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wearg-brǽde

  • noun [ feminine ]
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wearg-brǽde, (wearge- [wearg-ge- (?)], wearh-), an; f.
Some form of disease; the word translates impetigo, ulcus, carcinoma
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  • Wearhbrǽde

    impetigo,

      Wrt. Voc. i. 43, 62.
  • Weargebrǽde, ii. 45, 39:

    nevum,

      62, 29.
  • Werhbrǽde, i. 61, 16.
  • Gif hwylcum weargbrǽde (wearh-, MS. B.;

    the Latin has

    ulcus) weaxe on þám nosum oððe on ðám hleóre,
      Lchdm. i. 86, 1.
  • Wið ðæt wearhbrǽde (

    the Latin has

    carcinomata) hwam on nosa wexe,
      116, 11.
  • Gif nægl sié of handa and wiþ wearhbrǽdan (

    probably

    πτερύγιον, Cockayne), nim hwǽtecorn, meng wið hunig, lege on þone finger, ii.
      80, 20, 24.
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v.  werh-brǽde.
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  • wearg-brǽde, n.