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21. dor-mǒuse n.

Additional spellings: dormouse
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A dormouse.

22. ēgre fū n.

Additional spellings: egre fu
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Med. Erysipelas, or similar eruption on the skin; also, a case of erysipelas.

23. extendǒur n.

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Law A surveyor or assessor.

24. extente n.

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Law Survey, appraisal, or valuation of land or other property for purposes of taxation; (b) assessed value; (c) tax levied on such valuation; also, income from taxes.

25. fẹ̄ n.(2)

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(a) An estate in land or tenements held in heritable or perpetual tenure to a feudal superior or the crown; fe ferme, knight(es fe, lai fe; (b) a piece of land, or land and tenements, held by such…

26. flẹ̄te n.

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(a) A group of ships; esp. a fleet of warships, a navy; ?a naval expedition; (b) a troop of armed men, an army; (c) ?a set (of fishing nets).

27. fọ̄t-avēr n.

Additional spellings: fotaver
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A manorial service: transportation (of produce, etc.) on foot, on one's back (instead of conveyance by a draught or pack animal).

28. frank-pleǧǧe n.

Additional spellings: frankplegge
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One of the mutually responsible members of a tithing, etc.

29. frith-borgh, -borow, -bor n.

Additional spellings: frithborgh, frith-borow, frithborow, frith-bor, frithbor
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(a) An English system of collective surety within a hundred, or some other territorial division, by which a certain number of freemen or villagers (?orig. ten) combined to give security for each other…

30. ?gẹ̄̆ldāble adj. & n.

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Liable to the payment of taxes to the English crown; as noun: geld.

31. gīves n. plural

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(a) Fetters, shackles; esp., leg bonds; also fig.; (b) chains or fastenings used on a ship.

32. hagis n.

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(a) A dish of chopped entrails, herbs, etc., boiled in an animal's maw, haggis; (b) hagis of Alemaine, a dish of eggs, parsley, spices, etc., enclosed in batter; (c) hagis maker, a maker of haggis.

33. interesse n.

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(a) Law A legal claim or right; also fig.; haven interesse in (of), to have a claim upon (sth.), have rights in (sth.); (b) the right to claim compensation for damage; ?also, damage, injury; (c) the…

34. lā̆rderī(e n.

Additional spellings: larderie
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(a) A room or building for processing and storing meats, a larder; (b) the department of the royal household in charge of the larder; (c) provision of meats.

35. last n.(2)

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(a) The load of a ship, cargo; (b) a measure for hides, 200 hides; (c) a measure for wool; prob. 20 sacks; (d) a measure for herrings and other fish, bacon, beer, wine, small cut or shaped stones…

36. lepre n.(2)

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A person or animal afflicted with leprosy.

37. lī̆p-yā̆te n.

Additional spellings: lipyate
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(a) A sort of stile that can be leaped, a very low gate; (b) in names.

38. Māte-griffǒun n.

Additional spellings: Mategriffoun
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The name of a portable siege tower used by Richard I.

39. mēne n.(3)

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(a) A course of action, method, way; a means of attaining an end; (b) bi mene of, with menes of; bi no (manere of) mene; bi al menes; bi god menes, with great skill; menes and weies; weies and menes

40. nōn-sufficientẹ̄ n.

Additional spellings: nonsufficiente
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Insufficiency, inadequacy, deficiency.