leás
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. II. AddSóðfæst verax, sóðsagol veridicus, leás fallax vel mendax, unsóðsagol falsidicus , Wrt. Voc. i. 76, 17-20. 1. of persons (or personifications). a. not truthful Ic cwæð þæt wǽron ealle menn ungemete leáse ego dixi, 'Omnis homo mendax,' Ps. Th. 115, 2. b. not real, false, pseudo- Leáse crístas and leáse wítegan, Mk. 13, 22. Þá leásan godu, Ap. 49. c. not to be trusted, perfidious, deceitful Leás fyrnhicge prostituta pellax , An. Ox. 2940. Leás wiht (leáswiht ?)(Satan ), Sat. 727. Sió óðru wyrd is leás and beswícþ ealle hire geféran illa fortuna fallit , Bt. 20 ; F. 70, 33. Fram leásum áþume geypt a pellaci genero proditus , An. Ox. 2377. Leásum perfido (fratre ), 5068. Hí weorþaþ bereáfode ǽlcre áre fram heora leásan cyninge, Bt. 29, 2 ; F. 104, 17. Leáse sceáweras spies , B. 253. Þá leásan men, þá þe mid tungan treówa gehátað, fácenlíce þencað þonne hié æt néhstan beswícað, Leás. 24. d. of conduct, loose, licentious, cf. leásung; IV. Ualerianus wæs swíðe leás man and wrǽne aa Valerianus levis ac lubricus extitit , Gr. D. 341, 2. 2. of things. a. in reference to speech, untruthful, lying, false Leásre wróhte strofose accussationis , An. Ox. 4236. Swilce hé gebringe ðá sóðan láre tó leásum gedwylde, Hml, Th. ii. 2, 24. For hwí ðé hátan dysige men mid leásre stemne wuldor?, Bt. 30, 1 ; F. 108, 2. Leásum spellum, Met. 26, 1. b. sham, not genuine Hét Maxentius mid micclum swicdóme oferbricgian ðá eá mid scipum, and syððan ðylian swá swá óðre bricge . . . hé ne gemunde ðǽre leásan bricge þe hé álecgan hét, Hml. Th. ii. 304, 27. Leása gesǽlþa falsa bona , Met. 12, 27. Þás feówer (the four evangelists) syndon tó underfónne, . . . and forlǽtan þá óðre þe leáse gesetnysse (pseudo-gospels, apocryphal writings ) gesetton, Hml. S. 16, 224. c. false, not to be trusted, deceptive, vain, worthless Ic nolde unc beswice ǽnegu leás anlícnes (cassa imago ) for sóþa gesǽlþa, Bt. 34, 1 ; F. 134, 8. Se leása wéna þára dysigena monna hominum fallax opinio, 27, 3 ; F. 98, 32. leáse lot bewrigen mid wrencum fraus mendaci compta colore , Met. 4, 46. Eálá hú leás is þysses middaneardes wela, Chr. 1086; P. 219, 6. d. faulty, incorrect, false (as in false quantity) Solocismus bið sum leás word on ðám ferse, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 294, 10. v. un-leás.
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