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- verb obsolete to be called
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And as they thus talked, ther came a knyghte that hyght Harsouse le
Perhaps the earliest allusion to him in any printed English work is that contained in 'Ranulph Hidgen's Polychronicon,' published at Westminster by Wynkin de Worde, in 1495: 'In this Steven's tyme, a knyght that hyght Owen wente into the Purgatory of the second Patrick, abbot, and not byshoppe.
"Gette, hyght Gagates, and is a boystous stone, and never the les it is precious."
Whiles he laboured for Romes publyke 'profete With his felowe, that hyght Galerius,
The chronicle of Iohn Hardyng : containing an account of public transactions from the earliest period of English history to the beginning of the reign of King Edward the Fourth, together with the continuation by Richard Grafton, to the thirty fourth year of King Henry the Eighth : the former part collated with two manuscripts of the author's own time, the last, with Grafton's duplicate edition : to which are added a biographical and literary preface, and an index by Henry Ellis
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a knyght that hyght Owen wente in to the Purgatory of the second
2.91.24: Artike the one northward we see: Antartike thother hyght.
And from the hyght of the mounte down to Lyuyngborugh I was ramasshed, whiche is a right strange thinge. "
"It is fayed that his Fader hyght Epiphanius, and his Moder Joanna, &c.
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