lár
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lár
Add:I. the act of teaching or instructing Monige fleóð ðá nyttwyrðan hiérsumnesse ðǽre láre (praedicationis ), Past. 45, 18 : Gr. D. 35, 4. Láre pedagogio , An. Ox. 1099. On ríme wæs þreó þúsend þǽra leóda álesen tó láre (to instruct Elene about the cross ), El. 286. Wé beódað þǽm mæssepreóstum . . . hig swíðe geornlice ymb þæs folces láre sýn . . . Ne mæg eówer nán hyne láre beládian; ǽlc eówer hafað tungan; sé þe gód sprecan wile, symble hé mæg sumné mon gebétan, Ll. Th. ii. 424, 14-25. I a. a piece of teaching or instruction, a lesson :-- Hé gebád leódum tó láre longsnmne hiht, Exod. 405. II. the condition of being taught, learning, study Láre disciplinae , An. Ox. 1098. His frýnd hine befæstan tó láre, Hml. S. 3, 4. Marcus wæs mid Petre on láre, Ælfc. T. Grn. 12, 33. Hé wæs lange on láre on Mediolana byrig, Hml. S. 5, 2 : 3, 10. Befæst tó woruldlicre láre, 4, 185. Smeágunge, láre studium , An. Ox. 2010. III. that which is taught, a (person s) doctrine or teaching Mín lár (laar, L.) nis ná mín mea doctrina non est mea , Jn. 7, 16. Eów is lár Godes ábroðen of breóstum, Exod. 268. Hié hyrcnodon háliges láre, An. 654. Tó bodianne þá hálgan láre, Gr. D. 35, 5. III a. in pl. doctrines, precepts, ordinances :-- Þý lǽs tóworpen sién fród fyrngewritu and þá fæderlican láre forlǽten, El. 432. Lára dogmatum , An. Ox. 2088. On wordsnoterlicum lárum in philosophicis dogmatibus , 2270: 2305. Lárum traditiones (Pharisaeorum ), 5100. Lárum and trymnessum, cýðnessum adstipulationibus (scripturae adstipulationibus ornatus foeminarum rapina virorum vocatur, Ald. 76, 23), Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 63. Rihtwrítera lára orthographorum disciplinas , An. Ox. 196. IV. advice, counsel, suggestion, instruction, order Exantipus him Rómáne andréd for þon hié for his láre æt hiora geméttinge beswicene wurdon, Ors. 4, 6; S. 176, 7. Hió Offan flet be fæder láre gesóhte, B. 1950. Láre sugestiones, Kent. Gl. 1175. IV a. an instance of malicious counsel, a plot :-- Ðá hǽþnan bisceopas ðæt wrégdon . . . Ealle ðá hǽþenan bisceopas swulton, þá ðe in þǽre láre wǽron, Shrn. 121, 5. V. speech intended to instruct or inform Lár paradigma (evangelicum the parable of the good seed), An. Ox. 1406. Háliges láre the story of St. Andrew , An. 1480. Lára, bodunga, cathegorias, i. nuntiationes ł praedicationes , An. Ox. 3128. VI. that which is learned, learning, erudition Hié ne wéndon ðætte sió lár sceolde swǽ oðfeallan, Past. 5, 23. Sió lár Lǽdengeðiódes, 7, 15. Of his láre bit ancnáwen, Kent. Gl. 399. Hé wæs on bóclicum lárum getýd, and hé on ðǽre láre ðeáh. . . . Hé gefæstnode his láre on fæsthafelum gemynde, Hml. Th. ii. 118, 16-20. VI a. a particular branch of learning, a study :-- On bóclicum lárum getýð trained in literary studies, Hml. Th. ii. 118, 16. VI b. cunning, craft :-- Ic mé gúðordes sweng láre gebearh, Gen. 2693. v. fore-lár, Lǽden-lár, word-lár.
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