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mótan

(v.)
Grammar
mótan, ic, hé mót, ðú móst; wé móton; p. móste (

to be allowedmaymoteto be inferred otherwiseto be obligedmust

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Mótan, 11 b; Th. 16, 1; Cri. 246. Móten, 13 a; Th. 23, 30; Cri. 376. Grammar mótan, with ellipsis of infinitive, Grammar mótan, to be supplied from preceding clause Ða ic for God wille gemundbyrdan gif ic mót, Cd. 114; Th. 149, 12; Gen. 2473.

mótan

(v.)
Grammar
mótan, <b>=(?)</b> métan
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Gif man óðerne sace tihte and hé ðane mannan móte (meet with; Price translates cite, see his note) an medle oððe an þinge, L.H.E. 8; Th. i. 30, 11

mótan

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began þæt þæt þú wilnast, 46, 12. the subject a thing : where the natural processes in connection with an object are given Se heofon mót brengan leóhte dagas, . . . ꝥ geár mót brengan blósman, . . . seó sǽ mót brúcan smyltra ýþa, and ealle gesceafta mótan

mótian

(v.)
Grammar
mótian, p. ode.

to address one's selfspeak (to a person)converseto address an assemblyto discussdisputemoot a question

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to address one's self, speak (to a person), converse (v. mótung) Man mót on eornost mótian wið his Drihten se ðe wyle ðæt wé sprecon mid weorcum wið hine the Lord, who will have us speak to him by our deeds, must be addressed in all seriousness, Ælfc

mótian

(v.)
Grammar
mótian, <b>; I.</b>
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Hí lange mótodon, Hml. S. 34, 214 : 310: 36, 365. Þá gehýrdon hí mótian wið Martine lange ( they heard a long conversation being carried on with Martin ), and he wæs ána ǽr innan þám húse belocen, 31, 694. Add

mót-ærn

(n.)
Grammar
mót-ærn, -ern, es; n.

A court-house

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A court-house Mótern praetorium, Jn. Skt. Lind. 18, 28

mot

(n.)
Grammar
mot, es; n.

A motean atom

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A mote, an atom Mot attomos, Wrt. Voc. i. 284, 37: ii. 8, 10. Mote atomo, 9, 62. Tó hwí gesihst ðú ðæt mot ( festucam ) on ðínes bróðor égan, Mt. Kmbl. 7, 3, 5. Ðú gesáwe gehwǽde mot on ðínes bróðor eáge, R. Ben. 12, 3. Ðæt lytle mot ... ðone mot, Lk

momna

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Wrt. Voc. ii. 120, 82

mótung

(n.)
Grammar
mótung, e; f.

Conversationdiscourse

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Conversation, discourse Of motunge collojuio, sermo-cinalione, Hpt. Gl. 511, 26

-módian

(v.; suffix)

Similar entry: ofer-módian

mogian

(v.)

Similar entry: for-mogian

molsn

(n.)
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decay, corruption Hí gemétton þone líchaman þæs cildes mid molsne ( tabe ) gebrosnode and wyrma fulne, Gr. D. 198, 24

mót

(n.)
Grammar
mót, e; f.(?)

Tolltax

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Toll, tax Mót ðæs cyninge[s] nomisma census, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 22, 19

móna

Grammar
móna, <b>. I.</b>
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Add Setl his swá swá sunna . . . and swá swá móne, Ps. Vos. 88, 38. Ðæs mónan geár hæfð seofon and twéntig daga and eahta tída. On ðám fyrste hé underyrnð ealle ðá twelf tácna þe seó sunne undergǽð twelf mónað . . . Ðæs mónan ryne is swíðe nearo for

móna

(n.)
Grammar
móna, an; m.: but also móne, an; f.

the moonmoon as in new, full moon

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the moon Se móna and ealle steorran underfóþ leóht of ðære miclan sunnan, Lchdm. iii. 236, 19. Se móna wæs æt fruman on ǽfen gesceapen, 264, 26. Sunna and móne (but næs se móna ðágyt uppe, 29, 22), Nar. 28, 20: Bt. Met. Fox 29, 73; Met. 29, 37. Ðæs sunnan

ǽg-moran

(n.)
Grammar
ǽg-moran, pl. f.

Eye-rootsnervi quibus oculus cum cerebro connectitur

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Eye-roots; nervi quibus oculus cum cerebro connectitur Ðe beóþ on ðan ǽgmoran sára which are sores in the eye-roots, Lchdm. iii. 98, 5

eád-módan

(v.)

to humblehumĭliāre

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to humble; humĭliāre, Ps. Spl. T. 17, 29

Linked entry: ge-eádmódian

Mónan-ǽfen

(n.)
Grammar
Mónan-ǽfen, es; m.

Monday-evethe evening of Sunday

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Monday-eve, the evening of Sunday Gif esne ofer dryhtnes hǽse þeówweorc wyrce an Sunnanǽfen efter hire setlgange óþ Mónanǽfenes setlgang, L. Wih. 9; Th. i. 38, 19

Linked entry: Mónan-niht

ge-mótian

(v.)
Grammar
ge-mótian, p. ode.
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to talk about; ge-mótian ymb (be) to discuss Ús þingð genóh ꝥ wé ymbe þæs bissextus wurðscipe habbað þus gemótod, and ymbe his geréna manega þing gehrepod, Angl. viii. 308, 9. Wé habbað be pám bissextum gemótud, and be Ianuarium manega þing gehrepode

Linked entry: mótian

ge-monan

(v.)
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to remember Gemona recordare, Lk. Skt. Lind. 16, 25. Seó leó gemonþ [ = geman] ðæs wildan gewunan hire eldrena [MS. eldrana] the lioness remembers the wild manner of her parents, Bt. 25; Fox 88, 12