tógædere-weard
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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tógædere-weard
adv. In directions that will bring (people] together, will lead to meeting Ða hwíle ðe hié tógædereweard fundedon while they were proceeding to meet one another; Ptolemaeus occurrere bello Perdiccae parat, Ors. 3, ll; Swt. 146, 5. Ðá hié tógædereweard fóron ðá flugon Péne swá hie eft selfe sǽdon . . , iér hié tógædere geneálǽcten when the armies were marching to meet one another, the Carthaginians fled, as they afterwards themselves said, before they were near meeting ; Ap. Claudius tarn celeriter Poenos superavit, ut ipse rex ante se victum quam congresium fuisse prodiderit, 4, 6; Swt. 170, 22: 6, 36; Swt. 294, 21. Hé ( = hié) hiera sundorsprǽce ðe hié betux ðǽm folcum tógædereweard gesprǽcan tó unsibbe brohton and hié tó gefeohte geredon their conference, which they (Scipio and Hannibal) held after going to meet one another between the armies, they brought to a hostile conclusion and prepared themselves for battle, 4, 10; Swt. 202, 12.
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