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ýce

  • noun [ masculinefeminine ]
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Grammar
ýce, an; f.: ýce, es; m. A (poisonous)
Wright's OE grammar
§404;
frog
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  • Ýce botrax vel botraca, Wrt. Voc. i. 24, 19: botrax, 45, 26: ii. 13, 2: 126, 57:

    rana,

      71, 15.
  • Ýcean roboete (the passage is :-- Regulorum et aspidum venena, ad quae quadrupedis

    robetae

    et spalangii pestifera confectio humanae naturae nocitura habebatur,
      Ald. 25), 78, 44.
  • Ðæt ilce biþ nyttol íces slite oþþe hundes,

      Lchdm. ii. 86, 2 (see note).
    Ðære wyrte wyrttruma on wætere geðyged wiðrǽð íceom and næddrum, i. 144, 15.
  • Ýcan ł froggan ranas, Ps. Lamb. 104, 30. ¶ Yce parruca, Wrt. Voc. ii. 67, 69, seems to be for hyce; v. hicae

    paruca,

      116, 50.
Etymology
[M. H. Ger. úchen ranas.]
Similar entries
v. fen-ýce.
Linked entries
v.  ice.
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  • ýce, n.