lyre
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lyre
Add:I. perdition, destruction Lyre, forwyrd perditio, An. Ox. 56, 35. God heóld hine wið his sáwle lyre. Hml. Th. ii. 454, 4. Þæt; hé ne sý on lyre forswolgen, R. Ben. 51, 6. II. the fact of losing something. 1. the being deprived of, failure to keep a possession, faculty, &c. Þonne se man geunrótsað for his ǽhta lyre, Hml. S. 16, 291. Lyre gehealtsumnesse dispendio castitatis. An. Ox. 353. Hé wæs lustlíce þone lyre þæs horses þoliende jumenti perditi damnum libenter ferens, Gr. D. 14, 19. Hé þolode lyre (jacturam) eallra þára þinga þe on þám scipe wǽron, 141, 13. 2. loss of a living creature by death Hé nolde ábúgan fram Godes lufe for bærna lyre, Hml. S. 16, 48. Him tó cýðenne his ǽhta lyre (cf. se deófol ácwealde ealle his ǽhta), 4), Hml. Th. ii. 450, 30. (2 a) loss by death in battle :-- Bútan þǽra manna lyre þe him mid cómon, Hml. S. 27, 53. III. detriment, disadvantage, damage Forðelgiað leras sustinuere dispendia, Kent. Gl. 1019.
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