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- n. Obsolete form of pine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See pine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English spelling of pine.
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Krelm – gin must be a veg, smellz lyke liddel pyne trees.
February 2, 2008 at 2:59 pm en pyne-appl wedgeez on teh syde uv teh glas? en cherreez on fansee toofpiks?
But well I woot, that in this world greet pyne ys.
For al my welth es bot wepyng, when pyne mi saule sal spyll.
Lufe es with-owten pyne, als lofers hase me talde; 50
When pai er casten in kare, til pyne pat lastes ay.
In meikle dule and pyne --- O. Quhen in came Robin Red-breast,
There were of al sorts of berries plentie, and as goodly a Countrey as euer I saw: we found a very faire plaine Champion ground that a man might see very farre euery way: by the Sea side was here and there a little wood with goodly trees as good as euer I saw any in Norway, able to mast any shippe, of pyne trees, spruse trees, firre, and very great birch trees.
Whose balefull barking bringes in hast pyne, plagues, and dreery death.
Lib. 2. p8 they that pyne away with feehng of their owne pouerty.
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