sulh
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Neuter
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sulh
I. The passage Ll. Th. i. 208, 12 seems to belong to II. , as dealing with an extent of land rather than with an implement. Such an area was to provide two men with good horses. Reference to such men may be found in the section on the gebúr, where it is said: Gif hé aferað ne ðearf hé wyrcan ðá hwíle ðe his hors úte bið, Ll. Th. i. 434, 9. See too aferian. Cf. sulh-ælmesse for the use of sulh in the sense of II. III. a sunk road (?), gully(?) On holan ríþe; þanon on sulh, of sulh tó þám ealdan túnstealle, C. D. B. iii. 605, 13. Andlang ríðe on suluc . . . andlang strǽte on ðá deópan fúra, þonon inon sulh, 188, 29-35. Of hylfes hæcce innon sulc; úp æftær suluc on ðá holan ríðe, 189, 3. Cf. sulh-ford a ford to which a sunk road leads (?) :-- Of cunuglan sulhforda, C. D. iii. 378, 6. Fram Æðelstánes hammes forda on súlforda, 411, 26: 16. On sulhford tó eaxan, Cht. Crw. 3, 2. (See note p. 47.) Sulig gráf, C. D. iii. 461, 11.
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