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1. anguille n.

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(a) Eel [prob. only OF & AL]; (b) an endoparasitic 'worm'.

2. ars-metrīk(e n.

Additional spellings: arsmetrik, ars-metrike, arsmetrike
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(a) The 'art' or 'science' of measuring and calculating, being one of the four disciplines comprised in the quadrivium (along with geometry, astronomy, and music); (b) a treatise on this 'science'.

3. attachen, -ien v.

Additional spellings: attachien
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Law (a) To distrain or bind (sb.) to appear in court; attachen bodi, distrain (someone's) person; attachen bi borwes; (b) to take into custody, arrest (sb.), take prisoner; (c) to sequester or attach…

4. ā̆verāǧe n.

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A service owed by the tenant to his feudal superior [orig. consisting of work performed by the tenant with his draft animals].

5. bagge n.(1)

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(a) A bag or sack, with or without its contents; traveling bag, wallet, satchel, pouch; bagge portatif; undo the bagge; (b) a bag as a unit of measure.

6. ?bin-heie n.

Additional spellings: binheie
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An enclosure, pen.

7. bito(u)r n.

Additional spellings: bitour
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The European bittern (Botaurus stellaris).

8. bō̆rd-lō̆nd n.

Additional spellings: bordlond
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Land held by a cottager under the feudal system; ?land held by the lord of the manor to produce food for his table [Bracton].

9. bǒuǧẹ̄ n.(2)

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(a) Sheepskin (as distinct from lambskin), budge, ?trimmed sheepskin; bouge skin; (b) bouge rowe, Furriers' Row; bouge shank, fur from the shank of a sheep.

10. burgāǧe n.

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(a) Real estate held directly from the king or a lord, usually with no feudal obligation other than a fixed annual rent in money; a house or land lying within a borough; burgage lond; (b) the tenure…

11. cedūle n.

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(a) A piece of paper or parchment containing writing; a written document, letter, etc.; (b) a brief document attached to a roll or enclosed in a letter, and usually containing a list of names or bill…

12. champartīe n.

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Law The practice of aiding a litigant for a share of the matter in dispute, champerty.

13. chaumi n.

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Straw, stubble.

14. chemināǧe n.

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A toll paid to the forester for entering or passing through a forest. [See Neilson Cust.Rents in OSSLH 2 143.]

15. cǒurbe n.

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(a) A curved or arched piece of timber; (b) a hump.

16. Curtāna n.

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The sword of King Edward the Confessor, a blunted sword borne before the King of England at his coronation.

17. custumẹ̄r n.

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(a) A customs official, collector of customs; (b) a tradesman liable for the payment of a tax.

18. cuve n.

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A tub or vat.

19. daggē̆re n.

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A dagger.

20. dragme n.

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(a) A unit of apothecary's weight of one eighth of an ounce, a dram; (b) fig. a bit of talent.