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fæst-rǽd

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Grammar
fæst-rǽd, fæst-rǽde.
Wright's OE grammar
§640;
Add: of firm counsel.
of persons or personifications
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  • Sió wiþerwearde wyrd is sió sóþe gesælþ, þeáh hwæ-acute;m swá ne þince, for þám heó is fæstrǽd and gehǽt simle ꝥte sóþ biþ

    adversa fortuna semper vera est, cum se instabilem mutatione demonstrat

    ,
      Bt. 20; F. 70, 32.
  • Drihten is fæstrǽd and fremsum

    benignus est Dominus

    ,
      Ps. Th. 134, 3.
  • Jacobus fród and fæstrǽd folca láreów

    James wise and firm teacher of men

    ,
      Men. 135.
  • Se wísa and se fæstrǽda folces hyrde . . . Caton

    rigidus Cato

    ,
      Met. 10, 49.
  • Hé cwæð mid olecunge ꝥ hí æþele cempan wǽron, and on ǽlcum gefeohte fæstrǽde him betwynan (

    constant to one another

    ),
      Hml. S. 11, 21.
of human attributes
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  • Ongon hé ǽresð herigean on him ðæt ðæt hé fæsðrǽdes wiste

    prius in eis, quae fortia prospicit, laudat,

      Past. 213, 8.
  • Uton habban fulne hyht and fæstrǽdne geleáfan on úrne Drihten,

      Wlfst. 282, 5.
  • Ánræ-acute;dne geleáfan and fæstrǽde geþanc tó úrum Drihtne,

      101, 23.
  • Hí ne magon áfyllan mín fæstrǽde geþanc

    they cannot cast down my constant mind

    ,
      Hml. S. 8, 20.
Etymology
[He is nu ripe and fastrede, ne lust him nu to none unrede, O. and N. 211. Cf. Icel. fast-ráðinn determined.]
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