A.................85 | |

SqT 10 Ther dwelte a kyng that werreyed Russye, | 2 |

SqT 11 Thurgh which ther dyde many a doughty man. | 2 |

SqT 15 So excellent a lord in alle thyng: | 6 |

SqT 16 Hym lakked noght that longeth to a kyng. | 8 |

SqT 25 A fair persone he was and fortunat, | 16 |

SqT 32 A doghter hadde this worthy kyng also, | 24 |

SqT 36 I dar nat undertake so heigh a thyng. | 28 |

SqT 38 It moste been a rethor excellent | 30 |

SqT 64 Thanne wolde it occupie a someres day, | 56 |

SqT 81 Ther cam a knyght upon a steede of bras, | 72 |

SqT 81 Ther cam a knyght upon a steede of bras, | 72 |

SqT 82 And in his hand a brood mirour of glas. | 74 |

SqT 83 Upon his thombe he hadde of gold a ryng, | 74 |

SqT 84 And by his syde a naked swerd hangyng; | 76 |

SqT 86 In al the halle ne was ther spoken a word | 78 |

SqT 97 Ne koude hym nat amende with a word. | 88 |

SqT 99 He with a manly voys seide his message, | 90 |

SqT 106 Ne kan nat clymben over so heigh a style, | 98 |

SqT 127 And turne ayeyn with writhyng of a pyn. | 118 |

SqT 128 He that it wroghte koude ful many a gyn. | 120 |

SqT 129 He wayted many a constellacion | 120 |

SqT 131 And knew ful many a seel and many a bond. | 122 |

SqT 131 And knew ful many a seel and many a bond. | 122 |

SqT 133 Hath swich a myght that men may in it see | 124 |

SqT 159 Were it as thikke as is a branched ook; | 150 |

SqT 166 This is a verray sooth, withouten glose; | 158 |

SqT 193 Right as it were a steede of Lumbardye; | 184 |

SqT 195 As it a gentil Poilleys courser were. | 186 |

SqT 201 It was a fairye, as the peple semed. | 192 |

SqT 204 They murmureden as dooth a swarm of been, | 196 |

SqT 248 And seyden alle that swich a wonder thyng | 240 |

SqT 251 Hadde a name of konnyng in swich art. | 242 |

SqT 274 And looketh on hem with a freendly ye. | 266 |

SqT 279 That is nat able a dul man to devyse. | 270 |

SqT 281 And been a feestlych man as fressh as May, | 272 |

SqT 299 Ech man woot wel that a kynges feeste | 290 |

SqT 303 To seen this hors of bras, with al a route | 294 |

SqT 308 Ne was ther swich a wondryng as was tho. | 300 |

SqT 316 Ye mooten trille a pyn, stant in his ere, | 308 |

SqT 332 In swich a gyse as I shal to yow seyn | 324 |

SqT 350 And with a galpyng mouth hem alle he keste, | 342 |

SqT 368 For swich a joye she in hir herte took | 360 |

SqT 372 Of hire mirour, she hadde a visioun. | 364 |

SqT 382 Hire maistresse clepeth wommen a greet route, | 374 |

SqT 383 And up they rysen, wel a ten or twelve; | 374 |

SqT 388 And forth she walketh esily a pas, | 380 |

SqT 392 And in a trench forth in the park gooth she. | 384 |

SqT 395 But nathelees it was so fair a sighte | 386 |

SqT 409 Amydde a tree, for drye as whit as chalk, | 400 |

SqT 411 Ther sat a faucon over hire heed ful hye, | 402 |

SqT 412 That with a pitous voys so gan to crye | 404 |

SqT 424 If that I koude a faucon wel discryve, | 416 |

SqT 428 A faucon peregryn thanne semed she | 420 |

SqT 444 A longe whil to wayten hire she stood | 436 |

SqT 452 That causen moost a gentil herte wo; | 444 |

SqT 465 And as I am a kynges doghter trewe, | 456 |

SqT 474 And lith aswowne, deed and lyk a stoon, | 466 |

SqT 493 Whil that I have a leyser and a space, | 484 |

SqT 493 Whil that I have a leyser and a space, | 484 |

SqT 498 And, with a syk, right thus she seyde hir wille: | 490 |

