ranc
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ranc
I. AddTó manege weorðaþ . . . tó wlance and ealles tó rance and tó gylpgeorne erunt homines . . . elati, superbi (2 Tim. 3, 2), Wlfst. 81, 15. Rancra proteruorum, An. Ox. 7, 381. II a. showy in appearance, splendid in dress (?) :-- Hé funde fíf mǽdena him tó wlitige and rance tó wunigenne mid him, Hml. S. 35, 52. III. AddOft týne oððe twelfe ǽlc æfter óðrum scendað þæs þegenes cwenan . . . þǽr hé on lócað, þe lǽt hine sylfne rancne and rícne and genóh gódne, ǽr þæt gewurde, Wlfst. 162, 22.
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