weasand

  • 1 Weasand — Wea sand, n. [OE. wesand, AS. w[=a]send; akin to OFries. w[=a]sende, w[=a]sande; cf. OHG. weisunt.] The windpipe; called also, formerly, {wesil}. [Formerly, written also, {wesand}, and {wezand}.] [1913 Webster] Cut his weasand with thy knife.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 weasand — noun /ˈwiːzənd/ a) The oesophagus. “By Heaven, and all saints in it, better food hath not passed my weasand for three livelong days, and by God’s providence it is that I am now here to tell it.” b) The throat in general. ‘Which fellows?’ Very… …

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  • 3 weasand — noun Etymology: Middle English wesand, from Old English *wǣsend gullet; akin to Old English wāsend gullet, Old High German weisunt windpipe Date: before 12th century throat, gullet; also trachea …

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  • 4 weasand — /wee zeuhnd/, n. Archaic. 1. throat. 2. esophagus; gullet. 3. trachea; windpipe. [bef. 1000; ME wesand, OE waesend, var. of wasend gullet; c. OFris wasande windpipe] * * * …

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  • 5 weasand — wea·sand wēz ənd, wiz ən(d) n THROAT, GULLET also WINDPIPE …

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  • 6 weasand — Cleveland Dialect List the gullet, the windpipe …

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  • 7 weasand — n. throat; esophagus; windpipe (Archaic) …

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  • 8 weasand — n. Windpipe, trachea, throttle, throat …

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  • 9 weasand — wea·sand …

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  • 10 weasand —   n. throat; gullet; wind pipe …

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  • 11 weasand — …

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  • 12 weasand-pipe — weaˈsand pipe noun (Spenser). • • • Main Entry: ↑weasand …

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  • 13 wesand — Weasand Wea sand, n. [OE. wesand, AS. w[=a]send; akin to OFries. w[=a]sende, w[=a]sande; cf. OHG. weisunt.] The windpipe; called also, formerly, {wesil}. [Formerly, written also, {wesand}, and {wezand}.] [1913 Webster] Cut his weasand with thy… …

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  • 14 wesil — Weasand Wea sand, n. [OE. wesand, AS. w[=a]send; akin to OFries. w[=a]sende, w[=a]sande; cf. OHG. weisunt.] The windpipe; called also, formerly, {wesil}. [Formerly, written also, {wesand}, and {wezand}.] [1913 Webster] Cut his weasand with thy… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 15 wezand — Weasand Wea sand, n. [OE. wesand, AS. w[=a]send; akin to OFries. w[=a]sende, w[=a]sande; cf. OHG. weisunt.] The windpipe; called also, formerly, {wesil}. [Formerly, written also, {wesand}, and {wezand}.] [1913 Webster] Cut his weasand with thy… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 16 Wesing — weasand, the windpipe …

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  • 17 Wesyng — weasand, the windpipe …

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  • 18 weazand — variant of weasand * * * weazand /wēˈzənd/ noun same as ↑weasand * * * weazand, weazell see weasand, weezle …

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  • 19 wesand — variant of weasand * * * wesand /wēˈzənd/ noun (Spenser) same as ↑weasand * * * wesand(e, a(u)nt etc., obs. ff. weasand …

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  • 20 Esophagus — Gullet redirects here. For the African sailboat, see Gulet. For the Dutch soccer coach, see Ruud Gullit. Weasand redirects here. For other meanings, see Weasand (disambiguation). Esophagus Head and neck …

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