fǽge
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fǽge
Add:I. doomed to death, fey Þonne wíf seó mid bearne . . . cweþe heó: ' Ic gonge . . . mid cwican cilde, nalæs mid cwellendum, mid fulborenum, nalæs mid fǽgan (with one that will be born alive, not with one that is to be still-born ), Lch. iii. 66, 30. Fǽge praecipitem, Germ. 402, 43. Hé fǽgra manna forðsíð foregleáw sǽde, Hml. Th. ii. 152, 2. II. doomed to eternal death, damned Æt heldore þǽr firenfulra fǽge gǽstas æfter swyltcwale sécan onginnað ingong, Gú. 532. [v. N. E. D. fey.]
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