MAYDE..................4
RomA 564 Ne werede never mayde upon 564
RomB 2697 Unto the mayde that hir doth serve, 2694
RomB 5055 Be she mayde, be she wyf, 5050
RomC 6346 Now am I a mayde, now lady. 6338
 
 MAYDEN.................1
RomA 538 A mayden curteys openyde me. 538
 
 MAYDENS................4
RomA 200 Doon maydens, children, and eek gromes 200
RomC 5989 Oure maydens shal eke pluk hym so 5984
RomC 6242 Bothe maydens and these wyves eke 6236
RomC 6247 The eleven thousand maydens deere 6240
 
 MAYME..................1
RomC 6620 Men shulde hym rather mayme or bete, 6612
 
 MAYMETH................1
RomB 5317 For it maymeth, in many wise, 5312
 
 MAYNTENE...............4
RomA 1144 And hir dispence well mayntene, 1142
RomB 2255 " Mayntene thysilf aftir thi rent 2252
RomB 3550 For to mayntene no lenger heer 3546
RomC 7199 And evere holde, and so mayntene, 7186
 
 MAYNTENEN..............1
RomC 7175 And shulde it kepen and mayntenen 7162
 
 MAYSONDEW..............1
RomB 5619 To som maysondew biside; 5614
 
 MAYST..................3
RomB 2015 Thou mayst full glad and joyfull be 2012
RomB 2347 That thou the better mayst on hem thynke, 2344
RomB 2442 Er thou mayst come her any ner, 2438
 
 MAY[DE]................1
RomA 586 This may[de] semely for to see, 586
 
 ME.....................448
RomA 14 Let whoso lyste a fol me calle. 14
RomA 15 For this trowe I, and say for me, 14
RomA 26 Me mette such a swevenyng 26
RomA 27 That lyked me wonders wel. 26
RomA 34 Commaundeth me that it be so. 34
RomA 35 And if there any aske me, 34
RomA 42 God graunt me in gree that she it take 42
RomA 49 That it was May me thoughte tho 48
RomA 51 That it was May, thus dremed me, 50
RomA 92 Me thought a-nyght in my sleping, 92
RomA 95 And up I roos and gan me clothe. 94
RomA 100 For out of toun me list to gon 100
RomA 110 Toward a ryver gan I me dresse 110
RomA 113 Than playen me by that ryver. 112
RomA 121 The watir that so wel lyked me, 120
RomA 484 Whoso that me coude have brought, 484
RomA 486 It wolde wel have liked me. 486
RomA 503 Hadde be unto me free) 502
RomA 518 Ne ther was noon to teche me, 518
RomA 521 Til atte last bithought I me 520
RomA 538 A mayden curteys openyde me. 538
RomA 585 Whan that this dore hadde opened me 584
RomA 590 And she to me was nought unmeke, 590
RomA 594 So clepe men me, more and lesse. 594
RomA 599 And for to kembe and tresse me. 598
RomA 632 " Now, also wisly God me blesse, 632
RomA 636 Shal no man werne me to-day, 636
RomA 643 That Ydelnesse hadde opened me, 642
RomA 654 As in that gardyn, thoughte me. 654
RomA 678 That me thought it no briddis song, 678
RomA 696 That Ydelnesse me served well, 696
RomA 697 That me putte in sich jolite. 696
RomA 700 Hadde opened and me leten in. 700
RomA 702 I shal you tellen, as me thoughte. 702
RomA 723 Than myght I not withholde me 722
RomA 728 That sighte was to me ful dere. 728
RomA 738 That whan I saw, I wondred me 738
RomA 795 A lady gan me for to espie, 794
RomA 799 Ful curteisly she called me: 798
RomA 806 But it to me liked right well 806
RomA 807 That Curtesie me cleped so 806
RomA 808 And bad me on the daunce go. 808
RomA 1026 Me toucheth in myn herte rote, 1024
