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with reference to the past
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  • Hé hí gefréfrode swá swá wé hér foresǽdon (

    as we have already mentioned in this narrative

    ),
      Hml. A. 78, 138: Hml. S. 26, 169.
  • Þæs Cýres sunu þe wé ǽr foresǽdon,

      Hml. A. 103, 24.
  • Se foresǽda wiðerwinna

    the aforesaid adversary,

      8, 210.
  • Þæne foresǽdan

    praephatum,

      An. Ox. 2461.
  • Foresǽde cempan

    praedictos tyrunculos,

    3044.
referring to the future.
of natural knowledge,
to mention beforehand what is to take place
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  • Foresægeð (praenuntiat) eástro æfter tuǽm dógrum (cf. scitis quia post biduum Pascha fiet, Mt. 26, 2), Mt. p. 19, 18. (1 a) with the idea of warning or command :-- Hé ðǽm inngeðonce his hiére*-*monna foresægð ðá diéglan sǽtenga ðæs lytegan feóndes

    intentioni audientium hoitis callidi insidias praedicit,

      Past. 163, 13.
  • Ealle þá þing þe ic eów foresægde ꝥ gé dón sceoldon,

      Bl. H. 131, 34.
  • Tó wæccenne foresægde ðǽm ðe nyston tíd tócyme his

    vigilandum praedicit nescientibus horam adventus sui,

      Mt. p. 19, 15.
of supernatural knowledge,
to foretell, prophesy
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  • Ic hyt eów foresǽde (

    praedixi

    ),
      Mt. 24, 25.
  • Gé magon hyne geseón swá swá hé eów ǽr foresǽde,

      Hml. A. 188, 222.
  • Úre Drihten foresǽde þá tóweardan frecednyssa,

      Hml. Th. ii. 538, 6: Wlfst. 151, 32.
  • Hé foresægde hine ðrouende

    ipse praenuntiat se passurum,

      Lk. p. 6, 6: Mt. p. 17, 17: Mk. p. 5, 7.
  • Þá wǽs gefylled ꝥ se wítga foresægde,

      Bl. H. 203, 12.
  • Þá wítgan þe Crístes tócyme wiston and foresægdon,

      81, 10.
  • Is gefylled ꝥ ꝥ hí foresǽdon,

      Hml. A. 69, 91.
  • Hyt syððan gelamp swá swá hí foresǽdon,

      68, 67.
  • Forestihtes ł foresǽdes

    praedestinatae, antedictae,

      Hpt. Gl. 425, 22.
to tell in the hearing of others, proclaim, pronounce, declare
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  • Geðiód*-*sumnise tó ðǽm fiónde on woeg foresægeð

    consentiendum adversario in via pronuntiat,

      Lk. p. 8, 1: 9, 12: 10, 2.
  • Wordo his gást and líf foresægeð

    uerba sua spiritum uitamque pronuntiat,

      Jn. p. 5, 2.
  • Foresægde,

      6, 4.
  • Óðero biseno foresægde him aliani parabolam proposuit illis, Mt. L. 13, 24, 31. III a. to preach :-- Foresægdon ꝥ hreáwnise dédon

    praedicabant ut paenitentiam agerent,

      Mk. L. 6, 12.
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