þreágan
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þreágan
I. add: (i) the object a person Ne ðreáð ús nán monn, ne furðum áne worde ne tǽlð ne verbi quidem ab aliquo invectione laceramiur, Past. 117, 21. Ðonne ðá ealdermenn ðreágeað ðá scyldgan cum delinquentes subditos praepositi corrigtint, 12. Ðreáddon increpuerunt, Ps. L. 15, 7. Ðá ðe him ondrǽdað ðæt hié men for hira scyldum ðreágen corripere culpas metuunt, Past. 91, 9: 195, 25. Miehtig tó ðreánne (arguere ), 91, 15. 2. the object a thing (fault, sin, &c. ) Mon hiera scylda ne ðreáð, Past. 129, 12. la. to threaten, cf. þreágung; II :-- For ðæm ryhtan edleáne Dryhten ðreáde ðurh ðone wítgan quod videlicet ex ira justae retributionis per prophetam Dominus minatur, Past. 133, 5. IV. to press, urge :-- Hé ongan his geféran swíðe þreágan (urgere ) hí scoldon on þá tíd út faran, Gr. D. 38, 12. Gif hí synd þreáde mid frécnesse deáþes si mortis periculo urgetur, Bd. l, 27; Sch. 79, 14.
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