lícham-lic
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lícham-lic
Add:I. bodily, corporeal, physical or material as opposed to spiritual or immaterial Nán líchamlic gesceaft næfð náne sáwle búton se man ána, Hml. A. 12, 294. Ic eom þurh míne gecynd Hchamlic man and þú eart éce God, 156, 123. Líchamlicere geþeódnesse carnalis copulf, An. Ox. 1604. Lícamlices cweartenes carnalis ergastuli, 2552. Hé líchamlicne deáð geðrowade. Hml. A. 152, 31. Hé þurh his líchamlice þrowunge ús generede, 154, 58. II. of appetites, desires, &c. , carnal as opposed to spiritual Líchamlicre unáléfednesse corporalis inlecebre, Wrt. Voc. ii. 135, 83, Lícamlicere gǽlse carnalis luxus, An. Ox. 610. Líchamlicere, 1723.
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