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Polychronicon, together with the Engl. tr. of J. Trevisa and of an unknown writer of the fifteenth century, ed. by C. Babington (J.R. Lumby). Vols. 1-8, 9 (containing a continuation by J. Malverne).

 
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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. 1886 Excerpt: ...iv. 375; v. 175 j vii. 185; viii. 63. Beryenge (.) the act of burying, v. 109. Besaunde, besaunte (n.) a valuable gold Byzantine coin, vi. 401. The text seems to imply that ornaments were made out of these coins. Bcschyne, beschyned, byschyne (p.p.) illuminated, lighted up, i. 113, 307, 325. Beseme (i4.) L. decere, to be suitable or becoming, iii. 463. Beseen, besene (p.p.) L. ornatus, adorned, arrayed, furnished, iii. 317, 323, 347; viii. 580. Besettc (p.p.) L. ornatus, set (as with jewels), v. 293. Besiliche adv.) L. sollicite, anxiously, carefully, busily, iii. 195,367,403; v. 301; vi. 9. Besmitted (p.p.) spotted, stained, smutted, i. 359. Besouthe (prep.) to the south of, vi. 5. Be-spradde (p.p.) covered, overspread, iii. 241. Bestene, bestin (adj.) beastlike, brutal, belonging to beasts, i. 411; ii. 181. Bestilichc (adj.) sensual, iii. 405. Betaught (vb. pret.) committed, commended, viii. 531. Bete (vb. pret.) Xj. stravit, cast down, overcame, v. 265. Bob (vb. plur.) are, v. 77; vi. 33; vii. 524. Betook (vb. pret.) entrusted, committed to the care of, vi. 213. Bewel (vb.) to swell up, rise, increase (of waters), i. 111. Be-west (prep.) on the west of, vi. 423. Bewreyed, bewryed (p.p.) betrayed, informed against, iv. 141; v. 117, 157. Bcyne (adj.) both, i. 419. Bibelle, bible (n.) L. bibliotheea, a library, iv. 109, 455; v. 15. See note on v. 15. Bi-bled (p.p.) stained, or moistened with blood, viii. 155. Bicche (n.) L. canicula, a bitch-dog, iii. 141. Bidde (vb.) to pray, iv. 343; v. 461; vi. 9, 29. Bifil (vb.prel.) lefel, happened, iii. 121, 129, 245; v. 279. Biflowe (p.p.) overflowed, i. 133. Biforehond (adv.) formerly, aforetime, iii. 327. Bigge, bygge (vb.) to buy, ii. 19; iii. 333; iv. 141, 143; v. Ill; viii. 87. Riggere, begger (n.) a buyer...

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