glædnes
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glædnes
Add:I. the state or feeling of being glad. v. glæd; I. 1 Syndon eahta heálice mægnu . . . glædnes (laetitia, cf. Hml. S. 16, 345) and ánrǽdnys (the opposites of unrótnys and ásolcennys), Wlfst. 69, 1 te glædnise (gaudium ) mín in iúch sié, Jn. L. 15, 11. Hí gesíðodon tó Críste . . . fram eallum costnungum tó ealre glædnysse from all temptations to joy, Hml. A. 26, 42. Mið ege and mið micle glædnise, Mt. L. 28, 8. Fore gladnise prae gaudio, 13, 44. Unródtnis iúero gecerred bið in glædnise, Jn. L. 16, 20. I a. gladness on account of something. v. glæd; I. 4 Wíf ðín beres ðé suno. . . . And bið gefeá ðé and glædnise (gaudium tibi et exultatio ), Lk. R. L. 1, 14. Ðis for ðon glædnise mín gefylled is hoc ergo gaudium meum impletum est, Jn. L. 3, 29. II. a pleasurable condition, state of happiness Glædnys ludus, Germ. 398, 64. Geong in glædnisse hláferdes ðínes, Mt. L. 25, 23. On xxvii and on xxviii nihta tácnað ealne gefeán, and ealle angnysse and uneáðnysse smyltnysse and glædnesse gehátað, Lch. iii. 156, 14. III. alacrity, cheerful readiness. Cf. glædlíce; II. Gode man sceal dón mid glædnysse ǽfre þá betstan behát, Hml. A. 35, 272. Þá Godes þegnas mid glædnysse efston, ástræhton heora swuran tó slæge for Críste, Hml. S. 28, 70. IV. kindness, gentleness, favourable consideration, favour. v. glæd; I. 3 His glednes hilaritas eius (sicut ros super herbam, ita et hilaritas eius (sc. regis)), Kent. Gl. 688. Mycel glædnysse on him wæs humilitatem in corde praeferebat. Guth. Gr. 170, 175.
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