folcisc
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folcisc
Add:1. popular, with which all people are concerned Folcisc gemót, Ll. Th. i. 326, 21. 2. of the common people Folcisce men secgaþ ǽlce réþu wyrd sié yfel, Bt. 40, 2 ; F. 248, 6. ¶ on folcisc in common, popular language :-- Lytel fugel, sé is on folcisc (vulgo) þrostle geháten, Gr. D. 100, 19: 141, 27. 3. of the clergy, secular (in contrast with regular) Gif man folciscne mæssepreóst mid tihtlan belecge þe regollíf næbbe (cf. gif man mæssepreóst tihtlige þe regollíce libbe, ii), Ll. Th. i. 344, 19.
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