RomA 1027 As helpe me God, whan I remembre 1026
RomA 1254 She for to daunce called me 1252
RomA 1274 That alwey was me faste by. 1272
RomA 1278 That dide to me so gret bounte 1276
RomA 1280 Undide and let me passen in. 1278
RomA 1312 The gardyn that so lyked me, 1310
RomA 1340 Fro deedly woundes he kepe me, 1338
RomA 1341 If so be that he hadde me shette! 1340
RomA 1343 It hadde me greved sore, iwys. 1342
RomA 1346 And he me folwed fast alwey, 1344
RomA 1347 But nowhere wold I reste me, 1346
RomA 1450 The God of Love me folowed ay, 1448
RomA 1455 And so befyl, I rested me 1454
RomA 1544 Hadde taught me that it was the welle 1542
RomA 1546 I gan anoon withdrawe me, 1544
RomA 1635 Allway me liked for to dwelle 1632
RomA 1637 That shewide me full openly 1634
RomA 1642 That mirrour hath me now entriked, 1640
RomA 1646 Me hadde bet ben elliswhere, 1644
RomA 1662 Me smot right to the herte-rote, 1660
RomA 1664 And if I ne hadde endouted me 1662
RomA 1670 But ever I dredde me to repente, 1668
RomA 1685 The knoppes gretly liked me, 1682
RomB 1713 For mych they distourbled me, 1710
RomB 1717 To pursuen and to spien me, 1714
RomB 1727 And shet att me so wondir smerte 1724
RomB 1730 And therwithall such cold me hente 1728
RomB 1741 But certes, the arowe that in me stod 1738
RomB 1742 Of me ne drew no drope of blod, 1740
RomB 1769 Thanne gan I for to drawe me 1766
RomB 1775 And whanne that Love gan nygh me nere, 1772
RomB 1777 And shet at me with all his myght, 1774
RomB 1787 And evermo that me was woo, 1784
RomB 1791 Betir me were to have laten be, 1788
RomB 1792 But it bihovede nedes me 1790
RomB 1798 To shete at me with all his peyne, 1796
RomB 1799 And for to make me to hym mete. 1796
RomB 1807 And faste thanne I avysede me 1804
RomB 1815 That somonede me alway to goo 1812
RomB 1816 Toward the Rose that plesede me soo, 1814
RomB 1827 For Love me yaf sich hardement 1824
RomB 1840 I must abide, though it me rewe, 1838
RomB 1843 But o thing lyked me right well: 1840
RomB 1847 And that right gretly liked me, 1844
RomB 1854 For nothing liken me myght more 1852
RomB 1860 Castith hym to yeve me woundis grene. 1858
RomB 1861 He shet at me full hastily 1858
RomB 1870 On me gan greven more and more. 1868
RomB 1874 Wheder that Love wolde me dryf. 1872
RomB 1875 Yf me a martir wolde he make, 1872
RomB 1907 But the heed, which made me smerte, 1904
RomB 1911 But the oynement halp me wel, 1908
RomB 1928 Com lepande to me hastily, 1924
RomB 1929 And seide to me in gret rape, 1926
RomB 1946 I wole me yelde in alle thyng. 1942
RomB 1947 To youre servyse I wol me take, 1944
RomB 1952 Ye may do with me what ye wile, 1948
RomB 1957 Pleyn at youre lyst I yelde me, 1954
RomB 1959 Comfort and ese shull me sende; 1956
RomB 1962 But if ye take me to youre cure. 1958
RomB 1964 Sith ye me hurt, but ye me save? 1960
RomB 1964 Sith ye me hurt, but ye me save? 1960
RomB 1967 And if ye lyst of me to make 1964
RomB 1970 Hoolly and pleyn Y yelde me, 1966
RomB 1979 And with that covenaunt yelde I me 1976
RomB 1984 Sen that thyn aunswar doth me ease, 1980
RomB 1998 Anoon to do me heere homage. 1994
RomB 2006 He muste ben that shal me kysse, 2002
RomB 2012 That shal me serve, withouten faile. 2008
