ǽ-bylgþ
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Feminine, Neuter
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ǽ-bylgþ
ǽ-byl(i)gþ(u); f. (but n. in El. 401). Add:1. anger Ébylgðu indignatio, Ps. Srt. 68, 25. In ébylgðu in indignatione, 29, 6. Gif hwylce beóð ðára ðe hwæt ǽbylhða wið óðre habbað, ðonne sceolan hig ðá forgyfan if there are any of those that have any angry feelings against others, they shall give up those feelings, Ll. Th. ii. 434, 7. 2. what causes anger, offence, injury Ðá sendon Rómáne ǽrendracan and bǽdon ðæt him man gebétte ðæt him ðǽr tó ábylgðe (ǽ-, v. l.) gedón wæs missi a Romanis legati, ut de illatis quererentur injuriis, Ors. 4, 1; S. 154, 11. Nánum syllende ǽnige ǽbyligþe (offensionem ), Scint. 116, 14. Wé ðæt ǽbylgð nyton ðe wé gefremedon wið ðec, El. 401. Þeáh wé ǽbylgð wið hine oft gewyrcen, synna wunde, 513. [Cf. O. H. Ger. gi-buluht ira.] v. a-bylgþ in Dict.
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