Ulixes n. "Ulysses, the Greek hero," proper n.; not in MED. a. OED. hep n 11 heep 8 hep 2 hepe 1 KEY: idel@n hanselin n 1 haynselyns 1 sted-fastli adv 6 stedefastly 2 stedfastly 3 stidefastly 1 apere v. OED. OED. lust sb. disobeien v 2 disobeye 1 disobeyeth 1 "Turkish," s.v. (sb.) nap v.\1 OED. Signifer n. "the zodiac," s.v. loan sb.\1 OED. moth sb. KEY: finalli@adv sb. aventure n#propn 2 aventure 2 prente n. "imprint, mark," s.v. suasioun n. "persuasiveness," s.v. tormentour n. "tormentor; (as adj.) aristoclides n#propn 1 aristoclides 1 KEY: monesteo@n#propn countenance sb. sacren v. "(ppl. reddour OED. ward n.(2) "custody," s.v. neither pron 7 neither 5 neyther 2 misdemen v 3 mysdeme 1 mysdemen 1 mysdemeth 1 fauconer n 1 fauconers 1 Odenake n. "Odenathus, husband of Zenobia," proper n.; not in MED. wed n.(2) "pledge," s.v. feblesse n. "feebleness, weakness," s.v. turbacioun n 1 turbacions 1 KEY: minstral@n tropik n 2 tropic 1 tropik 1 KEY: treble@adj KEY: ther-from@adv offense n 15 offence 11 offense 3 offenses 1 KEY: alighten@v1 KEY: the@adv bypath, by-path OED. accord n. "good will; agreement, reconciliation; harmony; decision," s.v. upon prep. KEY: bihoten@v KEY: nessus@n#propn half-god n 1 half-goddes 1 chorus n 2 chorus 2 Satan n. "Satan, the devil," proper n. KEY: satan@n#propn KEY: desir@n desir@n#propn soul v. OED. beneath adv. let-game OED. sb. pron. KEY: swenchen@v#adj meven v 67 imoevid 2 meve 3 meved 3 moeve 12 moeved 8 moevede 2 moeven 8 moeveth 17 moevid 2 moevith 1 moevynge 2 moveth 6 ymoeved 1 devisinge ger 1 devisynge 1 KEY: phanie@n#propn eliachim n#propn 1 eliachim 1 the fates, fate," s.v. claue n1 8 clawes 7 clowes 1 langour n. "suffering, sickness," s.v. j OED. mist sb.\1 OED. and conj.\1 OED. bourde n 1 bourde 1 welkin OED. obeisaunt adj 7 obeisant 3 obeisaunt 4 organ sb.\1 OED. KEY: asken@v KEY: theofraste@n#propn spousen v. KEY: slitten@v frailness OED. KEY: orion@n#propn yonghede n 1 yonghede 1 enamoured ppl_abs 2 enamored 1 enamoured 1 parishen n1 2 parisshens 2 KEY: setlen@v hertelie adj. KEY: honde@n late-rede adj. OED. dispendour n. "steward, treasurer," s.v. augustus n#propn 2 augustus 2 apiken v. similitude n 4 similitude 2 simylitude 2 OED. wodli adv 2 wodly 1 woodly 1 reven v 31 raft 2 rafte 5 reft 5 refte 4 reve 7 reven 4 reveth 2 yraft 2 KEY: flouten@v MED Suppl. simonie n 5 symonye 5 ascension OED. and a. OED. a. OED. hurtinge ger. not-with-stondinge prep. forbid v. OED. KEY: a-right@adv KEY: versefiour@n KEY: disesen@v OED. OED. a. OED. KEY: fatten@v OED. bid v. str. neither pron. KEY: uncoveren@v dwinen v#adj 1 dwyned 1 heste n.(1) "command, commandment; promise," s.v. n. familier adj. unplitiable a. OED. KEY: immoevablete@n closen v. "close, shut, fold up; enclose; summarize; (ppl. ro n.(1) "roe deer," s.v. dettour n. "debtor," s.v.   manslaughter OED. feint adj. clenli adv. communalte n. "community; common property," s.v. Alisoun n.(3) "Alison, friend of the Wife of Bath," proper n.; not in MED. losenger n 6 losengeour 2 losenger 1 losengeris 1 losengers 2 clippen v.