on-wealh
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on-wealh
I. add: of material objects Genim ðysse wyrtewyrttruman swá anwealhne (as whole as possible ), Lch. i. 286, 18. Hit nys álýfed man hyre wyrtruman anwealhne geseón móte it is not permitted that its root be seen when entire, 318, 20. II. add: of non-material objects, physically or morally perfect Cwǽdon hí þæt heó wǽre onwelges mægðhádes and unwemme, Hml. A. 134, 603. Ðæt hié ðá sibbe anwealge oninnan him gehealden, Past. 355, 12. Ðæt hié hiora tóhopan anwealgne gefæstnigen tó ðǽm écum gódum, 393 31. Hí sprǽcon fullum and onwelgum wordum plena ad integrum verba formabantur, Gr. D. 241, 14. III. AddFæste iiii. geár, ii. onwealh (cf. iiii annos, .ii. integros, 9, n. 2), Ll. Th. ii. 228, 12.
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