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wudu-wása

  • noun [ masculine ]
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wudu-wása, an; m.
A satyr, a faun
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  • Satiri, vel fauni, vel celini, vel fauni ficarii unfǽle men, wudewásan, unfǽle wihtu, Wrt. Voc. i. 17, 20. Satyri vel fauni unfǽle men, ficarii vel

    invii

    wudewásan,
      60, 23-24.
  • Wudewásan

    faunos,

      Germ. 394, 242.
    [Sumwhyle wyth wodwos he werreȝ, þat woned in þe knarreȝ], Gaw. 721.
  • A vestoure wroȝt full of wodwose, and oþer wild bestis,

      Alex. (Skt.) 1540.
  • Wodewese, woodwose silvanus, satirus, Prompt. Parv. 531, and see note. A wodewose

    silvanus,

      Wülck. Gl. 612, 2.
  • Wright, in a note to the second of the passages cited above from the Vocabularies, quotes from Withal's

    Dictionarie

    (ed. 1608) 'a woodwose satyrus.']
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  • wudu-wása, n.