from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as Almain.


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  • M. frankes, a capytayne almayne, "who had a grete company with hym, called the erle Courant, '' wolde haue delyuered pope Vrban into y handes of pope Clement; wher - vpon syr Bernarde de la sale was sent to Auygnyon to pope Clement for y sayd some of money; but the pope nor the Cardynalles there coulde not make the money, for y popes courte was so poore, that they had no money; and so syr Bernarde de la sale retourned euyll content to the syege of Pruce f and so then they dyssymuled the matter, and the Prucyens in lykewy. se, and also this erle Courant;" * and so pope Vrban yssued out of Pruce "" and out of peryll, and wente to Rome and abode there.

    Sir John Froissart's chronicles of England, France, Spain, Portugal, Scotland, Brittany, Flanders, and the adjoining countries;


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