fiþere
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fiþere
Take here fypera in Dict., and add: 1. a wing of a living creature Cumað egeslíce mycele deór . . . heora fyðera swégað swá swá wæteres dyne ; hí fleód swiftlíce, Wlfst. 200, 15. Fiðerum alis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 55. Se kok, ǽr ðǽm ðe hé cráwan wille, hefð úp his fiðru, Past. 461, 13. Seó bródige henn tósprǽt hyre fyðera and þá briddas gewyrmð, Angl. viii. 309, 26. Hé hæfde fiþru swylce þyrnen besma, Shrn. 120, 26. 2. a wing to be eaten Þú scealt sellan wel meltende mettas, . . . hǽnne flǽsc and góse fiþru, Lch. ii. 196, 22.
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