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land-leód

  • noun [ masculine ]
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land-leód, es; pl. e, an [cf. Seaxe, Seaxan]; m.
An inhabitant of a country
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  • Landleód

    accola, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 76: [in]digena,

      28, 59.
  • Eft hé frægn hwæðer ða ylcan landleóde Cristene wǽron

    rursus interrogavit, utrum iidem insulani Christiani essent,

      Bd. 2, 1; S. 501, 12: 4, 26; S. 602, 8.
  • Ac hii ða londléóde tiolode má ússa feónda willan tó gefremmanne ðonne úrne

    sed illi [periti regionum] majorem hosti quam mihi favorem accommodantes,

      Nar. 6, 19.
  • Ðá wurdon ða landleóde his ware and him wið gefuhton,

      Chr. 917; Erl. 102, 16.
  • Ðæt folc eal ðæt ðǽr tó láfe wæs ðara landleóda beág tó Eádwearde cyninge

    the people, all that remained of the inhabitants of the district, submitted to king Edward,

      921; Erl. 108, 1.
  • Hé wæs ðæs cynges swica and ealra landleóda,

      1055; Erl. 189, 4.
  • Hié from ðám londleódum, þurh seara ofslægene wurdon

    conspiratione finitimorum per insidias trucidantur,

      Ors. 1, 10; Swt. 44, 28.
  • Hé betealde hine wið Eádward cyng his hláford and wið ealle landleódan

    he cleared himself to his lord king Edward and to all the people,

      Chr. 1052; Erl. 187, 20.
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v.  leód.
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  • land-leód, n.