ge-lecgan
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ge-lecgan
Add:I. with a material object. 1. to lay, place Gyf þysse wyrte sǽd man ofer þá scorpiones gelegð, Lch. i. 248, 23. Noldon hí þæt feoh gelecgan on heora fǽtelsum, Hml. Th. ii. 250, 17. Hé wæs on ðissere beðunge geléd, i. 86, 24. On scríne geléd in sarcofago delatum, An. Ox. 2905. Gelegdum jactatis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48, 44. 2. to settle the regulations concerning an object, determine by law the character of Se wudu is gemǽne swá hé on ældum tímum gelægd wæs sylva, sicut antiquis temporibus lege cautum erat, est communis, C. D. iv. 202, 13. II. with a non-material object, to lay a command, task, &c., upon a person 'Ábeódað míne ǽrende tó ðám gemóte . . . and cýðað hwǽm ic mínes landes geunnen hæbbe' . . . Heó ridon tó ðám gemóte and cýðdon . . . hwæt heó on heom geléd hæfde, C. D. iv. 55, 9. [Goth. ga-lagjan to lay, lay up: O. H. Ger. ge-leggen ponere, mittere, dis-, re-ponere.]
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