mǽl
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
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mǽl
a measure, & c. II. add: v. crístel-mǽl. III. add: v. undern-m ǽl. IV. AddNýtenu etað swá ǽr swá hí hit habbað, ac se gesceádwísa man sceal cépan his mǽles, Hml. S. 16, 318. Þonne hí etað tó ánes mǽles on dæg quando in die una refectio fuerit, Chrd. 15, 7. Be hyre (St. Æthelthryð) is áwrytan heó wel drohtnode tó ánum mǽle fæstende, bútan hit freólsdæg wǽre (cf. seldon bútan máran symbelnesse má þonne ǽne síðe on dæge (semel per diem ) heó wolde mete þicgan, Bd. 4, 19; Sch. 443, 17), 20, 42. Gif hwám geboden sý tó ðigene, and hé hit mid gebelge forsace, ne sý him tó gewilnedum mǽle ( hora qua desideraverit ) nánre óðere þigene getíðad, R. Ben. 69, 21. Hý on án mǽl tó nónes gereorden ad nonam semper reficiant, 66, 5. Eten gebróþru on twá mǽl, þæt is ǽrest on ðǽre syxtan tíde and eft on ǽfen ad sextam reficiant fratres et ad seram cenent, 65, 14: 63, 15. (See also lencten; II.)
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