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Add:I. the heart as organ of an animal's body Gif þín heorte ace ad cardiacos, Lch. iii. 42, l Þǽre heortan þá líflican cordis uitalia, t. lxxiv, 26. Bán bið funden on heortes heortan, Lch. i. 338, 6. Gyf hwá onbútan his heortan oþþe on his breóstum sár þolie, 206. 18 : Gú. 1116 Nim his (a badger's) lifre . . . and þá heortan æt þínum burhgeatum behele, Lch. i. 328, 24. II. the heart as seat of life Mé is heorte and flǽsc hearde geteórad, Ps. Th. 72, 21. Deáðes wylm hrán æt heortan, . 5. 2270 : Gen 724. Þé tó heorian grípeð ádl unlíðe, 936. Bídan hwonne of heortan hunger oððe wulf sáwle and sorge somed ábregde, 2276. Ic (the baker ) heortan mannes gestrangie, Coll. M. 28, 35 : Ps. Th. 103, 15. Heáfodiswíma heortan clypte, Gen. 1569. Heora heortan onfóð mægene (leofað heorte heara, Ps. Srt.) and libbað á worlda world vivet eor eorum in seculum seculi, Ps Th. 21, 25. III. the region of the heart, breast, bosom Sum heó hire on handum bær, sum hire æt heortan læg, Gen. 636. IV. the heart as seat of feeling, will, intellect, mind Hwæt getácniað ðá heán hwammas búton unclǽnu and twiefeald mód ? For ðǽm ǽlc wág bið gebiéged twiefeald on ðǽm heale. Suá bið ðæs monnes heorte, Past. 245, 14: Ps. Th. 77, 36: 56, 9. Hwæt is se ealdordoom bú an ðæs módes storm, sé simle bið cnyssende dæt scip ðǽre heortan mid ðára geóóhta ýstum, Past. 59, 5. Gé tǽlde hyra heortan (heartes, L.) heard-nesse, for ðám ðe hí ne gelýfdon, Mk. 16, 14. Heortan cræftas, Dan.394. Þæt hié weorðeden móde and mægene þone mǽran dæg heortan gehigdum, El. 1224: Crl. 747. Mínre heortan hyge, Ps. Th. 72, 17 : 85, 13 : 118, 69. His módor geheóld ealle þás word on hyre heortan (hearta, L., heorte, R.) smeágende, Lk. 2, 51. Hálig in heortan, Gú. 554. Se deófol sǽwð mánfullice geþóhtas intó þæs mannes heortan, Angl. vii. 28, 263, Þám þe mid heortan hycgeað rihte his qui recto sunt corde, Ps. Th. 72, I : Dan. 491 : 598. Fór se deófol on Iúdas heortan hé hine belǽwde, Jn. 13, 2 : Hy. 7, 79 : Dan. 570. Hí berað on breóstum heortan clǽne, Gú. 771. Eall geþanc manna heortena wæs gewend on yfel, Gen. 6, 5. Ic hí lifian hét lustum heortena (secundum desideria cordis eorum) , Ps. Th. 80, 12. IV a. Wé sceolon gleáwlíce þurhseón ússe hreðercofan heortan eágum, Cri. 1329. Anhyld þínre heortan eáre, R. Ben. I. 3. V. the seat of one's inmost thoughts, one's inmost being, soul Of þǽre heortan willan se muð spicð, Mt. 12, 34. Opene weorðað monna dǽde, ne magon weras heortan geþóhtas fore waldende bemíðan, Cri. 1048: 1056: 1039. Bedeáglian hwæt hé dearninga on hyge hogde heortan geþoncum, Gú. 1227. His heortan diégemesse hit geopenað, and þæs óðres heortan belocene hit þurhfærþ, Bt. 13 ; F. 38, 26. Ná swilce God nyte ǽlces mannes heortan, Angl. vii. 50, 496. VI. intent, will, desire, inclination: Adame his hyge hwyrfde and his heorte ongann wendan tó hire willan, Gen. 716. Selle ðé Dryhten efter heortan ðínre (cf. ðínum willan, Ps. Th.), Ps. Srt. 19, 5. Utan ealle ánmódre heortan georne úrum Drihtne cwéman, Ll. Th. i. 424, 14. Eallum þám þe his líchoman mid éstfulre heortan séceað, Chr. 1023 ; P. 156, 25. VII. disposition, temperament, character Ðwerre heortan (qui) peruersi cordis (est ), Kent Gl. 612. For eówer heortan heardnesse hé eów wrát þis bebod, Mk 10, 5. Ic eom bilwite and eádmód on heortan, Mt. ii. 29. Oferhýdegum eágum, unsædre heortan, nolde ic mid þǽm men mínne mete ðicgean superbo oculo et insatiabili corde, cum hoc simul non edebam, Ps. Th. 100, 5. Hé