nówend
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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nówend
es; m. A skipper, mariner, sailor Þis is se heáhengel sanctus Michael and se ǽðela nówend and se gleáwa frumlida . . . sé ðe rhid heofonlicum wælum his scip gefylleð, An. Ox. 32, note. His nówent (nauta), þám wæs nama Uaracc . . . se nówent rihte lytle scip þe wiþhindan þám máran scipe gefæstnod wæs. Þá wearð se ráp tóbrocen, and hé onweg gewát. . . Þý þryddan dæge þá þá se biscop ne geseah ætýwan . . . þone nówent (nautam) . . . hé hine deádne gelýfde . . . Þá onwegánumenum þám nówende . . . se biscop férde . . . and þá þá hé cóm tó Rómána hýþe hé gemétte þone ylcan nówent (nautam), Gr. D. 346, 35 — 347, 16. Nówendes, steórmannes naucleri, An. Ox, 32. Nówendes naucleri, nauclerus est dominus nauis, 5, 8: 7, 12 : 8. 6. Þá hwíle þe þá rówendas (nówentas, v. l. ) þæs scipes gegearwodon óþre geréþru dum nautae navis armamenta repararent, Gr. D. 306, 3, Ðára nornementa (nówenta?) nautarum, Txts. 181, 53.
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