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II. add: II a. a place of residence Tó cynelicum seton ad palatinas zetas, An. Ox. 2, 132. III. add Terra his terminibus circumcincta. In oriente hámfleót, in occidente puplica strata, in aquilone híredes seota tó présta túne, C. D. ii. 102, 29. ¶ in local names :--- perdono, cuius uocabulum est ruminingseta, ad pastum ouium trecentorum, C. D. i. 54, 33. In loco qui uocatur hrempingwiic, et alia nomine hafingseota, . . . in uicae alterę terrae qui dicitur bobingseata, 211, 11-14. IV. cultivated ground, place where something is set or planted On beánsetum, C. D. i. 315, 31. v. hring-, sunn-, winter-set.
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