yfel-sacian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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yfel-sacian
Substitute: to blaspheme (In the passage Bl. H. 189, 24 for should probably be read , the original Latin is: Ne tantas Deo inferret blasphemias. v. Archiv xci. 190) Gé gehýrað hú hé Gode yfelsacað, Nap. 88. Hé gewunode hé yfelsacode þæs ælmihtigan Godes mægnþrym majestatem Dei blasphemare consueverat , Gr. D. 289, 8: 290, 1. Hé yfelsacode . . . þá forðbigférendan yfelsacedon on hine, Nap. 88. Hé lange ǽr wæs yfelsaciende, and swá þeáh lifde gesund blasphemus vixerat , Gr. D. 289, 27. v. ge-yfelsacian.
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