hǽlþ
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hǽlþ
Add: I. (good) health 1. of body Hé cwæit þæt hire cild gesund beón sceolde, and eal hire híwisc hǽlðe brúcan, Hml. Th. ii. 150, 19. Gif þú gesihst þé on wætere cealdan þw[e]án, hǽlde líchaman (sanitatem carports) getácnaþ, Lch. iii. 214, 14. 2. of soul, salvation Eallon þám tó écere hǽlðe þe his líchaman séceað, Chr. 1023 ; P. 156, 25. II. healing, 1. physical Heó árás andsund of þám bedde . . . þá wundrode se Þegn his wífes hǽlðe, Hml. S. 22, 55. Hé sumne blindne man gehǽlde . . . and manega gelýfdon þurh ðæs mannes hǽlðe, 34. 2. spiritual On hálwendlican þínum ł hǽlðe in salutare tuum, Ps. L. 118, 81. v. un-hǽlþ, wan-hǽlþ.
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