læs
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb, Conjunction
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læs
l. lǽs, and in last citation þinga for þing, and add: I. adv. or conj. Næfð nán man tó þæs hál eágan þæt hé ǽni hwíle mage lócigan ongeán þas sunnan þe wé hǽr geseóð, and húru þæs þe lǽs (all the less ) gyf heó hefð unhále, Solil. H. 35, 1. Hys mé lyst swá læng swá lǽs, 36, 17. Ðú hǽtst mé forlǽtan þá unrótnesse, ðý lǽst ic . . . þý mettrumra sí, 49, 1. Þe lǽste ( = lǽs þe) gehremde ne offenderet , An. Ox. 3675. Þe lǽste (ne forte ) beó gemétt bróþor ásolcen, Angl. xiii. 434, 982. II. as subst. Ic oft wíscte hyra lǽs wǽre swá gewinfulra, Nar. 2, 29.
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