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KING ALFRED'S 

OLD ENGLISH VERSION OP 

BOETHIUS 



SEDGEFIELD 



KING ALFRED'S 

OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF 

BOETHIUS 

DE CONSOLATiONE PHILOSOPHIAE 



EDITED FROM THE JttSS., WITH INTRODUCTION 
CRITICAL NOTES AND GLOSSARY 



WALTER JOHN SEDGEFIELD 



Oyfort 

AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 

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MAY- -rT 1899 

'Ta/veL jM-^-M^ 




TO 



PROFESSOR EDWARD ELLIS MORRIS 

M.A., LITT. D. 



THIS BOOK IS GRATEFULLY DEDICATED 



BY HIS OLD PUPIL 



' ic pilnobe peoptSpuilice co libbunne Sa hpile tSe ic lifbe. 

7 sejrceri minum lipe Ssm tnonnum co l£j:aTine, 6e sepcep 
me pxpen, mm jemynb on ^obiim peopcum.' 

A'l'ng Alfred cmicerning lumstlf. 



PREFACE 



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This edition of King Alfred's most personal and 
therefore most important work, may be regarded as 
a compromise, aiming as it does at meeting the wants 
of the scientific investigator of Old English on the 
one hand, and of the student of our literature on the 
other. The former has long been calling for a text 
which should faithfully reproduce the Cotton MS., 
and in offering him such a text I ask him to bear in 
mind the difficulty of the task. Even when MSS. 
are in perfect condition it is almost impossible to 
avoid errors in copying, as will be readily granted by 
those who have had experience of this kind of work ; 
but when, as in the case of the chief MS. of the Old 
English Boethius, fire and water have played havoc 
with almost every page, the labour of deciphering and 
the liability to error are immensely increased. Indi- 
vidual pages of this MS. have received as much as an 
hours scrutiny, and this scrutiny was repeated three 
or even four times in a few instances. By taking 
advantage of the rare intervals of London sunshine 
during the winter and spring months, I found much 
decipherable which in ordinary light would have re- 
mained hidden. 




PREFACE 



A fresh examination of this MS. by better eyes tha 
mine may show that a few more letters and words ca 
be made out, but I have made it a rule throughou 
only to print as clear what I could see really distinctly 

It may be remarked here that as Professor Brigh 
in his Anglo-Saxon Reader gives some passages fron 
King Alfred's Boethius based on a fresh collatio] 
with the Cotton MS., I have made a special re-coUa 
tion of his text with that MS. 

A complete edition of the Old English Boethiu 
would include not only the text of. both the Englisl 
MSS., but also the Latin text, and pcrTiaps a ful 
collection of marginal scholia and passages from Latii 
Commentaries, to illustrate in detail King Alfred' 
obligations to the work of others. In default of sucl 
completeness it is hoped that the analysis by chapter 
and sections given in the Introduction will be usefu 
in showing how far the King departs from his origina' 
The copious extracts from the article by the lat 
Dr. Schepss. whose untimely death removed oneof th 
chief authorities on the textual criticism of Boethiu. 
require but slight apology, as they throw what mus 
to many be a new light on King Alfred considered a 
a maker of books. The facts known about this wor 
are not many, and such as they are will be found col 
lecled in the Introduction, varied with a discussion c 
theories in the case of the Cotton Metra. These Metre 
though included in the complete glossary formin 
part of Grein's Bibliothek tier angeisdchsischen Poesi 
are also indexed in the Glossary of the present wori 
for the sake of completeness, especially as a numbc 
of new readings of the Cotton MS. are now given fa 
the first time. 



PREFACE IX 

The Glossary, too, I have tried to naake useful to 
the student of Old English who requires help in his 
reading, as well as to the phonolc^ist, for whom it is 
primarily meant. 

The interesting question of the dialect of the Bcetkius 
has not received more than a short notice, as it requires 
for its proper elucidation more room and time than 
I have been able to give. 

My best thanks are due to Professor York Powell 
for kind assistance in collating parts of the Bodleian 
MS., and much sound advice ; to Professor A. S. Napter 
for supplying me with some valuable notes on several 
points ; to Professor Eduard Sievers for a communi- 
cation on the subject of dialect; to Ernst Kramer of 
Bonn for the loan of his collation of the Cotton Metra ; 
to Frau Professor Schepss of Speyer for kindly sending 
me some notes by her late husband ; to Sir Edward 
Maunde Thompson, and to Dr. Henry Sweet. Valu- 
able help was given in verifying the references in the 
Glossary by two ladies whose names I am asked not 
to mention. Finally, I heartily thank the Rev, Dr. 
W. W. Skeat, whose kindly criticism and encourage- 
ment have been invaluable to a junior worker in his 
own field, who esteems himself fortunate to belong to 
the University and College so long adorned by the 
Ellington and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon. 

Christ's College, Cambridge. 



N i- 



INTRODUCTION 



§ i. MSS. 

The Old English version of Boethius' treatise Be 
Consolations PkUosophiae is preserved, as far as is 
known, in three MSS., one of which is but a small 
fragment, and in one paper transcript. 

1. The Cotton MS. (C) Otho A. vi (Wanley, p. 
317) in the British Museum, bound up with a Latin 
life of Edward the Confessor, 'per Ailredum, Abb. 
Rievallisl contains a prose version of the Latin prose, 
and an alliterating version of the Latin carmina. 
It was injured in the fire which proved so disastrous 
to the Cotton library in 1731, but the loose leaves 
were rather more than a century later collected and 
carefully mounted in an album. Wanley thus describes 
this MS. as it was before the fire : ' Codex membr. 
in octavo grandiori, ex duobm simul compactis, 
confectitm (sic), in quo continetur I fol. i Boethius de 
Consolatione Philosophies, Saxonice per jElfredum 



xii INTRODUCTION 

Regem versus, quo vivente, ant saltern paiillo poi 
obitnttt eius, hum codicem scriplum credo.' 

At the present time about three-quarters of t 
whole remain, mostly legible, though some leaves c 
only be properly read in a good light, and for a fe( 
even direct sunlight is necessary. The leaves vary S 
size from charred fragments a square inch orst 
to almost perfect specimens ; but not one has quite 
escaped the action of fire or water. It seems that the 
latter element is responsible for most of the oblitera- 
tion, for parts merely charred are generally easy 1 
read by a strong transmitted light. There arc nol 
I jy leaves in C, the size of the most perfect being, ( 
the average, about 7i by 4i inches, The first thre 
leaves are missing, as well as one between fols. y^M 
and 8o«, and two between fols, 127// and liSi 
usual number of lines to the page is 26 or 27, 
occasionally 28 ; and about 7 words go to the linj 
The MS- is in one distinct and neat handwriting^ 
generally written with a fine pen. The writing varies 
considerably in size, perhaps in part owing to the 
unequal shrinking of the vellum under the influence 
of intense heat, as it is frequently small at the top of 
a page, and grows larger towards the bottom. There 
is no formal division into chapters, but each of the 
Mclra begins a fresh line, with a large space left for 
the initial capital, which has, however, not been 
written. Illumination is entirely absent. Paragraphs 
are generally marked by the use of small or medium 
capitals, but these, like the marks of punctuation, are 
not always logically used. Words are not run together, 
but letters are frequently combined, especially certain 
s with the letter e, which has two forms, the short 



MANUSCRIPTS xiii 

and the tall. A few prefixes, especially ge- and be-, 
are often separated from the main word ; and some 
common proclitics, such as ne, are merged in the 
following word, thus : nenusg. 

Contractions are on the whole infrequent, especially 
at the beginning of the book, though they increase in 
number towards the end. The principal ones are 
cw3=cwa3 (once or twice cwS), at/t=eE/ier, and now 
and then Ponh=ponne. The letter m is not seldom 
replaced by a stroke over the preceding vowel, espe- 
cially in dative forms. Punctuation, represented only 
by the dot or full stop, is fairly frequent in the prose, 
marking paragraphs rather than sentences; but is 
rarer in the verse, which is externally in no way 
distinguished from prose. Of individual letters it 
may be noticed that y has a short tail curved to the 
left, and there is no dot above it ; j is either f or P, 
the form S only occurring as a capital. As a final, 
d is used with few exceptions; medially and initially 
h probably predominates, except in pronominal forms. 
Accents are rare, and occur chiefly on the adverb a, 
the verbal prefix a-, and on god, good, which however 
is generally -wnVizxi good. 

Sir Edward Maunde Thompson believes C to have 
been written shortly after the middle of the tenth 
[century, about 96G-970 a.d. Dr. Henry Sweet, in 
his Anglo-Saxon Reader, ascribes it to the beginning 
of the tenth century, agreeing with Wanley, who saw it 
before it was injured, and referred it, as we have seen, 
to King Alfred's lifetime, or the period immediately 
following his death. 

2. The Bodleian MS. (B), (Wanley, p. 64), formerly 
lettered on the back NE. C. 3. 11, now numbered 180 




(xo79), contains 94 leaves of vellum. The is fragments 
of another work formerly bound up with this MS. 
were in 1H84 taken out of the binding, and are now 
numbered Bodl. Add. D. 98. The vellum pages, 
which have been much pared in parts, measure about 
1 1 i by 7i inches, and the written page fills a rectangle 
of about y by 6\ inches. With few exceptions there 
are 24 lines of writing to the page, though as many as 
xy lines have been frequently ruled, and about 11 or 
13 is the average number of words to the line. The 
gatherings are of five or six plies each, and are generally 
numbered for the binder, the numerals i, ii, iiii, v, vii 
being marked on fols. 106, iia, ^la, 41a, 6ia respec- 
tively. B is written and corrected in a bold English 
hand hardly earlier than the beginning of the twelfth 
century. The text has initials in red, blue, purple and 
green, at the beginning of chapters, and occasionally 
of sections, but these colours have not lasted as well 
as the ordinary ink, which is of a very legible dark 
brown. The writing grows rougher, and the vellum 
worse towards the end of the book. The text-writer 
has occasionally left small initials in the margin as 
guides to the rubric ator. 

The text is" divided into forty-two chapters by 
Roman numerals written after the last word of the 
preceding chapter on the same line, while sections 
and paragraphs are n-arked by initial capitals of 
medium size. Punctuation, represented by the dot, 
is frequent, but not always logical. The mark of 
interrogation occurs once or twice, closely resembling 
the modern form (?}. Accents are rare, except on 
one or two pages, where they have been sprinkled in 
profusion in an undecided manner, perhaps by a later 



MANUSCRIPTS x» 

hand. The chief contractions are a stroke over vowels 
denoting an omitted m, and the form J)cn for fionne, 
both being very common. A curly mark above the 
line represents -us in the words Papmianus and Apol- 
limis(p.66, 1. 30 and p. 116, 1.1). iVaier (p. So,l. 18) 
is written w<si with a mark over the / denoting -er. 
The proper names Caucaseas {p. 43, I. 9), Boetius 
(p. 58, 1- 29), and Orfeus (p. loi, I. 25), are written 
with initial capitals. 

The original spelling is fairly well preserved in B 
for so late a MS., but a number of errors have crept in, 
letters and words being often omitted. In its text 
B agrees on the whole pretty closely with C, of which 
however it seems independent, and has moreover a table 
of contents at the b^inning. A prayer is added at 
\the end, written in a hand resembling that of the main 
text, of which it may have been an imitation '. A 
close examination decides against the identity of the 
two hands, which however may belong to the same 
school of handwriting. This prayer seems hastily 
written with a hard pen. One example of the con- 
tinental g occurs. 

It may be here noticed that the fragments (Bodl. 
MSS. Add. D. 98}, formerly in the binding of 
MS, 180, are part of a folio double-column digest, 
apparently written in England in the beginning of the 
fourteenth century, with glosses. The writing on one 
of them in a sixteenth-century hand runs — ' Boetius de 
consolaiioe pkilosophiae translated into the Saxonic tug 
by King Aelfred: 

3. A fragment (N) of a third MS. was discovered 

' This prayer is entered by Wanley in his CaialoEne lU > leparale 
wotic diuinct from B, ander the heading Oralia ad Deum. 



xvi INTRODUCTION 

in 1886 by Professor A. S. Napier, of Oxford, whose 
transcript is printed with some words of introduction 
(in German) in the Zeitschrift fi'tr dmtsches Alterthum, 
vol. xxxi. pp. 53-54 (vol. xix. part I, new series. 
1887). Professor Napier says — 'The following frag- 
ment of the Alfredian translation of Boethius in 
a hand of the first half of the tenth century forms 
the last leaf of MS. Bodl. 86. This leaf, which 
evidently has been used previously in the binding, 
was placed in its present position by the binder, and 
originally belonged to a small folio Boethius MS. 
The fragment formed the lower half of a leaf, and 
judging by the part missing between the two sides 
each page must have contained about thirty-eight 
lines. The writing is in parts very indistinct, as the 
letters are frequently blurred ; the parchment is also 
perforated here and there, so that some letters are 
quite gone,' 

Some years ago N was taken out and bound 
separately, but it has since been temporarily mislaid, 
so that the present editor has not been able to see iL 
The words in Professor Napier's transcript, which 
accurately represents the MS., are much run together, 
and no capitals are used. Contractions and accents 
are relatively frequent. The vowels a and 0, following 
\ A, m, and «, are in .some cases formed by a looped 
^ prolongation of the last stroke of these consonants 
below the line, a characteristic of the age of the 
fragment. 

The relations of the MSS. are conjecturally repre- 
sented in the following diagram, where A represents 
the archetype of B, C, and perhaps of N. and A , 
stands for the archetype of the Cotton Metra. 



PRESENT EDITION 




pToie 



Kentiih inl]a«nce. 960! 
Prose from A. 
Vecie liom A,. 



4. tn the Bodleian library there is also a transcript 
(Jun. 12) of B, tnade by Franciscus Junius, with his 
selection of the more notable C variants in the margin ; 
also a good copy which he made of the Cott. Metra. 
As Junius made these excerpts and copy of C before 
the latter MS. was injured by fire, his readings are 
often our only authority for it. The whole of the 
transcript with the printed Latin text pasted in, and 
occasional notes by Junius, are bound up in one large 
folio volume. Wanley (Catalogue, p. 80} states that 
among the MSS. presented to the chapter of Exeter 
Cathedral by Bishop Leofric in the eleventh century 
was an Old English version of the De Consolatione, 
known as Boeties hoc on englisc. Of its subsequent 
history we know nothing, unless perchance it was one 
of the MSS. Just described. It b probable that such 
a popular work as the De Consolatione would have 
been frequently copied in its English dress during the 
tenth and eleventh centuries, so that it is somewhat 
surprising that only two perfect MSS. have reached 
modem times. 

§ il. Present Edition. 
The present edition contains the three parts of the 
extant Old English version of the De Consolatione, 
viz. : ', 

b 



UfTRODUCTlON 

. The prose version of the Latin prose original, 
1 to B and C. 

3. The prose version of the Latin airmiiia, only 
■^ found in B. 

3. The alliterating metrical version of the Latin 
carmitia, only found in C. 

As regards (i), the text adopted is that of C. 
Where C is uninjured and legible, the chief variants of 
B are given in footnotes, but variations constantly 
iccurring, such as E's mifite for C's nieahtc, B's Sam 
for C's dam, &c., are not reproduced. Where C is 
injured or at all illegible, the text of B is printed, and 
the C readings preserved by Junius are given in foot- 
notes marked J. If part of a word is visible in C the 
word is completed from B, or from J where available; 
for this the footnotes should be consuhed. All 
words in the text not in C, or illegible in C, arc in 
italics; all parts now missing from C are in square 
brackets, while words and letters not in C from the 
first are in round brackets. Words and letters in 
italics, but not in brackets, do occur in C but are not 
I^ible. In short, it may be assumed that all words 
in italics are from B, unless olher^vise stated in the 
footnotes. 

As regards (3) the text of B is printed, and these 
prose Metra are printed (in italics) just where they 
occur in B. 

For (3), the Metra are printed together after the 

' prose, though they occupy in C the places filled by 

' (3) in B. The text is that of C, supplemented (in 

italics) where deficient from the transcript of the 

C Metra made by Junius, and also referred to as J in 

the footnotes. The numbering of these Metra was 



PRESENT EDtriON xijt 

first made by Fox, and is here retained. Grein's 
arrangement of the lines is generally followed. 

C is in parts much injured with holes in the parch- 
ment.'which is also creased to such an extent that it 
is often impossible to indicate in a printed text exactly 
what is missing and what illegible. In such cases the 
passage is enclosed in square brackets, and a note is 
added to the effect that part is gone, part illegible in C. 

Contractions are not expanded, but given as they 
occur, except in two or three instances noted above in 
the description of B. The wavy mark (-) over the 
t in a/i (= irfter) and one or two other words is 
intended to stand for exactly the same sign as the 
straight mark printed in other cases, such as Son, 3d, 
&c., which in the MSS. is generally straight but 
occasionally somewhat wavy. The letters of the 
MSS. are not specially reproduced as to form, except 
that ff and / arc given as they occur in B, C, and 
J. The abbreviation 7 (= arui) is after a full stop 
printed as a capital, but does not occur as such in the 
MSS. When a bracket bisects the d^raph ts the 
latter is written ae. 

Accents are marked where they occur in the MSS. 

The particles corresponding to the German separable 
particles, and used in Old English either as adverbs or 
prepositions, such as /ram, of, on, &c, are generally 
treated as prepositions when following their cases, if 
there is a regimen ; and as adverbs, where there is no 
regimen. In either case they are printed separately. 
Occasionally, however, they form true compounds with 
verbs, and are then printed as such both in the text 
and the glossary. 

Emendations and conjectures, which occur chiefly 
ba 



XX INTRODUCTION 

In the text of B, are mostly self-evident corrections of 
errors made by the scribe in copying. Many of these 
had already been made by Junius, and reproduced by 
later editors. In this edition only the more important 
emendations and conjectures suggested by Junius, and 
Grein (in the verse), and one by Professor Napier, are 
specially acknowledged. In addition to these, however, 
a considerable number have been made by the present 
editor, where they seemed necessary to an intelligible 
text. All eme7idations and conjectures are marked as 
such in l/ie footnotes. The division of the prose text 
into sections was first made by Junius, who also supplied 
the references to the Latin original, A few corrections 
and alterations have been made in the former, and the 
latter have been carefully verified from Pciper's text 
{Leipzig 1871, Teubner). Where the beginning of 
a section docs not coincide with a Latin section, the 
corresponding page and line in Pciper arc given in 
a footnote. For the punctuation of the text the editor 
is responsible. That of the prose part is modernized 
for the first time, for convenience in reading. In the 
Metra, Grein's punctuation is followed on the whole, 
but with numerous exceptions. In Old English 
writings it is not always easy to clearly mark by 
punctuation the correlation of words and sentences, 
and the MSS. are frequently unsatisfactoiy and even 
misleading in this respect. 

The fragment N is printed from Profes.sor Napier's 
text as an appendix on pp. 205-306. but with modern 
punctuation and words separated ; contractions are left 
unexpanded except in the case of the looped h, nt, 
and «, where the vowels are printed in italics (v. siipra). 

The Glossary is intended to give cxcry word occur- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY xxi 

ring in the text, Jindeveryinstance, except of constantly 
recurring words. In these cases the first instance of 
the word's occurrence is given from the prose, and 
generally from the verse, and an &•€. added. As the 
Glossary aims at being phonological rather than syn- 
tactical or lexicographical, a full record of forms is 
given, rather than of shades of meaning, though these 
latter have not been neglected. The prepositions 
indeed have been treated with some fullness, in view 
of their high syntactical importance and the interesting 
light they throw on the ways of thought of the early 
users of our language. It should be remembered that 
as the B text is here not printed in full, the Glossary 
is incomplete as a register of B forms. 

§ iii. Bibliography. 

I. Previous Editions, {a) By Christopher Rawlin- 
son, Oxford, 1698, containing the whole text of B, 
the C variants, and the Cotton Metra ; printed, with 
no additions (except a Latin preface and a number of 
quotations from early writers concerning King Alfred's 
authorship of the Old English Boethius), directly from 
the transcript by Junius above described. There is 
a full-page engraved portrait of Junius facit^ the 
title-page, after the picture by Van Dyck. The 
imprimatur of John Meare, Vice-Chancellor of the 
University of Oxford, is dated April 2, 1698, There 
are further a small copper engraving representing 
Boethius in his dungeon, with a female figure at his 
side, crowned with a halo and pointing upwards, and 
also a portrait of King Alfred, with the legend 'Al- 
uredus R. ex Lapide in Coll. Aenei Nasi. 

{b) By J. S. Cardale, London, 1839. The B text is 




given, embodying emendations and conjectures, with 
English translation and explanatory notes, and a speci- 
men of the Cotton Metra. 

(f) King Alfred's Anglo-Saxon version of the Metra 
of Boeihius, with an English prose translation and 
explanatory notes, by the Rev. Samuel Fox, M.A., 
of Pembroke College, Oxford. William Pickering, 
London, 1835. 

{(/) Complete edition by the Rev. Samuel Fox, 
Bohn, London, 1K64. The text of the prose is that 
of B, apparently copied from Rawhnson's edition 
without collation with B itself Up to Chapter xxix, 
only the readings from C excerpted by Junius and 
printed in Rawiinson's edition are given in footnotes ; 
afterwards these latter are supplemented by some 
more variants taken directly from C. A literal English 
translation faces each page of the original. The Metra 
of C are collected at tlie end of the book, apparently 
copied from the Junius transcript, or from Rawlinson, 
without fresh collation with C, An English rhymed 
translation of the Metra. by Martin F. Tupper, is 
printed side by side with the text ; there are some 
explanatory notes and a word-list at the end- 

(c) The Cotton Metra are printed with critical notes 
and emendations in C. W. M. Grein's BiUiathek der 
angehdchsischen Poesie. 

Hickes in his Thesaurus had printed some extracts 
from these Metra, using Rawhnson's edition. 

Extracts from the prose and verse parts of the Old 
English Boethius are given in various Readers and 
Analecta. a list of which will be found in Wiilker's 
Grundriss snr Geschkhle der angelsiichsiscken Litc- 
mtur. Professor Bright in his Anglo-Saxon Reader 



BIBLIOGRAPHY xxHi 

has printed portions of the prose, embodying a fresh 
collation of C ; in the other Readers the text of the 
editions is followed. 

A facsimile of a page of Cott, MS. Otho A 6 is 
given in the Jubilee edition of the Works of King 
Alfred the Great, p. 515. 

3. Translations. In addition to the translations 
given in the editions of Cardale and Fox, the latter's 
version of the Old English prose and Tupper's 
rhyming paraphrase of the verse are printed in the 
Jubilee edition of the Whole Works of King Alfred 
the Great. Tupper also published his version sepa- 
rately in 1850. A good deal of Alfred's Boethius is 
translated in Sharon Turner's History of the Anglo- 
Saxons (vol. ii. ch. ii, seventh edition, 1852), accom- 
panying a full analysis of the work and a commentary, 
with a literal translation of the corresponding passages 
in the original Latin added in the footnotes. 

In his Proeve eencr geschiedenis der dichtkunst en 
fraafelelterenonderdcAngel-Sahsen{AmsterdAm,iii42) 
J. P. Arend has some notes on Alfred's Boethius, 
followed by a Dutch translation of some passages 
(pp. 130-180). A part of the fable of Orpheus and 
Eurydice is translated into French in H. Taine's 
Histoire de la litth-ature anglaise (vol. i. pp. 59-63, 
eighth edition, 1893); and Grein gives an alliterating 
German version in his Dicklungen der Angelsachsen. 

3. Literature. The question of the authorship of 
the Cotton Metra has been fully discussed by A. Leicht 
in Anglia, vi. 126-170; by M. Hartmann in Anglia, 
V. 411-450; and by O. Zinimermann in a dissertation 
published at Greifswald in 1882. Wiilker in his 
Gmndriss gives a precis of the researches and argu- 




1 

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merits of these writers, and his own summing up. 
Lcicht also wrote an article in Anglia, vii. 178-202. 
supplementing his first one, and containing notes on 
the MSS. (as represented in Fox's edition) and their 
phonology, and a comparison of the Old English 
version with the original Latin. In Boethius. an 
Essay^ by H. F. Stewart (pp. 170-178), there is an 
interesting appreciation of Alfred's translation. 

In a very suggestive article in the Arckiv fiir das 
Studium der neueren Sprackcn 94 (2 and 3}, pp. 149— 
160, the late Dr. Georg Schepss showed that many 
illustrations and amplifications found in the Old 
English version of the De Consolatione and hitherto 
credited to King Alfred, especially those of a marked 
Christian tendency, are undoubtedly derived from Old 
Latin commentaries, belonging to two types, now 
represented by (i) a complete separate commentary . 
bound up with the Boethius MS. written by Froumund 
in the tent!) century and now belonging to the 
Ottingen-Wallerstein library at Maihingen ; and {2) 
the marginal Scholia of the Munich MS. no. 19452, 
written in the tenth or the eleventh century, 

J. W. Tuppcr, in a dissertation published in Balti- 
more, U.S.A., in 1^(97, investigates the tropes and 
figures in the prose of the Boethius. 

In Modern Language Notes for 1894 (no. 6), pp. 
321-342, there is an article on the close connexion 
between the Alfredian Boethius and the Alfredian 
i'Soliioquies or ' Blooms.' 

Max Rieger gives an analysis of the metre of the 
Cott. verses in his Die alt- und angeisdchsiscke Vers- 
kunst (Halle, 1876), first published as an article in 
Zacher's Zeiischifl fiir dentsche Philologie, 



RELATION TO LATIN ORIGINAL xxv 

A Latin MS. of the De Consolatione with Old 
English glosses {Corp. 214, Camb.) is described by 
Professor W. W. Skeat in the American Journal of 
Pkilohgy, V. (4) p. 488 ; but. as Dr. Skeat remarks, 
these glosses are in no way connected with Alfred's 
Boethius. 

In Richard Wiilker's Grundriss eur GeschUkte der 
angelsdchsischen Lileratur will be found further in- 
formation about the literature of the Boethius. 

§ iv. Relation to Latin Original. 

The following analysis by chapters and sections 
will serve to show the degree of correspondence 
between the Old English version and its Latin 
original, as represented in R. Feiper's text. It may 
be premised that the words ' close ' or ' literal ' have 
a looser sense than usual, as here applied to our 
version. Even in bis most faithful translation, that 
of the Cura Pastoralts, King Alfred is by no means 
what would in these days be called literal ; while in 
his Boethius it is the exception to find a passage of 
even a few lines rendered word for word. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



/■ 



— abridged. 

'. -■dditiDa(s), added. 

— close, lileral. 

— expanded, expansion. 
= frec. 



hL. 



L. ' the Latin originaL 

inL. iir.cl. iii=i, ii, iii, 
iv 4^ L. om. Mttr. iii and iv 1 



not in the Latin original. 

1. - p«»aage(s). 

— rather, fairly. 
if. - lefera, referring. 
i. •'■ lentence. 
rt, -^ transposed, 
', MI TSty, greall)'. 
■V. = verj greatly. 

•i rf L, trs. and w. ab. Ch. 
n. It r. el. /n t § i tSsere 



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heofoncundan lerusalem nL. far. r!., kd simpkr Ifiaii L. 
T, vi r. fl. Tii §§ I, 2 r./. Melr. ii \ om. § 3 v./. and tx. 
especially al end. After smyllra j'Sa (/. 17 /. 26) is am. nunc 
procellis ac fluctibus itihorrescere, Afler the allusion to 
Croesus and Cyrus, a rtf. to Paulus and the Persian King 
iiom. %f,nL. Tiiirr.y! ix gives the sense, x Beginning 
and end ex. The ps. ref. to Symmachus and the wife and 
sons of Boethius is cl. xi gives sense, but is hose and full. 
The last words, f waeron ealle ]ja halgan marliraa. are nL. 
xii is more detailed than I,. The appliealion of the moral it 
nL ; no mention in L. of Christ and God. xiu r. cl. on the 
whole, xiv First part r. rl., the latter half "f % t {P- 30 /. 3 
to end) is V. ex. In ^ 3 the passage Gif 5u nu w£ere 
wegferend etc. {p. 33 /. 8)^Tu igitur qui nunc contum 
gladiumque sollicitus perlimescis, si uiiac huius cAllcm uacuus 
uiator iotrasscs, coram lalrone canlares. xt r. cl. The 
words ac nu . . . forbaemS {p. 34 /. 7-io)=Se(l saeuior 
ignibus Aetnae Feruens amor ardel habendl xvi vv. ex- 
The ref. !n % \ to Tlieodoric is nL. The explanation sc is 
on Sicilia CiEm ealonde . , . wks (^ 34 /. 28-30) is nL. 
Tarquin (I. 31) is not named in L. In % 1. the allusions 
te> gnats and the flea are nL.i^p. 36 /. ^ and 11). The jMtin 
words liberum quemdam ore mistranslated romaniscum 
ffiBclinge, se waes halen Liberius (p. 36 /. 17). The story of 
Busiris {I. 29 el seq.) rests on Busiridem accipinius necarc 
hospites solilum ab Hcrcule hospite fuisse maciaium. That 
of Begulus=Rega\us plures Poenoruni bello captos in 
uincla coniecerat, sed inox ipse uiclorum calenis mantis 
praebuil. The division between Books i and ii is wrong 
\p. 38 /. 6). § 3 /J vv. ex. ; the lalkr half (p. 38 /. 14 to end) 
is ex. from i^ l.of L. § 4 w more detailed than /-., wHtre 
there is no metition of the heavenly power, xvii <j nL. except 
the first 5 lines, xyiii In § 1 the words (p. 41 /. 23) on 
SEcre bee Se Aslralogium haUe=astrologicis demonstra- 
Honibus, and se towrat . . . anre bee (/. 27) is nL. TTie rtti \ 



RELATION TO LATIN ORIGINAL JlXVil 

<i/ this § is r. cl.. as also are the remaining §§ of the ch. 
txcepi the words f ge naefre . . . manega Sioda {p. 42 /. 25), 
Ihe ri/. to the Stythians {p. 43 /. \o),thf blame cast on careless 
historians (p. 44 /. 1-8) and the concluding sentence of ^ 3, 
none of which are in L. xix r. cl. ' The bones of Weland ' 
is suggested by ossa FabricU. The error oSre naman Cassius 
(/. 46 /. 22) should be noted. CaCo in L. is rigidua Caio. 
XX r. el. ; frontem is mistaken for fontem (/. 47 /. 9). 
The words Ac seo orBorhnes . . , windes pyf ^ illam uideas 
uenlosam |]uentem suique semper ignarani. xxi v. ex. 
God = caelo imperitans amor, xxii ex. Last st.§ i ^ lalia 
sunt quippe quae reslant, ut degustata quidem mordeant, 
interius autem recepla dulcescant. xxiii r. cl. xxiv § 1 is 
/. after the first few I. ; God {p. 52 /. 20) = bonum. The 
last St. about Ihe brooks and the sea is nl.. § 2 is r. cl. 
§ 3 has add. of slight importance ; the words bulon tSses 
getreowan Treondes , , . crserias {p. 54 /. 15-22) are nL. 
The latter part of § 4, wenst 5u etc. {f. 55 /. 31), is f. and 
ex. The ps. on p. 55 /. 28-31 is nL. XXV r. cl., except 
the last pari, seo Txst etc. {p. ^T I. ^i to end), which is nL. 
englum (/. 8) is also nL. xxTi § i ''. cl.. but J is God 
(p. 58 /. 8) is nL. § 2 r. cl. except last part {p. 60 /. 15 to 
""0- 5 3 *"■ '"'■I ^"l '^' words 7 Seah he erige his land mid 
Susend sula = oneret bacis colla rubri litoris. xxvii § i r. 
ex. The ps. about Catulus {p. 61 /. 16 lo end) = unde 
Catullus licet in curuli Nonium sedentem strumam tamcn 
appellat. {Ont Latin MS. has here Caiulus.) § 2 has add. 
The words tJaes unrihtwisan cyninges Diodrices = Decorate. 
The ps. on p. 62 /. 24-31 is nL. In ^ 3 the last part 
{p. 63 /. 27 to end) is nL. § 4 _/! Hit webs gio . . , Eenig is 
{p. 64 /. ri-i6) = atqu( praefeclura magna olim potesias 
nunc inane nomen et senatoni census grauis sarcina : si quis 
populi quondam curasset annonam, magnus habebatur, nunc 
ea praefectura quid abiectius? xxviii/ Imt nol ex. xxix 
The first 15 /. o/§ i are an ex. 0/4 in L. The sent. fortSam 




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CWseS gio ele. {p. 65 /. 37) = expertus sortis suae poriculonjm 
tyrannus regni metus peiidentis supra uetticera gladii lerrore 
siinulauit. The last part, /•eginntng Ac ic wal (/. 66 /. 4 to 
tnd), is r. ex. In ^ 2 the allusion to Seneca in L. is simply 
Nero Scnecam iamiliarem praeceploremque suum a<1 eligendae 
morlis coegit arbilrium (cf. p. 66 /. 23-29); mid I he smJ. 
relating to Papimanus = Papinianum diu inier auiicos poten- 
lem miliium gladiis Anionius obiecit. The rest of the % is ix. 
§ 3 r. d., but the Ukima Thyle of L. is ex. {p. 67 /. 31 eU.). 
XXX In 5 I sum sceop . . . nane can = tragicus exclamaii 

i flcJfa Bdfa ^ivpionri S^ ffpoTVi- oi"iW>i yiyiiiru' lyKov iiyniocrat fUya*. 

{The Latin MSS. vary here.) The ps. ealle men . . . medor 
{p. 68 /. 30) = uidetur namque esse nobililas quaedam de 
merilis ueniens laus parenlum. The rest of the § ij r. ex. 
/« § 2 forCam hi ealle comon of anuni fader 7 of anre 
meder {p. 6g /. 18) (> r.f., and the word God is nL. xxxi 
The chief add. in % I are, 7 liu mieele . . . Curhteah {p. 70 
/. 10-13), Gif nu hwa cwi5 . . , wrssnnesse (/. 14-18). and 
fortSamSe manig wif . . , dasd wees (/. 21-27). % ^ r. el. 
xxxii 5 I mostly r. d, ; but the last pari, 7 tSeah Su tic. 
{p. 12 I. 8 If) end tf/f) is add. /n § a swa swa Aristolelis 
. . . lox (;>, 73 /, 1-3) = Quod si, ui Arisiotelcs ait, lynceis 
oeulis homines uterentur. 5 3 >". el.; se weg is God (/. 73 
/. 24) is nL. zxxiii § i is r. d. % 2 and 3 f and v. ex. 
§ 4 / § 5 !'"■ "■■ frnm 28 /. in L. xxxiv The first half 
of ^ I is f, and last part ex. swa swa sum mictl Kwelm . . . 
riSa of (p. 82 I. 27) = quidam omnium fons bonoram. 
Jar. d. The middle part of ^ 3 {p. 84 /. 18—/. 85 /. a) « 
nL. exeeft the si. ac we sculon . . . beisl, § 4 '-. d. except 
thai the last few lines {p. 85 /. 2i lo end) = uelmi geometrae 
Solent demonstralis propositis aliquid inferre quae porismata 
ipsi uocant. The middle part of ^ ^, se is stemn . . . afiered 
{p. 86 /. z-io) is nL. § 6 :•. ex. The chief add are, swa 
swa of JSsere Sie . . . eft to sffi {p. 86 /. 18-22), swa swa nu 
Saul ■ . ■ CTffiftas (p. 86 /. 29—/. 87 /. 9). § 7 / 




RELATION TO LATIN ORIGINAL XXVt 

77u albuiont in L. to Tagus, Hermus, and Indus are not 
rendered. § 9/. § lo r. d. Hwa mjeg . . . anwald {p. 93 
/. 7-10) it nL. In % \\ the ps. gif tSu Sonne ■ . . ser wses 
(/. 93/. 35), ont/Su tneabt witan . . . asyndred (^.93/. 32 — 
^. 93 /, 6) are nL. In ^ it there are comidtraUe iut 
tmimportant add. xxxT § i givn tht sense fairly. % i f. 
but not V. ex. The last sent. Sone god etc. {p. 96 I. 33) = 
Hoc quidquid est quo condita manent atque a^ilantur usitalo 
cuncds uocabulo deum nomino. -^n § 3 the last part, Nu ic 
& andette etc. (p. 97 /. 13 to end) is nL, /« § 4 the first 
half is r. el., except the allusion to tSa wiSerweardan englas 
(/. 98 /. 13), which is nL. But the latter half, hfginning 
Hwaet, ic waet . . . {p. 98 /. 26 to end) is an ex. of Accepisti, 
inquit, in fabulis lacessentes caelum gigantas: sed illos 
quoque, uti condignum fuit, benjgna fonitudo deposuit § 5. 
r. el. /h § 6 the quotation from Parmenides is iti.no8*v 
tilKViXav inj)mpiir iraXiyitiov oyny (cf, p. lOI /. 3 et Se^.). In 

^ 1 /he story of Orpheus has numerous add. explanations, Ike 
chief of which art: Sio waes on Creca rice . . . Orfeus 
(/. loi /. 34) ; Sio . . . Eunidice (/. 36) ; 7 ?!a sCanas . . . 
swege (/. 37); Da ssedon hi . . . dseges 7 nihtes (p. 103 
/. 1-5) ; Da tSohte he . . . swiSe oreald (/. 10-18). These 
last 2 ps. = Infernas adiit domes, and slupet tergeminus 
ianitor. A^ext follow Se folcisce men hatatS Parcas (/. 23) ; 
Da hi secga.iS . . . wyrde (/. 34) ; Da eode he . . . tSe he bsed 
(/. 36-29) i **s to gebunden . . . scylde (/. 30) ; Ke bine 
(er • . . hearpode {p. 103 /. 1-4) ; Da eode . . . Sses wifes 
(/. 1 1-13)- xxxvi §§ I'S r. cl. In ^ ^ the words 6e we 
halaS Saturnus . . . tungot are nL {p. 105 /. 12-14). ^" 
§ 6 hwjBt, tJa cild . . . ealdum monnum is nL. {p. 108 
/. 8—13) ; also f is God ... to lufianne (/. 19-31), and f ilce 
. . . Code (/. 24) are nL. ^ 7 ex. § 8 v. f Swa swa 
aelces . . . hrof ge flor {p. no /. 23-25) '■* "^- xxxvii 
§ V. f. and ex. \ 2 r. f The ps. Nis ^ eac . . . gebyretS 
(p. 113 /. 10-37) " "" ^^- °f ^ currendi (al. currenii) in 




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staJio propter (jtiam curritur iacet praemium corona. § 3 
r. cl. Swa swa an mon . . . ffir wa;s {p. 114 /. 4-9) is nL, 
§ 4 r, i7, 7X<r /u. Be symle . . . Ssron {p. 115 /. 6-10) is 
nL. xxxviii § i is muck mart ilelailed ihm I.. The first 
part, as far as the mention nf Circe (to p. 1 16 /. a) is in L. 
' Vela neritii ducis El uagas pelago rates Eurus appulit insulae. 
I z/l ; swa swa greai beam . . , swiSe eanne (/. 1 fj I. 39—31) 
istiL. Tlufirst parlof%iisr.d.{!n p. 119 /. 9); the rtsf 
is ex. § 4 w- §57-; unhalc cngan {p. \i\ I. 9) = oculos 
tenebris assuelos, and ne magon . . . willan (/. 9—13) is nL.; 
also for'Sjem hi ne l>st . . . lichoman (/. 19-29) m >iL. The 
last part is v. tx. ^6 r. cl. § 7 nut ex., liiil /. in parts. 
zxxix 5 I r. cl. lial the si. lufie . . . nia;g (/. 134 /. 16) is 
nL. % 3 r. cl. Sc lelmohtega God (/. 125 /. i4) = deus 
rector. § 3 ex. in Iht astronomical part at the liig inning ; 
Saturn is not mentioned in L. In ^ 4 the ps. Sa race . . . fyre 
(/. 127 A 4-14) is an ^.v. 5/^ talis namque materia est, ut una 
dubitatione succisa tnnumcrabiles aliae uelut hydrae capita 
succrescani. The ps. ForSa;m liit . . . langan spell (/, 127 
/. 26-39) '■' "-^- T^^ ^"^1 P'""' ^y 5 5 i^ f- ! deus dots not 
occur in L. but only diuina ratio and diuinae mentis. § 6 r. ct. 
\ 1 V. ex. from about 10 /. in L. In % % the ps. sume 
uSwiotan . . . lieota scyldn (/t. 131 /, 8-15) with the allusion 
to crislene men is nL. \ g r. cl. § to /, ; a qmialion from 
Luian is om. Se godcutida , , . eagan (^ '33 '■ ii"i3) = 
u'rffjit 8^ Upoi iifiat atSt'/Ht luitoSSiiiitTav. ^ II r. cl. Ac hwa^t 
. . ■ goodan willan {p. 134 /. 9—13) nL. ; also se gooda tece 
f is God (/. 1 6) is nL. § 1 2 y. A guolalion from the Iliad 
[in Greek) is om. § 1 3 r. cl. ; oS domes dai'g ( ;». 1 36 /, 8) is 
nL. xl § 1 f-. ex. \ 2 r. cl. § 3 /^ ■/" § 4 nearly all L, 
om. : here there are a number of mythological allusions in 
L. 5 5 r. cl. ; last pari londemed. The last part of \ ft 
condensed. Lib. v carm. i om. In § 7 englas (^. 140 /, a8) 
= supernis diuinisque substarniis, and the further ref. {I. 31J 
i^L.Ka £elmilitig Grd (p. 141 /. 7) = ille ah aeten^^ 



RELATION TO LATIN ORIGINAL xxxi 

cuncta prospiciens. xli /n § i se gooda sceop . . . selesi 
(p, 141 /. 11-13) ii nL., othervjhe Iht § w r, cl. § 2 
condensed and feebler than L. Lib. v carm. 3 and 4 are om. 
§ 3 11, y! The account 0/ Cicero (p. 143 /. 5) and what foH<nt)s 
\to I. 1 5) is nL. There is no re/, to God in L. The simile of 
the steersman at the end is nL, § 4 gives the sense. Sio 
gesihS {p. 145 /. 34) = ratio or intelligeiniae celsior oculus. 
/n 5 5 only the first 5 /. correspond to L. The rest is nL. 
Lib. V carm. 4 and 5 om. § 6 gives the bare sense, xlii 
ffere the L. is laid aside, except in God ece in {p. 147 /. 19), 
andUwxl is ecnes (/. 22); all the rest to the end of the boot 
unL. 

It may here be convenient to supply some notable 
instances of the use, in the Old English version, of 
early Latin commentaries. They are taken from the 
article by Dr. Schepss, mentioned above. 

The mention of ' the heavenly Jerusalem ' (p. 1 j , 
I. 17), which is not in the Latin text, is taken from 
the commentary, which runs: {hoc) lam ad Romae 
civitatem quant ad eccUsiam sen ad caelcstem Hieru- 
salem referri potest (Lib. i. prosa 5, Pciper, p. 19, 1. 14), 

The allusion to 'the holy martyrs' (p. 36, I. 31) 
comes from the Froumund MS- commentaries (F), 
which have hie saiictos marlires vtilt intellegi, qui, lit 
beatitudinem perennetti acciperent, diver sa potius tor- 
inenta qiiam siinplUem mortem desiderabant (Lib. ii. 
prosa 4, P- 35- 9i)- 

The words perennis sedes and humili saxo (Lib. ii. 
metr. 4, 1. i and 1. 15) are in the Munich commentary 
MS. (M), explained in a Christian sense, and in deo 
is written over saxo. F has saxo id est in Otristo. 
The Old English has Crist (p. 37, 1. 7). 

In the account of Nero's crimes (Lib. iL metr. 6, 




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P. 43, V, 1 ff.) F and M explain urbe Jlammata 
with the remark that Nero set Rome on fire, volens 
videre quantum fueril ittcendium Troiae. The Old 
English has lefUr Stere bisene Se gto Trogia burg barn. 
Him lyste eac geseon hu sco burnt, hu lange, 7 ku 
leohte be d^re o3erre (p. 39. 1. ao). 

The passage on the elements and seasons {/. 49, 1. J 
et seq.) does not occur in Boethius, but F and M give 
explanatory notes to which the Old English version 
closely corresponds. 

In Lib, iii. met. 9 (Peipcr 70, v. 1 el seq.) the word 
numeris is annotated at some length, and here too the 
Old English version closely follows the commentary 
{p. 80, /, 5 et seq). In the commentary to the same 
poem {v. 13 et seq.), we find a note explaining that by 
the words triplkis mediant naturae animam we are to 
understand anima rationabilis, together with anima 
iraseibilis z.aA anima coneupiscibilis. The Old English 
runs {/. 81, /. 17-19) An Sara gecynda is f hco biS 
wiln^ende, oSer f hto bid irsiende, tridde f kia biS 
gesceadwis. 

At the end of this poem the commentaries add the 
words per quern [pcr)veniamus ad te ; the Old English 
has de ealle men to fundtad. 

To the words of Boethius (Lib- iii. prosa la, P. 83. 
52) nihil est quod naturam seriians deo contraire 
conetur, Alfred adds butim dysig man, o3Se eft 8a 
wiSerweardan englas (p. 98, 1. 13, 13). This seems 
to be taken from the commentary, which, in speaking 
of the devil, mentions that he was good in sui nature 
but that he voluntate dco resistit. 

In Lib. iii. prosa 12 (P. 84. 65) occur the words 
lacessenUs caelum giganlas. In M. we find loquitur 



RELATION TO LATIN ORIGINAL xxxiii 

secundum fidem gentilium vel vetitatem iangit, quando 
divisio linguarum facia est. This biblical allusion is 
not lost on King Alfred (p. 99, 1. 6). 

In Lib. iv. prosa i (P. 89. 33) M. annotates domunt 
thus: ad apicent pHstinae intelligentiae mentisque 
secreium seu ad paradysum^ ubi domus est naturalis. 
The Old English version has (p. 104, 1. 27) to dcere 
heofonlican byrig de du cBr of come. 

The gelidi senis of Boethius in Lib. iv. metr. i 
(P. 90. 11) is explained as Saturnus in the commen- 
taries. 

In Lib. iv. metr. 5 (P. v, 1-3 ff.) Arcturi . . . Bootes, 
the commentaries explain Bootes Stella est in tenione 
plaustri quae graece arctofilax vocatur, id est^ custos 
plaustri . . . sidera quanta viciniora sunt cardini, tanto 
tardiores habent occasus et celeriores ortuSy quoniam diu 
videntur, parvum autem occultantur. Unde Bootes 
quia primus {proximus?) est cardini, parvo tempore 
occultatur, ergo semper tardius ad occasum quam ad 
ortum venit . . . Rursus, quanto longius fuerint sidera 
a cardincy celerius occidunt et tardius oriuntur. Com- 
pare with this the Old English (p. 126, 1. i ff.). 

The elaborate simile of the wheel contained in 
Chapter xxxix. § 7 of the Old English version (p. 129, 
1. 19) seems also to owe something to the words of the 
commentary. 

Finally, the simile of the egg (Metr. xx. 169), which 
has generally been ascribed to King Alfred, is to be 
found indicated in the marginal scholia of the Frou- 
mund Codex in the words Caelum et terram mareque 
in modum ovifigurari. 

Dr. Schepss further shows that Alfred might have 
avoided certain errors if he had been able to make 



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consistent use of the commentaries above described. 
Thus Alfred speaks of sutnutn romaniscum sSelhige, 
se w^s kalen Liberiiis {p. 36, /. 1;), where the Latin 
teyX hs^ liber gitidam ; but the commentaries refer the 
allusion to Anaxagoras, Zeno, or Anaxarchus. 

Alfred's error sc -wisa Cattdus for Catullus (p. 61, 
1. 17) may have been due to a faulty reading in his 
MS., or perhaps to the mention of Catulus in Orosius, 
but the commentary M has a note nobilis et vcrovensis 
poeta. The identification of Brutus with Cassius 
(^. 46, /. 23) seems to show carelessness or ignorance 
on Alfred's part, but at the same time he avoids some 
blunders which we find in the commentaries. For 
example, he docs not regard Akiblades as nomen 
mulieris famosac pukhrittidinis, as is gravely set forth 
in the commentary F. The curious mistake which 
makes Ulysses a prince of Rhaetia (p. 1 15, 1. 16 and 
Metr. xxvi. 8) is due to the reading velani retii for 
vela neritii. 

Alfred seems to have left unused a mass of material 
contained in the commentaries regarding matters 
metrical, grammatical, and etymological, but eagerly 
availed himself of any hints and information he could 
get on Biblical, mythological, and historical questions, 
and all tliat related to what we now call natural science. 

Dr. Schepss has undoubtedly made out a strong 
case, and has indicated a new field of inquiry which 
may lead to still further interesting discoveries of the 
same nature, as he has only dealt with the more 
notable of the explanations and expansions of the 
Latin text which have been generally ascribed to 
King Alfred. In this connexion William of Malmcs- 
bury's statement that Asser settsum librorunt Bottii 



DIALECT OF TEXT xxxv 

d€ coftsolaiione plnnioribus verbis enodavit is of interest, 
as it almost looks as if Asser were the author of the 
above-mentioned commentaries F and M ; but, as 
Dr. Schepss points out, it is safer to believe that in 
the written and oral explanations which he gave the 
king, Asser made use of commentaries already in 
existence. 

§ V. Dialect of text. 

The following short note kindly communicated to 
the Editor by Professor Eduard Sievers will be of 
interest. * The dialect question (of the O. E. Boethius) 
is rather puzzling. The BodL MS. contains a good 
many Kenticisms, and so does Cott. The latter is 
evidently copied from an Early W. Saxon source, 
but the scribe has introduced Kentish forms here and 
there, especially his Kentish e for E. W. S. ie^ and, 
what is perhaps of greater weight, Kentish io for 
E. W. S. (or O. E.) eo^ as in swwr, dlof ; also weoruld 
for W. S. woruld (on the latter see Beitr, xxii. 255). 
It is only the io which represents W. Germ, eu or e 
that is replaced by Kent. iOy not the eo which stands 
for W. Germ, iu or /, and written io in E. W. S. too,, 
as far as it exists. Then the Metra are so full of 
Kentish forms that I cannot but believe that they 
were done in Kent, and probably the versifier worked 
from a Kentish copy of the prose text. I have a short 
note on this question in Beitr. x. 197, but without 
amounting to proof I consider the following observa- 
tion rather convincing. The prose text (p. 136, /. 23) 
reads thus : panon he welt dam gewcaldlederum ealle 
gesceaftu. The versifier makes dam gewealdlederum 
(Metr. xxix. 76) a regular half line ; consequently he 

c 2 




xxxvi INTRODUCTION 

had to alter the words immediately preceding, i 
I believe he did it this way : 

Sanon he jyeli \ Sam gewealdhSentm. 
Then he, or some scribe, copied out what he founa 
before him, but his eye was caught by the 'velt, and 
so he wrote what we find in the Metra : he 3onan 
walded"^ dam gewclllcSrunu So the Kentish welt evi- 
dently was in the (original) prose text from which the 
man worked.' There are numerous other Kenticlsmsia 
the text of both B and C, and this question of dialect 
is one that calls for detailed investigation, as it may 
throw light on the source of these two MSS. An 
examination of the Cott. Metra from this point of view 
would probably lead to results regarding their author- 
ship of greater value than those hitherto obtained by 
other methods {v. infra). The fragment N, which is 
older than the otlier two MSS., is West Saxon, with 
no important admixture of Kentish or other dialect. 

§ vi. Authorship and dale of tJie Work. 

That King Alfred translated into English the De 
Comolatione of Boethius is testified by several early 
writers of varying authority. vEthelweard in his 
Chronicle (Lib. iv. cap. 3 ad 901 a. d.) has this 
passage : Dtvinis quippe super omnia documettfis im- 
butus, nam ex Latino rketortco fasmate in propriam 
verterat linguam volnmina, numcro ignoto, tta varie, 
ita praeopime, ut non tantum. expertioribus sed ct 
audientibus liber {librum f) Boetiilachrymosus quoda»t- 
modo suscitaretur motus. 

William of Malmesbury says {De Gestis Rt^ 
> Cott MS. hM he ton* mw<ad dit. Ei. 



AUTHORSHIP AND DATE OF THE IVORK sxxvii 

Aiigliae, Lib. ii. cap. 4, § 122), Hie (i. e. Assei) sensum 
librorum Boetii de Consolatiotie Philosophiae plamoribus 
verbis enodavit, qtios ipse rex in anglicam lingitam con- 
fer tit ; and a little further on he again speaks of Alfred's 
translation of thework. In his GestaPontificum Angliae, 
ii. 248 (page 177 of Hamilton's edition), occurs this pas- 
sage, Asserus. . -non nsguegnagiie contempnendae scieti- 
tiae fuit, qui librum BoetH de comolatione philosophiae 
planioribui elucidavit, labore illis diebus necessario, nos- 
tris ridiculo. Sed mint iussu regis factum est, ut levins 
ab eodem in anglicutn transferretur sermonem. 

Robert Plot in his Historia Naturalis Comitatus 
Oxon. (cap. x, § 118) remarks that there seems to 
have formerly existed at Woodstock (Wudestoc) 
a Royal residence, dating from King Alfred's time, 
as it appears from a Cotton MS. (sub Othone A) 
that that King translated at Woodstock the De Conso- 
latione of Boethius into 'Saxon.' Plot probably refers 
to MS. Cott. Otho Ax, now destroyed except for 
a few charred fragments. Wanley in his Catalogue 
makes no mention of this statement alleged to be 
contained in the MS. 

In the Liber monasterit de I/yda {edited by Edwards 
1866) it is stated that Alfred caused the De Cotiso- 
latione of Boethius as well as Gregory's Dialogues 
to be translated into the Saxon tongue by Bishop 
Wirefrith (i. e. Werfrith of Worcester). Several other 
early writers from whose works extracts are printed 
in the preface to Rawlinson's edition, such as Bromton, 
Polydorus Vergilius, Leiand, and Bale, refer to 
Alfred's translation of the De Consoiatione in nearly 
the same words as those just quoted. 

Most modem critics have seen no reason to doubt 



INTRODUCTION 



state medl^^H 
of Boethifflff 



the tradition of antiquity and the express s 
the prefaces to the Old English \ 
that King Alfred was its author. At least there has 
been no doubt as to his authorship of the prose 
rendering of the prose and verse of the original. 
The whole of this version bears the strong personal 
impress of its author, and in the views of life expressed, 
esijecially of a kinjij's life, with its manifold cares and 
duties, we can hardly fail to recognize the great king's 
voice. Often groping darkly after the sense of his 
original and failing to find it, he is always earnestly 
trying his utmost to utter in his simple speech the " 
high thoughts that surge within him. 

Rut with regard to the authorship of the Cotton 
Mftra there is not this unanimity. This question has 
been exhaustively treated in the articles already 
referred to, by Leicht. Hartmann, and Zimmermann, 
and nothing has since been contributed to its dis- 
cussion. Ingenious arguments for and against Alfred's 
authorship have been brought forward, but it cannot 
be said that the question is settled. However, certain 
facts and conclusions have emerged from the dis- 
cussion, and may be here shortly stated. 

It is established beyond doubt that the Cotton 
Metra are based directly on the corresponding prose 
version found in B, without further reference to the 
Latin original. They reproduce in metrical dress the 
prose version, omitting little, and adding few thoughts 
of any importance ; and they seem to have been 
composed by rearranging the words of the prose 
version, and inserting poetical commonplaces or 'tags,' 
to bring the lines into an alliterating form, much as a 
schoolboy might use a Gradus in making Latin verses. 



AUTHORSHIP AND DATE OF THE WORK XXXiX 

It has been remarked that certain of the Latin 
Metra are translated in B, but omitted in C (Metra 
i. 6, ii. 2, iv. 7), and that it is precisely these Metra 
that in B lack the formulae which generally introduce 
and dismiss a metnim. This fact is used as an 
argument against the King's authorship of the Cotton 
Metra. But, on the other hand, it is pointed out that 
the prose version of Metr. i. 7 has also no formulae, 
but is nevertheless versiBcd in C. 

Leicht, who has investigated the question most 
thoroughly, shows that none of the usual ailments 
against the King's authorship amount to proof, 
whether those of an a priori nature, or those drawn 
from certain discrepancies observed in the corre- 
spondence between the B and C versions of the Metra. 
He himself, however, after carefully comparing one 
version with the other, finds that the alliterating Metra 
of C ' offer nothing fresh, such as we should expect of 
Alfred, but only a weak dilution of the terse and 
vigorous prose'; and accordingly he decides against 
the King's authorship. The consensus of critical 
opinion seems to be against Alfred's authorship of 
the prose and metrical prefaces, on the authority of 
which the authorship of the Cotton Metra is often 
ascribed to him ; but nothing has been clearly proved 
one way or the other. The prose preface which is found 
in both B and C closely resembles certain passages 
in Alfred's preface to his translation of Gregory's 
Cura Pasloralis. It clearly states that King Alfred 
* translated this book from. Latin into English prose, 
aiid afterwards into verse [leo3e).' The metrical 
preface makes the same assertion in more words. 

Leicht shows that the prose preface could not have 



INTRODUCTION 



been prefixed to the original version containing the 
prose translation of the Metra, but must have accom- 
panied C only, or its archetype, and was afterwards 
added to later copies of the first edition, such as B. 
The Cotton Metra have been compared with the 
verses in the preface to Alfred's Cura Pastoralis, 
which Dr. H. Sweet in his edition of the latter work 
with some justice styles 'doggerel,' but they seem 
to stand on a rather higher level than these latter. 
They share certain characteristics \\'ith the West 
Saxon verse of the tenth century, and clearly belong 
to a period when the rules of Old English prosody, 
observed so carefully in the golden age of CynewuU 
and in the Beowulf, were neglected, and perhaps 
almost forgotten. Thus the laws of alliteration of 
the classic poetry are often transgressed. Provided 
he has one or two words in the first half line allite- 
rating with one in the second, or vice Vc-rsa, the 
versifier does not much care what words bear the 
stress, while proclitics arc at times divorced from 
their main words in a most inelegant manner. 

In conclusion we may say that it lies with the oppo- 
nents of the King's authorship of the Cotton Metra to 
prove their case, and this they have not done. An 
investigation of the language of these Metra may, 
however, throw some further light on the question. 
The King, we are told by Asser, was fond of the 
poetry of his native land, and learned much of it by 
heart, and we can well believe that he would please 
both himself and his people by adding a metrical 
version. His hearers, for readers were few in those 
days, would find even a rude rhythm more impressive 
and more easily remembered than the terser prosCj. 



REFERENCES xli 

and Alfred himself might perhaps, as an unpoetical, 
practical West Saxon, have regarded these Metra 
with considerable satisfaction. On the other hand, 
he may perhaps have commissioned some skilled 
Uod'o^hta, possibly a Kentish clerk, to undertake 
the versification, and the latter's version when in- 
corporated into Alfred's prose may conceivably have 
passed from the first under the name of the King ^ 

As regards the date when Alfred translated the De 
Consolatione no certain conclusion is possible. Critics 
vary greatly in their chronological arrangement of the 
King's literary works, arguing chiefly from a priori 
grounds, unfortunately almost the only grounds avail- 
able, Wiilker's view, that Alfred translated Boethius' 
treatise after the Handboc, the Cura Pasloralis, and 
the Orosius, about the year 897, seems reasonable, 
as our work does not look like the production of 
a novice in composition, bi^t bears the stamp of 
a mature mind wielding the language with the ease 
that could only come from practice. 



The references to B are given here in order not to 
further burden the mai^in of the text. Page and line 
of this edition are printed opposite each folio number. 



7a = 12. 30 


8^= 15. r6 


10a = 17. 31 


75= 13- 24 


9a = 16. 14 


I0b= 18.26 


8<r=i4.i8 


9^=17. 7 


na= 19. iO 



' Profenoi E. Sierert, in BtUriigt (Psnl and Bianne), i. 197 natt, 
declun nguDst Alfred's aathorihip of these Metia, itid says thiC be 
believa Ibeji were originally vnilten in the Kentish dialect by a Kentisb- 
dUlD, and bated on a Kectiih version of tbe prose (eit. Our MSS., B 
and C, according to Prof. Sievers, represent this Kentish teit partially 
i«.«oaveited into W. Suod. 







■■ 


■ 


n 


11J=20 ,S 


32* = 53- 'o 


63* = 


ssM 


12d = 2I 


10 


33a = 54- 2 


64d = 


86. W 


ia* = 2a 


8 


33i = 54. 17 


64* = 


86. 28 


Wfl = 23 


2 


Sia = 55. 22 


56a = 


87-23 


18i= J3 


!>7 


34i = 56. 17 


65* = 


88. 17 


14J = 24 




asa = 57. 10 


58fl = 


89. 10 


14i( = as 


15 


35^ = 58. I 


66* = 


90- 3 


16fl = 26 


7 


39a = 58. 27 


67fl = 


90. 30 


15i=26 


31 


36* = 59. 24 


57* = 


91. 24 


Ifld = 27 


»3 


37u = 60. 15 


68a = 


92. 21 


16^= 28 




37A = 6i. 10 


68* = 


93. 16 


17a = 19 


•5 


38d = 62. II 


59<7 = 


94. 10 


17i = 30 


11 


38A = ()3. 4 


59* = 


95- 4 


18a = 31 


5 


39<» = 63. 30 


60.7 = 


95- 27 


18»=3I 


3' 


39^ = 64. 24 


60* = 


96. 19 


19a = 32 


23 


40a = 65. 16 


eifl = 


97. 13 


18« = 33 


•7 


40* = 66. 12 


61* = 


98. 6 


aoo = 34 


S 


41a = 67. 3 


62(1 = 


98.31 


aoj = 35 




41<4 = 67. 26 


62* = 


99. 26 


31a = 35 


26 


42u = 68. i5 


«3.i = 


100. 21 


aij = 36 


20 


42* = 69. 10 


63* = 


101. 16 


aaa = 37 


12 


43a = 70. 1 


64<; = 


lOZ. 12 


aaj = 38 


3 


43* = 70, 34 


84* = 


103- 5 


aaa = 38 


28 


44a = 71. I., 


65,7 = 


103. 29 


aaj=3s 


18 


44* =72- '5 


66* = 


104. 25 


a4a = 40 


9 


45a = 73, 8 


680 = 


105. 18 


S4» = 4i 


6 


48* =73. 32 


66* = 


106. 15 


aBa = 4i 


28 


4ea = 74. 24 


67a = 


107. 6 


asi = 42 


25 


46i= 75. 18 


67* = 


108. 3 


3ea = 43 


18 


47a = 76. 5 


68a = 


108. 30 


ae<> = 44 


10 


47* = 76- 27 


68* = 


109. 25 


a7a = 4S 


3 


48a = 77. 17 


69(1 = 


110. 19 


a7i = 45 


27 


49* = 78. 10 


69* = 


in. 8 


2Sa = 46 


18 


4ea = 79. 2 


70a = 


112. a 


as* = 47 


7 


40*= 79- 23 


70* = 


112. 26 


asa = 48 


4 


50(1 = 80. 9 


71a = 


1 13. 22 


aBi = 48 


27 


60* = 80. 32 


71* = 


114. 14 


80a = 49 


19 


61fl = 8r. 19 


72a = 


115. 8 


30* = 50 


7 


61* =82. 7 


72* = 


n6. 4 


31a = 50 


28 


eSa = 82. 30 


73a = 


I 16. 26 


31* =51 


33 


52* = 83. 24 


73* = 


117, 17 


aaa = 62 


16 


6311 = 84. 16 


74(2 = 


"8.n 1 


^^^Hi 


MBi 


m 


M 



REFERENCES 



74i = 119 


4 815= 129. 24 


88a = 139 


76fl = 119 


27 82a= 130.18 


88*= 140 


78*= 120 


18 82*= 131. 13 


80a=i4t 


iea= 121 


11 83a=i32. 6 


89*= 142 


76^=12! 


4 83*= 132. 29 


90a = 142 


77a = 122 


30 84a = 133. 21 


90* = 143 


77i= 123 


21 84* =134. 13 


91a = 144 


78*1=124 


12 86a =135. 7 


91* = 145 


78^=125 


7 86*= 135. 30 


92a = 146 


784 = 125 


31 8617= 136. 19 


92* = 146 


19i= 126 


21 86*= 137. 10 


eSa = 147 


80fl=i27 


14 e7a=i38. 6 


93* = 148 


80^ = 128 


5 87*= 138. 30 


e4a=i49 


81a = 128 


31 






ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS 



On p. 31, 1. 16, read dierran bonne. MSS. omit ^D»nt. 

On p. Rg, 1. 21, tile em. Sff/ffrn^i was Bnggested by E. ThomsoD; tec 
Fox, p. 358, n. 44. 

On p. 94, 1. 7, B has ealli gtsua/le 7 ealU -aiukta ; 1. aa, B hu u 
vrili with tV emsefl. 

On p. 190, n. 3, for wyrst read vyl;st. 

MeCr. xxix, I. 7, read fyrtne ru rial; C om. n; ; I. S, read miman tai 
C's ntoiina, as Leicht EUggeslB {Anglia, vi. 151). 

GijJssARV.— Diminish by one each lioe-nnmber of p, 91 aadof p, 111 
after L II. 

Several references to p. c,o are a line out. 

s.v, abedeciait. for 71. la rend 71. 17. 

i.v. aseierpan, the //. ascerped, p. 47, 1. 17, had better pcrii*pt be 
taken ns connected with sceorf, and '^Equipped, prepared; the Latin hat 
luceinelam. 

S.V. dslieran, dele ailyrisl and aslyroit which belong to dslyrian. 

i.v. ddm, add damn dug 110. 31. 

i.v. dysib'c. dele 41. 10. 

s.v. /ar,iai aif-fcl} icaA molinii. 

1. V. forbiigan, dele frcvtnl, 

t.V, gi/r-!fan, adA ff. (jq^'rewod ja. a7. 

j.ii. Iitoile, for HJ read usual. 

For locian read IScian, and for Iticudt 1 1 . I read lixiide I [. I ■ 

J.l'. gtmyiidmierte, supply ' ivarlhy of miction' 

I.v. sSslr^am, for stamati read icalcr of On sea. 



PROEM 



-M- 



^^LFRED KUNING wees wealhsiod disse bee, 7 hie of 
^i€sdene'^ an englisc wende, swa hio nu is gedon. Hwilum 
^ sette ivord be worde, hwilum andgit of andgiie, swa swa he 
^' Jfa sweotolost 7 andgitfullicast gereccan mihte for pam 
^istlicU ' 7 manigfealdum weoruldbisgum ' pe hine oft (Bgder 5 
ie on mode ge on lichoman bisgodan. -Da bisgu us sint 
f^Pe earfoprime^ pe on his dagum on pa ricu becoman pe 
^ underfangen hafde, 7 peah da pas boc hcefde^ geleornode 
7 of ladene to engliscu spelle gewende^ 7 geworhie* hi eft 
to Udde^^ swa swa heo nu gedon is; 7 nu bit 7 for Godes 10 
^Uiman he halsoB"^ celcne para pe pas boc radan lyste, p he 
for hine gebidde, 7 him ne wite gif he hit rihtlicor ongite 
htne he mihte ^ ; forpampe ale mon seeal be his andgites 
««J^ -J be his ctmettan spreean p he sprecd, 7 don p piet 
he dej,. 15 

* So alto J, where the first vowel is apparently e tamed into 0. 
^licum J. * So J, wordu 7 bisgum B. * earfo6rimu J. 

«a. hafe B. • Pa geworhte he hi e/ter to leo6e J. '' heaisaO J. 

^tahte J. 



I 



B 



HEADINGS OF CHAPTERS 



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/. ^rest hu Gotan gewunnon Romana rice^ 7 hu Boetius 
hi wolde e/f^ bercedan, 7 ^eodric pa p anfunde^ 7 hint het on 
care erne gebrtngan, 

II. Hu Boetius on pam carcerne his sar seofiende wees, 

II L Hu se Wisdom com to Boetie ceres t inne on pa carcerne^ 5 
7 hine ongan frefrian, 

IV. Hu Boetius hine singende gebced, 7 his earfodu to Gode 
mcende. 

V. Hu se Wisdom hine eft rete 7 rihte mid his andsworum. 

VI. Hu he him rehte bispell bi pcere sunnan 7 bi odrum 10 
tunglum 7 be wolcnum, 

VII. Hu se Wisdom scede pa Mode p him naht swiSor nare 
Ponne hit forloren hce/de pa woruldscetda pe hit cer to gewunod 
hce/de ; 7 scede him bispell hu he hit macian sceolde gif he 
heora pegen beon sceolde ; 7 be pees scipes segele, 7 hu his 15 
godena weorca ealra wolde her on worulde habban lean. 

VIII. Hup Mod andsworede peer e Gesceadwisnesse^ 7 scede 
P hit hit CBghwonan ongeate scyldig ; eac scede p hit wcere 
ofseten mid dees tapes sare, p hit ne mihie him geandsworian, 

pa cwced se Wisdom : p is nu git pinre ^ unrihtwisnesse p du 30 
eart/ulneah/orpoht^; tele nu pa gescelpa wid pam sorgum. 

IX. ^a ongan se Wisdom eft secgan bispell be pcere sunnan^ 
hu heo oferliht ealle opre steoran^ 7 gepiostrap mid hire leohte ; 
7 huPone smyltan see pees windesyst. . . 

* eft above line. • pire B. • taufofoht B. 

B 2 



4 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPUIAE 

X. Hu Boetius sade hu stvytok ongilen hafdt p hit mil 
so3 w^rt pal se Wisdom tmdt ; 7 seo onorhnes, 7 /a stetSa 
Pe he ter wendt fiat gamlda lean sceoldan, nauhtas naran ; 
y hu 3e Wisdom sade p he ne mthlt gcreccan fi ht ungestelig 

j ware ; stzde p his atuor wtere Pa git fast on eorPan. 

XI. Hu seo Gesceadwisnes him andsworede 7 ntia^ p hte 
Wfnde pitl heo hine htv<Elhuiegnunges Up aha/en hcs/dc jfulmah 
gehroht <Bt pam ilcan weorpscipe ' pe he xr hafde ; 7 acsode 
hine hwa hafde lallp he wolde on pissc worulde ; sume habbaS 

10 lePelo 7 nabbap are. 

XII. Hu se Wisdom hine iicrde, gif he fast hus limbrian 
wolde, p he hit m sette up on pone hehslan cnoll. 

XIII. Hu se Wisdom sctde p hie meahtan ' ffa smealicor 
sprrcan, forpampt seo hr hwalhwegnunges eode oa his 

15 andgit. 

XIV. Hu P Mod ewaS hwi him ne • sceolde tician fagtr 
land; 7 hu se Wisdom aksode hwat him belupt to kira 

f<£gerntsse. 

XV. Hu seo Gesceadwisnes sade hu gestrlig seo /or me 
to eld was. 

X VI. Hu se Wisdom sttde p hi hi woldon ahebban for 
jiam anweaid oS 3one heo/en : 7 le Deodriies anwealde* 7 
Nerimes. 

XVII. Hu p Mod sade p him ntsfre seo mtegp 7 see 
15 gitsutig forwet m licode, buton to tape he tilade. 

XVIII, XIX, Be hlisan. Be hlisan. 

XX. Be pare wiSerweardan wyrde, 7 be Pare orsorgM 

XXI. Be Pas almihligan Godes anwealde: hu ht \ 
eallu his gescea/lu. 

30 XXII. Hu se Wisdom 7 seo Gesceadwisnes hte/don p 

Mod arel agper ge mid smealicre sprace ge mid vynsumam 

sange. 

XXIII. Hu se Wisdom larde pone Pe he wolde wastmbare 

land sawan,p he atuhge of wrest pa pomas, jpafyrsas, y Pa 
35 unnytlan weod ; 7 hu ht sxde gif lava bileres hives onberedt. 

p him Puhte beobrcad pi swelre. 



'dl 



' tut^cipt B. ' em. mtatlan 0. 



wuvWu. , 



DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 5 

XXIV. Hu menn willnidS purh ' ungelict gearnunga cuman 
to anre eadtgnesse, 

XX V. Hu God welt ealra gesceafia mid pam hridlu his 
anmealdeSy 7 hu cbIc gesceaft wr^dS wid hire gecyndes, 7 
wilndSp hit cume pider donan pe hit mr com, 5 

XX VL Hu se Wisdom scede p mm mihton he Gode swelce 
hi mate ; 7 hwcBper se wela mihte pone mon gedon swa iveline 
p he mar an ne porfte ; 7 htvceper Boetie eall his woruld licode 
pa he gescBlgost wces\ 

XXVII, Hu se weordscipe mag gedon tu^ ding: done 10 
dysegan pam odru dysegU weorpne ; y hu Nonius wcbs for- 
cweden for pam gyldenan scridwcRne ; 7 hu (Bices monnes 
yfel bid py openre gif he amvald hce/d*, 

XX VIII, Be Nerone dam casere. 

XXIX, Hwcsder^ pcBS cyninges neawest 7 his freondscipe 15 
mcBge cenigne mon weligne 7 waldendne gedon; 7 hu pa 
odre friend cumaB mid pa welan^ 7 eft mid pam welan. 
gewitdd, 

XXX, Hu se scop sang p ma manna fxgnodon dysiges 
folces gedwolan ponne hie fcegnedon ^opra spella, p is p hi 20 

wendon his beteran ponne he wcere ; ponne fcBgniad hi pees 
Pe hi sceamian sceolde. 

XXXI, Hu se sceal fela nearanessa gepolian pe pas 
lichoman lustas forlcetan nele^ ; 7 hu mon mcBg dy ilcan 
weorce cwepan p netenu send gescBlige, gif man cwid p pa 2^ 
men sen gescBlige pa heora lichoman lustum fulgad"^, 

XXXII, Hu pes anwearda wela nurd pa men pe beop 
atihte to pa sodum gesceldum ; 7 hu se wisdom is an anlipe 
crcBft ■ pcBre sawle^ 7 is peah betera donne ealle pcBS lichoman 
crce/tas ; 7 peah hwa gegaderie ealle pas andweardan god, 30 
Ponne ne mcBg he no pe rador beon swa welig swa he wolde, 
ne he eft him ncefd p pcet he cer wende. 

XXXIII, Hu se Wisdom hcefde getceht pa Mode pa anlic- 
nessa para sodena salpa; wolde hi pa selfe getcecan, 7 be 
bam fif gesceldum^ : p is wela 7 anweald^^ 7 weordscipe 7 35 

foremames 7 luilla. 

' P&h B. * wets above line in B. ' fiS^ B. * em. ka/Ji, 

» em. BwCerB. • scSith. "> /yftgaZK « em. crafB, 

* em. gesaOum B. *® em. andweald 6. 



S DE COKSOt^nOXE PHlLOSOPmAE 

XXXJV. ffm M m^>^ h^4t gtrtkl kuai p hthtU gf^ 
Wxt ; nfMf Um fia g t r v e ta* im^ Jkl wmi, 7 Au of Pcm 
mjKtiam g»dr tmmti' ^ Imtimt. 

XXXV. BrnttrntArnktrA^ »r>dp kit sohXemitinan 
k V km p kH or ymttOtm kit mAIt. 7 /trbtt tm»yl!e ymbkegan 
Txa he tmiiati mtktf ; 7 km God vr^ *^ra getceafla 7 eaUra 
gtda miJ /j ittorm^rt ku gvA^sit. 

XXXVf. H* P Mfd utit H WttJimu P kit e^mlt p him 
Gad rtakU park kim Jitl p kt rtkk ; 7 Jhrkay If goda God 
)*Ar/t temig y/tl 6tam ; 7 km i*» GanmAei*ma iieJ P Mod P 
kit tale am kirt tt riJ m rm t, j kim tmtdt ktom kis iadUaw; 
7 ku iuv $ade p tu* }u^ wartm, mi^m 7 amsttaJd ; gi/ favam 
Para amprti tvana mm, P knra mr miktt maSer bidtm oprtm 
luuiktdm. 
■ f XXXVII. B* Pom rftrmadam ricaa 7 wryklwisan, 7 tm 
mim kthp /tme kta/oJUak tit Jxrs anrtetgti aide, 7 km mom 
ift-ddt aUm imon haSam be p<im deort pt k^ grli<osl uxrrt, 

XXXVI 1 1. Bt Troia gtwiitmf ; ku Eulixti u eym'i^ 
tur/dt * Iwa 9eeda rnndtr Pam caiire. 7 ku hit pigmai -wurian 
to /or sua ff If to wUdtoru. 

XXXIX- Bt ryktre' fioungi 7 bt umrihlre. 7 it tyhium 
tadlianr, 7 hu mii/Iicu witu * 7 manigfeatd iarJoSu * off cuimai 
InPam gi-ilu rwti hi to pam yftlu tetotdam ; 7 bt ptertfordto- 
hunga Godrt 7 bt part uyrdt. 
1% XL. Hu trh wyrd btoS god, tarn keo mannu god pmit, 
lam hfo him y/tl pinu. 

XI.I. Hu Omerus se goda setop htride pa a 
pd/rtoJomt. 

XI. 11. Ittt vit tctoJdan callon mtegnt spyriam afieriA 
JO ale It his andgitis mtrPi. 

' hJf B. ' 

tarfatum B. 



OIV dcere tide Be Gotan of Sciddiu mcegde wid Rotnana rice 

grvuin up aho/on, 7 mid^ heora cyningii, Radgota 7 EaUerica 

tvaron haine, Romane burig ahracon, 7 eall Italia rice p is 

btiwux pam munta 7 Sicilia pam ealonde in anwald'^ gerehton, 

5 7 pa CBfter pa foresprecenan cyningu peodric feng to pam ilcan 

rice, Se £>eodric wees Amulinga ; he was cristcn, peak he on 

Pa arrianiscan gedwolan purhwunode. He gehet Romanti his 

freondscipty swap hi mosian heora ealdrihta ivyrde beon, Ac 

he pa gehat swi(fe y/ele gelcEste ', 7 swide wrade geendode mia 

10 manegii mane, p wces to eacan odrii unarimedH yfliL p he * 

Johannes pone papan het ofslean. pa wi£s sum consul, P wt 

heretoha hata$y Boetius wces gehaten ^ ; se was in boccrcBftu. 7 

(m woruldpeawum se rihtwisesta. Se pa ongeat pa manig- 

fealdan yfel pe se cyning Deodric wid pa cristenandome 7 wi5 

15/5 romam'scu witum dyde. He pa gemunde para ednessa 7 
Para ealdrihta pe hi under pa caserU hcefdon heora ealdhlafordu, 
pa ofigan he smeagan 7 leornigan on him selfu hu he p rice pa 
unrihiwisan cyninge aferran mihte, 7 on ryhtgeleaffulra 7 on 
rihtwisra anwealde • gebringan, Sende pa digellice "^ arend- 

30 gewrtlu to pa kasere to Constentinopolim, peer is Creca heahburg 
7 heora cynestoly forpa se kasere wces heora ealdhlafordcynnes ; 
badon him pCBi he him to heora crisiendome 7 to heora ealdrihta 
gefulhtmede. pa p ongeat se wcelhreowa cyning deodric, pa 
hit he hme * gebringan * on carcerne 7 pcsrinne belucan. pa * 4a 1^- 

>5 ha ta gehmp p se arwyrda wces on swa micelre nearanesse 

• Cott. Metr. i. 
' cm. milb B. * anwaiB, ' em. gelast B. * he above line B. 
*'%aUm B. • anwealih. ^ digelice B. ' gebingan B. 




8 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [I 

becom, pa was he swa nude swi3or on his mode gedre/td swa 
it's mad or swiSor to pa imruldsalpu geamnod Was ; j ht pa 
nanre frofre btmnan pa carceme we gemunde ; ac he gt/eell 
niwol ofdune on pa fior, 7 hine aslrehte swtSt unrot, 7 armed 
hint selfne ongan wepan 7 pus singtnd cwaB : 5 

II •. 
SA lioS pe ic wrteca geo luslbarliee song ic steal nu heofiende 
singan, j mid swipe^ ungiradU wordU gcsetlan. Peak ic geo 
hwiia gecopUce funde ; ac ic nu wepende 7 gisciende ofgeradra 
worda misfo. Me ablendan pas ungelreowan woruldsarlpa, 7 
me pa/orieian swa bUndne on pis dimme holy me* Pa berea/odm w 
aUtre lusibarnesse pa da ic hi a/re belst Iruwode ; pa wendem 
hi me heora bac to, y me mid ealU from gewilan. To hwoK 
seeoldan la mine friend seggan p ic gesalig man ware f Hu 
mag se beon gesalig se pe on PS gesalpH purhwunian * He molf 

III*». 
§ i. pA ic pa pis le63, ewa3 Boetius, geomriende asw^m ■! 
hafde, pa com par gan in to me heofencund Wisdom, 7 fi mm 
mumende mod mid his wordQ gegrttU, 7 pus cvmeS : Hu ne 
cart 3u se mon pe on minre scale ware afed* y gelared f Ac 
hvonon wurde pu mid pissH woruldsorgH pus swiSe getweitefdf 
buton ic watp Pu hafsl para wapna to hraie forgiten pe ic pt ta 
ar sealdt. Sa clipede ' se Wisdom 7 cwccd : GatnlaP mi 
awirgede woruldsorga 0/ mines pegenes mode, forpi ge smd p* 
• 4b B. maslan sceaPan, * Lalap him eft hweorfan le minS larA, 
Ba code se Wisdd near, avaS Boetius, minu kreowHmA 
gepohte, y hit swa niowul* f/o hwcclhwega'' up ararde; aAigit ij 
pa mines' modes eagan, y hit f ran bHPu* wordU kme^ir M 
oncneowe his fostermodor ' ". Mid pa Pe da P Mod wi9 kit " 

* Boeth. i, met. 1. ' Carmina qui qaondam,' Sec. Cott. Meb, li. 

'' Bocth. i. pr. 1. ' liaec dum niecam,' &c. 

■ em. .ran B., * j me ab. I. ' txa, puhwuman B. ' ^«W J. 
' deapodt J, • From J, nimiioul B, writlcn over nitiiol!. ' kwml- 
kwugu J. * From J, miiuiut B. ' fragn lifu J. " fasttr- 

medor J. " hit from J, om. 11. 



in. §4] ^E CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE g 

bewendfy f>a gecneow hit swiSe sweotele his agm'^ modor ; 
P was se Wisdom de hit lange cer tyde 7 larde, Ac hit ongeat 
his tare swide totorenne * 7 swife tobrocene ' mid dysigra hondQ, 
7 hine pa fran*^ hu p gewurde, £)a andwyrde^ se Wisdom hi 
5 7 sadeP his gingran hafdon hine swa totorenne, peer peer hi 
teohhodon p hi hine eallne habban sceoldon ; ac hi gegaderiad 
monifeald^ dysig on dcere fortruwunga 7 on pa gilpe, butan 
hear a hwelc eft to hyre"^ bote gecirre, 

§ ii ^, £)a ongan se Wisdom hreowsianfor pees Modes tyder- 

10 msse, 7 ongan pa giddian ypus cwceS: Eala on hu grundleasum 
seddeP mod drigd,pdn hit bestyrmad pisse worulde ungepwcBr- 
nessa K Gif hit pon forget his ahgen • leoht, p is ece gefea^ 7 
dringd on pa f redan pistro^ p sind woruldsorga^ swa swa 3is 
Mod nu ded, nu hit nauht elles nat butan gnornunga. 

15 § iii. pa se Wisdo pa 7 seo Gesceadwisnes pis led! asungen 
hoefdo^ pa ongan he eft sprecan 7 cwced to pan Mode : Ic geseo 
p pe is nufrofres mare Pearf Pon unrotnesse, 

§ iv. Forpa gifPupe ofsceamian ^^ wilt pines gedwolan^pdn 
onginne ic pe sona beran 7 bringe mid me to heofonu, pa 

ao andsworode him p unrote Mod 7 cwced: Hwcet la hwcet, sint 

pis *nu Pa god^^ 7 Pa edlean pe pu ealne weg gehete pa monnH * 5a K. 
pe pe heorsumian woldan ? Is pis nu se cwide pe pu me geo 
sctdestp se wisa Plato cwcede^p wasp nan anweald ncere riht 
huian rihtu Peavm ? Gesihst pu nup pa rihtwisan sint lade 7 

%l fwrPrycte^ forpa hi pinii willan woldan fulgdn, y pa unryht- 
wisan seandan ^' up ahafene purh heora won dceda ypurh heora 
sdfiici? p hidy ed mcegen heora unriht gewill fordbringan hi 
sind mid gifu 7 mid gestreonu " gefyrSrode, For pa ic nu wille 
geamike to Gode cleopian. Ongan da giddien^ 7 pus singende 

y^cwai: 

■ BoeHu L met a. ' Hen, qnam praecipiti/ &c Cott. Metr. iii. 

* tlgmej. ■ toU^rene J. * 7 s. t, ab. 1. B, tohrogdene J, * fragn J. 

• jmgfrd$ B, • em. monifeal B. ' rihtre J. • em. un- 

oMmtttttM B. * So B. ><» omuamian J. » good J. 
" timdm J. " gestrodum J. 



DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHISE 



EALA /« sdppatd heo/ona 
ittUricsail./'u //e on hncdu /i£i 
7 /a lunglu Pu gedfsl J>e grhyri 
heo mid hfare btorhtan scima 
sivearlan nihic. Svfa Hc3 tac ; 



jteorpan, fiu pe on l>3 /tas 
clatP<m< htofon ymbhweor/eO, 
ume. y Pa sumian Pu geJeiffi 
I pa peosiro adwascB. part 
mid his blacan ItokU \ 



P Pa ixorhlati steorran dunniaS on pa heo/one, gt tac hutilun 
Pa suniuin kfore leohtts litrta/aP. ponnt hi betwux us 7 kert 
uyrS ; ge tac huulH pone bcorlilan sUiMran- Pt we halaS 
morgensleorra. Pone ikan we hilaZ oSre naman (e/ensleorra*, 
pu /f Sam winterdagH seleil scorU lida 7 pa;s sumtres dahii n 
langran ; pa pi Pa Irtmau * purh pone tlearcan wind HvrPan 
7 eastan on k<rr/fslltd heora Ita/a bereafast, 7 tfl on lemttn 
opru leaf scllesl purh pom smjilan fudanweslrntan mtnd. 
• jli B. Hw<ct, pt • ealle gesceafia heonumiaS, 7 pa gtielntssa hiara 
behoda healdaH, bulan men ami,- se pe o/erhearS. Bala Pu\% 
aimikliga scippend 7 rihimd eallra gesceqfia, htlp nu Pm6 
earmtim moneynm. Hwy pu la Drihlen tefre woldttt fi m 
wyrd nva fnvyrfan sceolde? heo Pr fat Pa uttscildigan 7 nauHt 
ne dreap pam scildigH. SiHa3 man/ullc on heahsetlu, 7 hal^ 
under heora fotu prycad ; itidaS ge/ffdde beorhle ' era/las, J n 
Pa unriMwisan lalaSpa n'klwisatt. Nauhl ne deregad tMmA 
mam apas, ne p lease lol pe buoS mid pa wrencu btvorigem*. 



Forpa went nufulneah tall n. 
swa huieor/an mot on yfelra ww 
stiran. Eata min Drihlen, Pu 
kawa nu mildeliee* on Pat carman 
/iirpd hit nu tail win3 onpaydun 



n twtonimga, gif seo wyrJ 
na gnt'ill, 7 /w heorc ntt 
t ealle gatta/ia ofertiAa^t^ 
orPan, 7 eac on tail n 

bisse worulde. 



\ \. pA p Mod pa pHlie sar ewrSende wtFs, 7 pis /«? iSh 
gende was. se Wisdom pa j seo Gesceadzcisius liim hl^um 




V. § i] DE CONSOLA TIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 1 1 

eahum on locodon} ; j he for pCEs Modes geomerunge^ ncEs 
nauht gedre/edf ac cwced to J>d Mode : Sona swa ic pe ccresi 
on pisse unroinesse geseah pus murciende ' tc ongeatp Pu wcere 
ut afar en * of pines feeder edekyp is for ^ minum larum. par 
5 du him fore of^ pa pu ^ pine fcrsircpdnesse ' forleie^ 7 wendesi 
p seo weord^ pas woruld wende heore agenes donees buion 
Godes gepeahte 7 his Pafunge ^° 7 monna gcwyrhtu, Ic wisie '^ 
p pu ut afar en wcere^ ac ic nysste hufeor^ ar dupe self hit me 
gerehiest mid *pinti sarcwidu. Ac peah pu nu fyr seo^^ dan * 6a B. 

^o pu wcere , ne eart pu peah ealles of pa earde adrifen^ dcah pu 
pairon gedwolode, Ne gebrohte pe eac nan older man on pa 
gedwolan but an pe sylfum Purh pine agene gemcleste ". Ne 
sceolde pe eac nan man swelces to gelefan par pu gemunan 
woldest hwylcra gebyrda pu wcere 7 huylcra burgwara for 

15 worulde ; odde eft gastlice hwilces geferscipes pu ware on pinii 
mode, 7 on dinre " gesceadwisnesse ; p is p pu eart an para 
rihtwisena 7 para ryhtwillendra ; Pa beod pcere heofencundan — ' 
Jerusalem burgware. Of dcere nctfre nan, btita *' he self 
woldCf ne weard adrifen, p is of his godan willan " / wcere per 

30 he wcere, simle he hcefde pone mid him ; pan he done^"^ mid him 
hcefde, wcere peer he wcere y pan wcere '* he mid his agnU cynne 
7 mid his agni burgwarH on his agnu earde Pan he wees on 
Sara ryhtwisena gemanan. Swa hwa Pbn swa Pees wyrde bid 
phe on heora peowdome^^ beon mot, pon bid lie on dam hehstan^ 

^ifreodome, Ne onscunige ic no pees neopcran y pees *unclaBnan * Here be- 
stowe gif xzpe geradne ^^mete; ne me [«<z]** ne lyst mid glase g»"* ^ • 
\jge7jD0rht\ni waga ne ^ [A^ajhsetla mid golde [7] mid gimmu 
gerenodra, ne boca mid golde awritenra me swa swiSe ne lyst 
swa me lyst on \t rihtes\^illan. Ne sec^ ic no her ]>a bee, ac 

30 ^ Caet |>a becybrstent, Saet is, \pin\ gewit. SwiSe ri[^]te f)U 
8eofodes[/ /]a woon wyrd aeg)>er ge on ^[ra tt/ir]ihtwisra 

* iagum onlocude J. * geomrunga J. * murcmende J. 

* utadrifen J. ^ of]. "" tm.hofh. '' Pu from J, om. B. 

* tOk^fiUradtusseB, * siowyrd], ^^ getktfunf^a], ^^ wtsse B. 
^jSersuJ, *» giemelieste J. " From J, winne B, orig. Hinm B. 
" kmi^ y *• em. willa B. " em. Hon B. " was J. 
^ PeSwditiu » em. hehtan B. " w J. ^ ne om. B. 




12 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPUIAE [V. j i 

anwal<l[a] heanesse [ge on mjinre unweo[r^]nesse 7 for- 
se[u'M«i']sse ge on Jiara manrulra rorSforlxtnesse on &u 
weoniklspeda. Ac forjion |)e J« is swa ' micel unrotnes 
nu get* getenge ge of J)inuin irre ge of Jiinre gnornunga, ic 
^^ Jjenemaegnu'gielgeandwyrdaiiKrJwn t5aestiidwjrB; foitSon 5 
call f men unliidlice ongi'nS nsefS hit no lellEwne ende. 

$ ii f. porine Ssere sunnan scima on Aguftes * monSe 
hatost ScinS Sonne dysegaS se tSe J>onne wile hj^elc sed 
oSfsestan }Mem drygfl furum, Swa deS eac se 5e wintregum 
wederu[m] wile blostman [jfjcan. Ne meaht ))u win wringan w ' 

■ lb C. on \mide 'Jwinter, Jseah '\3e wtl fysk jvtarmes muslts. 

§ iii s. fia clipode se Wisdo']Ta 7 cwaeS : Mot ic nu cunnian 
[AJwon" }p\nie fa»trjed[nM]se, ^ ic ^nan ongistan nwge 
hwonon ic Jiin tilian scj'le 7 hu ? Da andwyrde f Mod 7 
cw^tS: Cunna s%'a })u wilJe, Da cwgeS seo Sc;adwisnes*: ij 
Gelefst Su' f sio wyrd weald* [AJsse womlde, [oJJSe ayht 
godes &\wa\ geweorSan m»ge [^/]an }wem wyrhtan*? Da 
andwyrde [^ Modjao\x^: Nc gelyfe* ic no f hit ge[Kwr/«i] 
meahle swa endebyrdlice, \jw l\o soKum ic wat tSaettc God" 
rihierc is his agenes weorces, 7 ic no ne weartS of Jjara soSan « 
gelea{_/fl») "- Da andwyrde se Wisdom eft 7 cwstS : Ymb f 
ilce ))U giddodest nu hwene kf 7 cwsede f aelc wuht from 
Code wissc his rihttiman 7 his rihtgeselnesse fuleode, butan 
men anum. FortiS ic wundrige swiSe ungeroetUce hmet ^ 
sy otSt^e hw'a:t ^u mxne nu }iu Sonc geleafan hxfst. Ac wit ij 
sculon ))eah gict dioplicor ymb t^set bion. Ic nat ful geare 
ymb hwKt J'u giet tweos/; gesige me, nu f>u cwist f Bu noht 
ne tweogc fic God [/(jssc worulrf? rihtwisige'*, hu h[« 

• J3 C./(ia]ne wolde ^ heo wEre. '[Sa andwyrdep Modj can^: 
t'iw'nAtJicmKgforstandan" ()ine afsww^a, 7 cwyst ))e[«il] J ic |0 
j)e andwyrdan scyle. Se Wisdom J)a cwseS; Wenatu j ic nyte 

' Boelh. i. met. G. ' Cum Phoebi radiis grsTc,' &c 

< Boeth. L ]ii. 6. ' Primam igilor paterisne me,' Ac 

' naife B. * gil om. B. ' augnstus R ' irm&w J. 

' lin^n B. < gtscaawisnes B. ' n« £^ >ii B. * xvyrhhim & 

* S'^'f'l* ^ ** ^'■'^ above line C. " gtua ocunn >t eod of line 

in C ; fan omitted. " rihUrt tie B, " The t >bov« line in C 



V. f 3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 13 

[J>one\ dem ' Jiinre gedrxfednesse )>c fu \mid'\ ymbfangen 
eart? ac ssge me \iv\eUti\ endes jelc angin wilnige. Da 
andwirde Sset Mod 7 cw^S: Ic hit' gemunde gio, 2c me 
hxVS ))ips gnornung Saere [ge]iaynAe benumen. Da cwkS 

J se Wisdofm] : Wast }ni hwonan aelc wuht cume P D[ii] and- 
wyrde f Mod 7 cweeS : le wat f »lc wuht from Gode com. 
Da cwatS se Wisdom : Hu m»g J>Eet bion, nu ))ii 5ae[/] angin 
wast, }>£t %u eac Sone ende nyte ; forS^em sio gedrefednes 
maeg $ mod' ^tulyrian*, ac hio hit ne maeg his gevjillrs ■ 
10 ^eafian. Ac ic wo)de Jwet Ipu me sxdest hwjejjcr Su wisse 
hw£et )'u self waere. Hit Jia andwyrde 7 cwseS: [/.; wa/"] f 
ic on libbendmn men 7 on gescead[a«']sum eom 7 J>eah on 
deadlicum. Da andwyrde se Wisdom 7 cwkS : Wastu 
[jwiW] o{)re3 bi f>e selfum to secganne buton f )m nu sjedest? 

15 DacwEeS f Mod: Nat ic nauht oSres. Da cwecS se Wisdom : 
Nu [j>] hjebbe ongiten {line onnodnesse, *[«« ?« k^/" nati * >' 
hvxEl pu self ear i,ac icwai hupin man lilian' sceal. Forpam 
Pu sadist f ^u wrEeccea wsere 7 berea[_/iii/] alces godes 
foitSon fu [«]stes hwaei [pu] wjere. pa )7U cyddest f Su 

10 nystes hwe[/i"]es endes ecIc angin wilnode, ]>^ 5u wen[rf]est 
Ssette stiorlease men 7 recelea[j]e wffiren gesEelie 7 wealdendas 
)>isse [ai]orulde ; 7 ' Saer Jiu cyddest ' eac f Jm nys[/]es mid 
hwelcere* gerece God wilt tSisse [i*]orulde, olSpe hu he wolde 
f hio waere, (^Ja Su ssdest f Su wende f )>ios sliSne [itijyrd 

'6 Sas worul(if)'* wende buton Godes ge[/]eahie, Eac f wbes 
swiVe mice) pleoh^ [?]u swa wenan sceoldes; naes hit no 
f ^° {£] )>" °" ungemetlicum ungesselSum wa;re, ac eac f ]>\i 
fulneah mid ealle forwurde. Donca nu Gode f he Se geful- 
tumade f ic jiin gewit mid ealle ne forlet. We habbaS nu 

IP giet ])onc maestan dx] Jijere lyndran Jjinie hxle, nu Su 
geliefsest f sio wyrd ];urli [A/]e selfe i«/an Godes gejieahte 
pOM [io]eonild wendan ne maege. Nu Su ne )>e[a]Tft ^e nauht 
ondnedan, forSeemf/je of tSxm lytlan spearcan ])e ))U mid 



' cyiJeitU 




14 DE COSSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE (V. 1 3 

Sxre tyndran gefenge lire; leoht )>e onlyhte '. Ac hit nis 
;n C. giet se tima * $ ic )ie SJualUor mage onbryrdan, for^pxxti hit 
[;]s ' lelces modes wis^ ^te \iona\ swa hit rorleei soScwidas, 
swa folga[^] hit leasspelliinga. Of Saem Sonne onginnaS 
weaxan ]>a mistas Se ^ mod gedrefaS, 7 mid eaUe fbrdwilm^ 1 
Ka soSan ge3lhSe swelce mistas swe[/]ce nu on |Hnum mode 

\sindon. Ac \ic\ hi sceal %rKSt gcjiinnian, ji ic sitSC[a»] C7 
eS mxge ^ e[ci^] leoht on )>e gebringan. 

yih 

{Loeanu ht pcert mnnan y eac he oBru lunglu ; />on sweartan 
wolcnu hitn btforan ga3 ru makim hi Pan htora leoht seiiai. •" 
Swa tac se suSerna wind hwilu mid' miclum storme gedrefe'B ^ 
-~ see fie ar uias smylle wedtre glinhlulru on to seonnt. Pan heo 
PSn sjva gemenged Tvyr3 mid San yPum, fion wyrS heo sw^ 
hraSe ungladu, Peah heo txr gladu ware on to locienne. Swal, 
eac se iroc*, peah he swi/e ' of his rihtryne. Son par muel tfan 'S 
weahviende of Pa heohan munte oninnan fealS 7 hint (odtiB 
7 ht his riklrynes wiSslenl. Swa doS nu Sa peostro pitirt 
gedrefedjiesse wiSslandan minu leohlu laro. Ac gifSu vribiigt 
on rihHt gtlcafan p sd3c leoht oncnawan, afyr fra pe SayfelaH 
sielpa 7 pa umtellan, 7 eac Sa unnel/an ungesatpa 7 poru yfian » 
egepisse worulde^ P is Pat pu Pe ne anhebbe on tfertn^io on 
pinre gesundfulnesse 7 on Sinre orsorgnesse, tu efi pe nt 
geortrywe nanes gcdes on nanre wiSerweardnesse. Fordam 
p mod siemU liiS gebunden mid gtdrefednesse, par pitta tw^a 
yfela au3er ' ricsaS) ij 

VII i. 

§ i. Da geswigode se Wisdom ane lytle hwile oS $ be 

ongcat J>3es Modes ingejioncas. Da he hi )j[a] ongietM 

hsei/rfc], ()a cwa;tS he; Gif ic [line unrotD[M« wt] riht 

> Boelh. i. met. 7. ' Nubibni atris,* &c. Cott Metr. v- 
' Bo«tb. ii. pi. I. 'Post haec paalisper opticuit,' &c 
' oiiUekle B. ' it conj. om. B. ' mid above line. * Some 
words appai. omitled here, vid. Metr. ^tm.siviOe'B. 'en. awteiB. 



Vn.|a] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 15 

ongieten hsebbe, {»nn[< nis J>e n]oh[/] ' switSor Jjonne Saet Ji 
))u (o[rlorm hafsl /]a woruldsffilSa fje J>u \<£r hafdesi, 7 
^wjmrast nu forSaem f)e hio [ojnhwyrfed is. Ic ongicte 
genoh sweot»Ie f ^ wonildsselSa mid swi% monigre swetnesse 
i swiSe lytelice olcccaS Jmedi modO Sa ' hie on last willaS swi- 
Jwst beswican; 7 fxjnne aet nihstan, ]x)nn[fAf] l3E«[/] wenatS', 
hi on ormodncsse * forlsCaS on ]:i£em msstan sare. Gif }m 
[»]u witan wilt hwonan hi • cumaSS, ))onne meaht f>u ongietan 
^ hi cumaS of woruldgidsunga. Gif J^u |]onne heora jieawas 

10 witan wilt, ))onne meaht J>u ongietan j hie ne beoS nana 
men getreowe*. Be ))Eem Jiu meaht ongietan Caet Jm {ijer '* 
nanc myrhtSe on nsefdest *\pa /a /« hie hafdtst, tu eft nam ' 4'' C, 
ne forlurt pd\ tSa fiu hi forlur[f. /rr wende fi ic Jie] geo 
gelaered hsefde [/ pu hi oncnav)a\n cuSe ', 7 ic wisse f [/« hi 

15 <nLrrtM«]dest 8a tSa ))u hi hxfdest, Seah fiu hiora bruce. Ic 
wisse ))iet Su mine cw[i'i/}as wiS hiora willan oft sedest, 
ac \ic\ wat $ nan gewftfna] ne m[isf] nanum men' bion 
onwend[^j$] f mod ne sj- fe sumQ [dalt onsfyred\. For- 
tfeem Jm [<]art eac [nw ofpinre j]tilnesse ahworfen. 

» § ii ^. Eala [Mod, hweel i/]wearp ]« on 5as* care 7 on 
Jias g[«o]rnunga? Wenst'" jju $ hit hwiet niwes sie ot>})e 
hwethwugu ungewuntlices^^ f fie" on becumen is, swelce 
ojTum mtmaJi xt f Uce ne eglede? Giffiu )>onne ivenst f hit 
OD ]>e gelong sie " [^] Sa worulds^elSa on Se swa onwenda 

■J lint, ^nne eart Bu on gedwcilan, ac swylce '* hiora )wa[«j]as 
sint ; hi beheoldon on Se hiora agen gecynd, 7 on hiora 
wandlunga hy gecySdon hiora unfjestraednesse ". Swylce 
hi wsron rihte tSa hi % maest geolectan" swilce hi nu sindon, 
))eah 6e hi 5e liolcen " on ]a leasan saelSa ". Nu tSu haefst " 

to ongiCen tSa wanclan '[/ruwa " Jiies blindan lusles. pa Iriowa * 5"^ C. 
^ Boeth. W. pr. I, 1. 14 P. ' Quid wt igitur, a homo,' ftc. 
' Mowi/ B. ■ /« B. ' wanaH B. • Bfermodnesse B. 

* A^ B. ' lU trtmtie B, for gttrteuv. ' cutest B. * n>a» B. 
' /« B. " Initead of Wffo* , . . ungrwislkes B baa only *iwt/ Ai«r«i 
tmgrwuntHcts. " uttgaviilices J. " Of from B, f; C. " si B. 
" In B tatlii follows sinl. " un above Ijoe C,)astrizdnejse B. 

* ftoUUa* B. " elKtan B. " /rata i2/0h B. ■* From B, 
4^ C. * f miiMi J. 




l6 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [VU. | » 

pe fie tm sindon opttu hi sindon gii mid manega uSrii beheiedt. 

Nu pu vsul kuitke fiiawas fia woruldsaWa iaida3 y hu hi 

hwearJiaS. Gif fiu pan heora fiegen beon will 7 Pe heortt 

fitawas licidS, to hwon mymsl pu swa noiSe? Hwi nt 

kwear/osl fiu\ eac m[td him f Gif fiu fiantu heora] untno[uw i 

onscunige, oftrkoga ' A'] fionne [7 adrif hifra fie\ \ hi * spanaS 

\Pe to fiinre undeare/e. Ba\ ilcan )« )« [gedydon nu fiat 

gnornunga] fortSEem Jie pu hi \ha/desl,fia ilcan fie~\ mcren on 

stilness[« gif fin hi na ne'\ underfengc. Da \iUan fie ha^^ 

nu keoljtA agnes Sonces \Jorlaten ', naUi dines\ Ba & ncfre w 

naii[fw mon bulon sor'\g^ ne forlsetaJS. [^^ywcJatS t>e nu swiSe 

diore' 7 swiSe le[o]fe Sa Sing 3& Se nawSer' ne sint ne 

getrrttif to habbanne, ne eac ieSe to forlEetanne ? ac Sonne 

hi hwsem fro hweorfende bioS he hi sceal mid Sxm nuesCan 

sare his modes forlEctan? Nu Su hi Sonne asfter J^numij 

'sbC. willan \)t getrewe haWun ne meaht, y hy fie willaS *\on 

point to the ''""''"'"'^''' g'fiTingan fion hie pe fram huxorfad, to kwam 

next iquate citmaS hi fion elles bulon lo lacnunge target y an/eaides tares? 

more than ^' iindon fia vooruldsalfia ana yrnb lo fiencenne fie mon fim 

halt is (tone hafS, ac ah gleaw mod beheall hwelcne '' ende hi habbad, 7 hit * 

^^h"reBt i'^'"''""^ agdrr ge 101? heora fireaunga ge VJuS oltcunga. Ae 

illegible. ^V^]l"^ viiiybeon Aeora fiegnj' pon[tte sceall fiu geornege^ottoM 

^<]hwjet IP/rs fie to heora fienungH] 7 to hiora [fieawS 7 to 

heora willan] belipet. Gif [/» fion wilnasl Ji\ hi for 

))intl Sin[^« ofire 3eawat~\ nimen oSer hiora \uiilla 7 heora *. 

getvuri]a. is, hu ne \in\weorfiatl fiu fion] tSe selfne, f Su \vn'n>3* 

wid fid A/a/jordscipe })e Ku [self gecure, 7 j«ifl]5eah ne" 

meahl hiora [jf^du 7 hio[rtf] gecynd. onwendan. Hw^et, )ju 

\wasl] gif )ju Jiines scipes segl ongean {lone wind tobrsdest, 

^ ]:>ii |x>nne IxlEeat eall cower fEereld to Sxs vrindes dome. S«a 9 

eac" gif )>u)je selfne to anwalde ])3em woruldsEelCum gesealdest 

• 6i C. hit is riht Jset )3U eac hiora J>eawu fulgonge. Wenst }>u *f 

Su ^ [Aww/iwi/r] hweol })onne [hit on] ryne [i^»r? fn^i\ 

' i^trhige J. ' fotHam hi B. ' Km.fiirletan B. * At* B. 

' naufl^r B. * From J, mumuga B, ' em. itoelne B. ' y<fl> 7 
AiBTn Aiem J. ' So J, wilt B, '° «< om. B. " geac B, 



Vn. Ij] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 17 

oncerran? Ne ini'A[//]u ))on ma )}ara wonildsslSa hwe[iir]- 
funga onwendan. 

§ iii'. Ic wolde nu giet tSaet wit ma' spracen emb' Ca 
woruldsEelSa. To hwaem ^lwil(^) tSu me ler J Jiu hi for 
5 minum?(»guforlure'? Hwi mure[«aJ/*]5u w/?m(n, swelccjm 
for niin[ii 3»yi^] sie 3ints agues [benumtn, agj>tr ge //>i]ra ' 
UJtlona ge [//bm vtorPscipes f teg/xr] )>ara Jie com [ar' from 
me ^a hi /it onlandr ' waron. Ute nu tellan btforan swilcum 
dtman nuilce J>u wille ; gif du getepan miht f lenig dtadUe 

10 man swtlca hwat agnn ahte, ic hit Pt (ft eal agife p pu 
gtrtccan mihl p Pints agnes tvare. Dyiine 7 ungelartdne' 
ic pe undtrfeng pa Pu isresl to motinS become, 7 pa pc gelydde 
7 gelarde, 7 pe pa snytiro on gebroh^le, J^ pu Pa woruId[are 
mid bfgealt,pc pu «u] Borg[«aA anforlele\ pu tneaht ):jea 

15 habban [Pane Pat pU] minra gifa wel bnic[f. Ne mihi] j;u no 
gereccan f jiu [^pines auht for]\uxs. Hwset siofast })u [wi3 
mef Habhe\ ic ^awerbenumen \\i\\\a gif ena Para' de from ',^*'5L 
me comon f jSU soP nteta 7] so^ weort)scip[« sindan] miiif 
' ["W]"^ Jwowas, 7 swa hw»r swa ic beo hie bioS mid me. 

10 Wile )mi for soti, gif f Jiine agne welan wsron J>e ])u masndest 
f J)U foriure, ne meahtes[/ Jni] hi na forleosan. Eala, [A]u 
yfele [me rfoJS mEenige weoruldm^ffw mid px [P ic ne mot 
wealdaa mi«]ra agenra J)ea[w'a. Se hcofen mot ^rejngan 
leohte \_dagai j eft P leoht mid\ J>eostrum \beheHan ; fi gear 

15 mot'] brengan blosl[ffjan 7 Py ilcan gear^ eft geniman ; \seo 
la mot brucaft\ smyllra yjia, [7 ealle gesciaftd\ motan hiora 
ge[uwKan 7 heora wiW^ bewiligan, \butan me anum]. Ic 
ana eom benu[m«< minra peawa j] eom getogen to [fremdu 
Peavm purh ^]a ungefylledan [gilsunge* woruldmgn\raL. 

30 purh Sa gid[rt(«^a hi me^° habbaS] benumen mines [naman 
^e ic mid~\ rihle habban sceolde. \pont naman ic] scolde 

' Boeth. ii. pr. a. ' Vellcm luiem pauca tecam,' ftc. 
' mt^t B. • ymU B. ' In H/orlure followi hi. * So J, 

mmrcas B. ' eta./ira B. ' From here to Qcxt squait bracket 

more than balf gone from Cott., rat illegible. ' cm. 

entttmle B, • Dyaigif 7 uiijaredne J. * gitsunga J. " mi 

eooject. om. 6. 




l8 DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [VII. | j 

mid rihtc hab[^iiff p ie wart v:ela\ 7 weorSscipe, ac hy \hiMt 
hahhad^ on me genumen, 7 hi \me Aiiia? ^^Jsealrfne ' hi(wa 
wlencQ \j getehhoi\ to heora leasQ welii, f ic 'ne mot \mid\ 
minum tSeo[rM<niJ niiri[r<7 /<]nunga f[«/^an]gan swa ealla 
0})r4 [^(-Jsceafta moton. Da mine fteowas si[«rfJon wisdomas ! 
7 crseflas 7 soSe welan ; mid {ixm ^owum w^es on s^bel 
min plega ; mid ))ffim J>eowu ic com ealne Jrone hefon ymb- 
hweorfende, 7 ^ niSemystan ic gebringe set ))aem hehstan, 
7 |>a hehstan xt Sxm niSemsestan; Sset is f ic gebringe 
eadmoflnessff] on heofonum, 7 Sa hefonlican god set Jnein », 
eaSraodO, Ac )>onne ic up gefere mid minum Jjcowfl [/o]ime 
forseo we fias stynnendan woruld swa se earn Sonne be up 
gew// bufan Sa wolcnu styrmendu wedrfl, P him /a stonnas 
derigan ne msegen*. Swa ic wolde, la \^Mod\. ■f ]>u J>e fore 
up lo us gif Jie lyste, on ))a gerad ' p'pue/l mid us )>a eoi&n •} 
secan wille for godra manna. \ea^e. Hu ne wastu mine 
f>eawas, hu geome ic symie wks >mbe godra manna )>earfe f 
Wast J'U hu ic gewand ymb Croeses ' ]>earfe Creca c>ninges, 
))a ))a bine Cirus Pana cyntng gefangen haefde 7 hine 
forbKiTia/f wolde? Da hine mon on f)iet fyr wearp ]ja alysde 10 
ic '\_hine mid htofonhcon rmi. (Ar pu de ft>Tlruwsu\AeA for 
Jiinre r[i'A/aj;'j]nesEe 7 \^fo^ Jiihum godan willan ; wendest 
fiKt (le nanwuht unrthtlices on becuman ne meahte, swelce 
{)u wolde ' l^a lean eal );inra godena weorca on ]»sse weoruld 
habban. Hu meabtest )>u sittan on middu gemasnQ rice i; 
f Su ne sceolde * ji ilce ge^iolian f oSre men P Hu meahtes 
Jju bion on midre Jjisse hwearfunga $ ' Su eac mid ne 
hwearfode'? Hwaet singatS Jja leoSwyrhtan otSres be tSsse 
woruld buton mislica hwearfunga [lisse worulde? Hwaet is 
}« Sonne ^ J)u Jisennid ne hwearfief HwEt recstu hu ge"V 
hwearfigen m^\z\sumk mid pe h€o\\ &w!es);ios hwefajrfiing* 
ic/nre forSEcm ^ 5e Sissa woruldsEelSa to wel ne lyste, 7 Jwet 
Su {)e eac betre na gelefde '. 

' gtheldtne R " mahan B. ' From B, geard C. ' C'»*jbj B. 
' widest B. * sieolJist B. ' 7/" '<" ■""' eartfoSe su eeftl nt 

gt/eldtsl li. * htDiatfuiig saipa le ml gifyslt. yp pu mc beUra nt 

gllt/dal W. na in text is from J. 



VUI] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 19 

$ iv ■". ^ah fw ' feohgiisere cume swa fela welena awa — 
]>ara sondcorna h\Z be ))isuin steclifum o^}>e ^ara steorrena 
Se )>iostru nihtum scinaS, ne forlxt he Jwah no Sa seofunga 
f he ne seofige his ermtSa. peah nu God gefylle ))ara weligra 

J monna willan *\ge mid golde gt mid uolfre gi mid ealiU ' 8' ^■ 
(fronyJrtSnessum, swaSeah [him ' ne bto3 se\ Burst gefylled 
hiora ^l[sunga, ae j]io grundlease sweigend hsefS [jKi<']5e 
mxnegu westu holu' on 10 gadrianne. Hwa mxg ))!em — 
wedendan gieisere geno[AJ forgi&n ? Swa him mon mare . 

10 selS, sva hine ma iyst. 

§ V n. Hu wilt ))u nu andwyrdan J>jem wonildsaelSu gif hi 
cweSaS'io t>e : Hwaet witst J>u, la Mod, us? Hwi yrsast 
Jai wiS us ? On hwaem abulgon we fie ? Hwffit, )« ongan 
lystan ure, nales us fiin ; pu setteat us on $ sell Sines sc[fo^]- 

15 pendes }» Su [ajilnodest to us fjses godes 8e Cu to hi[»i] 
sceoldes. pu cwist • Sset we bsebban {le beswicennr, ac we 
magan ncf})an ma |;aet fm hasbbe us be[«fi'«nr;], nu us Surh 
}rinB lust 7 ))ur[A /i«]e gilsunga' onscunian sceal ea[/rj 
f/]sceafta sceppend. Nu \pu lart scyldig'^% Jxjnne we, aegfier 

to[ge /or /linii i^]nfl iinrihtlustum ge eac forSsemJ>e we ne 
moton for Se Tulgan urea sceppendes willan; TorSsemSe he 
ure Se onlsende aefterhis bebodii to brucanne,*[na//af'//a« 'BbC- 
%inrihtgitsu>tga gcvoill to/i</]fremmanne. \Andv}yrde une nu\, 
cwseS se Wisdom, swa awa \\y \willt\ ; wit geanbidiatS )>inre 

i£ 4^ndswoTe\. 

VIII. 

Da cwkS f Mod : Ic me ongite \(Bghwo\axs>. s[0']ldigne, 

ac ic eom mid P'ss, laSes sare swa swiSe olSrycced JjEct [ic] 

inc geandwyrdan ne mxg. J)a cwaeiS se Wisdom eft : p is 

nu giet })inre unrihtwisnesse ^ %m eart fuhvtT^ for):>oh(. Ac 

30 ic nolde py\i^ forjiohie, ac ic wolde f dt sceamode nwlces 
gedwolan ; forSsm se sc Se hine forJ)encS se biS ormod, ac 



-Bo«h.i 
• Boeth.i 


i. meta. 'SI 
i.pr, 3. -His 


ijnantw mpidi: 
igilur,' &C. 


% flalibni incili 


' lam om. B. ■ em. hi B. 


' naUt]. 




ao DE CONSOLATiONE PHJLOSOPfilAE [VIU 

se se 5e hine sceamaS se biS on hreowsunga. Gif » |)u nu 
gcwBwan wilt ealra Sara arwjTSnessa ]ie Cu for jiisse weoruldf* 
ha/dcsi] siSSan 5u KresI [j^-ficrrti wizr^ c^] ^/>ar dag : gif 
Jju nu \ttlttan '] hi/// ca//; Jia blijineasa wiS [/if] unrotnesiu, ne 
meaht Sii fu[/-o/e cuK^an] f jiu earm sie 7 un8es[a/»f ;S 
Jor/iain ic] Se geoii^ne' underfeng untydne 7 unlaeredne, 7 
me to bearne genoiti, 7 to minum tyhlfi geiyde. Hwa ni»g 
Jjonne auhi oSres cweSan buian $ jJU woere se gc*S£elg«ta, 
))a )JU me wserff arr Uo/ Pdn\\\s cuf), 7 Kr })on ^a. * 5u cu5e 
min[«f] lyht 7 mine (leawas, 7 Jc pe giongne gelserde swylce 1= 
snytro swelc mirn^gum oSrum eldran gewitlum oftogen is, 7 
ic {le gefyrSrede mid minum larum lo Son f J)e* mon 10 
domere geceas } G'li J)u nu ToriSxtn cvi's/ f pn gesaelig ne 
sie Jie ]>ii nu nEefst Ba hwilendlican awyrSnessa 7 5a 
bli()n«ffl ' |>e jiu xr hajfdesl, |3onne nearl Su fieah ungesselig, 15 
forffiremSe ' J^a unroinessa jw [ju nu on eart swa ilce ' ofergaS 
swa tSu cwist Bst fja blissa fcr dydon. Wenstu nu f ^ 
anum Jwllecu hwearfung 7 fiillecu unrolnss on bccume 7 nanv 
o?!r[K] mode swelc [ne on] become, ne xt pe [tie ic/ltr\ pti 
[0]J>J>e wenst ]m Jle on anegu menm'scii mode mtege auhl 10 
fKStraedlicea bion buton hwearfu[n^ff? 0?J5e gif hit on 
senegum [anige hvii'le'] festlicc wuna5, [se deaj> >iil~\ hum 
aferreC f hit bion ne /mrg ]>xt hit xt uixs. Hwset syndon 5a 
woruldsaelSfl oSrcs bulon d^iiSes tacnung f Forpam se deaS 
ne cymS lo nanii 'oSrii dingu bulanp he p lif afyrrt* ; stoa 15 
eac pa worulJsetlSa f wmaS lo Sfe mode lo /o f hi hit ben[i>»i]en 
pxs fie him leofaa/ bifi Sisse w^oruldr ; pxi bi?S ))oiine ^onnc 
hie him_/Va« gewilaS. Gescg^, la Mod, hwie&r fie betere 
Jnnce, nu nanwuht woruldlices' fesles 7 un[A]wearfiendes 
bion ne mxg ? HwaSer Se tSu hiforsea.y }iines agnes }>ontis y> 
hi forlele bulon saK, {jc Jju ffi/rfrf hwonne ^/ Se sorgiendne 
forl;£ten ? 




X] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAB 21 

IX P. 

Sa ongan se Wisdom singan 7 giddode pus: pON seo 
suime on hadru htofone beorhtosi ' scintS, pan apeosiriaS ealle 
steorran*, forPaPt fteora bear hints nt beo3 nan beorhtnes ^ for 
hire, pon smylie blawed supanwtslan wind. Pan weaxaS 
J aeiSe hradt feldts blosman ; ac pon se slearca wind cym9 
nordaneastan, pdn Imveorpd he swiSe hraPe pare^ rosan-wliie ; 
Twa oft Pone to smyllon sa pas nordawindes ysl onsfyred. 
Eala P nanmuht nis /teste stondendes weorces a wuniende on 
toorulde. 

Xo. 

10 /'a*cwae5Boetiu8': Eala, Wisdom, pupe earl moiot* eallra " 
magena, m mag ic na wi3cwe8an ne Aaisa^igan p pe'' pume 
or sadest./orponpe hit is tall sod ; forPa ic nu habbe ongilen 
p da mine saf£i2. 7 sio orsorgnes, pe ic ar wende p gesElSa 6eon 
sceoldan,nane salda ne sinl,/or3am hi swa radlice gsvi'Ai^. Ac 

ig p me ha/d eallra swi3osl gedre/edpon icjimbe mieic jmealicost 
Peyice, p ic nu sweolole ongilen hsebbe p pal is seo masle 
uhskIS on Jjys andmeardan lifep mon aresl weorde* gescBlig, 
7 ee/ier pa ungesxWg. pa anAsworede se Wisdom 7 sio 
Gesceadwisnes, 7 cwce$: Ne meahl pu no mid soSe gelalan 

japine wyrd 7 Pine ^«aelSa, swa swa Pu wensi, for Pa leasu 
uagetalpii ' pe pu irowasl. Hit is /wsung $ Jiu wenst Bset 
Bu sic ungesaelig. Ac gif ]ye nu f swa swiSe gedicfed 7 
gmnrotsad haeftS {ptepu/or/ure Pa leasan gesalpa), J»nn mx% 
ic J>e epenliee gerece^n f Su swwlole ongitstS fie pu giet 

H hcfst *\pOTu maslan dal'l ))ira '" gesaelSa \^[Pu ar"] haefdest. • 
Saga me nu hwse[3^r] }iu tnid rible nixge siofian \pin]a 
unsslSa, swelce Su eallunga [Ajjebbe forloren jiina gesxlSa ; 

* Boetlt ii. hkL 3. ' Com polo Phoebas,' &c. Cott. Metr. vi. 

* Boeth. ii. pr. 4. ' Tnm ego, Vera, mqniiin.' &c. 

> em. itehlasi B. * eta,pti!rran B. ' em. beahlnes K ' em. 
P^r B. • Ueliut B, ' modur fl. ' andsacigian pas pt J. 

w J. " ^nra B, 



aa DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [X 

ac t^u hsefst get gesund gehealden eall f o^rwyrtjoste %sette 
(ju 8e twsorgost tuefdes. Hu meaht )>u Jronne msnan f 
wyree 7 ^ laSre nu tSu Saet leofre hsefsl gehealden ? Hwsei, 
\a wast $ sio dugutS ealles moncynnes 7 Sc se [»ns]sia 
weortSscipe get leofaS, f is [^'i^machus Sin swior. Hwset, he 
is giet [Aff]l 7 gesund, 7 hafS jelces godes ge[»]og ; forSon 
Se ic wat p $u auht ' ne forslawode ^te })u )7in agen feorti 
/or hint ne sealdef/' ^T }>u hine gesawe on hwelcum earfotSQ^ 
fortSKm [«] wer is domes* 7 cnefta full, 7 geno[f] orsotjj- 
nu get selces eorSlices eges. Se is swiSe sarig for tSnik 1 
earfoSum 7 for CinQ wrKcsiSe. Hu ne liofaS J>in [wi/ eac, 
pas ilcari] Simaches dohtor? 7 sio is swiSe [w^J gerad 7 
swiSe gemelfiEst ; sio hiefS eall ojjru wif oferSungen * mid 
clienncsse. £all hire god ic ^e msg mid feam wordum 
areccan ; *^mt is 5;et hio is on mlii y-eawu Mere] fseder gelic. ij 
Sio liofaS [ttu /«,/« anum,/br'\'SxTa'Sc hio nanwuht ell[M « 
lu/a3] buton J>e, juices godes hio h!e[//i " geiwA tm] Sys 
andweardan life, [ac heo hit haf3'\ eall forsawen ofcr Se 
[««».;',■ fa// heo hii\ onscunaS, forSiemJje \heo /« cmne\ 
njefS ; Jjses anes hire is \nu wana. For'] )>inre aefweardnesse jo 
hire );incS [eall] noht f hio hsefS, forSaem hio is [^r] Jjinum 
lufum oniiod 7 fulneah [dead] for teanim 7 for unrotnesse. 
[Hwa:!] wille we cweSan be fiiaum Iwam ' [iwnil] ? tta wi/ 
taldormen 7 geSeahtera[j' / o»] JTaem is swiolol sio gifv7eal)a* 
Ca' d[afu])'a heora feeder 7 heora eldran _/fefltr, swa swaij 
gionge '" men magon gelicoste \beort] ealdum monnum. Py 
ic wundrige hau' Su ne ma;ge ongietan f Su eart nu gil 
swiSe gesselig, nu Su git Uo/ost 7 eart ha]. HwKt, f is sio 
nwste or f/M^icra monna {p hte libban) 7 sien hale; 7 (ni 
hsfst nu giet to eacan eall ^ ic Se asr tealde. HwEet, ic wal ? 
■f^ is giet diorwyrjjre Jjonne mon[«M /(jf, forSjem mcnegum 
men is ]eo[_/>-f P<et] he jer self swelte £er he gesio his wif 7 

' naht B. ' Between sealdcsl ani gif B hm inserted ftb. 1. 7 4m 

ne leo/oO jiin wif rtti Pas Heati Sitnachts dekter 7 sio is smite (repeated 
below). ' ■wisdomes It. ' A letter appar. erased, between the t 

«nd « ni efeiHuHgtn, in C ; efe'Sungtii B. ' em. haft B. ' imiu J. 
^iummj, ' ealSC. 'SaC. '" giuage J. 



XI. i i] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHJAE 23 

his beam swelt[^«]de. Ac hwi *[iilast^ />u J)dn] to wepann^ * iib C. 
lfu^o\n andweorce ? Ne\ meaht Su nu giet ]?inre \wyrde 
nauhi\ oSwitan ne J>in lif no \gei(Blan, «]e eart J>u no eallunga 
to \nauhte ^<f]don swa swa Jju wenst. \Ni5 pe nu gii\ nan 
5 tf»aberendlic \broc getenge\ forSon i^iti) ancer is giet \on 
eordan /a;]st ; f sint 8a ealdor[»i^«] JJe we aer ymb spraecon. 
pa Se ne [/aJetatS geortrewan' be pys 2Lnd[wear]d2Ln life ; 7 
eft J?ih agna treowa [7 seo] godcunde lufu 7 se tohopa, [/a 
?r]eo pe ne laetaS geortr^w^w ^<r J>am ecan life. "Sa and- 

10 sw<7rode JfCF.i unroie Mod 7 cwced : Eala, waeraw /a ancras 
swa trume ' 7 swa ^yxxYmmniende^ ge for Gode ge for worulde^ 
swa Siva /m segsi ; fxmne mihte we micle J>y e9^ gepolian swa 
kwaU earfo}7nessa swa us on become. Eall hie us j^yncaS \y 
leohtran Sa \iwile pe \% oncTZs/as/e bio8. Ac \>u viiht J?eah 

15 ongitan hu )% mina saeiSa 7 se min weortSscipe (her for 
worulde) is oncerred. 



XI r. 

§ i. Da andswarode se Wisdom 7 seo Gescead[tt;/!rww], 7 
cwaetS: Ic wene J)eah f ic hwaethwugununges *\^pe up ahofe of* nb ends, 
pare unrotnesse jfuineah gehrohte cBt pam ilcan weordscipe pe "c'ct fol. 

20 pu (Br hcefdeSf huion pu git to ful sy Pecs pe pe Icefed^ j's, p pe c. 

fordy wlaitge, Ac ic ne mceg adreohan • pine seofunga for 

pam lyilan pe pu forlure ; forpd pu simle mid wope 7 mid 

unrotnesse mcenst gifPe cenies willan wana biS^ peah hit lytles 

hwcBt sie. Hwa wees of re on Pis andweardan life^ odde hwa 

25 wyrd get after us on pisse worulde, p him namvuht wid his 
willan ne sie^ ne lytles ne miceles ? Swide near ewe senf^ 7 swtde 
heanlice " pa menniscan gesaiPa, forPam opcr twega odde hie 
nafre to nanu men ne becumap^ odde hi $ar ncefre fcestlice • ne 
durkwuniad swelca swelce hi cer to coman. pcet ic wille her 

' Boeth. ii. pr. 4. 1. 34 P. * Et ilia, Promouimiis, inqnit/ &c. 

» tiolast ]. * gcortreowan B. » em. rume B. * irf J. * alyfed ], 
• adreogan J. ^ ncarwa sint J. * heanlica J. * ^m,fiXtlice B. 




2+ DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XL* I 

heceftan sweololor gertccan. We wi'lon p^ monigt hahhaS 
alces worutdwelan gmog ', ac hi habbaS sceame pas ti>elan gif 
hi fie bea0 swa aPtle on gehyrdU swa hi woldon. Same ieoi 
rwiSe apele j wideu3e on heora gcbyriu, ac hi beop mid wtcdle 
7 mid hende ' o/PrycU 7 geunroUode. P hi wtere leaf re peel Me 5 
waran uniFpele f/on swa earme, gif hit on heora anwealde wart. 
Manege beoS Peak agSer ge/uU eeSek gefM weligt, 7 beo3 ptah 
full unrete, fibn hi oder twega o33e wif habbaS ' him genUBc, c9Bt 
himgemede nabbaS'. Manige* habbaS genog gesiElilice* gewifod, 
ac for bearnhsU eallne Pom wtlan pe hi gegaderigaS hi lala$'' » 
framda to brucannt, 7 hi beoP fvrPam unroU. Sumt AaOoB 
beam genogt, ac pa beop hwilH unhale oSSe yffle 7 unweorPe*. 
oS$e hradt gefardS, p Pa eldran fordam gnornia$ talk heora 
woruld. Forpa ne mag nan man on pys andweardan ' Ufe 
eallunga gcrad beon wid his wyrd. peah he nu nanwuht elks 15 
nabbe ymbe lo sorgienne, p him mag to sorgi Pat he not hwat 
him tou'eard bi3, hwceder Pe god Pe yfel , don ma pe pu luisitsl ; 
7 eac p<Ei P he pon gesallice bryc3 he ondrat p he scylt forlalan. 
Getac me nu sumne mann para Se pe gesalegosl Pince"^ * 7 on 
his x\lfwitk sy swfSosl gewitm'] ; ic jse ^irecce swiSe hiape 10 
p 3u oBgilst p he biS for swiCe \y\lum )>ingu oft swiSe 
ungemetlice gc^rrfed, gif him Eenig wuht biS wiS his willait 
o%Se wits his gewunan, Jieah hit nu lytles hwaet sie, haJon he 
to [ff/Jcum men mKge gebecnan f he rme ' on his wiUan. 
Wundrum \y\s\ mag gedon Jjone eaira gesselgostan num her ij 
on* worulde J he wentS tSset his ^esKlfia sien oCKe swiSe 
gewanode oSd'^ mid ealle forlorena. pu wensS (nu) ^ )>» \seo\ 
awiffie ungesselig, 7 ic wat Sset monegO men jjuhte;* he waere 
to hefonum aheefen gif he aenigne drel hsefde Jara Jjinra 
gesselSa " Jie J'U nu giel hafst. Ge furSum sio stow Jje 5u nu 30 
on gehaeft " e[a]rl " 7 (ju cwist Sec ))in wriecstow sie ", hio is 



' monigt AatiaS alcei ■mBroldviillaa gtnag J, Jl mag kabball alt! 
weruldwelan genogt. ' AanBe J. ' ruiiiae etiie Aim grmar 

ettt gtmede Ttobiad ]. ' geiatlice J. ' lafaS J. ' unvMort J. 



XL i i] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 25 

J>sern monnum efjel )'e Bseron geborww wasron, 7 mc Jjam )« 
hiora willum jwron eardiatS. Ne nanwuht ne biS _yfel Eer 
mon wene ^ hit yfel sie, 7 jjeah hit nu hefig sie 7 witSerweard, 
J>eah hit biS ges^lS gif hit mon lustlic? [iilf]5 7 ge{)yldelice 
5 anefneS. Feawe sinl' toJ>«m gesceadwise, '\gi/ he wyrd on * 
ungeSylde, il he nt wiltiigt* fi hii\ StelS[a] weorSen onwen[<fr]. 
Wi?[ awiSe monige biternease is gemenged sio swetoes [lisse 
worulde; 8eah hio hwaem wynsumu Synce, ne niEBg he hi 
no gehabban ' gif hio hine (lion onginS. Hu ne is hit jjjer 

to switSe swiotol hu iverelica' ^s woruldaielSa sint, nu hi ne 
magon jjone eannan gefylian, for[/]asm he' symle wilnaS 
hwKshwugu [/]iEa Se he Jionne niefS ; ne hi Jj^m [^]e|jyld- 
egum 7 J>!em gemelfsestutn [j]ymle nc wuniaS. 

§ ii*. Hwy sece gc fionii jimbutan eow \% gesaelSa J>e ge 

J5 [ujninnan iow habbaS Jiurh fia godcundan mieht geset ? Ac 
ge nyton hwst geA?,' ge sint on gedwolan. Ac iceowmffig 
midftawum wordum gereccan ka>at se hrof is ealra ges»lt!a ; 
wits /flj ic wat fiu wilt higian )jon Kr j^e Su hine ongitest ; $ ' 
is f>onne good. Meaht t>u nu ongitan hwESer Jiu auht );e ' 

JO deorwyrSre hjebbe J)onne Jie selfne ? Ic wene Jwah f tSu 
wille cw[i-i]an f ^>ll nauht deorwyrSre nsebbe. Ic wat, gif J)U 
nu 'hEefde ' fulne \anwtaid pines stlfts,Pdn\ hsfde \\x hw£t- * 
hwugu on Se sel/w^n }>xs Se ))U nsfre j^inum willu alxtan 
noldes ', ne sio wyrd fe on geniman ne meahte. FortSxin 

ij ic t!e mindgige ^ ^ ongite ^te nan gesselS nis on [^is and- 
weardan life " Sonne seo gesceadwisnes, forSfem hio ))urA nan 
Jiing ni m<Eg /asm men losian ; forSy is deUre Pal feoh f te 
nafre losian ne misg Sonne ^te mseg 7 sceal. Hu ne is )?£ 
nu genoA jiw^Jlole gessed f sio wyrd )je « ""i^ wan? 
30 geSfZtSa Milan ? forpxmPe tsgptr is un/ast, ge seo wyrd gt seo 
gtsaW ; forpam sint swi3e Itdrtj iwiSre hreosende fnts gesaipa. 

* Botth. 11. pr. 4. 1. S7 P. ' Qnid igitnr, o moiUles,' &c. 

' lUiU B. • em. kt viilnia B. ' habbait B. ' kwerflite B. 
• From a V C. ■ & B. ' > om. B. ' xa/jfej/ B. ' iw/aSsj/ B. 
" la B between lift and Smmu are Ihe words at angel pal naukt nil 
Ulere on pis andwearJum life. 



*{ u. 



26 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XI. ( 1 

HwtEl, ale }>ara pe pas •xoniiA^ttalpa fix/H oJ>er tu'fga o?ii 
he wat fi At' him frotnwtardf brod. o33e he hilj>5n nat. Gif ht 
hit pan nai,kwtlc( gcsttipa \xsX^ ht xipawelangi/he bid m\i 
dysig 7 iwa uiigm'iss '' p he pal witan nt mag .' Gif he hit 
pon wat, |M)nne oniirs/ he him ^ hi losicn, 7 eac geara wat f % ' 

■ he hi alfeian sceal. '\Se singula ege ne lal nonnf mon ga<t- 
/(«]ne bion. Gif ))Onne hwa ne recS hwieSer he )ja gesaelfa 
htcbbe ))e ' nsebbe ))e he ]!onne h^fC, hwset, f |>onne btoH for 
lyLla saslSa o\>\ie nane, pat mott swa caSe TorlElan mseg. Jc 
wear nu f ic |;e * hsefde ser genq? nveotoU ^rrcalit be monegum " 
Vi.cnum Pie monna sawla ' slnl oWrtrfiica 7 ere*. 7 Pis is 
genog sweotol f te ntenne mon |)2es [/jwrugan ne Ararf fie ealle 
men geenitiaS'' on J;am deaSe, 7 eac heora welan. _/"' [li^] 
wundrige hw/ men sien swa \ungtscea'\6t;'\se f hi wenen )«M 
tc fia [i7«(ftwar]de lif [raajege )Jone mon[nan i/]cm ' gesseligne ij , 
^a hwile )je he [IcofaS^ ]>onne hit hine ne mffig [a/ter] pyi 
life earmne gedon. [//wo'f], we gewislice witon unrim [fujra 
monna [Pe] ^a ecan gcsselSa sohton nalles }iurh '^ an f hi 
wilnodon 5es [/<"cA]onilican deaSes, ac eac manegra sarlicn 
\wila hi gewil[«w/i« wi'3] pxm [«]an life ; jjkI wKron ealle' 10 
\>i h[ajlgan marliras. 

XII". 

,lDp '[/^a ongan st Wisdom gliowian 7 geoddode pus ; ectt pat 
spell mid Uo3t fi he ar sade, y cwad :\ {Se pe wille fast hut 

" limbrian ne sceal he hit no seltan up oti 3onc hehstnH cnoll, 7 u 
de wille godcundiu wisdom stcan nemaghc hint wiS n/irmefla : t^ 

'~ 7 tft se pe wille fast hus limbrian tie sttte he hit on tondheorhat. 
Swa eac gifpu wisdom timbrian wille, we selepu hine on ufpan 
pa gitsunga,forp& swa swa sigende sond pone ren suytgS, swa 
swylg3 see gitsung pa dreosendan welon pisses middangtardes, 
forpd hio hiora simU bit Puistegu. Nt mirg hus naht langt 3» 
standan en pa Aeon munte gif hit fill ungemeilit '" wind 
° Boeth. ii. mcl. 4. ' QuistjnU nolet,' &c. Cult. Metr. nL 
' em. he B. • wBWiJ J, ' ptke^. ' /e om. B, * smmta B. 
' eea J, ' geeadi aS C, with space between i and a. ' mtHM wmEm B. 
' ealle am. B. '" em. ungamillic B. 



xin] 



DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 



»7 



geslent ; na/3' ^t pit on Sam sigenda sonde sicnl for 
swiSlicu rent. Swa eac P mennisre mod bid undtreltn j avuged 
of his iitde ]>on hit se wind strongra genvinca aslyro^ t>?3e se 
rm ungtmellicti ymbh^an. Ac se pe wilU habban /a eean 
% gaetlSa he sceal fiion pme frecnan wUle pises middaneardes 
7 timbrian p hus hit ' modes on pam fasta siane eadnuila, 
forpade Crist eardaS on Pare dene eadmodnesse j on ps 
gemynde wiidomes. Forjxtm simle se toisa man eall his ti/lat 
on gefean tmonwendendlice 7 orsorg. Pan he forsihP agder ge 
to pas eardlican g5d ge eac pa yfiu, j hope's to pa towe'arda ; p 
sint Pa ecan. ForPape God hine gehelt aghwonan singallice 
wuniendne on his modes gtsal3um, Stah pe se wind para earfoPa 
7 seo singale gemen pissa woruldscelSa him on blawe.) 

XIII ■'. 
i)a. se Wisdom ipa ^ seo Gesceadwisnes 'pis leotS a[j]ungen 

•S haefde',^acngonhee[y/] secgeanspel7 Jju[j'fai£p]t!: MepincS 
[«»] f wit maegen [smealicor sprecan 7 diogolran'] wordum, 
{oT[pam ic ongite p min\ lar hw:elhwu[^w in gaS on pin 
(mdgii\ 7 j)u genoh wel \understenst p ic pe to] sprece. Ge- 
J)enc [«« iztkEt Pines agnes^ sie calra Sissa \woruldakla ' 7 

10 ■welena, o^e kwiet pu Paron age unandergiides, gif Pu him 
teeadwislice ' after spy\tt,%X. Hwjet hiefsl Pu \at Pam gifu\ 
Jje Jju cwyst f seo wyrd eow \gife, 7 ai\ Skid welan, Jieah hy 
nu ece w(E\ron\ ? Ssege me nu AuraeSir se \\n wela [;4i»«] 
Sances Bwa diore seo, pefor his agen're gecynde. HwKtS^ ic 

'S/f tecgepeah 5»l hit is of his agenre gecynde, nres of (linre. 
Gif hit p5n his agenre gecynde is, nas of pinre, Awi ear{ Pu 
Jionne a Py betera for his gode * ? Age me \nu kwat his Pe 
deorast^] ()ince, \\yim\3er pe gold Pe hwcEt\ Ic walfieah gold. 
[Ac peah hit nugod'] sie 7 diore, Seah [b0 A/iseadigra] 7 

30 IfofTOendni se 5e hit *[seM pan se 3e hit gadera? 7 on oSrit * 

' Boeth. ii. pr. j. 'Sed quoniam 
m. m^ B. ' hii abote Hm B. ' Aa^rfu 



DE COMSOLATIOAE PHILOSOPHIAE 



[Xin 



rtafad. . Ge eae Pa tvelaii] bioS lilisead[j^r>j»] 7 leoft^r/ran 
}>onne f'onne ' lii moti seltS )>onne hi bion Hionne hi mon 
gadrfij?] 7 hilt '. H«a;t, sio gitsung gedeS \^heare gif\seras 
[/a^] Kg]>er ge [Godtgf monnfi, j pa yj/uj gedotS [/<t km/i" 
ieoflifir 7] hliseadige 7 vie:[or3e iFgper ge Gotfege] monnum Ce ; 
[A« /a/fl?. Klupftoh />dn\ trgfoer oe [may i^w ff mid pd 
fie] hil seltS^c \mid pant fie hil mon iJelS*, nu is for[/a ic/c 
_^oA fo/frf] 7 deorwyrtSre \gcseald fibn geht^Aen. Gif nu eal! 
\pises middanta^Ae.^ we)a come lo \anu mm], ha ne wseren 
))onne ealle {opre men] wadlan bulon him ' anum ? \Genoh] la 
fwrolol f is Jiaette god word 7 [^orf hiisa] selces monnes biB 
betra 7 [dtsrra" /'in i^wg-] we!a ; hwsel, fwl [aj]ord gefylB 
[aires ' /]ara earan Jjc hit gehertS, 7 ne bi[^ ^ejah na ^j 
lEsse mid ]>xm J^e hit spf[/f?. //Jis heortan dicgcinesse hil 
geopen[aJ', 7 /kxs oJSres [A?£>r/]an belocena hit \Jiurh/ar3, 7 1.; 
OH ^J] fserelde JjEerbelwy.v \nc bid hit no] gewanod ; n[/ wtag 
hit mon mid sweorde *o]fslean ne mid rape gebindan, [«c hil 
njsefre ne ' acwyltS. Ac (la eowre welan, \peah hi] ealne weg 
mid eow sien ', ne j^incS emu no Jiy hraSor hiora genoh ; 7 
8eah ge hi (lonne ofirum monnum seilen '", ne magon ge no is 
pr ma mid 'pxm hiora wfedle 7 heora gi/sungt gtfyM^n. peah 
t!u hi smale" todcelt awa dust, ne mihl pu 3eah mHc men 
emn/iV^ mid gehealdan ; 7 pon J>u ealle gedalde htffsl pm bill 
\ra Se w^wtedla. Sint j# wi-rilice " iff/aw ))isses middangeardes, 
pin hi nan mon fiillice habban ne mag, ne hie itanne mon js 
gewelegian ne magon, bulon hie oSerne gedon to wadlan. 
Htva'per" nu gimma wlile eowre eagan to him [f^Jtio hioni 
to wundriganne ? Swa ic w[ff/] f hi dotS. Hwasi, sio duguV 
Jjonne J)Ks whles Jie on )ia:m gimmum biS, biS heora, ntes 
cower, py ic eom swiffie ungemeilice ofwundrod hwi eow 30 
Jiince Jwre ungesceadwisan ^tscea/le godweb b[i'A]re ^nne 
eower \ageti\ god ; hwi ge swa un^imietlice i>i\i\ndrigen\ para 



< kirn om. li. ' 


B. ' keall B. 




' t^.pe 


kit «ime B, 


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' rfwmi J, • Fron 


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ealh-a B. 




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• em>re ,fn U 




" icUan B. " j 


mil, B, Wfl 


swualiit J. 


'« mn/ite J. '= 


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XIV. (i] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHISE 99 

gimm[a] a])\i[e aniges] ]>ara [iieat//ice]r\a Singa ]ye [gescead- 
wisnesu nafS] ; forSsem hi *[mid nanu ryhte ne magon\ • 
%fi3.rK\gan p gt ^]ora wundrien.' peah hi Codes [^M«fl]f[ea 
aien, ne aint hi no witS eo[i* /]o metanne ', forSiem ' J)e otier 
5 twega oCtfe hit nan g6d nis for ew selfe, otSSe feah for- 
lytel god wits «)w lo melane'. [T^o switSe we herwaS \ui 
sel/e ^(Hi]ne we \P*'\ ma lufiafi fie [under] us is on us[ium] ' 
anwalde, fionne us selfe dSSe [/c^Je drihien fie us [^f^jsceop, 
7 us call [ffa] god forgeaf. Hw[ce]J>er }je nu licien [/jsegru ' 
la lend i 

XIV ". 

j i. Da andsworode f Mod [/a]ere Gesceadwisnesse 7 
cwieS; Hwi ne [jcjeolde me lician fEgcr lond? Hu ne is 

[/i?]t se fffigeresta d^l Codes gesceaf^te / Ge], ful oft we 
fageniaS srayltre sje, [7 e]ac wundriatS fiees wlites ]iEere sunnan 

15 [7] f>aM monan 7 ealra J>ara steorrena. [^a andswarode se 
Wisdom 7 seo Gesceadwisnes }«em Mode 7 ])us cweS : 
Hwaet belimptS J)e to hiora r£egernes[j]a ? HwaeSer' jm 
dyrre gilpan JKet [A]iora fEgem[r'j /]in sie? Nese, nese. 
[/^u ne was[/] pu [? ?h] hiora nan ne worhlest '? [Ac gi/ 

lo/tf] gilpan wille, gilp' Codes, HwieSer ]ju n[u /<fgerra\ 
h\o&\lmtena\ faegnige on eas[/ra», swelct pu hie gescope? 

* HwadiT du nu swelees auki uyrcan mage, o33e gcuiorktrt * 
habht ? Nese, nese. Ne do pu sma ". HwaPer kit nu Pines 
gewealdes se " P se harfest sie swa weiig\ on wie[j/mu f Hu 

aj m wal icfi hii\ nis no [pines gewealdes? Hwi earl }m\ 
Jjonnc \maled mid sum idele gefean\, oSffie hwi [lu/asi Pu da 
fremdan goi\ awa unge[»w'//i«, swdce hi sen pine gel nu "] ? 
Wenst l^u maege [seo wyrd p< gedon P] pa Jiing j)in agnu '* 
[sen pa 3e heora ff^rti* "] gecynd f>e ge^\on ^^ fremde ? Nese, 

' Bocth. IL pr. £. 1. 30 F. ' Qaidni t Eat enim pulcbeniini,' &c. 

' Second « abOTc line. * ^}d B. • melanni B. * p from J, marep 

liifiaB B * tistum J, urum B. * fagri C,/iearu B. ' Hwar B. 

* HOMtu tu reoHtrkltit B. * rilA nhnvc line. " tio nva 1, '^ So B. 
'• gedyden j. 




30 DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [XIV. J i 

ntse]. Nis hit ' no pe gecynde [p/e }>u hi age\ ; ne him nit 
gefyrde [^ hi Stfolgien\. Ac ))a hefoncu[/Hfo« ping 3e ««/'] 
gecynde, nxs )mfs [corSlicait. pas torSVxa.'a wseslmas sin[^ 
gesceapmt w/*]num ' to andlifene ; [7 pa worulchtitlan] tial 
gesceapene to bi[svjict] pa mon[n«] ))e bioS neatum* gelic[<,^ } 
bto3 ««]rih[/]wise 7 ungeinetfaes[/f . To\ fJtpm hi ea[(] becumaS 
ofiost. Gif \pu\ ))onne t-aef/] gemet habban wiOe, 7* pa 
»yd)>earf[f] witan wille, Port is Ptel mete and [(fryjnc 7 
claSas [7 /»/ /c>] swelcH crsfte [jrw/ce /« funw ^ /e m] 

• 17b C. gecynde 7 J [/? «j r/A/ /o habbenni\. Hwilc fremu \[s* pep n 

pal Pu wilnige pissa andweardcna gesalpa v/er gemet, Jwa hii 
naPer ' ne magon m pin gehelpan, nt heora sel/ra ? On swiSt 
lyllon hiera hafd seo gecynd genog ; on swa m/f/Ju hio \h^'9 
genog swa we ar spraco^. Gif Cu \heore mare selest, oper 
A*«]ga oSSe [hil Pe dera3, odSe hii 3e /]eah ' unwyn[ji( OS, 15 
o33e unge/]xse, oSSe lre[cenlic, eall p pu nu o^tt gemet deSL 
\Gi/ 3u nil p/ergemcl] iist. oSSe drin[«/, o33e cladafie* ma 
o«]hehst' )30nne \Pu Pur/e, seo"] oferinc" pe wyrS otSSe[/i» 
sare, o93e /o] wlffittan, opyic to an[gerisinii, o33e] to plio. Gif 
|iu nu wenst fie [wundor/icc] gegerela '" hwelc weo[r^my)i</ 10 
«'c,/w(]iie telle ic )» weorS[m]yndr/aK'>']rhtan fe hi worhte, 
nealles"/r'. Se wiyrhia is God '* ; Jises craeft ic (jser [A]erige 
on. Wenst f>u f sio menigo [3i»ra] monna f>e masge don 
gesBelig[n*] ? Nese nese. Ac gif !ii jfcle sint [7 iy/ige "] 
)>onne sint hi fe pliolieran [7 ^rrjMi/]ncfulran hj^rf '• Sonne tf 
nafd " ; [/orpyem yfele )i[c^not] bioS simle [heora] hlafo[r^ 

• i8« C fiend\ Gif hi fionne \gode beo3 7 hia/ord* holde 7 itntwi/ealib, 
aboMhere.^ „c beo3 P pan heora godes, ntes pines /> Hu mihi /m J>$n Pt 

agnian heora god f Gif pu nu pas gilpst, hi ne gilpsl pu 

Pon heora godes, nas pines / je 

§ ii*. Nu pe is genoh openlice gecyped /ff/]te na[« para 

" Boelh. ii, pr. 5. L 51 P, ' Ex qnihus omnibus,' Sie. 
' hil om. B. - sendan T. * nylenum J. ' ittaieHiim B. 

