ed-hwyrft
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ed-hwyrft
Substitute: I. return to a place Ús is áléfed edhwyrft tó þǽm écean lífe, Bl. H. 137, 14. Gesǽligum edhwyrftum felici reditu, Wrt. Voc. ii. 148, 30. II. return, recovery from a condition Oftigen bið him torhtre gesihðe . . . þæt him bið sár in his móde . . . ne wéneð þæt him þæs edhwyrft cyme (he does not expect to recover from his blindness ), Gn. Ex. 42. III. return to a condition Þá þǽr sóna wearð edhwyrft eorlum siððan inne fealh Grendles módor there was a return to the old state of things for the men after Grendel's mother had forced her way in, B. 1281.
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