hæfde heortan unhneáweste hringa gedáles, Vid. 73. Sumum hé syleð monna milde heortan, Crä. 108: Alm. 2. VIII. the seat of the emotions generally — Him mæg beón þe glædre his heorte, Angl. viii. 317, 39. Heorte mín áhlyhheð, Ps. Th. 85, ii. Ys mé on hreðre heorte gedréfed, 54, 4: 68, 21: 101, 4. Heorte ys onhǽted, Jud. 87. Þá þióstro þínre heorian (þínre gedréfednesse, Bt. 6 ; F. 14, 30) willað mínre leóhtan láre wiðstondan, Met. 5, 21. Hé heortan sorge wæg, B. 2463. God mæg gehǽlan hygesorge heortan mínre, Cri. 174: GB. 1178. Hé geblissað on his heortan, Ex. 4, 14. Búte him ǽr cume hreáw tó heortan, Met. 18, II Wǽron heaðowylmas heortan getenge, Exod. 148 : Dan. 629 : Ps. Th. 101, 4. Him wæs leóht sefa heortan néh, An. 1254. Hit wyrs ne mæg on þínum hyge hreówan þonne hit mé æt heortan déð, Gen. 826. Þæt wæs torn were hefig æt heortan, 980: Cri. 500: 1494. Is mín mód gehǽled, hyge ymb heortan gerúme, Gen. 759 : 354. He hafað wérige heortan, se. 'an sorhfulne, Sal. 377. IX. the seat of love or affection Þǽr þín goldhord is, þǽr is þín heorte (hearta, L., eorta, R.), Mt. 6, 21. Utan God lufian innewerdre heortan, Ll. Th. i. 350, 9. Heó cwæð heó hine ne nánne habban wolde mid líchoman (lichom-licre, v. l. licre is written above an) heortan (with camal affection ?), Chr. 1067; P. 201, 19. X. the seat of courage Hige sceal þe heardra, heorte þe cénre, mód sceal þe máre be úre mægen lytlað, By. 312: B. 2561. Getrymed is heorte his, Ps. Srt. III, 8. Heard heortan geþóht habban, Kl. 43. Hé sent on eów forhte heortan, Deut. 28, 65. Herd hige þínne, heortan staðola, An. 1215. Heardrǽdne hyge, heortan strange, Gen. 2348. Hí beóð heortum þý hwærran, Rä. 27, 20. XI. the seat of the intellectual faculties Eálá dysegan and on heortan læte, Lk. 24, 25. Hé áblende hyra eágan and áhyrde hyra heortan, hí ne geseón mid hyra eágon and mid hyra heortan ne ongyton, Jn. 12, 40. Drihten eów ne sealde undergitende heortan, Deut. 29, 4. XII. the central part of anything Byð mannes sunu on eorðan heortan þrý dagas and þreó niht, Mt. 12, 40. XIII. in phrases with prepositions. 1. æt heortan in (one's) inmost thoughts Heó wuldorcyning herede æt heortan, Jul. 239. 2. in (on) heortan in (one's) inmost thoughts Gyf se yfela þeówa þencð on his heortan and cwyð, 'Mín hlafurd uferað his cyme,' Mt. 24, 48: Leás. 6. Abraham hlóh cweðende on his heortan, 'Wenst þú . . . ', Gen. 17, 17 : Ps. Th. 52, l (cf. on his móde, 13, l). Hé in breóstum þá gít herede in heortan heofonríces weard, An. 52. Ic herge in heortum (-an?) heofonrlces weard, GO. 583. (2 a) on ealre heortan with all (one's) heart :-- Ic andete Drihtne on ealre mínre heortan (in toto corde meo), Ps. Th. 9, l. 3. mid . . . heortan with (all) one's heart, with great sincerity or devotion Þæt wé mid heortan hǽlo sécen, Cri. 752. Fæder and móder freó þú mid heortan, Fä. 9. Hé gebǽrð suá geðyldelíce suelce hé hit hæbbe mid ealre heortan forlǽten, Past. 225, 18. Gelýfst ðú mid ealre heortan ?, Hml. Th. i. 420, 35 Ne herede heó hine nó mid wordum ánum, ac mid ealre heortan, Bl. H. 13, 6. Biddað mid inweardre heortan ðysne apostol, Hml. Th. i. 68, 8. Ic þe mid ealre innancundre heortan (in toto corde meo) séce, Ps. Th. 118, 10. ¶ Cf. the use of the instrumental case :-- Inwerdre heortan biddan, Ll. Th. i. 312, 23. XIV. in the phrase in heortan and heortan with duplicity In heortan and heortan spreocende syndun ðá yflan in corde et corde locuti sunt mala, Ps. Srt. II, 3. v. hát-heorte.
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