hrace
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hrace
Add: [A dat. fem. hraca occurs in Kent. Gl.: this might = hrace from a strong hracu, or might = hracá = hracan. In the same glossary the nom. is hraca] I. of living creatures Hrace gula, Wrt. Voc. ii. 40, 46. Hrace ł þrotu guttur, Ps. L. Spl. Rdr. Vos. 5, 11: Ps. Rdr. Vos. 13, 3. Hraece, Ps. Srt. 5, 11. Hraecae, 13, 3. Hraca, Ps. Cam. 5, 11: 13, 3. Raca ł þrotu, Ps. L. 13, 3. Mín hraca guttur meum, Kent. Gl. 234. Ðínre hraca gutturi tuo, 29: 157. In hreacan his, Ps. Srt. 113, 7. Hracan, 134, 17. Hracan (hræcean, lxx, 8) guttori, Lch. i. lxxiv, 9. Fram eallum þám þigenum þe hracan oþþ innoþ tó miclum luste getýhþ ab omnibus quae ventris et gutturis provocant appetitum, R. Ben. 138, 14. Hracan fauces, Wrt. Voc. ii. 39, 56. II. of places, a gorge, narrow outlet at the upper end of a valley(?) Anlang cumbes hracan (cf. andlang cumbes tó ðæs cumbes heáfde, 434, 35), C. D. iii. 440, 22. [v. N. E. D. rake.]
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