grénnes
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grénnes
Substitute: I. greenness of grass, foliage, &c. Þǽre stówe grénnes (uiriditas ) and fægernes, Bd. 3, 10; Sch. 233, 5. Grénnesse uiriditate (foliorum ), An. Ox. 1581. 2. of other things Blǽhǽwenre híwes grénnysse glauco coloris uirore, i. uiriditate, An. Ox. 530. II. flourishing growth, v. grene; III. 2. 1. lit. Se wæstem ys tó nymenne tó þám tíman þonne hé æfter his grénnysse fealwað, Lch. i. 324, 7. 2. fig. Hé wile forlǽtan dǽre lufan grénnisse, and forseárian on ðǽre ungeðwǽrnesse qui separantur a uiriditate dilectionis arefiunt, Past. 359, 15, Ne næfð ǽnig bóh grénnysse (printed spen-; uiriditatem ) gódes weorces, sé þe ná wunað on wyrtruman sóðre lufe, Scint. 3, 18. III. of wood, want of seasoning. Cf. gréne; IV. Wé ceorfað heáh treówu on holte ðæt wé hí eft úp árǽren on ðǽm botle ðǽr ðǽr wé timbran willen, ðeáh wé hí for hrædlíce tó ðǽm weorce dón me mægen for grénnesse, ǽr ðǽm ðe hí ádrúgien (tamen non repente in fabrica (lignum) ponitur, ut prius vitiosa ejus viriditas exsiccetur ), Past. 445, 2. IV. a green thing, plant On þám þriddan dæge hé gesceóp ealle trýwcynna and ealle grénnyssa (cf. Germinet terra herbam virentem, Gen. 1, 11), Angl. viii. 310, 7.
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