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London Irish Fictions (2012)
Narrative, Diaspora and Identity by Tony Murray
A slean is a spade ...
The Engineer (1859)
Slean is a rather dense, brownish peat, composed of horizontal layers; the forms of its components are slightly traceable in it. It increases in density from the surface downwards, and is generally about 10 ft. deep. In its normal state (when dry) it ...
by Joseph Bosworth
— slean To beat with the fist. Fytung, e; /. A fighting. Fyfcer; g. fyíres; pi. nm. ac. fyíru ; re. A feather, wing. — ed Feathered. Fy%eT-aéd\ edFourdealed,quar- tered. — féte, -íóteFour-foot- ed, quadruped. — hiwe Four shaped, or ...
Based on Groschopp's Grein. Edited, Revised, and Corrected with Grammatical Appendix, List of Irregular Verbs, and Brief Etymological Features by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein
See slean, sleaht, slabpan, slupan. slepan, w. v. to cover, draw a slip over, impose.
Based on Groschopp's Grein by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein
See slean, sleaht, sUepan, slupan. slepan, w. v. to cover, draw a slip over, impose. be-slepan, the same ...
by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein
slagaru See slean (to ...
The Irish Use of English by T. P. Dolan
slane /Jb:n/, /Jle:n/ also slean n., a sharp-bladed spade for cutting ...
Definitions, Pronunciation, Synonyms, Etymology Comprising Hundreds of New Words
slean, strike] Syn. Murder; slaughter; butcher. sleazy (slé'zi), a. Wanting firmness of texture; thin; flimsy. [Ger. schleissig. threadbare] sled (sled), sledge ( slej), n8. Carriage made for sliding upon snow; sleigh. [Low Ger. sleden—A. S. slidan ...
by Andrew Findlater
slecge—slean, to strike, slay (cf. Ger. schldgel, a beater—schlagen). See S1ay.] Sleek, slék, adj., smooth .' glossy : soft : not rough. —adv. Sleek'ly.—n. S1eek'ness. [Ger. schlicht, Ice. slikja, to smooth or polish; perh. akin to Slight.] Sleep ...
by Chambers W. and R., ltd
slean; Ice sld, Goth, slahan, Ger. schlagen, to strike.] Sled, sled, Sledge, slej, n. a carriage made for sliding upon snow : a sleigh. [Low Ger. sletfe, Ice. sledt ; from a root sccu in AS. slidan, to slide. ] ...
Middle English Dictionary (1988)
by John Reidy
[OE slean, (A) sla; sg.3 (WS) sliehb, slihb, (Nhb.) slabs, (Merc.) slaehb, slaeb, sle8; sg.impv. slea, sleah, sleh, slyh; ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals; and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers: Together with a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson
Slean kam is, by vulgar pronunciation, brought to kim kam. Dr. Johnson. – Kamm, or camm, Welsh, crooked. See CAMous.] Crooked. Sicin. This is clean kain. Brut. Merely awry. Shakspeare, Coriol. The wrong way, clean contrary, quite kam.
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