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lutian

  • verb [ weak ]
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lutian, p. ode
To lie hid, be concealed, lurk, skulk, be latent
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  • Sum gedwyld lutaþ ðǽr

    aliquis latet error,

      Ælfc. Gr. 44; Som. 45, 46.
  • Of ðam fýre ðe him on lutaþ

    from the fire that is latent in it,

      Lchdm. iii. 274, 4.
  • Hú moniga dígla costunga ðæs ealdan feóndes lutigeaþ on ðýs andweardan lífe

    quanta in hujus vitae itinere tentamenta antiqui hostis lateant,

      Past. 21, 5; Swt. 159, 24.
  • Ðú lutodest óþ ðis on ðam láðum cristendóme

    thou host skulked until now in that detestable Christianity,

      Homl. Skt. 5, 413.
  • Ða iermingas út of ðæm holan crupon ðe heó on lutedan

    the wretched creatures crept out of the holes that they had lurked in,

      Ors. 2, 8; Swt. 92, 30.
  • Ða óðre ðe lutedon on ðære dígelnisse

    insidiæ, quæ latebant,

      Jos. 8, 19.
  • Lutiaþ ðǽr þrý dagas

    ibi latitate tribus diebus,

      2, 16.
  • Eal ðæt gehýddes lutige

    omne, quod clausum latet,

      Past. 21, 3; Swt. 153, 15.
  • Nys hyt swá stearc winter ðæt ic durre lutian æt hám for ege hláfordes mínes

    non est tam aspera hyems ut audeam latere domi prae timore domini mei,

      Coll. Monast. Th. 19, 17.
  • Férde ðá lutigende geond heges and weges geond wudes and feldes swá ðæt hé [

    king Alfred

    ] gesund becom tó Æþelingége, Shrn. 16, 11.
  • Dígelne leahter on menniscre heortan lutigende

    secret sin lurking in the human heart,

      Homl. Th. i. 496, 18.
  • Cwæþ ðæt hé god wǽre on mannes hiwe lutiende said that he was a god concealed in the form of a man, ii. 474, 22. [Laym. Trev. Piers P. Chauc. lotie to lie hid: O. H. Ger. luzén

    latere,

      Grff. ii. 322.
    ] Cf lot, lytig.
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