íþe
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íþe
Take here éþe in Dict., and add Ǽdre levius, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 58. I. easy, not difficult to do Swá éþe swá hit is tó ongitanne, Bt. 41, 4; F. 250, 21. Þá þing þe ne sint éðe tó forlǽtanne, 7, 2; F. 18, 16. Hí bióð swíðe éðe tó tedǽlenne, 34, 11; S. 92, 27. Him wǽre iéðre ðǽt hé hira gearra wénde, Past. 433, 29. Náwuht nis iéðre tó gesecganne, 239, 10: Ors. 2, 5; S. 80, 11. Micle iéðre, Past. 203, 17. Micle ðe iéðre, 277, 25. Éþre is facilius est, Mt. R. 19, 24. Nis hire éþre tó feallanne of dúne ðonne úp, 33, 4; F. 130, 38. Éðre facilis, Kent. Gl. 479. Náwðer ne on éðnum (éðrum?, éðum?) þingum ne on rénum, Shrn. 204, 3. II. easy, not troublesome, pleasant Hé sǽde þæt him nǽre nǽfre ǽr swá éðe ne swá myrige, swá him þá wæs, Wlfst. 237, 7. III. of persons, not exacting, not harsh Wearð Tiberius Rómánum swá wráð and swá heard swá hé him ǽr wæs milde and iéþe, Ors. 6, 2; S. 254, 30. [O. Sax. óði: O. H. Ger. ódi facilis.] v. efen-íþe, sin-íþe, un-eáþe.
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