leóf
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leóf
Add:I. as adj. Leóf carus, þurhlád odiosus, Wrt. Voc. i. 28, 65. 1. of persons Leófre optatę (generationis), An. Ox. 3369. Leó(fe) dulcia (natorum pignora), 220. (1 a) as an epithet in address; see preceding word :-- Leófan men, Wlfst. 6, 2 ( and often). Men þá leófestan 232, 12. 2. of things Mid leófre férrǽdene contuberniali sodalitate, An. Ox. 2353. Ðé is leófre on ðisum wácum scræfum ðonne ðú on healle heálic biscop sitte, Hml. Th. ii. 146, 27. Biþ hit swá him leófost bið, Lch. ii. 144, 23: By. 23. Mé is eal leófast þæt þé láþost is, Ors. 5, 12; S. 242, 9. II. as subst. 1. of persons, a dear one, friend, leman (v. N. E. D. lief, 3b) Ne biþ hé Godes leóf, Bl. H. 21, 35, Leóf succubam, Germ. 394, 192. 2. of things Leóf áláþað amor abolescit, Angl. ii. 374, 3. Nán wiht ne þæs leófes ne þæs láðes, Wlfst. 185, 1. v. efen-leóf, ge-leóf, híred-leóf (?).
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