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í-dæges

  • adverb
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í-dæges, adv.
Wright's OE grammar
§557;
On the same day
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  • Se ðe sleá his ágenne þeówne esne and hé ne sý ídæges deád

    he who smites his own slave, and he die not on the same day,

      L. Alf. 17; Th. i. 48, 13.
  • Hí ne móston metes þicgan gif hí igdæges tó mynstre gecyrran mihton

    they were not allowed to partake of food if they could return to the monastery on the same day,

      Homl. Th. ii. 166, 32.
  • Swá hraþe swá hé him tó com ýdæges swá gewát hé of ðisum andwerdum lífe

    as soon as he came to him, on the same day, he departed from this present life,

      176, 3.
Etymology
[Cf. í-síðes.]
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