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Definition of the noun Maegth
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- [context: history] In Anglo-Saxon England, an extended family, a kind of kindred group.
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maegth, virgo. Philotus. To MAGIL, MAIGIL, v. a. To mangle. - Douglas. MAGRAVE, MAGRY, prep. Maugre. V. Mawgre. Wyntown. MAHOUN, s. 1. Mahomet, O.S. and E. 2. Transferred to the devil. Dunbar.
by John Jamieson
maegth, virgo. Philotus. To MAGIL, MAIGIL, v. a. To mangle. Douglas. MAGRAVE, MAGRY, prep. Maugre. V. Mawgke. Wyntown. MAHOUN, s. 1. Mahomet, O.S. andE. 2. Transferred to the devil. Dunbar.
by John Jamieson
maegth, virgo. To MAGIL, MAIGIL, o. a. To mangle. Doug. MAGISTRAND, Msommsn, s. l. The denomination given to those who are in the highest philosophical class, before graduation. It is retained in the University of Aberdeen ; pron.
On the Basis of Webster's English Dictionary ... Also, a Supplement Containing an Extensive Collection of Words, Terms and Phrases in ... Literature, Science, and Art, Together with Numerous Obsolete, Obsolescent, and Scottish Words Not Included in Previous English Dictionaries by John Ogilvie
maegth, from mag, * general name of relaboy, or woman; magd; Ir. Goth. mogh, a man;
The Imperial Dictionary (1861)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
maegth, from maey, MAIDEN, n. The name of an instrument of capital punishment, formerly used at Halifax in Yorkshire, and in Scotland. It is the prototype of the Maiden, Museum of the Society of Antiquaries, Edinburgh. French guillotine.
Chambers's English Dictionary, Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological, with Vocabularies of Scottish Words and Phrases, Americanisms, &c (1893)
by William Chambers
maeden, maegth, Ger. magd, Goth. magaths, a maid, Gael, maighdean, a maid; mac, a son; Welsh and Breton, mab, map, a son.] MAID-CHILD, mād-child, n. (B.) A female child. MAIDEN, mād'n, n. A maid.—adj. Pertaining to a virgin or ...
by John Ogilvie
maegth, a ...
m&gden, < maegth, maid.] — maid'en-halr", n. A very delicate and graceful fern. See illus. on next page.— inaid'en-liead, n. Maidenhood. — inaid'en-hood, n . The Btate of being a maiden or virgin.— maid'en-ly, a. Befitting a maiden; gentle; ...
in which the words are explained in their different senses, authorized by the names of the writers by whom they are used, or the titles of the works in which they occur, and derived from their originals by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.)
maegth, virgo. To MAGIL, Maigu., v. a. To mangle. Doug. MAGISTRAND, Maqbstrahd, §. 1. The denomination given to those who are in the highest philosophical clasB, before graduation. It is retained in the University of Aberdeen; pron.
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Video shows what maegth means. In Anglo-Saxon England, an extended family, a kind of kindred group, clan, tribe, generation, stock, race, people. Maegth ...
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