ceác
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ceác
AddCeác antulum, Wrt. Voc. i. 291, 1: 285, 13: ii. 8, 34: urna, An. Ox. 4322. Ágrafen ceác expolita pelvis. Germ. 403, 16. Æren fæt, læfel oþþe céc, Lch. iii. 292, 9. On ceáce (concha) fét ðweánde, Angl. xiii. 415, 716. Ðone ceák (luterem) . . . on ðǽm ceáke, Past. 105, 17, 13. (David) genam his (Saul's) ceác (scyphum aquae, 1 Sam. 26, 11), Ps. Th. 35, arg. Se gelýfeda cempa bróhte ceác fulne wæteres fulluhtes biddende, Hml. Th. i. 428, 1. Gedó on ceác fulne wínes (cf. ceác-full), Lch. ii. 30, 23. [Cf. (?) N. E. D. keach to ladle out.] [From Lat. caucus.]
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