The Concordance
 
 A..............19
PrT 488 Ther was in Asye, in a greet citee, 0
PrT 489 Amonges Cristene folk a Jewerye, 2
PrT 490 Sustened by a lord of that contree 2
PrT 495 A litel scole of Cristen folk ther stood 8
PrT 502 Among thise children was a wydwes sone, 14
PrT 503 A litel clergeon, seven yeer of age, 16
PrT 525 But on a day his felawe gan he preye 38
PrT 548 Twies a day it passed thurgh his throte, 60
PrT 561 Is this to yow a thyng that is honest, 74
PrT 562 That swich a boy shal walken as hym lest 74
PrT 568 That in an aleye hadde a privee place; 80
PrT 571 And kitte his throte, and in a pit hym caste. 84
PrT 572 I seye that in a wardrobe they hym threwe 84
PrT 584 Biforn this Lamb and synge a song al newe, 96
PrT 604 Yaf in hir thoght inwith a litel space 116
PrT 606 Where he was casten in a pit bisyde. 118
PrT 662 Me thoughte she leyde a greyn upon my tonge. 174
PrT 681 And in a tombe of marbul stones cleere 194
PrT 686 For it is but a litel while ago, 198
 
 ABBAY..........1
PrT 624 They carien hym unto the nexte abbay. 136
 
 ABBOT..........4
PrT 637 And after that, the abbot with his covent 150
PrT 642 This abbot, which that was an hooly man, 154
PrT 670 This hooly monk, this abbot, hym meene I, 182
PrT 673 And whan this abbot hadde this wonder seyn, 186
 
 ACORDYNGE......1
PrT 547 Fro word to word, acordynge with the note. 60
 
 ADOUN..........1
PrT 507 As hym was taught, to knele adoun and seye 20
 
 AFTER..........8
PrT 587 After hir litel child, but he cam noght; 100
PrT 605 That in that place after hir sone she cryde, 118
PrT 620 And after that the Jewes leet he bynde. 132
PrT 634 And after that he heng hem by the lawe. 146
PrT 637 And after that, the abbot with his covent 150
PrT 657 I loved alwey, as after my konnynge; 170
PrT 666 And after that thus seyde she to me: 178
PrT 679 And after that they ryse, and forth been went, 192
 
 AGAST..........1
PrT 669 Be nat agast; I wol thee nat forsake.' " 182
 
 AGAYN..........1
PrT 564 Which is agayn youre lawes reverence? " 76
 
 AGE............2
PrT 503 A litel clergeon, seven yeer of age, 16
PrT 524 For he so yong and tendre was of age. 36
 
 AGO............1
PrT 686 For it is but a litel while ago, 198
 
 AGON...........1
PrT 651 I sholde have dyed, ye, longe tyme agon. 164
 
 AL.............7
PrT 522 Til he the firste vers koude al by rote. 34
PrT 540 To konne it al er Cristemasse be went. 52
PrT 574 O cursed folk of Herodes al newe, 86
PrT 584 Biforn this Lamb and synge a song al newe, 96
PrT 586 This poure wydwe awaiteth al that nyght 98
PrT 613 So loude that al the place gan to rynge. 126
PrT 675 And gruf he fil al plat upon the grounde, 188
 
 ALDAY..........1
PrT 512 For sely child wol alday soone leere. 24
 
 ALEYE..........1
PrT 568 That in an aleye hadde a privee place; 80
 
 ALLAS..........1
PrT 560 Up swal, and seide, " O Hebrayk peple, allas! 72
 
 ALMA...........5
PrT 518 He Alma redemptoris herde synge, 30
PrT 554 O Alma redemptoris everemo. 66
PrT 612 He Alma redemptoris gan to synge 124
PrT 641 And song O Alma redemptoris mater! 154
PrT 655 Yet may I synge O Alma loude and cleere. 168
 
 ALSO...........2
PrT 505 And eek also, where as he saugh th' ymage 18
PrT 684 O yonge Hugh of Lyncoln, slayn also 196
 
 ALWAY..........1
PrT 622 Up taken was, syngynge his song alway, 134
 
 ALWEY..........1
PrT 657 I loved alwey, as after my konnynge; 170
 
 AMEN...........1
PrT 690 For reverence of his mooder Marie. Amen 202
 
 AMONG..........2
PrT 502 Among thise children was a wydwes sone, 14
PrT 599 Among the cursed Jues she hym soghte. 112
 
