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Halse vs. Halsed

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Halsenoun

The neck; the throat.

β€˜Well, as you know they used to hang folk by the halse for horse theft.’;

Halsedverb

simple past tense and past participle of halse

Halseverb

(dialectal) To fall upon the neck of; hug; embrace.

Halseverb

(transitive) To greet; salute; hail.

Halseverb

(transitive) To beseech; adjure.

Halseverb

(obsolete) To haul; to hoist.

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Halseverb

To embrace about the neck; to salute; to greet.

β€˜Each other kissed gladAnd lovely halst.’;

Halseverb

To adjure; to beseech; to entreat.

β€˜O dere child, I halse thee,In virtue of the Holy Trinity.’;

Halseverb

To haul; to hoist.

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