sægen
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sægen
I. add: 1. of a particular statement Modicum et non videbitis me, et reliqua . . . Wundrodon hí swíðe þǽre sægene, Hml. A. 73, 19. Holofernes æfter þissere segene gebealh hine cum cessasset loqui Achior verba haec indignatus est Holofernes, 107, 145. Hé cwæð þæt hé wolde þám wífe gemyltsian, ac hé ne mihte gafol álecgan . . . 'Gif þú woldest myltsian and ne mihtest, þǽr is sum beládung on þǽre sægne (segene, v. l. ),' Hml. S. 3, 185. 2. a narrative, story, relation Seó fúle cwæð heó eóde tó hyre licgendre on lǽces híwe . . . 'ac ic hrýmde . . . oþ þæt án mínra wímmanna mé wið hine áhredde.' Gelýfde Philippus þǽre fácenfullan segene, Hml. S. 2, 190. Hé mé cýþde mid his ágenre sægne (segene, v. l.) . . . relatione sua me docent, quod . . . , Gr. D. 220, 3. Hé him eall sǽde his síð be ændebyrdnysse, and folc æfter his segene feóllon tó eorðan, Hml. A. 107, 160. Sum engel him sǽde hwæt þá óþre bisceopas on heora sinoþe sprǽcon, and se hálga wiston hwæt hí þǽr rǽddon þurh þæs engles segene, Hml. S. 31, 687.
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