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 (hou′zəl) Archaic
The Eucharist.
tr.v. hou·seled, hou·sel·ing, hou·sels
To administer the Eucharist to.

[Middle English, from Old English hūsel, sacrifice, Eucharist; see kwen- in Indo-European roots.]


(Ecclesiastical Terms) a medieval name for Eucharist
vb, -sels, -selling or -selled, -sels, -seling or -seled
(Ecclesiastical Terms) (tr) to give the Eucharist to (someone)
[Old English hūsl; related to Gothic hunsl sacrifice, Old Norse hūsl]


(ˈhaʊ zəl)

n., v. -seled, -sel•ing (esp. Brit.) -selled, -sel•ling. Archaic. n.
1. the Eucharist.
2. to administer the Eucharist to.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English hūsl the Eucharist]


Past participle: houselled
Gerund: houselling

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