levesel

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Middle English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English leaf (leaf) + sele (room, hall).

Noun[edit]

levesel

  1. a leafy shelter or seat; a place covered with foliage; an arbor
    • Chaucer:
    • Behind the mill, under a levesel.

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