from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- obs. imp. pl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of run.
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Thei vse to ronne the race, and to course, bothe on horsebacke and on foote: at the leadyng of some noble mannes sonne, chosen for the nones.
In his coming towarde the ennemy, he throweth his stone, fetching his ronne, and maketh lightlye a narowe mysse, thoughe it be a good waye of: suche continuall practise they haue of it.
And whan that money hathe ronne so longe, that it begynnethe to waste, than men beren it to the emperoures tresorye: and than thei taken newe money for the olde.
Truly they can not saye that it is ony other/then bicause they wolde not ronne into the daunger of the losse of their Goodes/their estimacion and lyfe.
A Treatise of the Cohabitation Of the Faithful with the Unfaithful A Treatise of the Cohabitation Of the Faithful with the Unfaithful by Peter Martyr; Wherunto is Added A Sermon made of the Confessing of Christ and His Gospel and of the Denying of the same, by Henry Bullinger
Theie stonde, theie ronne, theie loke wyth eger eyne;
But yt ys mervele and the rede blude ronne not, as the reane doys in the stret.
It was at Montdidier, during the first months of the war, and we were lunching there on our way to P ronne.
But yt was marvele, and the redde blude ronne not,
Den feller he's ronne out an 'sing some, it's all about very fine moon,
And is ronne to religion, · and hath rendred the Bible,
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