gíming
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gíming
gímung. Take here gémung in Dict., and add: I. a taiking care of a person, entertaining, an entertainment, a wedding feast, nup-ials. v. gíman; I. 3. [Cf. O. Sax. góma; pl. a marriage feast; nuptiae Hé at them gómum was (= se Hǽlend geceiged wæs tó ðǽm færmum ł hǽmdum (ad nubtias), Jn. L. 2, 2), Hél. 2002] :-- Gémung nuptias (a gloss on Mt. 22, 2. Cf. sé ðe dyde ðá færmo ł brýdlópa qui fecit nubtias , Mt. L. 22, 2), Wrt. Voc. ii. 73, II. Gíming, 60, 52. Gémung nuptiae , i. 288, 84. Tó gémungum þæs heofonlican brýdguman ad nuptias sponsi caelestis , Bd. 3, 24 ; Sch. 311, 9. [Oð þæne dæg incre geámungæ, Hml. A. 132, 525. Tó hwan forhǽle þú ús þíne gémunga 135, 650.] II. care, management Þám gewunode hé bringan gréne wyrta, and eft hweorfan tó þǽre gýmingce (gíminge, v. l.) his wyrt-geardes (ad curam horti ), Gr. D. 181, 4. III. care, keeping, guarding Wé þe ús befæst is seó gýming Godes folces, Ll. Th. ii. 402, 10. In ðám dagum þe hé dyde his sceápa gýminge dum gregis sui curam gereret , Gr. D. 215, 9. [Hic am God ðe in min geming nam Jacob, Gen. and Ex. 2783.] IV. ruling, rule Hér onféng Pilatus gýminge ofer Júdéas, Chr. P. 293, 23. V. caring, being anxious Behealdað eów ðæt gé ne gehefigien eówre heortan mid monigfaldre giéminge ðisse worolde attendite ut non graventur corda vestra in curis hujus vitae , Past. 129, 20. v. be-gíming, um-gíming.
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