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From Middle English sculle ( “ a type of oar ” ) , Unknown This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term. Noun [ edit ] scull ( plural sculls ) A single oar mounted at the stern of a boat and moved from side to side to propel

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Hyphenation: meg‧érint Verb [ edit ] megérint ( transitive ) to touch ( to make physical contact with ) Megérintettem a hajá t . ‎ ― I touched his/her hair. ( transitive ) to touch ( to affect emotionally ) Ez a történet megérinti az embereke t . ‎ ― This

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the plaid was customarily shrugged off before the charge bit home, and the warrior came into contact with only his long, saffron shirt (‘ leine chrochach ’) to preserve modesty. The typical chequered pattern of a plaid; tartan .

wiktionary.org | 2017/8/18 14:54:37

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From Middle English leed , from Old English lēad ( “ lead ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *laudą ( “ lead ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *lewdʰ- ( “ lead ” ) . Cognate with Scots leid , lede ( “ lead ” ) , North Frisian lud , luad ( “ lead ” ) , West Frisian lead

wiktionary.org | 2018/1/18 6:17:15

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From Middle English foul , from Old English fūl ( “ foul, unclean, impure, vile, corrupt, rotten, guilty ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *fūlaz ( “ foul, rotten ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *puH- ( “ to rot ” ) . Cognate with Dutch vuil ( “ foul ” ) , German faul (

wiktionary.org | 2018/1/28 19:24:09

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From Middle English bonet , from Middle French bonet (Modern French bonnet ), from Old French bonet ( “ material from which hats are made ” ) , from Frankish *bunni ( “ that which is bound ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *bundiją ( “ bundle ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European

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118, [2] Students should be told in advance that training sessions will involve close physical contact with manikins used by their fellow students. A little man (sometimes as a term of endearment ). Synonyms : homunculus , midget , peewee , shorty , titman c. 1599 , William Shakespeare

wiktionary.org | 2017/10/9 8:45:04

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surface) to another without slipping; to bring all the parts of (one line or surface) into successive contact with another, in such a manner that at every instant the parts that have been in contact are equal. To turn over in one's mind; to revolve. ( US , slang ) To behave in a certain

wiktionary.org | 2018/2/19 13:31:49

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From Middle English broom , from Old English brōm ( “ brushwood ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *brēm- ( “ bramble ” ) (compare Saterland Frisian Brom , West Frisian brem , Dutch braam , German Low German Braam ), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰrem- , from *bʰer- ‘edge’.