The Concordance
 
 ".............2
Scog 35 " Lo, olde Grisel lyst to ryme and playe! " 34
Scog 35 " Lo, olde Grisel lyst to ryme and playe! " 34
 
 --............3
Scog 36 Nay, Scogan, say not so, for I m' excuse -- 36
Scog 37 God helpe me so! -- in no rym, dowteles, 36
Scog 46 Forgete in solytarie wildernesse -- 46
 
 A.............2
Scog 5 As may in erthe a mortal creature. 4
Scog 10 Ne myght a drope of teeres doun escape. 10
 
 AL............1
Scog 41 But al shal passe that men prose or ryme; 40
 
 ALLAS.........3
Scog 6 Allas, fro whennes may thys thing procede, 6
Scog 13 Allas! Scogan, this is for thyn offence; 12
Scog 20 Allas! Scogan, of olde folk ne yonge 20
 
 ALLE..........2
Scog 31 On alle hem that ben hoor and rounde of shap, 30
Scog 44 Of grace, of alle honour and worthynesse, 44
 
 ALMOST........1
Scog 7 Of which errour I deye almost for drede? 6
 
 AM............1
Scog 45 In th' ende of which strem I am dul as ded, 44
 
 AND...........8
Scog 4 Mowe wepe and wayle, and passioun endure, 4
Scog 4 Mowe wepe and wayle, and passioun endure, 4
Scog 25 And, Scogan, though his bowe be nat broken, 24
Scog 31 On alle hem that ben hoor and rounde of shap, 30
Scog 34 But wel I wot, thow wolt answere and saye, 34
Scog 35 " Lo, olde Grisel lyst to ryme and playe! " 34
Scog 44 Of grace, of alle honour and worthynesse, 44
Scog 49 Far-wel, and loke thow never eft Love dyffye. 48
 
 ANSWERE.......1
Scog 34 But wel I wot, thow wolt answere and saye, 34
 
 ARWES.........1
Scog 26 He wol nat with his arwes been ywroken 26
 
 AS............4
Scog 5 As may in erthe a mortal creature. 4
Scog 17 Swich thing as in the lawe of love forbode is, 16
Scog 42 Take every man hys turn, as for his tyme. 42
Scog 45 In th' ende of which strem I am dul as ded, 44
 
 AT............2
Scog 19 Therfore thow yave hir up at Michelmesse? 18
Scog 43 Scogan, that knelest at the stremes hed 42
 
 BE............2
Scog 24 For which he wol no lenger be thy lord. 24
Scog 25 And, Scogan, though his bowe be nat broken, 24
 
 BEEN..........2
Scog 1 Tobroken been the statutz hye in hevene 0
Scog 26 He wol nat with his arwes been ywroken 26
 
 BEN...........2
Scog 31 On alle hem that ben hoor and rounde of shap, 30
Scog 32 That ben so lykly folk in love to spede. 32
 
 BLAMED........1
Scog 21 Was never erst Scogan blamed for his tonge. 20
 
 BLASPHEME.....1
Scog 15 Hastow not seyd, in blaspheme of the goddis, 14
 
 BOWE..........1
Scog 25 And, Scogan, though his bowe be nat broken, 24
 
 BROKEN........1
Scog 25 And, Scogan, though his bowe be nat broken, 24
 
 BRYGHTE.......1
Scog 3 Syth that I see the bryghte goddis sevene 2
 
 BUT...........3
Scog 11 But now so wepith Venus in hir spere 10
Scog 34 But wel I wot, thow wolt answere and saye, 34
Scog 41 But al shal passe that men prose or ryme; 40
 
