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1. flank(e n.

Additional spellings: flanke
19 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) The soft portion of the body between the ribs and the pelvis; specif., the groin, the lower part of the belly, or the side or flank of the abdomen; (b) flank bon, hip bone, ilium; ivel of flank,

2. pī̆k(e n.(1)

124 quotations in 8 senses
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(a) A spike; a pointed tip or spike on a staff, pole, weapon, instrument of torture, etc.; a spike affixed to a door or wall; also, a spike used to tear or wound someone; also fig.; → of iren, an iron…

3. pigge n.

73 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) A young pig, piglet; also, a young porcupine; (b) a pig, regardless of age or sex; antoni pigge, a stray pig [see also under Antony]; barou pigge, a barrow; pigge ele, some kind of eel; pigges-hou

4. pich(e n.(1)

Additional spellings: piche
154 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) Wood tar; also, the residue of the distillation of wood tar; (b) blak pich, cedar gum; also, = pich navale; hard pich, solidified wood tar; pich liquide, fleting pich, neshe pich, pich molten

5. ridelen v.(1)

5 quotations in 1 sense
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To sift (grain); also, fig. test (sb.); -- also without obj.; spread (ashes) by means of sifting; -- used without obj.; ridelen oute of, separate (sb.) from (God's chosen).