hungor
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hungor
Add: — Hungor fames vel popina, Wrt. Voc. i. 51, 3. I. the feeling caused by want of food Ne biþ þǽr hungor ne þurst, Bl. H. 65, 19. I a. exhaustion caused by want of food :-- Gif hé for hungre libban mæge, Ll. Th. i. 64, 13. Ib. lack of food (lit. or fig.) :-- Hungres fame, i. inedia (non te hordeo alam, sed paleis et fame conficiam, Aid. 34, 1), An. Ox. 2440. I b a. with gen. of food :-- Nee Hié lǽtað ðá sáwla ácwellan for hungre hira worda fame verbi animaepereant, Past. 377, 11. Ic. personified, An. 1089: 1116 (in Dict.). II. lack of food in a country, a famine Wæs geworden mycel hunger (-or, R. ) facta est magna fames, Lk. 4, 25. Hunger suíðe strong fames ualida, Lk. L. 15, 14. Cóm micel hǽte . . . þæt ealle eorðwæstmas . . . forwurdon . . . Æfter þǽm wearð se mǽsta hunger siccitas fuit, uí praesentis tunc fufnrique anni spem gignendis terrae fructibus abnegarit, Ors. 2, 6; S. 88. 17. Hié þæs hungres ne mehte hié gerestan fames Urbem corripuit, 2, 4; S. 70, 9. Hié for þǽm hungre þá burh werian ne mihton, Bl. H. 79, 16. Biðon monncwalmo and hungro erunt pestilentiae et fames, Mt. L. 24, 7 : Lk. L. 21, 11. Wé geáxiað hungras wexende, Bl. H. 109, 1. III. a strong desire, craving Hit wirð gewundod mid ðǽm hungre ð æs nyðemestan and ðæs fúlestan geðóhtes cupiditatis infimae fame sauciatur, Past. 283, 17. þonne wé beóþ mid mycclum hungre yfelra geþóhta ábisgode, 61. H. 19, 15. III. a. a craving for something (gen. ) Hit hæfð ðæs sníde micelne hunger, Past. 283, 20.
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