gird
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gird
Take here gerd, gyrd in Dict., and add: I. of material. 1. a long thin bough of a tree or stem of a plant whether growing or cut off Tóh gęrd, tóch gerd lentum vimen, Txts. 75, 1207. Tóh gerd, Wrt. Voc. ii. 50, 74. Gerd virgultum, 123, 66. On gerde hysopo, Jn. L. R. 19, 29. Mið gerd (gerdum, R.) ł mið hreáde harundine, Mk. L. 15, 19. Gerd bifiende harundinem quassatam, Mt. L. 12, 20: Lk. L. 7, 24. Wudebǽre gyrda vimina siluestria, An. Ox. 1806. Þæt hé menige tó þám wuda . . . and geféðrige hys wǽnas mid fegrum gerdum, þæt hé mage windan manigne smicerne wáh, Solil. H. 1, 11. 2. a rod, staff Girde snace áwendre uiminis (Aaron's rod) ex colubro transfigurati, An. Ox. 156. Hé him bebeád hí náht on wege ne námon búton gyrde (gerde, R., gerd, L.) áne, Mk. 6, 8. 3. a rod for chastisement or punishment Mid gierde mon bið beswungen, and mid stæfe hé bið áwreðed. Gif ðǽr ðonne sié gierd mid tó ðreágeanne, sié ðǽr eác stæf mid tó wreðianne, Past. 127, 1: 117, 8. Óstig gyrd scorpio, Wrt. Voc. i. 21, 17. Cild ic eom under gyrde drohtniende, Coll. M. 34, 23. Láreów mín áwecþ mé stíþlíce mid gyrde, 35, 31. Hé hét hí ealle beswingan mid gyrdum, and siððan beheáfdian, Hml. S. 29, 283. I a. a straight line drawn as a mark :-- Ymniscus ys seó gyrd þe byð betwyx þám twám pricon ligende, Angl. viii. 333, 44. II. as a measure 1. of length, a rod, pole. v. passage under weall-stellung and met-gird Ðæs landes . . . .xxiii. gerda on lange, and on brǽde ðár hit brádest is fíf geurda, and ðǽr hit unbrádost is ánne geurde . . . ðonne eástrichte. .xliii. geurde and .vi. fét tó ðǽre eáststréte; ðonne súðrichte .xx. geurde and .vi. fét, C. D. V. 163, 13-30. 2. of area, a virgate, fourth part of a hide, thirty acres. v. Seebohm's Vill. Comm., Andrews's Old English Manor, s. v. yardland Ic gesealde hym áne gyrde landes tó underwedde . . . Ðis sind þá landgemǽro þǽre gyrde, Cht. Crw. 9, 119-122. Be gyrde (girde, v. l. ) londes. Gif mon geþingað gyrde landes oþþe máre, Ll. Th. i. 146, 1-2;; Hý létan him tó þá twá hída landes æt Áweltúne and áne gyrde, and æt Weattan ígge þreó gyrda, C. D. B. i. 543, 38-544, 1. v. breóst-gird, cyne-gird, hefeld-gird, hreód-gird, met-gird, segl-gird, sige-gird, sund-gird.
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