hínan
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hínan
Take here hýnan in Dict. , and add: I. to humble, humiliate Ðý lǽs hé his eáðmódnesse forleóse, geðence hé dæt hé bið self swíðe gelíc ðǽm ilcan monnum þe hé ǽr ðreátað and hiénð, Past. 116, 16. II. to treat with dishonour, degrade, insult Hé hié for þǽre gewilnunga swíþe bismrade, and bebeád hié mon on ǽlce healfe hiénde . . ., and bebeád mon áfylde deófolgielda þá cirican spreta legatione sacras aedes repleri statuis imperavit, Ors. 6, 3; S. 258, 6. III. with the idea of violence. 1. to conquer, subject Læssan sige hæfð sé sé ðe burhware ofercymð, for ðon him bióð fremde ðá ðe hé ðǽr hínd and ðreátað minor enim est victoria urþium, quia extra sunt quae subiguntur, Past. 218, 19. Þá hié mon slóg and hiénde and on óþru land sealde populis bello victis, pretio vinditis, Ors. 5, l; 8. 214, 13. 2. to oppress, afflict Hé cóm tó ánre byrig Bosor geháten, on ðǽre wǽron ðá hǽðenan þe hýndon his mágas (cf. many of their brethren were shut up in Bosor, i. Macc. 5, 26), Hml. S. 25, 414. 3. to lay low, destroy, a. the object a person, α. of the action of an individual Næs his hergiung on þá fremdan áne, ac hé gelíce slóg and hiénde þá þe him on siml wǽron mid farende. Hé ofslóg Amintas and his bróðor and Parmenion and Filiotes . . . and monege óþre . . . and Clitus nec minor ejus in suos crudelitas, quam in hostem rabies fuit. Docent hoc Amyntas occisus, fratres ejus necati, Parmenio et Philotas trucidati . . . multique exstincti, Clilus . . . interfectus, Ors. 3, 9 ; S. 130, 19-24. Sum óðer hine wolde slán on his heáfde mid heardum ísene, ac wǽpen wand áweg mid þám slege of þæs réðan handum þe hine hýnan wolde. Hml. Th. ii. 510, 23 : By. 324. β. of the operations of troops Se eahteþa dǽl þára legion . . . angunnan hergean and hiénan þá þe hié friþian sceoldon octavo legio . . . omnes, quibus subsidio praeerat, interfecit, Ors. 4, 1; S. 160, 10. b. the object a thing, to lay waste, destroy, a. the subject personal Hí hendon and hergedon Godes cyrican and yfeledon and slóg in crístene men uastari ecclesias, affligi interficique Christianas praeceperunt, Bd. I. 6; Sch. 18, 16. Noldon ðá hǽðenan þám bálgan geðafian þæt hé swá hálig treów ǽfre hýnan sceolde (cf. hí ne mihton on heora móde findan treów forcurfe, Hml. S. 31, 395), Hml. Th. ii. 508, 26. β. of the operations of nature Hé gebæd , . . God forgeáfe þǽre eorðan rénas, for þan ðe se hǽða þá hýnde ðá eorðan, Hml. S. 14, 168. IV. to accuse From hénendum ab accusatoribus, Jn. p. 5, 9.
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