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fǽcne

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Wright's OE grammar
§433; §434; §553;
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  • Faecni

    subscivum,

      Txts. 96, 938.
  • Fǽcne

    fribula,

      An. Ox. 7, 189.
  • Fǽ[cne]

    versuta,

      36, 2.
  • Ne sý hé fǽcne

    non sit nimis suspiciosus,

      R. Ben. 121, 13.
  • Fǽcne unriht

    iniquitas,

      Ps. Th. 72, 6.
  • Se fǽcna

    the devil,

      Wal. 71.
  • Þæs fǽcnan

    strofose,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 80, 29: 76, 43.
  • Faecnum

    veterno,

      123, 43.
  • Þý fǽcnan

    strophosa,

      89, 65.
  • From tungan faecenre

    a lingua dolosa,

      Ps. Srt. 119, 2, 3.
  • Fǽcne

    factiosam,

      An. Ox. 11, 121.
  • Ðá fǽcnan,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 77, 46.
  • Ðá faecnan

    dolosi,

      Ps. Srt. 54, 24.
  • In weolerum faecnum

    in labiis dolosis,

      16, 1.
  • Þá fǽcnan

    fraudulentas,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 47.
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Etymology
[v. N. E. D. faken. O. Sax. fékni: Icel. feik(in)n monstrous.]
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v. fácen.
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