lǽs
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lǽs
AddSeó lǽs is tóforan eallum mannum gemǽne on ðám hǽðfelda the pasture on the heathfield lies open to admit all men , C. D. iii. 419, 21. Án lǽs on waruðe, 429, 16. Sceáp lǽsuwe (léswe, Ps. Srt.) his oues pascuae eius , Ps. L. 99, 3. On stówe lǽswen (lǽswe?, lǽswena?; léswe, Ps. Srt.) in loco pascuae , 22, 2. Hý létan him tó . . . þá mǽde . . . and twégra getýmena lǽse, and týn cúna forð mid þas hláfordes and his sceápa lǽse æfter þæs hláfordes, C. D. B. i. 544, 3. Þone þe ðis land gelytlede on lǽsu[m ?] oððe on gemǽru[m ?] qui istam terram diminuerit in pascuis siue metis, C. D. v. 253, 36. ¶ beólǽs pasture where there were many flowers for bees ? Cf. Beó-leáh, C. D. iii. 75, 37 :-- On beólése . . . út þurh beóleáse, C. D. B. iii. 249,31. [v. N. E. D. lease, leasow.] v. fearn-, feld- (C. D. iv. 96, 2 : vi. 39, 9), mór-lǽs, út-lǽs, wudu-lǽs.
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