' 7 conj. om. B. ' Hoater ). ' Conj, feah om, B. ' claSt ma J. 
• htfU b. ■' Sio J. " eftring B. ■' girela B. " not na B. 
" ^'a/C, an*ftpiiar.erased,f*/B. " 7 lyligtitom},t3m.'B. '* gt/utpl 
B. " genafd B. 



XIV. $ a] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 31 

goda pin nis^pe we cer] ymb* sprsecon, 7 [pu teohhodest'^ f hi 
dine\ bion sceolden. Gif [ponne* pisse w^Jrulde wlites 7 wela 
\io wilnienne nis\ hwset murcnast ** ^p\u port after pci] J)e }>u 
forlure, d^[de to kwon /ag]n2st )>u Jjaes J?e Su [ccr hce/dest^ ? 

5 Gif hit^ faeger is, f is of hio[rfl agnii gecynde\ nses of f>inum; 
hior[a fceger hit is, nas] J>in. Hwaet faegnast [/i/ /^w heora] 
faegres? Hwaet belimpS* [his to pe ? Ne pu hit] ne' 
gesceope, ne hi \>\ine agene ne sent], Gif hi nu gode sint 
[7 f^S^^^t ^^] waeron hi swa gesceap[w^/ 7 swcelce hi 

10 tt;<?]ldan bion, J>eah )?u hfi' «^r^ nahtest], Wenst }>u $ hi a 
"Sy dito\px)yrdran seon^ pe hf\ to )>inre note %t\dd\nde wceran? 
Ac y]or))aem))e h^(?ra ^ysige men wafiad 7 ^/] him jjincaS 
6t\ore,/orpd pu hi gaderast 7] heist • * o[« PinU horde, Hwat ' ^* ^ 
wilnast pu pon p Jm hiebbe at swelcere gelicnesse '* P Gelef^^ rest gone/ 

15 OT^, nu ic hitpe secge: na/st pupar nauht at^ butonppu tilast^^ 

wadle to flionne, 7 forpy gaderast mare pon pu durfe^^. Ac 

ic wat peah swide gear a pte eall p ic her sprece is wfS pinu 

willan, Ac eowra gesalda ne sint nop ge wenad pat] hi \sen, 

forpd se pe mice/] *innier(e " 7 mislic [agan wite, he de9ea]r(* ^8b C 

ao eac miceles (u\[tumes, Se ealda rw/Jde is swiSe soS fe \mon ^^st part 
gefyrn cwad\ ]>aette ]>a micles h^urfon pe micel fljgan gone. 
willaS, 7 I)a ^Jurfyjw swipe lytles pe] maran ne wilniaS [pon 
genoges, But]an hi wilnien raid ofer[/>i^^ hiora gitsu]nga. 
gefyllan, f hi naB[yr^ ne gedoS, /]c ^' wat f ge wenatS J?aet 

•5 ge \nan gecundlic ^*] god ne gesael)>a onin[«fl« eow sel/u] 
naebben", forSaem ge hi \seca3 butan eow] to fremdu gesceaftu. 
[Swa hit is mis]hweor(ed f J>aem men )?inc"S, [peah he se god\ 
cundlice gescea^^is, [p heon him set]fu naebbe %7^2,ge[nogey 
buton he] mart gegaden^e J>ara [ungesceadwisene "] gexr^fta 

30 })onne [he bepurfe od^e him] gemetlicre " sie ; [7 pa ungescead- 
wisan neotena *®] ne wil[«ia^ nanes odres feos *\ ac pined him 
gencg on pa Pe hi binnan heora agenre hyde habbad to eacan 

* h ab. 1. ' tiokhodes J. • Hone B. * murhast C. * /<fr hafst J. 
* be above line C. "^ ne om. B. ■ deorran sien J. • helist B. 

»• So B, iesalignesse J. " geluf]. »» tiolast J. » tiyrfe J. 

** From J, inerfe B. " em. Ac B. *• gecyndelic J. " nabbati B. 
"SoB. ^* gemetlicB, ^'matj, ">jj. 




32 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [.XIV. ( j 

" igaC />d/odrfJ)e him gtcjindelic biS. 'I{wat,gtJ>5nJ>eak /twathvtga 
^ ^^ '■ godcutidlices on eawerrt sauit habbad,P is andgiiy gemynd,y u 
gtictadmisUca willap hint Para twtga /]j'Sle. [SePe pdnpoi 
dreo ha/S'], ]x)nne hasfS [fu his scropptndes dn/trjnesse swa 
forS \swaswa anegu gescea/i] fyrmesl ' mieg \hiere sceppendai 
on]iicntsse habban. [Ac ge seeaS Pare] hean gecynde 
[gis<elpa 7 heore weorS'lscipe to t5»m n\]i\erlicum* 7 /a ^] 
hreosendlicum ' [PiagH. Ac ge ni\ ongitatS hu niicel[sr 
Uonati ge do^ Gode eowrQ scippc[nde, Jorpape] be 
wolde fie ealle [ffi^n ivarait ea/]ra o|>erra gesce^^a" 
wialdendas] ; ac ge underfieodaS \emure h^hsian] medemnesse 
tinder [pa eallra wj^Ji-Jmestan gesceafta ; \mid p& gi\ habbat 
gecytSed \P after eowrii\ agnum dome ge \dd3 tow sel/t 
HJVr]san )?onne eowra [agne* ah/a, nu ge w/]enaS f eowre 

• 19a C ^auhl welan ' send eowre gesa^^* [7 teohhiaS Pal eall tmmt 'S 
V^ woruldgod sien dierrati* ge selfe. Swa hit eacaiyrS Pon ge swa 

wiUai. 

S ml. pas menniscan Ufes gecynd is p h' Py attan seon'' 
beforan eallu oBrA gesceaflum py hi hie selfe emgiion kwal hie 
send' 7 hwonan hi send' ; 7 pi hi send' wyrsan pdn nylenu",«> 
py hi nellaS wilan kwal hi sini, oSSe hwonan fu sinl. pa 

* 19b C nealii] *is gecynde [/ hi nylon kwal Ai>] send^; ae ^ is 

is swijje sweotol [paige beop on grdwolan\ {)onne ge wenaS \P 
anig~\ m<Eg mid frein[rfa welu beon geweorpod. Gif hwa nu 'i 
biS mid hweicii] welu geweor]x)d [7 mid kwelcu] deorwyrpi 
ahlu [gegyrewod^\ hu ne i]elim^S se weorSscipe [pan h 
pa] Pe hine geveorlSaX ? [Pal is to heriamtje kwene nhtlieor. 
[Ne pal ne beop] no 5y fasgerre f mid [elleshwa gere]a<yA 
biiS, (jeah (ja ge[renufagru\ sien pe hit mid gerenod [biS. Gifv 
hit] ter scandlic wass, ne [biS hit no Sy y&]egerre. Wite 
fa fo[r soifi nan god «]e dereS faem [Pe hit ah. Hwal.pa 

' Boeth. ii. pr. 5. I. 81 P. ' Hnmanae quippe nitnne,' Sec 

' furemtst B. ' em. niperlicam B. ' hreormdu R • agna \. 
* »eht vielan J, • diorran J. ' «'« J. " jkii J. • sinl J, 

" em. n^rena B. " gearod J. 



XV] DE CONSOl.ATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 33 

wast wa]^ ic [pe m leoge, j eac wasi l>mt jia welan oft deriaS 
/^m\* J>e hi agon on man^gum jjjngii, [7 ofi] SEBiii switSost f ♦ loa C, 
te men weorSatS [swa B/Jahsefene for Ssem welan ' Jiaet oft [k] 
ealra wyiiesta 7 se ealra unw[«)r]Sesla mon wenS ■f he sie 
5 ealles \/>as] welan wyrSe fie on (>isse' worul[A] is, gif he 
wisse hu he him to cuman meahte, Se Se micelne we[/fla] — "^9 
h^ro, he him ondrxC monige' [_/tfonrf']; gif he nan? sehta 
njefde, ne fi[£>r]rte he him nsenne ondraEda[»]. Gif f>u nu 
wsere wegferend 7 hffifd[M/J micel gold on Se, [7] )>u Jwnne 

10 beco[ff(r!] on ^jofscole, }x)nne ne wendes |ju )>e Jiines kora, 
))onne ' gif Su ()[on>«] swelces nanwuht naefde, Jjonne n[*] 
Corftes )>u Se nanwuht ondrad[an], ac meahtes f^ gan 
singende f«[«'] ealdan cwide Jjc roon gefym sii[»y], f se ~ 
nacoda wegferend him nanw[M^/] ne ondrcde. ponne )>[»] 

i5)>onne orsorg waere, 7 )» jieofas pe from gewiien waerow, 
(xjnne meahtes J)u ^'arnrian Jiaes andweardan welan,[7 nwa]htes 
cwe})an : Eala f tut is god [7 wynsum] f mon micelne 
welan hse[iie, ««] se niefre ne wyrS orsorg |)e hine 
underfehS. 

XV-. 

Id [_/'(! «o Geseeadwisnes pa J>is spell asctd ha/dt, Pa ongan 
hto singan j pus cwa3:'\ {£ala, hu gcsalig see forme eld was 
Pises midangeardes, 3a aUum men puhte genog on pare 
eorpan wcEstmu. Naran Pa welige hamas, ne mislUce swot- 
nuttas, ne drincas, ne diorwyrSra hrsgla hi ne girndan, 

2i/br/>am hi pa git naran, ne hio nanwuht ne gesawon, nt ne 
gthtrdon. Ne gemdon hie nanes /yrenlustei, bulon swi3e 
gemetlice pa gecynd beeodan ; ealne weg hi alon one on d<^, 
7 P was to afennts. Treowa waslmas hi alon 7 wyria, nalles 
scir win hi ne drutuan, ne nanne watan hi ne cupon wi3 hunige 

JO mtttgan ; ne seolocenra hragla mid misllicH bleowu hi ne ■ 
gimdon. Ealne weg hi slepon tete on triowa seeadu ; Mulerra 



• Boeth. ii. met 5. ' Felk nuni 


urn,' &c Cott. Metr. 


' weUm from B, C hu limply/^ 


V"«om. B. '. 




34 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHISE [XV 

zvelJa wteltr hi druncon. Ne geseak nan cepa taland ne were9, 
ne gtherdi non mon )<a get nannt sciphere, ne furPon jimbe nan 
ge/eohi sprtcan. A'e sto eorSe pa gel besmiltn mid ofstcBgtnet 
momtes blode, ne mon /urSum giwundod ; ne monn ne geteah 
pa gil yftlwillende men ; nanne weorSicipe me/don, ne hi non j 
mon ne lu/ude. Eala p ure tida nu ne mihlan weorpan swiiet. 
Ac nu manna gtlsung is swa byrnende swa fi fyr on pare 
helle, sto is on pd mun/e pe jSlne hatit, on pam itglande pe 
Siciiia haite : se muni bi$ simle swefle birnende, j ealla pa 
neahslewa parymbulan forbtsmd. jEala, hwocl se forma lo 
gilsert ware, Pe aresi pa torpan ongan del/an after golde, 
7 after gimmu,y pa frtcnandiorwyrdntsse^ funde Peter behyd 
was 7 behelod mid dare eorpan.) 

XVI «. 

§ i. pa se Wisdom )>a ))is leot! 3&ungen hsefde, Jn ongan 
he eft spellian 7 [jus cwkJi : HwEt meeg ic )jy • mare secgan i; 
be pxm veofSscipe 7 be pism awMwalde ^sse woralde} 
For tSsem anwealde ge eow [lujoldon ahebban up oS 8one 
heofen, gif ge * meahten. ^ is forScem/e ge ne gemunon ne 
eac ne ongi/aSpone heofoncundan anwea/1/7 ]xme weorSscipe; 
se is eiwer agen, 7 ponAn ge comon ', Hvocef, se eower wela m 
jjonne 7 s* «m)er at.weald, pe ge nu veot^sc\pe hatad, gif he 
bezyxad to pi ealira wyrreslan men, j lo Pa pe his eallra 
unweortost bid, swa he nu dyde lo pis iUan •/'eodric^, 7 iu * ar 
10 Neroni" ))aem [c]aserc, 7 oft eac to mienegMm hiora gelicum, 
hu ne wile he Sonii don swa hi dydon 7 get doS, ealle da 'i 
ricu J)e him under b/oS otSSe awcr on neawesEe, forslean 7 
forheregian, swfe swa Tyres leg deS drigne hatSfeld, olStfe eft 
se byrnenda swefel Cone muni bjernSJ^e we hataS Etne', se 
is on Siciiia ISxxsi ealonde ; swiSe onlic ^xm miclan flode Se 
giw on Noes dagum «2es. Ic wene Sffit ])u mage gemunan jo 
Csitc eowre eld ran gio Rom ana witan on Tore wines 
* Koelh. ii. |iT. 6. ' Quid autem de dignilatibni,' &c. 

^ eia. deerziyrtrussa \i, 'icPenu'B. ' kiS. ' KOmon BL 



XVI. §2] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 35 

dagum )>2es ofennodan cyninges for his ofermettum )x)ne 
cynelican naman of Romebyri^ aerestJ adydon. Ond eft 
swa ilce )» heretogan Se hine * aer ut adrifon hi wolden eft 
ut adrifan for hiora ofermettQ ; ac hi ne meahton, fortSaem])e 

5 se aeftera anweald j^ara heretogena ]?aem r(?maniscum 
wiiuxn get wyrs \\\code pon se\ aerra J>ara cyn[inga, Gi/hit] 
J>onne gefre gewirS, [swa hit swi^e] seldon gewyrS, )>aet [se 
anwea]\d 7 se weor8scipe becu»i^ *to godum men 7 to wisum, * 32b C. 
hwaet [bid ff\7eiX )>onne licwyrtSes buttm his god 7 his weorS- 

10 scipe, J>aes godan cyninges, naes )>aes 2LDwealdes ? Forfmpe 
se anwald ncefre ne bid good but(?n se god svt pe hine ^bbe ; 
8y * hit biSpces monnesgod ' naes )pcBS anwealdes, gif se anweald 
god bid, Forpd hi/ biS /<^lte na« man for his rice «e 
cymS to crcB/iwm 7 to medemnesse, ac for his craeftum 7 for 

15 his xfx^^tinesse he cym$ to rice j to^ anwealde, pi ne bi9 nan 
man for his anwealde na pe betera, ac for his crasftU he bedS 
good, gif he god^ bidy 7 for his craeftum he bid amvealdes 
weorde^ gif he his w^(?r8e biS, Leorniad forSaem wisdom, 7 
})onne ge hine geleomod haebben, ne forhyc%2jS • hine {jonne. 

ao/'onne secge ic eow hxxion aelcum tweon p ge magon purh hine 

htcxxman to anwealde, peah ge no pees anwealdes ne wilnigan. 

Ne purfon ge no hogian ^ on Pam anwealde, ne him after 

pringan. * Gif ge wise beotS 7 gode, he wile ioXgian eow, ♦ 23a C. 

/eah ge his no ne wilnigen. Ac [sege me'\ nu hwaet eower 

25 deoTWyrdesta wela 7 anwald sie, J>e ge swidost girnap, Ic 
wat Jjeah f hit is pis andwearde^ lif 7 tSes brosnienda w^/a ^<f 
we aer ymbe spraecon. 

§ ii b. Eala, hwae8er ge netenlican • men ongiten hwilc s^ 
wt\2. sie, 7 jtf anwald, 7 Sa woruld^^SiVSz, ? /'a sint eowere 

50 hlafordas 7 eowere waldendas, naes ge heora, Gif ge nu 
gesazvan kwelce mus p wcbtq \i\2f0rd ofer odre mysy 7 sette 
him domas, 7 nedde hie after gafole, hu wunderlic wolde eow 

^ Boeth. ii. pr. 6. L 14 P. ' Nonne o terrena animalia/ &c. 

* hi B. • /* B. * ioedj, * to from J, om. B. ^ gvod]. 

• From ],forhogia9 B. ' hongian J, • em. anwearda B. 

* neUlitan B. 

D 2 




36 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XVI. J i 

Saet )>tDcan; hwelce rt^liettung^ ge vioWan })aes fiabbati, 7 
mid hwelce hleahtr^ ge woldon bion astered. Hu micle 
mar; is Sonne }ises mormes lichoma 10 me\enne viiS P mod 
Jionnf s€0 THUS witS Cone mon. Hwast, [gt />orint] magoo 
eaSe ^'e^iti:.a.a,\jgifge hi/geome\ymbe siiuagia'^\\'aS7 \a/ttr i 
spyrigan, p ' nanre wukU Ikhoma m btod Pan lederra pm pas 

* 13b C- mannes. pfem magon derian pa */iz]stan fleogan, ge Sa 

gnxtlas raid swySe lytlum sticelum hi[ffi] deriaS, 7 eac Sa 
smalan w[>r«7of] tSe Sone mon segtSer ge inaan ge utan 
wyrdaS, 7 hwilum {alneak deadne gedoS; ge furSum |>ios 10 
lytle loppe hine deadne ' gedeS. Swilca wuhia him derigaS 
ag^er [^]e innao ge utan. On hwaem masg [ijjnig mon 
otSrum derian buton on his lichomnn, oSSe eft on hiotu 
welum, pe ge /mIaIS gesaelSa ? Ne nan mon ne roseg Ssem 
gesceadwisan mode ^«ierian, ne hiw gedon f hit sie ' tSat rj 
Saet hit ne' biS. ffiiet is switSe sweotol lo o»giia«ne be 
sumum romaniirum a;)7elinge, se wees halen Liberius*; se 
Wffis to man^^jfln wilii giwovhx, forSKm)>e he nolde meldian 
on his geferan [)e mid [kim] siredon ymb Sone cyning \pe 
hie cer] mid unrihie gewun««( [ia/don '. _/']a he Sa beforan so 
tSone [graman] cyning gelsed waes, [7 fe ii'ne hel\ secgan 
hw£et hi[f geferan viceron] Se mid him [ytnbe sieredoH'',pd\ 

* 14a C. /brct2.v/ he [A/> lungan 7] 'wtarp hine mid Ssere lyng^^ow ' on 

Pat «]eb foran. ForSam hit ^e.\weard p ^:em wisan men 
com to lofe [7 lo wyr^^Jscipe f se unrihlwisa \fyning him\ n 
tiohhode to wite. \_Hwat isp'\ ^irmma'SEet %nig mon msege 
oSrum do[n], f he ne ma^ge him don Sset ilce? Gif he ne 
msg, oSer mon maeg. We leomodon eac be &em waelreo- 
wan Bosiridem, se webs on Egyptum. ^aes Icodhatan 
gewuna wses $ he wolde aelcne cuman swiSe arlice underfoon 30 
, 7 swiSe swKslice wiS gebsLTan, Sonne he EcrcsS him to com. 

Ac eft, »r he hiro from cerde, he sceolde bion ofslaegen. 
Ond Sa geberede '° hit Sa;t Erculus [/]obes junu co[im] lo 

' Zalle J. * hine hviiium diadne It. ' hit h. 

om. B. * tibiritu B, • ia/di J. 

* fiiirmid for n. II. I. B- ' em. Semma B, 



XVI. i 3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHtAE 37 

him. pa wolde he do[«] ymbe hine swa swa he ymbe 
m\anigne^ cuman asr dyde ; wolde hine [a]drencan on JiEere 
ea tSe Nilus [Aa/]te. Sa weartS he strengra, [7 adre\ncit 
hine swiBe rihte [fe Godts dome], swa swa he manign[<r 
5 oderne ter dy]Ae. HwseI,cacRegul«j,[«]foremaera[ATir/]og[(i, 
/fl he ftahi\ wiS Africanas', [Ae A^i'Jde [yw/^wnA] 'unasec • i^bC 
gendlicnc sige of[«- Ai ^A^Vjanas'; jja he {hi) Jia swiSost '*>«''' '' 
l^/orslagenX hsefde, tSa het he hi bind[aM 7 on ^ajican lecgan. 
Sa geS^eae \hil swide\ hraSe $ (A<) wearS gtbundtn [mid 

io hira\ racentutn. Hwcet wens/ [/>u Pon\ hwKt godes se' 

anweald {tie, pert\ he * on nane whan his agenes crffiftes ne 

mffig forbugan $ he fiset (/« yfel ne geSafige oSrum monnu 

f he ser o?r« dyde? Hu ne m se a.'nv:ea\d /idn Jxxr nauht? 

§ iii 0, Hwast tcenslpa /• gi/u weortSscipe 7 se anweald'' his 

IS agnes Ponces god ware 7 to k^j anweald ha/de, hwafSer he 
v/i3\de pa JbreuSesiu monnu folgian swa he nu hwilum * deS? 
Hu ne wasf pu p hit nis nauht gecynde ne nauht gevmnelic 
fi anig wi3erweard ping hion gemenged wiS oSrii wiSerweardu, 
nSSe lenige ge/erradenne wi3 hahbani' Ac seo gecynd hit 

10 otiseunaS ]>xth\ ne magon KJwrSan togzedere gemeng^rf, [/«'] . 
ma Se f good 7 Sset ^yfel magon ic/gffidere bion. Nu J)e is 
swiSe openlice gecy^eA f f)i[j andwearde rice^ 7 pas a«oruld- 
gesaipa 7 Jies anweald ofheora ' agnii gec[jmde 7 Aeora agnes 
^rjwealdes nauht '\£ode ne sie^tit, ne hcora se]fr[a niinw * 352 C 

15 djnwald ffobbaS, nu hi willatS cl[y?a«] ' on Pam \vyrrestan 
monnum, 7 him grpafiaS pat hi bioS hiora \^2,fordas. Nis 
3as nu nan tweo tSiet oft pa " eallra forcupeilan men cumaS to 
pam anweatde 7 to pam weorSscipe. Gi/se anwea!tA 'Sonne of 
his zgenre gecynde 7 his agnes gewealdes god ware, ne 

30 underfenge he nxhe })a y/eian ac pa godan. pses ilcan is to 
wetiantu to eallu Z?em ges%l])um ))e 5«o wyrd brei)fS ^lisses 

' Bo«th. ii. pr. 6. 1. 38 P. 'Ad haec, si ipsis dignitalibus,' &c 

' em. Affi-iiamis C. Affricanas B. ' em. >n«j C, A/rieas B. 

* tt godtt ii. ' ht from it, hit C. * em. onweat B. ' hwild R 

' A"* J- ' ^*' "o^neotdti kiora J. ' liiBpan J. " eft/a fiom 
J, t/pam B. 




38 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XVI. ( 3 

andweardan li/es ge on cneftum gt on ahiu ; /orjmm^ hi 
hwilum^(r»ma?/i>/aforcuSes(uin. ii'Kxi,v/e' ger^eg ga>rM'\ 
witon SSEet nanne mon f>as ne fwtoS f se sie strong on his 
magent pe mon gesihS f stronglic sifiorc wjrcS ; ne pan ma, gif 
he hwal biS, ne iweoS nsenne mon P hi hwset ne sie. Her' 5 
endaS sio /orme boc Boetius 7 ongmneS no afttre*. •i'wa 
mseg' eac sc AitamcrtEfl Sset se mon biS dreame[ri], 7 se 
Isececrsert f he bi3 Ijece, 7 jw raru AJ* j^aet he bitS reccere. 
Swa det! ^af se gecynda craft clcum men Sset ^ god ne mag 
btoxi wiS JSe/ yfel gemenged, ne J yfel wiS f god ; peah hit le 
i«/r3 o« anum men sien, J>eah biC tegSer him onsundran. $ 
gec)'nd nyU niefre nan-wuht Hi;tSerweardes Isetan gemengan, 
forSsni heora seg^er onscunaS oSer, 7 segtSer wile bion P tSsBt 
A»/ ^i?, Ne mseg se wela gedonfi se gitsere ne sie gilsere, ni 
Ba grundleasan gitsunga gefyllanj ne se ?in\weald] ne mag 15 
gedon his waldend aifu/Andne. ^_Nu Jwnne nu selc [^«c]eaft 
onscunaC Cset Ssei A/re witSerweard biS, 7 swiSe georne 
tiolaS f hit him f from asmfe, hwylce twa sint })onne 
wiCerweardran b[«to«A him] t>onne god 7 yfel? Ne 
[weorJiaS i/] naefre tosomne ge[_/^jfft/. J?^] {>aem J)u meaht n 
Ong[i'/an, gif pa "gescrlpa Sises andweardan lifts purh kit selft 
heora selfra geweatd ahlon, 7 of heora agttH gteynde gode 
waron, p5n woldon hi simie on pa cUfian ' pe him god^ mid 
vio[rh/e, na/tet' jfei. Ac] ^ler ^xt [hi gode ieo9, Pon 6e](X 
hi Jmrh [pas godan monnes^god gode pe [him god mid wyreS], ij 
7 se bits l>urh God go[d. Gif hine] fwnne yfel mon [hafS, 
pon\ biS he yfel burh [Pccs monnes\ yfel })e him yfel \mid aW, 
J purh] dioful M Husei godes is [se wela] tSonne, Sonne he ne 
mag Pa grundleasan gitsunga afyllan })£es gitseres ; otSBe 
se anweatd,1Sonnt he ne mjeg his waldend waldendne ged<Mi? i" 
Ac hine f ebindatS |)a won welnunga mid hiora unabindendli- 
cum racenlum. %eah mon nu yfelu men anwald aelle, ne gedeS 
se anwald hine godne ne mf[rf<ijmne ', gtf he ter naes, ac 

' uw om. B. ' Thii sentence, omitted by B, U completed from J. 

'grdeBS. 'gtdet}. 'ileqfianj. • naJlt! J. ■• deeftlTi. 
' t'lom J, mtodiimne I). 



XVI. i 4] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 39 

ge[c^]enaS his yfel, gif he sr yfel [icJec';, 7 ged«B hit ?5onne 
sweo[/]oi, gif hit ser nses, For3<em *peah • he ar yfel woldi, " 
//on nyssle he hi he kit swa fullke acy(fde^, ar he fuUne 
airwfald ha/de. pal gewyrd for Pam dysige J>e ge fagniaS 
i/itEl ge motan sceppan pone^ naman, hatan p s<elpa f none ne 
bead, 7 Pat medumnes f nan medomnes * ne beo3 ; forpa hi 
gtcydad on heora endunge, pbn hie endiaff, p hie nauSer iie ' big3, 
forpam nawSer ^ ne it wela ne se anweald ne se weorSicipe ne 
beoS to wenanne p hit seo soPe gesalS tie. Swa hit is nu hra3ost ' 

10 /c secganne'' be eallum pa v/QuAAgesalSum' pe ieo wyrd brengS, 
P nan wuhl on nis tSses Pier lo wilnianne seo, for/aSe baer 
nan wuhi gccyndetices godes on nis Jjks Se ofh\m cume. p is 
on Stem sweowl ^ hi hi symle lo Csm godu ne SeodatS', 
ne Sa yfelan gode ne gedoS Jjc hi hie oftosS to gefiiodaS. 

IS 5 iv*l. I>a se Wisdom Sa ))is \ip€ll\ 5us areaht hsfde, Sa 
ong[fl« hi\ " eft giddian 7 (lus cwjeS : *{JIwtet, we wilort * 
haveke ■walriawnessa 7 kwike hryras 7 unryhthamedu 7 hviilc 
man 7 hwilce arleasnesse se unrihtwisa " kasere Neron weorhte. 
Se hel art sumum cyrre forbarnan aalle Romeburg on anne si3 

lo afler pare bisene pe gio Trogiaburg barn. Hint lyste eac 
geseon ha seo burne, hu lange, 7 hu leohle be Pare oSerre ; 7 eft 
he het ofsltan ealle Pa wisestan witan Romana, ge furSon his 
agent modor, 7 his agene brodor ; ge furSb his agen wif he 
ofslog mid nveorde ; j for Syllecit nas he nanwuht geunrotiod, 

»5 ac teas Py blipra j fagenode pas. Ond Peah betwuh pyllecum 
itnrihlu was"^^ him no Py las underPeod eall Pes middangeard 
from eoileweardii op westeweardne, 7 eft from suSeweardu o3 
nor3eweardne ; eall he was on his amoealde. WensI 3u p se 
godcunda anwealdne mihie afyrranpone amaealdpa unrihlwisan 

30 idsere, 7 him Pare wShhunge geslioran, gif he wolde ? Gise, 
la, gese ; ic wal pat he mihie, gif he wolde. Eala, eaio, hu 

* BoMh. ii. met 6. 'Nooirant qnuitu,' &e. CotL Metr. ii. 

' Onlf a few urordi legible on fol. 16b. * gtcypde J. ' wane J. 

* p mm medemnts from J, om, B, *««,.. nawitr from J, om. B. 

* em. kradett B. * em. secgange B. ' taltum J. * geSeodaS B. 
" he conjecL om. B. " cm. unrikwisa ii. " KJ B, 



40 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XVH^ 

hefig geoc he beilepte ' on ' eali(e pa }>a on his lidu libbendt 
war on on eorSan ; j hu' oft his suxord viaron besyltd M 
unstyidtgu Mode. Hu ne was J>cer genog sweolol p se anaxiM 
Ais agenet Sonces god n<st, /« se god nas pe he loedf) 

XVII*. 
i>a se Wisdom %a pis /eoS asungen Asefde, Sa gesugode ' j 
he ; 7 ))a andswarode * faet Mod 7 fus cwasS : Eala, Gescead- 
li C. wisnes, hwiet, )3U [wajst f '\me nce/re seo gilsung 7 sea gtmagt 
pisses eordlican anwealdes fonvel ne licode, ne ic eallts for- 
svaiSe ne girnde pisses eordlican rices, bulonuola^ ic wthtodt fieah 
7 andweorces lo Pa weorce pe me beboden Juaj to uyrcannt ; p 10 
mas P ic unfracodlict * 7 gerisenlice mihte steoran 7 reccan 
Pone] dwwald f>e me he[Jiesi was. Hwat, pu\ wast f nan 
\mon ne mag] wsenne crjeft cySan \nt ntenne ati^ald reccan 
ne %\.io\ran Am/m'j lolu 7 andweorrif. \p 6iS celces] cneftcs 
andweorc [^ mon] pone crjeft iu/on ' wjTcan [tie * mag. p\ is 
bi6 jjonne cyninges \_andweorc '* 7] his tol mid lo ricsfii»n«,^ 
& ^^bbe his lond fullmonnad ; he sceal hablw« gebedmoi 7 
/yrdmen " 7 weorcmen. Hw let, )iu wast pa:tle butan Jsissan 
lolan '* nan cytiing his fra;/"/ ne mag eySan. $ is eac his 
ondweorc, P he ha&ban sceal lo Caem lolu Pa prim geferscipj 90 
biw(i/^. Jf is pan heora biwist ; land io bugianne, 7 gi/la ", 7 
I C. wapnu, 7 »(?/<■, 7 *<a/o '*, 7 clapas, 7 gehmat pas 3e P>a pre 
^^"'- ge/crscipas ieho^aS". Ne mag kebufanpisHPas lol gehealjan, - 
ne buton Pisa tolu nan para pinga wyrcan pe him beboden is lo 
_,— S0)'Q"rSW£|^ ForPy ic wilnode andweorces Pone amtieald mid to jj 
reccennt, p mine craftas 7 anweald ne wurden '' forgilent 7 
forholene '*. ForpS ale craft j ale anwMld biS sonaforealdod 
7_/e'rsugod ", gif he biS butoa [wisdome] ; fortSsem ne mseg 
* Boeth, ii. pr, 7. 'Turn ego, Scis, inquam,' &c. 
' The second e of besUple is altered to ^. ' 7 wi B. • gtsmgode R 
' andraiorede B. ' Fiom J, la U. • unfraeotlici J. ' iiuiaii J. 
• iulait J. ' niiuB. " From J, vieBrc 7 wiarc B. " ferdmen J, 
" fli'iani (o/aw B. " Fifa J. " «i/»i J. The greater part of fol. 

aga illeg. " bchopgin }„ " From J ; wurde fergiftn jfirhelen B. 
'' fersaiugodK 



XVllLiO I>E CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPMIAE 4I 

\n<m man mpniu] craft brtngan' iu/on Iwi'sdome]; toi^xTnpe 
swa Mva/ [swa purh rftijEig* gedon biS, t mag \hit mon] 
nsefre to cnr/ie [gereean '. f) is ««] hraSost lo secganne, [^ ic 
wilnvde] weorSfullice to libb[a«w pa kwf^t J)e ic lifde, 7 
5 [<5rt'»' ffl/ai] life J>Ein monnum [/o /i^/^w^] Jw ' after me 
wteren min ' gemjmdig ' on godum weorcum. 

XVIlIf. 

5 i. Sa Sis J>a gesprecen was, pa gesugode' f Mod, 7 ko 

Gticeadwh'oes ongon aprecan 7 /«« civap : Eala, Mod, (a/a ' ; 

an'ji/^/ijswiffie"' to anscunianne ; ^ t>/^/^awi5esingal!ice 

io7SwiSe heliglice beiwj'i-7 ealra '\Para monna mod pe ieoff" * 
on heora gecynde geeorene, 7 peak ne beoS to fia hro/e pen git 
cumen fulfremtdra mecgena ; p is Port wi/nung leases gilpes 
7 unryhles anwealdts 7 ungemetlices hiisan godra weorca ofer 
eall/plc. Forpam " wilnigad monige men " amoealdes pe hie 

15 looldon hahban godne Uisan,Peah\ hi his'* unwyr[^rr sien ; ge 
/urd]v,m se ealra [forcuptsta KJiVjnaS J)aes ilcan. Ac \st pe 
wile wisli\Qe 7 geomlice [tr/ter Parn] hiisan spyrian, [Pon] 
ongii he swiCe hrjetSe [^a /»</(/] he biS, 7 hu Isene, 7 hu [tedre, 
7 4]u bedseled aelces godes. [Gi/Pu nw] ^eornlice smeagan 

JO wilt [7 Kii7fln wji7/]_>Tnb ealrje (lisse eorCan ym[5]hwj-rft from 

easleweardfl« Sisses " middangeard(«) oS westewear[rf]ne, 7 

from suSeweardum oS norSeweardne ", swa {swa) )>u 

. liornodest on jjsere bee \>e Astralogium hatte, Sonne meaht 

Jiu ongetan $ he is eal wiS }>one heofon to metanne" 

JS swilce an lytlu. price" on bradum brede", oSjw rondbeag 
on scclde, leder *[wisra monna *" dome. Hu ne wast pup 3u * 
leornodesl on Plolomeus bocii, se lowrat eal/esPists middangeardes 
gemiton anrebec f par pu mihtongeseonp eallmoncynn 7 ealie 

' Bocth. ii. pr. 7, 1. 4 P. ■ El ilia : Alqiii hoc Danm est,' &c. 
' /urttringaH B. ' rffiifr ii, ' gireccanj. * ^om.B. ' min from 
J. otn. B. • From J, gtmynd B. ' geswigtxii B. ■ ea J, ' o« om. B. 
'• mriie miite j, " em.^fljfl B. ^' /or^n J. " vn>rul4mrn ] . 
" kit om. B. " Conjecl./ij B. " Krom B, narSeBicanium C, 

" mtlemtC " lyttl prieu B. " *r<ffliin irn/e B. » Krom J, 




43 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE pCVIILii 

nelenu ne notiga3 nawer neah '] feorSan ' \dales }>Use eor0an] 
tSses ]k men ge[/aran ' magan, /br]/>xm]>e hj hit ne 
[magon M//^c]bugian, sum [/or halo,sum/or\ cile*; /(wne 
niEesian \dal his] haefS sas ofereeten '. [/Jo nu of diaH\ 
feorSan dale an Jw'bb \mod€\ call $ jw sa Ais \ofsiUn ha0\,T i 
eal Jja sceard ])e hio [A/m on ^«]nuinen hsefS, 7 call $ his fennas 
7 moras genumen ha^^S, 7 eall ^ on eallum )>iodum westes 
ligeS, Jionne meaht ))u o[n^('/fl]n ^le fiEs ealles nis monnum 
/ivtne mare laefed to bugianne, [j]uton swelce on * 1^1 
cauertun '. Is f )>onne fordyslic geswinc f ge winnat! 10 
[^0Hi]re woruld lo Son Jieet ge wiI[«]iatS eowerne hlisan 
ungeniet[/»']ce to brsdanne' ofer swelcne cauerlun'; swrice 
$ is tSKlte men '\bugiad Jiisst worulde fuimah swilee an 
prica" for pat o3er. Ac hv'cet Tumcdlices o3de micillicet e33e 
weor^fullices ha:/3 it eowtr gilp /x gt )>ar bogiaS'* on pa ti 
fi/lan dak healfu hndes 7 unlondts, mid sa, mid ftrmu, 
mid talk, su>a hit is " gent\rweA. [To hwon wHnige gt\ 
)x)nne 10 \iw\gemellice p ge\ eoweme nainan \t<Arad<tn oftr\ 
))one teoSan dael, \nu his mare nis\ mid sae, mid \f(Bmu, 
mid eal'^fl » 

5 ii B.iJ3eSenca5 eac [p on <ft\sam lyllan pear[rft:* />e] i« 
aer jmb sprjecon [bugiad'\ swiSe manega )7eoda 7 switSe m/i- 
/*ca ", 7 swiSe ungelica asgjier ge on sprEce ge on })eawum 
gc on eallum sidum, eaira })ara )voda )je ge nu wilniat! svriCe 
ungemetlice [f ge scylmi] eowerne naraan ofer tobrisdan. '^ ij 
ge nffifre gedon ne magon, forSon " hiora sprsec is todjeled 
on iwa 7 (on) hundseofontig, 7 seic ))ara spneca is todaeled on 
manega Jnoda ", 7 J)[a" ««/] tolegena7 todxlda mid sse 7 " \m'd\ 
wudum 7 mid muntum 7 {miitj yennum ", 7 mid manegum 7 
(mid) mislicum weste[««m] *7 ungefenim " londum, $ bit 30 
rurS[tt] cepemen ne ge/araS. Ac hu mag S[(i/-] jjoium" 

■ Boeth. ii. pr. 7. L 13 P. ' Adde qnod hoc ipsam,' &c 
' neliad/urllum luraier J. * /lorBan B. ' gefcran J. ' f^ B, 
' rf a/enelen B. ' an B. ' ca/erlHn B. ' rt geirai/aiiiu B, 

' /net J- " bugiaS J. " ^(V 11 from J, ^I'j B. '" mttliea from 
J,mii/&iB. "/ffrffamB. " em. /iod C, Peada B. " >i eooject. 
om. B. "70m. B. •' /imtium h. "- unge/arum B. "^AiB. 



XVIII. S3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 43 

synderlice anes rices monnes nama euman, Jwnne }«er mon 
furSum Pare burge namzn ne geherS ne Jiaere peode Jx he on 
hafassl biS ? py ic nal for hwilcon ' dysige ge gimaS ' f ge 
woldon eonteme naman tobradan gwnd calle eorjwin ; ^ ge 
5 naefre gedon ne magon, ne furfJum nawer rteah. , Hwaet, f>u 
wast hu micel Somana {rict\ wsea on Marcuses dagii j>ms hett- 
togan ; se wjes oSre naman haten Tullius, 7 }>riddan Cicero. 
Hwset, he cy?5de on sumre his boca Caette ' [mi get Romana 
(nama ne) come ofer ))a muntas, fia * we halat! Caucaseas, ne 

10 5a ScitS&as })e on oSre healfe )>ara munt[a ii^i'JaS furtSum 
f>Ere burge naman ne )3ies folces ne geherd[o]n, ac f>a he 
com serest to Vat^um ', 7 wses fjmr) swiSe niwe ; ac he was 
J>eah Ipxrynibuliin manegum folce switSe egeful. Hu ne 
ongite ge nu hu nearo se eower hlisa bion wile Tpe ge ^xr 

»S jmb swincaS '[7 wnrjihtlice tioliatS to ^^brEdanne f [//icojet ' 3"b C. 
wenstu hu mictlne hlisan 7 hu micelne weorSscipe an ' 
romanisc man mcege habban m J>d londe }«er mon iurSum 
3are burge naman ne geherde, ne ealles Sks _/<jIces hhso ne 
com ? pc-sh nu hwvlc mon vngemeilice 7 ungedafenlice 

» wilnige^ he scyle his hlisan tobrisdan ofer eaJle eorjian, fow 
mag f forSbringan, for}j[flni^] f>ara tSeoda Jjeawas sint - 
[jiM?^] ungelice, 7 hiora geseten[Mj'a] siviSe mislica ', swa 
Ssette \p] on oS[r»ni] lande belsl iica3' f\e f biS hwilum on 
Caem oSnim taelwyrtSllcosS, 7 eac micles wites wyrSe. 

as FortSaem ne mseg nan mon habban gehc lof on aelcum loode, 
\forponde <m\ selcum londe ne licaS f on oSrum licatS. 

%\a\ ForSy sceolde kIc mon bion on' Ssem wel ge- 
bealden f he t>n hit agnum earde licode. peah he nu maran 
wilnig«, he ne mseg furSum f fortSinwgan, forJwem))e 

30 seldhwonne biS ^e auht monegum monnum anes hwxt ' 

licige '" ; forpy wyrS oft '[godes monnes lof aUgen inne on" ' 3'= ^■ 
pare itean peode pe he on hamfast bi3, 7 eae forpaPe hit oft 

b Boeth. il. pr. 7. 1. 40 P. ' Erit igitur penults,' &c. 

■ ntU hwtlct J. * ganymB B. ' f^- ' A B* * f^rBSw" B. 
• « B. ' From J, mislle B, • luede J. * en above line in C. 
" litigt , • . ^ concealed mider the paper mouating. " in J. 




44 ^£ CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XVIIHJ 

swiSe sarlice gtbyrede park ^a] \xAv6[salJ>a J>ara utrt'/era] 
Saet hi for [ieora slawSf 7 for gi\me\efix 7 eac ' [/or receeUtIt 
ywjlelon unwriten \para mtmna Seawas] /hiora dseda,t>eo[« 
hiora dagum] formaeroste \y tveorffgeomusie] wieron. 7 j>eah 
hi [nu eali hiora] lif 7 him dseda awr[t'/M /uE/don\, swa swa 5 
hi sceoldim [^//" hi doh/on], hu ne forealdodon t>a g[rtwifti] 
}>eab 7 losodon ))onccan [^ ^V unzr;], swa Gome swa ^ 
wri[/*riw i^iAw, 7] eac ^a $e * hi ymb wri[/(W, 7 eowpiw^ 
]«ah f ge habben ece \_are gifgt majgen on ealre eowerre 
[Hiw-o/cfc ^^Jeamigan $ ge hxbben [godne Uisait] sefter 10 
eowrum dagam. [Gi/ pu nu\ getelest Jia hwila Jiisses 
\_andu)eardan\ lifes 7 fiisses hwilent/Ariin ' [wi3 J>ai\ ungeen- 
dodan lifes hwi/a, [kwalbiTf] hit (x)nnef Tele nu ^ lengu' 
))[.zre Aw«7«] J)e f)U Jjin cage on bepreman ' maege wiC ten' 
Susend wintra ; )Jon« habbat! {>a hwila hwEethwugu '[onlicu, 15 
/mA hil lylel sit ; p ispdn p hiora irgper haf3 inde. TeU nuJ>on 
P ten Pusend geara, gt peak Jm ma vjiile, wid p tee y ptel 
ungeendode Uf ; pon ne finst pu par nauhi angelices '',/ordam\ 
^ ten • tSusend [geara, peak hit /anjg Since, ascor[/<i/, 7 Pm 
o3res\ naXK' ne cymS \tian ende. ForPee]m ' hit nis no to jo 
[mlanne P gee']Ti6od\\ce-«'&1Si&. \ungeendodliee. _/'fJahJ)u nn 
telle \_/rom pises mjiddangeardes ira\nian o3 3on/] ende, 
7 meie ))onne [pa gear wi3] f 5e nsenne ende nsefS, [Ponne] 
ne biS ]>xt nauhc aniices. [Swa did^ eac se hlisa Jara 
{ot\emterena "• mo«n]a ; fjcahhe hwilum [/aff^ !!*■, 7_/^]lageara 15 
{mrhwu[«(]f^, he ii3/]eah swiCe scort to [meliinne iw'jtS Bone 
|>e nasfre \ne gtendad. 

h 'V '■ 7] K^ ne reccatS 5eah [Arw?*r ge njuht to gode don 
wiS \<enegii opru\ Jiingum buton ^uS Pant lytl<m\ lofe J)jes 
folces, [7 wi5\ \^ra. scorian hlisan J>e we asr_>TOb spraecon. 30 
EamiaS )3a£s, 7 JorsidS Jja crseftas eoweres ingetSonces 7 

1 Boeth. ii. pr, 7. 1. 60 P. ' Vos autem, nisi ad populares aanu,' &c. 

' eat om. B, ' 81 om. B, ' piiei hwilwendlican B. ' Ungt B. 
* So J 1 B. has btprenatt with the tint r altered to w. * ttn fi. 

' aniices J. ■ «ff/re follows (j-rn^ in B. ' tm./i^m B. 



XVAI-S^I DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 45 

gescead •wisness;, [7 Jtw/rfjon * 33a C. 
'eorca mede set fremdra monna 
cwiddunge. Wilniga3^ fiserto Jjsere nudt Pe ge to Goifr sceolden. 
Hwal, pu gekyrdest J>aHe g.10 dagu gdomfi fi an swiSe wis 
5 roon 7 swiSe riire ongan fandigan ■ awes uSwiian 7 hine 
bismrode,_/or5aein he hine swa orgellice up ahof, 7 bodoAt Jmes 
f he uSwita wsere ; ne eyZAt he hit mid nKnum cr<fflu, ac 
mid leasum 7 oiermodlicu ^elpe '. pa wolde se visa won his 
yandian, hwjeSer he swa wis ^-are swa he self wende f he 

10 waere. Ongon hine fia hyspan, 7 hearracwidian *, pa 
geherde se uSwita swiSe gefiyldelice Jses wisan monnes word 
sume hwile ; ac siSSan he his hispjnge gehered hsefde, }>a 
j^lde' he ongean swiSe ungejiyldelice ', Jwah he jer li«/te f 
he uSwila waere. {Ahsode hine pa e/t kmader him puhUP he 

■S upwila ware) Jje naere. Sa and^warode se wisa mon him 7 
cwseS: Ic woldc cwef>[a»] f fm utSwiia wsere, gif {>u 
^\Syldig itiejre 7 gesugian meahte''. [//a larig'\%\i.m wses 
him se hlisa, [la [^] ar mid leasungum wilnode. *[Hu ne ' asl* '-■ 
ycrJbEerst [A* /u /tern'] hie for Ssem anum andiyrde. Hwset 

ao forstod )3[(»i«]e [ijem betsium monnum/f ar us waronp hi 
awa swiSe wilnodon ptrs iddan gilpts ' 7 \>xs hlisan sefter 
heora dea}>e ? otffie hwaZ/ors/tn/ hit ])»w (w nu sindow i' J^ji 
ware slcum [mm] mare )>e[flr/"j* A-] wilnode godra cnefla 
pon leases hKsan. Hwse/ hEftS he a/ /5 hlisan asfler /ks 

15 lifAowfl« ^rtlale 7 J>asre sawle? [//« w] wiion we f ealle 
me[»] lichoTiilice sweltatS, 7 Jieah sio sawl biS Iibb[^nA] ? Ac 
sio sawl fxrC swiCe friolice to hefonum, siCSan hio ontiged 
bits, 7 for ' fjiem carcem* pxs lichoman onlesed bift", I/eo 
forsihtS" fKinne eall [3as eor3ii]c3n [ling, 7 fiegnaSS" |Kes f 

30 hio moi brucan \>xs heofonlican, sitTSan " hio biS abrogden 
from Ssem eorSlican. potine )> mod him felfum gewita biS 
God^J' willan. 

' heanncwiddigan B. 
mihicsl U. ■ gtlfei J. 

" silkts B. 




46 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAB [XIX 

XIX k. 
Da se Wisdom }9a [^»] spel areaht hefde, Sa o\ngaH fu\ 
gyddian 7 tSus singende [cwaS:'] *(Swa hwa sum wilnigt to 
habhenne }>one iddan Misan y pimt unnyitan gilp, behealde he on 
/eower heal/c his hu widgille pas hto/ones huval/a bi9, 7 hu 
neara pare tordan sitde is, peah keo us rum pince. port mag S 
hint seamigan ' Pare hradinge his hlisan, forpam he hint me 
mag /ur3um lobradan oferpa nearwan tordan ane. jEala, 
ofermodan, kwi ge wilnigen P ge underluian mid eowrH swiran 
fi deadiice geoe ? o3Se htvi ge seon on swa idelan geswince p gt 
woldoti tawtrne hlisan tobradan oftr swa manega fieoda ? ptah » 
hit nu gebyrigep Sa ulemestan 3ioda eoweme naman up ahebbem, 
7 on manig Prodisc tow herigm, j ptah hwa wexe mid micelrt 
aptlcundnesse his geb^rda, 7 Pto on tallk welii 7 on ealU 
wlencU, tie se deaP ptah swehes ne rec3. Ac he /orsiehS pi 
aPilo, 7 Pone rican gtHct 7 j/oitt heanan ofswelgd*, 7 raw is 
geemnet pa rican j Pa heanan. Hwat synt nu pas foremeran 
7 Pas wisan goldsmiSes ban Welondts ? Forpi ic nua3 pas 
wisan forpy pa crafltgan ne mag nafre his craft losigan, ne 
hint mon ne mag pon ed on him geniman 3emon mag pasunnan 
autndan of hiert s'tde. Hwar synt nu pas Welondts ban,dSte» 
hwa wat nu hwar hi warm ? 033t hwar is nu seforemara 
7 se arada Romwara heretoga, u was haten Brutus, oSre 
naman Cassius ? OdSe se tvisa 7 fastrada Cato, se wat toe 
Bomana heretoga ; se was optnlice uSwita. Hu ne waran 
pas grfym forSgiwitene ? 7 nan mon nal hwar hi nu tint. 15 
Hwat is htora nu to la/t, butan st lytla hlisa 7 se nama mid 
ftaum stafu awriten? y pat git wyrst is,P we witon manige 
foremare 7 gemynduyrpe weras forSgewilene Pe swiSe feaaia 
manna a ongil. Ac manige licggaS dtade mid eaUe forgilent, 
p se hlisa hitfurSu cu/ie ne gedtS. prahge nu wenen 7 zvilnian 30 
P ge langt libban scylan her on worulde, haiat bi3 eaw pdn py 
bet? Hu necymS se dead Peak, P>eah ht* late cume, 7 aded emu 

' Hoeth. ii. met. 7. ' Quicnmqae goUm,' &c. Cott, M«r. 1. 
' icamtan B. ' era. a/swtlfS B. » ,leaS «b. 1., orer ht eiued. 



XX] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 47 

efdisiewoTulde? 7 kwat forsknl eova pon se gt'lp, huru Jid Pt 
se afUrra deaS gegripS y on ecnesse geha/8 ^) 



XXI. 

£>3, se Wisdom fia [pis leo0] ojungen hsefde, 8a \ongan\ he 
spillian 7 tSus cwaeS : Ne wen tSu no f ic to anwillice winne 

S wits Sa wyrd ; /orHxm ic hit no self nauht ne ondrsede, 
for[/ii hii 0/7] gebyreS f sio lease [w}Td tiaup]eT ne mizg 
ftjem men [ifon] ne fultum ne eac naenne de. [ForPa] hio 
nis naiies lofes wyrSe, '[/erPd] liio Aire se[^^]eq'5 p heo ' i-^a C, 
lanwuhi neb)?/ ae heo omurihS hire !ev/e\m \>an[ne^ hto gtop- 

10 fliaJ] Awre )>eawa3. Ic [wi^Jne tSe[aA ^ ?u] neforstande nu get 
hw»t/f ^ /o cweSt; /orpam hit is vnindorh'e pat ic seegan 
tcilU, 7 »ir hit mie^ u»ea6e mid wordum ari-fran ' swa swa ic 
wolde; f is tSset {ic') wa/' tSsetie* sio v/iiSerwearde wyrd 
6VS aelcum men nyivyr^re Pon sio orsorge. ForCsem seo 

15 wwrge rimle lihS 7 licet _^ man icyle wenan f hio is ° sio soZe 
gesal3 ; ac sio witSerwearde is sio so3e gtsaip, J)eah hwcem 
wca ne ^ytct, forSsm heo is /aslrxA 7 gekat simle fte soS 
bi5. Sio oSru \is Uas\ 7 beswicS m//* hire \geferan,for^x.^a 
hio hif gecy^ self [mid hire hwu\r/M\n^s%e f hio biS [swUe 

to loanco/] ; ac sio witSerweard^ ge[fo/7] gelaereS Eelcne J>ara fe 
bio hi to ge]>iet. Sio o3ru gebinS selc Sara moda Se hire 
brycS mid tSsere hiwunga Tpe (hio) licet f hio sie god ; sio 
wiSerwearde [pon] onbinS" 7 ge/VeoS eeIc [para Pe] hio to 
geSiel, mid Saem J;e [hio him] gcopena^ hu licdre* *[Ptrs " 3611 C 

»5 andweardan gtsmiSa sinl. Ac seo orsorhnts '° gced scyrmicli* " 
nva^" windes ^/" ; sio wiSerweardnes pan biS simk 
untalu 7 want''*, ascirped" mid Pare slyringe hire agenre 

' Boeth. ii. pr. S. ' Sed ne ID« inexorabile,' &. c. 

' CoDJ. On B. ' gtrttcan B. ' Conject. om. C nnd B. ' Apparentljf 
aw C. * tt om. B. • seo H. ' hit om. B. • anbint B. * Itdra J. 
" em. orithnet B. " lam /iW J. " em. suggested by Prof. 

Napier i 8j|/B: n" rending in J. " From J, tvhicu U. '* Orig. 
itKfrrW in B, but theiecood rUianged to/; J Laa asccrfed. 



+8 DE CONSOLATIONE FHILO50PHIAE GBQ 

frtcennesse. A c st'o lease gesceld kio lifiS on last neaJmga Pa /«■ 

hitrt to geSeodaS /](ora ^xra soS[u ' gesitl3um mid hitrt'^ 
oliccunge ' ; sio is\^[erweardnes * /J« /u!^ oft ealle 5a 5c 
\kitre underptoddt bio$ Mcat/j'jnga geiyhS to V\am io0um 
gesal3uni\, swa swa raid angl[^ jfjr ge/angen 6t3\ Dinc5 Se s 
nu f \Jy/fl geslrton j fyUl] eaca Jjinra ges»l[r?fl /tf/fr Stot 
rtSe 7] fios egeslice wiSerweardnes [/f inn^fifj ? f is f hio 
swiSe hraSe Sa [mod fie gtope]nn^ Jsinra getreowra f{/-]eonda 
[jMf] )jin[a 6onda, f |)u hi m/'hl swiSe sw«>tole' (ocna«-an? 
Ac ])k["j Icasan ^f]sEel5a, Jjonne hi 5e from gewilalS, ))onae m 
nimaS hi hiora mtn nnid him, 7 lietaS ' Jjine feawan gclreowan 
mid 5e. Hu woldes 5u nu gebycfiyun /(/] ]>u gcsslegost 
waere 7 f)[f/K^/.f;* w]o wyrd swiSosl [onj'mne willan Wode]i 
mid hu m[icti<iH ''/'to woldul pu pa habhitn gebohtp 3u stoiloU 
i6b C "tihtfsi locnawan pine f rind" j 3in( fynd^ ? * Ic xeatieahp tj 
bLioui here, 3u kit voidest habban mid midan feo '" geboht p Su hi euSest 
wel toscadan. peak pe nu pinee p 3u dtoriv}/r3e/foh" /orlorea 
habhe, pu hcefst peak micli diorwjrSre mid geboht ; P sinl 
gefrioive friend ; Pa3u miht nu iocniiivon, 7 wast hwat pu kii^^m 
hafst\ Mwael, $ \isP tallra deorweolr^mx fioh. ^H 

XXI >", ^B 

\pa se Wisdom pa 3is'\ spell assd hierde, [Pa ongan ht 
giddigan^*] 7 Jnis singende [(Twot^^; {An sceppend is httian 
alcum twton, 7 se is eac weaidend heofones 7 eorSan 7 talra 
gesceafia, geseivenlicra 7 eac ifngesrwenlicra ; fi is God a!- 
mihtig, pa 3emvia3 ealle pa pe 3eon>ia3,g' 3a pe runnon ge pa i; 
Pt ne curtnnn, ge Pa 3e hit wi/on P hie him 3eowia3 ge pa 3t hst 
nylim. Se ilea gesetle unaicendendlicne sido 7 peaivas 7 eac 
gecyndelice sihbe eallH Ms gesceaflU, 3a pa he wolde, 7 sum swa 
ht wolde, 7 swa lange swa he luolde ; pa nu seulon staitdaaj^ 
teorulde. Data unslillena geseea/ta slyring 

- Boeth. ii. met. S. ' Quod laundu^ ,' Sec. Cott. Melr. 
' spfan J. ' /irre J. ' tleeungt B. 
• From J, ranililt B. ' From B, ladai C. 
•Jitnd]. •' mitU^h "fiak]. 




XXI] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 49 

weorSan gestilkd, ne eac onuxnd 0/ Pam ryne 7 0/ J>art 
endefyrdnesse Pt him geset is ; ac st anwealda haf3 ealle his 
gesceafia swa mid his bridle befangene 7 getogent 7 gemanodt 
iwa p hi nauper ne gestillan ne moton, m eac swiSor siyrian 
5 pan he him P<bI gtru his wealdleSeres ioforiat. Swa ha/3 se 
almihliga God geheaSorade ealle his gtsce/la mid his anwealde 
pal hear a ale win3 wiS oSer, 7 peah wrtE3e3 o3er, P hie ne moton 
loslupan,ac biod'' gekwerfde eft to J>d ikanryne pe hie ar urnon, 
7 swa weorSad e/t gtedniwade. Swa hi hitfagiatppa wi3er- 

10 weardan gescea/ta ag3er gt hie betwux hi winnaS, ge eacfasle 
sibbt betwux ' him healdaS. Swa nu fyr de3, 7 water j sa y 
eor3t, 7 manega o3ra gisceafta pe beo3 a swa unge3wara 
betwux him swa swa hi beo3 ; 7 Peah hi bead swa gepwara 
Patle nop an pat hi magon geferan beon, ac Py fur3or p htora 

\lfur$um nan buton o3rii beon ne mag. Ac a sctaip wi3erwiarde '~ 
P o3er wiSerwearde gemetgian. Swa nu hw/3 se almihtega 
God swiSe gesceadwislicej swi3t limplice geset ■p.gewrixU eallii 
his gescea/ta. Swa nu lencten 7 htEr/est : on lencten hit 
grew3, 7 on har/esi hit wealwa3. 7 eft sumer 7 winter : on 

3o sumera hit bi3 wearm, 7 on wintra ceald. Swa eac sio sunne 
brings leohte dagas, 7 se mona liht on mht, Jnirh pxBS ilcan 
Godes miht. Se ilea /orwym3 para sa p heo ne mot pone 
peorscwold o/erstappan Pare eorpan ". Ac he ha/3 htora 
mearce swa gesetle p hie ne * mot heore mtaree gebradan o/er 

J5 pa stillan eorpan. Mid pa ilcan gerece is gereaht swiSe antic 
gewrixle pas flodes j pas ebban. Pa gesetennesse ' pa he lat 
standanPakwilepehewile. Ae ponne ar Pe he P grmealdleder 
forlai para bridla Pe he 3a gescea/ta nu mid gebridlode ha/3:fi 
is* SCO widtrweardnes pe we ar ymbe spracon : gi/ he pa lat 

30 toslupan, pan /orlataS hi pa sibbe 3e hi nu healda3, j win3 
htora ale on o3er a/ler his agenH willan, 7 forlataS keora 
ge/erradenne, 7 fordo3 ealne 3ysne middaneard, 7 weor3a3 him 
sel/t to nauhle. Se ilea God ge/eg3 mid /reondradenne /olc 



5° 



DE CONSOI^TIONE PHILOSOPHISE 



fXXI 



iog<Edrre, j nnkigseipas gesamnaS mid chcnlicn biff. He 
etgirderad fritti! 7 gfferan p hie gelreowtice heora sibbe 7 heora 

frtondradeime healdaS. F.ala Ple J>is nioncyn waregesalig, gif 
heora mod wart siva rikl 7 swa gislaSelod 7 twa gtendtbyrd 
mra swa jia odre gescea/la sindoti.) Her enda^ nu seo a/irti 

/ro/erhoc ' Boeties, 7 onpinS sw [iridde. So Boelios »a 






e W3SS hereioga Romai 



XXII " 



§ i. fla ae Wisdom |ja Sis lio5 asuiigen liiefde, Jsa liseHe 
he me gebundenne mid Jiare wynsumnesse his si\n\ges,fi ic 
his] WEES swiSe wafiende 7 swi[(fr /wjstbare {/line) 10 gcheranne 10 
mid [/nn^]«earde mode, 7 \ia fulhra.'Se {Strs (f] cicopodc to 
him 7 (jus cwjeS: [Eala, H'MJdom. )>u Se eart sio hch[xJit 
/rojfer eaira werigra moda' : hu ]•» me hcfst afrefredne wg- 
I'er ge mid fiinre smeaKcan sprrece, ge mid [jinre wynsum- 
nesse fiines sanges. To fi^m fu me hsefst n[n] areine ' r; 
7 ofercumene mid )>in[rc] gesceadwisnesse, f me nu Sinc5 
tS[£r/]te no f an f ic \3as] unwyrd Titx^nan *mag $e mt an 
bccumm is, ac}>eah me\ giet mare fretenes' on becume,ne rtwt!e 
ic nje/Ve ma f hit butan g[fKjyrA/S j«Vl : forSEcm ic wat f ic 
[moTan 7 htfigran] wyrSe wiere. \Ac ic woldf ymbe jHmt\» 
Iscedom \J'ara pinra lara hwent mare] geheran- P[«A /« 
nu fiwtne mr j(s]de f ]>u wende ^ ^j' woldon me swtSe bilefe 
))incan, nf ondrade ' ic hi me nu nauht ', ae ic heora fom swiS; 
gifre EEgCer g[f] lo gcheranne ge cac to geliealdennc, 7 fe 
swiSe georne bidde f fm hi me gelfeste, s,[u-a swa 3u me'\ nu 13 
lytic ter gehete. p[(j cw<e3 se'] Wisdom : Ic ongtat sona [Ai 
?H jtfa we(\ geswugodes 7 swa lusllic[; ^/Atrjdest mina lara, 
f {)U woldest [mi'rf] innewearde mode hi ong[(*/i>n] 7 smea- 
gean. ForSa;m ic geanife/ede siviSe wel of> ic wisse hwH 
[/« itjoldes/] 7 hu {)u hii underslandan woldist, 7 eac [>)' Jo 
furSur ic tiolode swiSe geornfuIDce f )iu hit forslaDdan 
° Boetii. iii. pr. I. ' latn canlum ilia tiaiuenU:,' Sex. 

' afltrrr fre/rOiK J, = gihaltii V>. ' 
' /mcann B. * tin. ondiade B. ■> me n 




XXIII] DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE 51 

meah[j1;] '. Ac ic ))e nu wUle secgan hwilc se [/is]cecr£eft is 
mtnre lare })e ]ia me nu bitsC. He is swiSe biter on mu3e, 7 
he )>e tirS on 5a }>rotan *[p3n 9u Ais <Erast fandasi ; ac he]* 39*" C. 
weredatS ' si5?an he innan biS 7 ' jwj3« ' /I'Se on Ssm iwnotSe, 
5 7 [iWf'JSe swiSe [jiw^fe] to bealcetenne '. 

§ ii. "* Ac [/ter 3u ongcale ^]wider ic Se [«b] tiohige \lo 
iadtnne', ic walj 5e1 J)U woldcj/ \jwi3e gcorne pidcr fundian 
7 jTCi^r- swiSlice bton mcded mid /Jaere gilstmge, forpa ic 
gtherdc P 3u ar smdcst ^ Jw fiti;?* geornfuU araere kit to 

iQ gehyranne. Da cwfetS f Mod: Hwirfer wilt Su me («« 
swi3ost') kedanf Da andwyrde t,io Gesceadw[«]nes 7 
cwieS ; To [/]aem sotSum gesselSum ic tiohige Saet [iV /f 
irrfr-], )j£er' Jiin mod oft ymb [raswcS 7 eac'] meet' ; 7 ^u ne 
meahles gyl ful riA/n]e weg aredian to tSEem [j(>5'«m 

i5^Ma]eISum, forSon' )>in mod [iftcj a*«]god mid Siere 
ansene " J>issa [Icasena'] gesaelSa. Da cwseS f Mod : Ic [^]e 
^ulsige f }>u me oSewe butan [celcu A^jeon.hwset sio soSe 
gesselS sie. Da fwaeS sio Gesceadwisnes : Ic wille foHustlice 
for Sinum luAim; {ac"] ic sceal be sumre bysene sume 

JO anlicnesse Jwere wisan {Se) getsecan, \oS] Se ]mbI )>ing cuSre 
sie, to ISxm f ]>\i \>3^ bisne sweotole " gesceaw[if?, 7 /i»(]ne 
be ]>ffire anlicnesse (jara [soSena 'gesalpa 3u mage ongilan pa • 4°" ^■ 
soJan gettsl3a, y forlcctan''* patte htm ^iyer'\v:fi3.iA biS; f sint 
)>a leasan gesa[</3^a ; 7 Jx)nne mid ealles modes geornfuUa[n] 

=5 ingetSonce higic " f Jm mjege becuman lofia ^waslSum Jie ece 
JnirhwMflt'isd'. 

XXIII ». 

SA se Wisdom Sa Sis spell arad^^ hafde, pa ongan he eft 
giddian, 7 Sus " ewaS : (^Svia hwa swa wille sawan toestmieere 
land, alio arrest 0/ Sa purnas 7 pa fyrsas 7 P /earn 7 ealte Pa 

" Boeth. iij. pr. i. 1. 14 P. ' Sed quod to te andiendi,' &c 
° Boeth. iiL met. i. 'Qui aerere,' &c, Cott. Meir. lii. 
' From J, mihleil B. ' Be weredaS J, wercdaS B, ' innaB 7 

bieH. 'em, swle B. ' beUinian B. • ladanni J. ' ^ B. 
' kmrai^ 7 '"c mai J, rasoiA 7 eaUmel 6. * farfam B. " aniin^ B. 
" ^tp^ C. " From J,fir!at B, " A»i»i« J. '* From J, areit B. 
'* ttu Bus B. 



52 



DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXni 



weed f-e lie gesio p pa aceru dfrigen, p se kwale mage Pji Ut 
■weaxan. Eac is Seas bisen lo geSen^enne, p is P aleu mm 
PincS hunigts biobread py weorodra gif he hwene <Er bittres 
onbirigS. 7 e/l smylle weder bi3 /y Panat)}TSre gif hit hwertt 
ar bi3 slearee slormas j norSanwindas 7 micle rmas 7 snawai. 5 
7 pancwyrSre biS eac pat dages leohlfor pare tgalican piastre 
pare nihit, pen hit vtmre gif nan niht nare. Swa bi3 eac 
micle pe winsumre sio so3e gesa:l3 to hahbenne efter pa eormium 
hisses andivcardan Ufa. 7 eac micle Si eS pu miht pa soSan 
gesalSa gecnawan 7 to hiora eySde becuman, gif Su artit [o^ 
awyrtwalasl of pink mode 8a leasan gesatSa, 7 hi of atihi oS 
3one grund. SiSSan pu hi pan gecnawan miht, 3onne wot iefi 
3u ne wilnast nanes oSres pitiges ofer Pa.") 



XXIV p. 



J 



5 i. [pa he pa'] Ip'is leoS asungen h[trfde, p]i forlet n 
})One sang. [7 gesu']agode ane hwile, 7 on[gann] smeaUce 'j 
(wncan on his modes inge'\iance, 7 f!a' cwreS; M\c deaClic 
man swencS hine ^Ifwe [mid n/(i///]cum ' 7 mEenigfealduin 
ymb{h<Pgam, 7 Jieah wibiaS ea//e \3urk M/.f/jlice ' paSas 
cuman to anii ende ; [p is] f hi wilniatS j^urh ungeliw 
earnunga cuman lo anre eadignesse; f is jwnne God; [se] '" 
is fnima 7 ende Klces goodes, 7 he h sio hehste gesalS. Da 
cwaeS 'Sxt Mod : ' Da;t me tSinctS sie $ hehsle good ', [Pa/]te 
mon ° ne [Sur/e nanes oSres gedes\ ne eac \ne recce ofer fi, 
siS^on] he f hEebhe [p is hrof eallra oSerra] good[u / forPa 
hit eail oSru god''] ulan be/t'A?, [7 eati oninnan him] hseftS. H 
N»re hit [no p hehsle god''] gif him ainig [butan ware, for]- 
Jjffim hit J>onn[«] haerde " \.[o wihian]ne sumes goodes Jie hit 
[sef] nsefde. pa andswarode sio [GM«]adwisnes 7 cwsetJ; 
DkI is' swiS[^ sw/otoi] ^ SkI is sio hehsle ges[«'^, /oz-jStem 
hit is fegSer ge hrof [ge for] ealles goodes. HwieC is Ssi 30 
[pan] buton sio selesle ges[(r/5', pe 3a] o^ra gesxMSa. ealla on- 

f Boelh. iii. pr. i. ' Turn dctixo paalukm uisD,' &c. 
' Sut B. ' miilimm J. ' tnisliie J. ' tirl . . . gMd gone from 
top of F0I. 4ta, bat wriClm at botlnm of fol. 40b in n nioilcrn htnii. 
^pmnaaB. ' /rf/r }. ' jwi/J. 'Aa/A/mB. • iiom.B. 



XXIV. S a] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 53 

[mnan Aim] ^egaderaS, 7 hi utan ym^Aa/J', 7] oninnan 
him gehelt, 7 him nanes ne biS wana, ne he nanes nedfiearfe 
axK, ac hi cumaS eall of him, 7 eft eall to him, swa swa 
call waetru cumaS of Caere sre, [7] eft cumaS ealfe ' to Csere 
5 sie ? Nis nan to Zxs lytel iewylm ' f he f« sae ne [^«]8ece ; 
7 eft of tSaere sse Ae gtUnt in on Pa eordaxv, [7 jw]a he biS 
smugende geond jia eorK[i7« o3 Ae\ eft cymtS to Ssem 'ilcan* * 
3i'HG\lme pe At or ulflemi), 7 su)a eft to Part sa. 

5 ii 1. i^is is «]u bysen /lara [sopena gtsalSa ; para\ wilnw? 

10 [ea/le dcaSUct men to begilannt, PeaA Ai Surh mislice wtgai 
Sencan to cumanne. Forpa agh^ek man iiEbfS [gecyndelic god 
on A/ra] selfum, for[>i ale mod wilnad Jo]tSes godes to \begi- 
tannt ; ac hit biS\ amerced mid [pa lanum~\ godum ', forCsem 
hit [*/?] ofdalre* Sasrto. ForS[a sume menn wenaSpal p « 

1 5 seo seltste gesalS p mon seo swa welig p he nanes binges maran 
ne durft, 7 wilniaS hiora\ woruld aefler [/i. Sume men wenaS 
P p sie pal hehte god p he sie Ais ge/erU Ais geferena weorffost, 
7 eallon ma]egene tSaes tiolaS. Sume iwnaffi f Sset hehste 
good iie on pa hehj/an anwalde; (la vi\\nia3 offer twega, oKSe 

io hiiiiselfer(«i'a»,o5SehitoSaeraricenafrfona!j«j#(rgel)iod[ti»]. 
Sume })onne tiohiaS ^ Sst beist sie ^ mon sie foremxre 7 
widmjere, 7 haebbe godne ' hlisan ; tiliaS Jionne })ses KgtSer ge 
on sibbe ge on gewinne. [^Manege tella^S f ti<j] m£est[j<]m 
goode [7 lo maslere ^]esKl5e \P mon sie simle blide on pis ' 

J5 andweardan life, 7 fuJga eallum Ais lustH. Sume Ponne pa pe 
das welan wilniaS, hi his wilnia3 forpa pat hi^ woldean 3y 
maran airweald habban, p he miAle^ py orsorgiicor Sissa 
woruldlusta brucan, 7 eac Pas welan. Mane]gn " sint ])[ffra pe 
forpi wilniad an]waldes ])e Aie \woIdon ormaie feoh " gega\- 

joderian; oSSe \efi pone hlisan Aw]ra naman hi \wilniaS p Ai 
gebradan\. 



4 Boeth. iii. pr. 1. 1. 13 F. ' Est ecim mentiboa hoininum,' ftc 

' ymh/eM J. ' eallt eumoB B. ' awtlm B, ' ilcan i«w[ 

writtm >t bottom of fol. 41s in & modem band, cf. p. 5a, note 4. 

» ^adum}. • em. by JnniDS, ^Wii/re J,^flie/«B. ' htak be gane '^. 

' em. it B. • meahie J. '" manega B. " jfijA J. 



54 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXIV. J 3 

§ iii '. On swilcum 7 \on oZrum sweku /i;]num 7 \aex>sendu ' 

\vi€0T'9$cipu\ selces mennisces \modes ingepanc ii?] ^ffiwcnced 
mid tSasre geor[n/tt/nrwf 7] mid tSEere tiluntya ' ; wenS [/on] 
p hit habbe sum healic {god" gestryned^ jjonne hit hiefS 
genumen * [yitrj yo/fM] o/^mnga ; 7 ' me JiincS f hit [AtcWr- 5 
ge]bohl sume swiSe leaslice [m^r^r?]. Sbw? /iliaS mid 
micelre [fw]rnfulnesse wifa, forSjcm ■f he Jjurh &et msege 
mast bearna be[|?i*/]an, 7 eac wynsumlice Ubban. D[fl 
^rfrjiewan friend Jronne ic secgge sie 5»t i/wmyrCeste tSing 
eaira Jiissa weo[r'a/(/^*'j(E/]t5a ; Jia nesint furSum ' [ioteoruld- 10 
godii to /f]llanne, ac to godcundum ; '\forPdseo lease vyrd hi 
na/ort nt bring$, ac se God pe hi getyndelice gesceop togemagi. 
Forjtamde akes odres pingct on pint worulde man wHnaB. 
o33e /orpape ht mag purh P to amvealde cumati, o3$e lo suma 
waruldlusif, butan Pas getremoan freondts ; pone^ mon lu[_/i2? i-i 
kwiiu for Ittfu 7] for \x\o\wum,ptah hi him] nanra oSerra 
[/tzwa' newene. jP] gecynd gefaegS' \j gelim3 pa friend] 
togadre mid [swi3e unlodeledliere /]ufe. Ac \mid piss& 
aw]ruldgesieWSum 7 \mid pis (TnrfK'^]ardan welan mon 
[wyrf^'o/'jtorfiond ?5onne frwnd. \Bedisan* j be] mEenegum 23 
})iHicum mag \b«m eal]lu motinum cu5 Saeite \eaUe pa 
/lirjumlicnn '" good bioS {o\\cudfan\ Sonne tStere sawle crxf/a^c. 
\^Hwal, tve] wcnaS Sset men bio py strencra" }>e he biS 
micel on his lic^nmnw. Seo fjegernes Sonne 7 sic hwjetwM 
J)3[«j] lichoman geblissatS Sone mon 7 ar[^]t, 7 sio hffilo hine 15 
gedeS lusSbterne. On eallum Sissum lic[um]lica " ge- 
S2eli[^]nes3a men %\eca3 anftalde'] eadignesse Sses S[e him 
dined, forpa •/*" aghwdc man swa kwirt swa he ofer talk 
odre ping sviiSosI !ufa3,p he kohha3^* p him sie beist, y )>at 
bi3 his hehste god^^\ pon he pal 3un begilen hafS, pmy 
tihha3 " he p he mage beon swiSe gesahg], Ne " onsac[^ 

' Boelh. iii. pr. i. 1. 38 P. 'In his igilar ceteritque,' &c 
' hi reosenJii B. * From J, lielunga B. ' geed J. ' gmiuniun B. 
' cW B. ' /uiUm B. ' kana J. ' gifeM B. ' flit J. 

'• ¥rotaJ,li(iiimtiianK " ¥iom J, ilrangraB. " From 

J, ii^am/i<uri B. " Topofrol.43» C partly gone, partly ill^blc. 

"rtoAiaflJ. "goeJJ. " tinAAatl ]. " i C. 



XXIV. §4] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 55 

ic nauht p da gesceWa] 7 {seo) ^ eacl'gnes [^te pcEi Jiehste ' 
god^ pises] andweard[<7« li/es ; forpd de^ or^Jhwilc mon* 
tiohh[a^' p p ding beisi] sie ^ he swiSust [o/er odre ping 
/i/JfaS ; 7 |>onne he \tiohhdd p he sie\ swiSe gesaelig gif \he 
5 pcEt begHan mcpg'] Saet he )>onne swij>us[/ willnad Hu ne] is 
^ ^ nu genoh openlice g[eeawad] |?ara leasena gesaelSa aniic- 
[nesy] p is )>onne aehta 7 weort^scip[^ 7 awJwMld 7 gielp 7 
wonildlust? [-ff^ pd] woruldluste Epeccurus^ [se udwi]i3i 
saede, Jja he ymb ealle \_/fas od^ra, gesaelSa smeade J>e we 

10 [cBr nemjdon ; )>a saede he f se lust [ware] f hehsle good, 
forSaem eall[^ pa odru] good )>e we aer nemdon olec[fa^/5] 
mode 7 hit retaS ' ; se lust 1So[nne '° ana okcys tSaem lichoman 
an[« swiSost, 

§ iv8. Ac we iju]\\\\ad] nu giet spree [awj^/w^^ manna gecynd 

15 J ymbe hcora lilunga. *pa nu peak hear a mod 7 ^^r<z gecynd * 43 b C 
J/]? adimmad, 7 hi sien onp ofdcele asigen toyfele y pider healde^ ^"""^ *^'"** 
j^^tf^ A/' wilniad pees $e hi cunnon 7 magon pa^s hehsian^^ godes '^. 
Swa swa o/erdruncen man wai p he sceolde\ to his huse [7 to 
his rcBsUj 7 ne mceg pea^ "Sider [aredian, swa biS eac pa | 

20 mode \^pon hitbiS ahefigad\ mid Saem \^ymhogii pisse\ worulde; 
hit bits [mid Pa hwilu ^^rjdrenced 7 gedw^[/(C?rf to pd ^^ p hit 
ne mcpg'le full rihte** [aredian io gode], Ne )5incS )?eah Jwe 
[OT<wf««;^ ^/'] auht mearrigen J5e [/d?j '* wilniaf] to begitanne, 
^ hi maran [w Bur/rn] tilian ; ac wenaS ^ hi mce[gen '' <ra//f "] 

35 |>as good gegadrian togcedere, [pcette nan] butan ))aere gesom- 
nunga [ne sie], -^3^1011 ))onne nan herre " good [ l>dii] eallra 
]?ara deorwyrtfestemi [^/«]ga gegadrunga to hiora [anwealde] 
Saet he nanes Singes buton [pam '• ne] J>yrfe. Ac Saet nis^ 
nan [man pi]t sumes eacan ne Syrfe, [buion G^]de anum ; 

30 he haefS on his [agenH gen]o%y ne Searf he nane[j pinges 
bu/on] Saes pe [he an him selfU hce/f], We[«j/ pu nu p da 

■ Boeth. iii. pr. a. 1. 49 P. *■ Sed ad hominum studia renertor/ &c. 

* em.peo B. * em. hehte B. ' good], * ^ J. ' mann B. 
• tehhaJb B. '' ff^ B. ■ epiccurus B. • em. r^/ C, J^/a^ B. 

*• Conj. jj^ B. " em. hehtan B. " goodes J. " gedweald to don ] , 
** ry^/ B. " mearrigende Pa$ B. " em. Ajw a^(f« B. *' m// J. 
" em. ^^<J C, heora B. '• conj. butatn for ^w/^n 3<rm. B. 



56 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXIV. J 4 

dysegi'anpe ' 'tbenaSpttp 3ing sie cflcts VKorSsripts * belsl wyr- 
'' deptehi' mfiitmasi ottgiton magon ? Nese, ntsi, Itwaip hit 
His no to fontom. Hu mag p yfel htnn pie akes mmaus 
inge/iane ■wen3 ^]le good s\ir, j refter higad, 7 wilnaS te 
if]^ianne? Nest. \tm hit na yfti ; p is p'\ hehatc good. 5 
\Hivi nis nu ametaid lo\ lellanne to \sumu para hfhsfena'\ 
goda Jiisses [andweardan lifts? HitXFSer] f nu sie to 
td\iz[nne waclic 7 untiyi] Siette nylwyfCos[/ i> ealira pissii] 
woruldfJinga, f is ^[mveald f HwatSer* nu\ good hiisa 7 
forema[i?rn<'j seo" for^ nauht to tellenne? Nese, nes[^/ nts \a 
hit nan »] cyn % mon Sset for nau[A/ telli\ forCxmtie «!c 
mon wcn8 \Ppbetst'\ sie f he swiffost lufaS. Hu nc '\wilen\ 
we f nan nearones ' ne nan t\arforSti\ ne nan unrotnes ne 
nan sar ne \nan\ hefignes nis nan ges^lS ? Hwset J^urfon * 
we nu ma ymbe fia gesslSa sprecan ? Hu ne wat selc mon ij 
hwjet 6a bioS, 7 eac wat f hi" bioS f hehste good/ 7 JvuA 
wets (/iiineaX) tclc mon on swi& lyllum (lingTim [Sa j]e!eslan 
gesa;15a ; for]?tem he [waiSp ke^ hi f>onne ealle hasbbe, gif he 
[ha/d p p hepdn swi'^ost wilnaS '[to begitannt. p is Son p 
hi swiiost wilniad to begitanne : wela 7 wtordscipe 7 riet 7 le 
pisse worulde wuldor 7 gilp 7 woruldlusl. &sses eailes hi 
•wilniaS, forpaPe hi wenaSp hie purh Pa ping scylon begitanp 
him ne seo" nanes u'i//an ivana, naSer '^ ne WfOrS]sc\pes ne" 
[anwea/Jes ne/brenKerneJsse ne blisse. Dss eailes hi vihiiaS, 
7 wel dof) f hi \>xs [wiiniaS], }>eah hi mis[t/ice " his wiliugin. jj 
Be p^ Jjinguin \inon niieg sweotoU ottgitan\ f selc mon [pas 
wilnaS p he miige\ J hehsle god'* [begitan Peer hi liijf] 
gecnawan mca[htan, o33e on riht] secan cuSen ; ac [hi 
hit ne secad ii»] (lone Khtestan weg ; [hit nis on'] piste 
worulde. 3° 



' dysicnde J, ' em. 'jicorscipis B. 

em. hTi«ider B. ' sis J. ■ ttau om. J. 
Sa B. *" sU J. " nauBer J. " 
' fippu.^Sd, but ikccenl not clcnr. 



1*1 from J, mo. B. 



A 



XXV] DE CONSOLATJONE PHILOSOPHIAE 57 

XXV t. 

Da se Wisdom pa dis^ spel asaed haefde, Jja o\^gan he efi\ 
singan 7 }>us cwaeS: {Ic wille nu mid giddu gecydan hu zvundor- 
lice Drihten welt eallra gesceafta mid pa bridia his anwealdes, 
7 mid hwilcere endebyrdnesse he gestdSoldd 7 gemetgad ealle 
5 gesceafta ; j hu he hi hcsfd geheadorade 7 gehctfte mid his 
unanbindendliciL racentiiy p celc gesceaft bi$ healdon locen wid 
hire gecynde^ pcere gecyndepe heo to gesceapen weSy buion monnti 
7 sumU englU ; pa weordad hwilU of Mora gecynde, Hivcet^ 
SCO leOy peah hio wel tarn se, 7 fceste racentan habbe 7 hire 

10 magister swiSe lufige 7 eac ondrcEde, gif hit csfre gebyred pcBt 
heo blodes onbirigd^ heo forgit sona hire niwan taman^ 7 
gemofid PcBS wildan gewunan hire eldrana. Ongind pon ryn 
7 hire rcuentan brecan^ 7 abit (Brest hire ladteow^ 7 siddan 
cpghwcet p(Es pe heo gefon mceg^ ge monna ge neata, Swa dod 

15 eac Tjuudufuglas'^ ; Peah hi beon wel atemede^ gif hi on pam 
wuda weordad y hi forseod heora lareowas 7 wuniad on heora 
gecynde, peah heora lareowas him pon biodanpa ilcan mettas 
Pe hi CKr tame mid gewenedon, don ne reccad hi para metta, gif 
hi pcBS wuda benugon ; ac pined him wynsurep him se weald 

ao oncwede 7 hi gehiran oderra fugla stemne. Swa bid eac pa 
treawu pe him gecynde bid up heah to standanne, peahPu teo 
hwelcne boh of dune to pcere eordan swelce pu began mcege^ 
swa Pu hine alcetst^ swa sprincd he up y wrigad wid his 
gecyndes. Swa ded eac seo sunne ; peah heo ofer midne dag 

25 onsige 7 lute to peer e eorpan, eft heo seed hire gecynde 7 stigd on 
pa dcpglan wegas wi8 hire uprynces, 7 swa hie ufor 7 ufor 
o^e hio cymd swa up swa hire yfemest gecynde bid, Swa ded 
cbIc gesceaft ; wrigad wid his gecyndes, 7 gefagen bid gif hit 
cefre to cuman mceg, Nis nan gesceaft gesceapen dara pe ne wit- 

30 nigep hit pider cuman mcegeponanpe hitcsr com^p is to rceste 
7 to orsorgnesse, Seo rcest is mid Gode^ 7 pcet is God, Ac cbIc 
gesceaft hwearfad on hire self re swa swa hweol ; 7 topd heo swa 

* Boeth. iii. met. a. * Quantas rerum/ &c. Cott. Metr. xiii. 

^ em. wudufugas B. 




58 DE CONSOLATIOS'E PHILOSOPHIAE [XXV 

kW€ar/a3p heo e/i cume pirr hioar was, 7 beoP ilceP hio ar 
V3(Bi, dontcan de fue utan behwer/ed sie p P Ma ter was, 7 do 
PP heo ar dyde.) 

XXVI n. 

§ i. fla se Wisdom 5a [dis &ii?aj«n]gen ' hsfde, J^a on\gan 
he e/i] spellian 7 Jjus cwkS : [Eala, Ajwst, ge eortSUcan s 
men ', 5eah g[i; m]w selfe nu don neaium gelice i[or eow]te 
dysige, hwKl, ge {>eah magon hwsethwugu ongitan sweice 
eow m[iE/]e be eowrum frumsceafle, f is God ; tSone sotSan 
fruman 7 f>one soffian [m]de [.r/rrjre gesae!Se ge ongitaS, 
Jjeah ge [6ine fuUicc\ ne oncnawen ' ; 7 swatSeah \sio ge- 10 
cynd eoiv Iih3\ to Cffim andgile, '[ne eow teohS* swiSe manig- 
fealdgedwola of j>d andgtle. Gc3cncdS nu hwirSer men mtegm 
cuman lo Pa sopum gescElSum Purh pa ' andweardan gtsielSa ; 
forpaSe fuUneah mile men cwi3a3 p se seo ' sg gesalgos/a se Pe 
Pas eorSlican gesal3a] ealla hEefS. lHwis3er nu micet\fioh 15 
oSSe weorS[jt<jfc o33e call] \>es andwearda wela \mage amgne 
mtm] don swa gesailigne [p he nanes Pinges m]aran ne Jtyrfe? 
\Nese, nese ; ic wal pal p\ hi ne magon. Hwy \ms hit 
Port on] \y swiSe sweotol \p pas andwea^Asxi good ne sim 
no [/rj so3an go\ii ', forS£em))e hi ne \magon j^/Zjan (jeeI 'o 
hi gehataS? (/4c licella3 p hi gelaslan ne magon, pSn hi 
gekataS) )3S \pe hi lufian\ willaJ 5a so5an gesielf/a/ 7 
akogaP\ him J)eah ma 5onne \hi him ^<]!£esten, forSaemSe 
hi heo[/-fl nabbap^ ma )56n hi heora hsebben. [Gepenc Pu] 
nu he 5e selfum, la, Boetius, kwa3eT \)m sefre auht unrot '5 
wjere J>a })a |)U gesselegost waere, oSJSe hwae5er Jje aefre 
seniges «e!an ' wana waere Jia 5u maestn[« iwibff hafdest, 
o3de hwader pin woruld *pa ea/l ware af/er Piitu willan f 
'pa andsworode Boetius 7 cuxed : Nese, la, nese; nas ie 
ntBfre gil none hwile swa emnes modes, pas Pe ic gemunan mage, jo 

■ Boeth. ill, pr. J. ' Vos quoque o lerreni animalia," ate. 
' asuncgen J. ' hwa has vitorSlUan tittn B. ■ gicnettoan B. 

' tihSl- " hs}. ' tic}. ' gvod]. ' wil/an B. 



XXVI. §2] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 59 

p ic eallunga ware orsorg^ p ic swa orsorg wcere p ic nane 
gedrefednesst ncefde; ne me nafregit ne licode eallp ic wissie ^, ne 
me na/re ncBS ealles swa ic wolde^peah ic his mide\ Da and- 
^'^o\rode se Wisdom 7 cwcbS: Hwi^ naere Su lSo[nne^ g^nog earm 

5 7 genog'\ unhydig ^, \\eah Pe dufite p du welig wce]re, J)onne 
[^u o^er tw^a, o^e hce/desi] f Su noldes ©"SSe [ncB/desi p du 
woldesi]} Da andswarode BoQi[ius j cwcciS : Eall me] waes 
swa swa Su saBd[«/]. {^a cwced se Wisdom : hu ne hid cclc 
mon genog earm pees de he nce/d, port hit hine lyst hahban /^ 

^op IS sod, cwced Boetius, pa cwced se Wisdom : Gif he pbn 
earm bid, ne he pon ne bid eadig ; fordi he eac wilnadp he habbe 
p he nafd^py he wolde genog habban, pa cwad Boetius : p 
is eall sod P du segsl,) [£>a cwccd se Jf/'jjdom : Hu ne 
hcB/desl \^pu Pon pa ^^rJmSe *, Sa t5a Su welgost \w(Ere ? 

15 i)a aw/jswarode ic 7 cwced : Ic wat -f )?u \sod segsl\ f ic hi 

haef(£/<?. Da cwaeS se Wis[</^ ; Hu\ ne J>incS me Sonne nu 

p [ealle pa wjelan )?isses middaneardes [ne mcr.gon'] gedon 

aenne mon weligne^ \swa weligne\ f he genog haebbe 7 no 

[maran ne] Syrfe ? 7 swaSeah hi [hil gehalad alcu]in Sara 

20 ^e hi hCB^/d.* pa cwced ic : Nis nan ping * sodre Pon p du* 47a C 

^ . gone. 

§ ii ^. pa cwced se Wisdo : Ac hwi ne earl pu pon his 

gedafa ? Hu ne mihl pu geseon cbIcc da^g p da slrengran 

nimad Pa welan of^pd unslrengH ' ? Hwi bid elks celce dcpg 

25 swelc seo/ung 7 stvelce geflilu 7 gemol 7 domas. bulon p celc 

bil PcBs reaflaces pe him on genumen bid, odde efl odres gilsad ? 

pa andswarode^ ic 7 cwced: Genoh ryhle pu spyrasl ; swa 

hil is swapu segsl, pa cwced he : For disU pingii bedearfcelc 

mon fullume^ *\lo eacan him selfu, peel he] maege gehea[ldan * 47b c: 

30 his welan, i>a cwce]V ic : Hwa dS[scecdpces ? Da cwced he : ^^!^^\^ 
Gif he «fl«]ht naefde \pces de he ondredep] he forleosan [por/le, gone. 
pon ne •] Sprfte he no maran [Jullomespon] his selfes. Da cwaeS 
[ic : Sod pu segsl]. Da onsac se Wisdom \sarlice 7 cwcl\s^ : 

^ Boeth. iii. pr. 3. 1. 33 P. * Quidni fateare,* &c. 

* wisse J. ■ Conj. ton B, * unki9y B. * From J, earmtie B. 
' para J, * an J, '' em. unfsirengum B. ■ andwyrde J. 

• pdn he ne B. 



6o 



DE COmoLATIONE PHlLOSOFHIjiE [XX' 



vqH 



Eala, f me jiyncS vi'^Zltrweard Jjtng] ic/ces monnes gewunan 
7 ffil[fM monnei] willan, (re ' ic nu secgan wille ; [P h file] 
)wnan })e hi liohhiaS J h[/ scylan cat/Jigran weortSa», f lii 
weor5[<j?/(?/i^« ifujrmran 7 eargran. ForSjem [^(/"Ai'/y/A-j] 
hwset habbaS, )Jonne bef/uA/iin Ai ;* Af'] oleccen freem »fler 5 
{/riSt* J'c iEnigr\e wulile mare h[o^?/ jaw Ai Jyr/']ea, 
sa[m hi nf puTfon,hiwiUad }ieak. Hwaris Pan sto gftnelgutig, 
oiSt hum hir/il hi. o33e hwotine cymS hto,fi fieo mage *adrt]\A.a 
|)a yrmSa from 5ie[m ' welegum] eall[w»]ga? Swa he mare 
h\<T/3, swa] he tna monna' oleccan sceal. [/feteJSer |» 10 
wdegan nu ■axhc tie [Ain^r/^r "], ne ne Jiyrsle, ne ne \caU*f 
Jc vxnt] l^ah f ];u wille nu \cwe3an fi 3a loc^gan haebben 
mid h\w5 hi magen pccf] call gebetan. [Acfieah 3u nu noa] 
cwaede, hit ne mago\n 3a wclan e/lun]ga. gebeian, ]5eah [ii 
sume hwili] msegen. Fort5Km)?[f hi sculon a;kt dag] yean f ij 
mon alee dcrg [u-anaS; Jbr/iamjpe sio mennisce waedl [3e 
tiit/re ge]fy]kd ne bi8 wilnaft" selee [dug ^(ncjjliwugu ' fijsses 
woruldwelan, [a-g3ir'] ge hrasgles ge meies ge dr^yncei gt] 
monegra j'inga lo eacan [J'd. /VrJSjBm nis nan mon swa 
welig [/ he] maran ne Jiyrfe. Ac sio [gi/tung] ne conw 
gemet ', ne n^rre ne biS g[c]healden on t'tere nedSearfe, ac 
wibat! S)rale maran ])on«e he Jmvie. Ic nat hwi ge 
fultruwiaB Siem hreo[j]endan welan, nu by ne magon eowre 
[K']redle eow from ad[<»]n; ac [ge eca3 eewre] wsedle ' mi<i 
Stem Ce hi eow [/o cumaS. ij 

§ iii *. Sa j]e Wisdom tSa fis spel * [asad hafde. Pa ongan 
he efl giddian '", 7 pus\ singende cwae? : {Hviele /remu by3 
p3 welgan gitsere p he gegaderige ungeri pissa welma 7 alers 
gimcynnes gcmg btgik f 7 Peah he en'ge his land mid pusend 
su/a, 7 Peah call 3es middaneard sie his anineaUe underSeoded, 30 
ne lal he his nanwuht of pis middantarde mid him mart Pin 
he brohle hider.) 

■ Boeth. iiL met 3, 'Qnanmis flnenle,' &e. Colt. Metr, xii 
» / B- ' em./ree B. ■ S^m conj. om, H. ' ma'nSi B. 
* tale }. ' So J, i!ti^l/:tv(s U. ' giiu'el B. ' ermSe B. " 




XXVII. Jj] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 6i 

XXVII I. 

§ i. [Sa'] se Wisdom tSa Sis lioS a[jBB]geii hzefde, Sa 
ongan he [5/?] spellian 7 cw»S: Tu* jjing [mag «] weorS- 
scipe 7 se anwald [gedon\, gif he becymC to |>2em dy[j^ff«/ 
A]e m»g hine gedon weorSne [7] andrysne oSnim dysegutn. 
S Ac (Jonecan })e {he) tSone anwaJd forlset, (o3^e ' « amveald 
hint. Jinn ne htS he nau3er Pa dysegan as weor3 ne andrysne *). 
HwElSer nu se anwald h^bbe Jione Jjcaw Sat he astificige ' 
unSeawas 7 awyr[/]walige ' of ricra nionna [M]ode, [7] 
plantige Bser craeft[aj wi/ /ir ivai] 5eah f se eorSlica 

10 [amveald ntBfre *ne sauiS pa cra/tas, ac'' lis3 7 gadraS* iS^'^- 
undeavMS ; 7 p<mm hi gtgadrad hts/d''. Pan ' itnuad he hi, 
nallas ne hiI3 ; forpa dara rtcra monna unffeawas manigc nun 
gestod, forPa^e hi manige cunnon, 7 manege him mid deo$\, 
ForSaem we sy[mk seofia3 ymhe\ tSone anwald [7 hine eac 

^i/orstod,pon}ae we ges[w?^ he cynt3 lo pa a^]rrestum 7 lo 
\)\d pe us umoeorposle] bioS. For 5a:m [pitigu was gio Pal 
se\ wisa Catulus hine [gebealg 7 swa «»]gerrEeglice forcwseS 
N[c«i'w] )>one rican, forS:em he hine gemetle sittan on gere- 
nedura scridwane; fortSasm' hit wees 5a swiBe' micel sido 

10 mid Romwarum f '° }>£r nane oSre an " ne saeton buton ]>a 
weortSestan. pa forseah se Catulus hine, /oiZy he ftferan 
sittan sceolde ; forK»m he hine wiste switSe ungesce[a<Af]isne 
7 swiSe ungemetfestne. pa ong^M se Catulus him spigelian 
on; sc Catulus was hereloga on Rome, swiSe [^^Jsceadwis 

15 mon. Neforsawe he [no pon]t otSerne swa switSegif he nan 
[rice fu «ffi]nne anwald [na]efde. 

§ ii y. iivfx[per Pu nu mage ongilan\ hu micelne " *[«»- * +9'' ^■ 
weordscipe w] anwald brengS [pa unmedeman\ gif he hine 



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forlat aod ktm^er ■ line erased in C. * em. amfysne B. 

' aify/f'ig* B. * wyrtvialige B. ' oc . . . hafB from J, om. B. 

■ jfsn B, • firSam . . . imSe om. B. " tiiitip B. " From 
J, «» B. " mieii C. Top of ftiL «b left blank. 



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under[_/t]hS ? forffiwn sices nionres yrel biS ^y openre gif 
he anwaid hsefS. Ac gesege me nu, ic ascigc Se, |>u Boelius, 
hwi" Jnu swa wwn/^feakl yfel hiefde 7 swa micele une[^»]essc 
on )?<ini rice, [33 hwile fie 5u \^hil A]iKfdest, o55e forhwy J>u 
hit [f/t] ))inuni unwillum fotlele f Hu ne wasS Ju f hit lues 5 
for nanii oSrutn 5ingum buton forSKiii]w Jiu noIde[r/] on 
eallutn tSingum bion geJjwEre ]?:es unrihiwisan cyn[/n]gcs ' 
wiljan piodrices? forffasmffe 5[h] hine ong[M/]e on eatlum 
[//w^h] unwyr^Cwf] J>ses* 3.n\weal)!es, nviSe sitamleasne 7 
ungejiviafne^, bulon ahu godu^ J>e<nvt. ForPa we ne magan '° 
nauht eaSe scegan p Pa yftlan dm gade*, f>eah hi aitaxald 
habban. Ne wurde /» 3eah na adrifin frnm Stodrice, jw ht 
dt na ne/orsawe. gifl )'e [licode his dysig y his un]rilitwtsnes 
swfa we! swa his dys^it] deorlingum dyde. \Gi/ />u nu 
gesa\wc sumne swiSe \wisne man J>t hti/]At swiSe gooda 's 
[iferhyda. 7 ware'] ]jeah swiSe earm 7 %{wi3e ungesirJ(g], 
hwxSer ¥u wolde cweSan [;* he ware^ unwyrSe anwealdcs 
7 vieo[r3scipes'\f Da andswarode Boc/i«s [7 cwaS: JVese, 
/<!,'] nese; gif ic hine swilcne [gemeie' ne] cwseSe ic n^fie 
Sat he sie un[aA'Dr?-'] anwaldes 7 weorSscipes, ac [isites] nic " 
SincS f he sie wyit![(-/c ow] ]jisse worulde is. Da [riwz^wj 
Wisdom: .^Ic crsft ha:f5 his [janjdorgife, 7 Jw* gifc 7 
fjone' veolrhcijpe ]pe he hscfiS he forgifS [jit'/'iJ?] hneSe 
f>Eem' )« hine lufaC Sw[a swa iwi'Jsdom is se hehsta cnefi, 
[7 si" hcr/ff on hijm rpoweroSrecrseftas; ^[ara is an wixrtei'pel, '» 
offer geraetgung", ^[ridde' is ellen. ftorSe rihtivisms. Se 
"Wisdom gedeS his lufiendas wise 7 lueoTte " 7 gemtlfasU 7 
gepyidige 7 rihlvise, 7 ir/fCf ^ootj " peawes " A; g'/yliS pone^ 
pe hint iufa3. pat ne magon don Pit 3t Pone anweald hail^S 
pisse worulde ; ne magon hi nanne crtr/t /orgi/an Pa de hine " -3° 
lufiad ofhiora welan. gif hi hine] on [he<>ra~\ ge[tynd^ nahM. 
Bepl^m is swiffie sweo[/o/^ da rican on yijaem womldwelan 
\nahba3 na-nne jwrajdorcrieft ; ac [him ii^" se wela u/Jane 

' fines B. ' era. UHgnvirrne B ; the tu vs 9 oriij. f. 
' gocki J. ' meile J. ' Pafigepone B. ' aliS Jiara B. 
' nillguHgS. "• Wicre }. " goeiili ]. " an-ftawi 

" era. W» B. " Ai J. '" as from J, on " 




XXVIL S 3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 63 

cumen, 7 he [ne mag uian\t nauht agnes habban. \Gedenc 
nu fefjaeSer aenig mon bio a"5e * \unweordrd\ J)e hine manige 
men [forsean ^ ; gt]{ ))onne aenig mon a [/^ unweof^iz biS, 
}x>nne biS aelc [</>'w^'] man^ \>y unweortSra J>e he [mare] 
5 rice hcef^ aelcum wisii [men. Be /]aem is genoh sweotol 
[p se] atrweald 7 se wela ne maeg his [wealde\[idi * gedon no 
^y weortSran, [ac he\ hine gedetS Sy unweorSran • [Pe he\ 
him to cymS, gif he aer ne [dohte, Swa ^/]S eac se wela 7 
se anwal[^//*] wyrsa^ ^^ se ne deah \^ hi[«^ ah; tp^jSer 

10 hiora biS Jjy [forcudra gif hi hi gemetad. * b ^^ h 

§ iii*. Ac ic pe mceg cape gereccan he sumere bisne.p du 

miht genoh sweotole ongiton P dis andwearde lip is swtSe anlic 

scead€y j"^ on pcere sceade nan mon ^ ne micg begitan pa sodan 

gesalda, Hu wenst du nu ? gif kuoelc swide rice mon wyrd 

15 adrifen of his earde odde on his hlafordes cBrende fcerd, r>w]t5 
^o[nne ' on celSeodig folc peer peer] hine [nan man ne can ne he 
ne CBnn]e • mon, ne [fur^H p gedeode ne] can, wenstu maege 
[his rice *°] hine )?aer on lond[^ wyrdne gedoti ? Ac]\q wat •}> 
he ne maeg. Gif [pbn se z«;<:(?r^]scipe )?aem welan gtcy[nde 

20 wcere, 7] he his agen waere, oSSe eft [se wela ^as] welegan 
agen waere, lpOT\[ne ne /w^Jahte " he hine no forlaet[tf«. WcBre] 
se mon on swelcum lande sw[^/r^ he] waere ]?e hi ahte, Sonne 
wae[r^ his] wela 7 his weorSscipe mid hi[;7/. Ac for]]2^m)pe 
se wela 7 se anwald his [agene ne] bioS, forSy hi hine 

25 forlaetaS ; [7 forSype] hi nan gecyndelic good on \\\[m 
sel]iMm. nabbaS, forSy hi losi[tf^ swa swa] sceadu otSSe - 
smec. peah s[^ leasa wena] 7 sio laedelse )?ara dysi[^^«iz 
monn]2i tiohhige f se anwald [7 se wela ^'] sie -f hthsie good, 
ac [hit bid *eall oBer, pon pa rican beod oder iwega^ odde (?« * 6^b C 

30 (cldeode^^ odde on hiora agenre gecydde^^ mid gesceadwistt monntiy ^^^^ ^^^• 
pon bid CBgder ge pa wisan ge pa celdeodegan his wela for 

■ Boeth. iii. pr. 4. 1. 27 P. * Atque ut agnoscas,* &c. 

^ OyB. ' forsioO J. * dyii B, dysig J. * mon J. 

* From J, anweald B. * above line in C, wyrsan B. '' porfam 
on Cam nan mon J. • Conject. fon B. • nanne J. *® his wela 7 
his rice J. ** Conject. mihte B. " 7 se wela from J, om. B. 

« ^//4f«</^ J. '* cydCe J. 



« 



64 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXVIL 

nauhl, si'SSan hi ongitaS P hi naron/or nanii crix/te gfcorent', 
butm for dysges fokes hertnge. Ac />ar hi ctnige wuM] 
ag[«r-j o33e gtiyndeiices godes an^ Arojra Yunweaide hw/don.pdn 
his/dfn] hi ^ mid h[(>w, Jnah hi pal rice/orle\ten ; ne foriet[(»i 
Ai7iojSgt/ryndelicfgo]od^,!ic simle him [jvofdf p ^^ean] / bi s 
symie weortfe [gedtm, waron hi c]n swelcum iande swylce \hi 
Kwrron]. 

5 iv ■. Nu 5u meaht ongitan $ se \wtht 7 « a]nwald nsenne 
mon ne magon [on elUnde^ weorSne gedon. Ic nat ]Jeah 
Su [mvti? /if/ hi\ on hiora agenre cySf e ealnc[t(rc^ niirg'oi] ; 10 
ac Ceah f>u his wene, ic wat [^ At h« nwjgon. Hil waes gio 
giond ealle Ro[ffi(jnfl m]earce $ herctogan 7 domeras, [7 /a 
ma^Jmhirdas ]>e f fioh hioldon ]ie [mon /a]m ferdmonnum 
ongeareseIia[«Jrtc/A, 7]J)awises(aa* witan, hsefdon m2es[[w 
iworJjscipe ; nu Jwnne oSer twe[f a. o33e\ jiara nan nis. oSSe 15 
hi nKnn[(r weorpscipe] nabbaS, gif hiora asnig [is. Svja AH 
biS be\ aelcura ]jara fnnga Se ag[rt( god' 7 'gecyndelic naihal 
on him sri/u ; o3rt kuitk hit hi3 to laknne, o3re hwile hil US 
ioheriganm. Ac hwal pincS J>e pan on pawclan j on amoeaide 
vjymumts o33e nytivyrpn, nu hi nanes Singes genog nabbap, tie jo 
hi nauhl agues'] goodes nabbaS, \iu nauht purAwunigfud^ 
hiora wea]d[fH(/K sellan na magon]? 

XXVIII K 
J>a se Wisdom Ja [Sis spell asad hafdc\, 5a ongan he eft 
giddigan " 7 P"^ cwteS ,-j {iBeah nu se unriktmisa cytiig' Neron 
hine gescyrpte mid eallii Pam wlitigestH wtrdS 7 mid eelees eynws »i 
gimmit geglaigde, hu ne wcs ht Ptah a/ai wi/ii laS 7 unweorS, 
7 alces unSeawes 7 firenlustts full ? Hwat, ht /tah vtorSode 
his deorlingas mid miclH welu ; ac hwttt was him 3y btl? 
HweU gesceadwis mon mihie ewej/an fi he a dy wtorSra a 
Ptah he hine weorSodt /) 

■ Boeth. iii. pr. 4. I. 37 P. ' Sed hoc npnd extenti 
k Boelh. iii. mel. 4. ' Qnalnuis le tjrlo,' Sec. ColC Melr. 
' gteonnne J. ' goodis an J. ' goal J. ' in 




XXIX. i I] DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE 65 

XXIX 0. 

5 i. i>a se W[«]dom [/a] ]ris leoS a[jwn]gen hx^de, fia} 
ongan fie ef[/ 'spelligan' 7 Pus cvueS: Hwidtr pu nu ivtne* siitC. 
p pas cyninges geferradtn 7 sc wela 7 se anwtald pe he gifS 
his dtorlingH mage eenigne mon gedon Tveb'gne o33e wealdendtte? 
S j^a andsworede ic 7 doal: Forhwi ne magon hi? Hwcel 
is on Sis andwea\TAa.n !if[^ wynsQre 7 beUre^ Jjonne Jjks 
[cyninges /i>lga3 7 kis'\ neawest, 7 siWa[n wela 7 anweald f 
Pa] andswarode se [Wisdo 7 ewaS : Segr] me nu hwieSer 
[pu a/re gehyrdest] f he aengum Sa[rfl pe or us w]£Bre 

•o eallunga ])urbfaw»ofll'; o531(] wenslu hwjeSer hine \rEnig par^. ' 
[«]alne weg habban niEege [pe hine] nu haefS? Hu ne was8 
tSu f[ie ealle i]ec sind fulla Jrara biesena \^para\ monna J>e 
ser us waeren? 7 ale [mon itw/] Jjara )>e nu leofetS Saelle 
[manegu] cyninge onhwearf se sXi\weald\ 7 se wela [o]S ^ael ' 

*5 he eft wearB [ic^rf/a]. Eala ea, is f ' Jx)nne forweorS[y'«/Ai-] 
wela Ji' naujjer ne niaeg ne hin[j ji'^f ^]ehealdan ne his 
hlaford, \lo pari] f he ne )iyrfe maran ful[/a]mes, oBSe hi 
bioB begen forhealfrfen] ? Hu ne is Jiset Jwah sio eowru 
[hehs/]e geSEclS [para] cyninga anweald ? *7 ]>c[ah gif pa * 53" C. 

^o cyninge aniges willan] wana biS, f>onne lytlaS tSset hia 
an[iwfl/rf], 7 cc5 his ermSa ; fortSy bioS simle Ja ^©^[rja 
gesselSa on Bumum ):dngum unsEelSa ". Hwset, fia cyningas, 
Jieah hi mxnig ger' )iioda wealden, ne wealdaS bi )>eah 
ealr[a] ]>ara ]w hi wealdare woldan, ac ' biotS fort5£eni swtSe ' 

35 earme on htora mode forSy hi nabbaS sume ]>ara \t hi 
habban wolden ' ; forSaem ic wat J se [rcjning )« gitsere 
bits, f he hEei?! mar[a]n* enntSe ])onne anvald. ForSam 
cwaeS gio sam cyning Jjc unrihdice feng to rice ; Eala, hwjet - 
Cxt biS ges^lig mon )>e him ealne weg ne hanga€ nacod 

JO 8weor[rf tfjfer See heafde be smale "* firEcde, [«m «ii]a me " 

° Boelh. lii. pr. 5. ' An ocro regna,* &c. 

' ifittlioMj. • i>Me;rB. V»b.l.m C. ' PeB. ' ungeialSa B. 

* suinij^ra for manigger B. ' at . . . nwii'iiii erased Bnd written afresh 

in C, bat not on the enied portioo, where the writiDg a still bintl; 

vititde. * ma B. ' marm J. ■" tmaloH B. " w* a 




66 DE CONSQLATIONE FHILOSOPHUE [XXIX. i i 

git symle* dyde? Hu JrincS [pt nu], hu J)e se wela 7 se 
anwald licigf, \nu hi\* naefre ne biotSbuton ege [7] earfoSii 7 
sorgum ? Hwffit, ]3U waest ' f ffi[/r fcjninc TOlde bion butan 
Jnssum, [7 iabb'\3.n })eah anwald gif be meahte ; ac ic wat ^ 
he ne maeg; fy ic wundrige forhwy hi gilpen swelces an- 5 
waldes. Hw»5er Jw nu frince f se mor * in[t«/<w ajnvald 
*hahbe 7 kV jim7« gesalig J>e n'mle willnaS pa\s ))e he begitan 
ne mjeg? OtStSe [Kv]nstu f se sie switfe gesselig })e symle 
mid micle ' werede fiertS, 08& eft s[*] 8[(f] segtSer ondned ge 
Jjone fw hine ondrEe[/] ge }x)ne ))e bine no re ondrast ? :o 
HwffitSe[/'] }je nu )ii[«]ce $ se mon micelne anwald hxbbe 
Jie him selfum SncS ^ he nsenne nsebbe, (jhw sum mt maiugi 
men 3inc3, P he nattnt niriie) bulon he hsebbe msenigne man 
J)e him here? Hwiet wille we ma nu ' sprecan be ISxm 
cininge 7 be his folgenim, bulan $ ae!c gesceadwis man mag 1; 
witan f [iij bioS full eanne 7 fut unmi'htigtP Hu magon 
]>A^ cyningas oSsa[f]an oSSe forhelan heora unmeahte, 
J)[(t]nne hi ne magon iiEenne weortSscipe fortSbrengan buton 
hiora [Ay]na fultume ? 

§ iid, Hwfct willc we{MK)e[//M'wc]ggean beSaem )>egnimi to 
bttl[on P] f Sier oft gebjreS f hi weo[r3^a?] bereafode slcre 
are, ge furCum Jises feores, from hiora leasan cyni[jyf] ? 
Hwael, we witon f se unrihtwisa [cyning] Neron wolde hatan 
his agenne magister 7 his foslorfaeder acwellan, ]jks nama 
was Seneca ; se waes uSwita. pa he )« onfunde f he dead 'S 
bion [iceo/ife'], J>a bead he ealla his sehia '[w0 hiifeore ; /a 
nolde se cynitig f>as enjfon, ne him his feores getinnan. Da 
\he J>a\ f ongeat, ))a geceas he (Ai) Jx>ne dea?S Saet ^me'mon 
ofieie blodes on tSaem earme ; 7 Sa dyde mon swa, Hwaet, 
we eac geherdon [/«■/] Pap(in)ianus wses Antoniose " Sasm 30 
casere " ealfra] his dyrlinga " besorgost, 7 ealles his folces 
[mas/ne^ anwald hzefde ; ac he hine het gebindan [7 sufdan 

* Boeth. iii. pr. f , 1. 13 P. ' Nam qaid ego de legam funillariboi,' &c 
' amU gWB. ' em. Ae B. 'So C, vmil B. ' man om. R 

' mieilon B. * n» man B. ' }a om. B. ' tUet from J, oni. B. 

* From J, hi B. '° ontonioM B. " kastri B. " dterlinga &. 



XXIX. » 3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 67 

«/sltan\. Hwset, ealle men witan ]>aet se Seneca fix{s 
A'Jerone 7 Fapinianus Antonie J>a weorS[M/]an 7 )» leofostan, 
7 [nKEj/«] anwald htefdon ge on hiora hircde ge buton, 7 
)>eah buton aelcre scylde wurdon fordo[«. Hwal\, hi wil- 
5 nedon begen {tallen magtni) $ Sa hlafordas n[a]man swa 
bi\'Kt swa hi hsefden, 7 leten hi Jibban; ac hi ne menhten 
J begitan, forCaem fiara cyninga walhreownea wies t[o] Ssem 
heard f hiora eaSmetto ne ineaht[D]n nauht forstandan, ne 
hum heora o(|'wmc/]lo dydon ; swa hwEetJer swa hi dydon 

10 [ne rfdjhte him Sa nawSer, J)eah hi scold[on] f feorh ielsetan'. 
Forfffem se 5e his [izr /(V/]e ne tiolaS, fonne bitS his on tid - 
untijad '. Hu licaS ])e nu se anwald 7 se wela, nu Cu gehered 
hsefsi ^ hine mon nawSer ne' butan ege habhi.n ne masg ne 
Torlxtan ne mot, Jwah he w[(y/^] ? OSSe hwaet forslod "[j« • 54b C. 

i s mrnigu para frconda pi deorhngu ' para\ cyninga f oSSe 
hw£et forslent hio eenegO men ? ForSon ' Jia frend cumaS 
\m>J\ JjEem welum 7 eft mid Sxm welan [gewilaS^ buton 
switSe feawa. Ac Sa frend \_pt A/]ne xt for S^m welan 
luhaS })a ^e\ivila3'\ eft mid Jjaem welan, 7 weorSaS [^onjne 

to to feondum, buton ]» [_/taKian] Se hine xt for lufum 7 fo[r] 
treowum lufedon ; fia hine woldon /eah lufian Seah he earm 
waere ; l>[o A]im wuniaS. Hwylc is wirsa wol oSSe snegum 
men mare dam Jxjnne (^r;) h^bbc on bis geferrffidenne [7 o]n 
h[i']s neaweste feond 7 ' freondes anbi-nesse ? 

15 § iii ". Da se Wisdom Sa ' Sis spell areahi hjefde, J>a ongan 
he eft singan 7))uscw£eS: {Se' Pe wUle/ullue anwtald agan, 
ke sctal ttUgan ' areU P he habbe aniveald his agents modes, 7 
tu si'e lo angeriienlice underSeod his unpeawu, 7 ado of hu 
mode ungerisealice ymbhogan, j forlate pa seo/unga his evrmpa. 

y)peah he nu ricsige o/er eallne middangiard from easlnveardu 
o3 westeweardne, fro Indtu, p is se sudeastende pisses mid- 
daneardes, o3 Zmt Hand pe we hataS Tyle, P is on pa norSwesl- 

• Boelb. i!l. met. 5. ' Qni se Dolet,' &c Cott. Metr. xvi. 

■ So C, a/nfaN B. * unhdB. ' m om. B. ' diartingum ]. 

> ftrttim B. • So B Md C. ' fla om. B. ■ em. B* a * liliiii B. 



68 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPIltAE [XXDL^H 

enJe Jiisses middaneardes, Jtter ne iff naw}>er nt on sntrura 
nihl, ne on wititra dag : peak he nu J/ies ealks vxaidt, na/3 
he tut pi maran anweald gif he his ingtpantts anweald naf3 
7 Sif ^ ■*'"' "' warenaS wi3 Pa unPeawas pc we ar ymb 
ipraicon.) f 

XXX*. 
§ i. Suse Wisdom )ja ]>as fine asungen hffifde, Jm ongon 
he eft seggan spell 7 cwtetS : Is f ungerisenlic wuldor Jrfsse 
wonilde 7 swiSe leas ; be Biem wies gio singende suni sceop- 
|ia he forseah Jiis andwearde lif, 8a cweeS he : Eala, wuldur 
jiisse weonilde, ea, forhwy J>e halen dysige men mid leasre '" 
siemne wuldor. nu Su nane neart ? ForSKmSe ma manna 
hajfS roicelne gielp 7 micel' wuldor 7 micelne weorSscipc 
for dysiges folces wenan, fwnne [hr ^ajebbe for his gewyrh- 
[um. Ac sege' mc nu hwst ungerisenlicre sie Konii[<] 
f, offSe forhwy hi {tie) mtesen hiora [ma] scamian )x)nne 'i 
fjegnian, Tponne b[;' ^ r;]hera5 f him man on Iih5 f peah men 
nu '\h7Vone godra" mid rihte hrrige] 7* so5 an segge*, ne 
scea! he na [/ir] • hriejjor to ungemellice faegnian %[as\ folces 
worda ; ac ]wes he sceal f2egTi[/an] ' Cact hi him soS an' se^faP. 
peah he nu [/trj] fsegnige f hi his naman brsedcn. ne [liif\ " 
he no (jy hrteSor swa brad (svja) hi tihhaS, [/]or5a;m (^0 
hine ne magon lobriedan gwnd ealle eorSan, ))eali hi on 
sumu lande ma;gen ; fortSrem ])eah he sie anum gehered '. 
Jjonne biS he offirum unhered '" ; (leah he on fam land^ sie 
msre, fwnne bi!S he on o(Sr[uw BH]ma;re ". ForSsem is )rcb >S 
folces h[/i']sa %lcum men for nauhl to habbanne forCsem he 
to selcum {mm) ne cymSS be his gewyrhmm, ne huru nanum 
ealne weg ne wunaS, Ge|:enc nu srest be Jsaem gebyrdum, 
gif hwa JKes gilpS, hu idel 7 hu unnet {se) gylp biS ; fortS[a] 
JjckIc mon wat $ ealle men of" anum fjeder comon/of anre J* 
meder. OStSe eft be Jjks folces hlisan 7 be hiora heringe"; 



an sexge 
kcrotlb. 



Boelh. iii. pr. 6. 'Glorin aero,' tec. 

' g^tg* B. * msdra J. * 7 eonject. oin. B and C. 
I. B. -ly]. ' rr»m ;. ' «* B. " ffiiirod II. 
" From J, ^sse B. " Appar. S/C. '' ktrigt B. 



XXX. ti] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 69 

ic nat hw»s' we ]Mer ^agn'\K^. peah Ca' nu foremaere sien 
)« \_folcitce mm A]eria8, J)eah bioS fa foremEerran 7 
rihtlicran to heriann[« pa\ Jw biotS mid crseftum ge- 
weor8[ofl'rf] ; forSaemJje nan mon ne bitS mid \\ihte^ */or oSres * ; 
5 gode ne /or his craftii no py marra ne no Py gekeredra *, gif 
he hint self ncpfd. HwaSer pu heo a Py fagerra for odret 
manner fageref BiS mm ful lytle py bet peah he godne 
fader hcebbe, gif he self to nauhle ne mag. Forpa ic larefi ilu 
fagenige o3erra\ monna good[« ° 7 heora a3elo to Pon'\ swiSe 

10 ^ }ni ne [tiiige de ielfum agnes], fortSiemJie x\\ces motmesgod' 
7 hit] se^elo bio8' ma o[npd modepon] on faem Rtes[ce. p 
an ic watpeah godes '] on Jia aeSelo, f maenig[n« mon sceamap] 
f he wiorCe wyrsa ]x»n[«« his eldran] vixioa, 7 forStem 
higaS eaJl[£>«* magne] 8aet he wolde Jiara betst[oia jamw] 

15 fieawas 7 his craftas gefon'°. 

§ iiB. LAfl se] Wisdom Ca ])is spell areah[/" ha/de], J>a 
ongan he singan ymb f i[/rt " 7 cwaff ■] (Hwcet, ealle men 
hmfdongtlicnefrumanJorPa hi talte coman of anu fader 7 of 
anre meder, 7 ealle hi beoS git gelice acennede. I^is f nan 

JO wundor.forpape an God is feeder eallra gesceafta forpd he hi 
ealle gesceop 7 ealra welt. Se sel3 Pare sunnan Uohi, 7 pa 
monan, 7 ealle tungl a geset. He gesceop nun on torpan ; 
gegaderode /.a saula 7 Poiu lichoman mid his pa anwealdc, 7 
ealle mtnn gesceop emnapele on pare fruman gecynde. Hwi 

35 ofermodige ge Pon ofer oSn men for eowru gel^rdu bulon 
anweorce, nu ge nanne ne magon metan unapelne ? ac ealle tint 
emnapele, gif ge willaS pone fruman sceafl gepencan, y Pone 
scippend, 7 siSdan tgweres alces acennedncsse. Ac pa ryht- 
cBpelo bi$ on pa mode, nas on pam flaici, swa swa we at 

30 sadon. Ac ale mon pe allunga anderPeodtd biS unPeawu 
forlat his sceppendj his fruman sceaftj his a3elo, 7 ponon 
wyrd anapelad o3 dat he wyr3 unapele.) 

■ Boelb. iii. met. 6. ' Omne hominnm,' See. ColL Metr. xviu 

' mid rikleffr rihte B, 

wff om. B. * goedei \. 

" em. tltce B ab. I. 



'walkwai 


' E ■ From B, ff» C. 


hrndr,). 


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TO DE CONSOLATtONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXI. S i 

XXXI h. 

5 i, [Ba j]e Wisdom Jia Jris lioS a[™]ngen bsfde, fa 
ongan he \e/i j]eggan spell 7 ])us cw^tS: [Htval ^]odes 
magon we seggan [on pa ^^sc/i]can un^awas? For[^ 
suia hwa j]wa hi forliElan wile, [he sctal gepolian] micle 
nearanesse [7 *mamge gearfodu ; forfod seo oferfyll simle fit S 
unjieawas, 7 J>a unfitawas habbdS oferSear/e hreawstmga, 7 lo) 
hreawsung ne bead na butan iorgt j buian nearonesse. Eala, 
taw, hu manega adla 7 hu micel sar 7 hu micde ' wteccan 7 ht 
micle imroffusse se hafd pe ?o]ne w[im( wUlan hsfd on piste 
awra/]de. 7 hu micele m[a wenst 3u P hi styloti\ habban ro 
xfter ^\\_sse worulde edUan\ hiora earnun[^a'; jtvo twa 
bearneacen '] wif (acenS beam 7) SrowaS [/»/'«/ earf<^u, t^Ur 
pa] pe bio (ffr) micei/u \lusl Purhleah. For^f ic nat * hwast 
)ja wor[B/(//Kj/aj] myrges bringaS hiora luf[^CTnffi]. Gif nu 
{kmd) cwiS f se sie ges[if/r^ se Pe\ his woruldlusium eallti[ 1; 
/u!gte3\ hwi neie he cwetSan eac (;S S7) nt\tenu ston\ 
gesEelegu, for$xm(?^) hior[i] willa lo] nanum oSruni ^ingum 
n[M aPenod] buton to gifernesse 7 to wr[(e»««je]? SwiSe 
gewynsum ° hit biS |)a2t [men wi/"] hsebbe 7 beam ; ac tSeah 
uilamge ' iMr]n bioS gestrined lo hiora [eldrena] forwirde, 10 
forSEemJje manig [wi/"] forswilt' for hire bearne aer [Aw hi/] 
brengan* msege. 7 we leoino[ci<m] eac Jjtet h[HJt/]uin geberede 
swiSe *\ungewunelic 7 ungecyndelic y/el, p da beam getreowedon 
belwuh him 7 sieredon ymbe pone fader ; gefurSon ' fi UJyrse 
was, we geheordon '° geo geara en ealdu spellu P su sunu ofslogt »i 
his fader ; ic nat humeta , buton ive witon fi hit unmenmschc " 
dad was. Hwat, ale mon mag wilan hu hef^z so[r^ men 
beo3 seo gem]ea his bearna ; ne [^pearf ic pe peah p j]ecgan, 
forSiem [/u hit hcefst afundtn "] be fe selliini. \Be Pare 
hafegan^* gemenne his\ bearna cwseS \min magister £urupides\ 3° 
^ Boeth. iii, pr. 7. ' Quid aatem de coiporii uolaplatibus.' &c. 

' micla J. ' From J, gteamunga B. ' beanuactn from J, om. B. 
' viat B. ' Viynaim C, gewunsu B. * feah mutt manigt B. ' swell B. 
' ferOMngan h. *furpum]. "herdanl. " umenniiclitu ]. 
'- ajandad], " he/egatt J. 



XXXII. Si] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 'Jl 

f hwila gt\byrede Jfd] heardsaelgan $ him wae[r^ beUre] f he 
beam ngefde [/fon he hafde], 

§ ii *. pa se Wisdom 8a ]?is spel \arehi ^^]de, ]?a ongan 
he eft giddian [7 /iw jt*«^]ende cwaeS : {HwcBt, se y/ela 
5 z<;/7/a unrihthcBtnedes gedrefd fulneah celces libbendes monnes 
mod, Swa swa seo beo sceal losian Pon heo kwcei irringa 
stingd^ swa sceal mlc sawl forweordan cBfter Pa unrihthcBmede^ 
buion se mon hwcorfe to gode,) 

XXXII k. 

§ i. j0a se Wisdom )?a )?is leoS asungen [^^r/*]de, })a 

10 ongan he eft spellian 7 )>us cwaetS: ForSaem nis nan tweo f 
)>es andwearda wela myrS 7 let ]?a men )?e bioS [a]tehte to 
]?ii/« soS«m gesaelSum ; 7 he [«]aenne ne maeg gebringan ' 
\>2N he him gehet, f is set )?aem heAr/an goode. Ac ic J)e 
maeg mid feaum word[^ ^^Jsecgan hu manegra yfela J^a 

15 [welan stni] gefylde. Hwaet J)u )?onn[^^ mcene mid Pa^i^ 
gidsunge )>ses ^feos^ nu Pu Mi nahu elles begiian ne miht 
baton pu kif\ forstele otStSe gereafige otSSe abe)?ecige, 7 paer 
{Peer) hit }>e wexS, )x)nne wanatS hit opxxxm ? Du woldest 
nu bion foremaere on weorSscipe ; ac gif ]7u f habban wilt, 

ao )7onne scealt 8u oleccan swiSe earmlice 7 {swipe) eadmodlice 

J>aem 8e {Pe) to |>aem gefulteman ' maege. Gif J>u )?e wilt 

. don manegra beteran 7 weor&an, )x)nne scealt |?u j^e laetan 

anes wyrsan. Hu ne is f J>onne sum dael yrmSa f mon 

swa [wereli^c^ * scyle culpian to j^aem )>e him gifan [jjcyle ? 

35 Anwaldes * Su wilnast ? Ac )>u Aine naefre orsorgne ne 
begitst* for [«]18eodegum 7 git ma for Sinum agnum 
monnum 7 maegum. Gilpes J>u girnst? [Ac] ^p\x Aine ne 
m^aht habban orsorgne, *[/brpd 6u scealt habban simle * 58b C. 
kwcBtkweg'^ wi3']eTy/eardes 7 ungetaeses. pu woldest nu 

30 brucan ungemetlicre wraennesse ? Ac ^e willaS ]?onne for- 

* Boeth. iii. met 7. ' Habet omnis/ &c. Cott. Metr. xviii. 
^ Boeth. iii. pr. 8. * Nihil igitor dabium est/ &c 



tan 



* mage MngKm J. * Conj. }dn B. • gefultume B. * From J^ 
W(Erelice B. * £nueatdes B. * Afjii/ C. ' kwathwugu J. 



i 



72 DE CONSOLATIONE PIIILOSOPHIAE [XXXILCT 

sion goode ' Godes fieowas, forSsmJie {jin werie ' '63ejc 
\ui/ad Jnn anwalci, [njales fu his, Hu ma;g mon earmlicor 
gebjeron ' f o[n]ne mon hi'ne luiderSiede ' his werefjow 
flasce, 7 nc/]le his gesceadH-isan [saulef Hw<ij>tr gr n]u 
sien maran on [toairii lichoman] ]wnne eJpeniJ, otttSe strengran 5 
\J>on] leo o5Se fear, oSSe swif[ra[«] J)onne tigris? peah ' Su 
nu wEere mara Jjonne elpend 7 strengra jionne leo o8fte fear 
and ' awifira Conne ligris ^ deor °, 7 )3eah /m iforf «///■« 
manna ffegrost on wlile, 7 /5« {ymldrsf) geomltce aefter 
wisdome sp)Tian oSSoet Jiu fullice riiU ongtale, Jronne 10 
meahtes tSu sweoiole ongiioR SkI ealle jia mfegno 7 |ja 
[crfF/'/iw] }ie we jer ymb sprfficon ne sint to metanne ' wit5 
Jsere sawie crscfto tenne. Hwaet nu, wisdom is an an/^ 
cnefl JiEerc sawie, 7 J)ea[A] ?*# wiion ealle f lie is betera 
So[nw] ' ealle fa ' otSrc craeftas j)e we Tur \^ymbe\ sprscon. ij 

§ ii 1, BehealdaS nu Jia widgielne[jTf *? /ifslnesse 7 /a 
hrad/erntsse pissis heo/en\t& ; t5onne raagon ge owgitan ^ he 
[iJ eallif «a]ttht wiS his sceppend to metanne [7 iw? A»> 
a/f]aldend. Ac hwi ne Iie/f ge eow [/on] apreolan fi ge m 
wundrigen 7 ne [Arr/j'fn] fte uii[y/lre is, p is /«] eorS/iIra 10 
[av/av' 5wa] swa se heofon [rj ic/frrt] 7 Acalicra 7_/iegerra 
)>onne eal/ to innung buion monnum anum, [raw «] /a-i " 
monnes licboma betera 7 deor[w;yr^r(j] J>onne ealle his aehta. 
Ac [ABffK«/(/i«]cS"J)e))Onneaiosawl"bel[^«7</i-or7tfj'r?r*"] 
]xinne se lichoma? ^\lc\ gesceafl is lo arianne be hire 15 
andefn[«, 7 jymjle " sio hehste swiSost; forSs'm '* is sr 
\godc\iT\AA anwald to arianne 7 lo wj'ndrianne 7 10 weorS- 
ianne ofer eaila '" oSra gesceafia. Se wlile J^ies lichoman is 
SwiSe flionde " 7 swiKc tedre 7 switSe anlic eortSan bloslninm. 
Deah nu hwa sie [swa] fxger swa swa Alcibiadis se 3e]>elincg 30 
webs; [f(/'^]wai(3'swascearpsienef he msege \Jiine\ [jurhsion, 

> Boctb. iii. pr. S. 1. 16 P. ' Rcspicite cacli Epatiam,' &c 
' gede ftboTc line B. • wtrigc B. ' So alio B. • utider9ioA 

hint B. * }eali . . . dtijr om. B. * So C. ' vrillHulaivie B. 

* Coaj. tin B. ■ ialle}a om. B. " pas from J, om. B. " From B, 
]ii5C. ■* tmulota. B, " em, deerwyrt B. " lymlt Ittim J, 

symle . . .forlorn om. B. " Kiom J, ealli B. " flgwtitdl B. 



XXKII. I 3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHISE 73 

awa swa Aristotelis ' se uBwita sade $ an ' dior ware Be ' 
meahte selc wuht [^]urhsion {ge trecfwu ' gtfurdum sianas) : Ji 
dior we hataS lox : gif J>on[»<] hwa wsere swa scearpsiene 
$ he v^ihie Pone cni^l ])urhsion J)e we ser ym[^f spriecon}, 
5 fionne ne Suhte he him *[no innon ' jhwj fager two he utan * 
Jiuhie, piaK\ Jni {nii) hwsem feger Since, ne btS \hit n6\ Jjy 
hrxSor swa ; ac sio ungesctaSjJoisrtes\ hiora Mgena hi myrS ' 
^ hi ne \magon (Wt]gi/(in f hi Se sc^^wiaS utan, \nas mnan\. 
j4<r gejjen[f(i? «w swiSe georrt^\z^, \j gtscead\>i\^iz^\smeagd'' 

10 Aitwjc {jses fl2Bsli[ffl«] good aie[n, 7 /a ^^]sielSa J>e ge nu 
ungemetlice \wilmaS\ ; Jwnne magun ge sweotole (i^tigeotan\ 
f J»es lichoman feger 7 his strengg • [/a magon bton '] 
afyrred mid Jjreora [daga/cfre '"]. ForSsem ic Jie recce ^a// $ 
ic )>e ser r[^aA/<] " forSiem ic Se wolde " openl[j« ^ «]reccan on 

15 Sxm ende ^lisses capit[u/an] ^te eall Jras andweardan good 
ne magon gelxslan hiora lufiendum p hi him gehataS ; ^ is 
■f hehste good $ hi him gehataS. JJeah hi nu gegaderien 
eal[Ze] )>a3 andweardan good, nabbaS hi no Sy hra[/or"] 
fulfremed good on Ssem, ne hi ne [magon] gedon hiora 

JO luGendas swa welige \sjva jaija hi woldon. 

§ iii". Da se Wisdom Sa Jiis sp[^//] areaht hserde, fia 
ongon he ef[/] gieddigan 7 ]jus singinde cwseS: (£11/0 wa, 
hi htfig 7 hu frecendlic P dysig is pe da earman mengahvilaS 
7 o/te/ efpa Tihian wege. Se weg is God. Hwader ge nu 

ij secan gold on treaumf ie wai />eak p ge hit p<er ne secaS, ne 
finde ge hilno,forPdXe ealle men wilon pat hil Par ne weax3 
pe ma Se gimmas weaxad on wingeardU. Hwteder ge nu 
seitan earner nett on pa hehslan dune. Pan ge fiscian willaS? Ic 
walPeah P ge hit Par ne sellaS. Hwader ge nu eowtr hundas 

30 7 eower net ut on Pa ta ladon, pbn ge huntian wiUad ? Ic 
wene Peak P ge hi Pan setton up on dunU 7 innon wudum, 
Hwat, P is wundorlic P geomfuUe men witon p hi seulon 

> Boeth. iiL met. 8. ■ Ehen, quae miKros,' &c CotL Metr. xii. 

■ aritiodttis B. ' an om. B. ' ^ B. ' em. Iremea B. 

' innan J. * ee^n hi anurraS B. ' smeageatl J. ■ stresM B. 
■ Hm J. ■' Second/etwed, B. " From J, rtkle E " iMldt U B. 




74 DE COKSOLATIONE PHILOSOPMIAE [XXXII. i j 

secan be sawaro^ j be aaofru (pgdtr ge kuiite gimmat ge 
reade 7 alees cynnes gtmcyn ; 7 hi wilon eac on kwelci wateru 
7 on (Tghwekra ea muPu hi sculon secan fiscas ; 7 ealtu pimt 
emdwtardan welan hi wiion hwwr hi secan iculon, jpone no3e 
unatrotenlice seca3. Ac hit it swide earmlie /?ing fi 3a dysegan ! 
men sini ahes domes iwa blinde p hi nylon hwter pa soSan 
gesaipa sinI gehydde, ne furtU nane liulbarruise naibaS hi Id 
secanne ; ac wenad p hi tmrgon an pissU lanan y on 9isu deaJHcu 
pingu findan Pa s63an gesalda, p is God. Ic nal nu ku ie 
mage hrora dysig eall swa sweolole arecean 7 siva swi^e getalan 10 
swa ic u)oide,/orPd hi sin/ earmrart 7 dysigran 7 ungesaligTan 
pan ic kit areean mage. Welan 7 weorSscipes hi toiUnidS, 7 
pin hi hine habbaS pon wenad hi swa ungewit/ulU ;p hi habban 
Pa so3an gesalda) 

XXXIII ■>. 

§ i. [/""] ' sc Wisdom fa }>is leoS asun[^rtt] hsefde, & ij 

ongan he eft spellian 7 Jjus cwseS ' : Genog ic J>e hffibbe nu 

gereaht ymb tSa anlicnessa 7 emb 6a sceadawa' j>aere soCan 

geExISe. Ac gif }7u nu sweotole gecnawan meaht |>a anlic- 

nesse J>£ere soSan ges[tE/?f] Jjonne is sitSSan ' Searf $ ic jk 

\hi sel\(t gelKce. pa andwyrde ic 7 [cw(r3 ■' Nu\ ic ongite 10 

genog * open\\ca 53et[/« aices~\ goodes genog nis on Cissum 

[iwira/rfjwelum, ne aeltffiwe anwald nis \on nanO] weonildiice, 

ne se so5a \_weor3scipe^ nis on fjisse weon]ld[f, nePa mastan\ 

mserSa ne %\inl on 3ysse woruldgyipe, »<] sio heh[f/f Hit mt 

• 6ia C *on Pafl<Esclicu luslit. £)a uwi/Jjairede se Wisdom 7 [infJEeS; ij 

about bcre. Hwsejwr/w mi fuUice ongite forhwy hit ]Jonne swa sie? Da 

andswarede ic 7 cwjeS : pe[a^j ic his nu hwasthwugu oDgite, 

ic icolde hit )ieah fulhcor 7 openlicor of Se ongitan. Da 

andsworode se Wis[t/om] 7 cwasC : Genog sweotol hit is fte 

God is anfeald 7 untot/se/endHc, }>eah hine dysigcjDen on y> 

msenig todtelen', [/]onne hi dwoliende' secaS f hehste 

■■ Boeth. iii. pr. 9. ' Hnclenns meadacis fomuun,' &c. 

* /a se Wisdom . . . cw,e6 am. B. {Pa] uid [^en] conject. 

' Cotiject. letter Iwtwten d Buii hi in C, sceadwa B. • tidSati is R 

' ^tnogata. B. ' dittan B. * dvieligtndt B. 



XXXIII. (i] DE CDNSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 75 

god on Sa sjemran ' gesceafta, HwEe)jer fiu [«h] wene $ se 
nauhtes tnaran ne )iyr/i se })e mxatne anwald hierS )iisse 
worulde f pa andaworede ic eft 7 cwsetS : Ne secge ic no $ 
he nauhtes maran ne Cyrfe, forSxm ic wat ^ nan nis ))ks' 
5 welig f he sumes eacan ne Jjjrfe. Da andswarode se Wisdom 
7CwEe5: [G<m(^]ri[A}te])usaegst; Jwah hwa anwal[(/Afflii«], 
gif oBer hseftS maran, ]»nne b[i;^wi;/] « unsirengra )>aes 
Strengi[a]n fukumes. Da cwaeS ic : £all hit is swa }ni 
SEegsC. Da cwkS se Wisdom: peah tnon nu [(Muvjald 

10 7 genyht to twaem )ringu nemne, [/^a]h hit is an. pa cwffiS 
ic: Swa me }>incC. [ils he cwa$]: Wenstu nu [/] se 
anwald 7 [^ gemht j]ie to fo[/'wo«nc] oSSe eft '(fwiSir *6il>C. 
/£> weor3ianne pot offre*] good? pa cwffiS ic: Ne in[(B]g 
nxnne mon Jjses Iweogan ^e anwald 7 genyht is to weorSi- 

■ 5 anne. Da cwaeS he: Uton nu, gif Se swa )nnce, ecan' 
JxMie anwald 7 f gen/S/, don/isr weortSscipe to, 7 gereccan 
ponne )ja piw to anum. Da andswarode ic 7 cwaS : Ulon 
Jmbs, forSsem hit is soS. Da cwa3 he : Hweptr ])e " J>onne 
pince tinweortS 7 unmaerlic sio gegaderunc Jrara Sriora Jnnga 

ao ponne pa prio biotS to anum gedon, o55e hwseSer hit pe eft 
' pince eallra pinga weorplicosS 7 mserlicost ? Gi[/'] pu nu ° 
aenigne mon cu5e para pe hsefrfe ffilcea pinces' anwald 
7 aetcne weorSscipe hsefde, swa forS ^ he na maran ne Sorfte, 
gepenc w« hu weorSlic 7 hu' forflntfrlic pe wolde se man 

25 pincan ; 7 peah he nu pa p[rM AJasfde, gif he nsere hliseadig, 
\)>dn a/Jffire him peah sumes weorSscipe[j wana\. pa cwaeC 
ic : Ne mKg ic paes o5sfli{ii«]. pa cwkJS he : Hu ne is j* 
donne* gmog ntwjtol f we sculon don pa hli&;adi^esse to 
[/]aem prim, 7 don pa feower to anum ? Da cwjeS ie : f is 

30 cyn. pa cwseS he : Hwaper pu n[u] wene f se auht bliSe 
sie Se ealle pas _/i{ower] haefS f Fifte bitS seo blis, 7 mag 
[don call Jicei'[ he wile, 7 nane[i ping^i mara{» ne bepearf 
'[/«i] he \ha/S. Sa avaS ic: Ne mag ie na/re ^«]pencan, • 6jii C 
gif he swylc woere 7 f [tall h<rfde\, hwonan him aenjg unrotnes " 

B, ^ C. * nu on 



76 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIII. J i 

cuman sceolde. Da cwkS he : Swajwah is ' lo ge]jencanne f 
Sa fif Jring Jw we Er ymb spr[(E]con, Jieah hi lonemde sien 
mid wordum, ^ hil is eall an Jjing, jjonne hi gegaderede bioB ; 
f is anwald 7 genyht 7 foremErnes 7 weorKscipe 7 blis, pa 
fif (3iiig), ]>onne hi ealle gegaderade bioS, Jjonne bit f God; ; 
forSicin }ia fir eatl nan mennisc man fullice habban ne mxg 
Ca hwile Jie he on fiisse wonilde bi5. Ac Jionne Jja 6f Jiing, 
swa we aer cwiedon, eall gegadorede bioS, J'onne WC hil eall ■ 
an ))ing, 7 f an t5ing biS God ; 7 he bitS anfeald untodseled, 
[leah he aer [o]n mcenig tonemned wsEre. Da andsworede te (o 
7 cwsetS : pisses ic eom ealles ge)Jafa, 

§ ii". pa cwffiS he : peah nu God an/raid s\e 7 untodseled, 
swa swa he is, sc mennisca gedwola hine todaeieS on msnig 
mid heora unnj'ttum wordum. /E\q mon tiohhaS him f lo 
selestum goode ' !Sa.'l f he swiSiiat lufatS; Jionne 1^3 sun ij 
Bact, sum elles hwset. ^ biS ))onne his god f he Jioer swiSosl 
lufaS. ponne hi Jxjnne Acura God on swa momge daelas 
lo*[(/ir/a'T, J>on melat hi nau/'e]c ne God selfne ne pone dael 
godes Se ht swiSor lufiaS. ponne hi hine selfne don ealne 
seigEedere, nabbatS Jwinne nauSer ne hine calne ne pone dse! "> 
pe hi pKr6f dydon. ForSy ne fint kIc mon f he secB forJSy 
he hit on riht ne secS. Ge secaS ■f ' ge findan ne magon, 
bonne ge secaS eal good on anum go[ojde*. \BamMeS'] ic; 
p is sots. Da cwseS he : ponne se mon wcedla biS ne wilnaC 
he nanes anwealdes, ae he " wilnaS " welan 7 fiihS ]>a wsedle ; j; 
ne swin[f]S he nauhl Kfler pjem hu he foremEcrost sic, ne 
nan man eac ne begit ^ he lef t ne swincC. He Jronne win5' 
ealle his weoniid tefter Jiasm we!an, 7 forltel rasenigne weor- 
uldlusi wiS psem pe he Jxine welan begete 7 gehealde, forpsem 
pe his hine lysi ofer eal oBru ping. Gif he hine ponne beget, i" 
ponne pincS him f tie nasbbe genog buton he hiebbe {eac) 
anwald pEerlo, forpEmpe him pincS f he ne m^ge pone 
welan buton anwalde gehealdan. Ne him eac naefre genog 



XXXIILi3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 77 

ne frfncS ar he hsebbe eal f hine lyst, forSon' Jw Jwne welan* 
lysi anwaldes, 7 )x)ne anwald lyst weorSscipes, 7 ]x)ne weortS- 
scipe lyst masrSa. 'SiSSan \/u ^izs wihn full bi3, fion fiiruS] "BjbC. 
him f be hxbbe nlcne willan gif he hs[j]be anwald ; 7 

5 ges£l}> ' ealne Jwne welan x(i Jwem anwalde, bulon he hine 
mid laessan begiCan msege ; 7 forlaet alcne oCerne [wJeorSscipe 
wits C£em Jw he msge to Ssem [a«iwa/]de cuman. 7 Jwnc 
gebyreS* oft, }x)iin[*] he eail wiS anwalde geseald hffil? (^^ 
A< hafdi), f he nsfC nauSer ne fione anwald ne eac f (P<bI) 

10 he wiS sealde, ac [w]yr5 f>onne swa earm f he nefS fur^um ' V- 
J>a ned))earfe ane ; $ is wist 7 wseda. WilnaS Jwah ^nne 
|>sere nedSearfe, n»s J«es anwaldes. 

§ iii p. We sprfficon sr be J«em fif gesael)nim ; $ is wela 
7 anwald 7 weorSscipe 7 formaemes 7 willa. Nu hsbbe 

»S we gereahl be welan 7 be anwalde, 7 $ ilce we m[i^on] reccan 
be Jwm Jrim tSe we ufnari-A/'] habbatS; f is weorSscipe 
7 foreoiaernes 7 willa. pa ' Jirio Jjincg, 7 fia tu Jie we ler 
nedon, f>eah hwa wene $ he on hiora anra hwylcum niEge 
habban fulla gesaeltSa, ne biS hit no Cy hrxlror swa, Seah 

*" hi his wilnigen, buton hi ]» fif ealle habben '. Da andsworede 
ic 7 cweeC : Hwffit sculon we ]»nne don, nu f>u cwist f we 
ne msegen on Sara anra hwylcum f hehste good habban 7 )» ' 
fullan gesseICa, ne we hum '\tu wena3fi ure anra hwtU/iafi^ * 63b C, 
eall seigsdrc begite? Da andsworede he 7 cwC: Gif hwa 

»S wilnaS $ he )« fif eall hasbbe, )x>nne wilnaS he )«ra hehstena 
geSElS[a] ; ac he ne mseg Sa fullice begitan on Sisse weorulde, 
fortSjem )>eah he ealle ]>[a] fif gesseiSa begile, )Jonne ne biS 
[Ai'i] J>eah f hehste good ne }ja selesla[w] gesK[/15a ; forSEem 
hi ne bioS ece. pa andswarode ic (7 at-ceS: Nu) ic ongile 

30 genog sweotole j Sa selestan gesselSa ne sint on )>isse 
weorulde. pa cwkS he : Ne f>earf nan mon on tSys and- 
weaidan life spyrian seft ]Kem soSum gesaelSum, ne }>ses 

' Boeth. iil. pr, g. L 59 P. 'Similiter ntioclnari,' jcc 

' furHim B. 




