níþan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
níþan
p. de To envy Þweora manna þeáw is hí æfestiað óþra manna góddǽde and hefelíce níþað þá hí selfe nó ðý ǽr habban willað mos pravorum est invidere aliis virtutis bonum quod ipsi habere non appetunt, Gr. D. 117, 5. [Niðede ðat folk bim (Isaac) fel wel, and deden him flitten hire ostel (cf. me (Isaac) quem odistis et expulistis a vobis, Gen. 26, 27), Gen. and Ex. 1521. Þat þou be liþered nil þou niþe ne aemuleris ut nequiter facias, Ps. 36. 8. O. H. Ger. níden, nídón to hate, envy: Icel. níða to lampoon.]
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