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1. ēling n.

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An aisle of a church, or a similar part of another building.

2. ēlen v.

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To anoint (sb.), as in the consecration of a king or in extreme unction.

3. iēled ppl.

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?Served with wings carved off or laid open at the joints.

4. el-lendish adj.

Additional spellings: ellendish
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Of another land, foreign; barbarous.

5. anēlen, -ien v.(2)

Additional spellings: anelien
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(a) To administer extreme unction; (b) to anoint.

6. braunchelet n.

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Fig. A branch or twig.

7. ēle n.(1)

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Oil; holi ele, holy oil, chrism.

8. assē̆l(le n.

Additional spellings: asselle
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The armpit or the place under the arm; ?the shoulder (of a saddle).

9. stuble-ēle n.

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A large-sized eel; -- also coll.; = stubbe-ele n.

10. ēle n.(2)

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A lateral division of a church on either side of the nave, usually set off by a row of columns; aisle; north ele, south ele.