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tcen, n., token, sign, evidence; 833; ds. tcne, 141, 1654. [Go. taikns] --Cpd.: luf-.

talian, w2., suppose, consider (somebody or something to be such and such); pres. 1 sg. talige, 532 (claim, maintain), 677, 1845; 2 sg. talast, 594; 3 sg. tala, 2027. cp. tellan.

ge-tacan, w1., show, point out, assign; pret. 3 sg. getahte, 313, 2013. [teach; cp. tcen]

ge-tase, adj. -ja., agreeable; nsf., 1320.

te, 2922, see t.

tar, m., tear (from weeping); np. -as, 1872. [Go. tagr; OHG. zahar, Ger. Zhre, Gr. δακρυ] --Cpd.: wollen-.

tela, adv., well, properly; 948, 1218, 1225, 1820, 2208, 2663, 2737. (always at the end of a b-line; excepting 2663, always in (Sievers) metrical type C) [til]

telge, see tellan.

tellan, w1., account, reckon, conside (somebody or something to be such and such); pres. 1 sg. telge, 2067; pret. 1 sg. tealde, 1773; 3 sg. ~, 794, 1810, 1936, 2641; 3 pl. tealdon, 2184. cp. talian. [tell]

ge-tenge, adj. -ja., lying on, close to (w/ dat.); asn., 2758.

teoh(h)*, f., company, band, troop; ds. teohhe, 2938. [cp. Ger. Zeche]

teohhian, w2., appoint, assign; pret. 1 sg. teohhode, 951; pp. geteohhod, 1300. [teoh(h); cp. Gr. ταχις 'arrranging', 'disposition of an army']

ge-ton, I (II),*, confer, bestow, grant; imp. sg. (wearne) getoh, 366; pret. 3 sg. (onweald) getah, 1044, (st) ~, 2165. cp. of-ton.

ton, II, draw; tn, 1036 (lead); pret. 3 sg. tah, 553; pp. togen, 1288, 1439; take (a course), i.e. go (on a journey): pret. 3 sg. (-lade) tah, 1051, (-sas) ~, 1332. [cp. tow, tug; Go. tiuhan] --Cpds.: -, urh-.

ge-ton, II, draw; pret. 3 sg. getah, 1545, 2610; [3 pl. getugon, F. 15]

ton, w2. (or togan, Sievers 415 n.5; inf. unrecorded), make, form; pret. 3 sg. tode, 1452; --furnish, provide, (dat., with); pret. 3 pl. todan, 43.

ge-ton, w2., assign, allot; pres. 3 sg. geto, 2526; pret. 3 sg. getode, 2295.

td, f. -i., time; as., 147, 1915. [tide; Ger. Zeit] --Cpds.: n-, morgen-.

til(*), adj., good; 61, till 2721; nsf. tilu, 1250; nsn. til, 1304. [Go. ga-tils; cp. OE. tela]

tilian, w2., w/ gen., strive after, earn, win, secure; 1823. [till; Go. -tiln, Ger. zielen; cp. OE. til]

timbran, w1., build (timber); pp. asn. timbred, 307. [Go. timrjan, Ger. zimmern] --Cpd.: be-.

tr*, m., glory, honour; gs. -es, 1654. [OS. tr, Ger. Zier; also the name of both a runic letter and the Germanic god of war (Ice. Trr), equivalent to the Roman Mars, cf. MnE. Tuesday 'Tir's Day'; Siev. §58 n.1]

tr-adig*, adj., glorious, famous; dsm. -adigum, 2189.

tr-fst*, adj., glrious, famous; 922.

tr-las**, adj., inglorious, vanquished; gsm. -es, 843.

tian (tigian), w2., grant; w/ dat. of pers. & gen. of thing: pp. nsn. (ws) getad (impers.), 2284. [tithe]

t,
  I. prep. (1) w/ dat.; motion, direction: to, towards; 28, 124, 234, 270, 298, 313 (postpost.), 318, 323, 327, 360, 374, 383, 438, 553, 604, 641 (ode...sittan, 'by'), 720, 766, 919, 925, 1009, 1013, 1119, 1154, 1158, 1159, 1171, 1196, 1232, 1236, 1237, 1242 ('at'), 1251, 1279, 1295, 1310, 1374, 1506, 1507, 1561, 1578, 1623, 1639, 1640, 1654b (postpos.), 1782, 1804, 1815, 1836, 1888, 1895, 1917, 1974, 1983, 2010, 2019, 2039, 2048, 2117, 2363, 2368, 2815, 2892, 2960, 2992, 3136, [F. 14, 20]; ((ge)sittan) t (rne), 172, ~ (sym(b)le: 489, 2104, (cp. below: aim, object); w/ verb of thinking; 1138, 1139; w/ verbs of expecting, desiring, seeking, etc. (from, at, at the hands of): 158, 188, 525, 601, 647, 1207, 1272, 1990, 2494a, 2494b, 2922 (te), [F. 27], postpos.: 909, 1396, 3001; --aim, object: to, for, as; 14, 95, 379, 665, 971, 1021, 1186a, 1186b, 1472, 1654a, 1830, 1834, 1961, 2448, 2639, 2804, 2941, 2998, 3016; --weoran t, (turn to), become, 460, 587, 906, 1262, 1330, 1707, 1709, 2079, 2203, 2384, 2502; similarly, 1711a, 1711b, 1712; --t se, 'for certain', 'in truth', 51, 590, 2325; --time: at, in; 26; 933 (see feorh); 955, 2005, 2498 (see ealdor); 2432 (see lf). (2) w/ instr.; t hwan (..wear), 2071; t on, to that degree, so 1876; (ns long) t on t, until: 2591, 2845. (3) w/ gen.; t s, to that degree, so, 1616; t s e, to (the point) where: 714, 1967, 2410; to the point that, until, so that: 1585. (4) w/ inf.: 316, 2556; w/ ger.: 174, 257, 473, 1003, 1419, 1724, 1731, 1805, 1851, 1922, 1941, 2093, 2416, 2445, 2452, 2562, 2644.
  II. adv., (1) where a noun or pron. governed by prep. might be supplied, cp. postpos. t; thereto, etc.; (stressed:) 1422, 1755, 1785, 2648. (2) too; before adj. or adv.: 133, 137, 191, 905, 969, 1336, 1742, 1930, 2093, 2289, 2461, 2684, 3085; similarly: 694, 2882. [Go. du, Ger. zu]

