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1. bandǒun n.

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Power to control, rule, or dispose; -- only in prep. phrases: (a) ben in (at) bandoun, be in (someone's) power or under (his) control; be dominated by (sb.); be in bondage; ben in sere bandons, be…

2. dọ̄m n.

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(a) The administering of justice; the act of judging; don dom, to administer justice; sitten in (upon) dom, sit in judgment; (b) a court of law; also, a public assembly, a royal or papal court; don to

3. dọ̄men v.

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To pass judgment upon (sb.), sentence (sb.).

4. ?dọ̄m-kẹ̄te adj.

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Swift or sharp of judgment, harsh.

5. hā̆lī̆-dọ̄̆m n.

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A sacred relic, a box containing sacred relics; coll. sacred relics; -- often in oaths and adjurations: for the hali-dom, so help me God and (the) hali-dom, sweren on (the) halidom(es, etc.

6. misdọ̄m n.

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A false judgment, an incorrect conclusion.

7. right-wīs-dọ̄mǒus adj.

Additional spellings: rightwisdomous
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Rightly judging.

8. waxdam n.

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Full growth, maturity.