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  • proper n. Obsolete spelling of January.

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Examples

  • On the first page of fol.viii. of St. John's Gospel the preface ends, "Geven at Basile the yere of our Lord, M. D.XXIII. the v daye of Januarye."

    Notes and Queries, Number 11, January 12, 1850

  • And whill the parlement be haldin to consele vpon all materes wch is fixit the x day of Januarye nixt, every man sall leive to his conscience not compellit be authoretye to do any thyng in religion yt his conscience repugnes to.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • Januarye nixt, every man sall leive to his conscience not compellit be authoretye to do any thyng in religion yt his conscience repugnes to.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • In Januarye, for example, he sees the famous Rosalind as Elizabeth I herself.

    Shepheardes Calendar

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