hyldu
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hyldu
Add: held, heldu. I. kindness, affection, good will For hylde arid lufe affectu, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 65. I a. good will towards a benefactor, gratitude :-- Ðonne hé his ælmessan dǽld. . . ne giéme hé hwelce hylde hé mid ðǽre ælmessan gewriexl ne impensae gratiae vicissi-tudinem reguirant, Past. 323, 18. II. of the relation between lord and man. 1. the favour, grace of a lord (human or divine) shown to the man Æfter þǽm eall þeós worold geceás Agustuses . frið and his sibbe; and eallum monnum nánuht swá gód ne þúhte swá hié tó his hyldo becóme, and hié his underþeówas wurden Agustus cunctis gen-tibus una pace compositis, Ors. 5, 15 ; S. 250, 18. Oft ágyltað ðá hláfordas and ðá menn wuniað on Godes hyldo plerumque offendunt qui regunt, et in patrisfamilias gratia permanent qui reguntur. Past. 321, 3. Hé ús eft laðude tó his hyldo ad recuperationem nos gratiae vocavit, 407, l. Hete hæfde hé æt his hearran gewunnen, hyldo hæfde his ferlorene, Gen. 301. 2. the loyalty, devotion of the man to the lord Sægde Clitus for ealdre hyldo (from devotion to his old lord (Philip) ) þæt Philippus máre hæfde gedón þonne Alexander, Ors. 3, 9; S. 130, 28. Þám be egsan his healdað mid hyldo, Ps. Th. 84, 8. Hí lybbaðon écnysse mid þám heáhfæderum for heora hylde wið God, Hml. S. 25, 740. Ic þé mín gehát, . . . hyldo gylde vota tua quae reddam , Ps. Th. 55, 10. For eówrum hyldum þé gé mé symble cýddon, Ll. Th. i. 276, 19. Ic wæs ðínum fæder fullíce hold on móde and on mægene, and ðé ǽfre on fullum hyldum hold and on fulre lufe, C. D. iv. 301, l. (2 a) on hyldum (with gen.) as the vassal or officer of a person :-- Hé fór on þæs cynges heldan (in loco regis, Florence of Worcester, Chr. P. ii. 282) uppon heora bróðer, Chr. 1095; P. 230, 18. His mæg Eádgár hé þǽr on þæs cynges Willelmes heldan tó cynge gesette, 1097; P. 234, 15. (2 b) devotion to the service of a lord :-- Hire hyrdeman ðurh holdrǽdene sume ác ástáh, and his orf lǽswode . . . and hé hearde feóll, gewát of worulde tó Gode for ðǽre hylde his hirdrǽdene, Hml. Th. ii. 150, 33. III. in adjuration, or affirmation, swearing, where the possession of the lord's favour is connected with a course of action Swá ic áge Pharaones helde, ne farað gé heonon per salutem Pharaonis non egrediemini hinc. Gen. 42, 15. ' Ic hálsige eów for þæs Cáseres helda gé mé secgon hwæðer hé of forligere sig ácenned. ' Hig cwǽdon: ' Hyt nys ná on úre ǽ álýfed tó swerigenne, and swá ðéh swá wé þæs Cáseres helda habban móton and swá wéé Gecýþe seó gewitnysse on Godes helde and on hláfordes (the Latin versions have in fide (fidelitate) Dei et domini sui; per sacramentum), heó him on sóðre gewitnysse sý (for the forms of oaths see pp. 178 sqq.), Ll. Th. i. 388, 23. Gehýrde hé hú þá menn him betwýnan sprǽcon and oft and gelóme Crístes helda swóron (swore by Christ ? ), Hml. S. 23, 529. [v. N. E. D. held.] v. rihthláford-hyldu.
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