ge-wunelíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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ge-wunelíce
Add:I. usually, generally. Cf. ge-wunelic; I. Man þá béc rǽt on circan swíðe gewunelíce, Ælfc. T. Grn. 9, 1. On eallum limum ac gewunelícost on þám handum, Hml. S. 1, 200. II. where a practice is made of doing something, as a matter of habit or custom Ðá seó tíd middæges tó becóm, þá oðstód[hé] . . . and hine gewunelíce gebæd, for þan þe hé gewunode on þám gesettum tídum . . . gebiddan, Hml. S. 23 b, 162. Hé beginð tó healdenne swylce gecyndelíce and gewunlíce (-wune, v. l.) velut naturaliter ex consuetudine incipiet custodire, R. Ben. 32, 1. Hí syððan gewunelíce þider sóhton afterwards they made a practice of visiting the place (but see Bl. H. 201, 12 under ge-wuna; I. 5), Hml. Th. i. 504, 6. II a. with constant practice, assiduously Ðá ðe giwunlíce God heriað qui assidue Deum laudant, Rtl. 113, 8. III. usually, in ordinary circumstances Syricas beteran þonne þá þe hý gewunelíce weriað tonice solito quas habent meliores, R. Ben. 91, 11: An. Ox. 2765. IV. in accordance with fixed custom, properly, regularly. v. ge-wunelic; V. Gewunelíce rite (et regulariter congruere ), An. Ox. 5145. v. un-gewunelíce.
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