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Dele passage (Rá. 34, 5) in 1. 4, and add: I. as a human passion Wæs here and hete on gehwilcum ende oft and gelóme, Wlfst. 162, 14. Hit ná næs búton hete and gewinnum, Ors. 3, II ; S. 143, 17. Ic mé wið heora hete hýde, Ps. Th. 54, 12. Ne teó ic N. for hete ne for hóle, Ll. Th. i. 180, 10. Hé nam tó Malche fulne graman, and him mid eallum hete cídde, Hml. S. 23, 695. Hine þurh hete héngon fæderas ússe, El. 424. Hannibal gecýþde þone níþ and þone hete (odium) þe hé beforan his fæder geswór, Ors. 8; S. 186, 9. I a. an act or thought prompted by hate :-- Hé heom behét ǽlcne hete, Hml. S. 23, 230. Ðá ðóhton heatas in heortan qui cogitaverunt malitias in corde. Ps. Srt. 139, 3. II. used in reference to the Deity Him níð Godes. . . hete gesceóde, Dan. 620. Þú mé forlǽred hæfst on mínes herran hete, Gen. 819. II a. punishment that is due to God's anger :-- Þone mǽstan hete (magnas plagas) hé sent on eów. Deut. 28, 59. v. ellen-hete, sǽ-hete.
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