2. To kennel, as dogs. Johnson.

3. To be set, as in mire or snow; to stick fast.

4. To be tired of eating, as cattle. [Prov. Eng.]

(Stall"age) n. [Cf. OF. estallage, of German origin. See Stall, n.]

1. (Eng. Law) The right of erecting a stalls in fairs; rent paid for a stall.

2. Dung of cattle or horses, mixed with straw. [Obs.]

(Stal*la"tion) n. Installation. [Obs.]

(Stalled) a. Put or kept in a stall; hence, fatted. "A stalled ox." Prov. xv. 17.

(Stall"er) n. A standard bearer. Fuller.

(Stall"-feed) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Stall-fed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Stall-feeding.] To feed and fatten in a stall or on dry fodder; as, to stall-feed an ox.

(Stall"ing) n. Stabling. Tennyson.

(Stal"lion) n. [OE. stalon, OF. estalon, F. étalon, fr. OHG. stal a stable. See Stall, n.] A male horse not castrated; a male horse kept for breeding.

(Stall"man) n.; pl. Stallmen One who keeps a stall for the sale of merchandise, especially books. Sterne.

(Stal"lon) n. A slip from a plant; a scion; a cutting. [R.] Holinshed.

(Stal"wart Stal"worth) , a. [OE. stalworth, AS. stælwyrð serviceable, probably originally, good at stealing, or worth stealing or taking, and afterwards extended to other causes of estimation. See Steal, v. t., Worth, a.] Brave; bold; strong; redoubted; daring; vehement; violent. "A stalwart tiller of the soil." Prof. Wilson.

Fair man be was and wise, stalworth and bold.
R. of Brunne.

Stalworth is now disused, or bur little used, stalwart having taken its place.

(Stal"wart*ly) adv. In a stalwart manner.

(Stal"wart*ness), n. The quality of being stalwart.

(Stal"worth*hood Stal"worth*ness) , n. The quality or state of being stalworth; stalwartness; boldness; daring. [Obs.]

(Sta"men) n.; pl. E. Stamens (#) (used only in the second sense); L. Stamina (#) [L. stamen the warp, a thread, fiber, akin to Gr. the warp, fr. to stand, akin to E. stand. See Stand, and cf. Stamin, Stamina.]

1. A thread; especially, a warp thread.

2. (pl. Stamens, rarely Stamina.) (Bot.) The male organ of flowers for secreting and furnishing the pollen or fecundating dust. It consists of the anther and filament.

(Sta"mened) a. Furnished with stamens.

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