`Ouvre,' he cried, `ouvre,' or some such word, making signs for me to open the gate; and then `Merci,' as though he were adrad
The English text remarks twice that Havelok is "sore adrad
" (1669, 1682) to dine with Ubbe on account of Goldeboru's safety and stresses his brothers' protection in accompanying them (1690-93).
Suso hasWisdom make such a declaration, (88) and Hoccleve follows suit in his 'Ars vtillissima', having Sapience advise: 'My passioun putte eek twixt my doom and thee, | Lest, more than neede is, adrad
thow be.' (89) As a result of this experiential identification, the excesses of emotion that have been aroused by impending death can be calmed.