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  • proper noun obsolete India

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Examples

  • Fro Englond men gon to Ynde by many dyverse Contreyes.

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  • And methinks that soon shall Englishmen and Muscovy folk put their bodies in adventure, and war one with another, and all for the way to Ynde.

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  • Nevertheless, Sir John, for the frailty of Mankynde, ye are held a good fellow, and a merry; so now, come, let me tell you of the new ways into Ynde.

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  • For his lond lieth between Ynde and the folk of Muscovy, wherefore both

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  • Vale do Englishmen go unto Ynde, and they gon by Aden, even to

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  • But the folk of Ynde know not what shall befall, nor whether they of Muscovy will take the Lond, or Englishmen shall keep it, so that their hearts may not enduren for drede.

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  • For ye may sail all about Africa, and past the Cape men clepen of Good Hope, but that way unto Ynde is long and the sea is weary.

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  • Zulfikar and Penjdeh, and anon to Herat, that is called the Key of the Gates of Ynde.

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  • Lond, and their soudyours warred agen the Bedoynes, and all to hold the way to Ynde.

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  • So this is the shortest way to Ynde there may be, to sail through that dyke, if men gon by sea.

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