wyrcan
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wyrcan
Dele at end' fore-, in- (Exon. Th. 337, 21; Gn. Ex. 68)', and I. I. AddGebiddan neód ys and weorcean orare necesse est et operari, Scint. 35, 3. (2 a) add :-- Wíngeard wyrcan blíðnysse líf getácnað vindemiare, hilaritatem uitę significat, Lch. iii. 212, I. II. I 2 a. AddWeg þú weortest on sǽ uiam fecisti in mari, Ps. L. Lind. 242, 20. Byrgenne swelce hiera þeáw wæs þæt mon rícum monnum bufan eorðan of stánum worhte, Ors. 4, 10; S. 202, 5. Wyrtgemang wyrcan, Gr. D. 318, 3. (l a β) add :-- Ǽgwilc treíw gód gódne wæstmas bereþ ł wyrceþ omnis arbor bona fructus bonos facit, Mt. R. 7, 17. Hwílum wyrmas heortcoþe wyrceað, Lch. ii. 176, 13. (l b) add :-- Fíf hund and feówer and syxtig atomi wyrcað án momentum . . . syx tída wyrcað ánne fýrðling, and feówer fýrðlingas wyrcað ánne dæg, and seofon dagas áne wucan, Angl. viii. 318, 43-319, i. (l c β) :-- Ne wyrce gé mínes fæder hús tó mangunghúse nolite facere domum patris mei domum negotiationis. Jn. 2, 16. III. 2. AddWeorc þe þú wercende wǽre ł weorhtest opus quad operatus es, Ps. L. 43, 2. V. to work, produce an effect, have influence Hond sceal heófod in wyrcan the head must work upon (or influence) the hand, Gn. Ex. 68. v. brycg-, samod-wyrcende.
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