Liflode Lif"lode (l[imac]f"l[=o]d), n. Livelihood. [Obs.] --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • liflode — sb. == sustenance in life. RG. 41, 404. AS. lif lade, from lad, a way …   Oldest English Words

  • liflode — liflod(e obs. form of livelihood …   Useful english dictionary

  • Livelihood — Live li*hood, n. [OE. livelode, liflode, prop., course of life, life s support, maintenance, fr. AS. l[=i]f life + l[=a]d road, way, maintenance. Confused with livelihood liveliness. See {Life}, and {Lode}.] Subsistence or living, as dependent on …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Robin Hood — is an archetypal figure in English folklore, whose story originates from medieval times but who remains significant in popular culture where he is painted as a man known for robbing the rich to give to the poor and fighting against injustice and… …   Wikipedia

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