from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Middle English forms of
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The croce remanit continewally in the said abbay, to the time of
The king, incontinent, send his traist servandis in France and Flanderis, and brocht richt crafty masonis to big this abbay; syne dedicat it in the honour of this haly croce.
Sone eftir, the king returnit to his castell; and in the nicht following, he was admonist, be ane vision in his sleip, to big ane abbay of channonis regular in the same place quhare he gat the croce.
Caxton himself tells us he printed his books in "th 'abbay of Westminstre," but he does not say in the church of the abbey.
Earl of Hereforde that was kylled wythe an arowe in huntinge in the very place where the abbay syns was made.
There was a table of the matter hanggid up in the abbay church. "