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:-- Mǽgsibbe parentelę
, An. Ox. 5131: germanitatis
, 9, 2. v. mǽgþ-sibb
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, e; f. I. kinship, relationship :-- Eva hine hálsode for sc̃a Marian mǽgsibbe ðæt hé hire miltsade. Heó cwæþ tó him gemyne mín drihten ðæt heó wæs bán of mínum bánum and flǽsc of mínum flǽsce Eve conjured him (Christ) on account of her kinship to St. Mary to pity her. She said to him 'Remember, my Lord, that she was bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh,' Shrn. 68, 15. Hé (Christ) hym (men) his mildse onwreáh and his mǽgsibbe gecýdde. Ǽr ðam wé wǽron steópcild gewordene, Wulfst. 252, 9: Blickl. Homl. 107, 2.