lynchet

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Etymology[edit]

Apparently lynch ‎(variant of linch) +‎ -et, the first element derived from Old English hlinc ‎(a hill).

Noun[edit]

lynchet ‎(plural lynchets)

  1. (archaeology) A bank of earth that slowly builds up on the lower slope of a ploughed field; a feature of ancient field systems.

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Verb[edit]

lynchet

  1. Second-person plural subjunctive I of lynchen.