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Add:I. in direct questions 1. as adjective a. qualifying a noun, what Hwylc man is mæge áríman ealle þá sár?, Bl. H. 59, 33. Hwelc gesceádwís mon mihte cweþan þæt. . . ? quis putet . . . ?, Bt. 28 ; F. 100, 30. On hwylcre mihte wyrcsð þú þás þing? in qua potestate haec facts? , Mt. 21, 23. Hwelce twá synd wiþerweardran betwuh him þonne gód and yfel ?, Bt. 16, 3; F. 56, 6. For hwilcum (hwylcum, v. l. ) óþrum ðingum woldest ðú sprecan? 38, 3; F. 200, 10. b. where the noun is not expressed 'Heald þá beboda.' (Ðá cwæð he: 'Hwylce (hnelca, L. , hwælc. R. '?) 'servo mandata' Dicit: 'Quae?, ' Mt. 19, 18. c. as predicate Hwylc bið hé þbonne búton swylce stán ?, Bl. H. 21, 26. Hwilc beóð þá lytlan godas on tó gelýfenne nú þá fyrmestan godas swá fúllíce leofodon ?, Hml. S. 35, 117. Huelcne (huat, R.) cueðas menn sié sunu monnes ? quem dicunt homines esse Filium hominis , Mt. L. 16, 13. 2. as substantive, a. who Hwylc (cf. hwá, Mt. W. S. , L. , R. 3, 7) æteówde eów tó fleónne?, Bl. H. 169, 9. Hwelc (hwá, W. S. , R. quis ) wénes ðú maast is?, Mt. L. 18, 1. b. which of many Hwylc (hwilc, R. , huælc, L.) eówer mæg geþenc-an . . . ? quis vestrum cogitans . . . ?, Mt. 6, 27. Hwelc úre mæg áreccan . . . ?, Bt. 34, 10; F. 150, II.. II. in an interjectional clause, what (excessive), cf. hwá ; II. Gif gé gesáwen hwelce mús þæt wǽre hláford ofer óþre mýs, and sette him dómas . . . hú wunderlic wolde eów þæt þincan, hwelce cehhettunge gé woldon þæs habban, and mid hwelcum hleahtre gé beón ástyred (quanto moveris cachinno! ), Bt. 16, 2; F. 52, 4. III. in dependent clauses. 1. as adjective a. qualifying a noun, what, what sort of Þǽr ðú gemunan woldest nwylcra gebyrda þú wǽre and hwylcra burgwara for worulde, oþþe eft gástlíce hwilces geférscipes ðú wǽ;re on ðínum móde, Bt. 5, l; F. 10, 3-5. Þonne secge ic eów on hwylcum (wilce, R.) anwealde (in qua potestate ) ic þás þing wyrce, Mt. 21, 24. Gé nyton on hwylcre tíde eówer hláford cuman wyle, 24, 42. Ongitan hwylce men bióþ under-þiéd þǽre wyrde, hwylce ne bióþ, Bt. 39, 6 ; F. 220, 22. Hí witon on hwelcum wæterum hí sculun sécan fiscas norunt . . . necnon quae tenero pisce praestent litora , 33, 3 ; 118, 18. Nú þú wást hwelce þeáwas þá woruldsǽlþa habbaþ. 7, 2 ; F. 18, 5. (a α) where a high degree in the quality of the noun is implied. Cf. (b α) :-- Mé þynceþ wundor mid hwylcne byldo þú sceole beforan cininge gylpan. Bl. H. 175, 31. b. as predicate, of what sort Hé wiste hwæt and hwylc (húlic, L.) þis wíf wǽre sciret quae et qualis mulier esset , Lk. 7, 39. Ic þ é wille secgan hwelc se lǽcecræft is . . . Hé is swíðe biter on múþe and hé þé tiþ on ðá protan . . . Ac hé werodaþ, siþþan hé innaþ, Bt. 22, l; F. 76, 28. Wé nyllað geþencan hwelc hit þá wæs, Ors. 3, II; S. 152, 33. Ús gedyde tó witanne Alexander hwelce þá hǽðnan godas sindon tó weorþianne, 3, 9; S. 126, 31. Ne nóm náne ware húlice (hwilce, v. l. ) hié wǽron, 5, 4 ; S. 224, 22. Hwý gé nellan ácsian æfter ðám wísum monnun. . . . hwilce hí wǽron . . . and siþþan gé hiora þeáwas geácsod habben, him onhyrian, Bt. 40, 4; F. 240, 2. Smeáþ hwelc þǽs flǽsclican gód sién, 32, 2; F. 116, 28. (b α) where a high degree is implied. Cf. (a α) :-- Gefréd hé hwelc sió hǽl tó habbanne wæs salus, quanti sit muneris, sentitur , Past. 249, 7. 