 AMONGES........1
PrT 489 Amonges Cristene folk a Jewerye, 2
 
 AN.............5
PrT 497 Children an heep, ycomen of Cristen blood, 10
PrT 542 And shal be beten thries in an houre, 54
PrT 567 An homycide therto han they hyred, 80
PrT 568 That in an aleye hadde a privee place; 80
PrT 642 This abbot, which that was an hooly man, 154
 
 AND............69
PrT 491 For foule usure and lucre of vileynye, 4
PrT 492 Hateful to Crist and to his compaignye; 4
PrT 493 And thurgh the strete men myghte ride or wende, 6
PrT 494 For it was free and open at eyther ende. 6
PrT 500 This is to seyn, to syngen and to rede, 12
PrT 505 And eek also, where as he saugh th' ymage 18
PrT 507 As hym was taught, to knele adoun and seye 20
PrT 511 To worshipe ay, and he forgat it naught, 24
PrT 520 And as he dorste, he drough hym ner and ner, 32
PrT 520 And as he dorste, he drough hym ner and ner, 32
PrT 521 And herkned ay the wordes and the noote, 34
PrT 521 And herkned ay the wordes and the noote, 34
PrT 524 For he so yong and tendre was of age. 36
PrT 528 This preyde he hym to construe and declare 40
PrT 533 Hire to salue, and eek hire for to preye 46
PrT 534 To been oure help and socour whan we deye. 46
PrT 537 " And is this song maked in reverence 50
PrT 542 And shal be beten thries in an houre, 54
PrT 546 And thanne he song it wel and boldely, 58
PrT 546 And thanne he song it wel and boldely, 58
PrT 549 To scoleward and homward whan he wente; 62
PrT 552 This litel child, as he cam to and fro, 64
PrT 553 Ful murily than wolde he synge and crie 66
PrT 560 Up swal, and seide, " O Hebrayk peple, allas! 72
PrT 563 In youre despit, and synge of swich sentence, 76
PrT 569 And as the child gan forby for to pace, 82
PrT 570 This cursed Jew hym hente, and heeld hym faste, 82
PrT 571 And kitte his throte, and in a pit hym caste. 84
PrT 571 And kitte his throte, and in a pit hym caste. 84
PrT 577 And namely ther th' onour of God shal sprede; 90
PrT 584 Biforn this Lamb and synge a song al newe, 96
PrT 589 With face pale of drede and bisy thoght, 102
PrT 590 She hath at scole and elleswhere hym soght, 102
PrT 597 And evere on Cristes mooder meeke and kynde 110
PrT 597 And evere on Cristes mooder meeke and kynde 110
PrT 598 She cride, and atte laste thus she wroghte: 110
PrT 600 She frayneth and she preyeth pitously 112
PrT 610 And eek of martirdom the ruby bright, 122
PrT 616 And hastily they for the provost sente; 128
PrT 618 And herieth Crist that is of hevene kyng, 130
PrT 619 And eek his mooder, honour of mankynde, 132
PrT 620 And after that the Jewes leet he bynde. 132
PrT 623 And with honour of greet processioun 136
PrT 628 With torment and with shameful deeth echon, 140
PrT 630 That of this mordre wiste, and that anon. 142
PrT 634 And after that he heng hem by the lawe. 146
PrT 637 And after that, the abbot with his covent 150
PrT 639 And whan they hooly water on hym caste, 152
PrT 641 And song O Alma redemptoris mater! 154
PrT 645 And seyde, " O deere child, I halse thee, 158
PrT 650 Seyde this child, " and as by wey of kynde 162
PrT 653 Wil that his glorie laste and be in mynde, 166
PrT 654 And for the worship of his Mooder deere 166
PrT 655 Yet may I synge O Alma loude and cleere. 168
PrT 658 And whan that I my lyf sholde forlete, 170
PrT 659 To me she cam, and bad me for to synge 172
PrT 661 As ye han herd, and whan that I hadde songe, 174
PrT 663 " Wherfore I synge, and synge moot certeyn, 176
PrT 666 And after that thus seyde she to me: 178
PrT 671 His tonge out caughte, and took awey the greyn, 184
PrT 672 And he yaf up the goost ful softely. 184
PrT 673 And whan this abbot hadde this wonder seyn, 186
PrT 675 And gruf he fil al plat upon the grounde, 188
PrT 676 And stille he lay as he had ben ybounde. 188
PrT 678 Wepynge, and herying Cristes mooder deere, 190
PrT 679 And after that they ryse, and forth been went, 192
PrT 679 And after that they ryse, and forth been went, 192
PrT 680 And tooken awey this martir from his beere; 192
PrT 681 And in a tombe of marbul stones cleere 194