on-rǽs
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on-rǽs
Add:I. of violent movement Férde eall seó heord myclum onrǽse (impetu) niwel on þá sǽall the herd went with a great rush headlong into the sea, Mt. 8, 32. II. of hostile movement. 1. by a living creature, attack, assault Án hrem bewerode líc . . . and þá réðan deór áflígde mid his onrǽsum, Hml. S. 37, 243. 2. of destructive movement by a thing, a. material Ongan seó bryne beón gebíged in hí sylfe, efne swá swá mid bígnesse his ágnes onrǽses (sui impetus), Gr. D. 48, 7. Onrǽs inruptionem (diluuii), An. Ox. 2480. b. non-material Gálnysse onraes byrnende innoþe gefylledum æthabban ys unmihtelic libidinis impetum ardentem ventre satiato retinere est impossibile, Scint. 57, 8. III. of military operations, 1. invasion, incursion, attack of a country Ðá fǽrlíce wearð þæs fyrlenan leódscipes onrǽs into Gallias, Hml. S. 31, 95. Fram onrǽse ab incursu, Ps. L. 90, 6. Ofslagene wurdon fela þæs folces mid fǽrlicum onrǽsum, Ælfc. T. Grn. 20, 44. 2. an attack, assault on a body of troops On þám forman onrǽse hé áflígde Ualentinianum, Hml. S. 31, 646.
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