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- n. A spider
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of cop.
- n. A Middle English form of cop.
- n. An obsolete form of cup.
Add in the fact that your old machine will be recycled (now EU law) rather than dumped in landfill, and give or take the vagaries of the global recyclates market, white goods are stuffed with metals such as coppe
Notice too that English no longer has gendered nouns and adjectives, although in the many nouns ending with e, such as drope and coppe, medieval versions of “drop,” and “cup,” there are still graphic vestiges of more-inflected Old English.
Oh! I coulde waile mie kynge-coppe-decked mees ,
Itm a comunion coppe (cup) of silver withe a cover.
The _coppe_ are cups or vases; the _spade_ are swords; the _bastoni_ are veritable clubs or bludgeons; and the _denari_ are coins.
_ -- In the ancient accounts of the churchwardens of the parish of St. Mary-de-Castro, Leicester, and also in those of St. Martin in the same town, the term "cachecope," "kachecope," "catche coppe," or
So they want the public to pay the huge cost for the fibre backhaul while they make all the profit from extending the life of their coppe ...
CUPPE (Cup): Hold up they thombe and fyngers rou [n] de. as bery [n] g a coppe.
The deck was composed of 56 cards of the ordinary Italian suits (coppe, spade, bastoni, and denari) plus 21 tarocchi or trumps, and an additional card, ` the fool '(il matto).
The metals ufcd for coinage are goW, filver and coppe*.
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