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Mónan-dæg

(n.)
Grammar
Mónan-dæg, es; m.

Monday

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Monday Útgangendum ðam mónþe ðe we Aprelis hátaþ, se nýhsta Mónandæg & ingangendum ðam mónþe ðe we Agustus hátaþ se ǽresta Mónandæg ... se ǽresta Monandæg æfter útgange ðæs mónþes Decembris the last Monday in April ... the first Monday in August

Linked entry: Món-dæg

Mónan-niht

(n.)
Grammar
Mónan-niht, e; f.

Monday evethe evening of Sunday

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Monday eve, the evening of Sunday Hé ús ðonne myngaþ ðæs Sunnandæges weorces and ðæs Sæternesdæges ofer nón and ðære Mónannihte, Wulfst. 210, 10

Linked entry: Mónan-ǽfen

mon

Similar entry: man

mot

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Mote atomo (minor . . modico Phoebi radiis qui vibrat atomo Ald. 272, 32), An. Ox. 23, 52 : 26, 74. Add

món

(n.)
Grammar
món, in the phrase full món

plenilunium

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plenilunium Fullum móne plenilunio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 67, 42. [Cf. O. H. Ger. -máni in niu-máni neomenia; uol-máni plenilunium; unter-máni interlunium, Grff. 2, 795.]

mót

(n.)

a meetingcourt

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a meeting, court

éd-módian

(v.)
Grammar
éd-módian, -módigan; p. ode; pp. od

To be humble, to obey obēdīre

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To be humble, to obey; obēdīre Hi édmódigaþ him obēdiunt ei. Mk. Lind. War. 1. 27

ge-molten

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molten, melted

ge-monian

(v.)
Grammar
ge-monian, -monigan; p. ode, ade; pp. od, ad
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To admonish, exhort, remind Ealle ða gemoniaþ módes fúsne féran to síþe all these admonish the prompt of mind to go on a journey, Exon. 82 a; Tb. 308, 25; Seef. 50: 88 b; Th. 333, 19; Gn. Ex. 6: 52 a; Th. 182, 22; Gú. 1314: Cd. 49; Th. 63, 9; Gen. 1029

Linked entry: ge-monige

rud-molin

(n.)
Grammar
rud-molin, (?) redshanks or
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water pepper; polygonum hydropiper, Lchdm. ii. 342, 12

ofer-módian

(v.)
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to be proud Þæt þurh eádmódnysse ná ofermódige ut per humilitatem non superbiat, Scint. 19, 20. Náteshwón framað on héhnysse eádmódnysse leornian sé þe on neowlum gesett ná geswícð ofermódian (superbire ), 84, 8. Ofermódigende superbiendo, 230, 3

Linked entry: -módian

eáþ-módian

(v.)

to obey obēdīre

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to obey; obēdīre

Linked entry: eád-módan

ge-mótod

(v.)
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discussed, Th. Chart. 172, 10

for-mogian

(v.)
Grammar
for-mogian, p. ode
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To decay Sume cwǽdon ꝥ se líchama þe ǽne bið formogod and tó dúste gewend and wíde tósáwon, ꝥ hé nǽfre eft tógædre ne cóme, Hml. S. 23, 375

Linked entry: mogian

mearc-mót

(n.)
Grammar
mearc-mót, es; n.

The place where the assembly (mót) of a district (mearc) was held

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The place where the assembly (mót) of a district (mearc) was held Ðis syndon ða landgemǽra ... tó mercemót; fram mercemóte, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii, 71, 31. v. Saxons in England, i. 55

moþ-freten

(adj.)
Grammar
moþ-freten, adj.
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Moth-eaten: — Heora reáf nǽron nán þingc moðfretene, Hml. S. 23, 437

wald-mora

Similar entry: wealh-more

mót-bell

(n.)
Grammar
mót-bell, e; f.

A bell rung to call an assembly together

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A bell rung to call an assembly together Debent statim pulsatis campanis, quod Anglice vocant mótbel, convocare omnes et universos, quod Anglice dicunt folcmóte, L. Edw. Conf. Schmid. p. 5 c 9, § 4

mót-hús

(n.)
Grammar
mót-hús, es; n.

A house where a court or assembly is held

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A house where a court or assembly is held Dómhús vel móthús epicausterium, Wrt. Voc. i. 57, 52. Móthúses prod[r]omi. Hpt. Gl. 476, 61

Linked entry: gemót-hús

mót-geréfa

(n.)
Grammar
mót-geréfa, an; m.

The geréfa who presides at a court or mót

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The geréfa who presides at a court or mót Swá ðæt nán scýrgeréfe oððe mótgeréfe ðár habban ǽne sócne oððe gemót búton ðæs abbudes ágen hǽse ( nullus vicecomes vel praepositus ), Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iv. 200, 9. v. Kemble's Saxons in England, ii. 181, 155,