rǽcan
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rǽcan
I. AddHí mihton mid heora handum rǽcean and niman þæs hálgan dústes dǽl, Shrn. 81, 16. II. AddRǽc appresenta, An. Ox. 56, 18. 1. to stretch out one's hand Ne ráhten gié hondo in mec non extendistis manus in me, Lk. L. R. 22, 53. Honda hráhton on ðene Hǽlend manus injecerunt in Jesum, Mt. L. 26, 50. 2. to hold out a thing and give to a person, a. a material thing Cuidestú ðone stán ráeceð (rǽceð, R.) ł seles him ? numquid lapidem porrigit ei?, Mt. 7, 9. Rǽces, 10. Ðǽm ic láf ráhte ł ic rǽco uællo (hláf hráhte ł ic rǽce wyllo, R.) cui panem porrexero, Jn. L. 13, 26. Copp full of æcced ráhton tó his múðe (obtulerunt ori eius), Jn. L. R. 19, 29. b. a non-material thing, to give, bestow Þine dómas rǽcað gehwám ágen gewyrhta, Hy. 7, 15. Rǽc fultume tribue auxilium, Rtl. 41, 11: 23,9.
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