ríce is éce gesǽlð and eádignys, Hml. Th. i. 460, 18. Englas on gesǽlðe libbende, Ælfc. T. Grn. 2, 26. Gif hié geðenceað ðára gesǽlða ðe him ungeendode becuman sculon si attendatur felicitas, quae sine transitu attingitur, Past. 407, 30. v. un-sǽlþ, weorold-sǽlþ, ge-sǽlþ.
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