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1. bou-sprẹ̄t(e, bǒu(e)sprẹ̄t(e n.

Additional spellings: bouspret, bou-sprete, bousprete, bouesprete, bouspret, bouespret, bousprete
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Naut. Bowsprit.

2. flǒunder n.

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(a) A flatfish, esp. the flounder; (b) as a name.

3. harwe n.

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(a) A harrow for cultivating land, a drag; gon at harwe, to drive a harrow; (b) fig. the Old or New Testament; the power of Love (with pun on arwe); also, in proverb; (c) harwe tind (toth), a tooth of…

4. hā̆ver n.(2)

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(a) The cereal grain, oats; (b) haver bern, haver gerner, a storehouse for oats; haver bred, oaten bread; haver cake, a loaf made from oaten flour; also as surname; haver mele, oaten flour; (c) haver

5. shingle n.(2)

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(a) Gravel, pebbles; (b) in place names [see Smith PN Elem.2.121].

6. shrimpe n.

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(a) The European shrimp (Crangon vulgaris); (b) a scaly monster, dragon; (c) a puny person.

7. snīpe n.

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(a) A snipe, esp. the common snipe (Gallinago gallinago), great snipe (G. media), or jacksnipe (Lymnocryptes minima); (b) the Egyptian ibis (Threskiornis aethiopica).

8. 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.

9. tag n.

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(a) A piece of fabric hanging loose from the garment to which it is attached; also, fig. something which is connected with an activity or event, an attendant circumstance; (b) a pendulum;—with…

10. 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.

11. tū̆lk(e n.

Additional spellings: tulke
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(a) A man; a soldier, fighting man; also used with ref. to God [quot. c1400(?c1380), 1st]; (b) as surname.

12. wāse n.

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(a) A bundle, bunch, or wisp, as of straw, pea plants, etc.; ?also, a clump of seaweed [glossing L alga; may belong to wose n.(2)]; ?also, flax [glossing L stuppa] (b) a torch; a bundle of straw…

13. 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…