The Concordance
 
 A...................15
MancT 1 Woot ye nat where ther stant a litel toun 0
MancT 8 A theef myghte hym ful lightly robbe and bynde. 8
MancT 11 Is that a cook of Londoun, with meschaunce? 10
MancT 13 For he shal telle a tale, by my fey, 12
MancT 14 Although it be nat worth a botel hey. 14
MancT 41 A, taketh heede, sires, of this lusty man. 40
MancT 45 And that is whan men pleyen with a straw. " 44
MancT 50 This was a fair chyvachee of a cook! 50
MancT 50 This was a fair chyvachee of a cook! 50
MancT 76 " No, " quod the Manciple, " that were a greet mescheef! 76
MancT 82 And wite ye what? I have heer in a gourde 82
MancT 83 A draghte of wyn, ye, of a ripe grape, 82
MancT 83 A draghte of wyn, ye, of a ripe grape, 82
MancT 84 And right anon ye shul seen a good jape. 84
MancT 98 T' acord and love, and many a wrong apese. 98
 
 ACORD...............1
MancT 98 T' acord and love, and many a wrong apese. 98
 
 AGAYN...............2
MancT 52 And er that he agayn were in his sadel, 52
MancT 91 To the Manciple he took the gourde agayn; 90
 
 AL..................3
MancT 7 That wole awake oure felawe al bihynde? 6
MancT 17 Hastow had fleen al nyght, or artow dronke? 16
MancT 18 Or hastow with som quene al nyght yswonke, 18
 
 ALE.................1
MancT 60 For, were it wyn or oold or moysty ale 60
 
 ALLAS...............2
MancT 51 Allas, he nadde holde hym by his ladel! 50
MancT 88 Of this vessel the Cook drank faste, allas! 88
 
 ALLE................2
MancT 39 Thy cursed breeth infecte wole us alle. 38
MancT 66 Thanne shal we alle have ynogh to doone 66
 
 ALSO................2
MancT 63 " He hath also to do moore than ynough 62
MancT 80 I wol nat wratthen hym, also moot I thryve! 80
 
 ALTHOUGH............1
MancT 14 Although it be nat worth a botel hey. 14
 
 AND.................33
MancT 4 Ther gan oure Hooste for to jape and pleye, 4
MancT 5 And seyde, " Sires, what! Dun is in the myre! 4
MancT 8 A theef myghte hym ful lightly robbe and bynde. 8
MancT 20 This Cook, that was ful pale and no thyng reed, 20
MancT 26 To thee, sire Cook, and to no wight displese, 26
MancT 28 And that oure Hoost wole, of his curteisye, 28
MancT 32 And, wel I woot, thy breeth ful soure stynketh: 32
MancT 45 And that is whan men pleyen with a straw. " 44
MancT 46 And with this speche the Cook wax wrooth and wraw, 46
MancT 46 And with this speche the Cook wax wrooth and wraw, 46
MancT 47 And on the Manciple he gan nodde faste 46
MancT 48 For lakke of speche, and doun the hors hym caste, 48
MancT 52 And er that he agayn were in his sadel, 52
MancT 53 Ther was greet showvyng bothe to and fro 52
MancT 54 To lifte hym up, and muchel care and wo, 54
MancT 54 To lifte hym up, and muchel care and wo, 54
MancT 56 And to the Manciple thanne spak oure Hoost: 56
MancT 62 And fneseth faste, and eek he hath the pose. 62
MancT 62 And fneseth faste, and eek he hath the pose. 62
MancT 64 To kepen hym and his capul out of the slough; 64
MancT 65 And if he falle from his capul eftsoone, 64
MancT 72 Reclayme thee and brynge thee to lure; 72
MancT 82 And wite ye what? I have heer in a gourde 82
MancT 84 And right anon ye shul seen a good jape. 84
MancT 87 And certeynly, to tellen as it was, 86
MancT 90 And whan he hadde pouped in this horn, 90
MancT 92 And of that drynke the Cook was wonder fayn, 92
MancT 93 And thanked hym in swich wise as he koude. 92
MancT 95 And seyde, " I se wel it is necessarie, 94
MancT 97 For that wol turne rancour and disese 96
MancT 98 T' acord and love, and many a wrong apese. 98
MancT 98 T' acord and love, and many a wrong apese. 98
MancT 101 Worshipe and thank be to thy deitee! 100
 
