ge-scot
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ge-scot
Take here ge-sceot in Dict., and add: I. a weapon shot or hurled, an arrow, a dart, spear, javelin Gesceot cateia, i. telum, Wrt. Voc. i. 34, 30. Ánes cynnes gesceot clava vel cateia vel teutona, 35, 44. Gif hit wǽre ésa gescot oððe ylfa gescot oððe hægtessan gescot, nú ic wille ðín helpan. Þis ðé tó bóte ésa gescotes, Lch. iii. 54, 9-15. Gescotum calamis, sagittis, Germ. 392, 52. Ðá díglan gescotu (jacula) ðæs sweocolan feóndes, Past. 431, 5: Ps. Vos. 54, 22. I a. collective, missile weapons :-- Gesceot pila, Wrt. Voc. i. 35, 45. Swá hié on híran stede gestondað, swá him máre gescot and má flána hiera feónda tó cymð (eo crebrioribus sagittis insidiatoris impetuntur). Past. 407, 23. II. a shot, shooting or hurling of a missile Mid ídelum gescotum iactibus uacuis, An. Ox. 49, 2. Þá þóhton hié hié sceoldan ǽrest of þǽm muntum hié gebígan mid hiora flána gescotum, Ors. 6, 36; S. 294, 23. Ge mid scotum (gesceotum, v.l.), ge mid stána torfungum, ge mid eallum heora wígcræftum, 3, 9; S. 134, 15. II a. rapid movement of a missile, flight of an arrow :-- Þá wǽmna flugon mid swiftum gesceote on heora fínd, Jud. Thw. 162, 8. III. a part of a building shut off from the rest, chancel Gesceot cancella, Wrt. Voc. ii. 128, 8. Ðá stód his franca binnan þám gesceote, Hml. S. 3, 267. Heó þæt gesceot hrepode, Hml. Th. ii. 32, 28. IV. a shot, scot, contribution Gif hwylc monn þone ándagan oferhebbe æt his gescote, béte be twifealdum, Cht. Th. 614, 23. [O.H.Ger. ge-scoz missile, jaculum: Ger. ge-schoss.] v. fleax-gescot, leóht-gescot, mealt-gescot, melo-gescot, sáwel-gescot, weax-gescot.
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