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1. fecche n.

25 quotations in 2 senses
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Any of certain cultivated or wild leguminous plants belonging to the genus Vicia or to allied genera; vetch.

2. spīce n.(1)

85 quotations in 4 senses
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(a) Spice or sugar added to food or drink to enhance the flavor; also fig.; cake of (with) spices, a spiced cake; cheuen (taken) spice, to chew a spice as a breath freshener; (b) a spiced dish or…

3. spīce n.(2)

80 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) A type or kind of person, flavor, etc.; (b) the human species; mannes spice, mankind; (c) a species of plant; a genus of animals, fish, trees, etc.; (d) med. & pathol. a type or variety of…

4. chirche n.

465 quotations in 14 senses
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A consecrated building: (a) for Christian worship and the performance of religious rites; (b) as affording rights of sanctuary to fugitives; taken the chirche; (c) as used for the performance of…

5. iswinken v.

8 quotations in 1 sense
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To engage in physical labor, work hard; specif. work at a task, fight in combat, perform sexually, etc.; ben iswunken.

6. -k(e suf.

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A derivational suffix in words from OE and borrowings from ON, MLG, and MDu.: (nouns) balk(e, larke, etc.; (verbs) lurken, runken, sanken, skulken, etc. It occasionally occurs in ME or possibly ME…

7. treu(e n.(1)

Additional spellings: treue
106 quotations in 8 senses
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(a) A pledge to cease hostilities for a lengthy or an indefinite period of time, usu. as a preliminary to further negotiation or the formal establishment of a peace; also, the peace established…