sóna
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sóna
Add:I. within a short time, 1. with reference to a definite past or future time Hǽlend him tó cwæþ, 'Lóca nú'. . . Hé þá sóna instæpes geseh, Bl. H. 15, 27. Þá cleopedon his ðegnas him tó . . . Hé him sóna ondwyrde, and him stiernlíce stiérde, Past. 197, 18. 2. in general statements in which the time reckoned from is indefinite Se líchama hine ná ne onstyreþ syþþan seó sáwl him of biþ; ac sóna hé molsnaþ, Bl. H. 21, 28. Hine nǽnig mann mihte gebindan, ac sóna instæpe (continuo ) þá bendas tóslupan, Bd. 4, 22; Sch. 457, 15. II. followed by eft, efter Hér Rómáne þǽm pápan, his tungon forcurfon and his eágan ástungon . . . and þá sóna eft Gode fultomiendum hé meahte geseón and sprecan, Chr. 797; P. 56, 12. Sóna efter (statim iterum) se hona gesang, Mk. L. 14, 72. III. (so) soon (as) , denoting 'at the very time or moment when, whenever' Sóna ic þínes suna róde geseó, ic mid þám wiðsace þissere worulde, Hml. S. 23 b, 451. Se gegyrla þe ic hæfde, sóna swá ic Iordanen oferfór, mid ealdunge tótorene forwurdon, 570. Sóna swá ic anwóc, swá wilnode ic eft wínes, Past. 431, 17. Sóna swá ic þé ǽrest geseah ðus murciende, ic ongeat þú wǽre út áfaren of þínes fæder éþele, Bt. 5, 1; F. 8, 27. v. eft-, efter- sóna.
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