 ANON................1
MancT 84 And right anon ye shul seen a good jape. 84
 
 ANONRIGHT...........1
MancT 36 As though he wolde swolwe us anonright. 36
 
 ANOTHER.............1
MancT 71 Another day he wole, peraventure, 70
 
 APE.................1
MancT 44 I trowe that ye dronken han wyn ape, 44
 
 APESE...............1
MancT 98 T' acord and love, and many a wrong apese. 98
 
 ART.................2
MancT 33 That sheweth wel thou art nat wel disposed. 32
MancT 69 " But yet, Manciple, in feith thou art to nyce, 68
 
 ARTOW...............1
MancT 17 Hastow had fleen al nyght, or artow dronke? 16
 
 AS..................8
MancT 22 As ther is falle on me swich hevynesse, 22
MancT 29 I wol as now excuse thee of thy tale. 28
MancT 31 Thyne eyen daswen eek, as that me thynketh, 30
MancT 36 As though he wolde swolwe us anonright. 36
MancT 49 Where as he lay, til that men hym up took. 48
MancT 74 As for to pynchen at thy rekenynges, 74
MancT 87 And certeynly, to tellen as it was, 86
MancT 93 And thanked hym in swich wise as he koude. 92
 
 AT..................1
MancT 74 As for to pynchen at thy rekenynges, 74
 
 ATONES..............1
MancT 10 That he wol falle fro his hors atones! 10
 
 ATTE................1
MancT 42 Now, sweete sire, wol ye justen atte fan? 42
 
 AWAKE...............2
MancT 7 That wole awake oure felawe al bihynde? 6
MancT 15 Awake, thou Cook, " quod he, " God yeve thee sorwe! 14
 
 BACUS...............1
MancT 99 " O Bacus, yblessed be thy name, 98
 
 BE..................3
MancT 14 Although it be nat worth a botel hey. 14
MancT 99 " O Bacus, yblessed be thy name, 98
MancT 101 Worshipe and thank be to thy deitee! 100
 
 BEEN................2
MancT 34 Of me, certeyn, thou shalt nat been yglosed. 34
MancT 43 Therto me thynketh ye been wel yshape! 42
 
 BESTE...............1
MancT 24 Than the beste galon wyn in Chepe. " 24
 
 BIFORN..............1
MancT 89 What neded hym? He drank ynough biforn. 88
 
 BIHYNDE.............1
MancT 7 That wole awake oure felawe al bihynde? 6
 
 BLEE................1
MancT 3 Under the Blee, in Caunterbury Weye? 2
 
 BLESSE..............1
MancT 21 Seyde to oure Hoost, " So God my soule blesse, 20
 
 BOBBE-UP-AND-DOUN...1
MancT 2 Which that ycleped is Bobbe-up-and-doun, 2
 
 BONES...............1
MancT 9 See how he nappeth! See how, for cokkes bones, 8
 
 BOTEL...............1
MancT 14 Although it be nat worth a botel hey. 14
 
 BOTHE...............1
MancT 53 Ther was greet showvyng bothe to and fro 52
 
 BOURDE..............1
MancT 81 That that I spak, I seyde it in my bourde. 80
 
 BREETH..............2
MancT 32 And, wel I woot, thy breeth ful soure stynketh: 32
MancT 39 Thy cursed breeth infecte wole us alle. 38
 
 BRYNGE..............2
MancT 72 Reclayme thee and brynge thee to lure; 72
MancT 77 So myghte he lightly brynge me in the snare. 76
 
 BUT.................1
MancT 69 " But yet, Manciple, in feith thou art to nyce, 68
 
 BY..................6
MancT 13 For he shal telle a tale, by my fey, 12
MancT 16 What eyleth thee to slepe by the morwe? 16
MancT 37 Hoold cloos thy mouth, man, by thy fader kyn! 36
MancT 51 Allas, he nadde holde hym by his ladel! 50
MancT 57 " By cause drynke hath dominacioun 56
MancT 58 Upon this man, by my savacioun, 58