líc-rest
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líc-rest
Add:I. a vehicle or bier in which a corpse is borne Man slóh án geteld ofer þá hálgan ban binnan þǽre lícreste (of. tentorio maiore supra carrum in quo reliquiae (þá bán ) inerant extenso, Bd. 3, ll), Hml. S. 26, 181. II. a grave, tomb, sepulchre Hé wilnode his lícræst sceolde beón æt Cridiantúne, Chr. 977 ; P. 122, 10. III. a place of burial, a cemetery On lícreste, líctúne in cimiterio, An. Ox. 4347- [v- N. E. D. lich-rest.]
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