ge-samnian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-samnian
Add:I. to collect, get together. 1. the object living creatures, to assemble for a common purpose Hé gesomnade alle ðá aldormenn biscopa, Mt. L. 2, 4. Ðá hét heó gesomnian ealle þá gelǽredestan menn, Bd. 4, 24 ; Sch. 485, 3. Ðider gesomnad biðon (congregabuntur) ðá earnas. Mt. L. 24, 28. On þǽre stówe wé wǽron gesamnode, Bl. H. 141, 27. Hié þyder in wǽron tó ðǽm lofsangum gesamnode, 207, 36; 67, 21. 2. the object things, a. material Gesomnadon collegerunt, Jn. L. R. 6, 13. Rómáne gesomnodon al þá goldhord þe on Bretene wǽron, Chr. 418 ; P. 10, 17. unmǽte gestreón oþþe eal se wela þe hí dæghwámlíce gesamnodan all the wealth that daily they amassed, Bl. H. 92, 29. Malagma, quod. . . comprehendetur . . . comprehendatur in heáp bið gesamnod, Wrt. Voc. ii. 58, 57. Ic (rain) eom . . . wedre gesomnad, Rá. 31, 2. (aa) to collect what is growing, gather fruit, corn, & c. :-- Gesomnas (gisoronigað, R. ) uæstem congregat fructum, jn. L. 4, 36: colligent, 15, 6. Ne of ðornum gesomnað (colligunt) fícbeám. Lk. L. 6, 44. Gesomnigæþ (colligite) þá weód . . . hwéte gesomnigaþ (congregate) in berern mine, Mt. L. 13, 30. Úre wæstmas gesamnian to get in our harvest. Bl. H. 39, 12. Gesomnad biðon ðá unwæstma colliguntur zizania, Mt. L. R. 13, 14. b. non-material, a. to accumulate crimes, heap up damnation Hæfdon hié wróhtgetéme wið God gesomnod, Gen. 46. β to concentrate thought :-- Gesamnige hé, swá hé swíðost mæge, ealle tó þám ánum his ingeþonc. Met. 22, ii. II. to form by collecting, to collect an army, a crowd, assemble a council Eádmund cyning gesomnode micelne sinoð tó Lundenbyrig, Ll. Th. i. 244, 2 : Chr. 673 ; P. 35, 22. þá gesomnode man fyrde, 1001 ; P. 133, 21. Ǽr sió fierd gesamnod wǽre, 894; P. 84, 35. Þǽr wæs gesamnod geþeahtendlic ymcyme, Ll. Th. i. 36, 7. þǽr witena bið worn gesamnod. Sal. 400. III. used reflexively , to assemble, come together, meet. Cf. ge-samnung; III. Ðá gesomnodon wé ús ymb , Ll. Th. i. 56, 18. Æþelstán cyning and Sihtric Norðhymbra cyng heó gesamnodon æt Tameweorðige, Chr. 925 ; P. 105, 19. III. a, used intransitively Tó þǽre ylcan stowe ealle gesomniað (congregantur), LI. Th. ii. 178, 8. Gesomnedon glomerarentur (plures), Wrt. Voc. ii. 83, 44. Fariséos gesomnadun (conuenerunt) in án, Mt. R. L. 22, 34: Mt. L. 27, 62. Gesomnadun tó him ǽghwonan, Mk. L. R. I. 45. IV. to join one thing to another, join things together so as to form a whole Wel þé geríseð, þæt þú heáfod sió healle mǽrre and gesomnige síde weallas fæste gefóge, Cri. 5. sum anweald . . . his swá gesomnige (canjunxerif) swá hé þone úrne déþ, Bt. 34, 3; F. 138, l. IV a. off Beóð þonne (the day of judgement) gegædrad gǽst and bánsele, gesomnad tó þám síðe, Dóm. 103. Þæs dæges sáwla and líchaman beóð gesamnode, Angl. viii. 336, 31. IV b. of the union of marriage :-- Ne synt hig twégen, ac an flǽsc. Ne getwǽme nán man þá þe God gesomnode (conjunxit), Mt. 19, 6. te hiá mið woere hire gisomnia ðú gimeodomiga ut eam cum uiro suo copulare digneris, Rtl. 108, 42. Ðá gesinhíwan . . . bióð gesomnode (conjuncti) ðæt . . . , Past. 397, 9. IV bb. used reflexively, to marry: — -Gif wer and wíf hý gesomnien (in matrimonio se conjunxerit), Ll. Th. ii. 146, 36. Gif þeówa and þeówen hig gesamnigon (se conjunxerint), 150, 15. Geleófe men hig móton gesamnigan (in matrimonium ire), 152, 24. V. to form by union of elements, make by joining Þæt mon cúðe tóslíteð, þætte nǽfre gesomnod wæs, Ru. I. 18, V a. of the marriage union :-- Hé gesamnað sinscipas.clǽnlice lufe conjugii sacrum castis nectit amoribus, Met. II. 91. Þæt God gesamnode (junxit ), ne syndrige nán man, Mk. lo, 9. Tógædere gesamnod nodatur, i. ligatur (licitis connubii nexibus), An. Ox 1403. VI. used reflexively, to join together for a common purpose to associate for common action Hié móton hié gesomnian, gif hié willað, tó þám were. Gif hí hié gesamnian nellen, gielde sé þæs wǽpnes onláh þæs weres þriddan dǽl they may join together, if they like, to pay the 'wer'. If they do not like, let him who lent the weapon pay a third of the 'wer', Ll. Th. i. 74, 4-6. [O.H.Ger. ge-samanón colligere congregare, cumulare, glomerare.]
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