inca
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inca
Add:I. an occasion, opportunity Beháten þá mágas þæt hý nǽfre nǽnne incan ne sécan, hú him tó syndrigum ǽhtum gerýmed sý promittent quia numquam ei tribuant occasionem habendi, R. Ben. 103, 18. Ne gedyrstlǽce heora nán ... þæt hé Godes áre gewanige oþþe ǽnigne incan séce, hú heó gewanod weorþe, Lch. iii. 442, 17. II. a cause of complaint Hyra nán ne gedyrstlǽce þæt hé ... ǽnig ðing áhsige ... þe lǽs þe ǽnig inca (incca, v.l.) geseald sý (ne detur occasio ), R. Ben. 62, 19. III. a scruple, doubt Ynca scrupulum. Wrt. Voc. i. 16, 46. Incan, tweónunge scrupulum, i. dubitationem, An. Ox. 4198. Nú tóbræc and tó;lýsde swíðe cúð gesceádwísnes þone incan and tweón mínes geþóhtes scrupulum cogitationis meae aperta ratio disolvit, Gr. D. 228, 2.
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