hálwendlíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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hálwendlíce
Add: so as to promote or produce bodily or spiritual health; salubriter Ðis fæstin ðóhtum líchomum ǽc gémendum hálwoendlíce gesetted is hoc jejunium quod animis corporibusque curandis salubriter institutum est, Rtl. 9, 29. I. of bodily health Heó is gehǽled hálwendlíce ðurh Críst she is restored to perfect health by Christ, Hml. S. 9, 29. I a. figurative :-- Synne áttor hálwendfice byð geopenud on andetnysse, cwyldbǽrlíce lutude on geþance peccati uirus salubriter aperitur in confessione quod pestifere latebat in mente, Scint. 39, 6. II. of spiritual health Oft weorðað men swíðe hálwendlíce (salubriter ) áfǽrde mid ðǽm ilcan ðingum ðe hí ǽr unnytlíce lufedon, Past. 441, 24. Is ús micel ðearf ðæt wé hálwendlíce (to cur spiritual profit ; salubriter) geðencen ðá gód ðe wé forgiémeleásodon, 467, 7. Hálwendlíce (salubriter ) geþreád, Gr. D. 160, 20. Críst wolde ðá ealdan ǽ ǽr gefyllan, and siððan ðá níwan gecýðnysse hálwendlíce (with salutary effect ) onginnan, Hml. Th. ii. 244, 29
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