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1. lith n.(1)

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(a) A joint of the body; bothe lith and bon, both joint and bone; completely; eche lith from the lire, every joint from the flesh; lith bo and lire, both joint and flesh; out of lith, out of joint…

2. līthfulle adj.

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Gentle, gracious.

3. mils-līðe adj.

Additional spellings: milsliðe
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Kind, gracious.

4. līthī adj.

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Weak, feeble; spiritually weak; of medicine: mild.

5. forlīen v.

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(a) To have illicit sexual relations with (someone), to lie with, seduce (a woman); to be unchaste, commit adultery; refl. to be adulterous; (b) to rape (a woman); forlien bi (thurgh) force, forlien

6. līthnes(se n.

Additional spellings: lithnesse
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(a) Gentleness, meekness; (b) suppleness, nimbleness.

7. lith n.(3)

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(a) A body of fighting men, army;(b) ?family, household, ?body of persons; -- used of the Trinity;(c) ?aid, assistance; ?var. of leth n. (1).

8. lī̆th-wort n.

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A medicinal plant:(a) ?the dwarf elder Sambucus ebulus;(b) ?the common, or wall, pellitory Parietaria officinalis;(c) ?buck's horn plantain Plantago coronopus.

9. lid-gate n.

Additional spellings: lidgate
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(a) A swing gate for cattle; (b) in surnames; (c) in place names [see Smith PNElem. 1.251].