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líf-lád

  • noun [ feminine ]
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líf-lád, e; f.
Conduct of life, way of life, life,
    R. Ben. 1, Lye
Etymology
[cf. hwa so eauer boc writ of mi liflade, Marh. 20, 16: heo goð mid gode liflode touward þe riche of heouene, A. R. 350, 4. It is also used to mean that by which life is supported, livelihood Heo tilede here lyflode, R. Glouc, 41, 22: lyvelode or lyfhode victus,
    Prompt. Parv. 308.
So O. H. Ger. líb-leita victus, annona, alimontum, alimentum.]
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  • líf-lád, n.