Author: March, Francis Andrew, 1825-1911
Year published: 1883
Publisher: New York Harper
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ard fortreden, and heofenes fugelas hit frton. And sum feol ofer Jone stan, and hit forscranc, for-Jam- 3e hit paitaii naefde. And sum feol on Ja Jornas, and Ja fornas hit for rysm6don. And sum leol on gode eordan, and porhte hundfealdne paestm. Mark iv., 3-9. Ut code se sdere his s d to sapenne, and Ja he seop, sum feol pid )one peg, and fugelas comon, and hit fra? ton. Sum feol ofer stan-scylian, Ipsbr hit nsefde mycele eordan, and sonn up code, forjam hit najfde eordan J)icnesse. Pa hit up code, sec sunne hit forspailde, and hit for-scranc, for )am hit pyrtruman nasfde. 1. Sum, a, 136, 3, so English some in the plural; man, man, 84; his, from he, 130; s d, cs, n., seed, ace. sing.; scop, sowed, imp. ind., from sdpan, imp. seop, seopon, p. p. sdpen, conj. 5, 20S; pa, when; past, that, from se, 133; fe6l, fell, imp. ind. sing., 3d, from feallan,,-Hnp. fedl, femlon, p. p. feallen, conj. 5, 208; pid pone iveg, along the way, 359; peard fortreden, was trodcleu out, passive, imp. ind., sing., 3d., from for-tredan, imp.-trssd,-trtidon, p. p.-treden, conj. 1, 199, for-, Ger. ver-, 254; heofenes, heavens, from heofon, 79; fugeld, fowls, from fuyol, T9; hit, it, from M, 130; fr- ton, ate up, imp. ind. pi., 3d, from fr-etan, imp.-set,- ton, p. p.-eten, conj. 1, 199, fr- for-, 254; ofer pone stn, over th stone, on the rock; for-scranc, shrank away, imp. ind. sing., 3d, from for-scrincan, imp.-scra-nc,-scruncon, p. p. scruncen, conj. 1, 201; for-patti-pe, for this that, because; ptan, wet, moisture, from p ta, n, m., 95; nsafde, had not, ne--hxfde, imp. of habban, 45, 222; ovi pd pornds, among the thorns, porn, es, m., 341; for-prysmodon, choked out, fromor-pnjsmian, imp.-prysmode, p. p., prysmod, conj. G; gode eordan, good earth, Bing. ace.; porhte, worked, produced, imp. sing., 3d, from pyrcan, imp. porhte, porhton, p. p. geporht, conj. 6, 211; hundfealdne psestm, hundred-fold fruit, hundfeald, adj., strong form, 103. Ut code, out yode, went forth, ...
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