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fæc

  • noun [ masculineneuter ]
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Wright's OE grammar
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temporal
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  • Fæce

    intercapedine,

      An. Ox. 2401.
  • Þú byst æfter fæce ꝥ ic nú eom,

      Bl. H. 113, 24 : 23, 30.
  • Ofer ealne geáres fæc,

      Wlfst. 102, 15.
  • Þá lǽcedómas ne sculon on áne þráge tó lange beón tó gedóne, ac sculon fæc habban betweónum,

      Lch. ii. 186, 13.
  • Ymb lytel fæc

    paulo post,

      Past. 283, 1.
  • Ymb tela micel fæc (mycelne fyrst,

    v. l.

    ),
      Chr. 942 ; P. 110, 26.
  • Facum spatiis, i. intervallis, An. Ox. 3723 :

    lustris,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 50, 27.
local,
distance
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  • On óþere healfre míle fæce

    unius miliarii et dimidii spatio,

      Bd. 5, 2; Sch. 556, 5: 5, 4; Sch. 567, 11.
space of two or three dimensions. v. fæc-full
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  • Ðæt ǽmtige fæc bufon þǽre lyfte,

      Lch. iii. 242, 17.
  • Hí ne beóð mid ǽnigum fæce fram him sylfum tótwǽmede,

      Hml. Th. i. 500, 4.
  • Betwux þá cealdan faca þǽre lyfte,

      Guth. 36, 15.
  • Faco, 88, 15. (2 a) room :-- Fec

    spatium,

      Kent. Gl. 649.
difference of condition
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  • Swíþlic fæc and micel rúmes faces tódál

    grande intervallum et larga spaciosae intercapedinis differentia,

      An. Ox. 1177-1182.
  • v. geár-, líf-, wræc-fæc.
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  • fæc, n.