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- noun See
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- noun A brave man, a warrior, a man-at-arms
- noun A man, a human being, a person
- noun A creature such as a giant, demon, angel
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Many a freke that was full free there under foot did light.
There was never a freke one foot would flee, but still in stour did stand,
Who art thou, poor freke, that wouldst win my love * Wi 'thy verse?
Zik! and hast fallen into straits unique and hast strayed from the way didst seek, O Miscreant and Zindík, [FN#292] and naught shall avail thee at this present or brother or friend veridigue or familiar freke.
for wonder of his hwe men hade set in his semblaunt sene he ferde as freke were fade and oueral enker grene SGGK lines 146-15010
Bringing my love, for Time’s a freke of jealous strain; 103
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There is no drink but what raisins make, there is no love-delight but what of the lover we take and none sitteth in the place of honour save the sensible freke [FN#216]! "
All foemen in pity beweep his woes; * Ah for freke whom the foeman pitieth! "
FN#291] Verily I have fallen into wreak and am betrayed by friendly freke and oh, the excess of my trouble and tweak, Zík,