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éðel-stól

  • noun [ masculine ]
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éðel-stól, es; m.
a
paternal-seat, native-seat, country, habitation; patria sēdes, patria, dŏmĭcĭlium
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  • Eafora æfter yldrum éðel-stól heóld

    the son after his parents ruled the paternal-seat.

    • Cd. 56
    • ;
    • Th. 69,
    • 2;
    • Gen. 1129
    • .
  • He éðelstólas healdan cúðe

    he could hold [his] paternal-seats.

    • Beo. Th. 4732
    • ;
    • B. 2371
    • .
  • Engla éðelstól

    native-seat of angels,

    • Exon. 8 b
    • ;
    • Th. 4,
    • 13;
    • Cri. 52: 86b
    • ;
    • Th. 326,
    • 1;
    • Wíd. 122
    • .
  • Ðé is éðelstól eft gerymed

    to thee a habitation is again assigned,

    • Cd. 73
    • ;
    • Th. 89,
    • 23;
    • Gen. 1485: 74
    • ;
    • Th. 91,
    • 19;
    • Gen. 1514
    • .
a chief city, metropolis; urbs prīmāria, metrŏpŏlis = μητρόπολις
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  • He hét forbærnan Rómána burig, sió his ríces wæs ealles éðelstól

    he ordered to burn up the city of the Romans, which was the metropolis of his whole empire.

    • Bt. Met. Fox 9,
    • 21;
    • Met. 9,
    • 11.
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  • éðel-stól, n.