Sambucus_nigra_bd4_tafel_094

ellen

noun, n., a-decl., 30 occ.

Type: plant

Last Update: 09.05.2011 09:59

Old-English: ellae, ellaen, ellaern, elle, ellen, ellern, ellenes, ellene, ellenum,

Latin (Machine generated): ACTIS, I. SAMBUCUS, SAMBUCA LIGNUM, SAMBUCI, SAMBUCUS, SAMSUCHON,

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References Last Update: 29.11.2019 11:54

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Meaning Last Update: 05.09.2009 12:17

  • A: plant: native
    Sambucus nigra L., elder, Schwarzer Holunder
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Comment Last Update: 09.05.2011 09:15

  • Comment on (A): Sambucus nigra L., elder, Schwarzer Holunder

    Grattan / Singer translate 107/1 ellenes spryttinge wrongly with 'helenium shoots' (helenium = Inula helenium L.); in 181/15 they interprete ellenrind inneweard (= probably 'pith, Holundermark') as 'the inside of helenium bark'; Grattan / Singer confuse ellen with →eolone but in 119/1f. they correctly translate ellenrinde neoþewearde with 'elder-bark, the lower part'.

    The SAMSUCHON of the HA denotes Origanum majorana L., marjoram, Majoran; cf.cyninges-wyrt and D'Aronco (1998,58), Arsdall (2002,214).

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Occurrences Last Update: 27.10.2010 09:31

  • Br,WW, 303,3 ACTIS, I. SAMBUCUS ellen
  • Ch 1248 (Birch 82) (B15.8.539), 3 of ceokan ege into gryddeles elrene, of gryddeles elrene into ðara smalan ac
  • Ch 1577 (Birch 922), 26 AD ellerne
  • Ch 1580 (Birch 458), 23 CONTRA LE ellerne
  • Ch 651 (Birch 1035) (B15.8.306), 2 þonen of land score broce on þæt ænlipe ellyn. þonne of þan ænlupan ellynne on hodduces hancgran
  • Ch 678 (Birch 1036) (B15.8.325), 13 &lang fura on þa ealdan dic to þan ellere &lang dices to þan oþern ellene, of þan ellene to þære apoldre
  • Ch 784 (Birch 1285) (B15.8.399), 3 þonne of þam chiricstede innan strædford on þæt ellen. of þam ellenne on seofon beorgas
  • Ch 930 (Sawyer 35) (B15.8.480), 11 æfter syche on geriht on þe ellen þe stundað on Wihtmere mære ant stretones. of þan ellan on þone forð æfte syce þe scoet, of þan forde on Trentan up.
  • ClQu, 38,4 SAMBUCUS ellen
  • CollGl 40.3 (Schlutter) (D40.3), 1 SAMBUCI ellærn
  • Cp, 1802(S 55) SAMBUCUS ellaern
  • D 36, Erf 2, Lindsay 1921/2, S.48 SAMBUCA LIGNUM elle SAXONICE
  • Dur, 316 SAMSUCHON ellen UEL cingesvyrt
  • Ep, 893 SAMBUCUS ellaen
  • Erf, 893 SAMBUCUS ellae
  • HA, CXLVIII, 104/20[1] nsg ellen
  • HA, CXLVIII, 272/12 nsg Ellen
  • HA, CXLVIII, 272/14 asg þe man SAMSUCHON 7 oþrum naman ellen hateþ
  • HA, CXLVIII, 56/14[2] nsg SAMSUCHON ƀ is ellen
  • LA, 106/1 gsg ellenes
  • LB, 102/27 gsg ellenes
  • LB, 107/21 nasg ellen
  • LB, 22/1 gsg ellenes
  • LB, 27/10 nasg ellen
  • LB, 31/27 gsg ellenes
  • LB, 68/27 gsg ellenes
  • LB, 69/23 gsg elnea
  • LB, 87/4 gsg ellenes
  • PD, 9/8[3] gsg ellenes
  • WCan 1.1.1 (Fowler) (B13.1.1.1), 16 ellenum
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Image Last Update: 09.05.2011 09:59

Sambucus nigra L., elder, Schwarzer Holunder

Sambucus_nigra_bd4_tafel_094

Botanical-Information: stylised plate

Source: →reference-information

Thomé, Otto Wilhelm. Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. In 4 Mappen ; 531 Tafeln in naturgetreuen Farben mit 668 Pflanzenarten. Leipzip: Teubner, 1938.

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[1]:

Ch. XIII; Cont.: gyf þu. hyre [=mucgwyrt] blosþman brytest he hæfþ swæc swylce ellen; Hunger (1935,132): FLOSCULUM EIUS SI CONTRIUERIS SANSUCI ODOREM HABET.

[2]:

Cockayne (1951,I,56,n.2): "V. is here burnt away."

[3]:

Cont.: ellenes piþan; L text (Löweneck 1896,8/4): SAMBUCI CORTICEM MEDIANUM.