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1. blī-gẹ̄ter n.

Additional spellings: bligeter
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A lead founder.

2. knod n.

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An excrescence or lump in the flesh.

3. ripel-stok n.

Additional spellings: ripelstok
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An implement for cleaning seeds from flax.

4. sā̆t-wort n.

Additional spellings: satwort
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?A type of lichen.

5. scot-nail n.

Additional spellings: scotnail
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A kind of nail; -- also coll.

6. scot-sēm(e n.

Additional spellings: scotsem, scot-seme, scotseme
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Coll. Nails of some kind, perh. clinch nails or small nails used for fastening laths; scot-sem nail, clavus de scot-sem, a nail of this kind.

7. selvaǧe n.

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(a) The edge of a cloth, bandage, etc.; (b) an ornamental edging.

8. shaltrẹ̄ n.

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Naut. Some kind of pole or spar.

9. shēdel n.

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A parting of roads, an intersection; gate shedel [see gate-shadel n.]; thre-wei shedel.

10. shelt-bēm n.

Additional spellings: sheltbem
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Naut. Some sort of beam, evidently slabbed; shelt-bem nail.

11. shench n.

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The leg; werpen shanke over shench, to throw one leg over the other, cross one's legs.

12. shot-bō̆rd n.

Additional spellings: shotbord
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A kind of board of small size, often used for roofing; -- also coll.

13. skrithe n.

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A loud cry.

14. slā̆m(e n.

Additional spellings: slame
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Mud, slime.

15. slẹ̄t n.(1)

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(a) Sleet; mingled snow and rain; also, a sleet shower [2nd quot.]; (b) ?mud, slush; -- in place names only [see Smith PNElem.2.128].

16. smeltes n.

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?A smeltery; ?smelting operations.

17. smert(e n.

Additional spellings: smerte
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(a) Physical pain; also, harm [quot. a1420]; also, a burn [quot. 1440]; don smert, to cause (an animal) pain, harm; (b) grief, sorrow, annoyance; also fig. of Jesus; also, contrition, remorse; (c)…

18. snegge n.

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(a) A snail; (b) some kind of fish; ?an eel.

19. snig(ge n.

Additional spellings: snigge
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(a) An eel; (b) in surnames.

20. snof(fe n.

Additional spellings: snoffe
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(a) The burnt end of a candlewick; candel snof; (b) ?a candle snuffer; (c) glossing L muco.

21. standel n.(2)

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In compound names of plants: standel gousse (gourde, gras, whelke, wort), an orchid of some kind, prob. the early purple orchid Orchis mascula or the lesser butterfly orchid Platanthera bifolia.

22. stikeling(e n.

Additional spellings: stikelinge
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Any of several spinous saltwater fishes, often of the family Gasterosteidae, a stickleback; also, a thornback Raia clavata [quot. 1412-13]; ban stikeling.

23. 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.

24. stǒupe n.(1)

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(a) A jug, often made of leather; also, a measure for liquids, varying from one pint to several gallons; (b) a vessel or container for holy water; holi water stoupe.

25. stuth n.

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A customary rent [see quots.]; shir-reve stuth, ?a payment to a sheriff for the expenses of his office [the combs. shir-reve toth & shir-reves teth s.v. shir-reve n. (d) should be changed to shir-reve

26. 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.

27. vīring-rōp n.

Additional spellings: viringrop
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Naut. Some kind of rope used aboard a sailing vessel, ?a warp rope.

28. warī̆angle n.

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A bird of the genus Lanius, a shrike or butcherbird; also used as a term of abuse.

29. wẹ̄r(e n.(5)

Additional spellings: were
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(a) A feeling or personal condition of doubt or uncertainty; also, hesitancy, indecision; double wer, a state of doubt or indecision between two alternatives; in (a) wer, in a state of doubt or…

30. wẹ̄veling n.

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Naut. A piece of caulking material placed between the lapstrakes while the ship is under construction;—also coll.

31. whip(pe n.

Additional spellings: whippe
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(a) A scourge, lash, whip; also fig.; whip of (knotted with) led, a whip furnished with leaden balls or pieces; whippes lash, a flexible switch used as a whip (b) an instrument for driving or…

32. wīnd(e n.

Additional spellings: winde
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(a) An apparatus for hoisting or hauling, a winch, windlass [cp. windas n.]; naut. middel wind, ?a central garnet used in brailing up the sail (b) a wooden reel from which a hank or thread of yarn…

33. 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…

34. wrak n.(1)

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A wrecked ship, shipwreck; ship wrak; toward a wrak, on the verge of being wrecked; gon (ben igone) to wrak, of a ship: to suffer destruction on the water, be wrecked; also in fig. context.

35. yespon n.

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A measure of volume equivalent to that contained in a person’s hands cupped together.