geá
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geá
Take here in Dict., and add; I. where a question is answered in the affirmative. 1. where the question is put positively Sume aduerbia syndon con- vel adfirmatiua . . . mid ðám wé áséðað úre sprǽce. Etiam geá: manducasti hodie ? ǽt ðú tódæg ? etiam feci geá, ic dyde, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 226, 10-13. Hæfst þú ǽnig gedeorf ? Geá, leóf, ic hæbbe (etiam, habeo ), Coll. M. 20, 11, 35. Canst þú temian hig? Geá, ic cann, 25, 23. Gelýfst þú þæs. . . ? Geá, ic hys gelífe, Solil. H. 18, 8: 20, 20. Hweðer þú wille beón blíde? Geá lá geá, 34, 11. 2. where the question is put negatively Ne canst þú huntian búton mid nettum? Geá (etiam), bútan nettum huntian ic mæg, Coll. M. 21, 23. ' Láruua iúr ne unhand cáseres gæfel? ' Cueð: 'Gee (gǽ, R. etiam ), ' Mt. L. 17, 25. II. where agreement or consent is expressed Manige fédaþ þá getemedon ofer sumor. Geá (etiam ), swá hig dóþ, Coll. M. 26, 17. Mé þincð nú þæt þé þince þæt. . . Geá, swá mé þincð, Solil. H. 20, 9. ' Gif þú þone man tó mé gelǽdest . . . ic wille gelýfan.' Volosianus hym andswarode, and þus cwæð: ' Geá, ' hláford, and gif ic swylcne man geméte, hwylce méde sceal ic hym behátan?, ' Hml. A. 188, 200. Geá lá gę̄ amen , Ps. Rdr. p. 302, 18. III. in the Lind. and Rush. Glosses, and in Rtl. the word is used as an emphatic particle glossing etiam, jam, and as an alternative for sóþ, sóþlíce, witodlíce Gée ł éc sóð etiam , Mt. p. 12, 15. Gǽ ł sóðlíce, Mt. L. 11. 9. Geé ł sóðlíce, 12, 8. Wutetlíce ł gé ðéh ðe seel sié etiamsi oportuerit , 26, 35. Gée etiam , Mt. p. 14, 13 : Rtl. 22, 15. Gee, Mk. L. 13, 22. Gee (gé, R.) ł sóðlíce iam , Mk. L. 8, 2. Sóð ł gee, 12, 34. Gee ł uutudlíce, Jn. L. 9, 27. Gée, Jn. L. 14, 19 : 21, 6. Geé (gee, R.), 16, 16: 19, 33. Gee, 16, 32 : 4, 51. Giee, Mk. L. 15, 44. Gí, Mk. R. 15, 42.
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