níd
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níd
Add:I. violence, force, compulsion, exercised by or upon persons Hé cwæð wǽre mid gafoles neáde (neóde, v. l.) geþrafod sum geleáffull wer fidelis vir quidam necessitate debiti compulsus. Gr. D. 157, 22. Hé wæs beótiende hé wolde mid nýde (violenter) gán in þá cyrican, 234, 15. Hí hine mid nýde (néde, neádlunga, v. ll. ) upp áhófon and on his ágen hors ásetton invitum eum in caballum levaverunt, 15, 27. Arrianus þe þider cóm nýd tó wyrcanne Arrianus, qui vim facturus advenerat, 23572. II. for, of níde of necessity, unavoidably Gif ðú for neóde áxsast æfter mínum naman if you must ask for my name, Ap. Th. 15, 21. Seó þearlwísnes þæs heardan lífes him ǽrest of nýde (néde, v. l.) becóm (ex necessitate obuenerat) for bóte his synna, Bd. 4, 25 ; Sch. 493, 19. III. necessity from the facts or circumstances of the case Nales oð bewerenesse þá symbelnesse tó mǽrsienne mæssesanges, gif þæt nýd (néd, v. l.) ábǽdeð oððe symbeldæg gelimpeð oððe óðer sácerd in þǽre stówe ne bið non usque ad prohibitionem missarum sollemnia celebrandi, cum fortasse aut festus dies exigit, aut exhiberi mysterium (pro eo quod sacerdos alius in loco deest) ipsa necessitas compellit, Bd. 1. 27; Sch. 94, 23. IV. nýd is it is necessary or needful (with dat. infin. or clause) Is mǽst neód hé áséce, Angl. ix. 261, 4. IV a. with dat. of person :--- Mé ys neód ic menge Lýden amang þissum Englisce, Angl. viii. 317, 16. V. níd habban to be under a necessity to do something Nabbað hí neóde tó farenne, Mt. 14, 16. VI. imperative demand for the presence, possession, &c. of something Nis mé þæs horses nán neód ego caballo opus non habeo, Gr. D. 15, 23. Gif wé þám þearfan, þe þæs neód bið (who is in need of the water), gerǽcað cuppan cóles wæteres, Hml. A. 141, 82. VI a. (to have) need of :-- Secgað Drihten hæfð his neóde, Mk. 11, 3. VII. (to have) need, be in want Ðá néd hæfde quando necessitatem habuit. Mk. L. 2, 25. VIII. a condition of affairs placing one in difficulty or distress; a time of difficulty; exigency, emergency Móyses sǽde Drihtne þæs folces neóde, Ex. 15, 25. Þæt Crístene menn tó cyrican faran magan and þǽr heora neóda tó Gode mǽnan, Wlfst. 278, 20. IX. a condition marked by the lack or want of some necessary thing, or requiring some extraneous aid or addition Hml. Th. ii. 340, 21 (in Dict. ). X. a matter requiring action to be taken, a piece of necessary business Martinus férde tó þám cásere, wolde for sumere neóde wið hine sprecan, Hml. S. 31, 651. Eóde hé ymbe sume neóde, Vis. Lfc. 65. XI. a particular point or respect in which some necessity or want is present or is felt Heó sende þá gebróðra tó sécenne summe stán tó swilcere neóde, for ðan þe on þám fenlande synd feáwa weorcstána. Hml. S. 20, 76. XI a. a necessary article, necessary of life :-- Ámang þám feó þe wé on þysum dagum úre neóde mide bicgað, Hml. S. 23, 706. v. ciric-, folc-, ofer-, sǽr- (?), weorold-níd ; níde, nídes.
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