ge-untrumian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-untrumian
Add:I. trans. To weaken Hwá bið geuntrumod ðæt ic ne sié eác geuntrumod quis infirmatur, et ego non infirmor?, Past. 101, 3. Ic hopige tó Drihtne, and ic ne weorðe geuntrumod, Ps. Th. 25, 1. Geuntrumod wæs mín mægen, 30, 12. I a. of bodily weakness, ill-health :--- Gif hyra hwylc geuntrumad biþ þæt hé ciricean gegán ne mæge, R. Ben. 140, 19. Wearð hé geuntrumod and gewát tó heofenan ríce, Hml. Th. ii. 348, 4. Yfele geuntrumed and orwéna lífes, Hml. S. 3, 300. Geuntrumed þurh þá mycclan fótádle, 5. 136. II. intrans. To become weak Míne eágan ádlodon ł geuntrumedon oculi mei languerunt, Ps. L. 87, 10.
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