grimme
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grimme
Add:I. of personal action. 1. where pain, injury, &c., are caused by agent, or where anger, displeasure, &c., are felt or expressed Forgrípan gumcynne grimme and sáre, Gen. 1275. Grimme ic eom begangen, for ðon ic gnornige contristatus sum in exercitatione mea, Ps. Th. 54, 2. Hé eorlum onmǽlde grimme, Dan. 211. Hé hæfde styrne mód gegremed grymme, Gen. 61. 2. where the agent suffers Ðǽr is máðma hord grimme geceápod (dearly purchased ), B. 3012. Grimme gegongen, 3085. Banan heardlíce grimme ongieldað, Sal. 132: Gú. 959. Grimme greótan to bewail bitterly, Sal. 376. I a. of personifications :--- Án wiht ... grimme grymetað ... Módor is ..., 81, 3. II. of the effect or condition of things Bryne grimme gemencged, Wlfst. 26, 7: 94, 2. Smylte sǽ súðerne wind oft grimme gedréfeð, Met. 5, 8. Him grimme on woruldsǽlda wind wráðe bláweð, 7, 51. Þæt sceal wrecan sweart líg sáre and grimme, Gen. 2415: Cri. 971. Secg wundað grimme, Rún. 15. Ofn wæs gegléded swá hé grimmost mihte, Dan. 227. [O. H. Ger. grimme atrociter, saeve.]
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