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undern-mǽl

  • noun [ neuter ]
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undern-mǽl, es; n.
Morning-time
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  • On undernmǽl,

      Beo. Th. 2860; B. 1428.
  • An undermǽl,

      Homl. Skt. ii. 30, 319.
Etymology
[Ther walkith noon but the lymytour himself in underméles and in morwenynges, Chauc. W. of B. T. 19. Undermele postmeridies, postmessimbria, merarium, Prompt. Parv. 511. Cf. In an undermele tyde meridiano tempore, Trev. v. 373, 9. See also Nares' Dict. undermeal.]
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