from The Century Dictionary.

  • A Middle English form of frain.


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  • So ... went to the flece the pub where we always go to. got there for around 20 past 8 ish cause needed to get some cigs too. erm went to the bar and liam and frayne come in so good timing hey?

    brodyblakk Diary Entry

  • For of þe nurtur {e} of kervyng {e} y suppose þat y be sur {e}, [Fol. 180b.] but yet a-nod {ur} office þ {er} is/saue y dar not endure 652 to frayne yow any further/for feer {e} of displesur {e}:

    Early English Meals and Manners


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