Se frumstól, ðe hie of adrifen wurdon
the original seat [paradise] from which they were driven,
- Cd. 46 ;
- Th. 59, 14 ;
- Gen. 963.
Habbaþ ða feówer frumstól hiora, ǽghwilc hiora ágenne stede
the four [elements] have their proper station, each of them its own place,
- Bt. Met. Fox 20, 126 ;
- Met. 20, 63.
Ðæs fýres frumstól
the fire's proper station,
- 20, 250 ;
- Met. 20, 125.
Healden ða mǽgas ðone frumstól
let the kindred hold the paternal mansion,
- L. In. 38 ;
- Th. i. 126, 6.
In ðam frumstóle, ðe him Freá sette
in the first seat, which the Lord placed for them,
- Exon. 93 a ;
- Th. 349, 24 ;
- Sch. 51.
Bosworth, Joseph. “frum-stól.” 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/12560.Checked: 1