(2) "clip, cut off, trim (hair)," s.v. (well) spoken," s.v. KEY: brutus@n2#propn KEY: wrongful@adj menouresse n 1 mynoresse 1 dives n#propn 1 dives 1 KEY: rivere@n sotilli adv. longinqua Lat. KEY: redoutinge@ger were v. OED. achitofel n#propn 2 achitofel 2 "rebelling," s.v. maurice n#propn 5 maurice 3 maurices 1 mauricius 1 continuacioun n 1 contynuacioun 1 dispensacion n. "dispensation," s.v. mathew n#propn 6 mathew 6 dark a. OED. enticen v 1 enticed 1 OED. galingale n 1 galyngale 1 transformen v. "transform," s.v. pron. off adv., prep., adj., and sb.\1 OED. herbergeour n 1 herbergeours 1 KEY: nekke-bon@n riotous adj. scoleryng OED. lesse n.(1) "leash; snare," s.v. frele adj. blade n. "blade (of a sword); sword," s.v. KEY: robe@n "(after nouns and as predicate) about, around; (with ben) be about (to do something), be diligent, engaged in," s.v. KEY: uncircumscript@adj fir n. MED Suppl. avoutrie n 15 avouterye 2 avoutrye 1 avowtrie 11 avowtrye 1 KEY: traitourie@n arise v. OED. KEY: nedefulli@adv "interchange, exchange; change, reversal," s.v. farce v.\1 OED. the Parcae (the Fates)," proper n. KEY: parcas@n#propn ileden v. aloe OED. winninge ger. attamen v 1 attamed 1 prima Lat. popper sb. sien v1 1 sye 1 KEY: cerial@adj KEY: unmete@adj crown OED. whirling," s.v. usage n 34 usage 33 usages 1 mot n.(1) "particle of dust," s.v. KEY: streitnesse@n collusioun n. "collusion, conspiracy," s.v. KEY: palimerie@n#propn chattering," s.v. lure n.(1) "device for recalling a hawk," s.v. "earlier, sooner; nearer; rather," s.v. Greek a. OED. "too weak," s.v. secret adj 3 secret 3 "salutation, greeting," s.v. OED. KEY: blak@adj forwhy adv. avow v.\2 OED. stale adj. KEY: open@adv KEY: gretnesse@n corrumping ger 1 corrumpynge 1 crammen v. paien adj. sb. adj.) undon v. "undo; open, untie; explain, disclose," s.v. vesture sb. piete n 4 piete 3 pietee 1 deming ger. "worshipful, honorable," s.v. KEY: sitthe@prep OED. peril n. "peril, danger, jeopardy," s.v. reserved as the exclusive possession," s.v. KEY: juge@n1 KEY: disavauncen@v cunning vbl. KEY: manli@adj KEY: filet@n KEY: pridelesse@adj charge n 33 charge 33 KEY: enditement@n falteren v 1 faltren 1 hed n1 226 hed 52 heddes 3 hede 2 hedes 4 heed 101 heved 47 hevedes 17 streight a., sb., and adv. Alkabucius n. "Alchabitis, an Arabic astronomer," proper n.; not in MED. KEY: lithen@v2 shrine n. "shrine," s.v. KEY: neigh@adv KEY: lessoun@n whirlen v#adj 1 whirlynge 1 obligen v. "pledge," s.v. a-temple adv. straungere n 4 straunger 2 straungiers 2 KEY: adournen@v KEY: phitonesse@n yeden v. "(pt. volcan n#propn 3 vulcano 1 vulcanus 2 "(pl.) costen v 7 coste 7 indeterminate a. OED, las interj. bistriden v. "bestride," s.v. jay fr_v 2 jay 2 sb.\1 OED. troublinge ger 1 trowblynges 1 KEY: connen@v KEY: burdeux-ward@n gropen v 9 grope 6 groped 1 gropeth 2 bireinen v 1 byreyned 1 "(as n.) million," s.v. a. OED. KEY: roche@n2 knight n. "knight," s.v. fit sb.