ge-andettan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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ge-andettan
Add:I. to confess, acknowledge wrong-doing, weakness, &c. Geondeton (confitentes ) synna hiora, Mt. L. 3, 6. Geandet swá hwætt swá þú þáron wite, Ll. Lbmn. 414, 34. I a. as ann α. trans. Þæt hié heora synna cunnon onrihtlíce geandettan, Bl. H. 43, 16. Hit geandettan and bétan, Wlfst. 34, 17. Búton hit ǽr geandet and gebét wǽre, 25, 15. β. reflex. Þǽm mannum þe heora synna and unrihtes geswícaþ, and hié (or hié may refer to synna) Gode and heora scriftum geandettiaþ, Bl. H. 193, 23. II. to admit for oneself in assertion, concede, allow Ðe ilca geondete lomb niomende synno middangeardes ipsum fatetur agnum tollentem peccata mundi , Jn. p. 3, 6. Geondate (giondetted. R.) confessus est, Jn. L. l, 20. ðá ídlo hiá . . . geondetad sint ut inutiles se . . . fateantur , Lk. p. 9, 7. III. to confess, declare one's belief that Gif hwelc hine giondette (geondetate, L.) Críst si quis eum con-fiteretur Christum , Jn. R. 9, 22. Sé ðe ðe ilca Godes suna bið geondetað qui eum Deifilium confitetur , Jn. p. 3, 10. IV. to confess a person or thing, acknowledge as having a certain character, declare one's faith in Mannes geþanc þé geandet, R. Ben. 24, 17. Sé ðe geondetas meh before monnum. Mt. L. 10, 32. Sel folcum crístinum ðá ðe giondetað (quae profitentur ) tó ongeattanne, Rtl. 15, 15. V. to make acknowledgement of a benefit to a person, give thanks or praise Ðió giondet-ade (geonditteð, L.) Drihtne haec confitebatur Domino , Lk. R. 2, 38. On niht árísan and Drihtne geandettan, R. Ben. 40, 14. v. un-geandett.
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