múþ
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múþ
Add:I. the external orifice in an animal body which serves for the ingestion of food, together with the cavity to which this leads Heó bróhte án twig on hire múðe (in ore suo ), Gen. 8, 11. Mid nebbe, múþe cýwat, pluc(ciaþ) rostro, i. ore decerpunt, i. rodunt, An. Ox. 100, Ne geunclǽnsað ðæt nó ðone mon ðæt on his múð gǽð, Past. 317, 14. II. the mouth considered as the receptacle of food or with reference to swallowing, devouring, tasting, &c. Gefriða mé of þæs león múðe, Ps. Th. 21, 19. Hé is swíðe biter on múþe and hé þé tirþ on þá þrotan, Bt. 22, 1; F. 76, 29. Ne forbinde gé nó dǽm ðerscendum oxum ðone múð, Past. 104, 8. Múða gehwylc mete þearf, Gn. Ex. 125. II a. applied to things personified :-- Grǽdigum múþes ceáflum ambronis orci faucibus , An. Ox. 837. III. considered as the instrument of specen or voice Se crístena man sceal clypian tó his Drihtne mid móde and mid múðe. Hml. S. 17, 137. Ðá sylfan his láreówas æt (æfter, v. l.) his múðe writon and leornodan doctores suos auditores sui faciebat , Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 486, 20. His word þe hié æt his sylfes múþe gehýrdon, Bl. H. 119, 32. Hé ne ontýnde múþ his, An. Ox. 40, 33. Hí habbað dumne múð, Hml. Th. i. 366, 26. III a.,, Se múð þæs rihtwísan smeáð wísdóom, 36, 30. Of þǽre heortan willan se mútt spicð, Mt. 12, 34. Þára múðas sprecað mánídel word, Ps. Th. 143, 9: 62, 9. III b. in various prepositional phrases, I. with þurh Ðá Godes word ðe þurh his múð beóð gesprecen, Past. 373, 22. Swá hé spræc þurh his hálegra wítegena múð, Lk. I. 70. 2. with of, in, on Of ðǽra cilda múðe þú byst hered, Ps. Th. 8. 2. Of þínum múðe ie ðé déme, Lk. 19, 22. in múte twégen oþþe þreó gewitnesse stonde gehwilc word, Mt. R. 18, 16. (2 a) Of ánum múðe with one voice :-- Hí sungon þysne sang swylce of ánum múðe, Hml. S. 11. 164. III c. in other phrases: I. to shut the mouth, keep silence Ðeáh hié ðæs líchoman múð belúcen, Past. 271, 23. 2. to put words in another's mouth, tell him what to say Sete mín word on his múð, and ic beó on þínum múðe and on his múðe, Ex. 4, 15. 3. to seek in a person's mouth, seek to be told by a person Sió ǽ sceal beón sóht on ðæs sácerdes múðe, Past. 91, 17. IV. the exterior opening of the mouth considered as part of the face Gif múð wóh weorðeð. Ll. Th. i. 14, 9. His (the dead man's ) eágan beóþ betýnde, and hisand his næsþyrlo beóþ belocene, Bl. H. 59. 14. Hí setton áne spyngan tó his múðe, Jn. 19, 29, Swingað hine on his múð, 243, 2. V. the opening of anything having a containing capacity, by which it is filed or emptied :-- þæt feoh geseah on þæs sacces múðe (in ore sacculf ), Gen. 42, 28. VI. the outfall of a river His líc ligð æt Tínan múþe, Chr. 792 ; P. 55, 30.
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