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blinnan

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Add: [= be-linnan].
of persons,
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  • Cleopa and ne blin,

      Past. 91, 19.
  • Blinnað

    sinite,

      Lk. L. 22, 51.
to cease from action,
with gen.
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  • Sé þe nǽfre ne blinð ungestæððignesse

    cui carnis petulantia sine cessatione dominatur,

      Past. 70, 3.
  • Hé þæs ne blann (blon,

    v. l.) existere non desistit,

      Bd. 5, 20; Sch. 675, 20.
  • Ic ná ðe ǽr þǽre ærninge blann

    nihilominus coeptis institi uetitis,

      5, 6; Sch. 576, 21.
  • Heó ne blann cossetunges

    non cessavit osculari,

      Lk. L. 7, 45.
with infin.; Bd. 1, 11; 8. 480, 13 (in Dict.),
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  • Ne blinnis ðú ꝥ ðú gisceáwia

    non desinis intueri,

      Rtl. 64, 33.
  • Ne blan (blonn; geswác, v. ll.) hé ꝥ hé his geongran ne manode

    nec discipulos suos admonere cessabat,

      Gr. D. 27, 4.
  • Blinn (blin, R.) ꝥ ðú gefoeda ðá suno

    sinite saturari filios,

      Mk. L. 7, 27.
with prep.
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  • Ne hé óhte þý má blan (bleon, v. l.) fram gearwunge þæs síðfætes

    nec a praeparando itinere cessare uolebat,

      Bd. 5, 9; Sch. 593, 21.
  • Hé hét blinnan fram éhtnysse

    cessari a persecutione praecepit,

      1, 7; Sch. 26, 20.
of things,
to cease, come to an end
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  • Ic wéne ꝥ þes dæg blinneð (geendige,

    v. l.) (cessabit),

    ǽr mé spell áteorige,
      Gr. D. 7, 29.
  • Sóna se hwósta blinneð,

      Lch. iii. 58, 11.
  • Blinnes lufo

    refrigescet caritas,

      Mt. L. 24, 12.
  • Him ǽlc mennisc fultum blonn

    humanum cessabat auxilium,

      Bd. 1, 14; Sch. 38, 5.
  • Blan se wind

    cessavit ventus,

      Mt. R. 14, 32.
Etymology
[v. N. E. D. blin. O. H. Ger. pi-linnan cessare, Cf. Goth. af-linnan: Icel. linna (wk.).]
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