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1. āǧe n.

181 quotations in 8 senses
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(a) A stage or period in human life, a person's age; one of the 'seven periods' of life; also, the condition of having lived a certain time; betwen two ages, ?between youth and middle age…

2. æʒ-moran n.

Additional spellings: æʒmoran
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?Eye nerves; ?eye socket.

3. daies-īe n.

Additional spellings: daiesie
29 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) The European daisy or marguerite (Bellis perennis) [with pink-tipped petals]; the litel daies-ie; (b) as surname.

4. eie n.(1)

486 quotations in 19 senses
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(a) The organ of vision, the eye; (b) bodili (erthli, fleshes, fleshli, outer) eie.

5. ō̆n-eige adj.

Additional spellings: oneige
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6. toren-eʒe adj.

Additional spellings: toreneʒe
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(a) Bleary-eyed; also, of the eyes: bleared; (b) as noun phrase: ?bleariness or rheuminess of the eyes; ?bleary eyes.