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plucke-buffet, 118, is explained by the context, preee, prese, crowd; prees, 66,
press (of battle). preced, pressed. preke, the pin in the centre of
a target. president, precedent. prest, 29, fast, zealously. prest, quick, in a hurry;
prestly, quickly. pricke-wande, a rod set up as
a mark. The prick is the
peg in the centre of a
target. prycker, 425, a galloping horse. pryffe, 430, prove. pryme, six in ike morning. pudding-prick, a skewer to
fasten a pudding-bag. put at the stane, throw the
stone as a trial of strength;
putting-stone, the stone used
in this exercise. pyne, suffering; goddes pyne,
quequer, quiver. queyt, qwyte, reward.
raked, 196, proceeded leisurely,
sauntered. raking, 259, 275, walking
hastily, running. rawe, row. ray, prepare. raye, 84, striped cloth. " Cloth
not coloured or dyed. It is
mentioned in many old statutes
in contradistinction to cloth of colour." Eitson.
reachles, reckless, careless.
reve, rob, take by force-revere, river.
reves, bailiffs, receivers.
ripe, 190, search; 202, cleanse.
rode, rood, cross.
rout, 191, blow.
rue, 377, to cause to rue.
ryghtwys, righteous, just.
sad, &2,ftrm, resolute.
sail, shall; salna, shall not,
same, in, together.
sanchothis, 41 '? (The meaning is that the arrow went between the legs.)
scaith, scathe, hurt, harm.
schet, schette, shot.
scouth, 195, room, range:
se, see, protect.