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ge-lendan

  • verb [ weak ]
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ge-lendan, he -lent; p. -lende; pp. -lended, -lend
To approach, come, arrive, go, proceed; applĭcāáre, accēdĕre, procēdĕre
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  • Ic gelende mid scipe

    applĭco,

    • Ælfc. Gr. 24; Som. 25, 53
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  • Ðæt scip gelent mid ðý streáme

    the ship goes with the current,

    • Past. 58; Swt. 445, 13; Hat. MS
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  • Conon gelende to Ahtene

    Conon came to Athens,

    • Ors. 3, 1; Bos. 54, 12
    • :
    • Chr. 886; Erl. 85, 10
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  • He wæs on hergaþ gelend on ðæt ilce ríce

    he had arrived on a plundering expedition in the same kingdom,

    • 894; Erl. 92, 3
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  • Heo on Norþhumbrelond gelændon mid æscum

    they came to Northumbria with their boats,

    • Th. An. 120, 17
    • :
    • Shrn. 191, 15
    • .
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v.  ge-landian lendan -lendan ge-lænde.
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