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Add: n. 1. pride, arrogance, vainglory Fastus, elatio vel geþungennes vel gelp vel arrogantia , Wrt. Voc. ii. 146, 41. mycele gylp and seó unrihtgítsung . . . iss Hí flugon forhtigende . . . gylp wearð gnornra, Exod. 454. Hié gylp beswác, wíndruncen gewit, Dan. 752. Þý lǽs him gilp scedðe, oððe fore þǽre mǽrðe mód ástíge, Crä. 100: Cri. 684. Gylpes ostenta-tionis (indicium ), Wrt. Voc. ii. 87, 22 : 64, 38. Gilpes arrogantiae . 2, 9. Tóþundenes gylpes tumentis iactantię , An. Ox. 5374. Gesticced mid ðǽre scylde gielpes (gilpes, v. l.) arrogantiae culpa tratisfixus , Past. 217, 6. Hé monna cynne gielpes stýreð, Crä. 105. Hé in gylpe wæs, Dan. 636. Se áwiergda gǽst hit lǽrð ðone gielp, Past. 463, 30. Hé ágeát gylp wera, Exod. 514. Gylp forbégan, An. 1335. Hæfdon hié gielp micel, Gen. 25. Hé on gylp ástág he became proud , Met. 9, 46. Gyddigan þurh gylp micel, Dan. 599 : 695. (v. ídel; III.) 2. action that shows pride, ostentation Ne sylþ hé hit ús tó þon wé hit hýdon oþþe tó gylpe syllan, Bl. H. 53, 17. Nó þæt þín aldor ǽfre wolde Godes goldfatu in gylp beran, ne þý hraðor hrémde, Dan. 755. Þaelig;t hé ne ágǽle gǽstes þearfe ne on gylp geóte, Cri. 818. 3. where pride finds expression in words, boasting Hwǽr beóþ þá ungemetlican hleahtras and se leása gylp and ealle þá ídlan word, Bl. H. 53, 18. Ic gehýre ealogálra gylp, yfele sprǽce werod habban, Gen. 2408. Ic com on móde from, þæt ic wið þone gúðflogan gylp ofersitte, B. 2528. (3 a) a par-ticular instance of boasting, a boast, vaunt, promise to do great things :-- Ic wát hwæt se Rómána gelp swíþost is, for þon þe hió monega folc oferwunnan, and monege cyningas beforan hiera triumphan drifon, Ors. 5, l; S. 214, l. ' Þú (Babylon ) eart mín seó mǽre burh þe ic geworhte . . . ' For þám gylpe hé forfangen wearð, Dan. 613. Hæfde hé Eást-denum gilp gelǽsted, B. 829. Þá hleahtras and þá árleásan gylpas, Bl. H. 195, 16. 4. glory, applause, fame, name, renown Hwæt rúmedlices oððe micellices hæfþ se eówer gilp quid habet amplum magnificumque gloria? . Bt. 18, l ; F. 62, 22 : 19; F. 70, 17. Is þé geeówad þára leásena gesǽlþa anlícnes, is ǽhta and weorðscipe and anweald and gelp (gielp , v. l. Cf. þæt mon seó foremǽre and hæbbe gódne hlísan, 24, I ; F. 82, 10.) habes ante oculos propositam formam felicitatis humanae, opes, honores, potentiam, gloriam , 24, 3 ; F. 84, 20. Bið wén láðlicre scome . . . geótende gielp there will be chance of foul shame, good fame will befalling , Fä. 41. Gítsung gilpes, Met. 7, 15. Gelpes, 10, 13. Gif ic wiste hú wið þám áglǽcan elles meahte gylpe (with glory ) wiðgrípan, B. 2521. Sé ðe bið úpáhafen mid ðý gefeán and mid ðý gielpe (gilpe, v. l.) ðisse worulde quos consolatio gloriae temporalis extollit . Past. 183, 4. Ðonne se mon nó his ágenne gielp (gloriam ) mid ne sécð, ac ðæs úplican Fæder . . . hé hæfð gewitnesse. . . ðæt hé hit for Gode dyde, næs for gielpe, 451, 15-18. Má manna hæfþ mícelne gilp (gielp, v. l.) . . . for dysiges folces wénan, þonne hé hæbbe for his gewyrhtum plures magnum nomen falsis vulgi opinionibus abstulerunt , Bt. 30, I ; F. 108, 3. Þú goda ússa gilp gehnǽgdest, An. 1321. Hé nallas on gylp seleð beágas he gives not rings to gain glory , B. 1749. v. dol-gilp, ídel-gilp, leás-gilp, unribt-gilp, weorold-gilp.
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