Flytes



[flahyt] /flaɪt/ Scot. and North England

verb (used without object), flyted, flyting, noun
1.
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[flahyt] /flaɪt/ Scot. and North England
verb (used without object), flited, fliting.
1.
to dispute; wrangle; scold; jeer.
noun
2.
a dispute or wrangle; scolding.
/flaɪt; Scottish fləɪt/
verb
1.
(transitive) to scold or rail at
noun
2.
a dispute or scolding
/flaɪt; Scottish fləɪt/
verb
1.
a variant spelling of flite
v.

Old English flitan “to contend, struggle, quarrel;” related to German fleiß, Dutch vlijt “diligence, industry.”

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