neádian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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neádian
Add:I. absolute Neádode inuitos, i. coactos, An. Ox. 1621. II. to force to do something Neádiende compellens (scandere), An. Ox. 2463. Neádod conpellitur, i. angariatur (per vim amittere), 2660. Neádude cogerentur, i. compellerentur (redire ), 2484. III. to force to or from something Hé ofslóh þone óþerne pe hine ðǽrtó neádode, Hml. S. 25, 227. Ne sceolon þá woruldcempan tó þám woruldlicum gefeohte þá Godes þeówan neádian fram þám gástlican gewinne, 828 : 834. Nán man ne móste neádian óðerne tó máran drænce þonne his mód wolde nec erat qui nolentes cogeret ad bibendum, Hml. A. 93, 24.
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