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Ancr. Riwle 23S 29, Me zvelcd hit bitterliche smetten.

Prov. of Alfred. 243, By-hud hit on Jiirc here;) at pc eft ne smert e.

S. E. Leg. 482/11, |io him smert sore.

Minot's Poems V 13, Sare it pain smerted [»at fered out of Fraunce.

Piers PI. A III 161, |ie pore may haue 110 pouwer to playne, 110113 hem smerte.

Chaucer, Cant. T. A 230, he may not vvepe al-thog him sore smerte.

Ibid. A 1394, Now trewely, how sore that me smerte, t' Athenes right now wol I fare.

31 wanten, 'be deficient'.

Of Scandinavian origin; O. N. vanta from vant, the neuter form of the adj. vanr. corresponding to O. E. wana, which is used both as a noun and as an adjective, in both cases often accompanied by a dative, e. g. Boethius 22/20, ]'8es anes hire is nu wana. Mal. XIX 20, (Corp.) hwaet is me gyt wana? Mark X 21 = Lttkc XVIII 22, An |iing pc is wana; Lnke XXII 35, waes eow asnig ]»ing wana? The verb wanten makes its appearance in the beginning of the 13th century.

Ureisun of uwe Lefdi (O.E. Hom I) 73, heo sigge^ alle J>et <te ne wonted neuer ore.

Sawles Warde (O. E. Hom. I) p. 253, ne schal ham neauer wontin.

Gen. & Exod. 2244 hem \or—of ne ze 'ante now.

Ibid. 2995, hem wantede might and sped.

Poems Harl. MS. 2253, 165 34, .->ef me shal wonte wille of on, [>is wunne weole y wole forgon.

Cursor Mundi 16547 C, suilk a tre pam wanted al 1; other texts similar; so 8782.

Alexius Ashm. MS. 42 (in Horstm. Ae. Leg. Neue F.) 1. 34, paim wantid nathinge in erthe bot ane.

Will. of Pal. 176, wanted him neuer one.

Ibid. 4969, ne wanted hem no-)»ing |iat l>ei wold haue.

Eng. Works of Wyclif 420/29, hem wantij) teching to wende to heuene bi cristes weye.

Ibid. 433/11, for |iis good maner man ha|> meede, & ,"(if he faylij) hym ivantip meede.

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