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Share translation. Suggest your translation. According to its palaeographic appearance, the MS. That we have in all probability no original but a transcript before us, is sufficiently proved by the nature of the errors. The dialect in which this rule is written is undoubtedly Swabian. This rule is mentioned first by A. Union List, p.
Its size is 12 mo. Each page has 35 lines. It is to be attributed to the beginning or middle of the thirteenth century. This rule, dating from the middle of the thirteenth century, represents Codex 72 of the library of the convent of Engelberg, Canton Obwalden, and although written for the nuns of St. The German translation is, chapter by chapter, preceded by the Latin text. Of chapters 8 to 19, only a synopsis is given. The scribe of this rule is supposed to have been Cuno, a Swiss. This rule was first published, with many errors and ommissions, by P.
Johann B. But a great many mistakes were overlooked, and his corrections were not always fortunate. It dates back to the middle of the thirteenth century, and on account of its errors it can hardly be considered an original translation. The dialect is Bavarian with an admixture of Middle German.
Klasse der kaiserl. Akademie der Wissenschaften, lxxxxviii Wien, Cf. A photograph of the first page, with comments, is found in E. Petzet und O. Glauning, Deutsche Schrifttafeln des ix. It contains forty-four parchment leaves, 16 by 11 cm.
Tureng - geheilt - German English Dictionary
The pages of the first gathering have 16, of the second 18, of the third and fourth 21 lines each. On the first page only is the Latin text written above the lines. Marginal annotations are very infrequent, but we find many annotations and corrections throughout the text, probably by a hand of the fourteenth century. This rule, which must be ascribed to the middle or the end of the 13th century, can hardly be regarded as an original translation, but seems to be a revised copy of an interlinear version.
The dialect is unmistakably Bavarian.
This MS. A photograph of the first page is given by Petzet und Glauning see preceding rule. Each page has 21 lines, the last page 15 lines. The dialect is Bavarian-Austrian. It belongs to the end of the thirteenth century. This rule was mentioned and insufficiently discussed by V. Ober-Gymnasiums zu Graz Graz: J. Kienreich, p. See Rule IV. It contains 16 leaves; each page has 38 lines. Wiesbaden, The translation is at times inaccurate.
That we have not an original but a copy before us is sufficiently proved by the nature of the errors. As the result of its adaptation to a nunnery, several chapters have been omitted, as, e. Chapter 37 is merged with The dialect is that of Southern and Middle Nassau. It is neatly written on six gatherings, each covering eight sheets, quarto. Each page has 27 lines, the last page 28 lines. The size of the leaves is 25 by Die Regel S.
The dialect is Bavarian. Peculiar mistakes and forms point to the fact that this MS. In order to make these texts useful in more than one respect and with the object in view of furnishing the student with the text as it is found in the MSS, even with its gross imperfections and absurdities, all normalizing of the texts has been carefully avoided.
The eight texts follow in chronological order. For the sake of the student of orthography all the peculiarities of the handwriting have been faithfully reproduced. Only the following must be observed: the i which in the MSS is written at times dotted, at times undotted, and at times accented, has been printed with a dot over it. The use of the letters u and v, i and j, as well as of the two possible symbols for r and s, and of small capital letters, has been carefully rendered. Instead of the slanting and horizontal forms of the interrogation mark in the MSS, the upright modern form is used in the printed text.
Elucidations of peculiar forms, of clerical errors, and of mistakes will be found in the footnotes. I have also faithfully adhered to the chapters and paragraphs of the MSS, as well as to their punctuation, so that these texts may contribute material for the study of the history of punctuation. In the interlinear text of Zwiefalten, in which the German text seems originally to have been of secondary importance, the reader will unfortunately be much annoyed by the great neglect of punctuation.
The editor has also been very conservative in expanding the contractions and in resolving the various symbols of abbreviation in nouns as well as verbs. The symbols have been resolved only in the few cases where no other reading is possible. This holds true especially of the abbreviation for the nasal sounds and the use of the nasal bar.
Nomina sacra and words like apostolus, sanctus, etc. To designate recto and verso of the pages of the MSS, numbers set in parenthesis have been used, e. These, as well as the hyphens immediately preceding and following the parenthesis in the case of the division of a word, e.
Brackets around these marginal numbers indicate that they do not appear in the MSS. Woodhouse in Monasticism, Ancient and Modern London , p. According to B. As early as the seventh century we find at least twenty monasteries which followed either the Rule of St Basil or the stricter Irish Rule of St Columbanus. They later adopted the Rule of St Benedict. We also find women in their ranks, as St Lioba, Thekla, Walpurg and some others. Jahrhundert, Wien, Vnde aber. Di minne nit uirlazen.
Di warhait vz dem herzin. Di viinde minnun. Di durhati um di rehti uirdultin. Di helle irwrhten 3. Den willen aigen hazzen. Din kriech nit minnun. Vo dir alle div gerunge min. Jnkrummit ih bin. Zim ander mal. Jn der menigi dog ganzilich werde kurzit daz gibet. Der kelnar 4 aber dem inganden inphelhe daz e wizze daz e git oder daz e inphahit.
First t could be read i. This correction was probably meant for the following nan cf. Second t hardly c. Therefore the end of this sentence as well as the following chapter 64 De ordinando abbate and about one seventh of chapter 65 De praeposito monasterii are missing. Kvmit her mine kint.
Verb conjugation of "heilen" in German
Der zvene vnd dri. Swer einis abbetis namen phehit. Tve 5 alle dinc mit rate. Jch en bin niwit kvmen ce 2 tunne minin willin. Der hvch ho it der ho it mich. Sunderin waz? So wirdin ich vmbewollin vo ime 2. Bekere dich von dinen willen. Volge dinir girdin nit. Diz tete dv. Der da belibit biz an daz ende.
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Dvrch dich werde wir alle tage getotit. Jch bin zenichte bracht. De r achte grad. Wintir cit. Dar nach werdin drie canti 4. Dar nach volge. Dar nach volge laudate d. Daz wir lazin wolde 9 got in einer wochin irwulin mochtin. Dinit gote mit fo tin. Durch daz merke wir. Di ivngelinge en habin bi ein ander ir bette nit. Sin ezzin enpha er al eine nach der brvdere ezzene. Nemit daz vbele von vch. Get er aber dar nach vz.
Daz man in heizit behalde. Div demvt habe her 9 vo allen dingin. Alliz daz ime der abbit bevelicht. En bezzert er iz nit. Alle div nottvrft. Sver dar ane begriffin wirt. Di anderin alle dienin vnder ein ander mit der minne. Der zv der kvchenin vz gat. Div kranheint 8 werde an in gemerkit. Ein gewegin brot gnvge an deme tage.
Daz ie der vraz geverrit werde. Den aber got di gnade gibit. Jedoch mit gedignicheite.
Translation of "Gangräne" in English
Von div merke der abbit div kranheit 6 der durftigin nit den vbelin willin der nidere. Von deme gelovde mache er eine bete zv der heiligin name. Durch daz an di. Da der mere vur gat. But the handwriting remains the same. It could also be read as s-sound. Latin rule: Traditum eiusmodi hominem in interitum carnis.
Der da heige du gehorrindv orn. Herre wer buwit in dime gezelte! Daz ich pin. Von der aller ermchlicher wandlunga. Vn dvr daz. Der da hertit vnz an diz ende der wirt bihaltin. Wir werden irt t alle tage vmb dich. Jch tet dir chvnt min mein. Abir dv bettv. Gat er zim andirn male vz. Jnen warn ellv dinch gmeinv.