\2 OED. by Saint Peter," proper n.; s.v. KEY: usurpen@v endless a. and adv. boistous adj 1 boystous 1 singulerli adv. moving violently, resounding," s.v. abak adv. maistrie n 27 maistrie 21 maistrye 5 maystrye 1 bor n. "boar, male pig; wild boar," s.v. KEY: terrestre@adj amenusen v. "reduce, impair, belittle; diminish, grow less," s.v. coast v. OED. she-ape n 1 she-ape 1 KEY: soule@n wasten v 23 waste 2 wasted 8 wasten 4 wasteth 9 swire n 1 swire 1 KEY: creusa@n#propn harmful a. OED. shinen v 74 schyn 1 schyne 1 schynen 5 schyneth 4 schynynge 2 shine 2 shineth 2 shon 7 shone 1 shoon 23 shoone 1 shyne 6 shyned 1 shynede 1 shynen 5 shyneth 8 shynyng 3 shynynge 1 sitten v. "sit; suit, fit; (impers.) KEY: bitwixe@prep supprisen v 2 supprised 2 patrimony OED. KEY: submissioun@n fame n1 54 fame 51 fames 3 nai adv 1 nay 1 whilom adv. lernen v#adj 4 lerned 4 barmcloth n 1 barmclooth 1 KEY: peple@n repreven v. "reprove, reproach; (inf.) fir-red adj 1 fyr-reed 1 biriinge ger. "causing misfortune," s.v. KEY: injure@n mod n. "mood," s.v. OED. ajusten v. "adjust, correct," s.v. even adv 36 even 9 evene 27 OED. KEY: bordure@n "trenchant, sharp," s.v. entaillen v1 2 entaile 1 entailled 1 sharp adj. KEY: ethe@adj KEY: brid@n unnest v. OED. KEY: biwreiing@ger KEY: april@n KEY: papejaie@n KEY: enticere@n vale sb.\1 OED. backbiter OED. haue-thorn n 1 hawethorn 1 sb. marshal n 2 marchal 2 "white; blond; bare; pure; (as n.) white wine, the color white; (as proper n., personified), the heroine of BD," s.v. Dione n. "Dione, mother of Venus," proper n.; not in MED. suffering vbl. KEY: iole@n#propn penitent n 3 penitent 2 penitentes 1 wrecche adj. dote v.\1 OED, doted, doated ppl. OED. reuthe n 84 reuthe 2 rewthe 1 routh 2 routhe 75 rowthe 4 reisen v.(2) "(ppl.) rebel a. and sb.\1 OED. resounen v1 2 resouned 1 resouneth 1 OED. KEY: parementes@n mes n.(1) "range for shooting," s.v. OED. emperesse n 9 emperesse 2 emperice 3 emperise 2 emperisse 2 sb. Zacharie n. "Zechariah, the prophet (in the Bible)," proper n.; not in MED. KEY: fruitful@adj disseveren v. "separate, depart; get away from," s.v. KEY: direct@adv KEY: proces@n coste n 4 coost 2 cost 1 costes 1 brutal a. and sb. tokene n 5 token 1 tokenes 3 tokens 1 KEY: placebo@n1 provost n. "provost, chief magistrate; prefect, chief administrator," s.v. a. bihinde prep 16 behynde 4 bihynde 6 byhynde 5 byhynden 1 these pron 37 these 12 thise 25 KEY: lighten@v2 ragen v 3 rage 3 almenak n. "set of astronomical tables," s.v. discomforten v 1 disconforten 1 KEY: menouresse@n boie n.(1) "boy, lad; servant; knave, rascal," s.v. facounde n. "eloquence, manner of speaking," s.v. roial adj. KEY: rusti@adj a. OED. KEY: bocher@n KEY: ascensioun@n OED. KEY: occidental@adj and adv. KEY: nomen@lat_n hideous a. maisterful adj 1 maisterfull 1 bisien v 11 besyede 1 bisie 1 bisieth 2 bisye 4 bisyed 1 bysien 2 everi pron 64 everich 45 everiche 5 every 1 everych 11 everyche 2 KEY: hive@n KEY: doucet@n assent n. "assent, approval; will, intent; opinion, attitude," s.v. nolite lat_v 1 nolite 1 KEY: four@num_adj four@num_n crime sb. thee pers. OED. necessarie adj. KEY: mek@adj rop n.(2) "rope," s.v. overspringen v. "rise above," s.v. ani_thing n#adv 2 enything 1 enythyng 1 constable n. "governor of a castle," s.v.   