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ge-regnian

  • verb [ weak ]
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Grammar
ge-regnian, -rénian; p. ode; pp. od, ad
To put, dispose, adorn
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  • Ge-regnian,

    inficere,

      Cot. 112.
  • Hwæðer him leófre wǽre ðe he hý ealle acwealde ðe hý libbende to bismre gerénian héte

    whether he would rather that he should kill them all or should order them to be put to shame while living,

      Ors. 3, 8 ; Bos. 63, 14.
  • Lii hit oftræd and hie to loman gerénode ðæt hie mec ǽnigre note nytte beón ne meahton 52

    it trode down and made them cripples so that they could be of no use to me;

    calcatos inutiles fecit,
      Nar. 15, 26.
  • Ðonne hangaþ ðǽr eác búfan ðǽm lástum geregnod swíðe mycel leóhtfæt

    moreover there hangs, placed above the footsteps, a great lamp,

      Blickl. Homl. 127, 29.
  • Ðæs geregnedan

    concinnati,

      Cot. 57.
  • Ne ðæt ne beoþ on ðý fægerre ðæt mid elles hwam gerénod biþ ðeáh ða gerénu fægeru síen ðe hit mid gerénod biþ

    nor will that be the fairer which is adorned with something else though the ornaments be fair with which it is adorned,

      Bt. 74, 3; Fox 46, 14: 27, 1; Fox 96, 1.
  • Golde geregnad

    adorned with gold,

      Beo. Th. 1558; B. 777.
  • Gerénod

    adorned,

      Byrht. Th. 136, 35; By. 161: Judth. 12; Thw. 26, 21; Jud. 339.
  • Girínad

    ornatum,

      Lk. Skt. Rush. 21, 5.
Etymology
[Cf. Goth. garaginon.]
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v.  ge-rénian gi-hrínian be-rénian ge-regnong.
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