hearm
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hearm
Add:I. evil, physical or otherwise, as done to or suffered by a person or thing Gif him ǽnig hearm of þám drence becymð, Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 32. Þá cýdde man mé ús mára hearm tó fundode þonne ús wel lícode, and þá fór ic . . . into Denmearcon þe eów mǽst hearm of cóm . . . wé ne þurfon þanon nénes hearmes ús ásittan, Cht. E. 230, 1-10. Him eallum tó hearme, Hml. S. 13, 127. Næbbe hé his ná máran hearm. Ll. Th. i. 276, 11. Wé þis wíte þolien, hearm on þisse helle, Gen. 368. Hearm þrowigan, sáre swyltcwale, An. 1369 : 1073. Swurdbcran hine gewordene gesihð, hearm fúllic getácnað gladiatorem se factum uiderat: dampnum fedum significat, Lch. iii. 204, 26 (v. Archiv, cxxv. 56, 300). I a. an evil, injury, a calamity :-- Hearme discrimine, i. damno (imminentis famis), An. Ox. 3869 : discrimine, i. periculo, 46, 13. Seó dǽd wearð Rómánum tó ðǽm mǽstan hearme þæt him nán folc ne getrúwode the deed was the cause of this very great injury to the Romans, that no people trusted them, Ors. 4, 12; S. 210, 11. Gif hwilc man wǽpn gelæcce and hwylcne hearm gewyrce, þonne is riht sé þe þone hearm geworhte, sé þone hearm gebéte, Ll. Th. i. 418, 7-10. Hé unc þisne hearm gerǽd. Gen. 797. Hearma calamitatum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 24, 61. Wíte, hearma mǽstne, Gen. 802. Feala mé se Hǽlend hearma gefremede, níða nearolicra, El. 912 : An. 1200. Æt ealre þǽre hergunge and æt eallum þám hearmum þe ǽr þám gedón wǽre, Ll. Th. i. 288, 2. Ic þá myclan hearmas þe ús tó fundedon gelógod hæbbe, Cht. E. 230, 8. Wit hearmas, þreáweorc þoliaþ, Gen. 736. II. grief, affliction Gehýrde heó hearm galan (cf. hearmleóð ágól, 615) helle deófol, Jul. 629. III. injurious speech, calumny. Cf. hearm-cwide Ic worn for þé worda hæbbe . . . hearmes gehýred and mé hosp sprecað, Cri. 171. Hearma calumniarum, An. Ox. 8, 233. III a, a calumny :-- Álés mec from hearmum (calumniis ) monna, Ps. Srt. 118, 134.
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