sceadu
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sceadu
Add: [In Ps. L. 108, 23 a weak form, sceaduwe, seems to be used: sceaduwa in 143, 4, though glossing umbra, is probably plural.] I. AddSwá swá sceaduwe þonne heó áhyldeþ sicut umbra cum declinat, Ps. L. 108, 23. Dægas his swá swá sceaduwa forðgewítað dies eius sicut umbra praterunt, 143, 4. I a. fig. :-- Oferwreáh dúna his scadu operuit montes umbra eius, Ps. L. 79, 11. II. AddOn middle sceadue deáþes, Ps. L. 22, 4. II a. destructive influence :--Ðonne hé mid dǽre sceade his slǽwðe oferbrǽt ðá scíre þe hé hæfð, Past. 336, 14. III. AddOn scadue fiðera þínra, Ps. L. 56, 1. IV a. [that which takes place in a shady place. v. An. Ox. 2885, note], a scene: — Gereónedes gyltes sceade geypte concinnati sceleris scenam prodidit, An. Ox. 2920. V. add: 1. shadow as opposed to reality Tócumendre sóþfæstnesse seó scadu áblann adueniente ueritate umbra cessauit, An. Ox. 40, 15. Seó ealde ǽ wæs swilce scadu and getácnung; Crístes bodung is sódfæstnys, Hml. Th. ii. 56, 18. 2. a shadow, shade, unsubstantial appearance Þá wearð þǽr æteówod án atelic sceadu on sweartum híwe, and sǽde þæt hé wǽre for stale ofslegen, Hml. Th. ii. 508, 1. Hé geseah þǽr standan áne atelice sceade, Hml. S. 31, 357. v. sunu-, swín-sceadu.
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