t-, prefix, see the following words; (1) with accent (stress) it has the meaning of adv. t (as in tcwean 'forbid', tcuman 'arrive') [Ger. zu-] (2) without accent=asunder (as in tbrecan 'break to pieces', tcnan 'split open'). [OHG. zar-, zir-, Ger. zer-]

t-brecan, IV, break (to pieces), shatter; 780; pp. tbrocen, 997.

t-drfan, I, drive asunder, separate; pret. 3 sg. tdrf, 545.

t-gdre, adv., together (in connexion w/ verb of motion); 2630. see t-gdere.

t-ganes,
  I. adv., opposite (towards somebody); 1501.
  II. prep., (w/ dat. preceding it), against, towards, to meet; 666, 1542, 1626, 1893; tgnes, 3114. cp. on-gan.

togen, see ton, II.

t-gldan, I, (glide asunder), split (intr.); pret. 3 sg. tgld, 2487.

t-hldan, I, crack, spring apart; pp. npm. thlidene, 999. [cp. MnE. lid fr. OE. hild]

t-lcan, II, pull asunder, destroy, dislocate; 781.

t-middes, adv., in the midst; 3141.

torht(*), adj., bright, resplendent; asn., 313. [OS. torht, OHG. zor(a)ht; cf. Go. gatarhjan 'make distinct', Gr. δερκομαι] --Cpds.: heao-, wuldor-.

torn(*), n., (1) anger; ds. -e, 2401. (2) grief, affliction, trouble; as. torn, 147, 833; gp. torna, 2189. [Ger. Zorn] --Cpd.: lige-.

torn*, adj., grievous, bitter; supl. nsf. tornost, 2129.

torn-gemt**, n., hostile meeting; as., 1140.

t-somne, adv., together (in connexion w/ idea of motion); 2568, [3122].

t-weccan**, w1., (wake up), stir up; pret. 3 pl. twehton, 2948.

tredan, V, tread, walk upon, traverse; 1964, 3019; pret. 3 sg. trd, 1352, 1643, 1881. [Go. trudan]

treddian(*), w2., step, go; pret. 3 sg. treddode, 725; tryddode, 922. [see tredan, trodu]

trem(m) (*), m. or n., step, space; as. (ftes) trem, 2525. ('Battle of Maldon' l.247: ftes trym)

trow, f., truth, good faith, fidelity; gs. trowe, 2922; as. ~, 1072. [Go. triggwa, OHG. triuwa]

trowan, w1., w/ dat., trust; pret. 3 sg. trowde, 1166. [trow] see truwian.

trow-loga**, wk.m., one flase to pledged faith (troth), traitor; np. -logan, 2847. [logan]

trodu(**)+, f., track, footrprint; ap.(s.?), trode, 843. [tredan]

trum, adj., strong; 1369. [MnE. trim (as in 'fit and trim')]

ge-trum, adj. -ja., troop, company; is. -e, 922.

truwian, w2. (3.), w/ dat. or gen., trust, have faith in; pret. 1 sg. truwode, 1993; 3 sg. ~, 669, 2370, 2953. cp. trowan.

ge-truwian, w2. (3.), w/ dat. or gen., trust; pret. 3 sg. getruwode, 1533, 2322, 2540; --(w/ acc.) confirm, conclude (a treaty); pret. 3 pl. getruwedon, 1095. see truwian.

tryddian, see treddian.

trwe, adj. -ja., true, faithful; 1165. [Go. triggws, OHG. triuwi] --Cpd.: ge-.

ge-trwe, adj. -ja., true, faithful; 1228.

tw, see twgen.

ge-twafan*, w1., separate, part, put an end to; pp. getwafed, 1658; --w/ acc. of pers. & gen. of thing: hinder, restrain, deprive; inf., 479; pres. 3 sg. getwafe, 1763; pret. 3 sg. getwafde, 1433, 1908. [cp. Go. tweifls]

ge-twaman, w1., separate, hinder; 968 (w/ acc. of pers. & gen. of thing).

twgen, m., tw, f.(n.), num., twain, two; nm. twgen, 1163; am. ~, 1347; gm. twga, 2532; dm. twam, 1191; nf. tw, 1194; af. ~, 1095.

twelf, num., twelve; uninfl. (gm.): twelf (wintra), 147; nm. twelfa, 3170; am. twelfe, 1867; gm. twelfa, 2401. (lit. 'two left', meaning '(ten) and two left (over)')[Go. twa-lif]

twone, distrib. num., two in dp.: be (sam) twonum, between (the seas, = on earth), 858, 1297, 1685, 1956. [Go. tweihnai]

tdre, adj. -ja., weak, craven; npm., 2847. [O.Fris. teddre, Dut. teeder]

tn, num., ten; uninfl. (dm.): tn (dagum), 3159; nm. tne, 2847. [Go. tahun] --Cpds.: fower-, ff-tne.