hírsumian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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hírsumian
Take here hýrsumian in Dict., and add Hýrsumian obtemperare, Wrt. Voc. ii. 63, 8. Hírsumiendum parentibus, 67, 28. I. to obey a person Hérsumað obedit (malus linguae iniquae ), Kent. Gl. 589. Hérsumað optemperat (fallax labiis mendacibus ), 590. Be ðám ðæt ǽlc óðrum hýrsumige ut obedientes sibi sint invicem fratres, R. Ben. 130, 10, 14. Gif gé hæfdon geleáfan ... hit hýrsumode (obediret) eów, Lk. 17, 6. I a. to obey a person in authority, civil or ecclesiastical :-- Hú ðá kyningas Godes ǽrendwrecum hérsumedon (hír-, v. l. ), Past. 3, 6. Þæt ealle Rómáne him (the senate ) hírsumeden, Ors. 2, 4; S. 72, 4. Drihten cwyð, 'Of eáres hlyste hé hýrsumode (obedivit ) mé,' R. Ben. 19, 21. Ðá kyningas Gode hérsumedon (hír-, v. l.), Past. 3, 6. I b. of a people, to be subject to another :-- Þæt Crécisce and þæt Affricanisce wǽron swá swá hié him hiérsumedon and him underþiéded wǽre, Ors. 2, 1; S. 60, 8. II. to obey a thing. 1. an order, injunction Gebudon him Perse þæt hié hæfden iii winter sibbe wiþ hié (rex Persarum quiescere in pace Graeciam praecepit) ... Hié þá lustlíce þǽre sibbe hírsumedan (they submitted to the peace imposed upon them ), Ors. 3, 1; S. 94, 26. 2. a feeling, desire, an impulse, &c. Hí ágenum lustum and heora gítsunge fyliað and hýrsumiað propriis voluptatibus et gule illecebris servientes, R. Ben. 9, 24. Þæt hé ágenum lustum ne hýrsumige non voluptatibus suis obediens, 20, 12. III. to serve Gif hé tóbræc ǽnig þing on þǽre hýrsumnesse þe hé on hýrsumode, áþer on kycenan ..., oðþe on ǽnigum óðerum craefte þe hé mid líchomlicum geswince on hýrsumode, R. Ben. 71, 16-72, 1. III a. to serve God, follow a religious life :-- Twégen hálige menn þe hýrsumedon Gode on ancersettle wuniende, Chr. 1086; P. 218, 33.
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