mǽnan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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mǽnan
to mean. I a. AddHé cýðde hwæðer hé mǽnde, ðe ðæs módes fóster ðe ðæs líchoman qui pastionem cordis an corporis suaderet aperuit, Past. 137, 18. I b. add :-- 'Ne sele eldiódigum. ' Hé mǽnde ðá áwiergedan gǽstas ' nec sint alieni participes tui. ' Alienos malignos spiritus vocat, Past. 373, 25. Hwæt mǽnde Sanctus Paulus, ðá hé his láre suá cræftelíce tósceád . . . búton ðæt hé ongeat Títum hwéne monðwǽrran . . . and Timotheus hé ongeat hátheortran , . . , 291, 19.
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