ge-sweorcan
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ge-sweorcan
Add:I. of physical darkness Bið úpheofon sweart and gesworcen tristius coelum tenebris obducitur atris, Dón. L. 105 : Wlfst. 137, 9. II. of dark passions, 1. sadness Ic geþencan ne mæg for hwan módsefa mín ne gesweorce, Wand. 59. 2. fear Wé férað gesworcene mid ege and mid fyrhðu, Verc. Forst. 147, 18. 3. anger Wearð gecýdd þám cyninge embe Iudan sige, and he geswearc on móde (when king Antiochius heard these things, he was full of indignation, I Mace. iii. 27), Hml. S. 25, 329. III. of mental darkness , to become unconscious, lose perceptive power (?) Ic geswearc swá swá dead from heortan excidi tamquam mortuus a corde, Ps. Vos. 30, 13.
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