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oats
Middle English =otes
obedience
Middle English =obeisance
of
Anglo-Saxon =afof
Old High German =abaapa
oil
Middle English =oile
Old French =oileoille
ointment
Middle English =oynement
old
Anglo-Saxon =aldeald
on
Anglo-Saxon =anon
once
Anglo-Saxon =anes
Middle English =onesoones
one
Anglo-Saxon =an
Middle English =onone
ooze
Anglo-Saxon =was
Definition =sap or juice; as in the
substance made from
bark for tanning hides
Middle English =woswose
Definition =sap or juice; as in the
substance made from
bark for tanning hides
Anglo-Saxon =wase
Middle English =wasewose
Middle Low German =wose
Definition =scum
opaque
Middle English =opake
opie
Middle English =opiumoones
orange
Middle English =orenge
Old French =orenge
orderly
Middle English =ordinaat
owl
Middle English =oule
pack
Middle English =pakke
pain
Middle English =payne
path
Anglo-Saxon =pæth
pagan
Middle English =payen
parsley
Middle English =persly
pattern
Old French =patron
pay
Middle English =paienpayen
Definition =to pay, to please, to satisfy
Old French =paerpaier
Definition =to pay, to please
Middle English =paye
Definition =as in wages, or payment recieved
for goods or services
peace
Middle English =paispees
Old French =pais
Pegasus
Middle English =Pegasee
pelican
Anglo-Saxon =pelicane
Middle English =pelicane
penitant
Middle English =penaunt
pepper
Middle English =papeer
perfect
Middle English =parfit
perform
Middle English =parfourne
person
Middle English =persone
piquant
Middle English =poynaunt
pledges
Middle English =plegges
poor
Middle English =povre
popinjay
Middle English =papejay
Portugal
Middle English =Portingale
praise
Middle English =preys
prepared
Middle English =preparat
primrose
Middle English =prymerole
print
Middle English =preinteprente
Old French =preinte
proctor
Middle English =procutour
prologue
Middle English =proheme
prowl
Middle English =prolle
pulley
Middle English =polyve