RomB 2016 So good a maister to have as me, 2012
RomB 2023 Me to honoure, doute, and serve, 2020
RomB 2032 If he desire help of me. " 2028
RomB 2042 It cured me of langwisshing. 2038
RomB 2043 He askide of me thanne hostages: 2040
RomB 2048 Have many sithes biguyled me 2044
RomB 2064 Ostages or borwis aske of me, 2060
RomB 2067 That ye have me susprised so, 2064
RomB 2068 And hol myn herte taken me fro, 2064
RomB 2069 That it wole do for me nothing, 2066
RomB 2090 And seide to me, " With this keye heere 2086
RomB 2091 Thyn herte to me now wole I shette. 2088
RomB 2096 With which anoon he touchide me 2092
RomB 2100 That yit right nought it hath me dered. 2096
RomB 2106 By thilke feith ye owe to me. 2102
RomB 2114 Syn thou for sokour hast me sought, 2110
RomB 2125 And if thi trouthe to me thou kepe, 2122
RomB 2137 Youre comaundementis to me ye say, 2134
RomB 2143 With all myn herte, me to lere, 2140
RomB 2145 The God of Love thanne chargide me 2142
RomB 2178 Fals, and trespasse ageynes me. 2174
RomB 2369 But of hym drede I me right nought, 2366
RomB 2589 It makith me full of joyfull thought; 2586
RomB 2590 It sleth me, that it lastith noght. 2586
RomB 2591 A, Lord! Why nyl ye me socoure 2588
RomB 2593 The deth I wolde me shulde sloo 2590
RomB 2599 My peyne were quyt me rychely. 2596
RomB 2610 Without and more, me oonys kysse, 2606
RomB 2611 It were to me a gret guerdoun, 2608
RomB 2630 Whanne that my love is not me by. 2626
RomB 2640 Whiche in me lasten all to longe.' 2636
RomB 2718 A lovere shall do me servise. 2714
RomB 2721 Whanne Love all this hadde boden me, 2718
RomB 2725 I merveyle me wonder faste 2722
RomB 2732 As helpe me God, this merveile I 2728
RomB 2735 The God of Love thanne seide me: 2732
RomB 2845 To me it voidith all smert, 2842
RomB 2848 It cureth me of all my sorwe. 2844
RomB 2849 To me is noon so high plesaunce 2846
RomB 2952 Had taught me, as ye have herd say, 2948
RomB 2957 For I saw no man there me by. 2954
RomB 2958 My woundes me greved wondirly; 2954
RomB 2959 Me for to curen nothyng I knew, 2956
RomB 2965 That myght me ease or comfort gete, 2962
RomB 2969 As ye toforn have herd me seyn; 2966
RomB 2982 To me, a lusty bacheler, 2978
RomB 2986 And he me grauntide full gladly 2982
RomB 3002 That ye so goodly profer me. 2998
RomB 3004 That ye me profer youre servise. " 3000
RomB 3011 And Bialacoil me served well, 3008
RomB 3012 Whanne I so nygh me myghte fel 3008
RomB 3069 Quytt hym to me full curteisly, 3066
RomB 3070 And, me to plese, bad that I 3066
RomB 3071 Shulde drawe me to the botoun ner; 3068
RomB 3073 Which bar the roses, he yaf me leve; 3070
RomB 3075 And for he saw it liked me, 3072
RomB 3077 A leef all grene, and yaff me that, 3074
RomB 3084 To Bialacoil hou me bifel 3080
RomB 3085 Of Love, that tok and wounded me, 3082
RomB 3094 Lever me were that knyves kerve 3090
RomB 3097 That ye wratthed shulde ben with me. " 3094
RomB 3100 For nought that thou shalt to me say. " 3096
RomB 3103 In which oonly Love hath me brought; 3100
RomB 3105 Fro day to day he doth me drye; 3102
RomB 3107 In me fyve woundes dide he make, 3104
RomB 3109 But ye the botoun graunte me, 3106
RomB 3116 What? Wolde ye shende me in this wise? 3112
