strícan
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strícan
I. add: 1. where the hand, finger, &c. , is passed over or along a surface Sete þú þíne handa forewearde wiðneoðan þínne nafolan and stríc tó þínum twám hypum, Tech. ii. 119, 22. Stríc þú mid tósprǽddum handum niþer ofer þíne breóst, 25: 126, 22. Strýc þú of ufwerdum heáfde mid þínum twám scytefingran nyþerweard forð for þíne earmas andlang þínra hleóra, 119, 16. Sete þú þínne scytefinger uppon þínne fót and stríc on twá healfa þínes fét þám gemete þe hí gesceapene beóð, 126, 9. Cyninges wífes tácen is þæt þú stréce onbútan heófod (run your hand round your head), and sete syððan þíne hand bufon þín heófod, 128, 25. I a. strícan of to rub of :-- Twængc þínne scytefinger mid þínum twám fingrum swylce þú of sumne dropan strícan wylle, Tech. ii. 125, 20. II. add: to strike Ic ofsleá and lifian ic dó, ic stríce and hǽle ego occidam et uiuere faciam, percutiam et ego sanabo, Ps. Rdr. 291, 39. v. ymb-strícan.
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