geþing-sceat
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geþing-sceat
Substitute: Money paid to a person in order that terms may be granted by him, price paid for favourable terms 'Hé ne sealde Gode nánne métsceat for his sáule, ne nǽnne geðingsceat wið his miltse.' Ðæt is se médsceat wið his sáule 'non dabit Deo propitiationem suam, nec pretium redemtionis animae suae.' Pretium redemtionis dare est, Past. 339, 10.
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