nemnan
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nemnan
. I. add: Monega eá sindon be noman nemnede for ðǽm gefeohte, Ors. 2, 4; S. 72, 12. Ia. with cognate accusative Þú nemst bys naman Hǽlend, Mt. 1, 21. II. add Þ héhste gód þe wé nemnaþ God, Bt. 39, 7 ; F. 220, 31. Þone swylcne seócne lǽcas nemniað gewitleásne, Gr. D. 247, 14. Hér wé magon gehiéran, ðá hé be ðǽm wróhtgeornan secgean wolde, ðæt hé hine nemde se áworpna, Past. 357, 23. Gíf þú swá gewlǽtne mon métst . . . , ne miht ðú hine ná mid rihte nemnan man, ac neát (hominem aestimare non possis), Bt. 37, 4; F. 192, 13. IV. add: 1. to mention a subject (person or thing) Þonne ðú gehýrst nemnan þone Fæder, þonne understenst ðú þæt hé hæfð Sunu. Eft þonne þú cwyst Sunu, þú wást þæt hé hæftð Fæder, Hml. Th. i. 284, 10. Ðú sǽdest ðú nystest ǽlcre gesceafte ende; ac wite nú is ǽlcre gesceafte ende þú self ǽr nemdest, is God, Bt. 34, 12 ; F. 154, 14. IV a. to mention the name of a person, mention by name :-- Se Hǽlend spræc be ðám rícan, 'Sum ríce man wæs.' Eft be ðám wǽdlan, 'Sum ðearfa wæs geháten Lazarus' . . . Ne nemde se Hǽlend þone welegan, ac ðone wǽdlan, 6. IV b. with cognate accusative, to give the name of :-- Hé his yldrena naman nemde he gave the names of his parents, Hml. S. 23, 683. v. tó-nemnan.
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