mengan
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mengan
I. add: 1. to mix one thing with another, interpose among Mé ys neód ic menge Lýden amang þissnm Englisce, Angl. viii. 317, 16. 2. to mix two or more things together Heora underngereordu and ǽfengereordu hié mengdon tógædere, Bl. H. 99, 23. 3. of immaterial things or fig. Hé þæs preóstes heortan and geþanc mid his searwes áttre geondsprengde and mengde ejus praecordia malignus spiritus ingressus pestiferis vanae gloriae fastibus illum inflare coepit, Guth. Gr. 137, 7, Ðǽm láreówe is tó mengenne ðá líðnesse wið ðá réðnesse miscenda est lenitas cum severitate, Past. 124, 13. III. add : to confound, not to distinguish Ná mengende hádas and ná spéde syndriende neque confundantes personas neque substantiam separantes, Angl. ii. 360, 4. IV. of persons, to join to others so as to form one of a company Ic ǽnlípigu on þám cafertúne oþstód . . . ic mé þá eft ongan mængan tó óþrum, ic wolde on sume wísan inn geþringan, Hml. S. 23 b, 411. [v. N. E. D. meng.] v. ofer(?)-, un-menged.
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