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1. rapok n.

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A contemptible person, wretch.

2. pil-cok n.

Additional spellings: pilcok
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(a) The penis; (b) as surname.

3. renǧe n.(1)

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A kind of sieve, esp. one for sifting grain or meal.

4. stǒute n.

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In phrase: stoute and route, completely.

5. pirī n.

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A storm, squall; a blast of wind.

6. warrok n.(1)

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A somewhat disparaging or contemptuous term for a dog; ?a hideous or monstrous creature.

7. wēve n.

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In phrase: in litel weve, in a moment.

8. tusse-mose n.

Additional spellings: tussemose
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A bouquet of flowers or herbs, nosegay.

9. trotevāle n.

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(a) Vain talk, idle tale-telling; also, a trifle; a piece of foolishness; (b) a deceit, trick, delusion.

10. undẹ̄mnes n.

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?Extraordinary or incalculable force, harshness, or severity; undemnes dint, an extraordinarily strong blow.

11. bitlok n.

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A bit of food.

12. assẹ̄th n.

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Fulfillment, satisfaction, reparation; maken (don) asseth, give satisfaction: (a) fulfillment of a wish, expectation or requirement; (b) fulfilling of a need; (c) satisfactory answer to a question or…