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- n. Obsolete form of borage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See borage, n., etc.
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Take a leg of veal, and set it a boiling in a gallon of fair water, scum it clean, and when you have so done put in three quarters of a pound of currans, half a pound of prunes, a handful of borrage, as much mint, and as much harts-tongue; let them seeth together till all the strength be sodden out of the flesh, then strain it as clean as you can.
Thus also you may make fritters of beets, clary, borrage, bugloss, or lattice.