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land-fird

  • noun [ feminine ]
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land-fird, e; f.
An expedition, journey by land, a land force
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  • Ne him tó ne dorste sciphere on sǽ ne landfyrd

    the fleet durst not approach them at sea nor the land force [on land],

      Chr. 1001; Er1. 137, 18.
  • Man sceolde mid scypfyrde and eác mid landfyrde hym ongeán faran,

      999; Erl. 134, 30.
  • Se man ðe ætfleó fram his hláforde sý hit on scypfyrde sý hit on landfyrde þolige ealles ðæs ðe hé áge and his ágenes feores,

      L. C. S. 78; Th. 1. 420, 9.
  • Ðæt is fyrdfara sig hit on scipfyrde sig hit on landfyrde

    scilicet expeditio, sive sit in navali collectione, sive in pedestri,

      Chart. Th. 333, 20.
  • Ðá gestihtade hé ðæt hé wolde landfyrde ðider gelǽdan

    terrestri itinere illo venire disponebat,

      Bd. 3, 15; S. 541, 26.
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  • land-fird, n.