hladan
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hladan
Add:I. to load a vessel with a freight Wæs naca hladen herewǽdum, mearum and máðmum, B. 1897. II. to load, furnish abundantly with something. 1. the object a person. a. the thing material Goldhladen þegn, Fins. 13. b. the thing non-material Guma gilphlæden, B. 868. 2. the object a thing Hærfest wæstmum hladen, Men. 142. Windhladen (q. v.) ventuosus. III. to put as a burden, freight, or cargo, to load something on a porter or vehicle Ic mé [on] hrycg hlade, þæt ic habban sceal, Rä. 4, 65, Hý ne móston on bǽl hladan leófne mannan, B. 2126. Ic gefrægen hond reáfian ... ánne mannan, him on bearm hladan búnan and discas sylfes dóme, 2775. Ongunnon stígan on wægn weras, and hyra wicg somod hlódan under hrunge, Rä. 23, 10. IV. to draw; haurire Nómun, hlódun auserunt, Wrt. Voc. ii. 101, 28. 1. to draw water (lit. or fig.) Gé hladaþ wæteru of wyllum haurietis aquas de fontibus, Ps. L. fol. 184 a. Ðonan hine hlódan hálge, Past. 467, 32. Hladað iów nú drincan, 469, 7. Ne in huon ðú hlada hæfis ðú neque in quo haurias habes, Jn. L. 4, 11. Úp hladen exantlamus, hauriamus, Hpt. Gl. 418, 33. Tó hladanne dæt wæter, Past. 373, 9. Tó ladanne (hladanne, R.), Jn. L. 4, 7. 2. to draw breath Swá þæs hálgan wæs ondlongne dæg oroð úp hlæden, Gú. 1252. 3. to draw, obtain favour, inspiration, &c. Hé hlet hauriet (salutem ), Kent. Gl. 282. 4. to scoop out grain from a vessel Hig worhton him áne anlícnesse þe on ðáre strǽte stód, and mid ðáre swíðran hand þone hwǽte hlód, and mid þám winstran fét þá mittan træd, Ap. Th. 10, 13.
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