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English Word:


English Pronunciation:




(Old English), from (Anglo-Saxon) l, abbreviated from gel. See Believe.


Dear. See Lief. (obsolete) Chaucer.

Noun / V:


(Old English) leven, (Anglo-Saxon) l, (Latin) See Leave permission.


Same as 3d & 4th Leave. (obsolete)

Intransitive Verb:


To live. (obsolete) Chaucer.

Transitive Verb:


To believe. (obsolete) Chaucer.

Transitive Verb:


To grant; -- used especially in exclamations or prayers followed by a dependent clause. (obsolete) God leve all be well. Chaucer.

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