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beard

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§66; §335;
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  • Beard

    barba,

      Wrt. Voc. i. 64, 42.
  • Beard him beón bescoren hearm hit getácnað,

      Lch. iii. 198, 28.
  • Se beard and ꝥ feax wǽron oþ þá fét síde,

      Shrn. 120, 25.
  • Mid sídum bearde,

      Hml. Th. i. 466, 24.
  • Ælfsige mid þám berde,

      Cht. E. 257, 1.
  • Lǽdes mannes tácen is þæt þú þé mid ealre hande be þínum cynne nime, swilce þú þé be bearde niman wille,

      Tech. ii. 129, 17.
  • Wé lǽrað ꝥ ǽnig gehádod man . . . his beard ǽnige hwíle ne hæbbe,

      Ll. Th. ii. 254, 13.
  • Þonne hé (

    one entering a monastery

    ) his beard áléde,
      Hml. S. 6, 2228.
  • Hí habbað beardas oþ cneów síde, Nar. 35, 2: 38, 1. ¶ beardas

    (used of a single person) beard and whiskers

    :-- Ꝥ hire wolden beardas weaxan on þám andwlitan,
      Gr. D. 279, 10.
  • Hé hæfð síde beardas, hwón hárwencge,

      Hml. Th. i. 456, 18.
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