módigian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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módigian
AddHis wuldor is wyrms and meox; nú tó dæg hé módegað, and tó-mergen hé ne bið (his glory shall be dung and worms; to-day he shall be lifted up, and to-morrow he shall not be found, l Macc. 2, 63), Hml. S. 25, 262. Hí áflígdon ðá hǽðenan þe módeg-odon ongeán God (cf. they pursued after the proud men, and the work prospered in their hand, Mace. 2, 47), 242. God gewræc his forsewennysse on ðám ænglum þe unrǽdlíce módegodon, 13, 183. Þæt ná nán ǽnlípig ne módige (módgige, módegige, v. ll.: módie, R. Ben. I. III, 2), ne hine ná ne anhebbe, þonne mynstres notu manegum bið betǽht ut dum utilitas monasterii pluribus committitur, unus non superbiat, R. Ben. 125, 10. Þe lǽs þe módegodan fýnd heora ne forte superbirent hostes eorum, Cant. M. ad fil. 27: Hml. Th. i. 578, 13. Sé ðe wís byð, ne wurð hé nǽéfre módig. On hwan mæg se mann módigan þeáh hé wille?, Hml, S. 16, 373. Seó máre ne sceal módigan (módigian, v.l. ) tó swíðe ofer ðá lǽssan, Hml. A. 41, 415. Ontimber [him is] geseald tó mótgenne materia ei datur superbiendi, R. Ben. I. 110, 4. Gif man ágyte hí wyllon módiggan oððe prútian si reperti fuerint superbi aut elati, Chrd. 18, 30. v. eáþ-módigian.
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