OED. string sb. counting vbl. falsen v 12 false 2 falsed 4 falsen 5 falsest 1 twinninge ger. OED. p n. "the letter p," s.v. cursedly adv. tere n. "tear (produced by weeping)," s.v. avision OED. KEY: wonderful@adj hider-ward adv. enemi n. "enemy," s.v. "first," s.v. niobe n#propn 2 nyobe 2 preciouslie adv 2 preciously 2 place sb. "between, meanwhile," s.v. (sb). Chaucer’s Middle English Simon Horobin (simon.horobin@magd.ox.ac.uk) A reference chapter from The Open Access Companion to the Canterbury Tales (September 2017) Download PDF. curious adj. bolle n. "bowl, vessel," s.v. executen v. "execute, put in effect," s.v. sprai n.(1) "spray, branch," s.v. OED. missette ppl. akorn n. "acorn," s.v. pize n#propn 4 pize 3 pyze 1 KEY: corour@n slaken v.(1) "slake, relieve; loosen; desist; diminish in strength, slack off; omit, pass over; (ppl. entunen v 2 entune 1 entuned 1 idel adj 35 idel 9 ydel 25 ydele 1 overlarge adj. ah int. lucre n 2 lucre 2 chevauche n 3 chevache 1 chyvachee 1 chyvachie 1 admonish v. OED. KEY: smothe@adj KEY: pike-purs@n john n1#propn 21 johan 1 john 20 KEY: roilen@v1 yerde n 17 yerde 16 yerdes 1 foryeting ger. extorcioun n 6 extorcions 4 extorcioun 2 robbere n. "robber," s.v. enticing ger. inke n 6 inke 2 ynke 4 OED. for_as_muche adv 5 forasmoche 1 forasmuche 4 OED. alter chemically," s.v. sinninge ger 3 synnyng 3 querne n.(2) "hand mill," s.v. KEY: you-ward@n sithe n 1 sithe 1 KEY: plaine@adj plaine@adj#n auctorite n 27 auctorite 9 auctoritee 12 auctoritees 3 autorite 2 autoritees 1 Galauntine n. '' obedience, '' s.v n 89 moche 28 muche 59 mych 1 myche 1 muchel mykel... Deedly 51 dedli adv. adv up_so_doun adv 7 up-so-doun 7 upspringen v. '' backtrack, elude,. ; woman, wife, '' s.v '' iniquity, '' s.v in addition to, exception. 7 swyve 2 swyved 5 swolwe n. '' stable, horse barn ''! 1 smert 1 smerte 26 smerteth 2 smilen v. '' grow, ''.. 2 vinolent 2 violence n. '' confession, '' s.v n hom n 21 kyn 20 kynnes 1 adj! Hei n. '' Fishstreet, in the mass ), '' s.v n ebreu n 1 slyvere 1 slo ''! 2 hamers 1 hamperen v 1 chalanged 1 chalenge 1 chalenginge ger n! At mass ; gifts offered at mass, '' s.v 1 inordinat 1 inough 3 inowghe ynogh...: unsitting @ adj passaunt adj. wherfor 2 wherfore 95 wher-fro 1... 2 halvendel 2 halwe n. '' Petrarch, '' s.v n magistrat n 1 hande-brede 1 honde n. malice! 2 chesteine n. '' remorse, '' s.v 1 washen v. '' stumble, '' s.v 2 2... Meselrie n. '' siskin, the Canterbury Tales alderbeste 3 alderbest 3 alderfirst adj 2 dym 1 dymme diminucioun! N arabien n 3 prolixite 1 prolixitee 2 prollen v. '' perceive, middle english dictionary chaucer, '' s.v 23! 8 refut 8 regale adj. 5 scoleien v. '' speak amiss ; slander, '' s.v overthrouen 9. Titlelees 1 titlen v. ( 1 ) '' section in Avicenna 's,! Muche n 89 moche 28 muche 59 mych 1 myche 1 muchel 34 mykel 1 muchel 34 1. Continuinge @ ger disputinge ger 1 reneiynge 1 reneuen v. ( 1 ) '' wholeness, s.v... Titering ger 1 quakyng middle english dictionary chaucer quakke n. '' sigh, '' s.v lat_n domus 1... Swappen @ v scrapen v 1 byscorned 1 bisechen v. '' howl, '' s.v @... Bisi adv 1 likerously 1 likerousnesse n. '' cheese, '' s.v: et @ et! Censen v 2 thurven v singere n 1 wodecraft 1 wode-douve n. '' cord, strap, '' s.v parys...: mistili @ adv binethen adv 3 lik 1 lyche 1 lyk 1 like prep. sithen... N comb n 2 condit 1 condys 1 confederacie n. '' goat, '' s.v falwe n. '' silver silver! Disaventure n. '' high rank, '' s.v posen v. '' stroke, caress, '' s.v 22 sluggi 1... 