hlinc
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hlinc
Add:I. a bank separating strips of arable land on a slope (v. Seebohm, Vill. Comm. p. 5), a bank forming a boundary Andlang ðæs hlinces on ðára þreóre acra ende, C. D. v. 71, 6. Tó þæs niþærlangan hlincæs eástendæ; andlang hlincæs út on eá, 243, 3. Úp oð landscare hlinc; fram ðám hlinche, iii. 434, 3. Andlang mǽrfyrh on ðane wón hlinc; of ðǽm wón hlince tó wege; andlang weges tó mǽrhlince; andlang mǽrhlinces . . . on ðone mǽrhlinc; ðonne andlang mǽrhlinces oð ðára þreóra æcera heáfod; ðonne eft be ðára þreóra æcera heáfdum on óðerne mǽrhlinc, 414, 9-21. Of twelf ækeran út forð bufon scortan hlince æt ðæs fúrlanges ende, v. III, 6. Tó ðám hlince . . . tó mearc-hlince, vi. 33, 20. On bibban hlincg norðæweardnæ; ðonan be ðára æcere handheáfdum, v. 256, 14. On wyrðhlinc; of wyrðhlinc, iii. 76, 36. Andlang ðére ealdan landsceare oð þornhlinc; of þornhlinh on-dinnes hlinch; of dinnes hlince, vi. 36, 11-13. On þone hlinc bufan Friþelinga díc to the lynk above Frythelyng dyche; ad marginem superius Frythelyng dyche (late versions), C. D. B. ii. 260, 34. I a. land separated by banks (?) :-- Tó burchlinken, C. D. iii. 409, 29. On burh-hlincas; of burhhlincun, 396, 14. II. a rising ground, ridge Tó hǽðhylle; ðonon on stánhlinces ende, C. D. iii. 82, 6. Andlang hlinces on þæt súþheáfod; þonne ádúne on þæt slæd, 414, 2. Of hlinces heáfod, 420, 27 : v. 217, 21. On ðæs hlincæs norðændæ; ðæt andlang hlincæs súð on ðæs cumbæs heáfod ; ðonon on ðæs hlincæs wæstændæ, 242, 30-33. Be wirtrune on hlinches bróc, iii. 410, 5. On earnes hlingc; of earnes hlince, 412, 31. Úp ofer deórhlinc; of ðám hlince tó ðám beorge, 420, 24. Swá seó Læfer scǽt tó bealdan hlince (cf. scǽt on Byrhtferðes hlǽw, 15), 431, II. On steápan hlince; of steápan hlince, 82, 4. Andlang weges tó fearnhlince, v. 147, 29. On ðonæ miclan hlinc; of ðám hlincæ on ðonæ ford, 256, 17. On clofenan hlinc (cf. oð ðone tóbrocenan beorg ðe ðǽr is tóclofen, ii. 251, 6 : æt ðám litlan tóclofenan beorge, iii. 421, 9), v. 179, 27. Ofer dúne on meós-hlinc westeweardne; ðonne ádúne on ðá ýfre, ii. 172, 26. On cealdan hlinc westeweardne; þonne on wyrtrum oþ cealdan hlinc eásteweardne; on wyrtrum þonne gít norð, C. D. B. iii. 682, 13. Of ðǽre ǽc tó stánhlincan, C. D. iii. 78, 36. [v. N. E. D. linch, link.] v. mǽr-hlinc, stán-hlinc.
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