78 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXin. { 3 

wenan ISxi he xr ' ni£ege good genog findan. Da cwseS ic : 
SoS ]ni ssgst. 

5 ivfl. pa cwseS he: {Ic Hj]ene (hk) ^ ic Jk hEebbe genog 
gesaed [^mjb 5a leasan geSElSa, ac ic wolde nu $ Bu wende 
))in inge)>onc frC l>3em leasum gesaslCum ; Jxinne ongitsL Jm 5 
swiSe hneCe J^a soSan gesaelSa J« ic Se Kr gehet f ic }>e 
eowi an wolde. pacwEe]>ic: Ge furtSum ]» ' dysegan ' men 
ongitaC fte fuHa gesteICa sint, Jjeah hi )raEr ne sien ^pxT hi 
heora wenaS. pu me gehele nu lytle aer f tSu hi wolde me 
gelacan ; ac f>tes * me ))incC Bffil $ bio sio soSe 7 sio ful- 10 
fremede gesKlS 'Se may \alcu hirefolgera sellan ?wrA]wuni- 
gendne welan ' 7 ecne anwald 7 singalne weorSsdpe 7 ece 
mserSa 7 fulle geniht. Ge furSum f ic cweSe sic sio soSe 
I gesselS Jje an' Sissa fifa masg fuUice forgifan, fortSaemfje on 
slcum anum hi sint eall. FortSxm ic secge )ias word Se ij 
for)^ ic wille ^ Su wite tStet se cwide fra/]iSe fest is on minuin 
mode, swa fest f his me nan mon gedwellan ^ ne meg. pa 
cw»S he: Eala, cniht, ]7y' ))u eart gesselig ^ ]w bit swa 
ongiten hiefst; ac ic wolde f wyt spyredon get aefi J>sem )« 
])e wana is. Da cw^e^ ic : Hwset is f Sonne ? pa cwseS 10 
he : Wensl tJu hwseSer senig Jjjssa andweardana ' gooda ]« '^ 
mEEge sellan fulle gesseltSa? Da andswarode ic 7 [^mJeB: 
Nat ic nan wuht " on Sys andweard[(i»] life {« swilc gifan 
nifRge. Da cwseK \ht : pas] andweardan good sint an- 
licn[itwa /tj] ecan goodes, nses ful goode, [/orfi^ hi ne n 
magon soS good 7 ful good forgifan hioni folgenim. pa • 
cwseS ic : Ic eom genog wel gejiafa ]jks }« fm segst. Da 
cv'EeC he : Nu 8u ]x)nne wast hwset 9a leasan gescelSa sint 
7 hwa;t }si so[/]an ges[a]ltSa sint, nu ic wolde J>set |ju 
'\leof nodes/ hu J>u mihkst btcuman to pS so^paxa gesselKum. jo 
Da cweeS ic : Hu ne gehete" Jm me gefym (er J t!u hit " 
wolde me getfecan, 7 me lyste nu $ swiSe georne geheian. 
t Boeth. iii. pr. 9. 1. 70 P. ' Ilsbes isilar, laqnit,' &c 
'AirB, '>aom.B. ' i^jiji B. *SoK,>£t^C. * Barh- 
wunigtndne vielan ora. B, Durh- from J. * From B, on C. ' gtdtetli- 
gan B. ' ^inr/ B. ' andu/tarda B. "/«... mhl/ om. R 

" From B, gthi C. " hit om. B. 



XXXIII. is] 0£ CONSOLATIONE PHtLOSOPHIAE 79 

Da cwae? he : Hwst sculon we nu don to Jjon ' ^ we maegeii 
cuman 10 {)Eem {soSum) gesselSum ? Hwaejjcr we scylen 
biHdan Jwne godcundan fultum jegSer ge on leessan ge on 
mafron], swa swa ure uSwita sasde, Plato P pa cwEetS 

5 ic : Ic wene f we scylen biddan Jone feder eaira ^linga ; 
fortSiem se 3e hine biddan nyte ))onne ne gemel he hine, 
ne furjmm' ryhtne weg witS his ne aredaS. Da cwecS 
he : SwiCe rihte ' Jm SKgst ; 7 ongun Sa s[(>i]gan 7 ))us 
cwsetS : 

I© $ V, (^Eala, DryhUn, hu mice! 7 hu wuderUc pu ear/, }>u 
df talle pine gisccafla gesnvenlice 7 tdc ungesfwenlice wiirt' 
derliee gesaope 7 gisctadunslice heora weltsi ; 3u 3e tida fr& 
middaneardes fruman o5 done ende endebyrdlice geietksl, swa 
fie hi agPer ge forH fard3 ge e/t cumdS ; j>u de ealle fia 

15 unslillan gescea/la loPtnH willan aslyrasl, 7/u self simle sItlU 
7 u?tawendedlic purkwunasi ; forPa 3e nan mihiigra fe nis, 
ne nan j>in gelica, ne pe nan n^odpearf m larde to wyrcanne p 
p 3u worhtest : ae mid pinu agenQ wiUan 7 mid ptnU agenu 
amuealde Pu ealle Ping geworktesi, 3fah du heora nanes ne 

JO he^r/te. SwiBt wunderlic it p gecynd Pines godes, forpade 
hit is eall an, pu 7 pin godnet ; p god na ulon cvmen to pe, 
ac hit is Sin agen. Ac eall P we godes habbaS on pisse 
worulde, P us is ulon eumm ; P is from fie. NafstPu nanne 
andan to nanum Pinge, forpape nan crirfiigra nis ponne pu, 

25 ne nan pin geliea ; forPam 3u eatle godmid Sines anes gepeahte 
gepohlett 7 getvorhlest, Ne bisnode pe nan man,/orPdpe nan 
or pe nat Para Pe auht oSSe nauht worhte. Ac pu ealle Ping 
gewarhtest twiSe gode 7 swiSefagere, j pu self earl p hehste* god 
jPfageresti. Swa swa pu self gepohtest pu geworhtest pisne 

JO middangeard, 7 his wellst iwa snia Pu wilt, 7 pu self dcelst 
tall god swa swa pu will. 7 ealle gesceaf la pu gescet^ him 
gelice, 7 eac on sumu 3ingu ungelice. peah pu pa ealle 
gesceaf la ane naman genede, elle pu nemdesi togedere 7 hete 
woruld ; 7 peah pone anne noman pu lodceldetl on feower 
' Boeth. iii. met. 9. 'O qni peipetna inandiim,' &c CoCt. Melr. xx. 
^pamB. '/urBmtB. ' ryAIB. ' em. Ae/Ue B. 




8o DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIU. » 5 

gtseea/la ; an para is lorSt, oSer xoaUr, driddt lyfl.ftork'fy^- 
jSku para pu gadkst his agent suti4*rslowt, 7 ptah cek is 
wi3 o$re gtnintd y sibsHlice gebundtn mid PittH btbode, iwa P 
htora nan oSres mearct ne o/ereode, 7 k cile geprmvode Jm6 da , 
halo, 7 fi wal wi3 Pd drygu. Eordan gecynd 7 joalera it i 
tiald ; sie eorde is dryge 7 ceald, 7 jS waler uieet 7 ceald. Sit 
lyft^ ponne is genemned P hio is (Egprr gt ceald gt vxtl ge 
viearm. Nis hit nan vrunder,/orP>a 3e hio is gesceapen on pa_^ 
midle btkoux^ p<xre drygan 7 Pare cealdan eorpan 7 J>a hala 
fyrt. p fyr is yfemtsl o/er elia Pissu vioruldgesceafti. w 
pundorlie is p pin geSeahl, P $u hafsl agPer gedon : ge Pa 
gesceafia gemcErsode bttwux kirn, ge eac gemmgde Pa drigan 
eorSan 7 pa cealdan under pa cealdan vjcetere 7 pd ' watan, 
p Pat hnesce 7 flowende VJaUr hahbe fior on pare fast- 
an eordan ; forPaPe hit ne mag on htm selfi gestandan. Ac see ^i 
eorde hit helt 7 * be sumu dale swilgS, 7 for Pa type heo hi8 
gehht P hio grewS j blcatS 7 westmas bringS ; forpd gif p 
wal hi ne gedwande, pm drugode hio 7 wurde todriftn mid 
Pam winde swa swa dust oSSe axe. Ne mihte nanwuhl 
libbendes pare torPan bruean ne Pas walires, ne on miu3ru » 
tardigan for cile, gif pu hi hwathwegununga toiS fir ne 
gemengdest. Wundorlice crafle pu hit hafsl gesceapen pat P 
fyr ne forbarnH p water 7 pa eorpan, nu kit gemenged is wH 
agder ; ne eft water 7 seo eor3e eallunga ne adwasceS P fyr. 
pas waleres agnu cyS is on eorpan, 7 eae on lyftt, 7 eft bufan 15 
pa rodore. Ac pas fyres agen stcde is ofer ealtH toondd- 
geseea/tu gesewenlicH, 7 Peak hil is gemenged wiS ealU 
gesceafta; j peahne mag none paragesceaftaeallungaforcumaif, 
forPampe hit nafd leafe pas almihiigan. Sio eerpe pen 
is hefigre 7 ptccre pan o3ra gesceafta, forPd hio is niodw V 
pon anig oSru gesceafi buton pd rodore ; forpd se rodor hine 
haf3 alee d^ utane, peah he hire nawer ne genealace; on 
akere stowe he is hire emnneah, ge ufan ge neoZon. y£lc para 
geseeafta Pe we gefyrn or ymbe spracon haf3 his agenne 
eard onsundron ; 7 peak is ale wi3 dSer gemenged, fordamPe 3S 
'em.^B. ' em.bttvix'^. 'em.^R ' 7 Codject.oiu. B. 'em. onDMKW E 



XXXIIL i s] D£ CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 8l 

nan Sara gesceafia ne mmg bion buton o3erre. deah hio unswtotol 
tie on pare oSerrc. Swa swa nu tar3e is 7 water sin/ swi3e 
earfode to geseonne o33e lo ongitonne Jysgii monnu on fyre, 7 
swapeah hi sint SarwiS gemengde. Swa is eac par fyr on 
5 dam stanu j on da watere, swiSe earfodhame^, ac hit is peak 
para, pu gehunde f fyr mid s7sn$e unanbindendlicu raceniH, 
P hit ne mag cuman lo his agenit earde, P is to pa mastan 
fyre de ofer us is, pylas hit for late Pa eor3an ; 7 ealk o3re 
gescea/ta asioindad for ungemellicu die, gif hit eallunga 

\o/rom gewile. Su gestadolaiesi eorSan swiSe wundorlice 7 
fastlice, p heo ne hell on none healfe ne on nanum eorSlicH 
ptnge nt stent ; ne namvuht eorSlices hi ne healt f hio ne sige, 
7 nis hire peah Pon eZre lo feallanne of dune pdn up. pu eac 
Pa $riefealdan sawla on geilwarii limit slyrest, swa P Sore 

15 sawle Py lasse ne biS on dam laslan fingre 3e on eallu pa 
iichoman. Forpi ic cwaS pal sio savoul mare preofeatd, 
forpape uSwitan secga? fi hio habbe prio geeynd. An Sara 
gecynda is P heo biS wilnigende, o3er p hio bid irsiende, 
pridde P hio bid gesceadwis. Twa Para gecynda'' habbad netenu 

JO swa same swa men ; oder para is wilnung, oder is irsung. 
Ac semon ana hmfd gesceadwisnesse.nalUs nan odru gesceaft ; 
fordi h* hafd oftrpungen ealle Pa eordlican gesceafta mid 
gedeahte j mid andgite. Forpa seo gesceadwisnes sceal wealdan 
agder ge pare wilnunga ge pas yrres, forpa hio is synderlic 

'S cre^l pare saule. Swa du gesceope pa saule Pal hio sceolde 
ealne weg kwearfian on hire self re, swa swa eall Pes rodor 
kwer/d, odde swa swa hweol onhwerfd, smeagende ymb hire 
seeoppend, odde ymbe hi selfe, o3Se ymbe pas eordlican ge- 
sceafta. pan hio Pan ymbe hire scippend smead, Pon bid hio 

yiofer Hire self re ; ac pdn Mo ymbe hi selfe smead, Pon bid 
hio on hire self re ; j under hire self re hio bid pm don hio 
lufad pas eordlican ping, 7 para wundrad. Hwat pu, 
Drihlen, forgeafe pa sawlum eard on hiofonu. 7 him Par 
gifst weordlice gifa, alcere be hire gsearnunge ; 7 gedest p 

35 hi seinad swide beorhle, 7 peah swide mistlice birhtu, sume 
' cm. tarfSkmie B. ' em. geeyndu B, 




83 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIQ. ( 5 

K btorhtor nime uniyrhtor, swa swa shorran, ak he Ms gtear- 
mtnga. Hwal Pu, Drihlm, gegaJerasI pa ht'o/oHUeax satola 
7 Pa tordlican lichommt, j hi ott Sisse worulde gemengal. 
Swa Siva hi from pe hider tomon, swa hi eac to pe hionan 

fundiatl. pufyldisl das tordan mid mistlicu eynretdi ntlma, 5 
7 hi si33an astawe misllicu sadt ireowa 7 wyrla. Forgi/im, 
Drihten, uru modu fi hi molon to pe asligan purh pas eatfcSu 

pisse woruldi, 7 of pissu bisegu to Pe cuman, 7 apenu eagum 
ures modes we molen geseon pone aPelan tewelm ealra goda ; P 
eart ?w. Forgif us Pan hale eagan ures modes, p we M Pirn l« 
moton afasinian on pe ; 7 lodrif done mist pe rm hmgaS 
beforan tires modes eagS, 7 oalikl pa eagan mid dinu ieokle ; 

forpa du eart sio birhiu 3as soSan leohtes, 7 pu eart sio sefte 
rmst sodfixstra, 7 du gtdest fiat hi 3e gesioS. JJu eart ealra 

pingafruma 7 ende. £ht irist eallePing buton gtswince. pu \\ 
eart agder ge weg, ge ladfieow, gi sio stow 3e se vxg to lig$ ; 
de eaUe men to/undiad.) 

XXXIV •. 

§ i. £)a se Wisdom J>a Sis leoS 7 fis gebed asui^en hsefde, 

])a ongan he eft spellian 7 ))us cwseS: Ic wene f hit sie nu 

Erest'Jjcarf $ ic Se gere[ff ]e hwxr J hehste good is, nu ic tSe « 

aer [hetfde ^]ereaht hwset hit wses, oStSe ti^wyk p medeme] 

• egbC. goodvs£s,'hviy\cf[unmedeme. *Ac anes pinges icpe woitk 

terest acsian* : /^JwjeCer )«! wene f senig )nng on Jrisse 

' ^ wonilde swa good sie $ hit Se msege forgifa[«] ftiUa gesselSa ? , 

De * ic Se ascige y^y ic\ nolde ^ unc beswice aenegu leas i| 

a[»/(']cne3 for soSa gesselSa. ForSy [»]an [*w«] ne niKg 

oSsacan f sum good ne sie ^ hehste, swa swa sum micel 

sewelm 7 diop, 7 irnen msenege * brocas 7 riSa of. ForSy 

mon cwiS be sumu goode f hit ne sie ful good, forSae him 

biS hwseshwugu wana ; 7 ])eah ne biS ealles butan, forSann 3<> 

}k xIc }nng wyrS to nauhte gif hit nauht goodes on him 

• Boeth. ili. pr. 10. ■ Qaoaiam igitui,' &c. 
' k^tt ... or ocn. B, unmtdeme ac from J. ' atciiut J. ' /t B. 



XXXIV. { j] DE CONSOLATIONS FHILOSOPHIAE 83 

naeftS. Be ^y 5u meaht ongitux p of Jiam mjestan goode 
cumatj (?a) \xssan god, nses of tJaem Aessan f mseste, fwn ' 
[ma\ J>e sto ca mtFjg- weorCan to jewelme. Ac se aewelm 
mip^weorSan to ea, 7 J>ta\i sio ea cymS eft to SSsem Eewelme; 
5 swa cymS selc good of Code 7 eft to him, 7 he U f fuUe 
god ' 7 f fuUfremede, f nanes willan wana ne bi^ Nu Jni 
meaht sweotole ongitan f f is good ' self. Hwj' ne meaht 
5u gejiencan, g\[/ «a«]wuht full naere, Jwnne [niEre nan 
ivuhtl wana, 7 gif nan wuh[/ wana nart], 'Tpor^ne ntere 'To* C 

">nan wuhi full? ForPy biS\ Knig }iing full* )je sum bi8_ " *" 
wana, (7) fortSy bitS senig Jwng wana 5e sum bitS full; ale 
fling bit? fuUost on his agnum earda '. Hwy ne meaht Jiu 
})Onne geCencan, gif on senegum ])isaa eortJlicena gooda 
xniges willan 7 xniges goodes wana is, ]x>nne is sum good 

'3 full aelces willan, 7 nis nanes goodes wana ? Da andsworede 
ic 7 cwkS: SwiSe rihtlice 7 (swi3e) ^^.-cfadwislice J>u hsefst 

; me ofercumen 7 gefangen, f ic ne mieg no witScwetSan ne 
furSum ' ongean Sset })encan ', buton ^ hit is call swa swa 
]ni ssegst. 

'o § ii '. pa cwkS se Wisdom : Nu ic wolde $ t5u Sohte 
geomlice oS f Bu ongeate hwKr sio fuUe gesselS sie. Hu 
ne wast ))li nu Sstle call moncyn is anmodlice ge]^a $ God 
is fruma eaira gooda 7 waldend ealra gesceafla P He is ^ 
hehste good, ne naenne mon nu yss ne tweoS ; forSse \t hi 

■S naubt niton betere, ne furSQ nauhc emngoodes. Fort^sra 
us saegS aelc gesceadwisnes 7 ealle men ^ ike andettaS' ^ 
God * sie $ befaste good, for])£em)>e hi tacniaS fte eall good 
on bim men '• ; forSsm gif hit swa naere, Jjonne *\nare he P' 70b C. 
P he gthalen is ; o33e emi'^\imz serwEereotSe leltsewre, }x)nne 

30 wsere J betere fwnne he, Ac forSsemfie nan ]Hng naes asr , 
^nne he ne seltsewre ])onne be ne diorwyrSre Jxinne he, 
forSaem he is fnima 7 sewelm 7 hrof eallra gooda. Genog 



* Boeth. iii. pr. la L 11 P. ' Qno iiero, inqnil, habitet,' Bcc. 



' From J,/f 8. ' Accent not quite clear, ' eoJB, * /ui/iin^ B. 
...J. n • .,..._. ™ J ... a 1 p^m 2, andeua C. 



• Froii>B,^wirfC. "lyB. 




84 DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIV. s . 

sneotol hit is Ssel f fuUe good w»s srCsem )% f wana'. ^ 
is to gelefanne f se hehsta God' sie* aelces godes fbllast, 
JiylEcs we leng* sprecen >'mb Jwnne we ne fiyrfen, Se ilea 
God is, swa swa we xr ssdon, f hehste good 7 }>a selestan 
gesaelSa, nu hit is openlice cu5 f tSa selestan gesslSa <»i 5 
nanum oSnim gesceaftum ne sint buton on Gode. pa cwxS 
ic : Ic eom gejiafa. 

§ iii ". Da cwseS he : Ic J>e healsige $ Su gesceadwislice 
f on^'te fte God is full Eelcere fullfremednesse 7 elces gtvfes 
7 jelcere gesseltSe. Da cwkJi ic : Ic ne mag fullice ongitan 10 
forhwy Su eft ssgst f ilce f 9u aer ssdest. pa cwxS he : 
ForSy ic (AiV) Jie secge eft, fy 'c nolde f tSu wende f se 
God * )>e feeder is and fruma callra gesceafta, ^ him ^hwonan 
utan come his* sio hea goodnes ^t he full is. Ne ic eac 
nolde f tSu wende *^ [oSfr liwr^ Aw god 7 A(j gesal3, olfer] 15 
he self; forSaem gif ISu wensi f him ahwonan utan come (ja 
good pt he hxfS, ^onne wsere f Sing betre )7e hit him frfi 
come })onne he, gif hit swa waere. Ac f is swiSe dyilic 7 
swi8e tnicel syn f mon fises wenan scyk be Gode. o6Se efi 
wenan Jsaet senig ))ing ler him waere oSSe betre Sonne he "> 
dSSe him gelic. Ac we sculon bion gejafen fie se * God 
sie ealra )>inga betst. Gif ]>\i nu gelyfst f te an ' God sie, 
swa swa on monnum biS : oSer biS se mon, f biS sau] 7 
lichoma, otSer biS his godnes; pa. gegaderaC God 7 {e/l), 
aeigffldre gehelt 7 gemetgatS : gif ]>u fwnne geiefst f hit swa '5 
sie on Gode ', ))onne scealt ]>u nede gelefan f sum anwald 
sie mara )>onne his, ^ (lonne his swa gesomnige swa he )>one 
urne de?S. Hweet, aslc J>ing fe tosceaden blS from oSnim 
bits oCer, (e^er) f>Eet ))ing, )ieah hi iztgaedre sien ; gif ponne 
hwylc fling tosceaden biS from (lEem hehstan goode, )>onne 3' 
ne biS f no f hehste good, p is {peah) micel syn to geSen- 
canne be Gode, jite lenig got/ sie buton on him, oSSe aenig 

■ BoeCh. ill. pr. 10. 1. 37 P. ' Sed quaeio. inqait, te,' Sk. 

' For mann B has tti vient. * From B, good C. ' u B. 

' len^ om, B. ' his is B. ' « om. B. ' a« above tine in B. 
I gtga^ai C. • From B, goodt C, 



XXXIV. i 5] DE CONSOLATIONE FHILOSOPHIAE 85 

from him adseled, forSaemjje nan wuht nis heiere *[poH ht,ne* ^^ 
emngodhim.. HwiU Ping mag i«]on beire Jjonne his sceppend? 
For5:e ic secge mid ryhtre gesceadwjsnesse J> f sie f hehate 
good on his agenre gecynde ^te fruma is eallra ^inga. Da 
5 cwaeS ic : (Nu) ()u hsefst me nu swiSe rihte oferreahtne. 
pa cwaeS^/; ^wset, ic Jjonnc xr ssede ^ f hehste good 7 
sic hehste gesaslS an waere. Da cwsS ic : Swa hit is. pa 
cwseS he : Hwaet, wille we ^onne secgan hwst f sie elles 
buton God ? Da cw ic : Ne mseg ic Sses oSsacan, fortSsem 

10 Jw ic his wjes aar gejsafa. 

§ iv *. Da cw3;3 he : HwseSer )>u hit a sweototor oagitan 
niKge gif ic f>e sume bisne g^l ma secge f Gif nu tu good 
wseren ^ ne meahton selsomne bion, y wxren ^eab buto 
goode, hu ne ware hit );onne genog sweotol ^ hiora ' nsere 

ij nauSer f o&r f forSy ne mjeg f fuUe goA bion no todaled. 
Hu maeg hit bion \<egk^r ^]e full ge wana? ForSffim we 
cweSaS ^ sio /iille gesaelS 7 god ^ hi sien an good, 7 $ sie 
f hehste; J>a ne magon nffifre weorCan*iodKlede'. Hu ne 
sculon we )K>nne nede bion gefiafan fte sio hehtle geseeiC 

ao 7 sio hea godcundnes a{»] sief pa cwsetS ic : Nis nan J)ing 
soSre )>onne '^\ ; *ne maf^wi we nanumhl findan beUre '] ' 7 
)xinne God. (^u ncis^ A; *) : Ac ic wolde giet (»«rf) sumre 
^Vne )>e behwerfan utan f )>u ne iR('i4/j/ nasnne weg findan 
ofer; swa swa uSwitMfl gewuna w J* hi willaS sinde hwst- 

35 hwugu niwes 7 jntfcujies eowian, ji hi maegen mid/>' ouitccan 
f mod ))ara geherendra. 

§ V ". Hu ne hxtdm we Eer gereabt f Sa gesEclJa 7 sio 
^odbindnes an waere .' Se ]je ))onne )ja gesat^a. hieftS, ])onnc 
hxfS he segjjer, « {« Jxine eegjwr haefS. Hu ne biS se t)onne 

50 full eadig ? Hu ne wast Jm nu $ we cwetSatS f jf bio ww /e 
v/isdom hsefS, 7 rihtwis f>e rihtztiwnesse haefC? Swa we 
cweSaS eac ^ f sie God pe Ja godcundnesse " haeRS 7 Ca 

' Boeth. iii pr. 10. L 63 P. 'Kcspice, iDqait. an hiac,' Sk. 
* Baeth. iiL pi. 10. L 79 P. ' N«in qnoniun bealitudinis,' Sec 

' f kiara om. B. ' teaaUae B. ' medtmre J. ' Ba cwai 

he coDJecL bj Jnnia*, om. C and B. ' gadiusu B. 




86 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHJAE [XXXIV. | s 

g«s3elCa, 7 aeic gcsse/i'g (moh) btS God ; /.^eah is an God', 

1 se~is stemn 7 suCol eallra goda ' ; of )>sm cumaV eall 

I . good, 7 eft hi fundiaS Co him, 7 he welt ealra. peah ht nu 

\y sie se fruma 7 se stafiol * ealra goodra 7 ealra gooda, Jwah 

y is mxnig good }ie of him cymS ' ; Ewa swa eslle steorran : 

weorSaS onlihce 7 gebirhte of )were sunnan, Bume J)eah 

beorhtor, sutne unbeorhtor. Swa eac se mono, swa mid(») 

lb C. he lyht swa sio sunne hine gesdn? ; \poit hio hint tabu 
geondscind, pon] biS he eall beorht Da ic fia })is spell 
ongeat, }» wearS ic ' agxlwed 7 switSe afaered, 7 cwaetS : Is k 
]Hs la wundorlic 7 wynsum 7 gesceadwislic ' spell ji Su na 
saegst. Da cwsetS he : Nis nan wuht wynsilre ne gewisre 
]x)nne f Kng J Jjis' spell ymbe is 7 we nu embe sprecan 
willaS; forS^m me ))incS good f we hit gemengen to 6«m 
(xrran. Dacw»5ic: HwKtisf, la? i; 

§ vi I, Da cwaeS he : Hwset, Jni wast Sset ic )« or s»de f 
sio so6e^ges£el8 wsere good, 7^}i!Bre soSan geselSe cumalS ' 
eall Ca oSni good )je we aer * embe sprsecon, 7 eft to ; Bwa 
swa of )raere sk cymS f wseter inifon Sa eoi^n, 7 \aa 
5fer{j)caS; cymS ))onne up' set Jjffim swelme, wyrtS })OnDeKi 
to broce, J>onne to ea, J>onne andlang " ea, oC hit wyrC eft to 
SK. Ac ic wolde }>e nu ascian hu }ni }iis spell underslaitAta 
haefdw/ ; hwaejjer Jni wene fi pa jif god ^ we oft sr ymbe 
spr«ca«, f is anwald 7 weorSscipe 7 forew<er«« 7 gen^ 
7 blis, ic wolde witan hwaSer pu wende f fas " good \neren »i 
limu part st^an gesxl]>e, swa swa monegu limu " beoC oq 

31 C. anum men, 7 weorSaS jKah '[cn/^ to anu lichoman ; o3$tpu 
wmdet(\ f hwylc an fiara fif god(a) worhte Jja sotSan gessetSe, 
7 si)}]>an Za. feower good wseren hire good; swa swa nn sani 
7 lichoma wyrcatJ anne mon, 7 se an mon hxK msenig ■* lim, 3" 

• Boeth. iii. pr. 10. 1, 89 P. 'Cum molto, inqnit, bmtilado,' Sec 

' 7 St peah is god B. ' gv^ B. ' Instead of ealra . . . eymS 

B has limply taltra geda He of him aiiaaS. ' At B. ' gtutailit B. 
' tin B. ' B has>( for soSe. ' ar om. B. • From B, »^ C. 

" From B, which has 7 lang. " }as from B, /«t C. " For 

monegu limu B has man hund lima ; limu from J. " Olig. mmigt 
B, but the t erased. 



XXXIV. §6] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 87 

7 ]>eah to Jjaem twaem, ^ is to Jjaere saule 7 to J>aem lichoman. 
belimpatS ealle ]^s^ ]>aes monnes good ge gastlicu ge 
lichomlicu. "^ is nu ]>2es lichoman good f mon [j]ie faeger 
[7 j/r]ang 7 lang 7 brad, 7 in[j»^]gu [<5^]ru good (/t?) * eac 
5 } >agm.y7 ^^ ^^^ ^>^ t^^ se lichoma self, fortSaem J>eah he 
>ara gooda hwylc forleose, ]>eah he bitS -f he aeror waes. 
ponne is tJaere saule good waerscipe 7 gemetgung 7 g3>yld 7 
rihtwisnes 7 wisdom, 7 manege' swelce craeftas; /^a]>eah 
bits oJ?er sio saul, ot5er bioS hir^ craftas. Da cwaeS ic : Ic 

10 wolde f Su me scedesi get sweotolor ymb ]ja o8ru good ]v /(? I 
Saere sot5an gesaelSe belimpa^. ^a cwaetS he : Ne saede ic 
}?e aer -f sio gescB0 good waere ? Gyse *, cwaeS ic, ge ]>u ;^ 
scedest p hio $ hehste good waere. i)a cwceShe: Eart )ni 
nu * get gej^afartte anweald 7 weortSscipe 7 foremcemes 7 

15 genyht 7 blis 7 sio eadign^s 7 f hehste god^ \p da sien eall^ * 73l> ^ ■ 
an, J p an pbn sie god? ^a rjwaeS ic : Hu wille ic nu 
J>aes otSsacan? pa cwaet5 he: HwaB]>er ]>inctS ]?e }x)nne f 
J>a Jnxicg sien, tSe tSara soSena gesaelSa limu, }>e sio gesaeltS 
self? Da cwaetS ic: Ic wat nu hwaet Jni woldest witan; ac 

ao me lyste bet ^ t5u me saede sume hwile ymb -f , }x)nne ]>u me 
ascode. pa cwaet5 he : Hu ne^meaht ]ju geSencan ? gif ]» 
good wae[ro« /j]ere soJ>a[«]' gesaelSe limu, }x)nne wmron hi 
JruxBihwegu'^ todceled ; swa swa monnes lichoman limu * bioS 
kwceihwM^ todaeled. Ac }?ara lima gecynd is/ hi gewercatS 

as aenne lichoman, 7 ]>eah ne biotS eallunga gelice. pa cwaetS ic: 
Ne ]?earft Jm ma* swincanymbe $; genog sweotole 8u haefst 
me gesaed f Sa good ne sint nanw[t^]ht todaeled from Saere 
sot^an gesael^e. pa cwaeS he : Genog rihte ]ni hit on[ gUsi, 
nu] Jni ongitst f )» good ealle sint [p] ilce ^ gesaelS is, 7 

30 sio gesael8 is Saet [A^Jhste good, 7 $ hehste good is God '^ 
7 se [(z(?^] is semle on anum untodaeled. Da [cwcbi^ ic : 
Nis] J>ae3** nan tweo; ac ic wolde nu [;^ ^«] me scedesi 
hwaethwugu uncuSes. r 

' }cLs om. R ^ to above line in B. ' From B, manega C. 

• From B ; the letter foil, g very faint in C, but apparently not y. 

• nu om. B. * ealle J. ^ hwathvmgu J. ' From B, C has lieu. 

• mare B. *• From B, good C. " / B. 



88 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIV. ( 7 

5 viiy. Da \<io<b3 he: ;*] «' nu sweotol fie call Ja good 

• 74B C.\' \_pe UM ay ymbe sprsecon belimpaS to CS •hehstan goode, 

\j p' men tecaji god gi^iog ]>e hi wenaS $ tiset sie f hehste 
good, py* hi secaS anwald 7 eac call' o3ru good }>e we aer 
ymb sprsecon, Sy hi venap f hit sie f hehste good. Be J>y S 
}hi meaht witan f ^ hehste good is hrof eallra Vara oSra 
gooda ]» men wilniaC 7 hi lyst, forSsemJie nsenne moM ne 
lyst nanes jiinges buton goode[j od'pe hwseshwugu )»es 6e 
(goode gelic bii. Afaniges pinges hi wilniap pas 3e) full good 
ne bits, ac hit hieftS Jjeah hwxthwugu gelices goode. FortSara 1* 
, we cweSaS f f hehste good sie se hehsta hrof eallra gooda 

7 sio hior Se ' call ' good on hwearfatS, [7 eac] Saet Jring ]k 
tnon eall good fore deS; for Sxm )>itige men lyst selces ]ara 
gooda ]k hi lyst. p )7u meaht swj$e sweotole ongitan be 
Jwm ]k nEenne mon ne lyst Jwes ))inges 'pe hine' lyst ne "j 
Jraes )>e he detS, ac Jses Jw he mid Saem earnaC; forS;emSe 
he wenS, gif he )>onne lust begile 7 f ])urhtio f he ^nne 
j-niohhad hsefS, f he ]x)nne hx[iie/ui]ie gestelSa. Hn ne 
wast pap nan mon for^y ne rit ]>e hine ridan lyst, ac rit for 
Cy J)e he mid Saere rade [wrJnaS sume earnunga ? Sume ' w 

• 74b ('. mid JjEere *[ro(& earnaS sume p hie sien py halran, tumt 

earniad /] hie sien Sy cafran, s[K]me $ hy wotdon cuman 
to sumre )>ara stowa pe hi ^onne to [/uJndiaS. Hu ne is 6e 
}»nnc' genog sweotol fie men nanwuhl swiSor ne lufiatS 
)x)nne hi doS ji hehste god ? forSaemJje selc wuht "pas Sc hi »s 
wilniaS o^e doS hi dod forpype hi woldon habban f hehste 
good on %&m. Ac hi dwoliaS sume on tSaem pK hi wenaS 
tSset hi ihaegen habban full gwl 7 fulla \gestEi3a\ on ))isum 
andweardum godil ; [iw/]a fullan gesaelSa 7 f hehste good 
[»>] God self, swa swa we oft aer ssedon. Sa cwseS ic : Ne 30 
mseg ic no gej>encan hu ic Pas oSsacan msege. Da cwasS 
he : Uton Icstan ))onne bion pa. ' sprEece, 7 bion unc Sics 
orsorge, nu Su swa fullice ongilta hsefst fie God simie bitS 

> Boeth. iii. pr. 10. I. iii P. 'Ad boDum nero ceien referri,' &c. 

■ is coDJ. om. B. V B. ' latl om. B. ' kier Oe fr, B, nwd* C. 
' From B, ea//a C. ' AiVe B. ' earn, suaii om. B. ' nx B. "/oj B, 



XXXIV. § 9] DE CONSOLA TIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 89 

xaUodaledlic 7 full good, 7 f his good 7 sio [his gescelS] him 
nahwonan utane ne com, ac waes symle on him selfum, 7 nu 
is, 7 a biS. 

§ viii «. Da se Wisdom J>a tSis sp^ll asxd haefde, f>a ongan 

5 he eft singan 7 J)us cwaetS : * (^Wella^ men, wel ; ale para dt ♦74b C 

freo * sie fundige to pa goode 7 io pa gescBlBu ; 7 se 3e nu ^' 

gehcefi sie mid pcBre unnyttan lufe pisses ^ middaneardes sece 

him freodom hu he mcege decuman to pa gesasWum^/orpam p 

is sio an rcest eallra urra geswinca ; sio an hyd bid simle 

10 smyltu^ after ealliL pa ystiiy paydum urra geswinca, p is seo 
an friSstow 7 sio an frofer erminga cefter pa ermBU disses 
andweardan lifes, Ac pa gyldenan stanas, 7 pa seol/renan, 
7 cBlces cynnes gimmas, 7 eall pes andwearda wela, ne onlihtatf 
hi nauht pas modes eagan, ne heora scearpnesse nauht gehetad 

15 to pcBre sceawunga Pcere sodan gescdde ; ac get swidor hi 

j ablendad p<BS modes eagan pon hi hi ascirpan, Forpa ealle pa 

ding pe her licidd on pisum andweardum life sint eordlice^ 

forPy hi sint fleonde*. Ac sio wundorlice beorhtnes pe ealle 

ding gebirht 7 eallii welt, nyle p da salvia forweordan, ac wile 

ao hi onlihtan. Gif pbn hwelc mon mcBge gesion pa birhtu pas 

heofenlican leohtes mid Muttru. eagH his modes, pon wile he 

cwedan p sio beorhtnes ' pCRre • sunnan sciman sie pesternes ' to 

metanne wid da ecan birhtu Godes,) 

§ ix *. Da se Wisdom t5a Sis leot5 asungen haefde, )>a 

25 cwaeS ic : Ic eom gej^afa ]>aes J?e J)u saegst, for6aem]>e ]ni 
hit haefst gesetSed mid gejr^^i^/wislicere race. Da cwaeS 
he : Mid hu miclt feo woldest Jju nu habban geboht f ]>u 
meahte ongitan hwaet [p sode^ god waere, 7 hwylc hit waere. 
[£>a cwced ir] : Ic wolde faegnian mid swiSe [ungemetlic^ 

30 gefean, 7 ic wolde mid [unarime^a feo * gebyr^n f ic hit 

*moste gesion. Da cwaetS he : Ic hit ]>e )x)nne wille ♦ 76a C. 
getaecan; ac $ an ic ]>e bebiode, -f J?u feah for Caere 

' Boeth. iiL met. 10. 'Hue omnes pariter/ &c. Cott. Metr. xxi. 

* Boeth. ill. pr. 11. * Assentior, inquam,' &c. 

y 
' em.ySwB. ' em.pisseB. ' smiUu B. * tm^JlewondeB, 

* cm. beortnes B. * cm. ware B. "^ tm.fias or nesB, * fio]. 




90 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIV. ( 9 

tttcinge' ne forgite f J ic Be' ar taehte. Da cwaetS ic: 
Nesc, ne forgite Jc hit no. Da cwsetS he : Hu ne soAor 
we fe ser f )3is andwearde lif }>e we her wilniaS n»re no 
f hehste gcx>d, forSsm hit wsere mislic 7 on swa munigfeald 
todseled', ^ hit' nan mon ne tnseg eall habban f him ne sie ; 
sumes Jnnges wana? Ic 3e tzhte }n p ^ser wsere 8x1 
behstse go^ ]»ser )>sr }«i good (ealle) gegadrade biotS, swc/ce 
' hi sien to anum wegge * gegoten. ponne )x£r bitS full good 
^nne ]» good eall< ^ we ser ymb spraecon \xo3 to anum 
gout f«gadrad ; Jwnne ne hip [p^r^ nanea goodes wana ; m 
}x)nne ]» good faZ/i! on annesse bio8, 7 sio annes biC on 
ecwrse. Gif hi fin ecnesse naren ', bonne nasre hiora swa 
BwiSe to gimanne. Da cwseS ic : p is gessd ; ne mjeg 
ic no Jws ' twiogean. pa cwaS he : ^r ic }>e hsefde gessed f f 
nxre full good f eall atgaiere nare, forSaem is f fulle ' good i; 
f call ietgiedre is untodfeled. Da cw£% ic : Swge me ^mcl^. 
Da fwaeS he : Wenstu nu f eall *[3a ping 3e godt sint 
on Pisse w]eonilde forSy goode sien • )w " hi ^iz^ben " hwaet- 
hwugu goodes on him ? Da cwS ic : Hwas ipjeg ic clles 
wenan f hu ne is hit swa ? Da cwseC he : pu scealt Jieah >d 
gelyfan tSxt sio annes 7 sio good[fi^]s an tTing sie. Da cwseS 
ic : Ne mseg ic j^ses oSsacan. pa cwxC he ; Hu ne roeaht 
*J)u gejwncan f aelc }jing mseg bion, ge on Jjisse weorulde 
ge on ]rxK toweardan, ^a hwile 'pc hit untod^eled biS ? Jxinne 
.ne bits iiit eallunga swa swa hil aer waes. pa cwatS ic : Scge ij 
me p syjeoio/or ; no meg [ic] fuUice ongitan jefter hwa ))a 
spy rati. ■Ba cwcbS he : Wail Pu kuaal mesa sie ? Da cwseS 
ic: Ic wat f hi/ biS" sawl 7 tickoma. [Ba cwaJS he: 
[Hw^st, f>u wast .^ hi/ bits mon, fa hwile Jw sio saul 7 « 
lickoma untodaelde" biotS; ne bitS hit nan mon sitStSan hi jo 
lodaslde biotS. Swa eac se /tVhoma bitS lichoma J«i hwile 
))e ht his limu ealle hasfS ; gif he ^nne hwile lim forlyst, , 
[Pm ne\ bitS he eall swa he aer wses. p ilct Jm meaht 

' tacningt B. ' tt om. B. ' gedaltd B. ' iii^ om. B. 

' wtcgi R * IK sUh B. ' pai na B. ' full B. " linl B. 

" Py B. " From J, JoMoA B. " ti B. " undtUt R 



XXXIV. 1 lo] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 91 

ge)>encaD be eelcnin Jn'Tige, f nan ^ng ne biS swilce hit 
wses wtSSflff bit wanian ongintf. Da cwS • ic : Nu ic (fa'f) ' 77» <-■ 
wat. Da GwgeS be : Wenst )>u hwseSer senig gesceafl sie Jw 
hire willum nylle ealne weg bion, ac will[(] hire agn« willum 
5 forfwmrJCan > 

§ X I'. Da cwieS ic : Ne msg ic nane cwuce fwjuht 
ongitan )jara "pe wite hwiet [A]it wille, oStSe [AJwjet hit nylle, 
)ie ungened lyste ' torweorSaB ,■ toilSseiBpe »Ic wuht wolde 
bion hai 7 libban, )iara Jie me cwuco ?inc8 ; bute ic nat be 

10 treowum 7 {ie) wyrtum, 7 t<e swelcum gesceaftum awelce 
nane sawle nabbaS. Da smearcode he 7 cwaeS : Ne Jjearft 
)m no be pxm gesceafium tweogan Jxin' ma ])e be Siein 
otSrura. Hu ne meaht Jm gesion f kIc wyrt 7 eelc wudu 
n-ile weaxan on "pxin lande selest )>e him betst gerist 7 him 

jj gecynde biS 7 gewunlic, 7 J>:er Jjryr hit gefret f hit hrat5oBt 
weax[dn] niseg 7 latoaE wealowian ? Sumra wyrta o^e 
sumes wuda eard biS on dunil, sumra on merscum, sumra 
on monjm, sumra on cludum, sumra ' on [&zr]um sondum. 
Nim Sonne [swa wuda '] awa wyrt, swa hwseSer [swa Pu 

^v!ilU,o/'pa:reslmve pe] his eard [yapelo W] *on to wesanne, *-j^hC. 
7 sete * on ungecynde ' aiowe him ; ))onne ne g[';^]ew5 hit 
J)Kr nauht, ac forsearaC; fo[r^pSiBm lelces landes ge[f>']nd is ' 
j hit [Aim ^]elica ' wyrta 7 gelicne wudu tydr[< ', 7 Arf] swa 
detf. FritSaS 7 fyrSraS 8wiS[^^«>]rne, swa lange awa hiora i » 

aj gecynd [i(9;S] hi growan '" moton. HwKt wenst Jni, forhwy 
aeic sied creope " inon '* Ja eorSan, 7 to citSa 7 to wyrtru- 
mum weorCe {on pare eorSati), buton fortSy " J)e hi tiohhiaB 
f Be stemn 7 se helm " mote fiy faestor 7 J>e leng stondan ? 
Hwy ne meaht pu ongitan, Tpcah pu hit gesion ne msege, f 

30 eall se diel se Se " Jjebs treowes on twelf monSum gewesB ", 
pxl he onginS of ]>£em wyrtnimum 7 swa upweardes grcwS ' 
oS Sone stemn, 7 siSSan am/lang pxs piSan, 7 andlang 
* Boeth. iii.pr. 11. 1. 43 P. 'Si inimalii, {oqnam, conuderem,' &c. 
' All/ B. * ^ B. ' mvu B. * muJa J. ' stilt B. 

* utuytde B. ' u om. B. ' Coayea.,gtlica om. B. ' t'Tom J, 
MHgih. '' From B,^riiH(v» C. "^w»twB,- 

" imten B. " /j' B. " avAn B. " fe om. B. " gtwtaxO R 




92 DE CONSOLE TIONE PHILOSOPHtAE [XXXIV. { lo 

}raere rinde oSSone helm, 7 siSSan sef I }>»ni bogu[ni], oSSsel 
hit uC aspringeS on leafiim 7 on blostmum 7 on blediim ? 
Hwi ne meaht ^a ongitan fte aelc wuht cwuces bit! innan- 
weard hnescost 7 unbroc[A]eardo8t ? Hw»t, J>u mcht 
gesion h[» ^ /]reow biS utan gescerped' 7 h^wafed'' mid\i 
]Kere rinde wiS Sone w[iiitftr 7 itn'^ & tteayc^n sCc^rnuu 
7 me wiS J>are'\ 'sunnan hseto on suaera. Hwa meg f be 
ne wundrie swe][f/']a gcsceafta ures scyppendes, 7 hum )«es 
scyppendes? 7 )>eah we his nu wimdrigen, bwilc ure maeg 
areccan medemlice ures scyppendes willan 7 anwald, hu his <° 
gescea[_/?a] wexaS 7 eft [waniayi, Jxinne {ws tim[a] cymS, 
7 of hiora 6»de wiorSatS e([/ ^e]edniwode, swylce hi jxmne 
weor8[«( ' lo] edsceafte ? Hwjet, hi fxtnne eft bi'oS, 7 eac 
hwaethwugu anlice bioS swilce hi a bion, fortSaein hi a^lce 
geare weor^aS to edsceafie, ■& 

§ sic. HwsEjjer Jni giet ongile $Ca uncweSandan gesceafta '. 
wilnodon to bionne on ecnesse swa ilce sWa me, gif hi 
ineahten ? HwaeSer Jni nu ongite forhwy f fyr fundige up, 7 
sio eorSe gfdune ? Forhwy is f buton for))ytSe God gesceop 
his eaid up 7 hire ofdune ; forSy fundiaS * selc gesceaft )ndet lo 
swiSost Jjider his card 7 his halo* swiSost biotS, 7 flihS fCe 
him wiSerweard biS 7 urgebyrde 7 ungelic. Hwaet, J» 
stanas, fortSsem [Ai'] sint stillre gecynde 7 beardre, [^W] 
earfoSe to tedselcnne ' ; 7 eac \iD[ea3e ioiomtu cuma^, gif hi 
todaslde' *vjtorj>aS. Gif fni )x>nne aenne stan toclifst, ne wyr[J »s 
A]e nsefre gegadrod swa he »r wass ; ac f waeter 7 sio lyfl 
bioS hw[rtj£] hnescran gecynde ; hi [ijioS switSe c5c ' to 
tedselenne ', ac hi bioS \t/t\ sona Ktgaedre. ^ fyr ))onne ne 
\mceg'\ naefre weorSan [W<z/]ed. Ic ssede \^pcaK\ nu hwene 
ier $ie nanwuht his \agen^-ra wiilum no/de forweorSan ; at 3° 
ic com nu ma ymb [p] gecynd ))oiine yb Jx)ne willan, forSsem 
hi hwilum willatS on tu'°. pu mcaht wiian" be manegum 

' Bo«th. iti. pr. II. 1. 69 P. ' £a eti&m qiia« 

' gtiiyrftd B. ' Krom J; temcraS B. 

itworo'oB B. 'ftinJatB. ' Appur. trfi'/K io C. ' 
' gtdaltde B. * fid; B. ' So »lso B. '■> fttu 



XXXIV. f ,1] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 93 

^ngum f J gecynd is switSe micel ; is f formiccl gecynd Sat 
unim lichoman cymB call his msegen of Csm mete J>e we 
I"K?*5, (7) ])eah faertj se mete ut fmrh Jwne lichoman ; ac his 
swsec' Seah/htscneftgecymSon' aelcre aedre, swa swa mon 
S meolo seft; Saet meolo SurgcrypS seic Cyrel, 7 J>a syfeSa' 
weorSaS asyndred. Swa eac ure gast bitS swiSe wide 
farende * unim unwillum 7 ures ungewealdes for his ge- 
c[>']nde, nalles for his willan ; f biS }>onne jwnne we 
slapaS. HwiBt, [A*] nytcnu Sonne 7 eac (» oSra 

10 ges[«a^fl] tna wilniaS K"^* ^' ^' ^/(Vwta? /or gecyndi\ . 

•Sonne for willan. Ungecyndelic is* alcxt wnhte $ hit • 79a C. 
wilnige frecennesse oSSe deaSes, ac Jjeah masnig |3ing biS to 
}>3em gened $ hit wilnaS Jiara agSres ; forSEem se willa biS 
Jjonne Jtren^ra fionne f gecynd. Hwilum biS s^ wil/a 

t.e swiSra |3onne f gecynd, hwilum pat gecynd ofercymS J)one 
willan. Swa nu wnennes deS; sio biS aelcuw men gecynde, 
7 hwilum * Peak hire biS forwemed hi[r< gtcyndes purh] Jjees 
monnes willan. Eall sio lufti [/ff*] h3emed}>inges biS for 
gecynde, [«a/&j'] for willan. 

ao § xii*'. Be Jj^m Jiu meaht [o^Jice witan ^ se sceppend' 
ealra [^f]sceafta haefS forgifen jenw [/uj/] 7 an gecynd 
eallum his gesceaftu; l>Kt is f hi woldon %* bion. M\cTt 
wnhte is gecynde f hit wilnige f hit & sie be )ȣem daele [fie 
hit "■] his gecynde healdan mo/ [7 may]. Ne Jwarft Su no 

as tweogan \ymbe /] Jw Jm ser tweodesl, f is be [^j 
^(TJsceaflum ))e nane sawle r{abba^ ; aelc J>ara gesceafta ]je 
[jinr/e A(^?, f*] eac Ja J>e nabbaS, [willm'aS simU to biorme. 
£ta cwced ic : Nu ic] *ongite f Saet ic »r ymbe tweode ; f is • 79b C. 
Sjet selc gesceaft wilnaS symle to bionne ; f is swiSe sweo- 

.10 tol on Sasre tidringe. pa cwseS he : Hwsejjer ))u ])onne 
[o]ngite ^ aelc J>ara wuhta }>e him " beon J)enc[3], f hit 
]KncS setgxdere bion, gehal, untodseled"? forSsem gif hit 

' Boeth. ill. pr. 1 1. 1. 9] P. ' Dedit eoim providentii.' &c 

' tprac B. ' cw on 
B. ' pkmitcM B. 
" kit from J, om. B. 




94 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIV. |i» 

' todsled bi6, )7onne ne biC hit no hal '. Da cwS ic : )t is 
so6. Da cw^eS he : (/> is), eall Jang hab^> [A^] lenne 
wilbn, tSst is Bffit hi woldon [a #to« ; >«tf-]h J>onc anne 
wil[/iin] hi wilniatS %x& anea goodes }% ^ ji?, ^ is God*. 
Da cwjetS ic : Swa hit is [jwa ^]u ssegst ', Da cw»tS he : 5 
Hwset, }m tn[t';i/] openlice ongitan f Cset is for[i'ff/i'c«j good 
Jnug )}e ealia* wuhta j eall; gesceafta wilniaS to habbaiuw. 
Da cws6 ic : Ne niKg nan mon soSre secgan, forSKm ic 
ongite f ealla ge[j«ii//a] toflowen ' swa swa waeter, 7 [«a»«] 
sibbe ne nane endebyrd[fu»«] ne heolden, ac swiSe unge- 10 
rec[A«' /ojslupen '7 to nauhte wurden, [jwa noa] we 
laiige Kf EEedon on tTisse \ilcan hfc\ gif hi nsefdon senne 
God ' [fie him f]allum stiorde 7 mcode '£7 rtedde. Ac tut 
' forPade we wilon p an wealdmd it eallra Jiinga, we sceolom * 
Aeon nede gepa/an, sam we wilUat sd we ttyllan, P he sie se i^ 
heksta hrof eallra goda. ■Da smercode " he wi3 min 7 cwad: 
£ata", min did, ea^*j hwa/, pu earl swiSe gesmlig, 7 ie 
sivide blide, for minu " andgite. Swtde neah pu ongeatt pa p 
rifti, 7 P '/« p pu ar sadesl p du ongilon ne mihlesl, pat pu 
ware nu gePa/a. Sa cwad ic : Hvjcei was p p ic cer sade ao 
P ic nyssle^* f Sa cwa3 he: Nu pu seedesl p Su nyslesl^* 
alcre gesceafte ende ; ac wile nu p p is akre gescetrfle ende 
P 9u self or nemdest, p is God"; lo pant fuadiaS ealW 
gescea/la. Nab&a3 hi nan god oftr p to seeatuie,ne ^ namvuhl 
ne magOH ne u/or ne utor findatf: H 

XXXV". 

§ i. Sa he pa pis spell asad h^de, pa ongan he eft singan 
7 pus cwa3\^ {Swa hwa swa wHle dioplice spirigan mid 
innaueardan mode after ryhte, 7 nyUe P him anig man oS3e 
anig ping mage amerran, onginne Pon secan oninnan him 

■ Boetb. lii. met II. 'Qniujaii profiuidamentc,'&c. Cott. Hetr. xxiL 
' unlBdaMUBiPSnbidhitgthal'B. ' FromB,f»(rfC. ' twa 
tu lagil ], om. B. ' ealle B. ' lofiteimMt E ' Fiom J, mmUce R 
' 7 . . . wurden om. B. ' From B, goed C. ' sculon J. " nuar- 
tede]. " ea]. " Oiig. coZf in B, bul//ensed. "SumimJ. 
" nttit }. " JT M jn/ from J, om. B, "ta/laj. 



XXXV. I j] DE CONSOLATIONE pmLOSOPHIAE 95 

selftt,p he <er ymbtUon hint sohle, y forlalt tmnyUe ymbhogan 
nva he swiSosl mage ; 7 gegtedtrige to }>am anum, 7 gesecge 
/ton his ami mode p hil mag findan oninnan him sel/um ealle 
Pa godjie hit ule sec3. pan mag he swiSe rape ongitan eall ' fi 
5 yfely p unmtp hear on his modehafde ; swa sweotoU swa 3u 
miht pa sunnan geuon, 7 fiu ongiist Pin agen ingePanc,P hit 
bi$ micele beorhtre^ 7 leohtre pon seo suniu. ForPa nan hafignes 
Pas lichoman ne nan unSeaw ne mag eaUunga ation of his 
mode pa rihtwisnesse ', swap he hire hwalhwegu nabbe on his 

'o mode; peah sio swarnes 3ai lichoman y pa unpeawas oft 
abisegien p mod mid ofergiotulnesse, 7 mid Pa gedwolmisti hit* 
Jbrtio p hit ne mage swa beorhte scinan swa hil wolde. 
7 Peah bii simle corn pare soS/astnesse sad on pare sawU 
wunigende. Pa kwile Pe sio sawl 7 se lichoma gederode bio3. 

'ip corn sceal bion awehl mid aicunga 7 mid lare, gif hit 
growan sceal. Hu miMgpm anig man ryhiwislict y gescead- 
wislice acsigan^, gif he nan grot rihtwisnesse on him nafd? 
Nis nan swa swiSe bedaled ryhtwisnesse P he nan ryht and- 
ivyrde nyte, gif mon acsoB. Forpd hit it swiSe ryht spell 

'Op Plato se udwita sade ; he cwaH : swa kwa swa ungemyndig 
sie rihtwisnesse ', gecerre hine to his gemynde ; pan fint he Par 
pa ryhtwisnesse gehydde mid pas lichoman hafignesse 7 mid 
his modes gedrefedntsse 7 bisgunga.) 

% ii '. ^Sa cwad ic : Ic eom gedafa p p was soS spell P 

"S Plato sade. Hu ne mynegodesf pu me eac nu tteiva pare 
ilcan iprace ? artst Pu cwadep ic heefdeforgilenp gecyndeliee ' 
god p ic oninnan me selfii hafde, for das lichoman hefig- 
nesse. j^t odru cerre Pu me sadestp Su hafdest ongitenp me 
selfu Puhttp ic hafde eallunga forloren P gecyndelice god p ic 

30 oninnan me selfu sceoldt habban, for pare ungemeflican unrot- 
nesst pe ic hafdt for da forlatenan welan. £>a cwaS he : 
par pu gemyndett pa word pe ic Pe sade on Pare forman bee, 
' Boetli, iil. pr. 1 1. ' Tnm ego, Platooi, ioqoam,' Sec. 
' OriK. lalie, bat t crated. * em. beorin B. ' em. imrihtwiintue B. 
' Orlg. hig B, r (unied into t. * em. aciigtn B. ' em. riktKiiiein B. 
' myndffdat J. ' en. pcyndelie B. 




96 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHtAE [XXXV. f » 

pSn miht '' Pu be Pa wordu gtfwg tweolole OHgitan P p du or 
sadtsip 3u nytttesl*. Sa noaS k: Hwat wasp, kwal tadt 
ic p ic tp/ste ' ? Ba ew<Ed ht : Su sades/ on Pare iican bee fi 
du ongeate pte God weolde fiuus middangeardes, ac pu sadest 
P pu * ne mihle wilan kumela he his weolde, oSSe hu he hit ^ 
weald. Ba cwaS ic : Ic geman genog geara ' min agen dysig, 
/ ■ ' ' / ic hit wies or fie gepa/a.'^ *^Ses.\\ ic hit Sa be sumum 

* 8aa C. dsete ongeale, ic wolde giet his mare st ]» gelieran. Da 

cwaetS he: Ne Se nauht ser ne tweode Baette God nedde 
7 wiolde ealles middangeardes. Da cweS ic : Ne me giet :d 
nauht ne tweotS, ne nu nsefre ne twioS ; ic Ce wille cac sona ' 
sec[^a«] be hwEm ic hit ' aereat ongeaL Ic on[gea/\ f tSes 
middangeard w^es of swi?^ [manrgyim 7 mislicum Jnngum 
gega[(/ff-Oi^, 7 jw]iSe faeste tosomne gelini[«/ 7 f^/Jangod. 
Na;re(«) ' Se {hi) gegaderode 7 geradod[i], swa wiSerwearda ij 
gesceafta, j3on[«]' ne wurdon hi nxfre ne geworht[*] ne eac 
gegaderod ; 7 gif he hi ne gebunde mid his unanbindendli- 
cum * racen[^], Bonne toslupen hi ealla ; 7 nae[« " no] swa 
gewislice ne swa endebyr[<//i«] ne swa gemetlice hiora 
stede 7 hiora ryne funden on hiora stowii 7 on hiora 10 
tidum, gif an unanwendendlic God (nare fie keora'" weolde.' 
pone God), Sat ^ he is, f ic hate God, swa swa ealle 
gesceafta halaS. 

§ iii B. Da cwasS he : Nu Su f swa openlice ongiten 
haefst, ne Searfe ic nu nauht swiBe ymb Sat swincan $ ic tSe >f 

• 80b C, ma be Gode recce ; for]3[o fiu M]rt nu fulneah 'cumen in on " 

Sa ceastre fKere soSan gesselSe, J>e Jm lange" acr ne meahtest 
aredian. Ac wit sculon swajieah secan f f wit ser mjTiton. 
pa cwieS ic : Hwjel is Sset ? Da cwaeS he : Hu ne tealdon ' 
wil jer f te genj-ht wieren " gesxlSa, 7 )3a gesseltSa [w«5r]en 30 
God ? Da cwaeS ic : Swa hit is [swa ^]u ssegst. Da {cwa^ 
he : God ne bej^earf [wja]es oSres fultomes buton his \_sel/et'] 
< Boeth. iii. pr. it. L Ig P. 'Turn ills, cnm haec, inqnit,' &c. 

' mtahte J. ' ntsse J. ' nyise J. ' ConJKt. om. B. 

' geart J. * hit om. B. ' Lait n etued in B. ' Conj.^M B. 
* unabindendluu B. " nsroa ne J. " }e hevra conj, ma, B. 

" innoH B. " iatigC " vnrri B. 



XXXV. i 4] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 97 

his gesceafta mid to wealdnnw*, [pe\^ ma )« he ser J>orfte 
to' [^b] weorce; forSEem gif he sniges [yl/Jtomes on 
snegum ]nngum be5orf[fe], fonne luerde he {no) self geno[f ]. 
Da cwaeS ic: Swa hit is swa Cu \_segst\. Da cwkS he: 
S purg hine self^w he] gesceop eall tSing 7 ealra wyh. Da 
[af(e]5 ic : Ne maeg ic }«es oSsacan. Da cwa[«^ he : JS.t 
we )>e hiefdon f gereahl f God waere Jiurh hine selfne good. 
Da cwietS ic: Ic getnan f Su swa' saedest. Da cwgeS he: 
J>urg good God .gesceop eal* ?ing, forSaem he wilt)mrh hine 

10 self[w] ealles jjaes "pt we ser cwsedon Sset good waere; 7 he 
is ana staSolfiest wcaldend 7 stiora 7 steorrotSer 7 helma*, 
fortSasm he riht 7 [ral ealiu] gesceaft[ttff(], 'swa swa good ' 81a C. 
stiora anum scipe. [^a] cwseS ic : Nu ic 5e ' andette $ ic 
h[«*if] funden duru Jwer Jner ic aer ge[jMA ant] lytle cinan, 

15 swa tSaet ic unea?5[<' /ni^/^] gesion swiSe lytelne scima[M 
jfeoA/w] of )iissum Jjiostrum; 7 J)eah [/« m^] tEchlest ler }>a 
dura, ac ic [A(W ne] meahte mare aredian, b[a/OTi p ic hire] 
grapode ymbulan [;S J>t ic Pat fyt^e leoht geseah iv^inclian. 
It Pi sait] gefyrn aer on ))iss[f ikan bcc p ic] nysse {hwat 

lo se) fnima wKre ealra [gescea//a] ; Jxi gerehtest J)u me f hit, 
[was God], Da nysse ic eft ymb Jwne [ende, ar] J)u me eft 
gereahtes f SkI [ware eac God]. Da saede ic ])e j ic nysse 
hu he [ealra Para] gesceafta wiolde ; ac Jiu hit [me] hsefst nu 
SwitSe sweotole ge[r^A/] ', swylce Jju habbe ]>a duru 3\l>rodcn] " 

3 J )>e ic £er sohte. Da andswarode [he me] 7 cwxS: Ic wat f 
ic tSe EEF myndg[m/e] Cjere iican spriece, 7 nu me Si[«f/ jS] 
J)u ongiie swa swa " leng swa bet [ymbe] )>a soCfaestnesse ; 
ac {ic) wolde [gUPe] eowian sume bysne, {ae) swa sweo[/o/^] 
swasiowEBSJieic (A)aersaede. Y}{a cwaS ic]: Hwset[Knb/' 

JO § iv l", £)fl] cwaeS he ; Ne '[mffi^ nanne monpa^ twiogean • 8ib C, 
fte ealra gesceafta [i*fn«] willum God ricsaS ofer hi, 
7 ea^modiice] hiora willan wendaB to his willan. [Be pam 



h Boeth. iii 


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L44P. 


' Cum dens, inquit, omnii,' &c. 


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om. B. 


.ollj"^' 


om.B. 
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' ale B. 
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98 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXV. 1 4 

w] swiCc sweotol Baette God leghwses [wtall mid J>^pm 
helman 7 mid 5a;m atior[ro?rr Am] goodnesse; forCaem))e 
ealla [gesceaf/a] gecyndelice hiora agnQ [willunt fundiaS] 
to cumanne to Code, [swa swa we ' o/l ter] sjedon on Bisse 
ilcan [iec. Sa twaS ic: Hwi »w*] maeg (I'c) |)ss twioganjS 
\_foTpa Godct fl»iiv]a]d nsere full eadig[/V<r ^ (/"^a ^ejsceafta 
hiora unwillii him \Jurden ' ; 7 (/"C] ]>a gesceaTia nKren nanes 
[pontes ne »]anes weorSscipes wyrSe gif [^t -Siora wff]willuni 
hiaforde herden. Da \cuxe3 hi\ : Nis nan gesceaft ]>t * tiohhie 
[P Mo] scyle winnan wiS hire scippen[(A'j vji'lla'jn gif hie hire » 
cynd ' healdan wille*. [Sa cwitif] ic : Nis nan gecynd' Jjc 
wiB hire [jf yl/«ijdes willan winne huton dy^ig man, <j]5Se eft 
Ja witSerweardan engki. [£)a <rwaS] he : Hwset wensl Cu? 
gif »negu [gtscta/i'] tiohhode f hio wiS his willan [seeoldej 
winmii, hwset hio meahie witS [jwa mi'Ajtigne swa we hine 15 
gereahtne [hai&a^] ? Da cwaiS ic : Ne magon hi nauht, 
[PeaA hi wiilon. Da wundrode iu 7 cuxtd : Nis\ 'nanwuht 
)>e masge oSSSe wille swa heaum Gode* wiScweSan. Da 
cwseS ic : Ne wene ic f Enig wuht sie 5e witS winne, buton 
Ssel wit Kr sprtecon. Da smearcade he7cw3e5; Witegeare »o 
Sast Cffit is f hehste gdd, Ssec hit call swa mihtiglice macaS 
7 eall Sing gesceop 7 eallQ swa [^fjreclice racaS 7 swa 
eSelice buion a[</f«] geswince hit eall set. Da cwaeS \k: 
Wel\ me licode Sset J>u ser ssedes, 7 ^ists me lyst nu\ giet 
bet; ac me sceamaS nu S[ffl/"' ic kit ar] ne ongeat Da n 
cwsetS he: {Hjval). ic wat [# ^a f^jherdest oft reccan on 
ealdum [leasu] spellum fte lob Saturnes " [sunu sceo^At 
bion se hehsla god of[(r ealU oSre "] godu ", 7 he sceolde bion 
J>ES heo[_/oi.rj] sunu, 7 sceolde ricsian on heo[_/ffii(]; 7 
sceolden " gigantes " bion eorSan [ja«fl],7 8a sceolden ricsian 30 
ofer eor[^ffn ; 7 pa\ sceolden hi bion swelce hi wsren 
[geswjrs^lttnd. " beam, forSEcmJje he &ce\oldt 6eon\ heofones 
sunu, 7 hi eorSan. 7 J>a [sceo/de'j Jjaem gigantum of)>incan 
' «« from J, om. B. ' im»u J. ' From J, htrdeit R 

' Pt he B. ' giiyad B. ' inft C. ' gesceqfl B. ' em. gaiiafB. 
' ^oode B. " flii/ conject.,^ B. " saturrais C. " <Aru J. 

" ^0diu B. " em. neelde C, icildon B. " gigatiiai B. " gttwjistrtiia R 



XXXV. (5J DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 99 

j> he hxfde hiera rice ; woldon )a tobrecan }>o(n^] heofon 
under him; )a sceolde he sendan Jninras 7 ligela' 7 windas, 
7 loweorpan [«//] hira gru^o^c'] mid, 7 hi selfe ofslean. 
•[i^y/Jica leasunga hi worhton, 7 meahton eaSe seggan • 81b C. 
5 soSspell, gif ' him )>a leasunga nseren swetran, 7 f»eah swiSe 
gelic Sisum. Hi meahton seggan hwytc dysig Nefrod se 
gigant worhte; se Nefrod waes Chuses sunu; Chus waes 
Ciames' sunu, Cham' Noes. Se Nefrod het w[^rfa]o 
serine lor on Szem felda Se Nen[jiir] • hatte, 7 on tSsere Jjiode 

JO Se Dtira' [halU, iiwjSe neah Jiaere byrig \J>e moti nu hml 
ifaijilonia. 'P hi dydon \^for pa Ji'Jngum ]«' hi woldon 
witan hu heah \hii wcere'] to Ssm heofone, 7 hu Sicce se 
[Ae/on Hijaere 7 hu fsest, oSSe hwst })ffir[o/^r ware'^ Ac hit 
gebyrede, swa hit [cynn ' wwj], ■f se godcunda wald ' hi 

'5 tostenc[/f'"<yr hi] hit fullwyrcan mosten, 7 to[iwa/^] Sone 
tor, 7 hiora monigne of[j/(^, 7 Ajomi jjprfeee todselde on tu 
7 hund [jfo^on/(']g gejiioda. Swa gebyreS eLu [/ora ^3* 
winS wiS SEtn godcundan anwal[A; ««] gewyxS him 
nan weorSscipe on [fcm, ajc wyrtS se gewanod ]>e hi :er 

30 hEcfdon. 

§ V '. Ac loca nu hwEcSer }ni wille SEt [iotV] g^et spyrigen " 
aef t jenigre gesce^dwt'snesse /urSar, nu wit Saet fiinden " 
habbaS p wit aer lohlo'a, Ic wene f«ah, gj/" wit giet uncru 
word /osomne sleaS, ;* 9tzr 'asprunge sum spcarca up soS- * 83« C. 

35 faesinesse jjara f e wit ser ne gesawon. Da cwseS ic : Do 
(«<io) swa 5u wille. Da cwseS he : Hwiet, neenne mon nu 
ne iweoS f God sie swa mihtig f he msege wyrcan f f he 
wille. Da cweS ic t Ne tweoS Bses ncenne " mon Se auht 
wat. Da cwkB he : HwcSer Eenig mon wene" f [auit sie 

JO ^ffij] ]je God don ne masge '". Da cw[ffl^ <}: : Ic hit " wal 
Saet nauht nis J«s ]« he [don'] ne msege. Da cwseS he : 

< Boeth. iiLpT. i>. 1, 6S P. • Sed nlsne mtionei,' ic, 

' fygriu B. ' gi/abovt line C. ' From J, thaaitus B. 

• chad R * From J, senaar B, * Looks lilte dera in C. ' ^ B. 
' tyn]. ' anmtnU B. " tmtenle B. " gapyri^" B, 

" afiinden B. " nan B. ■' toare B. " mag B. " hit am. B. 




lOO DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXV. | 5 

Wenstu hwaeSer [he mJEege aenig' yfel don? Da cwaeSic; 
Ic wa[/ fi~\ he ne mxg. Da cwaeC he : SoS Jni sxgst, 
forSaem hit is nauht ; Jser yfel auht wjere, J)orne meahie hit 
God wyrcan; forSy hit is nauht. Da cwseS ic : Me )>incC 
f Bu me dwelle 7 dydre', swa moncild deC; isedst me hidres s 
7 Sidres ' on swa )>icne wadu Sxt ic ne msg ut aredian. 
FortSaem Su a ymbe sticce fehst (e/() on 5a tican [i^]rsece Jw 
Jm ier spraece, 7 forlselst eft Ka asr 5u hi geendod haebbe, 7 
ftihsl on uncuSe ; py ic nat (nu) hwaet Jm wilt. Me JrincS 
\ Su Aw«rfe ymbeulan sume wandorlice 7 seldcuie spraece 10 
ymbe tia anfraldnesse * fwre godcundnesse. Ic geman f Su me 
aer reahtes su wundor/iV spell be Sa /a 5u me reahtes $ hit ' 
•wEcre call an gesaelSa 7 $ hehste god, 7 cwEcde f Sa gesselSa 
waeren on Saem hehste goode feste, 7 f hehsie good wrere 
God self, 7 he waere full aelcre gesielSe ; 7 Jju cwasde f aelc if 
gesaehg men ware God. 7 eft ]ju saedes )i Codes goodnes' 
7 his gesaslignes [7] he self Saet Saet waere' eall an, 7 J 
?Son[w]' waere se hehsta God; 7 10 Saem god[^ eal'^ {pa) 
gesceafta fundiaS tSe hioro [^^]cynd healdaS, 7 wilniaS $ hy 
to c[nOTt>n] '. 7 eac Jni saedes Sstte God wiolde ea[//]ra (Ah) >■> 
gesceafia mid Sjem sliorroSre his goodnesse ; 7 eac saedes J 
eaJla gesceafia hiora agntim willum ungenedde him waereu 
underSjodde. 7 nu on las/ }^u sKdes f yfel naere nauht. 
7 eal[/] Jiis Jju gereahtes to so6e swiSe gesceadwi[j//]ce, 
buton a;lcre leasre raedelsan. >j 

§ vi ^. \B<i\ cwffitS he : pu sasdea ^r ■f ic '" fie dwealde " ; 
ac me tSincS sejfum $ ic J)e nauht ne dwelle ", ac Se ssede " 
swiSe lang spell 7 wundorlic, 7 " swiSe gesceadlice be Stem 
Gode Se wit unc gefyrn to gebasdon ; 7 nu giet ic tiohhie ^i ic 
Se hwaethwugu uncuSes gerecce be Stem ilcan Gode. Hit is 30 
g[«f]ynd fjsere godcundnesse f hio maeg bion ungemenged 

k Boelli. ili. pr. \i. 1. 93 P. ' Turn ilU, Miuime, inqnit,' &c. 

' anig cm. B. ' dwtligc 7 dydirie B. ' Isfst me hider j pidtr R 
* andfealdntsu B. ' hit cm. B. ' em. gaedes C, godaeis B. 

' At -aiari B. ' ConjecL pBn B. * lacumat J, " ic om. B. 

" dtvelede B. " sitiU fc B. " 7 o™. R 



XXXV. { 7] OE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE loi 

wits otSr(<j* gesceafta *buton otSerra gesceafla fultome, * 84* C. 
swa swa nan bSer gesceafc ne taxig. Ne niEeg nan otSm 
gesceaft be him seirum bion, swa swa {gio) Parmenides se sciop 
giddode 7 cwtS: Se aelmihtega God' is eallra ))inga reccend, 
5 7 he ana unanwenilendlic ' wunaS, 7 ealra Wara anwendend- 
licra welt. FortSEem t!u ne Jjearft nauht swt^^ wundrxm Seah we 
spyrien Eefter tSsem 5e we angurmon, swa mid lies worda swa 
m[('rfma], swjeSer we hit gereccan tnagon. Deah [wif ] nu scylen 
manega 7 mislica bisna 7 bispell reccan, Seah hangatS lire mod 

loealnewegonJjsemfiewesefterspyriatS. Nefowenoon'Sabisna 
7 on tSa' bispel for tSara leasena spelia Iiifan, ac forCasmtSe 
we woldon mid gebecnan ' Jja sotSfaestnesse, 7 woldon Zxi hit 
wurde to nytte tSam geherendum. Ic getnunde nu ryhte ]>xs 
wisan Platones lara suma, hu he cwasS t5ast te ' se mon se tSe 

i.^ bispel] secgan wolde, ne sceolde Ton on to ungehc bispel] Saere 
sprjece J)e he tSonne sprecan wolde. Ac geher nu geSylde- 
lice hwxt ic nu sprecan willc, 8eah hit ^e' gefyrn jer unnyt 
))uhte, hwjeSer/e ' se ende a hei lician wille. 

§ viil. Ongon Sa 'singan 7 cwjetS': {Gesalig btS se mon •84bC. 

2<ipe mag geseon pone klultran (Eivellm Pas hehstan '° godes, 7 
of him ulfu awforpan mag pa piosiro his modes. We sculon 
gel of ealda leasu spellU Se su dispell reccan) H'\l gelamp 
gio Sxtte an bearpere w£es on Ssere Siode $e Sracia " hatte, 
sio wass on Creca rice; se bearpere waes switSe ungefrseglice 

15 good, t$£S nama wses Orfeus ; he h^rde an switSe senile wif, 
sio w:es haten Eurudice ". Da ongon mon secgan be tSam 
hearpere f he meahte hearpian J se wudu wa^ode, 7 )ja 
stanas hi styredon '* for 5y " swege, 7 wildu dior Sier woldon 
to irnan 7 stondan swilce hi tamu wsren, swa stille, Seah him 

30 men oJStSe hundas witS eoden, SaEC bi hi " na ne onscunedon. 

> Bo«ib. iii. met. n. ' F«lii qui potuit boni,' &c. Cott. Melr. uiit. 



bUok ipace of about (i 

line. " em. htklan B. " raeia B. " turtidiu B alio. 

» AtrgediM B. " pa B. " At once B. 




I02 DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE pCXXV. { 7 

Da saedon hi f tSies hearperes {w>/'\ sceolde acwelan, 7 hire 
saule noon sceolde 'tedan to helle. Sa sceolde se Ararpere 
weorSan swa sarig f he ne meahte ongemon^ oSnim 
monnura bion, ac teah to wuda, 7 sset on Ssem muntum 
segSer ge dsges ge nihtes ; weop 7 hearpode &EeC Sa wudas 5 
bifedofff] * 7 )>a ca ilodon, 7 nan heort ne onscunoi/f nanne 
Icon, ne nan hara nenne hund, ne nan neat nyste nxnne 
andan ne nsenne ege to oSram for &ere tnergSe * Sees sones. 
Da tSsem hearpere Sa Suhte tSset hme {pa) nanes Singes ne 
lyste on 9isse worulde, Sa tfohte he Sxt he wolde gesecan 10 
helle godu*, 7 onginnan him oleccan mid his hearpan, 7 
biddan f hi him ageafan * eft his wif. pa he tSa Bider com, Sa 
sceolde cuman tSsere helle hund ongean hine, ]>£s nama W3^ 
Ceruerus *, se * sceolde habban {>rio heafdu ; 7 (ongan) 
onfsegnian^ mid his sleorte, 7 plegian v'itS hine for his >5 
hearpunga. Da wjes Sier eac swiSe egeslic geatweard, tSses 
nama sceolde bion Caron ; se hasfde eac ))rio heafdu, 7 («) 
wa;s swilSe oreald. Da ongon se hearpere hine biddan ^ he 
hine gemundbyrde Sa hwile )« he tSasr wsere, 7 hine 
gesundne eft Sonan 'brohte. Da gehet he him Sset, fortSs »o 
he waes oflyst Stes setdcuSan sones. Da code he furSur, oS 
he (fr')mette tSa graman metena' tSe folcisce men hatatS 
Parcas, 5a hi secgaS Sset on nanum men nyt[(in wa]ne are, 
ac selcQ men wrecen [be Aw] gewyrhtu ; )ja hi secgat! Saet 
walden [ajelcea mannca wyrde. Da ongon he biddan heora 15 
blisse ' ; Sa otigunnon hi wepan mid him. Da code he 
furSur, 7 him umon ealle helloaran ongean, 7 Iseddon hine 
to hiora cininge, 7 ongunnon ealle sprecan mid him 7 biddan 
J>aes Se '* he baed. 7 f unslille hweol Se Ixion wks " to 
gebunden Leuita " cyning for his scylde, tSset oSstod for his 30 
hearpunga. 7 Tantulus se cyning Se on tSisse worulde un- 
gemedice gifre w^s, 7 him S^r SkI ilce yfel filgde " Sasre " gi- 
fernesse, he geslilde. 7 seultof" sceolde forlastanSset bene" 

' bifidan B. ' mirh^ B. ' galu B. ' From B, agcfiin C. 

' an. cenieruenis C, aruerus B. 'leom.B. ^ /xgtHian V. 

■ gydena B. ^ ' millii B. " Ot om. B. " was om. B, " lauita B. 
" fyligtU B, " em, OctC and B. " So B ■Iso. " nt om. B. 



XXXVI. I I] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 103 

slat tSa lifre Sticces' J«es C3'ningea tSe hine asr mid Cy 
witnode. 7 eall hellwara witu ges/ildon Sa hwile J>e he 
beforan tSam cyninge h[<]arpode. Da he 5a 'longe 7 lange * 86a f. 
hearpode, 5a eleopode se hellwara cyning 7 cwaetS : Wutun 
5 agifan Sasm esne hi8 wif, forSsem he hi hseRS geearnad mid 
his hearpunga. Behead him 8a $ he geare wisse [;* ^]e' 
hine nsefre underbasc ne besawe, [ji*]55an ' he Konanweard 
wsere ; 7 SEed[^] gif he hine underbtec besawe $ he sceolde 
forlxtan Saet wif, Ac 5a lufe mon masg swi5e uneaSe otS5e 

10 na ' forbeodan ; weilawei, hwjet, Orpheus Sa Isedde his wif 
mid him otS ' he com on f gemare leohtes 7 Sosiro. pa code 
f wif Kft him. Da he furSum ' on 53et leobt com, 5a beseah 
he hine underbsec wi5 5jes wifes ; tSa losade hio him sona. 
Das leasan {speir) IxraS gehwylcne mon Sara 5e wilna5 belle 

15 5iostro to Sionne 7 to 5sea so5an godes liohte to cumanne, 
$ he hine ne besio to ' his ealdan ' jflum, swa 5Et he hi eft 
8wa fullice fullfremme swa he hi aer dyde. ForSsem swa hwa 
swa mid fuUe willan his mod went to 5se yflum Se he ser 
forlet, 7 hi 5onne fulIfremeS, 7 hi him Jjonne fulUce liciaS, 7 

to he hi nsefre forJffilan ne ))ence5, Sonne forlyst he eall his 
2tnan good, bmon he hit eft gebete, Hw endaS nu sio 
'))ridde boc Boelies, 7 ongimieS' sio fiorSe. • S6b C. 

XXXVI ". 

§ i. fa se Wisdom 5a 5ts Ieo5 swi5e lustbxrlice 7 geacead- 

wislice asurgen hcfde, 5a hsefde ic Sa giet hwyichwugu '" 

35 [gettt^nA on minum mode S^re unro[nes[jf] ]» ic (or) heefde, 

7 cw£e5 : Eala Wisdom, Su [pe] eart boda 7 forerynel Sees 

soSan l«)htes, hu wundorlic me SincS ^ Saet fiu me recsi ; 

forSsem ic ongile $te eall Saet ))u me jer reahtes me reahte " 

God )'urhSe,7ic hit wisse eaccr be sumumdfele; acmehsefde 

30 Jnos unrotnes amerredne, ^ ic bit hsefde mid ealle forgtten. 7 ^ 

" Boeth. it, pi. 1. ' Hue cam Philosophin,' &c. 

' litciet B. ' ke conject om. R * Fiom },/arfd E ' oWe na 

otD. B. ' dte B. 'far} B. ' A> om. B. * ealdu B. 

* angiHe C. " hiealhMga B. " For mt rsahli B hu lUkie. 



I04 DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXVI. ( i 

is eac minre anrotnesse se msesta diel, f ic wundrigo forhwy 
se gooda God ISete snig yfel bion, otStSe gif hit ^ah bion ' 
scyle, 7 he hit ge))afian wille, forhwy he hit {pSn) sona ne 
wrece. Hwsel, f)u meaht t5e self ongitan f Cast is lo wiin- 
drianne, 7 eac oSer Sincg me tSincS giet mare wundor ; ^ is f (e 5 
dysig 7 unrihtwisnes nu rissaS ofer eallne middangeard, 7 s^ 
wisdom 7 eac oSre crseftas nabbaS nan iof ne nsnne weorC- 
scipe on Sisse wonilde, ac licgaB forsewe[w] swa {swa) miox 
— under Teltune ; 7 yfele men o[n a]elcum l[o«]de sindon nu 
'. 'weorjje 7 fa goodan habbaS manigfeald witu, Hwa mseg i* 
forberan f he $ ne siofige 7 swelcre wseftSe ne wundrige, Sat 
te Eefre swylc yfel geweorSan sceolde under tSses selmihtgan 
Codes anwalde, nu we witon f he hit wat 7 selc good wile 1 
§ ii n. [iJ]a cwseS he : Gif hit swa is swa Su sagst, 
f Sonne is f egeslicre Sonne aenig o5er broga, 7 is endeleas is 
wundor, Saem gelicost Se on sumes cyninges hirede aien 
gyldenu fatu 7 selfrenu * forsewen, 7 treowcnu mon weorSige. 
Nis hit ' no swa swa Su wenst ; ac gif Su eall Sset gemunan 
wilt f we XT sprsecon, mid Saes Codes fultume tSe we nu 
embe sprecaS, Sonne meaht Su ongitan ^ Sa godan beoS* lo 
symie waldende, 7 Jia yfelan nabbaS nsenne anwald; 7 Kset 
J)a crseflas ne bioS nsefre buton heringe ne buton edieane, 
[m~\ })a unSeawas nsefre ne bioS unwitnode, ac Sa goodan 
bioS symle gesaelie, (7 pa y/ilan ungesalige], Ic tSe maeg 
eowian Sses swiSe manega bisena, Sa Se magon getrymian ij 
lo Son ' Sset J)U nast hwaet J)u leng siofige. Ac {ic) J^ wille 
nu giet gelsecan Sone weg Se Se gcljet to Jreere heofonlican 
''■ byrig }k Su [ixr] of come, siSSan Su ongitat *[/]urh mine 
!are hwast sio soSe geseelS biS, 7 hwasr hio biS. Ac ic sceal 
serest Sin mod gefeSeran*, Sast hit msege hit Se yS up 30 
ahebban £er Son hit deogan onginne on Sa beanesse, f hit 
maege hal 7 orsorh fieogan to his earde, 7 forlEetan selce 
Sara gedrefednessa Sc hit nu SrowaS. Sitte him on minu 

" Bocth. iv. pr. 1. I. 19 P. ' Tnm ilia, Et esset, inqoit,' 4c 
' tiim om. B. ' sylfnna R ' hUms'&. * WjB B, 



XXXVI. (4] DE ComOLATlONE PHILOSOPHIAE 105 

hrsedwsene; tSocrige him on minne weg; ic Ho his lad- 
tSeow. 

§ iii ", Da se Wisdom Sa \ns spell areaht h^de, 8a ongon 
be singan 7 cwaeS : {Ic habbt swfSt fwifk fe}>era,p ic mag 
hfliogan o/tr Pone hean hrof ptES heofona. Ac J>mr ic nu 
mostt Pin mod gtjiSerigan mid pd fideru, p 3u miklest mid me ' 
fliogan, pan mihl pu ofh-iion eallc pas eorSlican Pittg. Gif 
pu mihtest Pe fiigon ofer pd rodore, Pon mihkst pu gesion Pa 
wolcnu under Pe, 7 mihiesi pe fliogan ofer Pd Jyre pe is 

10 btiwux pd rodore j pare lyfit; 7 mihlesi pe feran mid pare 
sunnan betuyx pd lunglH, j ponon weorpan on Pd rodore, 7 
sfSSan to pd cealdan sliorran pe we ha/aS Saturnes steorra. Se 
is tall isig ; se wandraS ofer odru sieorrH ufor pen anig oder 
tungol. SiSdon pu Pan for3 ofer Pone bistaferod^,pm bist Pu 

15 bufanPd swiflan rodore, 7 lalst pon bekindan pe pone hehstan 
heofon. Si3San Pu mihl habban Pinne dal Pas so3an kohtes. 
par ricsaS an cyning ; se haf3 anweald eallra o$ra eyninga ; 
se grmelgad pone bridel 7 p gewealdUPer ealles ymbhweorftes 
hio/enes 7 eorPan ; se an dema is, gestaddig y beorhl ; se siiord 

10 P& hradwane eallra gesceafta. Ac gif Pu afre eymst en pone 
tueg 7 lo Pare stowe pe ^ nu geot forgilen hafst, Pon will 9u 
cwePan : pis is min riht edel ; kionan ic was ar cumen, 7 
h'onan ic was acentted ; her ic wille nu slandan faste ; nelle ic 
nu nafre hionon. Ic wal Peak, gif Pe afre geuQ-r3 p Su will 

15 odSe mosi eft fandian* para piostra pisse worulde, pSn gesiksl 
Pu nu ' pa unrihlwisan cyningas ' 7 ealle Pa ofermodan rican 
bion svtide unmihtige 7 swiSe earme wreecan. Pa ilcan pe Pis i 
earme fok nu heardosi ondral^ 

5 iv P. £>a cwseS {ic) : Eala, Wisdom, micel is Sset 7 

30 wundorlic f Su gehaetst, 7 ic eac nauht ne twcoge Cat 5u 
hit msege gelxslan. Ac ic ^ halsige Sset tSu me no ]eng ne 
lette *, ac geUec me Jwne weg ; Tort^m J)U meaht ongiian 

• Boetb. iv, met, i. ' Sunt clenim pencM,' &c. Cott, Mett. uiv. 

' Boeth. iv. pr. I. ' Tdiii tgo, Pipae, inqDam.' &c 

' aferad written over sq erued word. • Jundian B, ' hu p«Hly 

emed. * em. B hit gming, vitb an indistinct letter following. 

■ lade B, with / wriUeo above the d. 



I06 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXV], S < 

f me lyst Sees weges. Da cwieB he : pu sceal[/] Brest 
ongitan $ Sa goodan [AaiJbaB s){m]le anwco/i/, 7 /« j^«A7n 

• Sga C. tue/re nannt, *ne nieiine crseft ; fottSwm hiora nan n? ongit 

■fte good 7 yfel bioS symie gewinnan. Gtf & goodan 
Sonne sple habbatS anwald, ^nne nabbatS )ia yflan nEefrej 
neenne ; forSsem f good 7 ^ yfel sint swiSe unsamnTxde. 
Ac ic (^r) wolde giet be KgSril Sara hwsethwugu sweotolor 
gerfccan, J.Su tnsege 5y bel gelefan ^ ic tSe oSre.hwile 
recce be Saem oSnim, oSre hwile \bi\ tSsem oSrQ. Twa 
Sing sindon Se !elce[f] monnes ingeSonc to FundaS, ^ is i« 
Sonne willa 7 anwald; gif Sonne hvsm Sara twega 
hwffiSres wana biS, f>onne ne mseg he mid Sxm oSriS_ 
nanwuht fuUfremman '. ForSasm nan nyle onginnan f f 
he nyle, buion. he nede* scyle; 7 Seah he call wille, he ne 
mseg, gif he Sees Singes anwald neefS. Be Ssem Su meaht ij 
sweotole ongitan, gif Su aenigne mon gesihst wilnian Cks 6e 
he njef^ Sset (J>d bii) anwaldes wana. Da cwseS ic: ^ is 
soS; ne masg ic )>ks oS^acan, Da cwaeS he : GifSu Sonne 
hwone ' gesihst Se mjeg don ^ ^ he don wile, ne Se Sonne 
^ nauht ne tweoS f se hjebbe anwald. Da cwieSic : NetweoS »o 

• 89b C. me Sass nauht. Da cw:eS he : '.^Elc mon biS waldfnd 

Sies Se he ' welt ; {na/H he nanne amveald Jiies lie ht ne weli). 
Da cwEeS ic r pses ic eom geSafa. Da cw«S he : HwaeSer 
fni nu giet msege getniinan f ic Se jer reahte; $ wks ^e 
£]ces monnes ingeSanc wilnaS to J^xre soSan gesselSe to tj 
cumanne, Seah hi' ungelice hiora eamien*. Da cweS ic : 
^ ic geman ; genog sweotole me is Sst gessed. Da cwaeS 
he": Gemunst Su f ic Se (ar) sasde f [Ai/] wKre eall an good 
7 gesEelSa ; se/e gesielSa secS, he secS good. DacwxS ic: 
^ ic hiebbe gcnog fseste on gemynde. Da cw»S he ; Ealle y 
men ge goode ge yfele wilniaS to cumanne to goode, Jwah 
hi his mislice wilnien. Da cwkS ic : ^ is soS J ]>u ssegsl. 
Da cwjeS he : Genog sweotol $ is Sjet'te ' forSy sinl gode 
men goode, Se hi g6d gemetaS. Da cwseS ic : Genog open 



XXXVI. S 6] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 107 

hit is. Da cwaeS he : pa goodan begiiaS f good ^ hi 
wilniaS. Da cwjeS ic : Swa me CyncC. Da cwjeS he ; pa 
jrfelan nsron \na ' yfiU f Jf hi gemetteti Saet good Siet hi 
wilniaS ; ac forSy hi sint yfle J>e ' hi hit ne metatS ', 7 forSy 
5 hi hit ne metaS' tSe hi hit on riht ne secaS. {^ cwseS ic : 
Swa hit is swa 5u ssegsl. Da cwjetS he : ForSaem *hic is ' * !>o» ^■ 
nan tweo ^ ta* goodan beot! syle waldende, 7 ))a yflan 
nabbaS njenne anwald; fortSy tSa goodan Sset god on riht 
secaS, 7 {Sa) yflan on woh. Da cweeS ic r Se 5e ne* wentS 
10 f Sis soS sie ', Sonne ne gelyRS he nanes sotSes. 

§ vi. Da cwk8 he: HwEcSer wenstu nuf gi/ twegen " 
men fundiaS to anre stowe, 7 habbaS emnmicelne willan to 
to ci][ffi^]nne, 7 oSer hsftS his fota' anweald f he mseg gan 
S«r he wile*, swa swa eallum monnuin gecynde ware f hi 
15 meahteu, oSer nsefS his fota geweald ^ he msge gan, 7 
wilnaS Seah to feranne ", (7) ongintS creopan on Jrone ilcan 
weg ; hwsetSer 8ara twega " JiincC " & mehtigra P Da cwaeS 
ic : Nis f gelic ; se biS mehtigra se Se gaeS Jwnne se tSe criepS, 
fotS»m he mseg cuman eS Sider Se he wile }>onne se oSer; 
10 saga elles $ Su wille, Sset wat selc mon. Da cwebS he ; Swa 
ilce " lyS Ssem goodum 7 Ssem yflum ; Egjier heora wilnaS 
for gecynde f he cume to Ssem hehstan goode. Ac se 
gooda mE^ cuman Sider he wilnaS, forSEem he his on riht 
wilnaS, 7 se yfla ne msg cuman to Sxm )>e he wilna^ 
15 •forSsem hi " hit on wog secaS '°, Ic n3t Seah Jie elles hwset * S"** •-■ 
Since ". Da cwseS ic : Ne ffincS me nauht oSres of Sinum 
spellQ. pa cwjeS he: Genog rihte 5u hit ongitst, 7 $ is eac 
tacn )>inre hxlo ; swa swa tsca gewuna is f hi cweS3i5 Sonne 
hi siocne moo ge[K']c'5, gif hi hwilc ungef»glic " tacn on 
JO him " gesioS. Me SincS ou f f>in gecynd [7] Sin gewuna 
flite swiSe swiSlice wiS Ssem dysige. 

§ viT. Ic hsbbe nu ongiten f Su eart gearo to ongitanne 

< Boetb. iv. pi. i. 1. 41 P. 'Runut, inqnit, si dao sint,' ftc 

' Boeth. It. pr. 1. 1. 69 P. ' Sed quonism u ad intellegendam,' &c 

' fio J. ' / B. * gtmelaS B. • nil B. • So B. 

* )U om. a ' « «> B. ■ fiOa C. • ^r he viik onu H. 

"farmmcB. "twegraB. " >i«8 C. " gtJKi h. " Ae h. 

" ua B. " From B, ttrut C. " uttfa^U B. " him on B. 




108 DE CONSQLATlOtiE FHILOSOPHiAE [XXXVi J d 

mina lara; forSy ic Se wQide gegaderian mani'gu speH 7 
mancga bisna be tS^m ^ Su meabte Sy eS ongitan hirst 
ic secgsxi wille. Ongit nu hu unmehlige )>a jfUn men bioS, b 
nu hi ne magon cumui Sider Sider 8a ungewilCigan gc- 
jceafta wilniaB lo to ' cumanne ; 7 hu micle unmihtegran * Iri s 
wxrcn gif hi his nan gecynde nsfden. Beheald nu mid hu 
hefigre racentan dysiges 7 ungejix/Sa hi sint gebundene. 
Hwset, }ia cild, ?k)rine hi furSum gan magon, 7 eac Sa 
ealdan ceorla.s, ^ hwile )>e hi gan magon, wilni[a^ sumes 
weorSscipes 7 sum« mserSe, Da cild ridaS on hiora 10 
starum 7 mant^ealde plegan plegiaS ' 'Sser hi byriaC * ealdnm 
monnii. 7 Sa dys^an nanwuht nellaS onginnan Begs 8e hi' 
him awtSer ' msegen to wenan oStSe lofea oSSe leana, ac doS f 
wyrse is ; irnaS hidres Sidrea ' dwoligende under J^iem hrofe 
■ eallra gescrrafta; 7 ^e Sa ungewill^ganY gescia/vi. witon, f 15 
niton Sa dystgan men. ForSy sint )>a aaftas beteran ?Sonne 
}>a unSeawas, fortiem^ seic mon sceal bion ge]>afa, sam ^ 
wille sam he nylle, ^ se sie anwald^ost* Semseg becvmon to 
Jia hehj/a hrofe eallra gescea/ta, p is God; Pa nis nanwuht 
beu^« '" ne nanwuht btnypan ne _>wiutan, ac ealle )'ing sint xj 
binnan him on his anwalde. Se God is swiSe to /wlianne. 
Hu ne CM Eede/a tpr f se wsere an feSe mihtigosl se pe meahte 
gan {ptah he woldt) otS Sisse lorPan mde, siva f te nan " dsel 
jij'sM eorjwn ofer f jusre ? f ilce f>u meaht getSencan be God*, 
swa swa we ser cwjedon, f se biS meahtegost J)e to him Jj 
'I cuman mxg, forSzem he nohwider ofer ^ cuman ne maeg. 
§ vii ■. Be eallii Sissu racQ pu meaht ongitan f Sa goodan 
:. bioS simlt 'mf'Atige, 7 Sa yflan beoS selces maegnes 7 selces 
craeftes bedaelde. tlwy wenstu Sonne f hi forlaeten tSa 
crffifias 7 folgien Ssem untSeawum f Ic wene Seah f Cu }» 
wille secgan ^ hit sie for dysige ^ hi hi ne cunnen tocnawan. 
' Boeth. iv. pr. a. 1. 86 P, ' Ei quo fit, quod linic obiacet,' &c. 

' to once B, ' ungtmikran B. ' pUgan ^gioB in small 

character beneath last line of page. * Orig. enhynaS B, m dossed 
out and o/er writien above. ' From B, hit C. ' ag^ B. 

' Aider jpidtr K ' gtzritligan }. ' Fiom J, anvealdt Aegeil B. 

'■■ Cooject. iu/an B. " Sn C. 



XXXVI. J 8] DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE log 

Ac hwEct segst tSu J)[o«»f] f sie forcutSre Jjonnc sio un- 
g[Mf]eadwisne8 ? hwy geCafiaS hi Ctet hi bioS dysige ? 
hwy nyllaS fay spyrian »ft cra^flum 7 Eefl wisdome? Ic wat 
Jieah Baet swongomes hi ofsit 7 hi mid slKwtSe ofercymC, 7 
5 gitsung hi ablent. Wit cwsedon })eafa :er ^ nanwubt nsere 
wyrse Jjonne ungesceadwisnes. Ac hwKt willatS wit nu 
cwetSan', gif (>a gesceadwisan habbatS untSeawas 7 nyllaS 
SpjTJan Eft wisdome 7 sefi crseftum f Ic wat ))eah f tSu wilt 
cuetSan f wrsennes 7 ungemetfEestnes hi ofsitte ; ac hwat is 

10 Jjonne unstrengra Sonne se mon (« biS to ungemetli^r 
oferswiSed mid Caem tedran flEBSce, buton he eft geswice 7 
winne wi5 ]ia unSeawas swa he switSost miege ? Ac hwset 
wilt Su ^nne cweSa[n], gif bwa nanwuht nyle wiS winnan, 
ac mid fulle willan forlset selc good *? fulgjeS Sam yfle, 7 'gjaC, 

'S biC tfeah gesceaAtus • ? Ic secge sie unmehtig ;^eac ealtes 
nauht ; forSsm swa hwa swa Cone ^ ^msenan God * eallra 
goda* forlaet, buton tweonne ne biS se nauht. Ac hwa 

/ swa* willnaS f he craeflig sie, he wilnaS f he wis sie; swa 
hwa swa tkinne cneftig biS, he biS wis, 7 se tSe wis biS, he 

ao bit? good ; se )je Jxjnne good biS, se bit! gesselig, 7 se tSe 
gesaelig bitS, se biS eadig, 7 se ]» eadig biS, se bitS god, be 
fisem dxle Se we ser reahton on tHsse ilcan bee. Ac ic wene 
nu hwonne f dysige men willen wundrian ^as Se ic Eer 
SEede ; fiset wks Salle yfie men njeren nauhtas, fortSEem 

ij {pe) Sara is ma )>onRe })ara oSra. Ac Seah hi his nu nsefre 
ne gelefen, tSeah hit is swa ; ne magon we nEefre gereccan 
Sone yllan mon clxnne 7 untwifealdne. Son' ma Se we 
ma^n hatan oSSe habban deadn* mon for cwucone ' ; ne 
biS se' cwuca Sonne nyllra Se se deada, gif him his yfel 

30 ne hreawd ; ac se pt ungeredice 1/^5 7 his gecynd nyle 
healdan, ne biS se nauht. 

§ viii t. Ic wene J>eah $ Su wille cweSan f hit ne sie •^alles * S'l" ^■ 

swa gelic, Saet se yfla masge don yfel Seah he good* ne 

' Boeth, iv. pr. 1. 1. 10^ P. ' Sed pcnsniit, inqiiici. mali,* £c. 

' Ftoin B, vnt nu init cvatSttti C. ' cm gesttadtoise C aai) B. 

• From B.pWC. ' Ktoid B, ;«wb C. ' Jioa iu-a iwa B. 

'PeB. ' Half the w of ^ic'jii'fffu goDc. *i«om.B. ' jiW above line in C. 




no DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXVI. ( 8 

msege, 7 se deada ne masge nautSer don ; ac ic tSe secge $se 
anwald Sara yflena ne cymS of nanum craefie, ac of unSea- 
wum ; ac gif tSa yflan symle goode wEren, ]Jonne ne ^'den 
hi nan yfeL Ne bio5' tSffit nane mehta f mon mEege yfd 
don, ac biotS unmeahta ; gif (/) 308 is $ we ser gefjtn ; 
reahton, ^ f yfet nauht ne sie, Sonne ne wyrcS se nauht, 
(k) Se yfel wyrcS. Da cwxS ic: Genog soC $ is f Su 
ssegst. Da cwseS he : Hu ne reahton we xn f nanwuht 
mere mehligra Sonne f hehste good ? Da cwC ic : Swa 
bit is swa Cu ssgst Da cwseS he : Ne hit )>eah ne mxg lo 
nan yfel don. Da cwaeS ic: Daet is soS."^Da c»S he: 
Hw^eSer seni mon ' wene f cenig mon sie swa meahtig 
f he ms^e don eall Sset Saet he wille } Da cwaS ic : Ne 
wenS Saes nan mon J>e his gewit hsefS. Da cwjeS he : 
Hwsec, }He men magon Seah yfel don. Da cwxS ic :. Eala, 1$ 
Skf hi ne meahton. Da cwseS he : Hit is sweotol f hi 
magon don yfel, 7 ne magon nan good ; f is forSasm)>e 
f yfel nis nauht ; 'ac J« goodan, gif hi fulne anwald AaSbaS, 
hi magon don to goode f f hi willaS, ForSy is se fulla 
anwald to lellanne to Ssem hehstum goodum, forSEem Eeg))er 10 
ge se anwald ge Jm oSru good 7 Sa craeftas Se we longe aer 
nemdon sindon fjeste on Ssem hehstan goode. Swa swa 
selces huses wah ^iS fseat segSer ge on Ssere flore ge on Siera 
hrofe, swa biS seic good on Gode fsst ; forSsem he is jelces 
godes EgSer ge hrof ge flor. Dy is a to wilnianne Jjses 15 
anwaldes f mon msege good don ; forStem Sjet is se betsta 
anwald f mon maege 7 wille wel don, swa la^ssan spedum 
swa maran, swseSer he hiebbe. ForSiem swa hwa swa' 
wilnaS * good to donne. he wJInaS good to habbanne 7 mid 
goode to bionne. FotSy' is sePlatonescwide genog soS(^r) jo 
he cwseS: Da wisan ane magon don to goode f hi wilniaS;^ 
Sa yflan magon onginnan f hi willaS *. Ic nat nu Seah Su ' 
wille cweS[afl^] ]>a. goodan onginnen hwilQ f hi ne magon 
forSbrengan; ac ic cweSe f hi hit bringaS symle forS; 



XXXVII. S I] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE III 

Seah hi Bset weorc ne msegen fullfremman, 'hi iaihX Seah.'gabC. 
fullne ' willan, 7 se untvAifealda willa bit! to tellanne' for 
fullfremed weorc. ForSaem he nsefre ne forlisi' Saem 
ieanum oSSe her oSSe Sser o5Se aegtSer *, peah willatS Sa 

A yflan wircan f f hi lyst, Seah hit nyt ne sie °; ne ferleosaS hi 
eac Sone willan, ac habSa^ his wile oSSe her oSSe elleshwaer 
oSSe ffigSer ; se yfla willa to donne ' hiora welt, FortSy hi ne 
magon begitan f good f hi wilniaS, fortSy hi hit Surg tSone 
willan secaS, nales ))urg rihtne' weg. Se yfla willa ngefS 

lo nsnne geferscipe wiS J^a gesEelSa. Da se Wisdom Sa Sis 

spell areaht hzefde, Sa ongan he ert siogan 7 })us cwsS : 

XXXVII ". 

§ i. (Geher nu an spell be pa ofermodu 7 Pam unrihiwhu 

cyningu. pa we gesioff sittan on pa hehslan kiaksetlu; pa scinaS 

on manegra cynna hragiu, 7 beo3 uton ymbslandene' mid 

'5 miclon geferscipe hiora pegna ; 7 Pa bio3 mid fetlum 7 mid 
gyldenu fyllsweordU 7 mid manigfealdu heregeatwh gehyrste, 
7 preatiad eal moncynn mid hiora prymme. -j se pe hiora welt 
ne myrn3' nauperne friend nt fiend Pe ma pe wedende kund, ac " 
bio3 swiSe ungefra:glice-4ip ahafen on his mode for pa unge- 

'o metlican anwealde. Ac gif him mon pan awint of pa chPas, 7 
him oftihdpara penunga 7 pas anwtaldes, pon miht Pu geseon 
fi he bio3 swi3e anlic Para his Pegna sumii pe hi par peniad, 1\ 
bulon he forcuBra " sie. 7 gif him nu weas " gebyred P him 
wyrd sume kwile Para penunga oflohen, 7 para dapa, 7 pas 

J5 anwealdes ", pon pined him p he sie on carcerne gebroht, o33e on 
racenia. Forpa of pa tmmatan^^ j pamungemetiican gegerelan, 
of Pa swetmettu 7 of misilicu dryncu Pas hpes oirwacna3 sio 
wodeprag pare wrannesse, 7 gtdrefd hiora mod swi3e swiS- 
lice, pon weaxad eac pa ofermeila 7 ungePwarnes ; 7 pon hi 

3,0 weorddS gebolgen, ponne v}yr3 p mod beswungen mid Pa welme 

■ Boeth. iv. meL 1. ' Quoi nides sedeie.' &c. Cott. Metr. xxv. 

I ful/l C. 'em. dallimHe C, itllmnt B. ' So alw B. ' s^ar B. 

' peak Ail nu ne lie nyl B. ' From B, Btitnt C. ' B hoipurA/tu lot 

pBrgriAttu. ' tat. ymiilandende B. ' oiig, mumll'm'B,u altectd toy. 

" aa.firSra B. " em. Awes B. " em. aitmeadei B, '* em. mtm^ta B. 




113 DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXVII. 5 i 

Pare halfuortnetse, o33at hi vstorPad gtrapU mid pare un- 
rolnesst, y swa gehafle. Si03an p Pan gedon bi$, Soniu 
origin^ him leogan se tohopa pare wrace, y swa hwas swa his 
irsungwiina3^,pongehethimpteshisrecceUst. Ic Pt sade gefym 
ar on pisse ilcan bee p ealle geseea/la ■willnodon tumes godes i 
for geeynde ; ac pa unrihiwisari cyngas ne magon nan god don, 
forpa iepenusicde. Nisp nan v}undor,forPa hi hi underPiodaS 
eallu pa unPeaumm pt ic pe mrnemde. Sceal Sonne nede lo para 
Maforda dome pe he hint ar underpeoddt, y Ple wyrse is,P heK 
nylefurda wi3 viinnan. par he hit a anginnan wolde, yPdn o%.v 
Pam gewinne purhwuman m mihle,Pon na/de he His none scyUe.) 
§ ii''. Sa, se Wisdom Sa Sis leoS asungen hxfde, }>a 
ongon he eft spellian 7 Jjus cwastS : Gesihst fni nu on hu 
\ ■■, miclum 7 on !iu diopum 7 on hu Jiiostrum horosea^ f^ara 

untSeawa 5a yfelwillendan sticiaS, 7 hu Sa goodan scinaS ij 
■ beorhior J)onne sunne ? FortSjem }>a goodan nsefre ne beotS 
bedxlde )>ara edleana hiora goodes, ne Sa yflan mefre )>ara 
wita tSe hi geearnigaS. ^k Sing 8e on ))isse worulde gedon 
biS haefS edlean ; wyrce hwa f Siet he wyrce, oSSe do f ' he 
do, a he h»(?S f $ he geearnaC. Nis f eac nauht unriht; j= 
Ewa swa gio' Romana Jieaw wses*, 7 giet is on maneguin 
))iodum, f mon hehS senne heafodbeag gyldenne* set sumes 
semeweges ende ; faertS Sonne micel folc to, 7 ymatS ealle end- 
emes^, Sa 6e hiora jerninge trewaS. 7 swa hweic swa aeresl 
to )raem beage cymS, Jwnne mot se hine habban him. ^Ic 13 
b C. wilnaS f he scyle "[(cjres/ to cuman 7 hine habban, ac anum 
he })eah gebyreS. Swa deC eall moncyn on Sis andweardan 
life; irnaS 7 onettaS 7 wilniaS ealle ' }ijes hehsian goodes; 
ac hit nis nanum anum men getiohhod, ac is eallum monnu. 
ForKffim is selcij Searf $ he higie ealle masgene aft tSaere 30 
mede ; &ere mede ne wyrS {na/re) nan good man bedseled. 
* Ne mseg hine mon no mid rihte hatan se gooda, gif he biS 

' Boelb. iv, pr. 3. ' Videsne igitui,' &c. 
' em. WZ/flS B. • pf B. 



XXXVII. S3] OE CONSOLATIONE PMILOSOPHIAE 113 

Saes hehstan goodes bedseled, fort5Km nan good Seaw ne 
biS buton goods edleanu. Don J>a jflan $ ^ hi don, syle 
biS se beag goodes edleanes tSaem godu gehealden on 
ecnesse. Ne mseg fara yflena yfel J>a' goodan beniman 
S heora goodes ' 7 hiora wlites ; ac gif hi Ski good * buton 1 1 
him selfum ha;fden ', tSonne meahce hi mon his ' beniman, 
otSer twega, oStSe se Jie hit aer sealde, o5Se oSer mon *. Ac 
Sonne forlyst good man his leanu tSonne he his good forlset. 
Ongit nu ^te xlcum men his agen good girS good edlean, 

10 f good fte oninnan him selfil biB. Hwa wisra manna wile 
cwetSan f lemg god man sie bedxied }>»s hebstan goodes, 
fortSKm he syle jeft Jjasm swinctS? Ac gemun Su syle Jwe[-f] 
miclan 7 Jiks fegran 'edleanes, forSsem f edlean is ofer eal *tfit, C. 
oSr[u]* lean to lufianne; 7 do Sses lean to Saem for- 

15 sprecenan' goodu )>e ic )« ser tealde on )JEere firiddan bee. 
ponne hi J)on(«)e gegaderodu bioS, tSonne meaht Jju {PSn) 
ongilan f 8a gesselSa 7 f hehste good {}iS~\ call an, 7 f bi5 
God, 7 ]>onne ^a meaht eac ongitan $ kIc good man biS 
eadig, 7 f ealle gesaelige men bioS godas, 7 habbaS ecu 

lo edlean heora goodes. 

§ iii ". ForSaem ne Jjcarf nanne wisne mon tweogan ^ Sa 
yflan naebben eac ecu edlean hiora yfles ; ^biSecewite. peah 
8u nu wene ^ hiora hwylc ' gesjeiig • sie her for weorulde, he 
hsefS ))eah symle his yfel mid him, 7 eac Jjses yfles edlean jBa 

]j hwile "^ hit hi licaS '". Nis nu nan wis mon ^ nyte fte good 
7 yfel bioS syle ungefjwrere betweox him, 7 syle on tu willaS ; 
7 swa swa Sses g6dan godnes bitS his agen good, 7 his agen 
edlean, swa bitS eac 8£S yfelan yfel his agen yfel 7 his edlean 7 
his agen wile. Ne tweot! ntenne mon, gif he wite hseftS, $ he '' 

JO nsebbe {yfi^- HwkI wenaS ^3. yfelan J hi bion bedaelde Sara 
wita, 7 sint fulle selces yfles ? Nalles no ^ an ^ hi bioS afylde, 
ac forneah '\jo\ naubte gedone. Ongit nu be tSasm g6dii hu * S*'' ^■ 

■ Boelli. It. pr. 3. 1. 30 P. ' Qdbc cum iu tint,' &c. 

' From B, ^ C. * god B, 7 hiora . . . good om. B. ' nafden R. 
' hi B. * DM B. * oBrti J, oBre B. ' foris^ecenait B. 

' kwyU om. B, * psa^ R '° fW /(i-oJ B. 




114 ^^ CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHtAE [XXXVII. ( 3 

micel wite Jia yfelan syle habbaS ; 7 gehere ' get sum bispell, 
7 geheald ^ wel (>e ic Se aer saede. Eall f ^e annesse 
hsRS, f we secgaS fte' sie )>a hwile ]« hit aet[j]omne biS; 
7 fa samwnednesse we hataS good. Swa swa an mon biC 
man ya hwile Se sio saul 7 se lichama Estsomne bioS, })onne J 
hi' Sonne gesiodrede bioS, Jxinne' ne biS (A^) Saet f he ar 
wxs. p ilce ^ meaht gefencan be ^sem lichoman 7 be his 
limu ; gif Jrara lima * hwylc of bitS, )x)nne ne bi5 bit no firfl 
man swa hit aer w:es. Gif eac hwylc good man from gode 
gewii, Jjonne ne biffi he Jion * ma fuliice good, gif he eallunga 10 
fro gewit ' ; )>onan hit gebereS $ 5a yflan forlsetaS f J hi 
Eer ' Sa dydon, 7 * ne beoS f f hi Er wseron. Ac }x>nne hi f 
good forlastaS 7 weorSatS yfle, Jmnne ne bioS hi nauhtas 
butan anlicnes ; f mon mseg gesion f hi gio men wzren, 
ac hi habbatS Jiaes mennisces Jnnne )>one betstan dset Tor* <£ 
loren, 7 ]»ne forcu])estan * gehealden. Hi forlaetatS J 
gecyndehce good, f sint mennisclice Jieawas; '7 habbaS 
Jieah mannes anlicnesse 5a hwile ]k hi libbaS. 

§ iv X. Ac swa swa munna goodnes hi ShefS ofer ISa 
menniscan gecynd lo tSon '• f hi bioS godas generade ", swa ao 
eac hiora yfelnes awirpS [hi) " under )« mennis[<-aB gtc'^-nd 
to Jion " f hio bio5 yfie gehatene ; f we cweSaC sie nauht. 
ForSasm gif tSu swa gewla;tne mon melst f he bitS ahwerfed 
from goode to yfle, ne meaht ]>u bine na mid ryhte nemnan 
man ac neat. Gif J)ii on hwilcum men ongitst f he biS as 
gitsere 7 reafere, tie scealt }>u hine na" hatan mon, ac wulf; 
7 ]Jone reSan Jie biS jjweorleme tSu scealt hatan hund, nalles 
mon; 7 ^ne leasan lytegan ))u scealt hatan fox, nxs man; 
7 )x)ne ungemetlice modgan 7 yrsiendan )w to micelne 
andan hEcfS jiu scealt hatan leo ", n^s man ; 7 )x>ne ssnan ifi 
]7e biS swa" slaw [/« jjcealt hatan assa ma ))onne man; 7 

' Boeth. JT, pr. 3. 1. 50 P. ' Sed coin nltra homines,' *c 
■ gc>^ B. ' li om. B. ' hi. , .ponnt om. E ' lima om. B. 

• /« B. ' /mm godt gruiiit B. ' «r om. B. ' 7 aw. B. 

• Orig. ArfKlJwan in B, the t altered to r. " /a B. " ^ u u m i u Jt 
B. "^Conject. om. BandC. " /aH. "iiaom.B. " Ac B. 



XXXVIIL 1 1] DE CONSOLATIONE PHJLOSOPHIAE ri5 

}>one ungemedice eargan ]» him ondrset ma' )K>nne he 
))yrfe 5u meaht hatan hara ma ]»nne mon ; 7 Jjtem un- 
gestESSegan 7 JjEem gaJan ' ))u meaht ' aecgan Cset he biS 
winde gelicra * otSSe *uns/t2lu /ugehm Jjonne gemetfasstii * 97*" C- 
S monnum ; 7 JraBui ]« 8u ongitst fte ' ligtS on his lichoman 
lusium, f he bit! aniicost fetlum swinu ]ie sy]e willaS ticgan 
on fulum [jp/Juin, 7 hy nsefre ' nellaS aspyf/ijfan ' otj] - 
hluitni[m] wEEtru; ac (jeah'hi seldQ hw[i)]nne beswemde 
weorCen, ])onne sleaS hi eft on Sa boIu 7 bewealwiaS hi' 
loJjKron'. Da se Wisdom )« tSis spe// areaht hiefde, J>a 
ongon he eft " si'ngan 7 /us cw»S : 

XXXVIII T. 

§ i. {IC 3e" miBg riccan of taldu leasu spellii ium swiSe 
anlic spell pare sprmct fie wit itu ymbt spracon. Hit geby- 
rtdt gio on Troiaaa grmiime p par was an cynmg pees noma 

15 Aulixes ; se kafde twa pioda under Pa kasere. pa Si'oda 
waron haleni Jpacige 7 Helie, 7 Pas kaseres noma was 
Agamenon. Ba se Aulixes mid Pant kasere lo Pa gefiohle 
for, pa hafde he sume hundred scipa ; pa wcsron hi sume ten 

, gear on Pa gewinne. Pa se cyning efl ha cerde fro pa kasere, 

10 7 hi fi land hafdon gewunnen, pa ncsfde he na " ma scipa pan 
an; p was peah preredrt. Sa gestod hint heah weder 7 
stormscB, WearS Pa fordrifen on an iglond ut on 'Bare Wendel- 
tiB. pa was par ApolUnes dohlor lobes suna ; se lob was 
hiora cyning, 7 licelle p he sceolde bion se hehsla god ; 7 p 

35 dysigefolc him gelyfde,forPa3e he was cynecynnes ; 7 hi nysltm 
nanne oSerne god on pane liman, bulon hiora cyningas hi 
weorpodon for godas. pa setolde Pas lobes fader bion eac 
god ; pas nama was Saturnus ; 7 his suna swa ike alcne " hi 

I Boeth. 17. met. 3. ' Vel» NeritU ducis,' *c, Cott. Metr. xxvi. 

' tHare B. ' halgaa B. ' em. meah C. ' Prom B,etlieraH C. 
• B hM fc for fe. ' na/n om. B. ' asfy/im J. ^ hi om. B. 
' Looki like/umn in C. " efi om. B. " Conject. the vowel in 
B li • miitnie of a uid e. " he na above Hdc. " em. alcitu B. 




Il6 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXVIII. ( i 

hmfdm for god. Pa was hiora an se Apollinut ^ pe we ar 
ym& spracon. Pas ApoUints dohtor* sceolde bion gydaie, 
Jxert noma was Kirkt. Sio hi sadon sctolde bion swide dry- 
crm/ligu, 7 sio wunode on Pa iglande Pe secymtig on/ordri/en 
vxard, Pe we ar ymbt spracon. Hio hafde par swiSe nuclei 
werode hire 3egna, 7 eac oSerra madena. Sana iwa hio 
gtseah pone fordrifenan cyning 3e we ar ymb spracon, pas 
yA nama was Aulixes, Pa ongan hio hine lufian, 7 hiora 
agpcr oderne swiSe ungemellict, swa file he for hire Itfan 
forlet his rice tali 7 his eynren, 7 wunode mid hire od 'o 
done first P his 3cgnas him ne mikion Icng mid gewunian, ac 
for hiora eardes lufan 7 for pare wrcece tihodon hine to 
forlatenne. Sa ongunnon lease men uiyrcan spell, 7 tadon p 
Mo sceolde mid hire drycraft pa men forbfedan, 7 ' weorpan hi 
an vjildedeora lie, 7 siSSan slean on Pa raeentan 7 on eospas. '5 
Sume hi sadon p hio sceolde forsceoppan to leon, 7 pon seo 
sceolde sprecan, pm ryde hio. Sume sceoldan Hon eforas, 
7 bbn hi sceoldan hiora sar siofian. Pan grymelodan hi. Sume 
wurdon to wulfan ; pa Sulon,Pdn hi sprecan sceoldon. Sunu 
wurdon to Pa deorcynne pe mon hat tigris. Swa wearil* eall to 
se geferscipe forhwtrfed to mistlicum deorcynnU, ale to sumu 
diore, bulon Pa cyninge anu. /Elcae mete hi onscunedon Pe , 
men ciat, 7 wilnodon Para pe deor etap, Nafdon hi none 
aniicnesse manna ne oh lichoman ne on stemne, 7 ak wissU 
peah his gewil swa swa he ar wissle, p gewit was rwiBe 15 
sorgiende for pa ermSum 3e hi dri^an. Hwat, Pa menn Jt 
disu leasungit gelefdon,peah wisstonf hio mid pa drycrafli ne 
mihte Para monna mod onwendan, Peah hio pa lichoman 
onwende. Eala p hit is micel craff^ Pees modes for pone 
lichoman. Be rwilcH 7 be swyku pu mihl ongilan P se craft J" 
pas lichoman biS on Pa mode, j pie alcu men ma deria3 his 
modes unpeawas. Sas modes unPeawas ' tio3 eallne Pone 
lichoman to hi, 7 Pas lichoman mettrumnes ' ne mag P mod 
eallunga to him getion.) 



XXXVIII. S»] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE II7 

§ ii *, £>a. cwkS ic : Ic com gej^afa f !■ is sotS $ 5u ser 
sxdest; f waes Caet hit nauhl unnht nffire ^ mon J»a yfel- 
willendan men hete ne[/]enu oSSe wildior, ^ah hi mannes 
[ojoncncsse hjebben ; ac gif ic hsefde [nu/jlcne anwald swilce 
5 se Klmihtiga ' [ Gad AtpJfS, Jwnne ne lele ie no 5a [ j/c/fl]n 
dcrtgan J>asm goodum swa swiSe swa \\\ oa doB. Da cwxtJ 
he: Nis hit him noswa'longE fflefed 5wa Se SincS; ac 8u 
nieaht ongitan Siet him bit! swiSe hrjedlice gestiored [hiora] 
orEorgnesse, swa ic *]« nu rihte ' secgan wille, Jieah ic gel * looa C. 

»o femettan nsebbe for otSre spra;ce. pEer hi ]jone unnettan 
anwald nasfden Se hi wenaS f hi hEebben, )K>nne nsefden hi 
swa micel wite swa hi habban sculon. Da yflan bioS symie ' 
ungesseligran ))onne Jionne hi magon tSurgtion f yfel f hi 
lyst, Sonne hi J^onne* bion Sonne hi hit ddn ne magon, }>eah 

15 his dysige men ne gelefen. Hit is swiSe yfel j> mon ' yfel 
wille', 7 hit is )jeah mide wyrse f hit mon masge (i/cn)^; 
forStem se yfla willa biS tostenced swajwer rec ' beforan — 
Tyre, gif mon 5aet weorc ]}urglion ne ' maeg. Ac Sa yflan 
habbaS hwilum Srio unsielSa '" ; an is j> hi yfel willaS, oSer 1 -' 

ao J f hi magon, fridde $ hi hit JiurgtioS ; forSEemSe God 
hjefS ge[//o]hhod to sellanne witu 7 ermSa [/a _j']flum 
monnu for " Mora yflum Mworeum, Da cwseS ic : Hit is 
swa '* [swa] Su sKgst ; 7 f)eah ic wolde gewyscan, gif ic 
meahte, ^ hi nsefden Sa heardselSa f hi meahten y/el d6n. 

35 Da cw:e5 he : Ic wene Seah f *him Ibsige se anwald ser ' 'oob C, 
J)Onne J)ii wolde oSSe hi wenen ; forSiem nanwuht {nis) long- 
faeres on Sys andweardan life, jjeah monnum Synce f hit 
long sie. Ac swiSe oft se micla anwald Sara yflena gehrisi 
swiSe faerlice, swa {swa) great beam on wuda wyrcS hludne 

30 dynt }>onne men test wenaV; 7 for Saem ege hi beoS simle 
swiSe earme. Gif hi Jwnne hiora yfel earme gedeS, hu ne " 
biS ^nne semle $ lange yfel wyrse J>onne Sa^t scorte? 
* Boeth. iv. pr. 4. 'Tnm ego, Fateor, inquam,' &c. 
' almihtgo C, almihiiga B. ' From B, ruhli C. ' mUk B. 'Jon \ I \ 
}in hi B. ' From B. C ba« menf instead of/ mon. ' mile C. 

' dffit abort line in B. ' nvafie tertls B. ' m om. B. " unglSirt}a 
B. " fur om. B. " swa hit is B. 




Il8 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXVIII. | « 

peah nu ?!a yflan jiaefre ne wurden deade, ))eah (k) wolde 
cwet^n ^ hi wsren eannostc 7 ungestelgoste '. Gif \a 
ynnSa ealla soSa sint )>e we longe ser ymbe reahton f Sa 
yflan her on weorulde habban scolden, ))onne is tS:^/] 
sveotol $ tSa yrmffia bioS [mrfif/^jase Jw ece ' bio5. Da cwkS 5 
[('f ; PcbI (i] wundorlic f Su ssegst, 7 switS[?] earfoSlic 
dysegum monnQ to ongitanne ; ac ic ongite )>eah f hil 
belimpS genog wel to Saere spraece Se wit aer ymbe apracon. 

• iota C, Da cwseS he : Ic ne sprece nu ' no to 'dysegum monnum, 

ac sprece to Cam )>e we[/] wilniaS wisdom ongitanj lo 
forSxm f bits tacn wisdomes f hine men welnige geheran f 
ongitan. Ac gif dysegra hwone tweoge sniges )»ra spella ]>e 
we ser ymb sprjecon on }>isse ilcan bee, Sonne gerecce he gif 
be tnECge o8er twega,oSSe })ara spella sum leas, oSt$e ungelic 
Jwere sprsece )>e wit sefterspyriaS ; oSSe Jmddc wend, ongite 15 
7 gelefe Jiset wit on riht spyrigen. Gif he J)ara nan nyte', 
Jxinne nat he hwxt ° he msenS. 

S iii'. Ac ic \)e maeg giet laecan oSer }>ing Se dysegum 
monnum wile tSincan giet ungelefedlicre *, 7 is f>eah genog 
gelic J)am spelle ?Se wit lefterspyriaS. Da ' cwjetS ic : Hwiet m 
is tStei la Cinga ' f Da cwkS he : {ff'fj is f 5aet f>a yflan 
bioS ' micle gesseligran yt on €isse weorulde habbaS micelne 
wean 7 manigfeald wilu for hiora {y/elu), Sonne Jja sien 8e ' 
nane wrcece nabbatS ne nan wite on tSisse worulde for hiora 
yfle. Ne wene Jwah nan mon f ic for Ksem anum Syllic i; 

• loib C. sprece tSe ic wolde unSeawas laelan '7 goodc herian 7 mid 

tSffire bysne men Sreatigan 7 tyhtan to gddD Jieawii for JwMn 
ege JJKS wites ; ac for oSril Sincgum ic hit sprsec* get" swiSor. 
DacwaeSic: For hwylcum otSrum Singum woldes Jni f sprecan 
buton for tSsem }>e jju nu saedes ? Da cwaeS he : Gemqnst 30 
]3U hwsel " wit ter sprjecon ? ^ waes JjkI Sa goodan hxfdon " 
syle anwald 7 gesalSa, 7 )>a yflan naefden nsefre nautSer. 
* Boeth. IT. pr. 4. 1. 37 P. ' Nam hoc quoque qaod dicam,' Ac. 

B. ' From B, tac C. ' mi above line C. 

nan t^rq between ie Hnd Awat C. ' unpUftiidiitrt 
. tinga ttm. R ' From B, Mod C. ' tfrtie B. " gel 
" p B. " h<rfd/n a 



XXXVIU. i3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHtLOSOPHIAE 119 

Da cwieS ic : J» ic geman. Da cw%3 he: Hwaet wenst tSu 
nu? gir )iu gesihst hwylcne switSe ungessligtie mon, 7 
ongilst SSeah hwxlhwugu goodes on him, hwjeSer he sie swa 

ungesselig swa se Se nanwuht goodes nsefS f Da cwaeS ic : 

5 Se me SincS gesseligra Jie hwEeChwugu hsefS. Da cwaeS he : 
Ac hu J>incS J>e Sonne be S^m Jw nanwuht goodes nsefS, 
gif he hicFS ' sumne eacan yfeles P se )>u wilt secgan ]ionne 
giet sie ungesaeiigra }?onnc se otSer, for Saes yfles eacan. 
Da cwietS ic : Hwy ne sceolde me swa Jjyncan ? (Ba cwce3 

loAfl".- Telo J>onne p 3e swa J>mc3); ongit' ]Jonne mid 
' innewearde '' mode ^ ^ Sa yflan habbaS syle hw^ethwugu 
g6des on gemong 'hiora yfle * ; $ is hiora wite ; $ mon maeg * 
swiSe eaSe gereccan mid rihte him to goode. Ac J>a Jjc him 
biS (umvilnode) eall hiora yfel on )>isse worulde habbaS su 

isyfel hefigre 7 frecenlicre fwnne renig wile swa" on |jisse 
wonilde ; J f is ^ him bi6 unwitnod ' hiora yfel on jiisse 
weorulde, Siet is f sweotoloste tacen Jjaas masstan yfeles on 
))isse weorulde, 7 t>ses wyrrestan edleanes sefter Jiisse wonilde. 
Da cwasS ic : Ne ' meeg ic (jegs oSsacan. Da cwtS he : 

JO FortSEm sint ungesjeligran 5a yflan fortSa;m him biS bulon 
gewyrhtu forgifen hiora yfel Jionne Sa sien 5e him biS hiora 
yfel geleanod be hiora gewyrhlum, ForBfem hit is riht 
f mon (^a) yflige Sa yflan, 7 hit is wog f hi mon late 
unwitnode. Da cwS ic : Hwa oCseccS Jiaes? Da cwjet5 

33 he : Ne mag nan mon oSsacan $ hit ne sie eall good f te 
riht {6id), J eall yfel fte woh biS. Da cweS ic : Ic eom 
swiSe gedrefed mid Sisse sprsece, 7 wundrie forhwy swa 
rihtwis dema senige unrihte gife wille forgifan. Da cwC he : 
Be hwsem {cwest pu )>mt f Sa avmS ic: ForPa)tt Su ser 

JO cwEede Sset he untiht dyde f he lete unwitnod Sa *yflan. • 
Da cwseS he : ^ is his weorSscipe $ he swa giful is, 7 swa 
nimedlice gifiS; Sasl is mice! gifo f he gebit oS$ Sa yflan 
ongitaS hiora yfel 7 gecierraS to goode. Da cwaeS ic : Nu 

^ Boeth. h. pr. 4. 1. 5S P. ■ Habent igitur Improbi,' Sec 
' nafS B. * From B, nil ftV C. ' irateweardan B. 

' 3/ftl B. ' rtV R ' ungewilnede B, ' nt om. B. 



120 DE CONSOLATtONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXVI IL | 3 

ic (o«)giie f hit (n)is em gifu f he giltS )>Kin yflum, ac is' 
hwilchwugu * eldcung ' 7 andbid * ])Ees hehslan deman. For 
t^m andbide 7 for ^xin ge^ylde me ^mctS ^ he sie Se 
switSor forsewen ; 7 Jieah me licaS Jiis spell genog wel, 7 
SiniS me genog gelic tSsem Se Su xr sfedes. 5 ' 

§ iv". Ac ic Se healsige giet tStet ])U me secge hwseSer 8u 
wene f Ja yflan babban ' aenig wite aefter fisse weorulde ; 
o^S^ ]» tgodan) senig ediean hiora goodes. Da cwstS he : 
Hu ne SEede ic $e xr f Sa goodan habbaS ediean heora 
goodes 2eg])er ge her ' ge on ecnesse, 7 8a yflan eac habbaC i* 
ediean hiora yfles, segjjer ge her ge eft on ecnesse. Ac ic 
wille dselan l>a yfliH {M y/^u) "lu on twua^; forSSJ>e o8er 
dael J>ara yflena hasfS ece wite, forSse hi nane mildheortnesse 
ne geearnodpn ; oSer dtel sceal beon geclKsnod ', 7 {Jfa) 

" 103a C. amered on Sjem 'heofonllcan fyre, swa her biS seolfor, is 
for&em he haeftS sume geeamungje sumre mildheortnesse; , 
fortSjem he mot cuman seR'Ssem earioSum to ecr e are. Giet - ■ 
ic (^() meahte mare reccan jegSer ge be tSiem- goodum ge 
be Jwem yflum, J)jer' ic nu asmettan hEefde. Ac ic ondraede 
J ic forlaete '* f wyt aer Ef ispyredon ; ^ wks f wit woldon '* 
gereccan ^ ]>u ongeate Saet Sa yflan Harden naenne anwald 
ne nsenne weortSscipe ne on Jsisse weorulde ne on t>aere 
toweardan. FoitSsem ]3e })uhle aer f eallra Singa wynest f 
tSu wendes ^ hi hrerden to micelne ; 7 Seel eallneg" siofodes 
^ hi eallneg " naeron on wite ) 7 ic 8e scede eallne weg ^ hi 15 
nsefre ne bioSS bulon wite, Seah Jje swa ne (lince. Ac ic wat 
^ah ^ Su will siofian Scet hi swa longne fyrsC habbaS leafe " 
yfel to donne ; 7 ic tSe saedeealne weg f se (fyrsl) bitS 
swiSe lyllc hwile ; 7 ic )« secge giet, swa swa " he lengia 
biS swa hi bioS ungesasligran ; f him wasre eallra maest J" 

• lojb C. unsKlS '* (t*) f se 'fyrst wiere oS domes daeg. 7 ic J)e saede 
eac $ Sa wasren ungesaeligran )>e him unrihtlice hiora yfel 

• Boelh. IT, pr. 4. 1. 70 P. ' Sed qoMSO, inquam, te,' ftc 

'FromB, iVC. ' dmr/Aie^fa B. 'eldungB. ' anhid B. 'So 
C «nd B. ' gi htr om. B. ' Ivia B. • getlaniai R * gifO. 
" ferUlt B. " ec^m wtg B. " Uafli. " svoa once B. " 'J^/J C. 



>--t 



XXXVlII.is] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 121 

forboren wsere Jjonne J)a wseren JJC him ' heora yfei rihtlice 
on gewrecen wjere. Git hit gebyreC f & SnctS ?»t }>a 
orsorgan bioS ungesaligran ]xMine )Jonne })a gewitnodan. 
5 v^. Da cwaeS ic : Ne fincS me riEfre nanwuht swa 

5 soSlic swa me ))incaS })ine spell tSsm tidum ' % ic Sa 
gehere. Ac gif ic me wende to Jjises fokes dome, jKjnne nis 
hit no t!set an f hi nyilaS ]nsse ))inre race gelefan, ac hi hit 
nyllaS furSum geheran. Da cwaeS he : Ni(j) $nan wundor; r~ 
hwKt, J)U wast f J)a men ))e habbaS unbale eagan ne magoh' 

ofutl eatSe locian ongean Jwi sunnan Jionne hio beortostj 
scinS, ne furSum on ' fyr ne on nanwuht beortes " hi ne lyst 
locian, gif se seppel lef biS. Swa beoS Sa synFullan mod 
ablend mid heora yflan willan $ hi ne magon gesion $ leoht 
^re beorhtan soSf^estnesse, ^ is se hehsta wisdom. Ac him 

S bits swa ])aem fug[/w]m j )«em diorii • & magon bet locian * '°4» C. 
on niht f>onne on' dag; se da;g blent 7 JjiostraS heora 
eagan, 7 )«ere nihte tSiostro hi oniyhtaS. Fort5y wenaS Sa ' 
ablendan mod $ J«et sie sio msesle gesielS f men sie alefed 
yfel lo donne, 7 sio djerf hf mole bion unwiinod. ForSasm 

o hi ne lyst spyrian {eft jelcre sprtece swa longe oS hi f riht 
witen, ac wenatS' on hiora unnettan' willan 7 spyriaS seft 
Ssetn. pe' ic nat hu nyt )m me taehst to Ssem dysegu 
monnum, )» '" nsfre seft me ne spyriaS ; ic ne sprece njefre 
to Sa^m, ac ic sprece to )«, forSSsem ]ju tiohhast f ))U spyrie 

■s sef t me, 7 swiSor swincst " on tSsem spore ]x>nne hi don. Ne 
recce ic hwset hi demen ; ic Isete nu to JHnii dome ma Jjonne 
to hiora, forSKm hi eall " lociaS mid bsem eagum on ))as 
eorSlifan Sncg, 7 hi him liciaS eallunga fser", ge (on/<cj 
modts eagum ge) on \xs licboman. Ac \)\i ana hwilum 

;o bcscylst mid oSre eagan on ))a heofonlican fincg, mid oSre 
Jm tocast nu giet on )>as eorSlican. ForStem wenaS ])a , 

dysegan f sic mon sie blind swa hi sini, 7 f nan mon ne "■ 

* Boeth. iv. pr. 4, 1. 85 P. ' Tom ego. Com tnaa,' to, 

■ }t him om. E ' limum B. ' So C, ierrhhH B. * on from 

B, ^yrii, ' biarhUi B. ' oh om. H. ' iPtndaS E. ' unnhlait B, 

• ^ a ■">« B. " From ti.swinac. " «z//f B. " agftr^. 




laa DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXVIH. f s 

mxge *gesion' f hi gesion ne inagon. ^ 6y^ is anlicosi 
^ sum cild sie full hal 7 ful sllxwe geboren, 7 swa fullice 
tTionde on eallum cystum 7 cnerifl )>a hnnle ]>e bit on cniht- 
hade biS; 7 swa forS eailne giogoSiiad', oS' he wyrS xlces 
crffiftes medeme, 7 tSonfi lytle aer his roidrerhSe weorSe ' baem f 
eagum blind, 7 eac ))3ps modes eagan weorSan swa ablende 
f he' nanwuht ne gemune t»es Se (A«) aefre £er geseah 
oSSe geherde, 7 wene J>eah Sset he sie felces }nnges swa 
medeme swa he jefre medomest* waere, 7 wentS f slcum men 
(sie iwa swa hi si, 7 alcum men) Since swa swa him fiinc?. 10 
peah Se' he J»nne swa dysig sie f he J»3es wene, hwaeSer 
we Sonne willen ealle wenan )>Ees Se he wenS ? Ic wene Seah 
^ we nyllen ; ac ic ' wolde witan hu J« Jnihte be Jwem monnum 
Se wit aer cwaedon f unc Suhte ^ waeren wildionim gelicran 
^onne monnu, hu micelne wisdom )>a harden; me })incS i.i 
}>eah S hi na:bben naenne, 

§ vi *. Ic Sewolde giet reccan sume swiSe' rihte raca "; ac 
ic wat f ))is folc liis neie gclyfan ; ^ is f Sa bioSgesjelig'ran 
]je mon w itnaS, ))onne Jxi bion )pt hi " wimiaS. Da wundrode 
ic Sffis 7 cwaeS : Ic wolde f )>u me gereahte hu hit swa bion '■ k 
meahie. Da cwkS he: HwajSer Jjq ongiie $ aelc yfel- 
willende mon 7 yfelwyrcende sie wiles wyrSe ? Da cwseS 
ic : Genog sweotole ic f ongite. Da cwseS he ; Hu ne is se 
Sonne yfelwillende 7 yfelwyrcende Se )»ne unscyldigan 
wimaS? DacwSic: Swa hit is swa Su ssegBt. Da cwsS.if 
he : HwaeSer Jiu wene f Sa sien earme 7 ungesaelige ]>e 
witcs wyrSe bioS? Da cwaeS ic: Ne wene ic his no, ac wal 
geare. Da cwxS he : Gif }ni nu deman moste, hwxSeme 
woldes fiu deman wites wyrSran, J)e Sone J)e Sone " un- 
Bcyldgan wiinode, Se Sone J^ J wile fwiade ? Da cwebS .w 
ic: Nis f gelic; ic wolde helpan ^s Se Sser unscyldig 
wiere, 7 henan {jone })e hine yflode. Da cwasS he : ponne 
• Boeth. iv. pi. 4. 1. 107 P. ' Nam ne illud qnidem adquiesccnt,' &c, 

' seen B, ' ealltte }<mnt giogoSkad B. ' o(fe B. ' totorSt 

om. B. ' From B, hit C. ' vudemoit B. ' jieak ti om. B. 

• ie om. B. " switSt om. B. " race B. " Fiom B, kit C. 

" Hon om. It. " }e none foi/. (./. 8. B. 




XXXVIII. f 7] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 123 

]« KncS se eannra se $ yfel det! Bonne se Jw hit }>araS. 
Da cwse?S ic ; pass ic gelefe $le a;lc unriht witnung sie Jws ' 
yfel Jw hit de8, dees )^s tSe hit ?!afEeS, forSEem *hia yfel hine • 105b C. 
gedeS earmne ; 7 ic ongite tSwt J)is is swiBe * riht racu $ ))u nu 
5 recst, 7 swiSe aniic \ixm J>e Jm aer reahtes ; ac ic wat fieah f 
))is folce swa ne J^inctS. 

§ vii '. Da cwseS he : Wei Jni hit ongitst ; ac tSa Jiingeras 
)>ingiaS nu hwilum ^m ]k Isessan )>earfe ahton ; }nngia€ ^m 
{/>e) JJKF man yflaS, 7 ne ]jingiatS J«em J)e f yfel do6'. pg 

10 wsere mare Searf J)c ]Ja oSre unacytdige yflaS f him moa. 
Jringode to f)asra ricum, 7 bsede f him mon dyde swa micel 
wite swa hi ]>xm oSrQ -unscyldgum dydon. Swa swa se 
sioca ah Jjearfe f hine mon laede to ]>xm lascc, f he his tilige, 
swa ah se (J>t) ^xl yfel deS f hine mon Isede to JJiem ricum, 

15 f mon Jwer mage sniSan 7 Iweman his unj^eawas. Ne cwe- 
tSe ic na $ f yfel sie $ mon heipe f>ffis unscyldgan 7 him 
forejringie ; ac jc * cweSe f hit is betere f mon wrege Jwne 
scyldgan ; 7 ic secge f sio foresprsec ne dyge nauSer ne fae 
scyldgan ne Sjem ]je him forelJingaS, gif hi J^aes wiiniaS f 

so him heora yfel unwrecen sie be Begs gyltcs andefne, "Ac ic ' "*" C)- 
wat gif Sa scyldgan senigne spearcan wtsdomes hsefden 7 be 
jenegum dsele ongeaten f hi meahten heora scylda {nirg f* 
wite gebetan, J>e him her on weorulde on become, )>onne 
noldon hi na cweBan f hit wjere wite, ac woldan cwetJan f 

3j hit wsre heora clsnsung, 7 heora betrung ; 7 noldon nsenne 
Jringere gesecan*, ac lusthce hi woldon Iselan }>a rican hi 
tucian aeft hiora agnum wilian. ForSaem ne scyle nan wis 
man nsenne mannan hatian ; ne haiaS nan mon })one godan, 
butan se eallra dysgosta ; ne f. nis nan riht f mon 

30 hone yflan hatige, ac hit is rihtre f him mon miltsige. 
p is Jwnne hiora ' miidsung f mon wrece hiora untSeawas be 
hiora gewyrhtum '. Ne scyle • nan mon siocne monnan 7 " 
gesargodne swencan, ac hine mon seel" laedan to }>Eem Isece 
' Bocth. iv. pr. 4. 1. 113 P. ' Atqni nunc, ait, contra fadunt,' &c 
'/cioQi. B. ' ivraB. • dU C. ' ic om. B. '*om. B. 
*AK0«B. 'A^mC. ' From h.unviyrAtumC. ' ictalB. 



124 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHtAE [XXXVHL ( 7 

f he his tilige. Da se Wisdom Jn ^is spell areahc hxtde, Sa 
ongan he eft' singan 7 ^us cwS: 

XXXIX «. 

§ i. {Forhwi drefe ge eawru mod mid unrihtre fiounge, swa 
swa y^a for winde pa sa hrtrad ? odde* Jorkwy atwilt gt 
eowerrt wyrde P hio nan geweald nah f o3f!e kwy ne ' magon 5 
ge gtbidan getyndilicti deaSes *, nu he taw isUe dmg Itrmtardts 
onelf Hwi ne magon ge gesion fi he spyra3 alee dag afltr 

fuglum ' 7 after dioru 7 irfltr monnu, 7 ne forlal nan 
swaS ar he gefehS f f he afterspyred. Walawa p 3a unge- 
saligan menn ne* magon gebidan hwonne he him to cume, ae 10 

fonceolaS hineforan, swa swa wilde dtor 'willnad oSer to ac- 
wellenne. Ac hit nare no manna ryht P hiora anig oSerne 

fiode ; ac P wart ryht p hiora ak guide oSru edltan alas 
weorces after his gevyrhlH, P is p mon iufode Pone godan, 
swa swa riht is P mon do, 7 mildsige Pam yfelum, sTva we ar 15 
avadon ; lufie ^ pone man, 7 hatige his unpeawas ; ceorfc him 
of swa he swiSosl mag.) 

5 ii K Da he Jia fis lioS asiingen hjerde, Jia geswugode he 
ane hwile. fia cwseS ic : Nu ic ongite openlice tSst sio 
soSc gesEeI<S stenl on godra raonna geeamunga, 7 sio jo 
unfseiC Eienl on yfelra monna geeamunga '. Ac ic se<^ 
gel ^ me ne' JjyncS nauht lyiel good ])isses andu-eardan 
lifes gesselSa, ne* eac nauht lytel jfel his ungesasICa"; 
forSEin ic niefre ne geseah ne geherde nsenne wisne mon Jje 
ma wolde bion wrecca 7 earm 7 eltSiodig 7 forsewen, Jx>nne 35 
welig 7 weorS 7 rice 7 fdremiere on his agnii earde. 
FortSsem hi secgaS f hi msegen " ]«" yS" hiora wisdome 
fulgan 7 hine gehealdan '*, gif hiora anwald bi8 fullice ofer 

* Boeth. iw. mei. 4. ' Quid fantoi,' &c. Cott Meb. ixriL 
' Uo«th. iv. pr. 5. ' Hio ego : Video, inqunm,' Ac. 
' e/t om. B. ■ em. eSU B. ' em. nene'B. ' em. b; J, 

Peajois B. ' em. fiigum B. ' nt conject. om. R ' em. lufim B. 
' II has gttamungum, the second Init letter of which is a blend of a 
and u. ' ne om. B. " Krom B, ititgcsalta C. " ki mageti on. R 
•'Jiyh. "rfB. "■/ullgtheBldaHC. 



XXXIX, i 3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 125 

f folc ))e him under biS; 7 eac be sumum dasle ofer Sa ]» 
him on neaweste bioS ymbutan, forSjem f hi msegen henan 
Sa yflan 7 fyrtSran tSa goodan. For&em se gooda biS syle 
arwyrSe, fegfwr ge on fis andweardan life ge on ()sem 

S •[/OTtM>-rfa« / 7 K jyj/a // »;<wi his y/el '] gestioran ne mseg * 107b C. 
btC sjle wites wyr]je, ge on ()isse worulde ge on J»aere 
toweardan. Ac ic wundrie swiSe swiSlice forhwi hit swa 
went swa hit (wa) oft deS, J is f te ' misUcu witu 7 nisenig- 
Teald earfot^u cumaS to {isem godil swa hi to Ssm yflum 

losceoldon, 7 ))a good ]« sc[<]oldon beon edlean godii 
monnu goiAa weorca cumaS to yflum monnum. ForSxm 
ic wolde witan nu %t ^ hu Se licode f gewrixle. Jo his 
wundrode micle ]>y Iecs, gif ic wisse f hit weas gebyrede 
buton Codes willan 7 buton his gewitnesse ; ac se lelraehlega 

ij God htefS geeced miline ege 7 mine wafunga mid tSisQ 
Jjingum. ForSsem he hwilG seiS ]>a gesaelSa jwem goodQ, 7 
jjasm yflum unsselSa, swa hit riht wjere f he syle dyde ; 
hwilum he eft geJ^aTaS ^ ))a goodan habbaS unsEelSa 7 
ungelimp on mEcnegum J>ingum, 7 ]ja yflan' habbaS 

logesKlSa, 7 him limpS* oft iefter hiora agnum willan. py 
ic ne raieg nan o]jer ge))encan buton hit weas swa gebyrige, 
buton )ju me get );y '^esceadh'cor^ o3er gerecce. Da and-* 108a C. 
swarode he ymbe long 7 cwsetS : Nis hit nan wundor )?eah 
hwa wene f swelces gehwxt' nu' unmyndlinga geberige, 

aj Sonne he ne con ongitan 7 gereccan forhwy swylc God ' 
gejiafatS. Ac Su ne scealt no'twiogan f swa good sceppend 
7 waldend eallra gesceafta rihtlice gesceop"> call f he 
gesceop ", 7 rihtc demS 7 welt " ealles, J«ah ))u nyte forhwy 
he swa 7 swa do. 

