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teoru

  • noun [ masculineneuter ]
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Grammar
teoru, teoro, teru(-o), tearo, taru: gen. teorwes, also tearos; n.: teora, tara, an; m.
Wright's OE grammar
§92; §362;
Tar, resin, gum; also the wax of the ear
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  • Teoru

    gluten,

      Txts. 67, 985.
  • Teoru, teru cummi, 55, 616:

    resina,

      93, 1716.
  • Blaec teoru (teru)

    napta,

      79, 1360.
  • Teru bapis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 125, 17:

    cummi,

      137, 44.
  • Blæc teru

    napta,

      60, 5.
  • Tero gluten, 40, 25:

    napta,

      71, 35.
  • Taru,

      Lchdm. ii. 312, 20.
  • Wiþ teorwe,

      132, 5.
  • Meng wiþ sóte sealt, teoro, hunig,

      76, 8: 134, 11.
  • Dó of ðínum eáran ðæt teoro,

      112, 3.
  • Meng wiþ pipor and wiþ teoran,

      76, 7.
Etymology
[To maken a tur of tigel and ter, Gen. and Ex. 662. The tarre that to thyne sheep by*-*longeth, Piers P. C-text, x. 262. Terre butumen, Wrt. Voc. i. 227, col. 2 (15th cent.). Tere, 279, col. 2. Terre or pyk, Prompt. Parv. 489. Icel. tjara.]
Similar entries
v. ifig-, scip-, treów-teoru (-tearo, -teora); tirwa.
Linked entries
v.  tara tearo tero treów-teoru.
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  • teoru, n.