miþian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
miþian
p. ode To conceal, keep from appearing openly Se ealda feónd ne mihte ádreógan þás wísan swígiende ne deógollíce þurh swefn miðgian (the old enemy could not suffer these things in silence nor keep them from being generally known by entrusting them to the secrecy of a dream), swá swá is ǽfre his gewunan, ac mid openlicre gesihþe hé gebróhte hine sylfne beforan eágum þæs árwyrðan fæder [the original Latin, which seems to have been misunderstood, is: Haec antiquus hostis tacite non ferens, non occulte vel per somnium, sed aperta visione ejusdem Patris oculis sese ingerebat], Gr. D. 122, 3. v. míþan.
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