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41. sneke n.

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A head cold.

42. stuth n.

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A customary rent [see quots.]; shir-reve stuth, ?a payment to a sheriff for the expenses of his office [the combs. shir-reve toth & shir-reves teth s.v. shir-reve n. (d) should be changed to shir-reve

43. stǒute n.

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In phrase: stoute and route, completely.

44. pirī n.

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A storm, squall; a blast of wind.

45. plǒuke n.

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A pustule, pimple.

46. rōve n.(2)

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

47. shō̆t n.

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(a) A missile, such as an arrow, a dart, spear, cannon projectile, etc.; also fig.; -- often coll.; shot of honde, darts, javelins, etc.; casting shot, a missile; sheten (oute) shot; (b) coll. weapons…

48. osete n.

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(a) A kind of cloth, probably woolen; also, a piece of such cloth; (b) an instrument used in making cloth, probably a loom under a certain size used in making this cloth.

49. warrok n.(1)

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A somewhat disparaging or contemptuous term for a dog; ?a hideous or monstrous creature.

50. scoudere n.

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(a) One who dresses skins into leather of a white or light color [cp. whittauier n.]; (b) as surname.

51. 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…

52. war-lou n.

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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…

53. squirel n.

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(a) A squirrel, esp. the common Eurasian red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris); -- also coll.; (b) the fur of the squirrel; (c) squirel tail, the tail of a squirrel; -- also coll.; squireles tail(es, the…

54. tusse-mose n.

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A bouquet of flowers or herbs, nosegay.

55. pakā̆ld n.

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A package, bundle; burden, load.

56. lābī n.

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A burden; -- used fig.

57. undẹ̄mnes n.

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

58. trotevāle n.

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(a) Vain talk, idle tale-telling; also, a trifle; a piece of foolishness; (b) a deceit, trick, delusion.

59. bitlok n.

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A bit of food.

60. wēve n.

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In phrase: in litel weve, in a moment.