for-déman
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Add:I. to give judgement against a person. 1. in a general sense, to condemn, express disapproval of Hé (St. Martin ) nǽnigne man unrihtlíce fordémde, ne nǽnigum yfel wiþ yfele geald, Bl. H. 223, 32. 2. in a civil case Þý lǽs ǽnig man cweðe þæt ic míne mǽgcild mid wó fordémde, Cht. Th. 486, 28. 3. in a criminal case, to condemn, sentence to punishment Hwǽr synd þá ðe þé wrégdon? Ne fordémde (condemnauit) þé nán man ... Ne ic þé ne fordéme (condemnabo ), Jn. 8, 10, 11. Hí habbaþ démena naman, and ... hié for feós lufan earmne fordémaþ búton scylde, Bl. H. 63, 11. Heó nolde seccgan unsóð and hí sylfe fordéman, Hml. S. 12, 241. 'Ðú eart fordémed.' Ðá cwæð Apollonius: 'Hwá mihte mé fordéman, mínre ágenre þeóde ealdorman? ... For hwilcum intingum hæfð hé mé fordémed? ... Micclum ic eom fordémed, Ap. Th. 8, 1-7. Scyldig reus, fordémed damnatus vel condempnatus, Wrt. Voc. i. 86, 62: 49, 2. Ealle þá þe fordémede wǽron ... hié hit eall forgeáfon, Ors. 4, 9; S. 190, 35. Fordémendra dampnatorum, i. proscriptorum, An. Ox. 3479. (3 a) in a spiritual sense :-- Sé þe mé forsyhð ... hé hæfð hwá him déman sceal. Mín word sceal hine fordéman (judicabit, Jn. 12, 48), Hml. A. 9, 219. Se fordémda þrowað on þám ýttrum þeóstrum, Hml. Th. i. 530, 24. Hí ne beeódon heora geleáfan ... ðás beóð fordémede, 396, 27. Fordémde, Bl. H. 87, 2. (3 b) where the punishment to which a person is condemned is stated :-- God fordémð þá dyrnan forligeras on helle súslum, Hml. A. 19, 144. Mon fordémde ealle þá Bryttas ... sume hí wurdon forblende, and sume wrecen of lande, Chr. 1076; P. 212, 24. Se cásere hine fordémde þyder (to Patmos ), Hml. S. 29, 96. Hí hine fordémdon tó deáþe, Hml. A. 75, 70. Hí wurdon deádlice and fordémde tó helle, 3, 58: 80, 184. II. to confiscate, sequestrate, v. for-déming Fordémet addicit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 4, 51. Fordémde proscriberentur (possessiones earum fiscali jure ), An. Ox. 4845. [He let him fordéme lif and lime, O. and N. 1098.] III. to give judgement on, decide, determine Hé ǽr on him fordéme gif líf his on wyrþscype sí wel þæslic ante in se discutiat si uita honore sit condigna, Scint. 125, 5. Swá segð se apostol (v. 1 Cor. 11, 29) ná fordémiende (dijudicantes ) líchaman Drihtnes, Angl. xiii. 389, 344. [v. N. E. D. fordeem.]
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