hýd
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hýd
Add:I. the skin of an animal, raw or dressed Hiera sceldas wǽron betogen mid elpenda hýdum (scuta elephanti corio extenio habilia ). . . elpendes hýd wile drincan wǽtan gelíce and spynge déð, Ors. 5, 7 ; S. 230, 26. Hýde bysse, i. corii, An. Ox. 3285: 3283: Wrt. Voc. ii. 82, 14: ll, 75: 93, 13. Mec (a book ) wráh hæleð hleóbordum, hýde (hýþe, MS.) beþenede (cf. the following citation), Rä. 27, 12. Hýda tergora (De pugillaribus . . . Calceamenta mihi tradebant tergora dura, Ald. 263, 10). An. Ox. 26, 19. I a. the skin of a serpent, Ors. 4, 6 ; S. 174, 15 (in Dict.). I b. the shell of an oyster :-- Sǽ mec fédde . . . nú wile monna sum mín flǽsc etan . . . siððan hé mé of sídan seaxes orde hýd árýpeð, Rä. 76, 7. II. the skin of a human being Útewardre hýde cute summa, An. Ox. 50, 23. Bið se líchoma hreóf ðonne se bryne ðe on ðǽm innoðe bið út áslihð tó ðǽre hýde (ad cutem ), Past. 71, 6. Sindon ðá loccas tó sparienne ðǽm sácerde ðæt hí ðá hýd behelien (ut cutem cooperiant ), 141, 9. II a. inn], Wlfst. 172, 1 [and note], Gebéte hé þæt swá swá hit gelagod is, . . . þǽl mid his híde, þegn mid xxx scillingan, Wlfst. 181, 9. v. ǽl-hýd.
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