irþ-land
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irþ-land
AddIerðland arvo (- a ?), Wrt. Voc. ii. 8, 2. Ǽgðer ge etelond ge eyrðlond ge eác wudoland, C. D. ii. 95, 14. Sextig æcera earðlondes . . . and twelt æceras miédwelandes, 150, 16: vi. 219, I.. quod Anglice dicitur xxxvi æceras yrðlandes, Midd. Flur. 47, 31. Ǽgðer ge on earðlonde ge on homlonde. Cht. E. 208, ll. Bí ðǽm eorðlande foreweardum, C. D. iii. 391, 14. Be ðæs hlinces niðerecge oð ðæt hit cymð tó ðǽm yrðlande, 418, 20, 26. Of ðǽie díc wiðnorðan ðaet yrðland, ðonne bí ðam yrðlande, v. 298, I. Ic tówurpe ðás burh and hí gesméðige, and tó yrðlande áwende, swá þæt heó bið cornbǽre swíðor þonne mannbǽre, Hml. Th. i. 450, ii. His deácon sǽde seó eá wǽre of hire rihtryne on þiére cyrican yrðland (agros ) úp yrnende, Gr. D. 193, 15.
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