god-webb
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god-webb
Add:I. fine woven material, material woven from silk or cotton, fine linen Twihíwe godweb caecum bis tinctum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 135, 44. Godeweb purpura, An. Ox. 1378. Seolcen godewebbes bombicinum purpurae (peplum ), 461. Genim þone aeppel and hine bewind on weolcreádum godwebbe, and seóð eft mid sceáte óþres godwebbes, Lch. i. 332, 5. Hæfð hé ánforlǽten ðæt twégea bleó godwebb ðæt hé habban sceolde on ðǽm hálgan hrægle ... For ðon is tóeácan ðǽm twiblión godwebbe ðæt scyle beón twiðrǽwen twín on ðǽm mæssegierelan in superhumeralis ornamento habere coccum bis tinctum nescit ... Unde et bis tincto cocco torta byssus adjungitur, Past. 87, 13-19. Sum welig man wæs mid purpuran and godewebbe geglenged (induebatur purpura et bysso, Lk. 16, 19), Hml. Th. i. 328, 12. Hé wæs gegyred mid baswum godwebbe and hwítum. Gr. D. 310, 1. Þeáh wé ús gescirpen mid þý reádestan godwebbe, Wlfst. 262, 21. Handstocu mid godwebbe gestefnede manicae sericis clavatae, Hpt. Gl. 526, 38. Hié of þæs treówes leáfum and of his flýse spunnon and swá eác tó godewebbe wǽfon and worhtan foliis arboris ex siluestri uellere uestes detexunt, Nar. 6, 18. Of þám cnihtum hí álǽddon áweg tó wircenne godeweb, Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 20. Iúdas funde gold and seolfor, godeweb (god-, v. l.) and purpuran (they got much gold and silver, and blue silk, and purple of the sea, 1 Macc. iv. 23), Hml. S. 25, 359. Bærn ymb récels and godeweb, Lch. iii. 56, 12, 6. Mid godewebbum sericis (v. Hpt. Gl. 526, 38 supra ), An. Ox. 5322. II. something made with such material, 1. a (splendid) garment Godweb clamidis, Wrt. Voc. i. 291, 9: calamidis, ii. 17, 30: calmidus, 127, 56. Reád godweb ostrum, 64, 10. Fasces .i. honores, dignitates cynedómas vel aldor[dómas] vel gegerla vel godweb, Wrt. Voc. ii. 146, 52: 35, 2. Goduueb, 108, 13. Goduuebbe toga, 122, 55. Þá wóhgeornan woruldrícan mid heora golde and seolfre and godwebbum (gode-, v. l., cf. godweb-girla), Wlfst. 183, 9. 2. a curtain. See also 3. Godweb curtina, Wrt. Voc. ii. 127, 56. 3. a flag Pater Noster hafað gyldene fonan, and seó fone is mid .xii. godwebbum útan ymbhangen, and ánra gehwylc godweb hangað on hundtwelftigum hringa gyldenra ... ðæt ðridde godweb wæs on ðæs godwebbes onlícnisse ðe geó ymb mínes fæder Dauides columban hangode on ðissum ilcan temple: ðæt feórðe godweb wæs on ðæs godwebbes onlícnisse ðe geó Abimelech bróhte Críste tó lácum, Sal. K. p. 152, 16-28. See next word.
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