from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Language; speech; voice; cry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of leaden.
- n. Language: used poetically of the language or voice of birds.
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January in Czech called leden, meaning "ice month".
August 28, 2009 at 3:02 am conga rats adn gud mornen anni, awn leden teh ty parayd!
August 27, 2009 at 3:07 am conga rats, Maus fur leden teh ty parayd!
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And whan thei chesen here kyng, thei taken him that rubye, to beren in his hond, and so thei leden him rydynge alle abouten the cytee.
And thei ben so chast, and leden so gode lif, as tho thei weren religious men: and thei fasten alle dayes.
And othere there ben, that leden hire children, for to sle, to make sacrifise to that ydole; and aftre thei han slayn hem, thei spryngen the blood upon the ydole.
And therfore alle the Jewes, that dwellen in alle londes, lernen alle weys to speken Ebrew, in hope that whan the other Jewes schulle gon out, that thei may undirstonden hire speche, and to leden hem in to Cristendom, for to destroye the Cristene peple.
Tartarye, of Camacca, and other precyous clothes; and thei leden him aboute the cytee with gret solempnytee.
And thei seyn, that the fuyr schalle clensen hem of alle filthes and of alle vices, and thei schulle gon pured and clene in to another world, to hire husbondes, and thei schulle leden hire children with hem.
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