hycgan
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hycgan
Add: p. hygde, hygede (v. for-hycgan). I. to think, have such and such thoughts Þá þe mid heortan hycgeað rihte qui recto sunt corde, Ps. Th. 72, 1. On fyrenfulra geðancas, þá wiðer-wearde mé wráðe hycgeað cogitaverunt adversum me, 139, 8. I a. where the subject matter of thought is given as object :-- Þá inwit and fácen hycgeað on heortan qui cogitaverunt malitias in corde. Ps. Th. 139, 2. I b. where a pronoun representing the thought is object :-- Ne meahte monna ǽnig bedeáglian hwæt hé dearninga on hyge hogde heortan geþoncum, Gú. 1227. I c. to conceive, under-stand :-- Hicgan, understandan collegi, i. inielligi (colligi datur quod virginitas sit); An. Ox. 1391. II. to think of, about 1. with gen. Hycgad his ealle, hú gé hí beswícen, Gen. 432. 2. with prep. Míne þearfan symle hycgað ymb heora Drihten, Wlfst. 260, 13. III. expressing purpose, endeavour. 1. with acc. Hycgan moliri (quicquid moliri deliberaret), An. Ox. 4710. 2. with infin. Sé þe framian higþ qui proficere studet, Scint. 100, 14. Hí higdon nite-bantur, i. moliebantur (flectere ), An. Ox. 2, 198. Higde, 3375. Fylian fótswaþu . . . mid mycelre hygdan geblissunge sequi uertigia . . . cum magna studuerint hilaritate, Angl. xiii. 367, 28. 3. with clause Uton hycgan þæt wé Hǽlende héran georne, Sat. 594. 4. with prep. Ne hycge hé tó slǽpe let him not think of sleep (i. e. don't let him have any intention of going to sleep ), Ps. Th. 120, 3. IV. to call to mind, remember Uton wé hycgan hwǽr wé hám ágen, and þonne geþencan hú wé þider cumen , Seef. 117. v. twi-hycgan.
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