rǽsan
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rǽsan
I. add: 1. of an object that moves itself Hé wearð geangsumod, and rǽsde tó ðám were þe ðǽr offrian wolde, and ofslóh hine sóna, Hml. S. 25, 225. Án ormǽte heort . . . gewende fram þám flocce, and rǽsde intó þám wudu, 30, 30. Rǽsde án nǽddre of holum treówe . . . and hyne tóslát, Shrn. 144, 27. Lazarus wæs hyne ásceac-ende . . . and wæs fram ús rǽsende, Nic. 14, 37. 2. of an object that is moved Fǽringa rǽsde (áhleóp, v. l.) forð of þám hylfe ferrum de manubrio prosiliens, Gr. D. 113, 25. II. AddUpp rǽsað þeóda and wiðerrǽde weorðað surget gens contra gentem, Wlfst. 91, 21. v. á-rǽsan.
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