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Origin: Middle English ; from Old English manger, crib ; from Celtic as inch(es) Welsh benn, cart, origin, originally , cart with woven wicker body ; from Indo-European base an unverified form bhendh-: see bind
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Origin: Middle English binne, from Old English, probably of Celtic origin.
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