stybb
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stybb
AddBeeástan wrocena stybbe; ðæt swá tó wrocena stybbe; ðonne of wrocena stybbe, C. D. v. 297, 26. Of stánmere on þǽre pyrigean styb; þonne of pyrigean stybbe on þonne þorn, C. D. B. iii. 39-S 37- ¶ On ðæne æscstubb; of ðám æscstubbe, 234, 27. On ðone æscstyb, vi. 33, 37. [Gawayn . . . stode stylle as . . . a stubbe, Gaw. 2293. Þe heisugge flihþ bi grunde among þe stubbe, O. and N. 506. Knarry bareyne trees olde of stubbes scharpe, Ch. Kn. T. 1120.] v. elebeám-, holen-, ród-stybb.
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