The Concordance
 
 A.................37
Bo5 p1 48 but thei casten as a maner foundement of subject 48
Bo5 p1 55 I have diffynysschid a litil herebyforn. " 54
Bo5 p1 70 Ryght as a man dalf the erthe bycause of 70
Bo5 p1 71 tylyinge of the feld, and founde ther a 70
Bo5 p3 2 a more hard doute than I was. " 184
Bo5 p3 63 soth. But therfore ne sitteth nat a wyght for that 246
Bo5 p3 65 opinioun is rather soth for that a wyght sitteth 248
Bo5 p3 93 that I woot that a thing is, it byhoveth by 276
Bo5 p3 100 wyght wene a thing to ben oothir weyes 282
Bo5 p3 108 seith, that yif I woot a thing, it ne mai nat 290
Bo5 p3 125 to speke it with mouthe, it is a felonous synne. 308
Bo5 p3 212 as thou songe a litil herebyforn, be departed and 394
Bo5 p4 39 hast confessed it and byknowen a litel 492
Bo5 p4 58 comen, algatis yit it is a signe that the thingis ben 510
Bo5 p4 130 man scholde deme a thing to ben otherwyse 582
Bo5 p4 142 that this schal mowen schewen by a schort 594
Bo5 p4 143 ensaumple, the same rowndnesse of a body, 596
Bo5 p4 196 universel of here conceyte ryght thus: man is a 648
Bo5 p4 199 ne wot wel that a man is a thing ymaginable 652
Bo5 p4 199 ne wot wel that a man is a thing ymaginable 652
Bo5 m4 1 " The porche (that is to seyn, a gate of the 670
Bo5 m4 12 had ben nakid of itself, as a mirour or a clene 682
Bo5 m4 12 had ben nakid of itself, as a mirour or a clene 682
Bo5 m4 16 ryght as we ben wont somtyme by a swift 686
Bo5 m4 27 vein in the manere of a mirour, whennes 696
Bo5 m5 4 aftir hem a traas or a furwe icontynued (that 840
Bo5 m5 4 aftir hem a traas or a furwe icontynued (that 840
Bo5 m1 1 " Therfore thanne, as I have schewed a litel 862
Bo5 p6 58 togidre eterne, and that is a wrongful wenynge.) 920
Bo5 p6 85 for that it bereth a maner ymage or liknesse of 946
Bo5 p6 144 Ryght so as whan ye seen togidre a man walke 1006
Bo5 p6 155 this nis noon opynioun, but rathir a stidfast 1016
Bo5 p6 168 byknowen a thing of ful sad trouthe. But 1030
Bo5 p6 181 condicionel, as thus: yif thow wost that a 1042
Bo5 p6 190 ne constreyneth a man to gon that 1052
Bo5 p6 221 the a litil herbyforn -- that is to seyn, 1082
Bo5 p6 278 that thou puttest a litel herebyforn; that is to 1140
 
 ABOUTE............1
Bo5 p4 149 to the rounde body, and moeveth aboute 602
 
 ABOVE.............1
Bo5 p6 294 forwytere of alle thingis, duelleth above, and the 1156
 
 ABOVEN............1
Bo5 p4 176 intelligence, that lookith as aboven, whanne it 628
 
 ABREGGINGE........1
Bo5 p1 81 the causes of the abregginge of fortuit hap, 80
 
 ABREGGYNGE........1
Bo5 p1 82 the whiche abreggynge of fortuit hap cometh of 82
 
 ABSOLUT...........6
Bo5 p4 55 hool and absolut and unbounden. But thou wolt 508
Bo5 p4 105 bytydynges of hem ben absolut and quit of alle 558
Bo5 p5 18 moche more than tho thingis that ben absolut 748
Bo5 p6 176 outrely fre and absolut fro alle necessite. 1038
Bo5 p6 203 ben considered by hemself, thei ben absolut of 1064
Bo5 p6 236 thei absolut fro the boond of necessite. Right so 1098
 
 ACCIOUNS..........1
Bo5 p6 255 thi fre wil into diverse acciouns.' But thou maist 1116
 
 ACCORDE...........1
Bo5 p2 1 " This undirstonde I wel, " quod I, " and I accorde 120
 
 ACHEMENYE.........1
Bo5 m1 3 contre of Achemenye, ther as the fleinge bataile 100
 
 ACOMPLISSEN.......1
Bo5 p5 22 but thei acomplissen and speden 752
 
 ADDE..............1
Bo5 p3 92 herto I adde yit this thing: that ryght as whanne 274
 
 ADDEN.............1
Bo5 m3 54 mynde) so that he mowe adden the parties 450
 
 ADDITH............2
Bo5 m4 56 speces that it halt withynne itself, and addith 726
Bo5 p6 126 thei seen ben idoon in hir sighte? For addith thi 988
 
