ge-uferian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-uferian
Add:I. to elevate, exalt. 1. of local relations Heálicum bígelsum geufered celsis fornicibus sublimatus, An. Ox. 513. 2. of sound, to raise the voice Se stunta on hlehtre his stefne geuferað stultus in risu exaltat vocem suam, R. Ben. 30, 10. 3. of rank, position God hí (Mary ) ofer engla weredum geufrode, Hml. Th. i. 440, 10. Þone (Haman) geuferode (exaltavit ) se cyning ofer ealle his þegnas, Hml. A. 96, 128: 101, 325. Mardochéus micclum wæs gewurðod and swíðe geuferod sublimitas qua exaltavit Mardochaeum scripta est, 321. Geufered fretus (sceptris imperialibus ), An. Ox. 398. Geuferod, 1470. (3 a) used of a place :-- Gesundfullum gesǽlinessum geoffred (u is written over o) (Syracusae) prosperis successibus sublimatur, An. Ox. 3996. 4. of moral excellence On heálicere héhnysse geufere[de] edito (virginitatis) fastigio sublimati, An. Ox. 931. II. to put off, defer Oft ðá ðwyran déman for heora gítsungae þone dóm geuferiað and ne geendiað ná þá spǽce ǽr heora seód bið áfylled, Ll. Lbmn. 475, 41. Wæs þæs cnihtes deáð twá niht geuferod ofer per biduum mors eius dilata est, Gr. D. 301, 2. Gif wé fæstað and underngereord tó þám ǽfengifle healdað, þonne ne biþ nán fæsten, ac bið seó metetíd geuferad and bið ǽfengyfel getwifealdad, Ll. Th. ii. 436, 30. [O. H. Ger. ge-obarón differre.] Cf. ge-yferian.
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