innoþ
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innoþ
Dele 'f[?]' (in Ps. Th. 108, 18 sió does not refer to innaþ, but to wyrgðu), and add: I. the inner part of the body Inneþas ilia (nescitis quod templa Dei sint ilia vestra, spiritus in vobis habitat, Ald, 140, 19. Cf. 1 Cor. 3, 16), Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 22. II. the stomach, womb, belly Se hálga innoð þǽre á clǽnan. Þone innoþ geceás Críst, Bl. H. 11, 20. Of innoþe uulua. An. Ox. 4086. Innoþas receptacula (viscerum), 105. II a. the intestines, bowels :-- Him eóde se innoð (cf. eall his innewearde, Hml. Th. i. 290, 19) út æt his forðgange, Hml. S. 16, 207. Wiþ innoþes forhæfdnesse, Lch. ii. 174, 3. Se bryne on ðǽm innoðe fervor viscerum, Past. 71, 6. III. used with reference to feeling, emotion, &c. þá wæs eall hire heorte ástired and hire innoð, Hml S. 30, 340. Hé wolde ðæt of ðǽm innoðum á libbendu wætru fleówen ðe on hine gelífden, Past. 467, 30. IV. as seat of appetite Fræcum innoþes gýfernesse gulosa uentris ingluvie, An. Ox. 2446. V. a gut, an entrail Se wǽta ðára innoða humor viscerum, Past. 73, 9. Hé þǽre módor innoþas áweahte ipse viscera matris exsuscitat, Bl. H. 167, 6.
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