flówan
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AddFleów fluxit, decurrit, manavit, flówen fluitent, flówendum fluido, i. fluenti, Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 70, 64, 63. (i) to flow as a stream in its bed, or a fluid over a surface :-- Þín blód fléwþ ofer eorðan swá swá wæter, Bl. H. 237, 6. Flóweð (fléweð, v.l.) seó eá betwyh interfluente amne, Bd. 5, 2 ; Sch. 556, 5. Þæt hnesce and flówende wæter. Bt. 33, 4 ; F. 130, 3. Mid flówendum teárum, Hml. S. 3, 626. 2. to be or become fluid Weax þe fleúwð ł melteþ caera quae fluit, Ps. L. 57, 9. Flýwð, 67, 3. (2 a) fig. :-- Þæt deáde flǽsc rotað leahtorlíce, þonne se deádlica líchama ðeówað þǽre flówendan [fluid, and so capable of rotting ?) gálnysse, swá swá se wítega be sumum cwæð: 'Ðá nýtenu forrotedon on heora meoxe,' Hml. Th. i. ii 8, 14. 3. of persons, to resort in great numbers, come or go in streams Þá him fleówon tó forwel menige, Hml. Th. ii. 158, 30. 4. of (immaterial) things, to pass away, be transitory Se wlite þæs líchoman is swíþe fliónde (flówende, v.l.) formae nitor rapidus est. Bt. 32, 2; F. 116, 17. 5. to issue from a source Ðanon fléwð eallum mildheortnys and gifu, Hml. Th. i. 448, 2. Of his innoðe fleówð líflic wæter . . . þæt wæter þe of ðám stáne fleów, ii. 274a 4-9 Of his sídan út fleów blód and wæter samod, 360, 12. Hé eft cymþ tó þám ilcan ǽwelme þe hé ǽr út fleów, Bt. 24, l; F. 80, 27. Ðæt of ðǽm innoðum á libbendu wætru fleówen, Past. 467, 30. 6. to flow (opposed to to ebb) Seó sǽ symle feówer prican oððe fíf lator flówð. Ðonne se móna úp áríst, þonne ongiuð seó sǽtó flówanne, Angl. viii. 327, 27. Fléwð, Lch. iii. 268, 16. 7. to be flooded, be covered with a fluid Oft of ðinnum rénscúrum fléwð seó eorðe, Hml. Th. ii. 466, 8. Hé bát his tungan þæt heó on blóde fleów he bit his tongue, so that it was bathed in blood, 312, 25. Feól sum preóst of þám weorce, swá hé sámcucu læg . . . and fleów eall blóde, Hml. S. 6, 165. 8. to flow with. a. of a stream, where the material of the stream is given Ðeáh ðe him ealle streámas hunige fleówan, Sal. K. p. 86, 4. b. of other things, to abound Tó gódan lande, þæt ðe fleówð mid meolce and mid hunige, Hml. Th. ii. 192, 8. Flówendre (blówendre?) praepollenti, i. florenti (gazarum affluentia), An. Ox. 3602. v. ge-flówan ; eft-, fiþer-, singal-, tó-flówende.
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