gryre
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gryre
Add:I. the state of being terrified Ðurh hine gewyrð swá micel gryre, swá nǽfre ǽr on worulde ne gewearð, Wlfst. 19, 6. Gryre se mǽsta, 25, 19: 203, 4. Ásprang micel óga and gryre ofer ealle ðá ungeleáffullan, Hml. Th. i. 470, 8. Gryre and ege, Hml. S. 23, 83. Gryre sceal for greggum, Gn. Ex. 149. Siððan þæs gǽstes gryre ágiefen weorðeð after terror has become the portion of the spirit, Dóm. 21. God sealde him wítes clom and egsan gryre (inspired him with terror ), Sat. 454: Dan. 593. II. terribleness, what causes terror or horror Se légdraca, grimlic gryre, B. 3041. Ne mæg nǽnig gryre máre geweorðan nor can any terrible time exceed this, Dóm. 43. Hié of þám grimman gryre (the fiery furnace) glade treddedon, Dan. 439.Gyllende gryre (with the roaring waves of the Red Sea), Exod. 489. Hine God ús onsende wið Grendles gryre (the terror caused by Grendel), B. 384 : Exod. 20. Þá wudubeámas wagedon and swégdon þurh winda gryre flamine ventorum resonantibus undique ramis, Dóm. L. 8. Þæt nǽfre Grendel swá fela gryra (terrible deeds) gefremede, hýnðo on Heorote, B. 591. Gryrum horrendum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 32. Án deófol árehte ánum ancran ealle helle gryras and yrmða and þára synfulra sáwla tintregan and súsla, Wlfst. 146, 18. v. heort-gryre.
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