lof-georn
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lof-georn
Add:I. in a good sense, eager to deserve praise, B. 3183 (in Dict. ). II. in a bad sense, ostentatious, boastful Se seofoða leahter is iactantia gecweden, pound; is ýdel gylp; is ðonne se man bið lof-georn and mid lícetunge færð, and déð for gylpe gif hé hwaet dǽlan wile, Hml. S. 16, 302. Ne sý nán man lofgeorn, ne wilnigende þæt his dǽda hálige gesǽde sién, ǽr hié hálige weorðan, R. Ben. 18, 18. Ná hé lof-georn (but the Latin has prodigus) ne sý, 55, 3.
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