eác
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Conjunction
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eác
conj. l. adv. , and add: I. where there is addition of objects Þǽr wearð Síulf ealdorman ofslægen ... and Eádwold, and manige eác tó him, ... swíðe mænige eác mid him, Chr. 905; P. 95, 16, 20. Þá cinges þegnas ..., ge eác sum dǽl þæs Norð-Wealcynnes, 894; P. 87, 18. Hý habbaþ eall ðá unstyriendan habbaþ, and eác máre tó, Bt. 41, 5; F. 252, 26. II. where there is addition of condition or circumstance Hét ic ǽlcne mon hine gegerwan, and faran forð, and eác bebeád ðæt ..., Nar. 9, 37. Drihten is mid þé on þínre heortan and on þínum innoþe and eác on þínum fultome, Bl. H. 5, 12. Salde se here him micle áþas þæt hié of his ríce uuoldon, and him eác gehéton þæt ..., Chr. 878; P. 76, 14. Be westan Sealwuda ge be eástan, ge eác be norþan Temese, 894; P. 87, 17: Bl. H. 15, 4: 21, 10. Hié beóð úpáhafene and eác beóð onbærnde ... ge eác beoð besmitene, 25, 7. Hé for þon ús gesette wé hine biddan sceoldan, þý wé sceolan þonne eác úre heortan geclǽnsian, ... Gehýran wé eác ..., 21, 2-5. III. combined with 1. swá Fóron micel dǽl þára burgwara, and eác swá óþres folces, Chr. 896; P. 89, 5. Línsǽd sáwan, wádsǽd eác swá, Angl. ix. 262, 11. Beóð henna ákende ... eác swá (preterea ) beóð wildeór ácennede, Nar. 34, 4. Wæs ic sáriges módes and þá míne frýnd swá eác, 30, 15. 2. swilce Ac eác swylce uerum, An. Ox. 2917: uerum etiam, 4096. Næs nó on gesundum þingum ánum, ac eác swylce on wiðerweardum þingum, Bl. H. 13, 8.
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