wrecan
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wrecan
. Ib. AddHis ðeng sum þám hé hæfde beboden hé sceolde earmra manna ǽrende wrecan (beódan, ábeódan, v.ll.), Bd. 3, 6; Sch. 209, 20. Id. add :-- Þá folc him betweónum ful .x. winter þá gewin wrecende wǽron, Ors. I, II; S. 50, 21. IIIc. add :-- Hé wile forgiefan ðæt hé wrecan sceolde remittit quod ferire debuit, Past. 149, 21. III b I. to punish a fault on a person :-- Ðá scylda . . . hié on him selfum démen and wrecæn seque se judice puniat, Past. 151, 17: 429, 6. IV c. add :-- Eall his cynn mon ofslóg, þý lǽs hit monn uferan dógore wrǽcce (wrǽce, v.l.) cognati omnes supplicio traditi : ne quis eum ejusdem famliae umquam ulcisci meditaretur, Ors. 4, 5; S. 168, 6. Hé bebeád ðæt menn námen hiora sweord Godes andan mid tó wrecanne (ad ulciscendum), Past. 381, 424. IV e I. add :-- Hé wræc on þǽre byrig hiora misdǽda, Ors. 6, 6; S. 262, 2. ¶ add: :-- Hit God wræc on him, 4, 7; S. 184, 7.
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