gréne
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gréne
Add:I. green. 1. of grass, foliage, &c. Bebeád se Hǽlend ðæt folc sǽte ofer gréne híg (ofer groene gers, L., ofer groenum hegge ł grese, R., super uiride faenum ), Mk. 6, 39. Siððan Adam stóp on gréne græs, Gen. 1137. Þá geseah hé ánre stówe fæc þám óþrum felda grénre (viridius ), Bd. 3, 10; Sch. 233, 1. 2. of other things Groeni prassus, Hpt. 33, 251, 20. Groeni ár aurocalcum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 101, 36. Gréne ár auricalcos, i. 286, 66. Grénum vernantibus (gemmis ), ii. 85, 26. II. covered with herbage or foliage. 1. of land Beorg sceal on eorðan gréne standan, Gn. C. 35. Grénes gehæges uernantis prati, An. Ox. 550. Se munt is sum mid grénum felda oferbrǽded, Bl. H. 207, 28. Tó grénan hlince, C. D. v. 365, 29. Æfter ðám grénan wege, iii. 389, 9. On grénan dúne, v. 135, 36. On grénan pytt, ii. 28, 31. Andlang ðæs wuduweges on ðone gréne pað, iv. 98, 23. Bráde synd on worulde gréne geardas, Gen. 511. Gréne wongas, 1657. Foldweg tredan, gréne grundas, An. 777. (1 a) fig. of a path, pleasant :-- Gearwian ús tógénes gréne strǽte úp tó englum, Sat. 287. 2. of a tree, in leaf Hwæðer gé willen on wuda sécan gold þæt reáde on grénum triówum? non aurum in viridi quaeritis arbore, Met. 19, 6. III. where the colour is taken as a sign of a particular condition of a plant, 1. newness or tenderness Píntreówes þá grénan twigu, Lch. ii. 216, 5. Wunian wyrtruman þæs wudubeámes eorðan fæstne, oð þæt eft cyme gréne bléda, Dan. 518. 2. vigorous life. v. grénnes; II. Græs and wyrtan and treówu foraldiað and forsérið, and cumað oððer, grénu wexað and gearwað and rípað, Solil. H. 10, 5. Bróhte seó culufre elebeámes twig ... gréne blǽde, Gen. 1474. 3. the presence of natural moisture Gréne beregræs (-cræs, MS.) farrago, Wrt. Voc. i. 38, 46. Ic sylfa slóh gréne táne (cf. eleva virgam tuam, Ex. 14, 16) gársecges deóp, Exod. 281. IV. unprepared for use. v. grénnes; III. 1. of vegetable food Gif gé mé (the cook) út ádrífaþ fram eówrum geférscype gé etaþ wyrta eówre gréne (viridia ), and flǽscmettas eówre hreáwe, Coll. M. 29, 11. 2. of a hide Grénre hýde recentis i. noue corii, An. Ox. 3281. v. æle-gréne, eal-gréne, gærs-gréne, hǽwen-gréne, sám-gréne, sin-gréne, un-gréne.
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