læt
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læt
Add:I. slow, sluggish Be lattre meltunge sumra metta, Lch. ii. 160, 9. Late lento , Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 62. On óðre wísan sint tó manianne ðá ðe bióð tó late (pigri: cf. ðá sláwan 19), on óðre ðá ðe bióð tó hrade, Past. 281, 18. I a. 1. with gen., B. 1529: Dóm. 89 (in Dict.). 2. with prep., An. 46: Ll. Th. ii. 404, 20 (in Dict.). 3. with dat. infin., Past. 281, 6 : Lk. 24, 25 (in Dict.). 4. with clause, Bl. H. 43, 22 (in Dict.). II. delayed or deferred in time, late Gif se biscop þá gýt lǽttra wǽre hé inne eóde si adhuc episcopus tardius intrasset , Gr. D. 59, 18. III. advanced in point of time in the course of the day or night, late Ðá seó lætre (lættre, v. l.) tíd weóx cum hora tardior excrevisset , Gr. D. 128, 12. Hí wǽron genýdde hí for þǽre lættran tíde (tardiori hora ) wunedon læng þonne hí sceoldon, 126, 26. Oð ðá lætran tíde, 24.
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