seedlip

noun
seed·​lip | \ˈsēdˌlip\

Definition of seedlip 

dialectal, chiefly England

: a basket or other container in which seed to be sowed broadcast is carried

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History and Etymology for seedlip

Middle English sedelip, from Old English sǣdlēap, from sǣd seed + lēap basket

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