hogian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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hogian
Add:I. to think, have such and such thoughts Gif ne eáðmódlíce ic hogade si non humiliter sentiebam, Ps. Srt. 130, 2. I a. with an object, to hove as an object of thought :-- Gé on heortan hogedon inwit, Ps. Th. 57, 2. II. to be wise, prudent, &c. Ne hogedon ongeatan noa sapuerunt intellegere , Ps. Srt. ii. p. 195, 1. Dysge hwílum hogiað stulti aliquando sapite , 93, 8. III. to think about, employ thought about a matter Þú tó lyt hogedest ymbe þone ende þínes lífes, Wlfst. 260, 20. Hé lihthwón hogode embe his sáwle þearfe, Hml. S. 26, 243. Seó burhwaru orsorhlíce wæs underðeódd flǽsclicum lustum, and hwónlíce hogode ymbe ðá tóweardan yrmða, Hml. Th. i. 404, 32. Hwilce méde hæfde hé for þám hé swá holdlíce hogode embe mé ? quid pro hac fide praemii consecutus est? Hml. A. 98, 218. IV. to take thought in order to do something, busy oneself Reádre deáge ceácan on heore wísan deágian hogaþ rubro stibio mandibulos suatim fucare satagit , An. Ox. 1209. Hogiaþ satagunt (ornamentis vestium decor art ), 5121. Mid ðám þe ic hogode helpan þínum wífe while I was busy trying to help your wife , Hml. S. 36, 363. Hogede satageret , An. Ox. 4218. V. to take heed, take care to secure a result Hogode curauit (pastor et foeminas prohibere ), An. Ox. 5160. Nú sceole wé hogian mid mycelre gýmene úre líf beó swá gelógod úre ende endige on God, Hml. S. 16, 5. Wé sceolon carfullíce hogian þæt wé tó ðǽre écan freólstíde becumon, Hml. Th. i. 548, 4. VI. to have anxious thought, be anxious, troubled Hé swíðe hogað and geómerað hine swá gebundenne ligatum se uehementer ingemiscat , Bd. I. 27 ; Sch. 97, 21. Hí ne hogodon ná þeáh hí eallunga hyre sáwle ádwǽscton, Gr. D. 73, 18. Se apostol hogiende and geómriende cwæð gemebat dicens , Bd. l, 27 ; Sch. 98, 4. VII. where thought implies intention, purpose, endeavour, v. hogung Hogiende (? printed hogcende) im-minens , Germ. 392, 41. 1. with acc. Gif þæt mód mid ðwyrlicum geðóhtum hogað óðrum dara, Hml. Th. i. 412, 28. Hogiende, serwiende molientes (aliud argumenti genus ). An. Ox. 2939. 2. with infin. ofer byð ic hohgie gedélan, Solil. H. 35, 19. Snytrian hog[iað], menegiaþ philosophari decreuimus , An. Ox. 5393. Hogode molirelur (euertere ), 3446. Wæccum hoga geþeódan fæstenu uigiliis stude copu-lare ieiunia , Scint. 55, 10. Hogige ælmyssan syllan studeat eleemosynam dare, 110, I. Hogede leoþewǽcan mitigare nileretur, An. Ox. 3803 : moliretur , 4230. 3. with clause Gefirn ic hyt hohgode ic hine sceolde forseón, Solil. H. 35, 12. Ic hohggode ic scolde nán habban, 36, 10. Ic on móde mínum hogade þæt ic wolde tóworpan bearn Hélendes, Sat. 84. Hogien[dum] nitentibus (ut . . . ), An. Ox. 4374. 4. with preposition Hí on heortan hogedon tó níðe, Ps. Th. 77, 20. Hí tó swice hogedon, 82, 3. [v. N. E. D. how, howe.]
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