He sceolde his Drihtne þancian ðæs leánes, ðe he him on ðam leóhte gescerede
he should thank his Lord for the reward which he bestowed on him in that light,
- Cd. 14; Th. 17, 11; Gen. 258.
Ic biddan wille ðæt ðú me ne gescyrige mid scyldhetum I will pray that thou appoint me not among the guilty ones, Andr. Kmbl. 169; An. 85 Is se rǽd gescyred manna cynne
this counsel is ordained for mankind,
- Cd. 22; Th. 27, 28; Gen. 424.
Se me beág forgeaf, on ðam siexhund wæs, smǽtes goldes, gescyred sceatta
he gave me a bracelet, on which six hundred sceats of beaten gold were numbered,
- Exon. 86 a; Th. 324, 9; Wíd. 92.
Ic wéne ðæt ðǽr screoda wǽre gescyred ríme siexhundreda
I believe that there were six hundred chariots reckoned by number,122 a;
- Th. 468, 10; Phar. 5.
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