The Concordance
 
 A..................65
LGW G 1 A thousand sythes have I herd men telle 0
LGW G 12 Men shal nat wenen every thyng a lye 12
LGW G 14 God wot a thyng is nevere the lesse so 14
LGW G 87 Of many a story, or elles of many a geste, 86
LGW G 87 Of many a story, or elles of many a geste, 86
LGW G 97 And in a lytel herber that I have, 96
LGW G 141 Tyl at the laste a larke son above: 140
LGW G 145 And saw hym come, and in his hond a quene 144
LGW G 147 A fret of goold she hadde next hyre her 146
LGW G 148 And upon that a whit corone she ber 148
LGW G 156 Made hire lyk a dayesye for to sene, 156
LGW G 160 A garlond on his hed of rose-leves 160
LGW G 165 A furlong-wey I myhte hym not beholde. 164
LGW G 187 In real habyt, a ful esy pas, 186
LGW G 188 And after hem come of wemen swich a tras 188
LGW G 194 Now whether was that a wonder thyng or non, 194
LGW G 232 Ne nat a word was spoken in that place 232
LGW G 233 The mountaunce of a furlong-wey of space. 232
LGW G 234 I, lenynge faste by under a bente, 234
LGW G 244 A worm to comen in my syght than thow. " 244
LGW G 259 That he nys but a verray propre fol 258
LGW G 284 Telleth Jerome, and that nat of a fewe, 284
LGW G 285 But, I dar seyn, an hundred on a rewe, 284
LGW G 289 That, rathere than they wolde take a newe, 288
LGW G 303 A man that coude be so trewe and kynde 302
LGW G 315 As othere olde foles many a day, 314
LGW G 321 A god ne sholde not thus been agreved, 320
LGW G 327 The god of Love hereth many a tale yfeyned. 326
LGW G 328 For in youre court is many a losengeour, 328
LGW G 329 And many a queynte totelere accusour, 328
LGW G 330 That tabouren in youre eres many a thyng 330
LGW G 341 He may translate a thyng in no malyce, 340
LGW G 348 For he hath write many a bok er this. 348
LGW G 353 This shulde a ryghtwys lord han in his thought, 352
LGW G 358 As is a fermour, to don the harm he can. 358
LGW G 366 A kyng to kepe his lyges in justice; 366
LGW G 368 And therto is a kyng ful depe ysworn 368
LGW G 378 For whan a flye offendeth hym or byteth, 378
LGW G 381 Hym deyneth nat to wreke hym on a flye, 380
LGW G 382 As doth a curre, or elles another best. 382
LGW G 386 For, sire, it is no maystrye for a lord 386
LGW G 387 To dampne a man withoute answere or word, 386
LGW G 388 And, for a lord, that is ful foul to use. 388
LGW G 390 [But] axeth mercy with a sorweful herte, 390
LGW G 393 Than ought a god, by short avisement, 392
LGW G 401 I not wher he be now a renegat. 400
LGW G 417 He made also, gon is a gret while, 416
LGW G 420 He hath mad many a lay and many a thyng. 420
LGW G 420 He hath mad many a lay and many a thyng. 420
LGW G 421 Now as ye ben a god and ek a kyng, 420
LGW G 421 Now as ye ben a god and ek a kyng, 420
LGW G 441 For whoso yeveth a yifte or doth a grace, 440
LGW G 441 For whoso yeveth a yifte or doth a grace, 440
LGW G 454 For-why a trewe man, withoute drede, 454
LGW G 455 Hath nat to parte with a theves dede; 454
LGW G 456 Ne a trewe lovere oghte me nat to blame 456
LGW G 457 Thogh that I speke a fals lovere som shame. 456
LGW G 473 In makynge of a gloryous legende 472
LGW G 478 How manye wemen they may don a shame; 478
LGW G 480 And thogh the lesteth nat a lovere be, 480
LGW G 495 " That is a trewe tale, by myn hood! " 494
LGW G 498 Hast thow nat in a bok, lyth in thy cheste, 498
LGW G 500 That turned was into a dayesye; 500
LGW G 523 Therwith this queene wex red for shame a lyte 522
LGW G 525 Thanne seyde Love, " A ful gret neglygence 524
 
 ABLE...............1
LGW G 246 " For thow, " quod he, " art therto nothyng able. 246
 
 ABOD...............1
LGW G 235 Abod to knowe what this peple mente, 234
 
 ABOUTE.............1
LGW G 200 Daunsynge aboute this flour an esy pas, 200
 
 ABOVE..............4
LGW G 141 Tyl at the laste a larke son above: 140
LGW G 155 For which the white coroun above the grene 154
LGW G 157 Considered ek the fret of gold above. 156
LGW G 446 And seyde thus, " Madame, the God above 446
 
