A..............3 | |

PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, | 10 |

PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; | 10 |

PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, | 32 |

ALIGHTE........1 | |

PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, | 18 |

ALWAY..........1 | |

PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, | 10 |

AND............7 | |

PrT 461 Of thee and of the white lylye flour | 8 |

PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, | 10 |

PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote | 12 |

PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. | 14 |

PrT 475 Thy vertu and thy grete humylitee | 22 |

PrT 479 And getest us the lyght, of thy preyere, | 26 |

PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, | 34 |

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

PrT 485 That kan unnethes any word expresse, | 32 |

AS.............2 | |

PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, | 8 |

PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, | 32 |

BAR............1 | |

PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, | 10 |

BENYNGNYTEE....1 | |

PrT 478 Thou goost biforn of thy benyngnytee, | 26 |

BEST...........1 | |

PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, | 8 |

BIFORN.........1 | |

PrT 478 Thou goost biforn of thy benyngnytee, | 26 |

BLISFUL........1 | |

PrT 481 My konnyng is so wayk, O blisful Queene, | 28 |

BOOTE..........1 | |

PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. | 14 |

BOUNTEE........3 | |

PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee | 4 |

PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. | 14 |

PrT 474 Lady, thy bountee, thy magnificence, | 22 |

BRENNYNGE......1 | |

PrT 468 O bussh unbrent, brennynge in Moyses sighte, | 16 |

BREST..........1 | |

PrT 458 Parfourned is, for on the brest soukynge | 6 |

BUSSH..........1 | |

PrT 468 O bussh unbrent, brennynge in Moyses sighte, | 16 |

BUT............2 | |

PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee | 4 |

PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, | 32 |

BY.............2 | |

PrT 456 Parfourned is by men of dignitee, | 4 |

PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee | 4 |

CHILD..........1 | |

PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, | 32 |

CHILDREN.......1 | |

PrT 457 But by the mouth of children thy bountee | 4 |

CONCEYVED......1 | |

PrT 472 Conceyved was the Fadres sapience, | 20 |

DECLARE........1 | |

PrT 482 For to declare thy grete worthynesse | 30 |

DEERE..........1 | |

PrT 480 To gyden us unto thy Sone so deere. | 28 |

DEITEE.........1 | |

PrT 469 That ravyshedest doun fro the Deitee, | 16 |

DIGNITEE.......1 | |

PrT 456 Parfourned is by men of dignitee, | 4 |

DO.............1 | |

PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; | 10 |

DOUN...........1 | |

PrT 469 That ravyshedest doun fro the Deitee, | 16 |

ENCRESSEN......1 | |

PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, | 12 |

ER.............1 | |

PrT 477 For somtyme, Lady, er men praye to thee, | 24 |

EXPRESSE.......2 | |

PrT 476 Ther may no tonge expresse in no science; | 24 |

PrT 485 That kan unnethes any word expresse, | 32 |

FADRES.........1 | |

PrT 472 Conceyved was the Fadres sapience, | 20 |

FARE...........1 | |

PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, | 34 |

FLOUR..........1 | |

PrT 461 Of thee and of the white lylye flour | 8 |

FOR............5 | |

PrT 455 For noght oonly thy laude precious | 2 |

PrT 458 Parfourned is, for on the brest soukynge | 6 |

PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote | 12 |

PrT 477 For somtyme, Lady, er men praye to thee, | 24 |

PrT 482 For to declare thy grete worthynesse | 30 |

FREE...........1 | |

PrT 467 O mooder Mayde, O mayde Mooder free! | 14 |

FRO............1 | |

PrT 469 That ravyshedest doun fro the Deitee, | 16 |

GETEST.........1 | |

PrT 479 And getest us the lyght, of thy preyere, | 26 |

GOOST..........2 | |

PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, | 18 |

PrT 478 Thou goost biforn of thy benyngnytee, | 26 |

GRETE..........2 | |

PrT 475 Thy vertu and thy grete humylitee | 22 |

PrT 482 For to declare thy grete worthynesse | 30 |

GYDEN..........1 | |

PrT 480 To gyden us unto thy Sone so deere. | 28 |

GYDETH.........1 | |

PrT 487 Gydeth my song that I shal of yow seye. | 34 |

HE.............1 | |

PrT 471 Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, | 18 |

HELP...........1 | |

PrT 473 Help me to telle it in thy reverence! | 20 |

HERIYNGE.......1 | |

PrT 459 Somtyme shewen they thyn heriynge. | 6 |

HERTE..........1 | |

PrT 471 Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, | 18 |

HIR............2 | |

PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, | 12 |

PrT 466 Of bountee, next hir Sone, and soules boote. | 14 |

HIRSELF........1 | |

PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote | 12 |

HONOUR.........2 | |

PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, | 12 |

PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote | 12 |

HOW............1 | |

PrT 453 O Lord, oure Lord, thy name how merveillous | 0 |

HUMBLESSE......1 | |

PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, | 18 |

HUMYLITEE......1 | |

PrT 475 Thy vertu and thy grete humylitee | 22 |

I..............7 | |

PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, | 8 |

PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; | 10 |

PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, | 12 |

PrT 483 That I ne may the weighte nat susteene; | 30 |

PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, | 34 |

PrT 486 Right so fare I, and therfore I yow preye, | 34 |

PrT 487 Gydeth my song that I shal of yow seye. | 34 |

IN.............6 | |

PrT 454 Is in this large world ysprad -- quod she -- | 2 |

PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, | 8 |

PrT 468 O bussh unbrent, brennynge in Moyses sighte, | 16 |

PrT 470 Thurgh thyn humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, | 18 |

PrT 473 Help me to telle it in thy reverence! | 20 |

PrT 476 Ther may no tonge expresse in no science; | 24 |

IS.............6 | |

PrT 454 Is in this large world ysprad -- quod she -- | 2 |

PrT 456 Parfourned is by men of dignitee, | 4 |

PrT 458 Parfourned is, for on the brest soukynge | 6 |

PrT 462 Which that the bar, and is a mayde alway, | 10 |

PrT 465 For she hirself is honour and the roote | 12 |

PrT 481 My konnyng is so wayk, O blisful Queene, | 28 |

IT.............1 | |

PrT 473 Help me to telle it in thy reverence! | 20 |

KAN............2 | |

PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, | 8 |

PrT 485 That kan unnethes any word expresse, | 32 |

KONNYNG........1 | |

PrT 481 My konnyng is so wayk, O blisful Queene, | 28 |

LABOUR.........1 | |

PrT 463 To telle a storie I wol do my labour; | 10 |

LADY...........2 | |

PrT 474 Lady, thy bountee, thy magnificence, | 22 |

PrT 477 For somtyme, Lady, er men praye to thee, | 24 |

LARGE..........1 | |

PrT 454 Is in this large world ysprad -- quod she -- | 2 |

LAUDE..........2 | |

PrT 455 For noght oonly thy laude precious | 2 |

PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, | 8 |

LESSE..........1 | |

PrT 484 But as a child of twelf month oold, or lesse, | 32 |

LIGHTE.........1 | |

PrT 471 Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, | 18 |

LORD...........2 | |

PrT 453 O Lord, oure Lord, thy name how merveillous | 0 |

PrT 453 O Lord, oure Lord, thy name how merveillous | 0 |

LYGHT..........1 | |

PrT 479 And getest us the lyght, of thy preyere, | 26 |

LYLYE..........1 | |

PrT 461 Of thee and of the white lylye flour | 8 |

MAGNIFICENCE...1 | |

PrT 474 Lady, thy bountee, thy magnificence, | 22 |

MAY............4 | |

PrT 460 Wherfore in laude, as I best kan or may, | 8 |

PrT 464 Nat that I may encressen hir honour, | 12 |

PrT 476 Ther may no tonge expresse in no science; | 24 |

PrT 483 That I ne may the weighte nat susteene; | 30 |