duguþ
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duguþ
Add: The word is sometimes masc. I. virtue, excellence Sinope tó eácan hiere hwætscipe and hiere monigfealdum duguþum hiere líf geendade on mægðháde Sinope singulorum virtutis gloriam perpetua virginitate cumulavit, Ors. 1, 10; S. 46, 25. Sé wǽre wierðe ealra Rómána onwaldes for his monigfealdum duguðum vir strenuus et probus, atque Augusto dignus, 6, 35; S. 292, 16. II. power, strength Þonne land wurðeð for sinnum forworden and þæs folces duguð swíðost fordwíneð, þonne féhð seó weáláf synna bemǽnan, Wlfst. 133, 12. God lét Engla here ... Brytta dugeðe fordón mid ealle, 166, 20. III. in a collective sense of persons. 1. a strong body of people, host (especially in a military sense) Duguðes (duguðe, Wülck. Gl. 442, 1), militiae, Wrt. Voc. ii. 55, 18. Gehýr mé, dugoþa cásere, Bl. H. 175, 11. Þú, þonne, dugoþa cyning, 177, 1. 2. a body of great men, nobility, retainers of a chief, a senate Ealdermanna duguð senatus, Wrt. Voc. i. 18, 38. Ælfún abbod and þegenas ǽgðer ge of Eást-Cent ge of West-Cent, eal seó duguð, Cht. Th. 302, 30. Hé beád eall folc cóme and eal seó dugoþ Rómána folces, Bl. H. 187, 13. Eóde Porrus se kyning mé on hond mid ealle his ferde and dugoþe. Nar. 19, 17. Þǽr gelífde sum ríce man mid ealre his duguðe, Chr. 627; P. 25, 24. Dugheþe senatu, An. Ox. 4041. 3. men who are good for something, the flower of a people Þǽr wearð ofslagen Eádnóð biscop and Wulsige aƀƀ. and Godwine ealdorman ... and eall se dugoð (seó duguð (-að), v. ll. ) on Angelcinne, Chr. 1016; P. 152, 8. On ðǽm swicdóme wearþ Numantia duguð gefeallen Numantini, interfectis suorum fortissimis, bello cedunt, Ors. 5, 3; S. 222, 8. IV. a benefit, good, what does good to a person Ðám hé geúðe ǽlcere dugeðe gif Maxentius him wolde ábúgan, Hml, Th. ii. 304, 19. Ús gedafenað tó dónne dugeðe on sibbe mid éstfullum móde menniscum gesceafte, 318, 16. [v. N. E. D. douth.]
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