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1. nẹ̄defultẹ̄ n.

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Affliction, time of trouble.

2. nẹ̄d-rōp n.

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Some type of rope.

3. nẹ̄des adv.

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(a) Of necessity, necessarily; inevitably, unavoidably; willen nedes, nedes willen, to wish, intend, or have (to do sth.) of necessity or certainly; (b) moten nedes, moten..nedes, nedes moten,

4. nẹ̄d(e)fulnes(se n.

Additional spellings: nedfulnes, nedefulnes, nedfulnesse
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(a) A time of need; affliction, distress; pl. straits, difficulties; (b) what is appropriate or necessary; a necessity, need; (c) a constraint, restriction; compulsion, necessity.

5. nẹ̄d(e-wais adv.

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By compulsion, necessarily.

6. nẹ̄d(e)fullī adv.

Additional spellings: nedefulli
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(a) Of necessity, necessarily; (b) appropriately, opportunely, usefully.

7. hæft-nẹ̄the n.

Additional spellings: hæftnethe
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Captivity, imprisonment, bondage.

8. unnẹ̄de n.

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Harm, distress, misfortune.

9. unnẹ̄deful adj.

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Unnecessary.

10. unnẹ̄delē̆s adv.

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Unnecessarily, needlessly.

11. nēdelī adj.

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Necessary, requisite, useful.

12. akennednesse n.

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Birth or incarnation (of Christ); gastlic akennednesse, spiritual rebirth.

13. nẹ̄d-swōt n.

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Sweat of anguish.

14. nẹ̄d-ācre n.

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A type of manorial ploughing service.

15. nẹ̄d-bed-rī̆pe n.

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A day of manorial service, in autumn, at which the lord of the manor provided food for the tenants; reaping service.

16. uncristened(e ppl.

Additional spellings: uncristenede
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(a) Heathen, pagan; uncristened man, a non-Christian, heathen; (b) unbaptised, unchristened; (c) as noun: non-Christians, heathens.

17. tọ̄̆fōrenempned ppl.

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Aforementioned, previously named.

18. nẹ̄d-rī̆p(e n.

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(a) A compulsory manorial service in harvest time; also, the time at which this service is exacted; ?also, land held subject to this service; (b) as surname.

19. nẹ̄d-tharf adj.

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Necessary, needful.

20. nẹ̄den v.(2)

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(a) To be necessary, needed, required, or essential; neden to, be necessary to or for (sth.); (b) to be poor, needy, or in want; also, be in need of help; (c) ?to be lacking or wanting.