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1. scǒur n.

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(a) An attack, a conflict; an attack or a pang of emotional suffering; (b) in phrase: god scour, at high speed, quickly; comen (driven, faren, etc.) god scour.

2. smewe v. (past singular)

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Pulled off (a garment).

3. wēthe n.

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A piece of cloth, swatch; saumple wethe, a sample of cloth used to match a color.

4. vō̆k n.(1)

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Prowess, strength; also, pride, vainglory, arrogance; beren vok.

5. mīthen v.(2)

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To see or observe (sth.); ?be observed or seen.

6. thrat adj.

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?Swollen, enlarged; ?misshapen.

7. shọ̄n v.

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(a) To put shoes on (sb., oneself, a statue); provide (sb.) with shoes; also fig.; cover the feet of (sb. with sth.); also, cover (the feet with sth.); -- used fig.; hosen and shon; (b) ppl. shod

8. Scot n.(1)

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(a) An inhabitant of Scotland; a native Scot; a Scottish soldier; -- sometimes used anachronistically; (b) in cpds. & combs.: Scot lede, Scotland; the Scots; Scot riveling, a derogatory nickname for a…

9. war-lou n.

Additional spellings: warlou
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(a) One who is disloyal to king or country, a traitor; a criminal, felon; also with diminished force as a term of abuse (b) a wicked person, sinner; an impious person, infidel; a deceiver; also used…

10. undẹ̄mnes n.

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?Extraordinary or incalculable force, harshness, or severity; undemnes dint, an extraordinarily strong blow.

11. cros n.

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(a) A cross for crucifixion, a gibbet; (b) the cross of Christ; holi cros; Exaltacioun of the cros, a feast, Sept. 14; feste of the holi cros, feast of the Invention of the Cross, May 3; (c) winnen