Excerpt from Contributions to Old English Lexicography
According to the explanation in Lye's preface the reference jeifr. Gl.' means Elfrici glossm'ium ad calcem a'iotionarzi Gut. Somneri,' but this is not quite correct. It is true, i.e. That Az'tfr. Gt, p. Does refer to the ... Rubens glossary printed at the end of Somner wv. 104 the number being that of the page in S., but the simple reference Aflfr. Gt. Without a number, or Elfr. Gl. Followed by a number but no p,' means Elfric's glossary ww. 304-337 pp. 297 Thus, for instance, deaifellen 100, [elfin does not occur at all in the Rubens glossary, but corresponds to \vw. 328 13. Lye's R. Refers to ms. Junius 71 (the copy of the Rubens glosses made by J unius, whence Somner printed them).
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