hwǽte
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hwǽte
Add: corn, grain Of hwæte cœreri, Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 5. 1. as a plant a. growing Átió hé ǽrest of þám lande þá þornas, ... se hwǽte mæge ðý bet weaxan liberat arva prius fruticibus, ... ut nova fruge gravis Ceres eat, Bt. 23; F. 78, 23. Úre hwǽte and ealle úre eorþan wæstmas beóþ gebletsode, Bl. H. 51, 12. Hé oferseów hit mid coccele onmiddan þám hwǽte (in midle þæs hwǽtes, R. in medio tritici ), Mt. 13, 25. Þe lǽs gé þone hwǽte (triticum ) áwurtwalion, 29. b. gathered Gadriaþ þone hwǽte (hwéte, R., hwætte, L.), 33. 2. as part of the plant, a. the grain with the husk Heó ábæd án hrídder tó feormianne sumne dǽl hwǽtes (triticum ). Gr. D. 97, 3. hé eów hrídrude swá swá hwǽte, Lk. 22, 31. b. the grain separated from the chaff Corn huǽtes granum frumenti, Jn. L. 12, 24. Wæs hwǽtes wana tríticum deerat, Gr. D. 145, 9. Seó earc wæs hwǽtes full (frumento plena ), 158, 14. hé him hwǽtes (tritici ) gemet sylle, Lk. 12, 42. Hund mittena hwǽtes, 16, 7: Ap. Th. 10, 2. Hí þone hwǽte úp bǽron, 5. Huít corn sonuuald for huǽtte cuóm of heofnum, Jn. L. 6, 31 note on manna. Hé áfeormað his þyrscelflóre, and hé gegaderað his hwǽte on his bern; þá ceafu hé forbærnð, Mt. 3, 12. Hwǽtas sume [h]andlian untrumnysse getácnað frumenta aliqua trectare infirmitatem significat, Lch. iii. 204, 12. [The word occurs in local names, see C. D. vi. 304, col. 2.]
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