glíw
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glíw
Take here instances under gleów, glíg, and add: I. jesting, pleasantry Glió, gliú facetiae, Txts. 61, 825. Gleó, Wrt. Voc. ii. 34, 70. II. jeering, mockery Glió cabillatio, Txts. 47, 354. Gliú gannatura, 65, 948. Ðe lǽs ðe ðú wegférendum wurðe eft tó glíge (cf. ne omnes qui vident incipiant inludere ei, Lk. 14, 29), Hex. 38, 11. III. any activity intended to amuse, a game, diversion, pastime, sport, play Hé (Herod) ðæs wítegan deáð þǽre lyðran hoppystran hire glíges (dancing ) tó méde forgeáf, Hml. Th. i. 484, 3. In glíuuae (gliówe) in mimo, Txts. 70, 550. Gliú minium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 56, 51: 70, 35: 46, 42. Stód þǽr sum man mid ánum apan and slóh cymbalan. Þá sóna se hálga wer wæs forhycgende glíg cum simia vir adstitit, et cymbala percussit. Quem sanctus sonitum audiens dedignatus, Gr. D. 62, 18. Pleglican glía beclyppinga iocosos ludorum amplexus, An. Ox. 3173. v. bismer-glíw, chor-glíw, geflit-glíw, sealm-glíw.
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