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ge-scendan
AddÞá gescendan confusam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 24, 33. I. to disfigure, spoil, injure, mar, dejile, corrupt. 1. physical Ðeáh ðe ðæt gecynd ðæs carbuncules híne úp áhebbe, his blioh hine gescent quem naturalis ordo praelulerat, coloris qualitas foedat, Past. 411, 32. Gescendende [printed -scand-, Wrt. Voc. ii. 28, 55) deturpans (dira cutis callositas elephantino tabo deturpans, Aid. 49, 16), Wülck. Gl. 390, 40. Gif mon óðrum þá geweald forsleá uppe on þám sweoran, and forwundie tó þám swíðe hé náge þǽra geweald, and hwæðere lifie swá gescended (contumeliatus), Ll. Th. i. 100, 12. 2. non-physical Sió gesceádwísnes hié selfe gescind (-scent, v.l.) mid ðǽre ungemetgodan smeáunge actionis suae rectitudinem confundit, Past. 67, 8. Gescient (-scent, v.l.) hé ðá gódan weorc ðe hé ǽr on stillum móde ðurhteáh siqua a se tranquilla mente fuerant bene gesta confundit, 215, 16. Ðæt hé ðæt good ðǽre mildheortnesse ne ðyrfe gesciendan (-scendan, v.l. ) mid gídsunge, 341, 14. Ne ús ne gedafenað þæt wé úrne líchaman, ðe Gode is gehálgod . . . , mid unþæslicum plegan and higeleáste gescyndan, Hml. Th. i. 482, 10. Ne wilnige sé ná beón ðingere for óðerra scylde, sé ðe bið mid his ágenum gescinded (quem crimen depravat proprium), Past. 63, 21. Se láriów bið gescinded (-scend-, v.l.) mid ðǽre ofersprǽce rectorem loquacitas inquinat, 95, 21. II. to discomfit, defeat utterly Xersis wæs þá æt twám cirrum on ðǽm londe swá gescend (-scynd, v.l.) Xerxes, bis victus in terrä. Ors. 2, 5 ; S. 82, 6. Gescende prostrati, Wülck. Gl. 245, 23. III. to confound, abash, bring to shame God mundað þá stówe, and þá slihð and géscynt þe þǽr sceaðian willað, Hml. S. 25, 805. Ne ondrǽd ðú ðé, for ðǽm ðú ne weorðesð gescended (non confunderis), Past. 181. 10. Hé ongiet hine selfne ofercymenne and gesciendne (-scendne, v.l.) sine bravio remaneat, 229, 21. Ðá mód ðe Dryhtne ungeféru sint weorðað gesciende (-scended, v.l.) (damnabuntur ), 245, 24. On helle beóð symle gescynde ðá ðe hire tó cumað, Hml. Th. ii. 66, 23. III a. to confound in argument, confute :-- Oferstǽlþ, gescent confutat, i. confundit, convincit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 133, 45. Gescende confundit (Pharisaeos), Lk. p. 8, 10, On eallum ðisum geflitum wæs ðǽra deófla gefeoht swíðe stíðlic . . . oð þæt ðurh Godes dóm ðá wiðerwinnan wurdon gescynde, Hml. Th. ii. 340, 31. III b. to put to shame, make to appear despicable :-- Bið gescend, forhoged confunditur (non furva mergulae factura confunditur), An. Ox. 520. III c. to bring to act shamefully :-- Hwá bið gesciended (-scend-, v.l.) ðæt ic eác ðæs ne scamige quis scandalizatur, et ego non uror ?, Past. 101, 4. IV. to confound, confuse, disturb, throw into disorder His mód and his andgit ðæt gecynd áscirpð, and hé hit self gescient mid his ungewunan cujus sensum natura exacuit, sed conversations pravitas confundit, Past. 69, 9. Ðý lǽs his sprǽc gescynde (-scende, v.l.) ðá ánmódnesse ðára ðe ðǽrtó hlystað ne ejus eloquio audientium unitas confundatur, 93, 25. Sió tunge bið gescinded (confunditur ) on ðám láriówdóme, ðonne hió óðer lærð, óðer hió liornode, 27, ll. V. to blame, rebuke Se earma úpáhafena sié mid his wordum geðreátod and gescended, ðonne hé ongiet ðæt hine ne magon his iermða geðreátigean and geeáðmédan tanto districtius in paupere elationem feriat, quanto eam nec illata paupertas inclinat. Past. 183, 14. [O.H.Ger. ge-scenten infamare, confundere.] v. un-gescended.
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