ge-streónfull
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ge-streónfull
Substitute: I. of things, (i) profitable, advantageous, v. ge-streón; I. Hí wilniaþ þá heafene þysse gestreónfullan wǽdle exigunt sumptum lucrosae egestatis, R. Ben. 136, 2. costly, precious. Cf. ge-streón ; IV a Mid gestreónfullum bíleofena fódan sumptuosa pabulorum alimonia, An. Ox. 1570. On gestreónfulre spédinesse sumptuosa opulentia, 3603. Gestreónfulle gewistfullunga sumptuosas opulentias, 1930. II. of persons, that has received much gain (?), highly favoured (?) His (our heavenly Father's) þá leófan and þá gestreónfullan bearn, Bl. H. 131, 27.
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