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12/10/18 03:42 PM

GYVE

PRONUNCIATION: (jyv)

MEANING: noun: A fetter or shackle.
verb tr.: To restrain.

ETYMOLOGY: Of unknown origin. Earliest documented use: 1275.
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GYRE - to go round and round like a dog (or a gyroscope) - see Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky

YVE - a singular Saint Laurent

AYVE - what the Allied sailor said, confirming victory in Europe in World War Two
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12/10/18 03:31 PM

TELEMANN

N --> D

LAMENTED
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12/10/18 03:40 AM
+N



Georg Phililpp TELEMANN
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12/10/18 01:08 AM

ALIMENT

I --> E

TELEMAN
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