hón
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hón
Add:I. to place a thing so that it is supported from above Mon héhþ ǽnne heáfodbeáh æt ærneweges ende, Bt. 37, 2; F. 188, 8. Hí gedydon ánne scyld and áne anlícnysse, and áhéngon (héngon, v. l. ) hí úp on heora Capitolium, Ors. 6, 25 ; Bos. 125, 2. Gá án mǽden-man tó and hó hit on his sweóran, Lch. iii. 42, 10. II. to suspend on a cross or gibbet as a punishment Gif wíteþeów hine forstalie, hó hine mon, Ll. Th. i. 118, 6. Sleá man hine, oþþe hó, swá man þá yldran ǽr dyde, 242, 6. III. to let droop or bend downward Þæt heáfod hó ofdúne, Lch. ii. 18, 14. IV. to put clothing on Gif þú . . . cláþa þe má on hæfst (héhst, v. l. ) þonne þú þurfe, Bt. 14, l ; F. 42, 15. v. ofer-hón, ymb-hón.
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