gyte
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gyte
Add:1. a flood of water, downpour of rain Gyte inun-datio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 111, 63: 45, 63. Swá mycel yðgiung and regnes gyte (inundatio) forþ cóm, Gr. D. 167, 25. 2. a shedding of tears Hwí ne feormast þú mid teára gyte torne synne? cur tua non purgas lacrymis peccata profusis f, Dóm. L. 79. Bóte dón mid teára gytum and mid gebedum, Wlfst. 264, 13. 3. a flux of blood Blódes gytt sanguinis projiuvium, Mk. p. 3, 7. Sum earm wíf wæs geswenct þurh blódes gyte, Hml. Th. ii. 514, 27. 4. effusion, shedding of blood, shed in blood-shed Gyte blódes on sace ofermádigra effiisio sanguinis in rixa superborum, Scint. 83, 7. Þæt hí heora handa fram ðám blódes gyte ne wiðbrúdon, Hml. Th. i. 88, 5 : Nap. 22, 25. Hit getácnað gefeoht and gete (effusionem) blódes, Archiv, cxx. 50, 15. v. blód-gyte, in-gyte, wæter-gyte.
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