Ycleped

Y*cleped"

(?), p. p. [AS. geclipod, p. p. of clipian, cleopian, cliopian, to call. See Clepe, and also the Note under Y-.] Called; named; -- obsolete, except in archaic or humorous writings.
[Spelt also yclept.]

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It is full fair to ben yclept madame.
Chaucer.
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But come, thou goddess fair and free.
In heaven ycleped Euphrosyne.
Milton.
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Those charming little missives ycleped valentines.
Lamb.
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