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1. boxen v.(2)

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To beat or whip (an animal).

2. boxen v.(1)

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(a) To bleed (sb.) by cupping; (b) boxen up, store (sth.) in a jar.

3. arcul n.

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Some kind of measure.

4. box n.(3)

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A stroke delivered with a weapon; also, a blow of any kind.

5. chāste n.(2)

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(a) holden in chaste, keep in one's bosom, keep secret [cp. chest(e 3]; (b) staircase, stairwell.

6. buk-horn n.

Additional spellings: bukhorn
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Cured fish (?whiting), stockfish [see OD buckhorn].

7. boisẹ̄ Old French ppl.

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In a shell or crust.

8. skipet n.

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Physiol. A vesica, bladder; skipet of galle, the gall bladder.

9. box n.(2)

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A jar (for salves, cosmetics, spices, etc.), usually cylindrical.

10. box n.(1)

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(a) The box tree (Buxus sempervirens) or its wood; box tre; box table, a tablet of boxwood (for inscriptions); (b) rendering L sambucus 'elder' erroneously.

11. trī̆acler n.

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(a) One who makes and sells remedies; (b) a container for medicine.

12. spar-box n.

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Some kind of container, prob. made of crystalline mineral.

13. tille n.(1)

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A locker or similar container for the storage of military gear; also, a casket or similar container.