wyrd
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wyrd
. IV 2. add: what is done, a deed, an action Gif hé ó wǽre gecnysseð mid mænniscre herenesse fram þám mægne þyssere wyrde in virtute facti (a miracle just performed) favore humano pulsatus, Gr. D. 59, 31. Hé gefealh his gebede for þone seócan man, and þá sóna eft hine gelǽdde tó his ágenre ræste hálne . . . Of þǽre wyrde (ex quo ejus uno facto) þæs weres wé geleornodon wé gelýfdon eallra óþra weorca, 248, 4. For þon þá wundru þe þonne geweorðað bringað þá gewitnysse þæs gódan lífes, þý ic bidde, gif hwylce sýn þé cúþe þára háligra wyrda, þú secge quoniam ipsa signa quae fiunt, bonae vitae testimonium ferunt, quaeso te, si qua sunt, referas, 91, 20. Þá þá ic sǽde þá wyrda háligra wera dum facta fortium virorum narro, 188, 5. V. AddHit ne mæg áberan þá byrðene swá mycelre wyrde ferre talenti pondus non valet, Gr. D. 228, l. V. a. AddHé nerede hý of wyrde heora eripuit eos de interitu eorum, Ps. Rdr. 106, 20.
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