battel definition

  • adjective:
    • fertile; fruitful; productive
    • fat; fruitful; productive.
  • noun:
    • just one combat. See Wager of battel, under wager.
    • conditions ordered from the buttery; in addition, the charges for all of them; -- only into the pl., except whenever used adjectively.
    • plural within college of Oxford in England: College makes up about board and provisions furnished through the kitchen area and buttery.
    • the full college is the reason board and lodgings, rates, university fees, and contributions to different funds.
    • At Eton college, a small allowance of meals which, in addition to the university allowance, the collegers receive from their particular dames.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to-be provided with terms from buttery.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To make fertile.
  • others:
    • See battle.
    • See struggle.
    • See battle.
    • To stand indebted in the college-books at Oxford for conditions and beverage from the buttery.

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