hagal
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Neuter
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hagal
hagol, hagul. Add: [m. and] n. (v. Ps. L. 147, 17). I. hawl (v. N. E. D. hail) 'Ic sende micelne hagol . . . sweltað ealle þá þing þe úte beóð and se hagol him onufan fealð.' . . . Drihten sende hagul, Ex. 9, 18-23. Eall þæt se hagol lǽfde, 10, 15. Ic ásende ǽlcne untíman, þæt bið egeslíce greát hagol, sé fordéð eówre wæstmas . . . , Wlfst. 297, 7. On hagule in pruina, Bl. Gl. I a. n. A hailstone: — Hé ásendeþ gycelstán his swá swá hagalu (buccellas ), Ps. L. 147, 17. II. a hail-storm: — Smelt hagol imber serotinus, Kent. Gl. 560. Hagelum ł scúrum imbribus, An. Ox. 360.
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