RomB 3129 To me it is so leef and deer. " 3126
RomB 3139 And seide, " Bialacoil, telle me why 3134
RomB 3162 And thurgh the haye he dide me chace. 3158
RomB 3165 And seide, if eft he myght me take, 3160
RomB 3181 Love holdith his heest to me right wel, 3176
RomB 3188 Was thurgh Daunger cast me froo. 3184
RomB 3190 Til that me saugh so mad and mat 3186
RomB 3195 Com doun to me, withouten mor. 3190
RomB 3218 Resoun bigan to me hir tale. 3214
RomB 3305 Whanne I hir herd thus me chastise, 3300
RomB 3308 Outher to chastise me or teche, 3304
RomB 3309 To bidde me my thought refreyne, 3304
RomB 3312 That me assailith with bowe bent, 3308
RomB 3316 For whanne he first arestide me, 3312
RomB 3321 I pray yow, late me be all stille. 3316
RomB 3326 Me were lever dye in the peyne, 3322
RomB 3328 Falsheed, or tresoun on me sette. 3324
RomB 3329 I wole me gete prys or blame, 3324
RomB 3331 Who that me chastisith, I hym hate. " 3326
RomB 3334 She myght me fro my foly brynge. 3330
RomB 3339 How Love bad me to purveye 3334
RomB 3342 For that shulde moche availe me. 3338
RomB 3343 With that bithought I me that I 3338
RomB 3356 Was in poynt to [have] meygned me. 3352
RomB 3357 With Bialacoil whanne he me sey 3352
RomB 3359 Fro me he made hym for to go. 3354
RomB 3368 He discomforted me right nought, 3364
RomB 3389 Mi freend hath seid to me so wel 3384
RomB 3390 That he me esid hath somdell, 3386
RomB 3396 The which aforn me hadde blamed, 3392
RomB 3399 For he forbed me the passage. 3394
RomB 3406 That greveth me full gretly 3402
RomB 3411 For Love made me for to doo 3406
RomB 3420 Of me have mercy and pitee, 3416
RomB 3425 Save that I pray thee graunte me 3420
RomB 3430 If of youre grace ye graunte me this. 3426
RomB 3431 And ye may not letten me, 3426
RomB 3444 For yit nothyng engreveth me. 3440
RomB 3446 To me is neither softe ne soor. 3442
RomB 3447 Love where that the list -- what recchith me, 3442
RomB 3449 Trust not on me, for noon assay, 3444
RomB 3469 Which wolde me good as mych as I. 3464
RomB 3491 That Love me ladde in sich a wise 3486
RomB 3492 That in me ther was no feyntise, 3488
RomB 3496 On me ne wolde have pite, 3492
RomB 3498 Though I wepe alwey, and me compleyne. 3494
RomB 3504 To forther me with all her myght, 3500
RomB 3603 Through help of me and of Pyte. 3598
RomB 3608 Than Fraunchise hath him sent to me. 3604
RomB 3610 Salued me in his commyng. 3606
RomB 3613 As fayr semblaunt than shewed he me, 3608
RomB 3617 He ladde me, with right good cher, 3612
RomB 3619 That Daunger hadde me chased fro. 3614
RomB 3625 Hath shewed me, only of grace, 3620
RomB 3652 To me warnen his servyse, 3648
RomB 3653 That he me wolde graunt a thyng, 3648
RomB 3656 He wolde me yeve leysar and space, 3652
RomB 3657 To me that was so desyrous, 3652
RomB 3666 So loth me were you for to greve. " 3662
RomB 3667 He sayde, " Frend, so God me spede, 3662
RomB 3669 Thou shuldest nat warned be for me, 3664
RomB 3672 For alway byddeth she me so 3668
RomB 3698 Ther to me Venus the goddesse, 3694
RomB 3700 Cam of hir grace to socoure me, 3696
RomB 3748 Me thinkith wrong, withouten wene, 3744
RomB 3749 If ye now werne hym, trustith me, 3744
RomB 3757 Graunte to me the Rose kisse. 3752
