onettan
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onettan
l. ónettan, and in 1. 26 for 1529 substitute 1579. I. add: expressing quickness of movement or procedure Heó gewát hyre west þonan feran, forð ónette, Rä. 30, 11. Mé wǽre liófre ic ónette wiþ þæs, ic ðé móste gelǽstan ic ðe gehét festino debitum promissionis absolvere, Bt. 40, 5 ; F. 240, 15. Seó stíg gelǽdde þá ónettendan (properantes) men tó ðæs weres cytan, Gr. D. 212, 20. I a. of too quick procedure, to hurry :-- Gif hé unendebyrdlíce ónet mid dǽre sprǽce si inordinate ad loquendum rapitur, Past. 93, 18. II. AddÓnettæ, ónete, ónette occupavit, Txts. 82, 712. . . III. add: of energetic movement or procedure, to press, strive Ónyt contendit (amplificare), An. Ox. 5216. Dryhtnes cempa . . . forð ónetteð, leahtras dwǽsceð, Ph. 455. Þyder gást rǽdendes ónyt (tendit), Scint. 219, 4. Mænige tó dǽdbóte gehwyrfan ónyttað (contendant), 115, 4. Cyning forð ónette the king pressed on, Hö. 41 : Vald. 2, 10. Seldséne is þæt þá (qui) welan ágniað tó reste ónetton rarum est ut qui diuitias possident ad requiem tendant, Scint. 183, 10: E. S. viii. 473, 34. Guman ónetton . . . oð þæt hý sæl ongytan mihton, B. 306: 1803: Gen. 1985. [From on-hátian.] v. ge-ónettan.
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