magister
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magister
l. mágister, and add: I. a director, chief, ruler Ðonne hé gemétte ðá scylde ðe hé stiéran scolde, hrædlíce hé gecýðde ðæt hé wæs mágister and ealdormonn ( magistrum se esse resoluit), Past. 117, 6: Gen. 40, 21 (in Dict.]. Hé sette him weorca mægestras (magistros operum), Ex. 1. 11. II. master as correlative of servant or man Hit is niédðearf ðæt mon his hláford ondrǽde, and se cneoht his mágister, Past. 109, 14. III. the owner or tamer of an animal Seó leó, deáh hió wel tam sé . . . and hire mágister (magistrum) swíðe lufige . . . heó ábít hire ládteów, Bt. 25; F. 88, 10. IV. a teacher Se mágister (cf. láreow, 3), Past. 455, 20. Mid þám láreówdóme þæs heán mágistres Godes hé wæs on godcundlican þeódscipe getýd and gelæred summis providentibus magistris monasticis disciplinis erudiebatur, Guth. Gr. 112, 96. Nerón wolde hátan his ágenne mágister and his fósterfæder [familiarem praeceptoremque suum ] ácwellan þæs nama wæs Seneca, Bt. 29, 2 ; S. 66, 24. Hí hæfdon mágistras gearwe, ðá ðe hig lǽrdon and týdon (magistros, qui docerent ], Bd. 4, 2 ; Sch. 345, 14. V. (one's) master, he whose disciple one is Be þǽre hæfegan gémenne bearna cwæþ mín mægister Euripides in quo Euripidis mei sententiam probo, Bt. 31, 1 : F. 112, 20.
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