lóc
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lóc
Add: , lóce. The word is used withand with indirect interrogatives, pronouns or adverbs. Its force in the latter combination, ever, is seen in the following gloss Lóc hwæt tó láfe beó quodcumjue restat, Germ. 388, 78. I. with nú, bespeaking attention Lóce nú age, Germ. 393, 168. Lóca nú be þǽre sunnan . . . , Bt. 6 ; F. 14, 21. Ac lóca nú hwæþer ðú wille . . . sed visne . . . , 35, 5 ; F. 162, 30. II. forming indefinite relatives Lóca hwylce concurrentes beón, Angl. viii. 302, 23. Lóca hwylce hig beóð, 304, 46. Lóca hwæt þǽr ofer sý, 300, 34, 36. Loca hú God wylle, Hml. A. 62, 253, 257. Lóc hú lange se sóða lǽce hit foresceáwige, Hml. Th. i. 474, 25. Lócehwænne mín tíma beó, Angl. xii. 499, 7. Lóca hwǽr beó se móna níwe, viii. 322, 31 : 333, 21. Lóca hwǽr se ealdor him tǽce, R. Ben. 82, 15. [v. N. E. D. look; 4.]
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