hin-síþ
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hin-síþ
Add:Heard wæs hinsíð . . . þe hý æt þám beorge blídne f[u]ndon hard had been (Christ's) death (on the cross) . . . . .which at the grave (cf. for the meaning of beorg : Wéndon þæt hé on þám beorge bídan sceolde ána in þǽre eásterniht, 14) they found to be joyous (cf. exierunt de monumento magno gaudio, Mt; 28, 8), Hö. 7. as a gloss to exitus f :-- In síðas exitus (the passage is : Sicut euidentius rerum exitus probauit, Bd. 1, 14. Perhaps the glosses took the word to be plural and used in the sense 'end of life', and intended to express the idea by hinsíðas. Cf. insíðgryre for hinsíðgryre, Sae. 456), Txts. 181, 39.
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