fóþer
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fóþer
Add:I. food, nutriment Fóthur alitudo (? altitudo. v. III), Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 6. II. a covering Fóthr, fódor emblema, Txts. 59, 744. Fóþer emblemma, Wrt. Voc. ii. 29, 30. III. the body of a waggon(?); the amount contained in a waggon, a waggon-load Fóþer altitudo, wǽngehrado tabula plaustri (in a list 'de plaustris et de partibus ejus'), Wrt. Voc. i. 284, 52. Fóder altitudo (? alitudo, v. I), ii. 8, 13. Man ágeaf of six túnan æt ǽlcere sylh án fóðer cornes, C.D.B. iii. 367, 24. Án fóðer gyrda, C.D. iii. 451, 1. iiii. fóðra weada, i. 297, 2. iiii. fóðera áclofenas gauolwyda, v. 147, 20. Ælce geáre of burhwuda fíftig fóðra wudes, and fíftig swína mæsten, Cht. E. 293, 30. [Goth. fódr a sheath.] v. féþre, féþrian; fódder (fóþer and fódder seem to have become confused with one another).
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