The Concordance
 
 A................57
LGW F 1 A thousand tymes have I herd men telle 0
LGW F 12 Men shal not wenen every thing a lye 12
LGW F 160 Al founde they Daunger for a tyme a lord, 160
LGW F 160 Al founde they Daunger for a tyme a lord, 160
LGW F 203 And in a litel herber that I have, 202
LGW F 213 The god of Love, and in his hand a quene, 212
LGW F 215 A fret of gold she hadde next her heer, 214
LGW F 216 And upon that a whit corowne she beer 216
LGW F 218 For al the world, ryght as a dayesye 218
LGW F 224 Made hire lyk a daysie for to sene, 224
LGW F 228 In-with a fret of rede rose-leves, 228
LGW F 230 His gilte heer was corowned with a sonne 230
LGW F 284 In real habit, a ful esy paas, 284
LGW F 285 And after hem coome of wymen swich a traas 284
LGW F 291 Now wheither was that a wonder thing or non, 290
LGW F 306 Ne nat a word was spoken in the place 306
LGW F 307 The mountaunce of a furlong wey of space. 306
LGW F 318 A worm to neghen ner my flour than thow. " 318
LGW F 337 As other wrecches han doon many a day, 336
LGW F 345 A god ne sholde nat thus be agreved, 344
LGW F 348 And yf ye nere a god, that knowen al, 348
LGW F 352 For in youre court ys many a losengeour, 352
LGW F 353 And many a queynte totelere accusour, 352
LGW F 354 That tabouren in youre eres many a sown, 354
LGW F 373 This shoolde a ryghtwis lord have in his thoght, 372
LGW F 378 As is a fermour, to doon the harm he kan. 378
LGW F 382 A kyng to kepe his liges in justice; 382
LGW F 392 For whan a flye offendeth him or biteth, 392
LGW F 395 Hym deyneth not to wreke hym on a flye, 394
LGW F 396 As dooth a curre, or elles another best. 396
LGW F 400 For, syr, yt is no maistrye for a lord 400
LGW F 401 To dampne a man without answere of word, 400
LGW F 402 And for a lord that is ful foul to use. 402
LGW F 404 But asketh mercy with a dredeful herte, 404
LGW F 407 Than oght a god by short avysement 406
LGW F 427 He made also, goon ys a gret while, 426
LGW F 430 He hath maad many a lay and many a thing. 430
LGW F 430 He hath maad many a lay and many a thing. 430
LGW F 431 Now as ye be a god and eke a kyng, 430
LGW F 431 Now as ye be a god and eke a kyng, 430
LGW F 451 For whoso yeveth a yifte or dooth a grace, 450
LGW F 451 For whoso yeveth a yifte or dooth a grace, 450
LGW F 464 For-why a trewe man, withouten drede, 464
LGW F 465 Hath nat to parten with a theves dede; 464
LGW F 466 Ne a trewe lover oght me not to blame 466
LGW F 467 Thogh that I speke a fals lovere som shame. 466
LGW F 483 In makyng of a glorious legende 482
LGW F 488 How many women they may doon a shame; 488
LGW F 489 For in youre world that is now holde a game. 488
LGW F 490 And thogh the lyke nat a lovere bee, 490
LGW F 507 " That is a trewe tale, by myn hood! " 506
LGW F 510 Hastow nat in a book, lyth in thy cheste, 510
LGW F 512 That turned was into a dayesye; 512
LGW F 535 Therwith this queene wex reed for shame a lyte 534
LGW F 537 Thanne seyde Love, " A ful gret necligence 536
LGW F 569 Wol doon so strong a peyne for love as she. 568
LGW F 576 For whoso shal so many a storye telle, 576
 
 A-COMPAS.........1
LGW F 300 And with that word, a-compas enviroun, 300
 
 ABIDE............1
LGW F 180 The longe day I shoop me for t' abide 180
 
 ABLE.............1
LGW F 320 " For thow, " quod he, " art therto nothing able. 320
 
 ABOOD............1
LGW F 309 Abood to knowen what this peple mente, 308
 
 ABOVE............3
LGW F 223 For which the white coroune above the grene 222
LGW F 225 Considered eke hir fret of gold above. 224
LGW F 456 And seyde thus: " Madame, the God above 456
 
 ABSOLON..........2
LGW F 249 Hyd, Absolon, thy gilte tresses clere; 248
LGW F 539 `Hyd, Absolon, thy tresses,' in balade, 538
 
 ACCUSED..........1
LGW F 350 This man to yow may falsly ben accused 350
 
 ACCUSOUR.........1
LGW F 353 And many a queynte totelere accusour, 352
 
 ACORD............2
LGW F 159 And at the laste maden hire acord. 158
LGW F 169 Of hate, and songen alle of oon acord, 168
 
 ACORDE...........1
LGW F 3 And I acorde wel that it ys so; 2
 
 ACORDEDEN........1
LGW F 168 Acordeden to love, and laften vice 168
 
 ADAM.............1
LGW F 286 That, syn that God Adam hadde mad of erthe, 286
 
 ADOUN............2
LGW F 178 Adoun ful softely I gan to synke, 178
LGW F 301 They setten hem ful softely adoun. 300
 
