Wæs se báncofa ádle onǽled . . . leomu hefegedon sárum gesóhte . . . hé his módsefan wið þám fǽrhagan fæste trymede
the body was inflamed with disease . . . the limbs grew heavy attacked by pains . . . he fortified his mind firmly against the ills that compassed it about,
- Gú. 933.
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