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- n. Obsolete form of saint.
- n. A girdle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A gridle. See 1st seint.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English spelling of saint.
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Edmond was sacred erchebysshop of Caunterbury, whiche now is called seynt Edmond of Pounteney, whiche Edmonde dede afterwarde revoke Hubert of Burgh, that com ayene into Engelond and submitted hym to the kynges grace.
Wunts tu knoe iyf yuu niedes enny rap-a-rouns tiped, files deeleeted, messajis seynt, oar updaites daownloded;
For telle me, litel man, who beth the patron seynt of cocayne?
And 2 myle fro thens, is a faire chirche; where oure lady mette with Elizabethe, whan thei weren bothe with childe; and seynt John stered in his modres wombe, and made reverence to his Creatour, that he saughe not.
In that hille Thabor, oure Lord transfigured him before seynt Petre, seynt John and seynt Jame; and there they sawghe gostly Moyses and Elye the prophetes besyde hem: and therefore seyde seynt Petre, Domine, bonum est nos hic esse; faciamus tria Tabernacula; that is to seye, Lorde, it is gode for us to ben here; make we here 3 dwellying places.
For thei seye not but only that, that the apostles seyden, as oure Lord taughte hem: righte as seynt Peter and seynt Thomas and the other apostles songen the messe, seyenge the Pater-noster, and the wordes of the sacrement.
And therfore seythe seynt Poul; Litera occidit; Spiritus vivificat.
Natheles seynt Austyn and seynt Gregory seyn thus: Augustinus; Qui scelera sua cogitat, et conversus fuerit, veniam sibi credat.
Upon that see, went oure Lord drye feet; and there he toke up seynt Peter, when he began to drenche with in the see, and seyde to him, Modice
And seynt Luke the Evaungelist was Disciple of seynt Poul, for to lerne phisik; and many othere.