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1. marme-stān n.

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Marble; also, a marble tomb.

2. staniel n.

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(a) A bird of prey;(b) ?a hunting dog; --?error for Spainol n. (b).

3. stōn-wal n.

Additional spellings: stonwal
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(a) A wall or rampart made of stone or masonry; -- also coll.; within ston-wal, inside a castle; (b) in proverbs and conventional comparisons.

4. sparre-stōne n.

Additional spellings: sparrestone
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Gypsum, hydrous calcium sulphate; also, a piece of gypsum.

5. stōnī̆delf n.

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(a) A stone quarry; (b) in surname and place names.

6. efesten v.

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To hasten.

7. whet-stōn n.

Additional spellings: whetston
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(a) A piece of hard stone used to sharpen cutting tools, a whetstone; also fig.; also person.; whet-ston makere, a maker of whetstones (b) coll. & pl. stone suitable for making whetstones; also,…

8. stan-merche n.

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Alexanders, horse parsley (Smyrnium olusatrum); also, some kind of gentian (?Gentiana lutea) [last quot.].

9. milne-stōn n.

Additional spellings: milneston
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(a) A millstone; ?also, a piece of millstone or grindstone [quots.: *Chauliac(1)]; erthe of the milne-ston [see erthe n.(1) 8b. (c)]; milne-ston of assise, a millstone of size and weight prescribed by…

10. stā̆n-stikel n.

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A fish of the family Gasterosteidae, a stickleback.

11. pibel n.

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(a) A small, smooth stone; (b) a stone used as a missile in warfare; -- also coll.; (c) pibel ston, a small, rounded stone; also, a stone used as a missile in warfare; (d) in place names [see Smith PN

12. brim-stōn n.

Additional spellings: brimston
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(a) The mineral sulphur; (b) quik brim-ston, native or virgin sulphur; ded brim-ston, sulphur which has been rendered inert; poudre of brim-ston, flowers of sulphur; brim-ston water, water containing…

13. tīle-stōn n.

Additional spellings: tileston
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(a) A tile or brick used for building;—also coll.; (b) a tile or brick used in the preparation of medicines or food.

14. chīmb n.

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The rim (of a barrel, formed by the joined ends of the staves).

15. rok(ke n.(1)

Additional spellings: rokke
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(a) Rock; a rock, stone, esp. a large rock or rocky outcropping; (b) a large rock or crag along the seacoast or in the sea; (c) a rocky outcropping on a mountain, cliff, precipice; rok side; (d) a…

16. stōn n.

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(a) A discrete piece of rock, esp. one of small or medium size; a stone, pebble; also, a large discrete piece of rock, a boulder; a standing stone, monolith; (b) a ston(es cast, the throuinge of a

17. wī̆ndel n.(4)

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In cpds. and combs.: yarn (garn) windel, a wooden reel from which a hank or thread of yarn may be wound into a ball, a yarn-winder; yarn (garn) windel blade, one of the crossed arms of a yarn-winder.

18. stēne n.(2)

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(a) In cpd.: stene kin [OE stān-cynn], a kind of building stone; (b) in place names [see Smith PNElem.2.141].