hleóþor
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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hleóþor
In bracket at end read O. H. Ger. hliodar, and add: I. a sound, noise Ongan þǽr beón gehýred swýþe mycel swég and hleóðor swylce þǽr wǽre sum mycel mænigo in gangende coepit quasi cujusdam magnae multitudinis ingredientis sonitus audiri , Gr. D. 284, 24. Hleóðor gryrelic, An. 1553. II. the sound of a bell or musical instrument, voice of the trumpet Hyre is on fóte fæger hleóðor, wynlicu wóðgiefu, Rä. 32, 17. For þǽre bellan hleóðre (ad sonum tintinnabuli) hé ongǽte hwænne Rómánus him þone hláf bróhte. Gr. D. 99, 5. Gehýrde heó cúðne swég and hleóðor heora bellan audiuit notum campanae sonum , Bd. 4, 23 ; Sch. 477, 16. Ðeáh ðe . . . ánra gehwylc . . . hæbbe gyldene býman on múðe, and ealra býmena gehwylc hæbbe .xii. hleóðor, and hleóðra gehwylc sý heofone heárre and helle deópre, ðonne géna ðæs hálgan cantices se gyldena organ hé hý ealle ofer-hleóðeð, Sal. K. p. 152, 7-12. III. thr sound produced by the mouth of an animate creature, voice Þá wróhtsmiðas hleóðrum brugdon, hwílum swá wilde deór cirmdon, hwílum cyrdon eft on mennisc híw breahtma mǽste, Gú. 878. 1. voice of a rational being a. in speech Him stýran cwóm stefn of heofonum, wuldres hleóðor, word æfter spræc, Exod. 417 : An. 740. Wæs stefn geworden, seó forðgelǽd-dum hleóðre swá gecleopode and þus cwæð vox facta est, quae producto sonitu clamaret, dicens , Gr. D. 53, 23. Hé ne meahte ellensprǽce hleóðor áhebban, Gú. 1129. Hé þurh hleóðor ábeád ege earmum gǽstum, 657. Hié tóhlódon hleóðrum gedǽlde . . . siððan metod tóbrǽd monna sprǽce, Gen. 1693. ¶ where a thing is personified :-- Ic (a horn ) wæs wǽpenwiga . . . hwílum ic tó hilde hleóðre bonne wilgehléðan, Rä. 15, 4. b. in song Þæs sealmsanges hleóðor and dreám psalmodiae sonitus , Gr. D. 286, 2. Ðonne wit song áhófan. . , hlúde bi hearpan hleóðor swinsade, Víd. 105. Engla hleóðres (cf. Engla þreátas sigeleóð sungon, 1289), Gú. 1293. 2. voice, note of a bird Ic þurh múð sprece . . . hleóðres ne míðe, Rá. 9, 4. Dyde ic mé tó gomene ganetes hleóðor, Scef. 20. Þonne hé gehérað hleóðrum brægdan óðre fugelas, hí heora ágene stefne styriað, Met. 13, 47. v. efen-, swég, word-hleóþor ; ge-, ofer-, unge-hleóþor; adj.
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