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1. cāke n.

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(a) A flat cake or loaf; also, an unbaked cake or loaf, a lump of doug; haver (ote, oten) cake, a cake of oaten bread; therf cake, a cake of unleavened bread; barli cake, flouren cake, spiced cake

2. overleith n.

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Excessive harm.

3. pirling ppl.

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Revolving.

4. 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.

5. scab(be n.

Additional spellings: scabbe
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(a) Any of various skin diseases characterized by itching, pustules, ulceration, etc.; also, the pustule characteristic of such diseases [quot.: a1398, 1st]; also, scabby or scaly condition of the…

6. sī̆len v.(2)

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To strain (sth.).

7. skerren v.

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(a) To frighten (sb.), terrify; ppl. skered, frightened; also, alarmed, startled [quot.: c1400]; skered with, frightened by (sth.); (b) to become alarmed; of clamor: rise up; ppl. skerring as adj…

8. slēuīe n.

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Languor, heaviness, weariness.

9. slǒude n.

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In phrase: a sloude, ?a muddy place; ?on a slant [in which case slyke would be a var. of sliche n.].

10. sluggen v.

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To be lazy or slothful; ppl. slugginge, lazy, sluggish, characterized by sloth.

11. slutte n.

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(a) A dirty or slovenly person, usu. a woman; a lewd or lascivious woman [quot.: ?a1475]; (b) a scullery maid; (c) a beast messy or difficult to prepare as food; (d) ?mud, slush; -- in surnames and…

12. sniffen v.

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To sniffle, sniff.

13. snirt adj.

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Stern, gloomy.

14. snǒuen v.(2)

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Of a hawk: to wipe (the beak) clean of food, etc.

15. snurten v.

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(a) To sneer; snurted up, of the nose: wrinkled or turned up in scorn; (b) to snore, snort.

16. sprekle n.

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A speck, speckle.

17. stilt(e n.

Additional spellings: stilte
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(a) The handle of a plow; (b) a wooden crutch; an artificial leg, peg leg; also, a stilt; stilt bond, a strap for attaching a stilt or a peg leg; (c) ?one of the uprights of a ladder; (d) in surname.

18. stumpen v.

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Fig. To stumble, trip; stumpen at, trip over (sth.)

19. swagge n.

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A bag, sack.

20. swarlen v.

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

21. tip(pe n.(1)

Additional spellings: tippe
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(a) The extreme end of something, usu. rounded or pointed; also, a metal or other attachment to the end of something; (b) in cpd.: tip to, the end of the toe;—used in pl.; also, the end of a bird's…

22. tossen v.

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To buffet (sb. or sth.) about, agitate, toss; also [1st quot.], sift or winnow (sth.);—used fig.

23. tọ̄̆tag(ge n.

Additional spellings: totagge
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Fig. An attendant circumstance that can obscure the nature of a sin; an attendant circumstance affecting the gravity of a sin.

24. umbetrīn adv.

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Round about, around; ?set around, placed around.

25. 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…

26. weiknen v.

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To become feeble or deranged.

27. wisp(e n.

Additional spellings: wispe
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(a) A small gathering or bundle of cut grass, straw, or grain stalks; wisp of hei (strau) (b) a bundle of straw, hay, or similar material twisted together for use as a torch; wisp of fir; (c) a…

28. witter adj.

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(a) Wise, prudent; knowledgeable; also, cunning, skilled, able [the precise gloss is determined by the context]; witter and wale (ware, wise), wise and witter; witter of eie, observant (b) requiring…