 ABSALON............1
LGW G 203 Hyd, Absalon, thy gilte tresses clere; 202
 
 ACCUSOUR...........1
LGW G 329 And many a queynte totelere accusour, 328
 
 ACORDE.............1
LGW G 3 And I acorde wel that it be so; 2
 
 ACUSED.............1
LGW G 338 This man to yow may wrongly ben acused, 338
 
 ADAM...............1
LGW G 189 That, syn that God Adam [had] mad of erthe, 188
 
 ADOUN..............3
LGW G 198 And knelede adoun, as it were for the nones. 198
LGW G 204 Ester, ley thow thy meknesse al adoun; 204
LGW G 226 They setten hem ful softely adoun, 226
 
 ADRAD..............1
LGW G 300 That were so sore adrad of alle shame. 300
 
 ADRIANE............1
LGW G 222 Nor Ypermystre or Adriane, ne pleyne 222
 
 AFERED.............1
LGW G 53 So sore it is afered of the nyght, 52
 
 AFFECCIOUN.........2
LGW G 44 To hem have I so gret affeccioun, 44
LGW G 511 Wel hath she quit me myn affeccioun 510
 
 AFTER..............5
LGW G 63 [And] I come after, glenynge here and there, 62
LGW G 136 And after diden othere observaunces 136
LGW G 188 And after hem come of wemen swich a tras 188
LGW G 199 And after that they wenten in compas, 198
LGW G 509 That bothe after hire deth and in hire lyf 508
 
 AGATON.............1
LGW G 514 As telleth Agaton, for hyre goodnesse! 514
 
 AGAYN..............1
LGW G 72 As of the lef agayn the flour to make, 72
 
 AGAYNS.............1
LGW G 281 What seith Jerome agayns Jovynyan? 280
 
 AGEN...............2
LGW G 48 To sen these floures agen the sonne sprede 48
LGW G 74 No more than of the corn agen the shef; 74
 
 AGEYN..............4
LGW G 73 Ne of the flour to make ageyn the lef, 72
LGW G 117 And clothed hym in grene al newe ageyn. 116
LGW G 277 And evere an hundred goode ageyn oon badde. 276
LGW G 504 And broughte hyre out of helle ageyn to blys? " 504
 
 AGEYNS.............2
LGW G 256 That is an heresye ageyns my lawe, 256
LGW G 320 Ageyns these poynts that ye han to hym meved. 320
 
 AGILT..............1
LGW G 453 Naught have agilt, ne don to love trespas. 452
 
 AGILTEN............1
LGW G 426 He shal no more agilten in this wyse, 426
 
 AGO................1
LGW G 13 For that he say it nat of yore ago. 12
 
 AGON...............1
LGW G 433 " Madame, " quod he, " it is so longe agon 432
 
 AGREVED............1
LGW G 321 A god ne sholde not thus been agreved, 320
 
 AL.................36
LGW G 16 Bernard the monk ne say nat al, parde! 16
LGW G 79 For this werk is al of another tonne, 78
LGW G 90 And I hadde romed, al the someres day, 90
LGW G 108 With floures sote enbrouded was it al. 108
LGW G 116 Now hadde th' atempre sonne al that releved, 116
LGW G 117 And clothed hym in grene al newe ageyn. 116
LGW G 139 This song to herkenen I dide al myn entente, 138
LGW G 146 Clothed in real habyt al of grene. 146
LGW G 150 For al the world, ryght as the dayesye 150
LGW G 154 Hyre white coroun was ymaked al; 154
LGW G 161 Stiked al with lylye floures newe. 160
LGW G 169 And al be that men seyn that blynd is he, 168
LGW G 174 Corouned with whit and clothed al in grene, 174
LGW G 204 Ester, ley thow thy meknesse al adoun; 204
LGW G 205 Hyd, Jonathas, al thyn frendly manere; 204
LGW G 209 Alceste is here, that al that may desteyne. 208
LGW G 213 Ek Cleopatre, with al thy passioun, 212
LGW G 216 Alceste is here, that al that may desteyne. 216
LGW G 223 Alceste is here, that al that may disteyne. 222
LGW G 224 Whan that this balade al ysongen was, 224
LGW G 230 And sithen al the remenant by and by, 230
LGW G 297 But al for verray vertu and clennesse, 296
LGW G 299 And yit they were hethene, al the pak, 298
LGW G 308 Ek al the world of autours maystow here, 308
LGW G 310 It nedeth nat al day thus for to endite. 310
LGW G 326 Al ne is nat gospel that is to yow pleyned; 326
LGW G 375 Al be that her estat be nat alyche, 374
LGW G 380 Al esyly; for, of his genterye, 380
LGW G 408 And al the love of Palamon and Arcite 408
LGW G 424 That ye hym nevere hurte in al his lyve; 424
LGW G 428 Of women trewe in lovynge al here lyve, 428
LGW G 439 Al lyth in yow, doth with hym what yow leste; 438
LGW G 440 And al foryeve, withoute lenger space. 440
LGW G 475 That were trewe in lovynge al here lyves; 474
LGW G 477 That al here lyf ne don nat but assayen 476
LGW G 520 Ycoroned al with whit, as men may se; 520