ge-yflian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-yflian
Add:I. to injure (physically) Sé þe man ofslehð binnan ciricderum, sylle þǽre cirican .cxx. sciłł. . . . Sé þe cwicne on þǽre mundbyrde geyfelige (he who in a church injures a man without killing him ), sylle .xxx. sciłł., Ll. Th. i. 332, ll. II. used impersonally, 1. with dat. of person who falls sick Him geyfelode þǽr hé mid þám cynge sæt he was taken ill while sitting with the king , Chr. 1053 ; P. 185, 13 : 1086; P. 218, 37. 2. with acc. of person Nam hé his feorme on Wuldahám, and on þám óðran wolde, ac hine geyflade (sed infirmatits est), Cht. Th. 272, 29 (the Latin version is 275, 9).
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