mere
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mere
I. AddHé hám cymeð . . . nefne him holm gestýreð, mere hafað mundum, Gn. Ex. 107. II. add: a natural pool Æt Finchámstede án mere blód weóll, Chr. 1098; P. 234, 22. Hí þá hálgan geléddon tó ánum brádum mere. . . se mere wæs mid forste oferþeaht, Hml. S. 11, 141. Hí cwǽdon wé fundon sumne swíþe micelne mere in þǽm wǽre fersc wæter and swéte genóg ingens nos stagnum dulcissime aque inuenturos, Nar. 11, 26. On merum in stagna, Ps. L. 106, 35: 113, 8. [The word occurs in many compounds, v. Midd. Flur, s. v.] III. AddBeforan ðǽm temple stód ǽren ceác . . . ðætte ðá menn ðe intó ðǽm temple gán woldon meahten hira hónda ðweán on ðǽm mere ante fores templi ad abluendas ingredientium manus mare aeneum, id est, luterem boves portant. Past. 105, 4. v. sealt-mere, úter-mere, wíþig-mere.
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