ge-sylhþ
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
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ge-sylhþ
a plough. Substitute: a team (of oxen) for a plough Ágife hé land þám híréde mid swá myclum swá se híréd him on hand sette; synd . xii. þeówe men, and .II. gesylhðe oxan, and .I. hund sceápa. Cht. Th. 435, 6. [Cf. Hé geann án sylhðe oxna, Cht. Crw. 23, 4. Here (unless ánre might be read for án?) sylhðe seems to be neuter (an iþja-stem, v. Kl. Nom. Stam. § 70), and to be similar in form and meaning to M. H. Ger. pfluogide a pair of plough-oxen : but gesylhðe above with plural in e seems to be feminine: oxan seems to be an instance of a gen. pl. in an instead of (e)na.]
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