10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BLYPE»
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King Horn: a middle-English romance
O 1388. blip (rhymes with swipe), O 285. blipe, s. a. 355, 792. blype, L 361, O 367
, L 798, O 821. blipe. //. «. 1, O 1, 131, O139. blype, L 1, L 135. Blipe, adv. gladly,
O 489. blype, L 475. Blod, s. n. blood, passion, 608, O 624, l. 878f. blode, s. d. O ...
Early English Text Society: Extra series
(96) And ase angeles pe faste stode For heuer eft by-come gode, And glad an
blype, Ry^t deuelen [so] for screawed-hedo Euer mo forse scholle brede, And
wrepe and nype. (97) Ac po hy hedde ine heuene ytopped, Wy nedde hy be ine
The Endangered English Dictionary: Bodacious Words Your ...
... Dr. Watson bloviation (blo-vi-AY-shun) talking windily the bloviation of the
equally uncompelling candidates blunderly (BLUN-der-lee) badly or clumsily
made made fun of his playmate's blunderly snowman blype (BLYPE) a piece or
shred of ...
A concordance to the Middle English shorter poem
Blype were pu per-vore, blype moder mittu ben. ' ant blddep vs ben blype; when
heo ys blype to bedde ybroht , blype, moder, my ht pou bel' Blype, moder, were
pou pol Ich am al so sory mon so ich was whylen blype. he nes nout blype neuer
Michael James Preston, Simón Jervis, 1975
Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish language: in which the ...
BLYPE, s. A coat; a shred; applied to the skin, l which is said to come ofl' in
blypes, when it peels in coats, or is rubbed ofl', in shreds, S. Barns.—Perhaps
radically the same with Flype, q. v. or a different pron. of Bleib. BLYPE, s. A stroke
or blow ...
Specimens of Early English: Selected from the Chief English ...
Ande al grayped in grene pis gome & his wedes, A strayte cote ful stregt, pat stek
on his sides, A mere mantile abof, mensked withinne, With pelure pured apert pe
pane ful clene, With blype blaunner ful brygt, & his hod bope, 155 Pat шаг; lagt ...
King Horn: Floriz and Blaunchefleur ; The Assumption of Our Lady
372 Hye lowe and makede blype Wel was hire swipe. " Go," hye seyde, " sone,
376 And bring him after none, 376 In a sqwieres wise, Wan pe king aryse.
Atheibrns explains his fears, Harl. MS. 2253. ant list were fore ych wonde | to
Joseph Rawson Lumby, George Harley McKnight, 1901
Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight: An Alliterative ...
o 6 A HORSE, GREEN AS mass, A mere mantile abof, mensked with-inne, With
pelure pured apert ]Je pane ful clene, With blyPe blaunner ful brygt, & his hod
boys, 156 bat wat; 1a;t fro his lokkeg, &1ayde on his schulderes ; Heme wel
A Dictionary of the Scottish Language
BLYPE, s. A coat; a shred ; applied to the skin,which is said to come oli'in blypes,
when it peels in coats, or is rubbed oil', in shreds, S. Burma-Perhaps radically the
same with Flype, q. v. or a difl'erent pron. of Bleib. BLYPE, s. A stroke or blow.
John Jamieson, John Johnstone, 1846
Piers Plowman--the Three Versions
... gold, panne lau3te hy leue, pise lordis at mede. Wip pat come clerkis to
conforten hire pe same, And bidden hire be blype, 'for we ben pin owene For to
werche pi wil while pi lif lastip.' Hendely panne heo behi3te hem pe same, To
loue hem ...
William Langland, George Kane, 1988