deád-lic
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deád-lic
Add:I. causing death, deadly, mortal, dire Gif deád*-*lic (mortiferum; deódlic, R.) huæt gedrincas, Mk. L. 16, 18. Ðá deádlicustan (thá deátlicostan, dá deudlicustan) funestissima, Txts. 65, 942: Wrt. Voc. ii. 36, 25: 151, 61. II. subject to death, mortal, perishable Þú bist deádlic, gif ðú þæs treówes wæstm geetst, Hml. Th. i. 14, 2. Se líchama is deádlic þurh Adames gylt, 16, 17. On myrran wæs getácnod hé wæs deádlic mon, Shrn. 48, 22. Lífes deádlices vitae mortalis, Rtl. 39, 25. In líchoma úsra deádlicum in carne nostra mortali, 13, 5. Ic wát ic on libbendum men and on gesceádwísum eom and þeáh on deádlicum scio me rationale animal atque mortale esse, Bt. 5, 3; F. 12, 28. On ðissum deádlican flǽsce, Past. 159, 5. Þára gimma oððe ǽniges þára deádlicena ðinga ðe gesceádwísnesse næfþ, Bl. 13; F. 40, 7. On þissum lǽnan and on ðísum deádlicum ðingum, 32, 3; F. 118, 25. II a. subject to immediate death, about to die :-- Esne wæs deádlic servus erat moriturus, Lk. L. 7, 2. Mann deádlicne hominem moriturum, Scint. 17, 8. Cf. deáþ-lic.
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