The Concordance
 
 A..............3
PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, 10
PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; 10
PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, 32
 
 ALIGHTE........1
PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, 18
 
 ALWAY..........1
PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, 10
 
 AND............7
PrT 461 Of thee and of the white lylye flour 8
PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, 10
PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote 12
PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. 14
PrT 475 Thy vertu and thy grete humylitee 22
PrT 479 And getest us the lyght, of thy preyere, 26
PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, 34
 
 ANY............1
PrT 485 That kan unnethes any word expresse, 32
 
 AS.............2
PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, 8
PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, 32
 
 BAR............1
PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, 10
 
 BENYNGNYTEE....1
PrT 478 Thou goost biforn of thy benyngnytee, 26
 
 BEST...........1
PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, 8
 
 BIFORN.........1
PrT 478 Thou goost biforn of thy benyngnytee, 26
 
 BLISFUL........1
PrT 481 My konnyng is so wayk, O blisful Queene, 28
 
 BOOTE..........1
PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. 14
 
 BOUNTEE........3
PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee 4
PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. 14
PrT 474 Lady, thy bountee, thy magnificence, 22
 
 BRENNYNGE......1
PrT 468 O bussh unbrent, brennynge in Moyses sighte, 16
 
 BREST..........1
PrT 458 Parfourned is, for on the brest soukynge 6
 
 BUSSH..........1
PrT 468 O bussh unbrent, brennynge in Moyses sighte, 16
 
 BUT............2
PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee 4
PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, 32
 
 BY.............2
PrT 456 Parfourned is by men of dignitee, 4
PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee 4
 
 CHILD..........1
PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, 32
 
 CHILDREN.......1
PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee 4
 
 CONCEYVED......1
PrT 472 Conceyved was the Fadres sapience, 20
 
 DECLARE........1
PrT 482 For to declare thy grete worthynesse 30
 
 DEERE..........1
PrT 480 To gyden us unto thy Sone so deere. 28
 
 DEITEE.........1
PrT 469 That ravyshedest doun fro the Deitee, 16
 
 DIGNITEE.......1
PrT 456 Parfourned is by men of dignitee, 4
 
 DO.............1
PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; 10
 
 DOUN...........1
PrT 469 That ravyshedest doun fro the Deitee, 16
 
 ENCRESSEN......1
PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, 12
 
 ER.............1
PrT 477 For somtyme, Lady, er men praye to thee, 24
 
 EXPRESSE.......2
PrT 476 Ther may no tonge expresse in no science; 24
PrT 485 That kan unnethes any word expresse, 32
 
 FADRES.........1
PrT 472 Conceyved was the Fadres sapience, 20
 
 FARE...........1
PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, 34
 
 FLOUR..........1
PrT 461 Of thee and of the white lylye flour 8
 
 FOR............5
PrT 455 For noght oonly thy laude precious 2
PrT 458 Parfourned is, for on the brest soukynge 6
PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote 12
PrT 477 For somtyme, Lady, er men praye to thee, 24
PrT 482 For to declare thy grete worthynesse 30
 
 FREE...........1
PrT 467 O mooder Mayde, O mayde Mooder free! 14
 
 FRO............1
PrT 469 That ravyshedest doun fro the Deitee, 16
 
 GETEST.........1
PrT 479 And getest us the lyght, of thy preyere, 26
 
 GOOST..........2
PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, 18
PrT 478 Thou goost biforn of thy benyngnytee, 26
 
 GRETE..........2
PrT 475 Thy vertu and thy grete humylitee 22
PrT 482 For to declare thy grete worthynesse 30
 
 GYDEN..........1
PrT 480 To gyden us unto thy Sone so deere. 28
 
 GYDETH.........1
PrT 487 Gydeth my song that I shal of yow seye. 34
 
 HE.............1
PrT 471 Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, 18
 
 HELP...........1
PrT 473 Help me to telle it in thy reverence! 20
 
 HERIYNGE.......1
PrT 459 Somtyme shewen they thyn heriynge. 6
 
 HERTE..........1
PrT 471 Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, 18
 
 HIR............2
PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, 12
PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. 14
 
 HIRSELF........1
PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote 12
 
 HONOUR.........2
PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, 12
PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote 12
 
 HOW............1
PrT 453 O Lord, oure Lord, thy name how merveillous 0
 
 HUMBLESSE......1
PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, 18
 
 HUMYLITEE......1
PrT 475 Thy vertu and thy grete humylitee 22
 
 I..............7
PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, 8
PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; 10
PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, 12
PrT 483 That I ne may the weighte nat susteene; 30
PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, 34
PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, 34
PrT 487 Gydeth my song that I shal of yow seye. 34
 
 IN.............6
PrT 454 Is in this large world ysprad -- quod she -- 2
PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, 8
PrT 468 O bussh unbrent, brennynge in Moyses sighte, 16
PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, 18
PrT 473 Help me to telle it in thy reverence! 20
PrT 476 Ther may no tonge expresse in no science; 24
 
 IS.............6
PrT 454 Is in this large world ysprad -- quod she -- 2
PrT 456 Parfourned is by men of dignitee, 4
PrT 458 Parfourned is, for on the brest soukynge 6
PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, 10
PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote 12
PrT 481 My konnyng is so wayk, O blisful Queene, 28
 
 IT.............1
PrT 473 Help me to telle it in thy reverence! 20
 
 KAN............2
PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, 8
PrT 485 That kan unnethes any word expresse, 32
 
 KONNYNG........1
PrT 481 My konnyng is so wayk, O blisful Queene, 28
 
 LABOUR.........1
PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; 10
 
 LADY...........2
PrT 474 Lady, thy bountee, thy magnificence, 22
PrT 477 For somtyme, Lady, er men praye to thee, 24
 
 LARGE..........1
PrT 454 Is in this large world ysprad -- quod she -- 2
 
 LAUDE..........2
PrT 455 For noght oonly thy laude precious 2
PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, 8
 
 LESSE..........1
PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, 32
 
 LIGHTE.........1
PrT 471 Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, 18
 
 LORD...........2
PrT 453 O Lord, oure Lord, thy name how merveillous 0
PrT 453 O Lord, oure Lord, thy name how merveillous 0
 
 LYGHT..........1
PrT 479 And getest us the lyght, of thy preyere, 26
 
 LYLYE..........1
PrT 461 Of thee and of the white lylye flour 8
 
 MAGNIFICENCE...1
PrT 474 Lady, thy bountee, thy magnificence, 22
 
 MAY............4
PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, 8
PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, 12
PrT 476 Ther may no tonge expresse in no science; 24
PrT 483 That I ne may the weighte nat susteene; 30