ge-tynge
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ge-tynge
Take here ge-tinge in Dict., and add: I. in a good sense Getinge dissertas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 28, 24. 1. of persons, skilful with the tongue, elegant in speech, eloquent, witty Getincge facetus i. facundus (poeta ), An. Ox. 13. Dumbra manna tungan beóð swíðe getinge aperta erit lingua mutorum (Isaiah 35, 6), Hml. Th. ii. 16, 19. Ne weorþeð on worulde ǽnig wordsnotera ne on wordum getingra þonne Antecríst wyrðeþ. Wlfst. 54, 21. Hé wæs se getingesta wer erat vir eloquentissimus. Gr. D. 180, 9. 2. of speech Getinge lepida (sermonum series ), Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 84: 52, 40. Þǽre getyngan lepida (libelli textum lepida urbanitatis facundia digestum, Ald. 80, 32), 88, 38: 50, 43. Mid getincgere urbana (verborum facundia fretus ), An. Ox. 1501. Getyngere urbano (libello ), 4, 88. Seó tunge þe ǽr hæfde getinge sprǽce, Wlfst. 148, 1. 3. in a technical sense, rhetorical; used substantively, a rhetorician Getincum (tingcum, Hpt. Gl. 460, 41) lárum rhetoricis disciplinis, An. Ox. 2304. Getincne rhetorice artis participem, 3357. Getincgum rhetoribus, 3096. ¶ in a list of the arts mechanica is glossed by getingce cræ[ft] which would be more appropriate as a gloss to rhetorica (v. ge-tynglic), An. Ox. 3122. 4. skilful, v. ge-tyngnes; III Þá forewittigan ł getincge glǽw[nesse] sagacissimam, i. peritissimam industriam (animi exercere ), An. Ox. 70. [II. in a bad sense, speaking much, talkative; linguosus. v. Dict.] v. un-getynge.
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