clysan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From pre-Old-English *klūsijan (to close, shut in), from Late Latin clūsa, Latin clausa, clausum (bar, bolt, enclosure, prison), from claudō (to close). Compare Old English clūs (bar, bolt, enclosure). More at close.

Verb[edit]

clȳsan

  1. to close, shut

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