strídan
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strídan
Add: to mount a horse Hé him sylf sóna strád (ástáh.v. l.) upon his hors ipse statim ascendent equum, Gr. D. 81, 20. [Wiche strides he makede dunward and eft uppard, seið Salomon . . . 'Ecce uenit saliens in montibus et transiliens colles' 'here he cumeð stridende fro dune to dune, and ouerstrit þe cnolles,' O. E. Hml. ii. 111, 34.] Þe leome gon striden a seoue strengen, Laym. 17982. Towarde þe autere gon he stride, C. M. 10235. Mon in the mone stond ant strit, Spec. 110, 1. Sete forth thyn other fot, stryd over sty, 111, 2. Love is stalewarde and strong for to striden on stede, An. Lit. 96, 9.]
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