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1. crūsāde n.

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A Portuguese gold coin with the imprint of a cross [issued 1457 by Alfonso V].

2. Pō̆rtlī adj.

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Dignified, stately.

3. pō̆rt-manrīe n.

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The rank of portman, or free citizen.

4. pō̆rt-rẹ̄veshipe n.

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The office of portreeve.

5. pō̆rt-irẹ̄ve n.

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= port-reve.

6. pō̆rt-rẹ̄ve n.

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(a) A chief officer of a town; (b) as surname.

7. pō̆rt-man-eit n.

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(a) The meeting place of the Oxford Husting Court, and hence the court itself; (b) in surname and place name: Port Meadow in Oxford.

8. pō̆rt-man-mọ̄t n.

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A court of the portmen, or citizens, of a town; court of port-man-mot.

9. ap(p)ort n.

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(a) An offering or contribution; esp., an (annual) contribution made by a daughter religious house to the mother house; (b) a present, a gift.

10. hāven n.(1)

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(a) A harbor, port; a bay, estuary; a dockyard; ?a fortified port, a place where a navy is stationed; nimen (taken) haven, to reach port, enter a harbor; (b) with of- phr. or gen.: the port belonging…

11. pō̆rt-mọ̄t n.

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The court of a town or city.

12. port-pain n.

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A cloth for covering or carrying bread.

13. bitakil n.

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Naut. The housing of the ship's compass, binnacle.

14. pō̆rt salūt n.

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A safe port or haven; also fig.

15. pō̆rt n.(2)

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(a) A harbor, haven; port gavel, ?a tax for upkeep of a harbor; (b) a harbor town at which customs officials were stationed; an officially designated commercial port; (c) a foreign port corresponding…

16. mancowe n.

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Some kind of ape or monkey; ?an ape with a dog's head, ?dog-faced baboon.