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I. AddÐá ðá hé ongeat ðá scylde on Annanian and Saffiran cum Ananiae et Sapphirae culpam reperit, Past. 115, 12. Ðæt mód ne mæg ongietan ðá tóweardan yfelo imminentia mala non prospicit, 431, 20. III. add: to be sensible of Ic ne ongyte náne trimðe ne on móde ne on líchaman, Solil. H. 49, 3. Þý lǽs se Godes þeów ǽniges teónan óht ongeáte for þissere gemétingce nec quidquam Dei famulus ex conventione eadem injuriae sentiret, Gr. D. 35, 27. IV. AddÐonne hié eal ðá hálgan gewritu ryhtlíce ongiten (-gieten, v. l. ) hæbben cum recte cuncta de sacra Scriptura sentiunt, Past. 371, 4. V. add: a. with gen. Ic ealles þises middangeardes ná máran dǽles ne angite búton ðætte on twám onwealdum gewearð, Ors. 2, 5; S. 86, 16. VI. AddÐonne hé geornlíce ongiett (-git, v. l.) ðá inneran and ðá gǽstlican ðing on his ingeðonce cum studiose interiora penetrat, Past. 141, 15. Ðæt hé clǽnlíce and ryhtwíslíce ongiete ðæt ðæt hé ongiete caste intelligit, 349, 3. Ðá ðe ðá word ðǽre hálgan ǽ ryhtlíce ongietan cunnon qui recte verba legis intelligunt, 371, 1. VI a. to understand a person, perceive the true character of :-- Ðonne hié hié selfe ongietað ad se reducti, Past. 293, 25. Ongite (-giete, v. l.) hé hine selfne, 115, 4. VI b. to seek to know :-- Ðæt hié hié selfe ongieten on ðǽm hálgum gewritum ut in divinis sermonibus semetipsos requirant, Past. 371, 2. VII a. add :-- Egypte flugon forhtiende, fǽr ongéton, Exod. 452. Wæs Sanctus Paulus gecostad ðæt hé ongeáte his synna, Past. 423, 21. Wé magon fullecor ongietan and tósceádan ðá sprǽce hanc discretionem plenius agnoscimus, 115, 6. VII b. 1. AddÐonne ðá láreówas ongitað ðæt ðá ðe him underðiédde beóð him tó hwón God andrǽdað quando ab subditis Deum timer! rectores deprendunt, Past. 109, 14. Hé ongæt (oncneów, v. l.) þæt heó wæs gehǽled in þá ylcan tíde ea hora saluti restitutam virginem agnovit, Gr. D. 29, 29. Mid þý hí ðá ðá elreordigan ongeáton þæt hí wǽron óðerre ǽfestnesse qui cum cogniti essent a barbaris, quod essent alterius religionis, Bd. 5, 10; Sch. 601, 10. Ongiete hé ðæt hé bið óðrum monnum gelíc aequalem se ceteris cernat, Past. 115, 4. (3a) add :-- Þá þe ic þé ongæt secgan quae te dixisse cognovi, Gr. D. 139, 14. (3 b) add :-- Hé hine selfne ongeat him gelícne se illi similem recognovit, Past. 115, 11. Mid þý wé ús eft ongeáton máran gefeoht tóweard noua conspirari cognoueram bella, Nar. 17, 11. 4. AddHé wæs gehæfd and ongyten mycelre geearnunge man, Gr. D. 26, 7. Hé wilnode ðæt hé wǽre ongieten úpáhæfen ofer ealle óðre gesceafte, Past. 301, 11. Ðǽm ðe on giéfernesse ongietene beóð wile folgian fierenlust gulae deditos luxuria sequitur, 311, 4. IX. to observe, consider Ðý sint tó manienne ðá ðe on ðisse worulde orsorglíce libbað, dæt hié geornlíce ongieten (solerter considerent) ðætte sió orsorgnes hwílum bið tó ðǽm gelǽned . . . , hwílum tó ðǽm . . . , Past. 389, 29. X. to know how to do something Sé ðe geornlíce conn ongietan ðæt hé of him gadrige ðæt him stælwierðe sié, and wið ðæt winne dæt him dereð qui sollicite noverit et sumere ex illa, quod adjuvat, et expugnare, quod tentat, Past. 115, 2.
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