winnan
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winnan
. A. I b. add: to be ill Hé winneð, and eft in þǽre untrumnise se mon swelteð, Archiv cxxix. 34, 25. Hé winneð (hine ádl gestandeð, v.l. ), 30. I c. :-- Mé sǽdon his geongran sum wer wunne on þǽre hefigestan hatunge his gesacan quidam vir gravissima adversarii sui aemulatione laborabat, Gr. D. 158, 25. Ná má heó ne byþ winnende on feferádlum, 29, 25. II. add: 5. where the subject of the verb is a word denoting strife, to be carried on Mé lysteþ ásmeágean hwilc and hú micel wǽre gecamp þe wann on þæs mannes breóstum considerare libet quale quantumque in ejus pectore certamen fuerit. Gr. D. 18, 4. v. on-, wiþ-winnan; ofer-, ongeán-, sam-winnende.
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