preón
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
preón
es; m. A pin, brooch, fastening Preón vel oferfeng vel dalc fibula, Wrt. Voc. i. 40, 53. Dolc oððe preón spinther, 74, 59. Hió becwiþ hyre ealdan gewíredan preón is an .vi. mancussum, Chart. Th. 537, 35. Ic geann mínre yldran dehter ... ánes bendes and twegea preóna[s] and ánes wífscrúdes ealles, 530, 21. Menum ł preónum monilibus, Hpt. Gl. 434, 71. Mynas, preánas lunulas, 458, 30. [Þe vikelare ablent þene mon and put him preon in eien, A. R. 84, 2. Gol prenes and ringes, Gen. and Ex. 1872. Scot. preyne, prene, prin a pin made of wire: Icel. prjónn (Vigfusson compares with Gael. prine) a pin, knitting pin : M. H. Ger. pfrieme : Ger. pfriem : Du. priem. Cf. also M. English prene to stick with a pin: Yorkshire Dialect prin-cod a pincushion: Scot. prein to pin; prein-cod, -head pin-cushion, -head : Icel. prjóna to knit.] v. eár-, feax-, mentel-preón.
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