The Concordance
 
 A..............3
SNT 12 Til that a man be hent right by the lappe, 12
SNT 19 And syn that slouthe hire holdeth in a lees 18
SNT 95 Is joyned, by a manere conjoynynge 94
 
 ACCEPTE........1
SNT 63 Be synful, yet accepte my bileve. 62
 
 ADVOCAT........1
SNT 68 Be myn advocat in that heighe place 68
 
 AFFECCIOUN.....1
SNT 74 Of erthely lust and fals affeccioun; 74
 
 AFTER..........2
SNT 25 After the legende in translacioun 24
SNT 35 As man may after reden in hire storie. 34
 
 AL.............2
SNT 6 Wel oghten we to doon al oure entente, 6
SNT 21 And to devouren al that othere swynke, 20
 
 ALLE...........3
SNT 29 And thow that flour of virgines art alle, 28
SNT 60 That whelpes eten somme of the crommes alle 60
SNT 105 Ensample of goode and wise werkes alle. 104
 
 ALSO...........1
SNT 73 Of my body, and also by the wighte 72
 
 AMENDE.........1
SNT 84 And pray yow that ye wole my werk amende. 84
 
 AND............58
SNT 1 The ministre and the norice unto vices, 0
SNT 4 To eschue, and by hire contrarie hire oppresse -- 4
SNT 14 Wel oghte us werche and ydelnesse withstonde. 14
SNT 15 And though men dradden nevere for to dye, 14
SNT 19 And syn that slouthe hire holdeth in a lees 18
SNT 20 Oonly to slepe, and for to ete and drynke, 20
SNT 20 Oonly to slepe, and for to ete and drynke, 20
SNT 21 And to devouren al that othere swynke, 20
SNT 22 And for to putte us fro swich ydelnesse, 22
SNT 26 Right of thy glorious lif and passioun, 26
SNT 27 Thou with thy gerland wroght with rose and lilie -- 26
SNT 28 Thee meene I, mayde and martyr, Seint Cecilie. 28
SNT 29 And thow that flour of virgines art alle, 28
SNT 34 The eterneel lyf and of the feend victorie, 34
SNT 36 Thow Mayde and Mooder, doghter of thy Sone, 36
SNT 39 Thow humble, and heigh over every creature, 38
SNT 42 His Sone in blood and flessh to clothe and wynde. 42
SNT 42 His Sone in blood and flessh to clothe and wynde. 42
SNT 44 Took mannes shap the eterneel love and pees, 44
SNT 45 That of the tryne compas lord and gyde is, 44
SNT 46 Whom erthe and see and hevene out of relees 46
SNT 46 Whom erthe and see and hevene out of relees 46
SNT 47 Ay heryen; and thou, Virgine wemmelees, 46
SNT 48 Baar of thy body -- and dweltest mayden pure -- 48
SNT 51 With mercy, goodnesse, and with swich pitee 50
SNT 56 Thou goost biforn and art hir lyves leche. 56
SNT 57 Now help, thow meeke and blisful faire mayde, 56
SNT 62 And though that I, unworthy sone of Eve, 62
SNT 64 And, for that feith is deed withouten werkis, 64
SNT 65 So for to werken yif me wit and space, 64
SNT 67 O thou, that art so fair and ful of grace, 66
SNT 71 And of thy light my soule in prison lighte, 70
SNT 73 Of my body, and also by the wighte 72
SNT 74 Of erthely lust and fals affeccioun; 74
SNT 76 Of hem that been in sorwe and in distresse, 76
SNT 81 For bothe have I the wordes and sentence 80
SNT 83 The storie wroot, and folwen hire legende, 82
SNT 84 And pray yow that ye wole my werk amende. 84
SNT 90 And grene of conscience, and of good fame 90
SNT 90 And grene of conscience, and of good fame 90
SNT 96 Of " hevene " and " Lia " ; and heere, in figurynge, 96
SNT 96 Of " hevene " and " Lia " ; and heere, in figurynge, 96
SNT 98 And " Lia " for hire lastynge bisynesse. 98
SNT 101 Of sapience and for hire thewes cleere; 100
SNT 103 Of " hevene " and " leos " comth, for which by right 102
SNT 105 Ensample of goode and wise werkes alle. 104
SNT 107 And right as men may in the hevene see 106
SNT 108 The sonne and moone and sterres every weye, 108
SNT 108 The sonne and moone and sterres every weye, 108
SNT 111 And eek the cleernesse hool of sapience, 110
SNT 112 And sondry werkes, brighte of excellence. 112
SNT 113 And right so as thise philosophres write 112
SNT 114 That hevene is swift and round and eek brennynge, 114
SNT 114 That hevene is swift and round and eek brennynge, 114
SNT 116 Ful swift and bisy evere in good werkynge, 116
SNT 117 And round and hool in good perseverynge, 116
SNT 117 And round and hool in good perseverynge, 116
SNT 118 And brennynge evere in charite ful brighte. 118
 
