on-wreón
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on-wreón
I. AddHé onwreáh þá eorðan þe ǽr wæs oferþeaht, Ps. Th. 28, 7. Onwríg eágan míne, Ps. L. 118, 18. II. add: 1. to show to others, a. to make known a material object Meotud onwráh beorg on bearwe, Gú. 118. b. a non-material object Melchisedech godþrym onwráh éces alwaldan, Cri. 139. c. a fact (stated in a clause) 'Ðú eart þæs lyfigendes Godes Sunu' . . . hit þé ne onwreáh flǽsc ne blód, Mt. 16, 17. Críst onwráh . . . þæt is Euan scyld eal forpynded, Cri. 95. 2. to gain a knowledge of, discover for oneself Ic þæs wuldres treówes oft hæfde ingemynd, ǽr ic þæt wundor onwrigen hæfde ymb þone beorhtan beám, El. 1254. III. AddÐonne wé underfóð ðone hwǽte æt Gode, ðonne wé ongietað inweardlíce dá ǽ, and onwreóð ðá diéglan cwidas frumentum a Domino accepimus, quando in dictis obscurioribus subducto tegmine litterae per medullam Spiritus legis interna sentimus, Past. 369, 8. Maurus . . . God bæd hé him geswutelode be ðæs sceoccan gylpe, and him gewislícor onwrige þæs áwyrgedan saga, Hml. S. 6, 323. IV. AddÞé ealle heortan mínre ic onwreáge díglu, Angl. xi. 119, 67, Þonne mannum beóð wunda onwrigene, þá þe on worulde ǽr firenfulle men geworhton, Seel. 89. v. un-wreón.
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