RomB 3764 And me alegged of my sore, 3760
RomB 3770 Whanne that I remembre me. 3766
RomB 3787 Now is it right me to procede, 3782
RomB 3804 Espiyng me erly and late, 3800
RomB 3806 Of Bialacoil and me ifeere. 3802
RomB 3815 For whanne that he me gan espie, 3810
RomB 3817 Bitwene Bialacoil and me 3812
RomB 3832 To me thou haddist no reward, 3828
RomB 3848 To kepe the roser, as thenkith me. 3844
RomB 3852 Which now me turneth to gret shame. " 3848
RomB 3856 All sodeynly tok hym with me. 3852
RomB 3905 Of my foly I me repente. 3900
RomB 3923 Sorowfull, and repente me. 3918
RomB 3938 And come to wayte me vilonye, 3934
RomB 3946 For evere I drede me of tresoun. 3942
RomB 3970 To me it is gret hevynesse 3966
RomB 4043 And seide, " Daunger, I drede me 4038
RomB 4080 Of me to entre shal have grace. 4076
RomB 4084 Thanne slouthe shulde in me be founde. 4080
RomB 4090 Holdeth me for recreaunt. " 4086
RomB 4096 Wherethurgh that me mot forth-by pace, 4092
RomB 4110 I quake, whanne I me remembre 4106
RomB 4117 Me thenkith I fele yit in my nose 4112
RomB 4121 To me full welcome were the deth. 4116
RomB 4122 Absens therof, allas, me sleeth. 4118
RomB 4143 On me he leieth a pitous charge, 4138
RomB 4320 Love to deere hadde soold to me 4316
RomB 4325 And me a newe bargeyn leere, 4320
RomB 4343 Ben me byraft all with a storm; 4338
RomB 4345 For Love hath so avaunced me, 4340
RomB 4351 That al at oonys he reved me, 4346
RomB 4367 Sith Bealacoil mot fro me twynne, 4362
RomB 4379 Kep atte leste thyn herte to me 4374
RomB 4399 I drede thou canst me gret maugre, 4394
RomB 4400 That thou enprisoned art for me; 4396
RomB 4402 For thurgh me never discovred was 4398
RomB 4404 Wel more anoy is in me, 4400
RomB 4409 Whanne I remembre me of my woo, 4404
RomB 4416 To noyen me be so corajous? 4412
RomB 4423 Withoute comfort, thought me sleeth. 4418
RomB 4424 This game wole brynge me to my deeth. 4420
RomB 4427 And if that thou foryete me, 4422
RomB 4435 If hope me faile, thanne am I 4430
RomB 4438 For Love, whanne he bitaught hir me, 4434
RomB 4442 And be to me curteis and sweete? 4438
RomB 4460 This put me in confusioun. 4456
RomB 4482 Daunger and Shame me encumbre, 4478
RomB 4486 Full ofte me putte in gret martire. 4482
RomB 4489 Fro me in prisoun wikkidly, 4484
RomB 4500 Full soth it is that Love yaf me 4496
RomB 4510 They helpe me but symply, 4506
RomB 4521 By me, certeyn, it nyl be doo; 4516
RomB 4527 Which me conveied, thurgh my praier, 4522
RomB 4529 She was to blame me to leve, 4524
RomB 4530 The which now doth me soore greve. 4526
RomB 4535 I was a fool, and she me leeved, 4530
RomB 4538 That now me greveth wondir ill. 4534
RomB 4539 Resoun me seide what shulde falle. 4534
RomB 4544 Whanne she me blamed, with all hir myght, 4540
RomB 4545 To medle of love that hath me shent; 4540
RomB 4549 The develes engynnes wolde me take, 4544
RomB 4555 Curtesie certeyn dide he me, 4550
RomB 4557 Whanne he the hay passen me let, 4552
RomB 4562 Here of me, thurgh word or wille, 4558
RomB 4570 Sende me socour or allegeaunce, 4566
RomB 4573 Whilom I thenke how Love to me 4568
RomB 4576 [Ne] caused me to don offence. 4572
RomB 4582 It semede he lovede me trewely. 4578
