holm
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holm
Add: [For the use of holm in the sense of hill v. (?) holm- wudu ; and for the later use of the word in this sense cf. þe vox ulih to þam holme (cleoue, 2nd MS.), Laym. 20861.] I. sea Brym vel holm cataclismus, diluvium , Wrt. Voc. ii. 129, 42. Sǽýþa vel holmas equo[r], maria , 143, 74. II. low-lying land by a stream, occurring in local names Man beónn ealle Cantware tó wigge tó Holme, C. D. ii. 387, 19. Into Holme minstre, 113, 29. Of elkanleighe tó hilisbrók on þane holm ; þane endelanges thes brókes in on wryng; þanen end-lang wryng, C. D. B. ii. 264, 18. [v. N. E. D. holm.]
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