Ðara in gelimpe lífe weóldon
of those who in chance possessed life,
- Exon. 36 b; Th. 118, 13 ;
- Gú. 239 .
Is ǽnig óðer on eallum ðám gelimpum búton godes yrre ofer ðas ðeóde swutol and gesýne
is there anything else plain and visible in these events but God's anger over this people?
- Swt. A. S. Rdr. 109, 137 .
Ðá forhtede ðe biscop for ðam fǽrlíce gelimpe
then the bishop was afraid on account of that dangerous case,
- Th. An. 121, 5 :
- Th. Ap. 1, 12 .
Ðú woldest witan his naman and his gelimp
you wanted to know his name and what had befallen him,
- 16, 4 : 15, 20, 26 .
An event, accident, a chance; accĭdens, cāsus
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- ge-limp, n.