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hése

  • noun
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Grammar
hése, hoese, haese, hýse woodland country, land with bushes and bushwood. [The character of the land to which this name is applied seems marked by the fact that a denbǽre is called hése]
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  • Adiectis quatuor denberis . . . heáhden, hése, helmanhyrst,

      C. D. i. 317, 20.
  • Adiectis denberis in commune saltu . . . Meredaen . . . and Teppan hýse,

      194, 36.
  • De patrimonio meo. . . . nomine Hyse,

      298, 36.
  • In loco qui dicitur on Linga hoese,

      192, 13.
  • Terra . . . pertinens tó haese,

      294, 25.
  • Cf. Ðonon on hésleá,

      C. D. V. 121, 34.
  • On hésleábróc, iii. 97, 29: vi. 102, 31.
Etymology
[O. L. Ger. (Gall.) hési-penning a forest-tax. See Jelliughaus, s. v. hees. Low Lat. heisia silva sepibus septa, Migne.]
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  • hése, n.