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lǽce-feoh

  • noun [ neuter ]
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lǽce-feoh, g. -feós; n.
A physician's fee, money paid to a doctor
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  • Swá hwylc man swá óðrum wonwlite ongewyrce forgylde him ðone womwlite and his weorc wyrce óþ ðæt seó wund hál sig and ðæt lǽcefeoh ðam lǽce gylde,

    quicunque homo alio vulnus in faciem inflixerit, emendet ei vulnus, et opus ejus operetur, donec vulnus sanetur, et mercedem medico solvat,

      L. Ecg. C. 22; Th. ii. 148, 19.
Etymology
[Cf. Si vulneravit quis alium, et satisfacere debeat, in primis reddat ei lich-fe quantum scilicet in curam vulueris impendit, L. W. I. 1, 10; Th. i. 471, 25. Cf. Icel. læknis-fé.]
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  • lǽce-feoh, n.