ge-reáfian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-reáfian
Add:I. to take with violence, rob something Hié gereáfiað suá heáne láriówdóm suíðor ðonne hine geearnien culmen regi-tninis rapiunt potins quam assequuntur. Past. 27, 19.Þú hit ná hú elles begitan ne miht, búton þú hit forstele oððe gereáfige, Bt. 32, l ; F. 114, 8. Gehreáfian (diripiant) ælðeódige geswinc his, Ps. L. 108, Ðá ðe hiora ágnu ðing sellað, and ð,á ðe wilniað óðerra monna gereáfigan (-reáfian, v. l.) qui sua distribuunt, et qui rapiunt aliena, Past. 319, 13. Ia. to rob from (on) a person :-- Nymðe hé geinnige ðæt hé on úrum Drihtne gereáfod, C. D. v. 331, 9. II. to strip an object of a covering, clothing, &c. Gehreáfadon hine ðæs fellereádes exuerunt ilium purpura, Mk. L. 15, 20. Mið ðý gehreáfod hús wæs nudato tecto, Lk. p. 4, ac. [O. H. Ger. ge-roubón vastare]
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