gader-tang
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gader-tang
gæder-teng. l. -tenge, and add: Contiguous, conjoint, in contact or connexion Gædertangne conjunctim (-um? ), Wrt. Voc. ii. 136, 33. 1. of material things Ðá landgemǽro ðæsse búrlandes tó Abbendúne, ðæt is gadertang on þreó genamod, ðæt is Hengestes íg and Seofocanwyrð and Wihthám (i. e. the land lies altogether but it is divided into three parts, each with its own name), C. D. v. 401, 25. (1 a) with dat. :-- Se milte bið emlang and gædertenge þǽre wambe, Lch. ii. 242, 15. Se maga biþ neáh þǽre heortan . . . and geadortenge (connected with ) þám bræg[en]e, 176, 3. 2. of non-material things, continuous Sóþe lufe gædertange hæbbende caritatem continuam habentes, Scint. 1, 4. Þurh seofen gædertange (printed -lange) dagas per septem continuos dies, Angl. xiii. 444, 1127.
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