gilpan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Strong
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gilpan
Add:I. to boast. 1. absolute Gelpð jactat , Kent. Gl. 1051. Gylpað gramhýdige, þá þín éhtan gloriati sunt qui oderunt te , Ps. Th. 73, 4. Ne mót nán preóst beón tó módig ne tó gilpende, Ll. Th. ii. 386, 10. 2. to boast of (gen), Gif þú þæs gilpst, hú ne gilpst þú heora gódes, næs þínes?, Bt. 14, l; F. 42, 26. Geþenc be ðǽm ge-byrdum, gif hwá þæs gilpþ (gelpð, v. l. ), 30, l ; F. 108, 19. Hé morðres gylpeð, B. 2055. Þá gealp hé and fægnode Godes fultumes, Ps. Th. 4, arg. Ðá hé ongeat ðæt hié gulpun hiera fæstenes dum de abstinentiae virtute gloriantium praecepta perstringeret , Past. 313, l. 3. to glory in (inst. ) Lífe ne gielpeð, hláfordes gifum, Rä. 59, 12. Þá hine wíg begeat, nealles folccyning fyrdgesteallum gylpan þorfte, B. 2874. Hé cwæð hý gielpan ne þorftan dǽdum wið Dryhtnes meahtum, Gú. 210. 4. with prep. Ðonne ðæt mód for his cræfta geearnunga gilpð and orsorglíce fægnað on him selfum m animus de virtutum meritis laeta apud se securitate gloriatur , Past. 463, 27. Tó þǽm tídun þe ús Rómáne oþwítað and tó ðǽre genihtsumnisse þe hié ús ealneg fore giel-pað, úre ne sién ðǽm gelícan, Ors. 4, 7 ; S. 182, 16. Þæt sindon þá gódan tída þe hié ealneg fore gielpað, 5, I; S. 214, 4. Tó ðǽm gódan tídan þe Rómáne fore gulpon, S. 4, 18. Oððe hé for his góda mierringe gielpe (glorietur ), Past. 149, 20. 5. with clause giving the boast Þá wénde hé þæt hit Godes ágen wǽre; and se deófles man gealp þæt hé eác swá wǽre, Wlfst. 99, 18. Hwæþer ðú durre gilpan heora fægernes þín sié? num audes alicujus talium splendore gloriari? Bt. 14, I ; F. 40, 22. Gylpan þú mæge Crístes þegnas oferswíþan, Bl. H. 175, 32. 6. uncertain construction Ne gilp ðú ne innitaris (v. ? Prov. 3, 5), Wrt. Voc. ii. 62, 2. 7. with acc.? Swá [ne] gylpan þearf Grendles mága [ǽnig] úhthlem þone [the MS. is defective, but as Thorkelin's transcript gives b after swá perhaps begylpan may have been the original form : it is not found elsewhere however], B. 2006. II. to speak highly of (gen.), praise, applaud Ic gilpe subplaudo , Wrt. Voc. i. 22, 29. Þá gylpaþ applaudunt , An. Ox. 4196. Gulpan, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 5 (this , and the preceding are glosses to Ald. 59, 5) : 3, 38 : 5, 33. Ðá welwillen-dan sint tó manianne ðæt hié suá gielpan (gilpan, v. l.) hiera niéhstena dǽda sic proximorum facta diligendo laudent , Past. 229, 14. Gelpende subplaudans , Wrt. Voc. ii. 121, 46. v. for-gilpan.
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