liccian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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liccian
Add:I. to pass the tongue over a surface Seó leó his fótlástas liccode, Hml. S. 23 b, 773. Ðá men þá írengelóman liccodan milites ferramenta lambendo, Nar. 9, 19. Þá hundas liccedan (lingebani) his wunda, Gr. D. 310, 6. Se bera ongan liccian (lambere) þæs biscopes fét, 195, 4. I a. to lick the dust, suffer defeat :-- Feónd his eorðan liciað inimici ejus terram lingent, Ps. Srt. 71, 9. II. to lick up a fluid, lap: — Hundas licciað eówre blód and fugelas fretað incer flǽsc, Shrn. 148, 2. His blód ðá fleów binnon ðám cræte, þæt liccodon (linxerunt) hundas, Hml. S. 18, 226. Swá swá hundas lapodon Naboðes blód, swá hí sceolon lapian and liccian þín blód in loco hoc, in quo linxe-runt canes sanguinem Naboth, lambent sanguinem tuam, 210. Liccigan lincxere (v. Aid. 207, 23), Wrt. Voc. ii. 96, 75. II a. of an inanimate agent, Lch. iii. 276, 12 (in Dict.)
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