hetol
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hetol
Add:I. applied to persons. 1. of disposition, malignant Se (Jove) wearð hetol feónd (hetol and þrymlic, Sal. K. p. 121, 24). Héé and wolde hine forfaran georne, Wlfst. 106. 9. hetole wíf (Jezebel), Hml. S. 18, 194. Leódhatan hetele. Wlfst. 310, 4. Ðá hǽðenan þe him hetole wǽron, Hml, S. 25, 685. Cwǽdon þá weardmenn tó þám hetelum Júdéiscum, Hml. A. 79, 176. Þá hǽðengildon þe þǽr heteloste wǽron, Hml. S. 29, 166. 2. of appearance, having a malicious expression, that shows ill-will Se níðfulla wer wyrð geswutelod ðurh his hátheortnysse on hetolum andwlitan, Hex. 46, 31. II. of an animal, ferocious, v. hetolness; II. Hetelum rabidis, i. ferocibus (molossi rictibus). An. Ox. 3640. III. of punishment, severe. Cf. hetollíce; II. Sý hé gewítnod mid hetolre steóre, R. Ben 67, 16. v. un-hetol.
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