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AddGreátre grosse, greát and smæl grossas et graciles Wrt. Voc. ii. 41, 67, 68. I. coarse of grain or texture Twéntig ambra ealoð, and tú hund greátes hláfes (coarse bread ) and þridde smales, Cht. Th. 158, 25. Áscrep þá greátan rinde of scrape the coarse rind off, Lch. ii. 270, 17. II. of persons, big, stout Hlǽne macer, greát grossus, smæl gracilis, Wrt. Voc. i. 83, 50. II a. of parts of the body :-- Se earm wæs swá swíðe greát and áswollen brachio in tantum grossescente, Bd. 5, 3; Sch. 565, 3. Se greáta líra beneoðan þám þúman, Vis. Lfc. 84. Gif mon þá greátan sinwe forsleá, Ll. Th. i. 100, 3. Mycele cneówu and hindan greáte genibus nodosis, Guth. Gr. 128, 126. III. of things, 1. material, massive, bulky, big 'Ðú ne meaht gefrédan micelne beám on ðínum ágnan eágan' ... se yfela willa on ðǽre heortan is se greáta beám (trabes ), Past. 224, 4. Lǽt niman ǽnne greátne cwurnstán, Lch. iii. 38, 15. Hé (Stephen ) orsorh betwux ðám greátum hagolstánum þurhwunode, Hml. Th. i. 52, 18. Swingan mid greátum gyrdum, Hml. S. 35, 189. (1 a) of finely grown trees :-- Of ðǽm greátan helebeáme ... on ðá greátan apeldre; of ðǽre greátan apeldre, C. D. iii. 135, 18-22. Onefen ðone greátan æsc, ii. 172, 23. On greátan þorn, v. 150, 8. Gif mon óðres wudu bærneð ... forgielde ǽlc greát treów mid .v. sciłł., Ll. Th. i. 70, 5. 2. non-material things Of gealádle ... cymeþ great yfel; sió biþ ealra ádla rícust, Lch. ii. 106, 19.
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