hind
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hind
v hynd. Substitute: hind Seó þridde hind (this seems a mistake for híd. Cf. seó þridde hid æt Dydincotan, 400, 8) æt Dydin*-*cotan . . . Ðonne is ealles dæs landes þreó hída, . n. æt Penedoc and . 1. æt Dydinecotan, C. D. iii. 19, 7-9. See, however, Kemble's Saxons in England i. 113, where hind is taken as hynd, and so connected with numeral hand.
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