ge-tenge
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ge-tenge
Take here ge-tænge in Dict., and add: I. of local relations, close against. 1. lying on or by, in contact with Eall líchoma eorþan getenge (cf. sume licgaþ mid eallon lichoman on eorþan, Bt. 41, 6; F. 254, 25) alia exiento sunt corpore, pulveremque verrunt, Met. 31, 7 þonne ic (a swan ) getenge ne beóm flóde and foldan, Rä. 8, 8. Ic (the furrow made by a ship) . . . ánum getenge líðendum wuda lice mine, ll, 4. Mec (an oyster ) ýða wrugon eorðan getenge, 76, 2: 7, 3. 2. where an object stands by another Þára óðrum (one of the buckets of a draw-well ) wæs án getenge wále, Rä. 53, 5. Treów wæs getenge, 57, 9. 3. where an object is placed at, or reaches to, a height Hægles scúr heofone getenge, Gen. 808. Wuldorgimm wloncum (wolcnum?) getenge, Rä. 81, 20. Beorc byð . . . heáh on helme . . . lyfte getenge (with its top close against the sky ), Rún. 18. Eorþan cyningas. . . on heáhsetlum hrófe getenge (cf. on þám héhstan heáhsetlum, Bt. 37, 1; F. 186, 2) quos vides sedere celsos solii culmine reges, Met. 25, 5. II. of the effects or operations of disease, distress, &c. , attacking, oppressing Gif men sý sogoþa getenge (-tænge, -tæncge, v. ll.), Lch. i. 196, 16. þonne hé bið mid ómum geswenced, þám men bið þurst getenge and nearones, ii. 194, 2: 13: 118, 10. Gif men unlust sié getenge, 150, 17: 152, 12. Him biþ his feorhádl getenge his last illness will have attacked him, 320, 20. For ðǽm þurste þe getenge wæs eallum mínum herige and þǽm nýtenum quadrupedalia et exercitus sitiebant, Nar. 8, 24. þé is swlíe micel unrótness getenge plurimus tibi qffectuum tumultus incubuit, Bt. 5, 1; F. 10, 24. Nis þé nán unáberendlic broc getenge nec tibi nimium tempestas incubuit, 10; F. 30, 5. þ ám werigan wearð wiacu getenge vengeance came upon him, Sat. 711. Swá fela áwyrigedra gásta wǽron ðǽm ǽnum men getenge (cf. intrauerunt daemonia multa in eum, Lk. 8, 30), Hml. Th. ii. 378, 30.
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