láþettan
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láþettan
[In the last two passages láþettan translates infestare, which however is for infestari. The original Latin of the two translations is: Canes latrantes uiderit vel eis infestare, and: Camelos uidere et ab eis se uiderit infestare.] For 'To be odious . . . hate' substitute: I. to abhor, execrate, hate, hold in detestation Þíne goda ic láðette and him teónan dó ego diis tuis abominationem feci , Angl. xvii. 116, 4. Man tó forð láþet þæt man scolde lufian, Wlfst. 165, 3 [: 168, 13: Wrt. Voc. ii. 26, 8 : Shrn. 39, 22, in Dict.]. Ongunnon hí hine onscunigean and láðettan mid máran orwyrðum fracoðlicra worda majoribus hunc verborum contumeliis detestari coeperunt , Gr. D. 250, 28. II. to make hateful, render odious. v. lǽþettan Ðás gyltas ne magon úre sáwla ofsleán, ac hí magon hí áwlǽtan and Gode láðettan, Hml. Th. ii. 590. 29.
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