hám-weard
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hám-weard
Add:I. towards one's place of abode (temporary or permanent). Cf. hám; VII. I Sé ðe þyder (to church ) mid clǽnum móde færð . . . and tó Gode georne þencð . . ., hé þe blíðra mæg syððan hámwerd eft gewendan, Wlfst. 281, 24. I. a. (arrived) at one's place of abode Þá wé hámweard wǽron cum venissemus ad diversorium, Gen. 43, 21. II. of a body of people, e.g. troops, towards the place or district dwelt in by them, on the way home, cf. hám; VII. 2. 1. with substantive verb þá hié þá hámweard wǽron, þá métton hié micelne sciphere, Chr. 885; P. 78, 18: 911; P. 96, 13: Ors. 2, 4; S. 70, 19: 3, 11; S. 152, 20. Þá hié from ðǽre byrg hámweard wǽron, S. 144, 28. 2. with verb of motion Þonne hié hámweard fóran, þonne sceoldan hiera senatus rídan wiðæftan þǽm consulum, Ors. 2, 4; S. 70, 27. Israhéla folc mid sige wendon him hámweard, Hml. A. 113, 379. Se cyng þá hámweard gewende, Chr. 1095; P. 231, 24. III. towards one's native country, on the way home. Cf. hám; VII. 3. 1. with substantive verb Hé mid heora here wæs in Asiam ; þá burgware bǽdon hié tídlíce hámweard wǽre Agesilaus, arcessitus ex Asia, Ors. 3, 1; S. 98, 14. Mid þǽre herehýþe Rómáne oferhlæstan heora scipa þá hí hámweard wǽron cum Romana classis ad Italiam praedis onusta remearet, 4, 6; S. 176, 18. 2. with verb of motion Þá hié hámweard wendon, ealle Asiam hié geniéddon hié him gafol gulden, Ors. 1, 10; S. 44, 17. Hí fóron tó Róme and gebidan mycele earfoðnysse þá hí hámward fóran, Chr. 1061; P. 191, 2.
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