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Whereas eall expresses totality, oelc and gehwilc convey totality as a sum of parts: both mean 'each' in the singular and 'all' in the plural.
(44) <B COAEPREF><R 3.2> And oelc man, [??]e wisdom lufa[??], by[??] gesaelig and every man, who wisdom loves, be prosperous 'May every man who loves wisdom be prosperous' (45) <B COMARGA><R 276> [??]e lufa[??] oelc [??]oere manna, you love each of those men [??]e hine mid inweardre heortan lufia[??] who him with heart love 'You shall love each of those men who love him deep in their heart' The tendency, in other words, is for eall to be used with count and mass nouns and for aelc and aeghwilc to be used with count nouns.