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þrosm

  • noun [ masculine ]
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þrosm, es; m.
Wright's OE grammar
§219;
smoke, vapour
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  • Se þeóstra þrosm,

      Wulfst. 186, 4.
  • On forsworcennesse sweartes þrosmes and ðæs weallendan pices,

      139, 1: Dóm. L. 199.
  • Eft átogenum ðara fýra ðrosmum ... eác fúlnes wæs mid ðæs fýres ðrosme

    retractis ignium vaporibus ... et foetor cum eisdem vaporibus,

      Bd. 5, 12; S. 628, 24-26.
  • Ða ðe þrosme beþeahte in þeóstrum sǽton,

      Exon. Th. 8, 11; Cri. 116: Elen. Kmbl. 2593; El. 1298.
  • Ða biteran récas, þrosm and þýstro,

      Cd. Th. 21, 18; Gen. 326.
  • Se þrosma (

    but see

    þrosmig) líg,
      Dóm. L. 191.
darkness, a dark space
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  • Sweart þrosm onáslít

    tetrum chaos inlabitur,

      Hymn. Surt. 13, 36.
  • Betwux ús and eów is gefæstnod micel ðrosm (

    inter uos et nos chaos magnum firmatum est,

      Lk. 16, 26), Homl. Th. i. 332, 17.
in Germ. 398, 230 þrosm
glosses chautêrem.
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v. swefel-þrosm; þrysman.
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