gladian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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gladian
Add:I. intrans. 1. to be bright, shine, gleam (of polished metal) On him gladiað gomelra láfe, B. 2036. 2. to be glad, rejoice Hwílon heó besárgað hyre líchoman sárnissa, hwílon heó gladað on gódum gelimpum, Hml. S. 1, 221. (2 a) to rejoice in something possessed :-- Februarius and Martius gladiað on fífum, Angl. viii. 302, 1. II. trans. 1. to make glad. a. of physical effect, to make of cheerful appearance Ðæt hé gleadie onsiéne in ele ut exhiberet faciem in oleo, Ps. Srt. 103, 15. b. of mental effect, to gladden, cheer hí widuwan and steópcild georne gladian, Ll. Th. i. 326, 26. 2. to please Þá þe mid clǽnnysse him gecwémað on lífe and mid gódum weorcum hine gladiað nú, Hml. A. 15, 54. Utan gladian georne God, Wlfst. 112, 12. 3. to make gentle, soften, appease Mildode mansuescit, gladode mitigat, Germ. 399, 436. Gladode demulcet, pro demulcebat (mentem . . . nec blandimentorum lenitas demulcet, Ald. 40, 36), An. Ox. 3004. v. ge-gladian.
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