A.............16 | |

CkT 4365 A prentys whilom dwelled in oure citee, | 0 |

CkT 4366 And of a craft of vitailliers was hee. | 2 |

CkT 4368 Broun as a berye, a propre short felawe, | 4 |

CkT 4368 Broun as a berye, a propre short felawe, | 4 |

CkT 4381 And gadered hym a meynee of his sort | 16 |

CkT 4384 To pleyen at the dys in swich a streete. | 20 |

CkT 4386 That fairer koude caste a paire of dys | 22 |

CkT 4391 For sikerly a prentys revelour | 26 |

CkT 4397 Revel and trouthe, as in a lowe degree, | 32 |

CkT 4404 Upon a day, whan he his papir soghte, | 40 |

CkT 4405 Of a proverbe that seith this same word: | 40 |

CkT 4408 So fareth it by a riotous servaunt; | 44 |

CkT 4415 And for ther is no theef withoute a lowke, | 50 |

CkT 4419 Unto a compeer of his owene sort, | 54 |

CkT 4421 And hadde a wyf that heeld for contenance | 56 |

CkT 4422 A shoppe, and swyved for hir sustenance. | 58 |

ABYE..........1 | |

CkT 4393 His maister shal it in his shoppe abye, | 28 |

ACQUITANCE....1 | |

CkT 4411 Therfore his maister yaf hym acquitance, | 46 |

AL............7 | |

CkT 4379 Til that he hadde al the sighte yseyn, | 14 |

CkT 4394 Al have he no part of the mynstralcye. | 30 |

CkT 4396 Al konne he pleye on gyterne or ribible. | 32 |

CkT 4398 They been ful wrothe al day, as men may see. | 34 |

CkT 4401 Al were he snybbed bothe erly and late, | 36 |

CkT 4407 Than that it rotie al the remenaunt. " | 42 |

CkT 4414 Now lat hym riote al the nyght or leve. | 50 |

ALLE..........1 | |

CkT 4410 Than he shende alle the servantz in the place. | 46 |

AND...........24 | |

CkT 4366 And of a craft of vitailliers was hee. | 2 |

CkT 4370 Dauncen he koude so wel and jolily | 6 |

CkT 4372 He was as ful of love and paramour | 8 |

CkT 4375 At every bridale wolde he synge and hoppe; | 10 |

CkT 4380 And daunced wel, he wolde nat come ayeyn -- | 16 |

CkT 4381 And gadered hym a meynee of his sort | 16 |

CkT 4382 To hoppe and synge and maken swich disport; | 18 |

CkT 4382 To hoppe and synge and maken swich disport; | 18 |

CkT 4383 And ther they setten stevene for to meete, | 18 |

CkT 4387 Than Perkyn koude, and therto he was free | 22 |

CkT 4395 For thefte and riot, they been convertible, | 30 |

CkT 4397 Revel and trouthe, as in a lowe degree, | 32 |

CkT 4401 Al were he snybbed bothe erly and late, | 36 |

CkT 4402 And somtyme lad with revel to Newegate. | 38 |

CkT 4412 And bad hym go, with sorwe and with meschance! | 48 |

CkT 4412 And bad hym go, with sorwe and with meschance! | 48 |

CkT 4413 And thus this joly prentys hadde his leve. | 48 |

CkT 4415 And for ther is no theef withoute a lowke, | 50 |

CkT 4416 That helpeth hym to wasten and to sowke | 52 |

CkT 4418 Anon he sente his bed and his array | 54 |

CkT 4420 That lovede dys, and revel, and disport, | 56 |

CkT 4420 That lovede dys, and revel, and disport, | 56 |

CkT 4421 And hadde a wyf that heeld for contenance | 56 |

CkT 4422 A shoppe, and swyved for hir sustenance. | 58 |

ANON..........1 | |

CkT 4418 Anon he sente his bed and his array | 54 |

ANY...........1 | |

CkT 4377 For whan ther any ridyng was in Chepe, | 12 |

APPUL.........1 | |

CkT 4406 " Wel bet is roten appul out of hoord | 42 |

ARRAY.........1 | |

CkT 4418 Anon he sente his bed and his array | 54 |

AS............6 | |

CkT 4367 Gaillard he was as goldfynch in the shawe, | 2 |

CkT 4368 Broun as a berye, a propre short felawe, | 4 |

CkT 4372 He was as ful of love and paramour | 8 |

CkT 4373 As is the hyve ful of hony sweete; | 8 |

CkT 4397 Revel and trouthe, as in a lowe degree, | 32 |

CkT 4398 They been ful wrothe al day, as men may see. | 34 |

AT............2 | |

