Iudiþ, egesfull and afor
Judith, dreadful and vehement,
- Judth. 12; Thw. 25, 13 ;
- Jud. 257 .
with their dire attempts,
- Exon. 403; Th. 133, 15 ;
- Gú. 490 .
Ðæt [sǽd] byþ þreóhyrne, and hyt byþ afor and sweart
the scent is three-cornered, and it is rough and swarthy,
- Herb. 181, 1; Lchdm, i. 316, 11 .
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