carian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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carian
Add:I. to sorrow, be troubled Ne ceara þú, ne ne wép, Bl. H. 143, 3. II. to care for (ymbe), see to the welfare of, be solicitous about Se abbod mid ealre embhýdignesse carige embe þá gyltendan gebróðru omni solicitudine curam gerat abbas circa delinquentes fratres, R. Ben. 50, 18. Restan hý mid heora ealdrum þe embe hý carien cum senioribus, qui super eos solliciti sint, pausent, 47, 8. III. to take care, pains, thought, 1. with a clause Hé carað dæges and nihtes þæt his feoh gehealden sý; hé gýmð grǽdelíce his gafoles, Hml. Th. i. 66, 9. Carian hí ǽfre hú hí swýðost magan Gode gecwéman, Ll. Th. ii. 322, 6. 2. with ymbe: — Míne scép sint tóstencte ðurh eówre gýmeleáste . . . Gé cariað embe eówerne bigleofan, and ná embe þǽra sceápa, Hml. Th. i. 242, 2. Ðá sýn emhýdige and cariende embe heora ealdorscypas qui sotticitudinem gerant super decanias suas, R. Ben. 46, 11. IV. to care about, be interested in; with negative, to be indifferent to Hé hwónlíce carad ymbe Godes beboda and his sáwle ðearfe, Hml. Th. i. 342, 1. Hé náteshwón ne carað ymbe Crístes teolunge, 412, 15. Riht is abbodas nǽfre ymbe woruldcara ne ídele prýda ne carian tó swýðe, Ll. Th. ii. 320, 35. [Goth. karón: O. Sax. karón: O. H. Ger. charón (-én).]
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