Haca (haᵤca, 87, 1559) pessul, Txts. 88, 803,
and add: Perhaps the word occurs in the following:-- On hacapenn foreweard . . . on hacapenn foreweardne,
- C. D. iii. 412, 2, 14, An hacan penne, v. 238, 30.
On hacan pundfold, of hacan pundfalde (haccan
is the form in the MS. printed C.
- D. B. iii. 395, 18), vi. 41, 24.
- Here there might be reference to the enclosures being bolted, or to their construction with hurdles, cf. hæc, and see hake in N. E. D.
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