The Bannatyne Manuscript Volume 3

The Bannatyne Manuscript Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...i11, 13 (Anon.). Onsped, adj., unsuitable, out os place, 617, 8 (Anon.). Onsperd, vb., unasked, 641, 44 (Anon.). Onswpit, vb., unsupped, unsed, starved, 432, 382 (Dunb.). Onwarly, adv., unawares, 938, 487 (Henr.). Opinable, adj., unsettled, 757, 62 (Chau.). Opnit, vb., opened, 998, 97 (Dunb.). Oppynnit, adj., opened, teased out (like floss silk), 673, 17 (Anon.). Ox, prep., besore, 57,15 (Anon.). O. Fr. or. Oratiounj5.,82,12 (Anon.). O. Fr.oraifon. V. Orifoun. Ordinance, y5., an array, 1000, 171 (Dunb.). O. Fr. ordonnance. Oreir, adv., behind, 895, 909 (Holl.). O. Fr. arriere. Orient, y5., the east, 996, 38 (Dunb.); "the reid orient," the ruddy eastern sky. O. Fr. orient. Orising, fb., origin, beginning, 1040, 653 (Anon.). Orisioun, fb., morning prayer, a prayer, 149, 123 (Anon.). A note says, "the duplicate text has oratioun." O. Fr. oraifon. Osillis, fb.pl., ouzels, here probably, song-thrushes, 888, 713 (Holl.). Ostend, vb., to shew, demonstrate, 888, 709 (Holl.). Oster poik, fb., an oyster bag, ?, 404, 71 (Henr.). Ostlaire, y5., an innkeeper,939, 520 (Henr.). O. Fr. hoflelier. Othir, prep., sor either, 850, 171 (Doug.). Ottour, y5., an otter, 915, 109 (Henr.). Ourgilt, vb., gilded, 995, 27 (Dunb.). Ourharld, vb., handled, treated os, related, 1033, 429 (Anon.). Ourhelit, vb., covered, spread over, 904, 191 (Henr.). Ourman, fb., oversman, arbiter, 873, 211 (Holl.). Ourperte, adj., extremely impudent, 769, 18 (Chau.). V. Pert. Ourrere, vb., to sall behind, lose, 897, 984 (Holl.). Oursett, vb., to overcome, 817, 6 (Anon.). Ourskalit, vb., overflowed, dissolved, 995, 26 (Dunb.); "ourskalit in siluer sloppis," overflowed in silvery drops. Ourstcerss, adj., sor over fcarce, too closesisted, 119, 41 (Anon.). Ourslyd, ...show more

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