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1. amlaʒe n.

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A weakling, a fool.

2. bakke n.

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A bat; bakke wing.

3. carpen v.

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(a) To talk, chat, converse, discourse; carpen toward, address (sb.); (b) tell (sth.), say; ask (a question); as I have herd carpen, as I have heard tell; as men do carpen, as people say; to carpen

4. clift n.

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(a) A crack, fissure, rift, notch, cleft, slash; helle clift, the chasm of hell; (b) a break in the skin, crack; a cut, gash; (c) a tear in a muscle, rupture; (d) a surgical cutting or incision.

5. cubbel n.

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(a) A block of wood tied to an animal to keep it from straying, a clog; (b) a surname.

6. dok n.

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Trimmed hair (of tail and forelock).

7. hā̆ver n.(2)

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(a) The cereal grain, oats; (b) haver bern, haver gerner, a storehouse for oats; haver bred, oaten bread; haver cake, a loaf made from oaten flour; also as surname; haver mele, oaten flour; (c) haver

8. musteren v.

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To whisper; mumble.

9. nirvil n.

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A small person, a dwarfor midget.

10. raft n.

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A beam; also, a spear [last quot.].

11. rāven v.(2)

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To wander, stray, rove; raven awei, of the mind: to wander, be distracted; fig. stray morally, deviate (from what is right); also, ppl. raving as adj.: wandering, straying.

12. rī̆ndes n. plural

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Low ridges of earth, banks; also, the banks of a river.

13. rōk(e n.(1)

Additional spellings: roke
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(a) A mist, vapor; drizzling rain; (b) smoke, fumes; (c) rok peni, = reke-peni, s.v. rek(e n.(3)(d).

14. rō̆t n.

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(a) Decay, corruption, putrefaction; (b) a disease of sheep; (c) a wasting disease in man; also fig.; (d) in place name.

15. ruggen v.

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(a) To pull or stretch (sb. or sth.), tug at fiercely; -- also without obj.; also, torture (sb.) by pulling or stretching; (b) to drag (sb.); (c) to tear (sb. or sth.), tear (one's hair); ruggen and

16. rūke n.

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(a) A heap, pile; also, a haystack; (b) a unit of measure; (c) a group of common people.

17. ruls n. or adj.

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?Overripe, rotten; ?rubbish, something useless.

18. rump(e n.

Additional spellings: rumpe
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(a) The rump of a quadruped mammal; also, the tail; also, an animal rump as food for a hawk; (b) the rump of a person, posterior; (c) as surname.

19. scopperel n.

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(a) A toy that spins around, a top, whirligig, perh. consisting of a disc of some sort with a pointed peg passed through its center; (b) her. ?a badge in the form of a disc.

20. scot n.(3)

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Name of a horse; also, a horse; -- ?error for stot n. [1st quot. 615 vr.].

21. scurf n.

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(a) A scaly or scabby disease of the skin, esp. of the head; also, a similar disease in sheep [quot.: Palladius]; (b) the dry slough or scab produced by a caustic medicine, the bursting of a…

22. shūr n.

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A shed, lean-to.

23. n.

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Fiber used in caulking ships.

24. skī̆mering ger.

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(a) Gleaming, shining; also, a gleam, glimmer; (b) agitation, commotion; -- ?error for skirming(e ger. or screming ger.

25. skinnen v.

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(a) To remove the skin from (the penis), circumcise; (b) ppl. skinned, possessing a particular kind of skin; hard skinned, ?having a tough skin; ?having the shell of a shellfish; (c) in surname.

26. skrī̆ken v.

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(a) To shriek with pain, fear, or grief; scream, screech; also used of a frightened bird or chicken; (b) to scream with anger or excitement; also used of a snake and a scorpion; (c) of a baby or an…

27. slak n.(2)

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(a) A small valley or depression in the ground, a hollow; ?also, a shoal, mud flat [quot.: Morte Arth.(1)]; (b) in surnames; (c) in place names [see Smith PNElem.2.128].

28. slāken v.(3)

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To cut (sth.).

29. slaveren v.

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To drool, salivate, slobber; crave; also, stammer [last quot.].

30. slengen v.

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(a) To throw (sb., an animal), cast; put (sb. on sth.) forcefully; (b) ?in surname.

31. slent n.(2)

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A drop of liquid.

32. slẹ̄t(e adv.

Additional spellings: slete
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Obliquely.

33. snape n.

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(a) Winter pasture; (b) in surnames and place names.

34. sneven v.

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To sniffle, snuffle; smell (sth.).

35. snoberlī adv.

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Derisively.

36. snō̆ken v.

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(a) To snuffle about, esp. as a hound on a scent; also fig.; (b) in cpd.: snoke-horn, ?one who snuffles into a horn, one who blows a horn, i.e., a worthless person [cp. blouen in an horn, etc., s.v. h

37. snorkil n.

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A wrinkle.

38. soggon ppl.

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In cpd.: water soggon, full of or saturated with water, watery.

39. sprekle n.

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A speck, speckle.

40. sprekled adj.

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Speckled, spotted.

41. swarlen v.

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To catch (sb. or sth.) in a noose or snare; ppl. suarled, tangled up.

42. tit-mōse n.

Additional spellings: titmose
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A small songbird of the family Paridae, esp. one of the genus Parus.

43. waggen v.

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(a) To be in motion, esp. back and forth or up and down, shake, flutter, swing; also fig. with ref. to (e) [quots. a1387 & a1425]; of teeth: be loose; of a boat: rock with the waves; of flesh: wobble…

44. wamelen v.

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(a) To feel nausea; ?also, retch or vomit; ppl. wamling as adj.: producing or accompanied by nausea, nauseous; (b) wamelen and tumblen, to heave oneself about, roll around.

45. wandsǒm adj.

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As noun, in phrase: for wandsom, on account of being beset with difficulties, for distress or upset.

46. wā̆r-pin n.

Additional spellings: warpin
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An iron peg or pin used to secure some part of a cart or its harness.

47. wāse n.

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(a) A bundle, bunch, or wisp, as of straw, pea plants, etc.; ?also, a clump of seaweed [glossing L alga; may belong to wose n.(2)]; ?also, flax [glossing L stuppa] (b) a torch; a bundle of straw…

48. weght n.(1)

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(a) The physical property of heaviness, mass; weight as an attribute of objects, living creatures, or substances; also, the abstract quality of weight as a component of due proportion in nature; also…

49. wī̆ke n.(2)

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A corner of a part of the body; the wike of the eie; the thinne wikes, the temples; share wikes, ?the groin.