SqT 500 And fostred in a roche of marbul gray | 492 |

SqT 504 Tho dwelte a tercelet me faste by, | 496 |

SqT 512 Right as a serpent hit hym under floures | 504 |

SqT 518 As in a toumbe is al the faire above, | 510 |

SqT 524 And many a yeer his service to me feyned, | 516 |

SqT 536 But sooth is seyd, goon sithen many a day, | 528 |

SqT 537 `A trewe wight and a theef thenken nat oon.' | 528 |

SqT 540 In swich a gyse as I have seyd above, | 532 |

SqT 546 So lyk a gentil lovere of manere, | 538 |

SqT 557 Ne so koude thonke a wight as he dide me! | 548 |

SqT 574 " This laste lenger than a yeer or two, | 566 |

SqT 584 So on a day of me he took his leve, | 576 |

SqT 590 Withinne a litel while, sooth to seyn; | 582 |

SqT 602 `Therfore bihoveth hire a ful long spoon | 594 |

SqT 603 That shal ete with a feend,' thus herde I seye. | 594 |

SqT 624 He saugh upon a tyme a kyte flee, | 616 |

SqT 624 He saugh upon a tyme a kyte flee, | 616 |

SqT 643 And by hire beddes heed she made a mewe | 634 |

SqT 662 That in his tyme many a citee wan; | 654 |

SqT 682 I have a sone, and by the Trinitee, | 674 |

SqT 685 He were a man of swich discrecioun | 676 |

SqT 687 But if a man be vertuous withal! | 678 |

SqT 692 And he hath levere talken with a page | 684 |

SqT 698 A tale or two, or breken his biheste. " | 690 |

SqT 701 Though to this man I speke a word or two. " | 692 |

ABLE..............1 | |

SqT 279 That is nat able a dul man to devyse. | 270 |

ABOUTE............2 | |

SqT 304 Of lordes and of ladyes hym aboute. | 296 |

SqT 381 Ne lenger for to slepe, and walke aboute. " | 372 |

ABOVE.............3 | |

SqT 449 Quod Canacee unto this hauk above. | 440 |

SqT 518 As in a toumbe is al the faire above, | 510 |

SqT 540 In swich a gyse as I have seyd above, | 532 |

ABROOD............1 | |

SqT 441 And heeld hir lappe abrood, for wel she wiste | 432 |

ABYDE.............2 | |

SqT 320 And whan ye come ther as yow list abyde, | 312 |

SqT 324 And in that place he wol abyde stille. | 316 |

ACCORDANT.........1 | |

SqT 103 Accordant to his wordes was his cheere, | 94 |

ACHILLES..........1 | |

SqT 239 And of Achilles with his queynte spere, | 230 |

ADOUN.............3 | |

SqT 351 And seyde that it was tyme to lye adoun, | 342 |

SqT 464 For Goddes love, com fro the tree adoun; | 456 |

SqT 616 He with his feet wol spurne adoun his cuppe, | 608 |

ADVERSITEE........2 | |

SqT 134 Whan ther shal fallen any adversitee | 126 |

SqT 502 I nyste nat what was adversitee | 494 |

AFFECCIOUNS.......1 | |

SqT 55 Ful loude songen hire affecciouns. | 46 |

AFTER.............14 | |

SqT 47 The laste Idus of March, after the yeer. | 38 |

SqT 76 And so bifel that after the thridde cours, | 68 |

SqT 98 And after this, biforn the heighe bord, | 90 |

SqT 100 After the forme used in his langage, | 92 |

SqT 188 To voyden hym, as ye shal after heere. | 180 |

SqT 205 And maden skiles after hir fantasies, | 196 |

SqT 364 To goon to reste soone after it was eve. | 356 |

SqT 389 Arrayed after the lusty seson soote | 380 |

SqT 403 Of hem that han it after herkned yoore, | 394 |

SqT 446 Unto the hauk, as ye shal after heere: | 438 |

SqT 477 And after that she of hir swough gan breyde, | 468 |

SqT 532 This is to seyn, that after his desert, | 524 |

SqT 663 And after wol I speke of Algarsif, | 654 |

SqT 667 And after wol I speke of Cambalo, | 658 |