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irre

  • noun [ neuter ]
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irre, es; n.
Anger, wrath, ire, rage
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  • Ðonne tyht hie ðæt ierre [Cott. MS. irre] ðæt hie wealwiaþ on ða wédenheortnesse ... Ðonne ðæt ierre æfþ anwald ðæs monnes hé self nát hwæt hé on ðæt irre déþ

    impellente ira in mentis vesaniam devolvuntur ... Quos cum furor agit in præceps, ignorant quidquid irati faciunt,

      Past. 40, 1; Swt. 289, 5-10.
  • Godes yrre ys ofer hig

    egressa est ira a domino,

      Num. 18, 46.
  • Nú is gefylled ðæt mycelle hátheort and ðæt mycelle yrre ðyses ealdermannes

    now is completed the great rage and anger of this ruler,

      Blickl. Homl.151, 11.
  • Síe ǽlc monn lætt tó iorre iorra forðon weres sóþfæst godes ne giwyrcaþ

    sit omnis homo tardus ad iram; ira enim viri justitiam Dei non operator,

      Rtl. 28, 21 : 40, 35 : 41, 3.
  • Seó gesceádwísnes sceal wealdan ǽgðer ge ðære wilnunga ge ðæs yrres

    reason must rule both desire and anger,

      Bt. 33, 4; Fox 132, 9.
  • Hé him weg worhte wráðan yrres

    viam fecit semitæ iræ suæ,

      Ps. Th. 77, 50.
  • Ic bidde ðé, hláford, ðæt ic móte bútan yrre wið ðe sprecan

    oro, domine mi, loquatur servus tuus verbum in auribus tuis et ne irascaris,

      Gen. 44, 18.
  • Wurdon mé on yrre yfele and hefige

    in ira molesti erant mihi,

      Ps. Th. 54, 3.
  • Ðæt gé fleón fram ðam tówerdan yrre

    fugite a ventura ira,

      Lk. Skt. 3, 7.
  • Ðá cwæþ se hláford mid yrre

    tunc iratus paterfamilias dixit,

      14, 21.
  • Mid miclum wylme and yrre onstyred

    nimio furore commotus,

      Bd. 1, 7 ; S. 471, 41.
  • Ðá wæs hé mid yrre swíðlíce onstyred,

      Blickl. Homl. 199, 16.
  • Ic ondréd his graman and his yrre

    timui indignationem et iram illius,

      Deut. 9, 19.
  • Ágeót ofer hí ðín ðæt grame yrre

    effunde super eos iram tuam,

      Ps. Th. 68, 25.
  • Ða hine on yrre gebringaþ

    qui in ira provocant,

      65, 6.
  • Ðé læs gé habban godes yrre

    ne super omnem coetum oriatur indignatio,

      Lev.10, 6.
  • Hé gearwe wiste ðæt hie godes yrre habban sceoldon,

      Cd. 33; Th. 43, 24 ; Gen. 695: Exon. 61 b ; Th. 226, 20; Ph. 408.
  • Godes yrre bær

    the wrath of God was upon him,

      Beo. Th. 1427; B. 711.
Etymology
[Godess irre iss upponn himm, Orm. 18000 : O. E. Homl. A. R. eorre : Reliq. Antiq. urre.]
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v. eorre, and next word.
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v.  eorre erre ir.
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