Publications of the Camden Society Volume 3; V. 89

Publications of the Camden Society Volume 3; V. 89

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1865 edition. Excerpt: ...Seketowre (or executowre, supra, seketour or exseketour, p.) Executor, executrix. Sekys'. Quero, inquiro. Seekly, or ofte seke. Valitudi narius, c. f. Sekenesse. Egritudo, infirmitas. Seekenys', or be seke. Irifirmor, egroto. Seel. Sigillum. Seel, tyme.4 Tempus. Sellare. Venditor, venditrix. 1 Compare Schobt or stukkyd garment, supra, p. 448; Stuk, short, and Stuk or short garment, Sic. infra. 'Cecyn, MS. Compare Styntyn, and Swagyn, infra. 'Compare Cegge, supra, p. 64, and Stare, infra. See Cooes, supra, p. 94. "Seynt of a gyrdell, (t-u." Palsg. "Ceinct, a girdle." COTO. Forby gives " Seal, time or season, as hay-seal, wheat-seal, &c." See also Ray, who mentions the word as used in Essex. So also P. Langt. p. 334: "It neghed nere nietescl." A. S. Sael, opportunUat. Compare Barlysele, supra, p. 25, and Cele, p. 65. Sellare,1 of dowcet metys (sellere of dowsete metys and smale thynges, K., dowcet metell and smale thynges, p.) Velaber, velabra, c. F. et Cath. Selkow, or seeldam seyne (selcowthe, K.) Barus. Selcowtnesse. Bantas, Cath. Seld, or solde. Venditus. Seldom. Raro. Sele, fysche. Porctis marinus. Sele, horsys harneys.2 Arquillus, Dicc. Selle, stodyynge howse. Gella. Selere. Cellarium. Selererre. Cellarins, promus. Sely, or happy.3 Felix, fortuna-tus. Sellys'. Vendo, venundo. Seelys', wythe a seele in vax (wythe sel and wax, K.) Sigillo. Selys', wythe sylure. Celo. Seelynge, of letterys. Sigillacio. Sellynge, of chaffare. Vendicio. Selwylly, or he at folowythe hys owne wylle only (selwillyd, K. selfe wyly, s.)4 Effrenatus, Cath. efrenus. Seem, of a clothe. Sutura, vo. CATH. Seem, of corne. Quarterium. Semelawnt. Vultus. Semely, yn sygh'te (or plesaunt, k. P.) Decens. Semely, comely of schap (wyl...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236603966
  • 9781236603968