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wíte-dóm

  • noun [ masculine ]
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wíte-dóm, es; m.
knowledge derived from a superhuman source, prophecy, foreknowledge
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  • Wítedóm

    profetia

    ,
      Kent. Gl. 1064.
  • Se Godes wer ðurh wítedómes gást (

    per prophetiae spiritum

    ) ðone storm tówardne foreseah,
      Bd. 3, 15 ; S. 542, 4.
  • Ðæt heó ðurh wítedómes gást ða ádle forecwéde,

      4, 19 ; S. 588, 15 : 4, 28 ; S. 606, 20.
  • Ðæt wundor, ðæt þurh wítedómes cræft [hé] wiste and him cýdde,

      Guthl. 17 ; Gdwin. 70, 2.
  • Wítedóme

    vaticinatione

    ,
      Hpt. Gl. 520, 17.
  • Hí þurh wítedóm eal ánemdon,

      Exon. Th. 104, 24; Gú. 12.
a statement of what is known through superhuman agency, a prophecy
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  • Wæs gefylled se wítedóm (

    praesagium

    )
      Agustinus, Bd. 2, 2; S. 504, 8:3, 14 ; S. 541, 9: Blickl. Homl. 71, 3: Exon. Th. 14, 1; Cri. 212.
  • Wæs se wítedóm beforan sungen,

      Elen. Kmbl. 2304; El. 1153.
  • Æfter ðam wítedóme

    secundum vaticinium (prophetiam ),

      Hpt. Gl. 493, 48.
  • Æfter Esaias wítedóme,

      Bd. 3, 23; S. 554, 22.
  • Gehýraþ wítedóm Ióbes gieddinga,

      Exon. Th. 234, 31; Ph. 548.
  • Wítedómas

    oracula

    ,
      Hpt. Gl. 409, 50.
  • Wítedóma ł godcundra spréca

    oraculorum

    ,
      442, 36.
  • Mid wítedómas

    presago

    ,
      Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 32.
  • v. next word, and cf. wíteg-dóm.
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v.  wítiend-líc.
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