 ANNE...........1
SNT 70 Thow Cristes mooder, doghter deere of Anne! 70
 
 ART............4
SNT 29 And thow that flour of virgines art alle, 28
SNT 52 That thou, that art the sonne of excellence 52
SNT 56 Thou goost biforn and art hir lyves leche. 56
SNT 67 O thou, that art so fair and ful of grace, 66
 
 AS.............5
SNT 35 As man may after reden in hire storie. 34
SNT 86 Expowne, as men may in hir storie see. 86
SNT 94 Or elles Cecile, as I writen fynde, 94
SNT 107 And right as men may in the hevene see 106
SNT 113 And right so as thise philosophres write 112
 
 ASSEMBLED......1
SNT 50 Assembled is in thee magnificence 50
 
 AT.............2
SNT 31 To thee at my bigynnyng first I calle; 30
SNT 82 Of hym that at the seintes reverence 82
 
 AY.............1
SNT 47 Ay heryen; and thou, Virgine wemmelees, 46
 
 BAAR...........1
SNT 48 Baar of thy body -- and dweltest mayden pure -- 48
 
 BE.............5
SNT 12 Til that a man be hent right by the lappe, 12
SNT 63 Be synful, yet accepte my bileve. 62
SNT 66 That I be quit fro thennes that most derk is! 66
SNT 68 Be myn advocat in that heighe place 68
SNT 99 Cecile may eek be seyd in this manere, 98
 
 BEEN...........2
SNT 61 That from hir lordes table been yfalle; 60
SNT 76 Of hem that been in sorwe and in distresse, 76
 
 BENYGNYTEE.....1
SNT 54 But often tyme of thy benygnytee 54
 
 BERNARD........1
SNT 30 Of whom that Bernard list so wel to write, 30
 
 BICLAPPE.......1
SNT 9 Continuelly us waiteth to biclappe, 8
 
 BIFORN.........1
SNT 56 Thou goost biforn and art hir lyves leche. 56
 
 BIGYNNYNG......1
SNT 31 To thee at my bigynnyng first I calle; 30
 
 BILEVE.........1
SNT 63 Be synful, yet accepte my bileve. 62
 
 BISECHE........1
SNT 55 Ful frely, er that men thyn help biseche, 54
 
 BISY...........1
SNT 116 Ful swift and bisy evere in good werkynge, 116
 
 BISYNESSE......3
SNT 5 That is to seyn, by leveful bisynesse -- 4
SNT 24 I have heer doon my feithful bisynesse 24
SNT 98 And " Lia " for hire lastynge bisynesse. 98
 
 BLISFUL........2
SNT 43 Withinne the cloistre blisful of thy sydis 42
SNT 57 Now help, thow meeke and blisful faire mayde, 56
 
 BLOOD..........1
SNT 42 His Sone in blood and flessh to clothe and wynde. 42