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Weyd-monat

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The Anglo-Saxon name for June, “because the beasts did then weyd in the meadow, that is to say, go and feed there.” (Verstegan.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Werther
Werwolf (French, loup-garou)
Wesleyan
Wessex, or West Saxon Kingdom
Westmoreland [Land of the West Moors]
Wet
Wet-bob and Dry-bob
Wet Finger (With a)
Wetherell (Elizabeth)
Wexford Bridge Massacre
Weyd-monat
Whale
Whale
Whalebone
Wharncliffe
Wharton
What we Gave we Have, What we Spent we Had, What we Had we Lost
What’s What
Whately
Wheal
Wheatear (the bird)

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