líf-lic
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líf-lic
Add:I. having life, living, animate God gesceóp .iii. líflice gástas tres vitales spiritus creavit Deus, Gr. D. 263, 11. Ic com se líflica hláf, Hml. Th. i. 34, 16. II. long-lived Sé þe acenned bid, líflic (vitalis) hé bið, Archiv cxxix. 18, 11. On ánre nihte ealdne mónan cild swá bið ácenned, bið liflic (lang lifes, v. l. ), 21, 7. III. vital, necessary to life. 1. physical Swilce hí ðone líflican blǽd forðrǽstne ácwellon, Hml. Th. ii. 92, 12. 2. spiritual þurh líflice láre, . Hml. Th. i. 408, l. IV. lively : — Líflices orþa[nces] uiuacis ingenii, An. Ox. 72. Wel manega on scearpnysse andgytes líflice wuniað plerique in acumine intelligentiae uiuaces existunt, Scint. 220, 20.
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