hol
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hol
hollow. AddHol cava (or under hol a hole ?), Wrt. Voc. ii. 120, 63. Holum cavo , 21, 60. I. having a void space within Ræsde án nǽddre of holum treówe, Shrn. 144, 27. Þú nymst ánne holne hláf (a loaf with the crumb taken out?) tolles tortam panis unius crustulam , Ex. 29, 23. Séc án hol treów (cavam arborem ) and bring mé þá hrægl þé þú þǽr inne finde, Gr. D. 202, 23. Befleáh hé in sum hol treów and hine sylfne áhýdde, 293, 14. On þone holan æsc, C. D. B. ii. 247, 4. Leápas hole (c?)orbes cauatos , Germ. 396, 146. II. having a cavity or depression in the surface Holan beorges burna, C. D. i. 317, 19. Mín þegn funde wæter in ánum holan stáne (in lapide concauo ), Nar. 8, 3. Fram kincges stáne úp tó holan stáne, C. D. v. in, 2. III. concave, arched Holum stánum fornicibus , Wrt. Voc. ii. 40, 5. IV. deeply excavated or depressed, of a valley, road, &c. Tó ðám holan móre ; andlang ðæs holan móres, C. D. B. ii. 247, 1. Æt holan cumbe, C. D. iii. 327, 15. Tó holan díc, v. 365, 31. On holan dene, iv. 108, 27. On holan weg, v. 302, 37. IV a. lying in a hollow or depression , of a stream, pool, &c. :-- On holan bróc, C. D. iv. 95, 36; : 287, 37. On holan ford, iii. 436, 12. In fontem holan wielle, 379, 10. And lang eá tó holan wylle, v. 302, 36. V. of the shape of a vessel or plant Holo pannae patena, holo ponne paneta, Txts. 86, 784. (Cf. M. E. hol basin in contrast with flat basin. v. N. E. D. hol basin, s. v. holl.) Hole cersan, Lch. ii. 78, 26. Þá holan cersan, 34, 9. [v. N. E. D. holl.]
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