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To feel extremely hot and uncomfortable; to be oppressed by heat. Middle English “sweltre” < Old English “sweltan”=to faint, perish, die.

To oppress with heat; to suffer, sweat, or be faint from heat. Old English “sweltan”=to die, perish.

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