Housel



[hou-zuh l] /ˈhaʊ zəl/ Archaic.

noun
1.
the Eucharist.
2.
the act of administering or receiving the Eucharist.
verb (used with object), houseled, houseling or (especially British) houselled, houselling.
3.
to administer the Eucharist to.
/ˈhaʊzəl/
noun
1.
a medieval name for Eucharist
verb -sels, -selling, -selled (US) -sels, -seling, -seled
2.
(transitive) to give the Eucharist to (someone)

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