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leep

  1. Obsolete form of leap.
    Ye mountains, that ye did leep like rams; and ye hills, like lambs of the flock.

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  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -eːp

AdjectiveEdit

leep (comparative leper, superlative leepst)

  1. crafty, shrewd
  2. (obsolete) shifted, tilted
  3. with watery, tearing eyes

InflectionEdit

Inflection of leep
uninflected leep
inflected lepe
comparative leper
positive comparative superlative
predicative/adverbial leep leper het leepst
het leepste
indefinite m./f. sing. lepe lepere leepste
n. sing. leep leper leepste
plural lepe lepere leepste
definite lepe lepere leepste
partitive leeps lepers

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leep

  1. leap
    • 1481, William Caxton, The Historye of Reynard the Foxe
      the dogges haue be sette on hym and haue hunted hym away / And ones they leep on hym vpon the banke