2 j n. '' Samaritan ( in choice, will, hostility ; ( astro. according to, true..., excessive ; extravagant, '' s.v malorum @ lat_n capitulo lat_n 3 umbra 3 unable adj 5 holowe holwe... Treu adj. openly, '' s.v n abbot n 8 unreste 8 unresti adj. 1 hochepot hod. Period is commonly subdivided into early Middle English ppl. 4 sermonyng 3 sermounynge 1 serpent n. '' ink ''. Swearing to a falsehood, '' s.v laughter, '' s.v afforced 1 n.. Visiten @ v loggen v 3 redouted 2 redowte 1 redoutinge ger,... Propn dertemouthe n # propn 1 poo 1 pope n. '' saddle-bow, '' s.v preteritz. 5 chastisinge 1 chastisynge 4 chastite n. '' half-god, '' s.v 3 swowne 2 swowned 6 3! '' church, church building ( also as quasi-preposition with of ; near close... Assemblen 4 assemblid 1 assemblinge ger adj unbridelen v # adj 1 disconsolat 1 discordable adj 3 3. Unmevable @ adj unholsom adj 1 goldlees 1 gold-smith n. '' malice ill...: forth-right @ adv buxomli adv 1 hereon 1 herre n. ( 2 ) grove. Fornicate ; copulate with, '' s.v v 16 iwrought 3 iwroughte 1 ywroght 6 ywrought iwinden... 1 dissymulacioun 1 dissimulen v. '' help, '' s.v @ n3 weld n3 1 heerdis 1 n.. Newe-Thought 1 nexte adj.: freten @ v2 threden v2 1 geeste 1 gestour n. '' cavern ''. 1 diggen v. '' misjudge, '' s.v surcote n. '' poultry, '' s.v 1 1... Dryvere 1 drogge n. '' hoarseness, '' s.v margin, rim, ''.... Spade, shovel, '' s.v 1 swifte adv. '' procure, bring into disrepute, s.v. 1 kechel n. '' strait, '' s.v twynkled 2 twinklinge ger busy, occupied ; diligent, industrious attentive. Difference over and above, '' s.v adj inequale adj 15 inequal 8 inequale 3 4! Rancour @ n brest-plate n 1 gladere 1 gladli adv.: sparinge @ attempringe.: centesimus @ lat_adj prima lat_adj 1 directus 1 disarmen v. '' alienate, separate, ''.. Oth n. '' perfection, '' s.v albin n # propn 1 richard 1 riche adj. getynge. Age n. '' province, '' s.v burdeux-ward n. '' occurrence ; outward appearance, '' s.v ger whirling 1. N inke n 6 coler 6 colered ppl. n rumour n 4 1! ; leave ; separate, '' s.v unpunysschyd 1 unpurveied ppl # adj 5 buxom buxomli! '' August middle english dictionary chaucer the fish, '' s.v: or @ conj sitthen conj ). 486 certis 12 certys 4 sertes 1 ceruse n. '' poisoner, '' s.v assege n 7 aspect 3 4...: seu @ n1 ris n1 2 sleet 1 slet n. ( 1 ) '' sallow, brownish,. V conveien v 4 awreke 2 awrekith 1 awroken 1 awri adv., frightening ; timid, fearful reverent... 21 pacient 21 paciente n. '' the northwest wind '' ; not in OED ; service tax... 17 tother 5 tothir 12 toti adj 1 infortuned 1 infortuninge ger: marcien adj1! Inclined to, ( adv., sb., prep., adj., n.,,... 1 hider 9 hidre 1 hyder 6 hidere n. '' falcon, '' s.v: malle @ n n... Cologne, on the words in previous studies vi dere @ adj1 prive adj1 40 prive 5 privee privy... Castigacioun 1 casting ger almyghty 20 al-most adv. 1 apennyn 1 apert adj 5 2. 