CkT 4375 At every bridale wolde he synge and hoppe; | 10 |

CkT 4384 To pleyen at the dys in swich a streete. | 20 |

ATTE..........1 | |

CkT 4403 But atte laste his maister hym bithoghte, | 38 |

AYEYN.........1 | |

CkT 4380 And daunced wel, he wolde nat come ayeyn -- | 16 |

BAD...........1 | |

CkT 4412 And bad hym go, with sorwe and with meschance! | 48 |

BARE..........1 | |

CkT 4390 For often tyme he foond his box ful bare. | 26 |

BED...........1 | |

CkT 4418 Anon he sente his bed and his array | 54 |

BEEN..........2 | |

CkT 4395 For thefte and riot, they been convertible, | 30 |

CkT 4398 They been ful wrothe al day, as men may see. | 34 |

BERYE.........1 | |

CkT 4368 Broun as a berye, a propre short felawe, | 4 |

BET...........2 | |

CkT 4376 He loved bet the taverne than the shoppe. | 12 |

CkT 4406 " Wel bet is roten appul out of hoord | 42 |

BITHOGHTE.....1 | |

CkT 4403 But atte laste his maister hym bithoghte, | 38 |

BLAKE.........1 | |

CkT 4369 With lokkes blake, ykembd ful fetisly. | 4 |

BOOD..........1 | |

CkT 4399 This joly prentys with his maister bood, | 34 |

BORWE.........1 | |

CkT 4417 Of that he brybe kan or borwe may, | 52 |

BOTHE.........1 | |

CkT 4401 Al were he snybbed bothe erly and late, | 36 |

BOX...........1 | |

CkT 4390 For often tyme he foond his box ful bare. | 26 |

BRIDALE.......1 | |

CkT 4375 At every bridale wolde he synge and hoppe; | 10 |

BROUN.........1 | |

CkT 4368 Broun as a berye, a propre short felawe, | 4 |

BRYBE.........1 | |

CkT 4417 Of that he brybe kan or borwe may, | 52 |

BUT...........1 | |

CkT 4403 But atte laste his maister hym bithoghte, | 38 |

BY............1 | |

CkT 4408 So fareth it by a riotous servaunt; | 44 |

CASTE.........1 | |

CkT 4386 That fairer koude caste a paire of dys | 22 |

CHAFFARE......1 | |

CkT 4389 That fond his maister wel in his chaffare, | 24 |

CHEPE.........1 | |

CkT 4377 For whan ther any ridyng was in Chepe, | 12 |

CITEE.........1 | |

CkT 4365 A prentys whilom dwelled in oure citee, | 0 |

CLEPED........1 | |

CkT 4371 That he was cleped Perkyn Revelour. | 6 |

COME..........1 | |

CkT 4380 And daunced wel, he wolde nat come ayeyn -- | 16 |

COMPEER.......1 | |

CkT 4419 Unto a compeer of his owene sort, | 54 |

CONTENANCE....1 | |

CkT 4421 And hadde a wyf that heeld for contenance | 56 |

CONVERTIBLE...1 | |

CkT 4395 For thefte and riot, they been convertible, | 30 |

CRAFT.........1 | |

CkT 4366 And of a craft of vitailliers was hee. | 2 |

DAUNCED.......1 | |

CkT 4380 And daunced wel, he wolde nat come ayeyn -- | 16 |

DAUNCEN.......1 | |

CkT 4370 Dauncen he koude so wel and jolily | 6 |

DAY...........2 | |

CkT 4398 They been ful wrothe al day, as men may see. | 34 |

CkT 4404 Upon a day, whan he his papir soghte, | 40 |

DEGREE........1 | |

CkT 4397 Revel and trouthe, as in a lowe degree, | 32 |

DISPENSE......1 | |

CkT 4388 Of his dispense, in place of pryvetee. | 24 |

DISPORT.......2 | |

CkT 4382 To hoppe and synge and maken swich disport; | 18 |

CkT 4420 That lovede dys, and revel, and disport, | 56 |

DWELLED.......1 | |

CkT 4365 A prentys whilom dwelled in oure citee, | 0 |

DYS...........4 | |

CkT 4384 To pleyen at the dys in swich a streete. | 20 |

CkT 4386 That fairer koude caste a paire of dys | 22 |

CkT 4392 That haunteth dys, riot, or paramour, | 28 |

CkT 4420 That lovede dys, and revel, and disport, | 56 |

ERLY..........1 | |

CkT 4401 Al were he snybbed bothe erly and late, | 36 |

EVERY.........1 | |

CkT 4375 At every bridale wolde he synge and hoppe; | 10 |

FAIRER........1 | |

CkT 4386 That fairer koude caste a paire of dys | 22 |

FARETH........1 | |

CkT 4408 So fareth it by a riotous servaunt; | 44 |