fisc-noþ
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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fisc-noþ
Substitute : fiscnoþ (-naþ), fixnoþ, es; m. I. fishing, the action or practice of taking fish, 1. by persons Heora fixnoðe gelamp micel earfoðnys . . . Wé rǽdað . . . þæt Drihten héte tuwa áwurpan net on fixnoðe, ǽne ǽr his ðrowunge, and óðre síðe æfter his ǽriste . . . Se ǽrra fixnoð getácnode þás andwerdan gelaðunge . . ., and se æftra fixnoð getácnode þá tówerdan gelaðunge gecorenra manna tó ðám écan lífe. On ðám ǽrran fixnoðe wurdon swá fela gelæhte þæt þæt net tóbærst . . . On ðǽm æftran fixnoðe wurdon gelæhte manega fixas, and þæt net swá þeáh áðolode. Hml. Th. ii. 290, 5-21. Lǽrde hé hí on fiscnaðe him andlyfene sóhton . . . ; ac seó þeód þone cræft ne cúþe ðæs fiscnoþes nemne tó ǽlum ánum docuit eos piscando uictum quaerere . . . ; sedpiscandi peritia genti nulla nisi ad anguillas tantum inerat, Bd. 4, 13 ; Sch. 420, 5-11. Petrus gecyrde eft tó his fixnoðe . . . óðer is þæt man him ðurh fíxnoðe bigleofan tilige, and óðer þæt man ðurh toll feoh gegadrige, Hml. Th. ii. 288, 17-30. Hé hét hý áweorpan heora net on fixnode. Nap. 22, 32. Far ðé on fiscnoð mid mé, Ap. Th. 12, 6. 2. by other living creatures Geseah hé scealfran . . . éhtende þǽra fixa . . . þá bebeád hé þám scealfrum hí geswicon þæs fixnoðes, Hml. S. 31, 1323. II. a place where there is fishing, a fishing-ground Wǽron twégen gebróþra . . . and hæfdon ǽnne fixnoþ on ánum brádum mere . . . ac þǽr wurdon eft æt þám wæterscipe micele gefeoht for þám fixnoþe. Se bisceop . . . ábæd æt Gode hé worhte þone wæterscipe tó yrþlande, and wæter gewænde of þám fixnoðe, and wæs se mere áwend tó felda, swá man erode ealne þone fixnoþ, Nap. 22, 21-28. Hé stód mid ðám folce swá wið ǽnne fixnoð, wæs án brád mere Genesareð geháten, 30. Sí ðis mynster fram eallum eorðlicum þeówdðme freóh . . . , ðæt is on feldum and on lǽsewum, . . . and on sealtum merscum, and on fiscnoðum, C. D. iii. 350, 8. Mid allum ðǽmnytnessum ge on fixnoðum ge on médwum, v. 186, 5. III. what is caught, a catch, draught of fishes :-- Cwæð hé : 'Wurp fit þín net, and þé fixnoð (fiscnoð, v.l. ) becymð.' . . . Wearp þá út his net, and þǽr wearð oninnan án ormǽte leax, Hml. S. 31, 1273. Ne bærst heora net on ðisum fixnoðe . . .; and þes fixnoð getácnað þá hálgan gelaðunge, is eall crísten folc . . . Se fixnoð æfter his ǽriste getácnode þá gesǽligan Crístenan . . . þá þá Petrus geseah swylcne fixnoð mid hym, þá feól hé tó þæs Hǽlendes cneówum . . . His geféran . . . wǽron eác áfyrhte for þám fixnoðe, Nap. 22.
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