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maystry, tried ofskill, feat.
meatrif, abounding in prom-ions.
menye, meyne, company.
meyt, meythe, might.
middle streame, 274, middle of the stream.
misters, 203, sorts of.
mysaunter, misadventure, iU luck.
nar, nor, than.
ner, were it not.
ner; they ner, thine ear.
next way, nearest way.
nicked, notched, cut: slashed.
niddart, 403, assailed.
nip, bit; cum nips of sticks,
191, bundle of small sticks, nipped, pinched.
nombles, numbles, [the eatable'] entrails. nouther, neither.
ohon, interjection of grief,
alas. okerer, usurer. oltrance, outrance, utterance. on, one.
onfere, together. on lyve, alive. onslepe, asleep. onys, once. or, before. os, us.
ought, owed. ont-horne, a horn blown to
summon people to assist in
capturing a fugitive. over all, everywhere. owthe, out. owtlay, outlaw. oysyd, used, followed.
passe, extent, bounds, limits,
district; as< the pas da
Calais. Kitson. partakers, persons to take one's
part. pawage, pauage, pavag, toll for the privilege of passing
over the territory of another. pay, satisfaction. peces, 76, vessels; unless it be
goldpieces. pinder, pounder, pound-keeper. pine, pain. plucke, stroke,blow; 423, bout;