hyhtan
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hyhtan
Add: [forms as from hyhtian occur. ] I. to look (mentally) with expectation and desire, look forward with hope to Wé tó þínum hidercyme hopodan and hyhtan, Bl. H. 87, 12. Uton tó þám beteran hycgan and hyhtan let us turn our thoughts and hopes to the better, Leás. 44. II. to trust, 1. have confidence in Eádig wer sé ðe hihtaþ (sperat ) on him, Ps. L. 33, 9. Móises in ðǽm gié hyhtas, Jn. L. 5, 45. In noman his þeóde hyhtað, Mt. L. R. 12, 21. On Drihtne hihtiende, Ps. L. 25, 1. 2. to look with confidence to For ðon hé hyhte tó mé, ic hine lýse quoniam in me speravit, liberabo eum, Ps. Th. 90, 14. III. to hope for something Hé hyhtade bécon hwelc-hweogne from him gesegen wére (tó geseánne, L.) sperabat signum aliquod uidere ab eo fieri, Lk. R. 23, 8. IV. to expect (without idea of desire) Cymeð ðe hláferd in dæg of ðǽm ne hyhtas ne ł woenas (sperat ), Mt. L. 24, 50. Hyhtað ł woenað, Lk. L. R. 12, 46. Gif gié sellas ðǽm from ðǽm gié hyhtað tó onfóane, Lk. L. 6, 34. Nóht on ðec hyhtendo nihil in te sperantes, 35. V. to entertain feelings of joy, to exult cild onsprang and ongeán his Hláford hyhte (cf. exultauit in gaudio infans. Lk. I. 44), Bl H. 165, 29. Hyhton nú and blissian eall geleáffull folc, 91, 6. Swá se hyhtenda gigant (cf. exultavit ut gigas, Ps. 18, 6), 9, 34. v. be-hyhtan.
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