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  • participle pinkened) (intransitive) To become pink. 2000, Lieren Jaymes, Devil's Walk, page viii: For a second his eyes sought the distant horizon now
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  • that I, Thomas Herytage, cytesin of London, have recevyd of Wylliam Jaymes viij s. iiij d. for a quartors rent of a tenement in Lymost, dewe at the feist
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  • Jaime A male given name from the Spanish form of James. 1971 Charles Willeford, The Burnt Orange Heresy, page 220: They call you "Jim", don't they?' 'No
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  • sorrow-some From sorrow +‎ -some. Compare Dutch zorgzaam (“careful; considerate”), German sorgsam (“careful”). sorrowsome (comparative more sorrowsome
    877 bytes (115 words) - 16:05, 27 October 2016
  • From Middle English bespeken, bispeken, from Old English *bespecan, besprecan (“to speak about, speak against, accuse of, claim at law, complain”), from
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