heáfod-smæl
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heáfod-smæl
Substitute: The opening in a tunic for the head to pass through, the collar of a tunic: — Heáfodsmæl capitium (tunica coccinea, capitium et manicae sericis clavatae, Ald. 77, 15. Glosses to the same passage elsewhere are: Capitium hæt, An. Ox. 5320: Hpt. Gl. 526, 35 : healsed, Wrt. Voc. ii. 87, 57), Angl. xiii. 37, 286: Wrt. Voc. i. 288, 43 : ii. 17. 9. Þá rǽsde án nǽddre æt þám heáfodsmæle and him on þone bósm evenit ei, ut colnber per caput eius inter tunicam et ventrem irreperet, Mart. H. 200, 2. [Cf. O. H. Ger. houpit-loh capitium (tunicae). See Ld. Gl. H. s. v. capitio.]
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