hínþ
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hínþ
hínþu, hínþo. Take here hýnþ in Dict. , and add: I. misery, poverty Sume beóþ wídcúþe on heora gebyrdum, ac hi beóþ mid wǽdle and mid hénþe (hǽnþe, v. l.) ofþrycte, him wǽre leófre hí wǽran unæþele þonne swá earme hunc nobilitas notum facit, sed angustia rei familiaris inclusus esse mallei ignotus, Bt. 11, I ; F. 30, 33. Ðiós of hénðum ł unspo d (hénðum ł unspoedum, R. ) hire sende haec de penuria sua misit, Mk. L. 12, 44. II. hurt, injury, destruction :-- Hié fæstor tósomne beóð gefégde tó gódra monna hiénðe in bonorum gravius nece glomerantur. Past. 361, 21. Hýnðe (vitae) detrimento, i. dispendio, An. Ox, 3156. Is geswenced of hénðe (innocens) afflictus est damno, Kent. Gl. 811. Hénðo damnum (sustinebi, qui impatiens est), 704. Hýnða damna [rerum formidans), An. Ox. 2993. Ic heóld nú nigon geár wið ealle hýnða þínes fæder gestreón, Hml. S. 9, 42.
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