A...............14 | |

MilT 3111 That he ne seyde it was a noble storie | 2 |

MilT 3126 I kan a noble tale for the nones, | 18 |

MilT 3134 Oure Hoost answerde, " Tel on, a devel wey! | 26 |

MilT 3135 Thou art a fool; thy wit is overcome. " | 26 |

MilT 3137 But first I make a protestacioun | 28 |

MilT 3141 For I wol telle a legende and a lyf | 32 |

MilT 3141 For I wol telle a legende and a lyf | 32 |

MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, | 34 |

MilT 3143 How that a clerk hath set the wrightes cappe. " | 34 |

MilT 3146 It is a synne and eek a greet folye | 38 |

MilT 3146 It is a synne and eek a greet folye | 38 |

MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. | 46 |

MilT 3158 I have a wyf, pardee, as wel as thow; | 50 |

MilT 3182 The Millere is a cherl; ye knowe wel this. | 74 |

ABYD............2 | |

MilT 3129 And seyde, " Abyd, Robyn, my leeve brother; | 20 |

MilT 3131 Abyd, and lat us werken thriftily. " | 22 |

ABYDE...........1 | |

MilT 3123 Ne abyde no man for his curteisie, | 14 |

AGEYN...........1 | |

MilT 3150 This dronke Millere spak ful soone ageyn | 42 |

AL..............2 | |

MilT 3110 In al the route nas ther yong ne oold | 2 |

MilT 3120 The Millere, that for dronken was al pale, | 12 |

ALE.............2 | |

MilT 3128 Oure Hooste saugh that he was dronke of ale, | 20 |

MilT 3140 Wyte it the ale of Southwerk, I you preye. | 32 |

ALLE............2 | |

MilT 3136 " Now herkneth, " quod the Millere, " alle and some! | 28 |

MilT 3174 Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse, | 66 |

AM..............2 | |

MilT 3138 That I am dronke; I knowe it by my soun. | 30 |

MilT 3162 I wol bileve wel that I am noon. | 54 |

AMYS............1 | |

MilT 3181 Blameth nat me if that ye chese amys. | 72 |

AN..............1 | |

MilT 3163 An housbonde shal nat been inquisityf | 54 |

AND.............27 | |

MilT 3112 And worthy for to drawen to memorie, | 4 |

MilT 3113 And namely the gentils everichon. | 4 |

MilT 3114 Oure Hooste lough and swoor, " So moot I gon, | 6 |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

