ge-hnǽgan
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ge-hnǽgan
Add: — Gehnǽgith sternit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 121, 35. Full oft hit ðæs deófles dugoð gehnǽgeð, Sal. 399 (2nd ed.). Gehnǽcþ (=?-hnǽgþ, see ge-hnǽcan) deprimit, Germ. 401, 117. Sé þe hine áhæfæþ, hé bið genægeþ; and sé þe hine genǽgeþ (humiliaverit), hé bið áhæfen, Mt. R. 23, 12. Ic eom gesǽged and gehnǽged and swíðe geeáðméd incurvatus sum et humiliatns sum usquequaque, Ps. Th. 37, 8. Hiora ríce wæs gehnǽged inclinata sunt regna, 45, 5. Fleáh fǽgegást, folc wæs geh[n]ǽged, Exod. 169. [Goth. ga-hnaiwjan to humble: O. H. Ger. ge-hneigen inclinore, subjugare.]
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