oft
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oft
AddSymle ł oft frequenter, Mt. p. 9, 1. Oft ł symle (gelóme, R., gelómlíce, W. S.), Mt. L. 9, 14. Oft nalles ǽne, B. 3019 : Cri. 1195. Oft nalæs seldon, Ps. Th. 74, 4. Oft and gelóme, Gen. 1670: Hy. 3, 46. Oft gelóme, Gen. 1539. Swíðe oft, Mt. 23, 37: An. 618. Búta oftor (crebro) geðuógon hondo, Mk. L., R. 7, 3 : Dan. 758. Sprec oftor ymb óðres monnes weldǽda ðonne ymb ðíne ágene, Prov. K. 10. Oftor micle þonne on ǽnne síð, B. 1579. Gif sió scyld ðára ofermétta ne gewundode ðý oftor nisi nonnunquam superbiae culpa transfigeret, Past. 311, 23. Oftost, B. 1663. Ellen bið sélast þám þe oftost sceal dreógan dryhtenbealu, Gú. 1322. Oftast, Ps. Th. 61, 9. Sum geréfa eard weardade oftast symle in þǽre ceastre Commedia, Jul. 20. Oftust, Ps. Th. 93, 4. v. ful-oft.
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