Tiw; or, A view of the roots and stems of the English as a Teutonic tongue

9781232047919: Tiw; or, A view of the roots and stems of the English as a Teutonic tongue

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 Excerpt: ...waggon. Load-stone, a drawing stone. Load-star, a drawing or guiding star. Loadsman, a leading man, pilot. Lode, the leading vein of a mine. e. a dug water-course. Ladder, a drawer or lengthener up. Lot, what is drawn?--n. Stems. Lin, n. to be slack, yield. x, a lout, loose man. Lown,J Lonning, n. lame, loose-limbed. Lant, n.?,. r, T!-a drawing of cards. Lint? Linty, m. loose, idle. Land, what is drawn out horizontally. Line, what draws on. Lawnd, e. o. a piece or strip of ground, an Lawn, J open space in a wood. Lean, to draw off. T, v f 'ong, looseJ pliable. Leeny, loose or free of action? Lanner, eS, r a whip-lash. Lanyer, c.J r Lanniard, small ship-rope. Loins, what are loose or bending. Linden-tree, wood that is bending?--l. Stems. LowL-eared pig, w. a long or loose eared pig. T, to be long, loose. Lollop, n. s. to lounge. Loll-poop, a lounger. Laldrum, e. a loose simpleton. T.., ' to lull or slacken pain, &c. Lollops, n. a slattern. Lilt, n. to be loose in the gait or in singing.--s. Stems. Leery, empty, loose-Leer, W. the flank. T, ', stubble-land. L/eer-ground,J Leer, n. a barn? Lurry, n. to pull. T.j I a loose sluggish fellow. Lare, n. what is loose, a quagmire, mire. Laire, n. to wade in mud. Lurry, e. to daub with mire. Lurry, 5. to slur, go loosely over. Lirrup. Leer, to draw or reach at. Lear, n. to lean, or draw towards. T,, U drawing after. Liurch,J Lirk, n. to draw up, crease, rumple. Larch? Learn, to draw in. Lore. ' as of hay, the arms full. k. Lock. Lock, Loke, Locket. Loke, K.1-. T,!. as ot a canal.-Lock, J Loke, e. a turn-again lane.--Tch. Latch.--n. Stems. Lone. Lona, Lana, Ft. Loan, Lonein, n. Lane. Lean, to conceal. Laning, n. an inclosing, secrecy. Lun, W. to shelter, cover, keep warm. Lound, 74. lew. Lew, W. screened from cold....

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