hǽþen-dóm
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hǽþen-dóm
Add:I. the belief and practice of a heathen people Hǽþendómes gentilitatis (Gregorius nostris parentibus errorem tetrae gentilitatis abstulit, Ald. 74, 13), An. Ox. 5156. Hú hé of hǽþendóme mæge tó crístendóme ðurh rihtne geleáfan and ðurh fulluht cuman, Wlfst. 32, 10. Ǽnne crístendóm ánrǽdlíce healdan and ǽlcne hǽðendóm georne forbúgan, Ll. Th. i. 314, 9. Ǽlcne hǽðendóm oferhogian, 350, 12. Ǽnne God lufian and ǽlcne hǽðendóm georne áscunian, 316, 19. II. people among whom (or district in which) paganism prevails. v. Crísten-dóm ; II : man crístene men . . . on hǽðendóme (cf. on hǽðene leóde, 304, 16) húru ne gebringe, Ll. Th. i. 378, 1. v. hǽþen-nes.
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