hleór
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hleór
Add:I. a cheek Lege þíne hand brálinga tó þínum hleóre, Tech. ii. 121, 3. Leóre 120, 27. Lege þú þíne swýðran hand underþín hleór, 121, 5. Stryc þú mid þínum twám scytefingran andlang þínra hleóra, 119, 18; 129, 6. On hleórum on the cheeks (of a badger ), Rä. 16, 4. Ic bidde gé wylspringas ontýnan on hleórum . . . dreórige hleór (moestam faciem ) drecab mid wópe, Dóm. L. 26-35. Hleór genas , Wrt. Voc. ii. 42, 20. II. a face Hleór frons, Txts. 64, 438: facies , Wrt. Voc. ii. 36, 44. Hleór vel wlita frons , 151, 4. Mín þrowade heáfod hearmslege, hleór geþolade árleásra spátl, Cri. 1435. Hé hét hí mid handum sleán on hleór heó hlýdan ne sceolde, Hml. S. 8, 70. Hé legde hleór on eorðan cecidit in faciem suam , Gen. 2337. S. gegrípeð feónd be þám fótum, lǽteð foreweard hleór on strangne stán and stregdað tóðas. Sal. 113. [v. N. E. D. leer.]
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