in-cund
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in-cund
Add:I. physical, of the inner part of the body Búton þæt incunde blód ðe anbútan þǽre heortan is út yrne, E.S. viii. 62, 40. Tó incundum ad intima (ventris ), Kent. Gl. 999. Incundum imis (ilibus ), An. Ox. 5, 23. II. non-physical, in reference to mind, feeling, spirit, 1. denoting earnestness, sincerity Hé geoffrode his lác mid incundre heortan, Hml. S. 25, 795. His Drihten heriende mid incundre heortan, 37, 193. Gif gé þá hálgan. láre underniman wyllað on incundre heortan, Hml. A. 26, 53. 2. of deep feeling, coming from the heart, v. incundlíce Incundre ábryrdnesse infimi (intimi?) amoris. An. Ox. 1184. Gif hé mid eallre heortan and incundre geómerunge clypað tó Gode, Hml. S. 19, 183. Mid sóðre behreówsunge and mid incundum wópe, 192. í 3. of the inward parts, of spiritual nature Ðæt hí mægen ðǽm inncundan (in-, v.l.) Déman on hira ágnum inngeðonce lícian ut interno judici in semetipsis placere studeant, Past. 195, 22. Ne hé him ne ondrǽde nánne eorðlicne ege ðyses andweardan lífes, ac geðence hé ðone inncundan (in-, v.l.) ege Godes (respecto intimo terrore ), 83, 5.
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