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in-byrde

  • adjective
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Grammar
in-byrde, adj.
Born in a master's house
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  • Dunne wæs inbyrde tó Hǽðfelda

    Dunne belonged by birth to Hatfield,

      Chart. Th. 650, 28.
  • Wífús and Dunne and Seoloce syndan inbyrde tó Hǽðfelda,

      649. 33.
  • Ða inberðan menn tó Eblesburnan,

      152, 8.
  • See next two words, and Kemble's Saxons in England, i. 203 sqq.
Etymology
[Cf. Icel. inn-borinn native : O. H. Ger. in-burto oriundus; in-burtig indigena : O. L. Ger. in-burdig indigena.]
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  • in-byrde, adj.