MilT 3129 And seyde, " Abyd, Robyn, my leeve brother; | 20 |

MilT 3131 Abyd, and lat us werken thriftily. " | 22 |

MilT 3136 " Now herkneth, " quod the Millere, " alle and some! | 28 |

MilT 3139 And therfore if that I mysspeke or seye, | 30 |

MilT 3141 For I wol telle a legende and a lyf | 32 |

MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, | 34 |

MilT 3144 The Reve answerde and seyde, " Stynt thy clappe! | 36 |

MilT 3146 It is a synne and eek a greet folye | 38 |

MilT 3148 And eek to bryngen wyves in swich fame. | 40 |

MilT 3151 And seyde, " Leve brother Osewold, | 42 |

MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. | 46 |

MilT 3171 And therfore every gentil wight I preye, | 62 |

MilT 3176 And therfore, whoso list it nat yheere, | 68 |

MilT 3177 Turne over the leef and chese another tale; | 68 |

MilT 3178 For he shal fynde ynowe, grete and smale, | 70 |

MilT 3180 And eek moralitee and hoolynesse. | 72 |

MilT 3180 And eek moralitee and hoolynesse. | 72 |

MilT 3183 So was the Reve eek and othere mo, | 74 |

MilT 3184 And harlotrie they tolden bothe two. | 76 |

MilT 3185 Avyseth yow, and put me out of blame; | 76 |

MilT 3186 And eek men shal nat maken ernest of game. | 78 |

ANGRY...........1 | |

MilT 3157 Why artow angry with my tale now? | 48 |

ANOTHER.........3 | |

MilT 3116 Lat se now who shal telle another tale; | 8 |

MilT 3130 Som bettre man shal telle us first another. | 22 |

MilT 3177 Turne over the leef and chese another tale; | 68 |

ANSWERDE........2 | |

MilT 3134 Oure Hoost answerde, " Tel on, a devel wey! | 26 |

MilT 3144 The Reve answerde and seyde, " Stynt thy clappe! | 36 |

ANY.............1 | |

MilT 3147 To apeyren any man, or hym defame, | 38 |

APEYREN.........1 | |

MilT 3147 To apeyren any man, or hym defame, | 38 |

ARIGHT..........1 | |

MilT 3115 This gooth aright; unbokeled is the male. | 6 |

ARMES...........1 | |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

ART.............2 | |

MilT 3135 Thou art a fool; thy wit is overcome. " | 26 |

MilT 3153 But I sey nat therfore that thou art oon; | 44 |

ARTOW...........1 | |

MilT 3157 Why artow angry with my tale now? | 48 |

AS..............3 | |

MilT 3158 I have a wyf, pardee, as wel as thow; | 50 |

MilT 3158 I have a wyf, pardee, as wel as thow; | 50 |

MilT 3161 As demen of myself that I were oon; | 52 |

ATHYNKETH.......1 | |

MilT 3170 M' athynketh that I shal reherce it heere. | 62 |

AVALEN..........1 | |

MilT 3122 He nolde avalen neither hood ne hat, | 14 |

AVYSETH.........1 | |

MilT 3185 Avyseth yow, and put me out of blame; | 76 |

AYEYNS..........1 | |

MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. | 46 |

BADDE...........1 | |

MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. | 46 |

BE..............2 | |

MilT 3145 Lat be thy lewed dronken harlotrye. | 36 |

MilT 3174 Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse, | 66 |

BEEN............2 | |

MilT 3154 Ther been ful goode wyves many oon, | 46 |

MilT 3163 An housbonde shal nat been inquisityf | 54 |

BETTRE..........2 | |

MilT 3130 Som bettre man shal telle us first another. | 22 |

MilT 3174 Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse, | 66 |

BIGONNE.........1 | |

MilT 3117 For trewely the game is wel bigonne. | 8 |

BILEVE..........1 | |

MilT 3162 I wol bileve wel that I am noon. | 54 |

BLAME...........1 | |

MilT 3185 Avyseth yow, and put me out of blame; | 76 |

BLAMETH.........1 | |

MilT 3181 Blameth nat me if that ye chese amys. | 72 |

BLOOD...........1 | |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

BONES...........1 | |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

BOTHE...........2 | |

MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, | 34 |

MilT 3184 And harlotrie they tolden bothe two. | 76 |

BROTHER.........2 | |

MilT 3129 And seyde, " Abyd, Robyn, my leeve brother; | 20 |

MilT 3151 And seyde, " Leve brother Osewold, | 42 |

BRYNGEN.........1 | |

MilT 3148 And eek to bryngen wyves in swich fame. | 40 |

BUT.............7 | |

MilT 3124 But in Pilates voys he gan to crie, | 16 |

MilT 3137 But first I make a protestacioun | 28 |

MilT 3153 But I sey nat therfore that thou art oon; | 44 |

MilT 3156 That knowestow wel thyself, but if thou madde. | 48 |

MilT 3167 What sholde I moore seyn, but this Millere | 58 |

MilT 3169 But tolde his cherles tale in his manere. | 60 |

MilT 3173 Of yvel entente, but for I moot reherce | 64 |

BY..............4 | |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, | 16 |

MilT 3132 " By Goddes soule, " quod he, " that wol nat I; | 24 |

MilT 3138 That I am dronke; I knowe it by my soun. | 30 |

CAPPE...........1 | |

MilT 3143 How that a clerk hath set the wrightes cappe. " | 34 |

CARPENTER.......1 | |

MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, | 34 |

CHERL...........1 | |

MilT 3182 The Millere is a cherl; ye knowe wel this. | 74 |

CHERLES.........1 | |

MilT 3169 But tolde his cherles tale in his manere. | 60 |

CHESE...........2 | |

MilT 3177 Turne over the leef and chese another tale; | 68 |

MilT 3181 Blameth nat me if that ye chese amys. | 72 |