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cear-gealdor

  • noun [ neuter ]
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cear-gealdor, gen. -gealides; n. [galdor an incantation, charm]
A dire or horrible enchantment; cantio vel loquela mæsta
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  • Helle gǽstcleopade fór corþre ceargealdra full

    the spirit of hell cried before the multitude, full of dire enchantments,

      Exon. 74b; Th. 279, 24; Jul. 618.
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  • cear-gealdor, n.