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Add:I. sound physical condition Sió hǽlo ðæs líchoman (salus corporis) , . . ðonne hé ðǽre hǽlo benumen wierð, Past. 251, 9-10. Ðæt góde mód de sió hǽlo (hǽlu, v. l. ) fut oft áweg ádriéfð, 255, 16. Sine tó manianneðá hálan ðæt hié ne forhycgen ðæt hié hér on ðǽre hwilendlican hǽlo him geearuigen ðá écan hǽlo, 247, 12. Hond geedníuad wæs tó hǽlo (sanitate), Mt. L. R. 12, 13. Swǽ hwá swǽ hæfð fulle hǽlo his líchoman (valeiudinem carports), Past. 250, 3. Waldend him mæg syllan hǽlo on heáfodgimme, Gn. Ex. 44. II. a making whole, healing, a cure Hé gehǽledum gewitte árás . . . þá ealle men on þæt gefégon hwilc wundor ðǽre hǽlo þurh Drihtnes gyfe geworden wæs (quid ibi sanitatis Domino largiente consejuerelur), Bd. 4, 3 ; Sch. 366, 5. Alle mið hǽlo untrumige omties sanando languores, Mt. p. 14, 9. Hé monge gehǽlde . . . hí symle æt Godes cempan gearwe fundon helpe and hǽlo, Gú. 861 : El. 1216. Gewuniaþ . . , gelómlico wundor hǽlo geworden beón solent crebra sanitatum miracula operari, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 365, 16. Wundra manega hǽlo (monig wundur hǽlo, v. l.) gefremede wǽron mulra sauitatum sint patrata miracula, 5, 15; Sch. 649, 11. Haelo (cf. potestatem curandi, Mk. 3, 15) sanitatum. Mk. p. 3, 10. Ic hǽla (hǽlo, L. R. ) gefremme sanitates perficio, Lk. 13, 32. III. well-being, welfare, prosperity Hé hí on hǽlo hýþe gelǽdde, swá hé hira willan wyste fytmest eduxit eos in portum voluntatis eorum, Ps. Th. 106, 29. Sige béc onsendað . . . hǽlo hýðe þám þe hý lufai, Sal. 245. ¶ in forms of greeting or address 1. on coming to or meeting a person Sié þé éce hǽlo and in eorðan lof, Cri. 411. Him hǽlu and lof secgean laudent eum, Ps. Th. 106, 31. Hé hǽlo ábeád Maria mycle, Men. 50. Mé Gabrihel hǽlo bodade, Cri. 202. Beádas hǽlo ł groetas salutate, Mt. L. ID, 12 : Mk. p. 4, 6. 2. on parting Hǽlo ábeád heorðgeneátum goldwine Geáta the lord of the Geats (Beowulf at the point of death), liberal and kind, bade farewell to his hearth-sharers, B. 2418. 3. in written communications Eusebius dǽm bróder in Drihten hǽlo Eusebius fratri in Domino salulem, Mt. p, 10, 12. Hé þám cásere hǽlo bodade þyssum worduin, Lch. i. 326, 2. Ilia, safety against attack, deliverance from unfavourable conditions :-- Horn hǽlo ús. . . Hǽlo (he álýsde ús, W. S. , R. ) from fióndum úsum cornum salutis nobis . . . salutem ex inimicis nostris, Lk. L. l. 69-71. 1. with gen. of the saver Syle ús on earfoðum fultum, for don hǽlu byð manna gehwylces ídel (vana solus hominis), Ps. Th. 59, 10. 2. with gen. of the saved Þæt hí for sibbe and hǽlo heora éðles campedon ut hi pro patriae pace et salute mililarent, Bd. 1, 15; Sch. 41, 10. Gemicligende hǽlo kyningces his magnificans salutes regis eius, Ps. L. 17, 51. IV. mental or spiritual health or well-being Ðá truman sint tó manianne ðæt hié gewilnigen mid ðæs lícuman trumnesse ðæt him ne losige sió hǽlo ðæs módes admanend: sunt incolumes ut salutem carports exerceant ad salutem mentis, Past. 247, 7. Genóh ryhte þú hit ongitst, and is tácn ðínre hǽlo indicium est erectae naturae, Bt. 36, 4; F. 178, 25. SiÍ sául, ðonne hió gebǽdd wierð ðæt yfel tó forlǽtanne . . . sécð ðonne ðá forloreaan hǽlo (salutem amissam), Past. 251, 14. IV a. safety, deliverance, salvation. Cf. III a :-- Hine God freoðade on foldan, swá hé feora gehwylc healdeð in hǽlo (cf. nó God wolde þæt seó sáwl sár þrowode, 379), þǽr se gǽst þíhð in þeáwum, Gú. 368. 'Gehǽle mé (salvum me fac) ðín sió swíðre ' . . . Hé gecýðde ðæt hé dæs écean llfes hílo (aeternam salutem) sóhte, Past. 389, 22. Ic his sácerdas mid hǽlu gegyrwe sacerdotes ejus induam salutare, Ps. Th. 131, 17. 1. with gen. of saver Sæle mé, Dryhten, þínre hǽlo heht redde mihi laetitiam salutaris tui, Ps. C. loo. Geségon égo mín hǽlo ðín (salutare tuum), Lk. L. R. 2, 30. Sæcgeað Drihtnes hǽlu, Ps. Th. 95, 2. 2. with gen. of saved. See next paragraph. ¶ the salvation effected by Christ's death Hǽl ús, wé þe synt on líchomum lifgende, and eác þá þe on helle synt biddaþ þínre onlésnesse and þínre hǽlo, Bl. H. 81, 23. Þǽt þú ús áhredde and ús hǽlo giefe sylle, Cri. 374: 613: 1575. Him selfum tó écere hǽlo. Chr. 855; P. 66, 8 : Ll. Th. i. 103, 7. Eal þis hé þrowode for úre lufon and hǽlo, 61. H. 23, 35. For manna hǽlo, 79, 3. Fore uncerra sáula héla and uncerra bearna, C. D. i. 292, 26. (Cf. pro remedio animae meae et filii nostri, 287, 31. ) Sancta Maria bróhte eallum geleaffullum éce hǽlo, 5, 31. IV b. that which produces spiritual health or well-being :-- Is wel gecueden ðætte ðæt flǽsclice líf sié ðǽre heortan hǽlo vita carnium sanitas cordis, Past. 235, 22. Ðæt hié geðencen hú micel hǽlo ðæt bið ðǽre heortan ðæt se líchoma sié medtrum ut considerent, quanta salus cordis sit molestia corporalis, 255, 14. [v. N. E. D. heal; sb.] v. un-hǽlu.
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