heáh
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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heáh
adv. Add:I. physical. 1. so as to extend to a great height Be ðám heán muntum and dúnum þá ðe heáh standað ofer ealne middaneard, Wlfst. 262, 13. Hlǽw sceal heáh hlifian, B. 2805: Ph. 23 : Dan. 603. 2. at or to a position of great height Hí him ásetton segen gyldenne heáh ofer heáfod, B. 48: 2768. His meahta spéd heáh ofer heofonum wunade, Ph. 641. Wæs nán tó gedále nymðe heá wæs áhafen on þá heán lyft, Gen. 1401. Hí woldon þone stán heár and gerysenlícor ásettan ut lapis amoueretur et altius reponeretur, Bd. 3, 8; Sch. 224, 9. II. fig, 1. in an exalted position : — Swá micelum swá hé deóppur byð ásliden swá micelum swá hé hégur (excelsius) byþ upp áhafen, Scint. 84, 17. 2. of mental operations Þú hyt séest hwílum swá heá, hwílum swá deópe. Solil. H. 48, 9. 3. proudly, arrogantly Ne áhebbað gé tó heá eówre hygeþancas nolite extollere in altum cornu vestrum. Ps. Th. 74, 5. His mód ástáh heáh fram heortan, Dan. 528. [O. Sax., O. H. Ger. hóho.]
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