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læfel

  • noun [ masculine ]
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Grammar
læfel, es; m.
A cup, vessel, bowl
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  • Læfel

    sciffus,

      Wrt. Voc. 85, 66.
  • Lævel,

      25, 18.
  • Lævil

    manile,

      290, 69.
  • Læuel

    aquemanile,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 7, 14.
  • Label

    aquemale,

    l00, 60.
  • Lebil

    manile,

      113, 43.
  • Lebl

    triplia,

      122, 62.
  • Se læfyl ðe gé forstǽlon wæs mínum hláforde swíðe dýre

    scyphus, quem furati estis, ipse est, in quo bibit dominus meus,

      Gen. 44, 5.
  • Ǽren fæt, læfel oððe céc,

      Lchdm. iii. 292, 9.
  • Of ðæm hlæfle,

      Chart. Th. 439, 30.
  • Ðonne gesealde Aðelwold biscop his cynehláforde ánne sylfrenne lefel on fíf pundum

    dedit autem Athelwoldus episcopus regi quoddam vas argenteum quinque, libras appendens,

      236, 11.
  • Nym mínne sylfrenan læfyl scyphum meum argenteum, Gen. 44, 2. viii læflas

    eight cups,

      Chart. Th. 429, 36.
Etymology
[Laym. water me brohte mid guldene læflen: O. L. Ger. lavil pelvis: O. H. Ger. label, lapel, labium, concha, pelvis, Grff. ii. 78-9.]
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v.  lefel.
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