JO §iii'- Da he 6a )ns spell areaht befde, ))a ongan he 
singan, 7 cwseS; (Hwa unltcredra ne viundrad Pms roderes 
fipreldes 7 his swiflnesse, hu he (elce dag titon yntbhujyr/3" 
" Boeth. iv. met. 5. 'Si quit Arcttiri,' 4c. Cott. Metr. xnWii. 
' y^ei J. ' It om. a ' yfiatn C. ' gtlimfB B. ' em. 

ntctadlier B. ' hmal B. ' nu om. U. ' B hu ^Dif ntf^'/r' 

(or swyU God. * From B, an C. " j«^ B. " vieall B. " em. 
ymSivyr/l B. 




126 DE CONSOLATIOtfE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIX. J 3 

ealne fiisnt middangeard^ ? o33e hwa nt umndraS ptt lume 
tunglu habbad te^rtran hwyr/l J>on sume Aaiian, iwa swa 
timglu hahbad Pe we ha/aS vxsna disia / Forpy hi habbaS 
twa sceorlne ymbhwyr/i^ Jorpi hi tint swa rteah pa twrStnde 
pare eaxe Pe ealt pes rodor m iaier/3*. Od3e hma ne wafd3 5 
pas, buton pa one pe hit wilon, pal sume fungiu habiaS 
Ungran ymbhuyr/i Pan sume kabban, 7 pa Ungestne pe jimb 
da eaxe middewearA hwear/ad, swa nu Boeties deS, 7 
Salurnus * se sieorra ne cymS par ar ymb dritig zoinlrapar 
he ar was ? OSSe hwa ne wundraS Sws P sume sieorran 10 
gewitaS under pa sa, swa swa sume men wenap P sio sunne do 
Pon kto to selle ga3f Ac hio ne biS peahpy near Pare sa 3e 
hio bid on midne dag. Hwa ne wafaS pas Pon se /ulla mona 
■uyrd ofertogtn mid piostrum, o33f eft pat pa sieorran scin^ 
befbranpd monan, 7 ne scinaS beforan Pare sunnan? Joists ij 
hi wundriaS 7 monies pyllices, 7 ne wundria3 na pie men 7 
talit cwuea wuhta habbaS singalm 7 unnytne andan betwuh 
him. Qdde hwy ne wundriaS hi Pas p hit hiailii Punra3, 
hwiia na ne onginS, o3Se eft gewinnes sa 7 winda 7 yPa 
7 landes, o33e hwy P is weorSe 7 eft for Pare sunnan * sciman )o 
to his agnum gecynde weorde ? Ac p ungestad5ige* folt 
wundrai'' pas pe hit seldost* gesiehS,Peah hit lasse wundor tie, 
7 wmaS p P ne* sie eald gesaafl, ac se '* weas gewordtn 
niwane. Ac Pa 3e firmelgeome weorpad" 7 onginnad Pan 
leornian, gif him God abrit of pa mode p dysig p hit ar mid »5 
oferwrigen was, pon ne wundriaB hi no fela Pas Pe hi nu 
wundriaS.) 

§ iv K Dil. se Wisdom ))3 )iis leoS asiin^n hxrde, )ia 
geswugode he a.ne lytle hwile. Da cwkS ic : Swa hit is sw& 
Jm saegst ; ac ic " woide get f })U me hwsethwugu opcnlicor 30 
gereahte be Ssre wisan )» min mod swiSost gedrefed haefS ; 
f is ji ic Se Ecr ymb acsode ; forSaem hit wjbs syle giet )>in 
* Boeth. IT. pr. 6. ' Ita est, inqnam,' &c 

' middamard B. ' em. ymbhieyft B, ' em. kweflS B. 

ne ■niundraS no M. ' em. seldos B. * ne conject. om. B. " em. 
sa B. " tm, tacer/aBaS B. " ie am, B. 



XXXIX. { j] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE I2J 

gewuna f ]>u woldest selcQ mode deglu Sng t»can 7 seltS- 

cutS '- Da ongon he smearcian 7 cwaetS to me 1 Du spansl 

me on Sa msestan spnece 7 or fia earfotSestan lo ge'reccanne. * ' •»* C. 

pa race sohion ealle utSwiotan, 7 swiSe swit3ice ymb swuncon, 

S 7 uneaSe senig com to ende ]>xie spriece ; forSffini hit is 
]3eaw JiEere sprEece 7 \>XK ascung;s ^te symle jjonne Sar 
an tweo of adon bltS, ])Qnne biS )isr unrim astyred ; swa 
swa men on ealdspellum siegS f an nsedre wsere )>e htefde 
nigon heafdu, 7 syle gif men ania hwelc of aslog, jxinne 

10 weexon }>ser siofon on' Ssem anum heafde. pa geberede 
hit f pXT com se foremara Erculus to, se wass lobes sunu ; 
}»i ne ' meahte he ge^ncan hu he hi mid lenige crcefte 
ofercuman sceolde, Eer he hi bewasg mid wuda ulan 7 for- 
bsernde })a mid fyre. Swa is Sisse spr»ce )>e )iu me 

15 aft acsast*; uneaSe hire cymS lenig men of, gif he xrest 
an cemS*; ne cymC he nEefre to openum ende, buton he 
h»bbe swa scearp andgit swatSjer ' fyr, ForSEcm se 5e - 
yb f acsian wile, he sceal crest vilan hwxt sie sio anfealde 
forescrawung Codes, 7hw3et wyrdsie, 7hwjetweas gefergie', 

JO 7 hwiet sie godcund andgit 7 [^o]dcund foreliohhun[^], 7 

hwaet monna *freodom sie. [Nu Ju] miAi ongitan hu hefig * "°'^ *-■ 
7 hu earfoSe' (sis is eall to gerecanne'; ac ic sceal jieah 
hwsethwugu his onginnan ]k to tjecanne, forSaem ic hsebbe 
ongiten f hit is swiSe micel Isecedom jrinre serge, gif ]>a 

J.s Jjiscs auht ongitst, }ieah hit me lange to Iseranne sie. 
ForBiem hit is neah Jjjere tide Jw ic getiohhod hjefde on oSer 
weorc to fonne, 7 get nabbe f>is gedon ; 7 me JnincS eac f 
t>u sadige hwEethwugununges, 7 ))e Syngen to a;lenge '° Jias 
iangan spell, swelce \>e nu lyale lioSa. Ic wal eac f J>e 

johiora lyst, ac Su scealt )jeah ge)>oiian sume hwile; ic ne 

maeg hit nu swa hraSe asingan, ne xmettan nxbbe, forS^em 

hit is switSe long spell. Da cwsetS ic: DoswsetSertSu wolde". 

§ v'. pa ongan he sprecan swiSe fioiran ymbutan, swelce 

1 Boetb. iv. pr. 6. 1. 10 P. ■ Turn uelat ab alio or»a principio,' &c. 

'iw/fiBlirB. ' o/B. '»Kom.B. • a/7 asaif C, a/ttr aitai/ B. 

• m eyrnH R * rwaf B. ' gfbyrige B. ' giatfoSi B. 

* gtnttaniu B. '" alettge B. " wilU B. 




128 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIX. | 5 

he na )7a spraece ne msende, 7 tiohhode hit ' t^h }nderweardes 
7 cwsetS: Ealla gesceafta, gesewenlica 7 ungcsewenlica, stillu 

7 unsiillu, onfotS set JJiem stillan 7 act Jjiem gesiaetSBegan 7 set 
f>!e anfealdan God[«] endeberdnesse 7 an[<A«///i7n] '7 gemet- 
gunge; [j/orJscEin* hil siva] gesceapen vxi, forSaem he wat S 
hwy he gesceop eall f he gesceop. Nis him nanwiht unnjt 
];ses ]% he g'esceop. Se God wuna.S sf\e on Jiaere hean 
ceasire his anfaldnesse 7 bilewitnesse ; ))onan he dsJS manega 
7 misteea gemetgunga eallum his gesceaftu, 7 })onan he welt 
eallra. Ac &et tSsetle we hatat! Codes forefronc 7 his 10 
foresceawung, f biC ]» hwile ]>c hit Sser mid him' biS on 
his mode, artXe fie hit gefremed weorSe, J)a hwile Se hit 
gcf)oIit biS; ac siStSan hit fullfrcmed biS, lx>nne hataS we 
hit wyrd. Be \>y mxg eeIc mon witan f hit sint aeg)>er' 
ge twegen naman ge twa jjtncg, forejronc 7 wyrd. Se fore- li 
))onc is sio godcunde gesceadwisnes ; sio is fae^t on J^sem 
hean sceppende ° pe eall fore' wat hu hit geweorSan sceall aer 
Kr hit geweorSe. Ac $ f we wyrd hataS, f bSS Codes 
weorc $' he aelce dasg wyrctS, 3eg|)e;r ge )j<es (?«) we gesioS 
ge Jjues ])e us ' ungesewenlic biS. Ac se godcunda forejwnc jo 
heaSeratS ealie *[gei;cea/ia, p hi ne moloa loslupan q/"] hiora 
endebyrdnesse ', Sio wyrd Jxinne dielS eallum gesceaftuin 
anwlitan 7 stowa 7 tida 7 gemetgunga ; ac sio wyrd cyS of 
?sem gewitte 7 of Stem forefxince J^aes aelmehtigan Codes. 
Se wjTcS Kfter his unasecgendlicum forej'once {/>dn) swa jj 
hwaet swa he ' wile. 

§ vi ™. Swa swa lelc crieftega "■ SencS 7 mearcaS his weorc 
on his mode aer aer he hit wyrce, 7 wyrctS siSSan eail, |>ios 
wandriende wyrd jie we wyrd haiaS faerS sfler his forjwnce 
7 " aeft his ge^wahte, swa swa he liohhaS f hit sie. peah hit 30 
us manigfaldlic Since, sQ good, sum yfel, hit is Seah him 
anfeald good ; forSaem he hit eall to godum ende brengS, 7 

• Boeth, iv. pr. 6. 1. 4a P. ■ Sicul coim ailifex,' 4c. 

'^Aii om. E ' tm.fehwam B. ' him chd. E ' iptr C. 

' seffeade C. ' ^ E ' «j om E ' ivyrdnesst B. ' ke Irom B. 
hvia C. " era/tja C. " 7 om. E 



XXXIX. S 7] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 129 

for goode deS call f $ he deS. SitStSan we hit hatatS wyrd 
siStbn hit geworht biS; aer hit webs Codes' fore)>anc 7 his 
foretiohhung. Da wyrd he J>onne wyrcS oSSe Jiurh 5a 
goodan efw^Jas oSSe }>urb monna sawla, oSSe |>urh otSerra 
S gesceafu lif, oS& |>urh heofones tungl, oSSe tSurh ])ara 
scuccena* misUce lotwrencas; hwilQ )>urh an Sara, hwilu 
flurh eall *&. Ac f is openlice cuC f sio godcunde fore- * 
tiohhung is anfeald 7 unandwendlic ', 7 welt xlces Jmiges 
endebyrdhce, 7 eall ^ng gehiuaS. Sumu ])ing )»nne on 

10 ))isse weonilde sint underfed \nert wyrde, sume hire nanwuht 
underSied * ne sint ; ac sio wyrd 7 eall tSa )>ing ^ hire 
underSied sint, sint underSied S^em godcundan rore{K)nce. 
Be ?jem ic Se mseg sum bispell secgan, $ )>u meaht J*/ 
sweotolor ongitan hwilce men bioS underSied JiEere wyrde, 

'S hwylce* ne bioS. Eall Sios unstiile gesceaft 7 )nos hwear- 

fiende hwearfatS on 5»ra stillan Code, 7 on tSsem gesiEeS- 

Segan, 7 on Ssem anfeaidan ; 7 he welt eallra gesceafta swa 

swa be ast fniman getiohhod hsefde 7 get hsefS. 

$ vii". Swa swa on wasnes eaxe hwearfiatS Jia hweol 7 sio 

'* eax slint stille 7 byrtS J>eah ' eaine fjone wsen, (7) welt 
ealles ))ks fterelles ; f hw[«]l hwerftS ymbutan 7 sio nafu 
nex[/ /<z]re eaxe sio fsertS micle fEe[j///for] 7 orsorglicor 
})onne 5a tt^lgan'' don], swelce sio eax sie ^ hehste ^odJ>e 
we] 'nemnaS God, 7 [/a itltstan men faytn nehste' Code, • 

'b swa swa sio ' nafu TsrS neahst )>Eere eaxe, 7 ))a midmestan 
swa swa Sa" spacan ; fortSEem]>e Klces spa(M)n biS oSer 
ende fEest on Saere naie, oSer on ^sere felge. Swa bitS }>3em 
midlestan monnum ; oSre hwile he smeaS on his mode yb 
Jjis eorSlice {lif), otSre hwile ymb Sst godcundlice, swtlce 

30 he locie mid oSre eagan 10 heofonum, mid oSre to eor}>an. 
Swa swa ))a " spacan sliciaS oSer ende on Jjjere felge d^r 
on jiasre nafe, middeweard se spaca " biS segtSrum emnneah, 

■ Boetlt IT. pr. 6. I. Gl P. 'N«innt oibiimidccaeimdemcu>dinen>,'&c. 

' From B, ^BCtUi C. ' From B, unctena C. ' unamtntUiuJlic 
■ •■ ■ \ • ^toylce om, B. ' eal T 
" At am. B. " >w B. 




130 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOFHIAE (.XXXIX. { 7 

Seah oSer ende bio fsest on |^:ere nafe, oCer on )>iere felge ; swa 
bioS }>a midmestan ' men onmiddan }>am spacan, 7 ]7a 
betran near ))sere nafe, 7 J« ' tiuetran near Bsem felgum ; 
bioS Jieah fsestc on S^re na/e', 7 se naTa* on Caere eaxe. 
Hwael, }ia [/rjlg* f^^h hongiaS on [Kem spacan, [>]eah hi j 
eaUurga wealowigen on )5a£r[f ;]ortSan ; swa doS J>a mste- 
stan ° [»7« ojn fjsem midmeslum ', 7 J>a mi6[mes/an] on Jiasm 
betitan, 7 J>a belsUn [o« G(w/]e. peah ]>a maetestan ' eallc 

' I J» C- hiofro /^]e wenden to Sisse weorolde, '[la ru magon] Jaer- 
on wunigan, ne to nauhte ne weorSaS, gif hi be nanum dxle lo 
ne beotS gefaestnode to Gode ; J'on ma J>e \>xi hweoles felga 
magon bion on ' ^xm fsrelte, gif hi ne bioS fseste on )>3em 
spacum, 7 ()a spacan on {Jsere eaxe. pa felgea bioS fyrrest 
tSsere eaxe ; fortSam hi faratS ungeredelicost. Sio nafu 
ferS neaxst (jaere eaxe ; forCy hio faeitS gesundlicost '. Swa 15 
doC Sa selestan men ; swa hi ' hiora iufe near Gode laetaS, 
(7 swi3or J>as eari'licon ping farsioS^"'), swa hi beotS orsorgran, 
7 Iks reccaS hu sio wyrd wandrige, otSSe hwaet hio" brengc- 
Swa swa sio nafu bitS syle swa " gesund, hnappcn t)a felga 
on f Ce hi hnseppen, 7 {)eah biS sio nafu hwaethwugu ao 
lodseled from {were eaxe. Be fiy \>m meaht ongitan $ se '* wwn 
bits m/de leng gesund ))e Ises biS todseled f[roni] }raere eaxe ; 
swa bioS )ia men eallra orsorgestae xgSer ge ))is9es 
andwea(r)dan lifes earfoSa ", ge l>ses tow[<iir]dan, fa ]» 
fsEste bioC on Gode ; ac awa hi swiSur bioS asyndrfde "* frfi jj 
Gode, swa hi swiffiur bioS gedrefde 7 gesmencte, agfwr ge 

iijb C. on mode ge 'on llchoman. 

§ \ iii *>. Swylc is Pat P we wyrd halaS be )j3em godcundan 
forejjonce, swylce [sio) smeaung 7 sio gesceadwisnes is to 
melanne witS Jjone gearowitan '*, 7 '^ swylce |>as Isnan ()ing 30 
b:o8 to metanne wiS tSa ecan", 7 swilce f hweol bitS to 

° Boeth. IT. pr. 6. L 74 P. 'Igitur nti est *A intcUectnni,* Sue. 
' For midmestan B has nuzstan. ' fia am. R ' Fiom B; nnfe J. 
* So b1*o B. ' mastan S. ' midmtstim C. ' »R om. B. * gtmiut- 
/ullicoslK 'iiom. B. "/ericaeB. " From B, « C " nr« om. B. 
" From B, ^ C. " From B, tar/eSt C. " Flora ], a^indrodi Hct R 
" gearrviilmt B. " 7 m^itf . . . aati om. B. 



XXXIX. S9] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 13! 

meianne wffi Sa eaxe ; fortfjem sio eax welt ealles J«es wKnes, 
Swa deS se godcunda foregone ; he astereS' ]x)ne rodor 7 
J>a Cunglu, 7 Jia eorSan gedeS slille, 7 gemetgatS |)a feower 
gejceafta ; j is wwter 7 eorSe 7 fyr 7 lyft. Da he geSSwaratS 7 
5 wliiegaS', hwilutn eft unwIitegaS, 7 on oSrQ hiwe gebrengS, 
7 eft geedniwaS, 7 tidreS seic ludor, 7 hi eft gehjl 7 
gehelt (lonne hit forealdod WS 7 forsearod, 7 eft geewS 7 
geedniw[(i3] (jonne fonne {A? «;(/«). Sume utSwiolan [/>e\ih 
secgatS ^ sio wyrd' wealde * agjjer ge gesalSa ge ungesslSa 

10 jelces monnes. Ic jjonne secge, swa swa ealle [i-rii]tene men 
secgaiS, ji sio godcunde foretiohhung his waide, uses sio 
wyrd ; 7 ic wat f hio demS eail J)ing snitSe rihte, )>eah 
ungesceadwisum men' [jwa] ne Jiitice. Hi wenatS f )'a[''''] 
ael[f ] 'sie gof rf J>e hiora uiilt^n fulgczS ; nis hit nan wundor, * ' ' 

IS forfEem hi beo5 ablende mid tJjem ))!osCnim heora scylda. 
Ac se godcunda forefionc hit understanl eall swiSe rihte, 
feah us fiince for urum dysige f hit on woh fare ; forffjem we 
ne cunnon f rihl understandan. He demS peah eall switSe 
rihte, peah us hwilum swa ne Since. 

3D §ixi>. Ealle men spiriaS sft \xm hehstan goode, ge 
goode ge yfle; ac fortSy ne magon J>(a) yflan cuman to 
Ssm hean hrofe ealira gooda, forSjem hi ne spyriaS on ribt 
aeft. Ic nat ' {)eah (jq cwK?Se ' nu hwonne to me : hwylc 
unriht mag beon mare Jronne ge|jalige' f hit geweorSe, 

15 swa hit bwilum gewyiS, f yxm goodum becymtS anfeald yfel 
on fisse weorulde, 7 faem yflum anfeald god, 7 oSre* 
hw ile KgtSer gemenged, wg[)er ge tSS goodum ge fxm yflum ? 
Ac ic l>e acaige hwaetSer f>u wene f wnig mon sie swa 
andgilftill f he mseg« ongitan alcne mon on lyht hwylc he 

30 sie, f he nawtSer ne sie ne betra ne wyrsa Jionne he hia wene, 
Ic wat *[/>toi p hi ne magan. Ac wyrd^" swide\ oft on * 1: 
won se sido J^ sume men secgaS f sie mede wyrSe, sume 

* Boeth. iV. pr. 6. 1. 9> P. ' Nihil est enim quod m>U cmosa,' ftc. 

' siyr^ B. ' }raraS 7 gtnililegat B. ' From B, wyrt C. 

' Fiom B, vxid C. ' mennum B. ' wat B. ' twtfi B. 

* ht gttafigt B, ' eHfrt C. " em. weuHia B, 




132 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIX. ( 9 

men secgatS ji he ' sie wites wyrSel peah hwa maege ongitan 
hwEet oSer do, he ne msg wiun hwxt he {lenctS ; ]jeah he 
iDEege sume his wilkn ongitan. ^onne ne irniEg) he eatlne. 
Ic ))e masg eac reccan sum bispell be )j»m f ))u hit * meaht 
l^e sveotolor ongitan, tSeah h[i'/] ungesceadwise men ongitan ! 
nt magm ; f is forhwi se gooda Isece selle \»im halQ men 
seflne drenc 7 swetne, 7 otSrQ halum biterne 7 strangne; 
7 hwilQ efi /am unhalum, sumii titSne, (sumii) strangne, 
sumum swetne, sumum biteme, Ic wat f aslc [lara )« Jxine 
crsert nc can wile }>Ees wundrian forAuy ki swa don. Ac his "> 
ne wundriatS t>a Isecas* nauht, forCaem hi wi[/oM] $ tSa otSre 
nylon ; fortSaem hi cunnon »Ices hiora medtrymwjrt ongi/an 
7 owmawan *, 7 eac t5a crasftas fw f^serwi? sculon. Hwaet is 
scnvla haelo but* rihtwisnes f otStSe hwK/ is hiora un/rymnes 
hult \xxi*/>tauias ? [Hwa is pan ieiera lace pare sawU] 'i 
(jonne se }>e hi gesceop, J is God f He araS \ixm ' goodanj 
7 witnaS Sa yflan ; he wat hwses aslc wyrSe bi8. Nis 
hit nan wundor, forSsem he of \xm hean hrofe hit eall 
gesihtj, 7 ^nan miscaB 7 metgaS selcum be his gewjrhlum. 

§ X I. p we JTOnne halaS ' wyrd, fionne se gesceadwisa >o 
God, fie aelces monnes tSearfe wat. hw»t wyrcB oSSe geJrafalS 
))KS Jie we (ne Kv)natS, 7 git ic )je mseg sume bisne feaum 
wordum secgan be \)xra daele j)e sio mennisce gesceadwisnes 
mieg ongitan f>a godcundnesse. ^ is )ionne f ' we ongitaS 
hwilQ {moti) on oSre wisan, on oSre hine God ongit '. as 
Hwilum we tiohhiaS ^ he sie se betra*, 7 ))onne wat God f 
hit Bwa ne bitS. ponne hwaem hw»t cymtS oSffie goodes 
otffle ylles mare ]>onne %t ^inctS f he wyr^ sie, ne biS do 
unrihtwisnes no on Gode, ac sio ungleawnes biS on tSe selfum, 
f \\x hit ne canst on riht gecnawan. Oft gebyreS feah fte $0 
men ongiiatS man on *" 5a ilcan wisan Pe hine God ongit. Oft 
■ hit" geiyretS -fte manige [men *bio3 swa ungelrumt'^'* tBgper 

1 Boeth. IT. pr. 6. L 117 P. ' Hie Um fit Hind faUlii ordinli,' ftc 



' A.B. 


• hU o-n. B. ' From B. lacu C. 


' Frotn J, tocnmnan B. 


>B. 


■ lToniB,A<t/fl<IC. '?<»"■ B- 


• FroniB,a»i,^C. 


'WoB. 


" 0n om. B. " hit om. B. 


■' untr^mt J. 



XXXlX.Sii] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 133 

ge on mode] ge on lichoinan f hi ne magon nan good don, 
ne nan yfel nylla^ unnedige, 7 bioS eac swa unge|)yldige ' ^ 
hi nc magon nan earfoSu ge^iyldehce aberan. ForSsem hit 
gebyreS oft f God nylle for his mildheortnesse nan unabe- 

5 rendlice broc him an seltan, ^y Iecs hi forlsten hiora unsceS- 
fulnesse 7 weorSen wyrsan, gif hi asterede ' biotS 7 geswencte '. 
Sume men beo8 sices cr^eftes full crseftige, 7 full haligc weras 
7 ribtwise. ponne JiincS f Gode unriht f he swylce swence ; 
ge furSum ]jone deaS fie eallum monnum ' is gecynde ' to 

10 Jjotianne, he him gedeS seflran ))onne oSrum monnum ; swa 
swa gio {sum) wis mon cwa^tS ^ se godcunda anwald ge- 
friotSode his deoriingas under {his) fitSra sceate ', 7 hi scilde 
swa geornlice swa {swa) man deS Jione sppel on his eagan. 
Manige tiliaS Gode to cwemanne to jron georne f hi wilniaS 

15 hiora agnum wilium manigfeald earfotJu 10 ]irow/anne, for- 
5)em hi w(7/n;atJ maran are 7 ma[ ran] hlisan 7 {maran) 
weorSscipe mid Gode lo '\_hal>lianne /-on Pa habbaS'' />e so/lor']' ' 
libbatS. 

§ xi '. Oft eac becjTnSS se anwald )>isse worulde to BwiSe 

10 goodum monnum, for'Sjem f se anwatd f ara yfelana weorSe 
toworpen. Sumil monnum God seleS egSer ge good ge 
yfel gemenged, forSsem hi ffig)?res camiaS ; sume he bereafaS 
hiora welan swiSe hraSe, fses Jje hi'srest gesEellge weorSaS, 
]iy laes hi for longum gesselSum hi' to up ahjebben, 7 fonan 

Jj on ofermettum weortSen ; sume he ' Iset Jireagan mid heardum 
broce, f hi leomigen })one craeft gefiyldelice " on tSaem langan 
geswince. Sume him ondraedaS earfoSu swiSor ^onne hi 
Jtyrfen, )ieah hi hi " eaSe adreogan mffigen ; sume hi gebycgaS 
weorSlicne hlisan ]}isses andweardan lifes mid hiora agnum 

30 deatSe, forBffim hi wenaS f hi nsebben nan oSer fioh Jiaes 
hlisan" wyrSe bulon hiora agnum fiore. Sume men wKron 
gio unoferawi15edlicf, swa f hi nan ne meahte mid nanum 

■■ Bocth. iv. pr, 6. 1. 138P. 'Fit anlemwepeuli bonis,' &c. 

' unPyldigt B. ' astyred B. * gtneeiutJ B. 
■ gtcyiule itS. ' setadt B. ' habben J. ' . 
sume ^ otn. B. '* gtfyfldt B. " hi once, B, 




134 DE -CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIX.Jii 

wile oferswi/an ; )>a bisnodon hiora seftergengwm f hi neren 
iifibC. mid witiim oferswiSde. On )jEem was sweolol *\P hi for 
heora godum wtorcum kaf^en 5one crffift f hi ' mon nc 
Rieahte oferswitSan. Ac J^a yflan for hiora yflum weorcum 
w^ron gewitnode 7 ' oferswiSde, forffisem J Sa witu gestirden s 
otSrum J (hi) swa gedon ' ne dorsten, 7 eac Jja gebetan };e 
hi l^onoe brociaS. P is swiSe sweoCol lacn ]7Xm wisan ^ he 
ne Eceal lufian to ungemetlice Sas wonildgesazlSa, forSsem 
hie oft cumaS to Ssem wyrrestum * monnum. Ac hwKt wille 
we cweSati be fjsem andweardan welan \ie oft cyC to Bsem iq 
goodQ, hwKt he' elles sie buion tacn }>ks toweardan 
velan, 7 ^ses edleanes angin ^e him God tiohhod ' h^rC foi 
his goodan willan ? Ic wene eac Jte ' God selle msenegum 
yfelii men ' gesselBa fort^semfie he wat hiora gecynd 7 hiora 
willan swa geradne $ hi for nanum emiBum ire byoS no \y 15 
betran ac fy' wyrsan. Ac se gooda Ijbcc, f is God, 
lacnaS hiora mod mid Ssm welan ; wile f (At) ongiten 
hwonon him se wela come 7 olecce |J!em )je '" lies be him 
)>one welan afyrrc, oSSe hine (/a) welan, 7 wende his 
117a C. *\^P(awas to godt, 7 for late 3a un/vawas] 7 pa yfel pt he ser 10 
(Jbr) his ennSum dyde. Sume bioC j^eah py wyrson gif 
hi welan habbaS, forSKm hi " ofermodigaS " for tSam welan 
7 his ungemetlice brucaS. 

§ xii '. Manegii men biotS eac forgifene fortSaem pas 
weoruldgesselSa f he scile ))aem goodum leanian hiora good, 15 
7 jiEm yflum hiora yfel. ForSffim sy!e bioB pa goodan 7 Jia 
yflan unge]>were " betwuh him, ge eac hwilum pa yflan bioK 
ungerade betwuh him selfiS ; ge furSum an yfel man biS 
simle " ungejjwsre him selfum, fort!sem pe " he wat f he 
uniela detS, 7 wenS him )jara " ieana, 7 nyle ptah Jtffis 30 
geswican, ne hi[/] furtSum him ne tieL hreowan ; 7 j^onne 
for Ssem singalii egc ne mieg no weortSan gej>w3ere on him 
• Bocth. iv. pr. 6. t. 16S P. ■ Alios in cladem meritun,' tee. 
' From B, Aim C. ' 7 ("»■ B. ' dm B. ' wyritim U. ' it oa. B. 
* gtlihhed B. ' It onu B. ' monnum B. ' B ha> ni na^y for 
"/K. "A'B. " lii'om. B. " e/tnrKdgiaM B. " un^- 
pviait B. " kwilum B. " /< om. B, " manu) B. 



XXXIX,ii3] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 135 

seliti. Oft hit {eac) ge[iy]reS f se yfla forlaet his jfel [>r] 
sumes oSres yfles mannes andan, [_/i>r]Saem he wolde mid 
Jjy tffilan ' ]io[ne o.Tirrjne $ he onscunode his )>eawas ; 
[swinc3'\ )}Onne ymb f swa he swiCost mjeg [^ Ar] tiolatS 
5 ungelie to bionne fiaem o5[rttm], forSaem hit is })jes godcundan 
anw[M/]des gewuna f he wircS of yfle good. *[^Ac hit nis • 
nanum mm alefed pat he mmge'] witan eall $ God ' getiohhod 
hsef?, ne eac areccan J $ he geworht hjeTO, Ac on Jiaein ht 
habbaS genoh to ongitanne ^ se scippend 7 se waldend 

10 eallra gesceafta welt, 7 rehte gesceop eal! f he gesceop, 
7 nan j'fel ne worhle ne get ne wyrcS, ac aslc yfel he 
adrifS of eallu his rice. Ac gif \>\i jeft ))!em bean ' anwalde 
spyrian wilt Jjses lelmehtigan Codes, fjonne ne ' ongitst ])u 
nan yfel on nanum ))iiige, jieah )je * nu tSince ^ her micel on 

>5 fiys middangearde sie ; forSasm hit is riht $ Sa goodan 
haebbcn good edican hiora g6des, 7 ]3a yflan h2eb[ia«] ' wite 
hiora yfles; ne bitS f nan yfel [^]te riht hvS, ac biS good. 
Ac ic ongile Ski ic }?e hsebbe aSretne ' {nu) mid \iy' langan 
[f/«]]le*, forSiem ))e lyst nu leotSa; ac on[/o^J hiora nu, 

10 fortt^m hit is se ljece[rfom] 7 se drenc J>e J>u lange wilnodesi, 
[/(?/" ^«^] eS mffige {pare) lare onfon, 

§xiii'. Da se \Wisdo^ ))a {)is spell areaht haelde, \_pa 
o]ngon he eft" singan 7 jjus cwk6; {Gif Pu willnige" mid 
hlutrum mode ongitan Pone hean anweald, btheald Pa tunglu 

Xipas hean heofnes. Heaidad pa tunglu pa ealdan sibbe pe hi on 
gesceapnt wmron, swa p sio fyrene sunne nt onhrind no pas 
dales Pas heo/enes pe se mona on irn3, tie se mona no ne 
onhrind pas dales Pe sio sunne on irn^, pa kwiU 3e hio Paron 
bid. Ne se sleorra pe we hataS Ursa ne cym3 na/re on Pam 

30 westdale, peak ealle o3re steorran faren mid pa rodore a:/ler 
Pare sunnan on Pa eorpan. Nis hit nan wundor,/orpd he is 
tuiide neakpam upende pare eaxe. Ac se sleorra Pe we kala3 

• Boeth. iv. mH. 6. ■ Si ait cetsi inr* loaaDtlB,' &c Colt. Meti. xxix. 

' laltm B. * From R, good C. ' hean om. E ' ne om. B. 
' >« om. EL ' So J, habban R * em. areUte C, i^riel B. ' /« B. 
' from B, tpell C. " em.>« a " e/l oro. B. " em. u-itlnigK 




136 DE CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOPHIAE [XXXIX. §13 

a/ensltorra, />on he btif viesl gesewtn, pan tacnnaH he ctftn. 
Fard J>on afttr pare sunnan on Sare eordem sceade o3 he 
ofirnS Pa sunnan hindan ; cymd wtSforan Pa sunnan Up, 
pan hale we hine morgensieorra, forpa he eymd easfan up; 
bodaS Pare sunnan eyme. Sio mnne 7 se mena habba$ 5 
lodeeled betwuki him pone dag 7 Pa nihl swiSe emae, 7 su'i'Se 
gepwarlict ' ricsiad purh godcundan foretceawunga, 7 unap- 
rotenlice piawia3 pa trlmihfigan Gode o3 domes dag. Forpi 
hi ne lai God on ant healfe pas heofones bion, py lies hi 
fordon odra gescta/ia. Ac gesibsuma God gemetgaS etdla 10 
geaeeafta 7 grpwaraS pa 9e betwuh him wuniaS. HwilH 
fiih3 se W(sta P dryge ; hwilu ' he gemenged P fyr wiS Pam 
ale ' ; hwilii fi leohtefyr 7 pal beorhte itp gewit, 7 sio hefige 
earde sit par m'Bere. Be pas cyninges gebode brengt eorSe 
akne* weslm 7 ale ludor mice geare, 7 se hata sumor dryg9 j 15 
gearwaS sad j bleda, 7 weslmhara harfest hryngd* ripa 
bleda. Haglas 7 snawas j se o/lrada ren lecea^ Pa eorSan on 
winira ; /orfid underfehd iio eorde Pat sad 7 gedeS pal hit 
grewS' on lenglen. Ac se melod eallra gescea/ta /el on eorSan 
ealle growende westmas 7 eaile /or3brengd ; 7 gehyl pbn he •* 
wyle, 7 eowad pbn he wile, 7 nimS pan he wile, pa hwile pe 
3a geicea/la piowia3, sit se kehsia sceoppend on his heahsetle ; 
Panon he welt J^a gewealdleSerii ealle gescea/tu. Nis nan 
wundor, forPa3e he is eyning 7 dryhten 7 awelm 7 fruma 
J a 7 wisdom 7 rihtwis dema. He sent ealla gescea/ta'' on his "S 
arenda, 7 he hel ealle e/t cuman. p<2r se an geslappega 
eyning gi/ he ' ne slaJ>elode ealla geseea/la ', pon wurdon hi ealle 
loslopene T lostencte, 7 to nauhte wurdon ealle gescea/la^ . peah 
habba3 gemanelice pa ane lu/efi hi Peowian swilcH hla/orde, 7 
/agniad p<£s piet he hiora wealt. Nisp nan wundor, /orpam " S° 
hi ne mihion elles bion, gi/ hi ne 3iowedan hiora /ruman.) 
Si. forlet se Wisdom ^ leotS, 7 cwseS to me ; 

' Orig. geSwarelice, bnt middW e cmied. ' em. kylu B. ' em, 
lice B. ' em. nine li, ' em. bry«9 B. ' an-grtmaS B, ' em. 
gtueaftu B, ' giflu ab. 1. ' cm. geseeafa B. " eat./tPan B. 



XL.SJ] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHJAE 137 

XL". 

5 i. Hwae&r tSu nu ongite hwider t>ios spraece wille ? 
Da cwkS ic : Sege me hwider sio willc. Di cwaetS he : Ic 
viUe secgan ^ selc wyrd bio good, sam hio monni] good 
^ince, sam hio him yfe! |>ince. Da cwffiS ic : Ic wcne $ hit 
S eaSe swa bion tnsege, fieah us hwila oSer Jjynce. Di cwjetS 
he : Nis JiKs nan tweo 5set ale wyrd bit! good [lara Se ' riht 7 
nytwyrSe bitS; fortSaem asic wyrd, sa hio bio' wynsii sam 
hio 3ie unwynsfl, forSy c^ to 5»m goodan Ji hio oSer twega 
do, oSffie hine Jireatige to Son f lie bet do })onne he aerdyde, 

10 oBSe him leanige f he aer tela dyde. 7 eft aelc wyrd fiara J)e 
to tSxm yfiQ cyS, cymS for })3em twaem )>ing[i, sam hio sie 
retSe, sam hio sy wynsii. Gif to Sasm yjium cymtS reSu 
wyrd, )ionne cym3 he to edleane his yfla, o5Se io Jjreunge ' 
7 to leere f he eft * swa ne do. pa ongann ic wundrian, 

15 7 cwkS : \s fi /orinweardlict rihtracu * f )ju Sser 'recst. pa * 
cwce3 he : Swa hit is swa Su saegst ; ac ic wolde, gif Ha 
wolde, Sset wit* unc wenden sume hwile to ^ises folces 
spraece, J^ylaes hi cwcj>aii' f wit sprecan' ofer monnes 
gemei '. Da cwaeS ic ; Spree f ISu wille. 

ao 5 ii '. Da cwaeS he : Wenst y.\i Sast f ne sie good f nit ^ 
bits? Da cwjetS ic ; Ic wene f hit sie. Da cwie?S he : ^Ic 
(wjrif) is nyt bara t>e autSer deSS'", oS5e lEortS, alSSe wyrcS". 
DacwseSic: pissoS. DacwjetShe": Sio witSerwearde wyrd 
is Saem " good J^e winnatS wiS unSeawas 7 wendaS hi to goode, 

"5 Da cwaSS ic : Ne maeg ic )):es oSsacan. Da cwaeS he : Hwaet 
wenst pu hi l^aere goodan wyrde "Se oft cymS to goodti monnii 
on Sisse weonilde, swylce hit sie foretacn ecra'* gooda? 
hwsejjer pis folc maege cweSan f hit sie yfel wyrd ) Da smear- 
code (tV) 7 cwseS: NecwiSf nan mon, accwiS f hiosieswiSe 

• Boelh. It. pr, 7. ' Ittnine igitnr nides,' 8ce. 

' Boeth. IT. pr. 7. 1. 17 P. 'Noane Igitni bonum censei,' &c. 
' St above line in C. ' lieB. ' /rtafungt B. ' get ^. 

• ratu B. ' xvii ora. B. ' So C, naaSBtt B. ' So C, spracen B. 
' andgtt B. " B hu aioerM Cor auiir Ml. " virkS B. " For 
words here omUied in text lee p. 149 note. " From B, u {Firm ii Oat 
gtod C. " From B, alcra C. 




138 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOFHIAE [XI- ( * 

good, swa Aiit eac bits. DacwaeChe: Hwjet wenst Jni be J»Kre 
unwenlicran ' wyrde }% oft ))reata'S }>a ydan to witnianne ? 
hwieSer Jiis folc vent f f good wyrd sie f Da cwjetS ic :' 

iiobC, Newena^ hi no ^ f god *[uiyrd sit, ac wtna3 p hio sie earm)- 
lico. Da cwsetS he : Uton healdan unc f wit ne wenen swa f 
swa f)is folc wcnS ; gif wit jjses wenaC 5e Jjis folc wenS, 
J«nne forbele wit alee gesceadwisnesse 7 ^Ice rihiwisnease. 
Da cwkSS ic i Hwy forlaele ' wit hi (a) Jia ' ma i" Da \cwa3 
he /] For?y J>e * folcisce men secgaS J e^Ic rc5u wyrd 7 
unwynsumu sie yfcl; ac we ne sculon ]}ks gelefan, forSKm >o 
)«' seic wyrd biS good, swa we ser spraecon, sam hie sy 
retSe, sam hio sie • wynsum. Da wearS ic afsered 7 cwstS : 
^ is sots ;f \m saegsl; ic nat Jwah hwa hit dyrre secgan 
dysegfl monnu, forffisem his re mseg ' nan dysi man gelefan*. 

§ iii". Da onsac se Wisdom sarlice, 7 cwseS: FortSy ne '5 
scyle nan wis mon {/orhigan ne) to swiSe yb J' gnornian, 
to hwEm his wise weortSe '"j oTOe" hwseSer him cume j^e reSu 
w[j']rd \t litSu, Son ma Jie se hwaia esne scyle ymb f 
gnornian, hu ofi he fiohtan scyle. Ne biS {his) loF na Sy '* 
laesse, ac is wen ^ hit sie (jy " mare; swa biS eac fjaes wisan » 

laiiC. med J;e mare, |)e him wratSre wyrd 7 retSre to becyS. *Jfiae 
[sceolJe" na/i] wis man wilnian seftes lifes, gif he senigra 
crEefta rec5 otSSe seniges weorCscipes her for weonilde otStSe 
eces lifes seftcr j^isse weonilde. Ac selc wis ma.n scyle 
a winnan aegSer ge witS )>& retSan wyrdf«] ge witS J>a wyn- JS 
suman, fy lasa he hinc for Ssere wynsuman wyrde fortruwige, 
otStSe for" Ssere retSan fortScnce. Ac him is tSearf f he aredic 
Jjone midmestan weg betweoh" )i«re retSan wyrde 7 C»re 
liSan, ^ he ne wilnige wynsuran wyrde 7 maran opsorgnesse 
Sonne hit gemedic sie, ne" eft (/o) retire", fortSrem he ne jo 
maeg nau)7res ungemet adriogan. Ac hit is on hiora agnum 
anwealde hwaetSre J^ara hi geciosen. Gif hi Jx>nne J>one mid- 
" IJoeth. iv. pr. 7. t. 37 P. 'Quare, inquit, it« nir lipiem,' &c. 
' unsnvenlkan B. ' foylile B. ' h^ ' j& om. B. 'SB. 
' hie sie om. B. ' B hu ntU tor lu mitg. ' gtUfan om. R ' /<• n»*9< 
^f om. B. '•" vyrhaH scyle B. " otie am. B. "ie B. " leylt J. 
"/tfrom.B. "bttvyhsii. "wom.B. " From B, i1«9k t. 



^^^H 



XL. is] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 139 

mesUn weg aredian willaS, Jjonnc sculon hi selfe him selfu 
gemetgian ' |)a wynsuman wyrde 7 Ja ' orsorgan ; ])onne 
gemetgaS' hihi God ))a reSan wyrde gc on J>isse weorulde 
ge on J«ere loweardan, awa swa hi eaSe * adreogan ' magan- 
f § iv I. Wella, wisan men, wel ; gaS ealle on Jonei weg 
•Se eow \l<era3] fa {{^ortmaran i/ina] }>ara godena gwmena 7 ' ' 
J>ara weorCgeornena wera )ie asr eow wEeron. Eala, ge ' 
eat^gan 7 idelgeornan ; hwy ge swa unnytle sien 7 swa 
aswundne? Hwy ge nyllen ascian sefter )reem wisum 

10 monnH 7 Beft Jiiem weorSgeomum, hwyiee hi wseron \ni fe 
ffir eow waeron? 7 hwy ge |>onne nyllen, si5tSan ge hiora 
J>eawas geascod hjcbben, him onhirian, swa ge swiSost 
msegenf for^sem hi wunnon asft weortSscipe on Jjisse 
wonilde, 7 tiolodoD goodes hlisan mid goodnm weorcQ, 

'S 7 worhlon goode bisne fjsem ]>e seFter him wjcron. ForS»m 
hi wunia'5 nu ofer tSaem tunglum on ecre eadignesse for 
hiora godum weorcum. Her endaS sio fiorSe hoc Boelies, 
7 onginS sio lifte. 

5 vy. Da se Wisdom {>a \Aa spell areaht hefde, Jia cwaeS 

JO ic I SwiSe riht is fin lar; ac ic wolde fe nu myndgian J«Ere 
mxnigrealdan lare ^e fu me £r gehete be fxre Godes fore- 
tiohhunge, Ac tc wolde aeresi wiian Et )>e hwaeSer 'f auht • 1: 
sie ^ we oft geheraS f men cwe3d3 be sumum fingum ^ hit 
scyle weas gebyrian. Da cwatS he: Me waere leofre $ ic 

15 onette wiS Jiass ^ ic t>e ' moste gelsestan J ic fie ^ aer gehet, 
7 J)e mosfft] getxcan swa scortne weg swa ic scyrtestne 
lindan meahle 10 SSinre cytttSe. Ac hit is swiSe ' feor ' of 
uncrum wege, of fxm wege fe wit geliohhod habbaS on to 
farenne; f f fu me aer bsede (hit) waere feah nyttre to 

30 gecerranne 7 (/c) ongitanne, Ac ic ondraede ^ ic fe laede 
hidres fidres on Sa paSas of finQ wege, ^ fu ne m^ege 
eft }nnne weg aredian. Nis hit nan wundor feah jju geliorie, 
gif ic fe l»de bi tSaem wege. Da cwkS ic : Ne fearft (/a) no 

< Boeth. It. me 
' Boeth. T. pr. 

* gt adrygtat B. 



no DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XL. { j 

f ondnedan ; ac ic bio swiSe swiSe gefsegen ' gif ))u me Is Jsi 
\iAtt ic Ze bidde. Da cwseS he : Ic )>e wille Ixran bispeUum, 
?wa ic )« ealne weg dyde, 7 [w jjcah secgan wille ' Jwet bit nis 
nauht f mon cwiS, f enig f)ing weaa gebyrige. FortSEe aeic 
})ing cimtS of sumil )}ingu, forSae' hii ne bitS weaa gebyred; s 
ac tSaer hit of naiihte ne come ^nne wjere hit weas gebyred ', 
§ vi >. Da cwseS ic : Ac hwonan com se {nama) Krest ? 
Da cwkC he : Arisloteles min dioriing hit 'gerehle on pan 
bee J>e Ftsica halte. pa cwtsd ic ; Hu rehte he hil ? Da 
cwseS he : Men cwEcdon gio ]>onne him hwaet unwenunga* 1° 
geb[(>-fA], $ f wsere weas gebyred ; swylc[f Aain] nu * delfe 
eorSan, 7 linde 6ser ))onne goldhord, ond secge Sonne f f 
sie weas gebered, Ic wat Jjeah gif se delfere Jja eortSan n[fl] 
ne delfe, ne nan mon jer f gold )«er ne hydde, [>onne nt ' 
funde he hit no, For?y hit naes na weas funden ; ac sio ■; 
godcunde yorf/t'ohhung Iserde ^ne ^ he iw/de '^ he* gold 
hydde, 7 eft Sone Jjc he wolde $ hit funde. 

§ vii '. i)a cwjeS ic : Daet ic ongite J hit is swa swa ^a 
ssegst ; ac ic )ie wolde '° acsian hwaeSer we Ecnigne freodom 
hsebben otiSc anigne anwea\A, hwaet we don, /iwcrt loe ne ru '° 
Jon, pt sio godcundf forttiohhung oSSt sio wyrd us rude to Pa 
pe we willan. pa cwcbS he : We habbad micelne anwald ; nis 
nan gesceadwis gesce^h f nEbbe frfbdom. Se pe gescead- 
wisne&fc hxfS, se mseg demon 7 tosceadan hwss " he wilnigan 
\sceal\ 7 hwset he onscunian sceal. 7 selc mon ha/3 ^* pone n 
, freodom f he wat hwai h[^] wile, *hw:e[ he nele ; 7 |>eah 
nabbaS'* ealla gescea[</]wisa gesceafta gelicne friodom. 
Englas habbaC rihte domas 7 goodne willan, 7 eall f " hi 
wilniaS hi begitaS swiSe eaSe, forSsem^e hi nanes wos" ne 
wilniaS. Nis nan " pe hsbbe friodom 7 gesceadwisnesse J^ 
buton engtum 7 monnum ; ))a men habbaS simle freodom 

* Boeth. V. pr. I. t. 3] P. ' An' est aliqaid, lamet^ nnlgnt latest,' &c. 
■ Boeth. V. pr. 3. ' Aoimadoerto, inqnim,' 4c. 

I /ijTj B. ' fpi/ife om. B. 'forfii B. ' e^om. B. * From B, 
geit C. ' kwegnuKga B. ' n» om. B. ' nt coDJect., om. B. 

'em.BtB. '" vnldeft B. " kvial B. " em. haf^. " ktUibaS K. 
" h'lial B, " WBgts D. " Read natt gact^, turn om. B. 



XU. Si] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE I4I 

"py maran ^ hi heora mod near godcundnni Singum IstaS, 
7 habbaS }px^ \iy Isessan friofrfojm |)e hi biora modes 
willan ' near Jiisse weonildare IsetaC. NabbaS hi naenne 
freodom )ionne hi heora agnuin willum hi selfe untSeawum 
5 underSiodaS; ac sona swa hi hiora mod onwend[ti?]' from 
go<Ie, sva weorSaS hi ablende raid unwisdome. Swa))eah 
is an aelmihtig God on his J^sere hean ceastre; se gesihtS 
selces monnes ge^ht ', 7 his word 7 his dseda loscead *, 7 
gilt !eIcu seiner his gewyrhtum. £)a se Wisdom )>a \«s spell 

10 asasd heefde, f>a ongon he slngan 7 })us cwseiS ; 

XLlb. 

5 i. (ptak Omerus se goda sctop,]>e mid Crecu seUst wat: 

se was Firgilies ' lareow ; se Frigilius was mid Leedinwa- 

rum Sliest : peak Omerus on his leo9ii swiSe herede Pare sunnan 

gecynd J hiore crte/tas 7 hiore biorhlo, ne mcBg heo peak ealU 

11 gescea/la gesdnan. ne Pa gesceafia Pe heo gescinan mteg ne 
mag hio ealle endemesl gescinan, ne ealle innan geonduinan. 
Ac nis pa almifdigan ' Gode swa, Pe is scyppend ealra 
gtsceajla ; he geseohS 7 purhseohd ealle his ' gesceafta ande- 
mesi. pone mon mag hatan bulon lease sofie sunne.) 

10 § ii ". [ifa j]e Wisdom ))a fis leoS asungen hsefde, tSa 
geswugode he ane lylle hwile. Da cwieS ic : Sum twco 
me * bserS snitSe gedrefed. Da cwsS he : Hwset is se P Da 
CHECKS ic : Hit is f f 5u sxgst f God selle aelcQ men 
freodom swa good to donne swa jfel, swaetSer he wille ; 7 )>u 

J5 sKgst (eac) f (God) wile aelc /ing kf* hit geweorSe ; 7 )>u 
soegst eac f nan fing ne geweorSe bute hit God wille o8tSe 
geSade; 7 ]>u siegst *f h[i'/f]cyle eallfaranswahegetiohhod ' iiinC 
hsbbe. Nu wundrie ic Jjebs hwy he gejiafige f pa yflan men 
hjebben j>one freodom f hi masgcn d[on swa ^]od swa yfel, 

30 swseSer swa hi will[aM,/oS] he xi wat f hi yfel don willatS, 

^ Boctb. v.met. 1. 'PDroclantm lnmincPhoebDin,'&c CotLMetr.ux. 
* Boetb. T. pr. 3. ' Tnn ego, En, iuqum,' Ice. 

' From B, wiV/a C. ' awendat B. ' gt^anc B. ' tescat B. 
' ttD. Jlrgitt B. ' em.almiAiB. ' tm. Ai h. ' Bhutima 




143 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XLI. i > 

Da cwaC he: Ic \k m»g swiSe eaSe geandwyrdan )w* 
spclles. Ha wolde ]je nu lician* gif hwilc swiSe {riet 
g«(^ng waere 7 nsefde naenne fi'eon[« mon] on eallu his rice, 
ac waeren eaIl[e>]iowe ? Da cwecS ic : Ne ))uhte me [A/VJ' 
no' [r]ihtlic, ne eac nauht' gerisenlic, gif him sceoldeni 
Jiiowe men ))entan. Da cwietS he: ^' ware uncj-nlicre ', 
gif God nxfde on eallum his rice nane frige gesceaft' under 
his anwalde. FortSsem he gesceop twa gesceadwisa' ge- 
sceafta freo, englas 7 men ; Jjjehe geaf micle gife freodomcs, 
f hi mosien don swa god swa yfel, swseSer' swa hi wolden. 10 
He sealde swiSe fasste gife 7 swiSe fieste £ mid Saere giTe 
»lcum men oS " his ende ; Bset is se freodom Set se " men 
mot don f he wile, 7 $ is sio * f he " gilt jbIcu be his gewj-rh- 
tum aegSer ge on f>isse worulde ge on l^Eere loweardan swa 
. good swa j'fel, 'swgeSer he deS. 7 -men magon be[f;'A7n]i; 
)jurh jjone freedom swa hwaet swa hi willaS, bulon deatS hi ne 
magon forcer ran ; \ae hi'hine\ magon mid goodQ weorcum 
[ff/«//an,]^ he |)e"Iator eymtS; ge fur[/H] otS oreldo hi hine 
hwilil gelelta'5'*. Gif men " to goodum weorce ne onhagie, 
hjebbe" goodne willan; f is emngood". D[tf cv:aii ((•.■Jii 
Wei 5u me \h(Efsl arehu on pa /]weon, 7 on j^'sere gedrefed- 
nesse \_pe ic'\ ser {on) was be faem freodome. \^Ac ic eim] 
nu giet on micle maran gedrefednesse geunrotsod, fulneah 
oS ormodnesse. Da cwaiS he: "Hwset'is sio micle un- 
rolnes " f Da cwaeS ic : Hit is ym Sa Codes foretiohhunge ; 11 
forSsem we geheraS hwilum secgan f hit scyle eall sua 
geweorSan swa swa God set fruman getiohhad hsefde, f hit 
ne mffige nan mon onwendan '*. Nu 5inc5 me f he do woh ", 
)x>nne he araS }ia goodan, 7 eac }>onne he*' witnaS \a 
yflan, gif f soS is f (Aji) him swa gesceapen was f hi ne 30 
mosten elle[j] don. Unnytlice we swincaS }>onne we us 

' hi nu lotian E ' kit rat's. ' tiauhi B. ' nauht om. R 
* Hwal B. * ungtcyndliirt B. ' sititft B. ' geteedwistm R 

' nearSeroni. B. '• fl« B. " (b B. "fcim.R ">i"B, " ItltaBB. 



" From B, hi hit C. 



" iaiit B. " cmn om. U. '" ffmrl . . 
" awendan B. " Tbe h o{ leek mittca o 



XLI. S 3] DE CONSOLATIONS PHtLOSOPHIAE 143 

gebiddaS, 7 Sonne we faestaS, 'oStSe jelmessan sellaS, gif we his • 1 15* C. 
nabbaS Sy maran ))anc )>e )ia }>e on eallum j^ingum wadaS on 
hiora {agtnne willan, 7 a:/itr kiord) lichoman luste ima?. 
§ iiid. Da cwaeS he : pis is sio ealde siofung )« fiu longe 

5 siofodes, 7 manige eac Kr 5e ; (^ara wass sum Marcus, oSre 
naman Tullius, Jiriddan naman he was gehaten Cicero ; se • 
waes Romana hereioga ; se wses uSwita. Sc wees swiSe abisgod 
mid }73ere ilcan sprece, ac he hi ne meahle brengan to 
nanum ende. ' FortSy he ne meahle, ne nan mon on )ione 

■o [iman, ^a spruce to nanum ende bringan *, forSy hiora mod ' 
WES abisgod on tSisse weorulde wilnimga. Ac ic [« secge, 
gif $ so5 is f ge * secgaS, f hit waes unnet gebod on god- 
cundum bocum J God bebead ' $ mon sceolde forljelan yfel 
7 don good; 7 eft se cwide \t he cwsetS: swa mon ma 

15 swinctS, swa mon ' maran mede onfehtS. 7 ic wundrige hwy 
f>u hsebbe forgiten eall f f wit ser spiEecon. Da cwastS ic ' : 
'Hwaet haebbe ic forgiten J:ks ]je wit ser sprKcon? Da 
cwS 'he • : Wit ssedon ser $ sio godtunde f[o]retiohhung kIc * ^*h^ C. 
g6d worhte 7 nan yfel, (w nan) ne tiohhode to wyrcanne, 

to ne nEEfre ne worhle. Ge furSum f wi[/] gereahton to 
goodum' J>aet foIciscD monnfl yfel jjuhle; f waes $ mon 
wfisce 7 witnirde hwone for his yfle. Hu ne ssedon"*wit eac 
Kf " on (jisse ilcan bee f God hasfde getiohhod freedom to sel- 
lanne nionnum, 7 s*a dyde ; 7 gif hi '* jjone fieodom tela ge- 

15 healdon •*, f he hi woldc switSe weorSian mid ece life " ; 7 
gifhi" tSone freodom forheolden, ^hehijjonnewoldewitnian 
mid deaSe. He tiohhode, gif hi hwset gesyngoden on Ssem 
freodome, ^ hi hit eft on Sxm freodome mid hreowsunga 
gebeten ; 7 gif hiora hwylc swa heardheort waere f he nane 

JO hreowsunge ne dyde, $ he )ionne hsfde rihilic wite. Ealla 
gesceafta he haefde getiohhod )>eowu", buton englum 7 

* Boeth. T. pr. 4. 'Tnm ilia. Vein*, Inqnh,' &c. 

' /< B. ' Yta frrPf . . , bringan B has onlywi^w limmt. ' From 

B, mtd C. ' gt om. B. ' 6tad B ' mim ota. B. ' Ae B. ' Nwtcl . . . 

i(om. B. ' gtdtB. "ixdta. " aram.'B. " Fiom B, 

it C. " From B, to langt hteldan C. " rite B. " Ai om. B. 




144 ^^ CONSOLATIONS PHILOSOFHtAE [XLL J 3 

monnum. For8y)>e )« oRra gesceafta J>eowe sint, hi 
healdaC> htora Jwgnunga o5 domes daeg; ac J)a men 7 )>a 

' 1 16* C. englas, f c (ko * sint, forlaetatS hiora jKgnunga. *Hwa;t magoa 
men cweSan f sio godcunde foretiohhung geliohhod haefde 
^aes tSe hio ne }>urhttige ? oSSe hu magon hi hi aladian f hi 5 
ne msgen good don, nu hit awriten is ^ God gelde slcum 
men be * his gew)Thtum ? Hwy sceall {>onne senig men bion 
idel, Saet he ne wyrce ? Da cwk8 ic : Genoh ))u me hafsl 
gefreolsod ))£re tweounge mines modes be ^sere ascunga fw 
ic )>e ahsade*. Ac ic J)e wolde giet acsian sumre' spnece_i'' 
Se me ymbe tweoS. Da cw«6 he: Hnst is ^aet? Da 
cwatS ic: Genog cuS me is* f God hit wat call beforan, 
ge good ge yfel, ler hit geweortSe ^ ; ac ic nat hwsSer hit call 
geweorSan sceal unan wend end lice' J he wat 7 getiobhod hsefS. 
Da cwkS he: {Ne) tSearfhit no eall geweortSan unanwen- '? 
dendlice'; ac sum hit Fceal geweortfen' unanwendendtice ' ; 
f biS ^e ure nedt>earf biS, 7 his willa biS, Ac hit is sum 
8wa gerad $ his nis nan ned)>earf, 7 t>eah ne dereS no Jjeah 
hit geweorSe; ne nan hearm ne biS, ))eah {hil) do {ne) 
geweorSe. Ge)>enc nu be tSe selfil hwseSer ]ju senig ^ng ** 

ii6bC. swa fsest" getiohhod hEcbbe ')jst )ie jjince f hit naefre )Mnu 
willu onwend ne weorSe", ne (lu butan bion ne mx^; 
oVSe hwjeSer })U eft on angum ge)>eabte swa iwionede sie 
f |)e helpe hwaeSer hit geweorSe, Se hit no ne gcweoriSe. 
Fela is Jiara fiinga l^e God set wat " asr hit geweorSe, 7 vfat 'i 
eac f hit dereS his gesceaftum gif hit gewyrS. Nat he hit 
no fortSyf>e he wille $ hit geweorSe, ac forSy '* }>e he wile 
forwernan $ hit ne'* geweorSe, swa swa good scipsliora ongit 
roicelne wind on hreore sae " asr ser hit geweorSe '*, 7 hsBt 
fealdan f segl 7 eac hwiJum lecgan );one maMt, 7 hetan (» If 
baetinge ; gif he xi }>weores windes '* bsette, warenaC " [kt 
hint) wiB Sset weder. 

' haitall B. ' frige B. ' i^tr B. ' orieA B. ' sumt B. 

* mi is cttS B. ' geaiyrtt B. unttwendendlice B. * mfr^att B. 

" faslt B. " onwcnded aicerOe B. " ai- toaf om. B, but ipace 

1 ell instead. " /irr^f B. " ne am. B. " ¥ot m hrtcre xV 

has 7 krtete. " mariSt B. " siiaiib B. " wifrmiff EL 



XU.fsl DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 145 

{ iv ". E)a cwsetS ic : SwiCe wel ^u min h^fst geholpen st 
)pxK sprsece, (7) ic wundrige hwy swa mEenige wise men 
swa swiSe swuncen ' mid JiKre sprjece, 7 swa lytel gewis 
fiinden. Da cwjeS he ; Hwass ^v-undrast Jiu Jiaer swa swiffie, 

S swa etSe swa hit is to ongitanne? Hu ne wasl )ju $ manig 
(>ing ne biS no ongiten swa swa hit biS, 'ac swa swa Jifes • 
andgiies maeS biS fie Jisersefc spyreSf Swilc* is se wisdonT 
■f hine ' ne mseg nan mon of Jjisse weorulde ongitan swilcn« 
swylce he is ; ac eeIc wjnJS be his andgites mietSe ^ he hine 

10 wolde ongitan gif he meahte. Ac se wisdom mseg us eallunga, 
ongitan swylce swjJce we sint, )>eah we hine ne maegen 
ongitan eallunga swylcne swylc* he is; forSasm se wisdom 
is God. He gesihS (ca//) ure weorc ge good ge yfel, ffir hi 
gewordene* sien, otSSe furSum gefioht; ac he us ne ncd no 

15 f>y hraSor to {laem f we nede scylen ' good don, ne us ne 
wemtS i> we yfel don, forSaemJie he us sealde freedom. Ic j 
J)e mKg eac tjecan sume bisne ^ |)u ^e yt! ongitan meah[/<}* 
Sa spraece. Hwset', })u wast \_pal gesihS^ 7 gehemes 7 
gefrednes on^gilaS po^it lichoman Jjebs monnes, [7/]eah ne 

»o ongitatS {hi hine no geiictu ; pa earan ongitaS) f hi geheraS, 
(7) ne ongitat! hi J)eah (jone lichoman eallunga swylcne' 
swylce he biS; sio gefrednes hine mseg' gegrapian 7 gefredan 
(jset hit lichoma biS, ac hio ne raseg gefredan hwseSer he biS 
)je blaec' fw hwit, *tSe f^ger tSe unfEeger. Ac sio gesihS jet • 

JS fnimcerre *°, swa Jia eagan on besioS, hi ongita?! ealle )x»ne 
andwlitan tSses lichoman. Ac ic wolde get reccan jwne race, 
f Su wisse hwaes )>u wundrode. 

§ V '. Da cwaeS ic : Hw»t is Jjffit P Da cwaeS he ; Hit is 
f Be an man ongit $ f he (on) oCru ongit synderlice ; he hine 

3ooi^t}>urh \% eagan synderlice", };urh )>a earan synderlice, 
^)urh his rsdelsan synderlice, );urh gesceadwisnesse synder- 
lice, jjurh gewis and[^]it, Manige sint cwucera gesceafta 
• Boeth. ». pr. 4. 1. 69 P. ' Cuini eiTorii causa est,' &c 
' Boetb. T. lemaiDdcT of pr. 4 uid whole of 5. 
' geramncen B. ' hv>ik B. ' f hint om. B, ' gewarden R 
» iqiltit am. B. ' From J, B miht. ' ^ B. ' neylcnt . . , 

OMVomltE ' ilacB. " Jrumait eem S. ^^ jyndcr/t C. 




146 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE [XLLJ 5 

unstirende, swa swa nu scylfiscas ' sint, 7 habbat? f>eah sumne 
del andgites, forCsem hi ne meahton elles libban, gif hi nan 
^ot andgites n£f[/]en. Sume magon gesion, suroe [ihi^im] 
geheran, sume g^redan, sume [f ]estincan '. Ac ^' 
atjriendan neten[M j]int monnS gelicran, fortSsem [Ay] 5 
habbaS eall f tSa unstyriendan haJ^aS, 7 eac mare to ; ^ is 
f hi onhyriaS * monnQ ; lufiatS f hi lufiatS 7 hatiat! f hi hatiaS, 
7 fliotS f hi hatiaC 7 secaS f hi luGatS, Da men Sonne habbaS 
■ i)7bC eaU f wc aer ymbe* \_spractm, 7 tac to eacan />d micle gift 
^^'' ^^^ gticeadwisntMt. Englas Pm habhad gewiss andgil. Fer-vi 
miuiog. /fl"' J'*"' ^'W sceafia ' pus gesceapetu P da unsiyritttdan fa w 
ahebbm o/er pa styrtendan, ne him wi3 ne winnan, ne pa 
slyriendan o/er pa men, ne Pa mm o/er Pa englas, ne pa mglas 
wi3 God. Ac pal is earmlicfi se mas/a dal monna ne seed nu 
P p him for gif en is,p is gesceadwisness ; nepne seed* Pai him 'i 
e/er is, P is pal englas hahbad 7 tvise men ; p is gewis andgel. 
Ac mesi monna nu'' onhyred' nu nea/u on pa Pal hi willniad 
woruldlusla swa swa netenu. Ac gif we nu hirfdon anigru 
dal untwiogendes andgites swa swa englas habbai, pm mihte 
we ongilon P p andgel bid micle betere pon ure gesceadwisnes se*. »* 
Peak we fela smean ^^ we habbad Utellne gearowitan buloH 
tweon ; ac pa englum m's nan Iweo nanes Para pinga pe hi 
witon ; forpi is hiora gearowito swa micle betra pan ure 
gesceadwisnes se, swa ure gesceadwisnes " is belere pon j^lena '* 
andgit sie, oSdepas gewilles anig dalpe himforgifen is auPer 'i 
oJ/^e hronim neali od3e unkrorum". Ac uton nu habban ure 
moa up swa swa we yfemest mcegen wi3 ptzs hian hrofes pas 
hehslan andgites, p du nuege hradlicosl cumon 7 edelicost to 
pinrt agenre tydde Ponan pe du or come, par mag Pin 
mod J pin gesceadwisnes geseon^* openiicepp hit nuymb tweo8S> 
alces pinges, agper ge be pare godcundan /oresceawunge pe we 
nuoflymbspracon,ge be urumfrydome^^,ge swa 6e eallH piitgu. 

'' fiicai B. ' YoT gulincan B has ^ir loll, by spuce. ' jla om. B. 
' hyrigaS B. ' giscta/Ia J. ' stcia J. ' nu from J, om, B. 

' ITom J, enslj/raH U. " gaceadviisnts sie J. '* smeageit J, 

" vtn. gesceadjfisnesie B. " ntlan J, " — 

" em. geicten B, " frtedemi J. 



XLII] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 147 

5 vi *, Ba « Wisdom pa pis spell asted fue/de. Pa ongan he 
singan 7 pus caiaS/^ (Hvxst, pu mikt ongitanp manig wyhi 
is mistlice ferende geond^ eorPan, 7 sinl svjtSe ungelices hiwes, 
7 ungetice farad. Sume licgaf mid eallon lichoman on 
S eorPan, 7 m>a smuhende * fardSp him nauper tu fit ne fiteras 
ne fullumad ; 7 sume biB twiofete, sume fiewerfete, sume 
fleogende, 7 talk P<ah bio3 ofdutie healde vsi3 pare eordan, 
7 pider willnidS, o3de pas pe hi lyst <Me pas Pe hi bePurfon. 
Ac se mann ana gap uprihie ; fi taendS P he sceal ma Penean 
xo £p pon nydrr, pi Les p mod sie niodoror Pon Se lichoma.) Da 
se Wisdom tSa ' Sis leoS asungen hafde, Ca cwatS he : 

XLIIB. 

FotSy we scoldon ealle maegene ' spyrian aefter Gode, f 

we wissen hwset he waere. Deah hit ure maetS ne sie f we 

when hwylc ■ he sie, we sculon j^eah be )?ses andgites maetSe 

ij Jw he us gifB fandian'; swa swa we ser cwEcdon f mon 
scolde »lc jjing ongitan be his andgiles mseipe, fortSsem we 
ne magon selc ^ing ongitan swylc swylce hit biC JElc 
gesceaft tSeah sgSer ge gesceadwis ge ungesceadwis f 
sweotolaS f God ece is, foiSsm nasfre swa *manega * "8b C. 

30 gesceaf^a 7 swa micla 7 sw[a]^ fsegra hi ne undertSiodden 
lessan g[^]sceafle 7 Iffissan [i7n]walde Jionne (hi) ea[/i] 
sindon, ne furSum emnmiclum. Da cwasS ic : Hwset is 
ecnea i Da cwaeS he : pu me ahsast micles (7) earfoSes to 
ongitanne; gif ))u hit witan' wilt, Su scealt habban aer fines 

15 modes eagan c/aene 7 hlutor *. Ne maeg ic tSe nauht helan 
Caes Se ic wat. Wast ]>ii f free Sing sindon on )»is mid- 
dangearde ? An is hwilendlic, Saet haefS " sgSer ge fniman ge 
ende ; 7 (tir) nat Seah nanwuht Secs Se hwilendlic is, nauSer 
ne his fruman ne his ende, OSer tfing is ece, f hsefS 

'■ Boeth. T. mtt s. 'Qnsm uariis teints,' Ac. Cotl. Mete. lud. 

■ Boeth. T. pr. 6. ' Qaoniim igitnr,' Sec. 

' em. gr»a B. ' orlg. micendi, c erased, ni tnmed ialo m, and nh 
written ^.1. ' Ba om. B. ' eallen m<egne B. * iviyle om. B. 
' fimdigoH B, ' Conject. B hat swagra fot aoafagra. ' ongitan B. 
* khan B. " Paj «t for tat ha/S B. 




148 DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHISE [XUI 

fruman 7 naefV luenne ende ; 7 (ic) wat hwonne hit ongintS, 
7 wat f hit luefre ne geendaC ; f sint engks 7 monna saula. 
pridde Cing is ece btiton ende 7 buton anginne ; f is God. 
Betweoh ]ixm ^rim is swiSe micel toscead. Gif wit f call 
sculon tosmeagan ', [lonne cume wit late to ende ^isse bee, i 
olSSe nsefre. Ac an ])ing Su scealt nede )73eran* witan: 
forhwy God is gehaten sio hehste ecnes. Da cwsetS ic : 

*ii9aC. Hwyf Da cwsS he: *FortSon jjc' we witon swiSe Ijlel 
Caes )>e »r us waes buton be gemynde 7 be geasscum', 7 get 
hesse Jises Se seft us bitS. ^ an us is ' gewislice andweard w 
f ]>e ' )]onne biS; ac him is eall andweard, ge ^e ser wies, 
ge ^te nu is, ge ^e setter us hiS; eall ^^ is him andweard. 
Ne weiS ' his wela na, ne eac nEefre ne wanaS, Ne ofman 
he nsefre nane wuht, foitSffim he ' nserre nauht ne " forgeat Ne 
sect! he nanwuht, ne ne smeaS, forSEemJje he hit wat ealL ij 
Ne sect! he nanwuht, fofSy " he nanwuht ne forleas. Ne eht " 
he nanre wuhte, forSy hine nanwuht ne maeg flion; ne 
ondneC he him" nane wuht, forffisem he nait! naennc ricran 
ne furSum nxnne gelican. Simle he biS gifende, 7 ne 
wanatS his nsefre nauht. Symie he bit! selmihtig, forCsem he w 
symie wile good 7 nsefre nan yfeL Nis him nanes fiinges ned* 
))earf. Syle he biS lociende, ne slaepfi he nserre. Sple he KB 

• iigbC. gelice manjiwtere. Syle he bit! ece, 'for^aem nsefre sio lid 
nsea f he naere, ne n^fre ne wyrtt. Simle he iitS frcoh, 
ne bit! he to nanum weorce geneded. For his godcundUcnm 15 
anwalde he is aeghwser andweard. His nuceln»j'f ne mxg 
nan roan ametan ; nis f t!eah no licilUce ** to wenanne, 
ac gastlice, swa swa nu wisdom is 7 nbtwisnes, foTtSsm 
he f is self. Ac hwset ofermodie ge jjonne, oSSe hwy ahebbe 
ge eow wits swa heane anwald ? /brZxm ge ^' nauht ftiS jo 
hine don ne magon ; for^Em se eca 7 se almehtga syle sit 
on ))£ heahseile his anwaldes ; )»onan he msg eall gesion, 7 
gilt aeicQ (ie pam) switSe " rihtc aef t his gewyrhtQ, ForSae 

' tame(^an B. * httr itr B. 'ft am. B. * gtasctntgi B. 

• is om. B. ' UB. ' Ait B. ' From B, ueax9 C. 'team. B. 
" Air w R " /er/a B. " eft B, with t above line after/ 

" Aim om. B. " lichemlift B. " Si hi B. " switt om. B. 



XUI] DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE 149 

hit nis no unnet f we hopien to Go^, foi4S« he ne went ' 
no swa 3wa we do9. Ac biddatJ* hine eadmodlice, fotSsem 
he is swiSe riimod 7 nu?e mildheort. HebbaS cower mod 
to him mid eown] hondfl, 7 biddaS \xs fie riht sie 7 eower 
5 Jiearf 3ie, forSsem he eow nele wyrfnaw]. HatiaC yfel 
7 fleoS swa ge swiCost m[<z]gen ' ; lufia^S cneftas, 7 folgiaS 
)>£. Ge habbat! micle nedtSearfe ' f gc ayle wel Aon, 
forSsem ge syle beforan Jw eean 7 j)Km Klmihtgan ' Gode do8 
call f ^ ge doS; tall he kit [gesi'M, 7 tail Ae'] hit forgih. 
loFINIT". 



DRIHTEN almiktiga God, wyrhia 7 wtaldend ealra 
gescra/la, if iri/rf< Jie for pinre micelan mildheortntsst ' 7 _^»r 
/(Erf haltgan rode lacnt, 7 _/tr &-a Marian nuEgdhade, 7 
y^r 5« MichatUs gekyrsunesse, 7 /or «a/rfl pinra halgana 

15 /^n 7 heora earnungH, p pu me gewissige bel ponne tV 
awyrhle to Pe ; 7 gewissa me to pitUi willan 7 to minre ' sawU 
Pearft bel ponne ie sylf eunne ; 7 geslapela tnin mod to pinu 
wilian 7 to minre sawie Jtearfe ; 7 geslranga me wi3 pas 
decflti coslnungu ; 7 afyrra fri me pa fulan gatnysse 7 ake 

30 unrikiwitnyste ; 7 gescyUe me wi3 minS tviSerwinnii gese- 
ivenlidi 7 ungesewenlidi ; j tac me pinrn willan lo wyrcenne, 
p ic mtBgt pe iifweardlice lufian ioforon eallu pingum mid 
cltenii gePance 7 mid elanu lichaman ; forPon ' pe pu earl 
mm sctoppend, 7 min alesend, min fultu, min fro/er, min 

35 Irewnes, 7 min lohopa ; si pe lof 7 wylder nu y a a a lo 
worulde iulon asghwHeu ende. Amen\ 

* ThU pia^r 1* only in B. See Introdactioa. 
' well B. ' aiiddafi B. ' CoDJect. laagoit B. ' ^atf* B. 

• em. *lmihgatt C, tclauhiigan B. * Amen Fimil B, * em. miU- 
/UertruitanTi. ' em. mire B. * tm-fiPtn B. 

■BacaiaS hi: p. IJ7, 1. : 
c: f is let. Sa cimH 
: p. 80, 1. 14, read : Pat. 



THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF 
THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 



PROEM ' 



i>US Alfred us foldspell rtakit, 
eym'ng Weslsexna, craft meldode, 
UoSwyrhIa list, him was lust micel 
^al he Siossum Uodum Uo3 spelhde, 
motmum myrgen, mislice cwidas, 
py ItEs alinge ut adrift 
selfiicne stcg, potme he swelees lyt 
gymd for his gilpe. ic sceal giel_ sprecan, 
f6n on JiUe, felccuSne rad 
haUdum stcgcan ; hlisle se )>e wiile. 

METRA 
I«. 
Hil was geara iu dmtte Golan eastan 
of SciSSia sceldas laddon, 
}>riate gtPritngon J>todlond monig. 
setton su3weardes sigePeoda twa; 
Go/eiK rice gearmalum weox. 
hafdan him gecynde cyningas iwegen, 
Radgod 7 Aleric ; rice gtPungon. 
pa was ofer Muntgiop monig atyhftd 
Goia gyipes full, gu3e gdysted 
folcgewinnes. fana kwearfodt 
• Cf. p. 1. ' The pioem tad fiwt /our metni we from J. 




a THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF 

scir on sera/ie ; sctolend pohlon 
llalia ealU^ gtgofgoit, 
lindwigmde ; hi geiastan swua 
t/ne from Munlgiop oB pone nueran vxaroB 
Par Sicilia sastreamum in 
^lond micel tdel mtBrsaS. 
3a was Romana rice gaounnen, 
ahrocm burga cyst, beadurinann msi 
Horn gerymed. Jiadgol y Aleric 
/oron on dai f<Estat. fleah casere 
mid PaM aPelingum ul on Crecas. 
ne meakle Pa seo wealaf wige forsiandan 
Golan mid gude. giimonna geslrton 
sealdon unwillum epetuieardas, 
haligt adas ; uxes gehwaderei waa. 
piah was magorinca mod mid Crecum, 
gif hi Uodfruman Iwstan dorsien. 
slod prage on dam ; Peod was gnoutmen 
wintra manigo, oSPal Hyrrf gescraf 
p pt peodrice pegnas 7 eorlas 
heron sceoldan. was se hereUma 
Crisie gecnoden ; cyning stlfa 
on/eng /uUuhipeawum. fagnodon talk 
Homwara beam, 7 him recent to 
friSes wilnedon. he him /ask gehet 
p hy ealdrihia alces moslen 
wyrSe gewunigen on pare welegan byrig 
tenden God wuolde pat he Golena ' geweald 
agan mosle. he p call aleag ; 
was pam aPelingt Arriants 
gedivola ieo/re Ponne Drihtnes a. 
het lohannts godne papan 
heafdt beheawon ; nas Sal harlic dad. 

p se Gola fremede godra gehwilciim. . 

' cm. ealla J. * era. Codetta J. 



LSi] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 

3d was riera sum on Rome byrig 
ahefm kereioga, hh/orde hof, 
fiendm cyneilolt CTtacas wioldtm. 
p<Ei was rihtvns rinc ; •was mid Romwarum 
sinegto/a sella, ii33an ionge. 
he wees /or weorulde wis, wiQrdmywSa georn, 
beorn hoca gleaw. Boiliui 
St hmk hatle ; se pone hlisan gePah. 
was him on gemynde mala gekmiltt 
yfd 7 edvnt p him elSeodge 
kyningas cy3don. was on Creacas hold; 
gemunde Para ara j ealdrikia 
Pe his eldran mid him ahton Ionge, 
lufan 7 lissa. arigan Pa listum ymhe 
dtncean Pearfiice, hu he Sider meaUe 
Crecas oneerran, Pat « easeri eft 
amoald ofer hi <^an mosle. 
sende arendgewril ealdhlafordum 
degtlice, 7 hi for Drihine bad, 
taidum treowum, Sat hi a/l lo him 
comen on pa etastre, Ute Creca wiian 
radan Romwarum, rihtes wyrde 
lele pone kodscipt. Sa pa tare ongeai 
Seodric Amuling, j pone pegn oftrftng, 
heht fasllice falcgtsidas 
healdon Pone hererint. was him hreoh sefa, 
^e/rom Sam torle. he hint inne hehl 
on carcerne cluster belman. 
Pa was modstfa miclum gedrefed 
Boeiius. breac Ionge ar 
wleneea under wolenum ; he Py wyrs meahte 
polian pa Pragt, pa hio swa Pearl becom. 
was pa ormod eorl, are ne wende, 
ne on pam faslette frofre gemunde; 
ac he neowol aslreahl ntJer ofdune 
feot on pa ftore. fela worda sprac. 




4 THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF [L 8* 

forpoht dearie ; ne wende Jiiman tzfri 
cuman 0/ 3am (lammum. decode to Drihbu 
geomran tlemne, gyddode Put. 



Boetb. i. met. 1, ' Cimttna qni qnondAin itndio floroite pcRgi.' 

Hwal, ie lioSa fela bistlice geo 

sane on talum. nu tceal siofigatde, 

wope gewaged, wrecea giomor, 

singan sarcwidas. me />ios iicceiung Aa/a3 

agaled, ?ts geocsa, p ie pa gcd tu mag 
ge/igean swa f<egre. Peak ic fela gio Pa 

selte soScwida, ponne it on salum was. 

oft ic nu miscyrre cu3t sprace, 

J Peak uncuSre ar hwilum fond. 

me pas woruldsalSa welkwas blindne 

on 0is dimme hoi dysine forladdon, 

■^ me pa berypion rades 7 frofre 
for heora unlreowum, pe ic him afre betst 

truwian sceolde. hi me to toendon 

heora bacu bilere, 7 heora blisst from. 
forhwam wolie ge, weoruldfryni mine, 

secgan oS3e singan P ic gesaUic mon 

ware on weoruldef ne synt pa word soS, 

nu Pa gesalSa ne magon simle gewunigan. 

III". 
Boeth. i. met, t. ' Heu qoun praecipjtj meru profimdo.' 
/Eala, on hit grimmum 7 hu grundleasum 
scaSe suiinceS Pat sweorcende mod, 
penne hit Pa strongan stormas beataS 
weoruldhisgunga. ponne hit winnende 
his agen leoht anforlccteS, 
J mid uua forgit pone ecan gefean, 

* Cf. p. 8. "■ Cf. p. 9. - 




IV. »7] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

dringd on Pa diosiro Sisse worulde, 
sorgum gestuenced. stva is Jiissum nu 
mode gelumpm ; nu hit mare ne wot 
for Gode godes iulon gnomtmge 
fremdre worulde. him is frofrt Sear/. 

IV d. 
Boeth. J. met 5. 'O stelUfetl cottditot orbit.' 
j£aia, 9u td^fiend scirra hatgla, 
hefones 7 eordan; Su on htahsetk 
ecum riesasi, 7 3u mine hraSe 
hefan ymhhwearfest, 7 durh Sine hal^e mihl 
tunglu genedest p hi de to herad. 
swylce sto sunne swearira nihta 
tiostro adwtBsceS, purh Mne mtht, 
bhcum leohte, beorhte sleorran 
mono gemelgad; durh Zinra meahta sfied 
kwilum eac Pa sunnan sines bereafaS 
beorhlan leehles, Ponne hit gebyrigan mag 
Pal swa geneahsne nedt vjtor'dad. 
sTOtke Jiont maran morgensleorran 
pt we o9re naman a/enskorra 
nemnan hero?, du genedest pone 
fi he p<BTe sunnan si3 heaiitigt ; 
geara gekweke he gongan sceal, 
he/oran feran. kwtxt 3u, fwder, wercest 
sumurlange dagat swtte hate ; 
J>am winterdagum umndrum sctorta 
lida getxohhast. 3u p/cem treowum selest 
si0an 7 weslan, Pa cer se swearta storm 
nor'San 7 eastan benumen hafde 
lea/a gthwekes durh Pont la^ran wind. 
tala kwtBt, on eorSan talla gesceafta 
fyraB dinre base; do3 on heo/onum swa som, 
mode 7 mtegne, bulan men anum; 
'Cf.p.10. 




6 THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF 

se u>i3 ffinum willan uyrce$ of tost, 
wella, 3u eca J Jiu almiktiga 
ealra gesceafla iceppend 7 reccmd ; 
ara dinum tarmum lorSan tttdre, 
monna cynnt, Ihtrh tinra laekta sped, 
huii du ece God afri woldt 
P sio wyrd on gnuill wendan sctolde 
j/flum monnum ealles svia m)0e^ 
hio/ul oft dtred uttstyldcgum. 
sittt^ yfelt men giond eorSricu 
Oft heaiaeilum, halige priccad 
undir heora fotum. firum uncuS 
hwi siQ wyrd swa w5 wendan seeolde. 
swa sint gehydde her on worulde 
geond burga ftla heorhte crmftas. 
unrihtwise eallum tidum 
habbad <m hospe Sa pe him stndon 
rihits wuran, ricts wyr^ran. 
hi3 P lease lot lange hwilt 
taurigen mid wrencum, nu en worulde her 
monnum ne deriaS mdne adas. 
gif du nu, waldend, ne will wirde steoran, 
ae on selfwille sigan latest, 
ponne ic wal pie wile worvldmen tweogan 
geond /bldan sceal, buton fea one. 
eaia, min Dryhten, du pe ealle ofersihst 
worulde gesceafla, wlil nu on moncyn 
mildum eagum, nu hi on monegum her 
worulde ySum wynndB j swincdB, 
earmt eordwaran ; ara him nu da. 



Boeth. i. met 7. ■ Nnbibn* itri*.' 
*Sm meaht be Sxre sunnan sweotole gejwncean, 
7 be seghwelcum oSrutn steomui 
• Ct p. 14. 



}. 37] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 

^ra Jk sefter bur^m beortMt sdiu^; 
gif him wan fore woken hangaS, 
ne mtEgen hi swa \eohltu leoman ansendan 
ser se Jricca mist J)ynra weorSe. 
swa oft smylte sx suSeme wind, 
^ grxge glaahlutre, grimme gedrefetS, 
Jxjnne hie gemenga? micla' ysta, 
onhreraB hronmcre; hrioh biS Jronne 
seo ]m £r gladu onsiene w%s. 
swa oft iespringe ut aweallet! 
of clife harii col 7 hlutor, 
7 gereclice rihte fioweB; 
imet! wiC his eardes, 08 hi oninnan '[/eiS 
munlts magetufan, 7 him on\ niidda[B ^<%]etS, 
atrendlod * of Saem \ttirrt. ^ on] tu siSSan 
tosc'eaden wyrtf; scir biC gedrefed 
burna geblonden ; broc bitS onwendcd 
of his rihtryne, rySum toflowen. 
swa nu )» ])iostro }>inre Aeortan 
willaC minre leohtan lare wi?stondan, 
7 Bin nodge]x>nc micW ^drefan. 
ac gif Bu nn wilnast, f Su «el rosege, 
]>st soBe hoht juvotole oncnawan, 
leohte gel[^^n, >]u forljetan scealt 
idle ofersts/^n, unnytne gefenff. 
]>U scealt eac yfelne egc anforiie/an 
wonildearfoSa. ne most 8u wesan for Jwem 
ealles to ormod, ne 6u tSe sefre ne 1st 
wlenca f^ewaecan, J)e laes \n weorSe for him 
mid ^rmettQ eft genxnded, 
7 to upahafen for owxgum 
wonildgesEelSum. ne eft to waclice 
geortreowe seniges godes, 
f«nne ]« for wonilde wiSerweardra ' msesB 
Jringa ^reage, 7 J{«] Be selfum 
^ ndlaC * atrt^MC ' tia.itiieeroitardaC. 




158 THE OLD ENGf.tSH VERSION OF [V. jB 

swi^ost onsitte. forSsm simle biS 
se modsefa miclum g;ebunden 

mid gedrernesse, gif hine dreccean mot *o 

]>issa yfla hwseSer, innan swencan. 
forSsem Iga. twegen tregan teoC tosomne* 
\wi3 p mod /or]fxa mis[/«] dwolenia[«, 
fi Mt sto ect fu mai] innan geondscinan 
[tunne for Sam jw]eartuin mistum, aer SK[«n M gt^ 
swiSrad weortSen. 

VI f 
Boeth. U. mcl. 3. ' Cum polo Phoebas ro)cb qnaddgit.' 
Sa ae Wisdom eft wordhord ouleae, 
sang soScwidas, 7 Jnis sel/a (taa3: 
Sonne sio sunne sweololost Ji^ineS, 
hadrost 0/ hefone, hra3e biotS adistroA 
ealle ofir \cor)ian o3re sleorra\n ; j 

. fortSEem hiora \)\trhlu nt bi3~\ auhl 
to geseltane wiSS latere jwnnan leoht. 
Sonne smolte blsewS suSan 7 westan 
wind under wolcnum, ]3on[n< iwajtjatS' hraSe 
feldes blosima[»i, fagm jS] hi molon. :o 

ac se sCearca sto[r-m, Potme ji]e strong c)'mS 
norCan 7 eas[/a«, hi\ genimeS hratSe 
))Eere rosan wlite ; 7 eac ]» ruman ss 
norjwme yst [nfrff ^ «iiE]de8 ' 

^ hie strange geonAslyreA \on slaSul beateC* i; 

— eala f on toiSan auht [/ai/iices 
Wiorca on\ woruldt ne wuna3 a/rt. 
VII ». 
Boctb. li. met. 4. ' QuisqnU nolet perenneni.' 
[Sa ongon se Wisdom kt's gtwunari^ fylgan ; 
gliowordum gol, gjd a/7^ spelle. 
song so8cw[t'i/]a sumne }:a geta; 
' Cf. p. Ji. ■ Ct p. 16, ' tm. weaxte]. ' em, -dtdC. ' em. asl ]. 



1-371 THE l~AYS OF BOETHIUS 

cwsC J«et he ne herde f on heane munt 
monna ^snig meahie luettan 
[heaiU kroffyeStt. ne )^earf tac hmleZa nan 
wenan\ Jwes \weoreti p he wisdom mage 
WJ?] ofeniie[/Aj (r/rt gemengan. 
herd£s\ fiu aefifr; pu aniz "tqn 
on sondUyx^as seftan mta^t '''"^ . 

Jixsie healle/~\ ne mseg eac Ura nan 
wisdom limbran par 3ar zvoruldgHiung 
bforg'\ oferbrEcdeS. baru iond \wi}lad'\ 
ren forswel^n ; jw[fl] deC \ricTa nu\ 
gmadUas gitsung gilpef [7 ahla ; 
gcdriyiceZ to dryggum drtoslendne welan,] 
7 ))eah )J!es Jwarfan (w ii? [/»(rj/ ai-«]led. 
ne mseg hffilejsa gth[wcEm ius on] munte 
lange gel!esta[ff, /or^am] him lungre on 
swift [if/»rf swapeS.] ne biS send Jwn in[a 
icj? micelne ren] manna jEnguny, 
h[»(j'M hirdt ; ac hit ^rrajsan wile, 
Ji^fan [jwii/ (^/w rent, nva 6ia3 anra gehwas 
monna modsefan mtclum aw^ed^, 
of Mora sttde siyrede, ponne hi^ strong dreceS 
wind under wolcnum if^u/^fiijrroSa, 
of>J>e hi' eft se retSa ren onhrereS 
[jKJmes yinbhoga.n, ungemeCgemen. 
ac se Se ]>a ecan agan wille 
9[o3a»] gesEelCa, h[tf jf]eal switSc fl[»ii« 
Pisse worulde wlite ; ay]rce him \sidpan 
his modes hus, par he] mxge \_findan 
edSmetta stan unigme^' fffisl[«, 
. grundweal gearone ; se /o]glidan [ne Pear/, 
Peah hit wecge wind] wonild[Mr^/fl * 
dS3e ymbhogena (tr»w]ie [roi; 
forpam on Pare dene Drihten seifa 




O THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [Vn.j! 

fiara taimelta eard/asl wum'gaS, 

par se wisdom S wunaS on gemynJum^ 

foitlbn or^OTg )if [ealnig laJaJS ^ 

woruldmen wise bulon [wendinge ;'\ 

Jionne he call forsihS [eor^licu goo^ 

7 eac ]ara yfela or[jwA wunaS,'] 

hopaS to ^m ecnm [pe Para/ier\ cvmaSS, 

hine Jxmne \_aghwonan irARtJhtig God ' . 45 

singallice [simU geheaUeSI 

onwunigeildne his \agemim 

modes gestslpfim, Jnirh mef/oafej gi/e, 

Peah hine k] wind, \woruldiarfo3a 

sv}t$e swence, 7 hine singalt jo 

gemen gmU, pomte him *grimmt on 

looruldsalpa wind wratft UawtS^ 

^ah J)e \him ealneg se ymbhi^a ^yssa\ 

woruldsselSa wraBe [rf]recce. 

VIII h. 
Boeth. il. met. 5. 'Felix nlminm prior oetw.' 
'Sana swa se Wisdom Pas word hafde 
swelole areahte, he Ja sitSJian ongan 
singan [j]oScwidas 7 "pas selfa cwjeC: 
hwat, [«'o] fonne eld foldbuendum 
geond [eor3yn sceat asghwam dohte, j 

Jxi Jja anra gehwxm on eortSwsestmum 
genoh Ipuhye; nis hit nu Sa swelc 
DEeron ]?a [fw]nd weorulde welige hamas, 
ne mis[/j«] mettas nc drincas, 
ne hi fara [Ar«]gla huni ne gemdon 10 

J>e nu driht[^ni]an diorost laetatS; 
forSsem hiora [wtwijig naes Ja gieta, 
ne hi ne gesawon [junjdbuende, 
ne ymbutan hi awer ne [^]erdon. 
hw£t, hi _;fr«»lusta frece ne wteron, i; 

•■ Cf. p. 33. ' em. geed C. 



VI1L491 THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 

buton swa hi meahton gemetf/i^cost 
8a gecynd began Jk him Crist [^jesceop ; 
7 hi »ne on daege aston syja[le] 
oo Kfentid eor))an waestmas, 
[aw]des 7 wyrta; nalles win drancOD 
scir {of] Bleape. rw\/] )« !{n]alca nan 
])e mete [o]SSe drin[c] miengan cuSe, 
wseler wiS [^«]nigc, ne h[«]ora wada Jwn ma 
sioloce siowian ' ; ne hi siarocrjeftum 
godweb giredon, ne hi gimreced 
setto[« searoU'ee,'] ac hi simle him 
eallu \tiiium\ ule slepon 
under beamscead[ir. druncyan buraan wster, 
calde yie^Ian '. ntmigY ctpa nt itah 
o/er Mrgeblond ellendr» wearod, 
nt huru ymbe sci^hergas stctilcas ne herdon, 
ne furSum fira nan ymb %tfeohl sprecan. 
naea Seoa torde hesmiten awer Ja geta 
beornes blode, J>e hi ni billrude 
ne /urSwm wundoK wer weortddbutnde 
gesawan under lunnan. nani'g si3San una 
weord on vxorulde, gtf mon his willan ongtal 
y/dne mid tldum ; he wees aghwtxm la3. 
tola JMer hit wurde, (tS3e wolde God, 
)>£t on eot^oH nu ussa lida 
gtond Jjas widan tveoruld waren agkwas 
swelct under stmnan, ac hit is sanire nu 
p Seof gi/tunc hafaS gumma gehoelces 
mod amerred, p he maran ne rrcS, 
ac kit en wttte weallendt bymS. 
efne sio gilsung Pe namne grund hafaS 
swearle sw(Ffe3 sumes onlice 
efne pam munle Pe nu monna beam 
Eine hataS ; st on iglonde 

■ jihbat C. * So J, C apparcDtly tus nry/-. Folio iia 1* 

ilksible, the wordi being blaned. 




3 THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF [Vm jo 

Sicilia Twefie byme3 ; jo 

pai mm helU fyr haU& wide,* 
rorj^xm hit sTinle [^]iV sinbjmenA, 
7 ymbutan {hfx. o^ra stowa 
blate forbxmtS biteran lege. 

eala, hwaet st forma fcohgitsere 5; 

wsre on v[iT]rulde, se ]}as wongstedas 
grof »(ier goldc 7 lefter gimcynnQ ? 
^(7/, he frecnu gestreon tuade msnegum 
beurrigen on uwnild^, vxettrt o33e tor}>an. 

IX I. 

Boeth. ii. met. 6. ' NonJmiu qnuitas dederit minas.' 

*\Hwat^, W€ ealh witon hwtUe arUsU 

ge ntah gt feor Neron worhlt, 

Romwara cyning, fia his rice was 

hthst under heo/onum, lo hryrt montgum. 

walhreowis gewed wees /ill wide euS, 5 

unrihthamed, arleasta ftla, 

man 7 mordor^ misdada worn, 

unrihtwfses {inwidponcas. 

hf\ het him Xa ^iment [geara yijrjbieman 

Ro[mfl»a burig ; sio his'\ rices wjes 10 

ealles edelsiel. he for unsnyttmm 

woldi fandian gif f fyr meahte 

lixan swa leohle, 7 swa longe lac 

read rasettan, swee he Rormtm 

secgan geherde f on sumc [Ude 15 

Troia] burg ofcrtogen hsefde 

lega /whtost, lengest bume 

hnma under heronum. nKS J>3et herlie dad 

f hine swelces gamenes gilpan lyste, 

\>a he ne earnade elles wuhte lo 

' Cf. p. 39. ' Top of folio J7« goDc. 



. 53] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS l6 

buton f he wolde ofer [wJcrCiode 

his anes hum amvaid [cy/an. 

eac Art] gesaelde «/ sumum cierre 

^t se ilea hel ealle acwellan 

*\J>a ' ricosian Romana witan i 

J Pa aPtUslatt eorlgehyrdum 

Pe fu on p<Em fohe ge/rigtn ha/dt, 

and^ onuppan agtne broker 

7 Am modor mid meca ecgum, 

biUum ofheaian. he his hryde ofslog j 

ulf mid swtorde, 7 fit symle was 

mieU Pe bliSra on breostco/an 

ponne he jwjyirw] morSres ' mEest [gefremtde. 

«t7/]les sorgode hw3e[^ff- siSPan a 

m^htig Drihten amttan wolde 3 

wrece be ^(wyrhtum wohfremmendum, 

ac he on ferSe fegn facnes 7 seaniwa 

waelriow * wunode. wiold emiu sviAPeah 

ealles }nsses maeran middan^ardes, 

swa swa lyfl 7 /agu land ym&lyppaS, 4. 

garsecg embegyrt gumena rice, 

secggea' sitlu, suC east 7 west 

oV Sa norSmestan n^essan on eorSan ; 

eall f Nerone nede [<i?]5e I[»(f/i«B, 

Aeirf'ojrinca gehw[»'A', Acnm sceolde. ^ 

he'] hxfde Aim [/o' gamine, Ponne he on gylp aslag, 

hu he eordcyningas yrmde 7 ciDilmde. 

wemi 3u p se anwald e<^e ne meah/e* 

Godes almihiiges pone gelpscaSan 

rice beradan, 7 bereafian 51 

his anwaldes turh Pa ecan meahl, 

oi33e him his y/eles eiies] ges/ioran /* 

eala gif he wolde, Sat he wel meahte, 



■HP 



( THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [! 

fial unriht htm edSe forbicxlaji. 

eawla p se hlaford hefig gicx: sicpte 

swore on pa swyran sinra tSegma, 

ealra Sara hseleCa Pe on his tidum 

geond Poi Isnan uwrold liban ^lotoldon. 

he on unscyldgum eorla j/ode 

his sweord s^lede swiSe geloim. 

Ssr was BwiSe sweotol, ysx we jtedon oft, 

ysx se anwald ne deC awiht godes, 

gif se wel nete ^ his geweald hafaS. 

XI. 
Boeth, ii. met. 7. ' Qutcuniqne loLun mente praedpiti.' 
\Gif nu haUSa Aaw«]e hlisa[« ^j/is, 
umiytnt gelp agan icille, 
f>onn[e iV A)'w iw/rff awri&m] biddan 
\p he hint t^hwonon'j uUn ywl[6epohie, 
sweo/eie _ymd'^we 3uS [?at/ 7 west 
hu widgil jjint wolcnum \^mhtlan 
heofonts hwealfe.\ higesnotrum 
mseg \ea3e Sincan PI Jwos eor& tat 
eaU \Jbr Sal o3cr Bn^]met ' lytel, 
/«iA [Aw unwisum wid^e\ Jiince, 
on stede [s/ronglic, j/w]rleasum men. 
}>e[dA miE^ /o>k] wisan ow gewi/loean 
\^Pa:re gi/sun^ge: gelpes scamian, 
Son[nf] hine yxs hlisan heardost lysteS, 
[7 A<] ))eah ne mag J>one tobredan 
ofer Sas nearowan, naenige tSnga, 
eorSan sceatas; is SkC unnet gelp. 
eala, ofermodan, hwi eow a \ysle 
mid eowrum swiran selfra willum 
)xet swEere gioc symie underlutan ? 
hwy gc ymb tSeet \mnet ealnig t 
1 Cf. p. 46. 



fSl THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 

f ge ))one hiisan habban liliad 
ofer Cioda ma }>ontu eow Jiearf [«>] ? 
fieah eow nu gessele f eow suS [o^if nor? 
/a] ylmestan eortSbu[Mi/(' 
on monig Ziodisc\ miclum herien, 
\dtah kwa tsifek sie] eorlgebyrdu," 
[welum'] geweorS[(n/', 7 on wltncum dio 
rf«]guSum d[(b«, dea3 Pas ne scriJeZ, 
Jjonne [A/m rum foriat rodo^^. walcl[n»rf / 
Of A« /(m< wthgan Kws]dluin ^ «/jrt 
[f/nrnarnt gede3, ff/]ces J)inges. 
\_hwier sint nu J>as wisan] Welandes \ban 
pas goldsmiSts, pi\ wees [^to maroslf\ 
forJ>y ic cwmd pas wisan Welandes ban, 
fordy (Engum ne mag eor$buendra 
se craft lostan pe him CrisI onlanS. 
ne mag mm a/re Py e? anne wraccan 
his cra/les beniman, Pe man mtcerran mag 
sunnan onswi/an, 7 Sisne swi/lan rodor 
of his rihiryne rinca anig. 
kwa wat nu pas wisan Welandes ban, 
on hwelcum hi^ hlaewa hrusan peccen? 
hwser is nu se rica Romana wita 
7 se aroda, ])e vc ymh sprecad. 
Mora heretoga, se gthalen wcEs 
mid pam burgwarum, Brums nemned f 
kwar is eac st wisa 7 se 'vtat^eorna 
7 te faslrada Meet hyrdt, 
se was udwila atces pinges 
cene 7 cra/lig, pom was Calon nama ? 
[hi waron gefyrn forSge~\'«\.te'at, 
[no/ nanig mon hwar hi nu] sindon. 
\^hwal is hiora here btUon^ se htisa an? 
se is «c to lytel svielera lariowa, 

J. ' Grein'» em. in J. 




6 THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [X. 56 

fordeem J>a magorincas marati wyr^ 
wtBTon on wonilde. ac hit is v^u nu 
Pai geond ])as eor])an trgftwxr sindon 
hiora gelican hwon ymb sprsece, 

sume openlice, ealle forgitcne, 60 

^ hi se hlisa hiwcuCe ne mxg 
foremrzr« weras forS gebrengan. 
)>ea^ %e nu wenen 7 wilnigen 
^ ge lange lid libban moten, 

hwaet iow qfre J>y bet bio oStSe fiince? 65 

forSaem^f nane /orlil, }>eab hit lang dime, 
deaS after dogorrime, ]x)nne ht haib DrihtneB leafe. 
hwset )x>nne habbe hsle^ia £enig 
guma £t ^ixm ^i'(^, gif hine gegiipan mot 
[k «<j] deatS sefter fjissum '\wQruldt?'\ 70 

XI k. 
Boeth. ii. met. 8. ' Qood mnndus •Ubili fide.' 

\^An sceppend is in/Jan aelcii tweonj 
[« i"j eac ifMjldend wonildge[j«a/'/ii] 
heofones 7 eorSan [7 AfiiA]s2e 
7 cah-a Sara Jje tSEer[j« wumaS, 

KJngesEewenlicTa, 7 eac swa \^same i 

dara] 5e we eagum on lociaS, 
[ealra gtscea/^2.. se is ffilmihlig; 
)we[ffi] oleccflS ealle gesceafte 
}>e ]3KS ambehtes awuht cunnon, 

ge eac swa same ))a tSas auht nylon 10 

f [Ai'/tfj ^itjodnes J>eowas sindon. 
se \us gesclle'] side 7 )>eawas, 
eallum [gescea/lum wnajwendendre ' 
^ingailice sibie geeyn^dt, 

Ja ya.* [^ wolde p P he wolde; 15 

mm lange swa he wolde p hit wesan sceolde, 
* Cf. p. 4S. ' em. -viendettdne C, 



:.50] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 167 

suia kit eac to worulde iceal wunian'^ ford ; 
/er/>am a/re ne magon pa «»w/]ill[a«] 
wonildgesceafta weor8[(7n ges/ilde,'] 
■ of Ssm ryne onwend, 5e \_him rodera^ weard 10 

ende[by]rdes eallamJ^Meto.] 
hsfS sc alwealda ealle \_gesceafla 
gehai\ mid bis bridle; bafaS butu gedon, 
ealle [^^»w]node, 7 eac getogen, 

p hi ne moten ofer metodcs est ij 

sefre gestillan, ne efl eallunga 
swiSor ttirian, Sonne him' sigora weard 
his gevjeaitilt/ier wille onlKtan '. 
be ha/aS Jt bridle butu befangen 
htofon 7 rtirjjan, 7 call kolma begong. 30 

«tMj hmf3 fijheaffiajrod hefonrices weard 
mid his anwealde ealle gescea&a, 
^ hiora seghwilc wi5 oCer winS, 
7 /^itA wiJonende wre}iia& fxste, 

ogAwiU o3er ulan ymbcIyppeS, 35 

)>y las hi /fuwifen. forSsm hi symle seulon 
J)one ilcan ryne e/i gccymn 
()e set frymSe faeder gefiaAe, 
J swa edniwe eft gewiorSan ; 

swa hit nu fagaS, frean ealdgewiorc, 40 

^te winnende wiSerweard %tsceafi 
fade sibbe forS anhealdaS. 
twa nufyr 7 wseter, folde 7 lagustream, 
mtmigu* oSni gesceaft* \efitnwi3e him • 

giond pas widan* worulde'\ winnaS betweox him, 45 
7 swa }>ea^ magon hiora )«gnunga 
7 geferscipe fasste gehealdan, 
flif hit m ^17/ an / swa eaCe mseg 
wt'Strweard geKeaSt wesan a^tgxdere 
symbtl geferan, ac hit is sellicre 50 



3 THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF pEL 

f hiora senig ne msg butan o}>nim bion. 
ac sceal vmhia gehwilc witServeardes \ivxnAwigu 
habban under ho/onvm, f his higt 
dune gemetgian ser fiil to micel weortJe. 
hxi^ se ^Imihtiga taUum gesceartwn 
^iz/ gewrixle geset pt nu wunian iceal, 
wyrla growan, Uaf grmian, 
f on hEcrfcsl eft hr«/ 7 wealuwaS. 
winter bringeS ztiedet imgemet cald, 
swifte windas. sumor a/ltr cymeC, 
wearm gewid^ru. [fnvat, /a] wonnan niht 
mona [onliht^, od^ixi monnum daeg 
sunne brmged giond }>as sidan gesceafC. 
hafd se ilea God eortSan 7 waetere 
fliearce gesette ; merestream ne dear 
ofer eorSan sceat €ard gebradan 
fisca cynne butan frean leafe ; 
ne hio sefrc tu mot eorSan Jiyrscwold 
up ^ersteppan, ne Sa ebban )>on ma 
foldes 'mearei o/er/aran melon. 
'pa gesetncs%^ sigora weaMend, 
lifcs leohtfruma, laet pendm he wile, 
geond fias mEran [gescea// meay-ct healden. 
ac )»nne [te tea 7] st almifiiiga 
\>2l gevealdleSeru wile onlcelan, 
erne })ara hudla pe he gebml/e mid 
his agen weorc eall at frymde, 
f is wiSerweardnes wuhte gehwekre 
Pe we mid Jiaem bridle iecnan tiiia3: 
gif se Sioden \ml Pa loslupan, 
sona hi forlastaS lufan 7 sibbe, 
Ses geferscipes freondnedwiwe ; 
lila]} anra gehwilc agnes loHlan; 
woruldgesceafta winnaS betweox him, 
oS)>st 3ios eorSe eall /jArocorScS, 
7 eac swa same o6ra gesceafta 



[. i6] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 

[tveor^p^ him selfe sitSCan to aa,uh/e. 
ac se ilea God, se f eall metgat, 
se gthh^ fela folca tosomw, 
7 mid freondseipe fseste gegi//ra^; 
gesamnaS' sinscipas, sibbe gemengeS, 
clxnlice lufe. swa se crrsflga eac 
^ferscipas feste gesamnaB, 
J> hi hiora freondseipe forS on 8ym[if/] 
untweofealde treowa gehealdatJ, 
[j]ibbe samrade. eala, sigora God, 
wsere ]ns moneyn miclum gesselig* 
\gif hiora modse/a meahtt tueorSan 
t/]atSolffest gereaht Jmrh )« strongan meaht, 
7 geendebyrd swa swa oSra sinl 
vOTxA&gescea/ta, ware hit la }>onne 
murge mid monimm gif hit meahtt swa. 

XIII. 
Boeth. lii. met. I. ' Qui Kiece iagaiDnm nolet agniiii.' 
St }>e willt viyrcan lotrs/mhxre lond, 
atio of Sam cecere serest sona 
fearn and ^rnas 7 fyrsas swa same, 
wiod )» ]>e wfllaC welhwser derian 
cl3e[ftw»i Awa^e, \j lies he citJa [leas 
liege on ^izm] lande. is leoda gehw[izm 
Sios o3ru\ bysen efnbeA^; 
p is Petite \dynced'\ )>egna gehwelcum 
htmiges [bibri'yA healfe J>y swetre 
gif [he hwene~] asr huniges teare 
bitres onbyrgeS. \ySS eac swa same 
monna asghwilc micle^yTEegenra 
li^es uv^res, gif hine lytic sr 
slormas [^.-jstondaS 7 se stearca wind, 
RorCan 7 eastan. nsenegum |>uht 
[rf]a^ on Jionce gif sio dimme ni[&] 

' era. gtiamniaS C. * Cf. p. ji. 




I70 THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF ptn. i; 

ar \o/t\T eldum cgesan ne brobte. 

swa ^ncS anra gehwsm eorCbucndra 

sio BotSe gesaeIC symle Ce betere* 

7 )jy wynsumre ' [Jie ht wila ma, jo 

heardra fe]ntSa, her adreogeS. 

Jiu meaht [cfl]c mycle \iy eS on modsefan 

io3a gesaelSa sweotolor gecnawan, 

7 /o heora cjtSSe bc[n(»iaB ji^^or,] 

gif Jni [w^ fl/yjist! Eer[M/' sona, j; 

7 Ju auyrtwalasi of gewitiocan 

Uasa gesalSa, swa TWa bmdet ctorl 

of his aetre lycd y/f^ weod mooig. 

siftSan ic Se secge f ]»i sweotole meaht 

7 J)u aefre ne recst seniges binges 

ofer Jia ane, gif ]>m hi M^ilfj ongilsll] 
XIII m. 
Boetb. iii. met. i. ' QouiUs renim flecUt habcDU.' 

[If wilte'] mid giddum get gecySan 

I Ah Ji! iz/Jmihtga ealra gesceafia 

[iryr?] mid his bridlum, begS Sider he w[(7*] 

mid his anwalde, ge endebyrd 

[u;]undorlice wel gemelgaS. j 

hafaS swa geheaSorad heofona wealdend, 

uwn befangen eaUa gesceaf/a, 

geneped mid bis racentan, \p'\ hi aredian ne magon 

f h[( hi sfre\ him of aslepen. 

7 )>eah [itwA/u ^?]hwilc wrigaS \loheali lo 

r/t/m gescco/ta\ 'swiffie arJielded 

wiS JjEBS [^^fvwrfcj /« him '] cyning [o^Ai], 

fseder x[l frymSc, /asU'] getiode. 

swa nu })in[^ gehwilc ^/i/w]weard fmidaS, 
" Cf. p. n. 
' J Jy wyniumre written in ■ modem hand, appareDtl; lh«( of 
Janiiu, at bottom of folio 40a. ' From -ctl Koyfe- (1. J8) put 

gone, reit illegible is C. ' em. Ai J. 



U.49] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 171 

sidra \jgeseta/la, buton] sumum englum 15 

7 mot^cynnt ; para] micles 10 feola, 
tiQ^oldwuniendra,] winS wiS gecynde. 
^ah \nu on londe kon] gemete 
wynsume w[iA/ wel a/enude,^ 

hire magister miclum [lujige, la 

7 caf] ondnede dogora gch[vjelce, 
gif hit\ Kfre gesalS f hio {ceaiges 
Modes] onbyrgeS, ne Scarf \Uoma nan] 
wenan [were wyrde [p hio wel sidSan] 
hire taman healde ; \ac ic tiohMe 15 

P] hio tSas niwan taman nau[A/ w ^^Jiicgge, 
ac Sone wildan gt^unan wille] ge^encan 
hire eldrena ; c{nginS «r]neste 
racentan slitan, lyn, [^r^ffl^/jigan, 
7 serest abit hire agenes 3q 

kusts hirde, 7 hraSe siSSan 
haBleffi[a] gehwilcne Jie hio gehentan nkF^. 
nele hio forlselan libbendes wuh[/, 
njeau ne monna ; nimS call f hio fint. 
swa doS wudufuglas; )Kah hi wel sien 35 

[/e]la atemede, gif hi on treowum [iworJiaS 
holt[«J tomiddes, hrseSe bioS _^r j«t«ne 
heora lareowas ]>e hi lange a:r 

tydon 7 lemedon, hi on treowum* [wilde ' 

taldgecynde a for3 si33an ' 40 

willum wuttiaS, Jieah him] wolde hwi[/f 
^]eora \_lareoTiia lislum] beodan 
}K>ne ilcan [mele pe he hi] srOT mid 
tame gete[ofe. him pa iwigu] JiincaS 
emne swa me[rge P hi pas metes] ne recS; 45 

tSincS' him [/o ^tm viynsu]m f him se weald on[aty?/ 
Poit/u hi] ge he rats hleoSrum [in^dan 
o3re] fugeias, hi heora ag[«e 
sle/ne j/vJriaS ; s/unaS eal geado[»' 
' fliAff C. 




) THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF tXIH. 50 

wtlwinsum j]anc ; wudu eallum ai\\cv>y3. ;o 

swa hi9 ey&am tr«owum ]>e [him <m i^ile] biS 

f hit on holte hy[Aj/ gtweaxe ; 

/]eah )ni hwilcne boh [b^e w0 (]i>f}3an, 

he bits upweardes [swa 3u an\forh^lai 

widu on willan ; \wml on gt^yndt. .15 

noa de6 eac sio '^sunne,'] Jxmne hio on sige weorSeC 

oFer midne daeg; tnerecondel 

SCyfS on ^dsele, uncuSnc weg 

nihtes ^eneSeS, wrS eft 7 east ; 

eldum oteweS, hnncS eortSwarum 60 

morgen merelorhtne ; hio ofer moncyn stihS 

^ upweardes, o5 hio eft cymetS 

])»r hire yfemesS biS card gecynde. 

swa swa selc gesceaf/ ealle [^ma-gtne^ 

geond Cas widan woruld vit^gaS 7] higaS 6j 

ealle mEgene, eft symle on\lyl 

wiB his gecyndes, cymd lo Sonne hit tnag. 

m's nu ofir torZan anegu gesceaf t 

pe ne wHnie P hio wolde cuman 

lo pam earde fee hio of becom ; ;o 

fi is orsorgnes 7 ecu\ rest ' ; 

^ is openlice \_almihli God. 

«)>] nu ofer eorSan Ene[^»( geseeafl 

fee"] ne hwearfige swa [swa hweol dtd 

on\ hire selfre, forf^ow hio swa hwearf<^~\ 75 

f hio eft cume [fear hio aror was ; 

/o»]ne hio serest sie u[/<i« behuxrfed, 

feon^t hio ealles wyrS [titan htcerred ;'\ 

hio sceal eft don ^ hio [or dyde, 

J Mf] wesan ^ hio seror wes. So 

' Above rut CRn be made out n- vieorBda g in C. 



THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 



XIV ■>. 
Uocth. ili. met. 3. 'Qnunmi flneote diuei ami gnrgile.' 

'ffvixt bits ^ )«em welegan woniId[^('/«]re • 

on his mode Se bet, [/"oi] he micel age "" 

goldes 7 gimma [7 gooda gt~\ hwjes, 

sehta unrim, [7 him man erigen *c]yle 

xghwelce dseg \_acera Susend, 5 

3tah'] )>« middangeard [7 /w manna cyn 

sy u]nder sunnan [su^ west 7 east 

hisl anwalde eall v,a[der3iedtdi 

ne mo/] he Jiara hyrsU [iionam ladan 

of] Sisse worulde [wui/e Jwn wajre lo 

hordgestreona [Sonne he kitfey brohte. 

XV o. 
Boelh. iu. net. 4. ' QDamols m tyiio mpcrbui <n(io.' 

'fleah hine [nu se y/ela «tfW(X/]wisa • 

Nero[« cymncg niwan ^^]scerpte S 

wUtegum \wadum, ztiumfjorlice 
golde geglefjyrfje [7 gimcynn^m., 
J>eah he wks on woni[/rff WiV^Jna gehwelcum 5 

on his lirdag[ani /<z^] 7 unweorS, 
(ierenfull. hwjet, 4^t fe<md'\ swaSeah 
his diorlingas dugu[^«m] stepte ; 
ne maeg ic J>eah ffAvfjgan huy\ him on hige Jjorfte 
a Sy [j<z/ iticj'an ;] }ieah hi sume hwile 10 

gecure \{mtan\ crjeftum eyninga dysegast, 
[narm] hy ]>y weortSran witena EeDegu[ffl. 
Seah] hine se dysega do to cynin[^<!, 
hu] mxg f gesceadwis scealc get^ccan 
P] he him tSy selra sie oSSe ^inceJ 15 

• Cf. p. 60. ° Cf. p. 64. 

' HB above line in C. 




THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [XVI, i 



Boeth. lil. met. j. ' Qni le nolet esie potentem.' 

St J)e wille anwald agon, Sonne scea[/] he aercst tilian 
f he his [ic/]fes on sefan age 
anwald [(]nnan, Jjy Iks he asfre ae 
his un))eaw[«)B] eall undertSyded; 
ado of his mode mi[j/i']cra fela .; 

]ara ymbhogona )« him [ujnnet sie ; 
Iste sume hwile siofun[^a] 
nffd' erraSa ]nnra. )>eah him eall sie 
))es middangeard swa swa merestreamas 
utan belicgaS on seht giTen, lo 

efne swa wid[«] swa swa westmest nu 
an '[iglond lig3 ut on garsecg, 
par nangtt biS «»'A]t on sumera 
ne wuhte Jwn ma o[» a«']ntra daeg 
toteled tidum, p is Tile ha[/w] : i.; 

)Kah nu anra hwa ealles wealde 
(wes \igla\n6ts, 7 eac ))onan 
oS Indeas eastewe[arrf]e, 
^eah he nu f eall agan mote, 

hwy [b'SI his anwald auhte Sy mara 10 

gif he siSSan nah his selfes geweald 
ingetSances, 7 hine eomeste 
wel nc bewarenaS wordum 7 dsdum 
wi8 Sa un)>eawas |)e we ymb sprecaC? 

XVII q. 
Boeth. iii. met. 6. ' Omne homionm genus in terns." 
Sast' eorSwaran ealle \i[eE/den^ 
foldbuende, fruma[» geb'cne ;"] 
hi of anum twaem ea[//* eo>nonl\ 

r Cf- p. 67- " Cf. p. 69. 

' Conject. 7 J. ■ J's conject., -^T C, with Iwge ipace for Initial. 



III. 6] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

Mcrc 7 wife, on wonild [m«aw,] 
y hi eac nu get ealle gelice 
[on warul^ cumaC, wlance 7 heane. 
[«M P nan wunJ]oT, forSasm witan eal[& 
^ an God i>] eaira gesceafla, 
fre[a moncynnes, /ade^r 7 scippend. 
sc Sjere [stinnan leohi' stleS of heo/onum, 
mOTtan 7 pys mcerum sieorrum. se gesctopmtn on ear 
7 gesamnade sawle to lice 
al frwnan aresl, /ok under wolcnum 
emnadeU gtsceop, agkwilcne rnon. 
hwy ge /lonne a/re o/er o3re men 
ofermodigen butcn andweorce, 
nu ge uniEffe/]ne naenigne ' \meta3f 
hwy ge eow/or] Ee)jelum up [ahei6en nu ? 
On )>am m]ode bitS mon[na gehwikum 
pa r(]hlJef)elo jje \ic 3e recce ymb, 
naks c]n Ssem Rx[sce /oldduendra. 
at] nu Kghwilc [mon pe mid ^JaJle biS 
his unj)ea[jw(m mu/eJrtTieded, 
he forlset seresl [A/cr _/ra]msceaft 
7 his agene se]?e[/o svoa jjelfe, 
7 eac fjone fseder )« [A(>w a/] framan gesceop. 
forSse [Ai« an]E()elatS xlmihtig God, 
f be [unoje^iele a forS Jianan 
wyrtS [on Kvcrwjlde, to wuldre ne cymS. 

XVlIIr. 
Boelh, iii. met 7. ■ Habet omnu hoc noloptu.' 
[iVi/a] 8»t se yfla unrihta ge[rff?J 
wraSa willa wohhsemetes, 
f \hi\ mid ealle gedrxfS anra ge[Aw>']lces 
monna cytines mod \/ulneah ^]on. 
hwset, sio wilde beo, )Kah [un!r nV,] 
anunga sceal eall forweo[r]^n 

' Cf. p. 71. * em. anigne C. 




5 THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [XVItt; 

gif hio yrringa awuht ahJ^eS i\ 

swa seed sawla gehwilc siSSan lo[niM] 

gif se lichoma forlegen weor()[«? 

unjrihthxmede, bute him ier cKm\e\ lo 

hreow '[o heortan, \_ar he Aionan wende.'] 

XIX'. 

Bocth. iU. met. 8. ' Ehen, quae miserca Dunite denios.' 

f ala, f is hcfig dysig, hygeC [_ym]be se Ke wile, 
7 f[r«]cenlic fira gehwilcum, 
f Sa carman men mid\ ealle ged[iu2]Ie& 
of Caem \ri?itan wtge' recene aladed. 
kaxxSer ge willen on wuda\ secan j 

gold SjBt reade [on] grenii triowu[ffl]? 
Ic wat swaCeah ^ hit [K»/l(]na nan 
Jiider [ne stce3,'\ forffiEm \hU /]Kr ne weiB, 
ne [on ««]ngeardum \wlilige'] gimmas. 
hwy \ge] nu ne settan [w» su\mt dune lo 

fisc[«f/] eowru, ^nne eo[H;] fon lysteS 
leas [od]tSe cyperan? me gellcost ClncS 
^e ealle witen eorCbuende 
^ncolmode Sset hi )7sr ne sint. 
h[uxc]]}er ge nu willen W3e)jan mid hundu[m] 15 

on sealtne sje, Sonne cow secan lyst 
heoroias [7] hinda? )>u gehicgan meaht 
f ge wiU[(t]S Sa on wuda secan 
oftor micl[f /ojnne ut on s3e. 

is Sxt wundorlic, f we w[f:f]an ealle, 10 

f mon secan sceal be sswaroSe 
7 be eaofrum £e(>ele gimmas 
hwite 7 reade 7 hiwa gehwaes. 
hwet, hi eac witon hwaer hi eafiscas 
secan J)urfa[», 7] swylcra fela jj 

weoruldwelena ; hi f wel [isW,] 
■ Ct p. 73. 



X. 10] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

georafulle men, geara gehwilc[. 
ac\ Sset is earmlicost eaira ):>ing[ii 
P pa] dysegan sint on gedwolan vot&\eru 
e/ne swlp. blinde f hi on breostum n[e magon 
ead{\ gecnawan hw£er ^ ec[an good, 
so3a gtsaP^a^ sindon gehydda; 
\forl><Mm hi mfri ne lyst\ jefter spyri[an, 

p(Bt hi on* Sis I<xnan magen life findan 

st^a gesaiSa, p is\ selfa God. 

\ic nat] hu ic inECge inCTiige Singa 

ealles swa switSe on sefan minum 

hiora dysig fte/an] swa hit me don lysteC ; 

ne ic ]>[e swaj sweotole [grsecjgan nc maeg, 

fo[r/(rB)] hig' slnt earm[rj«] 7 eac dysegran 

ungesieligran, [/onjne ic );e secgan tnaege. 

hi wilntEi^ [uvjlan 7 £ehta 

7 weorSscipes to gewinnanne; 

})onne hi habbatS f hiora A^« seceS, 

wenaS /•onne swa gewjtiease 

Sfet hi \y& soCan gesselSa hsebben. 

XX'. 

Foetli. iii. met. 9. ' O qui petpetua maDdnm ratione gabem 

£'a)a, min Drihlen, f pu eart x\m.ih[/ig, 
wjicel, modilic, mffirj^um gefrse[^f,] 
7 wundorlic witena gehwylcum. 
[Aiwe/, Su] ece God ealra gesceafta 
wun[doriiee w]e\ gesceope 
ungesewenlica, [7 eac twa j'Jaine 
gesewenlicra softe wealdesl, 
scirra gescearia, mid gesceadwisum 
magne 7 crjefte. Jiu J^ysne middangear[rfj 
from fniman merest forS oS ende 

' Cf. p. 79. ' em, it/ C. 




178 THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [XX. 1 

lidum toUeldes, swa hit getBeso9[/] waes, 
endebyrdes, f hi seghwsSer 
ge ser faraC ge eft cumaS. 
)m )>e unatilta* agna %\escea/ia 

to Sittum willan wislice\ astyrest, 1 

7 )je self wun»st swiSe stille 
unanwendendJic a fortS simle. 
nis nan mihtigra ne nan mserra, 
ne geond ealle ])a gesceaft efnlica ^In, 
ne ^ senig ned^rf nses sefre giet : 

ealra [lara weorca Jw J>u geworht hafast; 
ac mid (rinum willan ^u hit worhCes eall, 
7 mid anwalde )7inum agenum 
weomlde geworhtest 7 wuhta gehwaet, 
{leab Se nsenegu nedSearf wsere ; 

eallra Jjara mserfia. is CebI micel gecynd 
))ineB goodes, fiencS ymb se tSe wile, 
forSon hit is eall an selces jjincges, 
))u 7 f Sin good, hit is )>in agen, 
forSa^m hit nis^ utan, ne com auht to 'Se. ■■ 

ac ic geome wat $ Sin goodnes is 
selmihtig good, eall mid Se selfum. 
hit is ungelic unim gecynde; 
us is utan cymen eall j^a we habbafi 
gooda on gnindQ from Code selfimi. ; 

nefst t'u to asnegQ andan genumenne, 
forSam(>e nan ^ing nis ^in gelica, 
ne huru aenig aelcrasftigre ; 
forSsem f)u eal good ancs gejieahte 
fines gejjohlest, 7 hi Jia worhtest. ^ 

nses seror Se* senegu gesceafi 
jie auht oWSe nauht auSer worhte. 
ac Su butan bysne, brego moncynnes, 
selmihtig ' God, eall geworhtest 
Jring |>earle good ; eart J)e* [^selfa ^ 

' em. hii C. ' em. awarUt C. ' al ttlmi/Uig C^ 



. 8i] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS i-Ji 

pal fuhste good, kuxxt 3u, halig] feder, 

sfier {liniim willan wonild gesceope, 

Sisne middangeard meahlu )>inu, 

weorada Drihien, swa ))u woldcst self, 

7 mid Sinum willan wealdest eailes ; £< 

forSsem "pa, soSa God, selfa dselest 

gooda iGghwilc. forSsem )7u gears eer 

ealla gesceafia ffirest gesceope 

switSe geJice, sumes hwsetSre Jieah 

ungeltce ; nemdeet eall swatSeah s 

mid ane noman, ealle logsedre 

wonild under wolcnum. hwst )7u, wuldres God, 

^ne anne naman eft todseldes, 

faeder, on feower; waes }>ara folde an 

7 wKier otSer worulde dseles, 

7 ijT is ]>ridde, 7 feowertSc lyft; 

^si is eall weoruld th logxdere. 

habbaS t^eah );a feower fmmstol hiora, 

sghwilc hiora agenne stede, 

)>eah anra hwi/r wi€ o%er sie 6 

miclum gemenged, 7 mid mKgne eac 

fasder aelmihtiges fseste gebunden 

gesiblice sofie togsedre 

mid bebode })ine, bilewit faeder, 

fie heora aenig oSres ne dorste ; 

tnearce ofergangan for metodes ege. 

ac ge|3weorod sint Segnas togaedre, 

cyninges cepan, cele wiS hseto, 

wEct wiS. drygum ; winn[a3] hwEtSre, 

wffiter 7 eorSe wsstmas brengaS, 7 

)]a sint on gecynde cealda batwa, 

wseter wset 7 ceald. wangas ymbelicgaS, 

eorSe ael*greno, eac \m\aSre ceald. 

ly/l it gtmtnged, for^xm hio on middum wunaS ; 

nis f nan wundor $ hio sie wearm 7 ceald, a 

wffit wolcoes tier [ivmjde geblonden, 



I l8o THE OLD ESGLISH VERSION OF LXJM 

I fotiSxm hio is on midle, [nt/»]e geFnege. ^| 

I fyres 7 eorjaan. fel[a] mon[nrf] wat ^| 

L ^e yremest is eallra gesceaAa ^H 

I f}T oCer eorSan, folde neoSeinest. ^H 

I is f wundorlic, weroda Drihien, ^M 

I f tSn mid gejwahte J>inmn uyrcest H 

I I^Kt 811 [J'lFm ^ffrr-Jaftum swa gesceadlice I 

I mearce [^<r«/jiesi, 7 hi ne mengdest eac. I 

hwtei, l-u ^Km vreitere ^3eiu[« 7 ^^a]ldum M 

I foldan to florc pEeste gesettesi, ^^| 

I ror'i^xm hit unstille ceghwider wolde ^H 

I wide toscr.San wac 7 hnesce. ^H 

I ne meabte liit on him Eelfum, soS ic geare watg^H 

I xfre gestandan ; ac liit sio eorSe hylt ^| 

I 7 swe'gt? eac be sumum daele, ^| 

I f hio BitS|)an nixg for Sxm sype weorSan ^| 

I geleht lyftum. rorSsem leaf 7 g^ers ^H 

I brfed gcond Breiene, bloweS 7 groweS ^H 

I eldum 10 are. eorSe sio cealde fli 

I hreng'JS «a;sima Tela wundorlicra ', 

I forSaim hio mid | rem waelere woorSeS' gej>awened. 

gif^ n£erc, j^onne hio wsere 
I fordrugod to dusle, 7 lodrifen siSSan 

I wide mid winde, swa nu weorCeS* oft loj 

[ axe giond eortSati eali loblawen. ' 

ne menhte on ?EBre eorSan [aiwjuht libban, ^H 

•f.6bC. ne wuhte f/Jon ma [7((u]elre[j 'irvcan, ^| 

nn tjardian cenige eiaefie ^H 

1 for cele anum, gif l^u, cyning engla, ■ ^^| 

wit5 fyre hureihwugu foldan 7 lagustream "^M 

ne' mengdest* /ogsedre, 7 gemetgodest ^^| 

I cetc 7 hscio crier[/<'] \>ine, ^^^^^^H 

I f f fyr ne m^eg foldan 7 me[rc]streaili ,^^^^^H 

I blaie forbscrnan, ^eah hit wiS balwa sie ^^^^^^H 

I [/frjste gefeged, feeder caldgeweorc. ^^^^^H 

I ' vnini/orli'a C. ' em. veeriaS C. ' ne cnnject. om, C. ' m^JMlllH 



XX. i5o] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 

ne frincC me f w-undur wubte |>e laesse 
f tfios eorSe mseg 7 egorstream, 
swa ceald [^ifjsceari, cra^fta nane 
ealles arfwsBscan f f him oninnan sticaS 
fyres, gefeged mid frean cT[a/ie.] 
\>xi is agen craeft eagoretreames', 
wastres 7 eor])an 7 on wolcnum eac, 
7 efne swa same uppe ofer rodere. 
fx>i3ne is Jiaes fyres framslol on rihl 
card ofer eallum otSrum gesceaflum 
gesewenlicum geond Jiisne sJdan grund ; 
Jieah hit wiS ealla sie eft gemenged 
weonildgesceafia, )ieah valdan ne mot 
f hit aenigf^]' eallunga fordo 
buion pxs leafe \>e us \>\s lif tiode, 
^ is se eca 7 se xltnihtga. 
eorSe is hefigre otSrum gesceaftum, 
t>icre gejjruen', fortSsem* hio J>rage stod 
ealra gesceafta under niSemxst, 
buton {)sem rodere, \>e fias ruman gesceaft 
:eghwylce dsge u/aa ymbh[wy3'"fe5, 
7 }>eah }«ere eor))[a«]* sefre ne o?!rin[^J, 
lu hire on nanre lu] mot near ))onne on oSre 
stowe gest<?ppan; striceS ymbutan 
[u/an]e 7 reoSan^, efenneah gehwaefier. 
[agAwi^lc gesceaft fie we yrab sprecaS 
[A(s/^ At]s agenne card onsundran, 
[6i3 ptah K«']S Jwem oSrii eac gemenged ; 
ne mffig [hira (wijig butan oSrum bion. 
I^eah hi [un]sweotole somod eardien, 
swa nu eorSe 7 waster, eatfoStacne 
unwisra gehwjem, wuniaS on fyre, 
^ah hi Bindan' sweolole |>X[n wisum. 
is f fyr swa same fast on JtEcm vraetre 
' em. tamrt 




3 THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF [XX. iji 

7 on stanum eac stille geheded 
earfot^awe, is hwaeSre }jsr. 
hafaC fffider engla fyr gebimden 
efnc to \ion Tseste f hit fiolan ne maeg 
eft set his etSle, Jwer f oSer fyr it; 

fip ofer call ^a eardfsest wimaS. 
sona hit forlstetS }>as Isenan gesceaft 
mid cele ofercumen, gif hit on cySSe gewit ; 
- 7 )jeah wuhta gehwilc wilnatS Jsiderweard 
Jjser his mffigSe biS miest aeigaedre. i6o 

%n gestaSoladest Jiurh )>a strongan meaht, 
veroda wuldorcyning, wundorlice 
eorSan swa fsste ^ hio dn aenige 
healfe ne heldeS; ne iii:eg hio hider ne ))ider 
sigan fjc swiSor l^e hio symle dyde. 165 

hwKt, hi )3eah eortSlices auht ne haldetS,' 
[is Peak e/neSi up 7 o/dune 
to /ealf^a.nat: folrfon Cisse, 
^ffim anlicost )>e on cege b[(? 

^Joleca onmiddan, glidetS hwaSre 170 

seg [jimbui]an ; swa stent call weonild 
siiUe on til[/r;, slream]a& ymbutan, 
la^floda gel[a<:, ly/te] 7 tungla, 
7 sio scire scell scrSSeS \^ymbul]an 
dogora gehwilce; dyde lange swa. 1;; 

[AititB/] )iu, Sioda God, Sriefalde on us 
sawie gesettest, 7 hi sij^an eac 
slyrest 7 stihtest Jiurh Ba strongan meaht, 
f hire {ly Isesse on Ssem lytlan ne biC 
anutn fingre f>e hire on eallum bitS iSo 

^tem lichoman. forSsem ic lytic ler 
sweotole siede ^ sio sau\ ' wsere 
)>riefald gesceaft Jjegna gehwilces, 
forfsm uSwitan ealle seggaS 

Ssette an gecynd jelcre faule 185 

' savil J, bat lliere ii no tign of w In C. 



:. 2»o] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 183 

irsung sie, oSer wilnung; 
is sio ))ridde gecynd )«em twaem betere, 
sio gesceadwisnes. nis Sset scandlic cneft, 
forSEem hit nsnig hafaS neat buion monnum. 
hefts }>a oSra twa unrim wuhla; 19a 

hxfS ^a wilnunga welhwilc neten, 
7 )>a yrsunga eac swa selfe; 
fortSy men habbEcC gcond mjddangeard 
eorSgesceafta ealla oferjjungen, 

forSsmSe hi habbaS, ^ees Se hi nabbaS, 195 

Jjone Eenne crEeft J)e we er nemdon. 
sio gesceadwisnes* seeal on ge\hwelcum ' 

pcere wilnunge waldan] semle, 
7 irsunge eac swa selfe; 

hio sceal mid gej^eahte ^gnes mode, 100 

mid andgite, ealtes waldan. 
bio is f raseste msegen monnes aaule, 
7 se selesta sun[a'<>r]crKfta. 
hwEt, j)u Sa saule, sigora [laa/dend,] 
]3eoda (irymcyning, ))us gesceop[^] 105 

f [Ai"o] hwearfode on hire selfre 
hire uian ytah, swa swa eai deS 
rineswifte rodor, recene^ ymbscriSeS 
dogora gehwilce Driblnes meahtum 
^isne Riiddangeard. swa deS monnes Saul, no 

hweole geli[f]ost; hwserfetS ymbe by selfe, 
oft smeagcnde ymb Sas eortSlican 
drihtnes gesceafta dagum 7 nihtum ; 
hwilum hi selfe secende smeaS, 
bwilum eft smeaC ymb jrone ecan God, 115 

sceppend hire. scriSende faerS 
• hweole gelicost, hwaerfS ymb hi selfe. 
)}0nne hio ymb hire sceppend mid gescead smeaS, 
hio biS upah^fen* ofer hi selfe; 

ac hio biS callunga an hire selfre no 

' rtcSe C. ' Faint mirk aver llie u rnembliDg accent. 



l84 THE OLD ENCUSH VERSION OF [XX. a 

^nne hio ymb hi selfe secende snieaS; 

bio bits BwiSe fior hire selfre beneoSan, 

^nnc hio jpses laenan lufaC 7 wundraS 

eorSlicu {)ing ofer ecne raed. 

hwaet }>u, ece God, card forgeafe -. 

sauIQ on heoronum, selest weortfiica 

^nrssta gifa, God selmihtig, 

be geeamimga anra gehwelcre.* 

[talle hi icinaS Surk fia sciran neahl] 

hadre on heofonum, na hwseSre |>eah 

e\alle] efenbeorhte, hwtet, we oft gesioS 

bad nun nihtum fte heofonsteorran 

ealle efenbeorhte asfre ne acinaC. 

[^ituE/] ^u, ece God, eac gemengest 

\_pa\ heofoncundan hider wiB eorSan, 

saula wi8 hce; siSSan wuniaC 

)jis eorSlice 7 ji ece samod, 

saul in fljBsce. hwjet, hi simle to Se 

hion fundiaS, forSEcm hi hider of Se 

£ror comon; sculon eft to Se. 

sceal se \\chama last weardigan 

eft on eorSan, forSKm he ser of hire 

weox on weorulde. wunedon jetsomne 

efen swa lange swa him lyfed w»> 

from ^m xlmihtigan ^e hi aeror gio 

gesomnade; f is BotS cining, 

se ^as foldan gesceop, 7 hi gefylde ^ 

switSe mislicum, mine gefraege, 

neata cynnuni, nergend user. 

he hi siSSan asiow sxda monegum 

wuda 7 wyrta weorulde sceatum. 

forgif nu, ece God, unim modum 

Jiaet hi moten to )je, meiod alwuhla, 

))urg l^as earfoSu up astigan, 

7 of j)isum bysegum, bilewit feeder, 

)>eoda waldend, to )>e cuman. 



XXI. s] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS if 

7 )>onne mid openutn eagum moten 

modes ures Surh Sinra" megna [sped 

awelm gtsion tallra gooda, 

f\ ^u cart selfa, sigedrihten God, i 

ge Jja eagan hal ures modes, 

$ we hi on Se selfum siSSan moten 

afsestnian, feeder engla. 

todrif (jone ficcan [miV/] Jw )»rage nu 

wi6 Sa eagan foran usses modes 3 

hangode hwyle he% 7 (>ystre, 

onliht nu ^ eagan usses modes 

mid )>inum leohte, lifes waldend ; 

forSasm )7U eart sio birhtu, bilewit fseder, 

soSes leohtes, 7 Jiu seifa eart 2 

sio feste rasst, faeder aslmihtig, 

eallra sofifEestra. hwaet, ^u softe gedest 

\ hi Ce selfne gesion moten, 

tSu eart eallra ^inga, ))eoda waldend, 

fruma 7 ende. hwast Jju, fieder engla, i 

eall Jiing birest eSelice 

buton geswince, })u eart jelfa weg 

7 lalleow eac lifgendra gehwaes, 

7 sio wlitige sivw }>e se weg to ligB, 

)>e ealle to a fundiaS a 

men of moldan on ^a mseran gesceaf/. 

XXI". 
Boeth. iii. met. lo. ' Hue omnei pariter neniCe upti.' 

'[Welia, monna biarn geond »M(/]dangeard, 
friora seghwilc fundie 10 
)>aem ecum gode Jie wt ymb sprecaS, 
7 to JJEem gesselSum pe we aecga8 ymb. 
se tie /onne nu sic nearwe gehefted 
■ Cf. p. 89. 
' At Ihe bottom of folio 68b are some wordt do longer legible 
a very small modem handwriting, appaientlj hj J. 




5 THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF [XXI. 6 

mid )>is5es mteran middangeardes 
unnyttre lufe, sece him eft hrseCe 
fulne friodom, f he for? rtwne 
to )>3ein ges^elSum saula rxdes. 
for^m f is sio an rest eallra geswinca, lo 

hyhtlicu hyS (Scaw/n ceolum 
modes ussea, meresmylta luie. 
f is sio an hyS \>t Eefre bitS 
sefiV/- /am ySum «r<z geswinca, 

>'j'/a geiweUK, ealnig smylte. if 

$ is sio rriSstm^ 7 sio frofor an 
eallra ynninga xCt ]nssam 
weoruldgeswincutn. p is loynsum stow 
seft }>yssum jirmSum to aganne. 

ac ic geome wat f/e gylden maSm, jo 

sylofren sincslan, searogmraa. nan, 
middangeardes wela modes eagan 
sefre ne onlyhiatS, auh/ ne ^fbetaS 
hiora scearpnesse to />are ji:«awunga 
soCra gesjelSa; ac hi swiSor get 1? 

tnonna gehwelces modes eagan 

ablendaS on breostum, ^n[ff« hi hi ^M'Jhtran ged[on. I 
fortSsem sg\kwilc Sing 'pe on pys andwtardan 
life licaS lanu\ sindon, 

eorSlicu }jmg a fleondu. ^a 

ac f is wundorlic wlite 7 beorhtnes 
()e wuhta gehwses wlite geberhteS, 
7 aeft \^va ealluni wealdeS. 
nele se waldend tSset forweorSan scylen 
saula K9se, ac lie hi setfa wile s? 

leoman unlihCan, lifes wealdenij. 
gif ]>onne hseleSa hwilc hlutrum eagum 
modes sines mieg ffifre ofsion 
hiofones leohtes hlutre hcorhto, 

)x)nne wile he secgan f Seere sunnan sie 40 

beorhtnes }>io5tro beorna gchwylcum 



XII. ig] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 187 

to metanne wiS f micle leoht 

Codes sebTifliiiges ; f is gasta gehwEem 

ece bu[an ettdt, eoAegum saulum. 

XXII'. 
Boclh. iii. met. 1 1. ■ Qniiqnii profunda m«nte nettigit uemm.' 

"St Pt after rihte mid gerect wille • From J, 

two foli. 



a/Ursfyrian t"0 T*^"'. 

, , , ., miBsing in 

iwa deophct pat hit toart/an ne mag q after 

monna anig, ne amerran hurv Tio- 

anig eorSh'e Sincg, he CErest setal 5 

stcan on him sel/um P ht iume hwile 

ymbutan hine ceror sohte. 

sece pat si?3an on his se/an innan, 

y forlate an nva he of tost mage 

alcne'' ymbhogan 3y him unnel sie, 10 

7 gesamnige swa he swiSost mage 

ealle to Pam anum his ingeSonc ; 

geserge his mode ' p hit mag findan 

eall on him innan P hit oftosi nu 

ymbutan hit ealneg tece9, ic, 

gooda aghwylc. he ongit si3San 

yfel 7 unati eal p he ha/de 

en his incofan aror lange, 

tfne swa sweoiole swa he on pa sunnan mag 

eagum andweardum on locian ; jo 

J he* eac ongit his ingePonc 

leohtre 7 berhire ponne se leoma sie 

sunnan on sumira, ponne swegles gim, 

hador heo/ontungol, hlutrost seined. 

fordam pas lichoman leahiras 7 hefignts 15 

7 Pa unptawas eallunga ne magon 

of mode ation monna anegum 

rihfwisnesse. deah nu rinca hwam 

pas lichoman kahtras 7 hefignes 

' Cf. p. 94. ' em, alert J. ' em. mod J. ' em. *( J. 



8 THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [XXIl. 30 

7 uajtawas ofl fysigm 30 

mottna modst/an mast 7 noi3osl 
mid pare yjlan o/orgiololnesse, 

mid gedwoimislc dreorigtie se/an 
fortihS mod for an monna gehwelees 
P hil svm beorhle at mot blican 7 scinan 3; 

suia kit wolde gif hit gnveald ahte, 
Ptah bi3 sum corn smdrs gehealden 
^mU on pare sauU sodfastnesse, 
pendeH gaderiang wunad gast on lice. 
3<FS sades corn bi3 symie aweaht 40 

mid ascunga, eac siSBan 
mid goodre tare, gif hit growan sceal. 
hi mag anig man andsware findan 
dinga anigts, pegen mid gesceade, 

peak hint rinca hwilc rihlwislice 45 

after /rigne, gif he awuht nafaS 
on his modsefan mycles ne lytles 
rihtujisnesse ^ ne geradscipesf 
nis Peak anig man pie ealles szoa 

pas geradscipis swa bereafod sie 50 

P he andsware anige ne cunne 
findan on ferkSe, gif he frugnen bi8. 
forSam hil is riht sptll p us reaktt gio 
aid uSvnta, ure Platen ; 

he evaad pie aghwilc ungemyndig 55 

rihtwisnesse hine hraSe sceolde 
eft gewendan into sinum 
modes gemynde ; he mag si33an 
on his Tuncofan rihtmisnesse 

findan on ferhie fcBste gehydde 60 

mid gedra/nesse dogora gehwilce 
modes sines mast 7 swi3ost, 
7 mid hefinesse his lichoman, 
7 mid pam bisgum Pe on brtoslum siyre9 
mon on mode mala gehwylce. 6j 

' em. rihtwisnesses J. 



THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 



fioeth. iij. met 1 1. ' Felix qui potuit boDJ.' 

5ie* SSaet la on eortSan xlces tHnges 

^Kjelig mon, gif he gesion rnxge 

)>one hlutrestan heorantorhtan stream, 

Eejjelne Eewelm sices goodes, 

7 of him selfum Sone sweartan mist, 5 

modes Juiosiro, mxg aweoqian. 

wfit] sculon Seah gita mid Codes \Jyhlt 

taldu]m 7 leasum Sinne ingefKinc 

be[/iiM ij']spellum, f tSu Se bet rnxge 

ar[«i/t]an to rodonim rihte stige lo 

on Sone ecan card ussa saula. 

XXIV X. 
Boelh. iv. met. 1. ' Smit elenim pranae aolocres mibi' 
/c h^ebbe fifni fugle swiftran, 
mid Saem ic fleogan mseg feor fra eorSan 
ofer he?ne hrof heofones ))isses; 
ac tSier ic nu moste mod gefeSran, 
Sinne ferSlocan, fetSrum minum, j 

otSffiset Su meahte )jisne middan[^]eard, 
aelc eorSlic 6ing, eallu[n^fl _/ii]rsion. 
meahtes ofer rodorum gereclice 
feSerii lacan', feor up ofer 

wolcnu windan ; wlitan siSSan la 

ufati ofer ealle. meabies eac faran 
ofer J'sem fyre tSe fela geara for 
lange fetweos lyfle 7 rodere, 
swa' him jet frymSe fjeder getiode, 
Su meahtest Se siSt^an mid $are sunnan * 15 ' 

" Cf p. 101. ■ Cf. p. 105. 

' «nlaccm C, bnl the an prefixed (o lacan seems in i different hand- 
writing and ink. ' So J, bat to C looks more like mia, thongh &int. 




J THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [XXIV. i6 

faran betweox otSnim tungtum ; 
tneahtest Ce full recen on Casm rodere ufan 
siSSan weorSan, 7 %iinc samtenges 
Eet Siem slcealdan anum steorran, 
se }fmest is eallra tungla; >o 

Bone Satumus sundbuende 
hataS under heofonum; he is se cealda 
eallisig tungl, yremesc wandraS 
ofer eallum ufan otSrQ steornim. 

siCSan Su Sonne Sone up a hafast ij 

forC oferrarenne, Su meaht feorsian ; 
Sonne bist 5u siSSan aona ofer uppan^ 
rodere ryneswiftum. gif 8u on riht forest, 
)>e ^one hchstan heofon behindan IstsC; 
Sonne meaht Su siSSa soSes leohtes 30 

habban }nnne dsel, Sonan an cyning* 
nime ricsaS ofer roderum up, 
7 under swa same, eallra gesceafia, 
weorulde waldeS; ^ is wis cyning; 
^ is se tSe waldeS gio[nrf] wertSoda 35 

ealra oSra eorSan cyninga; 
« mid his bridle jinbebaeted [Ay]RS 
ymbhwyrft ealne eorSan 7 beofcnes. 
be his gewa/dle^i wel gemetgaS ; 
se stiareS a Surg Sa strongan meaht 40 

Sasm hraAMBne heofones 7 eorSan; 
se [an] dema is gesixSfoig, 
unawendendlic, [wii/ig] 7 mart. 
gtf^n wyrjt* on wege rih/unt 

•up to Sam earde, J is aeSele stow, ^i 

Seah Su hi nu geta forgiten hfebbe : 
gif Su Eefre eft {ijeran cymesi, 
Sonne wilt )ni recgan 7 sona cweSan: 
Sis is eallunga min agen cyS, 

' SpfoH C. * cyitiS C. ■ ConJKl, wj^tt J. 



