á-bǽdan
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á-bǽdan
Substitute the following: I. to force, wring Ele ábǽdan and áwringan of þám bergum ab olivis exigere oleum torquendo, Gr. D. 250, 22. II. to compel Gif ðæt nýd ábǽdeþcum exhiberi mysterium ipsa necessitas compellit, Bd. l, 27; S. 497, 1. Ne hé on horses hrycg cuman wolde, nemne hwylc nýd rnáre ábǽdde nisi si major necessitas compulisset, 3, 5 ; S. 526, 28. Wé beóþ genýdede and ábǽdede, ðæt wé sceolon ágyldan, Gr. D. 350, 10. III. to demand, require. 1. where the object is something needed or requisite Nániges fultumes ábǽdeþ (-d, MS. ) sió lár nullum adjutorium expostulet ratio, Nar. 2, 2. Gif se geleáfa ábǽdeþ si fides exigat, Gr. D. 176, 14: 333, 19. Ðá ðe se hring ealles geáres on wurþunge symbeldaga ábǽdde ea quae totius anni circulus in celebratione dierum festorum poscebat, Bd. 4, 18; M. 314, 23. Hí ðæt scyp gehlæsted hæfdon mid ðám ðingum ðe swá mycles síþfætes nýd ábǽdde quae tanti itineris necessitas poscebat, 5, 9; S. 623, 18. Hí wæron gefédde mid ðæs gecyndes neád;þearfnysse ábǽde (? the passage seems to mean 'that they fed on what nature required for her needs'), Hml. S. 23b, 130. 2. where the object is something due, a tax, or the like Ic him álýfde alle nédbáde tuégra sceopa, ðá de ábǽdde beóð from ðaem nédbáderum, C. D. i. 114, 20. Ys fíra ǽnig ðára ðe . . . an man áge deáð ábǽde, ǽr se dæg cyme is there any man whom death can claim before the appointed day comes? (? the passage seems corrupt), Sal. 478.
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