 ADJECCIOUN........1
Bo5 p6 188 nature of it ne makith it nat, but the adjeccioun 1050
 
 ADRESSYNGE........1
Bo5 p4 89 atemprynge or adressynge of hise cartes or 542
 
 AFER..............2
Bo5 p4 146 castynge of his bemys, waiteth and seeth fro afer 598
Bo5 p6 119 byholdeth fro afer alle thingis, right as it 980
 
 AFFECCIOUNS.......1
Bo5 p5 19 and quit fro alle talentz or affecciouns of 748
 
 AFTIR.............5
Bo5 m1 5 of hem that folwen hem. And sone aftir the 102
Bo5 p2 34 possessioun of hir propre resoun. For aftir that 152
Bo5 p4 138 comprehendid and knowen, nat aftir his 590
Bo5 p4 139 strengthe and his nature, but aftir the 592
Bo5 m5 4 aftir hem a traas or a furwe icontynued (that 840
 
 AI................1
Bo5 p6 86 the ai duellynge presence of God, it grauntith to 948
 
 AL................28
Bo5 p1 16 al be it so that the thingis whiche that thou axest 16
Bo5 p1 36 and I deme al outrely that hap nis but an idel 36
Bo5 p1 45 noon of thise oolde folk ne withseide nevere; al 44
Bo5 p1 59 awght, al be it so that it is hidd fro the 58
Bo5 m3 36 he fynde hem? What wyght that is al unkunnynge 432
Bo5 m3 45 it ne hath nat al foryeten itself, but it withholdeth 442
Bo5 m3 49 not nat al, ne he ne hath nat al foryeten; 446
Bo5 m3 49 not nat al, ne he ne hath nat al foryeten; 446
Bo5 p4 54 that thilke selve fredom of wil schal duellen al 506
Bo5 p4 56 seyn that, al be it so that prescience nis nat cause 508
Bo5 p4 96 were al the effect of craft, yif that alle thingis 548
Bo5 p4 134 thei wenen that tho thingis ben iknowe al only by the 586
Bo5 p4 136 ben iwyst or iknowe. And it is al the contrarye; 588
Bo5 p4 137 for al that evere is iknowe, it is rather 590
Bo5 p4 147 al the body togidre, withoute moevynge of 600
Bo5 p5 34 fleen or to desiren any thing. But resoun is al 764
Bo5 p5 40 seith, it ne knoweth nat al oonly that apertenith 770
Bo5 m5 13 walken undir the wodes. And al be it so that 850
Bo5 p6 14 thanne, is parfit possessioun and al togidre 876
Bo5 p6 22 al the space of his lif. For certis yit ne 884
Bo5 p6 36 enbraseth it nat the space of the lif al togidre; for 898
Bo5 p6 41 togidre al the plente of the lif interminable, 902
Bo5 p6 48 present to hymselve and so myghty that al be 910
Bo5 p6 49 right at his plesaunce), and that he have al 910
Bo5 p6 62 togidre al the presence of the lif intermynable, 924
Bo5 p6 77 mai nat han togidre al the plente of the lif, 938
Bo5 p6 191 goth by his propre wil, al be it so that whan 1052
Bo5 p6 209 of fre arbitrie or of fre wil, that, al be it so 1070
 
 ALBEIT............4
Bo5 p4 203 concepcioun. Also ymaginacioun, albeit so that 656
Bo5 p5 3 of bodily thinges), and albeit so that the 732
Bo5 p5 6 of the wittes, and albeit so that the passioun 736
Bo5 p6 146 hevene, albeit so that ye seen and byholden the 1008
 
 ALGATE............1
Bo5 p4 61 nevere iben, yit algate, or at the leste wey, 514
 
 ALGATES...........3
Bo5 p4 205 formen the figures, algates althoughe that wit ne 658
Bo5 p6 78 algates yit, for as moche as it ne ceseth nevere for 940
Bo5 p6 210 that thei bytiden, yit algates ne lese thei nat 1072
 
 ALGATIS...........7
Bo5 p3 70 algatis yit is ther comune necessite in that 252
Bo5 p4 58 comen, algatis yit it is a signe that the thingis ben 510
Bo5 p4 193 ymaginacioun, nor of wit; and algatis yit it 646
Bo5 m4 46 empressid in manere of matere. Algatis the 716
Bo5 m5 15 foormes, algatis hir faces enclyned hevyeth hir 852
Bo5 p6 32 infinite of tyme; yit algatis nis it no swich thing 894
Bo5 p6 35 embrase the space of lif infinit, yit algatis ne 896