neáh
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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§7,
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neáh
adj. AddNeáhne proximum, Germ. 400, 524. Neágum proximis, 399, 409. I. add: 1. local Sume synd stówlice, þá geswuteliað gehendnysse oððe ungehendnysse . . . proximus neéxð (neáhst néxt, nýxt, nýhst, v.ll. ], Ælfc. Gr. Z. 14, 21. Þá gegaderode micel folc hit of þám niéhstum burgum, Chr. 921 ; P. 102, 4. 2. marking relation, position, or order Cyninges þegenes (heregeata) þe him nýhste syndon, Ll. Th. i. 414, 9. II. add Se Sunnandæg waes ealra daga se ǽresta, and hé bið eft se néxta ł ættemesta, Wlfst. 210, I. Ǽr his néxtan dæge, Hml. Th. ii. 152, 8. Þá þá hé sceolde álǽtan þæt níhste orað and ágyfan his gást cum extremum spiritum ageret. Gr. D. 324, 15. v. un-neáh, ende-néhst, and the neáh- compounds.
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