hruse
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hruse
l. hrúse, and add: I. the ground. 1. as a surface Crungon hergas tó hrúsan, Ruin. 30. Ðonne se forst tó hrúsan cymeð, Rä. 41, 55. Hwǽr seó ród wunige under hrúsan, El. 625. Se wínsele on hrúsan ne feól, B. 772. Þonne ic hrúsan trede, Rä. 8, 1. Hé hrycge sceal hrúsan sécan, 28, 11. (1 a) the floor of a subterranean place :-- Hwá wát on hwelcum hlǽwa Wélandes bán hrúsan þeccen?, Met. 10, 43 2. as a solid stratum Treów hrúsan fæst, Rún. 13. (2 a) as a place of burial or concealment :-- Hald þú, hrúse, eorla ǽhte, B. 2247. Heard gripe hrúsan, Ruin. 8. Se þeódsceaða heóld on hrúsan hordærna sum, B. 2279. Þonne flǽsc onginneð hrúsan ceósan tó gebeddan, Rún. 29. 3. as suitable for cultivation, soil, land Rén, hagal and snáw hrúsan leccað (cf. leccaþ þá eorþan, Bt. 39, 13; F. 234, 16) on wintres tíd; or þǽm eorðe onféhð eallum sǽdum, gedéð hí grówað, Met. 29, 64. (3 a) as productive :-- Ic (a spear ) on wonge áweóx, wunode þǽr mec féddon hrúse and heofonwolcn, Rä. 72, 2. Þonne God lǽteð hrúsan syllan bléda beornum, Rún. 12. II. the world we live in. 1. dry land as opposed to sea Ic holmmægne biþeaht hrúsan styrge, Rä. 3, 9. 2. earth as opposed to the material heaven Sé ðe heofon worhte, hrúsan swylce, Ps. Th. 120, 2: 133, 4. III. the material of which the surface of the ground is composed, earth Hrúsan bið heardra, Rä. 81, 30. IV. earth as one of the four elements Ligeð him behindan hefig hrúsan dǽl (cf. sió hefige eorþe sit þǽr niþere, Bt. 39, 13; F. 234, 12), þeáh hit (fire ) hwílan ǽr eorðe sió cealde oninnan hire heóld, Met. 29, 53.
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