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withe –y N., from Middle English withye willow branch from Old English wīthig willow wei- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
withe +"Ž -y
The Salix alba (white willow, withe, withy) contains salicin, which is converted to salicylic acid in the body.
Edward Withy had been a successful shipbuilder in Hartlepool since 1869.
The third is a list of sites from experts and enthusiasts which are themselves links to sites dealing withy the subject of the search.
Some aspects of the decor; camouflage nets, withy sculptures, backdrops and hanging objects.
Beside the van a row of withy sticks were being bent to form a curved framework for a tent.
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