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Add:I. connecting two words or clauses, and 1. alone Mannes heáfod ge þá sculdro magan in, Bl. H. 127, 9. Þæfian mid lufe ge mid láþe, 45, 8. Þæs bysceopes líf on bysceopháde ge ǽr bysceopháde cujus uiri et in episcopatu et ante episcopatum uita , Bd. 4, 6; Sch. 382, 7. 2. with eác Hit God wrecende wæs on him selfum . . . , ge eác (ac ) . . . ealle eorþan wæstmbǽro gelytlade, Ors. 2, l ; S. 58, 19. Be þisse ondweardan tíde, ge eác be þǽre tóweardan, Bl. H. 15, 4. (2 a) where the two words (clauses) are connected with others :-- Þénode Willferð þone bysceophád on Eoforwícceastre, and eác swýlce (nec non et) on eallum Norþanhymbrum, ge eác (sed et) on Pehtum, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 349, 9. I a. where the second clause gives an extreme case, even :-- Wé gehiérdon betueoxn eów unryhthǽmed, ge suá unryht suá wé furðum betwuxn hǽðnum monnum ne hiérdon auditur inter vos fornicatio, et talis fornicatio qualis nec inter gentes , Past. 211, 8. Him bið leófre ðæt hé secge . . . ge ðeáh hé nyte hwæt hé sóðes secge, 217, 15. Hé líð inne mónað, ge hwílum twégen (sometimes even as long as two months ), Ors. l, I; Swt. 20, 21. Swá þá hǽðenan ðe raðor gelífdan. Oft ge þúsend manna ætgædere gelífde, Ll. Th. ii. 372, 17. ¶ ge furþum even :-- Ge furþon etenim , Ps. Th. 40, 9. Bió ðé uníðe tó clipianne, ge furðum ðína ágna sprǽca, Past. 385, 11 : 241, 1. Hé hét ofsleán ealle þá wísestan witan, ge furþon his ágene módor . . . ge furðon his ágen wíf hé ofslóg. Bt. 16, 4; F. 58, 6-8: 31, 1; F. 112, 14: 11, 1; F. 32, 26. Wyrta eft onginnað seárian, and swá eall nýtenu and fugelas; ge furðum manna líchaman forealdiað, Solil. 4, 10, 7. Þæt ic lufige ge furðum on þeófum quas amo etiam in latronibus , 16, 13. II. where ge introduces the first word or clause, and is followed by 1. ge as a connective, both . . . and . . . Ge . . . ge tam . . . quam . An. Ox. 2745 : 8, 281. Is micel unrótness ge of ðínum yrre, ge of ðínum gnornunga. Bt. 5, l ; F. 10, 24. Ge on lande, ge on óþrum þingum, ge on óþrum gestreónum, Bl. H. 51, 7. Hé ge his þeóde, ge eác þám cynnum Scotta and Pehta, ge mid his lífes bysene, ge mid láre, ge mid ealdorlicnessa ðreá, ge mid árfæstnesse his sylena swíðe brícsade, Bd. 3, 27; Sch. 322, 8-16. (la) ge . . . ge eác :-- Ge hér on worlde, ge eác on þǽre tóweardan, Bl. H. 53, 20. Ge hié him selfum heora synna bebeorgaþ, ge eác óþre syngiende rihtaþ, 63, 24. 2. and Hí hit eall álugon, ge wed, and eác áþas, Chr. 947 ; P. 112, 25. Hé geleornade ge hwæs hé God bæd and tó him wilnade, and þe his béne gehýrede wǽron didicerat et quid ille petisset, et quia petita inpetrasset , Bd. 3, 27; Sch. 321, 13.
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