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1. cot-sēt(e n.

Additional spellings: cotset, cot-sete, cotsete
5 quotations in 1 sense
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A cotter; cot-set lond, a cottage holding or the land belonging to it.

2. forbōrn ppl.

2 quotations in 1 sense
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Of a child: born, brought forth.

3. birlen v.(1)

25 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) To serve or offer (a drink); serve (a drink to sb.); serve (sb.) with a drink; often fig.; (b) to be refreshed.

4. burgh n.(1)

195 quotations in 6 senses
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(a) A town, a city; also, a small village; (b) in various fig. senses: burgh of bale, hell; burgh of heven, the celestial city; middelerdes burgh, worldes burgh, the world; (c) hegh burgh, great city…

5. bēren v.(1)

748 quotations in 14 senses
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(a) To carry (sth.), bring, carry away; be a bearer or carrier; refl. to betake oneself, go; (b) beren again, bring back, restore; beren awei, carry away; also, steal; beren forth, carry away; beren

6. sẹ̄ten n. plural

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In phrase: dorchestre seten, the people of Dorchester.