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FYKE

A bow-net for catching fish. Pub. St Mass. 1SS2, p. 1201.

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FYLE

In old Scotch law. To defile; to declare foul or defiled. Ileuce, to find a prisoner guilty.

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FYLIT

In old Scotch practice. Fyled; found guilty. See FYLE.

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FYRD

Sax. In Anglo-Saxon law. The military array or land force of the wholecountry. Contribution to the f.vrd was one of the Imposts forming the trinoda nccessitas.(Also spelled “ferd” and “fird.”)

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