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AddGrim dira, Wrt. Voc. ii. 27, 64. Seó grimme atrox, 1, 23. Grimme acri, 5, 25. Grymme anxii, Germ. 399, 262. I. of persons Mé feóndsceaða fæste hæfde grim on grápe, B. 555. Babilone weard grim and gealhmód, Dan. 230. Of þæs grimman deófles gewealdum álésan, Bl. H. 63, 3. Cyrichatan hetole and leódhatan grimme, Wlfst. 164, 11. Twégen menn deófulseóka hæbbende grimme (saeui ) swíðe, swá þætte nǽnig mæhte faran þurh wæge þǽm, Mt. R. 8, 28. II. of personal actions, character, feelings, or utterances Wearð seó feohte tó grim, Mód. 66. Wæs æt þám geongum grim andswaru, B. 2860. Him bið grim sefa, 2043. Onda tó ungemetlíce grim zelus immoderate saeviens, Past. 127, 3: Rä. 34, 5. Grimre gúðe, B. 527. Grimne gripe, 1148. Hé hit mid suíðe grimmum edleáne geðryscð animum per asperam retributionem premit, Past. 239, 17. Hé fǽhðo wið God grimme gefremede, An. 1389. Grim gárgewinn, 960. Grimra geþonca, Jul. 367. Ic má fremede grimra gylta, Hy. 4, 27. Heó him handleán forgeald grimman grápum, B. 1542. Hé flýhð grimme gieltas, Ph. 461. Hé habbað in gástcofan grimme geþóhtas, Leás. 13. In þám grimmestan gǽstgewinne, Gú. 561. III. of pain, disease, painful or destructive conditions Þonne biþ grimm winter, Archiv cxx. 297, 61. Hell, grim græfhús, Sat. 708. Grim gléda níð, Dan. 465: B. 2650. Se grimma hunger, Rä. 44, 2: B. 102. Grim gǽstcwalu, Gú. 651. Grimre helle wíte trucis tartari tormento, An. Ox. 2217. On hú grimmum seáðe swinceð þæt sweorcende mód, Met. 3, 1. Grimme sorge acri angore, Wrt. Voc. ii. 84, 38. Of þám grimman gryre, Dan. 439. Feallan on grimne grund, Cri. 1527. Þone grimman þurst diram sitim, Nar. 9, 20. On þá grimman tíd, Cri. 1081. Þoliað wé þreá, þæt syndon þýstro and hǽto grimme, grundleáse. Gen. 390. Þé sind wítu þæs grim weotud, An. 1367. Storm holm gebringeð in grimmum sǽlum, Gn. Ex. 52. Grimre wræc acrior ultio, Bd. 1, 14; Sch. 39, 12. IV. of a painful or destructive implement or agency Heora geoguðe grimme líge fýr fæðmade juvenes eorum comedit ignis, Ps. Th. 77, 63. Þú mé tóbrǽce bendas grimme disrupisti vincula mea, 115, 7. Hé ymbe þá herehúðe hlemmeð tógædre grimme góman, Wal. 62: 76. Mid þý heardestan ... and mid þý grimmestan gumena gestreóna, Rä. 29, 3. V. of crime, sin, &c., horrible, grievous Wrace þæs grimman mánes ultio diri sceleris, Bd. 1, 14; Sch. 39, 13, Grimre synne (this is a gloss to the preceding passage ), Txts. 181, 37. v. ferþ-grim, heaðu-grim, heoru-grim, hete-grim, hyge-grim, níþ-grim, searo-grim, sin-grim, wæl-grim.