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AnWulf commented on the word alay
alay from OE alecgan1. To mix; to reduce or lower by mixing; 2. To place, lay down, throw down, suppress, lay aside, cease from, lay low; depress; to apply.He must beware of alle such thinges as may chafe him: if he drinketh wine let him alaye it, or let it be soure. — Hulibush's Homish Apothecary, fol. 41.Take creme of almondes, and alay hit with flour of rys, ... - Warner, Antiq. Culin., p. 83.Take almandes blanched, grynd hem, and alay hem up with the same broth. — Forme of Cury, p.10.
April 5, 2013