Ne leá ic ðé ná ðæt ðú ǽgðer lufige
I do not tell you that loving both is a bad thing,
- Solil. H. 61, 17.
Hé him lóh ðæt hé hæfde his bróðor wíf (cf. dicebat illi, 'Non licet tibi habere eam,' Mt. 14, 4),
- Shrn. 123, 1.
Se consul forseah þá sægene þe þá hlyttan him sǽdon, and him lógan ꝥ hé æt þǽm gefeohte ne cóme wið Gallie contemtis auspiciis quibus pugnare prohibebatur adversum Gallos, Ors. 4, 7; S. 184, 27 : Nar. 6, 27 (in Dict.). Ꝥone síðfæt him snotere ceorlas lythwón Lógon, þeáh hé him leóf wǽre, hwetton higerófne
they said nothing to dissuade him from the journey, dear though he were to them, urged him on,
- B. 203.
Gif hé self drohtað on ðám eordlicum tielongum ðe hé óðrum monnum leán sceolde,
- Past. 133, 5.
Tó gehiéranne suá hwæt suá wé him áuðer oððe leán oððe lǽra[n] wiellen
to hear whatever we may dissuade them from or persuade them to,
- 303, 7.
Add: pp. lagen,
to blame a person or thing. See examples in Dict.
to speak with disapproval of something to a person, with the idea of dissuading or prohibiting
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