hæfen
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hæfen
having. Add: , hafon. I. abstract, the having or possessing of something Mid gódra weorca biggenge and mid háligra mægena hæfene, K. Ben. 3, 7. Se bróðor þe mid swǽrra gylta hæfene bið gedered frater qui gravioris culpe noxa teneatur, 49, 13. II. concrete, what is possessed Sé ðe eallunge ðá eorðlican gestreón forlǽtan ne mæg . . . fremige hé hafenleásum mid his hæfene, Hml. Th. ii. 400, 2. Hí biddað and wilniaþ þá heafene þysse gestreónfullan wǽdle petunt et exigunt sumptum lucrosae egestatis, R. Ben. 136, l. Hér syndon .xxx. bóca on Leófstánes hafona, Nap. 46, 41. v. land-hæfen
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