ge-ánlǽcan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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ge-ánlǽcan
Add:I. to unite one person to another, unite persons as associates Feówer þeóda hine underféngon tó hláforde, Peohtas and Bryttas, Scottas and Angli, swá swá God hí geánlǽhte tó ðám, Hml. S. 26, 107. Hé wearð geánlǽht mid geleáfan tó ðám hálgan were, 19, 103. Geán-lǽht ascissitur (militonum catenis ), An. Ox. 4178. Wǽron þá fyrmestan heáfodmenn Hinguar and Hubba, geánlǽhte, þurh deófol, Hml. S. 32, 30. l a. intrans. To join together in an undertaking :-- Geánlǽhtan conspiraverant , Wrt. Voc. ii. 134, II. II. to get together, collect, assemble Geánlǽhte Lisias fíf and sixtig þúsenda fyrdendra þegena, Hml. S. 25, 362.
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