ge-synto
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ge-synto
Add:I. of physical soundness, 1. of persons Ic wéne hé wǽre biddende ðá upplican árfæstnesse mínra gesynta pro mea, ut reor, sospitate supernae pietati supplicans. Bd. 5, 6; Sch. 578, 23. 2. of things Hé þone tóbrocenan calic þǽre ǽrran gesynto eft ágeaf fractum calicem pristinae incolumitati restituit, Gr. D. 50, 2. II. of favourable condition Eála sé bið ofersǽlig sé þe mid gesyntum swylce cwyldas and wítu mæg wel forbúgon felix o nimium qui illas effugiet poenarum prospere clades, Dóm. L. 248. [O. H. Ger. ge*-*suntida sanitas, prosperitas.]
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