gylt
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gylt
Add:I. a failure of duty, a sin, crime, an offence Getriówe bediólað gelt (qui) fidelis (est animi) celat (amici) commissum (Prov, 11. 13), Kent. Gl. 362. Gereónedes gyltes concinnati sceleris i. culpe, An. Ox. 2919. Gylte reaiw. Ex. 32, 35. Gylt noxam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 61, 50. Mánfulne gylt probrosum facinus, i. peccatum, An. Ox. 2784. Eówerne gylt þé gé worhtou, þæt wæs þæt cealf peccatum vestrum, quod feceratis, id est vitulum, Deut. 9, 21. Hé heánlíce hámweard oðfleáh . . . þá bæd his fæder þæt þá senatum forgeáfen þǽm suna þone gylt (pater. . . ignominiam filii deprecatus), Ors. 3, 10; S. 140, 16. Gif ǽnig man óðerne wrége and him hwilcne gilt on secge (accusans eum praevaricationis), Deut. 19, 16. Gif hwilc preóst ágilte . . . hé þone gilt gebéte, Ll. Th. ii. 290, 19. Gyltum gehrodene, Wal. 74. II. a debt Eallne þínne gylt (debitum) ic þé forgeaf, Mt. 18, 32. Borh-hande for geltum vades pro debitis, Kent. Gl. 849. II a. a penalty, payment on account of crime, Cht. Th. 423, 3 (v. Dict. ). III. responsibility for an offence, a (person's) fault, Chr. 1048; P. 173, 11. (v. Dict. ) IV. desert of a penalty; baton gylte without having done anything to deserve one's fate, Chr. 1055; P. 184, 27 (v. Dict. ). V. state of being guilty, criminality, culpability Hé gecnáwan mæg hwæt tǽlwierðe bið, and suáðeáh . . . forwandaí ðæt hé béte and ðreáge his hiéremenn be ðæs gyltes andefne quae reprehendenda sunt cognoscit, sed tamen . . . digtiis ea increpationibus non emendat, Past. 195, 10. Gif hé þæs wilniaþ him hiora yfel unwrecen sié be þaes gyltes andefne, Bt. 38, 7 ; F. 210, 8. Sceal ǽghwylc man bétan his wðhdǽda be his gyltes andefne, Bl. H. 45, 29. v. ǽ-gylt, heáfod-gylt.
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