V. i«l THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

eard 7 e)>el; ic webs ser hionan 

cumen 7 acenned Surh tfisses crsftgan meaht ; 

nylle ic sefre hionan ut witan, 

ac ic sjTiile her sofce wille 

mid fffider willan fseste stondan. 

gif Ce Sonne sefre eft geweortSeB 

f tSu wilt otSSe most weorolde Siostro 

ef[ fandian, 8u meaht eaSe gesion 

unrihiwise eorSan cyningas 

7 J>a ofennodan otSre rican 

?Se |jis werige folc wyrst tuciaS, 

f hi symle biotS swiSe eanne, 

unmehtige selces Singes, 

emne Sa ilcan [>e {lis eanne folc 

sume hwile nu swiSost ondraedseS. 

XXV T. 
Boetb. tv. met. a. ' Quos uides sedere ceUoi.' 

Gelier nu an spell be tSsem orermodum 
unrihtwisum eort^n c3'ningum 
Sa her nu manegum 7 mislicum 
Wiedum wlitebeorhlum wundnim scinaS 
on heahsetlum [hro/e] getenge, 
golde gegerede 7 gimcynnum, 
utan ymbestandne mid unrime 
Segna 7 eorla. J)a biotS gehyrste 
mid herege[a]twum hildetorhtum, 
sweordum 7 felel[w]m switSe geglengde,* 
7 (jegniaS tSrymme micle 
seic o\>\um, 7 hi ealle hiiii 
Sonan mid ^y )>rymme ^ireatiaS gehwJder 
ymbsittenda otSra Seoda; 
7 se hlaford ne rmfS, tSe Saem here waldeS, 
freonde ne feonde, feore ne sehtum; 
» Cf. p. III. 




2 THE OLD ENGUSH yERSION OF [X 

ac he ri^lSigmod riest on gehwilcne, 

wedehunde v/ui/a ^^licost ; 

biS to up ahxfeti inne on mode 

for tSsem anwalde ]ie him anra gehwilc 

his tirwina to fuhemaS. 

gif mon Sonne nolde him awindan of 

flies cynegerelan cla$a gehwilcne, 

7 him Sonne oftion tSflru fSegnunga 

7 jiEGs anwaldes \>e he her hxfde, 

Sonne mcahl Su gesion f he biS swiSe gelic 

sumum Sara gumena Jie him geomost nfi 

mid Segnungii SringaS ymbeutan ; 

gif he wjrsa ne biS, ne wenc ic his no. bete 

weas geberede f him wurde odogen 

|>rymmes 7 nxda 7 |)egnunga 

7 Sfes anwaldes j>e we ymbe sprecaS, 

gif him Bsnig ))ara ofhende wyrS, 

ic wat Ji him JiynccS f he ]Jonne sie 

becropen on carcern. oSSe coShce 

racentan gerasped. ic gereccan mseg 

$ of ungemete selces Singes, 

wisle' 7 \MEda, wingedrinces, 

7 of swetmettum, swiffiost weaxaS 

Yxre wrsennesse wodSrag micel ; 

sio swiffie gedrseitS sefan ingehygd 

monna gehwelces ; ))onan massl cymeS 

yfia ofermelia, unnella saca. 

|)onne hi gebtilgene' weorJ^aS, him wyrS onbreostfiiii 
bcswungen sefa on hreSre ' mid Ssero swiSan welme 46 
halhegrtnesse, 7 hraSe' siSSan 
uniotnesse eac gerKped ', 
hearde gehsfted. him siSSan onginS 
sO lohopa swiSe leogan 
f>ae3 gewinnes wrrece; wilnaS f irre 
tm. gebcgtnt C ' em, lirafreC 'tm.hrtStC 





Vr. 10] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

anes 7 oSres; him ^ eall gehst 

his recelesi, rihtes nc sciifeS. 

ic Se siede ser on Cisse selfan bee 

f sumes goodes sidra gesceafla 

anlepra seic a wilnode 

for his agenum ealdgecynde. 

unrihtwise eorSan cyningas 

ne magon sefre jjurhtion awuht goodes 

for Saem yfle Jie ic Se ser ssede. 

nis Seet nan wundor, forSaem hi willatS hi 

|)»m unSeawa Jie ic tSe ser nemde 

anra gehwelcil a underSeodan. 

sceal Sonne nede nearwe gebugan 

to Sara hlaforda h^efledome ', 

}>e he hine eallunga ser under|]iodde. 

Sset is wyrse grt, f he winnan nyle* 

wiS Ssem anwalde senige stunde. 

^3£r he wolde S winnan onginnan, 

7 l^onne on S^m gewinne f)urhwunian forS, 

)>onne nsefde be nane scylde, 

Seah he oferwunnen weorSan sceolde. 

XXVI ". 



/c Jie mEBg eaSe ealdum 7 leasii 
spellil reccan' sprsece gelice 
efne Cisse ilcan J>e wit ymb sprecaS. 
hit gesxide gio on sume tide 
^xi Aulixes under heefde 
fae casere cynericu twa; 
he wses pracia ^loda aldor 
7 Retie rices hirde. 
wses his freadrihtnes folccuS nama 
Agamemnon, se ealies weold 
■Cr.p. 115. ' em. tafiedanu C. '71 



|, THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF 

Creca rices. cutS webs wide 

f [on] pa. tide Troia' gewin 

wearS under wolcnu[m. /o]r wiges heard 

Creca drihlen canipsted secan ; 

AulJxes mid an hund scipa 

Isedde oPer lagustream ; sset longe ffsr 

lyn winler full, tfa' sio lid gelomp 

f hi fSset rice gerasht hiefdon; 

diore geceple drihten Creca 

Troia burg /dfl gesi))S. 

5a Ca ■■ Aulixes Ie[ii]fe hsefde,' 

Dracia cining. f he |.ionan moste, 

he let him behindan hjrnde ciolas 

nigon 7 hundnigontig ; neenigne |?onan 

merehengesta ma fionne renne 

ferede on fifelstream, ramigbor[rf(j]n, 

SriereCre ceol; f hilS Sfcl maeste 

[fjreciscra scipa. pn wearS ceald weder, 

slearc storma gelac; slunede sio bnine 

yS wiS oSre, ut fcor adraf 

on WendetsiE wigendra scola 

up on f igland )i3;r Apolines 

dohior wunode dKgrimes worn. 

was se Apollinua leSeles cynnes, 

lobes eafora; se wses gio cyning. 

se licelte litlum 7 miclum 

gumena gehwylcQ f he god' wrere, 

hehst 7 halgost. swa se hiaford pa 

f dysige fole on gedwolan Isedde, 

oSSfet him gelyfde leoJa unrim, 1 

forffa;m he v.-ms mid rihte rices hirde 

hiora cynecynnes ". cut? is wid[f] 

f on t5a iide j-eoda jegliwilc 

hKfdon heora hiaford for jione hchsian [god'], 



:VL78] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

7 weortSodon swa swa wuldrea cini'r^, 

gif he to tSEem rice wxs on rihte boren. 

waes J«es lobes feeder god eac 3wa he; 

Satumus Sone sundbuende 

heton, hsele^a beam, haefdon Sa nuegSa 

xlcne sefter oSrum for ecne God', 

sceolde eac weM[«]* Apollines 

dohtor diorboren, dysiges folces 

gumrinca gyden ; cuSe galdra fela 

drifan drycraeftas. hio gedwolan fylgde 

manna swiSost inanegra )>ioda, 

cyning[«] dohlor, sio Circe wies 

haten for [A^]rigum. hio ricsode 

on S£ iglonde ]>e Aulises 

cining pracia co ane to 

ceole liSan. cuS wies sona 

eallre }«ere msenige };e hire mid wunode 

Ee|)[f/i]nges sitS. hio mid imgemete 

lissQ brode liSmonna frean*, 

7 he eac swa same ealle msegne 

efne swa swiSe hi on sefan lufode, 

f he to his earde senige nyste 

modes mj-nlan ofer msegS giunge; 

ac he mid jJEcm wife wunode sitSSan, 

oSSset him ne meahte monna senig 

))egna ' sinra fiaer mid wesan ; 

ac hi for Caem yrmSum eardes lyste, 

[wy]nton forlxtan leofne hlaford. 

[pa] ongunnon wercan wer&oda spell; 

[j<p(/on] f hio sceolde mid hire scinlace 

beornas _/orbredan, 7 mid ba]o[f]rEeftum 

wra/um weorpan on wildra [/Jic 

cyninges fiegnas, cyspan siSBan 

7 mid racentan eac raepan mtcnigne. 

'^C. •em./n-aC. ' em.^gnral 



196 



THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF [XXVl 



sumt hi to wulTum wurdon, ne meahlon {lonne i 

forSbringan, 
ac' hio I'ragniKlum Siolon ongunnon. 
sume waeron eaforas ; a grym^/c^Jon ' 
Sonne tii sares huxt siofian scioldon. 
J>a Se leon wseron ongunnon laSlice 
yrrenga ryn a Jjonne hi sceoldon 
clipian fur corjite. cnihtas wiirdon, 
eaide ge giunge, ealle forhwerfde 
to sumum diore swelcum he leror 
on his lifdagum gdico[j/] wsea, 
butan jiam cjninge }>e sio c[Kjffl] lufode, 
nolde (lara o\n. Knig onbitan 
mennisces metes, ac hi ma lufedon 
diora drohtaS, swa hit gedefe ne wses. 
njEfdon hi mare monnum gelices 
eorSbuendum Son[ar;] inge(>onc ; 
hoefde anra gehw)'[/r] hia agen mod ; 
f wees Jwah swit5e so[/'lgum gebunden 
for ?SEem earro?5u[nj] fe him onsEeton. 
hwaet, Sa dyse[^an] men J^e Sysum drycrscftum J 
tc{n^] gelyfdon, leasum spellum, 
[it'fifiWi] hwseCre f f gewit ne maeg 
mo[i/ ow]wendan monna a;nig 
mid drycrjeftum, feah hio gedon meahte 
f Ca lichoman lange Jrage 
onwend wurdon. is $ wundorhc 
mffigencrteft micel moda [grhivikfi] 
ofer lichoman* Isenne 7 sa;nne. 
swylcum 7 swylcu |iu meaht sweotole ongitan 
f Sks lichoman listas 7 crrellas 
of tSfem mode cumatS monna gehwylcum, 
Kiilepra selc. j^u meaht eaSe ongitan 
fte ma dereS monna gehwelcQ 
modes unfeaw t>onne meltrymnes 
' ^7"' - . - "fc" C, 



;VII. 14] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

laenes lichoin[<iB]. ne ))earf leoda nan 
wenan ^^[re] wyrde f f werige flsesc 
f mod inon[nii] seniges meege ' 
eallunga to him sefre onwendan ; 
ac )>a unSeawas melees modes 
7 ^ inge)3onc selces monnes 
))one lichoman lit }>ider hit wile. 

XXVII". 

Boetb. iv. met. 4. ' Quid Unto* iniut ndtare molu*.' 

Hwy ge aefre scylen uniihtfioungum 
eower mod drefan, swa swa mereflodes 
y^a hrera^* iscalde sse, 
wecggaS for winde? hwy otSwite ge 
wyrde eowre ^i hio geweald nafaS ? 
hwy ge J>aES deaSes, J^e eow Drihlen gesceop, 
gebidan ne magon bitres gecyndes, 
nu he eow selce dsg onet toweard } 
ne magon ge gesion $ he syle spyreS 
left seghwelcum eortJan tudre, 
diorum 7 fuglum? deaS eac swa same 
xiX moncynne geond tSisne middangeard, 
egeslic h'unta, a bi% on waSe ; 
nyle he «nig swjeS sefre forlstan 
aer he gehede f he hwile aer 
sefl spyrede. is f eannlic ))ing 
^ his gebidan ne magon burgsittende, 
ungesselige men hine ser willatS 
foran tosciotan* swa swa fugla cyn, 
oSSe wildu dior ; ^ winnaS betwuh, 
ffighwylc wolde oSer acwellan. 
ac ^ is tinriht seghwelcum men 
J)3et he oSerne inwitjjoncum 
fioge on fEerSe, swa swa fugl oS% dior. 
• Cf. p. 114. ' CoDJect om. C. ' linlanC- 



98 THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF [X 

ac f wsere rihtost ^e rinca gehwj^ 

ofSm guide ediean on riht, 

weorc be geweorhtu weoruldbuendd 

fiinga gehwilces; $ is $ he lufige 

godra gehwilcne swa he geomost msege, 

mildsige yflum, swa we sprKCon. 

he sceal )ione monnan* mode iufian, 

7 his unpecewas tatlt hatian 

7 ofsniSan awa he swiffiost msege, 

xxvni \ 

Boeth. iv. racl. 5. 'Si quis Arduri udera new 
Hw^ is on eorSan nu unl^erdra 
jje ne wundrige wolcna fereldes, 
rodres swifto, ryne lungla', 
hu hy kIcc dsege ulan ymbhwerfaS* 
eallne middangcard ? hwa is moncynnes 
f ne wundrie ymb ))as wlitegan tungl, 
hu hy sume habbaS swiSe micle 
scjTiran ytnbehwerft, sume scriSaS leng^l 
utan ymb eall Sis? an }>ara lungla 
woruldmen hatat! waenea {)is!a ; 
t>a habbaS scyrtran scriik 7 fserelt, 
ymbhwerft laessan, Sonne oSru lungl, 
forSsem hi ))Eere eaxe utan ymbhweorfaS 
[jone norS'ende, nean \ymbcerra3 ; 
on dare ;Vra«] eaxe hwerfeS 
eall ruma rodor, recene acri?eS, 
sutSheald swifet! swift uniiorig. 
hwa is on weorulde Jwet ne waGge, 
buton )ja ane Jie bit isx wisson, 
fte mEnig tungul maran jinbhwyrft 
hafaC on heofonum, sume hwile eft 
Iffisse geliCaS, Jia ()e lacaS ymb eaxe ende, 
offiSe micle mare geferaS ()a hire middre ' vbe 
'' Cf. p. 1 jj. ' em. tuttgh C. ' tm..ymbhoetfili C. ' em. miJm^ C. 



XXVDLsS] THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

Jiearle f raegafl ' ? j>ara is gehateti 

Satumus sum, se hxfS ymb )>ntig 

wint gerime[j ai]eoruld ymbcirred. 

Boetes eac beorhte scineC, 

o8er sieorra ; cymeS efne swa same 

on }>one ilcan stede eft ymb fritig 

gear gerimes Sser he gio Sa wks. 

hwa is weonildmonna f ne wafige 

hu sume steorcan otS t!a s£e faraS 

under merestreamas, Jjebs Se monnum SSincS? 

swa eac sume wenaS ^ sio sunne do, 

ac se wena n[(]s wuhte )>e soSra. 

ne biS hio on iefe[M] ne on sermorgen 

merestreame J)e near Se on midne dseg, 

7 Jieah monnum fjyncS f hio on mere gange, 

under sx swife, }>onne hio on setl glideS. 

hwa is on weorulde f ne* wundrige 

\JulUs monan, ponne he _^]ringa 

wj-tB under wolcnQ wliles bereafad, 

be))€aht mid fiiostrum? hwa fwgna ne nuege 

eac wafian sices stioiran, 

hwy hi ne scinen scinim wederu 

beforan Ssere sunnan swa hi syle doB 

middelnihtum wiS J)one monan foran, 

hadnim heofone? hw£t, nu haeleSa fela 

swelces y swelces swiSe wundratS, 

y ne wundriaS Jce wuhta gehwiic, 

men 7 netenu, micelne habbatS 

7 unnetne andan betweoh him, 

swiSe singalne. is ^ sellic ^incg 

$ hi ne wundriaS hu hit on wolcnfl oft 

jjearle ^unraS, )>ragm£lil eft 

anfortseteS; y eac swa sanie 

•fS wiS lande e^neg winneS, 

wind* wiS wsege. hwa wundraS jjaes, 

' em.fraga C. ' em. wMi C. 




> THE OLD ENGUSH VERSION OF [XXVULja 

oSSe oln-es eft, bwi ))Kt Is iDKge 

weorSan of wastere ; wliietorbt ' BctneS 60 

sunna swegle hat ; sona gccerretS 

Ismere aenlic on his agen gecynd, 

weorSeS to wstre. ne fiincC f wundor micel 

monna senegum f he msegge gesion 

dogora gehwilce, ac ?5at dysie folc 65 

}>aes hit seldnor geaihtS swiSor wundratS, 

};eah hit wisra gehwsem wundor Since 

on his* [modse/an midt lasse. 

uMjstaSolfseste * ealneg venaS 

f f ealdgesceaft sefre ne wsere 70 

f hi seldon gesioS; ac swi^r giet 

weonildmen wenaC J>Kt hit weas come, 

niwan gesselde, gif hiora nsengum hwylc 

aer ne oBeowde ; is f earmlic J)inc. 

ac gif hiora Enig Eefre weorSeS 75 

to tSon firwetgeorn ^ he fela onginS 

leornian lista, 7 him lifes weard 

of mode abrit ^ micle dysig 

?53et hit oterwrigcn mid wunode lange, 

fjonne ic wat' geare f'hi ne WTindriatS So 

msniges ^inges t>e monnii nu 

wKfSo' 7 wunder welhwasr )3ynceS. 

XXIX ». 



Gif Su nu wilnige weorulddrihtnes ° 
beane anwald blutre mode 
on[f(y]an g«orne', gem almsegene 
heofones* \lunglu, hu hi him healddS betvauh 
sibbe\ singale ; dj'don swa lange 
swa hi gewcnede wuldres aldor 
a;t frumsceafte, f sio fyrene mot, 
■ Cf. p, 135. ' em. wlUelork C. ' era. uaderslaSelfasU J. ■ e 
-.mrt C, ' em. tmcHSo C. ' viearulddriknis C. ' em.fiiwMf^ J. 



IX.4J] THE LAYS OF BOETHIVS 201 

sunne gesecui soawcealdcs weg, 
monna gemsero. hwiet, Sa mseran tungl 
auSer otSres rene % ne gehrine? lo 

aerj>a2m f o5er of gewiteC. 
ne hum se stiorra gestigan wile 
westdsel wolcna, })one wise men 
Ursa nemnatS, ealle stJorran 

sigaS xfter sunnan samod mid rodere ij 

under eorSan grund ; he ana stent. 
nis f nan wundor ; he is wundrum fest ' 
upende neah eaxe Sas roderes, 
tSonne is an steorra ofer oSre beorht, 
cymtZ eastan up aer )x>nne sunne; lo 

Jjone' monna beam morgenstioira 
hataS under heofonum, forSiem he h3ele)Hini dsg 
bodatS seft burgum; brengeS aeft 
swegeltorht sunne samad eallum dseg. 
is se forrynel faeger 7 seiene; 15 

cymeS eastan up Ter for sunnan, 
7 eft sefter sunnan on sctl glideS, 
west under weorulde, werfjibda 
his noman onwendat? fionne nibt cymeS, 
hatat^ hine ealle jefenstjorra ; 3° 

se biS ^sre sunnan swiftra ; sifSSan hi on setl gewJtaV, 
ofirneS, J>etl is x\>e\e tungol,* * 

[o^ he be eastan e/t* weor3e3 
eldum 63emcd\ aer }>onne sunne. 

habbat5 EeJ^ele tungol emne gedseled 35 

dig 7 nihte Drihtnes meahtum, 
sunna 7 mone, s\vi5e gejjwaere, 
swa him set frytSe faader getiohhode. 
ne [>earft fu no wenan f tSa wlitegan tungl 
Sses Jieowdomes afiroten weorSe 4° 

ser domes dasg[«]. deS siSSan ybe 
moncynnes frama swa him gemet jiinceS, 
' em. by J,Au/C. ' em.^on«C. ' Crein'i coDJect. om. J. 



( THE OLD ENGLISH VERSION OF 

forCon hi be healfe heofones jjisses 

on ane ne liet lelmihiig God, 

)jy Iks hi oSra Tordyden x)«la gesceafta; 

ac se eca God ealla gemelgaS 

sida gesceafta, softa gef weratS. 

hwilum JSffit drige cIrifS Sone wsetan, 

hwylum hi gemengeS metodes crjefte, 

cile wiS hElo ; bwilum ccrretS 

eft on uprodor telbeorhia leg, 

leoht lyfte; ligeS him behindan 

hefig hnisan AsX, (leah hit hwilan ' : 

eorSe sio cealde oninnan hire 

heold 7 hydde haliges meahiu. 

be }iEes cyningcs gebode c)TneS geara gehwsei 

eorSe bringeS legliwylc ludor, 

7 se hata sumor haileSa bearnum 

geara gehwilce giereS 7 drigeS 

geond sidne gmnd said 7 bleda, 

hterfest to honda herbuendil 

ripa rece?S. ren Eft' Jirem 

svi[ylct hagal'\ 7 snaw hrusan leccaS 

on winlres lid, weder unhiore ; 

forSfem eorSe onfehS eallum ssedii, 

gedeS ^ hi growaS geara gehwilce ; 

on lenctentid leaf up sprytiaS. 

ac se milda metod monna bearnii 

on eor}>an fet call fte groweS, 

waestmas on weorolde; wel forSbrengetS bit 

|jonne he wile, heofona waldend, 

7 eowat! eft eorSbuendiJ; 

nimS [jonn he wile, nergende God ; 

f f hthste good on heahsctle 

siteS self cyning, 7 ^ios side gesceaft 

fienaS 7 JjiowaS; he )jonan waldeC* 

Jjtem gewelilefirum weoruldgesceafia. 

' h-.ailin C, ' Giein's ea,.}an4 ainaalddtfl C. 



X. ii] THE LAYS OF BOETHWS 303 

nis f nan wundor; he is weroda God, 

cyning 7 Drihten cwucera gehwelcea, 

sewelm 7 frama eallra gesceafta, 80 

wyrhta 7 sceppend weorulde jjisse, 

wisdom 7 ffi woruldbuendra. 

ealla gesceafta on hserendo 

hionane he sendeS, hat eft cuman*. 

gif he swa gestset^ig ne statJolade 85 

ealla gesceafta, feghwylc hiora 

wraSe tostencte weorSan sceolden, 

asghwilc hiora, ealle to nauhte; 

weortSan sceoldon wraSe toslopena, 

))eah }^a ane lufe ealla gesceafta go 

heofones 7 eorSan hsebtwn ^^niKne, 

f hi fiiowien swilcQ Jjiodfrumaw, 

7 fEBgniaS f hiora feeder W(j[/ifJeS- 

nis f nan wundor,* {OT\piEm wuhla nan ' 

a/re ne meahle elles\ wunian, 95 

gif hi eallmsegene hiora ordfruman 

ne jiiowoden, Jieodne mEerum. 

XXX d. 

Boeth. y. met i. 'Paro daiuni lamine PhoebDm.' 
Omerus wees east mid Crecum 

on tJaem leodscipe leotSa crjeftgast,* • 

FirgiUes freond 7 lareow, 
Jiaeni maeran sceope magistra betsi. 
hwset, se Omerus oft 7 gelome 5 

fjjere siinnan wliie swiSe herede, 
seSeio craeftas oft 7 gelome 
leoSum 7 spellum leodum reahte. 
ne meeg hio )>eah gescinan, ^ah hio aie scir 7 beorht, 
ahwsrgen neah ealla gesceafta; to 

ne furtSutn )ja gesceafta Se hio gescinan msg, 

e sendaB pal 




104. THE LAYS OF BOETHIUS 

endemes ne m^g ealla geondlihtan 

innan 7 uian. ac se slmihiega 

wzldend [7 iKyJrhta weorulde gesceafta 

hia s^en weorc call geondwliteS, 15 

endemes JiurhsyhtS ealia gesceafta. 

ttet is sio so% sunne mid rihte, 

be Sasm we magon singan svylc bntan lease. 

XXXI". 
Boeth. V. met. 5, ' Qoun aaiiU term uiimtlia penneuit fignris.' 
\IIwat ', pu meahl ongtlan, gif his de getnan fyst, 
PU misUce tnaiuga wuhta 
gtmd eordan /araS ungrlice ; 
hahbad blioh 7 far, bu ungelict, 

7 mcrgwiitas mantra cynna' 5 

fu7 7 uncu3, creopaS 7 snicdS, 
tall lichoma eordan gelenge. 
nahbad hi at fiSrum fultum, ne magon hi mid /olu 



eordan brucan, swa Aim eaJen was. 

sume folum twam foldan ped3a3, lo 

svme fier/ele, sume fttt^ende 

windaS^ under* aw]lcnuin. hSS tSeah wuhta gehwylc 

onhnigen to hmsan, hnipaS ofdune, 

on weonild wlit[«3'j'] wilnatS lo eorSan, 

sume ned}>earfe, sume neodfrsece; ij 

man ana gsetS metodes gesceafta 

mid his andwlitan up on gerihte. 

mid Sy is getacnod f his treowa sceal, 

7 his modge^nc, ma up })onne niSer 

habban to heofonum, ^y l^s he his hige wende 10 

ni?er swaSEr nyten, nis * f gedafenlic 

f se modsefa monna seniges 

nitSerheald wese, 7 ^ neb upweard. 

* Cf. p. 147. ' Fiom here to line 11 is part of the mining folio. 
em. lynnu C. ' em. viindet J. * em. is C. 



APPENDIX 



THE NAPIER FRAGMENT (N). 

For description see Inlrodmtion. The corresponding part 
of the Text begins on p. 31, /. 18. 

[ ]nniscan lifes [ 33 

] tSy hi hi selfe ongiten hwset hi 
sin, 7 hwonan hi slen, 7 Sy hi sint wyrsan Son nie[ ]nu 10 
Sy hi nyllaS witan hwKt hi sint, olSSa hwanon hi sint. Dsm 
neatii Is gecynde 5:et hi nylen hwjet hi sten; ac ^xt Is 
Sara monna unSeaw fjjel hi nyten hwaet hi sien. N[ ] tSe 
is switS^ sweotol ^ ge bioS on gedwolan, Jioii ge weniiS f 
aenig Cing mieg mid f[ ] g[ ]weor5od. Gif hwa nu »s 

bit! mid hwelcQ welu geweorSod [ ] mid h[ ] 

»hlu gearad, hu ne bclimpS se weortSscipe Son [ ]o 
Jwe tSe hinc geweo[ ]anne hwene ryhtlicor. 

Ne Sffit ne biC no tSy fegerre ^ mid elles hwa gerenod 
biS, Seah Sa gerenu fEegni sin Se hit midgerenod biS. Gif 30 
hit 3er sceondlic wes, ne b[ ] h[ ] Sy fEegerre. Wite 
Su for soS f nan god ne dereS J>£ Se hit ah; hwEet Su 
wast nu f ic Se ne [ ]ge, 7 [ ] Sa welan oft deriaC 33 

Jjie 5e hi Sgon on monegii Singa, 7 on 5» awiSost f 
\_ ] men w[ ^ swa upahafene for S^ welan $ oft se 

eaira wyrresta 7 se ealra unweorSusta raon wenS f he si 
ealles Sses welan wyrSe Jie on weorolde Is, gif he 5 
ffisse hu he hi tocuman meahte. Se Se micelne welan 



906 



APPENDIX 




hfef?, he hT ondnet monigne feond; gif he rxine sehta 

nfcfde ne ?5orfle he hi rannc ondraedan. Gif Cu nu 

ware wegferend[ ] 7 h[ ]de micel gold on \ie 7 Jiu (>on 

10 become on Seofscole, [wn ne wendes Su Se Cines 

{Oder sidt of fragmenl.) 

34 [ Jgan 
be SKm weorSscip[ ]m anwalde iSisse weorolde. 
For ffKni anwalde ge eow woldon ahebban up o3 Sone 
[ Jfon, gif ge meahien, tfel is forS^m Jie ge ne gerounon ne 
eac ne ongitaS (lone heofoncundan anweald 7 Jjone weortSscipe 

JO se Is eower agen, 7 jjonan ge comon. Hwsec, se eowe[ ^ 
))on 7 se eower anweald ?e ge nu weorSscipe haiaS, gif be 
becjTn?! to ]?£ ealra wyrrestan men, 7 to 1>S 6e his ealra 
unweorSost biS, swa he nu dyde to Bys ilcan Diodrice, 7 g:io ser 
lo Nerone fisem casere, 7 oft eac to manegfl hira gelicil 

as hu ne wile he tSon don swa hi dydon 7 git dot!, cal fe 
ricu tSe hi underbioS, otSSe awer on neawesle forslean 7 
forheregian swa swa fyres lig dcS drygne hEeSfeld, oSSc eft 
se bimenda swell fione munt b^rnK Se we hatatS Etne ; se 
is on Sicilia })E ealonde. SwiSe onlice Sse miclan flode 5e 

30 gio on Noes dagu wies. Ic wene f 5u maeg gemunm 
f le eowTe ildran gio Romana wiian on Torcwines 

35 dagii Sses ofermndan cyninges for his ofmetton ' fone 
cynelican namun of Romebyrg srest adydon 7 eft 
swa ilce J;e herciogan Se hine sr uladrifon ; hie woldon efi 
utadrifan for hira ofmcttu, ac hi ne meahton ; forSS 5e 

j se ishxh anweald f>ara herelogena tSa;m roraaniscQ 
witii git wirs licode foil se serra jiara cyninga, gif hit 
Son ffifre gewyrS swa hit swiCe 



swa hit swiCe seidon gWjK^^ 

' The on iiidi^tiact. ^^^^| 



GLOSSARY 



EXPLANATION OF GLOSSARY. 

The order is alrictly siphabctical: fl is ased for bolh J and / of the 
text. The main-words are □onnnliicd on an early West Saxoo basis. 

Ordinary figures refer to page and lioc, Romim nnmernls to the Cott. 
Metra. Pr. ^ Proem ; MI'r. -^ Metrical Procra, preceding the Mctra. 
N. — Napier Fragment. 

Many of the references lo the Bodlcisn MS. text are marked with 
an asterisk where altention is called to the forms. 

The Headings of Chapters, pp. 3-6, and ihe prayer on p. 149 are not 
considered ia 3ie Glossary. 

Verbs marked st'i , nil &c. belong to Che slinng conjugation according 
to the clasdlicatioD gitea in Sieverr Anptsathiiuhi Crammalii, tbui: 
iberao, n'4. bear. All parts and formsof the verb ' to be ' will be found 
under icim. 

Verbs with preteiitive pments are entered under the preseat indica- 
tive, e.g. "f'Tf, dioA, When no examples of. but only the referencei to. 
a particular cue of a noun or adjective are given, the form is identical 
with that last given. Words cnrnponoded with the pie5x gi- will be 
foBnd ondcr Ihe simple forms. In Ddjectivcs the masculine of each case, 
beine gi^'en lirst, is not marked as such ; weak forms in -an have not 
uioaTly the gender indicated. 

In text 1 as root-vowel often^iV in Glossary, to olten — «ii, before 



«, = accnsative. 




filcp. 


= participle. 


ai, ~ about. 




f.ti. 


- quod vide- 


«*«>/. -nsedabsolulely. 




i-jtx. 




^mi. = anomalous 


eihtrvnu » masco- 


n. 


" Teduplicitlni' 


, verb. 


line. 




verb. 


jwh/. - comparative. 


n. bnmcdiaUly fdlinii- 




- Mognlar. 




ing a main viord^ 




" strong verb. 


t = dative. 


strong neuter \fell<rai- 


sij. 




tp. - especially. 




Jll. 


= substantive. 




lootaott;olAti-wije-= 


sup. 




a main vierd~ strong 


neuter or nominative. 




= Birong-weak 


fetainine: clkfraiiic 


{r*:?!Sr- 




verS. 




1. 






//. -past participle. 






: = ganii'e. 


fr(d. = pttilicate. 


v». 


-verb. 


in. » genemlly. 


fnfi. ' preporiiic*. 


Z't. 


- with, (^ weak. 


n/. - imperative. 
"■fBrf. -inJicaiive. 


pr!. -present. 




-weak. 


/n./.i- present parti- 




= weak mascu- 


itut. 1 inslnimenUl. 


ciple. 




line Bubstanbve. 


inltrj. ~ inteijection. 


/<!(. = past. 


lOV. 


- weak verb. 



^VCM^H 








^^^^H 


aoB GLOSSARY ^^^^^H 


■ A. 


MimmiMi, mv. grow £ii> ; /f. 




adl, / disease, Infirmily: a. pi. 


>, aJv. ever, always; /y. )i, S 


adla 70. 8. 


tec. ; VI. eemf. a. By belera rj. 


4d6n, awn. remove, bonidi ; 60. 14; 


17.5^ 31.10, 63. 3,64. ig, 69. 


iW. >!•*. 3.J. adeS 46. jj ; /rf. 


6&c; iw'McH/ByBs.ii.ioi. 18. 


//. adydoQ 35. 1 J .ri/ frt. ado 




67. ,8, avu i ; tf- oi adoo 


i»7-7- 


Xiv. 69, «vi Bl, XHIK. 10. 

U>/deolui, wv. ga by begging; 




a ; i/iJ. pit. 3.1, adrende 37. J, 


prs. sbj. abeffecige 71. 11. 


adrSoam. svi. bear, endure ; ij. 


Abelsui, ins- make angiy, oETend ; 


ji, 133. 28, 139. 4 (adrjgaa 


M.fit.fil.ibulgon,9. .3. 


B5; adrioeaiii38. 31; m.f.pr,. 


lbw«n, JV4. bear, endure ; 133. 3. 


3.J. adttogedaiLai. 


»blt»n, JTFI. Ute. devoui; (W./ri. 


ftdrlfan, ivi. drive away, hanisfa; 


3.1. flbii57. ;3*, xiii. go. 


35. 4. 60. 8 ; im/.firs. 3.,. adrift 
:3S- "■ P't. adraf art 30: 
//. ad.ifon 3S. J ; ,W/1. tdrif 


fcblondM^ aw. blind ; imi.pri. 3.1. 


ablcct log. 5 ; //. ableadad X9. 


16, ixL J7 ; /J/. //, ablendan 8. 


16. 6;;y. adrifeD ri. 4, to, 


9*;//.Bblendiii.i3;«.//.™, 


19,61. 1^,63. is. 


ablcnde 131. 15, ;4i. 6; «. 


idrf gan. i™. wipe diy ; M. p,t. 


HI. 6; a-i.ablendan t»l. t8. 


adrigde 8. aj*. 


ibreoan, Ji>4. break dawn, take by 


&dw«BOaii, arc. eitingniilL 


itom. ; iW, /j(, //. abrecoQ 7. 


quench i XI. I JO ; iad. pn. 3.J. 


3 : //S. abroccn i. t8. 


ad*n!5«B So. 14* ; Siostro ad- 


ibroEdati, ^3. Temorc: ind-prs. 


wiCKeaiv.7; adwtcscBio. 4*. 


3J. abril n6. jj', xxviii. 78; 


«./.Inw; 136. as.'-4i; & 141. 


//, abrogden 45. 30 ; pull open. 


11, 13, xxii. 8j. 


6a dnni abrodtn |.anb(oden B) 


BOBT.w.fieldirf.aeererii. i,i8: 


97. 14. 


;»/, f. xcera xiv. 5 ; rf. ^cermn 




SJ. 1. 


ibj.pn. pi. abisegien 95. ii' ; 


ndr,/. vein.sinew; if. gHlie93. 4. 


//. abUgod 51- >S-l43-r. "■ 


aren, m. evenbg: g. lo (cfenon 


■c, ronj. but 1 fq. 7. 8. i. 80 &g. 


33- i8»; a. lefoi 136. :; on 


■oelon, ITO. cool; //. aceled vii. 


ffifcn xxviii. 36. 


'7- 




loanuan .oni.biing forth, givebinh 




W ; ind. prs. 3.1. aceoB 70. 1 1* ; 


30. 


^. acenned 105. »3, xiir. 51 ; 


(cfenUd,/ eventide ; d. on lefentid 


n. //. acennede 65. 19. 


viii. .0. 






ueue 69. j8. 


Wf. flB./ hyptth. KnttHcei, 8. 




ii,i. 8j, Vii. 9, ail 21 &c. 


^j. 3J. aewylB a8. 18. 


tetter. 1) /nt/. k.,^ ; fa. writtm 


faweUftn, iw. kill ; 66. 34. ix. 14, 


=fT. /« C. a) pl^l bebiad. 


xivii. ai ; to acwellcnne 114. 


along: after bnrgum i. 3, uix. 




J3 ; metioH aUtig, ssfler ffcm 


iojtian, tvD. make known, Teveal ; 


bogum 9a. 1. i) ft«i, after. 


J*/: /J-/. 3J. acyCde 39. 3*. 


i^BUt 36 «««. 7. 5, »iL a &«.; 




cftcrS3.8;aift>.»fterCaiD,aftef 


85.., 


wards 91. 18; senj. acfter Ban 



GLOSSARY 



309 



6e 70. IJ. e": /ellmn'ng, tuccitt- 
faniitunl, 103. la, [35. 30, 13S. 
a. J) purtuit, aim, abj. 0/ vtrb ; 
34. IJ. \i, 11.11. 3^,60.5.77. 
S, i43-3,viu. 57 wii i,«T.i. 
ti; med wtth aicuui 117. 
'5' '39- 9i '°; higian 56-4, 

OD 76. lit, 17. 113. \i\ wilnian 
53. 16; winnsn 76. j8, 139. 13; 
w. spyiiui aboHt 95 timet, 17. 31 
4c. i) according to, 16. ij, 19. 
JJ, 3'- '3t 39- *°, 4'- ^ti. 
49. 31, 115. JO, ia8. »5i Kftei 
81DQID wiU.n 58, 18,^/113.37, 
Kt 47 ; Kftcr hii gewyihtnm 
IJ4- H. 14"- 9. '48. 33- 2) 
adv. allerwardi, iiftei Pi. 9 (J). 

BftergeiiK^i k""- aucccsaor ; d. fl. 
ttflereeneum 134. I. 

Eeflerrft, cuin/. oi^'. foIlowiDg, 
second 47. % ; jeftera 35. 5 ; / 
ifterre, Ecflre* 50. 5 ; aeflCTe 
38.6. 

MfireardDei, f. nbseoce ; d. 
xfwckxinesse 11. lo. 

•«. "■ ege; "- '7' ; >'■ ^b* "■■ 

1S9. 

Asbw&, ^r0n. each one; t. 
seghwsn 98. i ; uud as a&. 
in every respeel viii. 41 ; a. n. 
Kghwxt 57. 14 ; //. d. Kghw^m 
viLi._3S; fffjhwam viii. 5. 

Agbwier, adv. everywbcic 1 14S. 
j6. X. 58. 

ftgbwBSer, pron. cithei, each ; 
XX. 1 1 : asE""' '*' P' "' fof" 
38. 13 &c.; leeSer ge . . . . ge 
Pr. 5,11.31 &c.; /. a^Birs 93. 
\l:d. agBrum tag. 3a. 

BsbwkoOD, adv. from bU sides, 
eTcrywhere 1 xghwonan 19.96, 
a7. II, vii. ^s; a:chwonoo 
X.4. 

Bgbwelo, /run. each (one); 53. 
11', 54. a8'; aghvfilc 55. a, xi. 
33. 35. ""■ '», »v". »», «i- '. 
ixii. ij.s 1 /. (//. vb. in tiuh tase) 
Kghwilc xivi. *z, nil. 88; 
xghwylc ixii. S6-, H. ieghwUc 
XX. 64, 141, ixi. iB; te^wylc 
uvli. Hid. teghwelcum t. a, 



xiviL 10, la; Eeghwilcnm 149. 
16' ; a. m. xghwilcne xvii. 14 ; 
H. teghwilc XI. 51 ; seghwylc 
xxii, 16, xxix, 57 : inil. s^hwelce 
d«eg liv. 5 ; seghwylce dsege 
"- '37: eghwelcm 74. 3 
— hwelcia t 

Stbwider, B'A'. in eiecy direction, 
everywhere ; xx. 9a. 

Ikffier, V. «ghwiriter. 

Sht, f. possession, property; 
power; a. on sehl gifeni pi. n. 
Bthtii 55. 7, 7a. 13 ; g. Khta vii. 
IS, xiv. 4, xix. 43; d. (Bhlum 
3a. 37, 38. I, ixv. 16 ; a. »hU 
33- 7.66. 36; ahte3a. I4*. 

nlbeoTbt, adj. veiy bright; vii. 
fellteorhta nil. 51. 

BU, prim. adj. Pr. 13 &c. ; iiv. 
13. 56, XXVI. lio;/Kic,/ii. IB. 
gesccaft 91. 10 &c. and xiii. 64 ; 
g. ilces 13. 18 &c., i. 36: /. 
Eelcere8. 11*, 84. 9: selcreSO. a I 
JEc. atidit. 1S5 ; d. slcnm 34. 14 
&c. and xi. I ; xlcum aiium, to 
each separately ; / aelcere 80. 
33*. 81. 34* i sslcre 67, 4 61c. ; a. 
xlcae Pi. II Sec., xxii. 10. xivi. 
50; n. tele iiiv. 7; I'nt/. nice 
dseg s<(. 83, 60. IJ, 17, 80. 31, 
134. 6, 135. 31, laS. 19. xxvii. 
8 ; dec dxge xiviii. 4 ; aelce 
gearega. 14, 136. 15. 

nloeald, adj. very cold ; d. wi. 
lelcealdan xxiv. 19. 

«lcraft!g;, iti^', all-powerful; fOin/t. 
n. s. II. fflcixftigre xx. 38. 

BleOKe, 1) adj. teSlons ; n. pi. n. 
selengo', alenge 117. a8. 21 
lit/. lediousncss: leliDge MPr. 

nlgrtaie, m/f. aU-greeii ;/.(e1gTeiio 
XX. 78. 

I, wf. alms; a. Klmessan 



Mlmihtls, adj. almighty, only 
uitdefCod; 48. 34. vii. 45 &c: 
teimihti xiii. 7a (J) ; tuk. lelmih- 
liga about 8 timts, 49. 6 &c- ; 
Vu Kiniihtiga scippend 10. 16, 
iv. 39; iclmihtega 49. 16', loi. 
4, i)7- S'l xInKbtega 11%. 14; 




xlmehtp 148. 31 ; slmihtga 
xiiL 1; n. xlmihlig xx. 31; ^. 
clmihtiges ii. 49, XX, 67, ui. 
43; tvt. slmibligan 80. ig; 
iclmlhlgaD 104. 11; Eelmehti- 
gan 118. 34, 135. 13; d.vii. 
ielmihtigan 136. 8*, 141. 17*, 
XX. 346- 
sltfiwe. adj. perfccl, aound ; 74. 

6 ;■„«,/. „. /.'»," a:IlB.-wre S3! 

■>•>■ 31- 
nlKeod, a. eltSod- 
mlBfodig, V. tXSiadlg. 

fimetM, oim. leisure; </, icroetlan 



&ns, □lA'. once fiemcl^ ; xae □□ 
d"g 33. ar. (/ viii. 18 fliic 
XXVI. S9. 

fenig, /rvw. at//, any (one); 3). 
)5, vii. 6 &c.; leni no. i»;/ 
ienegn 31. s". Sj, 15, gB. 14. 
xiii. 68, ^3, XX, 41 ; tiseaihcrt 
ienig; ^. Kniges 83. 14, xjevi. 
113 Sic; mies 13. 13'; d. 
znegum ao. 10*, 11, 67. 16, 
". 8j. 13, "3- ", "■ "' " 
30, xilL 37, xxnlL 64 : lEnKiiai 
144- sa.vii- ai,x.3fi;/.iEnigre 
60. 6, 99. 1) : a. xnigne 14. ag 
&e.;yi3enige lO. ii,xx. 130 &c.; 
■"I'S 37- '9* ; "• lenig xrvii. 
I4ac. ; iBj^ lenige 117. ij, m, 
109: frl. g. lenigra 138. 11; </. 
aaieeum 44. ig*. 97. 3. 

Knllo, nciguc, matchlcis : iiriii. 

Mppel, m. Kpple of eye, eyeball ; 
lai. ij; fl. 133. 13. 

•t, I) adv. before, formerly ; fq. 
8. ] etc. i <-(»»/. jeror 87. 6, xiii. 
43, 76. Bo, XX. 41 n., 340, »45, 
xxii. 7, tS, xxvi. 87 ; cer 10. 9, 
83.30: lup. lerest 11. a, lii, j 
&c i itesC 35. J ; 36. 31 : lerast 
51. 3*! xiwA 14. 7, 2) ««/ 
before, u: tbj. or eccaiianaliy 
ind. If. 9, II. 8, IT. 93 &c.-, ler 
Kr 118. 17, 18, 144. 99; Cna 
xt He, u loon u ever 15. iS, 
cf, 49. j;. 3) /w/, w.rf. ; lime. 



before ; w. ptrt. frms. M. t). 
4S. 90,65.9, '3.79- »7. "39-7. 
'I. 143- *■ 148-9; 3cr tide «;. 
\\,c/, xii.lO,XMX.4l;>nBifv 
lonjunttioni, aerflzm 6e S4. 1 , 
118, 19, V. 45, iiix. II ; teiOca 
II. 5, 104. 31 1 Kifion Be 10.9. 
ersad«. H. cmuid : >/. on bit 
hklbtde* Bfcndc 63. 1 j ; o. /i 



1.83, 



l6'! 



Arondgewrit, m. letter; o. i. 63; 

a. fl. lereniijjewritn 7. 19. 
l6rmorK<)Q< ">- enrty moniiag; <i. 

on .■crmorgen iiviiL 36. 
cmeweg, n. race-courte; g,xs- 

newEges 111. 93. 
eemiiiK, /. ninning, racing ; i. 

^roinge Hi. »4. 
Srra, temp. adj. former; jj. fi; 

d. tcrraa 86. 15 ; d. //, loj. 

gc««oe, /. inqnity, invesligaliai ; 

d. fl. be gescscum 1 48. g. 
j^sprfuBS, fH. spring, roontuD; 

mt, pref. wj. a) plai 



'45- 



iv. 19. ij 

'lereiprvcc 

. >: it-isj; 
w. bringan 18. 8, 10, 33. 19, 71. 
13. di lOHire. erigiH ef fain 
Br lass, from ; aS. 3, 17. 11, 

»^. ji, 31. 14. 15. 45- a. »4» 

96. a, 19J. 13, ij8. 3, 139. 
9j, ;i. 69, »xi. 8. tj p>iiU ef 
Unit: a:t iotnoni tym 39, 19, 
ix. 13; ici ofimm cerrc95. )8; 
lEtfrDman 119. iS, 141. i7.iTiL 
13, s6; « frymde xi. 38, 77, 
xiiv. 14, xxix. 38; Kt fnun- 
sceaftt ixii. 7 ; set frnmcerre 
145. 34 ; xt nibstan 15. 6. 
Btgndere, adv. together; 37. 11, 
76. 3o, 90. 15, 93. 3»,ii. 49: 
atgsdre 77. 34, h4- n. »9. 9°. 

Staamne, adv. logcther ; Rtsomne 




aKelomidDaa, f. nobilil;; d. 

sOelcandneite 46. 13. 
nSele, adj. noble by birth or 

nalure; i. a;; / uiv. 45 ; B. 

xiix, 31 ; g. iBeles ixvi. 34 ; a. 

^etfelne xxiii. 4 \ vik. seSelan Si. 

9: n. pi. Kfiele 14. 3, 4, 7, 

KKix. 35 ; /. KOela nix. 45 i a- 

xScle xii. 13 : m^. a. pi. vik. 

nVelins, m. prince, noblemaD ; 
xSelincg 73. 301 f. EeSelinges 
iivi. 63; £^. cSelinge 36. 17, 
40 ; d. pi. xRelingum i. 31. 

aSelQ, / a) noble birth ; «> 
nobility of natnre ; e) habit, 
nature; 03. 11 n. {e"!), x'&elo 
69. II (i), 91. JO (() ; g. a«elo 
69. 9 (i); rf. KSeleiiii. 51 (^1 ; 
fl. 3eBelo46. I5(fl),69. laCa), 
69. 31 (*}, iTii. 35 t*), nt 7 
(<■) ; d.pl. seBelum mii. 18 (a). 

Bwielm, HI. spring of water; 
source; scwclm 83, 38, 83. 3, 
31, 136. 34, xxix. So; Ecwylm 
53. 5; rf.ffwelme 53. 8, 83. 4; 
a. xwelm 47. g, Si. 9, xi. 359, 

Ufir&n, vrD. lerrily; //, sfeered 
138.13 ; ifKredS«. lO. 

vrv. make firm, fix ; 



Uandbui, sf. experience; pp. 

afuidad 70. 19. 
UkrwD, rv. go away; ^. afareo 

UBd&n, vm. feed, nonrish ; pp. 

■feded, sfed* 8, iS, 
ftferiaji, viv. carry away ; pp. 

aTerod 105. 14. 
ftfersolaii, ivr. become fresh ; iW. 

pri. 3.1. ifer(f)c»e 86. 10. 
Uenrko, wv. remove; afeiran 7. 

18' ; al^mm 39. 39* ; ind.pri. 

3.1. afeireS 30. 33 ; imp. aferre 

30.35; afyr 14. 19*; ikj. pri. 

afyne 134, 19; pp. alyrred 73. 

'3- 
tn.n1«.in, ni3. experience ; //. 

afnnden 70. 39*. 
MMMan, mf. comfort; pp. a. 1. 

JR. afrefredne 50. 1 3. 



UyUan, a) wv. fill; «) latiify ; 

38. 39 (i) ; pp. n. pi. afylde 

i'3-3'f«). 
ftgClaii, iini. hinder ; /;^. agxled 

ii. 5. 
AgUwan, vni. astonish, dismay ; 

^. agelwed 86. 10. 
ftgan, anv. possesi; 31. 19, 3i, 

67. 36, i. 39, 63, vii. 39. X. 

3, xvi. 19 ; lo agaone xxL 19 ; 

agon xvi. I ; ind. pn. 3J. ah 33. 

33,63.9, 133. 13, 14; n'^-nah 

134. 5, xvi. II I pi. agon 33. 3; 

^rf.//.ahton 38. 33,133.8; sbj. 

prs. age 37. ao, 30. 1 , liv. a, i»i, 

3 ; pst. ahte 17. 10, 63. 11, 
Aseii, adj. own; 34. 30, xx. 133 

&c. ; / agan 39. 39, 80. 35 ; 

agen xxiv. 49; n. agen iii. 5 &c. ; 



d. ■ 



. 57: 



l&c;/. agenre37. 
39, M"- a?; (Cgenre 31. 3a*; 
a. agenoe 66. 34, 80. 34, 143. 3, 
XX. 64, 143 ; agene 39. *3', ix. 
38 ;/. agene 11. 13, 39. 33, 80. 
3, iv. 30 ; agne 9. ■• ; «. agen 
15. 16, xi. 77 &C.; abgeng. 13*; 
pi. agene 63. 34*; agne 17. 
30 ; / aena aj. 8 ; «, agnn 
39. 37, ag; agene 31. %*\ g. 
ageara; d. agenum vii. 47; ag- 

ftgiefan, tv%. give np, restore ; 

agifan 103. f ; ind. prs. \.s. 

agifc 17. lo*; sbj. pit. pi. 

ageafan*, agefan 103. 13. 
Agnlan, vni. appropriate, claim ; 

30.39. 
Uiebban, it^. raise ; exatt ; gtH' 

trolly VI. up ; 46. 11. 104. 31 ; 

ihebban 34. 17; ind, prs. 3,1. 

ShefS 114. 19; pi. ahebbege; 

psi. ahof 45. 6 ; // gewin np 

ahofon 7. a; ji/./ri.//, ahebben 

" ' "" " abibbeni33, 

~ . //. ahafen 

ihgefen 34. 



GLOSSARY 



■hcfcD {. 47 ; It. ft. ibafene 9. 
id' : ihxrktit J3. .1. 

kbeSglAO, uv. weigh Aovn, op- 
pros ; ;t^, iheligBd 55. 10*. 

Uiwfir, ffi^ii, anywhere, in ui; 
waj ! awer 17, 17, 34. j6*, viii. 
H, 3.1- 

UiwwVer, ^fi. cither ; anSci 14. 
J5*, »i. 49 ; bwCct . . . oOOc 
.. .oSSe (lecffcr B) 108. 13; 
nuSer oflffe . . . oBfle 146. »S*. 

fthwknon, iifA'. from anjrwhere, 
OD any «i1e ; ahwoDU S4. 16 ; 



ahweorfan, sv^. [< 



/A" 



orfcn 



, alter; 



n uGide; //. 



ibweTBen. 

ahwiergcn neah i 
fthwierfui, uif. ti 

■bwcrfed 114. aj. 
UfcdiftB, an?, excuse : 144. <:. 
ilSdui. iini. leul away ; ind. fri. 

3.1. alcet of (fan) rEhUn wrge 

73. 14* : pp. alieded xii. 4. 
aUEtaO, rv. let go, give ap ; 15. 

33, ]& A : selxlan 67. 10 1 itui. 

pri. 3.1. alartst 57. J3*. 
UioKUii -n'l. belie, disnppoinl ; 

i-pl. aleogalS 58. 13 1 /si. 6i£t 

eiU aleag i. 39. 
Utagan, nij. diminish ; pp. alegcn 

43-31- 
ftliefna, Jev. allow, peirail : //. 

alefcdii;. 7, ui. 18, 135. 7; 

alleHit, Dv. release, rescue ; ind. 

pst. alysde 18. 10. 
Mnblht, H. scitIcc 1 g. ambehtes 

Lmeriui. uf. purify; pp. ainered 

imetan, ivi. mensure; 148, »;, 
"■ 3S. 

imierrui, -om. hinder ; smenan 
94. J9, xiii. 4 ; pp. amerred 53, 
13, viii. 44 ; a. amerred nc 103. 



jo- 



in, HMPi.aHd adj.aaf:; tmly.alone, 
II, \h, X. 54 &c. : on 4]. 9; 

■lone 17. iS, 55. 11, 81. II. 97. 

11, IDI. 5. 131. 19, 147. 9. 



„ix.i6.xxxi .6 ;/«.,.. ,s. 
xxi. 10. 13, 16; w. «■/. S9, 9. 
1 1 i ». an 100. 13. xi. 4S fte. ; 
no Bat an Bast . . . ae, not 
only . . . bat 13. 17 ftc. ; ;. 
■nes 13. )o, iixT. ji; Btncsanet 
getieahte, of thee atone 79. 1;. 
II. 39 : Wi aim, of hiBuelf 
alone ii. 11; 4. anuiu lo. ic, 
ir. J7 Sc-one 97. 13: w 
anum BDtadsElcd. dngle 87. 
31 T v-k. By aoan, in thit one 
respea; / anrc 41. 18, 68. 30, 
io7.ia;a.»nne,w. I9» 79.3,'. 
S6. 30, n. 58; cane i*. 19, 
59. '8, 87. aj, 9a. »5, t 38; 
II 196, iiH. IS : / "He "4- "* 
&c. ; n. an 69. 11. u*. ■ ftc; 
twC ane 79. 33. ix. 56 : /£ «. 
«. anc 110. 31, xxviiL .9:/ 
ana 16. 19 ; g. anra, i», hwric 
gehweic, gchwa 77. 18, 13. m 
13, viii. 6 &c ; 4. tA upm 
lwa:n], from two only xvii. 3; 



geanbidJaD, nf.waji, awail; iW. 
pri. I //. (ni, ;.) gcanbidiaS 19. 
14; /r/. i.j. gcanbidode 50. 



and, fon;. and ; paiiim, alttafi 
vrilliH J, txttpi ind 30. 8, 71. 
8, 84. 13; ond 35- 1, .16. 33, 
39. 3.1', 54-5". "40- "■ 

anda, UJH. malice, anger 1 4. an- 
daa 135. »; a. 79. 34, 101. 8, 
114.30. 116. 17.11. 36,i«viii. 

andefb, / proportion, amonnl; 

d. be hire andefnc 71. 36; be 

Bfes Ey'tCT andefne 1 33. 10. 
andetlBH, &/ir. confess; itui.fn. 

1.1. nndette; pi. andetUO 83, 

j6' {andeltett C). 
andfclet, n. iotellecl, reatoo ; and- 

git 3a. 2\ iij. JO, 146. »s*; 

andget 14O. ao*; gewis andgtt 



^^6. l6* ; g andglctes 4;. 1; 
andgileiPr. 13 &C.; ■/. andgite 
Pr 3. 58. II, IJ«, 81. aj', 94- 
18* XI. 30I ; a. andgit Pr. 3, 
ra;. 17; gewis sndgit 145. ja, 
146. lo*; andget 137. 19*; 
ondgil a7. i8' 

nndKletAill, aifj. tDtcUigenl ; 
andKitfuU 131. 19. 

uidgletfaUioe, adv. intelligibly; 
luf. indgilfulliCBM Pr. 4. 

aDdlons, firef, w^, aloDg; 86. 

",9'- y- 



fan,/.s= 



support 



uidnrKci*!), wv. aDiwer ; iW. 

fit. andiwarode 13. 17 &c. ; 

andsvuede 74. 17* ; andswo- 

rode 9. jo», 33. 9, 19. 11, 58. 

a* S9' 4. 74- »9 i andiwonde 

II. 18,65.5, 74- 35.75-3.76. 

10,77.10,34,83, IS. 
andawara J^. aaswei ; g. ooAswan 

19.35*; fl. andsware ixii. 43, 

S'- 
andweard, aJJ., aften wUk lif, 

wela, actual, ptesent ; I48. a6; 

■mk. audwcarda 58. 16 &c. ; 

n. Tvi. aodweaide i(3. 15 &c; 
g. d. anda. wk. andweanJBD 33. 

16 Sic. and iii. 18 ; d. uiiiwear- 

dnm 8g. 1 7 ; a. n. ink. andweaide 

68. 9 ; pi. n. V!k. andneardai 



47- 



wi. s 



dena 30. i r ; andweardana 78. 
II; d. andweardum 88. 391 
eagum andweardnm, bodily eyes 
xxii. >o; a.vii. andweatdan 73. 
18. 
andvaoro, n, malerial ; 40. 15, 
1 6 : ondweorc 40. 10 ; g. and- 
weorces40. 10, 35 ; if. andweoiM 
40. 141 d. buton andweorce, 
canse 13. 3 ; xvii. 16 \ aaweorce 

andwllta vim. fotm, ibape ; a. 
andwlttan 1 38. 4, 145. 36, 
Kxi, 17 ; anwlitan 138. 33. 



■.ARY 213 ■ 

andwTTdan, we. annrer, ranr 
than andsirarian, 13, 31, 19. 11 ; 
geandwyrdan I3. 5, 19. aS, 
143. I ; ind. fsl. andwyrde 9. 4 
&c, ; aodwirde 13. 3 ; imf. 
andwyrde 19. 13*. 

andwTTde, n. aDSwei ; d. 45. 19 ; 
o. 9S- »8. 

bifeald, ojij, single, undivided ; 
74. 30, 76. 9, \i\ f. aufeatd 
I19.S; ■aik. anfealde 137.18; 
n. anfeald laS. 33, 13T. 35, 36 ; 
g. aniealdes 16. 18 ; d. vih. an- 
TealdaD 138. 4, 139. 17 ; a./. 
aafealde 54. 37. 

bifeoldneB, /. liagleDesx, onity 1 
g. anbldnesse 138. g; a. an- 
Tcaldnesse 100. li*. 

Anforlctan, rv. forsake, abandon ; 
T. 38 : ind. fri. i.s. anforlsetst 
>'"'■ 54 ; 3-r- anforlateS iii. 5, 
xxviii. s6 ; psi. a.x. anforlete 
17. 14: i^'. prs. forlxte an 
xxii. 9. 

ansel. m. tiih>hook ; d. ancle 

uiKiDn, ti. beginning; angin 13. 



'. i34r > 



1148. 



3; a. anpo 13.7. 

anlio, adj. tv. d. ^milar ; 73. 19, 
111.33;/ 133. 5; «.49 35, 
6j. 13 ; onlic 34. 39 ; g. aniices 
44. 18,34; onIices44. 15; a.n. 
anlic IIS- 13; !«/. anlicogtiij. 
6, u, i6g; aniicost Be 133. I. 

MlUoe, ado. similarly; 93. 14; 



inlice vi 



■47- 



anlionea,/ likeness, portrait ; il- 
lustration ; 55. 6, Sa. 16, 114. 
14; a. anlicnesse 51. 30, 67. 
34,74. T^, "4- iS, 116 34; on- 
licnesse 31. 4, 6, 117. 4; //. 
n. anlicneisa 78. 34; a. 74. 17. 

ftnlittpe, adj. single, individnal ; 
an anlepe cneft 7a. 13 ; g. pi. 
used as ibil. «nl«pra ilc iivi. 
1 10 1 anlepra celc ixt. 56. 

anmodlloe, adv. luianimously ; 

83. .J. 

ann, swv. giant ; tnf. gennnan 



ftiiweald, ■». Dulhorily, power; 
fq\ B kai Jiirms tuilh ea ; C 
luith a, but ihe fell, kofct ea : 
35- 5. ". SS- 7. H- 19; S- 
anweaWes 37. »3 (J,i, 53. 19, 
63. 17, 7G. 15; a. anwealdi! 
138. 3'. "-3": a. bislpta an- 
weald 107. 13 ; iDwcaM jg, 39*; 
f.//. anwalda 11. 1. 

Bnire^da, vim. ruler; 49. i*. 

anwOftldlKi 14. powerful ; sup. 
anwald^ost 108. 18. 

iawiUIoe,ai/i'.Dbaliiiately; 47.4. 

ix, f. houaur, dignity; 11. Uj-, 
.*1 f. » g 66. i i, i. 78; </. [JO. 17, 
^ I XJLioo; a. 44.9,101.13, >33- 
16;^.//. »™i. 57. 

■neda, i<. &iod. 

ftrfidBii. Ill', ulter, delicer (a 
speech) ; //. aised Ji. 17. 

kneftiu], lev. eadure, bear; jo. 
17 ; iitd. prs. 3J. arafiieB 15, f.. 

txt>TKa,ivt/. lift up, laiic; iud.fsf. 
arierde 8. 35. 

ireooui, vrv. tell, relate, explain ; 
aa. 15, 47. 11, gj. 10, 74. lo. 
JJJ. 8 ; arccan 74. ii» ; ind.psl. 
STMhte viii. > ; /p. aieaht 39. 
15,46. 1; arehtsi. 37* 71.3". 

ftTBdlui, vm. lind tee way, go ; tc. 
wegS"' '4.>39-'.3': iiid.frs. 
3.r. aredaO 79. 7 ; i/y. /ra. arc- 
die 138. J7i ui/ipH/weg: in/. 
ES-. I9i 96-. '8, 97- 17. 100. 6, 

ftFfitan, wv. cheei. comfort ; iiui, 

/TJ. 3.1. aret S4. ih\ fp, a.i.m. 

arcmeso. 15,141. ai- 
i/riAa^'wv.w-d.ara. hooouf; spare, 

pity; lo ariinae 71. 15; ind. 

prs. 3J. araB 13a. 16. 141. 39 ; 

tmp. arft iv. 31, 57 ; fp. gearod 

3a. 37. 
ttUniao, adj. Aiian ; d. v-'k. 



&rl6ut,/ wickelness, cruelty ; s. 

srkstein. i-g.pl. Brleutati.6. 
Brlice. adv. bonoutibly ; 36. 30. 
arod. adj. eneigetic, bold ; -xlr. 

se aroda i. 45; minvritt/M 

nrieda? 46. aJ*. 
arweoiVneB, / hoiioar, dignity; 



f'-e 






uwlertie, adj. honourable, vener- 
able; amyr6el]£. 4; Tuk. mi- 
Kfit-a 7. 35", 

naavau , rv. sow ; ind, pit. u- 
tieove 81, 6* : 3./- uiow St 



140. 19. M4- 'O 
17'; i-^- Pri. J-. 



9S- 



, 19' : psl. ascode 87. 11 ; 
iodeljfi.jj; ■hsode45. 14*; 

6j. J, 81- 35; acsige 131. ig. 
geaaolan, xw. le*m by ioqaln. 

ascerlaic ; //. geascod 139. ». 
aacierpan, wv. sbarpcD (si^l) ; 

iSj. pri. pi. asdtpaa 89- 16' ; 

pp. ascerped 47. IT. 
BBoortifui, VTB. fall short, (ail ; 

ind. prs. 3.J. ascortaS 44. 19. 
iisoufaa, ji>i. push away, r^iel ; 

jA/./«,a«:ufc38. 18. 
iaiyaiiz,/' inqiury, iavntigatloa ; 

f . aSCUDgX 117. 6; d. RKUDfp 

9i- '5', 144- 9. »"'- 4' : E«^ 
cuDge 148. 9 ; a. ausanga 1 1. 30, 

iaecBon, wi>. say, deliver (• dis- 
course), MSid w. spell ; fp. ttxd 
33- 10,48. Ji, 57. 1,60. 36,89. 

^ 4. 94- =S- 

&Higan,^i. sink down ; fip. tngen 

.^5- '6. 
aaiDgan, ivi. dog, recite: iu(^ 

71;. IcoS; 137. 31 : pp. asungen 

8. 15 &c : (c. gebed 8a. iS; 

iaungen fii. I, 70. i, 103, 14; 

asuncgen 58- 4. 
aaI6an, jv6. cut off (Imm^EI 

pil. of aslog 137, 9. " 




GLOSSARY 



315 



tatiern 



■■lapan, SV3. slip away ; iJ/. /i/. 

rfij. bi hi of asIepcD liii. 9. 
iamSasiui, im. examine, investi- 
gate ; 148. s*. 
bprlogon, fj. spring up ; (W. 

firi. 3 J. aipringeS ga. 1 ; si/'. 

psi. ispnuige 99. 14. 
iapyliui, uv. wash ODCself ; DJ. 

7. 
awa. lym. Bis; 114.31. 

1, K/i'. rait, govern ; ind. 
t, a»tyre»t 11. 15 ; astyrast 

>9- 'S*: 3-'-a'Iorftriji. 1. 
ljitiK>ii, Ji/i. xcead ; 81. 7, xx. 

»54 < if^-P't. "tag ii. 46. _ 
iatreooan. uii. stretch onl ; iW. 

psI. ulichte 8. 4* ; pp. istreabt 

1.80. 
ftatffloiui, wv. extirpate : sbj. 

frt. astyfecige 61. 7* (astilicige 

c). 

iatyrian, -aiv. move, agitate, 

rouse; astyiigan 13- 9 i >«^- 

pn. 1.1. astjrroS a?. i*\ fp. 

■styred 137. 7 ; asleied 30. 1 ; 

R.//.utcrcde 133. fi. 
iiwlndan, tvi'. Unguiih, grow 

enervated ; iW. firs. pi. aiwin- 

daS 81. 9; pp. n. pi. m. as- 

wundne 139. 9. 
tiTDdrui, wti. separate; //. asyn- 

dred 93. 6; tt.pl! m. aiyiidrede 

1.10. »5- 
Atellan, tmi. reckon ap ; 10. 4. 
itemliui, wv. tame ; //. a. i. /. 

atemede xiii. 19; n. pi. m. 

57. 15, xiii. 36. 
iMoD, !V». pluck sway, remove ; 

ationes. 8',xxii.J7; ind. prs. 

3j. alyhtS xii. 15 ; 3,^. atiht 

5j.11*; ilj. pr,. ateo ui. a; 

atio 51. 19*. 
Atrandlion, wv. trans, roll ; pp. 

alrendlod v. 17. 
fttrhtan. WD. entice : pp. atyhted 

1.8; n.*/. («. atehte7i. 11. 
U, m. oatli : //. aSas :o. i), iv. 

48:fl.i.»s- 
tfvnian, w. stretch, make u- 

tent (of the mind] ; pp. aOenod 

70. 18. 
IMoatrlui, vni. grow dim; ind. 



prs. pi. atleoatriatf 11. a*j pp. 

aBiilrod vi. 4. 
Mrtetan, /vi. be weary; 71. 19 ; 

11^. affroien xiix. 40. 
■Imetaa, ws. tram, weary ; pp. 

a. s. m. aStetne 135. 18 n. 
AweftlUo, rv. well up ; tW. pn. 

i.s. BwealleS V. \i. 
tweooan, wv. anmie, awaken ; 

85- "S i Pf- aweaht xxii, 40 ; 

Bweht 95. 15". 
Aweogan, vrv. move, remove ; pp. 

aweged 37. ) ; n. pi. m. awe- 

AwendAU, tav. luni away, avert; 

46. ao; >ioDwendaii 14a. aS* ; 

ind.prs.pl. awendaS I4I. j. 
Aweorpan, sv%. cast away, expel ; 

101. ai, xxiii. 6 ; ind. prs. Jj. 

iwiergan, ow. corse ; pp. n. pi. /. 
awirgede B. ai*, 

ftwlht, 1) pron. anything ; ii. 61 ; 
awuht xi. 9, xviiL 7, xx. 107, 
xxii. 46, XXV. 59 ; auht vi. 6, 
16, xi. 10. XI. 30, 166, III. 33 : 
so always in the prosi, 11. 16 
&c. ; d. ustd as adv. aahte Cy 
raaia ivi. ao. 2) adv. at all, in 
any degree; anht la. 7 &c. 

Itwindari, 1113. strip off; xxv. aa ; 
irtd.prs. 3 J. Bwint of iii. ao". 

pp. awriten 44. 5, 46. ay, 144.' 

6:f.//.awrilenrall.a8. 
ftwyrean, wv. do ; ind. pst. 

awyrhte 149. 16. 
ftwyrtwaUan, viv. root ap ; ind. 
prs. %.s. awyrtwalast 5a. 11, xii, 

a6 ; sij.prs. awyrtwalige 61. 8. 



bso, H. back; a. 8. 11; a. pi. 

bCdan, Tov. conipel ; ind. prs. 3.1. 

nede gebscdeB vi. 14 n. 
baiftan, adv. tchind ; bei bcxftan 




^Utras, nv. behave ; 36. ,^i ; 
gebieron 7». 3. 

bBiTiBii, i*v. /ritiu. bum : 113.151 
ind, prs, jj. btpmB 34, 38, 

bUui, tvr. bridle : ind. fsl. ^j. 
eebiclte xi. 76; i^a ikif, make 
fast pit. lij. 3 J. htrtle 1 44. Jl ; 
/>^. gebsM xi. 13. 

bKting, _^ cable of a Mp; a. 
bEtinEc 144. 31. 

baloa, wm. heap : a. balcan 37. S, 

b4ii, n. boae : n. fi/, 46. 17, ao, 
«■ J3. 35. 4»- 

bo, firep. w. d. 1") atlual JHXta- 
fBsilieH, by. near ; 19. 9. 74. 1, 
xix. ii ;bebcaileixix. 43; along, 
1»de y Kjoa wegc 131;. 3J. 2) 
menial juxtafodtion ; a) com- 
pated witb. 39. II. j) manner, 
by; bani^S be soule Sin.'de 6i;. 
30 ; be nanum ditle. in no degree 
130. 10; be imegiim dale 113. 
31; besDmumdtEle 15. 18 dec; 
be Diein diele log. 11 ; be Bscin 
diBle Be, in bo far ai 93. ij ; be 
him seUain bioa. by him self 
101. 3. () standard, means, 
judging by, by reference 10, 
by; Pr. 3, ^6. 10, S'- '9. ", 
■5+ ■">, 5^- '<S. 63- n, 9>- Ih 
06. I, loB. J7, 116. 30, 148.9: 
be Vxm, thereby 3S. lo Ac, ; be 
By 83. 1 &c. d) in connexion 
with, in the case of 36. 16, a8. 



', 70- J 



"3. 3». 



, . I. .1'. Z- . 
hwxm, \a what conneiion 96. 
13, 119. 19 : be Rxm Be. by 
lefeience to the fact that P8. I4 ; 
inoriler that 108. a, 131.4. < 
jBrming ehj. of \h. conceming, 
luarfy = yrab,/f. 33. 7 &c. an^ 
XXV. I, x«, 17; bi 13.14, 137. 
36. /) in proportion to, ncconJ- 
mg lo; be his o-mttlan Pr. 14: 
be Codes dome 37. 4; be Ha:5 
cyninges gebode 136. 14; be 
hire andefnc 73. 1,^ ; be Cxs 
gj1te» andefne 113. so ; be hire 
eearnnnge 81. ,^4 ; t/; 81. i ; be 
his andgites mxiSt Pr. 13. 145. 
9; i/. 147. 14, 46; be his gn- 



hb&B.r: 



1. J6. 



113. 3; ^beage 



bealoettan. uf. bclcb. bring Bp; 

)o bealcetenne 51. gn. 
bealooTBft, hi. r*il ait, soiceiy: 

d. fl. bslocrattnin xivj. 75. 
baam, n. Dee ; 117. 39. 
btiBmaoeadu. /. tree shade : d. 



beam! 






I. 33. 



- 34. ' 



48, xii. I . 

g. bearaa s«' *■ jO^ *8, 301 J. 

beamum xiix. 58. 68 ; a beun 

i3-i,»4i», }a- ^9n*-'- 
bMtmtoaen,<ii^. pregnanl : iijh. 

70. ti, 
beamlieit, f. chiidlrssness; d- 

heatnleste 24. lo*. 
btatAD. ni. fev. beat ; iad. fn. 

JJ intrant, beateD on ilaBo ri. 

151 fi/. front. beataB, belabour, 

bebeodui, wi. enjiun. command : 

ind. prs. IS. behlodc 89. 33; 

pn. 3X bebead 103. 6, I4J. 13 ; 

pp. beboden 40. 10, 34, 
bebod, n. coEDmand ; d. bcbode 

80. 3, XI, 69; //, g. beboda 



becerred xiii. 78. 

beorjopan, sVi. creep; fp. he tie 
becropcn x^v. 36. 

beouman, JV4. conie ; arrive, hap- 
pen, befall; tS. 33&c.(Mi/uL34; 
ind.frs. 3J. becymS 34, »», fii, 
3. >3i' If. i.tS. 19: //. bccDOuB 
33. 38, 30. 6, 38. 3; fill. 3J. 
10 monDDiD become, came into 
Ihe world, became a man Ijf . 1 1 ; 
3.J. bccom S. I, i. 77. ziii. 70; 
//, becoman Pr. 7 ; sbj. frs. 
become 10. 18, 35. 8. jo- '8; 
pit. I.I. become on ffioficolc. 






GLOSSARY 



217 



15. 11. JO. 18. 
Ccbed, H. prayer ; a. Zi. iS. 
bedft^n. vfv. depiive ; w.a. leg. 

pp. bedffiled 41. ly, 95. 18, 

iij. 33, 113. I, 11; n.pl.m. 

bedselde io3. 19,111.18,113.30. 
gcbsdmann, m. prie»t; a. pi. 

Bebedmen 40. 1 7. 
bsteabui, lav. eotnist, commit ; 

fp.\xix!t 40. la*. 
bafdn, rv. sunonnd, encompass ; 

ind. pri. 3J. befehB 5a. 15 ; //. 

behngen xi. »9, liji, 7 ; a. pl.f. 

bebngene 49. 3. 
beforan, I ) prep, a) vid. before, 

ID fioni o(^ in the presence of; 

(4. 10, 17. 8, 3J. 19, it. 13, 

loj. 3, 117. 17, ij6. 15, 149. 

8, mviii. 46. *) lo.a. to the 

presence of 36. 30. 2) adv. 

before, in front iv. 18; Hme, 

beforehand 144. 13. 
begin, anv. obierve, fulfil ; Sa 

gecynd b. viii. 17 ; ind. ptt.pl. 

0a gecynd beeodan 33. 37*. 
begang, m. circnit ; a. holma be- 

gong li. 30, 
bSBon. adj. both : 65. iS. 67. ■; ; 

n. ba twa 11. 76, 115; buta 

3S. II ; bato 85. 13; bntu xi. 

33, 19; d. bmn III. 17, 111. 

bOKieUn, 1115. get, obtain ; be- 
gitan, 1 1 timts,%i. 5 Bic. ; beget, 
engender J4. 8 ; tobegitannc S3- 
"O, 11. 55. 33, 56. 5, 56. 19: 
(wi. /ri, u. begitit 71, mn.; 
3J. bept 76, 37 i beget 76. 30 ; 
pi- begilaS 107. I, 140. 39;/!/. 
3.1. begeate 17. 14; s^. prs. 
begite 60. 19, 77. 34, 17, 88. 
17 ; begete 76. 19; pp. begiten 
54- 3°- 

bebealdan, m. a) keep, observe ; 
t) behold, look at ; ind.prs. 3./, 
behealt 16. 10 («) xpl. beh«Ids« 
73. 16 {b) ! pa. pi. beheoldon 
15.36(a) : I'ln/V. beheald 108.6; 
' J5- "4 (*) i '*/■ /"■ behealde 
46. 3 (*). 



behtewan, m. behead; heafde 

bebeawoD i. 43. 
behftfe, adj. aiiitable. becoming ; 

». t.f. behefn xii. J. ■ 
behellan, vrv. cover, conceal ; 

>7-»4; A». behelod 34. 13( «. 

>«./. behelede 16. l*. 
behindan, 1) prep. -a. d. behind ; 

lOj. IS, uvi. 33, xxix. 53. -2) 

adv. behind xxiv. 19. 
behfiflan, vm. need, require ; ind. 

frs. pi. behofiatJ 40. 33* ; sij. 

prs. pi. t>ehotigen 40. 33 n. 
bobwlerflui, ivp. tuni round ; be- 

bwerftn nlan, to encompass 85. 

33 ; pp. behwerfed 58. 3. «ii. 77. 
bflbi^dau, Jim. bide, conceal ; j^. 

behyd 34. II*. 
bslgan, ii'3. swell with anger, 

grow angiT ; ind. pit. 3J. ^x. 

hinc gcbcalg 61 . 1 7 ;/j).gebolgEn 

111. 30; n. //. m. gcbolgene 

«T. 4S n. 
beliosan, sv-, . surround ; ind. pri. 

pt. belicgaC xvi. 1 o. 
tnllmpan, ivj, TD.pnp.\,o; con- 
cern, pertain, belong; ind.pn. 

3.1. belimpet 16. 14 ; belimpS 

31. 37, 118. 8; m. to and g. 

39' <7i 3'' 7 ' pl- belimpaV 87. 

belucao, nii. lock up; 7. 14, i. 

73 ; Pf- "■ plf- belocena »8. IJ. 
beneah, svni. w. g. enjoy; //. 

benugon 57. 19- 
beneoSan, prip, w. d. benealh ; 

II. Ill ; benyBan 108. 30. 
bftnlman, iv^. deprive ; -w. a. & 

e- 113- 4,6, X. 39; sbj.prs.pl. 

13.4, 17-6, 17, 18, 30>iv- JJ. 

bSo, nff. bee ; 71. fi, iviii. 5. 

bSobrind, n. honeycomb ; bio- 
bread 51. 3 : bibread xii. 9. 

bfiodau, ail. offer ; xiti. 4a ; ind. 
fal. Z-s. head 66. 36, 143. 13' i 
tbj. prs.pl. biodan 57, 17*, 

bion, anv. be ; usual form in B, 
fq. 1 6. 3 ftc. ; but bion oicurs also ; 
bion is tht usual /arm in C, 
13. 16 &c.; iul t>eon 93. 31, 
130. 14, i»5. 10, 131. 14; 




beo l8. ii'i V. fill, mtaniiig 
bio loj. t, 140. 1; i.t. usmti 
/arm cut S. :S &c, xx. 1,45. 
&c. ; Htg. neail la. 15 tta. \ Uil 
a8. 13, loj. 14, Miv. 17: 3j. 
is and biCf indiffiriKtly. is 
Pr. 3 &c : w/^. nit 14. 1 &C.; 
bis II. 34 &c. : beoB 10. >]*, 
19. 6«, II. 3*. Ji- =9*. 36- '6*. 
36. 6*, 39. 6*, 70. j8* : bioB 
III. ai» ! by« 60. »;• ; pi. bioB 
& unl equally efitti ; beoS aJ0M/ 
15 A'm» in C, 15. 10 dec ; ir 
B beoS moj/ cammoH, 11. 17 
&c,; *«/ bioS ataut 7 rtliwi, 
jg. 7 &c; byofi 131- '6: smi 
usual/am, 9. 10 &c. ; Ax/ sind 

8. «•, y. I3», 18', 6s. 11 ; 
stent 37. 14; sent 3:. B*; send 
3,1. I s*, JO*, 11* ; ijut ii. 18 ; 
sindoB about 15 ft'mef in C, 14. 
7, iv. 44 See; in B, :6. i*, 
19*1 siodan 17. t8*; sieodon 

9. 36 ; aendflD 30. 1 1 seondui 
9- »6»; syndoo ao. 13" ; psi. i 
and 3.1. wxs 10. 18 Sec.: efiin 
nu I'm B, 7. 6 &c. ; Hig. hick 

91; 2.;. wcere It. 3 Arc; //. 
waeron 7. 3 Su^ ; naron 33. 33 ; 
sij. pT!. J. tuually sie 11.9 &c. ; 

IS. 34", 31.37', 35. 39', 57, 



9*. '"6- =3* " 



146. a 



■; ay 



27', 37. 34", 39. M* 53. I4' 
g6, 10*, 31', s8. 14*; beo 17. 
19, 69. 6", 58. i*; bio fij. 3, 
78. 10,85.30,130.1,137.3,7, 
X. fis : wow i«i. 3J : //■ "M 
33. 19 &c. : sin 38. 19*, 33. 30, 
30 N; sen 19. 37*, ly*, 31. 18*, 
3J. 33-; seon 31. Il>, 33. !&•, 
46. 9*, 70. i6'; beon 57. 15*: 
bion a8. 3, 37. i8*, 93, 14, 101. 
3, '13- 30. "7- Ml/"- "0=1= 



boorht, oi^; bright; 86. 9, : 

.9, xxn. 19: / fired. b« 

XU.9; «. w«. beorhtc 136.13; 

^, bcurtH, beochlei* t)l. tl: 

vik. bcorbtui lit. 14, jv. 11 ; 

d. wi. lo. 4; a. ndt. 10. S; fJ. 

«. IB. beoihEe, beorte" 10. 30. 

iv. 41 ; jtt. beoihtaa 10.6; d. 

m. beorbte ii. 8 ; icmfi. n. 1. n. 

beoitre95. 7*;a.j.ii.bcrhlre»>ii. 

31 ; a. pi. m. beoihlran iii. 17. 
beoibte, ado. 81. 35, 95. 11, uii. 

35, ixviii. 37 ; iBiHfi. beoihtDi 

81. I. 86. 7, III. 17: tup. 

beoibtost 31. 3, *. 3; bcOTIMI 

131. 10 (berrhlost B). 
baorhtoea,/. brigbmcu; 11.3', 

89. 18', xxi. 31,41. 
beom, at. wnnioi, (biB*e) s 

i. 51 ; g. beomcs V" 



beomi 



1.75. 



m 



bepriAwon, jvr. wink : 

prewui 44. 14* n. 
beriad&n, nv. deprive; 



bonm, n/4. bear, snppoit ; tad. 
3.J. bitest XX. 376: brisl8». 15'; 
3.J. byrB 139. lO; pp. boiai'- 

133. 3 ; n.pl.m. geboreue 35. i. 

bBrfiftfloD, ov, rob, deprive ; 13. 
10, ix. 50; ind. pit. ij. bcrci- 
last 10. 13 ; 3.;. bctcftfaO 10. 7. 
'33. 31, iv, 10 : fist. pi. bcm- 
fodon 8. lO; fp. bercsfod 13. 
18, xxii.50:bcreBfad uviii. 41; 
H.pl. m. bere»fode66. >i. 

beriepsn, vm. rob, deprive; ttld. 
pit. pi. beryptOQ ii. 1 ». 

baiaielBO, lira, look, gaie; iatf. 
Prs. i.i, bcscyist ... on 131. 30. 

beieon, ivs,. look, gaie; mJ. 
p,s. pi. on bcaotS 145. 35; pit. 
s. rjlx, bese*h be bint, looked 
ronnd E03. 13 ; thj. firi. bine 
liesio lu, . . 103. t(i ; /f/.i.binc 
nntlctbLcc liesawe 103. 7, 8- 

besliepan, mi, slip, place; iiut. 



pst. 3.1. ho hefig geoc he beslepte 

40. I«, 
beamIUii,jfi.(lelilB;//.besiiiiteii 

U- 3, viii- 33- 
beeorg, ailj. deserving c»re, dear, 

precious; ic/t. besQrgoit 6(3. 31 ; 



brntTmuD, ■am. assail, distarb; 

ind.fn.fl. bestynnaO 9. 11. 
beawemiiuui, tov. make swim ; 

fp. n.pl. «. beiwemde 115. 8. 
bonriQ, m. deceit, deception ; i. 

biiwice 30. 5, 
b«mIcMi, ^i. deceive; 15. 6; 

ind. prs. 3.1. beswicC 41. 10, 
; ibj.pn. bcswice 8a, le ; 



//■" 



'.. bes»i 



a. pi. m. beswicene 19. 17. 
boBwiDgaii, sv^. beal, scourge; 

//. beswnDgeo ill. 30, uv. 46. 
beayliui, vru. soil, slain ; pp. 

bcsyled on blode 40. i*. 

bfitMi, ■Bw. improve ; utiii. 9 ; 

eebetau 60. 13, 14, 113. 13, 

134. 6 ; ind. pri. 3.J. gcbel 47. 

30; pi. gebetaS 89. I4, xxi. 13; 

sbj. prs. gebete 103. 11 ; pi. 

gebeten, atone for 143. 39. 
boter*, V. tfA. 

betnmg,/ iinprovemenl; 113. 15. 
betat, betata, v. sfid, wel. 
batweoz, prep. id. d. between. 



betwi 



•■ r*, 49. 1 



betweox 113. a6; belwyi lot. 
II*; betwuh 38. 19*, 39. 15*, 
70. »4», ij6. 17' 134. 37, j8, 



136- I 






ao; betweoh 13S. iS, 14S. 4, 
mtviii. 5» ; belwnht 136. 6*. 

boSearf, ram. iti. g. need ; ind. 
prs. I. 31. 19, 59. a8, 75. ;, 3a, 
96. 3a;//.beHurloD3i. ai, 60. 5, 
147. 8 ; pit. ij. beCorfte 97. 3 ; 
sbj. prs. 3./. beCuife 31 . Jo ; pst. 
ij. beSorfte 79. 10. 

bOtteooan, wv. cover;//, bcffcsht 
-- ^^i. 43- 



bewe»l vlan, 11/1'. wallow; fiui/rt. 

//. 'Jlx. bewealwiaS bi 1 1 5. 9. 
b«wegui, sji^. cover ; ind. pU. J.j. 

bcwaig 1J7. 13. 
bewendan, tvi. inlrans. tDm; 

ind. psl. 3.J. bcwendc 9. i. 
bawooTpon, ivi. throw, plunge ; 

ind. psl. 3.1. hwsc beweatp 0e 

m 0.. out .J. .0. 
bewerbui, vrv. defend ; //. be- 

weroCga. t*. 
benitlMi, urn. observe, perform; 

bewitigan 17. 17: sbj. prs, 3j. 

siS bewitige iv. 16. 
bewr«oii,jiri.).wrBp up. conceal; 

pf. bewrigen to. 33, it. 47, 

viii. J9. 
bldan, ml. vi.g. wait, await ; ge- 

bidui 134. 6, xxvii. T, 17 ; ge* 

bidon 114. 10; ind. prs. 3.1. 

gebii 119. 3a ; sbj. prs. gebide 

ao, 3t. 
biddan, jvf. pray, pray for ; 79. 

3, 5, 6, IM- I', A 15. >8. 

I. 3 ; ind. prs. 1 .1. bidde 140. 3 ; 

ij. bitst SI. 3; 3.J. bil Pr. 10, 

59. a6 ; ^. rflx, we ut ecbiddaS 

143. I ; //(. 3 J. bide 139. ag ; 

,3.1. bed 101. 39, i.64;//. bodon 

7. 13; tie wit one to gebsdon 

100. 39; sbj. prs.h\AAt 50, 35; 
gebidiJe Pr, ti; pil. bafde 133. 

bieciuui, v/v. denote, lignify ; bec- 
□aa si. 79; gebccnan 14. 14, 

101. la ; gebeacnian 101. ij». 
biesan, iw, Irani, bend ; began 

57. la*; ind. prs. 3.J. b^ 

xiii. 3i-'*//"-bygeiiii. S3- 
geblerhtam, . vni. make bright ; 

ind.prs. 3.J. gerberhteO ui. 3a ; 

gebirbt 89. lo* ; //. «. //. m. 

gebirhte 86. 6. 
bierbto, f. biightneu ; birblu 

81. 35, 8j. 13, vi. 6, XX. 369; 

a. 89. 30*, 13*; beorhto xxl. 

39 ; Inoihto 141. 14*. 
bienuu, sv}y. barn, be on lire; 

ind. pres. 3.1. bymeV Tiii. $0 ; 




byrnS viii. 45; fsl. 3.1, bam 
39. lo; ibj. 3.4. borne 39. ii, 
U. 17 ; prs. p. bitnendc 34. 9*, 
i% N; bymeniie 34. 7*; uttd 
at adj. at. m. byrnencii 34. 18. 

btftui, iw. tremble ; iiui, fil. i.pl. 
biledoii 10). 6. 

bllBwit,!)!^*. g(-n[le,kind 1 101.61), 
»5S, 369- 

bilswitluw, /. geDtlenen, kind- 
nen ; g, biUwitnetse 1 iS. 8. 

bill, n. swoid : d.fil. billam ii. 30, 

billradu,/ red swoid-djre, blood? 
a, billrude viii. 34, 

bindaii, ivy bind, fctlcr, 37. S ; 
geiAadut iS. 17, 66. 311 inJ. 
firs. 3J. gebinB 47, 11 -, pi. gc 
bind>0 38. 31 j fill. )j. gebimdc 
81. 6; lij. psi. 3J. gcbonde 
^- •? i ffi gebunden 14. n, 37. 
9, 8a 3, loj. 30, *. 35, XX. 67, 
153. »"'. gfi: o- ^- «". ge. 
bundcnne. cnplitiiled 50. 9 ; n. 
pi. m. gebnndene 108. 7. 

blnnan. /«/. m. rf. within ; 31, 
31, loS. It ; beinniD S. 3. 

biBBimn.iwf. occupy, trouble; iW. 
pU. .1,//, bisgodao Pr. 6" ; tij. 



firs. %.pL byiigen i 
\i»KO,f. ocinipatlon, ttoable;//. 
M. l^gQ Pr. 6* ; d. bisgum Pr. 



bysegum 11. asS- 
blaKong,/ affliction ; d. biigmiga 

95- »3'. 
biamertui, vm. tevilc. mock ; m, 

g. bismrinn 33. 16; ind. fsl. 

J J. w. a. luimrode 45. 6. 
blsiL, /. eiarople; bisen .m. »• ; 

bywti !i3. 9, xii. 7 : g. bisne 63. 

It*; biaeiK 39. ao* ; d. biuie 

85. J3'; byane 1 iS. 17, xx. 43 ; 

byieie 51. 19; a. biane $1. ai, 

85.i»,i3J,2i,i39.is,i4s.i7; 

byane 97. 18 ; //. bitna 139. 6*; 

g. bicKOR 65. 11; a. bisDB loi. 

9, to, loS. 1 ; biseaa 104. 15. 
blaniui, wv. sel an example ; hid. 

fisl. 3.1. bisnode 79. 16 ; fit. 

iMinodon 134. I. 
btapeU, n. example, pamble ; a. 

101. 15. jj, Ii4.i,ia6.i3-.//. 



9! Uapel 101. i. 
biter, adj. Utter ; 31. l ; g. 

hilcTcs 51. 3*; bitrra xii. 11, 

xivii. 7 ; d. -aik, iiitCTBii viii. ^4; 

a. m. bitfnie I3J. 7, 9 ; /f. ■,/ 

bilere 50, >l. 
bitere, oiAi. bitterly : ii. ij. 
bltSPtio*. / bittemcss; a. Wcei- 



biwin. / 



e 40. 2 






blfto, adj, brigbt ; d. blactmi i*. B ; 
tvk. blacan 10. >;. 

bliee, adj. black ; 145. 14, 

blandao, rv. mil, blend; pp. 
geblonden v. 19, xx. 81. 

blice, adv. livldly, with livid 
(lame ; blate forbxniO ; viiL 
54: b. TorbiEniui xx. II5. 

bliwon, rsi. iiUnais. blow {cf tbo 
wind'i ; (Hrf. firs. JJ. M»»ttl 
ji. 4-, vii. ji; bliwfl vi. Si 
shj.prs. i.s. blawe ij. 13. 

bl6d./ aboot. branch, fmjl ; //. </. 
bledmn 91. 1 ; a. bleda 156. tA, 
i7.xxix,6o. 

blendftn, nv. blind ; i*W. /n. fj. 
blent 131. ifi. 

blSo, It. colour, appeanncE : 
blioh xiiL 4 i rf. /A t' 
3.1. 30. 

blican, fvi. ahine ; 

blind, a^'. blind; 

6 ; ^. n't. bltDidan 15. j 

blindne B. to, ii. 10 ; fit. a 

blindeiii.sa: lelcea donm On 
bliade 74. 6. 

bliaa, /. joy; blia 74. I4«, 73. 
3., 76. 4, »6. IS, 8;. is: f 
tOiuc 56. If ; a. blisK, bvov 
loj. 16, ii. 15 : «. fJ. UiiH. 
joys JO. 17. 

bliasiui, mi. gladden ; iitJ, //>. 
3J. gebliaad 54. 35. 

bllBe, adj. joyful, glad : 53. 14, 
75- i°i 94' '8 ; rf. /if. blMhiin 
wordnni 8. 16 : bli&um ca^m 
10. 39 ; eomp. blitSta 39. 1 j, ii. 



bliltnoa, /, joy 



M 




GLOSSARY 



331 



bUd, H. blo«d : g. Model 57. 
II, xiii. 13: oflele btodei, let 
blood 66. 19 ; d. blode 34. 4, 

40. 3, Tiii. 34, in. 59. 
bldatnik, ivm, blosom, flower ; 

//. n. bloelmui v). 10 ; blos- 
mui 11. 5*; ^, blostmxDa 39. 
II*; ^. bloslmam 71. 19, 9]. 
1 : u. bloEtmui 11. 10, 17. 15. 
bl6wut, rv. bloom ; ind. prt. ^.s. 
bloweC XI. 99 ; blewO 80. 

boo,/ book : 38. 6, 103. iJ, 139. 
17; d. bee about 15 timet, 
Pr. t. Slc. and xxv. 54; b«c 

41. iB'i a. boc Pr. B, 11;//. 
bee 65. I>: f. boca 11. iB, 
43. 6, i. 51 ; d. bocnm 41. J7, 
143. 13; a. bee 11. 39, 30. 

booomft, m. book loming, litera- 
ture ; d. pi. boccrKftum 7. 11. 
b6cl<Bd(in, R. vrritten Latio ; d. of 

boclEedene Pr. 3. 
gebod, n. cOQimand ; 143.1};!^. 

gebode 136. 14, uix. 56. 
boda, ivm. meEsenger, benJd ; 

10.V 16. 
bodlAD. wv. proclaiin, berald ; 

ind. prs. 3.1. bodaS 136, 5; he 

&x% bodaO Mil. a3 ; pst. 3,1, 

bodode w. g. 45. 6. 
b<>B, fi. bough, branch ; a. boh 

57. 23*, xiii. S3 ; d. pi. boenm 

91. 1. 
bM,/! improvement, cnre ; J. bote 

9.8. 
brad, adj. broad 87. 4 ; widelj 

known AS. 11 ; 1/. bradtim 41. 

95 ; ici. bridan 41. 15*. 
brfidftn, urf. extend : gebrxdan 

49. 14, xl. 66 ; to bcKdanne 41. 

II ; to gebtxdnnne 43. 15 ; itid. 

prs. 3.1. intrani. bmd xx. 99 ; 

ibj. prs. i.pl. brteden 68. ao ; 

gebraedan 53. 3i». 
breding, /. widening, extension ; 

g. bnedinge 46. 6*. 
bnoan, 104. break ; 57. 13. 
brad, H. board 1 d. brede 41. ij 

(brede B). 
bregd&n, jt>3. hleolSnim brtegdan, 

modulate their long xiii. 47. 



bieco, m. chief, king ; xx. 43. 
brdoat, », breast, beait, mind; 
d. pi. breostum xix. 30, xxi. 

17, xxii. 64, XIV. ..5. 

brtostoofa, wm. mind, heart ; d. 

breosCcoIan ii. 31. 
biidsl, m. bridle ; d. bridle 49. 3, 

xi. 39, 79, xiii. 37 1 a. htidel 

105. t8 ; pl.g. bridla 49. 38, xi. 

76 : d. bridlnm 57. 3, liii, 3, 
brldlian, wv. bridle, cnrh ; pp. 

<^t'f- fiebridlode 49. j8*. 
bringaii, vni. bring, lead ; 71.11, 

143. 10; for forCbringan 41. I ; 

gebringan 7. 19, 14, 14. 8, 16. 

17,71. "*; brenqan 17. 13*, 

»5, '4J. 8; pTebirth to70. ai; 

ind, prs. l_r. bringe 9. 19; 

gebiinge 18. 8, 9; 3.1. bringeS 

a- S9. 63. "'*- 67 : bringC 48. 

7, 49. 11 ; -fortrbringC 80. (7 ; 

breugeft xiix. 13; brengS.37. 

31.39. 10.61, jB, 138.33,136. 

14, XX. 101 ; gebrengS 131. 5; 

brencS liii. 60 ; biyngS I36. 

i6* ; //. bringaC 70. 14 ; bren- 

gaff u. 75 : pst. brobte 60. 3) ; 

gebrohle 11. 11, 17.13; 'h- 

«'s. brenge 130, 18 ; pt. 
rohte 33. 19, 103. 90, xit. 17, 
xiv. ii:/Afi' 



broo, n. affliction, evil ; 33. 5 ; 

d. broce 133. 36; a. broc 13 J. 5. 
brooian, vni. afRict, harm ; ind. 

prs. i.pl. btociaC 134. 7. 
br6Ks, lum. terror ; 104. 15. 
bToanian, wo. decay, peri^ ; prs. 
p. used as adj. tes brosniuda 

wda 35- »6. 
brdSor, n. brother ; a. 39. 13, ix. 

38. 
braoan, /113. ni.f. enjoj,iue; 17. 

j6, 4S-30. 63- >8, 71. 30, 80. 

30, u. 108, iixL 9 : ID brucanne 

19. 33, 14. 11 ; ind. prs. 3.J. 

W;c6 34. 18, 47. 33 ; //. bni- 

caS 134. 33; fit. 3J. brace 15. 

15 r 3J. breac* i, 75 ; ttj. prs. 



GLOSSARY 






bran, adj. brown ; 

brf d,/, bride, wife: a.bryde ix. 30. 
bTTTdkn, iDf. incite, ntgc on ; 

iW. pri. 3.1. Iiryrtt liii. 3. 
bufkn, fref. »bove, 1) iw. </. So. 

'5i 'OS- '5; Ije "f*" '°8. low. 

2) a. a. moliBH, iS, 13. 
bUBUt, tvi, tHlrani. bow down, 

stoop ; gebugitn xxv. 64. 
bugiui, TDT'. dwelt, inliabit ; ge- 

bngiaa 41. 3 ; to bagianne 40. 

II. 41. 9; i>ft/. frs.pt, bngiaO 

41. 13, Ji, 43. 10; bogia8 4]. 

bnra,/. fortified town, town; g. 

burge 43. 1, II, 43. 18: d. 

byrig 99. 10, 104. aS, i. 37 ; 

Rome byrig i. 46 ; a. Troia 

borg xxvi, ao; bung 7. a* ix. 

lo Q) ; //. g. bn^ i. 18, iv. 

41 ; i/. burgum r. .1 ; xtM. ij. 
bDrgalttend, m. lown-^wellet, 

ciCiKo ; n. //. bnrgsiltende 

)m»il. 17. 
bucffWMS, m. pi. town-dwelters ; 

Jl. 18; ^. hui^WBTB 11. 14; 

d. burgwanim II. 13, x. 47. 
bnzna, -wm. brook ; v. 1 g ; ^ . 

bninan viii. 3 8. 
baton, 1) adv. outside, 67. 3. 



2)/ 






5; balan 31. a6, 55. 15. *) 
wilboul (line) ; bnton about 
3S timet, 11. 6 &c. : batan 
about 10 timti, 13. 17 Ac; 
WMi/ a; oAi. batau Si. 30, 
144. 33. f) encept, bulon lo 
tmei, iS. 10 ftc an/ liii. tj, 
XI. 13G. 189: bnlftn J timii, 
9. 14 &C. oiri/ IT, 37, xxvi. 89. 

cept, fq. baton oAw/ 40 limei, 
18.39. X. S4&C.; butuia^Eff 10 
ft'n^.;. 16, 18 ac. : bulei3J. 15. 
4) a^trsalivi cohJ. bot ; bnton 
8. 30, 33. 3(1, 40. 9, 70. 36 ; 
bote 91. 9. 6) €Bnj. JO. shj. 
anleisi baton ohiml 18 times, 
13. 30 &C.; butan 9. 7, .n. 



bnla I 



iS». 



, 16, 




byogan. af. acquire b7 p 

acquire the power ; gebycgan ^ 
ic mote 89. 30 ; gebjcggan 48. 
I !• ; ind. prs. pi. gebyc^S 

133- '^ : PP- gebohtSEt tin 

48. 14. 16, 18. S4-6. 89. 37- 

gebyrd,/. birth, descent; //. /. 

Etbyrfa ri. 14, 46. 13; rfgic- 
fidnm 34. 3, 4, 68, j8, 69. 35. 
gebyrde, adj. natural ; n. i. M, ne 

biro nis gebyrde > ... 30. 3*. 
gebyrlan, a*, happen j 139. 14] 
gehyrigan iv. 1 1 ; ind. pn. 3J. 
ficbyic-S 47, 6, 57, lo, «. (I. 
77-8. 99. 17, 111. J3, 131. 3, 
131- 30. 3>. >33- ■». >35- '; 
falls to, twlongs 113. 18 ; ge- 
bereB 114. 11 ; psl. ^"tifrtAt 
jr-9*.+4-»*.7t->*,99 '4. "S- 
■* ■ gebcrcde 36. 33, 



70. : 



■ 3< : 6^ 



, /i/. pn. gc- 
b)"iEe46. II, 125.31. 117. ig*, 
140.4: geberige I3f. 34: ge- 
bergie 117. 19: pp. bid weai 
gebyrcd 140. s, 6 ».; wseicwcas 
gebyred 140. it; sie we Mp- 
bered [40. 13. S^H 



c&f, fii^'. aclive^ vigorous; fPMP 
n. //. cafian 88. 33. 

cstortnn, m. courtyard. enclosure; 



oalan, n^. be cold : imptri. m. t. 

sbj. prs. ole*. kale 60. 11. 
campiteda, n. battlefield; a. 

campsled ix 



ecogDue 



133. 30 W: i-t- on 63. 16, 
17 (a), 133. 10 £">; COD 60, 
3o(b), i3i. 35(*);y.cninion 
M- 17 («>. 6'- IS ("). ij"- I* 
(*), .3»- n(*l, xi.9(«)! .w- 
Irai/td V. wilon 48. 15 (a) ; fat, 
ij. cafiesi 48. 16 (4) j 3.J. eaKe 
viii. 33 (J) i uvi. S3 (*)://. 



GLOSSARY 



caltoa 33- »9 {*); itf.fn.emat 
xiiL 51 (4);Sucaiioe'^...30.9i 
fl. cnDDcn log. 31 (i); fil. 
cutSe 7s- ", 10- 9 (a), 15. 14 
(*};/;. cnBen 56. »8 (*). 

oapitulft, tvM. chapter; f. capi- 
lulan 7 J. 15. 

oarcsm, n. piisoD, dungeoa; d. 
catcerne 8. 3, 45. i8, i. 73; a. 
caicRne 7- 14, iii. 15 ; carcem 

oaru.yisoirDW,£Tiefj n-caretj. 30. 



mperor ; 



>, 6i; 



knsere 7. 3t ; ;. kueres 

16*; d. caiere 34. 14, 66. 31, 

wivi. 6 J kuere 66. 3i\ iij, 

'S*. '7*. >9' : Tfitat 39. l8», 

30*1 a. pi. casemm 7. :6. 
oetUihaUiuiB, / langlitec ; a, 

cebheltnnge 36. I. 
oesld, adj. cold; ix. 78; vik. 

cealda ixiv. la ; ccald 80. 6*, 

7*, KX. 80; ceald grsceafc xi. 

119;/ ai*. cealdeix. 100, iiii. 

S4 1 n. ceald 49. 7a, Bo. 6, xx. 

77, uvi. 18; 1/. ceuldum xx. 

90 ; wt. cealdan So. 9, 13, 105. 

19; a. /. calde riii. 19; wk. 

cealdan So. 13; H. cold li. 59; 

//. «./. cealda xx. 76. 
oOMteT, /. city; i/, ceaMre uS. 

8, 141.7; a. 96. 17, i. 66. 

■ ■■ ^ pi. cem. 






73- 



'^o^ 



Otol, n, ship; 1/, ceolc 
a. Criereffie ceol zxvi 

xxvi. 33. 

cworfan, tvi. cat ; tbj. prs. j.j. 
ceotfe bimof 114. 16. 

osorl, n. free man, man; xil. tl', 
n. pi. ccorlaa 108. 9. 

060MUI. nri. cbooM; ind. pit. 
1.1. gecnre 16. 37 ; 3.1. geceas 
JO. 13. 66. 18; J*/, prs. i.pl. 
gecLosen 138. 3a; pu. gecure 
XT. II ; pp It. pi. m. gecoreoe, 
cboKD, diitiDgtiished 41. 11, 
64. i* (gtcor 



81.9", 136. ij*T cele XX. no, 
igS; cyle 49. 3*; a. die xxix. 
so; cele XX. 113. 

olspa, wm. trader; cepa 34. i, 
»iii. 99. 

olspan, lev. bujr ; ind. pil. ^4. 
diore gecepte livi. 19. 

cdepemaan, m. merchant, trader ; 
H. pi. cepemen 4]. 31. 

oiorr. m. time, occuion ; d. « 
lomamcierre ix. 93: set su mum 
cyrre 39. 19"; «t oOium certe 
95- 98». 

olerr&D, wv. inlrans. tum, retom ; 
gecyrran li. 37 ; to gecemuine 
139. 30; ind. prs. 3J. ceneS 
'*^^- fio; geceneti xxviii. 61; 
pi. gecienaC, gecyrtaH* 119. 
33 ; ps*. 3-1- cerde 36. 3* ; bam 
cerde 1 15. 19* ; sbj. prs. gecirre 
9- 8»; Becetrc hine 95. 11. 

olid, H. cbild ; 94. 1 7, 1 99. 9 ; a. 
100. 5 : n. pi. cild 108. 8, 10. 

□Ine, i^, chink, crack ; a. ciiuui 
97. 14. 

ore, m. sproQt, ihoot ; pi. g. citfa 

oUbiio, adj. clean, pure ; d. claennm 
149. 33, xii. 5 ; a. m. claeiiae 
109. 37 ; pi. a. n. clame 147. 35. 

oUfolla, adf. pure ; d. i. /. 
claenlicre jo. 1 ; a. s.f. claenlicc 
li. 9a. 

olBonea, f. purily ; d. clsauieise 

ol*n«iftn, a*, purify ; //. ge- 

clsenaod*, geclxsnod l9o. 14. 
Olinmne, /! purifying ; 133. 95- 
obunin. m. bond, chain ; d. pi. 

clammum i. 83. 
oliSM,//. m. clothes ; 30. 9, 40. 

13; g. cUBa 30. 17. III. »4, 

XIV. 33. 
oUf,«. cliff; i/. ctifev. 13. 
oUflui, vm. adhere, cleave ; ic. 

on 37. 3S. 38. "3; cleofian 

38. 33 (J); cliofian37. 35 (J). 
oliplan, ■aw. call ; xxvi. 85 ; lo 

Gode cleopian 9. 19* ; ind. 

psi. dipode 8. 11*, 11. 13; 

deopodc 8. 31, 103. 4, i. 83 ; 

cleopode to him 50. lo. 




ol&d, H. tock ; d, pi. cludam 91. 

tS. 
oluator, n. lock, bar, priioo ; a. 

claMer L 73. 
geoDftwBQ, rv. know, recogmie, 

UDdersUnd ; 51. 10, ta, 56. 18, 

74. 18. "S'- 30, lii. 13. xii. 

31 ; ind.ptt. 3.1. gecneow 9. I. 
oniht. iR. boy, young mm : 7B. 

iS; a. 7.V 4: H. fi. cnibtiu, 

retaiDen, followers xxvi. 85. 
olxLbtta&d, Hf. youth ; d. oa cniht- 

hade ui. 3. 
OBiMaii, rv. ■ssign, atlribute; //■ 

gecDodea i, 31, 
onoU, m. talUock, bill ; a. 16. 14. 
061, aJj. cool ; n. T. 13. 
ooiuuC >H' cooiu! ; 7. II. 
gecSplioe.aA'.finingly.well; 8.S. 
eocD, H, grain, seed ; 95. ij, 15, 

xiii. 37, ,0. 
oortter, n. Iioop, compotiy ; d. 

coriSre xxvi. 85. 
ooap, n. fett«i ; a. fl. conpas 

116.15. 
iKiniae, ado. foully, misoxbly ; 

IJIV. 36. 

cnoft, tH. iklll, ftcutty. vitine, 
power: 38.9,x.37&c. if.crteftes 
loS. 39 &C. e»/ I. 39 ; ait, 37. 
II, 40. 14; d. cneTte 30. g, m. 
9 6ic \ a. cneft 30. 1 1 &c mi/ 
IX, 196; pi. Jt«, -virtocs, H. 
ciTcCtfls 10. 10, iv. 4J &c. : g, 
CTEcflB 11. 9 &c. aW x>. I Ig ; 
d. cTEftuni 35. 14 &c- ani/ iv. 
Ilia. crxfl>s 44- 31 &i:. am/ 
mt. 7. 

omftiB, a./;, titilful, povreiful ; 
log. iS 1 Elcei Singes c x. si ; 
■aik. [cic crxftega liS. 17 ; 
Cneftga il. gi ; g. tai. cneTtgan 
xxir. 51 ; d, Ti>b. aathcgui- 46. 
iS*; pi. n. crxftei full cnefligc 
I J3. 7 ; ««/. craefiigra 79. 14 ; 
tup, cneftigait iii. 1. 

ortolM, oi^. Gieelc ; g. pi. ere- 

cntopau, mi. creep; 107. 16; 
atd. pn. i.s. criepB 107. 18; 
pi. creopaO xixi. 6 ; j4/, ^ri. 
creopc 91, 36. 



criaMa, a<^l Chnttun ; 7. C ; k 

orlaMDdom, m. ChiUtianity ; ^. 

cnsleodome 7. 11*; ctiilenaii- 

dome 7. l4*. 
aulpian, trf. crioge, fawn ; tv. lu 

71. J4. 
Duma, itjw, new urival, Etrai^;ef ; 

a. cunian 36. 30, 37. j. 
Dtunui, ni^. come : 33. 6, L 83 

lie. ; to CQRjanno fj. 11 ftc: 

ind.pn. 3.J. cyincst cti*. 47: 

cymst 105. »o* ; 3 j. cymeO at 



60. X 



.61,1 



'• 43. : 



10, 39, 56 : utualffrm m 
ikt prsit cyinS >o. 15 &c. «ai/ 
n. 1 1, iviL ig ; gceymS 93. 4 : 
cirnS 140. s; CcmS II7, t6; 
^/. curanO 1 3. 8, ni. 44 Am. ; 
cume wil 148. 5 ; pit. 1... cone 
104, 18, 146. 19: 3.1. com 13. 
£, IX. 30 &c. ; com diet gui S. 
16: //. comon 17, 18; »viL3 
&c. ; coman J3. Jy^, 69. 18' ; 
sbj.frs.zatas 1 3. 5, xiiL 76 *t ; 
pit. come 43. 9, 84, 14. 16, IS, 
i4a6. iiriii. 71 ■■ 



oi^, iii^'. known, evidenl, I. . . 
lo. 9, xiTJ. 60 : /. cnOe xt 
S3: n-cuB 54. »l, 84. 5.1 
7. 144. iJ.ix. s, xxvi. II. .. 
a.f. cdSc ii. 8 ; n. //. a. cqS 

iiii. (•: a. m. cqCg 4 

fow/. H. J, II. cnBre jt. 1 

ow6maii, Tov. nij/, pita 
cwcmannel33. 14. 

owotan, jtij.uy, speak { 10.5,8. 
]>. 13, xii*. 4S ; cwseVaQ 109. 
7; iHd.pn. 1.7. cwe^ 7S. 13, 
>^3- IS- '7 1 cwitte 50. 18' ; »J. 
cwist IJ. 17, 19. iS, »o. 13,17. 
J4. 31. 77. ai ! cwya 12. 30. 
17. 11; cwest 119. i9>; ^j. 
cwi« 70. 15, 8». 39, 137. jg,i4C>. 
4;//.cwe»i8l9, 11,58.14.85. 
30, 3J, 88. ti, 107. »8, 114. 11 : 
pit. 1 J. cwseS 46. 17, X. 35 Ac 



cwiet 65. 5* ; i.i. cirxde it. ii 
Sic. ; jj. cwseC, viry fq.esp. in 
fkraset, 6a cwseS he, Cui cwseB 
Sc, 8. 5, vi. » Ac ; in C. /?. 
con(r, /n cwS 77. 34 &c. ; //. 
cv^on 76.8, 114. iQ, J40. 10; 
shj. pri. cweSe 47. 11 ; cwtcffe 
/W-A. eanfuaJvi. cwa^e 6j. 19, 
■3'- '3; /'■ cweBan, cwieCoii" 
137. li; pst cwaede 9. J3 ; prs. 
p. cweCcnde 10. 18. 

owlo, adj. living, alive ; -wk, 
cwncB 109. 19 ; / cwnco 91. 9 ; 
g. cwuces 91. 3 ; a. cwucone, 
cwncene* 109. iS ; /. cwuce 9'- 
6; p/.n./.,:wB(S 116. 17; ^. 
cwnce™ 145. Jj. xjcix. 79. 

owlddang, /. laying, report ; d, 
cwidtiunge 45. 3. 

owido, M, saying: 9' >i> Jl- to, 
110.30,143.14; principle, 78. 
16 ; a. 33. 13; 3.//.cwid»»ls. 
16, MPr. 5. 

owieliiiui, Tim. kill ; lij. pi/. 
cwelmde ii. 47. 

071110, IB. coming, advent; 11.136. 5. 

geoyud, / n. nalnre, kind;^ 30. 
'3. 37- '9. 58- 'O. XI. 187 ; H. 
aieut 8 //out, 38. 13 &c. ; 
unctrl. aicut 7 limn, 3a, 18 
&c.; i". geoyndei 57. 14. '8, 
liii. la, 67, Mvii. 7: natural 
function 93. 17 ; gecynde 17. 16, 
31.6,9]. 23; i/. gecyndeyi ataul 
6 timts, f}. 14 &c. ; «. a&M 

5 linti, 31. 5 &c. ««rf ». 33 ; 
umtri. about 13 times, 41. 11 
St. anrf zx. 76 : a. gecjmd / 
33. 37 1 natnral desire 114. 10, 
11, viii. 17; n. IS. a6, 9>-3l. 
93. II, xxviii. 6] : HRi'^rf. a^H/ 

6 limes, 16. 18 &c, ; cynd 
98. 11; eecynde 57. 25, 93. 24, 
108. 6, illi. ss ; R. //. n. gecynd 
'9' '9! g-S^y^^* Si- iSi 19- 
a. 7 81. 17. 

geoynde, adj. natural, suitable ; 
30. lo, 63. 19, I33. 9i "'*■ 
gecjnda 38- 9 ; / E»:3™<1« 93- 
1 6 ! «. alUmt 7 limes, 30. i flic. ; 
«./. li. 14;//. "■ gecyndc30. 
3 ; a. i. 6. 



^ARY 325 

geoTiidello, adj. natnral, titting ; 
"■ 31. I i ^. gecyodclicea 39. la, 

64. 3, 114. 6; a.f. gecyodelice 
48. 28; n. gecyndelic 3'- *5. 
S3- >i. 63- '5. ^*- '7; tok. 
gecyndelice 64. ^, 9;!. 29, 114. 
17 i Biet gecyDdelic god 95. 26. 

georndsline, adv. naturally, suit- 
ably ; 54. 12,98.3. 

crtMOTHi], «. royal family: g- 
cj-necynoes 115. )S. xxvi. 41. 

OTiiegierala. vim. royal lobe ; g. 
cynegerelan iiv. 23. 

OTnelio, adj. royal ; a. vi. cyne- 
lican 35. 2. 

oynerioe, n. kingdom ; a. pi. 
cynericn xxn, 6. 

oyneatdl, m. royal seat, throne; 
7. 31 ; d. cynestole i. 48. 

OTning, n. king; 7. 14, M.Pr. 3 
&c. ; cynioc 65. 3 ; cynincg »». 
2 ; cining xxvi. 19 ; kuning Pr. I ; 
g. cyningcs 35. I, ix. 73 &c. ; 
d. cyninge 7. iS, xv. 13 &c. ; 
cinioge 66. 15, 101. 28; a. cin- 
ing xivi. 45 ; //. «. cyningai 

65. 13, 66. 17, xxT. 58; kyn- 
ingas i. 56 ; cyngas 1 1 2. 6* ; /. . 
=y°i''E" 3S- 6. "■ " *c. ; d. 
cyningum 7. 3, 5. ill. 13. xxv. 

cyningas 105. 26, 115. a6, 



i. 6, II 



.58. 



CTnii, n. kind, species ; cyn xiv. 6, 
xxvii. 19 I g. ebIccs cynnes 64. 25, 
89. 13, 74.2, iviii. 4, xivi. 34; 
d. cynne iv. 32, xi. 67; "kin 
11. 31 ; pi. g. cynna iii. 14, 
xiii. g n.: d. cynoum xx. 149, 

OTnn, <aj. natural, filling; n. cyn 
56- 'l. 75- 1°, 99- '4 (ej™ B)- 

Ornren, n. kind, kin ; a. 110. 10; 
rf.//. cynrenQm83. s. 

OTpera, wm. spawning salmon; 

oyapan, vrv. lelter ; iivi. 77. 
07st, y. cboice, pick, best ; bnrga 
cyst i. 18; //. virluex, good 

cystum 132. 3. 
o^Siui, luv. make known, declare ; 
40. 13, i9,ii. 32igecy6an57. 2, 
xiii. I ; ind. prs. %.s. gecyS 47. 



^HQ^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^H ^^H^^BBbh^^B^H^^^I^^^^ 


936 GLOSSARY 


8, 19 1 //. eecyBatS jg. 7 j fill. 


d.^lede 91. ij* ; o. gedKlde j8. 


ij. cytUut 13. li*; cyildesl 


*3'. 


13. 19. 2ii jj. cyJJde 43. 8. 


gedatenlio, oi^. proper, filiitig ; is 


4S- 7 '■ /*■ cjrtWoB 1- 56 : gMy«- 


|t g, jmi. 11. 


don 15. J7 : /y gccytW 30. 31, 


ged&l, n. sepanuion; d. gedale 


oyW, /. ii»li« plaie, home ; cyB 


*5- 'P- 
daru,/, haxin, injnrr i 6r. 13, 


Ro. 15. loiT. 49 1 rf. cjCBe jj. 


do>d. i^>. dead ; rf. bion. W die 


10,63,30.(54. 10. 139. 17.146, 


66. ij; a*,dcada 109. 19, II& 


19.111, 14; u. «. 158. 


:; / /^^, dead ». .ij *. 
deadne 36. 10, 11. 109. »S;tl. 




D. 


died liB. ■. 




dSadlic, adj- subject to detlh. 


dftd,/.Jeedi 70 17, i»t. 19. i. 


trorlal; deflBlic 17. 9-, 5*. I«: 


4J, ii. 18; //, 1/. dsedoni ivi. 


d. dcadiicnm 13- 13 i <- <*■ »» 


13; a. dirda 44. 3, s, 141, 8. 


deaSlice 46. ^; fi. m. d(dt- 


ima, ">- day; 68. 1, 3.ii. 16:/, 


lioe 53. lo'; f. deaSlioa ii. 


dicgn SI- ^: odv. by day loi. 




5: d- iKge viii. 18. ixix. 41; 


deadlicum 74. 8-. 


lUfrf in advtrbial phraiis, sclce 


deab, xvf. be or UK, be £eod, 


da;ge ixviii. 4; «lce daeg, 10 


avail ; i»rf. /«. JJ. 63. 9i /W. 


.■.Wi, 59, 13 *c. i eghwylce 


3.J. dohle 63. 8. 67. 10. »iii. j; 




pi. dohton 44, 6 ; iti.pri. dwt 


iiT. s ; 0. dtcg ao. 3, li. 6» &c. ; 


133- '8- 


ondEg33, 17, 111. 16; midne 


deaiT, ra*. dare, veotDie: ^ 


Hag 57. 14, ijfi. 13; pi. g. 


inJ.^j. dear xi, 65: fat. jj. 


1 daga 73, 13; J. dagura Pi. 7, 


dorsle xk. 70; itj. frt. dytie 


34- i°- 35- '. 44- "1 >«- ii.l: 


19, 18. 138. 13; durre iL S*; 


cm , . . diigum 43. 6, 44,4: gio 


/!(. /»;, dorsten 134. 6, i. 17. 


dagum45, 4: dabum :o. 10; a. 


dfia«.m. death; ao. u,x. »<,4t ; 


dagas 17. 34,40, 31. iv, 19. 
dngrim, «. number of days ; g. 


f. deaB« 10. 14 &c, aW mvil 


fi:rf.deaSc36. ijSrc: «. dead 




66. 18 &c. 


dSl, M, part, ponion, share ; 39, 


gedito.*// fitting, seemly: »,i. 


13 &c,a«i/xsii. 53 :^. d!eles4J. 


n XXVI. 93. 


1, 13S- '«■"■ fi«; '^■dicle4). 


delfan.rt'3.<liB; 34-U;i^-,>n. 


5, 16 : v>. be, ettent, degree ; be 


delft 140- ". '4. 


snmnm dxele, in some degree, 


dellere, M. diefici; 140. 13 
dema.n.m. Jodie; 103. 19. 119. 


partly 15 18 Bic and xx. 96; 


be Vzem dxle Ce, lo ihe Mtenl 


a8, 136. 15. ixi». 41 ; g. dmna 


that, ■□ far as 93. 13, 109. jj, 


.3o.2;rf.r7-9. 
dSman, wv. jndge, deem; iii. 


13^23: be naSum d>Ele7m no 


TCipecl 130, 10; be .-eneguD. 
dele, in any degree li.v u ; 


38, 140.34: ind.prs.ij.AtaX 


I3S. aS, 131. 13, 18; sij.pn. 


a. diel 13. JO &:c aW xuv. 31 ; 


l.pt. dcmen iij. a6. 


a.//.dila8 76, 17. 


demm, •». harm, lou ; a. dem 13. 


dClMl, WK, divide, disliibute. 


1. 47- 7- 


Msigni no. ji; ind.frs. 2j. 


doau, /. valley; d. dene »J. J, 


dsleS »x. 51 ; dalst 79. 30 ; 3.1. 


vH. 37' .j^H 


drelB 118. 8, 11 ; //t. gedsled 


deofol, ».. devil; «. diobl. 4^| 


90. 5«, nil. 3£ ! /'- «- ge- 


I'd* 13. ^H 



GLOSSARY 



237 



dfiop, adj. deep ; diop Ba. iS ; 

d. diopum lis. 15. 
dSopUoe, adv. deeply; xiii. 3; 

dioplice 94. 17* \ temp, dlop- 

licori). 16. 
dSor. n. wild animal ; 71. 8 ; 

Wilde d. 114. II ; dior 73. i, 

xxvii. 14; 0^ dioTe 116. u, 

xxvi. 87 ; a, dior 73. 3 ; //. 

dear 116. 131 dior loi. 18, 



d. dionun 1 



1.15,1)4.8, J 



d. pi. 



deorboreD, adj. of Doble Inith ; 

/. diotboren nvL 5a. 
dAorajmn, n. species ofaniouil; 

d. deorcynne 116. 30; d. pi. 

deorcfnnnni 116. ai*. 

deorwyrfle 
deorwyrBum _ 
deorwyrflta 7a. 33; /. deor- 
wyrtfre 7a. »^ n.; n. aS. 8; 
diorwyrtire aa. 31, 83. 31: 
a. n. deorwyrBre 15. 10, ll; 
diorwyrtire 4B. 1 8* j ^. //. dior- 
wyrtlra 33. n'; lup. ^t. 
deorwyiHesta 35. 15; n. mk. 
deorwyrtfcste 54. 9: dcorweor- 
Boste 48. 30 ; a. n. wk. deor- 
wyrCoBte ai. 1; g. pi. wi. 
deorwjTCeslcna 55. 17. 

diorwieiltnes, f. precious thing, 
tieasDre ; //. d. dcorwytftneunm 
19. 6; a. deorwyrtlnessa. 34. la. 

deriks, Tini. w. d. harm, injure; 
36, 7, 13, jii. 4; gcderiao 36. 
151 derigan 18. 14, 117. 0; 
ind. prs. 3.1. deraS 30. 15 ; 
dereff 31. 3a, 144, 18, a6, iv. 
36; ixvi. Ill: //. deiia»33. t, 
36. 8, n6. 31, iv. 48; derigae 

36. II; deregaff 10. ai*; tij. 
pri.fil.ierieta sa. i». 

dIeceIIIae,ibA'. secretly; digelUce 

7- '9*; d^elicei. 64. 
dleselDOl,/. lecret; a. diegelaetse 

38. 14. 
dlegla, adj. tecret, hidden; //. a. 

Tvt. daeglan J7, afi ; n. deglu 

117, l; tamp. d. pi. diogolran 

37. j6*. 



diers, 1) . 



dear, precious ; 
. .. X. ag; n. 37.39; 
pi. deore 31. 13 ; n. diore, dyre* ■ 
16. la; comp. dioira, deorra* 
a8. n; //. dieiran 33. l6*; 
deoiran 31. 11; tup. diorust, 
deorasl* a;. a8. 2) adv. dearly, 
at a deal price ; diote gecepte 
ixvi. 19 ; iMp. dioroil viii. 1 1, 
dlerling, tn. favonrile; diorling 
140.8 j^.^.dvTlinga.deorlingn*- 

66. 31; d. deoilingnm 6a. 14; 
65. 4*, 67. 15*: diorlingnm 

67. is; 1. deorliogas 64. aS*, 
133. 13; diorlingas XV. 8. 

dinun, adj. dark, dim ; /. w. 

dimme lii. J6 ; a. n. wt, dimme 

8. 10, ii. II. 
dfigoT, B. day ; g. pi. dogoia 

liii. ai, XI. J75' »'>9. "f^- ^i- 

ixviii. 65. 
dCgorriin. n. number of days ; d. 

dogorrime x. 67. 
dobtor,/. datigbter; aa. ij, li;. 

33, 116. 3,xivi. 33, 53. 
diSm, «.a)freewill ; *) judgement, 

opinion; c) aulhorily, power; 

d) repnIalioB, gloty ; g. domes 

3». 9 {d\ 74. 6 {h); domes 

d;tg, doomsday 144. 3, iiii. 

41 ; d. dome 16. 30 (0. a». 

:3 (*). 37- 4 W. 4'- »6 W. 

113. 9 U), 131. 6 {i\ lai. 36 

(*}; />/. n. domas, decrees 59, 

'S. .1.1- 3» (1). 140. iB. 
d6mera, — demere, m. judge; d. 

ao. 13 ; n. pi. domeras 64. It. 



nake, .. 



; ^c 



rt 



t ; f) used to avoid r 
pealing aneihtr vb. = do. a) Pr. 
14 &C. *) 37. 1 &c. f) a«, 15 &c 
d\ 47. 7 &c e) don 8xr weorft- 
scipe to 75. 16, 1/. 75 a8 */ inf. 
f) 9. 14 &c. ; dSn 1 17. 14, 14 ; 
gedon, effect, bring to pa°s, 
render 34. 35, 36. 15, jxvi. 
loa &c.-do 134. 6; to donne 
no. 19 &c, ; ind. prs, 3.1. dest 
30. 16; gedeal 10. 3 &c. andtx. 
373; %.t. deB Pr, 15; »ii. 14 
&c;gedetli8.3&c.;//.dotIl4. 



^B^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^ ^I^^^^^^^^^^H^I^^Bi^HII 


aaS GLOSSARY ^^^^^1 


17, iv. i6&c; eedoB>S.4&c. ; 


diinoBn, IT'S, driak : ind.firt.3j. 


/i/.dydc7. is,xiii.:<)i[t; //. 


drincsl 30. 17: 3.J. gcdmccO 


djrdoQ JO. 17 &c aju/ xxii. 5 ; 


vii. 16 ; /(/. //. dnincon 34. 1, 
vi.i. 10, J8; drancaaaj. ag'. 


OsETOl" dydon, look away 76. ii 


,*); plyriQa 16. 7. ig. 19; 
(■«/. do 31J. 33, 99. Jj : do nu 


drohMC. m, maimer of life; a. 
ixvj. 9a. 


of, Uke ftway 41, 4 (^) ; do . . , 


driiBiai]. rav. tnlrans, dry op: 


to, add >n- u (0; jtf. z'^. 

do58.i.x».l3&c;/Aaon44. 


ihj.pst. 3.j.drogode 80. 18. 


drfoTOfC, «i. magic, sorcery; il 




diycnrfte 116. aj ; d. drycncft 


I9(,c1: don 113. 1; gedoQ ]8. 


116.14: //.rf. diycTBeftamnLYi. 


J6.xxi. 17; /■a.pl.dydea no. 


98. 10a : a. drycriflai xivt. 54. 


3 ; pf. gcdon Pr. 1 &c. and xi. 


drforaftlg.orf,-: tkilled insoiCTry; 


13; «. //. M. gedooe ll.l. JJ. 


/.drj.cncftigu.i6. 3. 




drfBttn, u-v. Irani, dry ; inJ. fin. 


ditam«r«, »(. ma.idu. ; 3B. 7. 


j.j. drygS 1 36. I s ; drige» xiix. 






dreccean ». 40: »>«/. prt. 3.1. 


di^ga. adj. diy ; / pnd. So. 6*: 


itteceO lii, 15 ; rf/. /rj. i.j. 


n. aijtf/. ffaet drigc. diynea 


drecceYii.54. 


nil. 48 ; d. absal. dr^m, 
dryness xx. 74; diinceS lo 


drUkn, am. itir up, confuie, 


ttonblc; «Tii. a; gedreran v. 




»3; iW. /rj, jj. gedrefeO 14. 


16: Tiik. drygsa Bo. 9; d. 


11. V. 8; gedrefS 71. 5, 111. 

18 : ecdrfete xviii. 3, XXI. 4] : 


drygne N.; diigne 34. a? ; fak. 


drigan 80. la; n. dryge 136. 


pi. dtefe ge i>4. 31 gcd"f"« 


.>;././/. drj-gum ,1.9. 
dryhten, m. lord; oABafj luitf 


'4- S ; Pfi- gedrefed 9 ft««, 


8. I *c. and i. J4, v, 18; n. 


o/'lTnfczrr/fCiecadribtaixxTi. 




14, 19; diyhlen 79. 10, 136. 




34. '"■ S3: drihlen la ft'mu, 


O.Sji-.ecdrefcdnewe ,4.18; 


10. 17, vii, 37 ftc. ; .f. drihtne. 


gedrafednnsc : 3. 1 i rf. Ecdrefcd- 


i. 41. X. 67, KX. »09. 113. nix. 


EMse 14. J4. 9S. J3. 14J- ai. 


36 ; a. drihteo J9. 8. 




diyhtsunu, iffn.rctaiaei.soldier; 


104. 33. 






dryno. wi. drink, potion; 30. 8; 




g. drynco 60. 18 ; a. drinc vUi 


xxli. 61. 


aa: (d. drincas 33. 14, viii.g; 


dTBDo. w. drinlii 135. 10; a. 


rf. dryr.cumlii.:,r. 


i3»- r- 


duKutI,/. a) flower, best; «) ex- 


dr<OsU,R'i, suffer, endure : ind. 


cellence, Tirlne; <•■) benefit. 


firs. ij. dngO 9- w : pi. 3-//- 


favour; ai. 4 (a). aS. a8 (*); 
//. diiguffa («: d. dugalftmi 


drogan 116. ao*. 


drtw^, o^'. Md, sorrowful! a. 


X. J9 (*), XV. 8 Lf). 


drcorigne xxii, 33. 


diin. /. hill ; d. dune, in ado. of- 


drSoian, rol. fall, peruh; /ri, «. 
perishtthle, a. drcosendcie vii. 10 ; 


dune (^.f.) ; a. done 73. iS, lix. 


10: rf.//.dnQura73.3i,9i.i7. 




dunnian, tw. vHraw. obtcnre; 


dritaii, svi. a) drive away, expel : 


imi.frs. %.pL donniaft 10. 6. 


i) pracliic; drifan drycrtefias 


dnru,/. door ; a. 97. 14. 17, 14. 


ixri, 54 (A); .W. frj. 3 J. 


duat, n, dust; 80. 19; d. duste 


drifflixU.48[fl). 


XX. 104; a. duRaS. ai. 


^t_ 


^^^ 



dweliui, ao. lead attray; ge- 

dweligan 78. 17'; iml.fn, jj. 

gedweUS 7 j, 13* ; psi. dwclode 

100. 17*; ihj. pri.Atieiige 100. 

5*;//. gedwelodss- II*. 
dwellan, wv. lead astray ; ge- 

dwellan 78. 17 ; firi. ind. 3.J. 

gedwalefl «iii. 3 ; ibj.prs. dwelle 

I05- 5< '7' /^'' dwealde loo. 

36; /^, gedweald ^5. 31. B 

has dwelian in a// ikeit casts. 
f>edwola, v/m. error, beresy ; 58. 

II, 76. 13, i. 41 ; g. gedwolan 

9. iS, 19. 31 ; 1/. 7. 7 &c. and 

xii, »9; a. Mvi.39. 
dwolikn, vrv. stray, eir ; iW. 

prt.pl. dwoliafi 88. 37; tbj. pit. 

3J. gcdwolode 11. 11; p'^- P- 

dwoUende 74, 31 ; dwoligeniie 

loS. 14. 
dwolma, ion. coDfasion, chaos ; 

a. pi. mistes dwolemao t. 43. 
gedirolmiat, n. mist of ertoi ; d. 

gedwolmiilegs. 11, uii. 33. 
dydoriiui, imi. deceive, midead ; 

shj. pTS. JJ. dyderie*, dydra 






. blow, ciBsh ; 



dyaiB, (I) adj. foolisb, tuithinkiDg ; 



dysi 138. 14; loi.dysega xxv. 13; 
ff. -aik. dysige 115. 35: dyue 
xxriiL 65 ; f . dysiges 68, 1 3, «vi. 
51; dysges64.t*; t/.fvj.dyiegan 
61. 6; dysgan 61. 3*; a. dysine 
17. II, ii. 11 ; n. vii. dyiige 
xxti. 39 ; //. «. dysige 31. 11, 
68. 10, 74. 30, 78. 7, 109. a, 33, 
117. JS; a>i. dysegaa 74. 5. 78. 

7, 108. 13, 16, III. 31, lil. 3(), 
xxvi.98 [g. dyagng. 3 ; dyiegia 
lig. 131 ii>:t. dysigena 63. 37; 
d. dysegam 61. 4, 61. 14*, 118. 
7,9,18,131. 33,138.14 ;dyseam 
81. 3*; "■ dysige 41. J ; cimp. 
n.pl. dyiigiau 74. II* ; dysq^raii 
xix. 41 ; mp. dysegaat iv. 11 ; 
tok. dysgosta 133. 39. (11) sbsl. 
n. (oily: 63. 13, 73. 33, 104, 6, 
xix. 1 ; dysi 133, i; g. dyiiges 
Irf. 7 ; d. dysige jg. 4* &c. ; 



a. dysig 9. 7 &c. and xix. 39, 

xiviii. 78. 
djralslMl, trf. be foolish ; ind. 

pri. pi. dysegaX n. 8; li/.pri. 

3.//.dys«Biaii's6. 1 «■ 
drailio, adj. foolish ; n. dyslic v- 



ta,/.7im! 83, 3, 4; ^■. 86. 31 ; 

rf- 37. 3. 83. 4. 86. 31 ; //. ». 

I03. 6;.f. 74.3. 
6t,tn/trJ.obl ah I 65. 15, 68. 10, 

M- '7- 
imo, adv. abo, betides /f. ; iif. ge 

10. 6 &c.; eac swa same xi. 5 
&c. ; geac 16. 31*. 

6aaa, tom. increase ; 48. 6 ; g. 
cacao 55. 19, 75.5; i/. toeacsD, 
used as prep. 10. li. in addition 
to 33. 30, 31. 33, 59. 39, 60, 
19, 146. 9 \ a. CBcaii 119. 7. 

fiaden, pifp. granted ; mi. 9. 

6adig, adj. fortunate, happy ; 119. 
II &c. ; d.fl. eadegum xxi. 441 
cemf. a. pi. eadigran 6a 3. 

tadigllo, adj. prosperous, happy ; 
98. 6. 

tedlcnes,/ prosperity, happiness: 
55. I, 87, 15 ; d. eadignesse J3. 
JO, 139. 16; a. 54, 37. 

teflao, m. liver- iiih ; a. jtf. eaiilcas 

eafora, icm. son ; xiti. 35. 

Aage, KIR. eye; d. eagan ill. 30, 
"» 30. '33. «3i "■ e^ 44- 
14: pi. n. eagan i33. 6, 143. 
3j; g. eagena 73. 1; d. eagum 

11. I, iv. 53 &c.; eahum ii-i'i 
a. eagan 8. 36. xx. 361 &c. 

fiasorstrfiam, m. sea, ocean ; 
egorslream xx. 118; g. ea^r- 



«al&, inltrj. ohi alas! 9. lo, iv. 

15 &c. ; e. ea65.l5; e.eawjg. 

31, 70. 7; e. wa 11. 11 : a;ala 

34. io», 46. 7* lii. I, IT. I ; 

eawla ix. 55. 
toland, n. i^and ; d. ealonde 7. 

4* 3<' »9 J «■ ealand J4. i*. 




GLOSSARY 



Mid, aJ/. old; aid xiii, i;^ : wk. 

ealdaji, la; n. eald 116. 13, 

Kxriii, ;o; a. wi. ealdiu] 33. 

'3. 13s- '5: //■ "■ e»l'Je "vi, 

S6 ; Uif. enldan log. 9; 1/. 
.ealdura 23. ]6, i. 65 &c ; <c^. 

eaJdoo 103. 16: ccmfi.^.Mmi 

Ixdrr, grandfaLber 3t. 35 ', d^ 

pi. cldran 10. 11; v. >Uo 

ieldron. 
ealdgeaytid, n. origioat nntare; 

d. ealdgecfnde xiii. 40, xiv. 

57- 
ealdhl&foTd, m. lord [[om old 

lime; d. pi. ealdhUfotdnro 7. 

16, i. 63. 
«sldbl»fardoyiin, 1, licte<)itary 

lordship ; g. ettldblnfordcyimes 

ealdor, m. chief, prince; aldot 

xxri. 7, nil. 6. 
ealdoTmsnii, m. migislmte, di^;- 

nilary ; H. pi. enldormcn 11. 14, 

JJ, 6. 
Bkldriht, H. ancicnC righl ; //. g. 

esldtili[s 7. 8, iG, i. 36. 57 ; d. 

esldrihtum 7. aa. 
ekldspell, n. old itory ; ii. M. 

Pr. l; d. pi. ealdspellom 

ia7. 8. 
ealdKeweoTO, n. ancient work ; 

8«ui l^'edj. aU i fq. ivi. 8 &c, ; 
eal 41. »4, w, 107 ; / eall 93. 
18, XX. 171 &e.; H. eaU, eal ix. 
44 &c, ; i". Ralle* 33, 5 fitc. ; h. 
eallei uttd as adv. altogether, 
cntirel/Ji, 10. 40. S, iv. 35, v. 
30 S:c. ; / ealre /j. ; ealrte 41. 
la ; a. eaIlDe9. 6, 14. 10, 104. 6, 
xxvill. 5; cemmaner farm calne 
18. 7, iv. 3 Sc ; ealoc wcgoA'. 
always,/^. 9. ai &c. ; eallne 
aeg 110. J5i eallneg lao. 34, 
3S; ealnegxiii. 15, xiviii. 57. 
69; ealnig Tii, 40, 53, x. ai, 
xxi. 151 / ealle 76. aS &c. ; 
sesllc 39. 19; H. eiil 79. 31. xi. 
88 Ac; eal 76. 13, 77. i, 111. 
17,1x11. 17; inl/. ealle G9. 14, 
liii. 64 Ac; eall xxii. y6 ; 
eallon S3. l8", 67. 5', 69. 14', 



147. 4*, II*; mid calle aie. 
■Ilogethei. quite 8. la, xvii. 11 
&c. ; //. n. euUe vi. 5 ftc ; call 
13- 13". "I '7:/ -t-al/arm 
calls 18. 4, iv. as &&; ealle 
IQ. 14, iv. £3 ftc; II. cdle 



la, 4t. aa J 
«teaU3*. 151 



tr/erm ealt 3*. 1 5 Ac 
g. eall™ 10. 16, Ml. »59 *c-. 
ealra 14. is, xix. i8 ftt (iWi 
HJtf/ aliout tqualiy) ; eal Oinia 
godeaa weoTca 18. t^ ; J. ealtunt 
XI. ai &c. ; ealum 11. 15*; a. 
ealle ix. 34 &c ; /. ealla and 
ealle ja. 3i,ii. 3a, xiii. 7 &c 
(fliuac ejuaily) ; ». ealw 9c. 
3J. XX. 56 &c ; call ig. 9 Ac. ; 
eal 41. 6 &c S) ai/f. iltOGethei, 
entirely; fq. in Call. Mctn. 
Bflin dijiiullla diiliHguuk/rv 

', vciy cold; 



(I),' _ 



gene 



■J. e&U. 



eallnes, 

eallunco, adv. entirely: fq 

37, xi. 16 &c ; allnnga £9. jo*; 

ellDnga 60. 14. 
eallirealda, wm. Almigfaty; al- 

Bidlwiht*, / fl. all 

alwuhta xx. 153, 
eftio, H. ale ; 40. la* (e«la 
6a6feT, m. rlver-lxuik; ' 

(mm xlx. 11 ; icaofnim 74. t*. 
fiargebland, n. lUiga of liie *ca 

a. eargeblood viii. 30^ 
eard, m. naiiire place, home ; 91 

17, xiii. 63 &c: ^. earde* lifi 

II, ¥. 15, xxvi. 71 ; i/.earde it. 

10, liii. 70 ftc, ; earda S3. 13 . 

a. eaid 80. 35, xi. 66 &c. 
BfLTdfcst, adj. tctlled, alndii^ 

vii.38;».xx. ib6. 
eardian, mv. dwell ; xt. 109 

eardigan 80. 11 : iW. pn. ^j. 

ea^]n^ 37. 7 ; fl. eardu^ is. ~ 

sbj. pri.i.pl.aoAiea 

30'; a. 38. 13. 145.30. 




GLOSSARY 



231 



earfo'Se, 1) adj, troublesome, 
difficult; If. earfot^e 137. 2a; 
£■. earfotSes 147. 23; n. pi. 
earfoSe 81. 3, 9a. 24 ; sup. 
a, f. w, earfoCestan 127. 3. 2) 
sbst. n. hardship, trouble ; d, 
earfotSe 1 30. 24 ; earefo9e 
18. 28 n, ; //. n. earfoCu56. 13, 
^ ^5- 9 J S' earfotJa 27. 12; d, 
earfot^um as. 8, 11, 66. a, 120. 
17, xxvi. 97 ; a. earfoffu 70. 12, 

82. 7» 133- 3i I5> 27, XX, 254; 

gearfoSu 70. 5. 
earfdShawe, cidj. hard to be seen ; 

n, 81. 5, XX. 152. 
earfoi9lio, adj. difficult ; ». 118. 6. 
earfdSnes, f. hardship, trouble; 

g. pL earfoSncssa 23. 13. 
earfc/Srime, adj. hard to count, 

very numerous; n. pL n. 

earfoOrimu Pr. 7. 
earfoStfficne, adj. hard to be 

shown ; n, xx. 147. 
earg, adj. a) timid; 6) inert, 

lazy ; c) depraved ; a. wk. eargan 

115. I [a)\n. pi. wk. ge eargan 

1 39. 8 ;^) ; comp. n. pi. eargran 

60. 4 [c]. 
earm, m. arm ; d. earme 66. 29. 
earm, adj. wretched, miserable ; 

20. 5 &c. ; poor 77. 10, 124. 

25; n. wk. earme 105. 28, xxiv. 

63; d. earmum 10. 17; a. 

earmne 26. 17, 123. 4; wk. 

earman 10. 26, 25. 11; //. n. 

earme 24. 6, iv. 57 &c. ; wk. 

earman xix. 3 ; d. earmum iv. 

31 ; a. earme 105. 27, 117. 31 ; 

wk. earman 73. 23 ; contp. 

earmra, 123. i ; n, pi. earm ran 

60. 4, 74. II, xix. 41 ; sup. ft. 

pi. m. eaimoste i]8. 2. 
earmlic, adj. miserable, wretched ; 

/. earmlico 138. 4; n. earmlic 

74. 5, 146. 14, xxvii. 16, xxviii. 

74 ; sup. earmlicost xix. 28. 
earmlice, adv. miserably; 71. 

20 ; comp. earmlicor 72. 2. 
earn, m. eagle; 18. 12. 
eamian, wv. w. ^. a. or ^set 

clause^ deserve, earn ; geeami- 

gan 29. 3, 44. 10 ; ind. prs. 3.J. 



eamatS 88. 16, 20 ; //. eamiaO 

44' 3i» '33- 22; geeamigaff 

II a. 19; eamaO ^ hie sien Oy 

halran, gain, effect 88. 21* ; 

psi. 3.J. earnade ix. ao ; pi. 

geeamodon 1 20. 14 ; sbj.prs. 3.J. 

eamige* 106. 26; //. eamien 

1 06. 26 ; //. geeamad 103. 5. 
eamung,/! merit ; d. gecamunga 

8a. I, 124. 20, 21, XX. 228 ; 

geearnunge 81. 34 ; a. eamunga, 

advantage 88. 20 ^ geeamungse 

120. 16; //. n. eamunga, 

geeamunga* 70. 11 ; a. eam- 
unga 52. 20. 
dast, adv. east ; ix. 42, x. 5, xiii. 

59, xiv. 7, XXX. I ; error for 

isest? xxix. 17. 
eastan, adv. fTom, in the east ; 

10. 12, 136. 4, i. I, iv. 23, vi. 

12, xii. 15, xxix. 20, 26; be 

eastan xxix. 33. 
easteweard, a<7j. east, used in 

adverbial phrases ; from easte- 

weardum 39. 27, 67. 30 ; from 

easteweardan 41. 2i». 
eastewearde, adv. eastward ; «vi. 

18. 
eastre,/*. Easter, spring ; d. or a. 

on eastran 39. 21. 
eaSe, adv. easily; fq. 26. 9, ix. 

48 &c. ; comp. ieC 23. 12 ; eS 

9. 27, 14. 8, 46. 19*, 52. 9*, 107. 

19, 108. 2, 135. 21, X. 38, xii. 22 ; 

ytJ 104. 30, 124, 27, 145. 17. 
ealSmetto, n. pi. humility ; 67. 8 ; 

g. eat(metta 27. 6, vii. 33 ; ead- 

meita vii. 38. 
daSmod, adj. humble ; d. pi. eaff- 

modum 18. 11. 
ealSmodlice, adv. humbly ; 97. 

32; eadmodlice 71. 20, 149. 2. 
eaJSmodnea, /. humility ; g. ead- 

modnesse 27. 7* ; a. eadmod- 

nesse 18. 10. 
eax, /. axle-tree, axis; 129. 20, 

33, ^31- i; g' eaxe 126. 5, 
xxviii. 22 ; d. 129. 19 &c. and 
xxviii. 13, 15, xxix. 18; a. 126 

8, 131. I. 
ebba, wm. ebb, low tide ; g. 
ebban 49. 26 ; n. pi, xi. 69. 




wk. wc V, 44; H. we 1 13, ii, 
M. S3r **!■: ^- eco 138, J4: 
w*. ecan 7S. 3$ ; i/. ecam iv. 
3; lo Vxai FCmn gode ui. 3 ; 
/ ecie IJO. 17, 139. 16; wt. 
ecan 10. i, 13. 9, 149- 8 



■ "*■' 



I. 50: 



mi. ecan 3$. 33, ili. 6 &c.; /. 
ecc 44. 9; *. ece 44. 1;. uo. 
13 ; idtt. ecc 143, as ; //, ece 
17- »3; /ee«>6. "; ece 51. 
'S. 77. '*»; «"*- scan 37. 11, 
xii 31 : J. ecra 137. J7* ; <i- 
to Stem ecum vii. 44 ; a. /. tee 
7S. II ; wi. ecaa 16. iS, 130. 
3l,iii. jg; «. ecu 113. 19. jj. 

aoK,^ edge i J. fit. ecgum in. 19. 

