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Lendings, 1) advanced money (?): “that Mowbray hath received eight thousand nobles in name of l. for your highness' soldiers,” R2 I, 1, 89 (the expression is not very clear; nor does it receive light from what follows or from the Chronicles of Holinshed).
2) outward appurtenances not belonging to the essence of a thing: “off, off, you l.” Lr. III, 4, 113; cf. to lend in H6B III, 1, 77.
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