openian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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openian
I. AddByrigen opengende (patens ), Ps. Rdr. 5, 11. II. add: 1. to spread apart, expand Openiendum þé hand þíne, Ps. L. 103, 28. 2. to make an opening in Hí openodon þone hróf, Mk. 2, 4. 3. to disclose, declare, make known Þone cyning þǽm þe hé þæs heofonlican ríces wuldur mid his gewinne openede (-ade, v. l.) and cýðde regem cui gloriae caelestis suo labore notitiam prouenisse gaudebat, Bd. 1. 32; Sch. 100, 21. Openede declaravit, i. manifestavt (flaminem a facinoribus immunem esse ), An. Ox. 2925.
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