heardlíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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heardlíce
AddHeardlíce dure, i. pertinaciter, pessime, Wrt. Voc. ii. 142, 16. I. boldly, hardily. Cf. heard; II. 1 Hé þæt folc bewerode wið þá hǽðenan leóda heardlíce mid wǽmnum, Ælfc. T. Grn. 7, 3. II. hardly, without ease. Cf. heard; V. 1 Se man, sé ðe wile on ǽlce tíd heardlíce and forwernedlíce lyfigean, sé bið fulfremed, Wlfst. 284, 8. III. severely, inflexibly Tó écrc forwyrde heardlíce (districtius ) gedéman, Bd. 4, 25 ; Sch. 504, 1. IV. in a way that causes pain. Cf. hearde; IV. Banan heardlíce, grimme ongieldað, Sal. 131. V. with intensive force with verbs implying pain, injury, &c. Cf. hearde; V. 1 Þéh se mennisca deófol synfullum móte heardlíce derian, Wlfst. 273, 22. Se bealofulla hýneð heardlíce, Cri. 260. VI. of energetic action, physical or mental. Cf. heard; VIII. Þæt mon heardlíce gníde (collidendo vehementius ) mealmstán, Ors. 4, 13; S. 212, 27. Ongunnon hí heardlíce feohtan, By. 261. Ic nimo ł heartlíce (geteá (?), cf. 21, 6 geteá trahere) traham, Jn. L. 12, 32. Hé genam þá heardlíce þurh heora láre on his orþance þá egeslican dǽda, Ælfc. T. Grn. 17, 20. VII. not easily, only by degrees Ðone blindo heartlíce gémeð caecum paulatim curat (v. Mk. 8, 22-25), MK. P. 3, 20. Heartlíce onginnes paulatim incipiens, Mt. p. 11, 11.
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