bil
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bil
bill. Dele Dut. and Ger. cognates, and add: [I. a falchion, v. Dict.] II. a bill, an implement for cutting (wood, stone, weeds) Síðe vel bill falcastrum, Wrt. Voc. i. 16, 16: 34, 16. Bill bidubium (ferramentum rusticum idem quod falcastrum, Migne), i. marra, ii. 12, 74: marra, 57, 70. Se hálga man [Benedict) ágeaf þám Gotan þone gelóman (þæt bill, v. l.), and cwæð: 'Hér is þín bill (v. wudubill falcastrum, 113, 18), Gr. D. 114, 17. Bill chalibem (cf. 92, 7, a gloss on Ald. 159, 33 where the incident of the preceding passage is related), Wrt. Voc. ii. 20, 57. Hé sceal habban æcse, adsan, bil, Angl. ix. 263, 1. v. cweorn-bill; case-bill.
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