ge-wǽde
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ge-wǽde
Add:I. what is worn by a person. 1. in a collective sense, clothing, raiment, clothes Gewoedo his huít swíðe gesceán uestitus eius albas refulgens, Lk. L. 9, 29. Of gewédo huæt gémende aro gé de uestimento quid sollicti estis?, Mt. L. 6, 28. Giwéde uestimenta, Lk. R. 23, 34. 2. a garment te fasne gewoede his (fæse giwédum his, R.) gehrinon ut fimbriam uestimenti eius tangerent, Mk. L. 6, 56. On gewedo ald in uestimentum uetus, Lk. L. 5, 36. Giwedu his hwítu gescionum, Lk. R. 9, 29. Wé lǽrað man geswíce higeleásra gewǽda, Ll. Th. ii. 248, 15. Hí gegearwadon hine mid gewoedum (-wédum, R.) his, Mk. L. 15, 20: Lk. L. 7, 25. Gewóedo uestimenta, 23, 34. (2 a) the garment of a soldier, cf. gúþ-gewǽde :-- Uil mec (a coat of mail ) hátan mith hęliðum hyhtlic giuǽde, Txts. 151, 12. Dǽldon þá cwelleras þǽra martyra wǽpna and gewǽda ... heora gehwilc hæfde þæs mannes gewǽda þe hé ácwealde, Hml. S. 28, 83-86. (2 b) used of grave-clothes :-- Þá gewǽda þe heó bewunden wæs mid (cf. ealle þá scýtan (linteamina) þe se líchama mid bewunden wæs, Bd. 4, 19; Sch. 449, 8), Hml. S. 20, 94. (2 c) figurative :-- Ðás gewǽdu áwrát se apostol ... 'Ymbscrýdað eów mid mildheortnysse ... and mid geðylde,' Hml. Th. i. 60 b, 12. II. the sails of a ship. v. ge-wǽdian; III: wǽde, II. Of þám scipe wǽron þá næglas forlorene and þá gewǽdu wǽron út on þá ýþa áworpene ex navi clavi perditi, vela in undis projecta, Gr. D. 248, 24. v. breóst-gewǽde, cyne-gewǽde, eorl-gewǽde, fót-gewǽde, gúþ-gewǽde, heáfod-gewǽde, hrægel-gewǽde, wægn-gewǽde, winter-gewǽde.
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