irsian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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irsian
Add: (i) absolute Iersað stomachatur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 90, 48. Ðý lǽs eorsie Dryhten, Ps. Srt. 2, 12. Tó iorsienne ad irascendum (facilem), Kent. Gl. 645. - Ne beó hé tó sláw, ne beó hé tó eorsigende (printed eornigende). Ll. Th. ii. 416, 16. 2. with dat. Ǽlc yrsað (eorsaþ, R.) hys bréðer omnis qui irascetur fratri suo, Mt. 5, 22. 3. with prep. Hwí irsast þú wiþ ús?, Bt. 7, 5 ; F 22, 36. Ðonne hé wið hine iersað. Past. 63, 3. Fram þám þeódum þe wið mé yrsiað de gentibus iracundis, Ps. Th. 17, 46. Unryhtlicu iersung is ðæt mon iersige (irsige, v. l. ) on óðerne for his góde. Past. 189, 8.
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