v. t.1.To hide; to secrete; to conceal.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Indeed the tactile language above echoes a passage just a few lines earlier, in which The Order of the World's narrator insists that "scyle ascian, se jre on eine leofad, / deophydig mon, dygelra gesceafta / bewriten in gewitte wordhordes craefts, / faestnian ferdsefan, pencan ford teala" [he who lives in zeal, a deeply thoughtful person, may ask about the secrets of creation and how to inscribe them in his mind, to fasten the craft of the word-hoard in his intellect so that, henceforth, he will think correctly] (17-20).
Heorot is gefaelsod, beahsele beorhta; bruc penden pu mote manigra medo, ond pinum magum laef folc ond rice ponne ou foro scyle, metodsceaft seon.
A scyle geong mon wesan geomormod, heard heortan gepoht, swylce habban sceal blipe gebaero, eac bon breostceare, sinsorgna gedreag, sy aet him sylfum gelong, eal his worulde wyn, sy ful wide fah Feorres folclondes, Paet min freond sited under stanhlipe storme behrimed wine werigmod, waetre beflowen, on dreorsele.
Scyle gumena gehwylc on his geardagum georne bipencan paet us milde bicwom meahta waldend aet aerestan purh paes engles word.
10) Ac paet is swide dyslic & swide micel syn paet mon paes wenan scyle be Gode 'But it is very great folly and sin to think thus of God ...' (AB: 84.18).
"Ac hwaet wilt pu paer on domdaege dryhtne secgan ponne ne bid naenig to paes lytel lid on lime geweaxen paet pu ne scyle for aeghwylc anra onsundran ryht agieldan donne repe bid dryhten aet dome?" (93b-98a)