mód
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mód
. I a. AddOn hálgum gewrite bið gelómlíce heáfod gesett for þæs mannes móde, for ðan ðe þæt heáfod gewissað þám óðrum limum, swá swá þæt mód gediht ðá geðóhtas, Hml. Th. i. 612, 11-14. Se wísdóm is hálig and hine sylfne ætbrét fram módes híwunge and mynd-leásum geðóhtum, ii. 326, 3. Þá onget heó on hyre módes gesyhðe hyre ætýwed beón þæt heó geseah intellexit in uisione mentis ostensum sibi esse quod uiderat, Bd. 4, 23; Sch. 478, 12. Ús cóm tó móde hú Dionisius I b. add :-- bissextum wæs sprecende, Angl. viii. 306, 38. deáðe worde Neádian óðerne tó máran ðrænce þonne his mód wolde nolentem cogere ad bibendum, Hml. A. 93, 25. Eálá gé ðeówan . . . swá hwæt swá gé wyrcað, wyrcað mid móde, swá swá Gode sylfum servi . . . quodcumque facitis ex animo (heartily, A.V.) operamini, sicut Domino (Col. 2, 23), Hml. Th. ii. 336, 23. Ic eów sumes fyrstes geann gé eów sylfe beþencean and on beteran móde gebringan, Hml. S. 23, 188. v. ge-, meaht-, þole-, un-mód.
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