 BY............1
Scog 8 By word eterne whilom was it shape 8
 
 CAUSEST.......1
Scog 14 Thow causest this diluge of pestilence. 14
 
 CERTES........1
Scog 29 Now certes, frend, I dreed of thyn unhap, 28
 
 CREAT.........1
Scog 2 That creat were eternally to dure, 2
 
 CREATURE......1
Scog 5 As may in erthe a mortal creature. 4
 
 CUPIDE........1
Scog 22 Thow drowe in skorn Cupide eke to record 22
 
 CURE..........1
Scog 28 We shul of him have neyther hurt ne cure. 28
 
 DED...........1
Scog 45 In th' ende of which strem I am dul as ded, 44
 
 DEYE..........1
Scog 7 Of which errour I deye almost for drede? 6
 
 DILUGE........1
Scog 14 Thow causest this diluge of pestilence. 14
 
 DISTRESSE.....1
Scog 18 That, for thy lady sawgh nat thy distresse, 18
 
 DOUN..........1
Scog 10 Ne myght a drope of teeres doun escape. 10
 
 DOWTELES......1
Scog 37 God helpe me so! -- in no rym, dowteles, 36
 
 DREDE.........1
Scog 7 Of which errour I deye almost for drede? 6
 
 DREED.........1
Scog 29 Now certes, frend, I dreed of thyn unhap, 28
 
 DRENCHE.......1
Scog 12 That with hir teeres she wol drenche us here. 12
 
 DROPE.........1
Scog 10 Ne myght a drope of teeres doun escape. 10
 
 DROWE.........1
Scog 22 Thow drowe in skorn Cupide eke to record 22
 
 DUL...........1
Scog 45 In th' ende of which strem I am dul as ded, 44
 
 DURE..........1
Scog 2 That creat were eternally to dure, 2
 
 DYFFYE........1
Scog 49 Far-wel, and loke thow never eft Love dyffye. 48
 
 EFT...........1
Scog 49 Far-wel, and loke thow never eft Love dyffye. 48
 
 EKE...........1
Scog 22 Thow drowe in skorn Cupide eke to record 22
 
 ENDE..........1
Scog 45 In th' ende of which strem I am dul as ded, 44
 
 ENDURE........1
Scog 4 Mowe wepe and wayle, and passioun endure, 4
 
 ERROUR........1
Scog 7 Of which errour I deye almost for drede? 6
 
 ERST..........1
Scog 21 Was never erst Scogan blamed for his tonge. 20
 
 ERTHE.........1
Scog 5 As may in erthe a mortal creature. 4
 
 ESCAPE........1
Scog 10 Ne myght a drope of teeres doun escape. 10
 
 ETERNALLY.....1
Scog 2 That creat were eternally to dure, 2
 
 ETERNE........1
Scog 8 By word eterne whilom was it shape 8
 
 EVERY.........1
Scog 42 Take every man hys turn, as for his tyme. 42
 
 EXCUSE........1
Scog 36 Nay, Scogan, say not so, for I m' excuse -- 36
 
 FAR-WEL.......1
Scog 49 Far-wel, and loke thow never eft Love dyffye. 48
 
 FIGURE........1
Scog 27 On the, ne me, ne noon of oure figure; 26
 
 FOLK..........2
Scog 20 Allas! Scogan, of olde folk ne yonge 20
Scog 32 That ben so lykly folk in love to spede. 32
 
 FOR...........9
Scog 7 Of which errour I deye almost for drede? 6
Scog 13 Allas! Scogan, this is for thyn offence; 12
Scog 18 That, for thy lady sawgh nat thy distresse, 18
Scog 21 Was never erst Scogan blamed for his tonge. 20
Scog 24 For which he wol no lenger be thy lord. 24
Scog 30 Lest for thy gilt the wreche of Love procede 30
Scog 33 Than shal we for oure labour have no mede; 32
Scog 36 Nay, Scogan, say not so, for I m' excuse -- 36
Scog 42 Take every man hys turn, as for his tyme. 42
 
 FORBODE.......1
Scog 17 Swich thing as in the lawe of love forbode is, 16
 
 FORGETE.......1
Scog 46 Forgete in solytarie wildernesse -- 46
 
 FORTH.........1
Scog 40 While I was yong, I put hir forth in prees; 40
 
 FREND.........2
Scog 29 Now certes, frend, I dreed of thyn unhap, 28
Scog 48 Mynne thy frend, there it may fructyfye! 48
 
 FRO...........2
Scog 6 Allas, fro whennes may thys thing procede, 6
Scog 9 That fro the fyfte sercle, in no manere, 8
 
 FRUCTYFYE.....1
Scog 48 Mynne thy frend, there it may fructyfye! 48
 
 FYFTE.........1
Scog 9 That fro the fyfte sercle, in no manere, 8
 
 GILT..........1
Scog 30 Lest for thy gilt the wreche of Love procede 30
 
 GOD...........1
Scog 37 God helpe me so! -- in no rym, dowteles, 36
 
 GODDIS........2
Scog 3 Syth that I see the bryghte goddis sevene 2
Scog 15 Hastow not seyd, in blaspheme of the goddis, 14
 
 GRACE.........1
Scog 44 Of grace, of alle honour and worthynesse, 44
 
 GRETE.........1
Scog 16 Thurgh pride, or thrugh thy grete rekelnesse, 16
 
 GRISEL........1
Scog 35 " Lo, olde Grisel lyst to ryme and playe! " 34
 
 HAST..........1
Scog 23 Of thilke rebel word that thow hast spoken, 22
 
 HASTOW........1
Scog 15 Hastow not seyd, in blaspheme of the goddis, 14
 
 HAVE..........2
Scog 28 We shul of him have neyther hurt ne cure. 28
Scog 33 Than shal we for oure labour have no mede; 32