capitol
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capitol
Add:I. in connexion with books, 1. a chapter Hér geendiaþ þá capitulas expliciunt capitula, R. Ben. 8, 31: 6, 4. Hér onginnað ðisse bóce capitulas, Ll. Th. ii. 128, 5, 7. Hér onginð seó óðer bóc mid hire capitulon, 180, 40. Mæg sé ðe wile þá capitulas æfter ðǽre foresprǽce geendebyrdian any one who likes can make an index to the chapters after the preface, Hml. Th. ii. 2, 19. 2. a short passage from Scripture, a. a lesson Fylige capitel (lectio) of þǽra apostola láre bútan béc gesǽd, R. Ben. 34, 1. Æfter geendunge þára þreora sealma sié án capitul (kapitol, R. Ben. I. 47, 9) gecweden recitetur lectio una, 41, 1. Sý ánes capitules rǽding gecweden lectio recitanda est, 11. Feówer capitulas (capitula), þæt is feówer tódála angin þæs cxviii-an sealmes, 42, 1. b. an anthem Þrý capitulas (capitula) sýn gesungene, R. Ben. 42, 4. Tó nónsange sýn þrý capitulas gesungene of þám nigan capitulum þe tó láfe synt, 18. II. a chapter, meeting of ecclesiastics Þe abbot eóde intó capitulan, Chr. 1083; P. 214, 22. [v. N. E. D. capitle. O. H. Ger. kapital (-el, -ul) inscriptio, titulus: Icel. kapituli (wk.) a chapter. From Latin.]
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