hǽs
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hǽs
Add:I. a bidding, an order Streclicere hǽse (quod) violenti pręcepti (imperio complendum jubelur), An. Ox. 1294. Petrus and Andreas be Crístes hǽse forléton heora nett . . . hí æfter stemne ánre hǽse þæt þæt hí hæfilon forgeáton, Hml. Th. i. 578, 24. Deóflu be eówere hǽse þá deófolseócan forléton, 64, 26. Seó menigo háligra sáula mid Drilitnes hǽse wǽron of þǽm cwicsúslum áhafena, Bl. H. 87, 18. Be hyre ágenum cyre, ná geneádod mid nánre hǽse, Hml. A. 32, 204. Þurh his hálige hǽs, An. 1522: 1588: El. 86: Wlfst. 255, Féran sceal þurh freán hǽse sundor ánra gehwæs sáwl of líce, Az. 92. Hé hét him tó clypian ealne þone here hí his hǽse gefyldon, Hml. S. 28, 27: Angl vii. 52, 406. Hé gehýrde þá word þæs hátendan, ac hé yldode hé þá hǽsa gefyllan nolde audivit jubentis verba, sed implere distulit, Gr. D. 159, 16. Hé bead þæs apostoles hǽsa (-e, v. l. ) Dyonisie, Hml. S. 29, 63. II. an invitation from a superior Sc̃s Paulinus þǽre cyricean scíre onféng mid þæs arcebisceopes hǽse and Eádboldes þæs cyninges (innitatione Honorii amistitis et Eadbaldi regis). Bd. 2, 20 ; Sch. 188, 12. III. an office, service one is bidden to perform (?) Þénunge. hǽse munia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 8. v. níd-hǽs; hátan.
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