eádgian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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eádgian
Substitute: eádgian, eádigian, eádigan; p. ode. I. to make happy Hand unhál wíf seó þe ná eádigað wer hyre manus debilis mulier quae nan beatificat uirum suum, Scint. 224, 4. II. to bless, enrich with something (gen. ) Sé þe eádgað ús siges, óðrum forwyrneð wlitigan wilsíðes, Cri. 20. III. to call blessed Hí (the Virgin Mary ) englas eádigað and ealle þeóda, Hml. A. 136, 690. Heó is ús tó herianne and tó eádgienne, for þon þe heó engla þreátas eádige bodedon, Bl. H. 11, 11. [Goth. audagjan to call blessed: O. H. Ger. gi-ótagón ditare: Icel. auðga to make happy; to enrich.] v. ge-eádgian.
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