ge-weaxan
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ge-weaxan
Add:I. to grow, be produced. 1. of animals or plants Eall se dǽl sé þe þæs treówes on twelf mónþum geweaxeþ (-wexð, v. l. ), Bt. 34, 10; F. 150, 1. Swá hwá swá gebyrgde þæs on þám beáme geweóx, Gen. 483: Rä. 78, 6. Ealles ðæs ðe him on heora ceápe geweaxe (cf. ealra þínra wæsma, Deut. 14, 22), Ll. Th. ii. 432, 29. Wearð hrædlíce micel mennisc geweaxen, Hml. Th. i. 20, 21. Alle ðá ðe gewæxen sint mé omnia quae nata sunt mihi, Lk. L. 12, 42. 2. of other things, a. material Wolceno blóstme giwéxon nubes rore concrescunt, Rtl. 81, 24. b. non-material Ne gewexþ (-wyxþ, v. l.) him nán weorþscipe on þæm no honour accrues to them in that, Bt. 35, 4; F. 162, 28. Hyt gelimpeð ǽfre binnan feówer geára fæce án dæg and án niht gewixst, Angl. viii. 306, 12. Ungemetlic cele geweóx on þone ǽfen frigus ingens uespertino accrescebat tempore, Nar. 23, 11. Micil in úrum bócum dwola gewæxe magnus in nostris codicibus error inolevit, Mt. p. 3, 4. II. of growth in animals or plants, to grow, grow up Cirus, mid ðon þe hé geweóx Cyrus, mox ut adolevit, Ors. 1, 12; S. 52, 17. Se cnæht gewóx puer crescebat, Lk. L. R. 1, 80. Ne geweóx hé him tó willan, B. 1711. Mið ðý gewóx cum crevisset herba, Mt. L. 13, 26. Gewóx ł gewæxe creverit, 32. Se beám geweóx heáh tó heofenum, Dan. 563. Beó weodewe oð þæt mín sunu geweaxe (crescat ), Gen. 38, 11. Him (a tree ) on æðele bið þæt hit on holte hýhst geweaxe, Met. 13, 52. Gewæxe crescere, Mt. L. 13, 30: Mk. p. 3, 5. Geweaxen adultus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 90, 39: 3, 21: 6, 29. Hé lǽtt hí (children ) habban ágenne cyre, þonne hí geweaxene beóð, Hml. Th. i. 20, 19. III. to grow, increase, wax Seó geogoð geweóx, magodriht micel, B. 66. te gemonigfaldade ł gewóxe him quod abundabat illis, Mk. L. 12, 44. IV. to prosper, flourish, make progress, grow in grace, &c. Se Hǽlend gewóx mið snytro Iesus proficiebat sapientia, Lk. L. R. 2, 52. Gedoefenlic is te gewóx (crescere ), Jn. p. 4, 1. Fore gewóxun proficiunt, Mt. p. 9, 18. Tó uæstm giuæxe sáula ad fructum proficiat animorum, Rtl. 9, 9. Nóht geuæxe ł/ geðii (proficiet ) se fiónd in ðǽm, 179, 5. Gúð sceal in eorle geweaxan, and wíf geþeón mid hyre leódum, Gn. Ex. 85. Heofenlicere cystinesse dugeþgyfe gewexen cnæplingc supernae liberalitatis munificentia mactus puer, An. Ox. 2578. IV a. to flourish for a person, be advantageous to :-- Suá huæt from mé ðé gewæxe (giwexe, R.) quodcumque ex me tibi profuerit, Mk. L. 7, 11. [O. H. Ger. ge-wahsan crescere, adolere, exolere.] v. eft-geweaxen, in-geweaxen, un-geweaxen.
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