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The sword belonging to Bevis of Hampton.
Middle English; earliest use found in Bevis of Hampton. From Anglo-Norman Morgeley, Morgelei, Murgleie, probably from an unattested Old Breton (or equivalent Welsh or Cornish) compound from mor great + clezeff sword. See further claymore, which contains the Scottish Gaelic equivalents of these words in reversed order.
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