cnapa
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cnapa
cnafa. Dele cnafa (q. v.) and bracket at end, and add: I. a lad Cúðberht þá þá hé git cnapa wæs, Hml. S. 26, 279. Sende þone cnapan mid mé send the lad with me, Gen. 43, 8. Geonge cild and stíðe cnapan pueri vel adolescentiores aetate, R. Ben. 53, 21. Geongum cnapum pueris minore aetate, 64, 3. Of þám iungum cnihtum hí álǽddon áweg . . . and of þám cnapum ys þæt kynn git gehwǽr, Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 21. II. a (young) man in service, a servant (take here Coll. M. 19, 27: Gen. 22, 3, 5, 19 given under I. in Dict.) Mín cnapa líð on mínum húse lama, Mt. 8, 6: 12, 18. His cnapa wæs áwéd ðurh deófol . . . Se áwyrgeda gást gewát of ðámmen, Hml. Th. ii. 510, 32. [v. N. E. D. knape. O. Frs. knapa: O. L. Ger. knapo: Icel. knapi.] v. hirde-, munuc-cnapa.
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