weg
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weg
. Ia. add: means of access Ðý lǽs sió úpáhæfenes him weorðe tó wege micelre scylde ne elatio via fiat ad foveam gravioris culpae, Past. 439, ii. II. add: [weg seems contrasted with pæþ, and with here-strǽt, -pæþ Of þám wege út æt norðgæte, on þone smalan pæþ; of þám smalan pæþ innan þá herestrét, C. D. B. iii. 468, 9. Andlang weges oð ðæt hit cumð tó dám herpaðe, C. D. iii. 414, 23] :-- On þone grénan weg; andlang weges tó wealléhes wege, and þanon on stánihtan weg, C. D. B. i. 417, 25. On weg féran to journey, travel, Lch. ii. 330, 8. III. AddHié sægdon nǽre mára weg þonne meahte on týn dagum geféran (uiam non amplius decem dierum), Nar. 25, 2. V. add Ðá þe on ðǽre synne ealnu weg licgað, Past. 179, 3. Ealne weg búton geswícincge iugiter sine intermissione, Angl. xiii. 372, 103. v. æcer-, ceaster-, ciric-, clǽg-, gemǽr-, gird-, grund-, heáfod-, heáh-, healf-, hege-, hrís-, hwæl-, hweól-, Lunden-, mearc-, mylen-, Nor-, port-, sǽ-, sláhþorn-, styfic-, syl-, well-, wíc-weg.
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