cleafa

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Old English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *klebô (chamber, cell), related to the Old English verb clēofan (to separate, split, divide). More at cleave.

Noun[edit]

clēafa m

  1. that which is cloven or separated
  2. a cleft, chasm
  3. den; chamber, cubicle, cell; compartment
  4. a room
  5. a cellar

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