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sceap

(n.)
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sceap, es ; n.
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A private part Hé getǽlde his fæder Noe, ðǽr hé on his sceape lócode, Anglia xi. 2, 53. Wið gicþan ðæra sceapa, Lchdm. i. 38, 15

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sceáp

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Gif hwá drince wyrm on wætere, ofsníðe sceáp raðe, drince hát ꝥ sceápes blód, Lch. ii. 114, 8. Hý létan him tó . . . þá mǽde þe gebyrað tó ðám geréflande . . . and his sceápa lǽse æfter þæs hláfordes, C. D. B. i. 544, 3. Add

sceáp

(n.)
Grammar
sceáp, scép, scíp, es; n.
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Sceáp (scép, Rush.: scíp, Lind.) ðe hyrde nabbaþ, 9, 36. Scípo oves, Rtl. 19, 37. Sceápa hús ovile, Wrt. Voc. i. 15, 21. Sceápa locu caule, 16, 6 : ii. 23, 11. Lambra sceápa agni ovium, Ps.

Linked entry: scép

ge-sceap

(n.)
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ge-sceap, -scæp, -scep, es; pl. nom. acc. -sceapu, -sceapo; gen. -sceapa, -sceapena; n.
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a creation, created being or thing, creature; creātio, creātūra Song he be middangeardes gesceape cănēbat de creātiōne mundi, Bd. 4, 24; S. 598, 9. Þurh ðæt beorhte gesceap through that bright creature, Elen. Kmbl. 1576; El. 790. Ðissesgisceppes hujus

Linked entries: ge-scæp ge-scapu

sceáp-scearu

(n.)
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sceáp-scearu, e ; f.
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Sheep-shearing Ðá fór hé tó his scépscere, Gen. 38, 12

Sceáp-íg

(n.)
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Sceáp-íg, e ; f.
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Sheppy ( =Sheep-island, cf. Far-oe, Icel. íær a sheep) Hér hǽþne men ǽrest on Sceápíge (-ége, MS. E. ) ofer winter sǽtun, Chr. 855 ; Erl. 68, 23. Hér hǽþne men oferhergeadon Sceápíge, 832 ; Érl. 64, 18

for-sceap

(n.)
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for-sceap, es; n. [from sceapen formed, created; pp. of sceppan to create] What is for- or mis-shapen

a faultcrimemălefactum

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a fault, crime; mălefactum Me nædre to forsceape scyhte the serpent incited me to crime, Cd. 42; Th. 55, 22; Gen. 898

sceáp-hirde

(n.)
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sceáp-hirde, es ; m.
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Swá swá sceáphyrde tósceát sceáp fram gátum, Wulfst. 288, 2. Scéphyrdas opiliones, Coll. Monast. Th. 19, 3. Godes engel ætíwde sceáphirdon, Shrn. 29, 31. Be sceáphyrdan. Sceáphyrdes niht is ..., L. R. S. 14 ; Th. i. 438, 21

ge-sceap

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Ic ( a cuckoo) under sceáte, swá mín gesceapu wǽron, ungesibbum wearð eácen gǽste, Rä.10, 7. Swá scríðende gesceapum (fortuitu v. wyrd-gesceap) hweorfað gleómen, Víd. 135.

land-sceap

(n.)
Grammar
land-sceap, es; n.
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A district, tract of country, land Swá hé on landsceape stille stande ðǽr hine storm ne mæg wind áwecgan as if it [the vessel] stand still on land, where storm or wind cannot move it, Andr. Kmbl. 1002; An. 501

sceáp-wæsce

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sceáp-wæsce, an ; f.
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A place for washing sheep, the word remains as a place-name in Sheepwash, in Worcestershire Of ðam stáne on sceápwæscan ; andlang sceápwæscan, Cod. Dip. v. 48, 6. Andlang sceápwæscan tó sceápwæscan forda, 174, 11. Tó ðære sceápwæscan, 298, 4. Juxta

Linked entry: wæsce

sceáp-heorden

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sceáp-heorden, es ; n.
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A hovel, shed Býre vel sceápheorden magalia vel mappalia vel capanna, Wrt. Voc. i. 58, 31

snǽding-sceáp

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snǽding-sceáp, es; n.
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A sheep to be killed for eating Hý teohhiaþ ús him tó snǽdincgsceápum aestimati sumus ut oves occisionis, Ps. Th. 43, 23

Linked entry: sceáp

land-sceap

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Dele, and see next word

sceáp-lic

(adj.)
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sceáp-lic, adj.
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Of a sheep, of sheep Swýnenan and æt sceáplican and æt fearlican suouetaurilia (cf. suouetaurili oðða þá þe æt þǽm geldum þǽr wæs swín and sceáp and fear, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 32), An. Ox. 11, 187

sceáp-wíc

(n.)
Grammar
sceáp-wíc, es ; n.
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A sheep-fold Tó sceápwícan. Cod. Dip. Kmbl. Iii. 405, 5

sceáp-ǽtere

(n.)
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sceáp-ǽtere, es; m.
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The carcase of a sheep (?) Ánan esne gebyreþ tó metsunge .xii. pund gódes cornes, and .ii. scípǽteras, and i. gód metecú, L. R. S. 8 ; Th. i. 436, 27

Linked entry: ǽtere

sceáp-heord

(n.)
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sceáp-heord, e ; f.
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A flock of sheep Nimaþ eówre hrýðerheorda and eówer sceápheorda and eówer orf oves vestras et armenta assumiie, Ex. 12, 32

ǽ-sceap

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ǽ-sceap, es; n.
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What is cut off, a remnant, patch Ðæt ésceapa commissura, Lk. L. 5, 36. Ǽscapo subsiciva, Wrt. Voc. i. 287, 34

Linked entry: ǽ-scapo