dæg-ðerlíc
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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dæg-ðerlíc
[ = dæg-hwæðer-líc]; adj. Daily, present; diurnus, hodiernus Ðis dægðerlíce gódspel sprecþ ymbe ðæra Iudéiscra þwyrnysse this daily gospel speaks of the perversity of the Jews, Homl. Th. ii. 224, 29. On ðisre dægðerlícan rǽdinge in this daily lecture, i. 194, 24. Se gódspellere Lucas beleác ðis dægðerlíce gódspel mid feáwum wordum the evangelist Luke concluded the gospel of this day with few words, i. 90, 8. Ðás dægðerlícan þénunga these daily services, ii. 86, 24. Hí þeónde þurhwunodon óþ ðisum dægðerlícum dæge they have continued prospering to this present day, ii. 132. 14: i. 28, 28: 32, 8.
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