á-feallan
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á-feallan
Add:I. of movement, 1. of that which has been standing, a. involuntary, to fall down, tumble down Assael hrædlíce áfeóll Asael protinus occumbit , Past. 296, 16. Hé mid þý horse áfeóll, Ors. 3, 7; S. 118, 5. Hé áfeóll ofdúneweard, Gr. D. 24, 25. Þá englas þe þanon áfeóllon, Hml. A. 2, 34. Nán mon ne bitt óðerne ðæt hé hine rǽre, gif hé self nát ðæt hé áfeallen bið. Past. 441, 10. ¶ used figuratively :-- Ðæt hefige mód glít niðor and niðor, oð hit mid ealle áfielð . . . hit sceal niédenga áfeallan for ðǽm slide. Past. 279, 2-5. Ðætte ðá ðe gestondan ne meahton, gif hí áfeallan scolden, ðæt hí áfeóllen on ðæt hnesce bedd ðæs gesinscipes, 397, 22. b. voluntary, to fall at a person's feet Ic for þám ege nyþer on þá eorþan áfeóll, and hé mé up áhóf, Nic. 10, 40: Hml. A. 183, 75. Efne Aman niþer áfeallen tó þǽre cwéne fótum, 100, 272. 2. of that which has been fixed, to fall off, out, away Hym of þám andwlytan nyðer áfeóll se cancer, Hml. A. 183, 70. Him ðá hǽr áfeóllon, Gr. D. 157, 8. Þǽm áfeóllan þá eágan of þǽm heáfde, Shrn. 93, 37. Se hreófla wearð nyðer áfeallen, Hml. A. 192, 320. II. of the approach of night. Cf. night-fall Mé áfeóll seó ǽfentíd þæs dæges, Gr. D. 83, 15. III. metaph. 1. of health, to fall sick Sé þe áfealð earfoðlíce hé ætwint, Lch. iii. 150, l. (l a) of moral failure, to fall into sin :-- Hí áfellað on hefegum scyldum, Past. 437, 3. Hí áfeallað on micla scylda, 7. 2. to fall from power, &c. Áscoben áfeóll inpulsus versalus sum . Bl. Gl. Ðæt wé ne mægen ástígan on ðá áre ðe hé of áfeóll. Past. 361, 5. 3. of deterioration, to fall off, away, to sink, decline, decay Sé áfealleþ, sé þe deófol weorþeþ, Bl. H. 31, l. Ǽlc þára áfealð þe þé (God ) flýgð, Shrn. 166, 24. Láriówas áfeóllun, Cht. Crw. 19, 7. Sió lár áfeallen wæs, Past. 7, 16. Áfeallan of ðǽre weámódnesse ðe hit ǽr on áhafen wæs, 297, 19. 4. of destruction, to fall to the ground, be destroyed Ǽlc riht áfeóll, Chr. noo; P. 235, 24.
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