Ðæt hie tobrugdon, blódigum ceaflum, fira flǽschoman him to fóddorþege
that they tore asunder, with bloody jaws, the bodies of men for their food,
- Andr. Kmbl. 320 ;
- An. 160.
Léton him ða betweonum tán wísian hwylcne hira ǽrest óðrum sceolde to fóddurþege feores ongildan
they let the lot decide between them which of them first should give up to the rest his life for food,
- 2203 ;
- An. 1103.
Ðǽr hí métaþ fódorþege gefeán [MS. gefeon]
where they find the joy of taking food,
- Exon. 59b ;
- Th. 215, 4 ;
- Ph. 248.
Bosworth, Joseph. “fóddor-þegu.” In An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary Online, edited by Thomas Northcote Toller, Christ Sean, and Ondřej Tichy. Prague: Faculty of Arts, Charles University, 2014. https://bosworthtoller.com/11060.Checked: 1