hatung
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hatung
Add:I. Cf. hatian; I. 1 α, β Hatung áwecþ saca odium suscitat rixas, Scint. 1, 12. Gif ǽnig þing ungeþwǽrlices on his geþance ríxade . . . hé hine sylfne geclǽnsige fram ǽlcre hatunge leahtre, R. Ben. 38, 19. Hwí is se deófol swá onweard þám men ? For þǽre hatunge þe hé hæfþ tó his scyppende (propter odium in creatorem ), Angl. vii. 8, 65. Heora gelícan nǽron on þæs cáseres lande, ne him swá leófe, gif hí noldon áwendan þá lufe tó hatunge, Hml. S. 11, 59. Bið rihtwísnys on dóme forhwyrfed for ege and for gýtsunge and for hatunga and for lufe, Hml. A. 148, 108: 113. Ǽlce yrsunge and andan and hatunge áworpan fram úrum heortum, 142, 112. II. hatred that finds expression in acts. Cf. hatian; I. 1 α, γ ¶ Hé him fremode mid þǽre réðan éhtnysse hatunge, Hml. Th. i. 84, 12. Hine se kyning hider and þider áflýmde, and hé his éhtnysse and his hatunge fleáh, Guth. 76, 15.
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