2. as substantive, which Hí smeádon hwylc (huá ł huelc, L. quis ) hyra yldost wǽre, Mk. 9. 34. IV. with indefinite force. 1. as adjective, some, any, a. with noun Gif hwelc bróðer (huælc ł ǽnig bróðer, L.) deód sié, Mk. R. 12, 19. Wén is þæt hwilc wundor ineóde, Bl. H. 239, 30. Gif þú wénst te wundorlice gerela hwelc weorþmynd sié, Bt. 14, l; F. 42, 18. Gif hwelc swíþe ríce mon wyrþ ádrifen of his earde, 27, 3; F. 98, 20 : 41, 2 ; F. 244, 24. Ðæt mon wilnode hwelcre gítsunge, Past. 73, 3. Ðonne hwá lufige hwelcre wuhte spor, 353, l. Þonne hwylcum men gelimpeþ . . . , Bl. H. 131, 24: Bt. 37, 4; F. 192, 14. Hwelcum earmum men, Bl. H. 215, 26. Þeáh ðú teó hwelcne bóh, Bt. 25 ; F. 88, 22. Gif gé gesáwen hwelce mús, 16, 2 ; F. 52, l. Gíf hé hwlyc lim forlýst, 34, 9 ; F. 148, 7. Gif mon hwelcne ceáp gebygeð, and hé onfinde him hwelce unhǽlo on, Ll. Th. i. 138, 10-II. Gif þú hine gesáwe on hwilcum earfoþum, Bt. 10; F. 28, 16: Bl. H. 51, 28. b. with án, óþer Bútan þǽr hwylc óðer mettrum man sý, Wlfst. 285, 8. Ic wolde witon hwæþer þú wéndest hwilc án ðára fíf góda worhte ðá sóþan gesǽlþe, 34, 6 ; F. 140, 26. Hí ǽlce synne geþencen . . . for ðǽm ðonne hié for ánre hwelcre hreówsiað, ðonne hreówsiað hié for ealle, Past. 413, 24. Be him sylfum þe be óþrum men hwylcum de se an de alio aliquo , Bd. 4, 3 ; Sch. 365, 2. 2. as substantive, a. alone, any one, any thing, some one, some thing Hwona ðǽs mæg hwelc ł hwá (ǽnig man, W. S.) gefylle ? unde istos potent quis saturare ?, Mk. R. L. 8, 4. Gif hwylc gelýfe on God, Bl. H. 153, 19. b. with gen. , any one of, some one of Búton hine þǽra þreóra þinga hwylc (cf. ǽnig, 4) forwyrne, Wlfst. 285, 14. Búton heora hwelc gecirre, Bt. 3, 1 ; F. 6, 5. 'THORN; eáh hwá wéne hé on heora ánra hwylcum mæge habban fulle gesǽlþa, ne byþ hit nó swá. '. . . 'THORN;ú cwist wé ne magon on ðǽra ánra hwilcum héhste gód habban . . ne wéé Þonne úre Drihten úre hwylces neósian wille, Bl. H. 125, 12. Mid þǽm þe hié þára dura hwelce opene gesáwon, Ors. 3, 5; S. 106, 16. Ðeáh hé ðára góda hwylc forleóse, Bt. 34, 6 ; F. 140, 34. Gif mon ánra hwilc ofslóh, 39, 4; F. 216, 21. V. combined with swá. 1. adjectival Swá hwylc man swá mildheortnesse nafað, Bl. H. 13, 22 : 49, 12. Swá hwylc lác swá munus quodcumqve , Mt. 15, 5. 2. substantival Swá hwylc swá ne gelýfeþ, Bl. H. 153, 17. Swá hwilcne swá hí tó hospe habban wolde, Hml. Th. ii. 228, 31: Bl. H. 49, 15. Swá hwylce swá (quaecumque ) gé gebindað ofer eorðan . . . swá hwylce (hwælc, R.) swá gé ofer eorðan unbindað, Mt. 18, 18. Swá hwylc swá (and suá chuelc, L.) segð quicumque dixerit , Mt. 15, 5 : 20, 26: Mk. 10, 43. Sé ðe swá hwelc (chuælc. L.) onfóeð ðone cnæht, mec onfóeð; and swá hwelc swá (sé ðe suá huá, L.) mec onfóeð . . . , Lk. R. 9, 48. (2 a) with genitive :-- Swá hwylcne heora swá (quemcumque ) him se tán ætýwde, Bd. 5, 10; Sch. 600, 17. v. á-hwilc, gewel-hwilc, nát-hwilc, sam-hwilc; húlic.
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