Aonu,/ eterniEy; 147. 



etemalljr 47. i, 90. ) 
113,4.110 - - 
•dlAan, ». 



for I 



, . E13. 13, 18,115.10; g. 
edleflne* 113. j, 13, 1(9. 18, 
134. 13; d. eilUane 104. 11, 
'37' 131 "^ edlean 70. 11, iii. 
30, 113. 9. 34, 130. 8. 9. 11, 
"4- 13; I3S- i6,xj;vii. 36;//. 
g. edlennu 113. 18 ; 1/. edlesDum 
113. 2 ; •!. edleanllj. 30, li. 

eduiwe, adj. renewed ; n. pi. m. 
edniwe »L 39. 

edniwliui, wv. renew, restore ; 
ittd.frs. 3J. geedniwnB 131. fi, 
8; //. n.ft.j. geedniwode 91. 
13 ; gcedniwade 49, 9*. 

ediooaft, f. new crcatlQa ; d. 
edsceaftc 93. 13, 15. 

edwit, n. repToach, di^race ; 



i.55- 
efSn, 1) adj. < 

emnc£58. 30*. 2)iu 



, level : 






equally noble ; 

pi. «, emnKSele 69. 17* ; a. 

69. 34'. 
efBnbshfife, adj. equally ncces- 

iai7 i f. efhbehefu xti. 7. 
a&nbeorht, adj. equally bright; 



erecgod, adj. equally good ; ■. 
emngod ■a.-.d. S5. 1: emngood 
141. 3a ; g. emneoodet 83. i}, 

efenieSe, adj. equally easy ; a. 

efenlioa, ■wm. e<jnal ; cTnlicaxk. 

19 
effliilIo8, adi: eqiiAlly, 

emnlice 38. 33. 
efeniuSre. adj. equally fa 



nicclue 



07. 1 



erenneali, equally near ; I) 
IX. 141. 21 prtp. w. d. - 
neahSo. 33', 139, 33. 

efeiuwiSe, oA/. equally, 
equal dt^ee ; efnswiSe 

etao, adv. equally 



i. 76, : 



19. 



I)«A'. 



x»Tia »8i emnc 136. 6', U. 
38, xxir. 63, x>ix- 3j, 
eft, adv. a scMud ijmc, at^in: 
Ft. 9, i. 61 Sec.; teit I. fij 

age, m. feat ; 36. 6, L 73 ; [. 
e^es 33. )□; </. ege 66, 3, 67. 
13. 117- i"' ""■ '8> 134- 3». 

XI. 71; fl. 14. 31, ,03.8, I3i, 

l£, V. 18. 
sgeftiU, adj. teirible ; qjeTol 43. 

13. 
egeaa. uim. feai ; a, egesnn nL IJ. 
egealio, adj. terrible ; 101. 16, 

xxvii. 1,1 : /. ttii. eeeslice 4S. 

7; d. ti/i. cgeslican 53. 6; 

miH/'. n. ^esliure 104. 15, 
eglan, kt. v. d. trouble, ail ; 

<W./rf. 3J. ^lede 15. 33. 
ehtan, cziti. w. g, pnrsne ; uuL 

prs. 1.1. ehi 148. 10. 
elcung.y: delay; eldcnng ii 
ellen, n. courage 1 63, ^ 
ellande. 1) o/^. fc ., 

ellendne viii. 30. 8) I 



VI. pmmmni nanwahl, a 



g. 14, ix. 10 Sec : elln hwEFt, 

something else 76. 16, I07. 3S i 

d. eltei hwam 3). 39. 
elleahwnr, uiA'. eUewbere ; lit. 

6. 
•Ip«nd, m. elephant ; 7a. 5, 7. 
etEt6od, f. foreign nation ; d. on 

alBeode 63. 30*. 
etBAodlg, adj. foreign ; elSlodi|r 

TI4. 15 ; (/. vik. celi^eodegan 

63-3'*; o. «.ael8eodig63. i6'; 

/;, n. eWeodge i. 55 ; d. seHSeo- 

degom 71. )6. 
emn-, bhids. v. efen-, e&e, 
•mnettan, mv. lerel ; iW. frs. 

3.1. geemnet 46. 16*. 
«nde, m. end, goal : 44. 30 &c. 

aiidix.ljf, f. en(!esl3. 1, 30; 

^. ende 51. 19, ixi. 44 &c. ; a. 

13. 6Sk. and xx. io, ixviii. )]. 
endebyrd,/ order; a.1 xili. 4. 
endebTTdkn, vrv. anange, order ; 

/ifi. geendebyrd 50. 4, xi. 100. 
andebTTdsB, adn. in order ; xi. 

II, XX. I] ; iy trrar enclebyrd 

ilit. 4 1 
andebyrdltoe, adv. in due order ; 

13. 19.79. '3.96.19. »9-9- 
andabyiduoa,/ order ; d. ende- 

byrdnesje 49. 3, 57. 4, laS. u ; 

<i.94. la; eodebenlneBse 136. 4. 
endeUas, adj. endless ; ». 104. 

15; ».//./ endeleose 1.8. 5. 
endemea, adv. equ]illy, nnifonnly ; 

IT3. 13, XII. 13, iti ; endemcM 

141. i6*; aaidemesl 141. (8*. 
endlan, ■an;, itilrans. end ; tad. 

frs. 3J. endttB 38. 6, so. 5, 103. 
. 139- '7: gefndaB 44. 37, 



ness44. 31. 

Andimg, /. ending, end ; d. en- 
dunge 39. 7. 

HiKsl, m. angel ; fl. n. engUs 
98. 13, 140. 38, 144. 3, 146. 10, 
13, 16, 19. 148. 1; g. engla 
»il. IS, XX. HO, 153, 363, 375 ; 



d. englnm 57. S, 140. 31, 143- 
146. 32, xiil. 15; a. engla* 



1 39. 



"4»-.9.,N6- '3- 



spellePr.9. 2)i*jr.«.Eng- 

ilsD longusge; on e.wendePr. 1. 
«ofor, tn. wild boar ; n.p!. eforas 

116. 17*; eafoias DLVi. 81. 
eorl, m. nobleman, eminent mui ; 

i. 78 ; d. eorle i. 7a ; pi. eorlas 

i. 30; f. eorlaii. 59, ixv. 8. 
eorlBobyid, /, noble birth ; d. 

pi. eorlgebyidum ix, 36, i. 37. 
eomeitA, ado. earnestly, xvi. 31 ; 

fierce]]', liii. 38. 
eoiVbiiand, ra. earth-dweller -, 

n.pl. eortSbuendei. as, xii. 13 ; 

g. eojflbuendra i 



ra- 



- 94, > 



eoi^ynliiK. m. king ; d.//.eorS- 

cyningas i«. 47. 
eorSe. vi.f. earth, world ; fq. 49. 

13, viit. 33 &c. ; ^. eortSan to. 

I,x. 17&C. ; rf. J3. 6,iy. 15&C; 

a. 10. »6, vi. 5 &c. 
eorSlio, adj. earthljr; wk. eoiV- 

lica 61. 9. 71. )□; n. eorHlic 

xxii. 5 ; wh. eortSlice xx. 337 ; 

f . corBlices 31. 10, 81. 13, xx. 

166 ; -wh. eorMican 40. S, 9 ; 

d. eorfiliconi 81. 11; vik. eorC- 

lican 45. 31 1 a. n. eotClic xxiv. 

7 ; vik. eorOlice 119. 39 : n.pl. 

n. eoifflico »M. JO ; eiwtSlioeSg. 

17 ; vik. eottSlican 30. 3,45. 39, 

58, 5 ; g. iai. eor(nic«ua 8 J. 13 ; 

a. n. eortSlicu vii. 4), ix. 334 : 

vit. eorfflican 37. 10 Sec. and 

BOrSiioe, n. kingdom of the 

earth ; a.//. eorSricu iv. 37. 
eoi1lKe8aeafl,y. earthly cteatnre ; 

a, fl. eorSgesceafta 11. 194. 
BorHwwatm, m. frait of the earth ; 

d^l. eorSwKstmum riii. 6. 
sorinrafsD, m. pi. dwellers on 

earth, mankind ; iv. 57, xvii. I ; 

d. eorCwarum ilii. 60. 
*0W, /ran. d. and a. of ge, you ; 

uiual/orm 35. 14, x. iS &.C.; 

iow as. 15, X. 6s- 



aa+ 



GLOSSARY 



iower, f»is. adj. yoDt ; f^. le 
eowcr 34. 10, 43. 14; /. lio 
cowni Cp. 18; cower 18. 30, 
149.4; H. 38.31; g.eawaa 
4*. 31 : eoweres tclccs, otcach 
of yoq 69. j8 ; eowres 45. 1 ; /. 
eowre 45. i ; J. Mwrun. jj. 9, 
13, 44. 11, I. 19:/. cowcrre 
31. J, 44. 9, IS4- S; eowre 

»S. «-4. 46- "=;/■ ™»" 3»- 
II ; H. cower :(i. 30, xxrii. 1 ; 
tHSl. eowrc jS. 6 ; f'l. eowcrc 
3S-"9. JO; eowre 38. iS, 34. 
31 ;/. eowrajt. 18; cowre 31. 
15 ! n. 3a. :s ; f. eowem 4S. 
J i j: eowrgm 

eowni lix, 11 : cowre is, 27. 

sriftD, vn/. plon^ ; in/, erigen 
ri»- -I CJ) : 'ij- pn- 3-1- eriK* 

erne, m. retainer, soldier, man ; 

138. 18; d. 103.5. 
6Bt, HI. grace, penniHiiDli ; a. oier 

metodes «t xi. 15. 
et&n, itig. cat; ink. pn. u. itst 

30. 17; 3.//. eUd 1 16. i3 ; ps/. 

i.fl. Mon 33. 17. 18, viii. 18. 
SKel, m. H, natlTc land, home; 

IS. 1, 10s. Jl, xjiiy. so; d. 
; effle xi. 155 ; a. 



19: a 

Ta 3J. 



It of goveninu-nt. 



cBel i. 16. 

dffelWMrd ,fH.ileren<Ierof counlry , 
chief man ; n. fl. eCclweatdas 



ficon, «. fraud, tlectil; g. faencB 

ix. 37- 
IMdar, hi. falher; 69. 10, iv. j8 

ac.; f. M. 4, 32. 25, XX, 67. 

116, xxiy. 54; rf. 11. 15, G8. 
30, 69. iB; a. O9, 8 Ac. ami 
(vii. 9<9, iifi. 
fcson, iii'jr'. glad ; gefe^en, fsgn* 
140. > ; (Kgn ix, 37 ; gelagen 




57.28: n.fl.m.1 fi 
■nfH/. fiEgcnra xti. la. 
fngeniaa, wv. aSsc/. er iv, g. 

rejoice; 101. 151 fii^nianfis. 16, 
18, 19, 89. 19; iiid. fiFj, u. 
fa:gaast 31. 6 : fagtusi 31. 4*1 
3./. ft^nl!, fagcoaS* 45. 19 : //. 
(n^^inC 99. 14 : txgaaK 39. 4, 
69. I, 136. 30, iirii. 931 f,t. 
3 J. bgrnode 39. 25*: fl. 
fignodon i. 33 ; ibj. frt. is. 
(segcnige 6g. 9 ; fucgoige 10. 21, 
6S. JO. 

rnger, 1) adj. bcaucifiil; 71. 30. 
73- S. fi, 87. 3. 145. »4. «i»- 
25; B. 29. 11, 31. 5: *. a*. 
fsgran 113. 13 ; //. »./ ftcp" 
147. 20; fl. fagni 29. 9. 3». 
30 ; f^erc 31- 9* ; g. fxgein 
29. ta; a. n. fsegcie 79. IK ; 
I'vrH/. fiegerra 69. 6, 72. 21 ; a. 
faegerre 32. ig. 31 ; tirfi. la:gfott 
72. 9; Kii. licgerMlk 19. 13; 
». »*. fi^^ocsce 79. 29. 9) 
siif. n. beaniy 31. 6, 73. u; 
g. flrgTM 3t. 7 ; d. fsgere 69. r» 

fngsre, (b/f. bemtifulljr, vol 

ftBgBmM, /. bcanty: 19. 

24: g.fl. fiegemcMa *g. t\ 
fajr, n. nsppcH a. — 
feei«ld.n.Dioii<iii,. 

g. Istreldes 125. 32*. xiriil, »; 

ficrelica 119. 11 ; d. fceretde lo. 

2*, 18. 16; faetelte 130. 12: a. 

fa;re]d 16. 30; ficrelt xxviiL 11. 
fBringa, adu. quickly, suddenlj; 

Rerlics, oiA'. luddeolf ; 117, 39. 
fnat, adj. firm, fi.cd ; jj. 6 At; 
/ first i>8. 16; a-*. fKsie u. 
371 ; n. fxst 1 10. 14, II. ijo; 
f . fcestcs 30. 19 ; d. vit. fnstvi 
27.6, 80.14; a. fttslneiJL 33; 
/ fiEile 49. 10, 143. II. xi. 
42; n. f«sl 26. 23, 16, 144. 
ai; //. fKste 13. 14, no. 32. 
130. 4, 25:/. itsttc 100. I4, 
no. 12: fl. fsesle na ' 
„ 57- 9 : / f»te vii. I 
fteatnn. ot. go wtlboat fo '' 
M.fr,. - ■■ ' — 




(nite, adv. finnlr; 3i. 8, i. 

&C. ; cemp. faestoi gi. iS. 
fraaMn, r. roitreuj a. i. zo; 

festene i. 79. 
fieatlia, adj. linn, fixed ; 

fistlLces Ti. 16. 
fteatlioe, adv. firmly, steadily; 

JO. ij, 23. 18. 81. u, i. 70; 

canip. fxstliconig. ii. 
foatnes, /. firmaesi, solidity ; 

faesinesse 71. :6. 
fnsbiiiu], ti^. bsten ; ff. n. pi. 

m. gefamnodc 130. 11. 
teatrfid, a<^. steadfast ; 

festneda 46. 13,1. ^^-, f.prtd. 

testned 47. 17. 
fteatrfidlio, ii^'. steadrust ; g. n. 

faestrzdlices 10. 31. f. 

fBaatrSdaaa, /. steadrostness ; % 

^trxdncsM li. 13 ; a. II. .. 
fret, n. TCKel, cup ; n. pi. fatn 

104. 17. 
mtt,a^. fat; d.pt.hVmm. 115. 6. 
fagion , iiw. vary, chaD^ ; ind. 

prs. J I. fagaV xi. 40 ; pi. fagiaC 

49.9. 
f&mlBboFda, -aim. ship vith foamy 

sides or deck ; a. ramigbordon 

fona, mm. buiner; i. :o. 

faDdlaii, Tw. w. ^. examine, te*t ; 
45- 9. '05- '5 "-. '47- "S. i»- 
IJ, ixiv. 57; ind. pi-s. jj. 
(aodast si- 3. 

fangriui, vrv. join, fasten ; pp. ge- 
fongod 96. 14. 

farsn, svb. go, travel; 141. 
xxiv. 11; t^x. Sc famn i 
16; to farenne 107. 16, 1 
19 ; ind. firs. 3J. fziest x 
a8; 3X feiB 45. 37 Btc. and 
>t6 ; /JL faraC 79. 14, 130. 



. '*^■ 



5. 



i- 3 ; gctaraS trans, jonmey 
through 41. 31; die 34. 13; 
psi. 3.J. fore II. s; Jj.fot 115. 
18, xxW. 13, xxvi. 13; //. 
foroD i. 30; ibj. prs. fare 131. 
17; pi. faren 119. 14, 13s. 3"; 
pst. rjix. fore 18. 14 ; prs. p. 
farende*, feerende 93. 7, 
gefto, wn. joy ; 9. 1 1 j 1/. gcfenn 



37. 9, 39. 36, 89. 30; a. iii. 
fi, 1. 17. 

fealdan, m. fold, fart : 144. 30. 

fealg./ felly of a wheel; d.it\%t 
139. 37,31, 130. t ;//.». felgea 
130. 13; felga 139. 33, 130.5, 
II, 19; d, felgum 130. 3. 

fealUo, ni. fall ; to reallanne Si. 

13, XX. 168 ; ittd. firs. 3.1. fealS 

14. I6»; felS V. is; pit. 3.S. 
feol i. 81 : gefeoU 8. 3. 

feam, ». fern ; a. jl- 39, xii. 3. 
ftaiT, m. bull ; fear 73. 6, 7. 
ffiawe, //. <i<^'. few ; 15. 5; feawa 

67. 18 ; feawH manna ongit 46. 

38* ; fea iv. 53 ; v/i. 8a feawan 

67. 30*; d. feawum 35. 17»; 

feaom 46. a;*, 71. 14, 133.3a; 

feam 19. 14 ; a. fenwan 48. II. 
Mdan, lov. feed ; tad. prs. 3.1. (et 

70.5', ij6. i9», iiiix.69. 
fsfer, m. fever ; d. fefre 73. 13. 
Kbod, 70[>. put together, join ; Sa 

ged gefegean ii. 5 ; iHd. prs, 3./. 

gefegS 49. 33: gefiEgB, gefehC* 

SI- i7i J»Agefeged38. 30, xx. 



16. 
fSlan, im". feel; ind. pst. jj. ge- 

feldest iS. 37 n. 
fsid, III. field ; g. feldes 3i. £, vi. 

la ; <f- felda 99. 9. 
feltun, H. privy ; ^. feltone 104. 9. 
fenn, m. fen, >wanip ; d. Sxnae 

43. 16*, 19*; pi. n. fennas 41. 

6 ; d. fennum 43. 39. 
fooh, n. property, money; 15. 37, 

38.6', 8*, s8. 15*; floh48.3o; 

g. feos 71. 16*; fees*, fios 31- 

31 ; d. fio 48- 14», 16*, 89. 37, 

30* ; fio 48. 16, 89. 30 ; a. teoh 

48. 17*. 53- '9*; fio'' 48. 17, 

S3- "9. '54- '3, 133-30. 
feohsltaere, j». miser ; viii. S5 ; 

d. feohgitsere 19. I- 
feobt, n. fight, war ; d. getiohte 



iij. 17": «. e«feobt J4. 3*. 

vlii. 31. 
feohtan, luj. fight; tiohttn 138. 

19 ; ind. fU. jj. feaht 37, 6. 
ftolau, ivj. cnteri fiolui x\ bis 



ttond, m. enemy; iv. 7 ; rf. 

feondc nxv. 16 ; a. feond 67, 

J4; fiend in. :8'; //, «. fiend 

30. 37*: t*. Ronda 48. 91 i/. 

teoadum 07. 10 ; a. feond 33. 

7* ; fiond 54. JO ; fieod 4S. 1 j ; 

lynd 33- T. 48- 'S*' 
feorh. M. life ; g. feacujs. 10, 66. 

11, 37 ; d. Icon 66, 36, kit. 16 ; 

Ann 133. 31: A feorh 13. 7, 

67- 10. 
tean, aAi. lu; feoi It. 8, 139. 

»7, it i, Kxiv. a, 9. "vi, 30; 

fior »!.. jjj; fyrr 139. 37'; 

fUBi/. tier, fyr* il. 9; jw/. 

fynest 130. 13. 
feorran, aJv. from aisT ; fiorran 

ymbutan 127. 33. 
ttorfla, BBm. 01^^ (oimh ; h. feorfie 

6j. 36 ; feowerCe u. 61 ; /. 80. 

1 ; fiorfie 103. 13, 139. 17; g. 

feorCan, feorflan* 41. i ; d. 43, 

HouuB,/ hatred; d. fioonge 114. 

i' 
fiower. ««wi. four; 46. 4, 63. 35. 

7S-'9.3".79.34-85.i9.i3i-3. 

HI. 59. 63. 
f6owerf6te, adj. foarfooted ; n. 

//. II. fiowetlile 147, 6'; fier- 

(cW Hii. 1 1. 
gcfera, (cm.Gonipaiiioii, associate; 

//. n. geTeran 36, u. 49. 14; 

g. edcrens 53. 17; d. gefcram 

S3- '7 : * gefcnm 36. 19, 47- 

18. 50. 3. 
Hnu), a«i. go, proceed; iv. 18; 

r/lx. Be f. 105. to; gcfcian »t 

£o; (riiffc. travel over 43. 1 ; 

to fmuine 107. 16 ; ind.fri. i.i. 

gefere iS. 11; 3.//. gereratS 

iKvili. J3 ; firs. fi. fcreode 147. 3. 
hrUB, m.n. mind, ipirit ; d. (eu^e 



60 ai: 



iiii. 53 ; ferhle wii 
ferfle ii. 37 ; fsctCe a 

ferhSlooa, a>M. breast, bean ; a. 
ferfFlocan niiv. 5. 

fsrian, tdv. cany, traaipon ) n/. 
/jf. .1,1. fercde ix*i. 16. 

geffiTTJMsQ, /. a I eompMiiccuhip. 
inteiconrfc; 4) letisoe: 65. J 
(A I ; i/. getenxdeiuie 67. J3 (i) : 
"37 iSfo): 49- S" (")■ 

gctSrHipe, m. «) axsociatioo, 
cotnpaotonship : A) clnv of 
people; company, retinue; 
116. 11 ((■); g. geferadpe " 
I5(fl), ii.83 («)j rf. gefci , 
111. 15(c); a. III. K> C«),ii 
47 (o) ; f^- «- eefcfadpM io. 
131'Jl ^,gelencipnm40.to(f): 
a. gcfentdpai li. 03 (a . 

fetel, HI. belt; d. fl. fetelom nr. 
10; letliun til. 15*. 

rgt!e, n. walking, lucomotion: i. 
108. 33. 

feUot, /, feather; //. wing); rf. 
leSerDm ixiv. 9 ; feStum uj*. 
5 ; d. felSera 10$. 4. 

flerdmann, m. coldicr ; fL 4. 
fetdmonoum 64. 13 ; a. feramcn, 
fyrdmcQ* 40. 18. 

Qeraian, tov, pass beynnd ; feor- 

fif, nam. five; 76. 1, 5, 6, 7. 

77. 13, 30, 33, »5. jy, 8«,»3; 

g. Sara fif coda 86. iB : (Twi 

fifi 78. 14. 
nrelatrSam, m. ooean ; a. uti. 

36. 
nfta, num. adj. 6RI1 ;/ fifte 75. 

31, 139. 18 : d. (iitan 41. 16. 
Sudan, iT'3, find; 74. 9, vU. 31 

&c. ; titd, fin. 3_i. liasl 44. tS*; 

3.J. fini 76. II, 96- »»'. ""■ J4i 

pi. fiode ge 73. 36 ; jw. IJ. 

' ' "■ ; Taadc 8. 8*; 3X 34. 



//. funden 145. 4 ; pf. AitiSeD 

96. 30. 97. 14, 99. 13, 140. It. 

finger, m. nnger; 4. hngre g|. 
Hiaa. m. pi. men ; g. fin v|^^^^| 

: J 



flnnflill, 6 



'. tinfnl ; Gerenfoll 



flrenlnst, m. (infal desire; g. 

{irenlnitei 64. 37* ; fyrenliutcs 

33. j6*; ^./tf-fiienlnsta-riii. 15. 
gellm, luA'. long a^o; gefym 

3'- al. 33- 13, 46- »5. *■ 5>; 

IB. ta 78. 31, 80. 34, 97. 19, 



^8. 31; 



r. firet I 



; fyrat I 



; fynt 



flnrltKeom, adj. inqnisitive ; 

RrwetgeoiD iiviiL 76 ; n. pt. 

m. lirwelgeonie 116. 14. 
fiso, m. (i& ; 48. 5 ; pi. g. fiiu 

li. 67 ; a. filcas 74. 3. 
fisoiHi, vni. fish ; 73. iS. 
flaonetl, n. filing-act ; a. pi. 

fltt,/. EonE, poem ; a. (ilte 68. 6. 

flSere, m. «. wing ; pi. n. fiSeras 
147- 5*; g- fiSra 133. 13; ' 
liSenim 105. 6 ; fiBium i 
8: a. fi«ni«iv. i. 

geflttarlul, tco. provide with 
wingi i 104. 30*; gefiSerigBn 
105. 6*; gefeOenut 104. 30; 

ASM. n. fleih ; 71. i, ixvi. 114; 
d. flssce 69. II, 19, 71. 4, 109. 

flAaollc, adi. fleabl;, carnal ; pi. 



loUc, adt. 

. wk. Ha 



' 73- 



o; d. 



flxscticnm 74. 35 ; 

SxtclicBD 70. 3. 
lUoBSii, nit. fly; 36. 7, 104. 31, 

iiiv. 3 ; fliogui 105. 5*, 7* ; 

r)?x. Be flit«»n 10;. it* ; 8e 

nigon 105. 8* ; frs. p. fleogeode 

147. 7*,»»i. II. 
flton, nit. fly &om, avoid; 17. 

5i flion 35. 9, 148. 17, vii. 30; 

to flionne 31, l6», 103. Ij ; ind. 

prs. 3.J. flihO 76. 35, 91. 31, 

I3G. 13; pit. ^j. fleah i. 30; 

imp. pi. tfeoB 149. 6; fri. p. 

fleeting, trvniitoi} ; flionde 73. 

)9 ; n. pt. n. fleondu iii. 30 ; 

flironde H9. iS*. 
geflit. n. slrife ; H. pi. geflitu 59. 

15. 



t^j?y 337 

flltan, JVT. struggle, contend ; 

lij.frs. 3.J. flile 107. 30. 
flftd, m. n. flood, flood-tide; g. 

flodes 49. 36 ; d. flode 34. 39. 
Hdr,/. floor, base; 53. 30, 110. 

15; d. Bora MO, 33, IX. 91 ; 

a. Ron i. 81 ; flor 8. 4. 80. 14. 
fldwau, rv, flow ; I'lu/. j^/. flowefl 

V. i4;/j/.3.j,fleow53. 8;/r,t. 

p. floweode 73. 39*, 80. 14. 
f&dor, H. food, fodder ; d. fodre 

31. I. 
folo, H. people ; 105. 38 &c. and 

iiiv, 63, Tiviii. 65; B/ten to. 

6U, or utuomplimeMiary tpilhtt, 

□ngestxSCig, dysig &c. 116. il, 

64. 3 &C. ; /. folces 43, 1 1 &C. 

and I. 49, xxvi. 53 ; d. folce 

43. 13, 133. 6, in. 37; a. folc 

41. 14 4c. and xvii. 13, iiiv. 



brated ; xxvi. 9 ; a. folccuSne 
MPr. 9. 
foloiio, adj. of tbe people, com- 
mon, vj. men; pi. n. folcisce 

69. I, I03. 33, I3B. 9; d. 



folciK 



n I4J. 1 



foloEedff, m. cbief, noble ; a. pi. 

folcgesiSas J. 70. 
foIOEewinn, n. battle, war; g. 

folcgewinoes i. 10. 
foldbnend, m. earth-dweller, 

man ; pi. n. foldbuende xvlL 3 ; 

g. foldbnendra xvii. 3i ; J. 

foldbuendnm viiJ. 4. 
folde, «/. earth ; xi. 43, xx. 59, 

85 ; g. foldan iv. 53, xi. 91 ; 

d, foldan II. 168; a. XX. HI, 
. "47.' 



■): 



>w"; M g- 
d. folgeioin 



foldea, trrorforjlodts I xi. 70 «. 
(olga*, » 
65.7. 

folgare, m. followi 
folgeia 78. I 
66. 15, ;8. »6. 

fOlgUB.IOT'.B'.i/. follow; 35.33, 

37. 16 ; ind. prs. 3.J. folgaC 14. 
4 ; imp. pi. lolgiaff 149. 6 ; sbj. 
prs.pl. (olgien 30. 3, 108. 30. 
f6n, TV. seize, take, receive ; 101. 
15, MPr. 9, xix. II J gefon 




to fonne. take np, begin 137. 
J- ; iiui. frs. u. fehal on . . , 
•°°' 7i 9T 3J. gcfehC 1)4, 9, 
xi. 8g; //. fo we . . . on 101. 
10 ; fat. 1 J. geTcngt 14. 1 ; 3.J. 
feng 10 rice 7. 5, 63. )8 ; //. 
Eefengen 18. 19,4?. 5, 83. 17. 
(or, fitp. ; 11 If. rf. ; a\ plate, 
before, in front of: for sunnan 
xxix. a6; for herigum xiiL 57 ; 
clipian for corCre uvi, 85. b) 
in the sight of, as regaiiJs : for 
Drihtne i. 64; for Code iii. lo; 
Ibr wonilde 1 1. 14, 10. 1, 33. 
11, 16. '"3- >3, I3S- '3- c) 

/y. Pr. 4 &c. ; {oK.foli. c. 88. 13. 
1/) purpesc : (or goode deO 1 19. 
I, <i = froin. 45. j8 <of. lil. 
2) vi.a. ; ai w. vii. ef rvehen- 
ing, itlftming &c., for, be : for 
naubl lo lellenne 56. 10 ttc 
and ixvi. 44, 50 : wile flu for 
soS 17. 10, iti. 31. A) insleiid 
of, Sj. 16. compared with, 
39. 5, 41. 14, 116. 19, X. 9. 1/) 
benefit, on lieholf of : for bine 
gebidde Pr. la, tf. u. 8. S) 
. Farming advt. anil tenjs. w. d. 
& inst. a) iHlrmg. forhwy, 
why! 61. 4 &c. 1 forbwi 114. 
3*, 1J5. 7,133. 6; ». J*/. 68, 

IB, 91. as, 135. »8; forbwHin 
iL i6. A) adv. therefore, for- 
Hxm, IS. 34, V. 39 &c. ; fortlon 
Tii. 40, xxis. 43 ; ioAj 33. 3i 
&c. e) cettj. became, futK^aa 
13- 8, V. .tS&c ; fnrCBcm6el3. 
33, u. 66aic.; forBtemt 18.3a; 
forCon 13. 5, liii. 73 &c. ; forffon 
He 13, 3 (tc. if) VI. thj. 
foifiieni, in older that 134. .;. 
<) cembinotiens, forffxni . . for- 
ttom, for this rtasoo . . . bc- 
ome or became . ■ . therefore : 
foiffnn . . . foriSy 63. 14, 78. 
IJ, ^9. ^^ : forfiicm . . . foifion 
13. :7 ; forfy ■ forSy 76. 11 
&C, and I. 35 ; ottSy , . . for- 
t!siD (Ke) 83. 18 &c and ii. 
193 ; lorSy . . . Se 88. 19 &c. ; 



forSy ... t' 40. 15, 43. ly, I47: 



foTBn, o'A'. in iniiii, before : on 
6>Ti ocb fonm, in ibc face 36. 
34 : win Diet mod foran t. 43 ; 
wiS 6a eagaa forau 11. 105; 

47 ; fortihB mod foian. dn«i 

in front of; fonccotafl bioe 

forsn, antidpate him i;4, 11, 

cf. xxvii. ;9. 
forbnmui, uv. tram, bum op : 

18. ao, 39. 19, U. 9, Xt II;; 

ind. firs, 3J. forbicmtl 34. 10. 

t>o. 33, viii. 54; fst. ys. for- 

bsmde 137. 13. 
forbfiodaji, sva. forbid ; toj. 10 ; 

forbtodan ix. $4. 
forb«rAn, 174. forbear, refrain 

from ; forberaa f he ae . . . 104. 

1 1 1 /If. forboncn, borne witb. 

forgiven 131. I. 
forberrtan, JW3. collapse ; iW, 

/J/. 3.). forbaaW 45. 1 g, 
forbregdau, SV3. transform ; tai- 

brcdan 116. 14, xivi. 7^. 
forbugan, jz'i. avoid, pevein: 

foi'c6owan,]T'a. biteaff; atd.fii- 

3.J. forceaw 3«. i^. 
(orcierron, w. avoid, escape: 

forcermn 143. 17. 
forouman, 1114. destroy ; 80. iSw. 
foTcuV, adj. depraved, widutd. 

bad ; romfi. fonrunn 63. la, 

III. :i3; n. fbrcnSre 109. 1; 

H. pi. forcuflran 54. 11 ; m/. 

vik. forcuScsta 41. 16: a.wk. 

forcoCcBtan 114. 16//. n. iri. 

37. 37 ; d. forcnVcstom 37, 16, 

38. 3. 

forcw0Han,m5. rebuke ; i»d.ftl. 

3./. forcwBeB 61. 17. 
fordoD, aav. destroy j ind, pn 

l-pl. fordoO 49. 33 : ilj. fn. 

3.J fordo XX. 130 ; pi fordoa 

136. 10; psi. pi. foitlydiii 

xxix.45; pp.H.pt. m. fordone 

67. 4. 
foTdrif«D,i»i. drive oal of cosne: 

fp'. fordnfen 115. it, 116. 4 ; «. 

vik. fordrifeOBO 116. 7. 



GLOSSARY 



fordr&siMi, wv. itUrans. (iryup; 
//. fordrugod xi. 1O4. 

foidwyliDKn, arv. confase, ob- 
tcaie ; ittd. pri. ^.fl. fordwil- 
maff 6a EoQan gcsihfic 1^. 5, 

foTdrallio, adj. very foolish ; for- 

foro, frtp. m. d. befoie, in Irotit 
of : tiim . . . foie . ■ . bangaO t. 

fbroaldiMl, nra. grow old, be- 
come obiol«e ; ind. fill. 3./I. 
farealdodoQ44.6; fifi.fotetldod 
40. 17, 131, 7. 

foremSre, ai/J. eminent, famoui; 



53- 



1 &c. ; 






' 3?- 



5 , 46. 31;^- vik. foremen 
16* ; p/. n. foremsEie 69. i ; f. 
■uit. foremjeran 139. 6 ; g. vit, 
foremasreiia 44. is* (formic™ 
J) ; a. foreoiEeie 46. a8, x. 6a ; 
tenif. n. pi. foremaiiran 69. 3 ; 
jup. iaietaxioiX 76. aG ; it.pl. 



foreryTiel, m. foremnnet, Iiarbia- 
ger; 103. 16; forryncl iiji. 35. 

forMOiBwniiBi /■ providence ; 
1)7. 19, liS. 11; d. forcscea- 
wonge 146. 31 ; a. forescea- 
WQDRS 136, ;• 

forosoiotui, IV2. anticipate, fore- 
stall ; ind. prt. j.//, foreceoIaS 
bine foran 114. 11. 

foresprieo, / pleading, defence ; 
113 ■»• 

foreiprecaa, adj. above men- 
tioned ; d. pi. to*, foieiprece- 
0.07.5-, "3- '4. 

foretiloii, n. foretoken, presage ; 
'37- »7 

foteteohbuns,/. predestination ; 
foretiohhoog 117. 10, iig. 3,7, 
131. M, 140. 16, II, 143. 18, 
144. 4; d. foretiobhunge 139. 
31 ; a. 143. 35. 

foTottuia, m. forethought, pioTi- 
dcDce ; 1 19. a ; foreffooc 1 18. 



10, 15, go, 131. a, ifi; d. 
forettonce t)S. 14, ij, 39, latj. 

13. 130. 39. 

fonffinglan, wv. w. d. plead for, 
defend ; ind. 3.1. foreSingaS 
113. 19 ; ibj.prs. ys. foreSingie 
"3- >7. 

forewftt, swv. know beforebaod ; 
ind.prs. l.t. nS. 17. 

fotsie&ui, JV5. give, grant : for- 
gifan 19, 9, Ga. 30, 7S. 14, a6, 
83. 34, 119. 38 ; ind. pri. 3.J. 
forgifS fia. 33 ; psi. i.t. forgeaft 
81- 33. "- I'S : 3.!. forgeu 39. 
9 ; imp. forgif 83. 6, 10, xx. 
353; pp. forgifen 93. 31, 146. 

's.3s;~fo''g""> 119,31; B.//. 

/. forgifene 134- '4- 
foTBieldan, 1113. repay, reqnite ; 

ind. firs. 3.1. jorgill 149. 9. 
forsietau, 1*5. forget ; ind. prs. 

IJ. forgite 90. a j 3J. forgil 57, 

»l, iii. 6; forget 9, I» ; pit. is. 

forgeat 148. 14 ; shj.prs. fotgile 

90. I ; /^ rorgiten 8. lo Ac 

and jiiiv. 46 ; n.pl. m. forgilene 

40. 36, 46. 39, 1. 60. 
fOThealdAD, rv. jtltreat, misuse 1 

thj. pit, ^.pl. forheolden 143. 36; 

fp. n.pl. m. forheilden 65. iS. 

forhalan, sv^. conceal; 66. 17; 

pp. n. pi. m. forholene 40. 37. 
forlierglan, ■am. lay waste ; for- 

htregian 34. 37. 
forhogian, wv. despise, neglect ; 

imp.pl. forhogiiC 35, 19*. 
forhwierfan, -ajv. transform ; //. 

forbwerfed 116. ii* ; n. pi. m. 

forhwerfde iivi. 86. 
forhyoBUi, nf. despise, neglect ; 

forhigan 138. |6*; imp. pi. 

forhycgafi 35. 19. 
forinltos, adv. tboronghly, ex- 
ceedingly : 94. 6, 
forinweardlice. adv. thoroughly, 

genuinely: 137- 'S- 
forlCdan, wv. mislead ; iW. pst. 

l.pl. forlseddon ii. 11. 
forlStan, rti. leave, forsake ; 16. 

15, V. 36 &c. : forfeit 103. 9; 

forlfeUn 1* he ne, desist from 

I03. 33; to forlxtanne ifi. 13; 



240 



GLOSSARY 



to ftjilsrtenne 116. 13*; rW. 
frs. 2j. ibrbetest too. 8 ; 3.J. 
(orlKletfii. i57;forl*l 14. 3&C. 
anJ K. 3a, xrii. 14 1 let go, relax 
49, 18 ; allow 49. ; ; pi. for- 
lst>5 l.s. 7 &c. on^ xi. 81; 
forlate wil 138. 7; /j/. t.j. 
forlet 13, 39 ; u. forleie 11. j, 
10. 31. 61. 1; ; 3.;. forlet 5]. 14 
&c. and X. (A\ pi. forteton 44. 
3; foitctu) 8, \a*\ ihj. pn. 
foilKle 67. 19 &c. ; pi. foclKlen 
10. ja.ioB. J9, :a3. 5:/j(.//. 
forleten 64. 4 ; /A fo't^en 16. 
ion. 1 d. wk.loxSsixaKa 95. 3I- 
forlSoMo, ^3. lose; 17. ii, 59, 
31 ; iHd.prs. 3 J. forlyst 90. 31, 
103.10; (p.^. 113.8; foTlistic 
■ ■ " 1-6! 
ulure 15. i.l &c; Jj, 
foileas 14B. 16; ibj. prs. for- 
leose 8;. 6; ftf. forlnre 17, 11 ; 
pp. forlorcn 1.=;. » &c ; ». //./. 

fOtliOBUi , 1*5. comm it foraieati on ; 

pp. forlegeii, adulterous, impure 

iviii. 9. 
foiliutlioa, adv. very cbeeifutly, 

willingly; 51. 18. 
foTlgrtel, lulj. very little ; k, 19. 

5 ; n.pl. /. Torlylla 16. 8 ; tath 
virilUn as <mi vjord in C. 

(brmb, vik. adj. first; 34. 10, viii. 
J5 ;/ forme 33. n, viii. 4, 38. 

6 ; d. fonnui 9J, 3]. 
formioel, adj. very inncll, very 

great ; «. 93. 1. 
fomeah, adv. very nearly, almost ; 

"3- ja. 
fonoiflppan, st6. transform ; for- 

tceoppan to [eon iiG. 16*. 
fbrafiartan, u«. inlrans. wither; 

itid.pri. 3j. forwBrad 91. u ; 

pp. forsearod 131. 7, 
frnfrOD, Jfj. despise, neglect; 

forrion 71. 30, ixiv. 7 ; to for- 

seonne sfi, -3, 7}, 13 ; ind.prs. 

3.1. forsiehlS 46. 14; forsibC 17. 

9t 45' '9- ^1- 4> • forseoS 

5 J. 39"; //. forseoB 57. i6*, 
1. is*i forsioO 44. 31,63. 3, 
130. 17* ; foraeotre 18. 11 ; pu. 



nntM 45. 



3.i. fotscal) 61. It, 6S. 9; ti}. 

prs. 1.1. (onto 10. 30": pst. 

forsawe 61. 15, 6j. 13 ; pp. (w- 

icwen 104. 17, no. 4. tJ4. If. 

forsawen ]i. 18; n. pi. m. 

fonewcae 104. S, liiL 37. 
foTaawemisa, /. contenipt; J. 

forsewcDDeXM II. t- 
foTslftwian. vrv. hesitate, be lotb: 

ihj.pst. IJ. fotsUwode 31. J. 
foralten, jUS. kiU ; 34. i<t ; /^ 

forslflgen 37. $*. 
fontandan, nti. a) undcntaiiii 

*)a™.l;iJ-3o{o): 5Q.30C*;; 

67. 8 m ; inJ. pn. 3^. Ibitttat 

".30W.4S- "(4).47-» (*> 

67. 16 (i). /«. 3. J. fontod 4- 

io(i),67. i4(*),^</.iW-fc 

staode 47. 10 (a). ~ 

fontelait, n'4. sMal ; i^'>^ 

forstele 71. 17. 
fbiwwelBftn.jfi. swallow,!] 

foFaweltan, nij. die ;(>■•/. ^.JJ. 

forswilt 70. It. 
foramgian, kip. Iwnnt. p»ta a«w 

in silence, ignore ; /jH. fonugod, 

forswugod" 40. j8. 
forswIBa, oiAi. very itroXElf; 

eiccssively40.8, 
foTtSon, nri. d] covet ; f) lead 

astray ; iW. /«. 3X fcatiba 

«ii. 34 (a) 1 Ji*/ /"■ 3-*. fortlft 

fortruwlan,fi>c beaver~canndenf; 
ind. P'l.rJlx.Za Xe forlmiriidal 
18. II*; j/y./M. jj. fottmwije 
138. >6, 

fortruwniiK- /. presumption; d, 
forlruwungn 9. 7*. 

forS, adv. 1) melioH, fo^, 
forward; 79. 14, 103. 13, 105. 
14, xxiv. ifi, i) lime, hcnce- 
fonh; li, 17, ^t, Ed. 8. »CT. 
70; a forS oil. 40, xvil. 18. 
II. 17; ford on lymbel, Ut 
erer xL 94; 7 awa IbrtI, *ob- 
sequently 111. 4. 3) vm huff 
swa IWB ... ai far as ... 31. 
4 ; swa for4S Sit;! . , . (o wA 
an extent (hat ... 75. ^3. 

forVbrlngaD, iof. bring fortb, 




produce, Mcotnpltoh; 9. 17*, 

43. )i, 19; void f. utter xiri. 

79; forObrengan 66. 18, no. 

34 ; roiffgebrragan x. 61 ; imi. 

frs. 3j, fortJ ne brlngS 54. 

1 1* ; forflbrengeS uii, 70 ; 

foiSbiengO 136. 10* ; //. bringiO 

symlefortf no. 34. 
foiVeooan. we. rflx. deipair ; 

ittd.prt. 3J. bine forffenctS 19, 

31 ; shj. frs. j.f. bine forSence 

138, a7;/rf.«uSeforeobtci9. 

30 ; fp. forffoht, ia despair ig. 

jg. i. 81. 
foroforiatennei, / licence; d. 

fori^forlcetnetse 11. %. 
foiVryoaui, wf. oppren, afflict; 

pp. n.fl. m. (orBncte 9. »S. 
fonlsewitan, ivi. depart, die; 

pp. m. pi. ». forSgewitenc 46. 

as. ».S=i "■ 46- '8. 
forwal, adv. very well : 40. S. 
forwooiflan, JT13. pcriih ; 71, 7 

&c. and xviii. A, jxi. 34 ; ind. 

prs. 3_i. forweortSetS li. Bt ; /rf. 

J.J. iotworde 13. 18; sbj. fri. 

ipl. forweorflan 8q. 19. 
fOFweortSfuIlio, adj. very diitia- 

gnished ; 65. 15. 
forwiomui, v/v. vi. d. and g, 

prevent, restrain ; forweman 144. 

a8 ; ind. prs. jj, forwjmB 49. 

11*; //. hire blf! Ibrwemed 

hire Eecjndcs 93. 17. 
torwjiA, /. deilTBCtion ; d. for- 

fGitorfsBdar, tn. foster- falhei ; a. 

66.34. 
ffiatormMor, /. foster-motber ; 

a. fostennodor*, fiestemiodor 

8.J7. 
fflt, w, fool ; pi. H. fet I47. 5 ; g. 

fola 107. 13, 15 : d. fotum 10. 

fox, m. fox; 114. iS. 

g^^ge, 1) n. inquiry, iafonna- 

tion ; d. mine gefr:^. ai I 

have heaid 11. Si, 34B. 2) adj. 

liunoas ; xx. i. 
frun, 1) prep. v.d. ; a) metim, 

from, 14. 19*, 16. 6*, 17*, to. 

j8*, xxiT. 3; from,/;. 17. 7 



ARy 241 

&c. V) separaticnfrem, 38. 18, 
60. 14, 78. s. ii. 15; VI. lo- 
■ceadan, todnlan Ac 84. 38 ; 
&c. f) imfFff, from Code wiue 
II. 33, f/. 13. 6, 79' '3, 1- 7", 
IX. 35. d) from . . . oC: place, 
39. 37 &c an^i. 14; Hme,^, 
33, 79. 13, u, 10. t) ageni, 
by, 63. 19, 66. 33, XX. 345. 2) 
mi', away; 8. 13, 81. 10, 114. 

flrunwaard, adj. ready to depart ; 

n.pl.f. fromwearde 36. 1*. 
fMa, s/fft. loid; ivii. 9; g. freao 

ri. 40, 67; a. xiTi. 6311. 
beadrrhtsD, m. lord ; f. fres- 

drihtnes ixvi. 9. 
trto, adj. eieedy, covetous ; n. //. 

vj.g. lu nrenlDsta frece ne wxron 

viii. 15. 
frfioanllo, adj. dangerous ; n. 30. 

16, xix. 1 ; frecendlic 73. 33* ; 

«.m/.a.«. frecenlicrelig. 15. 
(rtoennoa, / danger, hardship ; 

frecenes, frecennei* jo. 17; g. 

ftecennesse 48, i, 93. 13. 
frAona, adj. dangerous, wicked ; 

a. wi, frccnui 37. £ ; //. a. wi. 

frecnen 34. 13 ; «. frecnn viii. 

58. 
ge&4d«D, Tim. feel, perceive ; 145. 

33, 33, 146. 4; ind. prs. 3J. 

gefret 91. 15. 
gefrednes, /. feeling, perception ; 

145. 19. 33. 
fremde, adj. stiange, foreign ; g. 
f. fremdreiii, 11 ; /Z.^. fremdra 

45. a; d. fremdum 17. iS. 31. 

36, 31. 35; frsemdum 34. 11*; 

a. n. fremde 39. 39" ; 10*. 

fremdon 9. 13, 39. 37. 
firenunan, wv. peiform, accom- 
plish; 106. 13; ind. pit. 3J, 

fremede L 45 ; gefremede ix. 33 ; 

pp. gefremed 138. 11. 
flromu,/. advantage; 30. 10, 60. 

37. 
bia, adj. free; 89. 6n. ; freoh 

148. 14; a. freone 143. 3; /. 

frige 143. 7; pi. fico, frise* 

144. 3 ; g. triora xxi. 3 ; a. freo 

143- 9. 




GLOSSARY 




136.31: 

.17, ivii. 13. 16; from 

frnroan n. lo; a. ;S. 9. 69. 18. 

147. 17, »9. '48. •- -*ii- >■ "f 

ed/'. — toraui, Dial ; a. Oast IRI- 

mui gecynde 69. 14* ; <t. Ihiiiun 

(ccaft — fhimicegft 69. 17*, 31*. 
frumoierr, n. firti time ; ^. zl 

rrDinceiTe, it once 145. if. 
framaceaft, y. creation, origia; 

rf. [mmsceafte 58. 8, xiU. 7; * 

(nimKoSt ivii. 14. 
fyomitol, n>. original seat, htnue; 

H. 115; a. M. 6j. 
frymS, /! origin, b^innii^; <■ 

fcl fiymffe li. 38, 77, liii. IJ. 

ixlT- 38. 
fogol, m. bird ; foel \Kvii. 14 ; ^. 

fngleuiv. 1;/;.^. fnElB57. », 

ixvil. 19; ^. fugelnm tif. 4*: 

fuglmn III. 15*, l»4. 8. xiriL 

II ; a. fngclas uii. 48. 
f&X. aiij. dirty, foul; -/. fil. falma 

"5- 7- 
Aill, 1) adj. foil, complde; 1:, 



&c. 



(uIl : 



perlect 114. S : Ail 13. i 
36, ii. j; fVit. Ailla I la. ig. 
ia6. 13; / w4. ftiUe 83, 11, 
S.K. 17 : M. full 83. S &c.: s4. 
fnlle 83, a, 84. 1, 90. 15; f. 
fblle* xiviii. 41 ; a. fulliie 39. 3, 
III. ]; fulne i«. 31, no. t8, 
iri. B;/. rolle 78. 13: ». foil 

Ba. iS ; ifur. fulic 103. iS, 109. 
14://. B.rulle 113. jn/.fulU 
6g. 1 3 1 wi. rdlUn 88. 19, 7I 8 ; 
a./. AilU 77. 19. 8}. 14, 88. sS; 
fiifle 78. 3t. 88. iS ; mt. (nUu 
77. 13; tufi. ftillast 84. »: ■. 
fiillost 83. II. 2> nA.. ftlljr. 
qDite;j^. 14. f ftcdw/uiv. i;. 
iivi. 1; ; ful 11. J 6 &c, {iguaHy 
rommoH'}. 
fnllfremmui, viv. accmnplitb. 
complete; I06. 13, III. 1; tO 
faHieinmanne 19. 13 ; tW. fri. 
3J. fullfremeB 103. 19; ibj.fn. 
i-s. fDllfremme 103. 17; If. 
fnUbcmed, complete, perfect 
III. 3, laS. 13: H. vii. EdII- 
rremede S3. G ; / wb. roUramede 



7B. to; a. n. Mfremed 73. 19; 

g.pl. fnlfrtmedra 4J. la, 
fDlUremedneB, /. perfection ; g. 

fuUfremednesse 84. 9. 
follein, anv. w. d. accomplish, 

peifonn ; fulgan 19. 31, 114, 18; 

SaXgiag. 35*; fulgangtn 18.4; 

ind. frs. Jj. fnlgieC 70. 16, 

109. 14, 131. n;fil. JJ. fiileode 



ftillice, aAi. fully, perfectly ; fq. 
!S &C. ; cBmf. fnUicor 74. 18. 



most; S8. 

ftaUtruwiftn, tw. w. d. tnut ; ind. 

prs. 1^. fnllrawiaS 60. t%. 
fiilliihlSA«w»«, m. fl. baptiuDBl 

rite; d. fulluhtCeawain i. 33. 
ftiUwyroan, ivD. complete ; 99. 15. 
fUltum, m. help, snpptiit ; g. ful- 

tumea 31. jo, 59. 39, 65. 17, 

75. 8 ; fnltome* S9- 3>, 0- 3'. 

97. 1 ; d. fullume 66. 19, 104. 

19; fultome 101. 1 ; a. fnltum 

47- 7. 79. 3. ""■ 8. 
fultiuniui, ftiltvnuui, iw. w. d. 

help;gefultemaa7i. iln.; ind. 

frs. 3.1. fultumaC 147. 6; fnlle- 

mafl xiT. II ; fit. 3.J. gefullu- 

made 13. 28; gefnltumede 7. 13*. 
ftrndum, ipw. move (towards) , (eod 

to go; 51. 7; ind. frs. 3.J. 

ftindaO 106. 10, liii. 14: fl. 

fnndiaS fg. 8j. J &c, and is. 

339, ]8o ; ibj. frs. 3.^. fundie 

;(ii. 1 : fuadigc 89. 6, 93. 18. 
Airh,/. furrot* ; d.fl. fnniiD 13. 9. 
furlkir, adv. fdrlher, more; 49, 

l4>; fDrSnrso. 30, 99. 13, 101. 

ftirSDm, adv. a) lime, first, jnsC, 
loj. 11, 108. 8. b) CTen, so 
moch at, 41. 31 &c. ; /g. w. ne 
34. 4, Tiii. 31 &c. ; ne furffon 
34.1; gefarVum, aye, and even, 
fq. 34. 30 &c. : ge fnrCon 39. 



fyigali, OT. v. 1/. follow ; vii. I ; 

lylgeui 64. s'; ii»i/. jtj/. 3J. 

(ylgde ;(iri. 54 ; filgde, (yligde* 

103. 3a. 
ge^llan, vm. fill, satisfy ; 15. 1 1 , 

»8. ji, 31. J4, 38. 15 ; ind. frs. 

3 J. gefylB a8. la; gefyllfi 6j. 

i8*; fst. i.s. fyldest 83. ;,'; 

3J. gefylde II. 147 ; sbj. frs. 

l-s. ge^Ue 19- 4; f?- gefylled 

19. o, 60. 17 ) »• fl- "1. gefylde 

71- IJ' 
iyiat,/help; d. fylste xidii. 7. 
^r, «. fire ; 3*. 7, ii. Ii &c. ; g. 

fyres34. 17, ho. 36, ix. 83, 1 a i , 

tag ; d. fyre So. 10 &c. and xx. 

Ill, 14S, uiv. ta ; a. fyr 18. ao 

&C. and XX. 153 ; liT 80. 31*. 
^ren, adj. fieiy ; /. vii. fyrene 

135. a6, Mil. 7. 
(yrmsat. a^. cbieSy.most; 31.5 

(fiitemest B). 
tyre, m. fnne, forw-bash; a. fl, 

fyreas 51. 19, lii. 3. 
fjt^TKa, ■am. advance, belp on ; 

135. 3; ind. frs. i.s. fyrtJrafJ 

91. 34; fsl. I.J. gefyrHrede ao. 

II ; ff. n. fl. m. geryiHrode 9. 

aS*. 

a. 

gadertuiK, adj. united ; ixii. 39. 
Hadrian, tbv. bring together, 

collect, unite ; gegadtian 55, 

as; gegad«ri»D 53- "9, 108. i; 

to gacirianne 19. 8 ; ind. fin. 

J.J. gadcrait 31. 13* : gaderast 

31. i6*; gegffideratt 8j. a; 

3.r. gadraS 38. 3, 61. 10; 

gegidraS xi. 90 ; gaderaS 17. 

JO* ; gegaderaS 53. 1 , 84. 34 ». ; 

gegaedetaS 50. 3* ; pi. gegad- 

erlaS 9. 6* ; gegaderigaO 34. 

Id* ; fst. 3 J, gegaderode 69. 

>3»: sbj. frs. gegaderige 3t. 

39, 60. 38* ; geg.Ederige, absel. 

or If. obj. emitted, coDcenCrate 

(biroseir, his thoughts] gg. )■ ; 




"7- 'S. 9'- '51 13*- 'S: on 
geaie. yearly 64. 14 ; a. ger 65, 
13; //.f.eea™44- U. '9.'?. 
iv. I ■}. di- »7, xiiv. I », «iU. 56, 
59. 66; geo gK\n 70, 15; a. 
ge«r 44 13, 1 '5- tg. «»™i. 30, 
giuv. ojb. long ago ; i. I, ix. 9, 

BtannAlam, oA'. jreai t:^ }t«i: 

'■ 5- 
Seoro, ^'. ready; 107. 3a; d. 

gcaronc vii. 34, 
Eearowita, vnn. full, ptrfeci 

DDdcnlanding ; geaiowito 14& 

'3* ; "■ gearoBfitM, suftrioT It 

gcscudwisDcs 130. 30. 
B«aFipe, oAp. conipldcly, Ihor- 

Dughlyi^n.n'. witaDigcaieii. 

»6, 98. JO, 103. 6, iji. 18. n. 

94, iiviil, 80; efam »6. s, 3t, 

'7'i BO*. E*""*. *»" »■ 

gemon 96. 6. 
EeanriBn, am. make reatiy, fcr- 

nbh ; iW./rj. j.j.gcarw^O 136. 

1 6* ://. gearod, gegytewod" jj. 

geat, n. gale ; a.//, gatn 101. 11*. 

geatweard, n. jtnicor; loi. lA. 

gdo, oiAv. ronnerlv, orold : 6. S*. 
7". 9. II", 15. 13; geo Ecua 
70. 35*, it I, », 34 ; Htuaffsrm 
gio 13. 3, ii. 6 &c. ; gio d*gDai 
4S- 4 : E'U 34- 3»' i in 34- «. 



BBoa, I), yoke ; n. 4^. 9 
40. i»; giogii. 55, i, »o 

geocsa, a'fn. subbing ; 11. ■; 

BoagotSh&d, m. (period of); 
II, giogoBliad lai. 4. 

geolooa. ^I'm. yolk of egg; 

in of old 

gfiomerian, ntr. moum. I 
iiiil. prs. a J, geomrasl 
;trj. /. geomricnde. 

geomemriK,/. mourniiii;. 
[alioa ; rf. gcoinerunge* 

geomor, ii^'. ud, 
ii. 31 rf-w*. 



: geoc 



Ji-A. 




GLOSSARY 



MS 



^eond, firefi. jv. a. throughout, 

over; to, eotBan i. 58, ixii. 3, 
13-4.53- 7.M. 13. 147. 3"-; 
g. burg* fell IT. 4] ; g. loldaQ 



"5 1 ^-^ 

73. </. 

■17. (f. 



-' ■'. ji; g. w 

■■■51 E- weorulde _, .j. 

viii. 41, ii. 58, liii. 65 ; g. Bas 
mEeian gesceafi xi. 73, </. xx. 
19 ; g. Bralene xx. 99 ; g. eisne 
■idui grand 11. 117, ^. xax. 
6a ; g. middangeaid xi. 103, ^. 
■li. 1, xxfil 12; giond: g, 
ealle Romuux mearce 64. 11 ; 
g. eorffrico iv. 37 ; g. worulde 
"■ 45; g- gesceaft xL 63; g. 
eorOan xi. 106 ; g. werCioda 
xxiv. 3S- 
S«ondliehtaii, tinr. shine ovei, 
illnminate ; gcondlibtan xxi. 

Keoadiclnui, svi. illamlnale ; 

14I. 16, V. 44; ind. firi. 3.1. 

geondfcin'S 86. 9*. 
geondMrrian, v/v. stir np, agi- 
tate ; ff. geondstyred vi. 15. 
SeondwUtui, mi. sec through, 

look over ; ind, prs. 3 j. geond- 

wlitefiui. 15. 
geoDS, ad}, young; a. geoagne, 

giongne* 10. 6n. ; giongne lo. 

'O ; y^ Kitmg* xxvi, 67; It. pi. 

geoage 11. 16*; giuo^e la. 

geonsra, wm. young follower, 
diiciple ; n. pi. gingian 9. 5*. 

seom, adj. dc&irons, eager ; L 
51- 

Seome, adv. eagerly, eatneitly ; 
II timts, 16. ]] andix. 31, xxi. 
ao ; carefully 91. 34 ; gioune 
xxix. 3 ; sup. geomost xxv. 17, 
iivli. 19. 

Koomtbll, adj. desitous, eager, 
eameai ; 51- 9; d.wi.geuTzt- 
futlan 51. 14; n.//. geotnfalle 
73- 3'. xix. 17. 

geomAilltee. adv. earnestly ; 50. 
3'- 

SaomfnlliuiB,/. deaiie, eagenicis ; 
d. georafulnessc 54, 3, t. 

COoniUoe, ado. eaniesCly, care- 
fully ; 7 limti, 9. 19 &C. 






pour, cast (metal) ; 
l^. lo anam wegge g^otea 
90.8. 

giedd. It. aong, poem ; a. gyd viL 
' i pi- tfi^ 'i< 5 • ^- E'^'daiD 
57. 1, xiii. I. 

gleddlan, wv. amg, recite ; 64. 
14; gieddigan 73. 33 ; giddian 
9. lo>, 39. 16, 48. 11,51. 38«, 
60- »7'. 71- 4; giddigan 48. 
»i*, 60. 17, 64. 34" ; gyddian 
46. 3 ; g^ddien 9. 19* ; ind. pit. 
3j. giddodest 13. ai; 3.J. gid- 
dode, tutd in formula, il. I 
&c. ; gyddodc i. 84; geoddode 

BiefttD, ^S.give: gifan 71. 34, 78. 

13; ind.prs. 3.1. girst8i.34; 

3.J. gif« 65.3, 113. 9, 119.31, 

110. 1, 147. is; pit. 3.J. gal 

143. 9; sij. firs. 3.J. gifc 17, 

11 ; prt- p. gifeodc 148. ig ; pp. 

gifen xvi. 10. 
glefol, adj. freely giving, liberal ; 

giful 119, 31. 
giefu,y. gift, grace; gifn li. 34, 

I30. 1 ; gifo 119. 3a; li- gifc 

14]. II ; a. 61. 31, 119. 18, 

143.9,11, I46.9J //. n. gifa, 

gifta*40. ii; g. 17. 15; giJena 

17. 17*; d. giftiin 17. II ; a. 

gifa8i.34,xx. 117. 
gteldui. ivi- pay, reward, reqnile; 

ind. prt. 3.r, gilt 141. 9, 143. 

IJ. 148. 33 ; 'h'- P^'- I'- geWe 

144.6; /J/. 3J. guide 134. 13, 

xxTli. 16. 
gielp, m. boasting, gloiy, fame ; 

SS-7; Eilp4>- "5". 47- '". S^- 

31*; gelp X. 17; gylp68.i9; 
g. gilpes 41. 13*, 45. ai«, 71. 

"7. "ii- "S; gelpei 45. 31, X. 

13 i fiT'pe* i- 9 i rf. gilpe 9- 7*. 

45. 8, MPt. 8. I. 69 ; gelpe 45. 

8; a.gieip68. u; gilp46.3*; 

gelp I. 3 ; gylp ix. 46. 
glalpaii,Ji'3. If. ^. boast; gilpan 

19. 18, 30, ix. 19; indifrs. a.j. 

gilpat 30. 19 ; 3.J. gilpS 68. sg ; 

imp. gilp 19. JO ; shj. prs. 3.//. 

gilpen 66. 5, 
gte^MoaXa, wm. boastful enemy 



346 CLO. 

or criminal ; a. gelpscaflau ix. 
49- 

l^smKD, uv, u', g. heed, cme for ; 
eeroan ™i. t ; iud. fri. 3.1. 
gymB MPr. 8; }.pl. gimclQn 
33- 3'*; Eetndon 33- »o', viii. 
\ai imp. gem, objtrvc i»ii, 3. 

Cleln«16Mt./. carelesEtncss, negli- 
gence : </. gimele 



mellcs 



.. /. c 



Dclral 



, held ; gemcn 

'7- '3'.70- Ji^. vii. jl; rf. ge- 

menne 70. 30«. 
SierolK, icMi. dreii, clothing : 

gegerela 30. it> ». ; d. grgerelim 

iii.a6. 
clsTiuu], «*. V). g, desire, long 

for : to gimanne 90. 1 3 - ini/, 
/i-t.i./.gimst 71. 3;: //. ginuiH 

3S- «S' 43' 3 ; gcornaC 43. j* ; 

fit. t J. gimde 40. g* ; fl. gim- 

dui 33. 14», 
Slerwsn, iii'. get ready, Bdon); 

inif, pri. i-s. giereS xux. ^tj ; 
/«'. 3-//- eiredoB viii. jf ; J>p. 

n.fil. IH, gcgerede xit. 6. 
giaie, fuAi. yes; giie la. gEse 39. 

30* : gyseSr. 11. 
Biet. adv. yet, slill : afitn w. cemp. 

II. i6&c; u;.ni],1Sa,43. 8&c; 

girt usual ferm in C, 11. j6; 

XX. JO &C., ^Kf hardly xeurs in 

B ; git d^iwf 6 timti in C am/ 

uJtiK/ II timis in B : get abmil 

30 /ifRd in C and aivtti 8 /rW/ 

'■« B; gyl 51, 14* ; geot 105. 

II*; gjeta viii. Ii; gila xxiii. 

7 : geta vii. 3, viii. 33, ixiv. 

46. 
jif, fiJB/. if I fq. 1 ^H. ic. j»A/'. Pr. 

u. i. l^ Sec ; w. iitd. 9. 18, iv. 

49 Ac. 
■Jfertieii, f. greed ; g. gifemesie 

slfre, adj. at greedy ; *) desiroBS, 
aifi"; 6°- »3t*). lo»- 3' (a). 

sift. V. gieni. 

■Jguit, «. t^anl r 99, 7 r //, n. 

giguitea. gigantss* 98. 30 ; d. 

gigantam 98. 33. 
glauD. m, gem, jewel; gim xiii. 

'3 i //■ *■ pmwM 73- '7> *9- 



13; J- b|'"">» *8. »7. 15. !,»!». 
3; ^. gimmam 11. 17, iS. J9. 
34. II, 64. 16; a. gimmu 74. 

^Runiiyiin, n. kind of jewel; g. 
gimcynnes 60. 19; a, ginxyn 
74. 1 : d. pi. cimcrnnum liii. 

SliamTeaBd, m. jewelled V, 
palace ; a. eimrcccd viii. 15. 

BinfiBM, a^. sbnndsnt, liboal; 
a.pl.f. giniicst* gi£a 11. 117. 

giulau, wv. sob : pri. p. giscieiKle 
S. 8. 

git, pTsn. yoD two ; d. inc 19. iS. 

Bltasre, m. coTetons penon, 
miser; 34. 11, 38, 14. ij. A, 
114. 16; g. gitseres 38. jg ; i. 
gitiere 60. 18; gtctsere 19. g; 
a.fd. gilseras a8. 3. 

gltiian, vn). iv. g. covet ; bid. jj. 
gllsaS 59. a6. 

EitiuiiB, /. covetouKness, gtecd ; 
16.19,38.3,34,7,40. 7,60.10, 
109. 5. vii. IS, viii. 46 ; gilauH: 
«i'- 43; S' P'sniE' »- '3; '■ 
51. 3 ; gidsungc 71. 16 ; d. 
gitsungn 17. 19, 19. 16. a6. A; 
gilsunge 17. »9«. i9. «•; 
gidsungn 17. 30 ; pt.g. gitsongi 
19.7; o-Ji-'S. 38. "5. 19. 

Bind, <ii(r. bright, pleaxaut; /. 

Bins, n. glass; 1/. gtate II. afi. 
BleeoliIuttoF, 01^*. cleat as glus; 

/. gixihlntni 14. II*; o. /. 

glashlutre v. 8. 
glAftw, adj, shrewd, wise; boa 



glea 



1.5'; 



, 16. : 



Blengaa, vfii. adorn ; iud. fa. 

I.'- geglengde 64. j6, xv. 4; 

//. geglengje xti. 10. 
glidan, ii'i< glide; ind. fn. 3J. 

glid^ II. 170, xxviii. 39, nix. 

37. 
gHwian, HI'. siDg; gliovrlan 16. 

gUwnordi n. song, poem; d^fi. 

giifl«tt, tn. gnat; n. pL gnsMlis 

36. S. 
gnornian, tpv. grieve; 138. li, 



GLOSSARY 



247 



19; ind. prs, 3.//. gnomiat^ 

gnornung, /. grief, lamentation; 
13. 4; t/. gnomnnga la. 4; 
gnomonge iii. 10 \ a. gnornonga 
9. 14, 15. 31 ; n,pL 16. 8. 

god, 1) adj. good ; v. fq. ; good 
is usual fomi in C, god in B ; 
exx, of god in C are given; 
god 35. 13; wk, gooda, goda 
104. 2 &c. ; ^ good, god 47. 
aa ; god 138. 4 ; ». good, god a8. 
II ; ^. goodes, godes 38. a8, ix. 
49> 62; gddes 119. 13; wi&. 
goodan, godan 35. lo"^; g6dan 
113. 27; d. goodum, godum 
1 28. 3a ; /. goodre xxii. 4a &ic. ; 
wk, goodan, godan 18. aa; a. 
goodne, godne 38. 33, 53. aa, i. 
4a ; wk. godan 1 23. 28 ; //. m. 
/. If. goode, godc 35. 23 ; gode 
106. 33; wk, goodan, gddan 
104. ao; g. goodra, godra 18. 
16, 45. 23, 124. 20, 125. II, 
i* 45 \ godra xxvii. 29 ; wk, 
godena 45. 2, 139. 6 ; d, goodum, 
godom 41. 6, 125. 10; gddum 
113. 32, 118. a7, 135. 9, 139. 
17 ; a. goode, gode 39. 14 ; wk, 
goodan, godan 37. 30 ; f, gooda 
62. 15 ; n, goode, gode 79. 
28* ; good XX. 45 ; comp, betera 
27- 27, 35. 16, 72. 14, 21, 23, 

132. 15; betra 28. la, 131. 30, 

133. a6, 146. 33;/. betere 18. 
33, 73. 34, 146. 34, xii. 19, XX. 
187 ; n, betere ahout 10 times y 
30. 38 &c. ; betre about 4 times ^ 
84. 17 &c. ; g, beteran xxv. 39 ; 
a, 71. 33 ; n. betere 83. 35, 85. 
ai; betre 18. 33; n.pl. betran 

130- 3» 134' 16 ; ^^P' bctstxxx. 
4; wk, betsta no. a6, 133. 36 ; 
n. betst 53. 31 &C. ; a. wk, 
betstan 114. \i\pl,n. wk, 130. 
8; g, wk. betstena 69. 14; d, 
betstum 45. 3o; wk, betstan 130. 
8. 2) sbst, n. good ; good usual 
form in C, 37. 3i &c. ; god 
about 1 3 times f 39. 6 &c. ; god 
29. 5» 83- 6, 98. 21 ; g, goodes 
52. 31 &c. ; godes 13. 18 &c. ; 



g6des76. 19, no. 35, 135. i6\d, 
goode 71. 13, 89. 6* &c. ; gode 
44. a8, 1 14. 9, 141. 6, iii. 10 ; a, 
good; god 33. 14, 56. 37, 88. 
35; g6d 106. 34, 107. 8, 143. 
19; pi, n, good ; g, gooda ; goda 
56. 7 ; d. goodum, godum 39. 13, 
88. 39] a, good, god 18. 10, 39. 
9» 31- 25 ; god 37. 10*. 

god, m. 1) god; 98. 38, 109. ai, 
115. 34, 38; a, 115. 36, 116. 1 ; 
//. n, godas 113. 19, 114. 30; 
g. goda 109. 17 ; a, godas 115. 
27; godu 98. 38, 102. II. 2) 
God ; 13. 10 &c., often difficult 
to distinguish from god (2) ; in 
C the two are occasionally 
confused^ God being written 
good, or g6d 83. 37, 84. 2, 13, 
26, 87.30, 94. 4, 109. 16, 17; 
occurs about 170-175 times in 
all; g, Godes 1 1. 7 &c. ; d. Gode 
9. 29 &c. ; a, God 38. 36 &c. 

godcund, adj. Godlike, divine; 
wk, godcunda 39. 39 &c. ; /. 
godcund 137. 30 ; wk, godcunde 

138. 16 &c. ; n, godcund 137. 
30; g. wk. godcundan 135. 5; 
d, wk. 99. 18 &c. ; a. godcundne 
36. 35; wk. godcundan 25. 15; 
godcundan 79. 3 ; without arti- 
cle ^ 136. 7; d,pl, godcundum 54. 
II, 141. I, 143. 12. 

godcundlic, adj, divine ; g. god- 
cundlices 33.3; ^.godcundlicum 
148. 35 ; a, n, wk, godcundlice 

139. 39. 
godoandlice,A/z/. divinely; 31. 37. 
godcundnes, /. divine qualityi 

Godliead ; 85. 38 ; g. godcund- 

nesse 100. 11, 31 ; a, 85. 33, 

132. 24. 
g6dne8,y'. goodness ; goodnes 100. 

16, 114. 19, XX. 31 ; godnes 79. 

31*, 84. 34, 90. 31 ; godnes 

113* 27; g, goodnesse 98. a, 

100. 31. 
godwebb, n. fine cloth; godweb 

38. 31 ; a, viii. 35. 
gold, n, ^old; 37. 38, 39; g, 

goldes xiv. 3; d. golde 11. 37, 

28, 19. 5, 34. II, viii. 57, XV. 4, 



248 



GLOSSARY 



XXV. 6; a, gold 33. 9, 73. 25, 

140. 14, 16, xix. 6. 
goldhord, mn. hoard of gold, 

treasure; a, 140. 12. 
goldamiV. m. goldsmith (Weland) ; 

g. goldsmiCes 46. 1^, x. 34. 
flP^S. adj' grey ; a, f. graege v. 8. 
grafan, szf6. dig ; ind, psi, 3 j. 

grof viii. 57. 
gram, adj. fierce, cniel ; a. te/^^. 

graman 36. 31 ; pi, a, wk, loa. 

32. 

gr&pian, iw, handle, tonch ; 

gegrapian 145. 22 ; ind. pit. 

\j, grapode, felt, groped 97. 

18. 
grdat, adj. stout, thick ; 117. 29. 
grene, adj. green ; d. pi. grenum 

xix. 6. 
grdnian, wv. become green ; xi. 

57. 
grdtan, wv. salute, greet ; ind, 

pst. 3. J. gegrette 8. 17*. 
grimin, adj. terrible, grim ; d. 

grimmum iii. i. 
grimme, adv. fiercely; v. 8, vii. 

51. 
gripan, sv\ . seize ; gegripan x. 

69 ; ind.prs. 3.J. gegriptJ 47. 2. 
grot, n. grain, particle ; a. 95. 17, 

146. 3. 
grdwan, rv. grow ; 91. 25, 95. 16, 

xi. 57, xxii. 42 ; ind. prs. 3.J. 

groweC XX. 99, xxix. 69 ; grew9 

49. 19*, 80. 17*, 91. 31, 136. 



19 



*. 



gegrewC 91. 21; pi. 



growaC xxix. 66; sbj. pst. 3.J. 

greowe 91. 26 ; prs. p. growende 

136. 20. 
grund, m, bottom, ground, land ; 

a. viii. 46, XX. 127, xxix. 16, 60 ; 

oS Cone grimd, thoroughly 52, 

12; d. pi. gmndum xx. 35. 
grundldaa, adj. bottomless; f. 

vii. 15; y. wk. grundlease 19. 

7 ; d, grundleasum 9. 10, iii. i ; 

a. pi. wk. grundleasan, insatiable 

38. i5» 29. 
grundweall, m. foundation; a. 

grund weal vii. 34. 
grymettantgrymetian ; wv. roar, 

gnmt ; grymetigan xiii. 29 ; ind. 



pst. i.pl, grymetodan 116. 18*; 

grymetedon xxvi. 81. 
guma, wm. man ; x. 69 ; g. pi. 

gumena 139. 6, ix. 41, xxv. 27, 

xxvi. 37. 
gnmrinc, m. man ; g.pl. gnmrinca 

xxvi. 53. 
g^t/. war. battle ; </. gu5e i. 23. 
gydea, /. goddess ; xxvi. 53 : 

gydene 116. a*; a. pi. gydena 

loa. 22. 
gylden, adj. golden xxi. 20; a. 

heafodbeag gyldenne 112. 23; 

n.pl. n. gyldenu 104. 17 ; m. vi. 

gyldenan 89. 12; d. gyldenom 

II 1. 16. 
gylt, m. guilt ; g. gyltes 1 23. 2a 



H. 

habban, wv. a) have; d) hold, 
regard; 17. 31, x. 22 &c, 109. 
8 (^) ! gehabban, hold, retain 
25. 9 ; to habbanne 16. 13 &c., 
68. 26 (d) ; to habbenne 30. 10* 
&c.; ind.prs. i.s. luebbe 13. 16 
&c. ; habbe 17. 17* ; mg. nabbc 
127.27; 2.x. hafastxx. 2i,xxiv. 
25 ; hsefst 12. 25 &c ; hafst 105. 
21*; if<^. n£fst3i. 15 &c; xx. 
36 ; 3.x. hafaG 72. 2*, ii. 4, viii. 
43> 46* i^c. 63, xi. 23, 29. xiii. 
o, XX. 153, 189, xxviii. 21 ; m^. 
nafaV xxii. 46, xxviL 5 ; hadC x. 
67, xi. 22, 31, 55. 64, XX. 143, 
190, xxiv. 37, xxviii. 25 ; usual 
fomi in prose 16. a o &c. ; ne§. 
naefC 53. 3 &c. ; gehaefS, holds, 
possesses 47. 2'*'; pi. habbaS 
13. 29, iv. 44 &c. ; habbxS 
XX. 193 ; neg. nabbaS 37. 25 
&C. and XX. 195, xxxi. 8 ; haebbe 
we 77. 14 ; pst. 2.S. haefdest 15. 
2 &c.; haefdes 22. a, 2$. 20*; 
ngg. naefdest 15.1a; 3.J. haefde 
Pr. 8, iv. 23 &c. ; = sceolde52. 27; 
//. haefdon 7. 16, xxvi. 18 &c., 
116. 1 (6); mg. naefdon xxvi. 93; 
haefdan i. 6 (J) ; sbj. prs, hxbbe 
19. 17, X. 68 &c. ; habbe occas. 
in B, 29. 23* &c. ; neg. naebbe 



GLOSSARY 



249 



35. 21 Sec.; pL haebben 35. 19 

&c. and xix. 47, xxix. 91 ; 

habben 77. ao; habban ifccas. 

in B, 63. 12'*' &c. and 120. 7 ; 

»<^. nsebben 31. 26 ; psL hxfde 

25. 22 ; m^. naefde 33. 11, xxv. 

71 ; //. bsefden 64. 4, 67. 6, 

xvii. i; n^g^. nxfden 117. ii, 118. 

32 ; //. haefd, gehaefd* 30. 25 ; 

mg. naefd, genaefd* 30. 26. 
hadoT, adj. bright, clear ; xxii. 24 ; 

d. hadnim 21. 2*, xxviii. 48 ; 

//. n. f. hadre xx. 230 ; d. 

hadnim xx. 232. 
hadre, adv. brightly, clearly ; sup, 

hadrost vi. 4. 
heBftan, wv. bind, imprison ; pp, 

gehaefted xxv. 49 ; gehefted xxi. 

5 ; gehjeft 24. 31, 89. 7 ; haft 

34' 31*; pi* »' gchsefte 112. 2 ; 

a./, gehaefte 57. 5*. 
hflefteddm, m. captivity ; d, 

hseftcdome xxv. 65. 
hasle, m. man (vir) ; i. 53. 
hsBle'S, m. man ; g. pi, haeleOa vii. 

6, 18, ix. 57, X. I, 68, xiii. 32, 

xxi. 37, xxvi. 49, xxviiL 48, 

xxix. 58 ; d. haelet^am MPr. 10, 

xxix. 22. 
hfilig, adj. inconstant, variable; 

d. wk, haelgan 115. 3*. 
h£lo, /. health, prosperity ; 54. 

25, 92. 21* «., 132. 14 ; g. haele 

13* 30; hxlo 107. 28. 
hfimedBing, n. sexual intercourse; 

g. haemedffinges 93. 18. 
herfest, m. autumn ; 29. 24, 49. 

18, 136. 16, xxix. 61 ; a. on 

hserfest 49. 19, xi. 58. 
hierfesttid, /. autunm ; a. on 

haerfaesttid 10. 12. 
hns, /. command ; d, haese iv. 

26. 
hSto,yi heat ; d, hseto xx. 73 ; a. 

80. 5, 92. 7, XX. 113, xxix. 50; 

h^io 42. 3*. 
hSiSfeld, m. heathland ; <z. 34. 27. 
hagol, m, hail; hagal xxix. 63; 

n.pi. hsegUs 136. 17*. 
YikXjfldj. unimpaired ,8ound,healthy; 

22. 6, 28; n. 91. 9, 94. I, 104. 

32, 122. 2 ; gehal 93. 32, 94. i*; 



d. halum 132. 7 ; 9am halum 

men 132. 6 ; //. n, hale 22. 29 ; 

a. n. 82. 10 ; hal xx. 261 ; comp. 

n.pL halran 88. 21. 
h&lig, adj. holy ; xx. 46 ; /. halige 

iv. 4 ; g. haliges xxix. 55 ; //. 

n. halige 133. 7 ; wk. halgan 

26. 21 ; a, halige 10. 19, i. 25, 

iv. 38 ; sup. halgost xxvi. 38. 
h&m, 1) m. home, dwelling ; //. n. 

hamas 33. 23, viii. 8; ^. hama ix. 

18. 2) adv, homewards, ham 

cerde 115. 19. 
hamfsBst, adj. resident, dwelling ; 

43. 3» 32. 
hand,/*, hand ; d, honda xxix. 61 ; 

d. pL hondum 9. 3^, 149. 4. 

hangian, wv. intrans, hang; 

hongian on "Sam anwealde, cling 

to, 35. 22 ; ind. prs. 3.J. hangaS 

65. 29, 82. 1 1*, V. 4 ; h. on Cam, 
depends on, loi. 9 ; 3.//. hon- 
giaO 130. 5 ; pst. 3. J. bangode 
XX. 266. 

h&r, adj. grey, hoar ; d, harum 
V. 13. 

hara, wm. hare; 102. 7, 115. 2. 

hat, of^'. hot; wk, hata 136. 15, 
xxix. 58; n. hat xxviii. 61; d, 
wk. hatan 80. 9; a.//, hate iv. 19. 

geh&t n. promise ; a. pi. 7. 9*. 

hatan, rv. call, name {w. the 
name in the twm. case) ; com- 
mand ; fq. 39. 5 &C. ; command 

66. 23 ; ind. prs. i.s. hate 96. 22 ; 
3.J. hate9 viii. 51 ; haet 99. 10*; 
commands 144. 29 ; hat 1 16. 20"^ ; 
//. hata9/^. 7. 12, viii. 49 &c, ; 
hsetaO 132. 20; hate we 136.4; 
pst. 2.S, hetc 79. 33; 3.J. het, 
commanded 7. 11 &c. andi. 42, 
ix. 9, 24 ; heht i. 70, 72 ; //. 
heton, named xxvi. 49 ; retic of 
pass, voice 3.J. hatte, is or was 
called i. 53, 34. 8*, 9, 37. 3, 
41. 23, 99. 9, 10*, 101. 23, 140. 
9 ; 5^j' P^^' Z'pl' haten 68. 10 ; 
pst, 3.J. hcte 117. %\ pp* haten 
36. 17, 43. 7, 46. 22, 101. 26, 
xvi. 15, xxvi. 57; gehaten 7. 
12*, 50. 7* 83. 29*, 143. 6, 
148. 7, X. 46, xxviii. 24; If. pi. 



hatene Itj. l6; hatnc 7. 3*; 

gehUene itf. 1 a. 
gehfttui, m. promise; iW. firs. 

I.I. gehxut 1 05. 30 1 3.J. gehict 
. 47- »7. "»'■ S' ; /'■ gchMtB 58- 

31, J1.S9- 19. 73- "6. iT.P". 

i.t. gehei 78. 6, 139. aj; j.j. 

gebete g. n, 50. aft, 78. 9, 31*, 

"39- a': 3-^. eebet T-7. 7i-'3. 

loa. 10, 111.4,1.35. 
bits, adv. hotly ; ju/. hatost 1 a. 8, 
hitheortnes, /. violent temper, 

nuger; f . hatheortacsse lla. I, 

XXV. 47. 
hatian, nv. bMc; 113. 18, xmi 

33 ; tHd.fri. 3.J. hataO 113. j8 ; 
//, hniaO 146. 7, 8 ; iw/. /A 

»49- ! : "!f '■ Z*'^' 3J- haligc 1 13. 

30, 134. t6. 
b&wiui, wv. look upon, suivej ; 

imp. ha" a 10, a6, 
hi, /m». be; Pt. 3 &c Obtiqut 

last! eflen rtfix. ; f. his, got. usiif 

as a fess. adj. hl», Pr. 7 &c. ; 

■a. artielt: hii >io hea goodncs 

84. 14; aio bii gesxllS 89. I ; 

his Siere hean ceastre 141. 7; 

his Ram auwcalde 69. 33 ; Sara 

bi« I^cgna III. 13 : If. wb. adj. 

103. lO ; d. him Pt. la &c 

hine Pi. 

heafod, n 



hiab, 1) adj. high, deep; Bablime; 
/ wi. bea 84. 14. 85. ao ; n. 
heah 99. 11 ; h. wedei, loogh. 
itormy iij. 11 ; g. tvli. bean 
33,6, 133.15, 1^6. a7;rf.hcB0ni 
08. iS; Ttib. bean 16. 31 Sec; 
heoban 14. 16*; a, heaDei48.30, 
vii. 4, uiv. 3, xiix. a ; ivk. hean 
lo5'6il,15' n:pl.d. heaumixi. 
I ) ; cemp. a. t. h. bene 55. 36 n. ; 
luf. hehit iivi. 38 ; wk. hchsta 
6). 34 &c. ; /. lot, hehste jo. 
iiftc. ; H. byhsl liii. 33; hehst 
ii, 4; wt. hehste 53. 3a &c. 
and II. 46, xxix, 74; behiln: 
90' 7 ; ^' "'*■ hehstnn 55. 17 ». 



&C: 1^. tC:*. 16.8 Ac fl 

39, Ktri. 44 ; »uf^ da ftas 
hehsle goode 100. 14; fi. [. 
-uh. bebstena 56. 6, 77. 3; ; «. 
wt. hcbstao t8. 9. i\ oifo. on 
highs?-"- 

h^KbbiirK,^ cbieriown ; 7.10. 

hdohafi,/. deep sea ; g.ii. i. 

hdahaatl, n. high seal, ttuooe; i. 
hcshKtle 1 36. It. I48. 31, IT. I, 
nix. 74: //./.bcalwctlall. 17; 
d. beabsellum 10. 19, itl, IJ, 
IV. 38, iHY. J. 

beald, adj. leaning, inclined; / 
frtd. 57. 6'; //. «. bealde je, 
i6», 147. 7*. 

heoldan, rv. hold, keep ; observe : 
perform ; 93. 34, 98. t: ; tcMtaiii 
•09- 3'. '38. S; healdon i. Jl 
(J) ; bedden if. 73 T ; eebealdu 

40. 13. 59. 39, 65. 16, 76. 33, 
1 34. 38, xi. 47 : support, Hlis^ 
38. 33 ; lo gehealdcnne 50. 14: 
ind.prs. 1.1. helH 31. 13; JJ. 
haldcS XI. 166 ; gehcnldeO vii. 
46: healtSi. IJ*; hett 8ol 16*; 
gehelt a;. 11", 53. j, 84. ij. 
131. ft; hill iS. 3 ; hyll xi.9;; 
fl, healdatt 10. 13 ftcditiuii. 
4 ; gehesldnB xi. 95 ; pa. jj. 
heold <xix. 55 ; fl. hioldon 64 
■3; '"'P' giJieald 114. 1; tij- 
/fj. 3 J. he^de liii. 35 :gehMt« 
76. 39 ; pit. i-pl. hcolden ^ 
10; geheoldon 143. 15; ff. 
gehealden 13. i Bk. ; conlenM 
43. 37, 60. 31 ; bealdon 5;.(*. 

healf,/.o)half; i)side; rf.hilfc 
43. 10 (it ; be bcairc heofoMS 
Cisses, in one part nii. 43; 
adv. healfe Sy swetre, by half 
Jdi.g; fl. healfe 81, 11 (*), 13S. 
9 (6), XX, 164 {_b\: pi. d. uitdcs 
fldb. healfum, half 4a. 16; Aon 
feowci healfe bit, all lonnd him 
46. 4* {b). 

htello, adj. high, exalted ; a. ■. 
54. 4 ; cemp. healicra 71. 11. 

hbilioe, ado. in a high decree; 
comp. beaticor onbnidaa 14. 1. 

hB«U./. halt ; a. heaile '" ' " 



ind, frt. i.i. healsige 51. 17, 
84. 8, 110. 6 ; balsige 105. 31 ; 
3.5. healsaR, balsaS' Pr. II. 

hfi&n, aJJ. lovl)', humble ; a. tvi, 
heanaa 46. 15; fi/. n. heiuie 
xvii. 6 ; a. v/k. heanan 46. 16. 

tifiaaxta,/. beigbt, high region ; d. 
heanesse 13. i ; a. 104. 31. 

Monlio, adj. abject, vile ; n. pl.f. 
heanlita 13. 17. 

bttard, adj, a) hard; b) severe, 
ruthlesi ; c) hard to bear; wiges 
heard, bold iivi. 13; f. heard 
67. 8 (i); f./.heatdreCo); //. 

t. beatdia beoSa xii. a i (f)\ d. 
eardnm broce 133. »S W- 
hoards, adv. tinnl}', ezcesuvely ; 

XX*. 49 ; tuf. heardost 105. 38, 

X. 14. 
bsardhBort, adj. bard-hearted ; 

143- ^9- 
heardwBliEi adj. DQiortDnate ; d. 

wk. htarduelgan 71. 1. 
heaiTdvfilB, /. misfortune ; a. pi. 

beardsxlSa 1 1 7. 34 ; bad condact , 

wickedness 44. i. 
heatn, m. iajnry, harm; 144. 19. 
llAaniiowldiui, Of. revile, abme ; 

45. 10 ; hearmcwiddigBn ib* 
bMTpa, IP. f. harp ; d. hearpan 

liB»PpHre,in. harp-player; lol. 33, 

14, 10a. 3, 18 ; g. hearpeies 

loa. I ; d. hearpeie loi. 17, 

loa.9. 
hMupian, vm. play on the harp ; 

101.17; 'W. /rf. 3 J. hearpodc 

I03. s, 103. 3. 4- 
houpuDg,/'. playing oa the haip ; 

d. hearpunga 103. 16, 103. 31, 

103. 6. 
heaSorlftiv, k«. restrain, confine; 

ind. frt. ys. heaSerafi llS. ai ; 
//. gebeatlorad liii. 6 ; ge- 

heaSierad iL 31 ; a. pi. f. ge- 

beaCorade 49, 6, 57. 5. 
haaSorlao, m. iwrior; g. pi. 

heat)orlnca ix. 45. 
hebban, jMS. ral*e ; habban 146. 

16, on. 18; imp. fl. hebbaS 

149. 3. 



"iARY 251 

h jdan, ■am. catch up, seize ; sbj. 
prs. 3J. gehede nvii. 15. 

heflg, ai^'. heavy; grievous; 70. 
a;, XX. 366, xxix. S3; «. 15.3, 
73. 33, nil. I ; difficult 137. Jl; 

f. Tiik. hefige 136. 13; d. f. 
hefigre 108.7 '• '"*■ tefe^n ^a. 
30; a. H. befig 40. I, IX. ss; 
fOBi/,/. befigre So. 30, xi. 133; 

g. hefigian 50. ao ; a. n. hefigre 
119. 15. 

heflglice, adv. grievously; 41. 

heflgnea j'.beav iDe«,sluggighnesi; 

xxii. 35, 19 ; melancholy 56. 14; 

hsefignes 95. 7*; d. befignesic 

95. 37; hcfincssciiii. 63 ; hscfig- 

nesse 95. 33*. 
helan, 1114. conceal ; 147. 15 ; ind, 

/ri. 3,j. bil5 6i.i3. 
bell,/ Hades, hell; g. belle 10a. 

U, 13, 103. I4,viii. si; rf. 34. 

8, toa. 3. 
hellware, //. m. inhabitants of 

bell; wt. bellwaran 101. 37; 

g. hellwara 103. a, 4; vik. 

hellwarana 103. 4>. 
helro, frr. tree-top ;9I. a8 ; a. 9a. 1. 
hslmaiUfn. helm of ship; 97, 11 ; 

d. helman 98. a. 
helpan, svi- to. g. or d. i»s. 31 ; 

gebelpan 30. la ; imp. help lO. 

16 ; sbj. prs. 3,1. belpe 1 33. 16 ; 

imperi. help, avail 144. 34; pp. 

geholpen 145. I. 
bentan, 7"!'. catch, seiic; geoCD- 

tan xiii. 33. 
hfio, /Tffn. she; usual form in^, 

Pr. 10 &C. i bio uiual form in 

C, 13. 9, i. 77 itc. ; about to 

limes in B, Pr. t &c. ; hi J 30. 

18: hie 49. a4», 57. i6*\g. and 

d. hire; g. of tin used as a possess. 

Sec; often hiere in B, aa. 15* 
Sc; heore 10. 4*, 7', 34*, 11. 
6*, 49. 34*; biote 47. lo*, 141. 
14; byre 9. 8*; a. hie, usual 
form Pr. i», 13. 31. v. 9 ftc. ; 
hi Pr. 9*, 35, 8 &c. and xx. 166, 
"4. "1, "9. *"'■ 65; /"'■/'■ 
V. bio. 



252 



GLOSSARY 



hAoflan, 7W. inirans, lament ; prs. 

p. heoBende 8. 6. 
heofon, m, sky, heaven ; 7 a. 21 ; 

heofen 17. 23*; hefon 99. 13*; 

g. heofones 10. i, x. 7 &c. ; hio- 

fones xxi. 39; beofenes 72. 17, 

98. 29, 135. 27; hiofenet 105. 
19; heofnes 135. 25; hefones 
iv. 2 ; d, heofone 10. 6, 21. 2, 

99. 1 2, xxviii. 48 ; hefone vi. 4 ; 
a. heofon 10. 2, 41. 24, 99. i, 
105. 16, xi. 30, xxiv. 29; hefon 
18. 7, iv. 4 ; //. g. heofona xiii. 
6, xxix. 71 ; </. heofonum 9. 19, 
18. 10, 129. 30, iv. 26 &c. ; 
heofennm 98. 29; hiofonum 81. 
33 ; hefonum 24. 29, 45. 27, ix. 
18. 

heofonound, cuij, heavenly ; heo- 
fencund 8. 16 ; g. wk, heofen- 
cundan 11. 17; a,wk. heofon- 
candan 34. 19 ; //. n. wk. he- 
foncundan 30. 2 ; a. wk, heo« 
foncundan xx. 235. 

heofonlic, adj. heavenly, celestial ; 
g. wk. heofonlican 45. 30; heo- 
fenlican 89. 2i\d. wk. heofonlican 
104. 27, 120. 15 ; heofonlicon 
18. 21*; a. pi. wk. heofonlican 
121. 30; hiofonlican 82. 2; he- 
fonlican 18. 10. 

heofonrioe, #f. kingdom of hea- 
ven ; g. hefonrices xi. 31. 

heofonsteorra, wm. star; n. pi. 
heofonsteorran xx. 232. 

heofontorht, ot^'. heavenly bright; 
a. wk. heofontorhtan xxiii. 3. 

heofontungol, n. heavenly body, 
sun ; xxii. 34. 

heonon, adv. hence; hionon 105. 
24; hionan 82. 4, 105. 22, 23, 
xviii. II, xxiv. 50, 52; hion 
XX. 239 ; hionane xiv. 9, xxix. 
84 ». 

heor,/. hinge; hior 88. 12 n. 

heorot, m. stag ; heort 102. 6 ; a, 
pi. heorotas xix. 17. 

heorte, wf. heart; g. heortan 28. 
14, 15, v. 21 ; d. xviii. 11. 

hdr, adu. here ; 11. 29, iv. 41 &c.; 
her on worulde 24. 25, 46. 31, 
1 18. 4, 1 23. 23 ; cf, iv. 47; her for 



^ 
» 



womlde 23. 15, 24. 25, 113. 2 

138. 23. 
hdrbfiende, m, dweller 00 earth ; 

d.^. herbaendam xxix. 61. 
here, m. host, multitude : x. 54 (T*!; 

d. here xxv. 15 ; </.//. hehgom 

xxvi. 57. 
heregeat, n. military dress ; eL pi. 

heregeatwum 11 1. 16, xxv. 9. 
hererino, m. soldier, hero; «. 

i. 71. 
heretiema, wm. commander, 

general ; heretema i. 31. 
here toga, wtn, general, leader, 

chief man 37. 5, 46. 2a, 24, 50. 

7, 61. 24, 143. 7, i. 47, X.46; 

heretoha, consul 7. 12 ; g. here- 

togan 43. 6 ; pi. u. heretogan 

35- 3» ^4- 13 ; ^' hcretogeoa 

35- 5- 
herian, tw. praise; 118. 26; to 

herianne 32. 28, 69. 3 ; to heri- 

ganne 64. 19 ; ind. prs, 3.//. 

beriaff 69. 2 ; pst. 3.J. herede 

141. 13, XXX. 6 ; sbj. prs. herige 

30. 22, 68. IT \pl. berien x. 2?: 

berigen 46. 12, 72. 20 ; pp. uud 

as adj. geherod*, gehered 68. 

23 ; comp. geheredra*, heredra 

69.5. 

herlic, adj, martial, soldierly; 
f. ix. 18 ; hserlic i. 43. 

herung. f. praise ; d. heringe 64. 
2*, 68. 31, 104. 22. 

hider, adv. hither ; 60. 32, 82. 4. 
xiv. II, XX. 164, 235, 239. 

hidres, adv. hidres Gidres, hither 
and thither 108. 14 (hider 7 Older 
^)) 139* 31 » hidres 7 5idres 100. 

tle^pron. they ; n.^ a. pi. ofht, 
heo, hit ; usual form in C and 
B is hi ; hie is fq, in B, ranr 
in C, 15. 5, 15. 12* &c; Yrjab. 
15 times in C, 15. 27, i. 36 &c.; 
in B, 15. 6*, 8*. 16. 16*, 146. 5*; 
hio 33. 25*, 114. 22; g. hiia 
44- 5» 99- 3. XX. 145 ; 35. 4 N.; 
hiera 30. 13*. 99. i ; usual form 
in C is hiora, but heora is fq., 
28. 21, ii. 13 &c. ; heora is usual 
form in B, but biora also occurs 



GLOSSARY 



253 



several times 26. 30 &c. ; heore 

a8. 3*, 32. 7*; d, him. 
hieldsn, wv. lean, mcline; ind. 

prs. 3. J. heldetJ xx. 164; belt 

81. II*. 
hlenan, v/v. bring low, bnmiliate; 

henan 122. 32, 125. 2. 
hienV, f, ignominy, humiliation ; 

d, hsen^ 24. 5 ; g. //. bent^a xii. 

21. 
hieran, wv. w, a. hear; w, d. 

obey ; heran i. 31, ix. 45 ; gehe- 

ran 50. 21, 78. 32, 96. 8, 118. 

11, 121. 8, 146. 4; to geheranne 
50. 10, 24; to gebyranne 51. 
10*; ind. prs, i.s. gebere 121. 
6 ; 3.J. gebeitJ 28. 13, 43. 2 ;//. 
beraO iv. 5, 15 ; geheratJ 68. 16, 
139. 23, 145. 20, xiii. 4J; w. 
inf. 142. 26; byratJ iv. ao; pst. 
I./, geherde 51. 9, 124. 24; 2.J. 
geberdest 50. 26,98. 26 {w. in/.); 
gebyrdest 45. 4*, 65. 9* ; herdes 
vii. 9 ; 3.5. geherde 34. 2, 43. 
18, 45. II, 122. 8, Ix. 15;//. 
herd on 70. 25, viii. 14, 31 ; ge- 
herdon 33. 26, 43. 11, 66. 30; 
geheordon 70. 25* ; imp. gebere 
114. I n.; geher loi. 16, 11 1. 

12, 114. I*, XX 7. i; sdj, prs. 
3. J. here w.d. 66.1^; pi. gehiran 
57. 20* ; pst. 3. J. herde vii. 4 ; 
//. berden w. i/. 98. 7, 9 ; prs. p. 
used as noun : //. g. geherendra, 
bearers 85. 26; d. geherendum 
loi. 13; //. gehered 45. 12, 
67. 12. 

bierde, m, shepherd, guardian ; 

hirde xxvi. 8, 41 ; byrde x. 49 ; 

d. hirde vii. 22 ; a. xiii. 31. 
gehiemes, /. sense of hearing; 

gehemes 145. 18. 
hlermm, adj. obedient ; a. pi. n, 

gehyrsnme la 3*. 
hfersuixiian, iw. obey; beorsn- 

mian 9. 22*; ind. prs. ^.pl. 

beorsumiatJ 10. 14*. 
hierwan, wv. despise, value 

lightly ; ind. prs. 1 pi, berwa'S, 

bercwiaC* 29. 6. 
higian, wv. hasten, strive to go, 

tend; 25. 18; ind. prs. 3.J. 



bigaS 56. 4, 69. 14, xiii. 65 ; sbj. 

prs. 3.J. bigie 51. 25*, 112. 30; 

higigc 51. 25. 
hildetorbt, adj. shining in battle ; 

d. pi. bildetorhtum xxv. 9. 
hiltsweord, n. bilted sword; d. 

//. hyltsweordum iii. 16. 
hind,/ female hart; a.//, hinda 

xix. 17. 
hindsn, adv. from behind ; 1 36. 3. 
hired, m. body of retainers, court; 

d. birede 67. 3, 104. 16. 
hirgedon, B's reading for C's 

styredon loi. 28. 
hit, pron. it; 7. 25 &c. ; g. his; 

d. him ; «. hit ; for pi. v. hie. 
hiWy n. appearance, form, shape ; 

g. biwes 147. 3 ; d. biwe I'Si. 5 ; 

g,pl. biwa xix. 23. 
hiwcutS, adj. familiar ; a. pi. m. 

hiwcuOe x. 61. 
hiwian, wv. shape, form ; ind. 

P^s. 3, J. gehiwaO 129. 9. 
hiwung,/. (false) appearance, dis- 
simulation ; d, biwunga 47. 22. 
hlSw, m. mound, barrow ; g. pl. 

blsewa x. 43. 
hl&ford, m. lord ; 35. 31, ix. 55, 

xxv. 15, xxvi. 38 ; ^. • blafordes 

30. 26, 63. 15 ; d. hlaforde 98. 

9, 136. 29, i. 47 ; a. hiaford 65. 

17, xxvi. 44, 72 ; pl. n. blafordas 

35« 30» 37. 26,67. 5 ; g. hlaforda 

xxv. 65. 
hlafordhold, adj. loyal, faithful ; 

n. pl. m. hlafordholde 30. 27. 
hl&fordBCipe, m. authority, supre- 
macy ; d. 16. 27. 
hleahtor, m. laughter ; d. bleabtre 

36. 2. 
hleoVor, n. melody, song; d, pl. 

bleoffrum xiii. 47. 
hlisa, wm. report, reputation ; 28. 

II &c. and X. 54, 61 ; g. blisan 

41. 13 &c. andn. i| 14 ; hliosan 

^33- 31* ; ^- blisan 41. 17 &c.; 

a. 41. 15 &c. and i. 53, x. 22. 
hlisdadig, <sdj. of good repute, 

renowned 75. 25 ; a. pl. m. 

hliseadige 28. 5 ; camp, blis- 

eadigra 27. 29; ». //. bli«eadig- 

ran 28. i. 



GLOSSARY 



eadignrsic 75. J 
hlud, adj. loud; 



I. hludne 1 



bl&tor, ad), clear, pure : w. y. 13: 
d. hlulrnni 135. 94; a./, hlnlre 
xii. 39 ; vik. hluttran 101. 30 ; 
inst. hlatrc iiii. f.pl-g- hlaCem 
33. 31 : d. hlutmin ixi. 37: 
hluCtnim easnm 8j. »l, llS- 8 : 
J). s.hlutQr, hiaire* I47. iy.m/i. 
a. ,. u-b. hlulrwlM .oii. 3. 

hluire,!!^. cIcKilyibrigbtly; tup. 
hlBtrost ixii. 14. 

hlyatkn.iiv. listen; JA/. JJ. Miste 
MPr. 10. 

hiUBppui, wo. inlrans. itrikc. 
collide; shj.pn. 3,//. hna^pen 
130. 19, 10, 

hneaoa, adj. soft, delicate ; h. h. 
wxlcr. (laid, jieldiag So. 14. xt. 
93; temfl. n. pi. hnescrsn, 
opfoitd te hEitrd 91. 37 ; jm/>. 
hncscMt 9I- 4- 

hnipian,?!^. droop; ind.pT!.^.s. 
hnipaS iiii, 13. 

hoslBB, vni. tbink (aboBt), be !□- 

hoi, 



holt. nm. ibickel, copse ; d. holte 

>iii- 37. S = . 
h6ii, rv. trims, hang, hang up; 

iad. prs. i.s. behit 30. tS ; 3.1. 

heh« 111. 33. 
hoplui, wv. (ic. to) i hope, trust ; 

ind. prs. 3.J. hopaS 17- 10, vii. 

44 ; ibj.prs.pl. hopicn 149. t. 
bord, n, hoard; ■/ horde 31. 13. 
hordt^eatrtoD, h. hoarded wealth; 

g.pl. hordResHeona liv. li. 
honuSiS, 11, pit, abyu; d, horo- 

scBBe 11a. 15. 
lUMp, M. insult, contninely ; d. 

Imftd, adj. swUl ; 



wirtoeK; o.htied- 



hrsdlloa, adv. iwiAl;, ipeedil; 

117. S; ranllicc it. 14*; n/. 

hneJlicoM 146. 18. 
hnDdwBn, m. iwift car, chariot; 

d. bia^twane 105. 1, lo, eqt. 

hnegt, H. dFeis;^. hneglese^ i^: 
pl.g. hn^li 33. 34, 30. viii. to; 
i/.bm^tam ni, 14. 

,«■ 'whale pool.'ociaii. 



braffe, adv. qaickly. soon ; usual 
forms in B, 8. »o- ftc, 48. 8, t j;. 
3'. 133- »3. »i. Q, 11, riU.31; 
raffe 95. 4'; bncSe 41. 18, ti. 
2.1,78. 6, IT. 3. vL 4, iKL 37, 
n^. 7, xdi. 56: Ail hnvCcte, 
Immediately a(lcrwu4* jOl 10; 
brcBe UT. 47 ; sttf. htaOor it, 

19, 145. 15; hncRot 6S. H, 

a I ; «y hiniBor. Tailier. nm 

73. 7, 18 »., 77. 19 ; «(/. hnttoit 

39. 9H., 41. 3,91. is- 
hrdoh, adj. itorTDy, fierce ; i- TT : 

/. pred.iuidhv. 10; i/./. hitoic 

144. 19- 
hiftoMjo, tvi. fail ; decay, perish ; 

vii, a>; iitd. frj. 3J. hrm li. 

58 ; gehrist 117. 18 ; /fi. /. 

peiiihable, d. ti'i. hreosendui 

60. a3 ; pi. H. f. hiecHcmJt If. 

31*; d. hrecHendum 54, I K.; Jr 

hrooaendlio, adj. perishable: i. 

pi. hreosenillitQm jj. 8. 
hreowan, svi. repent ; impfrs. ■. 

d. tmdg. 134. 31 : iHj.frs. Jj. 

hreowfi 109. 30. 
briowaian, uv. sorrow , be Horry : 

9. 9 ; p-i. f. d. brcoai^iaiduin 

8-a4. 
breowaung,/ rcpenlancc : 70. 7 ; 

g. hrtowsunga 70. fi* ; d. lO. 1, 

143- '8 ; «-hreowsang« 143- Jo 
hreraa, wv. stir np, agitate ; imt. 

prs. 3.pl. hreratt 1 14. 4. uvii. 3. 
hreXer, tn. breust, hcorl ; d. hnBra 

»».46«. 
brinan, svi. touch : ind. prs. 3.;. 



GLOSSARY 



=55 



lirA^ett, adj. with firm roof ; a./. 

hroRseste lii. 6. 
hrfir, adj. moving, active, d. pi. 

hronim neatnm 146. 16. 
broas, v}f. earth, gronnd ; g. 

hnisan ixix. SJ ; rf. i. 43, nix. 

63 ; mi. 13. 
bryre, m. fall, rain, dratinction ; d. 

ii. 4i a. pi. hryias 39. 17. 
hu, adv. inltrrog. direct and in- 

direil, how f 8. 1? &c. ; e/lm vi. 

ne ^Zo/.nomie 18. 16 &c. 
humata, adv. how? 70. 16*, 

96. s*- 
hand, K. dog; loa. 13, iit. 18, 

1 14, 57 ; a. hnnd lOJ. T, pl.n. 

bundas loi. 30; d. bnadum 

xiz. 15 ; a. hundat 73. 39. 
bund, n. hiuidred; mid u h. 

sdpsxivi. ij. 
bnndnisoutis, ntim. ninety; 

hnndrad, n. hondred ; snme h. 

Bcipa 115. 18. 
hnndseofontiK, num. (eveDty; 

42. 37.99- ^1- 
bunig, n. honey ; g. bonigM 5>. 

3, lii. 9, 10 ; rf. hmiige 33. 39, 

TiiL 13. 
himtB, vim. bnnter ; xxviL 13. 
huntiui, v/o. hunt ; 73. 30. 
bun, adv. at least, at any mte ; 



hui, n. houK ; a6. 30, mi. rS ; f. 

d. hnse 55. iS ; a. hui a6. 13, 
96, 37. 6, vii. 31. 
bw&i pron, 1) inttrreg. who I 60. 
S, X. 41 Ac ; to. ^^^. ixviii. 43 ; 
n. bwxt, whati 34. 10 &c.— 
who 36. 33, "hwy 17. 16, 31. 
3, C, 104. }6, 148. ig, Hsid at 
ait inlerf. abl well ! why!^. :o. 
14, ii. 1 &G. ; hwEEt la 9. 30 ; g. 
hwges 90. 19, 140. 94, 14c;. 4, 
17 ; d. hwKm 16. 17 ; imt. to 



bwon,why! 8. is*, 16. 4', 31. 
4*, 43. 17*. a) inalt/ any one, 
some one,^. 36. 7 Stciini/i. 37, 
ivi. 16 ; ntul. tt. and a. bwget, 

anything, something 15. 3i &c. ; 
c/ltn w. part. g. swelces hwit, 
aometbing of the sort 17. 10 ; 
lytla liwa:t, a little 33. 34, So. 
5 ; d. bw3:m 16. 14 &c. ; a. 
hwone 68. 17 &c and x. 1 ; 
hwame 106. 19* ; a. n. hwzet ; 
gif hi hwset geayngoden, in any 
way 143. 37. 3) swa hwa swa, 
whoever ti. 33 &c, f. rwa. 
gtitiri.fraH. l)diilribulivt;each, 
eveiy, every one ; g. gehwie* 
liv. 3,xix. 33,xx.378.«i.33; 
anra gehwss monna, of each 
iodivldnal man vii. 33 ; d. 



.,«,> 



1. 43. * 



u.67,« 



gebwEcm, to each one viii. 
6 ; a. n. gehwst 16. 33, 40. 91. 
2) indtf, iwelcei gebwat, any- 
thing of the sort 135. 34. 

bwfir, iaitrnig. adv. where t 46. 
30, X. 33 &C, 

bwiBt, <^J. active, bold ; xak. 
hwata 138. 18. 

bwCM, m. wheat ; 53. i ; d. 



in ; hwMhwega usual form in 
B, 3a. I* &c. ; hwsethwegn 87, 
34", 95. 9* ; hwsethweg 60. 17*, 
71. 19* ; g. bws^wuga 95. 13, 
60. 17, 83. 30, 88. 8. 2) adv. 
lomewhat, a little,/;. S. 35 &c 

hwtethweguningaB, ade. some- 
what, a little ; bw:elhwugn- 
nunges J3. 18, 137. 38; hwst- 
hwegannngea 33, i8* ; hw^t- 
hwegununga 80. 31*. 

bwntnaa,/. activity ; 54.94. 

hwmSer, Vipran. which (of two) ; 
87. 17 &c. and V. 41 ; g. hwae- 
Ctcs 106. 13 ; a. bwiefienie I93, 
»8; /. hwaflre 138. 33; «. 
hwieCer 107. 11. 2) interrog. 
adv. dirat and ittd. ; gtn, ni. j^ 




GLOSSARY 



13. 10 &c. ; aJltntolive qutitien 
hwxOer Oc . . . Se lo. 30 Ac; 
hweder ittMttiinii in K, 65. »• 
ftc. ; hwarftet . . . Rcoh. never- 
thelcu l^. 14. 
gchwaSer, /rvM. each of Iwo, 

hwtBlIre, I'A'. DCvcrtlicleBE; u. 54, 

74, 78, iSJ. '7o.'3o."•'-^<>«'■ 
I>1nulOII.II<A>. whence ; 31. ai N. ; 

bwonon S. 19*, t). ^^, 134. iS ; 

hwonu) 13. 5, 15. 8, %>. 10*, 

3». ii', 7j. 34. '40- 7- 
hwomU,/. T*u1l, OTch ; 46. 

hwealb 46, 4 ; hwralCe . 
hwearflaii, uv. iHtmHS. a) vara. 

rerolVB ; i) ch»nge, vary ; Si. 

16 (a) ; rW. /». a j. hwearfoil 

16. 5 (*) ; 3.1. hwearlaS 57. 31 



h ; 46. 4 i //. 

<»lfcx.7fl). 



<»)•, 



I (a), 88. I* (a), ia6. 



a(a), IJ9. 16(0). xiii. 7S (ai. 
pi, hweorlinti 10. 3 (#), 119, 19 
l']! />/. J.i.hweufodGi. ia,;u. 
JQO; j*f./M.hiK«rfie 18. 30(1!): 
hweutige xiii. 74 [ fl. hwear- 
figen 18. 31 (A) ; fsl. hwcarfode 
iB, »8 (*) ; pri. p. hwear- 
firade 119. 15 (nV 
hweftrfang. / cbuige 1 iS. jr, 
10, 18 ; d. hwearfDD(;a t8. 17, 

hwelo, /«». thwylc usual farm 
in C, bul/g. hwile, iHtf« fonfA' 
hwelc; mM usual /.irm, in B 
arr bweic onrf hwilc, wtdt. 
hwylc) ; 1) inlcrrag. dintl and 
indirttt. which, o7 what kiod. 
3) indtf. (wy (one), wme (one). 
forms: m.f.andn. hwcic 9. 8* 
{»),3o M(2). 43. i9Ca).6o. 
»7'C0.63-M(>).fi4-»9"<0, 
77- "3* C»). 89- 'o (i) ; h*ik 
3o.«0(0.3S. »8Cn. S'. 1(0. 
8s. j-(l).9"-9(').'4>-aW, 
iiif.4Hi).«. 6S (»), xji. 37 
(a), »iii. 45 (j); hwylc w C 
ab, 6 ««« [1), 67. aa fte., awi/ 
«*. 7 timts (a), 84. 30 &c. in 
B, 83. ai*; ^. hwelces 13. j* 
(1), 30 (ij; hvrilccs 11. !.■;• 
(1); ^- hweltum x. 43 (r) ; 



hwilciini 114. «5 (3) i hwytcm 
77- 18 (J), 77. Ji {»!: h-ilot 
41. 3* (');/■ tiwelcere 13. ij 
(i): bwilcere 57. 4" (ii; a. 
hwelcne >6. ao*(i), 57. »»•(»); 
bwilcne xiii. 53 (i) ; btrjlaie 
119. » (2)1/ hwcloe Jj. Jl 
(il, ii. t (1); bwilcc 39. !*• 
(I) i •». hwelc i». 8 (0. II7-* 
(J) ; hwilc 90. 31 < j), 9* 3'<'> 
107. 39 (J), 39. IT" (1) ■ \ewft. 
87. 6 (3); iHil. liwelM 3ti. 1 
(i);^.«.;hwilcie Og-mO: 
hwylcc 1J9. 15 C"). "39- «('»• 
/. hwylce 38. iS <i); m. 
hwelc 73. lo* {i>:^. bwylai 
11. 14* (1) : d. hwelenm 11. t 
(I), 3»- 16' H). 74- »• (">; 

liwylcum 11S. igl,I);&fcmte 
16. i» 1 1 ) ; bwilce 39, ) J* (i); 
/. hwelcc ifi. 3» (I). 19. IT 

(i) ; «. hwelc 64. J9* (1). 

gchwelD, pTon. tv. ^ . ca^ (ooe\ 
evety (one], offy im Men. 
txapt to J. 1 4 ; gchwilc 9 
limii ii. 45 &c. : gehwjL 
x1vi.95.xx1d. 1 1 ; ;. Kthwdon 
6 limis, iv. 14 Ate. : ge1i«iln> 
XI. 1S3, xxii. 105, ixvii. rf; 
gehwylces iviii. 3 ; /. p- 
livi'cli:ie xt. aiH; ^. gdwelcniB 
S fi'fwi, xii. B &c. : gebwileum 
i. 4s, xvii. 19, six. 1 1 gebwjl- 
cnm 4 limv, Kx. 3 aec-./.p- 
hwclcre xi. 78, xxi. 15 ; a. 
gehwilcnc 4 lima, xiii. 31 &c.; 
gehwylcne, iw? w. ^ . 103. 14 ; 
ini/. gehwetce ir. 17, xiii. 11; 
gehwilce 6 times, i. 54 4c, ; ge- 
liwylce xxli. 65. 

hwslebwegu, /ran. some ; hniic- 
hwBgn 120. 11 bwylchmgi 
103. »4. 

tawSne, adv. tomewhat, a liidi; 
(0. eemp. 31. iS, 50. 10, 91. 
»7 ; bwene a' - '' 



&c.ai 
hwSol, . 



xil. I 



betl; 16,33. S7- P- 
^, -,..«i.a9.i2(,.».,ija.ji. 
xiii. 74; f.hweolenjo. I f, 4 
hwcole IX. Ill ' 

hwe»l l>9. 19. 



hweorfan, fcj. intrans. a) tuni, 
move;4),«tira;8. J3Mi).lo. 
H* (fl); iW. 3.//. hweorfsS 16, 
17* (a); sbj.pTS. hweorf« 71.8* 
(A); prs. p. hweuifeode 16. 14 

hwlder, odb. wbilher ; 51. 6 &c. 

hwier&n, iim. inlrattt. a) rerolve; 
i) cbaDgei hwyifan 10. ig> 
(i) 1 ittd. pri. 3.1. hwerfeB iiviil. 
15 (a^j bwxrfeff xx. ill (a); 
hwerfll 81. a?* (a), ij6. 5 (o), 
119. ji (a); hwierfS u. 117 
(ill; sbj. prs. hwerie 100. 10 
(a) ; prs. f. bweifende 16. 33* 



tawier&lc, alj. cbaDging, transit- 
oiy ; H. fl.f. hweiflice 35. jo*. 

hwil, / space of time, time; g. 
h«ile 44. [4; a. fq. in adv. 
fihrasn: hwile eft, some time 
before ixvii. 1 5 ; hwylc xx. a66 ; 
sume bwile fy. 45. la, iv. 10 
&c. ; ane bwik, for a while, 
for a time JJ- iS. 'i4- '9. 3^ 
>. 19, ia6. 19, 141. 



. a6. 



ji ; KDige b 
fS. 30; o6re hwile . . . o5re 
hwitc, at one time ... at aootber 
64. 18 &c. ; Ba bwile Be, cmj. 
while, /j. 33. I4 &c.; //. g. 
hwila 44, 15; d. hwilnm, used 
as aiiv. at times, occauonally, 
/q. to. 8, ii. ^ &C. ; hwylum 
xiii. 49; hwilan iiix. 53; no 
hwilum 133. 8 ; hwilnm eft 13J. 
8 &c I hwilum . . . hwilum, 
sometimes . . . nt other limes 
Pr. I. 3 Sec; a. hwila, 



hwUwendlio, adj. temporary, 
(rsusitoiy 1 n. 147. 37, iS 1 g. 
wt. hwil wendl lean*, hwilend- 
lican 44. 11; a. ft. Tiik. bwil- 

hwlt, adj. while: T45. 14; a. 

pi. m. hwile 74. I, lii. 33. 
hw6ii, adu. somewhat, a little \ 
13. 13, X.J9. 



\ARY 257 

hwonne, 1) intirrog. when? 60. 

8, I48. 1. 2) (OHJ. VI. ibj. nalil, 

»o. ji, 134. la a) gives iitde/. 

maning to adini. of lime, nu 

hwonne 109.13,131. asiseldnm 

hwonne 115. S. 
hwuFfDlneB,}rticklenest;i/. hwor- 

fulnessc 47. 19. 
hwf , inst. of bwsct ; ustd as 

itUerrcg. adv. w. sbj. or ind. 

why! 10. I7,x. II &G.;/;. hwl 

in BanJC, 17. s iv. 33 &c 
hwyrft, m. revolutjon, orbit; a. 

136. 1*. 
hyogan, vrv. think, itDBgine; ge- 

hycgan iv. 9; gehicgan xii. 

ij; ind, pri. 3.1.; hygeS xix. 

1 : sij. prs. 3,1, gehicgge »iii. 

i6. 
hid, /. skin, hide; d. hyde 31. 

h^dui, vni. hide, conceal ; ind. 

prs. 3.1. gehyl 131. 6, 136. ao; 

psl. 3 J, hydde »xix, 55 ; sbj. psi. 

hydde 140. 14, 17 ; pp. geheJed 

II. 151; a.}, gehydde 95. 13, 

xxii. 60; n. pt. m. iv. 41; / 

gehydda xix. 33 ; gehydde 74. 

7*- 
liyBO, m. mind, heart ; hige li. 53, 

lii. 45 ; d. IV. 9 ; a. xxxi. jo. 
byKBaoottOT, adj. wi«c; d. pi. 

higesnotrum x. 7. 
hyhclio, adj. hoped foe, pleasant ; 

/. hyhtlicu xxi. u. 
hynEraii, vni. be hungry ; imptrt. 

ift/./ri.hingre. hingrige'So. 11. 
hjTian, Tov. VI. d. imitate; ind. 

prs. pi. hyriaC 108. 1 1 n. ; hyri- 

gaS 146. 7-. 
hrmeda, ailj. homed, beaked ; a. 

pi. m. hyrnde ixvi, 33. 
hyrat, / omamenl. Irappiogi; g. 

pi. hyisla xiv. 9. 
hyratan, k/d. dress, adorn ; //. 

«, pi. m. gebyrsle ill. 16, xx». 

8. 



li}V,yi pott, haven; 89. 9, iil. I 




laglftnd, H. istiind ; iglond xvi. 
tii rgloml i. i6 : g. igUndci 
xvi, 17; d. it^anAt 34, 8'; 
jglindc ii6. 4 I iglonde viii, 
49, Kxvi. s8 : a. igl«nd xxvi. 31 : 
iglond ll£. 31*: ilwid 67, 3]*. 

ield,/. age, period ; eld 3J. ai*. 
vJii. 4. 

ialde, //. men ; d. etdam Tiii. 3S, 

34- 
Isldingi/.delay ; eldunglio. 1*. 
leldran, pi. pRrenti, nncestora ; 
tldian 3*. JI N, ; eidran J*. 13*, 
i't I- 58 : g. eldreoa 
. j8; cldrnna 57, 

Itrman, wi». ill-lrc»l : tiid.fsl. 3J. 

yrmde ix. 47. 
lermlns, n. wretched persoD ; ^■ 
pt. erailne* 8g, 11 ; ynninga 

lArmS.y^ miiery; a. ermSe 6a. 14* 
65, %1 ; yrmde, ciniiBe* 59. 14 ; 
//. M. yrmOa 118. j, s; .f. 
ennCa ivl. S; ynnCa 71. 13; 
eonnSa 67, 19* ; d. ennBnm 
89. It*, 116. i6*, 134. 15V 
134. 11 ; ynnlfum »ii. 19, ix*i, 
71 i eormOnra ja. S» ; ii. «mi"'a 
19. 4, 6j. 11, 117. 11 : yimOa 



tldian 34. II N 
34.31 69. ij- 




tW. /r>. 3,^. intett t. ij; ind 
135. i^*, i8» ■ //. UnaB t* 
14, ii». jg. 143. 3 ; jniiB III, 
Ml/"- pt- union 49. 8, id.. 
J7; ii'j.frt, icine, line* 1414: 
//. irnm »i. i«. 
iorrs, n. anger; lire xxv. 511/ 

lerrine*, aJv. angrily; 

7t.6«;yirinKa] "" 

xxvi. 84. 
ieralan, vm. be Uigry ; imi, fn. 

i.T.yrsast 19, 1 * ; />-i./. Iraodt 
; «. tcA, ynicndan Iif 

ieraung, / anger ; irsmgSi. ID*, 
II). 4*. 11. 186 : g. inoBgen. 
199; u. yranngn xx. li>>. 

IvSe, it^*. eaiy ; a. etie 145. \\ 
pi. H. icSe tft, 13 : eSe 9*. fl; 



ieVneH, /. eacc, camron; /. ^ 

cBocssB 7. Ij". 
lewan, nf. show, rcir«>] ; 

78. 7, 85. 15, 97. )8, ll>4. 15; 

iW. /f3. 3J. s«cwD 131. j; 

cowaS Gi. II*, 136. ii*,itft. 
//. geeowad 55. 6. 

34 Ac; 

iltaa 7. J, 10. 9, ai, 37 at; ak 

ilce 11. 11 &c : //. ilcan t& ; 

&c 0fl(/iui(. 63. 
11m, o^. iwa ilcc, in Ihc bum <rsp 

35. 3 So- 
ill, prtp. a) TV. ■/. in, 7. ij*, a. 

J38; ftlLcast, i. 13, *>».*. 

into, 7- 4*- 
ino, V. git. 
iueofa, vim. breatl, mind; d. Ib- 

ingehTsd,^ n. miiidithotl^tltii*' 

xiv. 41. 
iniarfe, h. boDKhold fjoofc 

valuables; a. 31. 19. 
inn, riiAi. in ; in to 8. 16*, ei& 

57 ; in guS on, enters a?. ij«( 

in on, into 53. 6*, 91, A, f^ 



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GLOSSARY 259 ^^H 


iMKi, 1) /re/- ") «■■ rf- in. 


/if. pi. Qc tlolcen (oleccaa B) ^^^| 


within; iuiion73. 3i*- ^l^.o. 


^^^1 


into : ionon 86. 19, 91. j6», 96. 


UenUn, uv. ticnt (a diieiuci, ^^H 


36*. 2)arft..v.ilhin,inH<k;36. 


ctiic ; iW. /ri. j.j. IncnaG 134. ^^^1 


9», ij, 51. 4, 73- 5, 8», 141. 


■7- ^H 


'6*.v-4i.+t:i°"<"'73- £•;!""< 


ISoe, »<. physician 1 38. S, 133. f,. ^H 


43. 3>', I- 7», "»■ 19. 45- "■ 


:s, 134.16; ^. U3. '3. 33;//- ^H 


n/rd OQinnan. 


H. Ipccas 113. It H.; jP. Iieca 107. ^^^H 


innMWeai-d, 1) adf. inward, in- 


^H 


leraal; wiA mid innewcarile 




mode;o. 11, 38. 119. 11 ; inne- 


remedy; 33. K, 51.1. ^^^1 


weaidan 94. i8", 119. il*. 2) 


Ifioedom, m. remeily, medicine; ^^^1 


adv. within ; 91. 3. 


137. 34, 135. 10; a. 50. 30. ^^^1 


inni&n, jvj'. enter ; frs. ind. 3^. 


Ifidsn. wv. lead; 51. 11. I03. 3. ^^1 


innaHsi. 4 «. 


U3- 33- ""'91 '0 ■•'cdannc 51. ^^^| 


iimoW, B*. interior, inside (of 


7 ; iiid. prs. 2J. liEdst 100. 5, ^^^H 


body); rf. innonesl. 4. 


140. I ; 3./. Ixl 17. 8*, 60. 31 ■ ; ^^^1 


innniiB./.conleots; ^j, Ji. 


gelxt 104. 37 ; //. Icedafl 4S. I ^^^1 




vii. 40; fit. i-i. liedde 103. 10, ^^^^| 


i*. 56. 4*, 106. as; ingeOonc 


xnj. 16, 39; plAoAioa 101. 17, ^^H 




i. a: sij. pri. Iredc 51. 13, 1J3. ^^H 


cea 68. 3*. n^i. ai ; ingeSonces 


>3. 14. n<)- 30, 33: fl- 'aedon ^^m 


44. 31; rf. ingeCance 51. i6» r 


73- 30' ; ff. gtl^d 36. 11. ^H 




Iteden, n. Ijtin language ; d. of ^^H 


95. 6' ; ingeBoncTB, s.xiii. u. 




^, x,iLL 8, «vi. 94; a.//- 


lefan, uw, leave ; bequeath ; to _^^M 


ingeBoncas 14. 17- 


Wnmae 41. <; ; ind.pn.pl. IxfaS ^^1 


inweardUo, a^., v. forinwewd- 


34. to ; tiefed 13. 3D, 43. 9. ^^^H 


Uo. 


ISnan, nf. lend, grant ; //. a.pi. ^^^H 


inweardlice , aiA/. inwardly, ear- 


gelxnde 31. ^^^^| 


t.e».ly : ixii. 


Uene, adj. tiondtory, pieearious ; ^^^^| 




41. 18; g. la-ns xxvi, 113; d. ^^^^| 


uiwideoncasix.8; rf. inwilOon. 


nr>. liiman xix. 35 ; a. Txnne xxvi. ^^^1 


com ^vii. n- 


1061 ii>^. Ja^can ix.cB.xx. i;,7; ^^^H 
//. n. licnu ;«i. )9 ; d. laniuni 53. ^^H 


to, n. ice;ij6. ao, Jixviii. 59. 


Lsooald, adj. icy-cald ; a./ i.csliie 


13, .M- I i »*. l.^nau 74- 8* ; a. ^^B 


Uig.adJ. icy; 105. 13. 


Iftran.aw, leach ; 140,1 ; lolairannc ^^^| 


tsroere, oj. froMn pool; xxviii. 


137. »j; »Hrf./rj. 3.1. ln>rBl37. ^^H 


6j. 


31; gelxieS 47. 30; pd. IxraC ^^^1 




103. 14, 139. G ; /r/. i.j.gelrade ^^H 


L. 


17. 13, 30. 10; 3J. l«ide 0, 3, ^H 
79. 17, 140. 16; !hj. prs. Utc ^^H 




li, inUrj. oh 1 ah 1 why! S. 13, 


69. 8; //. gelEetcdB. 18, IJ. 14. ^^^H 


x>. 101 Sec; nese, ta, Dese 58. 


UeaMD. u^. «>. </. follow ; i. 37. ^^1 


39. 6'- '9' 


gelSatan, icti. a) Irani, perform, ^^^1 


gelfto. n. rapid mowmeol. com- 


carTyoDt;5S-3i,73. 16. 105,31, ^^H 


motion: lagnfloda g. ix, 173; 


tjg. 35: ind. pu. gt^l^ie 7- ^H 


slonna g. »x.i. 19. 


9 n. ; //. celiEttui, followed, ^^^1 


Wo»ii,'T.a)i»/nJ»i.mo»equickly, 


marched 1. 13; i^/./rj. gelfsie ^^^| 


fly ; xiiv. 9 ; ind. firs. pi. laeaB 


50. 34 ; //. gelieKeo 58. 33. b') ^^^1 


ucviiL 13. £) /ni»j. entice ; j^'. 


intrani, laal, endure ; inf. vii. 19. ^^^1 





L S 


^^^1 


H MPiH 


^^B^^^^^^^^^m 




r 

a6o ci0S5^/?y 




l«u, rt>. a^ kllow; i) l«a*e; 


■9ftc.; longe hAbm/ ■ (UfiMt, IQ. 




lave bt^ind; <) think, drem i 


3. i. JO &c. ; Iwig iuiri.99 ; i»^ 




i/)c«!i«e: 38. i»(«l,7i, 2j ((>. 


leng 84.3 *<^— rfiktiilT 




tij. »6 (0): 1. ?« bwinge, let 


m/. lengcit it. 17. 




go 144. 30: 1. bioQ. let alone, 


Isn^n, d^. luting, endnug; 




drop 88. 33: inJ. fri. t.i. ie 


f. longfxrei 11-, id. 




iMeDuto.-.iet >ton:bxi>:. 






16: t.t.hcun iv.go(a); Ixlnt 


4S. 17- 




l6.301*):l«tEllos.i5*l*),xiiv. 
19(*); 3J. 1w j6. 6td!, xi. ;i 


Ur, / teaching, doonne : »:. i;. 




139. 30: f. Utrji. 1, ij5,ji. 




(a;«c,UJ.aj(J.^/>/.l*U0J3. 


139. 31; rf. 95. 15, ». ij.nii 




7.9t«), J4- io(A),riii. 11 [,); 


41 i l«re. lesaoo 137. 14; c.Uit 1 




place, [30. 16, 141. t, 3; Iselcge 


9. 3, .04.19, i. 68;//.rf.h™i 
8. 33, II. 4. 14. 18. io.ii;<. 




71. i9(fll: /rf. 3j. let ixvi. 13 




(*);>wAlKl»..io (a) ://.(««« 


WajO. 36. JOI. 14. 108. 1. 




8. )i(«); jW./f/. Ltte 119.13 
[*). xoi. 7 (*, ; l«tc 104- » fl ; 
>;.teien67.6!a1: /«/.leleii7. 


11t6ow, m. teacher: 143. ii.uL 




3 ; //. In.nwu jj. 17, aifi. jS: 
;, lareowa «ii. 43:luKmi. 




Sia). 119. 30 (ft, i. 66 .a), 68 


SS; a. Ureowas S7. 16, 




(*P); X- let" 67-6 [=)- 


Uit, M. footprint, tiaek; *. bB 




ttf./ remnuit ; </. to I»fe, rtmnin- 


weardigan, remain beUad u. 




wg. left oveT 46. 16. 


141; onlnsi, in theeDd,>lktI 




U«u, w. *CB, flood; in, 40. 


ij. .1,48. 1. IWJ. S3. 




>x. 173. 


UM. flflfe. slowly, late: **>■ 3». I4«. 
S: lamp, ialor 143. 18; N«L 






l»lo«9i.i6. 
litt6o»,«.™de:tSuleii«.»J«T 
ladfcow ^3. 16, 105. Jia-ta* 




». IILIXTI. 16. 




luid. n. land; country; 40. 11; 




lond jg. 1): f'. Undrt oi. ji. 
Ij6. 30«; londes 41. l6* xii. 


tfow S7. 13- 




la«. 1) adj. hoitilei batefbl; (4. 




37; rf.lnndeflAji(/9i'/»Mj,43.l7 


36, Tiii. 3S, I*. 6 : «/. laSe ). 




&c. <iH(/xii.6, uviii. 57 ; lunde 


34 ; a. )8. 4 ; f«M. a. Ii0tu 
iv. 34: a.«.«.*. U0te)J.3, tl 




43. 35, 16. liii. 18; fl. land f,i. 




19*. 60. 39*, IIS- jo', in. 40; 


sbst. n. offence ; r. laBet 19. 17. 
ISBlioe. aA,- hntefully, boniblTi 




lond 40. 17, »ii. 1 ; f>l. lond 19. 






II vi. 83. 




laag,a.ij.igm.e/hmt.\onK; 44. 
25:».44. i9.».66i ef*^,Ull 


l*»f,/. permission ; rf. kale it <I, 
II. 131: a. So. ig, i*a. »7.i. 




8j. 4; long 117. 38. i>7. S3; 


67, iivi 3r. 




n. «.*. lange 117, ja : J. wb. 


l*»f, -.leaf; «. 98 j /t iiix.6;: 




langan 133. 36; a. longne IJO. 


.p. leafaio. ia,iv.»4:rf-I«»ta 




37 ; /. lange i». 46, x. 64, xivi. 


93. 3 ; 0. leaf lo. 13. il. 57. 




103; w. lang 100. 38: ymbe 


geleafa.tcn. belief. bith; /.«!«- 
fan 13. 31 «., I+. t9,».aj* 




long, ■! greml length 135. 33; 




fil.wiAtiDgim 11';. 39; i/Jongom 


■3. 3fi- 




133. 14: cemfAtngia 130. 19: 


leahtor, m. vice, «|) ; //. IsAlBi 




a. leDgran 136. 7 ; //. a. Iingran 


ixii. »;, 39. 




ic..i>»;™/.fl.lenge»tneiir.,7. 


lS»n.n. nrwaid; a. 113. 14] //. 




gelana, arf/. dependent on, owing 
10; «. on 6c gelong [5. 34. 


f. Icann 54. 17, 108. 13. I]*- 
30; lena 54. 17*; J. lecnaD 




lango, ado. ef time, long, for n 
lonfliroe;ijA»ii/i9^/»MJ,9.3,vii. 


in. 4, iij. 8; a. Inn t8. 14. 




113. 14. 



iBBnlan, urv. vr. i/. reward ; 134. 

35; 16/. prs. Icanige 137. 10; 

//. Kclcanod 119. J a . 
Itea, 1) adj. <i) ui. g. devoid of; 

CiSa Ubs lii. 5. b') lalse, feigDed; 

■wk. leasa 63. 37 ; /. l«a< 47. iS.- 

81. 35 ; wjft. /. lease 47, 6, 4S. 

I 1 n, less 6S. 8; mi. lease 10. 

13, iv. 46 ; g. kuc5 4:. I], 4.i<. 

»4 : 1/. leasum 45. 8, xijii. 8 1 
f. Icaire 68. 10, 100, 35; wk. 

hioia leasan cyninge 60. 33; 

a. iff^i. 114. 18; pt. lease, nn- 

tnithtnl 116. 131 vih. leaun 48. 

10, 51. J4, 103. 14; g. wk. 

leaieaa 51. 16, 55. 6, 101. 11; 

d. leBSUm 18. 3 &c. and ixvi. 



Uiwlic, adj. false, unreal ; a. f. 

leaslice 54. 6. 
IfiaaapellunSi /■ f*lse ipeecb, 

falsehood ; d. leasspellnnga I4. 

Itaaung,/. iS&Mbood, false story; 

3.. 2i;pl.n.- 

leasnngnm 45. 

leasmiga 99. 4. 
leai, m. salmon ; a. xix. 1 3. 
laooan, ■am. wet, moisten; »W. 

/«. fl. IcccaC 136, 17, nil, 63 ; 

/^. gelelit 80. 17*, Ki. 98. 
UosMl, u^. place, lay ; 37. 8 ; 1. 

tlone miest, lower 144. 30. 
16f, tu^'. diieased, weak ; I3T. I3. 
lanoten, m. spring (seaM>n) ; 49. 

18; a. on lenctcn 10. u', 49. 

18"; on lengten 136. 19*. 
lenoMuUd, f. springtime ; a. on 

1. xxii. 67. 

IflDdan, wv. amve ; tnd. prs. 3 j. 

gelent 53. 6. 
lango,/. length (oftime);<T.leDgii, 

lenge* 44. 1 3. 
Wo, n.™/ lioD, lioness ; 57. 9 (/.), 

73.6, 7, 114. 30; lio M4-30*; 

^. Icon 116. 161 a. I03. 7 (m.), 

xiii. 18 (/);//. «. leoQXivi. 

83 ("..?). 
16od«, //. m. people; g. leoda 



.^^r 261 

lii. 6, xivi. 40, 113 ; d. leodum 

MPr. 4, x». 8. 
ISodfinima, -aim. chief, leader ; d. 

leodftumas i. 37. 
Uodbata, viBt. tyrant ; g. leod- 

hatan 36, 39. 
Ifiodaoipa, n. nation ; d. xii. 3 ; 

a. L 68. 
Uof, adj. dear ; acceptable ; ao. 9, 

i. 47 ; a. leofbe xxvi. 7a; n. pi. 

n. leofe 16. la ; temp. n. leofre 

33. 3'. '4- 5. 139- =4, ■■ 4' '. ". 

«. 3J. 3 ; lup. n. leolflst 30. 37 ; 

n. pi. mi. leofostao 67. a. 
ISofUels, adj. acceptable, pleai- 

ant ; .. pi. m. a8. j ; ,„mp. n. 

pi. Icoftielran 38, i. 
liofwBiide, Bi^'. amiable, popnlar; 

cemp. leofwendra 37. 30, 
Idogan, nil. tell a lie, make an 



xxT. 50; ind.prs. 1.1. Uoge .13. 

1 ; 3.J. lihS 47. 13 ; him on 

liliC, misrepresent him 68. 16. 
leobt, 1) sisl. M. light ; 14. i, $3. 

6 ; g. leohtes 10. 7, iv. Jl &c. ; 

d. leohte 10. s, iv. 8 &c.; liohle 

103. 15; a. leoht 9. 13, iii. 5 

&c. 2] adj. bright; xxix. $a ; 

n. lui. leohte 136. 13; d. nut. 

leohtan v. aa ; a. leohtne v. g ; 

iml. leohte v.- 16 : pi. d. 

leohtum larum, mitapA. 14. 18; 

a. leohte 17. 34, 49. 11 ; ^amp. 

n. leohtre 9{. 7; a. n. ixij. 3a ; 

sup, leoblost ix. 17. 
leoht, tu/j. light (not heavy) ; 

cemp. pi. mcfafk. leohtraQ 33. 

14. 
Isobte, adv. brightly, brilliantly ; 

39. 31, ix. 13. 
leohl&iima, ■aim. creator of light ; 



V. 5. 

iBomiui, OK', leam, study; i]6. 
15, xxviii. 77 ; leomigan 7. 17, 
ind. pst. 1.1. ; leontodest 41. 
'7i 78- V> : liomodesl 41. 
33; pi. leomodon 36. iS, 70. 
33 ; imp. pi. Icomiafl 33. 18 ; 




GLOSSARY 



sbj, prs, pi. leomigen 13^ a6; 

pp. geleomod 35. 19 ; a, f, ge- 

leomode Pr. 8. 
IddS, n. song, poem ; d. Xto^t Pr. 

10, 26. 33 ; a. leo6 about 8 iim^s 

B and C, 8. 15 &c and MPr. 

4; lio9 50. 7, 70. I, 124. 18; 

pi. i, leotJa 135. 19, XXX. a; 

lioSa 127. 29, ii. i ; d, leoVum 

141. 13, XXX. 8 ; a. liot$ 8. 6. 
Idoffwyrhta, wm. song maker, 

poet ; MPr. ; 3.//. leoSwyrhtan 

18. a8. 
lesan, svf,, gather ; ind. prs. 3. j. 

\\s,fS 61. 10. 
lettan, wv. hinder ; gelettan 142. 

18 ; ind. prs, 3.J. let 71. 11 ; 

//. gelettaC 142. 19; sbj. pri. 

lette 105. 32. 
libban, wv. live, be alive ; 46. 31 

&c. and X. 64, xx. 107 ; liban 

ix. 58 (J); to libbanne 41.4; itid. 

prs. 2.S. liofost 22. 28*; 3.J. 

leofaO 22. 5, 26. 16*, 65. 13; 

liofaff 22. II, 16; liofat^ 109. 

30*; //. libbaS 114. 18, 133. 

1 8 ; pst. lifde 41.4; sbj. prs. pi. 

libban 22. 29* ; prs. p. libbende 

45* 26; g. libbendes 71. 5, 80, 

20, xiii. 33 ; d. libbcndum 13. 

12 ; //. libbende 40. i ; g. lif- 

gendra xx. 278. 
lie, n. body ; d. lice viii. 47, xvii. 

12, XX. 236, xxii. 39; a. lie 116. 

15*, xxvi. 76. 
gelio, adj. w. d. similar ; relevant, 

pertinent; xxv. 26\f. pred. 22. 

15; n. 84. 2 1 &c. ; g. gelices 

8S. 10, xxvi. 93; a. gtlicne 69. 

18, 91. 23, 140. 27, 145. 20, 

xvii. 2 ; /. gelice 79. 32, xxvi. 

2; n. gelic 43. 25, 99. 6; luk. 

gelican 148. 19; //.gelice 30. 

5, xvii. 5 ; n. 87. 25 ; a. f. gc- 

lica 91. 23 ; gelice xx. 54 ; comp. 

gelicra 115. 4; //. //. gelicran 

122. 14. 146. 5; sup. gelicost 

xxv. 18, xxvi. 88; n. xix, 12; 

n. pi. fu. gelicoste 11, a6. 
gelioa, wm. equal ; ft'in gelica 79. 

17, 25, XX. 37 ; //. hiora gelican 

X. 59 ; d. gelicum 34. 24. 



gelioe, adv. similarlj, in the nme 
way (as) ; alike ; 46. 15, 58. 6, 
69. 19, 148. 33, X. 31 ; wx ge- 
lice 107. a I* ; sup, gelicost lOf 
16, XX. 211, a 17 {(or adj.Tj. 

•Uoettan, vnf. pretend ; imd. fn. 
3. J. licet 47' 15, 32 ; //. licctuS 
58. ai ; pst. 3.J. licette 45. 13, 
115. 34, xxvi. 36. 

liogan, JV5. lie, be placed ; 115. 6; 
ind, prs. 3 j. ligetT 4 a. 8 ; lig5 
8a. 16, 115. 5, xvi. I a, xx. 279, 
xxix. 53 ; geligeO v. 16 ; //. 
licgaC 104. 8, 147. 4 ; licggaS 
46. 39 ; sbj. prs. liege xii. 6. 

liohama, wm. body; 114. 5, xx. 
341 ; lichoma/^. 56. 3&C. <zW 
xviii. 9, xxxi. 7 ; g. lichoman 45. 
35, xxii. 35 &c. ; d. Pr. 6 &c. and 
XX. 181 ; a. 69. 33 &c. and 
xxvi. 106, 119; //. xxvi. 103; 
a. 82. 3, 116. 28. 

lichamlic,a^'.of the body, carnal ; 
g. wk. lichomlican 36. 1*9 ; pi. n. 
lijhomlicu 87. 3; wk. lichamli- 
can*, licumlican 54. 22; d. li- 
camlicnm'*', licumlicum 54. 36. 

lichamlice, adv. in the body, 
corporeally ; lichomlice 45. 26, 
148. 27* ; licnmlice ib. 

Hcian, wv. w. d. please ; 29. 1 2, 
loi. 18, 142. 2 ; ind. prs. IJ. 
licaS 43. 36 &c. ; //. liciaS 16. 
4 &c. ; pst. licode 35. 6 &c ; 
sbj. prs. licige 66. 3 ; pi. liden 
29. 9 ; pst. licode 43. 28. 62. 13. 

geliones, /. similarity ; d. gclic- 
nesse 31. 14. 

licwiei^e, adj. pleasing, praise- 
worthy ; g. licwyrfJes 35. 9. 

lidmann, m. sailor; g. pi. ]i5- 
nionna xxvi. 63. 

liefan, wv, allow ; pp. lyfed xx. 

244- 
geliefan. luv. w. g, d. or a., or 

clause^ believe ; gelefan 84. 26, 

106. 8, 121.7 (^-Tt 138. 10 Cf.), 

14 C^O ; Ce . . . swelces to gelefan, 

believe sach a thing of you 1 1. 

13 ; gelyfan 90. 31, 132. 18 (/.) ; 

10 gelefanne 84. 3 ; ind. prs. u. 

gelcfe 123. 3 (g.), gelyfe la. 18; 



3^. (reliefxst 13. 31 ; gele&t ti. 

16.84.15; gelyfst 84. II; i-t. 

gelyfO 107. 10 (f.) ; fit. I J. ge- 

lifde II. 18'; 3S- gelyfde "S- 

iS*(rf) ."vi- 40 Wifii- Eelcfdon 

1 16. 37 (rf.) ; gelyfdon xivi. 99 

.d.); m/.gclief, eelef3'-l4; 

J*/ fn. gclefc 118. 16; //. 

gelefen 109. i6(/.), 117. I5(f.)i 

/«. gelefdeiS. ssfaO- 
lieg.mn.Hamei lig34. 17N.1 leg 

34. 17, ixix. 51 ; d. lege viii, 

S4 ; f- //- leg! ix- 17- 
llegatu. / lightning ; a. lygetn 

99. J"; a. fl. VigeU 99. 1. 
Ilehtan, tirv. shine; iW. firs. 3.1. 

lyht 86. 8. 
UetBO, 7W. tram, bead, IncUne ; 

ittd.frs. 3./. litiivi. 119. 
llex&n, TDti. shine ; lixan ix. 13. 
lif, n. lire; ii. 31 &c ; g. lifes 

I4. I, xi. 7a &c ; d. life, e!f. in 

phraic on Sys andweaidan life 

II. 17,xxi. ly&c; fl,lifl0.I5. 

vii. 40 &c. ; a. //. (or j.?} lif 

awritcn 44. 5. 
lifdsKi ni. clay of life: d. pi. 

lifdagniD iv. 6, xivi. 88. 
lifer,/ liver; a. lifie 103. 1. 
llm, n. limb, membei; a. 86. 30, 

90. 31 ; /;. limu 86. a6, 87. 18, 

Ji. 13"-; g- lima 87. 14, 114. 

%\ d. limum Si. 14, 114. 8; a. 

limu 90, 31. 
limian, 'j^. cement, join ; ind. 

fri. 3.J. gelimtf s4- '7; //• 

getimed 96. 14. 
limpaD, n/3. happen ; ind. prs. 

3J. limpfl, gelimpfi' 115. 10; 

fit. %.s. gelamp tol. 11; gelomp 

7. 15», xxvi. 17, 45.4; /y. go 

liniplice, adv. suitably, iittmgly ; 

49- '7- 
UndwiBond, n>. warrior ; n. //. 

lindnigendc i. 13. 
Ilu, /! kindness, faTonr ; //. g. 

lisia L 59 I i/. lissum xivi. 63. 
list, m. cunning, skill ; art ; a. 

MPi. 3 ; fl. lislas xxvi. 108 ; g. 

lisIa xxviii. 77 ; d. listum i. 511, 



IIB, f 



slroi^ drink ; g. litfei 1 



liSni, jvi, joumey, tail ; iivi.6o; 

ind. fri. fl. geliCaC xxviii. 11. 
liSe,' adj. mild, pleasant ; £i. 4 ; 
/. lL6n 138. 18 ; g. liSes xii. 13 ; 

d. itik. liSan 13S. 19; a. liSne 

I3>. 8; d.fl. liSum 8. 96. 
locian, w. (^n. u. on) look ; xxii. 

10 i I. ongean iil. 10 ; see, lai. 

■ S ; to locienne 14. 14 ; ind. fri. 

J.i.locast 111.31;//. lociaS iii. 

27, xi. 6 ; fsl. lucnde I (. I ; //. 

locodon II. [•; imf. loca 14. 9, 

99. II ; ibj.prs. locic to . . . IJ9. 

hOifrs.f. loctende 148. 11. 
lof, n. piaise ; 43. 31, 138. ly ; g. 

lofes 47. 8, 108. 13; d. lofe 36. 

