Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Middle English forms of ilk.
  • Middle English forms of each.

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Examples

  • He had cast the ilce on to the bank in great grey blocks.

    Put On By Cunning

  • Þat ilce dæi þat Mart {in} abb {ot} of burch sculde þider faren. þa  {200} sæclede he ⁊ ward ded ·iiii· Ñ. iañ. ⁊ te munek {es} innen dæis cusen oþer of heo {m} sælf.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • On his time þe iudeus of Noruuic bohton an xpisten cild be {} foren estren ⁊ pineden hi {m} alle þe ilce pining ð ure drihten was pined. ⁊ on langfridæi hi {m} on rode hengen for ure drihtines luue. ⁊ sythen byrieden hi {m}. wenden ð it sculde ben for {} holen. oc ure dryhtin  {110} atywede ð he was hali m {arty} r.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

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