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1. autēle n.

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A small duck of some kind.

2. bāre n.(2)

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A wave, billow; se bare.

3. chīmb n.

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The rim (of a barrel, formed by the joined ends of the staves).

4. dudde n.

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A cloak or mantle (?made of coarse, woolen cloth); also, a kind of cloth.

5. dunch(e n.

Additional spellings: dunche
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A loud noise, crash; a blow.

6. fors n.

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A cascade, a rapids.

7. golf n.

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A heap of sheaves in a barn; prob. the heap of grain between any two upright posts of the barn.

8. gollan n.

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Some kind of wild plant with yellow flowers; probably a species of Ranunculus (buttercup family).

9. intak n.

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A piece of enclosed land taken from a moor or from a common; -- only in place names [see Smith PNElem. 1.304].

10. jāde n.

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(a) A cart horse, hack; (b) as surname.

11. kēkir n.

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(a) The clitoris; (b) ?the penis, ?an erection of the penis.

12. kevel n.(3)

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A big, strong person; ?also, as surname.

13. knāve n.(2)

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(a) ?A bed frame, bedstead; (b) ?a cooper's tool.

14. lerk n.

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A wrinkle; a fold in the skin or flesh.

15. riǧǧe n.

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(a) The back of a person; also fig.; rigge and ribbe, ribbe and rigge, completely; rigges bon, the backbone; (b) the back of an animal; the shell of a snail; (c) in phrases, of burdens: at (on, up,

16. rōn n.(2)

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A rowan-tree berry.

17. roune n.(1)

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The guts or roe of a fish; also, ?some kind of sauce made of fish and brine.

18. scavel n.

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(a) A strong, narrow-bladed spade; also fig.; (b) in surname.

19. sege n.(1)

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A callus.

20. self-ō̆de n.

Additional spellings: selfode
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(a) ?A separate holding, perh. split off from the unified villein's holding; (b) an occupant of such a holding, one of a class of tenant named in records from Northumberland and Cumberland, app. one…

21. n.

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Fiber used in caulking ships.

22. skẹ̄ling(e n.

Additional spellings: skelinge
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An outbuilding; a shed, lean-to.

23. skeuier n.

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A skewer.

24. slag n. or adj.

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?A slippery or muddy place; ?slippery, muddy.

25. spāle n.(2)

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Pl. The uprights of a ladder.

26. vō̆k n.(1)

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(a) (?A reputation for) prowess, (?show of) strength; beren vok; (b) rumor, reputation, common report.

27. wāre n.(4)

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Spring; ware corn, grain sown in the spring, specif. barley and oats; ware tide (time), springtime.

28. wau(e n.

Additional spellings: waue
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(a) A wave of water, esp. in the sea; ?also, a current; gon in wawes, to become tempestuous (b) pl. the sea, seen as a collection of individual waves; (c) used metonymically: the sea; water; wau of

29. yǒure n.

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An udder.