15,44. »9; a- lof '04- - : re- 
nown 43. 25. 
geldma, adv. freqnently ; ii. uo, 

': ?■;■.. 



losigan 46, 18 ; iiid. prs. ft. 

losiaB 63. 16; fsl. 3.J. loaade 

103. 13 ; ;"■ losodon 44. 7 ; sbj. 

prs. losige 117. 15; //. losicn 

16. 6- 
lot, n. wile, deceit ; 10. I), iv. 46. 
lotwranc, m. wile, deceit ; a. fl. 

lolwiencas 1 19. 6. 
lox, m. lynx ; 73. 3. 
liioan, sv3. a) lodi, fasten ; b) 

filnck, pull up; ind. prs. 3.1. 
yc5 xii. >8 (*) ; pp. loeen wiC 
hire gecynde 57. 6 (a), 
luflan, vrv. love ; 58. n &c. and 
xx\-ii. 31 ; 10 luhanne 108. 31, 

113. 14; ind. fri. i.j.lcfast 19. 
16; 3.1. lufaS ai. 17 S:c. and 
XX. 113; pi. lufiaB j8. 6 &c; 
psi. 3J. lufode 114. 14, xxvi. 63, 
65,89; Infbde 34. 6 ; //. Infcdon 
O7. II, xxvi. 91 ; sbj. prs. lufie 

114, 16; Infige 57. 10, xiii. jo, 

luflgend, m. lover; pi. d. lufigen- 
dnm 70. 14; lufiendnm 73. 16; 
a. Iufiendas6i. 17, 73. ao. 

lufU, svif. love ; 13- 8, 93. 18 ; g. 



a64 GLOi 

laran I 59 ; i^. Me 50. i, 54. 

iS, 89. 7, XXL 7; lufui 101. II, 

116, 9, iij a. Infe 103- 9, 130. 

9, 16, 136. 39, xxix. 90; lofim 

li. 81 i d. fl. lufum, Mke 33. 

'J. £>- :9, 54. 16, 67. »o. 
longre, adv. quickly, suddenly; 

vii. .9. 
luit, m. deiire, pleasure; SS- "J. 

la.MPr. 3; ^.lD.te.i5.30i rf- 

Imle 143. 3; a. Inst 88. 17, 93. 

II ; fil.d. iMlnm 53. 35, 74. is. 

'■S.6.i»-44. 
lustbfere, o^. plesBcd, glad ; 50. 

10; a. iDs'Sbxrne 54. 36. 
liutbBrlioe, adv. pleasantly ; 8. 6, 

T03, 13. 
luatbSmes, /. de&ire ; pleasure ; 

g. lastlKi-messe 8. it ; a. 74- 7- 
Inatlics.iiiA'. gladly, williagly; 35. 

4p so. 17. "J- *6. ''■ '■ 
l(ltaii,ji>]. incline, sink (of the tun); 



40 &c. ; g. lyfle 11, 173 ; d. 80. 

35, loj. 10. jijiv. :3, jiiii. 51; 

(/. //. lyCtum, clouds 11. 98, 
lyataa, Wf, impers. ni. a. and g. 

ig. 14; i»i/. ^i. 3.J. lyiteS i. 

14, xix. ir, 39; lystli.36,xis. 

16, 33,iL«ii, i: A/.tyste 18.15 

&c. and H. 19, xxvi. 71 ; ibj. 

pn. lystc I'r. 11 &c. and x. 1. 
geljratftD, vm. fill with desire, 

make glad ; //. guSe gelysted 

i 9. 
Iftel, 0^. liltte, small : 41. iX, 

I. 55 ; wk. lytla 46. a6 ; /. 

lyilu 41. 35 ; w.(. lytle 36. 11 : 

n. iylel 114, 33 &c andx.a; 

g. lyilcs 31. )a, xxii. 47 ; lytles 

hwKt 33. 33, 14. 33; rf. litlum 

xxvi. 3fi : U'i. lylkn 13. 33 ftc. 

fl«./iii. 179; lytlon 30. 13*; a. 

lytelne 97. 1,1; ; litellne I4G. 11'; 
/ljllei4. 36 &c.;B.lylel 148.8; 

wi. lytle 97. 18 ; p!./. lytla 36. 

9; d. lyllnm 34.31 Sic-.m/np./.l 

lieste xiviii. 31 : n. 38. 14, xi. 

1 17 &c ; d. Ixssan 77. 6 &c.; a. 



rf. 110. 17: mp. d. mk. ImtP 

81. is; H.pl. 36.7. 
Irtallcw, ttAi.en.Miy ; 15. s- 
iTtis, adj. cniiDiiig, aly ; a. mi. 

lytegan 11 4. 38; a. pi. Ijtigc 

30-"*- 
IJtle, aiiv. a little ; 50. 36 «t 

OR^iii. 13, XI. iSi ; amp.iia, 

less 101. 7, 130. 18, 33 (v. alio 

Vyloa) 1 /»/. loest, Uut 15. (. 

117 30. 
IftUul, wv. tranj. dimiaisl) ; iW. 

pri. 3J. lyllaS 65. ao. 



tnaolan, vrv. arrange, manage; 
ind.prs. 3-1. macaS 98. 11. 

gemna, adj. well matched, soit- 
Bbl« ; a. n. 14. 6. 

nuBg, iws. be able ; avail ; mi!. 
prs. I and ^.1. ma^ 13. 7,11. 
9 &c. ; mag 41. 31 ; nmg t 
he ne wnndiie, caJi help 93. 7 ; 
to nauhte ne ni., is good (or 
nothing 69. 8 ; m. Saet, enablR 
38. 7 ; m. to sorge, may bt 
a care 34. 16 ; 3.j. ineahl. 
miht' 1 3. to SiC ; mehl 91. 4 : 
//. magoa 33. t6, iL 19 &c, ; 
roogan 13'- 3>*. '39. 4 ; mahon 

14. 10* ; pst. I and yt. meabtc 
13. 19 4c.; mihte Pr. 4; u. 
Tneahtesl 17. ai, 18. 35, nil. 

15, 17; meabtes 18. 36, 33. u. 

mihtest 4S. 15* ; pi. meahtoo 
35. 4&C. :mibtaa.i4.6*; mihte 
we 33. IJ», I46. 19*: 16;. pn. 
m^ge 13. 13; ma?gge ixviU. 
64 ; mage 94. 39* ; pi. msgcn 
9. a; &c. ; magen a8. 16* ; 
mccgon 59. i;*, 74. 8 ; mahan 
18. 14* ;/i/.ineahte45. 17 &c.; 
aisel. li. 103 ; pi. meahteo 34 
iS&c. 

mfig, m. kinunon ; d. pi. ma^Dm 
71. 37; gemagnm 54. 13. 

maBgden, n. majdm ; g. pi. 
mEedena 1 16. 6. 

DiBg8D, m. atrengtb ; 93. 3, xi. 




GLOSSARY a6s 


20J ; /. mxsaet 108. 18; </. 


marked ont.distingui^ihed? So. 


ma-'gcne 38. 4; raicgne iv. »?, 






mftiV, /. fame, glory ; g. mserSe 


wifh migh, aDd mun lia. 3', 


108. :o ; a. 54. 6 ; pi. m«t«a 


i47.l^,xiii.64.66,y; 69, 14. 
xxvi. 64, Mix. 9^: eallon 


74. h:^- 77- 3. «. 36; d. 


mxrenm ix. 1 ; a. masrCa 78. 


niKEeMSS-'S', 67. S*;/'. «■ 


13. 


niat'Do 71. :i; f. mfffittta, 


mBMt, m. ship 5 mast ; a. 144. 30. 


powers Ji. II. 41, ij; mffiena 


mBUn, oiv. imfcrs. drenm ; ind. 


»i. J58. 


fr,. mM jI. 13 ; skj. fri. msete 




S8.8. 


sxvi. 105. 


mSte, m^*. nnimportiuit ; temp. 




11. pi. roaitran 130. 3; tup. pi. 


16. ' 


vii. mietcslan 130. 6, S ; mies- 


T»»g«,/ maiden ; a. xivi. 67. 


tani30.8'. 


mei;V, /. family ; tribe, nolion ; 


nOX,/. measure, capacity; 145. 


maget n. 160 ; </. 7, 1 ; ». //. 


7, 147. 13; d.Pi. 14. 145. 9, 


naegSA ixvi. 49. 


147. 14, 16. 


gemng'tl,^ power, grandeur ; 40. 




T- 


70. 30 ; a. 57, 10, 66. 14, xm. 


megwlite, m. appearance, as- 


iO 1 ^■. pi. magistra xii, 4. 


pect ; a./i. mEcgwlita* xxxi. 5. 


mSBurinc. w. man, warrior ; //. 


m»l, «. time, occasion; i". //. 




mxla 1. 54, xxii. 65. 


rinca i. 16. 


mftnau, nnr. a) mean, allude to ; 


geman, jvrv. vi. a. org. remember ; 


*) complain (of) ; 11. 2 (*) ; 


iV-gEHinnan 11, 13.- 30. 1. 34. 


.■«rf./r/. J.J. msenst J3-a3C*); 


.10, 58. 30, 104. 18, 106. J4 ; 


3J.m«n«iiai7(fl);/rf. 2.J. 
moEndest 17. jo (4) ; 3.J. micnde 


lad. pri. i.i. geman 96. 6, 97. 8, 


100. 11, !o6, 17, 119. 1; J.J. 


ia8. I {a) ; sij. frs. maaie la. 


gemanst iiS, 30; gemunst 106. 


15^0); 7'.-'5('')- 


j8; 3J. gcmonIS 57. u* ; //- 




gemanon 34. 18; /-si. u. ge- 


nuro 1 8. J5 ; 0. /. gemicne xxix. 


munde. v. a. 13. ,l, loi. ij ; 


91 ; Jf*. gemicilaii 109. 16. 


).j. gemyndcit 95. 31; 3.^. v.g. 




gemunde 7. 15. 8- 3, i 57. 79 : 


136. 19. 


,mp. gemun 113. I» ; sl-j. pn. 


mftN n. boundary, bcrdciland ; 


gcmune 112. 7, 


a. geniiere 103. 11 ; a. pi. ge- 


mAn, 1) iM. n. wickedness, 


maro xiix. 9 ; mietu 49. 33 n. 


crime ; ix. 7 ; g. manes i. 44 ; 


iiiSre,a<^'.reiiuwned, famous; 68. 


rf. mane7. 'o; "■"»'"> 39- 'S. 


as, xiiv. 43 ; s- »*■ Diieran ix. 


2) s^'. false ; wicked ; n. pi. 


39, ui. 6 : t/. macrum xxix. 97 ; 






48. 


iv.'i3, ". 73-"- is.'://, wi! 


gem6n«,wjH. intercourse, society ; 


ixix. 9; d. micmm xvii, i. : 


rf, geraanan 11. JJ. 


lomp. laxtzt. 69. s, "- '8 ; 


m&nfall, adj. sinful, wicked ; >/. 
manfuUe 10. 19; g. manfutra 


mp. marost I. 34. 


mfirllo, adj. renowntd, glorious; 


13. t. 




geniKiB, n. on gemong pnp. w. 




rf. among loa. 3, 119. la. 


brate ; ind. prs. 3.1. mxrsaS i. 


numlaD, «^. warn, restrain; pp. 


l6 ; fp. a. pi. gemieisode. 


a. fi. gemanode xi. 34 ; /. 49. 3- 



aikiiiK, adj. man; a, TDimy \ moaig 
i. 8 ; / nwDigD xi. 44 ; manig 
147.2: H.70.11, 145. Simwiifi 
S^- i> 93' < 3 i ^' maniget BS. 9 ; 
' maniei ia6. 16*; d. mKacgaxa 

7-io*.« 13,65. 14', «■'»•. 
134. 14; moneguni 14. iS; 
mxnegum ij. 31, 134. 13; /. 
monlgce 15. 4 ; a. mioieDG 37. 
a*. 4; monigneiN. 16 ; inocnigoc 
66, 13, 69. la, 76. »8, Mvi. 78 ; 




Sc (twrf a. 17. TJi. 9. «, 

asiaJ^.^m. one. ihey 'l- T'- 

69. 7», 114, IH, 13;- a ; mcuDH 
unial ffrm 38. a; &c ; /. m 
la IS &C. : (I. nuum 14. ij*; 
m«n 61. ■;*, 66. i>, 114. jf, 

31. 114. 16*; (M^. IJ*.Jt) 

mon 36. 9 &c; ft. menu jj. 
i4«, lie. ifi*, 124. )o*; ma 
13. ai Ac; ^. niaana^. In B, 
la a4*&Ci aN^6S. ti, ni.tr, 

form in B (uw/ C, 1 1, 7, ii. 31 
&c. ; mon> 4I. a6* : d. monnnm 
9. 31, iv. 35 &c.: d. menDig. 



mccnege f)l. aS ; /. ninncgl 41. 
11*, 49. \t*y 147. 19: manigi: 
"*5- 3"; »■ inaiieBii 87- *'< 
**', a6; ^. mancgrii a6. 



ia3. aa; 



I 16. Ij. IJJ. 



19-. ( 



. '3*. ; 



I4*; luoDcgra 60, 19; 1/. QiBuc- 
Kuni 16. I', »o. ii», 33. 1. 36. 
18,43. 19,92. 32,96. 13«, iia. 
22 ; raoneenm 26. id, 43. 30; 
rawncgum 34. 34, 54. jo, laj. 
19 ; a. manij^ 40. 27* ; monige 

33- 7. 76. I" ;/ """eg* 4»' >8, 
46. 10*, 70. 8», lor. 9, 104. 25, 
loS. a, 123. 8; h. muiigu loS. 
I ; micncED 19. 8; mmiig 76. 
10, 13, 

niaQigf«»ld,<t<^*. nuiifolii.vaiiotii; 
fS, 11 T g. vi. monigrealdBii 
139. 21 ; a.n. manigfenld 63. 3, 
90. 4 : monifeald 9. 7 n.* ; fL n. 
mamigfeald lag, S; fii. rannig- 
fealdnmPr. 5*. III. i6*; m;rnig- 
fealdum 52. 17; n. manigfcaldc 
loS. 11 ; M.manigftald 104. 10, 
118. 23, 133. 15: I**- madg- 
fealdan 7. 13*. 

DMnlgfealdlio, aify'. varioui; h. 
manigfaldUc 1)8, 31. 

mMin, n. man, pcraon ; niBakiiid ; 
5S. a*, T47. 9* ; nan aioul 34 
limes. [hi^ytH B, 1 1. 1 1 &c. and 
xJiii. 43, 49, ixxi. 16 : mopn 

34- 4»: mgn usual /ana I'r. 13 



maaDortm. ». manldiid ; mpocTtm 

41. 28*; moocpi 10. 13*, fo. 

3*, 83. i2, ii». J7. n. hi; 

moDcyiuuH a. 4, xriL g ^.; 

moncj'iinc 10. 17, xiii. 16, udi. 

la; a. monuyna ill. 17*; 

nioncyn^io. j6, tv. 54. xliL 61- 
numntlwKre, adj. gcotW, kinl: 

14?. J3. 
murljrr.m. maityt; n.^. mamns 

maSm, m. trcasDie ; nxi. *a. 
maSmbierde, m. UeasuKC: ».ft. 

maPmhiidat 64. 13. 
meoTo, /. boiuidjirjr. limit: «. 

mearce 49. 24, 64. la. So. 4. li. 

6S. 70-73. »K- 71,89- 
meaician, tirv. mark out, dfsgn; 

ind. prs. 3.J. mearcaO 128. a?, 
meanian, tav. go aslray, en ; j^- 

prs. zfl. mealrigen 55. 23, 
niBoe, M. sword ; ^. pi. mcca h. 

39. 
mSd, / reward ; g. roede 45, }, 

112. 32, 131. 32; d. iia. 3a; 

"-«■ '. 143- 15- 
gcm^de, adj. acceptable, npce- 

able ; n, H. 14. 9. 
medeme,a<^*.; al|ieifect,exccUcn(| 

(i)n..ircapnble(oO; |ji.s(*), 

9 (i«i; K. u'k. 81. ai i«): «. 
mrdomnc, medumnc* 38. 33 |.«); 



GLOSSARY 



temp. a. n. medemre, more ex- 
cellent 85. II ; sup. medomest, 
medemast* 133. 9 ; a, n. mede- 
mast 56. 3*. 

medemlioa, aiiii. smXiMy, satis- 
factorily; 91. 10. 

medonineH, /. exeelleiice ; tne- 
domnes, mciimnDes* 39. 6 ; d. 
medemnesK 35. 14"; medam- 
nessc 35. 15*; a. medemnetsc, 
dignity, high estate 31. it. 

meldian, vni. a) declare, proclaim; 
i) ni. on, infotin against; 36. 
18 (A); ind. pU. %.s. meldode 
MPr. 3 (o). 

melu, n. meal, Hoar; meolo 93. 
5 ; a- 93- E- 

mengan, -urn. {often vi. witf) mii; 
33- 30» ; gemengan 38. 13, vi\. 
8; maengan viii. 32; ind. prs. 
3 J. gemengest H3. 3, n. 334; 
3j. gemengeV 13G. 13, xi. 91, 
xxix. 49; //. gemeiigaS v. 9; 
pit. I.S. mengdest xi. 89, 113 ; 
gemengdest 80. 3 a ; ibj. prs. pi. 
gemengen, join, connect 86. 14 ; 
//. genienged fq. 14. 13 &c. 
and XX. 66, 79, 138, 144; a. /. 
gemengdeSo. I3; B.//. 81. 4. 

meiiiso, /■ multitude, host ; 30. 
33 ; tnenigu 67. if ; macnigo t. 
39 ; d. mxnige xxvi. Gi. 

luman being 76. 6 ; tut. 

ca 76. 13; /. p*. mcn- 

: 60. 16, 13J. 33 ; 11. vii. 



'•S7- 
msieflod, m 



jo; / wk. 

31 \pl.wk. 13. 37. 
mennlBOliO, adj. human ; n. //. 

meonisclice 114. 17. 
meox, n. dung; miox 104. 8. 

merooandel, f. sun ; merecondel 

can ; g. meteflodes 



menc, m. marsh ; d. pi. merscum 
91. 17. 

gemet, 1) sbst. n. measure ; limil, 
moderation; a. 3a, 7, 11, 16, 
17, 60. 31, 137. 19; eises 
middangcardei gemet, measure- 
mciit4l.38* 2) iHi/. tit, proper. 



to metanne wiB, compared with 
39. 4&C. ani^iii. 43; tometane 
39.6; I*/ /r/. mete 44. 33. 
mStsn, WD. meet with, find ; 69. 

gemet 79. 6 ; //. metaS 76. 18, 
'Or-4'5. ""■ '7; gcmelaB 63. 
10, 106, 34, 107. 4*, 5» ; pit. 3J. 
melte, gemette*i03. 33;geinelle 
hine sitlan, found him silling 6t. 
18; iitf./ri. gemete 11. 16,63. 
19. xiii. 18? pil. melte 63. 19 ; 
pi. gemetten 107. 3. 
mete, m. food; 30. 8, 40. 33, 93. 3; 



1 60. 1 



f..93- ' 



I- 45. ' 



43 ; //. mettaa, 
kinds of food viii. 9 ; g. mclla 
57. 18; o. meltn3 57. 17. 

gemetliest, adj. tempeiste: mo- 
dest;/ 33. 13; //. d. gemet. 
fastum iij. 4; a. gemetfitste 
61. 37. 

gemelgl&n, wv. measure out, 
assign ; regulate, control ; 49, 16, 
139- ", »i- 54; ifd. prs. 3.J. 
roelga6l33. l9,xi.S8; gemelgaij 
57. 4, iv. 9 &c.; pil. 1.1. gemel- 

gCmetgniiK, /■ ") moderation, 
temperance ; i) regnlation, or- 
dinance; 60. 7 (i); 63. 36 (a). 




87. 7 (")■ " eemeicnngc 11*. 


g. oi. tntutan llq. »7{ -4. 


4* ifi) : a. ft. eemeigunga tiS. 


mntnm 53. 83 ; /. mBtcie jj, 
34; IP*, miutaa 15. 7 *C. ; a 


Kematllo. adj lining, laiUble; n. 


miEittie $8. J7 &c. ; w*. mastu 


31. JO*. 133. 30; lomf. n. 


13. 3o4c. ; «-.nasl,-(*rf. S4 


gemetlicre 31. jo. 


S. '*- .13 ; /'■ ^^- in«it»n 8. 13, 


eematllOB, adv. nioderately, rcgii 


74- 'i- 


l«rly; 33. i;, 96. 19; SHp. 


mioellio. adj. great, gtand; /, 


gcmellicosl viii. 16. 


micellic«4i. 14. 


matod, iH. Lord of dcitiiiT, God : 




136- 19. "■ 'it "*»- 68 ;f. 


aesse 148. j6. 


metodesvii. 48, ui. ij, »n. 71, 


miala . adv. much ; /f. w. lamf. 


ail. 49, lui. 16. 


8. i.ii. 31 Ac; rovcleau. JJ, 


■DBtten,/ Fate ; a.pt. Ba gtaman 


micele 71. 14*, 95. 7- «->- 


metena «e folcisce men hataO 


ma t;. 3, xivi. 91 ic ; v. g. 


Paroa* 101. la. 


fl. ~ jilt, a greater Dtunbei, 




more. 30. 17, X. 13 &e. ; Oon 




ma Be, ioM) any more than »4. 




17 SiC ; ™/>. maal 15. M. ii. 




16a &c. 


mloBl, flrf/ large ; niocli ; 14. 15, 


mid. n /w^. 1) «--/. i a) «r 


u. a &0. ; n^t. mida 117. IW ; 




/.miccl U.3&C; «. 13, j6, i. 


gelher with. with. 7. ,, L il 


16 &c ; to*, mide «»iii. 78 : g. 


dec. ; among, Gi. 10, 141. it, 11. 


micclet 13. 16, 31. 10 ! miclcs 


viii. 38, t. 47. ixa. r : in ibc 


31. 51, U7- n\ <^v- ""■ '6; 


case of 16. i.aS. I4. ^Wotfn- 


mycles xiii. 47 1 if. mlcluiD 14. 


»««(. «/,nu, wilh. br.^T.i^ 


1 1 &C. ; vjed ai adv. gmtly, 
much, 86. 7, anditimrs in Mctr. 


47 *c. ; fg. fell. »M 31. 30 Ac 


Wxi.77/aiii43,AriH:»i 


i. 74 &c,; miclOI. 111. is; /. 


.wuD«n mid «i£ .p««..'i. 


micclre 7. ij &c. ; wt. midao 


over .45.3. rt».«SMr.«ili. 


34.39 &c.; a. micelne 33. 6, 
VII. ji *c : /. micele 61. 3 ; 


7. 9 *< J mW riht», rightlr, 


rightfully 17. 3t &C. oa/ 


mirfe 116. 5. 14J. 9; ». nii«l 


ixvi. 41, xix. 17: mid unrihic 


aiy. 1 &c; iai(. miole <x». ii; 


36. »o; mid nanum ryhtc fj. 


a/ier mid, 48. 14, 16, 66, 9, 




89. 17 ; //. / micla 147. 10, t. 


xivi. 61; mid Bsem, therebj. 


9 : d. miclum uvi. 36 &c. 1 a. 


Iberenrilh 31. 13 *c- ; mid 


/ micla, micde* 70. 8 ; <emp. 


bwiem hi ma^en . . . ihewhcn- 


m.r.72. 7, 84. J7, xri. io;y 


withal to 60. r3 ; <«./. mU 
Bitm t, in that, iamrouch aa ij. 


marc9. i7ftc.; n. 36.3810.; g. 


maran 31. 11, Tiii. 44 &c. ; </. 


aa. 47, 14, 60. J4 J mid tbroi 


79.4*c-:''-S3-"7*'^"™'"™i- 


Be 6», as toon a> 8. 37. Sj ■«■. 




iW/.; M™»«™-apa*{l):mi<l 




ane noman xx. 56 : mid bebade 


77. i: d. no. aS; «/. n-*. 


Bine x». 69 ; mid »y Crymme 


mxHa 11. 4 ; /. mxS lio. 30 ; 


txv. 13 : adv. mid By, thereby, 


re*, micste al. 16, tJl, 18 ; 


therewith 85. 35, 103. 1, ijj. 


meatc ja. 19* ; h. usi,I as sbsl. 


a,xxii. 181 midealtcu.MllB. 


w. gm. moat; miest ixv. 43; 




mss«v. 36; m«l 146. 17; wk. 


an liund sdpa xxvi. 15, i 


mastc 83. 1. i». 101, mvi. 2; ; 


mannir; mid etacead «. 118. 



]i) aOo. together, 18, 17; there- 
with. a8. 13,99. 3' ""■ i^- 
liiidd>ii£aftrd, m. earth, world ; 
39. )6, 96. 13, liv. 6, ivi. 9 ; 
mid<!aneaid 60, 30* ; g. mlddan- 
geaides j6. 19*, 4 - — 



96- H 



■■ 39. : 



I. 6, 1 



midtuigeBrdes 33. ]]■ ; middon- 
eardesyy. in B, 17. 5" &c ; d. 
middangcarde 135. ig, 147. z6 ; 
middanearde 60, 31 \ a. middan- 
geard 67. jo*, 79. 30*. 104. 6, 
116. i», and% limts in Metr. 
IX. 9 &c. ; middaneird 49. 31*, 
midde, wf. middle ; d. on mid- 
dan, in Ihe middle 130. a, T. 

midde, adj. middle ; d. middnm 
18. IS, XI. 79;/niiddrex:tviii.' 
]3H.i midie 18. 17 ; a. midne 

13. 11; midne dieg, midday 57. 

14, i»6. 13, xiii. 57, xxviii. 
37 ; suf. a. tiik. mldmestan 
ijS. j8, 31: //. u>k. average, 
medium 119. 15, 130. i, 7 ; if. 
midmestum 130. 7. 

mfddel, 1] adj. intcncediale ; 

suf. d. pi. vih. midlestan 119. 

28. 2) sbsl. n. middle, midst ; 

d. on tTam mtdle So. 9 ; on midle 

IX. Si. 
middelniht. / midnight ; d. pi. 

middelnihtom iiviii. 47. 
middewmrd, 1) adj. middle ; 

d. f. on Bjcre nafe midde- 

wcardre 119. 31* ; a. f. midde. 

nearde 136. 8*. 2) adv. in the 

tniddte ; 119, 3]. 
mlddewinter, m. midwinter ; a. 

midewinter ii. ii*, 
mldfarliV, ih. middle age ; d. 

midlerhSe lai. 5. 
miarran, tuv. hinder ; ind. pri. 

myriJTi. 11,73.7. 
miht,/. might, power ; d. 49. i]*, 

iv. 4 ; micbt ij. 15 : meahl ix. 

SI, xi. 99, II. ifri, 178, xiiv. 

40. 51 ; meht iv, 7 ; //. mehti 

1 10. 4 ; g. meihla iv. 9 ; mehia 

iv. 31 ; meabtnm xi. 48, 109, 

nil. 36, 55. 
mihtlB, adj. poirerful, mighty ; 



',ARY 269 

99. a?, 1 10. 1 j», ii, 35 ; meahtig 
no. 11; a. mihligoe 98. Ij ; 
H. pi. mihtige 108. iS ; (mip. 
mihti|>Ta 79. 16, XX. iS; mchtigra 
107. 17, 18, [10.9; ™^. roihti- 
gost 108. 13*; meshtegost 108. 

mibtlBliae,'!^. mightily ; 98.21. 
mllde, adj. gentle, kmd, merciful ; 

tuk. milda xxii. 68 ; d. mildnm 

iv. 55- 
mildelloe, adv. kindly, mercifalljr ; 

10. lOn. 
mildheoTt, adj. gentle, meiciful ; 

•49-3. 
lnlIdhoortiieB,y. mercy ; g. mild- 

heoTtnesse 110. 16; d. 133. 4; 

milto, /! kindoess; u. miltae 102. 
26'. 

inlltalttil, aw. w. d. pity, have 
ibj. ■ 
123. 30; I 
xxvii. 30. 

mlltauii£, / pity, meicf ; mild- 
sung 123. 31. 

mla, fvss. adj. my ; iv. S3 Sec. ; 
se min 23. 15; /. 27. i7,xxiv. 
49; ". >8. 7; g. mines 8. 23; 
/. minres>. 2; rf. minum xix. 
38: /minreS. .8. v. » ; a. 
minne 105. I, I2j. 13 : /■ mine 
1 25. 15 ; minne 30. lo* ; n. BeeI 
min mod 8. iti ; insl. mine 
geft^ge II. 82, 248 ; pi. mine 8. 
13 &c. and ii. iG ; Sa mine 18. 
5. 21. 13; / Ca mina 23. 15; 
^.minra 17. 15, 18.4; iminnm 
8, 13; a.f. mina 50. 26, 108. 1. 

misoian, v;v mil, apportion ; 
ind. prs. 3.J. miscaC 132. 19. 

mlaoierran, imi. pervert, miiuse { 
ind. prs. I J. miseyrre ii. 8. 

miadSd, /. misdeed, crime; g.f^. 

mlaflSn, rv. If. g, fell to find ; ind. 
pr,. ij. misfo 8. 9. 

mlshwierfed. adj perverted, per- 
verse ; n. mishweorfed 31. 27. 

mlaaenllc, adj. difTerent, various ; 
n. mislic 90. 4; d. miitllcum 
82. 6* ; a. n. miilic 31. 19 ; //. 



GLOSSARY 






■■t ^i. li' ; 

y. mislicB 4J. 11, 43. 11 i misllice 
4J.3J',8i.3,s*;m[stle43.j 
ff. mUliini 115.8; /.mulicraxvi. 
f,; d, misliutiai Yi. t, Src and 
; mlillicam Pr. 




i{>lice 



I. 53- 



0», 119. 6, MPr. 5: 
1, i8> 1 f. mislica 18. sg, 101 , 
: mUleca 118. 9^ 
»eiillaa.ibA'.Tiii»ui1)'; milllce 
<|6. 35, io6, 31, xxd. 1 ; mjllltce 
147. 3*- 
milt, (H. mist; 



■♦3.;. 



t 8j. 



I V. 45- 



X. 164. 

1, 6 ; </. 



mlKui, ivi. cdDccal; sbj.frt. u. 
ffeah ic tU miCe, coocesl the 
fiict 59. 3. 

mod, n. mmtJ.heiiit;/^.; i.i6,iu. 
2 &c. : uitdfor Brolbins >m M« 
dialogui. leAeri it iifrinltdviilh 
atafilalM, 8. 27 &c. ; g, modes 
'*. ja &C. ; d. mode Pr. 



) &C.: 






T. 43 &c.; jM.j-. modi _ 

If. £, Si. 7, XX.' i.si ; a. mod 
4S. 8. 

modlg, adj. Iieadsliong, proud ; 
a. B':t. modgnn 114. ag. 

modlglio,']''/. high-minded; modi- 
lie XI. 1. 

mfidor,/. mother ; ai. lO; modnr 
II. 10*; d. ineder fiS. 31. 69. 
19; a. modoi 9. 1, 39. 13. ix. 
jg. 

modiera. ww. mind, heart; J. 74, 
V. jg, li. 98, xixl. 33 ; d. mod- 
es; a. xiii. 31; «.//. vii. 34. 

mAd{[eV&no, m. thoughti, mind; 
a. modgcttonc v. 13, ixxi. 19. 

molde, wf. Hcth : d. moldan 11. 



morgenateorra, luwt. morning- 
sluT lo. 9", 136. 4* : moi^cn- 

stcoTtaniv. 13. 
moillor, ji. maider. Clime; ix-J-. 

g. moiCre* ii. 33. 
gcm6t, K. meelJDg, debate : «./[ 

59- IS- 
mot, swv. be allowed, nujr ; iai. 

fs. i.i. II. 13 &e. : 3.f. nut 

'oj' ii,v. Jg, xiiiv. 56; ij.ttKH 

8. 1 4, V. 40 *c. ; //. moKia iS. 

5 ftc. and vi. 10, li, 70 ; DMtM 

17. 16: fit.miMt 105. 6, in. 

15. 16 i fii. moxtmn 7. 8* ; n^. 

/ri. mote 91. aS, xvi, l^i /L 

molcn 81. 9, X. 64 &c ; fit 

moile 89. 31, i, 39 &&: /JL 

moslen 99. 15, i. j6. 
gemundbyrdui, wp. protecl: dj. 

pit. 3.1. gemundtijnde 102, 19. 
muDt. m. mounlain. hill ; 34. » ;/. 

monies v. 16 ; d. montc (4. 16, 

36. 31, 34. 8, vU. »8, »iii. 48; 

n. rount 34. 18, vit. 4 ; //. f 

munu 43. 10 ; d. muniuBi 7. 4. 

43. 39, IW. 4; a. miuilaB 43. c, 
muroiui. miirouiaii, vr/. <did- 

pl.nin, lament ; ind. frs. JJ. 

murcfls 17. 5*: murctiosl 17. 

?> 3'. 3- /''■'- A muiciende*, 

murcnicnde 11. 3. 
murcimg, f. coraplaini, laaieBl ; 

a. marcnnga 16. 17, 
muraan, roj. a\ be anijoiu ; *J 

care abont, heed ; tnd. frj. jj. 

mymsC 16. 4 (a) ; 3J. 1117108 

III. iS> (j); frs.f.a. m. wL 

mumendc S. 17 (a). 
mn»,/ mouse; 36. 4 ; a. 35. 3I; 

a.//. myS35.3l. 
must, m. grape-jnice. muBl ; /. 

m&S, HI. month; d. mnSe Ji. 1; 

d.p!. ca mutFum 74. 3. 
gFmind, /», memoiy. recollet- 



tion : 3a. a ; g. gtmynAe 13. 4; 
d. J7. 8, 95- >i, 106. 30, 148. 9, 
i. 54, xxii. 58 ; a. gemyiid 103. 
15 i ^.//. gemyDdumvii. 39. 

myndftian. wv. vi. a. and g. re- 
mind; 139. 10; ind. firs, I.!, 
mindgige 25, 35 ;/rf. I.J- mynd- 
gode 97. 16; i.i. myndgodest, 
mynegodest gj- »5- 

gemyndlB, aJj. mindfali remem- 
bering ; n.//. frtd, mingemyndig 



gemyndwisilts. adj. ; 
myndwyrtte 46. iS*. 
mynle, vi/. desire; 
L 67. 



. //. ge- 

myntui, wv, intend ; ind. pst.pl. 

mynlOD 96. ]8, xxvi. 7a. 
myriKQi oi^' pleisanl, delightful ; 

n. muige li. 10a ; g. myrges 70. 

14; «.//.». merge iiii.45. 
myrlgeo, n. pleasure, joy ; a. 

myrgen MPr. 5. 
myrigfl, / pleasure, delight ; d. 

mergt!e. miihfie* 10a. 8 ; a. 

myrhSe 15. 13. 



tiA,ada.n,<iK\ about ^tiiiiesinZ,\l. 
a t &c. iiHi/ XX, 330, XXV. a9 ; do 
usual Jcrm in h and C, 11. ag 

nftcod, adj. naked ; wi. nacoda 

33. 14 ; n. Dflcod sweord 65. 

19. 
nfidre. i^ seipent ; 137.8. 
idetre, adv. never ; ii.iS&c. 
nftnis, adj'. no, none; viii. la, ig, 

36, I. 53 ; /. nten^u n. =5 ; 

Dxngn xvi. 13; n. nxnig ix. 

189; (/. nxnegum xii. 15 ; naen- 

gum iivlii. 73J a. ranigne uvi. 

34; mfy. nxnige Cinga, in no 

way, not at all x. 16, xii. 37. 
DBB, adv. not; fy. 37, 35 ic. ; 

nas 37. j6*, 31. 6*. 
■UMUk, mm. headland, promonlory; 

a. pi. nKssan ii. 43. 
nafa, wm. nave of vheel ; 130. 4. 
attn, /. nave of wheel; lag. 31, 



35, 130. 1. 



.19, . 






37, 3a, 130. I. 3, 4. 

nUifi, adv. in DO way ; nahu elles, 
Id qo Dthec way 71. 16. 

nfthwSr, adv. nowhere ; nawer 
80. 31 ; nawer neah, nowhere 
near, nothing like 43. 1, 4.V 5. 

DBhwnVer, 1) pren. neither ; 
nawBer 67. 10; usually nauBer 
39- 7*. 85. IS &c.; g. nauCres 
138- 3'; d- nauBnim 80. 30. 
2) disjunct. nantSer ne . ■ . oe, 
neither . . . nor 47. 6 &c ; naw- 
Ber s timts in C, 16, 13 Sic. 

nftfawanon, adv. from nowhere ; 















rii. 6 



3+ a*. 5* ; /- alviays 

nan 35.35 &c.; «. xvii. 7 &c.; 

nSn S9- SI g- ""les M- 8 &c.; 
/nanie8.3&c.;rf.>.anum;/ 

nanre 14. 33 &c. and xx. 139; a. 

naane usual in B, a8. 35* «c.; 

nsnne in C, 16.11 &c. and-mi. 

46 ; nonne a6. 6* ;/ iiane 37. : I 

&c lUl^xxv. 71 ; inil. xx. 119 ; 

pi. Dane 61. ao; /. 16. 9 Src; 

g. Tiiart. 54 ifi;y.nKnam45. 

7;a.nanex.66;/a5. 19,33.7. 
n&nwiht, l)/ran. nothing; 13S. 

6; nanwuht ft. 18.33 &c. 2) 

adv. not at all ; ninwuht 39. 14 

&c. 
nawlht, 1) pren. nothing, nought; 

n, and a. naaht 9. 14, 44. 34 jcc. 

and II. 43 ; ne biC BC Danhl, of 

no account, worthless 109. 31 ; 

cf. 109. 16, 17, 110. 18; for 

naoht telle 56. II &c.; noht 15. 

I, 33. 11; used at indecl. adj., 

nanht welan, worthless weafib 

33. isiy-nanhtes 75. a, 4 ; rf. 

naahle about 1 1 limts, 33. 4 &c. 
87, xiix. 88 ; pi. nauhtas 



114. 13; of n. 



373 



GLOSSARY 



. 13. j) &c. and jxa. 361 
naht 16. 33*; noht 11. 17. 

no, adv. and canj. not, oor; 8. 14 
Sec ; tuptrfiuous, t>onDe we ne 
Byrfen 84. 3. 

nSadincm, v. nledincK. 

Dfifth, neftT. 1) ai/D. iK. 1 ; clotely 
94. iS; DBWCT neah, not nearly 
42. 1, 43. 5 : ahwier^n nrah, 
(not) anywhere near, (not) nearly 
ixx. 10: camp, near 8. 14. 2) 
uW a> Z''^- '"'■ d. 9g. 10 &c. 
aw/ mil. 18 : CEOT/. neaiiiG. 11 
&c anrf HI. !39, uviiL 37 ; ™/. 
next 119. 12; neahit 139. 15. 
3) adj. nip. H. pi. nehite 119. 
14: xt nihstan, finally 15. 6. 

genSahten. adj. near, close to- 
gether ; //. geneahsne iv. la. 

n6»lut6w./. neighbouring place ; 
pi. neahslowa 3,. lo. 

Diolfton, w. wd, Bpproacli ; 
sbj.prs. \s- genealKce 80. Jj. 

neailes. ado. not ; 30. 11 ; nallcs 
a6. 18,33. »B«, 38. 24,81.11', 
93-8, 113-31,114. 27, viii. JO, 
ii. 34: nallns 19. 3i», 61. 12*, 
9.1. 19*; nalies 38. 24*; oales 
16. lo*, 19. 14, 22, 72. J, 93. 
19, ivii. 21. 

nian, adv. from near, near \ ixrjii. 



adv. lightly, closely ; 

:iY. 64. 

, tini. narrow, limit; 



249 : d. neatum .10. 5, 32. 22, 
58, 6. 146. 17*. 26*. 
□tewiat, /. neighbourhood, pre- 



tence ; neawnt 65. 7 ; /. oa 
neaweste 34. 26, 67. 24, 11;. 1. 
nebb, n. iaxx ; neb zxxi. 13 ; <. 
j6. i4. 



114. 24, iv. 15; iHd.prt.fi. 



119. 2 



ay. 62 ; 



nemdest79. 33. 9-*- "-. 
//. nemdon 55. 10, 1 1, 77. 18, 
110. 22, II. 196; sbj. pn. 10 
tw^m fiingum ncome, reckim u 
75. 10; pst. gencmdc 79. 3j; 
pp. ncmned i. 47 ; genemncd, 
defined 80. 3, 7 ; pi. geDemde 

nAod&AOU, / gi«ed ; d. neod- 

□eoSan, adv. beneath, belov : 



nergsnd, m. preserver, saTiosr; 

IX. J49. 
narlan, wv. save, protect ; pn. f. 

nergende God xiii. 73, 
neae, adv. no 1 90. 2 ; nese nese/f . 

19. iS &G. ; ne&e ta nese. wbf, 

nbl ohnol 58. 19, 61. 18. 
nett, H. net ; a. 73. 28 ; a. fi. 

net 73. 30. 
nSBan, wv. venture on ; imd. pn. 

3J, gcneffeO xiii. 59. 
niedan, wv. compel ; ind. pn. 

).j. genedest iv. 5, tj ; jj. ned 

145 14 ; J*/ P"- n«fe "4'>- " i 
pst. nedde, oppressed 35. 3: ; 

//. geneded 148. 25 ; gened 9}. 



niede, ado. o( necessity, compnl- 

44; w. Bceal, needs must' 94. 
15 &c and lit. 64. 
Dledinga, adv. by force ; nesdingi 



neodCearf 79. 17; d. nedOcairc 
II, 149. 7 ; nydBearfe 30, 8'. 



GLOSSARY 



»73 



]det«n, n. animal ; netenxx. 191, 

nyten xxxi. 11;//. 0=1=00 43. 

I', 70. 16. 81. ig', IJ7. 3, 146. 

£, i8*, xiviii. 51 ; nyteon 31. 

JO, 93. 9; neotcna 31. 31*; 

nylena 3a. jo* ; g: netena 8j. 

5* ; oytena 146. 14' «. ; rf. 

neteDQm*, nytenam 30. 4; 

nealenum 30. s». 
nletanlio, aiJj. beasl-like ; //. ge 

netenlicoa men 35. 38 (nelellcan 






I '7- 9. ' 



Biht, / night : 51. 7, lii. 16 Sue. ; 

g. nihte 10. s &C. ; a. zxii. 36 ; 

Diht 136. 6*, xL 61 ; on niht, by 

night 49. ii», lai. 16; neaht 

n. 919; pi. g. nihta iv. 6 ; d. 

nihtnm 19.3,11.113,133. 
nllitei, o^. atnight ; loi. j, liii. 

59- 
nlman, sv^. take, lake away ; 

Kceive J geniman 17. 15 ; w. on 

as. 34, 46. 19; ind. firs. 3.1. 

genimeS vi. 13 ; oimV z8. 7 »., 

136. ai, jtili. 34, xiix. 73; //. 

nimaS 48. 11, 59. 34 ; /rf, \.s. 

genom ao. 7 ; //. noman 34. ao*; 

imp. Dim 91. 19; sbj. prs.pl. 

nimen 16. 351 /i/. //. naman 

67. 5*; fp- gennmen 18. a, 41. 

fi. 7. S4- S- 59- »6; a. genu- 

nlSeT, oiA'. dovnwardj, down : i. 

80, uii. 19, 31 ; oyCer, below 

147. io». 
nlBerbeald, Jil/. bent aotrnwards; 

iixi. 33. 
ntSerllo, adj. lowly, inferior ; d. 

pi. niderlicnm 31. 7 n. 
niSttmt, comf. adj. lower; /. 

nidere 136. ]4"; g. neoCenin 



3S*i 



■ ijs; 



II. 85; d. wi. 

18. 9; a. fl. vih. 

niSemystan iS. 8 ; nyfteniestan 

ja. 13, 

nlVor, no^. lower 1 niofforSo. 30*; 

oio^oror 147. 10*. 
tilw&D, adv. recently; x*. 1, xxviil. 
73; oiwuie laG. 34*. 



nlwe, oi^l new; 43. 19 ; f. niwes 
If. ai, 85. 13; wk. niwan liii. 
»6; a. Tiii. 57. 11, 

gcndB, 1) adj, enongb, snificient ; 
g. genoges 31. 33 ; a. pi. genoge 
34. 13*, 31. iS: 2) adv. 
enough, snfliciently, usual form 
genog 33. 6 &C. ; genob abml 
]6 times, 15. 4 &c. and viii. 7. 

norS. iTi/i'. in tbe north; i. 34, 



iioiVMiteBtui,a<A'. from the noith- 

norf anwind, m. north nind ; g^ 
norCanwindra 31. 7; «. //. 
norVanirindas 53. 5. 

ikorBem«st, sup. adj. most noith- 
//. ink. norOtneitaD ix. 



43' 
norOende, n 



. north end; >/. 136. 

Dontems, adj. from the north, 

Qoitheni ; / vi. 14. 
norSeweard, adj. north ; uad at 

sisl.; d. noiCewcardam 41. 33 ; 

a. norlicweardne 39. a8", 41. 

nor6wsiit«nds, in. noitb- west end 
or part; d. 67.33. 

enjoy: '"d. prs. ^.pl. notJaB, 
notigaS* 41. 1, 

notu,/^ n^e, profit ; d. note 31. 1 1. 

nn, 1) ade. a)/imt, now, at preunt; 
Pr. 10, xi. 40 &c. i QD ryhte, 
jnst now 101. 13 ; nu hwene aer 
13. 3>. *) injennii, therefore, 
tben;/j. ic. gif 15. 8 &c ; 10. 
Beab 34. 33, I. 63 ic; iH. 
imptrat. 8. al &C. ; ■ai. interrog. 
9. 31, ixviiL 4*) &c ; nn Sonne 
64. 15. 2)(im/ Since;/?. 3a. 
3, ii. 19 &c. 

genyht , n/". lufBciency, abundance ; 
75.14,76.4,86.34,87.15,96. 
30; gcnibt?";. ii(«.) lo.genyht 
7i' 10; geniht 75. 16 (n.), 78. 
13 {/-)■ 

nytt, 1) sbst.f. profit, adTaotice ; 



374 Ci-Oi 

d. Dytle loi. 13. 8^ adj. nscliil, 
. profitable ; /. nyl 1,(7. ai ; h, 

111. 5; nit 137. 30; a. B. njt 

lit. 31; nnip.xi'jWsA log. 19; 

«. Dftttt 139. 19. 
nrtwieif«, oi^', profit&ble ; / nyt- 

wyrCe 137. 7 ; f. nylwyrScl 64. 

10 ; tomf. f. nylwyiCre 47. 14 ; 

ra/. n. nrtwyrfloat 56. 8. 



of, Vifrcp. VI. d.\ efttn foil. i.\ 

a) maliaH, from, away from ; fy. 
8. 11, L J &c 6) ilarling-fotHl, 
fiom, at ; he onginC of 6xta 
wyrtrumura 91. 31, c/. vi. 4. 
fl dislancc; hit is iwiSe feor of 
uncram wege 139. 17, j8. i/} 
ttHiotfl/, from ; 91. 10, xii.i&c. ; 
y^//. e. bim awint of Si claCas 
111. 19, (/ mv. 11 ; ceotfe him 
of 114. 17, rf. xiii. 9; of 
(boc'Ia.'dene on englisc (ge)- 
weode Pr. i, 9 ; lelle andgil of 
andgilePr. 3. i) s0UTce,origin, 
from: fy. f". 31. "ii. 3 &c; 
Gotan of Sciaeiu 7. 1 ; >e is 
micel uniotncsgetcDgeof Jiinum 
irre 11.4; Ssetfsmi^eweorffan 
of w*tcre iiviii. 60; wyrcS of 
yfle good, out of 135. 6; of 
ealdum leasam sprllum, (takcD) 
from IT5. 13. /) cppositioH. 
opposed to; 11. 10, J7. 8. g) 
lausc, of hi»Bgenrcge<^de 17. 
n, '/■ 3'- 5- *) coDceraing, 
about ; ne SincS me naubl oSrei 
of Binum spellum 107. id. 2) 
adv. a) motion ; imen roanege 
btocas 7 rlBa of, therefrom 83. 
]8. i) deprivalion, off, away ; 
of atihS 5). :i. (f. 51. 39; do 
nu of 43. 4, ^/ 117. 7 i of ttslog 
137.9. f) absent, missing; gif 
Sata lima hwylc of biC 114. 8. 

ofbiatui. rv. slay; ii. 30. 

ofdesl, adj. prone, inclined ; comp. 
hit biS ofdxlre Cierto 53. 14 n. 

ofdala, n. downward course, 
descent ; a. oa H^t ofdEcle aiigen 
SS. 16, ^. liii. 58. 



ofdiilM, «A. down ; 8. 4, 57. II, 

81. IS, 9". "q. «. 147- 7.1- So, 

1.. 167, mi. 13. 

oTor, (ofir »i. 5) i) /nr^, 1) w.iL 
fl) fesition. over, abore ; 65. jo, 
II. 114 Sic i) mMioM, artt, 
across; 105.8, g, i3,xiL i;,iiii. 
8. 13, 34, 37. 2) IP. -. .) 
poiilien, above; ofer call fii 
wuDaO m. 156. i) tx/etuuu, 
thraagfaout, over ; 41. 13,18,43. 
ao. 49- *4. *7- iOy itM- 6, ™- 
30, ii. 31, X. 16, 33, li. 66, lia. 
68, 73. "-85. iiiT.ii;/,C.(. 
43.35. c) molion, a.bof^bejaii; 
43. 9, i. 8 Sec. d) supmeritj, 
aulhorily, over ; he hatfde ti{c 
ofcr 0a Africanas 37. 7 ; hlainii 
ofcf 3S-3".'/- 98. aS, 1J4. j8, 
135.1; ricsatf ofer hi 97, 31, ■/. 
98 31, i. 63, iivi. 67, 106. /) 
dislarui, beyond, farther tlun; 
108. 34. /) tJinii, beyond, more 
than; 41. 13, xii. 33 &c.; da 
gemct 30. It, 16, 17, if. IJJ. 
18; lime, past, ofer midiiedii^ 
57. 34, liii. 57 ; besides, 51. 13, 
'3- ^ beside, in compuisoa 
with ; heo hit hxfSeall fonawEB 
ofer 6e anne 33. 18. At contniy 
to, ofer metodes est xL 35. ii) 
adv. over, lieyond ; Dsenne wcg 
liodaa ofer 85. 34. 

oferbrCdan, iw. ciyet ; ind. fn. 

3.1. oferbrxdet! vii. 13. 
oferomuMi, sv^. overcome; 117. 

13; ind. prs. 3.J. ofePcyinB9J. 

■S. ">9- 4; fp. ofercumen 8j. 

Ti "■ '5^ i "- "■• oferoocKM 

5°- IS- 
oferdrenoaji, tin/, intoxicate; ff. 

oferdrenced 55. 31. 
ofeTdranosDiA^^ intoxicated; 5J. 



oteil6a, rv. seiie ; ind. pa. V. 

oferfeng i. 69. 
oUrtyWa, /. superfluity, exccB; 

ofeifyll 70. 5*. 
ofergin, anv. a) o*eiitep ; t) put 



GLOSSARY 






ID end ; ofcrgangan 

JO. i6 (i) ; /J/, 3J. ofereode 8o. 

4(a)- 
ottlgtotoinea, /. rorgetfabcis; A 

ofergiotulneise 95. 11 ; oforgio- 

lolnesse ixii. 3a (J). 
oferbler&a, ■wv. nol listen lo, dis- 

regaid ; inJ. frs. 3.1. ofeiheoiC 

10. 15'. 
obthogfMi, wv. despite; imp. 

oferht^ i6. 6*. 
ofeihTogan, tov. despise; imp. 

ofethige 16. 6. 
ofbrliysd,^ pride : a.//, oierbyda 

oferillB,/ MceSBj 30. 18' (oferinc 

C) ; d, ofeiiDge 31. 13. 
ofermetto, / pride; a. 14. Ji ; 

^/. ofennetUiiI. 29; ofermetlo 

67. 9 ; g. ofennetta 



35- ' 



133- ? 



3a ; a. ofennetta 16. 25, vii. S. 
ofarmdd, adj. proud, over-confi- 
dent ;i". wk, olennodsn 35. 1 \pl. 

n.wi. 46.8, X, iS; i/. ofermodnni 

Hi. 13, XXV, I ; a. lei. alamo- 

dan 105. 36, uiv. 59. 
olerm6di»n. viv. he ptood, hito- 

gant ; ind. prs. i.pl. ofeiniodige 

ge 69. 15 ; ofetmodie 148. 39 ; 

ipl. ofennodigaB 1 34. 13; sij. 

pn. pi. ofeimodigen xiii. 16. 
ofermodlio, adj. proad ; d. ofer- 

modlicum 45. 8. 
ofarmodnsB, yi pride, anogaiice; 

d. oteimodnesie 15. 7. 
oferreocan, wv. confute ; pp. a. 

□ferreahtnc 85, 5. 
oferafitO, /. eiceisive enjoyment; 

a. pi. ofersasICa v. 37. 
ofarH^on, sv^. look upon, suivey; 

ofersion 105. 7 ; ind. prs. t.s. 

ofeiaihst 10. 35, iv. 53. 
ofarsltton, ivi- spread over, 

occnpy; pp. oferaetea 41. 4 

(ofMlen D). 
oferstaiip&n,jv6,oventep; 49.33; 

ofereteppan xi. 69. 
oft™wt8ftn,n/i;. overcome; 134.1, 

4; pp. oferswiSed 109. ti ; ft. 

u. oifenniffde 134. 1, 5. 



oreiVearf, /. great need ; a. aia- 

tfearfe 70. 6. 
ofeilteon, rvl,i. surpass; pp.oiei- 

Suugen 33. 13, 81. 31, II. 



■IV. 73. 



i pp. 



oferwrigen 116. 16, x: 

ofhsnde, adj. oDt of one's posses- 
sion, absent ; «. iit. 34. 

ofienun, iv^. overtake ; ind. prs. 
3-/. ofimeS nil. 31 ; ofimff 
'36.3. 

oflfitui, rv. let (blood) ; sij. psi. 
3.1. hiae (him B) oflele blodes 

oflyat, adj. doirons ; hewssoflyst 

Rzs seldcnSan lones io>. 11. 
onnan, swv. recollect ; ind. prs. 

3.S. 148. I3. 
ottevid, adj. stiai^ttotwtid, am- 
ple ; pl.g. ofgeradra worda misfo 

8.8. 
obounl&n,wv. rtfix. w. a. and g. 

o&ceamiin 9. 18. 
obSoD, tv^. gaze on ; ofsion xxi. 

38- 
oblttan, jvs. beset, assail ; ind. 

firs. 3 J. ofsit 109. 4; sbj. prs. 

3.1. ofcitte 109. 9; //. oCseten — 

oferselen 41. 4. 
oftlten, nf6. kill; 7. 11, 38. 17, 

39. 33, 67. I, 99. 31 ii^- prs. 

3.1. o&Iog 39. 14,99.16,11. 30; 

ibj. psI. ofsloge 70. 3g ; pp. 

ofsltegen 36. 31 ; g. olsltegenes 

34- 3- „ . 

ofinsSui, ifi. cut on ; xxvii. 33. 
ohwalEUi, ivi. swallow op ; ind. 

prs. i-s. ofswelgB 46. 15 n. 
oft, adv. often; Pr. 5, ii. 8 &c; 

CBmp oftor 54. )0, xix. 19 ; sup. 

oftost 30. 7, IT. 18, IXII. 9, 14 ; 

oilosS 39. 14. 
oftfion, svi. take a.yia.'j; oflion 

«Y. 14 ; ind. prs. oftibS if. d. 

and g. 111. 11; pp. oftogen xiv. 

31 ; withlield 10. 1 1 ; him wyiS 

CaiB OenuDga oflohen III. 14*. 




976 c. 

oftriEda. aJj. frequent ; vk. 

(iftrinia ied t.^6. 17. 
ofSiTOCSii, ■an,; oppitu. ov 

whelm; ff. ufCrj'cced 19. : 

XI. ofBrycte 14. j. 
Oka, we. imftrs. w. d. be 
displeased ; oflnucnn 9B. 33. 

ofmmdrlui, wv, be uloni^ed ; 
ff. ofwnndrod iS. 30. 

filesoan, uf, w.d. propitUte, flat- 
ter; 60. 10, 71. lo. 101, II: 'td. 
firs. 3.1. o\cdf Si. ia;//.olecai8 
li-S.iS-ti.xlS-.fisl./'/.eealec- 
un If,. 18 : tfy'. firs, olecoe 134. 
. 18; //. olecccn 60. 5. 

6leea\um,/. niiUerj; ,/. oleirnrf^ 
16. 11*: oleconge*, oliccnngK 
48. 3 ; a, oleCDtlga 54, 5. 

on jan43.5,6i. 10, 6S. 17. ig, 
IS, IS7. 16, 133.5; fin 90. 
l> pree. fy. f^t. <■. I) ».i 
fita<t,\Ti;\o.i',;\.llSx.:nutapk. 
fq. lo. I, i. J4 &G,: on, upon, 10. 
19,1. ti A!c.:nri<r/4.35. 9i&c; 
on He, on your pcison 33. 9 ; 
among ii. 37. tf) time, during, 
in;/?. Pr. 7, Tiij. 18 &c; on 
wtntra 68. 1 &c. ; on lumera 49. 
30 &c. : on {;eue 64- 14; on 
eewinne 53. jj ; onsibbe53. 23 ; 
on wile, trndergoing punlihrnent 
T9D. 35; on OcEm endc, at the 
end 73. 14. {) conntxiiin, in 
respect oF; 14. 3, xi. 1f> &c.; 
fa-grest on wlite 71. 9, (f, 54. 
34: on hwsem,in what respect 
19. 13, 36. ij; on By 
Cd-m Ce s°' '9< '*"!/' ' 
e=, in tbat 88. 37 ; 00 
146. 17; 10. jjenog; CincH liim 
genog on Cam Be hi, think i 
svflicient thnt they 31. 33, 1] 
33- '*t 55- 30; on 8a;m wel 
gehealden, satisfied with 43. 37 ; 
(OOnhim on lihK, conceming 68. 
16, if. 64. ig; him sotS an seg- 
gaH6S. i9,5/".68, 17, 70, 3. d) 
in the shape of; on cnefhitn 
38. I i on lenfum 91. 1. t) di- 
frrivalion, from : tv. tiiroan IW, 
3, 41.6,46. ly, 59. 34, 36: w. 



.for- 



to; tl. It, iS. 10; v.gcbttn^ 
iji.S: OD;himspicctiaiiaa6i, 
14 ; aju. firaiti: on »gc, an- 
ting xiii. 1:6 : on ryne, in nMuia 
16. 33 ; on bitn selfum, by tuB- 
tclf XX. 94 ; OH doacc, nbi- 
(actoiy tii. 16 ; on libte, ligWj 
uvi. 46 ; on genhte, upnftl 
mi. 17: lubbatS OQ bn^ 
initiU, revile iv. 44. S) ».«.«! 
malien, into, lo ; 7. »4- ■■ »o*<-: 
Dpon, on to, 19. 14, i. 8t Ac: 
w. weg s6, ig, 57. ij, loj. I<^ 
139. 38 ; meliifik. fy. 14. ji. is, 
46 &C. i I diraticH ; an teont 
healfe 46- 3, if. 43. 10. »i. il. 
1,16. 9. u. 163. {■! diifittiliai. 
towards ; on CnecBS bold 1. A. 
d)ihaHgtifilatt, into; wearpa 
hi nn wilde deara lie 116. |l 
f^ uvi. ;S; on englisc wtnik 
Fi. 2. <) against ; winS xlc oa 
oBer49, 31. f ) />arlilUtt.'uea, 
w, lodn^lan 41. 37, u. $9 Jtc; 
on nutnig tonemned 76. lo.^- 
V. 17; willfltl on tn. di>ci»(tT 
91. 33, 1 13. j6. i)ptir{mt. tea. 
onhiiccrendo 136, 15, if ftj.tj, 
xxix. 83 : on (cht gifeu xHl la 
i)//flfAip; 8. 10, 6". 3.75-'. 



r-jinlhcci 



eof.ii 



> 



respect to i>. a. J() h 
confqnniiy wiih, in nccordaaM 
with : on yrdia muitift gewll i» 
14, f/. 34- »4. 48. »3. i». S*.nii. 
5j. /) concerning ; 70t 3. mjw; 
fon, lake np, take in hand ; l°o. 
7 &c aiu^ MPr. 9. «) ^k, 
pkroits, on Ust, al ]««, u At 
end ; IJ. 5, 4S. I, 100. 13: «0 
ecncsse, foi eirer 47. a lie.; at 
Sa geiad -^i on condiiioo tbii 
18, is; on rihl, rightly 14. A 
56. 38 ; on woh, wmagljT 13I. 
17, cf. 131. 31 ; on Boe, oon- 
tinuoBxIy iiix- 44 ; on riane 

JS, 31 ; on symbet, alwaTs li. 
94 ; on manig Seodisc, in pub* 
tongues46. 11. o . paint 1^ tim, 
in, al; 39. 19, ix. 15 Ac. ; BO 
niidnc wmter 11. 11, ^. ,rf. 



GLOSSARY 



13, xxvilL 37; on dig 111. ifi ; 
on ntbt ^g. it ; on tetmoigED 
xirtiL 36 ; on reren ii., cf. viii. 
19; on leni'ten 10. ti, 49. 18. 
136, 19, if, »iU. 67 ; on hict- 
lesl 49. 19. li. sS, ^f- 10. 13, 
on eailran 39. 



:s67. 



-■"[i);! 



onfilftD, CUV. inHame, inspire ; pp. 

Dnxlcd 19. ]6, 51. 8. 
onbindnn, svi. nnbind ; ind. 
frs. 3.1. onbiiifl. antiint- 47, 13. 
ODbltan, Jtii. ;». /. taste, es.(; 

xiW. 90. 
DnbrsBdan, ^3. pnll open; //, 

Qa duiu anbroden 97. 14. 
onbryrdMi, ii«. inipiie, incite ; 

onbyrigui, vni. v.g. taste ; iW. 
/n. 3.J. oubyrgeS lii. 11, iiii, 
33; oiibirigSBi. 4', 57. II*. 
" m, change; 



i. 61, 



■ 391 



fp. uncerred 13. ifi. 

oHQii&irBi), tv. recognize, know ; 

uudcrstaniJ ; 14.19,15.14,131. 

13, V. 15, xii. 30; ibj. firs. pi. 

" ; pjt. oncneowc 



oncweSdQ, ivj. uuwer. le-echo ; 

inii. prf. 3.1. ; oncwyff liii. 46, 

30; /*;./«, oncweSe 57. ao. 
ondrSdui], rv. rjlx. dread, (cue ; 

1,1. .13, 33- 8. 13, 140. 1 ; iW. 

pn. x,s. ondrade 47. j, la. 

J3 n., 118. 19, 139. 30; 3J. 

ondritdicS »iiv. G4 ; ondnet 7 

fiVu, 14. iS iK. \ ondncd 66. 

9; // on(lt:ed«8 133. 37; ibj. 

prs. \not rffix.) ondreede 57, 10 ; 

liii. Jl ; psi. ondrede 33. 14, 

59' 3'- 
dnetCon, ■mv. hasten; lad. pn, 

3.J. onM 114. 7. x.vii. t;pl. 

uaellaB 111. 19; ttj.pst.aacne 



onfoD, ni. receive, accept; u>, g. 

66. 37 ; iml. prs. jj. oofehtJ 

143, jj, ixix. 65 ; /AonfoS 118. 

3 ; pit. ODfaig i. 33 : imp. w. g. 

onfoh 135. 19. 
ongeati, 1} prep. a. w. d. tnwnrds; 

103. 17. 6) ID. a. iQwaids, 103. 

13, III. 10; igains! , cODtiar; lo, 

S3. 18, 2) adv. ia reply 45. 

ongieMn, sv^. perceive, under- 
stand; 13. 13. 1,^. S, 10, II, II. 

37; iiiual/erm ongitan 33. [5, 
ixri. 107 kc. ; ongiton ;o. i8* ; 
ongetan 41. »4! ongeotaa 73. 
II'; to ongitanne 30. 16 Sec; 
to ongiloune 81. 3* ; tad. prs. 
i.s. ongicte 13. 3; ongile 19. 
id &c. ; 3.1. ongitesl 15. 18; 
ongitst 14. 31 ice andxa. 3» ; 
ongiisO 31. 14; 3J. (ingit 41. 
18 &e. and xxii. 16, u ; and- 
gil 131. 35; pi. ongilaO 31. 8 
Sec; ont^le ge 43. 14; pst. 1 
... 1 _ . . .,^ J gjj.^ ^^j 



7- '3. ' . 

geale 61. 8 &c. ; 
113. 9. 



■ui. 37; 



mp. ODgil 
119. 



ongite iiS. 13 i ihj. prs. ougite 
&*.; /A ongiten 35. 18, 
- ongiton 33. 19*1/1/. 
:. 6&Ci //. oni " 
//.ongiten 13.11 
ongieten 14. 37, 15. 1, 
ongliuiai], IV3. begin; loi. 11 
&c and iiv. 69 ; jW. prs. 1 j. 
ODginne 9. 19; 3,1'. onginneO 
38. 6, 103. 11 : ongiDd usual 

gynC 13. 6; pi. onginnaQ 14. 4, 
116. n;fif. J.J. ongaa usHol 
/ariH iH Q and C, j. 17 &c. a»i/ 
viii. i ; angan i, 59 ; oiigann 
S'- '5*- '37- '4* '• oQgoD oAcW 
16 /im« in C, 37. 13 tec aid 
vii, t; //. ongannon 101. 7, 
nvi. 73 ic. ; jA/. /rj. tmginne 
94. 19 ; //. on^nnen 1 10. 33. 
onbAKlan, ti'V. imptn. w. d. Ije 
ibj. prs. gif men to 




■^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 




273 GLOSSARY 




in hii pown, to do ■ good 






woik (41. 19. 


33. 138. 15- 




onhakldan, m. keep; >W. /ri. 


onaoamian, mtj. imftrt. k 




*/. sibbe .DhoiIdaS ti, 4a. 


nihamed ; onsceamian 0. >& 
oniaunlan, tro. avoiil. $b(iD: If 








/rj. anhebbe 14. 2i'. 






onhieldMi. b^'. bend down, in- 






cline; ;>/. ouheldcd liii. 11, 


1;; 3J. onscanaS la. 19.3;- 




onhnlgui, rei. bend down, bow ; 


10. 38, 13,17: /I/, ij. oraa- 




fifi. oobai^en lai. 13. 


nedcit 15. 1$; j.t. onacatHiik 










iW. **». 3J. onhrercff rii. t' ; 


loi. 30, 116. aa; ify. fn.va- 




//.onhrer»«». 10. 


scnnige 16. 6. 




onlirinm. Jfi- lonch. interftrc 






with ; (jirf. />rs. jj. onbrind 135. 


». 5- 




a6, 2S. 


onaigBD, rrii. sink : lij. pn-oaiiee 






.S7- "5- 






onrittan, jrj. fear; 16/. fn. m- 






«lte V. 38- 




onhwcrflJ, rcralvw ; 8r. j; ; //, 


anatTTiu], «>v. disturb. RffMt; ij. 




OBhwrrfcd.ctumgeil ij. 3, 


9; vid.pn.3.s.onstyietiti,j*^ 




onhrriui, tw. w. d. imitate ; on- 


pp. onstyred ij- 18. 




biiian 130. l>; '"d, pn. 3J. 






ODhyreff 146. 17* ; //. onbyriaC 






■ 46. 7- 


3S'- 




onlnnan, 1) /«/. w. rf. loilde. 


onawiftn, svi. Irani, un aridt: 




wiihio; 15. 15&C. oH'/xili. 54: 


1.40. 




/o/ic.T.is, n. tlo: on . .. 
til. 13. a/oA. li- 16. 


onieon, rvi. nntie ; //. onlipJ 








ODianKi, tw. lend, gnitii; inrf. 


27. a)*fo. besid«;ix.i8. 




^r. 3 J. onUcoB i. 37 ; fsl. 3,1. 


OQWVonlan. wv. tHtratu. awtlx; 




«i, rf. a«rf g. onlmide 19. 3a ; 
/A «■/'- onlamde 17. a*». 


iW. /«. 3,1. ODWKcnatl 111- 




17. 




oolfitui, re. i«lu 1 xi. 75 : onlietea 






XI. a8. 


a8, 17. 2, 116. »S, 141. A 






ixvi. 101, Ii6i iia/. pri. ft 




■n 89. 10, xxi. 36; iW. prs.fl. 






onlihuS 89.13! ontyhtaO 11:. 


3.*. onwendc 116. 19; ^ on- 




17, «i. »3; ///. 3J- ODlyhtc, 


wended 15. i8*, 144. n", t. 




onlichte* 14. i : imp. onliht f!» 


19-, onwend 144. »j. ». ia 




eagan, gire sight to 81, 12, jcx. 


ixvi. 104: diveilcd 40. 1; It, 




167 ; //>. onlihted li. 61 ; ». //. 


/. anwe..da .5. ,4 J «««* 




onlihie 86. 6. 


as. 6. 










pp. onlcBcd 4S- as. 




ODlfioui, iva. unlock; >W. /j/. 


onwrSon. n-i.a. enfold, rrn.1: 




jj. onleac vi. i. 


iW. pn. 31, onwrihB 47. 9. 






«.wxmUn.«?'.d-eU.«Kjej/n. 




«rf. prs. 3.*. oolyt xiii. 66. 






onuoui, Ji4. dnj: iW. /tj, t.j. 


open. arfj. open: clou, etident; 


1 


oowce 54. 31 ! pxl. 3J. onaa^, 


«. T06. 34; >rf./.opewi6.ii 




d. openum 81. S, 117. 16, xx. 

157 ; eomp. n. openre 61. i. 
openian, ^av. make clear, reveal ; 

ind. firs. 3,1. openaB" 18. 15: 

geopeoaS J8. 15, 39. i, 47. 9, 

J4, 48. 8. 
openlloa, adv. clearly, evidently ; 
/q. Ji. 14, &c. and I. 60, liii. 

7j; fom/, openlieor74.a8, (j6. 

ordiViiina, Tf/OT. origin, originator^ 

d. ordfruman ixii. 96. 
oraald, adj. very old, ancient ; 

orsellice, adv. prondly, presump- 
tuously : 45. o. 

orieldb. /. eitremc old age ; a. 
oreldo 141. 18. 

arro&te,aiij. excessive; onneCeTii. 
36; a. H, ormrete 53. ag. 

ormdd.oi^'. despondent, lad; 8.4. 



19.31, 



orrnddnes, f. despondency ; de- 
spaii : d. ormodiiease 15. 7; a. 
13. 16, 141- »+ 

OTBorc adj. free from care, nn- 
tiouljled; ptoiperous; 17, g, 
33- 'i. '8, 59- I ; oraorg selces 
eorSlices eges, secure from 33. 
9 ; Sara yfela orsoih vii. 43 ; 
f. tei. orsorge 47. 14, 11; ; n. 
Orsorh 104. 3J ; a. oraorgnc 71. 
15, j8 ; / tvi. onorcan 139. a ; 
». OISOT^ vii. 40 ; fl. tei. or«or- 
gao 111.31 d. orsoi^m v. 33 ; 
a. Cxs orsorge 88. 33 ; remfi. n. 
pi. orsorgran 130. i-] isuf.n.fl. 
orsorgeslre IJO. »3. 

oraorglloe, adv. securely; cemf. 
otsorglicor 53. 17, 119. J). 

oraoTgnsa,/ security, prosperity; 
JI. 13, liii. 71; oreoihoes 47. 
"3 "-; tr- OTsorgnesae 117. 9, 
138. 39; rf. 14. »i, 57- 31- 

geortnawou, tuv. ic. g. despair ; 
geortrewan 13. 7, 91 georlreo- 
wan 13. 7* ; imp. geortreowe 
V. 35 ; **/■ f- geoitiywe 14. 

dC,\) prip.w.a,; a) exttnsioH and 
motion, up lo, as far as, 34, 17, 
i. 14 Sk.; vutaph. off oimod- 



.ARY 379 

nesse 141. 14. £) lime, until, 
10. 3 &C. and XX. 10. 2) cimj. 
until ; about 1 1 lima, 50. 19 &c. 
and V. 15, xiii. 61; olSSe 57. 
17,65. 17; oSfiirtaAJn/l4/i'in«, 
14. 36, i. 39 &c. 
dSer, /row. iirff'. second : other ; 
n. I!, xi. 60 &C.;/. o'Sru 47. 
18 Second xl. 44. xLi. J; o6er 
80. 1* i n. 63. 19, XX. 15s Sea. ; 
oBer twegi oBCe . , . oBfle, either 
...or 33. 37*0. ;f.oBresi3 14, 
i. 44 &c ; //. oBra 88, 6; /. oSre 
jj. 11; d oBrum ao.i9,v. ) &c. ; 
/.o6re43.io,xx.i39&c.; offerre 
39.31*,8l. J*;3.oBeraei8.jfi 
&c. and iivii. 33 ; f, oCre 33. 
14: n. oBersS. 13, xi. 65 Ac; 
insl. offre naman 10. 9 &c. aurf 

//. oBre 61. 30 &C. andvi. 5 :y. 

oBra 18. 5, viii. 53 &c.; offre 

Si. 8* ; n. oSiu 55. II Sec. and 

xxviii. 11; g. oSerra 33. 10 &C. ; 

oSra 88. 6, xiiv. 36, xxvi. 90 ; d. 

o'i^Tum 30. 35, XI, 116 &<:. : a. 

oBtei6. 35, xiii.48&o.:/oSra 

53. 31 &c. and iiv. 14; offre 

35- 31* ; "■ oSra 'O. 13 &c. ; 

offre 54. 39* &c. ; oBcr . . . ofier, 

difTcrent 16. 15 &c. 
oVfteatBD, wv. entrust, commil; 

[3.9. 
oBhrinaa, Jtri. ^.g. touch; ind. 

prs. 3J. oBrineO xx. 138. 
cniawan, tw. show ; appear ; ind. 

/rj.3.j,oieweHiiii.6o; Psl.iJ. 

oCeovfde xxviii. 74; sy. prs. 

oSewe 51. 17 ; ^. oBewed ixii. 

.14- 
(Xsaoan, jv6. tii. g. or claua, 

deny; 13 fimti, 66. 17 &c. ; 

ind. prs, 3j. oBsietS 59. 30, 

119. 34. 
<fltataiidaLii, izA, stand still, slop ; 

ind.psl. 3.1. offstod io3. 30. 
oVSe. tenj. or; ii. 15, ii. 17 &c. ; 

oBer twegra offffe . . . oBffe, 

either ... or 33. 37 &c. 
oSwIMn, nil. vi. d. reproach, 

(aunt; S3. 3; ind. prs. i.pl. 

oflwite ge xxvii. 4. 




28o 



GLOSSARY 



P. 

polB, m, path ; a, //. paOas 52. 18, 

130. 31- 
XMBiSSan, wv. walk over, trayerse ; 

iW. prs. 3.//. pctWJatJ xxxi. 10. 
p&pa, wm. pope; a. papan 7. 11, 

i. 43. 
pearroo, m. enclosed space, tract ; 

d, pearroce 42. 21. 
pi8a, wm. pith, core ; ^. piOan 91. 

3a. 
plantian, terz/. plant ; sfy. prs, 

plantige 61. 9. 
plega, wm. game, sport ; 18. 7 ; 

a.pL plegan 108. 11. 
plegian, vw, play, frolic ; plegian 

wi6 hine 102. 15; ind, prs, pi. 

plegiaO 108. II. 
pleoh, n. danger, risk; 13. 26; 

d, plio 30. 19. 
pldoUc, adj, dangerous ; comp, n. 

pi, pliolicran 30. 25. 
prioa, wm, point ; 42. 14*. 
price, wf. point; 41. 25 (prica 

B\ 42. 14. 
pyflf, m. ? puff (of wind), gust ; 47. 

26 n. 



raoente, wf. chain, fetter; d, ra- 
centan 108. 7, xiii. 8, xxv. 37, 
xxvi. 78 ; a. xiii. 29 ; d. pi. 
racentum 37. 10 &c. ; a. racentan 
57. 9 &c. and xxvi. 78. 

racian, iw. w. d. govern, rule ; 
ind. prs. 3. J. racaO 98. 22 ; pst. 
3 J. racode 94. 13. 

raou, /. explanation, argument; 
123- At 137- ^5 ; rhetoric 38. 8 ; 
d. race 89. 26, 121. 7 ; a. 122. 
17*, 127.4, 145. 26 ; //. fl?. racum 
108. 27 ; a. raca 122. 17. 

r&d, /. riding; d. rade 88. 20, 21. 

ger&d, 1) sbst. n. condition ; on Ca 
gerad ^, on condition that 18. 
15. 2^; adj, a) denoting ton- 
ditiony circumstance ; gerad beon 
witJ, in opposition to 24. 15 » /• 
wel gerad, of a good disposition 






23. 12 ; n. awa gerad, of such a 
kind 144. 18 ; tf. swa geradne 
134' 15. b) wise, pniCKnt;«. 
geradne 11. 26. 

ger&dian, wv. arrange; pp.pl. »• 
geradode 96. 15. 

ger&daoipe, m, discretion, pra* 
dence; g. geradscipes zzii. 48, 

50. 
rfioan, wv. offer, present ; imi. 

prs, 3.J. rece0 xxix. 62. 
gerfican, wv. win, gain ; pp. ge- 

rseht xxvi. 18. 
rfid, m. counsel, plan ; g. rxdes 

ii. 1 2, xxi. 9 ; a. rsed MPr. 9, xz. 

224. 
rfidaii, wv, a) w. d, govern, coo- 

trol ; /') read ; Pr. 11 {S); L 67 

(a); ind. prs. 3-r. raet 97. i a («]; 

pst. 3. J. r^de 94. 13 ,a); shj\ 

pst. 96. 9 (a). 
rfidelse, w/. imagination, faocr; 

63. 27 ; d. rsedelsan 100. 25; a. 

H6- 31. 
rfipan, vn^. bind, fetter ; xxvi. 78; 

//. gerjeped xiii. 8, xxv. 37, 

48 n. ; n.pl. gersepte 112. i. 
rfisan, wv. rush ; ind. prs, 3^. raest 

xxv. 17. 
rfiawan, iw. conjecture ; ind. pn. 

3.J, rsesweC*, hrsesweC 51. 13. 
randbeag, m. boss of shield; rood- 

beag 41. 25. 
r&p, m. rope ; d. rape 28. 17. | 

r&settan, wv. rage {cf fire) ; ix. 

rdad, adj. red ; a. n, ix. 14 ; vi. 
reade xix. 6 ; a. pi, reade 74. a, 
xix. 23. 

rdafere, m. robber ; 114. 26. 

rdaflan, wv, rob ; ind. prs. 3./. 00 
oOrum reafaC 28. i ; sbj. pn. 
gereafige 71. 17. 

rdafl&o, m. stolen property, plun- 
der ; g. reaflaces 59. 26. 

rdo, m. smoke ; 117. 17. 

gereo, n. rule, government ; d. ge- 
rece 49. 25, xxii. i. 

reccan, wv. a) direct, wield ; 40. 
II, 13. b) explain ; prove; nar- 
rate; reckon ; cUxntt 1 1 timts^ 11. 
1 5 &c and xxvi. 2 ; gereccan 



sti03. J7, 1 



.137-15; 



._ .. '■14; 'ebte 73. 
1.1. reohtes 100. 11, 103. iS, 
113- 5; 8"'^t=* 97- aJ. '<»■ 
J4iger=htesl 11. g*, 97. jo; 3./. 
reahle 103, aS, MPr. 1, uii. 53, 
XXX. B ; reble 140. 9* ; geiebte 
14O- 8* i ^/. reahton 109. 22^ 
1 10. 6, 8, 118. 3; gereshton, 
iei;L:on(;<l 143. 30 ; Li anwald 
geiehlon, snbjugaled 7. 4* ; sbj. 
frs. recce 96. j6 ; grrecce 8j. 

fist, gereahte 1J3. 30, Ij6. 31 ; 
^. gereaht about g limes, 36. 10 
&C. KRi/ li. 99 J a. gereahtne 
habliangS. 16. 
reocan, v/v. to. g. ore far, reck ; 
ind. firi. j.f.iecat lii. 31 ; recstn 
18. 30; 3.J. recS 36. 7, 46. 14, 
138. J3, vlii. 44; imfcrs. It,, a. 
xiii. 45 ; //. reCcaB 57. 18, 1 30. 
18; sij.pri. recce 53. 33, Ul. 

roooeldu, oi^'. careless, negli- 
gent ; 1. fi/. recelease 13. 1 1 ■ 
reooelieat,/. negligence ; teccelest 






reccelate 4. 



■ 53; 

Toooere, m. reaioDer, rheloncuui ; 

38.8. 
r«oe&e, adv. at once, quickljr ; 



3* » 



:. lOS, ] 



. 16; 



'7- 



gereclioe, oiA'. a) itraight (of 

direction) ; v. 14, uiv. S, i) 
in an orderly manner, methodi- 
cally 98. 91. 
gereou, /. rule, government ; li. 

136. 17. vii. 



gereee 13. 33. 
rtn, m. rain ; 17. 



geiene, n. 

gerenn 33 30. 
renian, tuv. adoio, omanient ; 

;y. gerenod 33. 39, 30; d. 

gerenedntn 61, 18; g. pi. gen- 

nodia IT. ]8. 
rwt, / rest, resting-place ; »iii. 

71. «i.io; raat 57. 3i>, 83. 

r4*, 89. 9*, n. 371 ; rf, raeste 55. 

19*. S7- 30*. 
rdtui, iirti. cheer, comlort \ ind. 

f". 3.J. ret 55. u; //.a. geretne 

SO. 15. 
raVe, aJJ. fierce, DDpropitioiii ; 

vik. se refia ren »ii. 17 ; /. 

reCn ; to. wyrd 137. 13, 13S. 9, 

l7;/TO/.reHei37. u, 138. 13; 

rai. 48. 7 ; ^./ reCre*, hreOre 1 38. 

30 ; d. mk. reSan 138. 17, ]8 ; 

a. ink. absol. Cone reCan 1 1 4. 

37; w. wyrd 138. 35, 139. 3; 

comp.f. reSre 138- I., 
cdolgmfid. (K^^ fierce, raging ; 

ixv. 17. 



16, 105. 36, 133. )6, iiiv. 59; 

tomp. a. licran I4S. iS ; svp. a. 

pi. vik. ricostan ii. 35. -2) sbsl. 

n. power, autborily ; kingdom ; 

37- 33,63. '8, i. 5. 17. w. 3; 

g. nce» 40. 9, IV. 45, ix. 3, 10, 

«ivi.B, 11.41; d. nee 7. 1, i. 

7 &c. ; a. 7, 17. ii. 41 &c. ; a. 

pl. ricu Pr. 7, 34. 36. 
rioaian. uv. rule, reign ; 53. 30i 

98. 39, 30 ; to ricsianne 40. iG ; 

iW./w. a.j. ricaast 10. a; 3J. 

ricsttS 14. 35, 97, 31, 105. 17 ; 

riiaS 104. 6 ; pl. licsiaS 1 36. 7 ; 
psi. i.i. ricaode xivi. 57; sbj. 

frs. rioige 67. 30. 
ricUm, n't. ride; 88. 19; ind. 
prs. 3.J. rit 88. 19 ; pl. ridaO 

10S. 10. 
riht, 1) adj. straight ; right. 




proper; 9. ij Sec; f. 113. 4, 
137. fi, 139- io; "■ "fi- J" 
&c. and xiii. 51 1 rybt yii. 
19* ; i"- rittes II. *9; rf. 
rihlom 14. 19, xiiv. 44; wk. 
rihtan 73. 14, lix. 4;/. ryhtre 
8s- 3 ; a- rihtneji. 14, in. 9; 
ryhtne 79. 7 ; /. rihte xxiii. 10; 
n. ryht 95. 18 : pi. d. lihtnm 9. 
141 a. nbte 111. 17, 140. )S; 
tomp. n. lihtre 113. 30; suf. 
rihtott xiviL 15 ; a. ivi, rihtestao 
56. 19. 2) iJJf. ». right, JDitice ; 
123- 39: 7l>» "4- "'. '3*i 
ff. nhtes i. 67, iv. 45, ixv. 53 ; 
d. libtc 94. 18, xxii. I ; mid 
rihte, rightly, properly j^. 17. 



, rightly /g. 14. 

j8, XX. I3S &c- 
rlhtwSelo,/. true nobility -.n.pl.^ 

xvii. 10 : ryhtiMo 69. l8». 
lihtan, niv. guide, control ; itiii. 

/rj. 3.1. rihl 97. u;/^. 50- 4' 
rthto, oAi. o) e/ direttion, 

straifiht; 55. 11, T. 14. *) 

rightly; II. 30 4c.; ryhte S9. 

S7*; rehte 135. 10; rihle Ca, 

at (he moment when 15. iS. 
gOribM, n. stmight dirertion; up 

OD geiihle, upright xxii. 17. 
lihtend, m. mler : 10. 16. 
rlhtere, m. director, rnki; Ii. 

10, iS n. 
Tihtgeleoffull, adj. orthodox ; 

g. pt. ryhlgeleaffulrii 7. iS*. 
rlhtlio, adj. just, proper ; 141, 5 ; 

a. n. 143, 30; lomp. n. pi. 

rihtlicran ftp. 3. 
libtUoe. adv. justly, fairly ; 

correctly; S3. 16, 111. i, ii<;. 

37; comp. rihtlioor Pr. 13; 

lyhtUcor 31. 18. 
rlhtrftOD, f. correct explanation ; 

137- 16- 
rihtryne, m. right course ; g, 

rihtryne* 14. 17 ; d. rihtryae 14. 
iS.v. JO, x.41. 
lihtKOaetiiea, f. correct course or 

fimction;</.rihtge9etnesEell. 13. 



rlhttlmk, vrm. proper seuon ; a. 
rihttlman 11. 33. 

rihtwillaode, adj. Tighteoui ; /. 
fl. ryhtwillendra 11. 17. 

rlhtwia. adj. righteoDi ; 85. 31, 
119. 28, 136. 25, i. 49; jW, 
nhtwise 133. 8 ; tu*. ribtwwa 
9. 14 : g, rihtvisra 7. 19 ; tut. 
rihtwisena 11. 17; rybtwiscn 
li.tl; 0. rihiwise 61. 38; vt. 

rihtwiiesta 7. 13*. 
ribtwisian, Tim. direct, nJe; stj. 

pn. rihlwiiige la. a8. 
rilitwiallos, adv. righteoasi j ; odi- 

45 ; ryhtwislice 95. iS*. 
rilitwTaiiea, /. righteooBiess ; (1. 

36,87. 8, 148. 38: g. rihiwis- 

nessc 9s. ai «., ixii. 48, f6: 

ryhtwisnesse 951 17*, i8"; i. 

rihtffisnesse iB. ai ; a. 85. ji, 

9j. 9 n., iiii. 38, 56 ; ryhmii- 

nesse9s. la*. 
gerim , i. number ; g. ymb Criti? 

winter gerimes, in numbcruriii. 

a6 ; (f. xiviii. 30. 
Tine, m. m>D ; g. pi. rinca x. 41. 

Xxii.38,^5,Xl[Vii. 3E. 

rind,/, barlt ; g 



; g. Hnde 9a. I ; d. 
■ i^f- ripaljfi. 
'.auil, befit; iW 



,3.6. 

ripa, adj. ni 

1 

.'-5- 

g;eTiBaiiIIoe, adv. suitably ; 40. tl. 

ritS, f. atreaiD, rivulet ; //. riVa Bi. 
38; </. lyBumv. ao. 

TodoT, m. finnameol ; 136. 5*. 
XI. )o8, xiviii. 16 ; g. rodere 
li5-3'*>^=''''-'8; rodreaixriu. 
3 ; d. todore 80. a6' &c. ; rodeie 
in Metr. xi. 114 &c ; a. rodoi 
131. a, X. 40 ; //. g. rodora i. 
30 ; Todera xi. ao ; d. rodorum 
xiiii. 10, iiiy. 8 ; lodenim xiiv. 

r&m&ni* 



GLOSSAliY 



283 



rum, 1] adj. spacions : wi. call 
rumn rodor iiviii. 16 ; /. rem 
46. ^i a.f. vii. Txanan ti, 13, 
XI. [36. 31 sbil. u. oppnrtuDity. 
(tec pli)'; «- 1. 30T grmm 45. 5. 

rums, iiiAi. fnr uid wide : xiiv.31. 

rumadlic, <i<^^ ampU, liberal ; g. 
rnmffdliees <I. 14. 

rumedlioe. m/t'. liberally: 119-33' 

rummod, adj. liberal, generous; 
M9- 3. 

riinoDra, vim. mind ; d. luncofiin 
xxii. 59. 

ifnum, jfD. clear, evactiate ; /f. 
gerymed ). 19. 

rfn, tmr. roar; 57. H, xiii. 
isvi. 84 ; ind. fit. 3.J. lyde 1 



rjne, in molbn 16. u: "■ »'- 

3;, xiviii. 3: reneixix. 10. 
ryneiwift, ad/. BWiflljf moviii);; 
ritieswine nxlot xx. 108. 



lu, / diipule, quarrel; / 



Bft./.w. (.8 //««/: tw,Wm.: 
S/imeiuitctrl.)st»\ 17. 16 Ac; 
f. jj. 14, tjfi. 19 : d. 41. 16 &c. 
and nix. 19; sSsj, ^*, 86. 19; 

.". 39- 
aftd, M. seed ; 91. in, 95, i^^ ■ g. 
jjhIm ixii. 37, io : 1/. »icde 8j. 
6. 1)1, 111 a. Med 11. R, 136. IH, 
Ktii. ho ; //. g. ixda 11. 150 ; 
d. sixdam nil. 65 ; a. sicd 136. 



rtUo, riv. happen : ind. fn. %.i. 
I^BElOxiii. 11; fil. 3.1. geiielde 



getStig, adj. happy, prosperous; 
8. I3&c.anrfxiiii, 1;/. 33. 111 
»- SO- 3- 94- ■". *'- 97 ; a, eesa- 
ligiie j6. 6, 15. 30. J4, j8, 17; 
gestelinne a6, 6»; ^. gei«ll|>c 
"3'9.'33-"3: E<:«cliei3. II. 
T 04. 34 ; n. gcEKlegn 70. 17; 
fDm/. gesieligra I19. 5; fl, 
gesaeligraa 118. ti, fi3. 18; 
nip. gesalegost 14. 19, 48. ij, 
.^8. a6; wi. geUElgosta jS. i4»; 
gesclgcsia lo. 8 ; a. wk. gesccl- 

geaSllKlla, adj. happy; gestelUc 
ii. 17. 

geHnliglios, adv. happily ; gmcU- 
'* « )4. 9» i ge^xUice 3^. 9, l8*. 

gcBfeUsnea, yi happinesi, pros- 
perity too. 17 ; d, gesiclignesse 
31. 14; d. pi. gcsKligneunni 
H- J"' 

getfttS, /. ptospeiity, weiillb ; 
happincsE; fq. 15. 4 ftc. and 
»iil9i i-. gesaelBe 58. 9ftc;i/. 
53. n Sc. : a. 86, «t ; //. monr 
/i^. than sing. i\. 13 Src ntid ii. 
i9,Kix.}); iiilSa6/'M<f, 11.13 
&c.; j'.getixiea/f.ii.iS&c.iiw./ 
ixi. 15 : if. gMxlBnm fq. 8. 14 
&c (iHi/ vii. 48. ixi. 4, 9 : a. 
geucIBa fy. ir. jo. vii. 30 &c. ; 
tieltia 14. la, 15, 19. 

BSmTB. r0ni/>. adj. wi]rs«, bad ; h. 
sicmre viii. 41 ; d. //. Ktmran, 

a&ne, adj. sluggish ; a. taenne 

sfiatrtom, m. seamnn ; d. pi, 

ifeUloa, HI. seaman? //. SDetilcas 
viii.3:(«fli/n:e«lcB«iip.Cwp'n?). 

■BwaroS, m. sea-shore 1 d. tx- 
watofle 74. I, xix. jr. 

■Bin, t«iij. w. lij. »m . . . tarn 
whether . . . oi; 69. 6, 94. if, 
108.17. '37-3. T.". 138.11. 

aAtae, adv. in the samcwa]'; xii. 
3 ; eac iwa same. 8 limti tn 
Mctr. xi. 5 &c.: efne swa aime 
xx, iu.»viii. 18: some ir. 16: 
swa some swa. jpit like Si. 90; 



284 




GLOSSARY 



gesamniftii, wv. bring together, 
collect, unite ; ina. prs. 3 J. 
gesamnaS 50. i, xi. 91 ».» 93 ; 
pst. 3.:r. gesamnade xvii la ; 
gesomnade xx. 346; sbj. prs, 
gesamnige xxii. 11 ; gesomnige 
84. 37. 

gesamnung, /. gathering, assem- 
blage ; d, gesoninunga 55. 25. 

tamod, adv. together ; xx. 237, 
xxix. 15; samadxxix. 24; somod 
XX. 146. 

samr&d, adj. ttnited, unanimons; 
a.f. samrade xi. 96. 

sam tinges, adv. forthwith, im- 
mediately ; samtenges xxiv. 18. 

8&mwi8, adj. ignorant, foolish ; //. 
samwise xix. 34. 

samwrednes, /. nnion ; a. sam- 
>vraednes8e 114. 4. 

sand, n. sand; sond 26. 2S, vii. 
20, 23 ; d. sonde 27. 1 ; //. sond 
vii. 13 ; ^. sondum 91. 18. 

sandbeorg, m. sand-hill ; a. pi. 
sondbeorgas vii. 10 ; sond- 
beorhas 26. 26*. 

sandcorn, n. grain of sand ; g.pl. 
sondcorna 19. 2. 

sang, m. song ; sane xiii. 50 ; g. 
sanges 50. 9, 15; a. sang 52. 

15- 
s&r, «. pain; sorrow, grief; 56. 14 ; 

g. sares 16. 18, xxvi. 82 ; </. sare 

15. 7 &c. ; a. sar 10. 28 «&c. 
s&rcwide, m. plaint, lament ; //. 

d. sarcwidum 1 1. 9 ; a. sarcwidas 

ii. 4. 
s&rgian, wv. trans, grieve, afflict; 

//. a. gesargodne 1 23. 33. 
s&rig, adj. grieved, sorrowful ; 

22. 10, 102. 3. 
s&rlio. adj. painful ; g. pi. sarlicra 

26. 19. 
s&rlice, adv. sorrowfully ; 59. 33, 

138. 15; lamentably 44. i. 
s&wan, rv. sow ; 51. 28 ; ind.prs. 

3. J. saewC 61. 10. 
s&wol, / soul ; sawul 81. 16* ; 

sawl 6 times in C, 45. 26 &c., 

twice in B, 71. 7, 95. 14; saul 

6 times in C, not in B, 86. 29 

&c. and XX. 210, 238 ; g, sawle 



4 times in €,45. 25 &c^ /rw 

in B, 81. 15, 132. 15; sank 81. 

27*, 87. 7. XX. 185, 202; i. 

sawle 95. 13* ; saule 32. 2*, 71. 

4*, 87. I, xxii. 38 ; a. sawle 91. 

1 1 , 93. 26, 27*, xviL 1 2, XX. 177; 

saule 81. 25*, 102. 2, XX. 204; 

//. sawula 26. 11^; sawla 36. 

11; saula 148. 2, xxi. 35;/- 

sawla 13a. 14*, xviii. 8; saak 

xxi. 9, xxiii. \\\ d. sawlum 81. 

33*; sanlom xx. 226, xxi. 44; 

a. sawla 81. 14,82. 2*, 139.4; 

saula 69. 23*, XX. 236. 
gesc&d, n. discrimination, rcasoo ; 

d, gesceade xxii. 44 ; a, gesoead 

XX. 218. 
geso&dlio, adj, rational, reason- 
able; n. gesceadlic 86. 11*. 
gesoadlioe, adv. with discrimica- 

tion, rationally ; gesceadlice icx). 

28, XX. 88 ; comp. gesceadlicor 
125. 22. 

gescadwis, adj, discriminating, 
intelligent ; gesceadwis 31. aS, 
61. 24, 64. 29, 66. 15, 109. 15 
and XV. 14 ; xvk. gesceadwisa 
132. 20 ; /. gesceadwis 81. 19, 
n. 140. 23, 147. 18 ; </. ge- 
sceadwisum 13. 12, xx. 8 ; wk. 
gesceadwisan 36. 15, 72. 4; //. 
gesceadwise 25. 5 ; tci^. gescead- 
wisan 109. 7 ; f. gesccadwisi 
1 40. 2*1 \ d. gesceadwisum 63. 
30; a.f, gesceadwisa 143. 8. 

gesofidwislio, adj. rational, rea- 
sonable ; wk. gesceadwislica 33. 
3 ; w- gcsceadwislic 86. 11 ; «/. 
f, gesceadwislicere 89. 36. 

gesc&dwisnce, adv, rationale, 
reasonably ; gesceadwislice 37. 
31 &c. ; skilfully 103. 33. 

gesc&dwisnes, f, discrimination, 
intelligence; gesceadwisnes 10 
times y 12. 15 &c. and xx. 1 88, 
197; sceadwisnes 12. 15*; ^. 
gesccadwisnesse 45. i, 146. 10; 
d. 4 times ^ 1 1 . 1 6 &c. ; a. 5 timeSy 

29. I &c. 

scamian, wv, imptrs. w. g, be 
ashamed; 6S. 15, x. 13; scami- 
gan 46. 6* ; ind, prs, 3.;. 



»ccam«S JO. i, 69. :)*, 98. ij ; 

/I/, sceamwlc ;<|. jo. 
■oamldu, adj. shameless; a. 

sceamlcisne 61. 9". 
■oamu. /. shntne ; a. sccame 14. 1. 
aoandllQ. iii^', ili^giaceful, in- 

■ctfSa, TUff. wnrkcr of bann, enemy; 

//. iceaCan 8. jj*. 
•oeadu, / ahndow ; 63. 16 ; </. 

scca'lc 63. 13, 133. 11: fl. 136. 

1; ft. J. tccsdnm 33. 31; a. 

ECCRiIuwa 74. t-j n. 
Boeaft, M. pole; d. uxafte i. 11. 
^K)eBn,y. H. cmtioQ ; ciealure; 

gescealleiS. 31,94. ai;gesceaftcs 
19. 3; i/. gesceafte 147. 11 -. a. 
gesceaft I4]. 7 : ueaft 69. i;', 
3i*, 14J. ;■ ; pi. Ecsctafla 10. 

14, IT. ij &c : scenfla 146. ii> ; 
gescesfte xL 8 ; /. gdccalta 10. 
16, iv. 30 S:c. ; iL gesceiftum 
31, jfi &e. amtxi. 13, 55; h. 
geacenSxi lo. 13. xi. 31 &c.: 
geiceria 49. 6* 1 gesceafta 136. 

Bceal, anv. detKling oNigtUioH, 
necessity, reatmiatlents!, sbnil, 
roust, oughl, is to ; m>. niedc 84. 
j6, 85. 19, 94. 14, 106. 14. 14;;. 

15, 148. 6: dJW. scenl nede to 
tbira hlafoTda (lome. it bound 
by, DiDSt obey 111. S : denoting 
tttmd-koMd slatimeni, fq. 9R. 
17 ice anrf Mii. ji, 74 ; Ucelle 
^ he Hxolile bion, tliat he was 

115. 14;/'"": iW .^1. I.I. 
51. 19. MPr 8 &c: 1.1. icralt 
13;. iG ftc. dnJ V. 16, 18 ; 3.1. 
iceal Pr. 13, Tii. 30 &c. ; sccail 
ij8. 17, 144. 7; seel las- jj; 

J)/. bcdIud 13. 16, xxiii. 7 &c.; 
fctolon 94, 14* ; pst. i and 3 j. 
Kolde 17. JI, 147. 16, ii. 14: 
(ceolde 115. 14, ii. 14 dec; i.i. 
Kxoldett 18, 36* ice : sceoldd 
13. 36, 19. 16 ; //. SGoIdml 67. to, 
147- ti: sccoldon ii. 58, ixvi. 
84, ntii. 89 ; Kcoldan 8. 13*, 

116. iS-,!. JI (JliMioldoninivL 
81 ; shj. fri. icyle 13. 14 &c. 



iRY 285 

aBi/«v, 4T scile 134. 85; /I/. 
icylm 79. I, Sec uri/ %xi. 34; 
leylun 43. 3j», 56. a3». 70. to' ; 
scylan 46. 31*, 60. j" ; //(, i 
anii ^.s.i/te ind. sceolde 18. 36, 
iv. 31; &c. : //. Kcoldea 31. 3, 
4S. 3, 143- S' "'<■ 87 ; Kolden 
iiS. 4: sceoldon 9. 6* &c. 



■ooariMiBne, adj. keen-sighted; 

7»- 31,73.3- 
■cfiat, m. fl| region, quarter ; Ii) 

spiead, shelter; i/. soeale :33. 



5U., 



L 66 ^, 



7W- 

lan,itw,*ee; iiid. frs, i.pl. 

3ceawia6 73. S; /i)/./rf. gcacea- 

wiuejl. 11. 

■cdawtuiK, /. seeing, coDtempla- 

lion ; d. sceawanga B9. Ij, ikI. 









1. m. shield ; </. icelde 41. 
a.fl. scelilos i, 1. 
I, wv. pTQlecl ; ind. fit. 
1.1. ECilde 133. 1 a ; Ca icylde be 
ODgean, defended himielf45. 13, 

■clell,/. ihEll ; scell u. 174. 

■cielUUa, m. tbell-fJBh ; h. ft. 
scyiliscas 146. I. 

■olene, adj. beantiM ; nix. 35. 

■oleppan, siA. create, make; 
sceppan Sone namaii 39. 5 ; ind. 
pit. aj. gesccope 31. 8, 11. 5 
&(;. ; 3>r. gesceop ig. 8, viii. 17 
&c. ; iceop 115. a7» ; sbj. pit. 
2.1. gcscope 39. 31*: //. gc- 
scenpen 57. 7 Sec. ; bim swa 
gesceapen wsn, Ibe; weie to 
lashioned, constituted 141. 30; 
//. greceapene 30. 5. 3' - 9 i /■ 
146. II*; n. 30. 4; gesccapoe 
'35- 16. 



GLOSSARY 



id, m. creator ; sdp^nd 

lO. 1-, l6', 1.15. 9, IT - ■■-^^- 

9; aceppfnd 19. ig, _ 
71. 18, 85. 3, 53. JOH., 135. j6, 
It. 30, iii.i,iiii. 81; »C¥ppend 
141. 17* ; sceoppend 136. it* ; 
f. scippendcsgS. 10, 11*; seep- 
pendes (9. 11, 33, s* ; scyp- 
pend»93. 8,9, to; Bceoppendes 
19. 14*. 33. +*; d. icippende 
31. 9; sceppcDde 118. 17; a. 
scippcnd £9. >8*, 81 . 39* ; 
sceppend 69. 31*, u. »i6 ; 
scyppend ik. ai8 ; sceoppend 

Mierpan, ii/f. clothe, deck ; ind. 

fsl. 3J. gescerpte iv. a ; ge- 

•cyrple 64. 35* ; //. gesceipcd 

9S-S- 
■olmB, vifv. light, brigbtoess: li. 

J; g. scimon E9. zi ; d. 10. 4, 

13?. 2o; a. 97. 15. 
■clnan, an. ihine; 9^, 13, xiii. 

3j ; ind.prt. 3.1. scineS Ji. i», 

T. 3, vi. 3, nil 34, iiviii. 37. 

60; Bcind 13. S, 111. 11; f>!. 

scinaS 19. 3, 81. J5, III. 13, 

113. ifi, \th. 14, 15, II. 319, 
sbj. fn. i.pl. 



1.45. 



, illun 



gewiliiui, 

nate; 141. 15, 16, »x». y, <.j 

ind. prs. 3.1. gescinfi 86. 8. 
aolnlao, n. magic art ; d. scinlace 

xivi. 74. 
Mlp, H, ship ; g. scipeg 16. 19 \ d. 

sclpe 97. i3:g.fl. scipa 115. 

18. 30, «vi. 15,38. 
soiphere, m. fleet ; a. sciphere 34. 

a; fl.//. sciphergaaviit. 31. 
adpaUera, -unn. steeisman ; scip- 

slior, 144. >8. 
aolr, adj. bngbt, clear; 1. II, t, 

18; / "i.o; !<■*. =cire«. 

174; a./. v,k. scran «. »39 ; 

H. scii win, pure 33. 39, vni. 

3i;//.f.»cirtaiv. i,«. 8;^. 

sciram tuiii. 45. 
■oolu, f. o) sdiool ; J) troop, 

host ; d. scole 8. iS (a) ; o. //. 

icolaxxvi. 31 (#). 
■OOP, M. poet; sceop 68. S, 141. 









aoort, adj. shoit ; 44. 16 ; n. vt 
Korte 117. 33 ; d. tot. sconaa 
44. 30; a. xcortDe 136. 4, 139. 
161 a. pi. f. scortc iol 10*; 
sceoita iv. lo (J) ; cemf. l 
K?maii 116. 3, ziviii. 8, 11; 
luf. a. acTitestne 139. 16. 

■oride, M. comae, orUt ; 4. 

acHdwftn. n. cania^e, chuiot; 

d. sdidwEene 61. 19. 
■orifan, svi. a) decree, ordaia; 

A) cate for, reck ; ind. fri. jj. 

■a. g. iciifeS i. ao {6), hit. jj 

(*); w. rf. jcrifS »i». 15 1}); 

/rf. 3J. gescraf i. 39 («). 
■oriCau, nil. glide, move; ind. 

frs. 3J. icriBeS ix. 174, nyiii 

16 ; ^. EcriOaS ji— iii. 8 ; fn. 

f. ecrifleude xx. 116. 
aouooa, row. evil spirit, demoo; 

g. pi. scQccena 1 39. 6. 
aoiifan, iwj. move, (all ; ind. frl. 

3J. scyiO xiii. 58. 
•ourmfilum, adv. id gutis, 

storroily ; scymiEelnm 47. 35. 
aoyld, /. guilt ; d. scylde 67. 4, 

103. 30; a. III. ij, UT. 71; 

//. ^^. scylda 131. 15; a, 133. 

Boyldis, adj. guilty ; </. wk. 
scyldgan 113. 19 ; a. sejU 
digDei9.36i Wit.icyldgaDiJj- 
iS ; pi. ■mk. Ecyldgan 133. 31^ 
d. scildigum 10. 19*; camp. 

, more to blame 19. 19. 

• adj. {f. seo; n. Sart}; 
that, the; paisim; te. prafv 
noma. 7. 6, ixvi. 34 *c. ; /*- 
used as ptrs. fren. 7. 13 &t: 
« r/A 19. 31 &C. ; <^. n. Sri 
7.3, xix. 3 &c. ; ID. mast. aula. 
uviii. 5.18, 31, 40 i/em. 35- ji ; 
compd. that which Pr, 14, liii. 7* 
&c.;eall6Eet33.30,xxii. 14&C; 
CiEtCaet 11.30, XX. laoAt; /f 
used as cenj., v. Vnt ; ISKt «urt 
as adv.,v.tmt; Sxm w.slml 
adj. 134. 31; i(o^ don. By; 
Con en^ tiitd w. frept, «r 41 



Gcyldi 



adv. 111. eomp,, v.tow, Uj 17. 
15, 31. iS ; also as ado., t>. Vf ; 
andw. preps.; ' " 



'35- ■■ 



; for 



J8&C.; onfiB-igi/fl 
asttal in C , 1 1. 1 6, iv. 54 
SCO 19. 16, i. 11 &c. ; seo 
13. B &C.; sioii^HKf 
11. 34 &C. ; sie So. 
: ; g. gen, Sses in B 
J5&C. ; Bssjj. a6*, 
in-, III. »4*] ^ Usere ; d. 
ffim in C, iJ. 7, i. 40 &c. ; 
Ham about 












D Sec, 



San 9. 16* ; /. C^re ; Sier^e 49. 
11* ; a. Cone ; Ba;ne lij. J6* ; 
/. th.; n. Kxt; init. Hon, Sy ; 
5y " usual form in C ; Ci 138. 
II : He 8a. 35, 131. zi, li. 39 
andfq. as oiA'., !•. He ; Sa ijS. 
8i Hi IB B, 35. is&c.;//.Ha; 
U o//er 8a;t 107. 7; ^. Bara ; 
Btera 53. 30, 80. i*, 146. ai* ; 
d. B:em in C, 15. 5, It. 30 &c. ; 
Bam about 7 limts, 35. I, L al 
aic. i Ban ■ " - 



n 14. 13*; o. i 
•e&lt, <n^'. wit ; 1 



MAro, n. device, wile ; g. pl-1 

searuwa ix. 37. 
Marocrteft, m. device, artitice ; d. 

pi. siarocixftam viii. 34. 
■euOBlmm, m. precious slone ; 

g. pi. learocimma xxi. 31, 
asKioUae, adu. catmingly, cleva- 

ly ; viii. a6. 
■Aail, w. pit ; d. leaSe 9.11, iiL 3. 
■ecan, am. seek ; fq. 1 a. 10, ux. 

5 Sec; gesecan loa. 10, ixii. 

6 ; to secmme 74. S, 94. 34 ; 
ind.prs. I.J, sece 11. 39; J./, 
seceS xix. 8, 45, ixii. 15 ; secB 
S6. 17 ate. ; //, secaH 1 fq. 31. 
a6 &c, ; lece ge 35, 14; psi. 
1.1. lohte 97. 35; 3j. 9s. :, 
siii. 7;//. Eohtoo j6. 18, 99. 
33. 137,4! i6J.pri.sece 89. 7, 
iii. 7, xilj. 8 ; gesece 53. 5 : 
pr. secan 73. 35*; /"• /■ 
Kcmae xi. 314, an. 



^;?y 287 

■eog, m. mao ; a. MPr, 7 ; i". pi. I 
lec^e/^ secggea (?) ii. ja. 

aacsui, UTi. saj, tell ; fq. 30. 11, 
ii. 17 &c. ; geset^an 71. I4,xix. 
40; Beggan 8. 13*, 68. 7. 70. 3, 
3, 99. 4, 6; seogean 37. 15, 
MPr, lo ; secggean 66. ao; to 
secganne 13. 14, 39. lo*, 41. 
3" ; irtd. prs. \.s. secge 37. 35 
&c. and xii. 39 ; seccge 54. 9 ; 
a.j. 5.-egst usual form in C, 75. 
6 &c. ; segst in B, 33. 1 3 &c. ; 
3.1. SE^ 83. 36, 117, 8; //. 
secgaH Ki, 17 &c. oni/ xxi. 4; 
seggiB 68. 19, IX. 184 ; pst. i.s. 
ssde ixv. 54, 60; 3. J, sEcdcst 
usual feriH 9. 33 Sec; sasdes 8 
/im(iinC,98.34&c. ; 3.i.sa«ie 

9. 5 Sic.; pi. sxdon 143. 3a, ix, 
6l,iixvj,74; sxde wit [43. aa*; 
imp. saga ai. j6, 107. ao ; 
Siege 13. 3, 37. 33; sege uiuai 
/orruiT.iTScc; gesege 13.37, 

10. 38, 63. 1, 68. 14 ; sij. prs, 
secge 7s. 3, i30. 6, 140. 13; 
geseege 95. j, ixil. 13; pst. 
sxde so. 31, u. 183 ; pp. 
gesanl 5 tinus, 35, 39 &c. 

aefa, tDm.miDd, heart i 1.71; xxt, 
46 ; ^. sebn xxt, 41 ; 



I. 33- 



- 6s; 



■Sfto, adj. easy, mild ; / so4, 8j, 
13 ; g. seftes 138. as ; n. seflae 
133. 7; «Hi^. o. Kflian 133, 

■egl, n. sail; a. 16. 19, J44. 30, 
■«1, flfl^. better ; siel xv. 10 ; sup. 

selest 9]. 14. 
Beldftn, ado. seldom ; seldon 35, 

7, iiviii. 71; leldum hwonne 

115. 8; lemp. seldnor iiviii. 66; 

™/. seldosi 136. 3a. 
■eldcnff, adj. rare, nondeifal : g. 

»ldcu6cs 85. 35 : wk. seldcuSan 

10J. II ; a.f. seldcnBe 100. 10; 

a. pi. n, seldcnB 117, J. 
seldhwonne, oi/i'. seldom; 43.30. 
gelf, firon. self ; same ; ic ... self 

47, S ; flu »elf 1 3, 1 1 , XX. 16 &q. ; 

Su Be self II. 8, 38. 34, 104. 4; 

be self aa. 33, 11.31 &c,; hio.. . 



GLOSSARY 



•elf 47. i^ ; sio gesad9 sdf 87. 
19 ; tt, good sdtf 85- 7 ; vk. 
selia. 1 1 n'nuJ in MeL L 33 ^tc ; 
eait 5e selfa, xx. 45 : g. f^nes 
selfes 25. 22 ; his selfcs 37. 15, 
59. 32, xvi. 2, 2t ; d. tie selfnin 
13- 14, T. 37 &C.; 5c selfum 
agnes 69. 10 : Gode selfam xx. 
35 ; him selfam /. seliJre xiiL 
75, XX. 2c6, 220y 222 ; wk. on 
Oisse selfan bee, same xxv. 54 ; 
a. 0e selfne 16. 26 &c and xx. 
273 ; bine selfne 8. 5 &c. ; /. hie 
selfe 13. 31, XX. 211 &c ; //. ge 
selfe 32. 16; him selfe 49. 32, 
53. 20, xi. 87 ; g. selfia willnm, 
by your ovm consent x. 19 ; 
heora selfra 33. 12, 38.22; d. 
eow selfum 31. 25 ; a, xxs selfe 
29. 6, 8 ; eow selfe 29. 5, 32. 
13 ; hie selfe 32. 19, 38. 21. 

selfe, adv. swa selfe, in the same 
way, also; xvii. 25, xx. 192, 199. 

aelflice, 1) sbst. n. conceit, ego- 
tism; a. 9. 27. 2.) adj. conceited; 
a. selflicne MPr. 7. 

aelfwill, n. one's own will ; d. 
selfwille 24. 20, iv. 50. 

sellan, luv. give; 14. 10, 25. 30, 
58. 20, 64. 14, 22, 78. II, 22 ; 
to scllanne 117. 21, 143. 23; 
tnd, prs. 2.S. selest 10. 10, 30. 
14, iv. 21, XX. 226; sellest 10. 
13* ; 3. J. seleC 133. 2i,xvii. 10; 
sel3 19. 10, 27. 30, 28. 2, 7, 69. 
21, 125. 16 ; gesel8*, gesielS 77. 
5 ; //. sella© 143. i ; ///. i,s. 
sealde 8. 21 ; 2.s. sealdest 22. 8 ; 
gesealdest 16. 31 ; 3.J. sealde 
113. 7, 142. II, 145. 16; //. 
sealdon i. 24 ; sbj. prs. selle 38. 
32, 132. 6, 134. 13, 141. 23 ; //. 
sellen 28. 20 ; //. geseald 28. 8, 
77. 8 ; a. gesealdne 18. 2. 

sellic, adj. rare, wonderful ; n. 
xxviii. 53 ; comp, n. sellicre xi. 

50. 
sdlra, comp. adj. good ; better ; 
XV. 15 ; sella i. 50 ; sup. selest, 
best 141. II, 13; wk. selesta 
XX. 203 ; /. wk. seleste 52. 31, 
53* i5» ^* selestum, gesaelestum* 



76. 15 ; //. a*, seksan 77.3! 

30, 84. 4, 5, 124^ 24, 130.16; 

a. »k, 56. 1 7. 
■ftnd a n, tipp. send ; 99. 2; imd.fn. 
I 3.J. sendeO xxix. 84 m. ; aeai i j» 
j 25 ; ps/. 3-r. sende 7. 19, L 6j. 

j ado, r. ae. 

{ aeoo, adj. ill, sick ; v4k. sioca I3> 
I 13 ; «• siocne 107. 29, 123. 33. 
, seofian, mvm trans, amd imtrsKi. 

lament ; siofian 21. 36, 116. iS. 

1 20. 37, xxvi. 82 ; imd. prs. u. 

siofast 17. 16 ; //. seolia5 61. 

14* ; pst. 2 J. seofodest 11. 31 : 

siofodcs 120. 34, 143. 5; j^. 

prs. seofige 19-4; sio6ge lOf 

II, 36 ; prs. p. siofigence ii. a. 
•eofon, num. seven ; siofon u;. 

10. 
seofans, f. lamenting, laments- 

tion; 59. 25 ; siofong 143. 4; c 

seofunga 19. 3, 67. 29; g. f.. 

siofunga xvi. 7. 
■eolfor, «. silver; 120. 15; d, 

seolfre 19. 5. 
seolfren, adj. of silver ; n. srlo- 

fren xxi. 21 ; //. zuk. seolfrcnan 

89. 12 ; n. selfrena, svlfrenn* 

104. 17. 

seoloc. m. silk ; d. sioloce viiL 24. 
seolocen, €uij. of silk ; g. pi. 

seolocenra 33. 30. 
geseon, sv^. see; usttal form in 

B, 39. 2 1 &c. ; gesion 89. 20», 

105. 8*, 124. 7*; seon 122. i*; 
gesion in C, 89. 31, xx. 259 &c; 
to seonne 14. 12* ; to geseooDe 
81. 3*; ind. prs. i.j. geseo 9. 
16* ; 2.S. gesihst 9. 24 &c.; 3 J. 
gesiehS 126. 22*; gesih5 38. 4 
&c. andxxy\\\. 66 ; gcseohO 141. 
18; //. geseo(5 6i. 13* &c.; 
gesiotJ 107. 30 &C. and XX. 231, 
xxviii. 71 ; pst. \.s. geseah 11. 3 
&c. ; 3.J. seah viii. 29 ; geseah 
34. I 8cc; pL gcsawon 33. 25, 
99' ^5f ^*"* 13 '* gesawan viiL 
36 (J ; sbj. prs, gesio 32. 33, 
52. I*; pst. gesawe 22. 8, 6a. 
15; p/. gesawan 35. 31*; pp. 
gesewen 136. i*. 

setl, n. a) seat, abode ; d) tettiog 



(of tan); if. setl« lo. i (a), ii6. 

u (*); a. sell 19. 14 (a); on 

Mtl irriii. J9 (*), «iit. 17 (i), 

31 (*); a. //. sitin ix. 41 la). 
geaatuea, / uislilutioii ; deci«e, 

law ; a. goctennesM 49. 16 w. ; 

fl. {rcMtenesu 43. 11 ; a. geset- 

nelu 10. 14, 3d. 71. 
■ettan, wn. plict, set ; appoint, 

otabliib r j6. ^^. tu. 



1, inflict 



133- ! 



tan, compose 8. 7 ; to gesettane 

vi. 7 (J) i <«rf. prs. 3,1. ict 08. 

aa : geset 69. la ; pi. settaB 73. 

19; ;>J^ i.i. Jrtte ii. 7; J.J. 

«ettest 19. 14 ; gcKttest 79. 13, 

80.1,111.89,91,177; 3J.sette 

nord be worde, traoilated Pr. 

3 : ee»ette 48. 17 ; //. setton 

viii. ]6 ; intraiu. let ont, i. 4 ; 

imp. Mte )6. J7, 91. ai ; nV/. 

^rj. Belle 16. 16; sette domas 

35.31; geieftc Hi. la, ai : pi. 

settan 73. j8*, sii. 10; sctlon 

r3-3l';/?>-gesel JS. '5- 49' >■ 

49. 17, li. 56; a./. Eesette49. 

34, li. 65. 
■Mlui, lof. prove; gtsctSan 17. 9 ; 

fp. geseCed 89. j6. 
Ecaewsnlla, ai/J. visible ; //. f. 

eesewenliCB i aS. a ; g, geiewen- 

Ucra 48. 14, IX. 7 ; d. gewwen- 

licmn 80. 3^, XX. ia7 ; a./, ge- 

seireDlice 79. ii*. 
■Ibb,/ peace ; d. on tlbbe 53. 13 ; 

a. 48. aS, xi. 14 &c. 
gesibbUoe, ado. peacefoll]' ; geiib- 

liG« XX. 68. 
gedbtwain, adj. peaceable> mild ; 

tet. gnibiomi 136. 10. 
stbbaumlloe, adv. peacefnlly ; sib- 

samllo« So. 3. 
•ioettonSr/'lis'iiDEiloiiKaUtioo; 

Mccetnng ii. 4 (J). 
■Id, adj. tpadoiwi /. wb. side 

xxix. 75 ; a. ddne ixix. 60 ; 

nnt. liduizi. 63, IX. tiT, fl.g. 

ndn xUL 11, xxt. 55 ; a./, rida 



•Idn, 



1.47. 



babit; lido 61. 
19. i3>- 3"; *■ 48- "7. »•■"! 
•idD 10. »^; fl.d. lidiun 4a. 14. 



■lerwam, wv. plot ; vi. ymbe ; ind. 

pst. fl. sieiedon 36. 19*, aj*, 

70. 34* ; siredon 36. 19 ; STTcdon 

36. ij, 
aIfeV»,/.//. sifting*, bran; syfeSa, 

siofoCa* 93. 5. 
■iftao, wv. sift ; ind. prs. 3.J. teft 

93- .=>• 
•lean, itil. fall, sinlc; iv. co, vil. 

33. II. 165 ; iKd. prs. ft dga8 

xxix. 15; iJ/. /rr. sige 81. la; 

frs. f. sigende afi. a8 ; d. vri. 

sigendan 17. i. 
■JBO, m, setting (of sua); d. onsige 

xiii. 56: a. 37.7. 
■isodrybMa, m. victorious loid, 

king ; slgnirihten ix. a6o. 
tigtlSboA,/. victorious nation ; n. 

pi. sigcBeoda i. 4. 
■igor, m. victory, triumph ; g.fl. 

sigoia xi. 17, 71, q6, 11. 304. 
geiUdl, /. sight, sense of sight; 

14S- 18, 34 ; a. geiih'Ge 14. 6. 
almbel, adn. always; on symbel 

>8. 6. xi. 50, 94. 
■Imle, adv. always ; usual farm 

in B, II. JO 8iK.;aieut 15 timet 

in C, 30. ifi, ii, 19 Sec. ; symle 

wtHal/arm in C, aioul 6a limes, 

18. 17, viiL 18 &c.; sometime! 

■written syle 106. f Sec. : not in 

B; siemie 14. J>, 18. 31*; 

semleS?, 31, 1:7. sa, xx. 198. 
■In, rjix. foss. adj. his, her, its ; g. 

sines iv. 10. xxi. 38, xxii. 6a ; d. 

sinnm xxii. 57 ; g fl. sinra ix. 

56, iivi. 70. 
ainbiemende, adj. ever-burning; 

H. sinbymende viii. 5a. 
ainogiafa, ofbi. giver of treasure, 

lord ; sincgeola i. 50. 
■Inoatiin. m. jewel ; xxi. al. 
•iDSal, oi^'. conlinuoas. lasting; 
ipi. singala i6. 6 ; f. singale vii. 

So;Ji'i. a7, I3irf. singalnm 134. 

3a: fl. tingalne 78. la, ia6. 17, 

ixviii. S3 : / singale xiii, s- 
■insBJlioe, adv. continually, con- 
stantly ; 37. II, 41. 9, vii. 46, 



■DTBra. / prutgice. vtadom : <• 






f u.k. 


■Aft«. i; adj. qniet. gentle: * 




// /. tofu iiJL 47. 3 aJr. 




(■-^mIt: II. 7,6S, i7j.iiii.;i: 


n.fl. 


(.Mil/, mflnr, more comlbniblj. 




moreeaiUj 133. 17. 


"\lK\t 


•ol, «. miiT ; //. diny pbca; i 




lolnm 115. 7; Aiololis.). 



■All. m. EWMt sonad, mDuc; g, 

■5nB. oi/v. immediately, at once 

9. 19, viii. : &C. ; sona iwa, a. 

50001*11.1,14.3,116.6,141 

5- 
■org, y. grief; affliction; 70. 37 

g. wrges 16. i8*; BOrge U7. 

34 ; d. 16. II, 34. l6, 70. 7 ; rf. 

//. sorgum 66. 3, iii. S, xxvi. 96. 
•orglaD, iw. grieve, be troubled ; 

to Boigienne 14. 16* ; iiu/. ptt. 

1.1. aorgode ix. 34; prs. f. 

giende 17. 14, 116. 26 

Bocgieodne 10. 31. 
■M, 1) ib^'. tiue, real ; 17. iS&c. 

and II. 146 ; ■aii. soSa xx. ji ; 

f. soCe 141 . ig* ; wi. 39. 9 &c. 

awrfixx. 17; ». S08 " " 



a7o. I 



; d. s 



soQum, for a trnth 
soGan u. 30 &c. ; 0. wi. 14. 6 
&c. ; n. soS jS. 36 &c. ; n't. 
soSe 14. 8 4c. nnrf t- 25 ; //. 
soiSe 18. 6&C,; /. 106a 118. 3 
&c. ain/ xii. 13, xix. 31 i n. 106 
ii. 18; g. aoKia. xii. 15; tui. 
Boffenit Ji. 11 Sec; d. soSnm 
4S. 3 (soCan J) &c. ; a. /. soCa 
81. a6, xii. 30 &e. ; m*. soSati 
.SI. 23 &C iifft/ vii, 30; cum/. 
soBfa xxviii. 35 ; «. sotfie 59. 
20, 85. 21 ; a. tt. 94. 8. 2) 
tilt. n. truth; d. loSe 11. 10 
&c. : a. Kiff 17. 30 Sec. and jx 
94 ; for so*, for a Ikct 17, 20. 

■SVovlde, »i. tme saying, truth 
//. f . aoCcwida ii. 7, vii. 3 ; a 
soQcwidas 14. 3, vi. 9, viii. 3. 

■dSfieet, a^'. trnthfol, JDSt ; g. ft. 
(oSfxstcaix. 273. 

■dSftMtnsa, /. truth ; justice ; g. 
soBfesmeue 95. 13,99. Mi'~' 
M.uii. 38; a.97. 27, 101 

■dtiUo, adj. true ; n. i)i. 5. 

■fiVipell, n. tme nairative; ( 
5- 

■pica, wm. spoke of wheel ; i ig. 
32; f. ipacan 119. i6 n. ; a*. 
130. 2, J ; //. 129. 16, 31, 130. 
13 i ^. spscDm 130. 13. 



Biiuian, rv. attract, illcre; iiid. 
prs. 2.J. spaiDSt 127. 2; //. 
spanati 16. 6. 

■paansa, inn, sparic ; 99. 24 ; d. 
spearcao 13. 33; a. trace, scin- 
tilla 1 33. 21. 

ip6d, /. a) iucceas ; *) power, 
me«.sia. iv. 9(i), 33(*). IX. 
358 (b); d. it. spednm 110. 
37 (a). 

ajwll, n. narrfltiTe, tale ; discoaree, 
at^nmeat ; 95- 19 &c. ; ^. spelles 
142.2; d. spelle 118. JO, 13s. 
ig an,l vii. 1 ; eogUscum spelle, 
prose Pr. 9 ; a. spell, cenlrastid 
■with Uoff 26. 23 &c. am/ ixv. 
73; spel 1^. IS, 60. 



70. 35, uvi. 1 &c. ; a. spell 
108. I. 

■pellian, vm. disconrse ; eontrasltd 
with slogan; 34. 15 &c.; spelti- 
gan 6j. i' ; spillian 47. 4 ; ind. 
psi. 3.J. spellode MPr. 4. 

■pigetbui, -am. spit ; 6t. 33. 

apor, n. track; d. spate 131. 35. 

■prao, /. speech: discourse, 
argument 1 subject of dis- 
cussion ; 42. 36; sprsece 137. 
i; g. 97. 36, 117. 5, 6; rf. 
43. 23. &c ; a. 88. 32, ii. 8 ftc; 
^. //. sprseca, languages 42, 27. 

■pr»oan, n>5. «peuc;/#. Pr, 14 
ate. am/ MPr. 8, viii. 31 ; ««- 
Irasltd TV. singan 9. iG ; ind. 
prs. ij. sprece3i. 17 *c- i i-'- 
spriciJ a8. 14* ; sprecB Pr. 14" ; 
//. spiecaS X. 45 tic ; psl. I j. 
ipriec 118. 28 ; IJ. sprjece 100, 
8 ; 3.;. sprxc i. 81 ; pi. ipnecon 
23, 6 &c. and ixvii. 30 ; imp. 
spree 137. 19; ibj. prs. pi. 
sprecen 84. 3; sprecan 1.17. t8 ; 
psl. pi. spixcen 1 7. 3 ; sprxcon 
137- i8';//. ge»preten4i.7. 

apTlngan, n>%. spring; ind. prs. 
l.s. sprinc« 57. 23'. 

aprjlt«n, vni. spront ; tnd. pri. 
^.pl. sptytlaB xiii. 67. 

■pyriaD, vrv. {umally w. xfter) 
follow up, investigate i fq. 71. 




GLOSSARY 



lo Ac. and lix. .^3. xili. a ; 
ipirigan 94, 17*; ind. prs. 2j. 
tpynst S9- '7". 90- »7* ; »PT™» 

IJ. al ; 3.J. ipyreO 145. 7, titiI. 
g; //. sp^TiaS ii:. ii &c.; 
ipiri«B 131. 10; ^J/. 3.J. ipyrrde 
xxrii. 16 ; fi/. ipyredon 78. 19 ; 
lij. pTS. spyrie 131. a4 ; ft. 
tppicD 101. 7; ipiftigat 99. 
ai, iiS. 16; eMprrigen 99- 



•WBpp«n,itHi.uep,go: gestxppui 
xj. 140. 

■tsV, n. shore ; a. //. sU6n vi. 
15- 

geaUBtntlB, adj. steady, stodjast ; 
geslKSeie 103. 19, niv. 43, 
ixii. 85 ; -uib- gest.-cCBega J36 
a6* ; 1/. ici. gestiMiKan laS. 
3 ; gn'a'WicEsri "9- 16. 

■t&D, Bi, Etocc, lock ; 14. If, 
xxi, II ; d. stuie 17. 6 ; a. Stan 
9"- "5. '"■ 33; jS'-.sHuiBS 93. 



ra ; d. Etaaiim 81. 
s 73. 3 



; A». B=^ 



■tsDdaD, svi. Etuid; stand fast, 
abide; 36. Jl*, 48. ag*, 49. 
37*, 105. ij*; geatandan 80. 
15*; EX. gj 1 stondan 91. 18, 
loi. 39, uiv. 54 ; to itandanne 



27. 1 



.71, .«,, 16! 

sienL on, depends on 134. ao ; 

slint 139. 3q; psi. 3./. Mod i. iS. 

II. 134 ; //. Elodon, stood still 

lOi. 6 ; irs. /. g. slondendes 

,ai. 8-. 
geiUuidBii, nA. attack, assail ; 

ind. prt. 3.1. gestent 37. 1 ; //. 

gestondat! lii. 14 ; fit. j.j. 

gestod 115. 31. 
■t^ol, m. foundation 1 86. 1, 4. 
(taVolfffiBt, adj. firm, Ried ; 97. 

1 1 , >i. 99. 
■tnftoliftn, vfB. fix, hold fast ; 

ind. 3.J. geataColafi 57, 4 ; psi. 

I.J. gestaSoladest Si, :i>*, ix. 

itil ; 3.J. staColade izii. Sj ; 



itaCelode 136. : 
Oelod 50. 4*. 
■ttep, m. dmkinK- Teste), bod; 

ctcaro, adj. TODgh, violent; W. 

II. stean: uri. ig ; a. aiL 
■tearcan i o. 1 1 ; pi. itearce 5). 
5 ; a. wk. Etearcan 91. 6. 

■tade, m. place, poutka ; Ss, 
a6, 96. ao ; Space, atcDl. 4^ 
5 ; rf. a7- 3 : 46- =<>. "'■ ';• 
X. 11; o. n. 64, niTUi. »9. 

>tsnui, /. voice ; d. stemne iS. 
11, 116. 34, i. 84; o. 57. jo; 
itettie liii. 49. 

atainn, m. (nink (of tree); 9J. 
a8, 3a ; fonndatiOD, base, 86. i. 

■tSora. wm. steersmaD ; stioca 97. 
"■'3- 

■Worliaa, adj. imcoatroneii: 
miEgnided ; d. steoileamm l 
w; pi. stiorlease 13. ai. 

■t«orra,u'in. bIbt; 105J li.nniL 



S; //. 10. 6 Sec and li. t. 

g. steotrena 19. a, 39. 1;; I 

steomim 105. 13, ivii. 11, 

I xxl*. 34; a. steorran iv. S. 

: aldoiroSor, n. mdder ; steonoSd 

I 97. II; rf. stioiTuCre 98. ), 

' aMort, IB. tail ; d. stcortc lOi. 

'5- 
atioel, m. sitng, bite ; d. fi. 

sticelum j6. R. 
Bticlui, rcf. stick fasl, Temiia; 

iHrf./rj. 3.1. alicaiSxx. 110; fl. 

Etician ll>. 16, 139. 31 ; soda'' 

gehydde to. 30. 
atiepan, wv. raise, exalt; iW' 

psi. 3J. stepte XT. 8. 
aUerac, lev. 111. a. or d. guide, 

wield, gDvetn \td. d.or a.andf. 

restrain ifrom) ; sliran 10. 13' 

{d.): steotan 40. ii* (»-',"■ 

49i geiteoran39.3o» (i£aDd/.i; 

slioran 40. 14* (a.) ; gcstioraa 

ijt. 5 (fl. oHd g.\ ii. 5) {l 



andg.'); rW./«, 3 J. ttyrestSl. 
14* 13.); "■ >78 («.); 3-1- 
stioreS iiiv.4o{rf.; ; taotHio^. 
ig* (i/.) ; fst. i-t. stiorde 94. 13 
(i/.) ; sbj. pit.pl. gestirden 134. 
5 (<'')< /!^- lii'" '>>'^ gestioied 
biota orsorgDeua 117. 1. 

■tlK>/- palb 1 "' itige uiii. 10. 

atissn. ^i- Bscecd 1 gcEtigan 
; ind. prs. jj. sligS 



57- ■ 



stihS li 



Btlhtan, tov. arrsnge, reguUte ; 

ind.prs. i.j. stibCest u. 178. 
atlllui, h'T'. cease from motioa, 

become Etill ; geslillan 49. 4, 

xi. 26; ind.prs. jj, gcbtilde 

io». 33;^. gestildon 103. a; 

jM. trans, gestilled 49. I ; pt. 
/gcstildeii. 19. 
Btille. mlj. {Bften m. gesceaft) 

molionlesi, calm; 79. 15, u. 

16;/. 129. JO, II. IJJ; B, 

«. 151;^./, slillregi. jj; i*A. 

stillan 118. 3, 139. iS; a. _/! 

Mille 131. 3 ; tir;(. giillan 49. 

351 n. //. Milla laS. j; stille 



[. 39. 






geatlnoao, Ji>3. /. 

■tioBUl, roj. iting : ind.prs. 3J. 
itingeC iviii. 7 1 stiagO 71 ■ 7. 

(/. itormc I4. ii;pl. Btonnis 
l8. 13. 6'- 5. 9'- ">. 'ii- 3. ">• 
14;^. norma iiri. 39. 
•tomuS, >»/. uormf tea; 115. 

■tCw, /. place ; 34. 30, 8j. 16, 
XI. 379, TJX. 18, xiiv. 45 ; d. 
stowe 80. 33, 91. 30, 105, 31, 
107. 13, XX. 140 : a. II. 36, 91. 
31; fl. stowa viii. 53 ii'. 88. 
33 ; d. itawom 96. 30 ; a. stowa 

■trans, di^'. itroDg ; severe; 87. 
4; strong 38. 3*, vi. 11, viL 
35; o.»trangnei3». 7,8:/.toi. 
8a HiongaD meaht xi. 99, xx. 
161, 178, xxiv. 40 ; pi. nb. iii. 



>ARy 393 

3 ; g. WroDgia 37. 3* ; camp. 

strengra 37. 3, 73. 7, 93. 14; 

strencra, sUtengn* 54. 13; g, 

sEiengnui 75. 8; pi. 59. 33, 

7». S- 
Mrange, adv. stroDgly, violeotly ; 

vi. 15. 
atianslio, adj. itroDg, firm ; /. 

stronglic x. 1 1 ; a. n. 38. 4. 
■trAajn, m. stream; a. uiii. 3; 

a. pi. streamos u. 173. 
■tpengo,/. strength; 73, 11. 
gestrfion, n. property ; 48. 6* ; 

gestrioni. J3;#/.i/. ge»treonnm, 

possessions 9. iS* ; a. gestreon 

riil. s8, 
itrion, K. procreative power? 73. 

Btrioan, Jfi. move, go; ind. frt. 

3J. stiiceC II. 140. 
■ti^anaji, too. a) acquire; b) 

beget ; ff. gestrincd 70. ao (i) ; 

gestrjined 54. 4* (a), 
gestrod, u. pluoder ; d. pi. ge- 

stiodsm 9. 38. 
■ttind,/. point of lime, moment; 

d. »tande uv. 68. 
Btunion, viv. resound j ind. prs. 

3J. stunaC liii. 49; /j/. 3-1. 

stoaedc hio bmne yO wiO oOre, 

dashed with loud noise iivi. 19. 
■tyooe, n. short space (of time) ; 

a. ymbe sticce, after a while 

joa 7. 
styrian, lov. trans, and tutnou. 

move, stii; 49. 4; itirian li. 

37; ind. prs. 3J. slyreS iiii. 

64; ^ ityriaff xiiL 49; fst. 

i-fl. rftx. ni slyredon lol. 38; 

prs. p. n. pi. -wk. ityriendan, 

endowed with motion 146. 5, 

13; a. 146. 13! pp. n. pi. 

styrede vii. 15. 
■tyrman, too. be stormy ; prs. p. 

a./, ■uii. styrmcndan 16. 11 ) d. 

//. stynncndnm 18. 13. 
atrrung,^! a) motion ; i)sliiTiDg, 

stimulus; ityring 48. 30* (o) ; 

d. styringe 47. 37* {*). 
(ulh, /. i^ougb i g. pi. sola 60. 

30. 
nun, pren. adj. tome, ■ ceiUIn 



I 




294 



(one^; 7. 11, i. 46&C. ; if. 83. 

10 &c. and xxii. 37 ; g. sumes 
55. 39, yii. a 8 &c. ; usedasadv, 
to some extent, viii. 47, xx. 54 ; 
d, snmum 15. 18, ix. 23 &c. ; /. 
sumere 63. 1 1 ; sumre 43. 8 &c. ; 
a. snrone 24. 19 &c. and yii. 
3;/'. some 85. 12, ix. 15 &c. ; 
n. sum 54. 4 &c.; //. sume 24. 

11 &c. ; n. snmu 129. 9; sume 
126. I &c. a»^ xxxi. 10; g. 
Bumra 91. 16 &c. ; d. sumum 
57. 8, xiii. 15 &c. ; a. sume 78. 
16 &c. ; /. suma loi. 14; sume 
65. 25 &c. ; n, sume ten gear 
115. 18; sume hundred scipa 
ib. 

same, adv. to some extent, par- 
tially; 132. 3 {or error for 

sumne?). 
sumor, ///. summer; 136. 15, xi. 

60, xxix. 58 ; sumer 49. 19 ; g, 

sumcres 10. 10; d. on sumera 

49. 20, 68. I, 92. 7, xvi. 13, 

xxii. 23. 
suxnorlang, adj. a. pi. sumurlange 

dagas, the long days of summer 

iv. 19. 
gesund, adj. uninjured, sound ; 

healthy ; 22. 6, 130. 22 ; /. 130. 

19; a. gesundne 102. 20; 

n. gesund 22. 1. 
sundbiiende, mpl. sea-dwellers, 

men, people ; viii. 1 3, xxiv. 2 1 , 

xxvi. 48. 
gesundfullice, adv. safely; sup. 

gesund fuUicost 130. 15*. 
gesundfulnes, f. prosperity ; d. 

gesund fulnesse 14. 22. 
gesundlice, adv. safely; sup. 

gesund licost 130. 15. 
sundororffift, m. special art or 

power; a. 62. 33 ; g.pi» sundor- 

cnefta xx. 203. 
sundorgiefu, /. special gift or 

grace ; a. sundorgife 62. 22. 
sundorstow, /. special place; a. 

sunderstowe 80. 2*. 
sunna, wm. sun ; xxviii. 61, xxix. 

37. 
sunne, wf. sun; fq. 21. 2, iv. 6 

&c. ; g. sunnan 12. 7, iv. 16 



&c. ; d, 14. 9, V. I &c ; a. i& 

3, iv. 10 &c. 
suno, m. son: 36. 33 &c.; /. 

smut 115. 23; pi. suna 98. 30; 

g, 115. 38 ; d. sunnm 32. 23. 
suo, adv, southward, south; ii. 

42, X. 5, 24, xiv. 7. 
sutSiui, adv. from the south; ir. 

32, yi. 8. 
sulSanwestaii, adv. used as aiu 

from the south- west ; 31. 4. 
suSanwesteme, adj. sonth-west: 

a. wk. su9anwesteman la 13. 
sutSSastende, m. south-easten 

extremity; 67. 31. 
suSeme, adj\ southern; t. 7: 

wk. suSema 14. 11.* 
sulSeweard, culj. southward; g. 

suSweaixles, used as adv. i. 4; 

d. from su9eweardnm, inm 

the south 39. 27, 41. 22. 
BuKheald, adj. southward ; xxriiL 

17- 
8wa, 1) adv. so, thus; 12. 17. 

iii. 8 &c.; swse 90. 16; swano, 

thus for instance xi. 43, xiii. 14: 

swa selfe, in the same \%-ay xvu. 

25, XX. 192, 199; swa iloe 20. 

16 &c. ; swa ilce swa 92. 17: 

swa swa xiii. 64 ; swa . . . t. 

in such a way . . . that 7. 8 &c.; 

swa 7 swa, in such ways 125. 

29 ; introducing simile^ v. 7 &c; 

comparison, like, xxvi. 47; 

alternaiivesy swa . . . swa, cither 

... or 141. 24, 39, 143. 10, 15; 

w. adj. 7. 25, i. 77 &c. ; w. adv. 

12. 19, ii. 6 &C.; swua efoe 

from . . . o9 i. 13; swa longe 

. . . swae ix. 13; 7v. comp. swi 

swa leng swa bet, the longer 

the better 97. 27, cf. 8. i, 19 

9, 60. 9. 130. 16; w. sup. and 

shj. of maeg, as . . . as 149. 6, 

xxvii. 29 &c.: w* ind. 135. 4. 

2) conj.'y often doubled, and correi. 

w. preceding swa (1) ; mamur^ 

as, 18. 4, xi. 100 &c. ; sw:<^ ix. 

14 ; w, sbj, 12. 15 ; swa swa 19. 

24 ; swa swa Pr. 3 &c., cf 32. 

5; time, as soon as, xiii. 54; 

sona swa 14. 3 &c. amd TiiL 1 ; 




'";| 



swa . . . iwa 57, 33 ; ph 
swa swa, wheievei ix. 
fli rel. pren. call swa 
whatsoever xti. 9; i«rf^ 8wa 
hwa (hwn.-l) swa II. ij. jj. la 
&c. ; swa hwiti swa 11 a. 3; 
swa hwdc swa 1:3. 14; sws 
hwseSer swa 91. 19; swa hwsei 
swa 17. 19. 

smeoo, H). taste, flavouT; 9,1- 4. 

■wSfan, m'. burn t I'ni/. /». 3 j. 
swKfeC Tiii. 47, 

awoT, m^'. heavy, burdensonie ; 



■wSruaH,y. sluggishness; 95. 10. 
swBBlice, adv. affably, kindly; 

l<>- 31- 
BwfiS, n. footprint, track; a. 114. 



BwfiBer, /n>. 



. whichever (of two) 
8&C 



Bwangomea, /. sluggishi 

guoi; swongomes 109. 4. 
■w&pan. rv. iiitrans. sweep, rash ; 

it%d. prs. 3,1. swapeS vii. jo. 
awsSSr, tiiAi. like, lutd like swa 

swa; 47. a6, 117. 17, 117. 17, 

xxxi. II ; swsflcr 47. a6*. 
aniSeah, aJv. liowcver, neveitbe- 

less; 16. 17, ix. 38 &c 
sweart, adj. black, gloomy ; wh. 

jwearta iv. 11; g. f. vii. 

swcartan 10, 5; a. wi. xxiii. j; 

//. v/i. 14. 9; g. sweaitra iv.O; 

d. swearlnm v. 45. 
awearte, adv. daikly; vUi. 47. 
iwefl, m. sulphur ; swefel 34. iS ; 

d. swefle 34. 9, viii. 50. 
>wec, m. sweet sound, melody ; 

d. swege 101. iS. 
awesl, fl- sky ; ^. swegles nii. 

33- 
nvtgle, adv. brightly, ladiantlj; 

■wegltorht, adj. heaveoly bright ; 

awelo, adj. pran. anch; often foil, 
by aweloe, ;. v. 17. 9 &c.; 
iwilci45. 7; swylc 75.34;/ 
swelcio. 19,59.35; B.TUI. 7; 



ARY 295 

•wylc 104. la, 130. s8 r g. m. 
and n. swelces 11. IJ &c. ; 
swelces 7 swelces. this and ihe 
tikeiiviii. 49; swylccs ix. 33: 
f. swelcie 104. II ; d. m.andn. 
swelcum 30. 9*, 63. ai &c, ; on 
iwelcum iHDde swa hi WKron, 
in no matter what cuunlry 64. 
6: swileum 17. %*, 136. 39*, 
xiii. 9a i Bwyleum 7 swylcum, 
by this and the like xivi. 107, 
tf. 1 16. 30 ; /. swelcere 31.14'; 
a. swelcne 4a. i>; swilcne 6). 
19 &c. : swylcne 145. 11, 11 ; 
/. swylce 10. 10; n. swclc 11. 
15"; swilc 7S. J3i swylc 135. 
"S- '47- 17. "I- 18 ; //. swelce 
14. 6. 87. 8, viii. 4a ; swilce 34. 
6*; swylce IS- IS, 37 ;/swelca 
aj. 19 ; iwilca 36. 1 1 : n. swelce 
59. 35*; swslce 31. 9'; g. 
Ewelcra 9a. S. x. 55 ; twylcra 
lix. 15 ; d. swelcum 54. i«, 91. 
10; Bwilcum 54. I, 116. 30*; 
»wylcnm ib.; a. swylce 133.8, 
MS' »'• 

■waloe, ]) adv. a) like, as il 
were; 4). 9 &c. ; swilce4l. ai;, 
43. 13. b) also; iv. 13; swylce 
tv. 6, xiix. 63. 21 n>n/. a) v. 
ind. eerrtl. vi. preceding swelc 
17. 9 Ac; swilce 91. i &c; 
swylce 1 45. 9 &c. 6) m. sbj. as 
iliff- 15. 13 Sec; swilce 91. 
14; swylce (4 /im« ,« C) g>. 
la &c. 

awelgan, sv^. swallow ; absorb ; 
ind, fri. 3 J. swtlgeC u. 96 ; 
awilgB 80. l6* ; swylgd j6. 38*. 
39*. 

■wslgend,/. abyss; 19. 7. 

aweltan, ni%. die ; ind. i-pl. 
swellalf 45. 36 ; ibj. firs, swelte 
33. 33 ; fri.f. swellende J3. 1. 



33, V. 41 i ind. prs. 3.J. swencfl 
5a. 17 ; sbj. prs. swence 133. 5* 
8, vii. so : //. geswenced 8. 19, 
ji4. a, iii. S ; fl. geswcocte 130. 
a6. 133- 6. 
iwAoT, m. fatber-in-Uw ; swior 
ja.5. 



GLOSSARY 



>. iwck : ti. swiiui . 

a.//.swvrar>ix. 5. 

1, (113. grow dlik ; /«. 



nraord, m. Btriir J ; 6i|. 30; i/. . 

iweorde 18. 17, 39, 84. ix. 31 ; , 

a, sweord ii. 60; a, /J. 40. 1*. 
geiWBoatrui,y. //. siiten ; g: ge- 

SwyiteniH (gciwyitren*" B^, ' 

beam, coasias 98. 31. 
«weotol,a>^*.evident,inanifeit;R. ' 
fy-l6, ii&c.ofu/ ix. 61 ; swiolol 1 

»». H*. 15- 10; »/. ». "*. ' 

iweotolosle 119. 17. 
•waotole, oi/i'. clearly, diatinctly ; 1 

II. 16, V. 1 Sec; tweotule IJ. 

4*; iwcoteleg. I*; swotoleti. 

14* : iweiole viii. t (J) ; iwitole 

48. 14* : tomfi, sweotoloi 34. 

1 SccanJjdi.i^; tufi.tvieololoit '. 

Pr.4.vi.3. 
iwsotallui, wv. reveal, declare ; I 

ihJ. frs. 3J. sweololafi I47. 

19. I 

»w6te,ai^'. sweet ; S'-S: a.swetne 

131- 7. 9 ; """P- "■ swelre lii. 

9 : fl. awetran 99. 5. 
■wfitmettaB, m.pl. dainlies, deli- 

CBcira; swotmetlai 33. 13*; d. 

mwixxiet,/. sweetness; »5.7; d. 

■weSrion, u/i'. subside, cease ; fifi. 

gOwiSrad V. 45. 
geawioan, svl. w. f. cente ; 134. 

31 ; s/y.firi, geswice 109. 11. 
■wif an, jjji . inlrans. move ; ind. 

prt. 3J. swifeO xiviiL 17; tbj. 

prs. swife 14- if »-i uviii. 39. 
■wift, adj. swifl; vii. 90, xxviii. 

