líne
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líne
Add:I. a cord Ne magon hy ðá lífes línan on middan ynibfæðmian, Sal. K. 150, 31. II. a line, stroke made on a surface ' Þú leornedest be ánre línan wæs áwriten anlang middes þæs þóþeres'. . . ' Ic wót hwæt seó líne tácnað, ' Solil. H. 20, 16-20. pá línan þe on þám þóþere átéfred wæs, 21, 6. III. a continuous extent of length without breadth or thickness :-- On ðone munt þe sý in ðǽre lengoðe seó líne ðe wile .xxxiii. síða ealne eoiðan ymbehwyrft útan ymblicgan, Sal. K. 152, 5. IV. a series of objects arranged on a line :-- Þá rímcraeftige men wyrcað heom circul of þám fíf stafum, and betǽcað þrý dagas ánum stæfe. Þonne getimað hyt hig wrixliað twía on ánum mónðe, and on þám circule fíftýne niht hig onfoð on þǽre néxtan línan, and on þrittig hig geendiað, Angl. viii. 327, 40. v. fleax-líne.
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