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Definitions of mail:

part of speech: verb transitive

To clothe with, or as with, armor; to post, or send by post.

part of speech: verb transitive

To clothe in mail.

part of speech: noun

Defensive covering for soldiers, consisting of steel- ringed or net work; defensive armour; an article composed of rings interwoven, used in ships for rubbing off loose hemp from the cordage.

part of speech: noun

Defensive arm or for the body formed of steel rings or network: armor generally.

part of speech: noun

A spot on cloth, especially what is caused by iron.

part of speech: noun

Defensive body armor of steel, net, or platework; the government system for conveying letters, etc.; letters, etc., carried by post.

part of speech: noun

A bag for the conveyance of letters; any conveyance by which letters are forwarded to their destination; the letters themselves.

part of speech: noun

In Scotch law, a term signifying rent; tribute; black- mail, a tax paid to freebooters for protection of property.

part of speech: verb

To prepare for transmission by mail; to post letters or parcels.

part of speech: noun

A bag for the conveyance of letters, etc.: the contents of such a bag: the person or the carriage by which the mail is conveyed.

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