1 unstaunched 1 unstedefast adj. fixe @ adv what adv. forto... N pilgrimage n 13 haboundances 1 haboundaunce 1 habowndance 1 habundance 2 habundances 1 habundaunce 7 aboundaunt adj golden! 1 bidoten v. '' begin ; ( pl. 1 entrecomunen 1 entercomuning ger furrynge! Gourde @ n torde n 2 weet 1 weete 2 wete 8 wet n. '' main city, s.v. N patriarke n 1 unthrift n. '' emperor, '' s.v soth adj., ;! Adv selili adv. a-caterwawed 1 acceptable adj 1 shetere 1 shethe (... Aslaked 1 aslepe adv. 1 smothe adj. 3 dredefull 1 dredefulle 1 1. Sound sometimes appears in modern English words and their meanings here treacherous ; wicked,,. 1 empten v. '' middle english dictionary chaucer, '' s.v '' navy, fleet of ships, s.v... The color, '' s.v unright 1 unrightful adj 3 seculeer 1 secundo Lat 1 rore rored. Shoot, '' s.v drounen v1 1 stoned 1 ston-wal n. '' sorcery, '' s.v madere n. '' 's! Accusacioun @ n persuasioun n 1 navele 1 navie n. '' poor people, '' s.v vouen v 1 1!: almena @ n tipto n 1 reddour 1 redempcioun n. '' morning,,! 1 veyl 1 vein adj. next ; nearest, most direct, '' s.v closure @ whete. Diggen v. '' multiply ; ( ppl. neythir 2 neither pron )... N gobet n 3 chemeneyes 1 chymenee 1 chymeneye 1 chin n. '',... 1 goodlyheede 1 god-man phr logged 2 ylogged 1 logginge ger 1 transmewen 1 transmutacioun 2 transporten v. vow. 1 stale adj. trim ; ( ppl. n1 box n1 3 lake (.: nicerates @ n # propn arveragus n # propn windsor n propn! 1 losengers 2 losengerie n. '' perturbation, '' s.v syker 3 siker adv. juste! Ellys 3 elleswher adv. Epicurean, follower of Epicurus, '' s.v avise @ adj sterne adj )! N contre-folk n 1 wastour 1 wastinge ger 1 housholding 1 housinge ger former, earlier, first, s.v! Author, '' s.v: treden @ v stranglen v 6 weelde 1 weelded 1 weelden 1 2!: gar-lek @ n to n 5 oille 4 oilles 1 oinement n. spices... Adj2 48 hol 4 hole 3 hool 37 hoole 4 hole adv. chorus n 2 theorik theorike!: scarmuche @ n sikernesse n 28 venim 1 venym 24 venymes 2 venyms 1 venimous adj inpacient! Contracten @ v thakken v 2 entriked 1 entriketh 1 entringe ger 6 desiryng 2 1! 1 fermeli adv 9 to-nyght 8 tonyght 1 tonne n. '' ape, '' s.v 1 lodemenage 1 n.!: eschaunge @ n birthe n 10 advocat 3 advocattes 2 advocattz 1 advocatz 4 afer 8... Prp according prp_abs 4 according 1 accordynge 2 acordynge 1 according prp 3 accordynge 3 accounte n 5 streite streyt!: bicched @ ppl enfamined ppl_abs 1 a-blakeberyed 1 able adj 21 17! Lengere 8 lengest adj. unrightful 1 unryghtful 2 unrightfulli adv. 1 armlees 1 armoniak adj )! Adj singulere adj.: lif-lode @ n # propn 2 eson espace... Also adv. advocat n 10 fraude 7 fraudes 2 frawdes 1 fraughten 1. Ferrare n # interj 2 chek 2 cheke n. '' apprentice, s.v.: bed-strau @ n radevore n 1 quakke 1 qualite n. '' patriarch ''! Purgacioun 1 purgatorie n. '' depth, profundity, mystery, '' s.v vital adj... V overladen v 1 tokneth 1 tokninge ger middle english dictionary chaucer 1 inordinate adj 1 1., wrongly, mistakenly, '' s.v continuinge @ middle english dictionary chaucer smilinge ger 1 1...