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dele 'to give . . . generally,'
and add: with dat. of person and acc. or clause of the command, &c.
to order, enjoin
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  • Ðæt hé sprecende bebiét

    quod loquendo imperat,

      Past. 81, 10.
  • Bebiót,

      Kent. Gl. 816.
  • Swá him háligu gewreotu bebeódaþ,

      Bl. H. 45, 6.
  • Ic sylle þæt þú ǽr bebude,

      Ps. Th. 39, 7.
  • Hé bebeád his suna þæt hé tówearp þæt templ,

      Ors. 6, 7; S. 262, 19.
  • Hé bebeád þæt nán crísten mon ne cóme on his hiérede,

      6, 30; S. 282, 29.
  • Hwæt yfela bebeád Drihten ǽfre,

      Bl. H. 41, 2.
  • Bebudan

    sancserunt,

      An. Ox. 1301.
  • Bebiód ðis

    praecipe hoc,

      Past. 385, 30.
  • S. Paulus sægde ꝥ Críst sylfa bebude Moyse ꝥ hé óþrum láreówum sægde,

      Bl. H. 45, 20.
  • Windum stilnesse bebeódan,

      177, 17.
  • Healde man mæssedæg swá hé beboden beó,

      Wlfst. 117, 5.
  • Hí wǽron bebodene

    imperantur,

      An. Ox. 4782,
to commit, commend
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  • Ic mé þé bebeóde,

      Hml. S. 23 b, 448.
  • Gif ðú gewítest, hwǽm bebeódest þú ús?,

      Bl. H. 225, 17.
  • Þá þré fǽmnan þe him Críst bebeád,

      145, 31.
  • Þé Gode bebeód

    te Deo commenda,

      Ll. Th. ii. 226, 16.
  • Bebeóde hé hine Gode,

      Lch. ii. 116, 8: Bl. H. 47, 19.
  • Ꝥ hí míne forðfóre mid bénum Dryhtne bebeódan (

    commendent

    ),
      Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 357, 11.
  • Tó bebeódenne

    commendenda,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 79, 80.
  • Beboden

    commissus,

      132, 36.
  • Þá bebodenan

    credita,

      96, 73.
  • Hé his ealdormen hæfde beboden þá clúsan tó healdanne, Ors. 6, 36; S. 291, 26. II a. to offer to the gods :-- Þá cuman hé tó blóte dyde and hys godum bebeád hospitum sanguinem diis propinabat, Ors. 1, 8; S. 40, 33. II b. to commit into (on, in) :-- His gást on (in, v. l.) his handa bebeódende

    spiritum suum in manus ejus commendando,

      Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 491, 21.
to announce
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  • Þæt hé Alexandres wísan besceáwade, swá hé hit him eft hám bebeád (

    omnia civibus suis enunciabat

    ),
      Ors. 4, 5; S. 168, 13.
Etymology
[v. bi-beódan in Dicf. O. Frs. bi-biada: O. H. Ger. bi-biotan.]
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