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Add:I. hope, expectation of something desired Ðæt sió manung hine tó hyhte gehwierfe ut admonitio eum ad'spent reducat, Past. 265, 21. la. 1. in gen. Ne bið him wynne hyht, Ph. 480. Þú mé gelǽddest mid lufan hyhte deduxisti me quia factus es spes mea, Ps. Th. 60, 2. Þone onwrig-enan hyht reste þǽre écean wé habbaþ revelatam spem quietis aeteritę tenemus, An. Ox. 40, 19: An. 1054. Sæle blidse mé, Dryhten, þínre hǽlo heht redde mihi laetitiam salutaris tui, Ps. C. 100. 2. marked by a preposition:-Gú ðlác upp gemunde hám in heofonum. Him wæs hyht tó þám, Gú. 69. Utan ús tó þǽre hýðe hyht staðelian, Cri. 865. 3. expressed in a clause Hyht is onfangen, þæt bletsung mót bǽm. gemǽne symle wunian, Cri. 99. II. feeling of trust or confidence in a person or thing Þá gehýrde hé hú þá menn . . . Crístes helda swóron . . . Ðá cwæð hé on his móde . . . ' Gyrstanǽfen nán man ne mihte Crístes naman nemnian mid hihte,' Hml. S. 23, 534. Hé (Abraham) forð gebád langsumne hiht (cf. fide obtulit Abraham Isaac, Heb. ll, 17), Exod. 405. II a. where object of trust is given :-- Byð his heorte gearo hyhte tó Drihtne paratum cor ejus sperare in Domino, Ps. Th. 111, 7. Good is þæt ic on God mínne hiht sette bonum est ponere in Deo spem meant, 72, 23: Gú. 406 : Hy. 4, 36. Ðæt hí heora hiht ne besetton on ðám swicelum welum, Hml. Th. ii. 326, 35. Ic in mínne fæder hyht staðelie, Jul. 437 : El. 798. Ðá ðe hiht on hine habbað fæste, Ps. Th. 129, 7: 143, 3. Ic God gemyndgade þǽr ic hæfde mǽstne hiht, 76, 3. III. hope of doing, intent, desire Þǽr mín hyht myneð tó gesécenne, Gú. 1061. Hí gehátað holdlíce, swá hyre hyht ne gǽð, Leás. 14. Úsic lust hweteð on þá leódmearce, micel módes hiht tó ðǽre mǽran byrig, An. 287. Mé bið forwyrned þurh wiðersteall willan mínes hyhtes, Jul. 442. IV. joyous expec-tation, joy, exultation Hyht æs á in heofonum, Dóm. 64: Seef. 122. Lufu, lífes hyht, and ealles leóhtes gefeá, Cri. 585: Gú. 631. Hieru-salem, þú bist full hálgan hyhtes, swá þú geháten eart (cf. Gerusalem is gereht ' sibbe gesyhþ', Bl. H. 81, l), Cri. 58. Manna gehwám mód bið on hyhte, fyrhð áfréfred, An. 637. Dreám wæs on hyhte, 876. Þæs þú gife hleótest, háligne hyht on heofonþrymme, 481. Ic þé háte þæt þú hellwarum hyht ne ábeóde, ah þú him secgan miht sorga mǽste, Sat. 695. Hyht geceóseð, woruld wynsume sé þe wís ne bið sáwle rǽdes, Leás. 40. V. a person or thing that gives hope or promise Middaneardes Álýsend . . . heofonwara hyht and eorþwara, and eác úre hyht, Bl. H. 87, 10. Þú mé eart se héhsta hyht, Drihten tu es, Domini, spes mea, Ps. Th. 90, 9: El. 197 : Hy. 7, 9: Ph. 423 : Pa. 73. Gér byð gumena hyht, þonne God lǽteð hrúsan syllan beorhte bléda beornum, Rún. 12. Weoruda Scyppend hafa þé tó hyhte, Fä. 63. Gemunað wigena wyn, háligra hyht, heofonengla God, Jul. 642. VI. an object of hope, what is hoped for Híðendra hyht, Rä. 89, 5 : 65, 3. Is mín hyht mid God, Gú. 289 : 61. VI a. what is expected :-- Nabbað hié tó hyhte nymðe cyle and fýr, Sat. 335 : 176. VII. ground of hope, promise, v. hyht-full; II, hyht-lic; III. v. ge-hyht.
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