clǽne
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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clǽne
; II. for first passage see leger; III. , and add; II a. free from encumbrance or obligation Sealde . . . seó scír his land clǽne, þá hé hit unforbodan and unbesacan bohte, Cht. Th. 376, 14. Ðis wæs úre ealra seht. Wulfstán and his sunu sealdon þæt and clǽne Leófríce, arid Leófríc and Wulfstán and Wulfríc þám bisceope, clǽne land and unbesacan, 377, 12-18. [Ælfred hauet yseld his land sacleás and clǽne (pacifice ei quiete), C. D. iv.; II. for first passage see leger; III. , and add: II a. free from encumbrance or obligation Sealde . . . seó scír his land clǽne, þá hé hit unforbodan and unbesacan bohte, Cht. Th. 376, 14. Ðis wæs úre ealra seht. Wulfstán and his sunu sealdon þæt and clǽne Leófríce, arid Leófríc and Wulfstán and Wulfríc þám bisceope, clǽne land and unbesacan, 377, 12-18. [Ælfred hauet yseld his land sacleás and clǽne (pacifice ei quiete), C. D. iv. 199, 7.] II b. free from what is shameful, of ground used for burial, hallowed, III. v. leger;
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