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noun

  1. [archaic] An adze.

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Google previewA Standard Dictionary of the English Language ... (1906)

by Isaac Kaufman Funk

Addice is a secondary word; nothing can be adduced in evidence till something has been stated or alleged, which the evidence is to sustain. An alleged fact stands open to question or doubt. To speak of an alleged document, an alleged will, ...

Google previewDictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English, Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Ninetheenth Century which are No Longer in Use ... [etc.] (1857)

by Thomas Wright

An addice. Ann, s. To cut a deep gutter across ploughed land. Shropsh. ADEC,s. Vinegar milk.

Google previewDictionary of obsolete and provincial English (1857)

by Thomas Wright

An addice. Ade, s. To cut a deep gutter across ploughed land. Shropsh. Adec,«. Vinegar milk. Howell. Adelantado, «. (a Spanish word.) A lord president or deputy of a country ; a commander. Invincible adelantado over the armado of pimpled ...

Google previewAn Analytic Dictionary of the English Etymology (2008)

An Introduction by Anatoly Liberman

Addice remained the standard form until the 17th century. OE adesa has no obvious cognates but resembles the names of the ax in many Germanic and Romance languages; some of them begin with a- (such as Go aquisi and L ascia) , others ...

Google previewAncestry's Concise Genealogical Dictionary (1989)

by Maurine Harris, Glen Harris

acre-man addice interest, not necessarily on equal basis. acre-man: (Middle English) a man who ploughed or cultivated the land. acreme: (obsolete) a square acre or a piece of land a furlong square. acre-shot: (obsolete) a tax or charge per ...

Google previewThe farmer's encyclopædia, and dictionary of rural affairs (1842)

by Cuthbert William Johnson

addice, derived from the Saxon aoepe, an axe.) ...

Google previewScottish Dictionary and Supplement (1841)

In Four Volumes. Suppl. Aai-Jux by John Jamieson

addice or adze, E. "Eitclies for cowpers, the dozen — iiil xiis." Rates, A. 1611. — " Axes, eitches, drug saw, bow saw," &c. Depredations on theClanCampbell,p.52. V.Drug saw. A.S. adesa, " an axe, ...

Google previewAn Universal Etymological English Dictionary Comprehending the Derivations of the Generality of Words in the English Tongue, ... and Also a Brief and Clear Explication of All Difficult Words Derived from Any of the Aforefaid Languages; ... Together with a Large Collection and Explication of Words and Phrases Us'd in Our Ancient Statutes, ... By N. Bailey (1724)

ADDER-STUNG, faid of Cattle when Stung with venemous Reptiles, as Adders, Scorpions ; or bit by a Hedge-hog, or hrew ADDICE, AL [Abeya, Sax. Afeia, L. ADZE, diğiya, Gr.] an Inftrument, generally madeuse of : Coopers. To ADDICT ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Fourteenth Century (1872)

by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

ADDICE. (1 ) An addled egg. Huloet. (2) An adze or axe. This is a common form of the word ...

Google previewA New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1754)

Comprehending All the Branches of Useful Knowledge, with Accurate Descriptions as Well of the Various Machines, Instruments, Tools, Figures, and Schemes Necessary for Illustrating Them, as of the Classes, Kinds, Preparations, and Uses of Natural Productions, Whether Animals, Vegetables, Minerals, Fossils, Or Fluids; Together with the Kingdoms, Provinces, Cities, Towns, and Other Remarkable Places Throughout the World by Society of Arts (Great Britain). Society of Gentlemen, Thomas Jefferys

ADZE, a kind os ax, otherwise called addice.

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic & Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs & Ancient Customs, Form the Fourteenth Century (1852)

by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

ADDICE. (1 ) An addled egg. Huloet. (2) An adze or axe. This is a common form of the word ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words (1855)

Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Fourteenth Century by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

ADDICE. (1 ) An addled egg. Huloet. (2) An adze or axe. This is a common form of the word ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Heraldica Or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry (1828)

by William Berry

Addice, ar. three addices az. handles or. Addison, erm. on a bend gu. three annulets or, on a chief az. three leopards' heads of the third. Addock-ap, or Paddock, ar. a fesse betw. three frogs vert. Addott, per chev. gu. and ar. A DDOtts, parted ...

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