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1. north-lōnd n.

Additional spellings: northlond
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(a) The northern part of a country; (b) coll. the northern regions or countries of the world; (c) as place name.

2. Īr-lōnd n.

Additional spellings: Irlond
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(a) Ireland; Ir-lond yarn, ?yarn spun in Ireland; (b) as surname.

3. sǒuth-lō̆nd n.

Additional spellings: southlond
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(a) Land or a part of a country lying to the south; also, the southern regions of the world; (b) the southern part of Britain.

4. Scot-lōnd n.

Additional spellings: Scotlond
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(a) Scotland, including Iona; (b) Scot-lond regioun, Scotland; chirche of Scot-lond, the Scottish church; constable of Scot-lond, the chief executive officer of Scotland; king of Scot-lond, the king…

5. lōnd-folk n.

Additional spellings: londfolk
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The inhabitants of a land, natives.

6. lōnd-bọ̄k n.

Additional spellings: londbok
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A written grant of land, charter.

7. lōnd-gā̆vel n.

Additional spellings: londgavel
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Tribute from a holder or occupier of land; a rent or tax on land.

8. lānd-ōre n.

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Landed property.

9. Grẹ̄k-lōnd n.

Additional spellings: Greklond
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Greece.

10. lōnd-ȝemāre n.

Additional spellings: londȝemare
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A boundary.

11. lōnd n.

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(a) A territory considered as a political unit, a country, a kingdom; also, a smaller political unit; (b) londes folk, lond peple, the inhabitants of a country; lond god, a local deity; lond ivel

12. quarer adj.

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In phrase: quarer place, area equivalent to a certain square measure of land.

13. arpentiēr n.

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A surveyor of land.

14. Engelōnd n.

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The country inhabited by the English people, England.

15. Īs-lōnd n.

Additional spellings: Islond
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The island of Iceland; Is-lond fish, a kind of salt fish imported from Iceland; Is-lond man, a native of Iceland.

16. plǒugh-lōnd n.

Additional spellings: ploughlond
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A unit of land measure, prob. based on the amount of land which could be cultivated with one plow; also, a piece of land having this area.

17. wā̆r-lō̆nd n.

Additional spellings: warlond
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(a) Land occupied by dependent peasantry and subject to royal geld, war land; (b) a tract of such land.

18. soil n.(1)

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(a) A land, country, etc.; one's native land; (b) a piece of ground or property; also, a location, site [quot. c1450 Capgr.]; also, a battlefield [quot. c1425]; ground and soil; (c) the earth, ground…

19. shār(e n.(3)

Additional spellings: share
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(a) A portion, share; a share of a prize or booty taken at sea; (b) a duty levied on fishing boats; commune shar, revenue raised for civic repairs; (c) in place names.

20. Franc-rīce n.

Additional spellings: Francrice
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France.