grund
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grund
Add:I. the bottom, the lowest part of anything. 1. of the sea On deópum, niwellicum grunde sǽwe in fundo profundo maris, An. Ox. 1942. 2. the furthest point reached by the root Gif ðú áwyrtwalast of ðínum móde ðá leásan gesǽlþa and þá of átíhst oð ðone grund, Bt. 23; F. 80, 1. Hé hét áceorfan on grund heom heora tungan of eorum linguas abscidi radicitus fecit, Gr. D. 240, 19. II. the solid bottom or earth underlying the sea or other water Þaet seó sǽ seofan dagas drígne grund þám folce gegearcige, Hml. Th. i. 564, 24. Þá scipu tóscuton and hé ðone grund (the bottom of the river ) gesóhte mid horse mid ealle, ii. 304, 28. III. a deep place, abyss Grund profundum (ne absorbeat me profundum ), Bl. Gl. Áworpen tó sǽs grunde, Past. 31, 18. Grundas abys[s]i , Kent. Gl. 262. IV. the solid base or foundation on which a structure is raised Ðý mon sceal fæsðne weal wyrcean, ðý mon áer geháwige ðæt se grund fæsð sié, ðǽr mon ðone grundweall on lecgge, Past. 308, 3. Staþolas ł grundweallas ł grundas munta fundamenta montium, Ps. L. 17, 8. V. the surface of the earth Mon tówearp þone weal niþer oþ þone grund muros everti aequarique solo imperavit, Ors. 5, 11; S. 238, 13. VI. the earth as contrasted 1. with heaven Wé men cweðað hér on grunde, Hy. 9, 39. 2. with sea Þone þe grund and sund, heofon and eorðan and hreó wǽgas ámearcode, An. 747. VII. a land, country Hweorfað gleómen geond grunda fela, Víd. 136. VII a. a portion of cultivated land :-- Se God sé þás grundas geworhte geunne ús grówende gife ús corna gehwylc cume tó nytte, Lch. i. 404, ii. v. eár-grung, eormen-grund, hell-grund.
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