stycce
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stycce
I. AddFeóll án leóhtfæt of his handum hit wearð tóbrocen on unárímedlicu styccu, Gr. D. 49, 22. Hit wæs tódǽled on twá sticceu (stycciu, styccu, v. ll.), 97, 7: 17.] Þurh sticceo per cola [cf. Ald. 4, 36: Grammaticorum regulas et orthographorum disciplinas . . . pedibus poeticis compactas per cola (per cola, i. membra þurh lim, An. Ox. 201)], Wrt. Voc. ii. 69, 8. II a. a piece of material complete in itself, but forming one of a number (?), a dish (?) :-- Sticce clarnum (the passage is: Appresenta meum clarnum et meum cultellum et meam legulam. Perhaps then sticce is for sticcan and belongs to legulam), An. Ox. 56, 74. III. AddLytel sticce hé ligeð seóc (cf. sumne tíman hé síclað aliquod tempus egrotat, 33, 19), Archiv cxxix. 35, 13. v. cís-, hwíl-, stán-stycce.
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