sang
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sang
I a. AddÞæt hé sceolde þone sang lǽran tó twelf mónþum; quatenus cursum canendi annuum edoceret, Bd. 4, 18; Sch. 437, 4. II. AddMid sange gesettendlices rynes and sealteres cum decantatione canonici cursus et psalterii, Angl. xiii. 390, 362. IV. add: 1. the service on a saint's day: cf. mæsse-sang; II. On ðone xviiii-an dæg biþ þæs martyres tíd Scĩ Magni ðæs sang (cf. mæssesang, 4) biþ geméted on þám yldran mæssebócum, Shrn. 119, 12. 2. a charm, incantation Wyrt ricinum ic bidde þú æt sý mínum sangum, and ðú áwende hagolas and ealle hreóhnyssa herba ricinum precor uti adsis meis incantationibus et auertas grandines et omnes tempestates, Lch. i. 308, 22. v. æfter-, byrgels-, herigend-, lác-, leóþ-, on-, wuldor-, wyn-, ymen-sang.
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