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quaff
Low German =quassen
quail
Anglo-Saxon =cwelan
Definition =to die
Anglo-Saxon =cwellan
Definition =to kill, to quell
Middle English =quelen
Definition =to die
quaint
Middle English =queintcointe
Definition =dainty or fine
Old French =coyntcoint
Definition =dainty or fine
quake
Anglo-Saxon =cwacain
qualm
Anglo-Saxon =cwealm
Definition =destruction, death, pestilence.
quarrel
Middle English =querelequarelquarellquerel
Old French =querela
quarry
Middle English =quarryquarreyquarre
Definition =thick or square. An arrow with a square head.
quarry
Middle English =querre
Definition =an animal that is being hunted.
Old French =cuiree
Definition =1. a hide from an animal.
2. an animal that is being hunted.
quarry
Old English =quarrerequarere
Definition =the place where building stone is cut.
Old French =quarriere
Definition =the place where building stone is cut.
quart
Old French =quarte
Definition =one fourth part.
quarter
Middle English =quartre
Old French =quarter
quartern
Old French =quarieron
quash
Middle English =quashen
Old French =quasser
quatrefoil
Middle English =quaterfoyle
Old French =quaterfeuille
quaver
Middle English =quaverencwafien
quay
Middle English =kei
Old French =caicaie
quean
Anglo-Saxon =cwene
Middle English =quenequeyne
queasy
Middle English =quesye
Old Norse =kveisa
Definition =an ulser or boil.
queen
Anglo-Saxon =cwen
Middle English =quen
quell
Anglo-Saxon =cwellan
Middle English =quellen
quern
Anglo-Saxon =cwyrncweorn
quest
Middle English =queste
Old French =queste
quick
Anglo-Saxon =cwiccuc
quicken
Anglo-Saxon =cwician
quicksand
Middle English =quykkesand
quicksilver
Anglo-Saxon =cwicseolfor
Middle English =quyksilver
quill
Middle English =quil
quilt
Old French =cuiltecoutrecoultre
quince
Old French =cooin
quire
Middle English =quair
Definition =loose pages, as in an unbound book.
Old French =quaer
Definition =loose pages, as in an unbound book.
quirk
Old Norse =kuerk
Definition =a crop, bird's neck.
quit
Old French =quiter
quitch
Anglo-Saxon =cwice
quitor
Old French =quiture
quiver
Middle English =quivere
Definition =to tremble with fear.
quiver
Anglo-Saxon =cocer
Definition =a case for carrrying arrows.
Old French =quivrecuivre
Definition =a case for carrrying arrows.
quiot
Middle English =coitecoyte
Definition =a cushion.
Old French =coite
Definition =a cushion.
quoth
Anglo-Saxon =quæth
Rabbi
Middle English =Raby
reached
Middle English =raughte
red
Middle English =redereed
removed
Middle English =remewed
renown
Middle English =renomee
reporter
Middle English =reportour
rescue
Middle English =rescous
righteousness
Middle English =rightwisnesse
river
Middle English =riveer
rock
Middle English =roche
ruddy
Middle English =rody
rungs
Middle English =ronges
definition = as in rungs of a ladder
Russia
Middle English =Ruce
rye
Middle English =reye