ge-welgian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-welgian
AddGewelegade donat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 141, 72. Gewelegodum a predito, 2, 3. I. to become rich Ellenróf úp ástondeð, þrymme gewelgað (becomes enriched with glory, becomes glorious ), Pa. 41. II. to make rich. 1. of material wealth, a. the object a person, α. to bestow wealth on another Ðet ic geweolegie ut ditem (diligentes me ), Kent. Gl. 252. God ne hét ús gewelgian þá hæbbendan, Wlfst. 287, 24. β. to make oneself rich Gif hé beó gewelegod tó þám (gif hé geþeó , v. l. ) hé áge .v. hýda landes, Ll. Th. i. 188, 19: 186, 18. Ne bið geweolegad non ditabitur, Kent. Gl. 789. ðú sió geweolugad ut diteris, 861. γ. the subject the material wealth Þá welan þisses middangeardes nánne mon geweligian ne magon, Bt. 13; F. 38, 37. b. the object a thing Eorðan geweolgian terram locupletare, Ps. Srt. 64, 10. 2. of non-material wealth Þú us gewelegodest mid þínum tócyme, Bl. H. 89, 32. Ungeendedum edleáni[ende] forebeácnum wæs gewelgod infinitis remuneratore prodigiis donatur, An. Ox. 2551. Gewelgode prosperabantur, 3630. Þá sáwla þe beóð gewelgode mid góódum geearnuncgum, Ps. Th. 44, 13. Æt þám sácerdum ..., þá wǽron geweolgade (-welgode, v. l.) mid wundorlicre sóðfæstnesse and bilwitnesse a sacerdotibus mira veritate et simplicitate praeditis, Gr. D. 250, 6.
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