lytig
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lytig
Add:I. in a good sense, prudent Letig astutus (Prov. 13, 16), Kent. Gl. 450: 485: callidus (Prov. 22, 3), 809. Leti, 412: versutus (Prov. 12, 23), 424. II. in a bad sense Litig and pǽtig versuta et callida, Germ. 389, 21. Letig wer hatol vir versutus odiosus, Kent. Gl. 487. Wénst þú þæt seó mengio þínra monna þé mæge dón gesǽligne ? Nese, nese. Ac gif hié yfele sint and lytige, ðonne sint hié þé pleólicran gehæfd þonne genæfd, Bt. 14, 1 ; Fox 42, note 10.
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