RomB 4585 My good, myn harm lyth hool in me. 4580
RomB 4589 As God forbede! -- be founde in me; 4584
RomB 4592 Whether Love wole socoure me or sloo, 4588
RomB 4593 He may do hool on me his will. 4588
RomB 4598 He may me doo bothe wynne and leese. 4594
RomB 4599 And sith so sore he doth me greve, 4594
RomB 4602 I yeve no force what felle on me. 4598
RomB 4609 I wole me confesse in good entent, 4604
RomB 4623 The righte weye she took to me, 4618
RomB 4628 Seide to me, as she com ner, 4624
RomB 4631 Of Loves side? Anoon me telle. 4626
RomB 4637 Canst thou yit chese, lat me see, 4632
RomB 4665 Save that he yaf me rewles there, 4660
RomB 4684 If ony wolde enforme me. " 4680
RomB 4788 Of this avaunt me wel I may 4784
RomB 4794 To me so contrarie and so fer 4790
RomB 4795 Is every thing that ye me ler, 4790
RomB 5153 Fully on me she lost hir lore; 5148
RomB 5154 Hir speche me greved wondir sore. 5148
RomB 5159 Alle men, as ye me teche? 5154
RomB 5165 From me, [and] [ben] a synfull wrecche 5160
RomB 5170 More than love, it wol me rewe, 5164
RomB 5171 As by youre preching semeth me, 5166
RomB 5174 That prechith me alday that I 5168
RomB 5177 In speche also ye han me taught 5172
RomB 5181 If ye wolde diffyne it me, 5176
RomB 5306 Is nothing contrarie to me; 5300
RomB 5407 I not where thou me leven shall, 5402
RomB 5693 For an usurer, so God me se, 5688
RomC 5899 Ne me ne likith, so mote I the, 5894
RomC 5900 That such toures ben take withoute me. 5894
RomC 5901 For-why me thenkith that, in no wise, 5896
RomC 5951 That is for me in gret yernyng, 5946
RomC 5973 If I forswere me, thanne am I lorn, 5968
RomC 5975 Syth Richesse hath me failed heere, 5970
RomC 5979 For certis, sith she loveth not me, 5974
RomC 5993 " Pore men han maad her lord of me; 5988
RomC 5995 That they may fede me in delit, 5990
RomC 6001 They loven full bet, so God me spede, 5996
RomC 6005 And therfore it suffisith me 6000
RomC 6007 They han on me set all her thought, 6002
RomC 6014 That peyneth hym to serven me, 6008
RomC 6016 Thanne semeth in me no love ther is. " 6010
RomC 6084 So that ye wolde respiten me. 6078
RomC 6088 My talis shulden me be quytt; 6082
RomC 6089 For certeyn, they wolde hate me, 6084
RomC 6113 That me engendred and yaf fostryng. " 6108
RomC 6145 Shortly, I wole herberwe me 6140
RomC 6166 And if I dwelle, I feyne me. 6160
RomC 6168 But me were lever my nekke a-two, 6162
RomC 6297 If I may passen me herby; 6290
RomC 6304 Ofte with hem, and they with me. 6298
RomC 6308 God jugged me for a theef trichour. 6302
RomC 6311 " Thourgh me hath many oon deth resseyved, 6304
RomC 6316 Hym is right good be war of me, 6310
RomC 6324 Though men me bothe myght here and see. 6316
RomC 6339 And with me folwith my loteby, 6332
RomC 6340 To don me solas and company, 6332
RomC 6358 Right as me lyst, I me disgise. 6350
RomC 6358 Right as me lyst, I me disgise. 6350
RomC 6359 Wel can I wre me undir wede; 6352
RomC 6365 That no prelat may lette me, 6358
RomC 6378 So have I take, so have me yiven, 6370
RomC 6392 Hath me assoiled, and me yiven 6384
RomC 6392 Hath me assoiled, and me yiven 6384
RomC 6394 Which that I fond me gilty ynne; 6386
RomC 6398 O shrift is right ynough to me. 6390