17; if. swiftum xxiv. 18 ; a-iak. 

swiflaii K. 40 ; //. swine xi. 60 ; 

a. /. loj. 4* i cemp. swiftra 72. 

8, xxix. 31 ; pi. swiftrBB 7a. 6; 



■wKttiM, /. swiftness ; g. \ 



rift. 



■wlfW,/. swiftness ; g. iiviil. 3. 

■wigian, vjv. be silent ; gesugian 
45. 17; ind.psl. 3.J. geswnijodes 
50. 17; 3J. geswigode 14. a6, 
40.5*, 41.7; geswngodesi.ij, 



I [34. 18, 116. »9, T41. si:ge- 

I sDEodc40. s. 4'- 7- 
■win, «-pig; d.pi, swinan 115.*. 
geBwino, n. toil, effort; 41. ID; 
d. gnwiuce 46. 9, 8a. 15, 9S. 

13, 13J. J7. "■ 377; >. fl. 

gciwinca, haidshipi, tioahles 17. 

3,89.9, 10, ui. 10, 14, 
■wiuokn, svl, labour, toil ; {7. 

jfi, 96. 35 ; iaJ. prj. a,/, swioot 
! tai. 15 »■ ; 3-1. swinceS iiLl; 

swincS 76. 26, 17, 113. II, Ijj. 

4. 143- 15 1 .^- »winc»8 43. 1^ 
I 142.31, W.56;/i/.//.i*iiiic» 
I 117. 4; lij. prs, pi. swincen t 

II ; /j/.//.svrancen, gowimctB* 

•45- 3- 
gemrinoftill, a^'. laboiiona, tnt. 
■ blosome ; lomf. pi, gesaiodid- 

ran 30. 15. 
swIS, adj. strong ; d. tek. swiSai 
I iiv. 46 ; temp. awiRia 93. 15. 
■WlS«, ailv. strongly, tnnch; U- 

18 &c. and IT. ifg, xix. 38 ; n- 

littiivt, w. adj. or adv. ytrf./f. 

Pr. 7, IT. 19 Sec. : swySc 36. 8; 

swiCe swiffe, eiceedinglj 51.5, 

I40. I ; temfi. swiSor, moK 8. 

I, xi. 17 &c. ; iwiSoT 130. ij, 

iG ; sup. swiSost, most, afti- 

a'ly '5- S. "tii- " 4c.; sm- 

tJosl 55. 3, 5, 76. 15; twa Ik 

swiCost maege, a* hard 11 it 

can 109.11, (/: 135.4,139.11. 

149, 6. 
wwKHo.adj. eicctstve, violent;^- 

swiSlicum J 7. J. 
•wiSlioe, adv. stniagly; eicad- 

ingty, mncb ; swiSe s. 51. !, 

107. ,11. III. 18, 115.7,1)7.4. 
■wnlrian, wv. grow stroof^, 

prevail ; pp. geswitfrad T. 4j. 
■rlian. wv. stain, pollute; iad. 

pit. 3./. selede ix. 60. 
■TtidflTlio, adj. special, pecoliai; 

flynderlioe, tuh'. separatdy ; sv- 
dally; 43. 1, I4J. 19, 30^ 31. 

■yndrian, wv. sepanie ; /fi. fL 
gesiadTede ii^. 6. 

STiiriill, adj. sinful ; pi, m. wi. 
synfutlao 111. is. 



■jnsiftn, wv. ud ; shj. ptt. ypl. 

gesyngodcD 1^3. 17. 
•TOO./ sin ; »yo 84. 19, Ji. 
■Tpe, m. soaking, abtaiption ; d. 



Uon. u. ugn, token ; 107. 38, 
118. II, 134- 7- "; '»'»' "9- 
17 \ a. tacn 107. 19 ; d.fl. tac- 



//. lacniaH .. 
tftonniiB, f. iadicalion, emblem ; 

10. 14 ; d. UCDange 16. iti>. 
Uecan, wv. poinl oul. shou- ; 1 18. 

18, 137. i,t45' ■?: gctSKan 51. 

JO, 78. 10, ja, 89. 3a, 104. 

37, 139. 36; to Uecanne 137. 33; 

ind.frs. i.s. Uehst lai. ii-.fsl. 

\j, Vsine 90. 1,6; aj. lehlcst 

97. 16 ; imp. getxi: 34. 19, 105. 

33 ; tij.prs. gcta^ce 74. 30. 
tAoinB' /- demon slration ; d. 

txcinge 90. 1. 
tAonlos, / demonttiation ; 1/. 

tscainge 90. 1*. 
tfiluk, wv. blame; ilS. i€, 135. 

3. "»■ J91 Eeuelon 31, (9, 3j. 

3, 74. 10; 10 talenne G4, i8* 

iid. l.pl. UelaS 19, 31. 
tSIwlBralio, m^'. blaoieworlhy 

Ja^. B. ta^lst^rSlicosB 43. 34. 
gtUeao, adj. Titling, convenient 

sup. n. gtxxioa. xi. 11. 
talion, vrv. cKkon, accoiml ; to 

laliiuiDe $6. 8. 
tun, adj. ume ;/. SJ- 9; fii- "- 

tamu 101. 39; d. tame 57. 18, 

tama, vm. tamcneia ; g. taman 
iLii. 36; 0.57. ii.iiu. 35. 

10; d.pi. leanim 11. 33. 
tela, oi/v. well, intisfactoiily ; 

'i7- '°> '«■ '4. 'W- 36; "■ 
prtssiita y apprevai, Iclo Sonne 

» 5e swa Sioctt 1 19. lo*. 
tallui, viti. reckiM, reckon np ; 



telle 30. 31 ; 3.J. gclclesl 44. i; 
pi. tellaC 5 J, 33 ; Pit. -i.s. tealiie 

33. 30, 113. ig ; //. lealdon 96. 

'9; sbj, prs. telle 44. 33, 56. 
i; .*«/. tele44. 15,44. i6- 
lian, Tuv. l:imc ind.psl. i-fl. 



it, conndei ; aitol. Mate 
le, 17. 8 ; to tellaime 54. 

lEiii^uue 56. 10; ind. prs. \.s. 
telle 30. 31 ; 3.J. gclclesl 44. i; 
-■■■'- l3;/t/.T./.teaiae 

4". H3- ' 

39; sbj, pr.. ^ . 

11; .*«/. tele44. 15,44. 
temian, — '— — ' '' 

Ectenge, adj. iv.'i/. a) close to; 
b} ^Xiiiwf^ on, nfflicting ; nxi. 

-ar.J. ij.4ti);n. »3.S W; 

teobbian, uiV. consider; determine 
on, detign, intend ; ind, prs, 
i.^-tiohhie liii. 3,s; s.T.liohhait 
'*'. 34; getiohhasi i». 31 : 3,^. 
teohhaO 54. 39* ; liobhaS 54. 
39. .11. .*S- 3. 4*. 76. 14, "8. 
30; tehbaS 55. 3* ; lihhaS 54. 
31*, 68. 31 ; fi. teobbisS %%. 
'5', 53- '<■; liobbiiH 60. j, 
91. 37, 133. 36: tiohU«S3. ai : 
pst. 3J. leobhodest', liohhodei 
31. i; iJ. tiohhode 9S, 14, 
138. I, 145. 19, 37 him tioh- 
hode to wite, determined io 
punish 36. 16 ; geliobh<xk 
itii. 38; pi. tpohhodon 9. 6- ; 
tihodoD 116. 13*; lij. pn. 
teohhie 51. 6*; tlohbiest. 13*, 
98. 9, 100. 19; tiohbige 63. 
iS; liohige 51. 6, 13; pp. 
tiohhod 134. 13 ; gctiobbod 11 
timtt in C, 111. 30 &c. and 
117. 3I«; getiobhad 88. 18, 
143. 37 ; (letehhod t8. 3* ; 
getihhod 134. 13*. 

t«on. svi. pull ; attract, entice : 
train; getion 116. 34*; ind. 
prs. iJ. teohe sS. Ii»; tihS 
48. I', 58. 11; gttyhe 48. 4; 
pi. teoO V. 43; tio-B tl6. 33; 
pst. 3J. intrans. teah, with- 
drew 103. 4 ; sij. prs. lea 57. 
31 ! getio 38. 37; pp. getogen 
17. 38; trained, instructed, n. 
Handa.pl/. getogene 49. 3*. 

tioo, wf. make : arrange, ordain ; 
irni. pit. i.s. liode a. 131 1 



298 




GLOSSARY 



gedode zi. 38, xifi. 13, xxiy. 
J 4 ; gctede xiiL 44. 

Mon*, wm. injiiTT, wrong; a. 
teonan 32. 9. 

tteriAn, zw. grow tired ; sbj.prs. 
2 J. getiorie J 39. 32. 

tM0a, ff«m. a^'. tenth ; a. teo9an 
42. 19. 

teran, sv^. lacerate, cause to 
smart ; i«</. prs. 3-f. tir6 51.3. 

tid,/. time; season; 148. 23, x. 
64, xxvi. if; tiid 12. 5; d. 
tide 7. I, 127. 26; aer tide, 
in good time 67. 1 1 ; a. tide 
ix. 15, xxvi. 4, 12, 4.^; on tid, 
i»'hen the time comes 67. 1 1 ; on 
wintres tid xxix. 64: //. tida 
34. 6, viii. 40; d, tidum 40. i, 
iv. 43 &c. ; a, tida 10. 10, 79. 
12, 128. 23. 

tidan, tirv. happen ; ind. prs. 3.J. 
getideS 77. 8* ; pst, 3 j. gelydde 

36. 33*. 
tiedernea,/. frailty, delicacy ; </. 

tydemcsstr 9. 9*. 
tiedre, oc//". frail, delicate ; tedre 

41. 18*, 72. 29; d.wk. tedran 

1 09. II ; //. / tiedre*, tedra 

47. 24; tedre 25. 31*; comp, 

tederra 36. 6. 
tien, num. ten; tin 44. 14*; ten 

44. 14, 115. 18*; tyn xxvi. 17. 
tier«=tioro, drop? xx. 81. 
tigris, in. tiger; 72. 6, 8, 116. 

20. 
til, adj. good, brave ; d. pi. tilam 

xxvi. 20. 
tilian, wv. w.g. strive after ; attend 

to ; look after ; w. supitu or 

sbj. strive, endeavour; 12. 14, 



I 



>3- >7» 5?- 24, XVI. I 



tiligan 



67. 27 ; ind. prs. 2.s. tilast 23. 
1,31. 15* ; tiolast/^. : 3.^. tilaJ5 
xi. 83; tiolaC 38. 18, 53. 18, 

67- Ji» '35- 4; /'• tiliaff 53. 
22, 54. 6, 133. 14, X. 22, xi. 
79; tioliaff 43. 15; psi. ij. 
tiolode 50. 31 ; //. tiolodon 
139. 14; sbj. prs. tilige 69. 10, 
123. 13, 124. I. 
till, n. point, place ; d. tille xx. 
172, 



I 



tilnng^ f. stTXTin^y jeaining: L 
tilimcga. tiolDn^-* 54. 3; «. 
tilimga 55. 15*. 

tima. rem. time, occasoo : 14 l 
92. II ; a. timan 1 15. 36, 14^ 
JO ; d. pL timmn 131. 5. 

timbrian, trr. Imild; 26. 24, 
26. 27, 27. 6, viL 12. 

tirwiney m. follower, ictaiDer; 
g.pl. tirwina xxv. 21. 

*®i *) /'"'A 1? SP* g' towards: to 
aefennes 33. 3$ ; to Oacs Inel. 
adv. so, 53. 5. 2 wJ. cju* 
foil. €. a) motion, dirtctien. 
towards, to, 9. 19, J03. 16. 
i. 65 &C. ; nutapk. 8. 33 &c h 
in conformity with, 79. 15, 20. 

7, XX- 15. r) bringing iogitkir, 
55. 27, xvii. 13 &C. d Mtmtal 
attitude, towards; andan to 
manum tfinge 79. 24, cf. 10:. 

8, XX. 36, xxvi. 66. e) ohj. ofvc. 
w. hopian 27. 10, 149. i, vh. 
44; belimpan 118. S; sellan 
16. 31 ; sprecan 118. 9 ; cwcSan 
131. 23; w. hieran, obey iv. 
5 ; cHpian 9. 29, i. 83 ; foii 6=. 
28 ; culpian 71. 24 ; biddan 
100. 29. f) change of stati. 

not transl.i u\ for- 
116. 16; forhwicrfan 
116. 21, xxvi. 87; w. gcbctan 
xxi. 24 ; weorOan 49. 33, xi. 
87 &C. ; w. don 23. 4 &c 
and XV. 13; gewyrcan Pr. 10: 
to engliscum spelle gewende 
Pr. 9 ; hi gesceop to gemagnm 
54. 12 ; fordrugod to dnste 
XX. 104 ; gedrinced to dryggum 
vii. 16. g) tu. vhs. of reckoning, 
considering See = as ; to. reccan 
41. 3 &c. ; tellan 53. 23 &c ; 
tcohhian 76. 14 ; to iwxm 
0ingum ncmnan 75. 10. k 
result, as, to ; him maeg to sor]ge 
24. 16 ; to hiora eldrena for- 
wyrde 70. 20, cf. 36. 35. i 
purpose, for, as, 20. 25, xxv. ai 
&c. ; him to ^amene ix. 9, 46 ; 
tol to swelcum crsefte 30. 9; 
w. d. of inf 13. 14, vi. 7 &c; 
destination, to domere geceas 



into, or 
scieppan 




GLOSSARY 



299 



10. 13, ef. xivi. 46. t) ct 

fdiefilD II. 13; wenui 17. 3 
) iO""-', from, 45. 3; HI. aec 
19. IS, 31. 16, 31. 7. 
adJilien, 1 
can 7. 



c 6iEm 



87. 4 ; m. don 75. 16, 

8am, moreover 57. 3a. b) 

phrcues: toworulde, for ever 48. 
ag, li. 17; to Ufe, remainiog, 
left 46 , 16 ; to soSum, tor 
■ truth 11. 19. B) TB. proni. 

forming advs. or cBtiJs. ; alsB ai, 
insl. a) dtgrn, so, lo iSiem 15. 
i, ss- Ji, 67. 7: to Bon 5S. 
31.69. % '.IS. '4; Won ti"o 
sucb s degree that 41. 11,1111.46 
&c.: lo tBm t> 104- 361 fll/ur- 

/UM, to hwiEm, lo what end 16. 
17, 17. 4 ; lanj. le. sbj. in order 
that, Co Sam t la. 36, 51. 11 ; 
to Son t 65. 17,79. I, 137.9- 
li) adv. a) to. meaniH^ ^ (i) ; 
mttion : 33. 39, SC>. iS, lol. 39, 
113. 33, 36, xiii. 67: 7 eac 
marc Co, besides 146. 6. i) excta, 

tobUw&n, rv. blow away ; pp. 

toblawen xi. 106. 
tdbrildui, 10V. trans, extend, 

spread! 43. 35,43.4,30,46.7, 

10, 68. 33 \ Cobredan x. 15 ; ind. 

prs. 2 J, legl tobricdest 16. 39; 

sbj, prs.pl. tobra«Jan 43. l8*. 
tobreoan, sv^. break lo pieces, 

destroy; 99, i ; pp.a.f. tobro- 

ceneg. 3. 
tAbresdaQ, 1^3. tear asunder ; pp. 

a./, lobrogdene 9, 3. 
tAoleoran, svi. cleave asunder; 

ind. prs. ij. toclifsi 93. 35. 
t6aniw&n,rt>.discem,di$tinenisb: 

48. 9, 15, 19, 108. 3J, 133. 

13- 
todfilan, wv. divide; distribalc; 

to tedxienne 93. 34, aS; I'nJ. 

prs. 3J. lodteleS 76. 13; to- 

dsclC 14. 16 ; pi, lodielaS 76. 

18 ; ///. 3.J. lodaeldest 79. 

34; todieIde« n. 58; 3j. 

todselde 99. 16; sij. prs. to- 



dcele 38. 33: pi. loda'leo 74. 

31; //. todsled II limes, 43. 

iG &e.; pi. todiElede 85. iS; 

todxide 90. 31, 9). as; /. to- 

dxlda 43. 38. 
t6diifui, nit. disperse; xxii. 3; 

imp. todrif 8>, II, Ht. 364; pp. 

todrifeo 80. 18, xx- 104. 
t&fldw&n, rv. flow in difleient 

directions; sbj. pst. toflowen, 

tofleowon* 94. 9; //, toflowen 

tAgndere, adv. together ; 37. 30, 
S°-l.SS-'5'"-6'.^8; togSEdre 
11.56,73, 113; logadre54. 18; 
tt^edere 79, 33*. 

toglldut.it'i.tlip away, collapse ; 
vii. 34. 

(obeald, oi^'. leaning, inclined: h. 



■.hope; 33.8, I 



tdhopa, u 



40. 19; o. lol 40. 33. 
Wliogftn, svt,. separate ; pP-pl.f- 

tolegena 43. 38. 
Mmiddea, pr4p. iv. d. in the midst 

of; : *■' 



. dislinguish, separ- 
ate verbally; pp. tonemned 76. 
10 ; //. «. tonemde 76. a. 

topp, m. lower; cliff; d. tone v. 
17; 0.10199.9, '6. 

tdsamne, ii/f. log<:thFr; tosomne 
38. JO, 9J. 34, 96. 14, 99. 34, V. 



I, distinc 



1, differei 



tfiaoidan.rr. distinguish: separate; 

48. 17*; toseeadaii I40. 14: ind. 

prs. 3,1. loscact", toscead 141. 

8 ; //- losceaden 84. a8, 30, v. 

18. 
t6«oaotan, sVi. nnlidpate ; hine 

foran tosciolan uvii, 19- 
UaoriSui, sv\. flow in diflerenl 

directions, disperse; xx. 93. 
Usl&pan, sVi. be loosened, re- 
laxed; 49. 8, 30, 13S. 11, xi. 

80 ; sbj, prs. pi. loslupen 94. 11. 




300 CLO. 

96. iS; M.^./.totlopeoaxjJx. 
89: tosIopcDe 136. 18*. 

tAamtagan, wv. invntigate mi- 
nutely; 148.5. 

tAatenoftn, u«. (liiptrae; deitroy ; 
ind. pst. JJ. toilCDCle 99. 15: 
//. toEteoced 117. 17; //. /. 
lostenctc 136.18, uli. 87. 

Mtwifui, ^i, ruGh asunder; i^'. 
frs. i.pl. toswifen li. 36. 

Uttellui, rav.tepirale, dlMlngniih; 
ind. pit. 2J. tolslda 11. ti ; 
;>^. toleled xvi. Ij. 

tAtaran, iv^. [ear 10 pieces, de- 
stroy ; pp. a. totorenne 9.5;/ 
tolorene 9,3. 

Mweard, 1) adj. ■ppnwchlng , 
■boat (o happen, fulnie; n. 14, 
17 i S-'"'^- toweardon 130, 34, 
134.11; ^.n-i. 17.10, 90. )4. 
IJO. 13, lis.s. 7. >.W- 4. UJ 
14. 2) prep. HI. i(. towards ; 
eo» onet toweKiit ixvil. 8. 

t6weardes. prip. to. d. towards 

Wweorpanijus. disperse, destroy: 
99. 3; ind. prs. 3 J. toweorpe 
2I.6;/J/. 3J. lowearp 99, 15; 
/^. toworpen 133. 31. . 

tdivritan, ml . describe ; ind. pit. 
3.1. tOwrat4i. 17. 

trega. wm. grief, trouble ; n. pi. 
tregaa v. 43. 

trtow, n. tree ; 91. f ; g. treowes 
91- 30i //■*■• treow" .13- aS*. 8; 
6*; trlowa33. ,11*; 1/. treowuir 
57. ji*. 73. )S*. 91. 10, IT. jr 
"'1- 36. 39, 51 ; iriowum 1I1.6 
a. treowa 10. ii*, 73. 3*. 

treow,/ faith, trust, faithfulness 
//, treowa 33. 8, 15. 30-; d. 
treowum 67. 31, i. 65 ; Iriowum 
f,^. 16; a. treowft l.s. 30, li. 
95, jtwii. 18; tiuwa 15. 30*. 

trSowen, adj. wooden ; a. pi. n. 

getrSowIlQe, adv. faithfully, 

loyally; 50, 1. 
tiiewan, vni. «i. d. trust ; iW. 

pri. i.pl. IrewaB lu, 35; fit. 

l-pl. getreowedon betwoh him, 

conspired 70. 13. 



It^tfiowv, uJJ. ^thfu], trtutj; 
g. wh. getreowan 54. 15*; fL 
getreowe Ij. 11, 48. 19*; 
treowe 15. ii*; mk. getiievu 
54. 9; «. getrewe 16, IJ*;/- 
gctrcowra 48. 8 ; a. mi. gebco- 
wan 48. 1 1 ; H. geCrcwe 16. 16. 

imin, adj. &rm, Uraog ; fl. tnnt 



trfiwian, wo. 

nodes. 



to. d. truM, belim 
ind. pit. ^j. Of 

'. eacourage ; gfXtJ- 

miim 1114. 35. 

tiioian, tocill-tical, torment; u%. 
tuddor. 



37; »W./ra.3j//,tiiciaB«i».io. 
oflspriDg, fruit; i. 



tud 



'.3?.: 



. J36- i5."i«-57- 

tunge, iv/l tongue ; d. tungao 30. 

13 : «■ »*. 
tnngol, »• heavenljr body, ttu, 
constellation : 105. 14, ira 
33,35; Inngulucriii.io; tBngl 
Kiiv. 33; a. 139. 5;//. Innglit 
69. i3»., ij6. 3, 3, 6, 135.15; 
tungl ixviii. 6, jj, xiii. 9, 39; 
g. tungla IT. I, n. 173, MT, 

zxviii. it d. tunglum 14. 9, 
105. 11, 139. r6, mIt. 16;* 
tonglu 10. 3, 131. 3, 135. 14, 

IT. 5, nil. 4, 

twAgeii. num. two: 107.11,13!. 
IS, V. 4»;/twa i. 4, i». 190; 
II. 38. 18, lofi. 9, 138.. 15; n 
■77. 17, 85. la; g. tweea 14.34, 
33.3, 106. ri, 107. ij ; tfin 
III pkrasl, oScr twega o58e . . . 
o86e 13. 37 &c. ; twegia 107. 
17*; d. twsm 31. 33, 75.10, 
87. 1, ivu. 3, XX. 187; twim 



6:/.ti 



'7; "5- »5, '4^ 
B, 81. 19 Ac: 
no. 13 1 tn '■' 
tu, diversely gt 



33, 113. 36; 

in two v. 17. 
tTwelf, num. tweWe ; 91. 30. 
twfio. wm. doubt; 37. 37 ftt; 

d. tweon 35. 30 fltc. and a. 1. 



GLOSSARY 



301 



twiogan, wv, w^.; ptrt. and 
impers. doubt ; l6. u (,>'.), 75. 

113.11 (1.): iv.SU'.); twio- 
g»n 98. s (.-.), "S- a6 (/>-)! 
twic^eai] 90, 14 {/.), 97- 30 
(r.) ; ittd. prs. u. twcosl :j. 
a7 ; 3.J. iweoB 9 times imp. 
38, 3 &c. ; onfe /itw. 146. 30* ; 
twioB 96. II ((.); pi. t.j. 
tweode 93. »8j u. iweodest 
93' H- %■'■ tweode 96. 9 ((.); 
sbj. prs. u. twet^ 105. 30; 



i»; 3< 



■ (.0. 



twdoKung,/. doubt 1 ^. tweounge 

144.9. 
' twAoD, n. doubt ; 4. tweonne 

109. 17. 
twAcmimg, y! doubt; a. tweo- 

naaga 10. 13. 
twlfSte, Ji^'. two-footed; pi. n. 

twiofete 147. 6*. 
twlK, n. twig, blanch;//, twiga 

twlnolikn, vni. glimmer, twinkle ; 

97. 18. 
twirfide, adj. irresolate; twio- 

nede 144. 13. 
twlwa, adv. twice ; Inwa 95. 35*. 
^dTkn, urv. bring fonh, en- 
gender j iW./fj.3J. tidfeei3i. 

6; j^'./>ri. Iydre,tydrige*9i.23. 
tf druiig, /. procreation ; d. 

iLdringe 93. 30. 
tfiiX, m. training, habit ; a. to, 

10; d.pl. tyhtam ao. 7. 
tyhMn, w. incite, persuade ; 

Its. J7- 
tyn, tuv. educate, tnun ; tnd. pst. 

I J. getyde 10. J ; getydde 17. 

!»• i 3J. tyde 9. J* ; //. tydon 
■ i- 39- 



9t, 1) adv. at that time, then ; 
thereupon : 7. 5, i. 8 &o. ; Sa 
giet, up till then 43. 8 &c. 2) 
cirn/.then; 7. 33, Tiii. 6 &C. ; ffa 
. . . Ca . . . 8a 7 .14 &c 



VBr, 1) adv. in that place, there ; 
7. 90, vii. 39 &c. 1 Vai OD londe, 
in that conntry 63. iS; com 'Saer 
gnn S. 16 ; in that iniunce ii. 
61 ; liar 111. 11*,- Oer 11. 19*; 
ejltn-w. preps., combintd or sefa- 
ralt, Bir Eefter 145. 7 ; Baibe- 
twyi a8. 16; Cxrin zi. 4; 
Biennid 18, 30, iivi. 70 ; Cierof 
76. 1 1 ; Sxrofer 99. 1 3 : Cnron 
11.11 &c. ani/xiiv. 47; ffserto, 
besides 45. 3 &c.; 6»rwi6 81. 
4,131. 13; Sorymbatan 34.10, 
43. 13; i^icrinne 7. 14. 2) canj. 
a) where, wheieTcr, 14. >4, «i. 
31 &c. ; Szi 6xr g. 5, vii. la 
&C. ; Bai, It the time when 11. 
4, 13. n. *) Ml. ibj. if, if only, 
aboul 14 Ain», II. 13, viii. 39 

Serrihta, mA'. on the spot, imme- 

diately; 45.19. 
wes, oi^. to inch a degree, to; 

75. 4; w. iriun/). the ixviii. 66; 

dies Sy 141. 1 ; Bii tfe, (.wi/ ao 

far as 58. 30, 78. 10, xiviiL 33: 

whereas is. 195. 
«<Bt, 1) (enj. passim, that; Pr. II, 

i.36a:c.i/(<.ic.tejo.ao,iv.fi 

&c. ; BcEt Be i. 30. 2) dtmoiut. 

geVaifa, vim. (w. beon an/ f .} as- 
sent to, CTant ; fq. 39. 13 &c. 1 
pi. geBsfaa 84. ii, 8f. 19. 94. 

fiaflan, iini. consent to, permit : 
en<)ure ; eeBafian 104. 3 ; ind. 
prs. 3.1. SafaB 113. i ; BafieS 
>»3- 3; geflafaa 115. 18, 16, 
13a. 31; //. {reBahaif 37. 16, 
109. i ; sbj. prs. geflalige 37. 
11, 131. 14, 141. a8; geBalie 
141. a;. 

Saftins,/! conient; d. gethfnnga, 
Bafonge* Ii. 7. 

Vano, m. n) thought; i) favour, 
grace: c) accord, conient; </) 
thanks; g. Bonces 98. 8 (A); 
Sines Sancci, of jonr own accord 
17. 34, cf. (Bonces) 11. 6, 16, 
10, jol 30, 37. 15,40.4; d. on 
SonM, utiflactoiy, pleaiant xii. 



i6; a. Buic 17. if ("fl. 143- ' 

(ii); gtKtDc 141. S* (a). 
Vknaiftn, uf. or. ^. tbink ; i'mj). 

Conca 13. 1%. 
V*noolin5d, aJj. tboDghtfnl; pi. 

Soncolmodc lix. 14. 
AancwlsiVe, aJj. acceptable, 

pleuing; lomfi. n. Ouicwfiffie 

S». 4*, 6*. 
Vanon, a/v. tbence; 136. 13*; 

tFanaa xvii. 18 ; Sonan /;. 

11. 13, i Sj &c.: tSoaoa laj. 

thuionveard, i7<^'. about 10 

depart; Oonanweard 103. 7. 
flawenlau, wv, tDoiucD; pf. 

V«, 1) ihAc/. r^/. ^nfH. which, 
who; gentrallj nam, or a. 
Pr. 7, MPi. 10 4c. i f. 8e he 
fall ii 84. 14; Be ic, me who 
ti. ly, ffehim, to whom xiii. 51 ; 
te after Sat, Jq. \ v. *«t ; but 
Ce 148. 1 1, i. JO. 3) afltreomf. 
than; 37. a 1,1. 39 4c.; n-Sy. 
3) alttrtiaiivts : Se . . . 8e, 
whether ... or In. 19 &c. ; 
6e hi ne, nor did Ihey viii. 54. 

VSah, 1) <"''''■ yet, nevertheless ; 
Pt, 8, 1. 16 &C. ; gen. fall, feah 
vl\ n- 3, »■ '" *<:■ 2) ffl«/ 
til. ibj. though ; 7. 6, vii. 35 &c. ; 



37. 



1 &c.; 



fleah, whether 64. 9 ; ge tteah 
Ad ma wllle, and more if you 
like 44. 17. 
geVeofat, n. thoDi;ht, couiucl ; 
plan; 8o. II; 1/. geSeahle II. 

7. '3- n- 3", 79- '?. 81. J3, 
ij8. 30, 144. J3, IX. 39, 87, 

geBeahtere, m. councillor, sena- 
tor^ pi. geCcabli^ras ». 14. 

fisarf,/. Deed, neceEsity ; about 11 
rtoiw, 9. 17, iii. 11 4c.i d. 
Searfe 18. Hi; a. 18. 17, H3. 

8, 13. 13J. II, 149. 7. 

Vearf, jzw. vi. g. or taf. require, 
need; u. 70, a8 ; Ccarfe 96. 
15; i.j. Searft 13. 3] &c. an/ 
ixix. 39; 3.J-, Oearf j6. 11, viL 
6 Sec; pi. tmioB 31. 11 &C. ; 



Sni&n lis. 15 ; flnrfe we ;f. 

14*; fsl. a.i. Borftet 33. 11; 

3J. Sorfte 75. 33, 97, 1, xt.y. 

tij. prs. Byrfc 31. 16 tc ; Itafc 

in B, /*. &c ; //. Hyrfai 6ft *, 

133. 18 ; pn. Sorfte 33. 8 to. 
(barfa, onn. person in need, pan 

man ; g. Searikn vii. 1 7. 
Soarfllaa, aiA>. profitably, witk 

good effect ; i. 60. 
Vesrl, adj. severe ; f. i. 77. 
CiBTle, adv. excesaively; I Si, 

II. 4S. xiviiL 34, 55. 
otaw, fK. custom, habit; ill. 11 

&c. ; /. tteawca 61. iS; /. 

SeBwe 61. 10; a. Seaw 61. J; 

//. qualities, character, nrtso, 

15. 154c; j-.Seawa 17. 13.1!; 

d. Seawnm 9. 34 4c.; Beownn 

iS, 4 &c. : a. Oeawas 15. 9 &c 

SeiiaAD, viv. cover; j^'. pn. fi. 

Seccen i. 43. 
Vageo, m. servant ; follower; 

courtier ; (»« Mttr.') man ; iS. 

3, uii. 44 ; Segn 16. » ; f. 

Begenei 8. I3 ; eegoci a. wo; 

a. OegD i. 6^; pi. S^nat jo. 

26, 116. II, i. 30, XX. 71; ;. 

Ccgena ix. 57 ; Kegaa. 66. i«. 
'^ ' ■" tc.;/ 



flegnuni 66. 
■.. 77. 



Vesnlui, n/o. w.d. aerve; Seoiia 
141. 6; ind. frs. 3.1. Scud 
xxix. 76 ; pi. BegniaO xit. ii; 

VegniuiB, f. service* ; FunctioD ; 

d. Benunga 18. 4* ; a. ft^;nuiiE< 

144. 1, 3 ; //. g. SegDonga m. 

34, 3»; CcQunga iii. ii», 14'; 

d. ftegnnngum " ~ 

gum 16. J3* ; 

46. 
Senoan, ^irv. think ; think of; ■■ 

infiH. determine, design ; ji. 

16. 53- "i »3- L^' MT- 9 

Bencean l 60 ; to Benccone it- 

19; ind.pn. i.j. Benoe II. iS; 

3J. SenceO; w. iajin. I03. 10: 

BencB 93. ji, 1% 1J3. J, n. 

37 i thinks out, pUu 118. %1 ; 




pt. 1.1. SohK roa. lo; pi. 
tFobton i. T I ; sij. fit. Vohle 83. 
10, I. 4; pp. geSobi ij8. 13, 

145' "4- 
gntenoon, vm. thiolc of, imagine ; 

rememlHSr; design, contrive ; /j. 
36. 5 &c. and xiii. 17 ; geSen- 
cxaa V. t 1 10 geflencidne ^6. I, 
84. 31; lo geSencenne 5», 1; 
I'ni/. /jA t-s. tjettobtest 79, 16, 
J9, xt 40 ; iVu/. gedenc a?. 18 
&c. ; //. geCcncaS 41, 11 &0. 

VODdsD. eonj. while, aa long as ; 
i. 38, 48, ji. 72, uii. 39. 

««od,/ nation, race; i. j8 ; ^. 
Beode 43. 1 ; d. 43. 31; Sioite 
99. 9, 101. 33; pi. Ceoda +1. 
13; Sioda 46. I!. 115. 15; i". 
Ceoda 41. 34, 43. ai, ix. 105, 
356, 374; xxvi. 43; Cioda 65. 
33 . 33,xx.i76, x.vi. 7, 55; 
4. Slodam 43. 7, Ji3. 33; a. 
Ceoda 46. 10, iiv, 14; diolecbi, 
43. 38 H.; Bioda 115. 15. 

grfldode, n. dialect; a. 63. 17; 
^. //. geCioda 99. 17. 

Vioden, m. lorn, king; Sioden 
XL 80 ; g. Seodnes xi. 11 ; 
d. Beodne xxii, 97. 

ViodfruiDa, vita, piince, lord ; d. 
Siodrraman xiix. 93. 

UdodiHO, n. language ; a. 46. 13 ; 



Sfcdland, 



cotinlry ; a. Seod- 



V6of, m. thief; //. 9eorai 33. 15. 
tAohcoIu, f. band of thicvn ; a. 

SiofKole 33. 10. 
S6on, nil ,3- thrive, flonrish ; pst. 

pi. geffungon i, 7 ; sbj. prs. 

8eo 46. 13 ; 5io x. 38 ; /«. p. 



VdoateroaH, 



arknesi ; Bes- 



VSoatriui, tat. darken ; iW. prs. 

3J.flioslraB lai. 16. 
Wotan, nij. howl ; Sioton xxvi. 

io;itid.pst. 3.//. 6uionii6. 19. 
VAow, 1) sbil. m. aervaal, slave ; 

Pl. Beowas 17. 19, 18. .l, xl. 11 ; 

d. Ceownm 18. 4, 6, 11 ; //■ 

Seowat 73. I, xi. 11. 2) adj. 



■SARY 303 

I enslaved, not free j //. Clowe 

' 141. 4, 6; /. Seowe 144. I ; 

I a. It. Beown 143. 31. 

j VAowdoni, IW. servitude ; g. Beow- 

I domes ixix. 40; d. Seowdome 

I II. 34. 
Siowian, mv. 111. d. serve ; ind. 

I prs. 3.J. 'BiowttS imx. 76 ; //. 

I SeOwiaB 48. 35, 36 ; SiowiaB 

I 136. 8, 33; pst. pL SiowedoQ 

I 136- ZiMbj. prs.pl. Beowian 136. 

I 39* ; Biowien iiii. 9] ; fst. pl. 
Slowodeo xxix. 97. 
Versoold, m. (hiesbold ; a. Ceot- 

I BCwold49. 33*; Byiscwoldxi.68. 
fea, dtmenst. a4j- this; 35. 36, ii. 

' 5 &c. ; /. Bios in C, 1 3. 4, ii. 4 
aic; Beoa viii. 33, 43, x. 8; 
Seos in B, 48. 6 &c ; n. Bis 9. 
13, i6- 15. »'■ 97 *c- ; g- 1"**^ 
'■« C, 37. 31, ix. 39 &c.i Bysses 
60, 17 ; Cisea in B, 37. 5 &c. ; 
/ Cisse iiL 7 &c, ; d. Biisum iii. 
8, 1. 70; Cisum43. 3i*,89. 17*, 
99. o; f. Sisse Pi. 1, liv. 10 
&c. ; a. Bisne 90. 3, x. 40 &c ; 
Bjsne 49. 33*, II. 9 ; y! Cas Pr. 
8, viii. 41 &c. ; «. Bii 68. 9, ii. 
1 1 &C. ; inst. Bys about 7 timis 
inC, 31. i7&c.aR</ixi.38;Sis 
aiiml 8 limts, 35. 35 &c. and 
lix. 35 ; Bis 135. 4; //. Bas ii. 
10 ace. ; Sues 30. 3», 48. 10. 73. 
10, 86. 3£ : g. Bissa 14. 34, v. 
41 &c. ; Qyssa viL 53 ; d. Sissum 
8. 19, 66. 4, xxi. 17; Sisnm 19. 
a, 40. J 8 «.', 74. 8«, 88. 38, 
116. 17*, II. 3-i5 ; Bysum iivi. 
98; Seossum MPr. 4; Sisun 
40. iS; Cys mxnim steoirnm 

?ei^xi! »3. 

Bicoe, adj. denie, thick ; 99. 13 

(Bickc B); vik. Bicca v. 6 ; a. 

Bicne 100. 6; mi. Ciccan xx. 

364; cem^. /. Biccie So. 30 i Cicie 

XX. 1J4. 
Slogan, ifi;. take; partake of; 

ind. prs. I .pt. SiggaB 93. 3 ; fst. 

3J. geSah i. 53. 
Vlder, adv. thither; 51. 7, t. 60 

&c. ; rtL wbilber 140. a Cider 



tfider loS. 4; (Hder . . . tHder 
Vld«rw«*rd, ade. in that diiec- 



VlderwewdoH, adv. in ihat dirtc- 



tldrn, adv. thilher 






00.6. 



\ hidro 



Vtedftn, iw, j 

6iod«n 53. »0 ; ind. prt. s,j. 

griTict 47. il, 24*; jt/. Beodafl 

gcBcodaS* 39. 13; geBiodatiaj, 

14 ; gcSeodaS 48, a*. 
Vteatre, 1) adj. datk, gloomy; 

Cjr&tre 11. 166 ; d. fKostnim 1 1 1. 

15; d. pi. 19. 3. 2) ibtl. H. 

daikness; //. tfeoiiro 14. 17*; 

(TioMio jJi. 17, V. II : f.Biosira 

105. )5*; d. Seostruro 17. 14; 

tHostrum 97. 161 116. 14*, tji. 
xviii. 43 ! a. Ciostro 



103. I 



111. 7, IV 



1L6, 



=ov. 56; Sistiog. 13* i Seostro 

Slestxo. /. darkness; Siostro xxi. 
41; g. 103. II ; d. 51.6. 

Kn, fioss. adj. Ihy, your; 31. 5, 
XI. 37 &c. : aolts on forms: se 
Bin 17. 13;/. Bin 14. 31, u. 31 
&c. ; ri. Cm 8in 80. 1 1 ; ^. sees 
geSenlite Bines, of Ihee Rlone xx. 
40 ; iiiit. Sine n. 69, 113;//, 
^ Bin aflTia 13. tl ; n. Sine lil. 
S ; g. Ban Sirra 14. 19, 50. ii ; 
^. BinuDi Infam. love of ihce 11, 
Jl ( fl. / Bina ai. 36, 17 ; ISine 
79. li*;/(inas mid uses olktr- 

ItliiS, n. thing; t'x .Aftfr. xx. 37 
&c; Since '°4- S> "i"- S: Sine 
xxviii. 74 ; ^■. Cinges 53. 1 J, i. 33 
Sec.; Bincea 75, 31; <lincges xi. 
18 ; d. Singe 79, 14 &c. ; a. 
"ing >S- 37, jodv. 7 ; //. Sing 
16. I], 19. 18, 30. 3*, xit. 30; 
Biiicg77. 17.87.18, ij8. i5:f. 
Binga 39. 1, v. 37 &c.; if. Bin- 
gnm 31. 8 &c.; fortwISe lytluni 
Singnm, reasons 14. 11, </. 59. 
j8 &C.T for Bstm Bingum Be, 
because 99. 11; for Binnm 



Singnm, for yonr lake 16. 9|, 
cf. 17. 5,6; ii.8iDEKi.4S,)i4, 
176: Bincg III. 18, 30. 

VincBFe, m. advocate ; 0.113.16; 
//. (Tmgetaa 113, 7, 

Vingimn, viv. 10. ol inteicedc, 
advocate ; tW. ^i. 3.^. Cin^il 
113. 8, 9 ; fit. ^i. tTuigode tij, 

Itlii,/. waggon-shaft or pole ; fl. 

vienei Bisla ii6. 3, xxriii. 10. 
tlooerian, jev. run ; lij. frs. r)lx. 
I Bocrige him 105. i. 
I gtAoht, iR, thoaght ; d. gcBobtt 

8. 15 ; a. geSoht 141. 8. 
I ttollan, nro. trans, aitd imtr.waScr, 

endure, have patieace: i. JJ; 

geSolian 16. aa, 18. 36, 13. 11. 

70. 4, 1 17. 30 ; to Bolianae :33- 

10; ind. fill. 3.J. Solade 111. 

30- 
fion, insl. of se ; med fq. as ait. 

VI. romps.; 17. i, vii. ao&c; Boa 

ma Se, (not) any more than 37. 

JO &c. : {usttalty Be in B). 
VonSoan, tonj. whenever; w.sij. 

44. 7 ; Sonecan Be 58. 1; v. 

Vonne, (usuaJfy Boa in B ; Bonn 
15.14,34. 15); Dadv.a) limt, 
then, ij. 11. xiii. 78 Sec fi 
stqutHce, next, 14. 4, xx*. 14 
&c. inferenre, thra, there- 
fore, 18. 30 &c. ; fq. lorrtl. ». 
preceding gif 10. 15, iv. f 1 &e. 
IB. Beah 68. 14. 21 (onj. tint, 
when, 9.1 1, ii. T &c.ifq.doiiHid, 
14.11, 10. J7,vi. 9&C. &)afltr 
comp. Ihan; 15. 1, i. 41 Sec iff. 
foil, by shf. II . 9, X. 13 &c. 

tlorn, m. thorny plant; a. fi. 

CrSd, m. Ihiead; d. Srade 6j. 
30- 

tSrSeao, wv. mn; ind. prs. jj, 
BrKge-f xxviii. 14 n. 

1ir*g,/ a) space of time, inteml; 
«)altack,fit ; 1 1 1. 13(^); a. Sragc 
for a lime i. j8, xx. 134, 104, 
xxvi. 103 ; evil time i. 77. 

ItFagmfilam, adv. at interrali; 

»Bi.JO,,ITUl. 55. 



tt4«ll, nm . threatcD ; oppress. 

afflict; Sreagao 133, 35; ind. 

firs. 3,j. SresS (iw. d.) 10. ig* ; 

Breat 10. i8*; sbj. prs. ficcage 

V. 37. 
Hrfet, m. ciowd, throng ; d. Sreate 

i. 3- 
ffrtetian, urge on : threaten ; op- 
press; (FraicigaD 118, i-j: ind. 

prs. 3.J-. CreataC 138. a; pt. 

8realia« lit. 17, iiv. 13; sbj. 

ft!, ffiealiee 137.9. 
firfiatunB,^ leproof; threat; d, 

Hreatniige 137. 13". 
Vrfiainms, y. reproof; threat; d. 

tfrennge 137. 13; a. ffreannga 

16, a I*. 
Vr6o, num. three: ». 33. 9, 147. 

j6: Srio 75, jo, 77. 17; masc. 

Cre \o. Ji*; g. Oreora 73. 13; 

Viiota 7c;, 19; d. Stlm 40. 30 

&c; a.f. Crio 117. 19; h. 8teo 

3J. 4*. 75. 17*, 25"; Brio 81. 

fridds, num. adj. third ; /. Bridile 

SO. 6 &c. and xz. 1S7; n. iiS. 

'Si >4t'. 3> U' 'ill ^- Sriddan 

«■ 7 &=■ 
ffrireald, m^li threefold;/. 8reo- 

feald gi. 16*; n. Criefald xx. 

183; a. /. Sriefalde II. 176; a, 

//. wk. oKeCeaUliui 8i. 14. 
ItrirSBre, adj. with three bunks of 

oari; OriereSre nvi. 37; n. 

Kreteffre ns^ ='■ 
CrloBaD, j»3. inlrans. press on, 

hnny; 35. 33: ir^- p". Z-s. 

SringO 9. 13, Hi. 7; ^. 6ringa5 

ixv. ig; trans. geCrungon, 

crowded inlo, oppressed i, 3. 
Sritlg, num. thirtjr; 136. 9,ixviii. 

"5- i9' 
Srote, wf. throat ; a. Crotan 51. 3. 
Vrowian. vn/. endure, suffer: to 

Browianne 133. 15; ind. prs. ij. 

Srowast ]i. 31 ; ^J. SiowaB 70. 

13, 104. 33: /If. 3 J. geBrowode, 

was passive So. 4. 
gtfiruen, t>. Vwsran. 
siyoo&n, luf ■ trample ; ind. prs. 

S.pl.VrjcaS 10. jo; CriccaS W. 



Stthuh, m. grandeur, magnifi- 
cence, pomp; g. Brymmes xiv. 
33; rf.Brymme III, 17, iiv. il, 
'3- 

tIrTmarnins, m. glorions king; 
n- 105. 

{!&, pers. pron. thou, jon; 8. 18, 
iv. 1 &c; f. Bin 13. 14 &c.; ■/. 
Be 9- 17. V. 37*1^: "-S- '9. T. 
36 Ac. 

Stmor, m. thonder, thunderbolt; 
a.pi, Bunras 99. a. 

ttonriBii, wTi, Umnder; ind. prs. ■ 
i.t. flunmS ia6. 18, iiviii, 55. 

Burh, (Bu^ 5 limts in C, <)7 5 
&c.) /fij*. taji. a) moliim, 
penelralim, thioagh, 93. 3 &c. 
i) mtlopk. by means of, Chrongh, 

SurharSopaii, soi. creep through ; 
ind. prs. 3./. BurgcrypC 93. 5. 

Surhfaran, jv6. pass through, 
peoetrale ; ind. prs. 3 j. Surb- 
fasrB a8. 15. 

Voihadon, sv^. vat through ; 
BnchsioQ 71. 31, 73. 3, 4: tnd. 
prs. 3.1. SurhsyhB xix. 16. 

VurhtSon, svi. carry out, accom- 
plish ; Burhiion xxv. .S9 : Barg- 
tion 117. 13, 18; ind. prs. 3J. 
SurhteoS 141, 18* i//. BurgtioiS 
117. ao : pst. 3.J, SurhteaE 70. 
13; i*//7T.Burhtio88.i7; pst. 
«urhluge 144. 5. 

tlttrbwanian, wv. contiiiue, per- 

ind. prt. 3.1. Suihwunast 79. 16: 

//. BurhmnniaB 33. 39, 51. 36; 

pst. 3.J. Buthwunode 7. 7, 65. 

10; i^'./n. Surhwunige44. a6: 

/rj. p. enduring, abiding; g. 

Ourhwanigetides64. 31 ; j.Bnrh- 

wnnigendne 78. II ; //. Curh- 

wnniende 33. 11. 
ItuTSt, m. thirst ; 19. 6, vii. 17. 
Bumlg, adj. thirsty; / Burstegu 

ifi. 30. 
Kua, adv. thus, so : rtftrs to vikai 

pncidis or fottfois, a6. 13, 39. 

lA, i. 84 &c. 
Ituaend, n./. Ihoasand; 44. 15, I7i 

19; 60, 39, liT. 5. 




3o6 



tSwfinaii, wv. moisten ; ind. pst, 

3. J. geffwaende 80. 18. 
getSwSre, adj, imited, reconciled, 

harmonious ; 63. 7 ; geOwxre on 

him selfum, at peace 134. 3a; 

//. xxix. 37 ; /. geCwaera 49. 13 ; 

d. geffwsemm 81. 14. 
ge!5wSrian, wv, reconcile ; ind. 

prs. 3. J. geCwaeraC 131. 4, 136. 

II, xxix. 47. 
gelSwfirlioe, adv, in agreement, 

harmoniously; 136. 7. 
Vweorh, adj. adverse, contrary ; 

g, Sweores 144. 31. 
Vweorian, wv. be opposed ; //). 

geSweorod xx. 72. 
VwSortieme, adj. contentious, 

quarrelsome; Oweorteme 114. 

Vweran, sv\. forge together, weld ; 

//. geSruen xx. 134 n. 
t5y, 1) adv. a) therefore; 2a. a6 

&c. ; Cy . . . fJy 3a. 20 &c. 

b) w. comp. ; often w. a = the ; 

9. 27, i. 76 &c. ; Si in B, 52. 

9 &c. ; fq. Ce in B and C, 63. 

3, 104. 30, ix. 32 &c. 2) <onj. 

because : 32. ai &c. 
tJyf, V. pyff. 
tSylns, conj. w. sbj. lest, in order 

that . . . not ; 39. 26, MPr. 6 

&c.; "Si Lts 147. 10*; Ce Ijcs 

134. 18. 
gel5yld, /. patience ; 87. *j ', g. 

getJylde 133. 26 (?) ; d. 120. 3. 
gelSyldelioe, adv. patiently ; 25. 4, 

45. II, loi. 16, 133. 3, 26. 
gelSyldig, adj. patient ; 45. 17 ? 

//. d. geftyldegum 35. la; a. 

geOyldige 62. 28. 
Uyllio, /r(?/i. adj. such ; f. Cillecu 

20. 18; ?iellecu 20. 18; g. 

Cyllices 126. 16*; d. Cyllecum 

39. 24; a. n. idyllic 118. 35; 

Cillic 10. 28; //. d. iKyllecum 

39. 25* : ?JiIlicum 54. 31 ; a. f. 

■JSyllica 99. 4. 
tSyncan, wv. w. d. seem, seem 

good; JSincan 36. i, 50. 22, 75. 

25, 118. 19, X. 8; ind. prs. 3. J. 

ftynccff xii. 8, xxv. 35, xxviii, 

82; Syncff 60. I, 107. 2, 124. 



aa, zzviii. 38 ; tSinoefS nix. 4a; 
OincO usual farm aa. ai, xiL 
x8 &c.; //. Vyncaff 16. II^ 

33. 13; 9inca9 31. la, lai. 5, 
xiii. 44 ; pst. Suhte 34. 38 Ac 
and viii. 7 ; sbj, prs. Oynce 25. 
8, 47. 17*. 117. 37, 137. s; 
0ince aa 39, x. 10 &c.; ji 
"Syncen 137. 38 ; pst. Snhte 48. 
13, xii. 15. 

tSynne, cuij, thin; comp. fijon 

V. 6. 
1$yiinian,t&c;. make thin, dissipate; 

geGinnian 14. 7. 
t^rel, n. hole, aperture ; a. 93. 5. 
tSyrstan, wo. impers. w. a. it 

thirsty; sbj, prs, 3^. tJyrste 

60. TI. 

IT. 

ufan, adv. from above, downwards; 

80. 33, xxiv. II, 17, 34; ufanc 

XX. 141. 
ufor, comp. adv, higher; 57. 26, 

94. 25, 105. 13; sup. yfem^t 

146. 37. 
ultor, m. Milture; 103. 33. 
un&berendlic, adj. intolerable ; 

M. 33. 5 ; a. n. wk. unaberendlice 

133- 4. 
unabindendlic, adj. indissoluble; 

d. pi. unabindendlicum 38. 31, 

96.17*; unanbindendlicum 57. 

6*, 81. 6*, 96. 17. 

uneetfale, adj. not noble, mean; 

34. 6, 69. 33, xvii. 38; tf- 
unaeSelne 69. 36, xvii. 17. 

unaelSeliaii, wv. degrade, debase ; 

ind. prs, 3.J. anaef^elaS xvii. 2" 

(J) ; //. an%6elad 69. 32*. 
unandergildes, v, unonder- 

gielde. 
un&Tehtjguasipicp, not explained; 

77. 16* i^unreht J), 
unarimed, adj, countless; un- 

arimedum 89. 30 ; //. 7. la 
unasecgendlio, adj. ineffable; </. 

unasecgendlicnm 138. 35; una- 

secgendlicne 37. 7. 
unfiSrotenlice, a<y^. nnweariedly; 

74. 5. 136. 7- 



IftwaiidAdUo, adj. 
■ble; 79. l6«. 
~i4watidaiide, adj. unchange- 
able; 0. Dnairendelulne xi. 13. 
kfewsudandllo, adj. nacbonge- 

biti ™.. «; / 119. »'i 

nawendenlic loi. 5*; luiaii- 
vtendendlic 96. 91, 10T. j, uc. 
17; n. unaiveadendUciie 48. 

un&nrendendllae, adv. ODchnngc- 
nbly, incvitalily; [44.i4*,ls*, 
iG> ; DnBDvendendlice i^. C 1 
imiHiwcndcndlice 17. g*. 

onftiveDiUia, adj. unchongeible ; 
/. unandwendlic lig. 8. 

unbeorhte, ai/i>. ; comp. nnbeorh- 
lor, less brightly 86. 7; nnbyrhlor 



aiisebrid«, adj. 1 



lucM. /oji. 111^'. of o! two ; 1/. 

nncrum xjg. tS; n.//. n. uncru 

99. 13. 
iuii)lSn«, o^'. oncleaa ; g. vdi. 

nnclxnan I J. 15. 
aaa&S > adj. unknown , not cettain ; 

n. iv. 39; g. imcafira 87, 33, 

too. 30; d.f. uncnSre ii. 9; a. 

OlicuSne xiii. 58 ; f. ancuiyc loo. 

9 ; //. n. nncniS icui. 6. 
tmcwsV^nde^ adj. without speech, 

dnmb; //, vik. oncweBendan 

oiiKeorDda, adj. not nntontl, 
»!ien; a.f. 91. 11 (unqjnde B). 

miBSOjndsIla, adj. nnnalniBl ; 
». 70, J3». 93. 11; ernn/. «. 
angecyndlicre 14]. 6*. 

UQcynllo, adj. uniuilable, impro- 
per: cemp. n. uneynlicre 141. 6. 

Imdfilad. adj. undiFidnli n. 93. 
3»" ; // nndaJde 90. jo*, 

ungaduenlloe, adv. antittingly, 
immod«mtcl;i 43. 19. 

andSKdllo, adj. immotlal ; //. /. 
undeRdlica, undcaljlice* 16. II. 

andeT, tj /tn^. Vjv.d. a)plac€; 



under. 10. iO, i. 764c. t\ sui- 
jeclion, under the sutbority of, 
under, 7. 16, 34. 36, 104. 11, 

"S 'J. "S- 1.14'- 7! 
(in petition) tg. j. '4 
a) melicn, under, 114. 

ii] suhjtflien. uodei, 31, 11. li) 

adv. undcmrath, below, hit. 33. 
tuderbcOiiiii'i'. backwards, back; 

103.7.8, 13. 
tmderetan, jfj. uodennine, mt- 

taph.\ pp. nndeteten 27. 1. 
nnderfon, m. receive ; nnderfeon 

36.30; iW./rJ. 3.1. underfehB 

33. 19.6). J, 136. 18; pit. I.J. 

undetfcng 17. 13.10. G; lij.prs. 

undcrfcngc J6. 9. 37. 30; pp. 

uaderfangen Pr. 8. 
underlutnn, nii. uoop under, 

submit to ; i. ao ; /*;. prs. 

46. 8*. 
□nderstuidui, md. DnderHand i 

fO. 39, r3T. IB: iiul. pri. ij. 

uiidersttnst 37. i8» ; 3.J. under- 

slcnl 13T. iG ; pp. onderslandcn 

N6. Jl. 
nnderatsSolfiBat, i>. imitASol- 

fnat. 
underdiedan. w. sabjetl ; tad. 

fin. pi. nndetOeodnfi 33, 11 ; 

andcrHiodaS in. 8*, 141. j; 

pit. 3,1, underSeodde 113. 9* ; 

nndtrCiodde locv. 66 ; iij. pru 

ondcifliede, andeifleode" 71. j ; 

/I/. //. underOlodden 147. lo; 

pp. underSicded liv. 8, ivii. 33; 

undcrOyded xv). 4 ; nnderOeoded 

60. 30*169. JO*; undeiined 119. 

10, 11, 13, 14 ; anderSeod 19. 

»6*. 67. 38* ; pt. undetticodde 

48. 4* ; f. und^iodde 100. 33. 
niibJ)«, adv. with difficulty; 7 

times, II. 30 &c, ; lutgeaSe 97. 

ongeendod, adj. unending ; 

lek. nngeeDdodsn 44. 13 ; 
H, vik. ungeendude 44. 18. 
tmEeeCdodllo. a,ij. endless, e 
nal ; a. n. vih. ungeendodlice 4. 

UDfteger, adj. ugly ; 145. 14. 



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GLOSSARY 



unlftglio, oiij. not fatal, not serious ; 
a. ft. 107. 29* (ungefseglic C). 

unfnat, adj, not firm, unstable; 
n. 25. 30. 

unfaBStrfidnes, /. instability, in- 
constancy ; a. unfaestrsednesse 

unsefSre, adj. impassable ; d,pl, 

ungeferum, ungefsnim'^ 42. 30. 
un&aoo(8lice, adv. virtuously; 40. 

1 1 (unfracodlice B). 
ungefrnglioe, adv. extraordinari- 
ly; 61. 17, loi. 24, III. 19. 
ungef^lled, adj. insatiable ; a. /. 

wk. ungefylledan 17. 29. 
unglffid, adj. cheerless, unpleasant; 

/. ungladu 14. 14. 
ungleawnes, /. obtuseness, stu- 
pidity; 132. 29. 
unhal, adj, unsound, diseased ; 

//. M.imhale 24. 12* '^d. unhalum 

132. 8 ; a. n. unhale 121. 9. 
unhered, adj. not praised ; 68. 

24 (unherod B). 
unhiere, adj. fierce, cruel ; a. n. 

unhiore xxix. 64. 
unhrop, adj. without motion ; d. 

pi. unhrorum 146. 26* n. 
unhwearflende, adj. unchanging ; 

g. unhwearficndes 20. 29. 
unhytJig, adj. unhappy ; unhydig, 

unhiCy* 59. 5, 
unie'Snes, /. difficulty, trouble; a. 

uneiSnesse 62. 3. 
unlelred, adj. unt&ught, ignorant; 

a. unlceredne 17. 11, 20. 6; «n- 

geloeredne 17. 11*; g. pi. un- 

laLTcdra xxviii. i. 
unland, n. waste or barren land ; 

g. unlondes 42. 16*. 
ungelic, adj. unlike, different ; 

135- 5 ; "• 92. 32, XX. 33; g. 

ungelices 147. 3 ; a. f. {or 

adv, T, ungelicc 106. 26 ; n. 

ungelic loi. 15, 118. 14; pi. 

ungelice 43. 22 «. ;/. xxxi. 3 ; 

a. f. 52. 19, 79. 32, XX. 55; n. 

xxxi. 4. 
ungelioe, adv. differently; 147. 4. 
ungeliefedlic, adj. incredible ; 

comp. ft. ungelefedlicre, ungele- 

fendlicre* 118. 19. 



ungelixnp, n, misfoitiiiie ; & 125. 

oninSre, ad/, not £unoQS» obscure; 

68. 25. 
oninfirlio, adf, ignoble; / 75. 

unmftte, adj, excesuYe ; d, ai 
unmsetan iii. 2511. 

unmedome, ad/, imperfect, un- 
worthy ; n. wk, unmedeme %i. 
22^^; d, wk. unmedeman '61. 
28*. 

ungemenged, itdj. unmixed ; /. 
100. 31. 

unmennisolic, adj. contraiy to 
human nature, unnatural ; j, m- 
mennisclicn 70. 26. 

ungemet, 1) sbsi. it. excess; d, 
ungemete xxv. 38, xxvi. 62 ; a. 
ungemet 138. 31. 2) adv. ex- 
cessively xi. 59 ; unigmet viL 33, 
X. 9. 

ungemetfsBst, adj, immoderate, 
intemperate ; a. ungemetfsesme 
61. 23 ; //. ungemetfseste ja 6. 

ungemetfaBstnes, /. intemper- 
ance, incontinence ; T09. 9. 

ungemetgiemenn, f. excessive 
care ; ungemetgemen vii. 28. 

ungemetlio, adj, excessive ; enor- 
mous ; 26. 31 ; ^. ungemetlices 
27. 4, 41. 13; f, ungemctliac 
71. 30 ; ^. ungemetlicum 81. 9 ; 
wk, ungemetlican 95. 30, iii. 
19, 26 ; inst, ungemetlice 89. 
29 ; d. pi, ungemetlicum 13. 

27- 
ungemetlioe, adv, excessivelj, 

immoderately ; about 17 timts^ 

12. 24 &C. 
unmiht«yi feebleness; a. unmeahte 

66. 17 ; //. unmihta*, unmeabta 

no. 5. 
unmihtig, €idj. weak ; unmehtig 

109. 15; pi, unmihtige 66. 16*; 

unmehtige 108. 3, xxiv. 62 ; a. 

unmihtige 105. 27* ; comp, pi. 

unmihtegran 108. 5. 
ungemyndig, adj, w, g, unmind* 

ful ; 95. 20, xxu. 55. 
immyndlinga, adv, undesignedly; 

125. 34 ; umnendlinga xxv. 30. 



GLOSSARY 



309 



imniedJK. adj. uncompcUed ; //. 

unnedige 133. i. 
unnytlioe, aiM in tbId ; nt. 31. 
luiDftt, I) adj. useless, vain ; 






'7- 



7p.«.unnyt!rc7J. id*. 
I. frivolity, folly; unnet 
"■ 95- 5'. ^ *'i "''■ 



unofenwiSedlia, oi^'. iiivlncible ; 

//. unoferawifiedlice I33. 3a, 
QUBBritd, ai/j. discorduit ; //. an- 

gerade 134, iR ; d. ungciadnm 
fwordutn, nnskilfol. nnsviilnblc 

8-7. 

UeriedeUoe, adv. irrcgnlailf, 
BDiCably ; suf, lingered elicost 

130. 14- 

BereoUoB, adv. in a diEOrderly 

oanner; intempCTately ; 94. 10, 

:09. 30. 

rllit. 1) adj. wrong, Dnjnst ; 
Vt. norihtB xviii, i ; /, noriht 
i»3.a; «. 111. j:, 133.8, xivii. 
; g. unryhte* 41. 13*; d.f. 
. l: a. /. nnrihle 
nnriht 9. 2-,. ai 
tut. H, wiTiDg, injustice; 131. 
(4: 1/. unrilite 36. 30; a-nnriht 
III). 30|ii.54; d./f.aanhtum, 
cts of injnEtice, misdeeds 39. 36. 
ihtffioung, /. wicked hatred ; 
,/l. onrihtlioniigDm xxvii. i. 
iblBitnmK, /. covcloasness ; 
, nnrilUgiUnaga 19. 33. 
ibthfiimed, n. fornication, 
Jnltery; ix. 6; g. unrihihar- 
ledes 71. s; d. unrihibxmede 
,1. 7, iviU. 10 : a. /I. nn- 
"tyhlhsEmedn 39. 17*. 
nnrilitlio, aJj. wrong, nnjnst; g. 

nnrih dices IS. 13. 
nnrihtlloe, adv. wrongly, wrong- 
folly: 43-"S. 6S-»8, I10.-31. 
nnrihtlust, hi. wrongfnl desire; 

i/. //, unrihllnitDin 19. ao. 
unrihtwif, adj, niijuit, wicked; 



vii. unrihtwisa 36. 15 &c. and 
XT. I ; g, unrihtwisci ix. S; wi. 
nnrihtwisan 6a. 7 ; d. tvi. 7. 18 ; 
nnrihlwisan 39. 39; //. nnrlllt- 
wise 30. 6, iv. 43, iiv. 58 ; jet. 
nmybtwisan 9, 36* Sic; g. un- 
rihtwisra 1 : . 3 : ; 1/. unriblwisnin 

niv. 58; ink. unrihtwisaQ 105. 

j6. 
uiiriht wlanea ,/. injusti ce , w icked • 

oesi; 63. 13, 104. 6, 131- jg; 

g, aniihtwiKnesse 19. 39. 
nQTim, H.coDntlds Dumbei; 137. 

7, i. 44, XI. 190. xxvi. 40; d. 

nnrimeixv.?: a.nnrimaG. 17, 

XIV. 4; ungenm 60. 38. 
ungeriwne, ». inconvenience ; d. 

pi. ungcrrseDum 30. 19. 
unsertaenUo, Oi^'. ansniuble. on- 

seemly! "■ 68. 7; a. pt. un- 

gerisenlice 67. 19; (omp. n. 

nngerlsenlieie 68. 14. 
iiDgerlBellliae,aa^?.iiiBniinEeeinly 

manner, dlsgracefBllj' ; 67. 28. 
unlot, adj. sad , despondent ; 8. 4. 

58. 35 ; n. vik. nnrotc 9. 10, 13. 

10;//. 34.8, tl. 
uiirdtiiea,/.«3dne», despondency; 
fq. II. 3 ScT g. onroinrssc 9. 

17 Ac; d. It. 3 &c. and xxv. 

48; a. 14. 38. 70. 9;//. Bnrot- 

nessB )o, 16; ./. DDrotncssnm 

unrdMiui. wv. make wid; //. 
geonrotMKl 39. 34*, 14J. 33; 
geuurolsad 31. 13 ; //. geunrol- 
sode 14. 5. 

miBeaSUs. adj. unhappy ; 3D, 5 
&c. ; a. nngesiEligne 119. 3 ; //. 
nngcvellgc 104. 14. 113. 36, 
xtvii. 18 ; vik. nngesaEligan 114. 
9 : cemp. nngesadigra 119, 8 : 
//. Dngtsa/ligian 74. ti &c. and 
lix. 43 ; tvp. pi. ongesa'lgoste 

UDsfttS,/. nnbappiness, misfortune; 
31. 17, no. 31 ; //. DnsxISa 65. 
33; aagesirldx 65. 33*, 134. 
33" i nngesalaa 134. 13 ; g. un- 
gesnltSa 34. 30*, loS. 7, 131.9: 
tf. luuKlSciin 31. 31; nngesfel- 



3IO 



GLOSSARY 



9am 13. a7, 31. ai ; a. nnsselCa 
21. 27, 117. 19, 125. 17, 18; 
ungesaeltfa 14. 20*, 117. 19*. 

onsamwrSde, adj. not in agree- 
ment, opposed ; //. 106. 6. 

ungeso&dwis, adj, unreasoning; 
irrational ; n, ungesceadwis 147. 
18 ; ^. wA, nngesceadwisan 28. 
31; d, ongesceadwisnm 131. 
13; a. ongesceadwisne 61. 22; 
//. ungesceadwise 26. 14, 132. 
5 ; wA. nngesceadwisan 31 . 30 ; 
g: wk, ungesceadwisene 31. 
29*. 

ungescadwisnesi /. want of dis- 
cernment ; 73. 7, 109. 2y 6. 

anaoetSfulnes, /. harmlessness, 
innocence ; a, unsceOfulnesse 

133. 5- 
unaoyldig, adj. innocent; 122. 

31 ; g. wk. nnscyldgan 123. 16 ; 

d. nnscyldegum 40. 3* ; un- 

scyldgum ix. 59; a. wk. un- 

scyldigan 122. 24; nnscyldgan 

122. 30 ; //. </. unscyldegum iv. 

36; unscyldgum 123. 12; a. 

unscyldige 123. 10; wk. un- 

scildigan 10. 18*. 

ungesewenliC) adj. invisible ; n. 
ia8. 20; d. 7vk. nnsewenlican 
138. 2* ; //. /. ungesewenlica 
128. 2; g. ungesewenlicra 48. 
24, xi. 5 ; a.f. ungesewenlica 
XX. 6; ungesewcnlice 79. 11*. 

unsnytro, / folly ; d. pi. unsnyt- 
trum ix. 11. 

unge8t6Bf8Vig, adj. unsteady, fickle; 
«. wA. ungestic^ffige 126. 21*; 
d. wk. ungestae^Segan 115. 3. 

unatalSolfadst, adj. unsteady, ill 
balanced (in mind) ; //. un- 
staColfieste xxviii. 69 n. 

unatille, adj. endowed with 
movement ; constantly moving, 
restless; /. wk. 129. 15; n. 
102. 29, XX. ^i\ pi. wk. un- 
stillan xi. 18 ; n. unstillu 128. 
3; g. wk. unstillena 48. 30; 
d. unstillum 115. 4; a. f. un- 
stilla XX. 14 ; wk, unstillan 79. 

unatrenge, adj. weak ; d. pL on- 



strengnm 59. 24 ». ; comp, m- 
strengra 75. 7, 109. 10. 

unatyrigende, adj, motioDless, 
stationary; //. f. onstireode 
146. I ; wk, unstyriendan 146. 
6, II. 

answeotol, adj. not clear, Dot 
discernible; f, 8i. i*;//. im- 
sweotole xz. 146. 

untSle, adj. blameless; f. uo- 
tfldlu 47. 27*. 

ongetfisa, adj, inconvenient, un- 
pleasant; M. 30. 16; ^. llng^ 
tseses 7T. 29. 

on tela, adv, evilly, wrongly; 

134- 30. 

untdorig, adj. untiring, unoetsing; 
untiorig xxviii. 17. 

untidlice, adv. unseasonably; 
nntiidlice 12. 6. 

untiled, quasi ptcp. ; "Sonne bi8 
his until ad, no provision will be 
made for him, no attention paid 
him 67. 12. 

untodfiled, adj. undivided; 76. 
9&C.; n. 90. 16 &c.; //.unto- 
daelde 90. 30. 

untodnledlic, adj, indivisible, 
inseparable; 89. i*; untodx- 
lendlic 74. 30 ; d.f, untodeled- 
Here 54. 18*. 

untreow, /. unfaithfulness, per- 
fidy ; //. d, untreowum ii. 13 ; 
a. untriowa 16. 5. 

untriewe, adj. perfidious; //. 
wk. ungetreowan 8. 9*. 

untrum, adj. feeble, infirm ; ^'. 
untrume, ungetrume* T33. 32. 

untwSogende, adj. unhesitating, 
sure ; g. untwiogendes 146. 19*. 

untwifeald, tuij, united ; simple, 
sincere; wk. untweofealda in. 
2* ; a. untwifealdne 109. 27 ; 
//. untwifealde 30. 27*; a.f. 
untweofea'de xi. 95. 

untydd, adj, uninstmcted, un- 
trained ; a. untydne 20. 6. 

untSearf, /. detriment, disadvan- 
tage ; d. to Oinre unSearefe 16. 

unVSaw, m, bad habit, vice; 32. 



GLOSSARY 



3" 



t5eawes 64. 27 ; //.^.un'Seawas 

70. 6 &c. afuixxii. a6, 30, xxvi. 

117 > ^* unSeawa iia. 16; d. 

nnffeawnm 67. 28, xvi. 4 &c. ; 

a, nnSeawas 61. 8 &c. and xvi. 

24, xxvii. 32. 
nngciSwfire, <7^'. at variance, 

discordant 134. 29 ; a. unge- 

tJwzeme, tnrbnlent 62. 10 n.; 

//. /. ungeCwaera 49. 12 ; «. 

ungetSwsere 113. 26. 
ung^wSrnes, /. variance, dis- 
cord; III. 29; //. ungeCwser- 

nessa 9. 11. 
ungeiVyld, /, impatience; d. on 

ungeOylde 25. 6. 
ungelSyldelioe, adv, impatiently ; 

45- 13- 
unge^Syldig, adj\ impatient ; //. 

ungeCyldige, unCyldige* 133.2. 
unondergielde, adj, not to be 

replaced, (in)valuable ; g. nnan- 

dergildes 27. 20*. 
ungewealdes, g, used as adv. 

ores ungewealdes, without our 

control ; 93. 7. 
unwenlic, adj. unexpected; com^. 

d. unwenlicran 138. 2. 
unwdnunga, adv. unexpectedly; 

140. 10. 
unweoxKian, z£/v. dishonour ; ^0. 

ind. 2. J. unweort^ast 16. 26. 
unweoilSsoipe, m. dishonour ; a. 

61. 27*. 
unwieiiTe, adj. without honour; 

unworthy, ignoble ; unwyrCe 62. 

17; unweor9e 62. 20* ; un- 

weorfJ 64. 26*, XV. 6 ; /. 75. 19 ; 

a. unwyrffne 62. 9 ; //. unwyrffe 

41. 15 ; n. unweorOe*, unwcorfj 

24. 12 ; ^<?m/.unweor9ra63. 2*, 

^3* 3*» 4 » ^' unweorCran 63. 

7 n. ; sup. unweorffost 34. 23* ; 

wk. unweorOesta 33. 4* ; //. 

unweorVoste 61 . 16*. 
unwiexISneB, f, disgrace ; d. un- 

weor^Snesse 12. i. 
nnwilla, wm. ; d. pi, unwillum, 

used as adv. unwillingly i. 24 ; 

7V. pers.pron. 0inum unwillum, 

against your will 62. 5, cf. 93. 7, 

98. 7, 8. 



unwis, adj. foolish ; 26. 4 ; //. g. 
unwisra xx. 148 ; </. unwisum 
X. 10. 

unwisdom, m. folly, ignorance; 
d. unwisdome 141. 6. 

tmgewiss, adj, uncertain ; mys- 
terious ; 26. 4 (unwis J) ; g. 
ungewislices 15. 22. 

ungewitfulle, adv. senselessly ; 

74. 13. 
MH'miXno^^ qua^iptcp. unpunished ; 

n. 119. 16; /. 121. 19; //. un- 

witnode 104. 23, 119. 14; un- 

gewitnode 119. i6* ; a. unwit- 

Dode 119. 24; lete unwitnod 

119- 30- 
ungewittig, adj. unreasoning, 

irrational ; //. wk. ungewittigan 

108. 4; ungewittegan 108. 15*. 
tmwlitigian, wv. deprive of form 

or beauiy ; ind. prs. 3.J. un- 

wlitegaC 131. 5. 
jojrrrt^c&fiyquasi ptcp. unpunished; 

n. 123. 20. 
tinwriten, quasi ptcp. unwritten ; 

a. pi. forleton unwriten 44. 3. 
ungewunelio, adj. unusual, extra- 
ordinary; n. 70. 23; g. ungc- 

wimelices 15. 22. 
anwynsuxn, adj. unpleasant; f. 

unwynsumu 138. 10 ; unwynsum 

137- 8; n. 30. 15. 
aiiw7rd,y. misfortune ; a. 50. 16. 
tinwyrht, n. be hiora unwyrhtum, 

without their deserving it 123. 

32. 
up, adv. (ub 86. 20; up 136. 4*, 

13*, XX. 156) ; a) rest^ above, on 
J^igh, 57. 21, 73. 31, 92. 20, xxiv. 
32, xxxi. 19. b) motion^ up, up- 
wards, 18. 1 1, xii. 25 &c. ; up on 
26. 24. c) directiony xxxi. 17. 

upende, m. up{>er end; d. 135. 
32, xxix. 18. 

uppan, prep. w. d. above; ofer 
uppan xxiv. 27. 

uppe, adv. on high ; xx. 1 24. 

uprihte, adv. upright, erect ; 147. 

9- 
uprodor, m. sky; a. xxix. 51. 

upryne, m. upward course; g. 

uprynses 57. 26*. 



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GLOSSARY 



fipweard, adv. upwards ; xzxi. 23. 
upweardea, adv. upwards; 91. 

31, xiii. 54, 6a. 

ure, poss. adj. onr, ours; 79. 4, 
93. 6, xxii. 54 ; user xx. 249 ; / 
ure 144. 17 &c. ; n. loi. 9; g. 
ures 19. ai &c. and xx. 258, 
261 ; usses xx. 265, 267, xxi. 
12 ; </. urum 29. 7*, 93. 2, 146. 

32, XX. 33; ussum 29. 7; a. 
0one uruey ours 84. 28 ; n. ure 
146. 26 ; pl.f, ure 34. 6* ; ussa 
viii. 40; usse xxi. 35; g. urra 
89. 9, 10; ura xxi. 14; ussa 
xxiii. \\\ d. urum 82. 7, xx. 
252; a. ure 145. 13. 

t^t, adv. a^ place ^ out, 115. 22. If) 

motion^ out, outside, 11. 4, i. 21 

&c. 
utan, adv. outside, from outside ; 

fq. 36. 9, X. 4 &c. ; uton ^ times 

in B, 79. 21 &c. 
utane, adv. from outside, outside ; 

62. 33, 63. I, 80. 32,89. 2. 
ute, adv. outside, out of doors ; 

3,3- 3^ 95- 4» viii. 27 ; comp. 

utor 94. 25. 
utemest, sup. adj. outermost ; v. 

ytemeat. 
uton, let us; let us do; w. inf. 

?.«;• I5» 88. 32, 138. 5; wutun 

103. 4; ute 17. 8*; w. g. uton 

fJaes 75. 17. 
ul^wita, wm. philosopher, sage; 

45. 7 &c. and X. 50, xxii. 54; 

g. uCwitan 45. 5 ; //. 81 . 17, xx. 

184; u^wiotan 127. 4, 131. 8; 

g. uCwitena 85. 24. 



W. 

w&, 1) sbst, n. suffering:, hardship ; 

waa i. 25 (J) \ d. mid uua iii. 6 

(J). 2^ interj.' o\i ! alas ! 73. 22. 
w&o, adj. unstable, yielding; n. 

XX. 93. 
waclio, adj. insignificant; n. 56. 

8. 
w&clice, adv. weakly ; v. 34. 
wadan, sv6. go, proceed; ind. 



prs, i.pL wada9 143. a ; skj.pd. 

wode 48. 13. 
wfioan, wv, weaken; ge w a ca B 

V. 31. 
WflBOoe, wf. watching, vigil ; a.fl 

waeccau 70. 8. 
wfid, /. dress, clothes ; pi. warfi 

77.ii;^.xxv. 32, 39;</.w8edom 

64. 25, XT. 3, xxY. 4; a. waeda 

viii. 23. 
wfidl, /. poverty; 60. 16; d. 

wsedle 24. 4 ; a, aS. 21, 31. 16, 

60. 24, 76. 25. 
wSdla,wm. (£en.usedasadj.)^pofx 

man; 28. 24, 65. 15, 76. 24; d. 

wsedlan 28. 26 ; //. 28. 10 ; d. 

waedlum x. 31. 
wef8, f. wonderftil spectacle, 

manrel ; waefiSo xxviii. 82 n. ; g. 

wseRJe 104. 11. 
w£g, m. wave; d. wsege xxviiL 

58- 
wiegan, wv. afflict ; //. gewseged 

ii. 3- 

wsBgn, m, carriage, waggon; 
wan 130. 21 ; g, waenes 129. 
19, 131. I ; WKDes Cisia, the 
Waggon-Shafts (Charles' Wain^ 
126. 3, xxviii. 10 ; a. wsm 129, 
20. 

w8Blhrdow, adj. fierce, cruel; 
waelriowix.38; Wi&. wselhreowa 
7- 23 ; g. waelhrcowes ix. 5 ; (/. 
wk. waelreowan 36. 28. 

wsDlhreowneB,/ fierceness, cruel- 
ty; 67. 7 ; a. pi. waelriowncssa 

39. 17*. 

wfipen, n. weapon ; //. wsepoa 

40. 22 ; g. wsepna 8. 20. 
waer, adj. cautious ; /. wseru 47. 

27* w. ; a. //. waere 62. 27. 
wnrsoipe, m. caution; 62. 25, 

87. 7. 
weilSo, V. wSfS. 
wflpstm, m. crop, produce ; a. 

westm 136. 15*; //. wsestmas 

30. 3 ; g. wsestma xx. loi ; d. 

wjestmum 29. 24, 33. 33* ; a. 

wsestmas 33. 28*, viii. 19, xx. 

75, xxix. 70; westmas 80. 17*, 

136. ao*. 
westmbfire, adj. fertile; wk. 



wettmbsera 136. i6* ; a, wiestm- 

w*t,l) j^'. wet, moiit;/ 80. 7; 

n. 80. 6, 7, IX. 77, Si; d. 

wzelnm n. 90 ; mi, wxtin 80. 

13, 21 161I. n. welnesi, mob. 

tnre; 80. g, xi. 74. 
wSta.wn. moisture ; 136. 13 ; a. 

wart»n 3J. 19, nix. 48. 
wnter, ». water; 49. 11, d. 43 

&c. i f. wxteres 80. 5, lO, 15 ; 

Wictresu. 108, IJ3; d. w«tere 

80. 13, viii. 59 &c.; wwtete 



:. 90: 



'5?' ■ 



63 ; a. wetet 34. I, viii. 23, j8 ; 

//. wxtra 53. 4 ; d. wieternm 

74. J*; vfKlrum 115.8. 
wASan, tuv, hunt ; lii. 15. 
wkflui, wv. ic. g. be aitonished , 

marvel at ; xiviii. 44; ind.prs. 

3X wa&B ia6. 5, 13; pi. 

WBfisS 31. II ; sbj. fri. wafige 

ixviiU 18, 31 ; pri, p. wafiende 

SO. 10. 
w&fang,/. astonishment, wonder ; 

a. wafunga U5. 15. 
w*«, m. wall; wah MO, 11; g. 

pi. waga u. 17. 
WBgian, Tini, intrant, move, iwa^ ; 

ind.pu. 3.j.wagode 101. 27. 
wUfc, inttrj. alas ! ah ! iv. 19, 

ui. I i wella , . , wcl 89. 5, 

'39- S- 
wUftwft, inlerj. alas! 114. 9*, 

weilawei 103. 10. 
wana, wm. want, deficiency : a. 

10 &c. \ used as adj. delicieat, 

83.9, 11,84. 1.85. iS. 
WKDCoX, adj . wavenng, fickle ;y; 

47. 30* ; a. pi. vit. wanclan ig. 

30- 
wandlung,^ changing. Taiiable- 

nei9 : d. wandlnnga 15. 17. 
wtndrian, wm. wander; vary; 

ind.prs. i.t. wandraS 105. 13, 

xiiv. aj; ibj. prs. wandrige 

130. 18; prt. p. wBcdriende 

uS. 19. « 

wang, m . plain, field ; //. wangas 

wkogitode, m. place; a. pi. 



tARY 313 

WHltaD, vo. tram, and intr. 

diminish ; 91. 1 ; iitd. prs. 3 j. 
waniff6a. 16, 71. 18, 148. 13, 
)o; fl. waniaS 93. 11; pp. 
gewanod 18. 16, 99. 19 ; //. /. 
gewanode 34. 37, 
vaon, adj. dailc; n. wan v. 4; 



, —. r/l,. ». .it; 

beware, guard ; ind. pri. %,s. 
warenaS u8. 4, 144. 31 l^wasmafl 
B) ; gewarenaV t6. ai. 

waiofl, n. shore ; a. wearoB i. 
■41 weaiod viii. 30; weroB 
•M- '■ 

wftt, svm. Icnow ; inf. witan 1 5. 
10 &c. ; ind. prs. \.s. wat 
8. ao, IT. 51 &c.; WW xiviii, 
80; OTj'. Dal X. 53. xii. 37 ; i.t. 
wast :3. j &c.; interreg. wastn 
13. 13, 18. 16 ; WBsS Va 61. S. 
65. 11 ; wMt 66. 3 ; neg. nast 
13. 16. 104. )6 ; i.s. wal 36. 3, 
iii. 9 &c, ; titg. nat 9, 14 Set. ; 
pi. witon 34. t &c. and ix. I, 
iix.34; wiian67. 1, xvii, 7,xix. 
ao; niz. niton 33, 33, 83, 35, 
108. 10 ; oyton 35. 16 &c. and 
It. 10 J fst. I J. and 3.]-. wis»e, 
wiste* ij, 14, 11, 7*, 6'- »» 
&c. ; nig. nyise, Dy3(E)te* 96. 
3 Ac. and uvi. 66 ; nesse 94. 
31 n. ; 3J-. wistest 14. 17* ; neg. 
nystes 13. 30, 33 ; nesles 13. 19 ; 

wisBlon 116. 37'; ntg. nyston 
115- »5; imp.^Me 17. 30 &c. ; 
sbj.prt. 78, 16 S;c. ; neg. nyte 
13. 31 Btc ;//, witen ill. si, 
147. 14, ax. 13; psi. wisae 13. 
10 &c ; mg. nyMe 97. 19, 33 ; 
nesse 94. 11. 96, 3 ; //. wissen 
'+7- '3- 
wMJ,/, hunting; d. waOe xivii. 



wfia, rein, misery, Eniafortotte ; a. 

wean 118, 13, 
wial&f,/, survivois of misfottuae ; 



314 



GLOSSARY 



weald, M. forest; 57. 19, xiii.46. 

geweald, n. power, control ; g. 
used as adv. w. pers. prons, 
twines gewealdes, in your power 
29. 24, 35 ; heora agnes ge- 
wealdes, of their own accord 

37. 24, cf. 37. 29 ; a, geweald 

38. 32, 107. 15, 124. 5, i. 38. 
zvi. 31, xxii. 36, xxvii. 5. 

wealdan, rv. {w.g, ; except 89. 19 
{d.) and 136. 23 («.))» wield, 
control ; govern ; 17. 33, 65. 24, 
81. 33; waldan xx. 129, 198, 
301 ; to wealdanne 97. i ; intl. 
prs, 2.S. wealdest xx. 7, 50 ; 
weltst 79. 13*, 30* ; 3.J. weal- 
de^ xxi. 33; waldeC xxiv. 34, 
35, xxv.i5,xxix.76».,93; wealt 
98. I*, 135. 38, 136. 30*; 
wilt 13. 23, 97. 9 ; welt 57. 3*, 
86. 3 &€.; causes iii. 7 ; wylt 
97- 5 ; P^' wealdaS 65. 23 ; 
pst. 3.J. weold 96. 6*, xxvi. 
10 ; wiold ix. 38 ; //. wioldon 
i. 48; sbj.prs. wealde 12. 16 &c. 
and xvi. 16; walde 131. 11; 
//. wealden 65. 23 ; walden 
102. 25 ; pst. wcolde 96. 4, 
5, 96. 21; wiolde 96. 10, 97. 
23, 100. 20; prs. p. waldende 
104. 21, 107. 7. 

wealdend, 1) m. ruler, con- 
troller; 48. 23, xi. 2 &c. ; 
waldcnd more usual 83. 23, 
iv. 49 &c. ; //. wealdendas 13. 
21, 32. II ; waldendas 35. 30; 
d. wealdendum 64. 22. 2) adj. 
powerful ; a. wealdendne 38. 
i^» 30*> 65. 4; waldendne 
38. 30. 

gewealdleVer, n. rein, bridle ; g. 
wealdle'Seres 49. 5 ; a. geweald- 
leffer 49. 27, 105. 18, xi. 28; 
gewaldleiBer xxiv. 39 ; //. d. 
gewcaldlefferum 136. 23 ; ge- 
weltleSrum xxix. 77 ; a. ge- 
wealdlefferu xi. 75. 

wealhstod, m. interpreter ; Pr. i. 

weallan, rv. boil, seethe ; prs. p. 
weallende viii. 45. 

wealwian, iw. intrans. roll ; fade, 
wither; wealowian9i. 16; ind. 



prs, 5 J". wealnwaV xi. 58: 

wealwaV 49. 1 9* ; sbj. prs. fl. 

wealowigen 130. 6 ; prs. / 

wealwiende 14. 16. 
weard, m. guardian ; xL 20, 31, 

xzTiii. 77. 
weardian, 7uv. keep ; last wear- 

digan, keep its place, lemiio 

XX. 341. 
wearm, adj. warm ; f. 80. 8, xx. 

80 ; n. 49. 20 ; g. wearmes 12. 

II ; //. n. wearm xi. 61. 
wdaa, adv. by chance; 125. 13 

&c. andxKV, 31, xzviii. 73. 
weaxan, rv. grow, increase; 14. 

5 &c. ; to wexanne 91. 30 ; ind. 
prs.wcRxS 75. 36*; wcxl? 71. 

18, 148. I3*,xix. 8; geweaxS*, 

gewex9 91. 30 ; gewyxS 99. 

18 ; p/. weaxatS 21. 4 &c and 

vi. 9/f., XXV. 40 ; wexa993. 11; 

pst. weox i. 5, XX. 343; /^ 

weoxon 137. 10; sbj. prs. f^ 

weaxe xiii. 52 ; wexe 46. I3*. 
weog, m. lump, ingot ; d. we<^, 

wegge 90. 8. 
wecgan, wv. trans, move; tW. 

prs. ^.pl. wecggaff xxvii. 4 ; sij. 

prs. wecge vii. 35. 
wddan, wv. be mad ; prs. p. we- 

dende hnnd 11 1. 18; d. "wk. 

wedendan gietsere 19. 9. 
gewdde, n. madness, frenzy; gc- 

wed ix. 5. 
wddehund, m. mad dog ; wede- 

hnnde xxv. 18. 
weder, n. weather, season ; 52. 

4, 115. 31, xxvi. 38; ^. weSres 

xii. 13 (J) ; d. wedere 14. 12; 

a. weder 144. 32, xi. 59, xxix. 

64 ; d. pi. wederum 1 3. 10, 

xxviii. 45 ; wedrum 18. 13. 
weg, m. wsLy, path ; 73. 34, 8j. 

16, XX. 377, 379 ; g, w^es ic6. 

i; d. wege 73. 24, 139. 28, 

31, xix. 4, xxiv. 44; a. weg 

/g, 51. 14 &c. and xiii. 58, 

xxix. %| a. pi. wegas 53. 10, 

57. 36. 
wegferend, m. traveller; 33. 9, 

wel, adv. well; la. 11, v. 34 




X. 65 see; suf. belit 

wbIb, vrm. prosperity, Hches ; /q. : 
plural mure usual, 17. 18 &c. 






-.e-v 



a&c 



. 43; d. a6. 3 &c.; 
a. 14. 10 &c. dm/ lii. 16 \ pi. 
17. 30 &C.; g. welena 19. i, 
97. )o, 60. it; weloim 17. 7 ; 
f/. welum 18. 3 &c. jHf/ X. iS; 
a. vdan 59. 14, 60. 14. 
welhwSr, atAi-neBrli^cTeiy where ; 

WslhwnM, adv. nearly; ii. 10 (J). 
w8Uiwe1o./''i'», ailj. nearly every ; 

H. wtlhwilc XT. 191. 
wdig, Oi^'. proapeTOQS, wealthy j 

ag. 34 Sec. ; f. wi. welegan 

63. jo; d. wk. xiv. I, i. 37; 

welgttn 60. iS* ; a. welignc 

59. tS, 6,^. 4 1 Tai. welegaD 77. 

I", X. 31 i pi. welige 34. 7, 

ii- JJ. »iii- 8 ; "**. welgan 60. 

13 ; g. weligra 19. 4; d. wele- 

gum 60. g ; a. welige 73. ao ; 

wi. welegan 6a. 1 1 ; lup. wel- 

goit 59. 14. 
weUglMi, TBV, ennch ; gewele- 

gion 3S. ]6. 
welwynanm, adj. leiy pleuant; 

welwinsom ziii. 50. 
win,/', hope, expectatioD ; 13S. 

w6na, uw). hope, cipectatioD ; 

opinion 1 f>i. 17, xiviii. 35 ; d. 

wenui 6S. 13. 
wAnui, vrv. vi. g. er ibj. hope Cor, 

expect; think, believe; 13. 36, 

vii. 7 &c.; to wcnanne 37. 31 

&c. ; ind. pri. i j. wene 33. 18 

&c> ani/xxv. 39; 3,^. weDst :$. 

31 Sic. and ix. 48; fiu wensS 

14. 37; inlerrog. weoslu/y. I3. 

31 &c, ; 3J. wenO 107. 9, 110. 

■ 4', wenS him Saia 134. 30; 

pi. WH1.8 15. 6, xix. 34 &C.! 

pit. u. wecde 11. 13 Sec; u. 

wendest 1 1. j &c. 1 wendei 130. 

34; wende* Va 6c 33. 10 j 3J. 

wende 15. 13, 45. 9, i. 78, 8) ; 



ARY 315 

imp. wen 47. 4; rf/ /rj. wene 

54. 17 &c. ; //. wenen 36, 14 

Bic. andx.62; pit. I3.)4&c. 
wand, n. courae. altetiialiie; 

oSSe Criddc wend 118. 15. 
wandan. tvv, trans, and intr. 

lum, direct; go; 13. 33. iv. 34, 

40; gewendan ixii. 57; ind. 

prs. I.S. wende lii. 6 ; 3,1. went 

10. 33, 103. 18, 149. 1, liii. 

55; tQnioH(,comelopa», 135. 

8;//. wendaC 97. 33 Sec; fst. 

OD englisc wende, translated 

Pr. J ; gewende Pr. g ; pi. 

wendoD 8. II, ii. 141 soj. prs. 

wende 78. 4 Ac ««rfiviii. ii, 

xid. 30; pi. wenden 130. 9, 

137- 17- 
wendiuiB, / alteration, change; 

d. wendinge vii. 41. 
waDian, lev. accustom, train; ind. 

pit. 3./. gcwenede xxix. 6; pi. 

gcwenedon s7- 18. 
wiod, n. weed ; a. xii. 38 ; a. pi. 

53. !•; wiodxiL4. 
weora, n. work; 138. 19; g. 

wcorcei 13, 30 &C. and vi. 17. 

vii. 7 ; d. weorce 40. 10 ficc. ; 

a. weorc 38. 4, xi. 77 &c. ; //. 

g. weoicfl 41. 13 &c. and xx. 

31 ; d. weorcDtn 41. 6 &c. ; >i. 

weorc 145. 13. 
geweoro. n. woik. stmctare; a. 

99- 3- 

bouret; a. pi. weorcmen ^o, 18. 

weorpan,jii3. cast. throw; change; 
116. 14, xivi. 76; ind.prt.lJ. 
wearp 18. 30; wenrp hine mid 
tfxre tuagan, threw the tongne 
at him 36. 33. 

weoiSui, svy happen ; become; 
fq. used as atutiliary vb. 37. 30, 
xi. 19 &c; fq. vi lo, 83, 3 
&c ; rpx. Se weoifina on, 
arrive at 105. II. xiiv. 18; ind. 
/rf. 3j.wynt1xlv.44R.; i'-'x^- 
ortteB liii. 56, xviii. 9, xx. 103 «., 
xxviii. 63, 75, nil. 33 i wyi« 
usual farm lo. 8 &c ; 6 times 
inMetr.y. 18 &c.; //. weorffaff 
33- 3. "ii- 36 Ac; anive, 57. 




3i6 



GLOSSARY 



i6; wiortlaO 9a. la; ///. i.j. 
weai9 I a. ao Sec; a«r. wnrde 
8. 19 ; 3^. wealth 37. 9 &c and 
xzvi. 13, aS ; //. wurdon 67. 4, 
xxvi. 79 &c. ; sly. prs, weorffc 
a 1 . 17, V. 6 && ; is formed, i a6. 
ao; wiorOe 69. 13 ; //. weorf^en 
a 5. 6 &C. and v. 45 ; weorOan 
laa. 6; pst. wurde 6a. la &c. 
oif^ viii. 39, xzv. 31 ; //. 
wurden 40. a6 &c. ; wurdon 06. 

16, 136. 37*; //. geworden 
ia6. a3 ; //. wordene xix. a9. 

geweoiHan, w^, happen, come to 
pass; 6 times ^ la. 17 &c. ; 
gewioif^an xi. 39 ; ind. prs. 3.J. 
gcweorCeC xxiv. 55 ; gcwyrC 5 
times, 39. 4 &c. ; gewir« 35. 7 ; 
pst. %.s. gewearfJ 36. a4; sbj. 
prs. geweorCe 11 times , 128. 18 
&c. ; pst. gewurde 9. 4 ; pp. pi. 
n. gewordene 145. 14. 

weoi%ftillio, adj. honourable ; ^. 
weorCfullices 42. 15. 

weoil^fullioe, adv. honourably; 
41.4. 

weoil^geom, adj. ambitious ; wk. 
weorCgeoma x. 48 ; //. ^. wk. 
weorfJgeomena 139. 7» ^' 
weorCgeomum 139. 10; sup. 
pl. weorCgeomuste 44. 4*. 

weoilSian, tw. honour; esteem; 
J43» 25 ; to weorffianne 7a. 27, 
75. 13, 14; iftd. prs. pl. ge- 
weorSaC 32. 28; pst. weorCode 
64. 27, 30; //. wcorCodon 115. 
27, xxvi. 45 ; sdj. prs. weorCige 
104. 17 ; //. geweorSod 32. 25, 
26 ; geweorOad x. 28 ; //. ge- 
weorCode 69. 4. 

weoil^lic, adj\ valuable ; dis- 
tinguished, glorious; 75. 24; 
a. weorClicne 133. 29; a. pl' f. 
weorClica xx. 226; weorfflice 
81. 34*; sup, n, weorClicosC 

75- 21. 
weoxKmynd, /. honour, dignity ; 

30. 20 ; a. weor5mynde 30. a i ; 

g. pl. weorlSmyniJa i. 5 1 . 
weoilSsoipe, m. dignity, honour ; 
/(^. 17. 18 &c. ; ^. wcorSscipes 

17. 7 &c. and xix. 44; d. 



weorffscipe 23. 19 Ac.; wji9- 

sdpe 36. 35*; a, wtcufktipt 

3a. 7 &c, ; d. pl. weorOsdpum 

54-2. 
wdpan, tv. weep; bewail; 102. 

a6 ; rflx. 8. 5 ; to wepanne i^ 

I ; ind. pst. 3«f. weop loa. 5; 

prs. p. wepende 8. 8. 
war, m. man; 33.9; tf^werexrn. 

4 ; a. wer viii. 35 ; //. wens 13$. 

7; g. went 139. 7; a. weras|6. 

a8, X. 6a. 
werelio, adj\ unsubstantial, paltry; 

//. werelice, werilicc* aS. 24; 

/. wexelica 35. 10 if. 
werelioe, adv. abjectly, meanlj; 

71. 34 (waerelice B). 
wdrig, adf. weary ; n. wk. werie 

72. 1 ; werige 7a. i*, xxtl 114; 

d. wk. weregan 73. ^\ a.n.wk. 

werige xxiv. ^\ g. pl. werign 

50. 13. 
werod, n. host, troop ; d. werede 

66. 9 ; //. g. weroda xx. 86, 161, 
xxix. 78; weorada xx. 49; a. 
werode 116. 6. 

werod, adj. sweet ; comp. wcoro- 

dra 52. 3. 
werodan, wv. become sweet; 

ind. prs. 3.J. werodaC*, wcredaC 

51.4. 
wexISeod, f. nation ; a. werGiode 

ix. 2 1 ; //. wer9eoda xxvi. 73 ; 

wer9ioda xxix. a8 ; ff. xxiv. 35. 
wesan, wese, v. boon, 
west, adv. west, westwards ; 136. 

I , ix. 4a. X. 5, xiv. 7, xxix. aS. 
weatan, adv. from the west; iv. 33, 

vi. 8. 
weatd&l, m. west part ; d. west- 

dsele 135. 30; a. westdael xxix. 

wdste, adj. waste, miinhabited; 

g. westes 4a. 7 ; a. pl. n. westn 

holu 19. 8. 
wdatezm, n. desert ; d. pl. weste- 

num 4a. 30. 
westeweard, adj. western ; a. 08 

westeweardne 39. 37, 41. 21, 

67. 31. 

westmeat. adj. westernmost; n. 
xvi. J I. 




wlo, n. bmj, creek; izi. II. 
«id, ad/, wide i a. wi. widin 
Tiii.4i,ii.j5,xiii.66. 



wide, aJi/. widely ; 93. 6, viji. 5 
gewider, 1. weather ijl/. gewider 



.J./. widgiUe 46. . - 

widgil I. 6. 
Wldsielnai, y. ipaciouineu ; a. 

widgielnessc 71. 16. 
wldmAre, adj. fai-famed; 53. 

irloll, «. spring, foiuitaii] ; g, pi. 

wella 34. I. 

wielU, torn. Gpiin^ founUm j a. 
wellHD viii 19. 

wtolm, HI. boiling, surging ; d. 
welnie III. 30*, nv. 46. 

wlerdan, uf, injure 1 ini/. /r-i. 
3.//. wyidaO. 

wleman, lor, a) prevent ; i) re- 
ject, refuse ; wyrnan 149, 5 (j) ; 
ind.prt. 3.J. weraS I45. 16 (o), 

wiera, wieraa, visrat, v. rfel, 
yfla. 

wieHk, oi^'. IV. g. worthy ; hon- 
oured ; wcoriJe 3s. l8* ; wyrije 
usual ferm 11. 13*, 33. s &:c ; 
weorfi 61. 6*, 114. 16, viii. 37; 
/ wyrtTe 47. 8 ; «. 43. J4 &c ; 
a. wyrflne 63. iS* ; weorSoe 61. 
4, 64, 9 ; fl. wyrSe 7. 8 &C. and 
'- 37i "■ 56; weorfle 104. 10; 
f. wyriSe 98. 8 ; a. weoifle iS, 5, 



weortSost 53. 17; /)/. 10*. wcor- 

destan 6i. 3i, 07. 3. 
irif, n. woman ; wife ; ii. :i &c.; 

f. wifes 103. 13; d. wife ivii. 

4. Hvi. 68; a. wif as. 31;//. 

I", wifa 54. 7; a. wif aa. 13. 
vtfian, uiv. many (u wife); ^. 

gewifod 14. 9. 
wis, "' war; g. wiges xxvi. 13; 



wjir 317 

wlcond, m. wanior ; g. pi. wigen- 

dta nri. Jt. 
wlbt, /n. Uiing; creature; liii. 

4c! i wyht 147. a»; f. (/.) 
wuhte 36. 6, 60. 6, 148. 17 ; d. 
(/■) 93. ' ". 33, »i- 78 ; «!«</ ai 
adv. VI. comp. wuhte Son mare 
liv. 10, rf. zvi. 14, n. 108, 
117. xxvifi. 35 ; a. (/) wihl 
uii. 19: wohCgi.o, 148.14,18; 
prm. BuythiDg, liiL 33 ; ellei 
wuhte ii. ao ; //. wuhta 36. 11, 
116. I7,uii. j; g. 93. 3'. 94- 
7, u. 5a &c- 
wllda, fl^'. "Ot tame, wildj /. 



- 51 



134. 1 



,• «■■ ' 



wilder, n. wild beast ; //. wildior 
>'7- 3; i"- wiWra iivi. 76; 
wildedeora 116. 15*; i/.wildio- 
rum lit. 14. 

gewiU, n. will, wish; a. 9. 37, 
10. J4, 19. ji, i». 34. 

wlllA, aim. will; desirej 16. »s 
&c. ani^ xviii. a ; f. willan II. 
19 &c, ani/ li. 83 t i/. 9. 3^, It. 
18 Sec: a. 17. 37 &c an/ viii. 
37, xiii. 55 ; pd. d, w. pram. fy. 
Mora nilfum, of their own ac- 
cord ij. J, ff. 35. 33, 91. 4 
&c ; selfra willum x. 19; adv. 
wiUum, joyfully xiii. 41. 

wlll&n, aBp.wish, be willing ;^(i. 
usid ai aiixil. will, would ; tna. 
pn. ij. wille 9. 38 &e. and 
liii I, xxiv, sa; rug. nylle 
ixiv. 53 ; w. ellipse efinf. nelte 
■05.33; 3j. wilt 9. 18 &c.a»(/ 
It. 49, iiiv. 48, 56 ; nfg. Belt 
10, 34'; 3J. wille /^. IB B, 16. 
33 &c. ; wile in C, u, B, ir. 51 
&c. ; wyle 136. 3l»; neg. nylle 
91. 7 &c. ; nyle 38. la*, 79.6 
&c. an/ xxvii. 14 ; ncle 70, 16, 
133. 18, 140. *6. 149. J! xiii. 
33, Hi. 34J //.willaC 15. 5, v. 
91 &c; wille we 5 ttmti, I3. 
33 &c; mg. nyllaS 109. 3 &c.; 
qeiUBsa. 31*, 108. t];/i/.j.«. 




3i8 



and 3 J. wolde 35. 3a &c. and 
ix. 12, xi. 15; wnolde i. 38; 
neg, nolde 84. 1 3 &c. and xxvi. 
90; 2 J. woldest 10. 17 &c. a$ui 
XX. 49 ; woldes 48. 12, 118. 29, 
122. 29; iMT^. holdes 25. 24, 59. 
6; //. woldoD 34. 17 &C. ; 
woldan 9. 22*, 25, 31. 10; 
woldean 53. 26*; wolde gc ii. 
16; sbj, prs. wille 12. 15, xiii. 
27 &c. ; wile 60. 12, xiii. 3 &c. ; 
ntg, nylle 91. 4 &c. ; nyle xxv. 
67; nelle 72. 4*; ntle ix. 63; 
//. willen 109. 23 &c. and xix. 
5, 15; willan in B, 94. 15* &c.; 
willon 98. 17 ; neg. nyllen 122. 
13, 139. II ; nylUn 94. 15*; 
pst. wolde 18. 24, iv. 33 &c. ; 
//. wolden 35. 3 ; woldan 36. 
I*, 65. 24; woldon 88. 22, 
26. 
wilnian, wv. w. g.y a, sbj.^ orger. 
inf. 106. 16; wilnigan 140. 24; 
to wilnianne 39. 11 &c.; to wil- 
nicnne 31. 3*; ind, prs. 2. J. 
wilnast 16. 24 &c. and v. 24; 
3.J. wilna0 25. II &c. and xx. 
159, xxv. 51 ; willnaC 55. 5*, 
66. 7*, 109. 18 ; //. wilniatf 31. 
22 &c and xix. 43; w. sefter, 
yearn 53. 16; wilnigaC 41. 14*, 
45- 3*; willniaff 74. 12*, 93. 
27 ; w. ellipse of inf. Cider will- 
niaS 147. 8* ; wilnige ge 42. 
1 7 ; pst. I .J. and 3.J. ^dlnode 
40. 9, 1 3. 20 &c. and xxv. 56 ; 
2.S. wilnodest 19. 15, 135. 20; 
//. wilnodon 26. 19 &c.; gewil- 
nodon 26. 20 ; wilnedon 67. 4, 

i- 35 (J); 5^'j' /''• wilnige 13. 
2 &c. and xxix. i ; wilnie xiii. 
69; willnige 135. 23*; welnige 
118. 11; //. welnigen 35. 24 
&c. and X. 63; wilnien 31. 23, 
106. 32; wilnigan 35. 21*; wil- 
nian 46. 30* ; prs. p. wilnigende 
81. i8*. 
wilnung, /. desire; 41. 12, 81. 
20, XX. 186 ; g. wilnunga 81. 
24; wilnnnge xx. 198; d. wil- 
nunga 143. II ; a. XX. 191 ; //. 
welnonga 38. 31. 



win, n, wine ; a. 12. 10, 33. 39, 
viii. 20. 

wind, m. wind ; 14. 1 1, t. 7 &c.; 
g. windes 16. 50 £tc. ; d. winde 
80. 19, XX. 81 &c. ; a. wind la 
1 1 8txu and iv. 24 ; //. g. winda 
126. 19; a. windas 99. 2, xi. 
6a 

windan, JV3. intrems. wind; %: 
xxiv. 10 ; ind. prs, 3^. windaS 
xxxi. 1 2 If . ; pst, I .s. ic gewaad 
ymb Croeses Searfe, looked tfier 
his interests 18. 18. 

wingedrino, n. wine-drinldog;/. 
vringedrinces xzy. 39. 

wingeard, m, vineyud ; d. fi 
wingeardam 73. 27, xix. 9. 

gewinn, ». contest, war; gewin 
xxvi. 12;^. gewinnes 1 26. 19, 
xxv. 51 ; ^. gewinne 53. 23 &c 
and xxv. 70 ; a. gewin 7. 2. 

gewinna, wm, foe ; pL gewinnan 
106. 4. 

winnan, sv^. strive, endeavour; 
struggle, contend; 98. 10 &c 
and xxv. 67, 69 ; ind. prs. 2 J. 
winsS 16. 26; 3. J. winnef» xxriii. 
57 ; win9 10. 27 SccandiL^, 
xiii. 17 ; //. winna9 42. 10, xi. 
45 &c.; ¥rynnaS iv. 56 (J); pst. 
pi. 7v. sefter wnnnon 139. 13; 
sbj. prs. winne 98. 19 &c;}L 
winnan 146. 12*; prs. p. win- 
nende iii. 4, xi. 34, 41. 

gewinnan, sv^. attain; overcome, 
conquer ; to gewinnanne xix. 44 ; 
pp.gewwanen 36. 20, 54. 5, 115. 
20, i. 17, 28. 

winter, m. winter; 49. I9yxi 59; 
g. wintres xxix. 6a. ; d, on wiotn 
49. 20, 68. 2, 136. 18, xvi. 14; 
a. winter 12. 11, 92. 6;//./. 
wintra 126. 9, i. 29, 44. 15; a. 
winter xxvi. 1 7, xxviii. 26. 

winterdaBg, m. winter day ; d. pi. 
winterdagum 10. 10, iv, 2a 

wintrig, tulj. wintry ; d. pi. win- 
tregum 12. 9. 

wis, adj. wise ; 45. 4 &c. and i. 
51, xxiv. 34 ; wi. wisa 9. 23 &c 
and X. 48 ; /. wis xviii. $; g.wi. 
wisan 45. 11, x. 33 Sec; d. 



GLOSSARY 



319 



wisnm 35. 8, 63. 5 ; wk. wisan 
36. 24 &c. ; a. wisne 62. 15 &c, ; 
wi. wisan x. la ; //. wise 35. 23 
Sec and vii. 41, xxix. 13 ; wk. 
wisan no. 31 ; ads, without art. 
139- 5 ; & wisra 41. 26, 113. 10, 
xzriiL 67 ; d. wisam 139. 9, xx. 
149 ; a, wise 62. 27 ; comp. pi. 
wisran iv. 45 ; sup. pi. wk. 
wisestan 64. 14; a. wk. 39. 22. 

wisdom, m. wisdom, philosophy ; 
fq. used as the name of one of the 
two persons of the dialogue, 8. 16, 
vi. I &c. ; g. wisdomes 22.9 &c. ; 
d. wisdome 40. 28 &c ; a. wis- 
dom 35. 18, vii. 7 &c.; A //. 
wisdomas 18. 5. 

wiae, wf manner; state, con- 
dition; affair; 14. 3, 138. 17; 
g. wisan 51. 20 ; d. 126. 31, 132. 
25; a. 37. II. 

wiBlIoe, adv. wisely; 41. 17, xx. 

gewiss, 1) adj. certain, sme; n. 
gewis 146. 16; a. 145. 32, 146. 
10 ; comp. n. gewisre 86. 12. 2) 
shst. n. certainty ; a. gewis 145. 

3- 
gewiaslioe, adv. with certainty, 

sarely ; gewislice 26. 17, 96. 19, 

148. 10. 
wist, /I provision, sustenance; 77. 

1 1 ; ^. wiste xxv. 39. 
wit, pers. pron. we two ; about 33 

times J 12. 25 &c. and xxvi. 3; 

wyt 78. 19; d. unc 19. 23, 122. 

14 ; a. 82. 25, 88. 32, 100. 29, 

137. « 7. 138. 5- 
wita, torn, councillor, senator ; x. 

44 ; pl' witan 34. 31, 64. 14 ; g. 

witena xv. 5, 12, xix. 7, xx. 3; 

d. witnm 35. 6, 64. 26 ; a. witan 

39. 22, i. 66, ix. 25. 
gewita, wm. witness ; 45. 31. 
witan, svi . blame, reproach ; ind. 

prs. 2.S. witst 19. 12 ; sdj. prs. 

wite Pr. 1 2. 
gewitan, svi. depart; witan xxiv. 

52 ; ind. prs. 3.J. gewiteC xxix. 

II ; gewit 18. 13, 114. 10, II, 

136. 13, XX. 158; //. gewitalS 

20. 28 &c and xxix. 31 ; pst. 



^.pl. gewitan 8. 12*; imp.pl. 
gewitatS 8. 21 ; shf. prs. gewite 
81. 10, 114. II ; pp. gewiten 24. 
30, 33. 15. 

wite, n. ptmishment, torture ; fq. 
113. 22 &C.; g. wites 43. 24 
&c. ; d. wite 36. 26 &c ; on wite, 
undergoing punishment 120. 25 ; 
a. III. 6 &c. ; pi. witu 103. 2, 
125. 8, 134. 5 ; g. wita 20. 20 
&c. and xii. 20; d. witum 7. 15 
&c. ; a. witu 104. 10, 117. 21, 
118. 23. 

gewitldas, adj. senseless, foolish ; 
pi. gewitlease xix. 46. 

gewitlooa, wm. mind ; d. gewit- 
locan X. 12, xii. 26. 

gewitnes, f. cognizance, know- 
ledge; d. gewitnesse 125. 14. 

witnian, wv. punish; 143. 26; 
to witnianne 138. 2 ; ind. prs. 
3.J. witna9 122. 19, 25, 132. 17, 
142. 29; witniatf 122. 19; pst, 
ZJ. witnode 103. 2, 122. 30, 143. 
22 ; //. pi. gewitnode 134. 5 ; 
wk. gewitnodan 121. 3. 

witnung,/. punishment ; 123. 2. 

gewitt, n. reason, understanding; 
gewit 1 1. 30, 1 16. 25 ; ^. gewittcs 

13* 9) 14^* H\ ^' gewitte 128. 
24 ; witte viii. 45 ; a. gewit 13. 
29, no. 14, 116. 25, xxvi. 100 ; 
d. pi. gewittum, minds 20. 11. 

gewittig, adj. rational; //. wk. 
geivittigan 108. 15. 

WTO, i) prep. {fq. foil, c.) l)w.g. 
motion, direction, towards, about 
14 tinus, 8. 27, V. 15 &c. ; smear- 
code wis min 94. 16, cf. 17. 5 ; 
wis Sees ^, with a view to 139. 
25. 2) w.d, a) relation, con- 
duct, towards; 36. 31, 80. 5, ^ 
17. 16, 19. 13. b) compared 
with; 20. 4, 29. 4, 6. c) in ex- 
change for; 66. 26, 77. 8. d)aim, 
with a view to, to gain ; 26. 20, 
44. 29; wiO Ssem 0e, in order 
to 76. 29, 77. 7. e) contrary to ; 
23. 25, 24. 22, 23, 31. 17, iv. 
28. /^ attack, defence, against ; 
7. 1, xiii. 17 &C. g) w. (ge)men- 
gan 33. 29 &c. ; w, lucan 57. 6. 




GLOSSARY 



8) w,a, ; a) direction, towards; 
103. 13. i) relatum, attitude^ 
towards; 80. 3,4; gefersdpe w., 
with III. 10; plegian w. 102. 
1 5. c) compared with \fq, 36. 3, 
vi. 7 &c d) w, (ge)mengan 
/f* 25- 7» "^^* ^ *c. e) €Utack, 
defence y against ; fq. 37. 6 &c. 
and id. 33}Zvi. 34. ii) adv.; a) 
towards; 9. i, 37. 19. d) against; 
98. 19, 109. 13. r) in exchange; 
77. 10. 

wiSowelSan, sv^. contradict, deny ; 
ai. II, 83. 17, 98. 18. 

wifferweard, adj. adverse ; oppo- 
site ;/q. ; /.wk. wiCerwearde 47. 
13 &c. ; n. wi5erweard 25. 3 
8cc. and xi. 41 , 49 ; wk. wiSer- 
wearde 49. 15 ; ^. wiCerweardes 
38. 12, 71. 29, xi. 52 ; a. n. wk. 
wifferwearde 49. 16 ; pi./. wiCer- 
wearda 96. 15; n. wioerweard 
37.18; wk. wiCerweardan 49. 9 ; 
Ca wiSerweardan englas, rebel- 
lious 98. 13; ^. wiSerwearda 
V. 36 ; d. wiSerweardam 37. 
18; com/, pi. wiSerweardran 
38. 19. 

wiSerweardnea, f. opposition ; 
adverseness; 47. 26, 48. 3, 7, 
49. 29, xi. 78 ; d. wiCerweard- 
nesse 14. 23. 

witJforan, /r^/. w.a. before; 136. 
3; wis . . . foran v. 43, xx. 265, 
xxviii. 47. 

wittstandan, svd. w.d. resist, 
oppose: 14- 18; wiCstondan V. 
22 ; ind. prs. 3.J. w. d. and g. 
wi'Wsient, prevents 14. 17. 

wlStan, wv. debase, defile ; //. 
a. gewliX'tne 114. 23. 

wlffitta, wm. disgust, nausea ; d. 
wloettan 30. 19. 

wlano, adj. proud, grand ; //. 
wlance xvii. 6. 

wlatian, wv. impers.ioeX disgust; 
sbj. prs. Ce wlatige 23. 21. 

wlenco,y! prosperity, riches ; //. 
g. wlencea i. 76 ; d. wlencum 
18. 3, 46. 14, X. 28 ; a. wlenca 
V. 31. 

wlitan, svi. look ; xxiv. 10 ; inds 



/rr. 3^. wliteS xxxi 14 ; imf, 
wlit iv. 54. 
wlite, m. brightness, beauty ; si 
27, 72. aS, xxi. 31 ; g. wUtcs 
a8. 39, 39. 14, 31. 2, 113. 5, 
xxviii. 4a ; d. wlite 7a. 9;& 

21. 6, a7. 5, vi. 13, viL 31, xxL 
3a, XXX. 6. 

wlitebeorht. adj. beaatifbl, 
splendid ; d. pi. wlitebeoxhtma 

XXV. 4. 

wlitetorht, cu{j. splendidlj 
bright ; n. xxviii. 60 if. 

wlitiSf €idj» beaatiinl ; xxiv. 43 ; 
f. wk. wlitige XX. 2'^g ; pi wk, 
wlitegan xxix. 39 ; d. wlit^nm 
XV. 3; a. wlitige xix. 9; vi. 
wlitegan xxviii. 6 ; sup. d. fL 
wlitegestum 64. 25. 

wlitigian, tov. form, fashioo; 
ind. prs. 3-f. wlitegat^, gewUte- 
gaC* 131- 5- 

wod, adj, mad, raging; /. wL 
wode III. a8. 

wodSrag, /. fit of madness ; xxr. 

w^dh, 1) adj. wrong ; penrexse ; 
/. w8 iv. 40; n, woh 119, 26; 
wog 1 19. 23 ; ^. woges*, wos 14a 
29 ; a. wk. won 70. 9 ; wooo 1 1. 
31 ; //. wk. won 38. 31 ; a.vk. 
9. 26. 2) sdst. n. wrong; a. 
142. 28; on woh, wrongly 107. 
9, 131. 17 ; on wog 107. 25. 

wohfrexninend, m. evil--doer ; iL 
pi. wohfremmendum ix. 36. 

wdhhffimed, n. fornication, adul- 
tery ; g. wohhsemetes xviii. 2. 

wol, m. pestilence, calamity ; 67. 
22 ; a. 13. I n. 

wolcen, n. cloud ; v. 4; j. 
wolcnes xx. 81 ; //. wolcno 
14. 10; g. wolcna xxviiL 2, 
xxix. 13 ; d. wolcnum i. 76 &c; 
a. wolcnu 18. 13, 105. 9, xxi?. 
10. 

wop, m. weeping; d, wope 23. 

22, ii. 3. 

word, n. word ; speech ; report, 
fame ; a8. 11, 12; d. worde 
Pr. 3 ; a. word Pr. 3 ; pi. ii. 
18 ; ^. worda 8. 9, 68. 19, i. 




8i ; d. wordnm 8. 7 4c. and 
X. 3, ivi. 13; a. word 45. II 
Sec. o«i/riii. I, xxfi. 7g. 
wordbord, n. store of vords; a. 

worn, m, great onmber, molti- 
tude; ix. 7; a. xxvi. 33. 

ironild, /, {/arms ic. o mei/ fq. 
in C, imluding comfminds), 
world \ lire, liretime ; 58. iS 
Sec ; weoiuld n. 61, 171 ; g. 
womlde 9. 1 1, iii. 7 ic. ; 
weonilde 10. 97, u. 151 &c. ; 
weorolile ixiv. 56 ; d. wonilde 
ii.iS, iv. 41 &c.; to wornlde 
48. 30: mere usually weonilde 
10. ], 1. CI Sec. ; wotold 18. 19 ; 
a. worulde v. 45 ; weonilde 

womld II. 6, 13. 15, iS. 11, 
»4. 14, 4J. II, sj. 16, riii, 65, 
xvli. 4, 6, XI. 47, 57 ; worotd 
ii. 58 ; weoiutd 13. 31, 18, 24, 
76. iS: viii. 41, iiviii. i6, xiii. 
14. A^« : to/arms rare in B. 

wonildCtit, /, worldl y possession ; 
g.fl. woraldiehta 37. 19. 

wornld&F, / worldly hoaour, 
good fortnnc ; d. weonildare 
141. 3; a. woruMare 17. 13. 

w(iruldbU([0,y^ worldly occupa- 
tion ; d. pi. weomldbisgnm Pr. 



pi. weomldbucode viii, 35 ; g. 

wonildbuendra iiix. 81; d. 

weomldbaendum ixrii. 17. 
woTulddrrhten, m. l»rd ; g. 

wcoiulddiihines iiix. i, 
woml deBrfoB,n. worldly tronblt; 

g. pi. wotnldenrfoffa v. 39, *ii. 

a6, 3S. 49- 
woruldfrAond, m. earthly fricDd; 

pi. weorulriftynd ii. iG. 
woraldglelp, n. worldly bonsting 

or pride ; d. woioldgyipe 74. 

woculdgttaere, /n.coTctonsmtn ; 



\ARY 331 

wonildsitauiiB, /. coTctonsoeBi ; 

vii , 1 1 1 (/. womldgidianga 115.9. 
woruldgdd, n. worldly good ; pi. 

31. 16 ; d. womldgadDIn 54, 10. 
woruldlio, adj. worldly ; g. 

wotuldlicea 30. 39. 
TToruldluBt, m. worldly desire or 

pleasure; 55. 8, 56. »l ; d. 

wotuldlaste 54. 15, 55. 8; a. 

weonildlnst 76. 38; //. wotidd. 

tuBtas 70. 14 1 g. womldlnsta 

53. 38. 146. 18; d. worald- 

lustum 70. 15. 
woruldmann, m. man ; fl. 

xxviii. TO 1 weoraldmenn 17. 
33; weoitildmea xxviii. 71; 
g. womldmonna 17. 19; 
weomldmonna xxviii. 31; a. 
wornldmeD iv. i;i. 

woTuldnoe, n. earthly kingdom ; 
d. weofuldiice 74. 13. 

womldsSttt, /. worldly pros- 
perity; pi. worgldsnelSn 9 
limit, 8. 9 &c. and ii. 10 ; 
wcoruldgesielCa 37. a3, 134. 
aj ; g. HomldsilBa 17. i, 18, 
31, j;. 13. vii. 51, 54 ; weonild- 
gcsEElSa 54. 10 ; d. woruld- 
sxICum 8. 3, 16. 31, 19. II; 
wonildgeselSutn 39. 10, 54. 19. 
V. 34; a. woraldsielfla 15. t, 
17. 4; womldgesxISa 36. 1, 
13,. 8. 

wornldgBscoaft, /. earthly ctm- 
tuie; //. wonitdgeicearta xi. 
19, 84, 101 ; g. xi. 3 i wcoruld- 
gesceafta nix. 77 ; d. womld- 
gesceaftum So. 10, 36; a. 
wcoruldgcsceafta xx. 139. 

woruldaors,/ worldly care ; //. 
wotntdsorga 8. 31. 9. 13; d, 
womldsorgom 8. 19. 

womldap^d, f. worldly riches; 
a. pi. weomldepeda 11. 3. 

woTuldBeswJao. n. eaithly bard- 
ship; d. pi, weoruldgeswincnm 

woruldBtev, 01. worldly cuilom; 

d. pi. wonildScawum 7. 13. 
woruldSittg, H. worldly affair; 

g. pi. womldSinga 56. 9. 



332 



GLOSSARY 



woraldwela, wm. worldly wealth 

or prosperity ; ^. womldwelan 

24. a, 60. 18; d. 6a. 3a; pi, 

30. 4; ^. weoruldwelena xix. 

26 ; d. womldwelam 74. 2 a. 
woruldwillA, wm, worldly 

desire ; g. woroldwillan 24. 2. 
womldwuniende, adj, dwelling 

in the world ; g. pi. worold- 

wuniendra xiii. 17. 
wraou, /. revenge ; vengeance, 

pnnishnaent; g. wrsece 11 a. 3; 

XXV. 51 ; a. 118. a4. 
wresOy n. exile ; d, wnece 1 16. 

12. 
wrocoa, wm. exile, outcast ; 

wrseccea 13. 18; wrecca 8. 

6*, ia4. 25, ii. 3; a. wrseccan 

X. 38; wreccan 105. 27*. 
wrseosiS, m. exile, misery ; d. 

wrsecsiSe a a. 11. 
wr»c8tdw, /. place of exile or 

confinement ; 24. 31. 
wT£nnea, f. lewdness, lechery ; 

93. 16, 109. 9 ; g. wrsennesse 

71. 30, III. 28, XXV. 41; d. 

70. 18, 71. 30. 
wraitSan, itrv. support ; ind, prs. 

3.J. wrteSeff 49. 7*. 
wrSS, cuij. angry, hostile; wk. 

wraCa xviii. 2 ; d. pi. wraCum 

xxvi. 76 ; comp. n. wraCre 1 38. 

ai. 
wrSSe, adv. fiercely; grievously; 

7. 9, vii. 52, 54, xxix. 87, 89. 
wrecan, sv^. punish; sbj, prs. 

wrcce 104. 4, 123. 31, ix. 36; 

wrsece 143. 22 ; //. wrecen 

102. 24 ; pp. gewrecen 121. 2. 
wrdgan, wv, accuse; sbj. prs, 

wrege 123. 17. 
wrenc, m, trick, wile ; d, pi, 

wrencum 10. 22, iv. 47, 
wrelSian, wv. prop up, support ; 

ind. prs. ^.pl, wretJiaC xi. 34. 
wrigian, wv. move forward, 

hasten, tend ; ittd, prs, 3.5. 

wrigaff 57. 23, 28, xiii. 10, 65. 
wringan, jz/3. squeeze, press out; 

win wringan 12. 10. 
WTitan, svi, write ; sbj. pst. pi. 

writon 44. 8'*'. 



gewiit, n, writing; //. gevrito 

44.6. 
wTitere, m. writer; //. writens 

44. 8 ; g. wntera 44. r. 
gewrizle, n, change, altematioo ; 

4Q. a6, 125. la ; a, 49. i;,xi 

wudu, m. wood, forest; timber; 

91. 13, loi. 27, xiii. 50; widn 

x"i- 55; S' "froAz, 57. 19; 

wudes viii. 20 ; d. wnda 57. 16; 

loa. 4, 117. 29, 127. 13, xiz. 

5, 18; a. 91. 19*; wndu 91. 

19, a3, !oo. 6 ; //. wudas 102. 

5; g. wuda 91. 17, XX. a5i; 

d, wudum 42. 29, 73. 31. 
wudoftigol, OT. forest bird ; fi. 

wudufuglas 57. 15, xiii. 35. 
WT ihhimg , f, hiTj^ madness; /. 

wuhhunge 39. 30*. 
wuldor, n. glory; 56. 21, 68.7. 

1 1 ; wuldur 68. 9 ; g. wuldrei 

xxvL 45, xxix. 6; d. wuldre 

xvii. 29; a. wuldor 68. 12. 
wuldoroyning, m, king of glory; 

XX. 162. 
wulf, m. wolf; 114. 26; d, fi. 

wulfiim xxvi. 79 ; wulfan 116. 

19*. 
gewuna, wm, habit, custom; 15. 

17 &c. ; g, gewunan 57. I3, 

60. I ; d, 34. 23, viL I ; tf. 17. 

27, xiii. 27. 
wund, adj, wounded ; a, wuodoe 

viii. 35. 
wundian, wv. wound ; pp. ge- 

wuadod 34. 4. 
wundor, n. wonder; 69. ao, 

xvii. 7 &c. ; wundur xx. 117: 

wunder 80. 8*, xxviii. 82 ; L 

pi, wund rum used as adv. 

wonderfully, 24. 25, iv. 20, xxv. 

4, xxix. 17. 
wundorlic, adj. wonderful; xz. 

3, xxi. 31; wunderlic 79. !©•; 

If. wundorlic 47. 11, xix. 20 

&c ; wunderlic 35. 32*, 79. 

30*; a. y! wundorlice 100. 10; 

n. wundorlic 100. 12, 28; inxt. 

wundorlice 80. 2a ; ^. //. wun- 

dorlicra xx. 1 01. 
wiindorlioe, adv. wondeifiilly: 




GLOSSARY 



5 Sec ; Himdcrlice 



wundriui, av. vi.g. wonder («t), 
admire; loi. 6&c. ; towundri- 
guine sS. iS ; lo wimdiiaiiiie 
104. 4 ; 10 wyndrtanne 71 
iitd. prt. i-». vmndrige : 
&c. ; 1,1. wnodiBit T45. • 
WDodnS Si. 33, 11. 333 &c. ; 
^/. wondriaB 39. 14, nviii. 50 
&c. ; fsl. tj. wuodrode 1 
19; i.i. 98. 17; sij. , 
wundiige iiH. II, 143. ^, 
145- 1, xivili. a, 40 ; wandrie 
■ - I. 18, 



91.8 



"9- 'Ti 



xxriil. 6 ; ^. wnndrigen 18, 3 

71. 30, 91. 9 ; wmidrien 19. 3 ; 

fsl. wnndrode 115. 13. 
gewunella, aJj. casXamaxy, &m- 

iliai;«. 37. I7;gewunlic9i. 15. 
wnnian, mv. dwell ; abide,remaiD ; 

li. 1 7 «., 56, ixii. 95 ; gewunian 

116. II 1 wnoigan 130. 10; 

gcwnnigan ii. 19; gewunigen 

10. 13, vi. (7 &c. i //. wuDiaS 
*5. IJ. li. 4 Sic; wunigatf vii. 
38 ; /I/. 3 J. wunode II6. 4, ix. 
38 Sec. ; //. wnnedon ix. 243 ; 
/r/./. wnniende il. 8,37. 11 ; 
wnnigende 95. 14 ; fji. gewunod, 
accuslomed 8. 3. 
WTiiaum, adj. plcawnt ; /■ wjd- 
sumu 15. 8; wynsum 137. 7, 
IJ, 138. 13, III. 18; «. wyn- 
sum 33. 17, 86. 11; gewun- 
tum 70. 19; f, wynsames 64. 
JO; ^. W't- wynsuman 138. 36; 
a. f. wynsume xiii. 19; wk. 
>38. »5. '39-3: lemf./.vyo. 
sumre lii. 30; «. 57. 19, 65. 



wyDsuroran 138. 39. 
wynBumlloe, adv. pleasantly; 

54-8- 
wyiuuiiiiiea. / delighifu loess, 

pleasanlnesb ; d. wyoiuoiDesse 

50. 8, 13. 
wyiaan, vni. na 



3=3 



3 &c.; 



73; to wyicanae 40. 
W wytcenoe 40. »5» ; ind. pn. 
t.s. wyrcest u. 87 ; werceM i\. 
IB; i-s. vyriXtS iv. 38; wyrcB 
3S. 4 fiCc; witcS 135. 6; pi. 
wyrcaC S6. 30; gewercaB 87. 



geworhtest 39: ii»* See. am/ia. 
'4i 44i 3-J'- worhte 30. 31 Sec 
atid ix. 1 ; geworhte Pi. 9 ; 
weorhle 39. i8" ; f/, worblon 
99-4. '39- '5; J*/. /". wyice 
J &c. aifi/ vii. 31 ; fip. 






, 13s- 8 



witnm geworht, subjected 
3u. 18 1 /. getvoihtes 39. 31; 
//. ». geworhte 96. 16 ; g. gc- 
woibtra 1:. 17. 
wrrd, y. fate; ^. 10. iS, i. 39 
&C. ; weord 11. 6*; g. wyrdc 
ftc; d 33. 3 



&c. , 



„, . 3 ; witde iy. 49 ; wyid 
uiual form 11. 31 &c 
gewyrhl, H. desert, merit ; only in 
d. fl. gewyihlum II. 7 &c ; 
butan gewyrhtam, undeservedly 
50. 19 a:c. ; be hi» gewyrhtum 
68. 37 aic. ; g'. ix. 36 ; be 
geweoihlQm xivii, 37 ; leAer 






4&C 



wyrhtK, wtn. maker, creator ; 

wyihtan 13. 17, 30. 31. 
wyrni, m. rcplile;/>/. wynlia»36. 9. 
wjit,f. vegetable, planl ; 91. 13 ; 

a. 91. 19; //. g. wyita 83. 6, 

91. 16, viii. 30, XI. >5l; iC 

wyjtum 91 10 i a. wjrta 33. 

j8, 91.33, xi. 57. 
WTTtruma, ■aim. root; d. fl. 

wyitramum 91. 36, 31. 
wyrtwalian, wv. nprool ; sij. 

frs. wyrtwalige 61. 8*. 
gtwjaoan, nw. wi»h ; 117. 33. 



jta\ ]) ad), bad, evil; wk. ylcla 
14'. 135. 5*, IV. 1; yflaio?. 
4 &c. and ivui. 1 ; /. yfcl 137. 




3^4 



38; g, yfles 132. 38 &c.; wk, 
yfelan 113. 28; d. yfelum 38. 
32, 124. 15. 134. 14 ; wk. yflan 
121. 13, xxii. 32 ; a. yfclne v. 
28, viii. 38 ; wk. yflan 14. 20, 
133. 30; n. yfel xii. 28; //. 
yfele 24. 12 &c. and iv. 37 ; 
yfle commoner form in C, 
107. 4 &c. ; wk, yfelan 62. 11 
&c. ; yflan more fq. in Cy 106. 
5 &c. ; ^. yfeira 10. 24 ; wk. 
yflena no. 2 &c. ; yfelana 133. 
20; d. yflum 107. 21 &c aM^/ 
iv. 35, xxvii. 30; yfelnm 120. 
12* ; a. wk. yfelan 14. 19 &c. ; 
comp. wyrsa 63. 9*, 69. 13, 131. 
30, XXV. 39; wirsa 67. 22 ; n. 
wyrse 46. 27 &c am/ x. 57, 
XXV. 67 ; a. wyrsan 63. 7 »., 71. 
23 ; n. wyrse 22. 3 ; //. wyrsan 

32. 20 &c. ; wyrson 134. 21 ; 
a. wyrsan 32. 14 ; su/. wyrresta 

33. 4; n. wyrrest 120. 23; ^. 
wk. wyrrestan 119. 18; d. wk. 

34. 22, 37. 25 ; d. pi. wyrrestum 
61. 15, 134. 9 (wyrstan B) ; 
wyrrestan 37. 25. 2) sbst. n. 
evil; 37. 21 &c. afid i. 55; g. 
yfeles 119. 7, 17, ix. 52 ; yfles 

113. 22, 31, 120. II ; d. yfle 
109. 14 &c. and XXV. 60; a, 
yfel 37. 12 &c. aftd xxii. 17; 
eofel 18. 27*«.; pi.g.yieXsi 14. 
25*, 71- I4» vii. 43; yfla 137. 
13, V. 41, XXV. 44; d. yfelum 
118. 23*; yflum 7. 10 &c. ; a. 
yflu 27. 10*: yfel 7. 14*. 134. 
20. 

yfele, adv. badly, wrongly ; 7. 9, 
17. 12 ; comp. wyrs 35. 6; sup. 
wyrst xxiv. 60. 

yfelnes, f. badness, wickedness ; 

114. 21. 

yfelwillende, adj. evilly disposed, 

wicked; 122. 21, 24; //. tvk. 

yfelwillendau 112. 16; a. 

yfelwillende 34. 5 ; wk. yfcl- 

willendan 117. 2. 
yfelwyrcende, adj. evil-doing ; 

122. 22, 25. 
yfemest, adj. sup. of nferra ; 

xxiv. 23 ; yfemcsS xiii. 63 ; 



3rfmest xxiv. 20\ f, jitweA 57. 
27 ; n. 80. 10, XX. 84. 

yflian, wv. ill-treat, injure; iW. 
prs. 3.J. yflatJ 123. 9, 10; /*/. 
1.5. yflode 12a. 32; sbj. prs. 
yflige 1 19. 23. 

ymb (ymb mvre fq. in C tka 
ymbe; ym 31. i »., 142. 25; 
emb 17. 3, 74. 17 ; embe86.i3, 
18, 104. 20), 1) prep. VA. 
a) motion, round ; 1 26. 7, xxviii 
9, 22; ymbe xx. an. i) cob- 
ceming, about {fAe usual mem- 
i*^i) \ fy' 12. 21, viii. 32 &c; 
ymbe 18. 17 &c. and viii. 31. 
r) time \ ymb tfritig wintra, cvenr 
thirty years 126. 9, cf. xxviiL 
25 f 39 ! ynibe sticce, after a time, 
from time to time 100. 7 ; ymbe 
long, at great length 135. 23. 
d) in connexion with, about; 
swincan ymbe 87. 26 &c. ; ymb 
^ bion, busy, occupied with 12- 
26, cf. 92. 31 ; siredon j-mb. 
against 36. 19, cf. 70. 24; doQ 
ymbe hine, towards 37. i. 2 
adv. same senses as {\)\ 16. 19, 
127. 4, XX. 27, xxviii. 6; ymbe 
36. 22, i. 59, xix. I, xxviii. 24, 
xxix. 41. 

ymbbletan,*ie/r. curb; //. ymlc- 
bseted xxiv. 37. 

ymboierran, wv. revolve round; 
ind. prs. 3.J. ymbcerreS xxviii. 
14; //. jrmbcirred xxviii. 26. 

ymbolyppan, wv. embrace : ind. 
prs. 3.J ymbclyppeC xi. 35 ; //. 
ymbclyppaC ix. 40. 

ymbfon, rv. surround, encompass; 
ind. prs. 3.J. ymbfeht? 53. i ; //. 
ymbfangen 13. i. 

ymbgyrdan. tt/v. engirdle; ird. 
prs. 3. J. embegyrt ix. 41. 

ymbhabban, wv. surround; ind. 
prs. 3.J. ymbhoeft? 53. i*. 

ymbhoga, wm. care, anxiety ; viL 
53 ; g' ymbhogan 27. 4 ; pi. g. 
ymbhogena vii. 36 ; ymbhogoDa 
xvi. 6 ; d. ymbhogum 52. 18, 55. 
20 ; a. ymbhogan 67. 29, 95. 1, 
vii. 28. 

ymbhweorfan, sv%. go round, 




GLOSSARY 



395 



tcvoItc Touod ; ind. frt. t.s. 
ymbhweorfest 10. »* ; ymb- 
bweoifest it. 4 (J) ; 3.1. ^mb- 
hveorfeO nviii. 13; frs. p. 
ymbhweoriende 18. 7. 

ymbhwierfan, nw. reTolve round; 
ind. frs. ■},.t. ymbhwetfelS ucviii. 
4«. : ymbhwriiV IJJ. ja'ii. 

ymbhwyrfb, m. revolatlon, orbit ; 
circuit, compass; g. ymbbweorf- 
le* loij. i3; a. ymbllwyTft 41. 

30; ymbhweift uviii. 1 1 ; ymbe- 

hwetft uviLi. S. 
ymblioKkn, svl- smround ; ind. 

frt. i.pl. ymbelit^ u. 77. 
ytDbHCrltlaii, jvi, revolve round; 

ind.prt. jj. ymbscrifieB II. 108. 
rmbaioD, till,, looli round; sbj. 

Pst. J.I. ymbwwe i. 5. 
jmbBittend, m. oeigbboui ; g. pl. 

ymbsictend^ xiv. 14. 
jmbitandui, n^. lurroucd ; //. 



//■ ymbitindene iii. 14 n.; 
ymbeitBiidoe nv. 7. 

rmbSenaan, vm. reflect upon; 
tbj.ptt. 3 J. ymbeSohte i. 4. 

ymbiiUkn, 1) ado. aroncd, about; 
I3<». Jl.ii. 140,171,171,174; 
swiffe leorrui yrabnUu, very 
circnitonsly 137. 33; ymbenlan 
XIV. j8. %)pTip.; d) w.d.;fiill. 
t.97. 18, 108.10, us. j; ut«n 
ymb II. 307. b) w.a. 15. 14, 
viii. 14, 53, uii. 7, 15 ; ytnbnton 
95. 1* ; ymbeotan Ico. lo. 

JM, /. tempest, stoim ; 11. 7, vi. 
14 ; pd.j%ti V. 9 ; i". HI. i j ; d. 



fiirthestoiilaide;jl/.iBi.ytrae»lan 
I. 93; Dtemestan 4A. tl. 
f%, f. wave ; uvi. 30, nviii. s7 J 
pl. yBa IJ4. 4, MVii. 3 ; g. J7. 
j6, Ia6. 19; d. ySum lo. 17, 
14.13,89.10, iv.i6, Hi. 14- 



INDEX OF PROPER NAMES 



"♦4- 



N.B. Head-words are not normalised^ but actually occur in the text. 
For adjectives formed from proper names see Glossary, 



iBlfred, Pr. i ; MPr. i. 
iBtna, 34. 8, 28'*' ; £tne 34. 28, 

viii. 48. 
AfflrioanaSy Africans, a, pi, 37. 

6 ; Africanasy Africas 37. 7 n, 
Agamemnon, xxvi. 10; Agame- 

non 115. 17*. 
Aloibiadis, 72. 30. 
Alerio, i. 7, 19 ; Eallerica 7. 2*. 
Amnling, i. 71 ; Amulinga 7.6*. 
Antonie, Antonius d. 67. 2 ; 

Antoniose, Ontoniose 66. 30. 
Apollinus, Apollo, 1 16. 1 n. , xxvi. 

34 ; g. Apollines 115. 23, 116. 2, 

xxvi. 32, 51. 
Ariatoteles, 140. 8 ; Aristotelis, 

Aristodelis 73. i. 
Arrianes, Arrianus, g. i. 40. 
Astralogium, 41. 23. 
Augustus monOe, 12. 7'*'; g. 

Agustes ib. 
AulixeSy 115. 15, 17, 116. 8, xxvi. 

5» I5» a^ 58- 

B. 

Babilonia, 99. 11. 

Booties. /^r Bootes, the constella- 
tion 126. 8*; Boetes xxviii. 27. 

Boetius, 7. 12, 8. 15, 38. 6, 50. 
6, 58. 25, 29, 59. 7, 10, 12, 62. 
2, 18, i. 77; Boitius i. 52; 
Beotius 21. 10* ; g. Boeties 50. 
6, 103. 22, 139. 17. 

Bosiridem, Busiris, d. 36. 29. 
, Bretene, Britain, a. xx. 19. 

Brutus, 46. 22, X. 47. 



O. 

Oaron, Charon, 102. 17. 
Oassius, 46. 23. 
OatOy 46. 23 ; Catoo z. 51. 
Catulus, the consul, confounded 
with Catullus the poet, 61. 17, 

a I, 23. H- 
Cauoaseas, the Caucasns momi- 

tains, 43. 9. 
Oeruerus, Cerberus, 102. 14 «,; 

Aruerus B. 
Cham, Ham, 99. 8; Chaam B; 

g. Chames, Chaames 99. 8. 
Chus, Cush, 99. 7; ^.Chuses 99. 7. 
Ciooro, 43. 7, 143. 6. 
Circe, xxvi. 56; Kirke 116. 3*. 
Cirus, Cyrus, 18. 19. 
Oonstentinopolim, d, s, 7. 20*. 
Crecas, Greeks; Creacas i. 48; 

g. Creca 7. 20, 18. 18, loi. 34, 

i. 68, xxvi. II, 14, 19; d. 

Crecum 141. 11, i. 26, xxx.i; 

a. Crecas i. 2 1 , 63 ; Creacas i. 56. 
Crist, 27. 7, viii. 17, x. 37; d 

Criste i. 32. 
Groeses, Croesos*, Croesns, /. 

18. 18. 

D. 

Deira, Dura, 99. 10*. 



Eallerioa, v. Alerio. 
Bgyptum, Egyptians, d, pi, 36. 

29. 
Epioourus, Epeccurus 55. 8. 



INDEX OF PROPER NAMES 



327 



SSroulos, Hercules, 36. 33, 127. 

II. 
Burudioe, loi. 26. 
BurupideB, 70. 30*. 

P. 

Piflioa* Aristotle's treatise, 140. 9. 
Prigilius, Virgil, 141. la; g, 
Firgilies 141. la »., xxx. a. 



a. 



Gota, Goth, i. 19, 45 ; n. pi. 
Gotan 7. I, i. I ; ^. Gotene i. 5 ; 
Godena i. 38 ; a, Gotan i. a 3. 



lenualem, 11. 18. 

Indeuzn, Indians, d.pl. 67. 31 ; a, 

Indeas xvi. 18. 
lob, Jove, Juppiter, 98. a7, 115. a3 ; 

g. lobes 36. 33, 115. a3, a7, 

ia7. II, xxvi. 35,47. 
lohannes (9one papan), 7. 11, i. 

Italia, 7. 3, i. 15, viil 50. 
Ithaoige, Ithaca, 115. 16. 
Ixion, loa. a9. 

Ii. 

IieDdenwarum, lAtins, Romans, 

d.pl. 141. I a. 
Ifouita, Lapithse, g, pi, loa. 

30. 
Iiiberius, iy error for Latin 
libemm, 30. 17 (Tiberius B). 



M. 



Maroua, (o9re naman Tuliius) 
143. 5 ; g. Marcuses 43. 6. 

Montgiop, the Alps ; d. i. 14 ; a, 
i. 8. 

Nefirod, Nimrod, 99. 6, 7, 8. 

Nensar, v. Sennar. 

Neron, 39. 18, 64. 24, ^^. a3, ix. 



a, xy. I ; d. Nerone 34. a4, 67. 

a, iz. 44. 
NUuB, 37. 3. 

Noes, Noah, g. 34. 30, 99. 8. 
Nonium, ^ 61. 18. 

O. 

Oinerus, Homer, 141. 11, 13, 

xxx. I, 5. 
Orpheus, 103. 10; Orfeus loi. 

25- 

P. 

Pesrsa, Persians,^.//. 18. 19. 
Papinianua, Papianus, d^, 30. 
Paroas, Parcae, Fates, confounded 

with Furies ioa-23. 
Parmenidea, (se sciop) loi. 3. 
PaiKum, Parthians, d,pl, 43. i a. 
Plato, 9. a3, 79. 4; 95. 20, as; 

Platon xxii. 54; g, Platones 

loi. 14, no. 30. 
Ptoloineua, ^. 41. a 7. 

B. 

Bedgod, Radagaisus, i. 7 ; Rsed- 
got i. 19 ; Ra^gota 7. a. 

Begulus, 37. 5. 

Betie, Rhsetia, error for Neritia ; 
1 15* 16; ^« 3avi. 8. 

Bom, Rome, i. 19 ; ^. Rome 61. 
a4 ; Rome byrig 35. a, i. 46 ; 
a, Rome burg 39. 19. 

Bomana, Romans, g* pi, 7. i ; 
34.31,39. aa, 43. 6,8,46. 24, 
50. 7, 64. 12, 112. 2a, 143. 7, 
i. 17, ix. 10, 25, X. 44; Romane 
7. 3* ; </. Romanum 7. 7 ; a. 
Romane ix. 14. 

Bomwara, Romans, g,pl,j\<S. aa, 
i. 34, ix. 3; d, Romwarum 61. 
ao, i. 49, 69. 

8. 

Satumus, the god^ 115. a8, xxvi. 
48 ; g, Satumes 98. 27 ; the 
planet, 126. 9, xxviii. 25; g, 
105. 12 ; a. Satumus xxiv. ai. 

SoiBoeaa, Scythians, 43. 10. 



328 




INDEX OF PROPER NAMES 



SoiWis, i. 2\ d, SciOOiu Tosn^St 

7.1*. 
Seneoa, 66. 25, 67. i. 
Sennar*, Nensar, Shinar, 99. 9. 
Seuerinus, 50. 7. 
SiciUa, 7. 4, 34. 9, i. 15, viii. 50 ; 

d, 34. 39. 
Simachus, Symmachus, 22, 5; 

g. Simaches 22. 12. 
SUooet, V. Ticoiet. 

T. 

Tantalus*, Tantulas 102. 31. 
Tiooies*, Stiooeti Titjnis, g, 

103. I n. 
Torewinea, Tarquiniusi g, 34. 

Troia barg, ix. i6,xxvi. 20; Trogia 
burg 39. 20*; Trioia gewin 
XXVI. 12. 

Troiana, Trojans, g, pi, 115. 14. 

Tullius, 43. 7, 143. 6. 

Tyle, Thule, 67. 32*; Tile xvi. 

'5. 



Beodrio, 7. 5, 6, 14, 23, i. 71 ;|: 
Diodrices 02. 8 ; d. Deodrice ^ 
23,62. 12, i. 30. 

Draoia, loi. 23 ; g. xxri. 7, 23, 

59- 



Una, the constellation of Uk 
^f!^t 135* a9f xxix. 14. 



Welandet, the legendary smith 

Weland, ^. x. 33, 35, 43; 

WeIondes46. 17, 20*. 
Wendelud, Mediterranean, i. 

115. 22 ; a. xxvi. 31. 
'Westsexna, West -Saxons, g, fl 

MPr. 2. 



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