ge-witleás
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ge-witleás
AddGewitleása freneticus, i. demoniaticus, insanus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 51. I. out of one's mind, mad. v. ge-wit; V. Ic wénde heó gewitleás wǽre (cf. þú forlure þín gewitt, 311), Hml. S. 36, 352. Læg þǽr sum man on his móde gefangen mid ungewittignesse; þone swylcne seócne lǽcas nemniað gewitleásne quidam mente captus jacebat, quem medici phreneticum appellant, Gr. D. 247, 14. I a. of demoniacal possession :-- Þisne (cyricweard) inn Gewitleáse, deófolseóce inerguminos, i. amentes, An. Ox. 3057. II. foolish, senseless. Cf. ge-wit; II, VI. 1. of persons Gyf hwylc gewytleás man wénð hé hine sylfne geworhte, Hml. S. 1, 67. 2. of actions God wolde gewítnian ðá Niniuitiscan for heora gewitleásum dǽdum, Hml. S. 13, 274.
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