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  • Äffer — Ạ̈f|fer, der; s, [mhd. effer, affære] (veraltet): jmd., der andere äfft …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Affer — ♦ The cheapest form of farm horse. (Davis, R.H.C. The Medieval Warhorse: Origin, Development and Redevelopment, 135) Related terms: Stottus …   Medieval glossary

  • affer — Cattle; horses …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Aver — [affer]. An old horse or nag; a draught horse used on the farm. [< OldEngl. eaffor = a draught horse] Cf. Avera …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • SANGUISUGA — Plinii aevô dici coepit, quae prius Hirudo vocabatur, de qua voce retro dictum. Hinc Plin. l. 8. c. 10. ubi de elephantis, Cruciatum in potu maximum sentiunt, haustâ hirudine, quam sanguisugam vulgo coeisse appellari adverto. Et l. 32. c. 10.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • River Len, Kent — Geobox|River name = Len native name = other name = other name1 = image size = 250px image caption = Kent rivers, showing the Len. etymology = country = England country1 = state = state1 = region = Kent region1 = district = Maidstone district1 =… …   Wikipedia

  • River Len — For an explanation of the various pieces of machinery mentioned, see Mill machinery. Len River Kent rivers, showing the Len …   Wikipedia

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