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á-wiht

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Wright's OE grammar
§133; §471; §557;
Add: , ó-wiht, óht.
substantive
alone
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  • Him þǽr ówiht ne derede,

      Dan. 274.
with governed gen.
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  • Ne sceþþeð þé wólberendes áwiht,

      Lch. i. 326, 19.
  • Ne mæg ðæs unrihtes beón áwiht bedígled,

      Bl. H. 111, 1.
  • Ǽr þon óht þisses ǽfre gewurde,

      Cri. 238.
  • Unc ne gedǽlde nemne deáð ána ówiht elles,

      Kl. 23.
  • Náge hió his ierfes ówiht (áwuht,

    v. l.

    ),
      Ll. Th. i. 66, 19.
  • Gif hé ǽfre þæs organes ówiht cúðe,

      Sal. 33.
  • Heó ówiht swylces ne hýrdon,

      El. 571.
  • Ymbe ówiht elles,

      Seef. 46.
  • Ǽniges teónan óht ongitan,

      Gr. D. 35, 27.
  • Óht (áht, ǽnig þing, v. ll.) wundorlices wyrcan, 45, 5. I a. predicate subst. or adj.

    any good, good for anything

    :-- Deófol mót ǽlces mannes áfandigan, hwæðer hé áht sý oððe náht,
      Hml. Th. i. 268, 12.
  • Hwæðer heora geþanc áht sý,

      Wlfst, 11, 13.
  • Þá þe áhte syndon, hí sculon beón ofslagene,

      295, 14.
oblique cases used adverbially
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  • Nis þæt ówihtes gód

    it is no good,

      Dan. 429.
  • Átes-hwón (v. nátes-hwón)

    ullatenus,

      Angl. xiii. 434, 987.
  • Áreccan fier ówihte

    to recount any further,

      Cri. 248.
  • Leng ówihte, 343: An. 801.
  • Láðra ówihte,

      B. 2432.
  • Gif man þæt fýr sceal tó áhte ácwæncan

    if the fire is to be effectually extinguished,

      Wlfst. 157, 9.
  • Ealle þá ðe Crýst áwyht cúðon,

      Hml. A. 188, 208.
  • Heó nán land hæfde þe him áht tó gebyrede

    that in any way belonged to him,

      Cht. Th. 337, 23.
  • Wé sculon óðrum mannum áht fremian

    we shall somewhat benefit other men,

      Ll. Th. ii. 332, 3.
  • Ne mid segle ne mid rówette ówiht (

    quicquam

    ) fremian,
      Bd. 5, 1; Sch. 551, 16.
  • Náhwǽr næs nǽnigu sméþnes ꝥ man mihte áht tó þan lytelne wyrttún gewyrcan

    ad quemlibet parvum hortum excolendum nulla patebat planities,

      Gr. D. 49, 4.
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