á-gán
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á-gán
Dele III. and add: I. to go off, away Ágá, yrming, út of ðysum mæn, Gr. D. 223, 10. Þá hé út ágán wæs cum ille abiisset , Gen. 27, 5. Þá hí út ágáne wǽron cum essent in agro, 4, 8: cum fuissent egressi , Num. 12, 4: Mt. 9, 32. Wǽron þá men uppe on londe of ágáne, Chr. 897 ; P. 90, 26. II. of time, to pass Ic nát hwænne míne dagas ágáne beóð ignorem diem mortis meae , Gen. 27, 2. Manige geár syndon ágán, Bl. H. 187, 3. Wé ná ne rímdon þá ágánan dagas, Gr. D. 345. 32. II a. to run out (of a lease). v. un-ágán in Dict. III. to pass off, lose strength Ágǽþ evanuerit (v. Mt. 5, 13), Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 62. Ágǽtþ, 73, 2. IV. to come off, come to pass, happen Hit ágǽd eallswá hé spricð evenerit quod locutus est . Deut. 13, 2. Þín swefen ágǽð bútan frecednysse . . . swefen ágǽð mid gefeán, Lch. iii. 154, 25-6. Æfter langre tíde hit ágǽð, 156, 3. Þá sǽde hé hú hit gewurðan scolde, and hit sóna æfter þám ealswá áeóde, Wlfst. 17, 18: 44, 23 [ = K. de visione Isaiae in Dict. ). IV a. with dat. off Hé on swefne áne gesihðe be him sylfum geseah swá swá him syððan áeóde, 432, 28. Swá swá hit him sorhlíce ágióde, C. D. iv. 56, 27. V. to come out, become known Hé létt ágán út hú fela hundred hýda wǽron innon þǽre scíre he made it come out how many hundred hides there were in the shire , Chr. 1085; P. 216, 18.
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