in-færeld
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in-færeld
Add:I. an entry, a place or way by which one enters, a vestibule Hé hý lǽdde intó þám infærlde þǽre cytan, and hé sylf into þǽre inran eóde and ðá duru him tó beclýsde, Hml. A. 196, 30. Deáð wið infereld gelustfullunc[ge] is mors secus introitum delectationis est, R. Ben. I. 30, 13. Godcundre lage infæreldu eádmódum geopeniað diuine legis penetralia humilibus patent, Scint. 221, 5. Foredura, infærelda uestibula, i. introitum (alvearii ), An. Ox. 135. Infærelda uestibula (coelestis regni ), 3894. II. right or permission to enter Ne sí him éðelic forgifen infæreld non ei facilis tribuatur ingressus, R. Ben. I. 95, 12. Sí forgifen infæreld annuatur ingressus, 17.
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