hǽr
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hǽr
Add:I. a hair Hér pilus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 117, 40. 1. a human hair, hair of a person's head Hér (capillus) of heófde iówrum ne bid forloren, Lk. R. L. 21, 18. fýr heora ne æthrán, ne furþum án hǽr heora heáfdes, Hml. S. 30, 454. Ne mæhtú énne hér (unum capillum) húit geuirce, Mt. L. 5, 36. Him Þá hǽr (his hǽr, v. l.) áfeóllon fills cadentibus, Gr. D. 157, 8. Héras (capilli) heáfdes, Mt. L. 10, 30. Héro (hér, R. ), Lk. L. 12, 7. Heora wæs má þonne hǽra on mínum heáfde, Ps. Th. 39, 14. Ne efesiad eów ne eówre hǽr ne sciron (non facietis calvitium), Deut. 14, 2. a hair of an animal Of nǽrum (of hérum ðǽra camella, Mt. L. 3, 4) de pilis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 71. 61. Wullan fliásum, hérum. Txts. 151, 4. Hǽrum, Rä. 36, 4. II. a number of hairs together 1. a lock. v. hǽr-locc Hǽra cincinnarum. Au. Ox. 1199. 2. a fringe Ðá hér fimbrias, Mt. L. 23, 5. III. with collective force, hair 1. of persons Hǽr cesaries, pilos, Wülck Gl. 290, 11. Unbeganum locca fexe and fúliendum hǽre inculta criniculorum cesarie et squalente capillatura, An. Ox. 1214. 2. of animals Sume bróhton gáte hǽr . . . þæt gate hǽr getácnode þá stíþan dǽdbóte, Ælfc. Gen. Thw. 3, 31-6, v. heáfod-hǽr.
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