hearde
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hearde
Add: I. of falling or striking (lit. or fig. ) Hé sume ác ástáh, . . . and hé hearde feóll (cf. in arborem ascendens deciderat deorsum, et contrito corpore spiritum exhalavit, Vit. Cuth. c. 34), Hml. Th. ii. 150, 32. Ic wæs hearde cnyssed impulsus. Ps. Th. 117, 13. II. of seizing, pressing (lit. or fig. ) Hé (a sea-beast ) wearð mid eoforspreotum hearde genearwod, B. 1438. Mid weres egsan hearde genearwod, Gen. 921. Hearde genyrwad, gebunden bealorápum, Cri. 364. Þé tó heortan hearde grípeð ádl unlíðe, Gen. 936. III. of binding, fastening, firmly, tightly Helm on heáfod ásette, and þone full hearde geband, Gen. 444. Unrótnesse gerǽped, hearde gehæfted (cf. gerǽpte mid þǽre unrótnesse, and swá gehæfte. Bt. 37, 1; F. 186, 22), Met. 25, 49. Wítum gebunden, hearde gehæfted, Jud. 116. Þurh þá ic hongade hearde gefæstnad, Cri. 1457. [The last three passages might be taken under IV.] IV. in a way that involves pain Hrinon hearmtánas hearde and sáre drihta bearnum, Gen. 992. Þæs wráðe ongeald, hearde mid híwum, hægstealda wynn, 1862 : Dan. 598. Him þæt hearde wearð forgolden, Jud. 216. Wé þæs hearde sceoldon bídan in bendum, Hö. 87. Him bonena hand hearde gesceóde, An. 18. Wyrd bið wended hearde . . . and hwæðre him mæg wíssefa wyrda gehwylce gemetigian, Sal. 435. Þeáh þe wíte hwǽne heardor and strangor dón sý cum paulo districtius agitur, Bd. 1, 27 ; Sch. 66, 13. V. with intensive force, 1. with verbs implying pain, injury, &c. Ús hearde sceód fǽmne þurh forman, gylt, Gen. 997. Gé sceolon hearde ádreógan wíte, Cri. 1514. Mé is heorte and flǽsc hearde geteórad, Ps. Th. 72, 21. Hwílum mé bryne stígeð, hyge heortan neáh hearde (hædre. v. l. ) wealleð, Sal. 62. 2. of painful physical sensation, e. g. thirst, Hml. Th. ii. 256, 31 (in Dict.). 3. of painful, violent, intense emotion Hé (St. Martin ) cóm tó húse hearde gedréfed (cf. Martinus cóm micclum dreórig, Hml. S. 31, 213), Hml. Th. ii. 504, 25. Ne wé cunnun þurh hwæt þú þus hearde ús eorre wurde, El. 400. Lengað hine hearde, þynceð þæt sý þria xxx þúsend wintra ǽr hé dómdæges dyn gehýre, Sal. 270: Seel. 155. Hearde ondrǽdan, Cri. 1018. Hé hiene geeáðmédde tó þǽm folce þe hé him þǽr heardost ondréd, Ors. 3, 7 ; S. 112, 33. Þonne hine þæs hlísan heardost lysteð, Met. 10, 14.
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