hálian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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hálian
Add: , hálig(e)an. I. of physical health, to heal (intrans.). 1. the subject a person, to recover from wounds or illness Hé ongan trumian and háligean sanescere coepit, Bd. 4, 22 ; Sch. 456, 11. 2. the subject a body or part of it Ðonne cólað se líchoma and hálað, Lch. i. 82, 10. Smyre neb mid; þonne sméþað hyt and hálað, 86, 9. Smyre Þá sáran góman mid oþ hý háligen, 348, 17. 3. the subject a wound, sore, &c. Lege on þá wunde; þonne hálað heó sóna, Lch. i. 88, 23. Sió wunde wolde háligean (hálian, v. l .), æfter ðǽm ðe hió wyrmsde, Past. 258, 1. 4. the subject an indefinite hit Gif men his leoðu acen . . . ðonne hálað hyt sóna (cf. gif hund man tóslíte . . . ðonne bið hit sóna hál, 15), Lch. i. 86, 23, 4. Wyrc him sealfe ðæt hit hálige, iii. 40, 16. II. to be saved. v. hál; V. 2 Geþencean wé eác, gif óþer nýten wǽre tó háligienne and geteód tó þon écan lífe, þonne onfénge hé (Christ ) heora híwe, Bl. H. 29, 5. [O. H. Ger. heilén sanescere.] v. ge-hálian, wan-hálian.
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