earm-heort
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earm-heort
Substitute: I. poor-spirited, faint-hearted On óðre wísan sint tó monianne ðá ofermódan and ðá úpáhæfenan on hira móde, on óðre wísan ðá earmheortan and ðá wácmódan (pusillanimes ), Past. 209, 2. II. pitiful, tender-hearted Hé wæs tó þám earmheort (swá mildheort, v. l. ) him ofhreów ástépede wíf, gif hé ne gehulpe hire dreórinysse, Gr. D. 18, 13. [Cf. Mildhertnesse is nemned ec arm*-*hertnesse. Armheorted is þe man þe reoweð his sinne and milce bit, O E. Hml. ii. 95, 29. Goth. arma-hairts misericors: O. H. Ger. arm*-*herz misericors.]
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