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be-týnan

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Add: — Betiéned conclusus.
    Wrt. Voc. ii. 24, 38. I. to
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  • pú eorþan on þínre fýst betýndest,

      Nar. 47, 3.
  • Bebbanburh wæs ǽrost mid hegge betíned and þǽrǽftermid wealle,

      Chr. 547; P. 17, 21.
  • Heortan betýnede mid lytelicum ládungum,

      Past. 245, 21.
II. where movement to or by an object is hindered, to shut in, out, shut up: — Hié bine betýndon on þám car*-*cerne,
    Bl. H. 243, 3.
Wæs Euan wóp file betýned (excluded), 7, 14. þá óman beóð inne betýnde. Lch. ii. 174, 23. II a. with the idea of concealment
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  • Betínþ

    occultat, abscondit,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 138, 48.
to close, shut,
a place
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  • Hé betynde his eágan,

      Bl. H. 231, 12.
  • Betýned wæs se hefon

    clusum est coelum.

      Lk. L. R. 4, 25.
  • Beóþ his eágan betýnede,

      Bl. H. 153, 19.
a passage, door, &c.
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  • (protan) betýnde (gurguliones) oppilavit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 65, 18 (cf. 82, 53). Hí betýndon þǽre ceastre gatu, Bl. H. 241, 11. þá duru betýnan, 219, 16. Ðá duro wérun bitýnde, Jn. R. 20, 19, Betýndan wega gelǽtan

    competa clausa,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 132, 52,
to close, end
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  • He faegere ende his lif betynde and geendade

    pulchro uitam suam fine con*-*clusit,

      Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 488, 8.
  • Hé þá ýtemestan word on his herenesse betýnde,

      Sch. 491, 19.
Etymology
[O. H. Ger. pi-zúnen sepire.]
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