ge-warenian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-warenian
Take here ge-warnian, ge-wearnian in Dict., and add: I. to warn a person, put on guard Críst gewarnode his apostolas þysum wordum: 'Vigilate ..., ' Hml. A. 49, 4. Hét hé áwritan hú hine gewarnode Mardocheus, 95, 125. hé sí gewarnod fram him ut videatur ab ipso, R. Ben. I. 76, 7. Ðurh þæt wyrð mǽst manna beswicen þe hý ne beóð swá wel gewarnode ǽr swá hý beðorfton. Lá! hwæt is se man on lífe búton ... hé ǽr gewarnod þe bet sý, þæt hé þonne ðurh deófol beswicen ne wyrðe, Wlfst, 101, 16-21. I a. to warn a person against something :-- Folc wið synna gewarnian, Ll. Th. ii. 326, 42. II. used reflexively, to be on one's guard, take heed Hí swícað þám preóste búton hé hine gewarnige, Angl. viii. 333, 2. Ic eów warnige ... gé eów gewarnion, and geornlíce gýmon hwǽr se móna beó, 329, 20. II a. to be on one's guard against something :-- Ǽlc gleáw mód hit gewarenaþ wiþ heora þreáunga, Bt. 7, 2; F. 18, 24. Hé on ðæt lond faran wolde. Ac hié þá landleóde wið gewarnedon, and him mid firde angeán fóran, Ors. 3, 7; S. 116, 21. III. to ward off something Fultum tó gewearnienne and tó wiðscúfanne swá réþre hergunge praesidium ad euitandas uel repellendas tam feras inruptiones, Bd. 1, 14; Sch. 39, 18.
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