gréting
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gréting
Add:I. of speech. 1. courteous terms of address on meeting Þá Elizabeth gehýrde Marian grétinge (groeting[e], L., R.), Lk. 1, 41. 2. respectful address, saluting of a superior Ðá bóceras lufiað grétinga (groetingo(-e), L., R.) on strǽte, 20, 46. Groetengo (hǽlettunga, R.), Mt. L. 23, 7. 3. of formal address in letters, &c. v. grétan; VI. 5 Ic Ælfric abbod on ðisum gewrite freóndlíce gréte mid Godes grétinge Wulfget, Hml. A. 1, 2. 4. term applied to a person or thing, appellation Heofenlicere grétincge synderlic gifu cęlestis eulogię (the name Benedict) pręrogatiua, An. Ox. 2571. Brýdleóþes grétinge epithalami elogium, 3182. II. of respectful action or worship Hát mé unmedemre for þǽre godcundan róde grétinge (for adoration of the divine cross ) þá duru beón untýnede, Hml. S. 23 b, 448.
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