grimman
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grimman
To I. AddGlimnit (grimmit (?)) sevit. v. glýman. For II. substitute: to be fierce Gúþmód grummon martial minds were fierce, B. 306. [For gúþ-mód as a noun cf. miht-mód, Exod. 149, the only other case in which mód occurs compounded with a noun.] Add:(?): III. to make angry Beóde ic gé God ne grymman (gremian, v. l. ), Ll. Th. i. 270, 28. [Perhaps the verb here is weak.]
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