reáfian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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reáfian
I. 1. AddÐá ðe óðre men reáfiað, Past. 329, 10. Hé óeth;re menn reáfode, 339, 2. Tó reáfigeanne, 327, 25. (1 a) to rob aperson of something, α. with gen, Hé wile reáfian ðone his anwaldes, Past. 371, 25. God reáfian lǽteð eówere dohtra heora oferrancra heáfodgewǽda, Wlfst. 45, 25. β. with a prep. Gif hwylc man reáfige óðerne æt his dehter si homo quis alterum filia sua spoliaverit, Ll. Th. ii. 208, 7. I. 2. AddHí woldon mynster reáfian, Chr. 1087; P. 223, 14. II. add: absolute or with acc. of thing taken: 1. absolute Ðæt hé for ðý syngige and reáfige ðý hé tiohchie ðæt hé eft scyle mid ðý reáfláce ælmessan gewyrcean, Past. 341, 21. hyg hreáfian ł hig gegrípan ut rapiant, Ps. L. 103, 21. Ne scírð hé nó hwæðer hié reáfoden, oððe hwelc óðer yfel fremeden, Past. 329, 8. Giétsian and reáfian for hiera wǽdle, 341, 4. Swá swá leó hreáfiende ł grípende sicut leo rapiens, Ps. L. 21, 14. 2. with acc. Ðá ðe giét fliétað æfter óðera monna (gódum) and hié reáfiað qui aliena rapere contendunt, Past. 319, 16. (2 a) to take something from a person :-- Biþ leófwendra sé ðe gold selþ ðonne sé þe hit gaderaþ and on óþrum reáfaþ, Bt. 13; F. 38, 13. [v. N. E. D. reave.] v. on-reáfian.
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