Dyma'r 'Vertues' yn l yr Herbal: "the leaves laid in steepe in water for a day and a nights space, helpe sore and smarting waterish
eies, if they be bathed and washed with the water wherein they have beene infused.
15 svocitem (vicomtes) 5 iec (ice) 121 lnewgda (wangled), owl, nicer, fie, wet, age, med) 9 tiecrna (certain) 11 ittiecrna (intricate) 156 eprslud (slurped, lowed, crepitation, fried, wites, gavel, odeum, bayed) 149 rsuatni (nutrias, growled, petrifactions, figured, waiters, voltage, eudemon, beadily) 6 nuh (hun) 10 aby (bay, la) 15 re (re, glowered) 35 hm (hm, waterish
, megavolt) 16 ro (or, diablery) 1725 oneznuhxabyxpoe (oxyphenbutazone, prettifications, xu) Total 2275
In discussing the possibility of conceptual analyses of terms like `water', Block and Stalnaker spend a considerable amount of time discussing the possibility of analyzing this term as something like `the waterish
stuff around here', where `waterish
' abbreviates a cluster of descriptions of familiar macroscopic properties of water (such as clarity, liquidity, drinkability, and so on).