maga
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maga
able. Add: having means Gif man þone man betýhð þe bið lǽssa maga (a person of less ability; qui minus possit) þone se cyninges þegn, Ll. Th. i. 154, 7. Sé þe lǽsse maga (mæge, mage, v. ll.) sý (qui minus potest, qui impotencior est [old Latin versions]), 414, 19. Þá preóstas þe áðer oððe ágen wylla oððe mage aelmeshand (a parent who had means but exhausted them by almsgiving; cf. Past. 325, 6-8) hæfenleáse gedyde clerici quos voluntas aut natiuitas pauperes fecit. Chrd. 12, 19. Cf. magian.
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