hleápan
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hleápan
In the last passage for 452 read 482, and add: I. to run, go hastily or with violence, rush Hí gebundon þone bysceop be þám fótum on sumne fearr, and þone gegremedon hé hleóp on unsméðe eorðan, Shrn. 152, l. Hér Ródbert þæs cynges sunu hleóp fram his fæder, Chr. 1079; P. 213, 32. Hleópon (so in the [facsimile of the] MS. , not hleówon) hornboran, hreópan friccan, El. 54. Gif hé út hleápe . . . And gif mon þone hláford teó hé be his rǽde út hleópe, Ll. Th. i. 282, 2-5. II. to jump, spring Hé áwearp his hrægl him of and hleóp on ðone mere (cf. hé unscrýdde hine sylfne and scǽt intó ðám mere, Hml. S. II. 211), Shrn. 62, 9. II a. to leap on to a horse; hleápan úp to mount: v. hleápere; II. Hleóp ascendit (equum), An. Ox. 2142. Þá hét ic þá hors gerwan and eóredmen hleápan úp imperaui equitibus ut ascen-derent equos , Nar. 21, 22. III. to spring up and down, jump about. v. hleápettan Hé geféng his swíðran, árǽrde hine upp, and hé hleóp sóna cunnigende his féðes hweðer hé cúðe gán (apprehensa manu ejus dextera, allevavit eum . . . Et exsiliens stetit, et ambulabat , Acts 3, 8), Hml. S. 10, 32. IV. of non-material things, where there is rapid extension, to mount up at a bound Mín unriht mé hlýpð nú ofer heáfod iniquitates meae superposuerunt caput meum , Ps. Th. 37, 4. v. oþ-hleápan.
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