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ceáp-man

  • noun [ masculine ]
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ceáp-man, cýp-man, cýpe-man; gen. -mannes; dat. -men; pl. nom. acc. -men; gen. -manna; dat. -mannum; m. A
CHAPMAN, merchant, market-man; mercator, negotiator, nundinator
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  • Gif ceápman uppe on folce ceápie, dó ðæt befóran gewitnessum

    if a chapman traffic up among the people, let him do it before witnesses,

      L. In. 25; Th. i. 118, 12, note 32: Obs. Lun. § 14; Lchdm. iii. 190, 23.
  • Ða cýpmen binnon ðam temple getácnodon unrihtwíse láreówas on Godes gelaðunge

    the chapmen within the temple betokened unrighteous teachers in God's church,

      Homl. Th. i. 410, 35: ii. 120, 15.
  • Cýpemen monig cépeþing to ceápstówe brohte

    chapmen brought many saleable things to market,

      Bd. 2, 1; S. 501, 4.
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  • ceáp-man, n.