lengu
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lengu
Take here leng in Dict. , and add: , lenge. I. of space relations, (i) cf. lang; I. 2 Tó ðon him nǽre ná álýfed furður tó gánne þonne swá swá þǽre racenteáge længe (leng, v. l.) áþened wæs ne ei ultra liceret progredi, quam catenae ejusdem quantitas tendebatur, Gr. D. 214, 8. Wæs seó wícstów on lengo .xx. es furlonga long, Nar. 12, 16. Gyf þú hwilce langwyrpe bóc habban wille . . . sete þíne swýþran ofer þínne wynstran earm be þǽre bóce læncge, Tech. ii. 119, 15. (l a) cf. lang; I. 2 a Lencge, híh[þe] proceritate, summitate, An. Ox. 1640. II. of time relations. Cf. lang; II. 3a Ǽr þon ðe seó sunne cyrre hig tó þæs dæges lenge ere the sun turn herself (before the winter solstice) and as an effect the length of the day increases, Shrn. 153, 28. Þá lengce his lífes hé him eall gerehte longitudinem dierum suorum et finem vitae suae sibi in ordine manifestavit, Guth, Gr. 172, 31. Mihst þú swá manegra tída lencgu oferfaran, Hml. S. 23 b, 522.
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