ge-þicgan
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ge-þicgan
[The strong and weak forms may be taken under one head.] Add: to take and keep as one's own, receive Gyf hine mǽte hé hebbe gyldene beág, byð hé geþihð heálicne ealdordóm, Lch. iii. 170, 23. Hé landriht geþah he became entitled to the same rights as a native of the country in which he had settled, became naturalized, Exod. 354. II. to take food Lima wyrm friteð ... and þá wist geþygeð, Reim. 76. Þá blǽda ... þe ic (Adam) þé on teónan geþah the fruit that in contempt of thee I ate, Gen. 885. Þeós wyrt fremað gecnucud and on wíne geþiged, Lch. i. 210, 22: 282, 6. For mete geþiged taken as food, 300, 11. Se geþigeda mete, ii. 186, 21. Fornam Crístes godcundlice miht ðone geðigedan mete, Hml. Th. i. 296, 29. Hý tó mete geþigede ðone líchaman gestrangiað, Lch. i. 320, 19. Fram mettum mid gemete geþigdum, Lch. ii. 220, 26. II a. to take and drink from a cup :-- Cwén ful gesealde éðelwearde ... Hé on lust geþeah symbel and seleful (he ate and drank ), B. 618. Cf. ge-þeón to take.
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