housel


1hou·sel

noun \ˈha-zəl\

Definition of HOUSEL

archaic
:  the Eucharist or the act of administering or receiving it

Origin of HOUSEL

Middle English, from Old English hūsel sacrifice, Eucharist; akin to Gothic hunsl sacrifice
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with HOUSEL

2housel

transitive verb

Definition of HOUSEL

archaic
:  to administer communion to

First Known Use of HOUSEL

before 12th century

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