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1. eller(n n.

Additional spellings: ellern
44 quotations in 2 senses
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The European elder (Sambucus nigra); the dwarf elder (S. ebulus); Bibl. the tree on which Judas hanged himself;--sometimes confused with alder (Alnus). [The blossoms, the berries, and the bark were…

2. fā̆t adj.

75 quotations in 8 senses
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Made fat for slaughter; fattened, fatted.

3. fatnes(se n.

Additional spellings: fatnesse
36 quotations in 5 senses
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(a) Fat or grease as a substance; occas., the fatty substance from the outer parts of an animal as distinguished from tallow; (b) the fat part of an animal body; a layer or deposit of animal fat.

4. fatten v.

28 quotations in 6 senses
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(a) To grow fat or obese; to become fattened for food; (b) to make (a person, the body) fat or obese; to fatten (animals) for food.

5. rēdī adj.(3)

361 quotations in 12 senses
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1a. (a) Prepared, ready; (b) prepared or ready (to do sth.); (c) redi to, prepared or ready for (sb. or sth.); also, ready to perform (sth.) [quot.: a1425]; redi for (til, unto), prepared for (sth.)…

6. skin n.(1)

174 quotations in 5 senses
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(a) The outer covering of the human body, skin; skin of the smitinge, the skin at or near the location of a wound; maken skin, to cause skin to grow again; (b) a specific part or section of the skin…

7. soul(e n.

Additional spellings: soule
672 quotations in 16 senses
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The spiritual and rational element in man, the Christian soul, understood: (a) to animate and control the body; (b) to have an eternal destiny as a moral agent; also person.; cure of soule(s

8. streng n.

93 quotations in 7 senses
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(a) A rope, cord, line; a thread, string; her streng, a cord made of horsehair (see her n.(1), sense 4.(b)); also, a strand of a rope; -- used fig. [quot. a1225]; gon right wei as streng, to go…

9. thank n.

158 quotations in 9 senses
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Kindly regard felt toward another for a benefit received or services rendered, gratitude; also, a grateful thought.

10. unclē̆nnes(se n.

Additional spellings: unclennesse
42 quotations in 3 senses
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(a) Dirt, filth; also fig. [quot. a1500(a1415)]; also, filthiness; also, an impurity, a worthless residue (b) sickness, disease; also, a parasitical infestation; also, matter produced or ejected by…

11. wītī̆e n.

37 quotations in 2 senses
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Bibl. (a) One of the prophets, esp. those of the Old Testament; witegene bokes, the prophetical books of the Old Testament (b) as an epithet with a proper noun: the (se, than, thane, thas, tho) witie

12. wit-word n.

Additional spellings: witword
10 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) A will, testament; (b) chiefly Bibl. the divine covenant with the faithful.

13. wọ̄de n.(2)

469 quotations in 8 senses
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A living tree; coll. & pl. live trees; neue wode, new forest growth, fresh shoots, saplings, etc.; gon under wode, of the sun: to drop behind the trees.

14. wǒmman n.

301 quotations in 13 senses
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(a) An adult female human being, a woman; also in fig. context;—also coll.; also, the first woman, Eve; first womman (b) a young woman [quot. ?c1475]; womman maiden, womman yong, womman of yong age,