fæder-lic
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fæder-lic
Add:I. of a father Hé ðeign from faederlica forbeád byrgen discipulum a paterna vetuit sepultura, Mt. p. 15, 17. I a. referring to the Deity. v. fæder, II. Birhtu federlices (paternae ) wuldres, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 200, 31. Of héhþe þæs fæderlican þrymmes, Bl. H. 65, 31. Úre Hǽlend tó þǽm fæderlican setle eóde, 115, 33 : 5, 15. II. ancestral; of succession, lineal. v. fæder, I. 2, 2 a Þíne suna gesittað cynesetl oð ðá feórðe mǽgðe mid fæderlicre æftergengnysse (son shall succeed father for four generations ), Hml. S. 18, 385. III. of feelings or conduct, proper to a father, v. fæder, I. 5 Fadorlico ðingo patrocinio, Rtl. 63, 3: 62, 1: 50, 15. Hé æteówde fæderlice lufe, Hml. Th. i. 392, 16.
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