grundlinga
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grundlinga
Add:I. where a building is razed to the ground, is destroyed to its foundations Ðá sǽde hé þæt his (of the temple) sceolde weorðan ǽghwylc stán grundlinga tóworpen dico uobis, non relinquetur hic lapis super lapidem, qui non destruatur, Wlfst. 88, 20. Seó burh wearð tóworpen grundlunga, swá swá se Hǽlend sǽde, Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 18: Hml. Th. i. 404, 12: Hml. A. 102, 11. Wearð swá micel storm eall ormǽte weorc wearð tówend grundlunga, Hml. S. 31, 1244. tempel grundlunga tófeóll, 2, 387. Áhreás þæt tempel grundlunga, Hml. Th. i. 72, 5. I a. fig. :-- Þǽre ǽrran gerecednyssa dimhoua grundlunga (funditus ) fordwinan, An. Ox. 1678. II. of complete destruction or removal of other objects. 1. material Ealle ðá godas grundlunga suncon intó þǽre eorðan, Hml. S. 14, 143. 2. non-material Bið ǽghwilc syn grundlinga (cf. eallinga funditus, Sch. 77, 13) ádwǽsced omnis culpa funditus exstinguitur, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 78, 3. Synna grundlunga (cf. mid ealle, R. Ben. 13, 18) of ádón peccata radicitus amputare, R. Ben. I. 15, 6. v. grundinga.
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