bén-tíðe
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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bén-tíðe
bén-tigðe, bén-tiðige; adj. [bén a prayer; tíða, tíðe possessing, having obtained; compos] . I. having obtained a prayer, benefitted, favoured, successful; precum vel supplications compos, fortunatus Hie ðǽr, Godes þances, swíðe béntíðe [béntiðige, col. 2; béntigðe, p. 153, 10, cols. 1, 2] wurdon æfter ðam geháte there, God be thanked, they were very successful after that vow, Chr. 883; Th. 152, 9, col. 3. II. accepting a prayer, exorable, gracious; deprecabilis Beó ðú béntýðe vel gehlystfull ofer ðíne þeówan deprecabilis esto super servos tuos, Ps. Lamb. 89, 13.
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