cæppe
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cæppe
AddPlacidus cwæð þæt hé gesáwe bufon his heáfde Benedictus cæppan (kæppan melotem, Gr. D. 116, 12), and him wæs geðúht þæt seó cæppe him átuge of ðám streáme, Hml. Th. ii. 160, 18. Hé geann Eádwine mæssepreóst his kæppan (cope), Cht. Crw. 23, 17. Se munuc bewand þone hreóflian mid his cæppan, Hml. Th. i. 336, 12. Sácerd, þonne hé mæssan singe, ne hæbbe hé on cæppan (cappam), Ll. Th. ii. 140, 9. Ðá dyde Albanus on hine þæs preóstes cæppan (caracallam, Bd. 1, 7), Shrn. 93, 31. Se bisceop brǽd of his cæppan (ceppan, v. l.), Hml. S. 31, 469: 913. Þis synd þá mádmas þe Adeluuold bisceop sealde . . . is . . . iiii. cæppan, Cht. Th. 244, 6. Mid kæppum (cappis) gescrýdde, Angl. xiii. 427, 881. v. canter-cæppe; cappa.
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