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Add:I. as an abstract numeral Þrittig síðon seofon beóð twá hundred and týn ; feówertig síðon seofon beóð twá hundred and hundeahtatig; fíftig síðon seofon beóð þreó hundred and fíftig, Angl. viii. 303, 7-9. II. as substantive. 1. governing a gen. Half hundred fóðra cornes, C. D. iv. 263, 20. Cýswyrhtan gebyreð hundred cýse (-a ?) caseum facienti redden convenit centum caseos, Ll. Th. i. 438, 31. Hundraðes monna hláfard centurio, Mt. p. 15, 13: Mt. L. 8, 5. Heora man áhéng fifte healf hundred (hund, v. l. ), Ors. 5, 3; Th. 442, 34. Hundrað (hundteóntig, R. , hund, W. S.) scípa centum oves, Mt. L. 18, 12. Hundrað (hundred, R., hund, W. S.) scillinga centum denarios, 18, 28. Hundreð, Lk. R. 15, 4. Þǽr wæs þreó þúsend geréfena and þreó hundræd, Angl. xi. 4, 13. bið .xii. hund (hundred, v. l. ) sciłł., Ll. Th. i. 190, 3. Ðrím hundredum peninga trecentis denariis, Mk. R. 14, 5. Twá hundred and twéntig scił ł., Ll. Th. i. 366, 21. Hæfde hé sume hundred scipa, Bt. 38, 1; F. 194, 7. 2. a group of a hundred persons or objects Hí wurpon fela hundreda forð ofer þone weall, Hml. A. 68, 80. Ducentesimus sé ðe byd on ðám twám hundredum aftemyst, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 284, 1. Ofer ðrím hundradum tribunus bið forwost, Mk. L. 6, 21 marg. Hundredum centuriis (exercitus in centuriis et millibus conglobatos), An. Ox. 882. Ðerh hundrað (-eð, R.) per centenos, Mk. L. 6, 40. (2 a) used of things denoting value, where the thing is to be inferred. Cf. modern use of hundred = hundred pounds. Icel. hundrað -= 120 yards of wadmal :-- Béte man mid .vii. hundr. . béte man mid .vi. hundr . . . béte man mid hundr, Ll. Th. i. 292, 6-9. Lecge hé án . C. (unum hundretum) tó wedde . . . gilde án . C. , 296, 7-11. Ðá ðe wæstmiað, án ðrittig, . . . án hundrað (-eð R. ) qui fructificant unum trigenta . . . unum centum, Mk. L. 4, 20: 8. Wæstm gebrenges, ó ðer hundrað (hnndteóntig, R. , hundfealdne, W. S. ), Mt. L. 13, 23. Hundrað centesimum, 8. þreó [hundr]ed æt cwicum men, Ll. Lbm. 473, [4]. In Danelage per xviii hundreda, qui numerus cornplet septies XX. libras et 1111. ; forisfacturam enim hundredi Dani vocabant viii. libras, Ll. Th. 1. 454. 10-12. [As 15 óran are said to make a pound, the hundred seems to be the great hundred (= 120), and the óra to be the unit.] III. as adjective :-- Sé ðe hæfeð hundrað scíp (centum ones), Lk. L. 15, 4, Mid án hundred and twéntigum scillingum, Ll. Th. i. 360, 21. Mid penigum twǽm hundreðum denariis ducentis, Mk. R. 6, 37. Ðriim hundraðum scillingum, Mk. L. 14, 5. III a. as ordinal :-- Hundraðes ðæs nióða salmes centesimi noni psalmi, Mt. p. 19, 9. Twá hundredum and seofen and sixtigum fíftýne geáres getel olimpiade ducentesima sexagesima septima, An. Ox. 3036. IV. character uncertain In feng ðǽra fiscana hundrað fifltih ðriú in captura piscium centum quinquaginta trium, Jn. p. 8, 9. v. hund, hund-teóntig.
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