ge-þanc
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ge-þanc
AddGeðanc cogitatio, Wrt. Voc. i. 42, 37. Mód vel geþanc animus, 33. Geþancge cogitatione, An. Ox. 56, 3. I. a thought, what a person thinks Ne wyrð þǽr bedíglod þæt dígleste geþanc þe sénig mon ǽfre geþóhte, Wlfst. 25, 14. Healde hé hine ðæt hine his ágen geðanc ne biswíce ne se imago cogitationis illudet, Past. 57, 22. Þá þóhte ic þæt . . . , ac mín látteów andwyrde þǽrrihte mínum geðance, Hml. Th. ii. 350, 14. Worda and dǽda, þeáwa and geþonca, Cri. 1584: El. 1286. Gif hié synna fremmað þeáwum and geþancum. Gen. 2413 : El. 312. Ic þæt ne forhycge heortan geþoncum, Ph. 552 : Gú. 1227. þá módhwatan on geþancum, Dan. 358. Hí mid geþoncum (thoughtfully, wisely) þeóden heredon, Az. 68. God gesyhþ ǽlces monnes geþanc and his word, and his dǽda tóscǽt, Bt. 40, 7; F. 242, 32. Geþancu (cogitationes) horige gebed mid fæstene út ánýtt, Scint. 36, 12. II. a thought, purpose, intention Hwilcan geþance mæg ǽnig man ǽfre geþencan on his móde hé tó sácerdan heáfod áhylde . . . and sóna hí siþþan scyrde, Ll. Th. i. 334, 32 : 28. God geseah his geðanc, þæt hé ne éhte geleáffulra manna ðurh andan, Hml. Th. i. 390, 5. Hé hæfde gód geþanc, By. 13. Beóð tóstencte geþancu (cogitationes) þár þár nys geþeaht without counsel purposes are disappointed (A. V.) Prov. 15,22), Scint. 199, 11: (A. V. Prov. 20, 18.), 13. Geðancas, Ps. Th. 91, 4. III. s device, design, what is thought out þ æ hié láð þurh þæs wráðan geþanc weorðan sceoldon, Gen. 631. þurh dyrne geþanc by dark design , 532. Gelér*-*eddum geðancum eruditis cogitationibus ; of witty inventions, (A. V.) Kent. Gl. 240. Leáse on geþoncum, Cri. 1120. Drihten firenfullra fǽcne geðancas tóweorpeð, Ps. Th. 128, 3. IV. thought, faculty or act of thinking, mind Wác bið þ æt geðanc on crístenum men, gyf hé ne cann understandan þurh rihtne geleáfan þæne þe hine gesceóp. Wlfst. 20, 9. Wearð him hýrra hyge and on heortan geþanc máran módsefan þonne gemet wǽre, Dan. 491. Gleáw geþances, 743. Nis mé on geþance vel on móde non mihi est cordi, Wrt. Voc. i. 54, 47. Gif hé ǽr on ðaes ofermódan engles wísan innan his geðance (ingeðonce, v. l.) of Godes gesiehðe ne áfeólle nisi more suferbientis angeli a con*-*spectu conditoris príus intus aversione mentis caderet, Past. 359, 1. Gehwá on geþance healde, Ll. Th. i. 424, 20. þríste on geþance, An. 237: El. 267. Gleáw in geþance, 807. Þá þe þurh ánfeald geðanc God lufiað, Wlfst. 24, 12. Hæbban fæstrǽde geþanc tó úrum Drihtne, 101, 23 : Hml. S. 8, 20. þurh gleáwne geþanc hé ǽrest hearpan hlyn áwehte, Gen. 1078: Dan. 536. Wec þú cléne hiortan in mé, mód-swíðne geþanc, Ps. C. 89. Blinde on geþoncum, Cri. 1127. In adverbial phrases. Cf. Romance adverbs from Lat. mente :-- Folc Drihten herað holdlice, hróre geþance, Ps. Th. 101, 16. Ic þé andette holde geþance, 118, 7. Ic þæt wénde þríste geþonce, Jul. 358. IV a. thought, thinking about something :-- þǽr nǽfre unnytte sprǽce nǽron, ne geþanc goldes and seolfres, Hml. S. 23 b, 88. [O. H. Ger. ge-danc cogitatio, intentio, sollertia, intellectus, anima.] v. breóst-geþanc, in-geþanc, mód-geþanc, un-geþanc.
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