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Poll, subst. (O. Edd. mostly Pole) 1) head: “hath his p. clawed like a parrot,” H4B II, 4, 282. “all flaxen was his p.” Hml. IV, 5, 196.
2) a register of heads, a list of persons: “the musterfile amounts not to fifteen thousand p.” All's IV, 3, 190. “we are the greater p.” Cor. III, 1, 134. “all the voices that we have procured set down by the p.” III, 3, 10.
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