leóran
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leóran
Add: , leórian. I. to pass from one place to another, pass over or through Wé leórdon ( transivimus) þurh fýr and wæter, Ps. Vos. 65, 12. þé gedafenaþ þú leóre on þíne bǽre tu debes procidere lectum, Bl. H. 149, 17. On swá hwelcre stówe swá mín gemynd sý mǽrsad . . . se unclǽna ne leóre on ðá stówe, Shrn. 104, 28. II. to pass away at death, pass from this world to the next Tódæg þú leórest tó þǽre upplican eþelnesse, Shrn. 119, 29. Gehwylc man swylc hé heonan leóreþ (leóraþ v. l.), swylc hé byð andweard in ðám dome qualis hinc quisque egreditur, talis in judicio praesentatur. Gr. D. 328, 4. Hé to Drihtne leórde (hleorde, v. l. ), Hml. S. 23 b, 804. Heó of þǽm líchoman leórdon, Shrn. 64, 4. Leóran on ðá écean reste, 75, 1. Hé cýðde hwylce sceoldon beón sweltende and leórian (lióran, v. l.) of þám mynstre innotuit qui et qui essent in brevi ex eadem cella morituri, Gr. D. 298, 16. Him wæs cúð hé sylfa and þá óþre mid eallre hwætnesse sceoldon beón leóriende (leórende, v. l.) of þisum lífe certum tenuit se et illos de hac vita esse sub celeritate migraturos, 299, 15. Hwylce men sceoldon beón sweltende and leóriende (leórende, v. l.) qui morituri sunt, 300. 11. II a. of things, to pass away, come to nothing :-- Word mín nǽfre ne leóraþ verba mea non praeteribunt, Mt. R. 24, 35. v. á-leóran, forþ-leóran, of-leóran.
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