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þurh-scríþan

  • verb [ strong ]
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of physical movement,
to pass through, glide through
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  • Synd twelf tácna on ðam foresprecenan circule ðe seó sunne þurhscríð, Anglia viii. 298, 18.
to go through a subject,
examine, consider; perlustrare
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  • Ǽlc ðæra ðe wyle ða eásterlícan blisse mǽrsian, ne sceal hé náðer ne ðæs lambes flǽsc hreáw etan, ne gesoden, ac gebrǽd; ðæt ys, ðæt hé ne sceal þurh menniscnysse wísdóm þurhscríðan ða hálgan flǽscennysse úres Drihtnes (

    he shall not by the aid of human wisdom examine(?) our Lord's nature according to the flesh

    ), ne on him gelýfan swylce hé sý ánfeald man búton his godcundnysse, ac wé sceolon gelýfan ðæt hé ys sóð man and sóðlíce
      God, Anglia viii. 324, 1.
Etymology
[Al þa londes ic scal þurhscriðen (þorhride, 2nd MS.), Laym. 10887.]
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