heonan
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heonan
Add: — Heonon hinc, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 225. 3: dehinc, 237, 10. Heonan istinc, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 55. I. local, 1. where there is motion, a. from this place or spot Mé lǽrdon Rómíne ic gewát heonon (from Rome) onweg, Bl. H. 191, 14. Ic heonon nelle fleón fótes trym, By. 246: Gen. 2149: B. 252: Jul. 253: Gen. 415. Dóð þás þing heonon (hiona, L. , R. hinc ), Jn. 2, 16, b. from this (the speaker's) country Heonon of lande wǽron twégen abbudas gesende, Chr. 1050; P. 170, 27. Mín hláford gewát heonan of leódum ofer ýða gelác, Kl. 6. 2. where distance is measured or direction determined Nis þæt feor heonon mílgemearces þæt se mere standeð, B. 1361 : Gen. 2279: 2513. Súð heonon, Bo. 26. (2a) where relative position is marked :-- Hiona and ðona (on twá healla, W. S.) hinc et inde, Jn. L. , R. 19, 18. 3. with verbs of looking, showing, calling, & c. Þone (quem) nǽnig heonon ne sceáwaþ, Bl. H. 31, 9. Heonan of þisse weurlde geseón þá sunnan sylfe, Solil. H. 47, 10. Hrincg þæs landes þe ic þé heonon getǽce. Gen. 2854. Heonan ic cleopige tó Heáhgode, Ps. Th 56, 2. 4. from this world, from this life. v. heonan-síþ Heonon istinc, i. ex hoc uita, An. Ox. 3503. Hí tó ðé hionan (hion. Met. 20, 239) fundiaþ, Bt. 33, 4; F 132, 25: Met. 18, ii. Heonon, (Gen. 476. Hié forð heonon gewiton of worulde dreámum, Kr. 132. Ástigon heó on helle heonan lifigende, Ps. Th. 54, 14 : Cri. 754: Mód. 73. 5. from this source or origin Ðis is mín rihtéþel, hionon ic wæs ácenned, Bt. 36, 2 ; F. 174, 23 : Met. 24, 51. Mín ríc nis heona (of ðyson middanearde, W. S.) meum regnum non est hinc, Jn. L. 18, 36. II. temporal, 1. from this time onward Ne drinco ic heone (amodo; heonun forð, W. S.) . . . oð ðone doege, Mt. L. 26, 29. Ne mec geseáð gié nú hena (heonon forð, W. S.), 23, 39. (Ia) along with forþ :-- Heonon forþ amodo, An. Ox. 56, 67. Heonon forð on écnesse (iam non amplius in aeternum) ne ete ǽnig mann wæstm of þé, Mk. II. 14. Gif hwá heonan forð ǽnigne man ofsleá, Ll. Th. i. 248, 2 : Hml. S. 7, 371. Forð heonon, Exod. 287. Sib sceal gemǽne englum and ældum á forð heonan wesan, Cri. 582. 2. at some time from now, at some time in the future, afterwards Heona ł æfter ðisse (amodo) gié geseáð sunu monnes cymmende in wolcnum heofnes, Mt. L. 26, 64. (2 a) (at some definite time in the future) from now :-- Heonan on þisse eahteþan niht eight days hence, Gú. 1009. v. be-heonan.
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