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wrǽn-ness

  • noun [ feminine ]
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wrǽn-ness, e ; f.
Wantonness, licentiousness, lasciv. iousness, lust
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  • Wránnes

    lascivia, ferveniia,

      Hpt. Gl. 432, 32.
  • Wrǽúnyss

    pelulantia,

      Hymn. Surt. 126, 28.
  • Wripnnes

    luxuria,

      Fast. 43; Swt. 309, 1.
  • Wrǽnnes, seó bið ǽlcum men gecynde

    gignendi opus, quod natura semper appetit,

      Bt. 34, 11; Fox 152, 12.
  • Ðú woldest brúcan ungemetlícre wrǽnnesse

    voluptariam vitam degas,

      32, l; Fox 114, 21.
  • Sió wóde þrág ðære wrǽnnesse

    libido,

      37, i; Fox 186, 18: Met. 25, 41.
  • Werlícere wrǽnnysse

    maritatis lasciviae (luxuriae ł petulantiaé),

      Hpt. Gl. 434, 61.
  • Se anga ðære wrǽnnesse

    aculei libidinis,

      Past. 43; Swt. 309, 16.
  • Ðæt mód hæfð fulfremedne willan tó ðære wrǽnnesse

    ejus animus voluptate luxuriae delectatur,

      11; Swt. 73, 7.
  • Heó mid ungemetlícre wrǽnnesse

    (libidine ardens)

    mænigfeald geligre fremmende wæs,
      Ors. 1, 2; Swt. 30, 28: Ps. Th. 7, 13: L. E. L 32 ; Th. ii. 428, 33.
  • Nýtena willa tó nánum óþrum þingum nis áðenod bútan tó gífernesse and tó wrannesse

    pecudum omnis ad explendam corporalem lacunam festinat intentio,

      Bt. 31; Fox 112, 8.
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v. sin-wrǽnness.
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