hatian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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hatian
Add:I. the subject a person, 1. the object a person. α. to hate as deserving reprobation þá þe ic hatige, ðá ic hatige for þí þe hí þæt gód þǽre gesceádwísnesse wendað on yfel, Solil. H. 16, 14. þú hátast ealle þá þe unriht wyrceað, Ps. Th. 5, 5. Ðá cwǽdon þá hálgan hí hine hatedon for his geleáfleáste, Hml. S. 11. 60. β. to feel the strongest dislike towards Ne mæg nán man twám hláfordum þeówian; hé sóþlíce ǽnne hatað and óðerne lufað, Mt. 6, 24. Ne scyle nán wís mon nǽnne mannan hatian ; ne hataþ nán mon þone gódan, búton se ealra dysegosta; ne nis nán riht mon þone yfelan hatige, ac hit is rihtre him mon mildsige, Bt. 38, 7 ; F. 210, 15-18. γ. to bear malice to Ǽlc ðǽra þe his bróðor hatað is manslaga, Hml. Th. i. 54, 7. Ne scealt þú nǽnne mann unscyldig hatian thou canst not hate any man and be innocent, Angl. xii. 517, 21. ¶ where malicious action is expressed orr II. 2, hatung; II. þé þæt wíf feóð, hatað under heofnum and þín heáfod tredeð, Gen. 912. Eádige beó gé þonne eów men hatiað and éhtað and onhiscaþ, Lk. 6, 22. Wæs þæs wyrmes wíg wíde gesýne . . . hú se gúdsceaða leóde hatode and hýnde, B. 2319. Lufa þínne néxtan and hata þínne feónd, Mt. 5, 43. þreóra cynna syndon morþras, is Ne meahte hé on þám feorhbonan fǽhðe gebétan, nó hé þone heaðorinc hatian ne meahte láðum dǽdum, B. 2466. 2. the object a thing. a. material On þǽm dæge hié hatigaþ þisse worlde welan and þá þing þe hié nú lufiaþ, Bl. H. 93, 21. b. non-material. Cf. (1 α) Ne hatað hé nán yfel, Ps. Th. 35, 4. Hatiaþ yfel and fleóþ, Bt. 42 ; F. 258, 24. Lufie mon þone man and hatige his unþeáwas, 39, 1 ; F. 212, 8. Hatian, Met. 27, 32. Mé is álýfad þæt yfel tó hatianne, Solil. H. 16, 17. II. of an animal. 1. cf. I. 1 β Ðá styriendan nétenu . . . hyrigaþ monnum, lufiaþ hí lufiaþ and hatiaþ hí hatiaþ, and flióð hí hatiaþ and sécaþ hí lufiaþ, Bt. 41, 5; F. 252, 24-28. 2. cf. I. 1 γ ¶ Mýs hættende sorices insectanda, An. Ox. 8, 388. v. ge-hatian.
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