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41. rō̆t n.

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(a) Decay, corruption, putrefaction; (b) a disease of sheep; (c) a wasting disease in man; also fig.; (d) in place name.

42. rōve n.(2)

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

43. rūke n.

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(a) A heap, pile; also, a haystack; (b) a unit of measure; (c) a group of common people.

44. rump(e n.

Additional spellings: rumpe
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(a) The rump of a quadruped mammal; also, the tail; also, an animal rump as food for a hawk; (b) the rump of a person, posterior; (c) as surname.

45. scab(be n.

Additional spellings: scabbe
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(a) Any of various skin diseases characterized by itching, pustules, ulceration, etc.; also, the pustule characteristic of such diseases [quot.: a1398, 1st]; also, scabby or scaly condition of the…

46. scadde n.

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A corpse.

47. shingle n.(2)

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

48. shǒupe n.

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A rose hip, esp. of the dog rose Rosa canina or the sweetbrier rose (R.osa rubiginosa or Rosa eglanteria); shoupetre, a dog rose tree or bush or a sweetbrier bush.

49. shrimpe n.

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

50. sī̆le n.(2)

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A strainer, filter; milk sile, a milk sieve; also, a milk pail.

51. skeuier n.

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A skewer.

52. slak n.(2)

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(a) A small valley or depression in the ground, a hollow; ?also, a shoal, mud flat [quot.: Morte Arth.(1)]; (b) in surnames; (c) in place names [see Smith PNElem.2.128].

53. slēuīe n.

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Languor, heaviness, weariness.

54. slǒude n.

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In phrase: a sloude, ?a muddy place; ?on a slant [in which case slyke would be a var. of sliche n.].

55. slugge n.(1)

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(a) A lazy person; (b) slothfulness, the sin of sloth; also person.

56. slutte n.

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(a) A dirty or slovenly person, usu. a woman; a lewd or lascivious woman [quot.: ?a1475]; (b) a scullery maid; (c) a beast messy or difficult to prepare as food; (d) ?mud, slush; -- in surnames and…

57. sneke n.

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A head cold.

58. 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).

59. spē̆l(e n.

Additional spellings: spele
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(a) A thin piece of wood; a splinter; (b) a spine-bearing animal, ?a hedgehog; (c) spel bon, a bone of the ankle.

60. spildur n.

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A splinter; al to spildurs, all to pieces.