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Add:I. an indefinite space of time Næs þá nán hwíl tó þám þæt . . . nec mora . . . , Guth. Gr. 139, 3. Næs þá nǽnig hwíl tó þan sóna swá hí út eódon, þá geségon hí þone hræfn nec mora, egredi-entes conspiciunt corvum , 144, 15 : 145, 23. Næs þá nǽnig hwíl tó þan sóna swá hé wæs mid þám gyrdele begyrd confestim ut se cingulo illius succinxit , 148, 7: 154, 22. On ðáre gǽlinge ðe hé ðá hwíle ámierreð, Past. 39, I. Uncúð bið ǽghwylcum ánum men . . . hwilce hwíle hine wille Drihten hér on worlde lǽtan. Bl. H. 125, 9. ¶ in oblique cases, alcne or with other words, with adverbial force. 1. acc. a. alone Ne racantégum hwíle (jam ) ǽnig mon hine mæhte gibinda, Mk. R. L. 5, 3. Ic hwíle wæs Heodeninga scop, Deór. 36. b. with an adverb Þá þe hwíle ǽr edwít þoledon, Jud. 214. Þá wítu ðe ic nú hwíle (now for a time, already ) þolode, Solil. H. 12, 4. c. with a qualifying word α. pronominal (demonst. or indef.) Þaacute; hwíle donec, i. dum, Wülck. Gl. 251, 9: dum , 21. Heora nǽnig þá bǽre þá hwíle (the while, meanwhile ) áhóf, Bl. H. 153, 3. Ic nát hú nyt ic þá hwíle beó þe ic þás word sprece, Ors. 4, 13: S. 212, 26. His ríce hé heard-líce werode þá hwíle (hwíla, v. l. ) þe his tíma wæs, Chr. 1016 ; P. 149, 2. Sume hwíle paulisper , An. Ox. 4740. Næs ic nǽefre gít náne hwíle swá emnes módes, Bt. 26, I; F. go, 25. Monige hwíle bið þám men full wá, Gen. 634. Óðer hwíle aliquando , Lk. L. R. 22, 32. Óþre hwíle biþ tó tǽlenne, óþre hwíle hit biþ tó heriganne nunc splendorem accipit, nunc amittit , Bt. 27, 4; F. 100, 18. β. adjective Hé lange hwíle on þǽm gebede wæs, Bl. H. 217, 28. Lytle huíle (modi-cum tempus ) mið iú ham, Jn. L. 7, 33: Past. 333, 15. 2. in prepositional phrases Hú hrædlíce se fǽrlica deáð hié on lytelre hwíle bereáf-ode ðæs þe hié on longre hwíle mid unryhte striéndon quibus festina mors repente et simul abstulit quidquid eorum nequitia nec simul nec repente congregavit , Past. 332, 16. Hé heom on ealre hwíle metes tilian sceolde, Hml. S. 23, 219. Tó hwíl (ad tempus ) geléfað, Lk. L. 8, 13. Þá wæs ymb hwíle ðá gefelde hé . . . , Bl. H. 217, 30. II. (with constructions as in I.) an hour; hora. 1. as a definite space of time Ðás hlætmesto án tíd ł huíl (una hora ) worohton, Mt. L. 20, 12. Ne mæhtest áne hwíle (huíle, L.) áwæccan ?, Mt. R. 26, 40. 2. as a sub-division of the day From þǽre syxta hwíle . . . oþ þe nigoþan hwíle. Æt þǽre nigoþan tíd (huíl, L.), Mt. R. 27, 45-46. 3. the time of day Tíd ł hwíl (tíma, W. S.) forð gewát hora praeteriit, Mt. R. L. 14, 15. 4. the time of an event Tó neáliceþ hwíl (ðiú huíl l tíd, L. ) appropinquavit hora , Mt. R. 26, 45. On þǽre hwíle cwæð se Hǽlend,55. Be ðǽm dæge and þára hwíle nǽnig wát, 24, 36. Tíd ł huíl (hwýl, R.), Mk. L. 13, 32. v. beorht-hwíl, brae-hwíl, niht-hwíl, preówt-hwíl.
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