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11 reference“First of ye chekker sall be mecioune maid …”
11 referenceCampvere
12 referenceNor' Loch
12 referencesnipe
12 referencewoodcock
12 referencebaillie
12 referenceEngland's purpose was to force a betrothal
12 referenceFlodden
12 referenceoriflamme
12 referenceduckweed
13 referencenarwhal and virgin
13 referenceCharybdis
13 referenceShy as a dogtooth violet
13 referenceGosford Close
13 referenceboar's head in chief
13 referencewarden pear
14 reference voice like Saint Columba’s
14 referencerieving
14 referenceruttery
14 referenceWild Jagd
14 reference family blunders
15 referenceAs my lady of Suffolk saith … “God is a marvellous man.”
15 referencecornflower
15 reference“Nouvelle amour, nouvelle affection, nouvelles fleurs parmi l'herbe nouvelle”
15 x-ref her Sea-Catte: The Sea-Catte was the ship by which Lymond arrived in Scotland (GoK Vp 11).
15 reference her Sea-Catte
15 reference her Sea-Scorpion, beautiful in the breeding season
15 reference “Flensed, basted and flayed, and off to hang on a six-shilling gibbet” [no source yet found]
15 reference“The city is not full great, but it hath good baths within him.”
15 referenceAnd tonight the frogs and mice fight
15 referencefiredog
16 referenceHis mind is on fleshly lusts and his treasure.
16 reference “Pits are yawning publicly at your feet.” [no source yet found]
16 reference“O mea cella, vale”
16 discussionAnd suddenly, it came to Mungo what he was threatening.
16 reference“Don't linger, I pray you cuckoo”
16 referencehen-whistle
16 referencedrunk as a bishop
16 referencearched like a Druid at sunrise
16 referencelike stooks at a threshing
17 referenceclaret
17 reference“There was a lady lov’d a hogge …”
18 referenceGrand Collège
18 referenceLindsay
18 referencevulgarities in iambics
18 referenceCalvinist … Lutheran … Erasmian … Anabaptist
18 referenceGeorge Wishart
18 referenceCastillians
18 referenceAristotle
18 referenceBoethius
18 referencedreicher speils
18 referenceChevalier de Bayard
19 referencestanding rear up under a Bo Tree
19 referenceArchangel Gabriel
19 referencethe Ghibellines and the Guelphs
19 referencesumphs
19 referencegypsies
20 referenceat the horn
20 referencebrazil
20 referencenautilus
20 referencecluricane
20 referencemouldiewarp
20 reference“Jennie, m'joy, where is thy master?…
20 referencetraces d'amour
20 referencepath to a Culter
20 referenceCome dance with me in Ireland.
21 referencemount like Jacob to the … cherubim
21 referenceMilo
21 referenceAngra-Mainyo
21 referenceZoroaster
21 referenceGolden Ass
21 reference“Red wise; Brown trusty …”
22 referenceMay dew or none, my brown and tender diamonds don't engender, they dissolve
22 referenceImmoderation … is a thief of money and intestinal joy
22 referenceweeping soft tears of myrrh
22 referenceclimacteric
22 referenceuncials
22 referencefull, as the poet said, of fruit and seriosity
22 referenceFlodden
22 referencegoverned by children, or … so-called protectors
22 referenceHenry VIII … meant to conquer Scotland
22 referencethe very month of Mary’s birth and her father King James’s death
22 referencebattle of Solway Moss
23 referencepeats
24 referencebarmkin
24 referencebyre
24 referencewhacked
24 referenceevery crime on the calendar
24 referenceDacres, Howards, Seymours and Musgraves
25 referencekistful -- see Scots Glossary
25 referencelairds
25 referenceDouglases
25 referencewheen
25 referenceskelly-eyed
25 referenceGolden Gates
25 referenceslats
25 referencecorbelling
25 referencecherry-caulked
26 referenceburn
26 referenceyelling bills and bows
26 referenceuncovered like a crocus in the snow
27 referenceOak of linen and pole of jewels
27 referencebuskins
27 referencesocks
27 reference“Oimè el cor, oimè la testa”
27 referencecow-cabbage
27 referenceAttic detachment
27 referencechoose the trussell or the pile
27 reference“De los álamos vengo, madre.
28 referencestrophe and counterstrophe
28 referenceepode
28 referenceBruslez, noyez, pendez, ompallez …
28 referenceTelemachus
28 referenceCalliope
28 referencesea worm
28 referencemummying
28-29 referenceQu'es casado el Rey Ricardo.
29 referenceweel
29 referenceTheir eyes lit like corpse candles.
29 referenceporcelain tread
29 referenceOlla Podrida
29 referenceGod hath a thousand handes to chastise
29 referencechamfered
30 referenceMohammed's coffin
30-31 referenceEuropean politics, 1547
31 referenceopening gambit

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