Search Constraints

Etymology pile Remove constraint Etymology: pile
Number of results to display per page

Search Results

1. pīl(e n.(4)

22 quotations in 2 senses
Sense / Definition
(a) A pillar supporting a floor or foundation; a pier of a bridge; (b) a pile, heap; also, a stack of something; also, a mass; (c) some kind of weighing device, prob. used for weighing gold and…

2. pil(e n.(1)

6 quotations in 1 sense
Sense / Definition
The reverse side or tail of a coin; cros & pil, head and tail of a coin; money; also, everything; cros and pil stonden in balaunce, everything is uncertain; cros nor pil, any money at all; neither pil

3. rū̆kelen v.

3 quotations in 1 sense
Sense / Definition
To assemble (sth.), heap up, amass; heap (coals of fire on someone's head).

4. pīlen v.(3)

2 quotations in 1 sense
Sense / Definition
(a) To heap (sth.) up; pilen up, form (soil) into ridges; (b) to fill (sth.) full.

5. pille n.

5 quotations in 1 sense
Sense / Definition
(a) A pill containing a medicament; pille cochie (rasis, a pill containing a purgative; pille fetid, ?a foul-smelling pill; (b) a pellet found in a pigeon's gizzard.

6. railē̆r n.

1 quotation in 1 sense
Sense / Definition
A curtain rod.

7. desselī adv.

4 quotations in 1 sense
Sense / Definition
(a) Stacked up, in a pile; (b) repeatedly, constantly, busily.

8. rǒuken v.

12 quotations in 1 sense
Sense / Definition
(a) To heap (sth.) up; (b) to cower, huddle, crouch; lurk; squat, sit; also fig.; (c) in phrase: nought..rouken nor rounen, not to mumble, not to whisper.