 ADOWN............1
LGW F 250 Ester, ley thou thy meknesse al adown; 250
 
 ADRIANE..........1
LGW F 268 Nor Ypermystre or Adriane, ye tweyne: 268
 
 AFER.............1
LGW F 212 And from afer com walkyng in the mede 212
 
 AFFECCIOUN.......2
LGW F 44 To hem have I so gret affeccioun, 44
LGW F 523 Wel hath she quyt me myn affeccioun 522
 
 AFTER............5
LGW F 75 And I come after, glenyng here and there, 74
LGW F 91 And maketh it soune after his fyngerynge, 90
LGW F 285 And after hem coome of wymen swich a traas 284
LGW F 355 Ryght after hire ymagynacioun, 354
LGW F 575 After thise olde auctours lysten for to trete. 574
 
 AFTIR............1
LGW F 521 That both aftir hir deth and in hir lyf 520
 
 AGATON...........1
LGW F 526 As telleth Agaton, for hire goodnesse! 526
 
 AGAYN............5
LGW F 112 Agayn the sonne, that roos as red as rose, 112
LGW F 129 That naked was, and clad him new agayn. 128
LGW F 189 In preysing of the flour agayn the leef, 188
LGW F 190 No more than of the corn agayn the sheef; 190
LGW F 516 And broght hir out of helle agayn to blys? " 516
 
 AGAYNS...........1
LGW F 344 Agayns al this that ye have to him meved. 344
 
 AGENORES.........1
LGW F 114 That Agenores doghtre ladde away. 114
 
 AGEYN............1
LGW F 517 And I answerd ageyn, and sayde, " Yis, 516
 
 AGILT............1
LGW F 463 Naught have agilt, ne doon to love trespas. 462
 
 AGILTEN..........1
LGW F 436 He shal no more agilten in this wyse, 436
 
 AGOON............1
LGW F 443 " Madame, " quod he, " it is so long agoon 442
 
 AGREVED..........1
LGW F 345 A god ne sholde nat thus be agreved, 344
 
 AL...............46
LGW F 41 That, of al the floures in the mede, 40
LGW F 50 That blisful sighte softneth al my sorwe, 50
LGW F 54 Fulfilled of al vertu and honour, 54
LGW F 58 Al swere I nat, of this I wol nat lye; 58
LGW F 102 I may not al at-ones speke in ryme. 102
LGW F 119 That was with floures swote enbrouded al, 118
LGW F 139 And al his craft. " And somme songen clere 138
LGW F 160 Al founde they Daunger for a tyme a lord, 160
LGW F 167 And thus thise foweles, voide of al malice, 166
LGW F 195 For this thing is al of another tonne, 194
LGW F 218 For al the world, ryght as a dayesye 218
LGW F 222 Hire white coroune was ymaked al; 222
LGW F 237 And al be that men seyn that blynd ys he, 236
LGW F 242 Corowned with whit and clothed al in grene, 242
LGW F 250 Ester, ley thou thy meknesse al adown; 250
LGW F 251 Hyd, Jonathas, al thy frendly manere; 250
LGW F 255 My lady cometh, that al this may disteyne. 254
LGW F 259 And Cleopatre, with al thy passyoun, 258
LGW F 262 My lady cometh, that al this may disteyne. 262
LGW F 269 My lady cometh, that al this may dysteyne. 268
LGW F 272 For certeynly al thise mowe nat suffise 272
LGW F 275 So passeth al my lady sovereyne, 274
LGW F 294 Ful sodeynly they stynten al attones, 294
LGW F 304 And sithen al the remenaunt by and by, 304
LGW F 322 And thow my foo, and al my folk werreyest, 322
LGW F 341 Thoo spak this lady, clothed al in grene, 340
LGW F 344 Agayns al this that ye have to him meved. 344
LGW F 348 And yf ye nere a god, that knowen al, 348
LGW F 384 Al wol he kepe his lordes hire degree, 384
LGW F 389 Al be that hire estaat be nat yliche, 388
LGW F 394 Al esely; for, of hys genterye, 394
LGW F 414 Al be hit that he kan nat wel endite, 414
LGW F 420 And al the love of Palamon and Arcite 420
LGW F 434 That ye him never hurte in al his lyve; 434
LGW F 438 Of wommen trewe in lovyng al hire lyve, 438
LGW F 449 Al lyeth in yow, dooth wyth hym what yow leste. 448
LGW F 450 I al foryeve, withouten lenger space; 450
LGW F 485 That weren trewe in lovyng al hire lyves; 484
LGW F 487 That al hir lyf ne don nat but assayen 486
LGW F 532 Ycrowned al with whit, as men may see; 532
LGW F 544 For she taught al the craft of fyn lovynge, 544
LGW F 546 And al the boundes that she oghte kepe. 546
LGW F 557 Have hem now in thy legende al in mynde; 556
LGW F 564 To paradys, with al this companye -- 564
LGW F 570 I wot wel that thou maist nat al yt ryme 570
LGW F 574 That thou reherce of al hir lyf the grete, 574