heald
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heald
inclined. AddHald cernua, Txts. 49, 455. Halði, haldi penduloso, 84, 754. Suae haldae (halde) reclines, 92, 865. I. literal Of greátan hlinces ende on healdan weg; andlang heldan weges, C. D. iii. 420, 5. Tó healdan hlince, 431, 11. Tó healdan gráfe, v. 212, 4. On ðone heáldan weg, ii. 29, 5. On ðá healdan stíge, iii. 462, 11. II. figurative. 1. inclined to ǽlc gesceaft bið heald onlocen (-loten?) wiþ hyre gecynde, Bt. 25; F. 88, 7. 2. that tends to mean things Þá healdan divexa (ardua sectari necnon devexa cavere, Ald. 157, 2), Wrt. Voc. ii. 91, 54: 27, 12. v. forþ-heald, freónd-heald, in-heald, mór-heald (?), niþer-heald, norþ-heald, ó-heald, scyte-heald, súþ-heald, tó-heald; neowol; hilde.
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