eafor
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
eafor
es; m. n. (?). The obligation to carry goods and convey messengers, due to the king from a tenant (?) Sit liberaturn et absolutum illud monasterium ab illis causis quas cumfeorme et eafor uocitemus ... ab ommi illa incommoditate aefres et cumfeorme nisi istis causis quas hic nominamus; praecones si trans mare uenirent ad regem uenturi, uel nuncii ... de gente Northanhymbrorum ... si uenirent supra nonam horam, tunc dabitur eis noctis pastum, et iterum de mane pergent in uiam suam, C. D. ii. 30, 33-36, 9. Cf. Erat antea in illo monasterio pastus unius noctis regi ... et quicquid rex uellet inde ducere usque ad Curig ... cum plaustris et equis, et si aduenae de aliis regionibus aduenirent debebant ducatum habere ad aliam regalem uillam quae proxima fuisset in illorum via, v. 159, 3-11. v. aferian, and see Sax. Engl. i. pp. 294 sqq., N. E. D. aver; sb. 3.
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