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flees

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flee

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Etymology 1Edit

From fle +‎ -es.

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flees

  1. plural of fle

Etymology 2Edit

From Old English flēos, from Proto-West Germanic *fleus.

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flees (plural fleeses)

  1. A sheepskin or fleece; the skin of a sheep.
  2. The wool of a sheep; a sheep's coat.
  3. (rare) A measure of wool.
DescendantsEdit
  • English: fleece
  • Scots: fleis
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