ge-síþ
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ge-síþ
Add: ge-síþe [?; pl. ge-síþþas (v. Gen. 2067 : 1908), a ja-stem with long root-syllable treated as if the syllable were short ? For the stem cf. Goth. ga-sinþjam, d. pl., O.Sax. te gisíðea (also te gisíða).] I. one who goes with another (v. síþ), a companion Swá swá hé wǽre gesið (comes) lícumlicre gegaderunge. Bd. 2, 9; Sch. 145, 9. I a. a comrade in arms :-- Stópon secgas and gesíðas, Jud. 201. II. an attendant (St. Martin) wæs betǽht tó þám gewinne mid ánum his þeówan þe his gesíðe (gesíða, v.l. ) wæs (cf. Ǽnne cniht hé hæfde tó his ðénungum forð, Hml. Th. ii. 500, 8), Hml. S. 31. 37. III. a follower, retainer of a great man, king, &c. Geneátum, gesíþum (printed -soþum) parasitis (cf. parasitis, ministris (= Ald. 53, 12), 83, 50), Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 62. Higelác þǽr æt hám wunade selfa mid gesíðum, B. 1924. Dióre gecépte drihten Créca Troia burh tilum gesíðum, Met. 26, 20. Gegrétte Beówulf hindeman siáe swǽse gesíðas, B. 2578. ¶ where the prince is not of this world :-- Þegnas heredon Fæder frumsceafta; hé him þæs, leófum gesíðum, leán æfter geaf, Cri. 453. (Lucifer) cwæð þæt hé mid his gesíðum wolde hýðan heofona ríce, Sal. 453. III a. a person of rank, one considerable from his connexion with a prince, from an official position :-- Wæs sumes gesíðes (comitis cuiusdam) tún nóht feor úrum mynstre, Bd. 5, 4; Sch. 567, 8. Gesíðas optimates, Wrt. Voc. ii. 115, 17. IV. a person in an official position: — Sisinnius se gesíð (comes Sisinnius, Aid. 67, 8), Shrn. 69, 32. Se hǽðna Ægypta gesíð, 84, 26. Gesiðas satrape, Wrt. Voc. ii. 95, 21. [O.H.Ger. ge-sint come s.] v. dryht-, eald-, folc-, samod-, weá-, wil-, wyn-gesíþ, and next two words.
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