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1. vassalāǧe n.

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(a) The behavior, actions, etc. of an ideal vassal; knightly prowess, esp. in military service; also iron. [quot. c1430]; also, an instance of such behavior or prowess, a chivalrous deed; ?a…

2. -āǧe suf.

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In many nouns taken from OF, denoting states, actions, concretes, groups, rights, services, etc., e.g. avauntage, baggage, baronage, cariage, coinage, courage, cousinage, heritage, homage, langage,

3. eldir n.

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Maturity.

4. āǧen v.

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(a) To grow old, age; (b) ppl. advanced in years, old.

5. meindre āǧe phr.

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State of being under age, minority.

6. messāǧe n.(1)

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(a) A communication conveyed by a messenger or in a ballad; a message; don message, to deliver a message; maken message, send a message; (b) a message borne from a king or lord; an official message…

7. homāǧe n.

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(a) The ceremony or act of acknowledging one's faithfulness to his feudal lord; feudal allegiance of a vassal or tenant; homage and feute; homage and servise; ouen homage, to be obliged to render…

8. gavilig(e)indeche n.

Additional spellings: gaviligeindeche
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?A piece of land held under the tenure called gavel-ikinde.

9. -enǧer suf.

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Derivational suffix, late ME variant of -aǧer, forming a few agent nouns, as pass-enǧer, -inǧer, -anǧer beside pass-aǧer; mess-enǧer, -inǧer, -anǧer beside mess-aǧer; also herb-enǧer beside herb-eǧ

10. mē̆nāǧe n.(2)

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Suitability; weder of menage, favorable weather.

11. cǒmpanāǧe n.(2)

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Company.

12. bretāǧe n.

Additional spellings: britage, brutage
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(a) A defensive structure on a wall or tower, such as a parapet or bastille; also, a barricade, a wall; (b) a defensive structure on the back of an elephant; (c) an ornamental raised edge or a peaked…

13. vicā̆rāǧe n.

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(a) The position or office of a parish vicar or a choral vicar in a collegiate church; the benefice held by a parish vicar; perpetuelle vicarage, a vicarage to which a vicar is permanently appointed…

14. sorāǧe n.

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The first year of a hawk, when it still has its reddish-brown plumage.