hreóh-nes
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hreóh-nes
Add: , hreów-nes. I. storm, tempest (lit. or fig.) Wearð ðáre sǽ smiltnesse áwænd fǽringa and wearð micel reównes áweht, swá seó sǽ cnyste þá heofonlican tungla, Ap. Th. 10, 26. Ýstendre (wealcendre) sǽ (reóhnesse) flódas feruentis (i. furentis) oceani flustra, An. Ox. 2475. On réþre þreóhnesse in seuo turbine, Wülck. Gl. 252, 32. Ne lǽt ús besencan on ðissere cealdan hreóhnysse, Hml. S. 11, 187. Ýstende reóhnesse tumentem (aequoris) insaniam, An. Ox. 2500. Gedréfednesse ðreóhnessum tribulationum turbines, Wülck. Gl. 251, 41. Scúra hreóhnessa procellarum turbines, An. Ox. 4415. Gif þunor cymð æt þǽre xii tíde dæges, hreóhnessa and stormas sé bécnað, Archiv cxx. 48, 33. II. a stormy, troublous time Þonne hwylc hrínnes oððe éhtnes upp árás oborta occasione, Gr. D. 232, 7. On þǽre hreóhnesse, gedréfnesse ea tempestate (florens ), An. Ox. 2420. III. a rough place, desert(?) Hine hig tihton on unwæterigre stówe ł on reóhnesse (in inaquoso ), Ps. L. 77, 40. v. hreóh a storm.
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