æquall

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

æquall (comparative more æquall, superlative most æquall)

  1. Obsolete spelling of equal.

NounEdit

æquall (plural æqualls)

  1. Obsolete spelling of equal.

VerbEdit

æquall (third-person singular simple present æqualls, present participle æqualling, simple past and past participle æqualled)

  1. Obsolete spelling of equal.
    • 1572–1637, Ben Jonson; his text quoted and discussed in:
    • 1954, Charles Harold Herford, Percy Simpson and Evelyn Mary Spearing Simpson (editors), Ben Jonson, page 273 (Clarendon Press)
      The classical spellings not preserved in the printed text are — ‘æquall’ (dedication, l. 10 and l. 616), ‘æqually’ (l. 576), ‘æquality’ (l. 578), ‘præscrib’d’ (l. 38), ‘fruicts’ (l. 144) and ‘fruictfully’ []
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