sǽd
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sǽd
I. add: 1. what is sown: in pl. kinds of seeds .iii. æceras geerian on heora ágenre hwíle and mid heora ágenan sǽda gesáwan, C. D. iv. 306, 28. Sǽdu on eorðan sendan, Lch. iii. 188, 1. 2. an individual grain of seed Hiera sǽd gefeóllon on ðá ðornas, Past. 67, 20. Gelíc senepes corne . . . Ðæt is ealra sǽda (séda, R., from allum sédum, L.) lǽst simile grano sinapis . . . Quod minimum est omnibus seminibus, Mt. 13, 32. I a. add :-- Ne becóme hé nó tó ðǽm sǽde ðáre wróhte, Past. 358, 2. Þǽr nǽnig láreów ǽr cóm þá sǽd sáwan þæs hálgan geleáfan, Bd. 3, 7; Sch. 212, 8. V. add: 1. semen Wið swíðlicne fléwsan sǽdes, Lch. i. 220, 3. Wíf. . . ymbe .xl. níhta þæs ðe heó þám sǽde (semen) onfó, Ll. Th. 154, 16. Gif man on ciricean slǽpende his sǽd ágeóte, 138, 11. 2. progeny Nim of eallum clǽnum nítenum seofen and seofen ǽgðres gecyndes. . . þæt sǽd sí gehealden ofer ealre eorðan brádnisse, Gen. 7, 3. Séd árleásra forweorðeð, Ps. Srt. 36, 28. Ealle seofon hí hæfdon, and sǽd (séd ł teám, L., séd, R.) ne lǽfdon, Mk. 12, 22. v. æcer-, beán-, cawel-, corn-, nǽp-, senep-sǽd.
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