40 shifts found

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7 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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Old English to turn away/off, avert, remove, turn upside down turn awendan
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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Old English boy young servant, servant cnafa
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Old English boy servant, (young) soldier cniht
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Old English
German
boy, servant servant cniht Knecht
80 to turn, rotate (tr.) to translate Accepted Open Show map
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Old English to turn away/off, avert, remove, turn upside down, turn to translate awendan
775 V to cut (tr.) to decide Accepted Open Show map
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Old English
Ancient Greek
cut off, shear to take a decision sceran κρίνω
857 V to show (tr.) to teach Accepted Open Show map
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Old English to show to teach, to instruct, to guide tæcan
957 N affair battle Accepted Open Show map
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Old English toil, labor struggle, contest; war gewin
977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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Old English
Gothic
cauldron, pot skull hwer hwairnei
1163 V to work to plough Accepted Open Show map
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Old English labor, strive, attend to till, cultivate tilian
1188 N <foreigner> slave Accepted Open Show map
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Old English foreigner (initially celt, gael, welshman ) slave wealh
1190 N goat <clothes> New Open Show map
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Old English kid cloak hæсеn hæcele
1222 firm, solid quick Accepted Open Show map
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Old English
English
strong, solid quick, fast fæst fast
1359 Adj firm, solid healthy Suspended Open Show map
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Old English hard healthy trum
1370 N elbow <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Old English elbow length unit eln ell
1472 Adj earth, soil country, land Accepted Open Show map
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Old English soil lot, country land, lond
1665 food meat Accepted Open Show map
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Old English
English
food, nourishment meat mete meat
2086 Adj owner husband Accepted Open Show map
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Old English
English
master, owner husband husbonda husband
2355 enemy evil spirit Accepted Open Show map
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Old English enemy devil feond
2358 old (vs. young) parents New Open Show map
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Old English elder parents ealdor ealdres
2371 night 24 hours Accepted Open Show map
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Old English night twenty four hours niht
2372 day 24 hours Accepted Open Show map
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Old English day twenty four hours dæg
2373 winter year Accepted Open Show map
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Old English winter year winter
2404 autumn harvest New Open Show map
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Old English autumn, harvest harvest hœrfest
2424 pine-tree spruce (Picea) Accepted Open Show map
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Old English
Middle English
pine tree fir tree furh fyrre
2464 tree club New Open Show map
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Old English
Gothic
tree, wood club trēo triu
2479 board, plank shield Accepted Open Show map
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Old English
Old Irish
board shield scīd sciath
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Old English board shield bord
2524 to live to plough New Open Show map
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Old English dwell, inhabit cultivate būan
2654 to die, pass away to feel hunger New Open Show map
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Old English
English
die to starve steorfan starve
2709 barley bread New Open Show map
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Old English
Old Irish
barley bread bere bairgen
2731 board, plank table; desk New Open Show map
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Old English board table bord
2739 mountain cloud New Open Show map
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Old English
English
a mass of rock, hill cloud clúd cloud
2773 to shoot shuttle (weaving instrument) New Open Show map
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Old English
English
dart, arrow shuttle scytel shuttle
2994 tree beam New Open Show map
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Old English
English
a tree a long heavy piece of wood or metal used in building houses, bridges etc beám beam
3221 Adj lord god Accepted Open Show map
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Old English a ruler, lord, prince the supreme ruler, the Lord; chiefly used for God and Christ dryhten
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Old English master of a household, ruler, superior God hlaford
3282 Adj <measure of weight> <money> Accepted Open Show map
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Old English measure of weight unit of money pund
3287 yoke yoke (figuratively) Accepted Open Show map
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Old English a yoke of oxen a yoke geoc
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