The Concordance
 
 A...............36
Thop 715 Al of a knyght was fair and gent 4
Thop 721 His fader was a man ful free, 10
Thop 724 Sire Thopas wax a doghty swayn; 12
Thop 729 He hadde a semely nose. 18
Thop 735 That coste many a jane. 24
Thop 739 Therto he was a good archeer; 28
Thop 742 Ful many a mayde, bright in bour, 30
Thop 748 And so bifel upon a day, 36
Thop 752 And in his hand a launcegay, 40
Thop 753 A long swerd by his side. 42
Thop 754 He priketh thurgh a fair forest, 42
Thop 755 Therinne is many a wilde best, 44
Thop 759 Bitid a sory care. 48
Thop 762 And many a clowe-gylofre; 50
Thop 801 That he foond, in a pryve woon, 90
Thop 807 Til that ther cam a greet geaunt, 96
Thop 809 A perilous man of dede. 98
Thop 829 Out of a fel staf-slynge. 118
Thop 842 With a geaunt with hevedes three, 130
Thop 852 And mede eek in a mazelyn, 140
Thop 859 A breech and eek a sherte; 148
Thop 859 A breech and eek a sherte; 148
Thop 863 And over that a fyn hawberk, 152
Thop 867 As whit as is a lilye flour, 156
Thop 870 And therinne was a bores heed, 158
Thop 871 A charbocle bisyde; 160
Thop 888 Loo, lordes myne, heere is a fit! 176
Thop 906 Upon his creest he bar a tour, 194
Thop 907 And therinne stiked a lilie flour -- 196
Thop 909 And for he was a knyght auntrous, 198
Thop 918 Til on a day -- 206
Thop 924 Now swich a rym the devel I biteche! 212
Thop 929 " By God, " quod he, " for pleynly, at a word, 218
Thop 930 Thy drasty rymyng is nat worth a toord! 218
Thop 937 I wol yow telle a litel thyng in prose 226
Thop 940 It is a moral tale vertuous, 228
 
 ABAK............1
Thop 827 Sire Thopas drow abak ful faste; 116
 
 ABYEN...........1
Thop 822 Abyen it ful sowre. 110
 
 ACORDEN.........1
Thop 947 And alle acorden as in hire sentence, 236
 
 ADOUN...........1
Thop 731 That to his girdel raughte adoun; 20
 
 AFTER...........1
Thop 964 After the which this murye tale I write. 252
 
 AGAYN...........1
Thop 838 Is comen agayn to towne. 126
 
 AKEN............1
Thop 923 Myne eres aken of thy drasty speche. 212
 
 AKETOUN.........1
Thop 860 And next his sherte an aketoun, 148
 
 AL..............15
Thop 715 Al of a knyght was fair and gent 4
Thop 719 In Flaundres, al biyonde the see, 8
Thop 773 Al whan he herde the thrustel synge, 62
Thop 777 His sydes were al blood. 66
Thop 787 Me dremed al this nyght, pardee, 76
Thop 831 And al it was thurgh Goddes gras, 120
Thop 864 Was al ywroght of Jewes werk, 152
Thop 869 His sheeld was al of gold so reed, 158
Thop 884 His steede was al dappull gray, 172
Thop 903 His goode steede al he bistrood, 192
Thop 941 Al be it told somtyme in sondry wyse 230
Thop 946 But nathelees hir sentence is al sooth, 234
Thop 948 Al be ther in hir tellyng difference. 236
Thop 952 But doutelees hir sentence is al oon. 240
Thop 966 And lat me tellen al my tale, I preye. " 254
 
 ALE.............2
Thop 763 And notemuge to putte in ale, 52
Thop 872 And there he swoor on ale and breed 160
 
 ALLE............5
Thop 794 Alle othere wommen I forsake, 82
Thop 945 Ne seith nat alle thyng as his felawe dooth; 234
Thop 947 And alle acorden as in hire sentence, 236
Thop 953 Therfore, lordynges alle, I yow biseche, 242
Thop 960 As ye han herd, yet to yow alle I preye 248
 
 ALMEST..........1
Thop 758 I telle it yow, hym hadde almest 46
 
 ALSO............2
Thop 817 The child seyde, " Also moote I thee, 106
Thop 922 That, also wisly God my soule blesse, 210
 
