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fǽge

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Wright's OE grammar
§434;
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doomed to death,
fey
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  • Þonne ꝥ wíf seó mid bearne . . . cweþe heó: ' Ic gonge . . . mid cwican cilde, nalæs mid cwellendum, mid fulborenum, nalæs mid fǽgan (

    with one that will be born alive, not with one that is to be still-born

    ),
      Lch. iii. 66, 30.
  • Fǽge

    praecipitem,

      Germ. 402, 43.
  • Hé fǽgra manna forðsíð foregleáw sǽde,

      Hml. Th. ii. 152, 2.
doomed to eternal death, damned
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  • Æt heldore þǽr firenfulra fǽge gǽstas æfter swyltcwale sécan onginnað ingong,

      Gú. 532.
Etymology
[v. N. E. D. fey.]
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