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wunung

  • noun [ feminine ]
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wunung, e; f.
Wright's OE grammar
§615;
dwelling, living
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  • Gif hé hine sylfne tó mynstres wununge gefæstnian wyle

    if he will settle to living in a monastery;

    the Latin is: Si voluerit stabilitatem suam firmare,
      R. Ben. 108, 13.
a dwelling, habitation, place to live in
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  • Feala muneca wunung

    coenobium,

      Wrt. Voc. i. 59, 5.
  • Wunung

    mansio,

      86, 46.
  • Sý wunung (

    habitatio

    ) heora onwést,
      Ps. Spl. 68, 30.
  • Cons Eustachius mid his here tó ðam túne ðe heó ðá on wæs. Wæs seó wunung ðǽr swýþe wynsum on tó wícenne, and his geteld wǽron gehende hire wununge geslagene,

      Homl. Skt. ii. 30, 315.
  • Wé wendaþ ús eástweard, þonne wé ús gebiddaþ...; ná swylce on eástdǽle synderlíce sý his wunung ... on rihtwísum mannum is Godes wunung ... Swá eác se fordóna man bið deófles templ, and deófles wunung,

      Homl. Th. i. 262, 5-18.
  • Ne biþ ðǽr Cristes eardung ne his wunung on ðære heortan,

      Blickl. Homl. 13, 24.
  • On ðære fíftan fléringe wæs ðæra manna wunung gelógod,

      Boutr. Scrd. 21, 10: Homl. Th. i. 536, 16.
  • Wununge

    contubernio, habitaculo,

      Hpt. Gl. 468, 63.
  • Tó móderlícum wununge ł bósme

    ad maternum gremium,

      504, 12.
  • Ðæt hí sceoldon habban ða fægeran wununge ðe se feónd forleás,

      Ælfc. T. Grn. 3, 6.
  • Hé him ðǽr wununge getimbrode,

      Shrn. 13, 16.
  • Spyrian hwár ða mánfullan wununge habban,

      L. Eth. ix. 40; Th. i. 348, 26.
  • Ða habbaþ hundfealde méde and ða mǽrestan wununge,

      Homl. Ass. 21, 187.
  • Wununga

    sedes,

      Hpt. Gl. 412, 33.
  • Se Hǽlend sǽde, ðæt on his Fæder húse syndon manega wununga,

      Homl. Ass. 42, 454.
  • On muntum and on feldlícum wunungum,

      Jos. 10, 40.
  • Ðú wircst wununge (

    mansiunculas

    ) binnan ðam arce,
      Gen. 6, 14.
  • Gé begeáton eów ðeósterfulle wununga,

      Homl. Th. i. 68, 5.
  • Geleáffulle menn gearwiaþ clǽne wununga on heora heortum Criste sylfum,

      Blickl. Homl. 73, 12.
being, existence, living. v. wunian, III
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  • Wunung

    essentia, i. aeternitas, natura,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 144, 20.
  • Þeáh se líchama geendige, ðe sceal eft þurh Godes mihte árísan tó écere wununge,

      Homl. Th. i. 20, 6.
  • Se is lybbende God ðe hæfð líf and wununge ðurh hine sylfne,

      366, 33.
  • Gesceafta nabbaþ náne wununge þurh hí sylfe, ac ðurh God, se ðe ána is þurh hine sylfne wunigende, ii. 236, 17.
  • Yfel nis nán þing þurh hit sylf, and náne wununga næfð búton on sumum gesceafta,

      Boutr. Scrd. 20, 44.
Etymology
[Wreððe hafð wununge on þes dusian bosme ira requiescit in sinu stulti, O. E. Homl. i. 105, 24. Hore wununge naueð no ȝet habitatio eorum non habet januam, A. R. 74, 12. Þe wununge of euch wunne quietis eterne mansio, Kath. 2423. God woning (hæh bold, 1st MS.), Laym. 7094. His (the Reeve's) wonyng was ful fair upon an hethe, Chauc. Prol. C. T. 606. O. L. Ger. wonunga habitatio: O. H. Ger. wonunga mansio.]
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  • wunung, n.