ildan
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ildan
Add:I. to delay, 1. with acc. Ne yllde (ylde, v. l. ) hé hit þá leng, Bd. 2, 12; Sch. 152, 4. 2. with clause Tó won yldest þú þú tó Gode gecyrre?, Archiv cxxii. 257, 9. Ne yld þú ná þú gecyrre . . . Sé þe yldeð hé ne gecyrre. Ne yldon wé ná fram dæge tó dæge þæt wé tó Gode ne gecyrron, Wlfst. 151, 15. 3. with dat. infin. , Bl. H. 7, 33 (in Dict.). 4. absolute or uncertain Ic ylde elongo, prolongo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 143, 23. Ylde, elcode distulit, i. moram fecit, abduxit, 141, 46. Hé þá lange wiðsakende yllde diu negando distulit, Gr. D. 103, 31. Ælden tricent, Wrt. Voc. ii. 122, 81. Bið ilded differtur, 16, 7. II. to dissimulate Ne sceal hé hit nó yldan and híwian, swilce hit him uncúð sý neque dissimulet peccata deliquentium, R. Ben. 13, 16. III. to decay with age. Cf. ildu; IIIa. Ielde cararit (for curarit, Ald. 157, 8), Wrt. Voc. ii. 91, 55: 19, 37. v. á-ildan, ge-ildan.
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