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§86; §87; §139; §173; §182; §215; §231; §328; §329; §346; §399;
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cattle, tame beasts as opposed to wild
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  • Fugel oððe fisc on sǽ, oððe on eorðan neát, feldgangende feoh bútan snyttro, oððe wildra deóra þæt grimmeste,

      Seel. 81.
  • Inc is hálig feoh and wilde deór on geweald geseald,

      Gen. 201: 1517.
  • Feoh and fuglas, 1299.
  • Feld mid þý feó oferbrǽded,

      Bl. H. 199, 3.
property, wealth, money.
in a general sense
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  • Is betere þæt feoh þætte nǽfre losian ne mæg, þonne ꝥ þe mæg and sceal,

      Bt. 11, 2; F. 34, 18: 13; F. 38, 18, 20.
  • Hweþer micel feoh oððe weorþscipe oððe eall þes andwearda wela mæge ǽnigne mon dón swá gesǽline,

      26, 1; F. 90, 12: Wand. 108.
  • Ne sceal hé beón tó georn deádra manna feós,

      Bl. H. 43, 13: Ors. 1, 1; S. 20, 27-21, 4.
  • For feós lufon,

      Bl. H. 63, 7, 8.
  • Godes feós ðeófð

    sacrilegium,

      Wrt. Voc. i. 20, 31.
  • Sel mé dǽl fǽes (feás, R.) and dǽlde ðǽm ꝥ feh

    da mihi portionem substantiae et diuisit substantiam,

      Lk. L. 15, 12, 13.
  • Gif ðú þisses mannes feá (cf. góde, 3,

    and:

    Hé his hrægle onféng,
      280, 21) ne onfénge, Bd. 3, 19; Sch. 281, 8.
  • Gif hié feoh (fioh, v. l.) habbað and his him oftióð

    si quas haberent pecunias absconderent,

      Past. 377, 2.
  • For ðý hí wilniaþ anwealdes þe hié woldon ormǽte feoh gegaderian

    potentiam pecuniae causa petunt,

      Bt. 24, 2; F. 82, 17.
  • Heó forsalde all feh (

    substantiam) hire, Lk. R. L. 8, 43. (1 a) of an article of property :-- Gif hé (the slain slave) ánne dæg lyfað ofer þæt, hé (the owner) bið unscildig, for þám hit ys his feoh (pecunia ),

      Ex. 21, 21: Ll. Th. i. 48, 15.
  • Ǽlcere synne ǽrre ys gýtsung and lufu feóna (pecuniarum) Scint. 112, 2. (1 b) of valuable property, riches, treasure, an article or material of value :-- Wela, hord, feoh gazofilacium (cf. in Temples feh

    in corbanan,

      Mt. R. 27, 6), Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 24.
  • Ꝥ is ꝥ eallra deórweorþeste feoh

    pretiosissimum divitiarum genus est,

      Bt. 20; F. 72, 26.
  • Mið golde and mið gimmum ǽc mið suulfre ofergylded, fáconleás feh,

      Jn. p. 188, 5.
  • Deórwyrþe feoh

    opes,

      Bt. 20; F. 72, 23.
  • Gehlódon him tó húðe hordwearda gestreón, feá and freós, Dan. 66. ¶ licgende feoh

    gold and silver, treasure, money

    :-- Þæt hié bewisten eal þæt licgende feoh under ánum hrófe þæt hié begeáton oþþe on gafole oþþe on hergiunga,
      Ors. 2, 4; S. 72, 4.
  • Þǽr hé geáscade þæt Geoweorþan goldhord wæs, and þá burgleóde him ágeáfon eall ꝥ licgende feoh ꝥ þær binnan wæs,

      5, 7; S. 230, 6.
  • Hié sealdon Demostanase licgende feoh

    Demosthenes auro corruptus,

      3, 9; S. 124, 1.
property dealt with in business transactions
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  • Gehýred feoh

    locatio,

      Wrt. Voc. i. 20, 60.
  • Behýred feoh, ii. 54, 3:

    conductio,

      135, 70.
  • Geléned feoh vel on borh geseald

    res credita,

    i.
      20, 70.
  • Álǽned feoh pignus, gylden wed vel feoh arra, forweddad feoh

    fiducia,

      21, 5-8.
price paid. v. sellan;
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  • Feh blódes hit is

    praetium sanguinis est,

      Mt. L. 27, 6.
  • Mid hú micelan feó woldest þú þá habban geboht ꝥ . . .,

      Bt. 20; F. 72, 19, 21.
  • Sume hí gebycgaþ hlísan mid heora ágnum deáþe, for þǽm hí wénaþ ꝥ hí næbben nán óþer fioh ðæs hlísan wyrþe búton hiora ágnum fiore

    nonnulli venerandum nomen gloriosae pretio mortis emerunt,

      39, 11; F. 228, 29.
property given as wages, bribe (v. feoh-fang) or gift
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  • Ðý lǽs hié for ðǽm gedále ðæs feós wilnigen ðisses lǽnan lífes

    ne ex impenso munere transitoriam laudem quaerant,

      Past. 323, 12.
  • Se yfela déma onféhð medmycclum feó and onwendeþ þone rihtan dóm for þæs feós lufon,

      Bl. H. 61, 31: 43, 10.
  • Hié feoh sealdon þǽm weardum

    they bribed the keepers,

      177, 28.
  • Ꝥ feoh þe mon ðám ferdmonnum sellan sceolde,

      Bt. 27, 4; F. 100, 14.
(coined) metal, coin. v. sleán; II a
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  • Feoh pecunia vel

    nummus,

      Wrt. Voc. i. 83, 11.
  • Fífténe scillingas clǽnes feós,

      Cht. Th. 168, 16.
  • Mid uncre claene feó, ðæt wæs mid clǽne golde,

      Txts. 175, 5.
  • Hwanon þú þus eald feoh geméttest, and þus ealde penegas hider bróhtest,

      Hml. S. 23, 587.
  • Swíðe eald feoh þe man on fyrndagum slóh, 614.
  • Hwæt begytst þú of þínum cræfte? Scrúd and feoh (

    pecuniam

    ),
      Coll. M. 23, 5.
  • Feóna

    sestertiorum,

      Germ. 395, 76. v.
    ælmes-, fæderen-, forfang-, lǽce-, land-, meld-, Róm-, scrúd-, þífe-, wudu-feoh.
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