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Add:I. any organ or part of the body Behófað þæt heáfod þǽra óðera lima, swá swá ðá lima behó;fiað þæs heáfdes. Gif án lim bið untrum, ealle ðá óðre þrowiað mid þám ánum. Hml. Th. i. 274, 7-9. Leoma lífgedál, Gú. 1019. Hé (the Phenix) of æscan onwæcneð leomum geþungen, Ph. 649. Is áwriten ðæt hé bícne mid ðǽm eágum, and sprece mid ðǽm fingrum, and trit mid ðǽm fét; for ðǽm ðe innor bið se hierde þe hielt ðá leomu (limu, v. l.) útan (interior est custodia, quae ordinata servat exterius membra), Past. 359, 5. II. a part or member of an animal body distinct from the head or trunk Ne mæg se múð clypian . . . , ne eáge geseón . . . ne nán limn (lim ? or lima ?) ne déð nán ðing, Hml. Th. i. 160, 10. Þá geongan leomu, líffæstan leoþu geloden weorðað, Vy. 5. Seldum ǽfre þæs fugeles leomu licgað, Sal. 270. Bið se líchama þeónde on strangum breóste, on fullum limum and hálum, Hml. Th. i. 614, 12. Hé leomum onféng and líchoman, Cri. 628. II a. = gecynd-lim :-- Se wǽta ðára innoða ástígð tó ðǽm lime humor viscerum ad virilia labitur, Past. 73, 10. II b. the leg :-- Hé gebæd nine tó Gode gebígedum limum, Hml. S. 35. 623. III. fig. of persons. 1. a member of the church, Christ's body, a subordinate where Christ is the head Mec, þín lim, Hy. 4, 52. Wé ðe his (Christ's) liomu (limo, v. l. ) sindon membra ejus, Past. 33, ii. ée (the angels) ymb bíne (Christ) hófan, leomu ymb leófne, lofsonga word, Sat. 155. Ðá gódan láreówas nó ðæt án wilniað sécean ðæt hálige heáfoð ðære gesomnunge, ðæt is Dryhten, ac wiln[i]að ðæt hié ofdúne ástígen tó his limum. Past. 101, 24. Críst is crístenra heáfod, and ealle Crístene men syndon tó Crístes limum getealde, Wlfst. 37, 7. 2. a limb of Satan Þeáh hine deófol mid his lymum wylle gedreccan, Angl. viii. 324, 19. IV. not referring to animals. 1. part of a tree, a branch, Gn. Ex. 26 : B. 97 (in Dict.). 2. a member of a sentence Tódál comma, lim cola. An. Ox. 18 b, 10. Lim cola, limes dǽl commata, 26, l, 2. Mid lime (lima, MS. ) ł tódala colopho, 131. Lime colo, 7, 196.Þur[h] lim, 2850. Þurh lim and tódál per cola, i. membra et commata,
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