from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, arranged in a secund manner: as, a secundly branched seaweed.
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Congregatioun, to baptize: And secundly, because they have so adulterate both the one Sacrament and the uther with their awin inventions, that no part of Christs action abydes in the originall puritie: For Oyle, Salt, Spittill, and sik lyke in Baptisme, ar bot mennis inventiounis.
Mebbeh all us lurkers shud meet up not-secundly so we’s not hav 2 b afrayds.