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1. lufsumlēc n.

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Beauty.

2. lẹ̄ches n. plural

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(a) Looks, glances; (b) demeanor, countenance; (c) thoughts, feelings; heigh leches, proud thoughts; (d) looks, appearance.

3. unwrestlēc n.

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Wickedness, sinfulness.

4. lēke adj.

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Leaky.

5. knẹ̄-lẹ̄k n.

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An onion.

6. sikerlēc n.

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A sense of security, overconfidence.

7. wōhlēc n.

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= wohlac n.

8. lē̆ch(e n.(1)

Additional spellings: leche
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(a) The solution obtained by pouring a liquid over or through a substance, an infusion; (b) lech coumb, a vat for soaking.

9. gā̆r-lē̆k n.

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(a) Garlic (Allium sativum); also, a bulb or a clove of garlic; clove of gar-lek, one of the small bulbs making up a bulb of garlic; (b) wilde gar-lek, some uncultivated member of the genus Allium…

10. -lāc suf.

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A derivational suffix in abstract nouns derived from OE or ON: brud-lac, fair-lek, fight-lak, freo-lac, godleic, grimme-leʒʒc, haʒherleʒc, meklac, reflac, wedlok, etc. In ME formations it is…

11. lẹ̄k n.

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(a) A leek (Allium porrum); unsette lek, a leek not yet transplanted; (b) garlic (Allium sativum); also, one of a group of sharp-tasting herbs; lek man, a dealer in potherbs; (c) in phrases: grene