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1. lōd-man n.

Additional spellings: lodman
10 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) = lodes-man (a); (b) ? = lodes-man (e); (c) in surnames.

2. līf-lōd(e n.

Additional spellings: liflod, lif-lode, liflode
105 quotations in 3 senses
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(a) Food and drink; a ration of food; also, in pl.: crops; fig. food for the soul; winnen lif-lod, to gain a living; swinken lif-lod, toil for a living; (b) the necessities of life; food, clothing…

3. lōd(e n.

Additional spellings: lode
82 quotations in 4 senses
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The normal load that a horse or man could carry or a cart contain, etc., used as a measure of weight or quantity; cartes lod = cart lod [see cart 7. (b)]; honde-barwe lod [see honde 8. (a)]; hors(es

4. lōd-lō̆nd n.

Additional spellings: lodlond
1 quotation in 1 sense
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?Land held by a carrying service; ?land by a waterway or passage across a waterway.

5. lōdes-man n.

Additional spellings: lodesman
28 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) One who navigates a ship during a voyage (distinct from the master and the steersman); a pilot; (b) a guide, conductor; also fig.; (c) a leader, director, governor; (d) a carrier; (e) ?a…

6. lōder-man n.

Additional spellings: loderman
2 quotations in 1 sense
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A leader, captain.

7. lēd(e n.(1)

Additional spellings: lede
17 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) Law, ecclesiastical system, order; (b) direction, guidance, control; taken to led, to take charge of (sb.).

8. lōth adj.

154 quotations in 3 senses
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(a) Hateful, displeasing, unpleasant; loth spel, evil tidings; (b) in impers. constructions: hem is loth, hit is hem loth, they do not wish (to do sth., that sth. be done); is me (us) loth, I (we) do…

9. lōde-wort n.

Additional spellings: lodewort
2 quotations in 1 sense
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The plant water crowfoot (Ranunculus aquatilis).