 AMBIL...........1
Thop 885 It gooth an ambil in the way 174
 
 AN..............8
Thop 737 And ride an haukyng for river 26
Thop 788 An elf-queene shal my lemman be 76
Thop 790 " An elf-queene wol I love, ywis, 78
Thop 795 And to an elf-queene I me take 84
Thop 799 An elf-queene for t' espye, 88
Thop 860 And next his sherte an aketoun, 148
Thop 861 And over that an haubergeoun 150
Thop 885 It gooth an ambil in the way 174
 
 AND.............72
Thop 713 And I wol telle verrayment 2
Thop 714 Of myrthe and of solas, 2
Thop 715 Al of a knyght was fair and gent 4
Thop 716 In bataille and in tourneyment; 4
Thop 722 And lord he was of that contree, 10
Thop 728 And I yow telle in good certayn 16
Thop 737 And ride an haukyng for river 26
Thop 745 But he was chaast and no lechour, 34
Thop 746 And sweete as is the brembul flour 34
Thop 748 And so bifel upon a day, 36
Thop 752 And in his hand a launcegay, 40
Thop 756 Ye, bothe bukke and hare; 44
Thop 757 And as he priketh north and est, 46
Thop 757 And as he priketh north and est, 46
Thop 760 Ther spryngen herbes grete and smale, 48
Thop 761 The lycorys and the cetewale, 50
Thop 762 And many a clowe-gylofre; 50
Thop 763 And notemuge to putte in ale, 52
Thop 767 The sparhauk and the papejay, 56
Thop 771 She sang ful loude and cleere. 60
Thop 774 And pryked as he were wood. 62
Thop 783 And yaf hym good forage. 72
Thop 789 And slepe under my goore. 78
Thop 795 And to an elf-queene I me take 84
Thop 796 By dale and eek by downe! " 84
Thop 798 And priketh over stile and stoon 86
Thop 798 And priketh over stile and stoon 86
Thop 800 Til he so longe hath riden and goon 88
Thop 815 With harpe and pipe and symphonye, 104
Thop 815 With harpe and pipe and symphonye, 104
Thop 820 And yet I hope, par ma fay, 108
Thop 831 And al it was thurgh Goddes gras, 120
Thop 832 And thurgh his fair berynge. 120
Thop 837 Prikyng over hill and dale, 126
Thop 840 To make hym bothe game and glee, 128
Thop 843 For paramour and jolitee 132
Thop 846 And geestours for to tellen tales, 134
Thop 849 Of popes and of cardinales, 138
Thop 850 And eek of love-likynge. " 138
Thop 852 And mede eek in a mazelyn, 140
Thop 853 And roial spicerye 142
Thop 855 And lycorys, and eek comyn, 144
Thop 855 And lycorys, and eek comyn, 144
Thop 858 Of cloth of lake fyn and cleere, 146
Thop 859 A breech and eek a sherte; 148
Thop 860 And next his sherte an aketoun, 148
Thop 861 And over that an haubergeoun 150
Thop 863 And over that a fyn hawberk, 152
Thop 866 And over that his cote-armour 154
Thop 870 And therinne was a bores heed, 158
Thop 872 And there he swoor on ale and breed 160
Thop 872 And there he swoor on ale and breed 160
Thop 882 That bodeth werre, and nothyng pees, 170
Thop 886 Ful softely and rounde 174
Thop 892 Bothe knyght and lady free, 180
Thop 893 And herkneth to my spelle; 182
Thop 894 Of bataille and of chivalry, 182
Thop 895 And of ladyes love-drury 184
Thop 898 Of Horn child and of Ypotys, 186
Thop 899 Of Beves and sir Gy, 188
Thop 900 Of sir Lybeux and Pleyndamour -- 188
Thop 904 And forth upon his wey he glood 192
Thop 907 And therinne stiked a lilie flour -- 196
Thop 909 And for he was a knyght auntrous, 198
Thop 913 And by hym baiteth his dextrer 202
Thop 914 Of herbes fyne and goode. 202
Thop 947 And alle acorden as in hire sentence, 236
Thop 949 For somme of hem seyn moore, and somme seyn lesse, 238
Thop 951 I meene of Mark, Mathew, Luc, and John -- 240
Thop 959 And though I nat the same wordes seye 248
Thop 965 And therfore herkneth what that I shal seye, 254
Thop 966 And lat me tellen al my tale, I preye. " 254