Ongeán sunnan upweard licge hé
let him lie on his back with his face to the sun,
- Lchdm. ii. 18, 13: iii. 2, 10.
- Licge hé upweard æfter ðon góde hwíle, ii. 318, 14.
- Hé sceal upweard licgean, i. 300, 20.
Mon on bedde dæges upweard ne licge,
- L. 26, 19.
Álege ðone man upweard,
- 342, 5.
Hé mid bǽm handum upweard (with his face turned upwards? or adverb?
he stretched his hands up.v. upweardes) plegade,
- Elen. Kmbl. 1609; El. 806.
Nis ðæt gedafenlíc ðæt se módsefa monna ǽniges niþerheald wese, and ðæt neb upweard,
- Met. 31, 23.
Hé ásette his sweord upweard and ðá hyne sylfne ofstang
he placed his sword with the point up, and then stabbed himself,
- Shrn. 132, 10.
Nioþan upweardne on nearo fégde,
- Exon. Th. 479, 11; Rä. 62, 6.
For ðam gelómlícum ðeáwe his gebeda, swá hwǽr swá hé sæt, ðæt his gewuna wæs ðæt hé his handa upwearde hæfde ofer his cneówa
ob crebrum morem orandi, semper ubicumque sedens, supinas super genua sua manus habere solitus sit,
- Bd. 3, 12; S. 537, 25.
Ðæt leóht ðe wé hátaþ dægréd cymð of ðære sunnan, ðonne heó upweard bið,
- Lchdm. iii. 234, 29. v. upheáh, -lang, and next word.
Bosworth, Joseph. “up-weard.” In An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary Online, edited by Thomas Northcote Toller, Christ Sean, and Ondřej Tichy. Prague: Faculty of Arts, Charles University, 2014. https://bosworthtoller.com/34089.Checked: 0