- verb [ weak ]
Þá wæs eft swá ǽr ealdfeónda níð onwylled: wóð óðerne lythwón leodode, þonne in lyft ástág ceargesta cirm
then again as before the hate of old foes was hot, cries for a time gave vent to a second outburst of hate, when to the heavens rose the clamour of the fiends,
- Gú. 363.
Foldan ic freoþode folcum ic leoþode (as leoþode rimes with freoþode
its root vowel should be short),
- Reirn. 40.
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