RomC 6403 That may to shrift eft me constreyne; 6394
RomC 6404 And if they don, I wole me pleyne, 6396
RomC 6406 Thou shalt not streyne me a del, 6398
RomC 6407 Ne enforce me, ne not me trouble, 6398
RomC 6407 Ne enforce me, ne not me trouble, 6398
RomC 6411 The firste is right ynough to me; 6402
RomC 6414 More of my synnes me to unbynde? 6406
RomC 6416 Of all my synnes me unbond. 6408
RomC 6417 And if thou wolt me thus constreyne 6408
RomC 6418 That me mot nedis on thee pleyne, 6410
RomC 6421 Don jugement on me; for I 6412
RomC 6422 Shal gon and pleyne me openly 6414
RomC 6425 And he shal cheveys hym for me, 6416
RomC 6434 But thou yeve me my Savyour 6426
RomC 6435 At Ester, whanne it likith me, 6426
RomC 6438 And he shal housel me anoon. 6430
RomC 6442 His paroch-prest, and to me taketh. 6434
RomC 6459 For to me right nought yeve they. 6450
RomC 6489 For how that I me pover feyne, 6480
RomC 6500 They myght not oonys yeve me dyne, 6492
RomC 6506 But, for me, comfort gete they noon. 6498
RomC 6513 And if ther ony reprove me, 6504
RomC 6533 `God thou me kepe, for thi pouste, 6524
RomC 6598 Thus han tho bookes told me. 6590
RomC 6685 " Telle me thanne how a man may lyven, 6676
RomC 6770 And of the puple, as semeth me. 6760
RomC 6784 That he to moche agilte me. 6774
RomC 6791 For labour myght me never plese. 6780
RomC 6795 And wrie me in my foxerie 6784
RomC 6798 What wordis tellest thou me heere? " 6788
RomC 6808 That lyf may me never plese. 6798
RomC 6827 That lyth with me so faste bounde. 6816
RomC 6840 Overal I entremete me. 6830
RomC 6841 Without me may no wight dure; 6830
RomC 6858 Have me unto his confessour? 6848
RomC 6868 Uncounceiled goth ther noon fro me. 6858
RomC 6871 I axe, whanne thei hem to me shryve, 6860
RomC 6875 Ayens me and my companye, 6864
RomC 6878 No pryvete that me is told, 6868
RomC 6881 And they wolen also tellen me; 6870
RomC 6882 They hele fro me no pryvyte. 6872
RomC 6971 I entremete me of brokages, 6960
RomC 6978 For me that office not honest is. 6968
RomC 6980 That is to me a gret lykyng. 6970
RomC 6984 As soone as ye have told me it. 6974
RomC 6985 So that ye serve me to pay, 6974
RomC 6987 But whoso wole chastise me, 6976
RomC 6990 That wole me repreve or chastise. 6980
RomC 7037 Bi all the seyntes that me pray, 7026
RomC 7212 That han me sett in gret degre. 7200
RomC 7234 But me ne rekketh of no vice, 7222
RomC 7252 Of hem, me thynketh, gret spite is. 7240
RomC 7274 No man shulde hate, as thynkith me, 7262
RomC 7297 " Fals-Semblant, " quod Love, " sey to me, 7284
RomC 7307 For though ye borowes take of me, 7294
RomC 7327 Lete hir allone, and you and me. " 7314
RomC 7500 Shal nat be warned you for me. 7488
RomC 7581 To seye me shame, and eke reprove? 7568
RomC 7585 That han a lyer called me! 7572
RomC 7587 That in myn hous do me this shame, 7574
RomC 7588 And for my soth-sawe ye me blame. 7576
RomC 7590 To all the develles I me take, 7578
RomC 7591 Or elles, God, thou me confounde, 7578
RomC 7599 Why shulde men sey me such a thyng, 7586
RomC 7634 Though me hym thrilled with a spere; 7622
RomC 7644 And sir, of o thing herkeneth me, 7632
RomC 7673 What counceil wole ye to me yiven? " 7660