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German To Old School English 'we'll C'

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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on January 24, 2003 23:24:58 UTC

Found in original text purchased at borders book store written in english , translated from german(i assume)


2 entries found for clew.
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clew[1,noun]clew[2,transitive verb]
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Main Entry: 1clew
Pronunciation: 'klü
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English clewe, from Old English cliewen; akin to Old High German kliuwa ball, Sanskrit glau lump
Date: before 12th century
1 : a ball of thread, yarn, or cord
2 : CLUE
3 a : a lower corner or only the after corner of a sail b : a metal loop attached to the lower corner of a sail c plural : a combination of lines by which a hammock is suspended

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