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1. kēme n.

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A weasel.

2. spāte n.(1)

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A flood.

3. ranel n.

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A piece of equipment in a bakehouse; ?a rannel-tree.

4. roiten v.

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To wander idly.

5. polte-net n.

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Some kind of fishing net.

6. snippand adj.

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?Dazzlingly white; ?cold, nipping.

7. yedder n.

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The mark of a blow, a weal, bruise.

8. perle n.(1)

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A rush of water, surge.

9. rashen v.

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(a) To hurry along, rush; refl. hasten; rashen on armes, rush to the attack; rashen in peces, fly apart; (b) ?to scrape.

10. scot n.(3)

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

11. tiflen v.(2)

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To handle (sth.) carelessly, examine so as to damage or disorder.

12. ērī adj.

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Filled with fear or dread.

13. scaue n.

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An imperfection in cloth.

14. whig n.

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The watery liquid that separates from milk curds in the process of coagulation, whey.

15. twinter n.

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A stock animal that has passed its second winter, a two-year-old; twinter noute, two-year-old cattle.

16. pil-cok n.

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

17. renǧe n.(1)

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

18. whin n.(2)

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Some type of hard rock.

19. sneke n.

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A head cold.

20. stā̆terand adj.

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Staggering, tottering, stumbling; -- as term of abuse.

21. plǒuke n.

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A pustule, pimple.

22. rōve n.(2)

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Coll. Metal plates for clinching nails; rove nail, nails used with a clinch plate.

23. glōrien v.(2)

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To dirty or defile (sth.).

24. swarlen v.

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

25. osete n.

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(a) A kind of cloth, probably woolen; also, a piece of such cloth; (b) an instrument used in making cloth, probably a loom under a certain size used in making this cloth.

26. strēken v.(1)

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(a) To lie stretched out, be extended; refl. to extend over a given area; (b) to stretch out (one's limbs) in a recumbent position; ppl. streked, prostrate, prone; (c) to fall prostrate; (d) to lay…

27. scailen v.

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(a) Of persons: to separate, part company; scatter, disperse; (b) ben scailed, to be scattered or dispersed; (c) of vapor or smoke; to dissipate, disperse; (d) of hair: ?to disperse; ?flow or hang…

28. scoudere n.

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(a) One who dresses skins into leather of a white or light color [cp. whittauier n.]; (b) as surname.

29. tusse-mose n.

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A bouquet of flowers or herbs, nosegay.

30. lābī n.

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A burden; -- used fig.

31. trotevāle n.

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

32. glāveren v.

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(a) To speak loudly or deceitfully; (b) to speak deceitfully about (sb.), deceive (sb.); (c) ppl. glaveringe, glaverande, of words: deceitful; of a person: loud-speaking; for glaveren, because of loud…