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The Irish Use of English by T. P. Dolan
slane /Jb:n/, /Jle:n/ also slean n., ...
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 formed. — line A fourth part, a farthing, S . — riea A fourth governor, a tetrarch. — scyt Four cornered, quadrangular.
by Joseph Bosworth
slean. Slag-born, slah - born.
by John Jamieson
slean, to strike ; slaegen. struck. SLEEPERY, adj. V. Supper* . SLEEPIES, s. pl. Field brome gTass, from its supposed soporific quality, S. SLEETH, s.
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 Deduced from Their Originals by John Jamieson
slean, to strike; slaegen, struck. SLEEPERY, adj. V. SLIPPERy. SLEEPIES, s. pl. Field brome grass, from its ...
by Joseph Emerson Worcester
sleege, slege; slean, to slay, to beat; s'aege, a striking; Dut. slij; Dan. slegge , slegge; Sw, sliqqa.] A large, heavy hammer, used principally by blacksmiths; – also called sledge-hammer. Spenser. 3LEDGE, n. [Dut. slede. —See SLED.] A vehicle with low wheels for conveying loads: — a sled or a sleigh. [England.] Mortimer. Johnson. 3LEDGE'—HAM-MER, n. A large, heavy hammer; a sledge. Simmonds. 3LEEK, a. [Goth. slahits, smooth; A. S. slith ; Dut. sluik ; slechten, to level ; Ger.
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