Middle English Dictionary Entry
|Forms||gleuen v.(2) Also glew(e, gliwe, glei, glouen, gluen, glwyn, (error) glowthe. P. ppl. i)gleued, i)glewed, glued, i)gluwed.|
Definitions (Senses and Subsenses)
- (c1392) EPlanets (Peterh 75)18/9,13 : This bord..may be vernissed or elles glewed wt perchemyn..Lat this cercle be nayled vp on the circumference of this bord, or ellis mak this cercle of glewed perchemyn.
- (c1395) Chaucer CT.Sq.(Manly-Rickert)F.182 : The hors of bras..stant as it were to the ground yglewed [vr. yglwd].
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)322a/b : If þay [eggs] beþ y-medlid wiþ lyme and glueþ þe parties togideres.
- c1425(a1420) Lydg.TB (Aug A.4)1.3059 : Sche [Medea] toke to hym [Jason] a viol with licour..her [the bulls'] Iowes to-gidre it schal glewe.
- (1440) PParv.(Hrl 221)200 : Gluynge matere, as paste, or oþer lyke þat gluythe ij thyngys to-geder.
- c1460(?c1400) Beryn (Nthld 55)710 : Som men..hir tungis, fasting, beth glewid and I-bound To þe Palet of the mowith.
- a1500 GRom.(Add 9066)117 : The knyght..anoynted his armour with the oynement..and anon the lyon toke hym by the arme, wherfore his tethe of the oynement were so glewed in so mekell that he myght not helpe hym self.
- (?1440) Palladius (DukeH d.2)3.399 : He seyd ereithe[r] sappe [of grafted parts] wol condescende Vnto that mene, & glew hem self in fere [vr. glewe hemself yfere], In mariage ymyxte as though they were.
- ?a1500 Henslow Recipes (Henslow)46/21 : Take glyre of an ey..and take as moche of oyle..and as moche of þe ius of merche as þou hast of hem, and gley and sueng al to-gedre a goud while.
- (?1440) Palladius (DukeH d.2)1.66 : A roten swerd..tough to glewe ayein [L glutinetur] though hit me delue.
- (a1382) WBible(1) (Bod 959)Gen.34.3 : Þe sonn of Emor..louyde here, and rauyschide & slepte with here..And þe soule of hym was glewid [WB(2): was boundun faste; L conglutinata est] with here.
- a1425(a1382) WBible(1) (Corp-O 4)1 Kings 18.1 : The soule of Jonathas is glewid to gidre [WB(2): was glued togidre; WB(2) Gloss.: that is, ioyned to gidere bi the glu of charite; L conglutinata est] to the soul of Dauid.
- a1425(c1395) WBible(2) (Roy 1.C.8)Deut.10.15 : The Lord was glued [Gloss.: that is, was ioyned to hem with the glu of charite; WB(1): ioyned is; L conglutinatus est] to thi fadris.
- c1450(c1380) Chaucer HF (Benson-Robinson)1761 : Thogh we may not the body have Of wymmen..Leet men gliwe on us the name!
- c1450 Capgr.St.Kath.(Arun 396)4.1273 : Heere is she whos errour is soo fyx And soo sore glewed she wil not fro it remeue.
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)252a/b : Thus..Damasceum..is..fatte and gleymy..and sowdeþ and byndeþ and gleweþ [L consolidandi et constingendi et conglutinandi], and refreyneþ & stynteþ mightiliche by vertue of þe gomme þer of teres and rennynge humours þat renneþ dounward fro þe heede.
- ?a1425 *Chauliac(1) (NY 12)172a/a : Restrictif medicyne of blode..oneþ & gedreþ togider þe mouþez of þe veynez or gleweþ [L glutinat] & stoppeþ þe porositeez of þe membrez.
- ?a1425 *Chauliac(1) (NY 12)175b/a : Som [medicines for fractures] bene made for to glutine, i. glew [*Ch.(2): fastne; L ad glutinandum] & indure, i. harden, aroboth.
- c1425 Arderne Fistula (Sln 6)54/19 : Which cure..sowded better þe extremitez and gloweþ [L conglutinavit] þam vnto perfite halþe.
- ?c1425 *Chauliac(2) (Paris angl.25)56b/a : When a bone is kytte of..or þenne cheke bones, neyþer it groweþ, neþer þay ben nouʒt glewed to gedre [L conglutinatur].
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)93a/b : Whanne grete superfluitees & glaymy filliþ þe bowels, þey brediþ þerinne wel greuous passiouns & eueles, for þe bowels beþ I-bounde & glewid [L conglutinantur] wiþ glemy superfluite.
- (a1382) WBible(1) (Bod 959)Ex.2.3 : He toke a ionkett of rethschen & glowide [vr. glewide; WB(2): bawmede; L linivit] it with glowisch cley & with pytche.
- (a1387) Trev.Higd.(StJ-C H.1)2.319 : Moyses was..i-doo in a scaf of risshes i-schape as a litel boot i-glewed wel a boute [L bituminata].
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)331a/a : Fiscella is a litel..cribbe..y-glewed ouþer y-picched [L bitumine vel pice circulinitum], as was þe vessel in þe whiche moyses was Inne whanne he was y-do in þe ryuer.
- a1425 KAlex.(LinI 150)4904 : A clay þey haueþ..Strong so yren, ston, or syment..And wyndowes y-glywed by gynne; Neuer more water no cumuþ þer ynne.
- (1442) Acc.St.Mary Thame in BBOAJ 7117 : To glowthe ye [read: glow the] wyndow, joh walschef i day, iiij d.
Supplemental Materials (draft)
- a1500 Cmb.Ee.1.13 Artist.Recipes (Cmb Ee.1.13) 112/10 : To mak a siment to glew al maner stonis. Take virgyn wex and rosyn elich moch, and put hem in a scherd, [etc.].