ge-scrífan
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ge-scrífan
Add:I. to decree, appoint something to a person. 1. of the dealings of Providence (St. Andrew) Marmedonia mǽgðe hæfde gesóhte . . . þám hé (the MS. has hé) (the Deity] him fóre gescráf (cf. þú scealt þá fóre geféran, 216) he had reached the tribe of Mermedonians . . . to them the Lord had appointed him a journey, An. 848. Gewát hé féran, swá him Scyppend wera gescrifen hæfde, 788. ' 2. of the orders of secular or ecclesiastical law Symble se man þám óðrum byrigean gesette, and þám riht áwyrce þe tó hiom Cantwara déman gescrífen, Ll. Th. i. 30, 14. II. to order, bind a person to do or suffer something, compel, subject Ne þearf man ná fæsten fram Eástran oð Pentecosten, búton hwá gescrifen sig, oþþe hé elles fæsten wylie, Ll. Th. i. 368, 28. Gescriuene, geþrǽste, geþreáde addicti (uiolentis naturae legibus addicti, Aid. 20, 30), An. Ox. 1452. III. to shrive a person Eów gebyrað gé beón gescrifene on ðissere wucan, oððe húru on ðǽre óðre, Hml. S. 12,
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