ge-wegan
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ge-wegan
Add I. to bear, have a feeling, v. wegan; IV. 3 Hé wynne gewigeð, Reim. 76. II. to weigh. 1. to weigh in a balance, measure by weight In swá hwelce giwége giwegen gí bióðon eft giwegen bið iów in qua mensura mensi fueritis remetietur uobis, Mk. R. 4, 24. 2. to weigh, be of a certain weight man myclade ordálýsen hit gewege (gewǽge, v. l. ) þrý pund, Ll. Th. i. 224, 14. Drince on wætere betonican dustes ǽnne pening gewege, Lch. ii. 134, 26: 18, 4. Nime betonican wille þrý penegas gewegan, 150, 18. 3. of a weight, to be the equivalent in weight of a certain amount Genim betonican swilce swá .iii. penegas gewegen, Lch. ii. 52, 13. Swilce swá twégen penegas gewegen, 64, 17. Swilc swá þrý penegas gewegen, 7. [Goth. ga-wigans coagitatus: O. H. Ger. ge-wegan librare, ponderare, appendere; ge-wegan; pp. coagitatus.]
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