huntaþ
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huntaþ
Add:I. hunting, the chase Bið gód huntoð on þám mónþe, Lch, iii. 182, Se cyng, for þan hé of huntaþe (-oþe, v. l.) cóm (uenerat enim de uenatu), gestód æt þám fýre and hine wyrmde, Bd. 3, 14; Sch. 258, 17 : Gen. 27, 30. Hé férde út on huntað mid eallum his werode . . .þá geseah hé micelne floc heorta, and hé ðá gestihte his werod . . . hú hí on þone huntað fón sceoldon. Þá hí ealle ymb þone huntað ábysgode wǽron . . . , Hml. S. 30, 25-28. II. what is taken by hunting, venison (cf. N. E. D. hunt, sb. 2 b) Hwæt wæs sé þe mé ǽr bróhte of huntoðe and ic æt þǽrof? quis ille est qui dudum captam venationem attulit mihi et comedi ex omnibus ?, Gen. 27, 33, 31, 19. 25. v. huntnaþ.
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