stóc
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stóc
stoc ?. l. stoc, and add áborstene clif hreás ofdúneweard . . . and wæs farende oþ hit cóm þǽr hit mynte feallan ofer mynster, and þonne wǽre hryre ealles þæs stoces (stówes. v. l.) and forwyrd ealra þǽra bróðra ingentis saxi moles erupta est, quae . . . veniens totius ruinam cellae, omniumque fratrum interitum minabatur, Gr. D. 12, 12. In Cassinum þǽre stówe ( stoc, þám stocwíc, v. ll.) in Cassinum castrum, 172, 5. [I faderr stoke, Orm. 9778.]Þeȝȝ liccness off Cherubyn o tweȝȝenn stokess metedd, 1049.]
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