01.02.03.18.01.01.01 n
Tooth/teeth

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01.02.03.18.01.01.01 (n) Tooth/teeth. 2017. In The Historical Thesaurus of English, version 4.2. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Retrieved 26 May 2017, from http://historicalthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/category/?id=25403.

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"01.02.03.18.01.01.01 (n) Tooth/teeth." The Historical Thesaurus of English, version 4.2. Glasgow: University of Glasgow, 2017. Web. 26 May 2017. http://historicalthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/category/?id=25403.

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The Historical Thesaurus of English, version 4.2, s.v., "01.02.03.18.01.01.01 (n) Tooth/teeth," accessed 26 May 2017, http://historicalthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/category/?id=25403.

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There are 17 words at this level:

tooth < toþ OE– OED

mompyns c1430–c1460 OED

munpins/munpynnys a1529 OED

peg 1597/8 + 1828 dial. OED

tusk 1632 contemp. OED

masticators 1694–1845 joc. OED

ivory/ivories 1782– slang OED

head-rails 1785–1935 slang OED

dominoes 1828–1913 slang OED

toothy-peg/toospeg 1828 + 1921– colloq. & joc. OED

dental 1837 humorous OED

fang 1840– colloq. OED

Hampstead Heath 1887– slang OED

pearlies 1914– slang OED

tat(t)s 1919– slang, chiefly Austral. OED

Hampsteads 1932–1962 slang OED

pearly whites 1935– slang OED

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