ge-tyngnes
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ge-tyngnes
Take here ge-tingnes in Dict., and add: I. skill in speaking, v. ge-tynge; I Getingnes eloquentia, peritia, Wrt. Voc. ii.143, 23. Getingnesse facundia, 34, 16. Meterlicere getincnesse gegódod metrica facundia (i. eloquentia) fretus, An. Ox. 125. Getincnesse urbanitate, i. disertitudine (verborum praeditus ), 2297. Hé ús selð micle getyngnesse and wlitige sprǽce ymb sóðfæsðnesse tó cýðanne nobis luce veritatis plena eloquia subministrat, Past. 369, 14. Hí eallra gereorda getingnesse hæfdon they had skill to speak in all tongues, Btwk. 214, 32. Þurh getingnesse per facundiam, Ll. Lbmn. 414, 12. II. elegance of speech, v. ge-tynge; I. 2 Mid þæslicere race getinnysse (getignysse, Hpt. Gl. 528, 4) eleganti prosę sententia (i. peritia ), An. Ox. 5403. III. skill, v. ge-tynge; I. 4 Getydde on bóclicum cræfte hig witon mid getingnysse heora módes rihtmeterfers sceal habban feówer and twéntig tíman, Angl. viii. 314, 10. For ðǽra bócra getingnyssum, 300, 3. III a. skilful words, wise sayings :-- Rǽde hé þæs eádigan weres getingnyssa, Bédan, Angl. 308, 12. IV. set speech. Cf. ge-tynge: I. 3 Getincnes oratio, An. Ox. 319.
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