gewrixlian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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gewrixlian
Substitute: I. to change. Cf. ge-wrixl; I. 1. to alter the character of Ðǽm ána ðá ðóht geségon geuixla gémendum his tantum quae sensum videbantur mutare correctis, Mt. p. 2, 17. 2. to transfer the possession of Nis ná álýfed þæs mynstres hláford sylle þǽre cyrcean land tó óþre cyrcean; gif hé þonne hwylc land wylle gewrixlian (commutare ), dó hé mid geþeahte bégra þǽra híréda, Ll. Th. ii. 236, 17. II. where there is exchange in the form of requital for what is done. Cf. gewrixl; II, II a. 1. to give in requital Hé forgeaf éce dreámas, bið him heofonríce ágiefen; swá sceal gewrixled þám þe wel heóldon Meotudes willan, Cri. 1261. 2. to get in requital Ne hé ne giéme hwelce hylde hé mid ðǽre ælmessan gewriexle (-wrixle, v. l.) ne impensae gratiae vicissitudinem requirant, Past. 323, 18. Fýnd ongeáton þæt hié hæfdon gewrixled wíta unrím þurh heora miclan mód, Gen. 335.
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