hlúd
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hlúd
Add:I. of sound, voice, &c. Hlúd herges cyrm, Exod. 107: An. 1158. Þeódegsa bið hlúd gehýred, cwániendra cirm, Cri. 835. Swég. . . hlúd, 492. Se dyne becóm hlúd of heofonum, Sat. 467 : 607. Stefn æfter cwóm hlúd, An. 740. Hlúd býman stefn, Cri. 949. Hlúd wóp, 999. Hlúdan reorde, Ps. Th. 92, 4. Hé dreám gehýrde hlúdne, B. 89. II. of a person, noisy, talkative, clamorous Hlúdgarrula (mulier), Kent. Gl. 188: clamosa (mulier ), 300. Wærwyrde sceal wísfæst hæle breóstum hycgan, nales breahtme hlúd, Fá. 58. Ne eom ic sylfa hlúd, Rä. 82, 1. III. of things. 1. of wind or water Winde gelícost þonne hé hlúd ástígeð, El. 1273. Wæter hlúd and undióp, Past. 469, 6. Sió hlúde ýð on ðǽ;re hreón sǽ, 437, 16. Ýþa hlúde, Ps. Th. 64, 7. 2. of material or instrument with which sound is made Þǽr bið hlúd wudu, Rä. 4, 24. Hlúdum argutis (fidibus) , An. Ox. 8, 309. Nǽfre mon þæs hlúde býman ábláweð ðæt ne sý seó beorhte stefn hlúdre, Dóm. 111. 3. of action that makes a sound, e. g. a blow, a crash Heard gebrec hlúd unmǽte. Cri. 954. Se micla anweald ðára yfelena gehríst swíþe fǽrlíce, swá swá greát beám on wyda wyrcð hlúdne dynt ðonne men lǽst wénaþ, Bt. 38, 2; F. 198, 9. Sé bið swéga mǽst and gebreca hlúdast, Rä. 4, 40. v. ofer-hlúd, un-hlúd.
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