Two Middle English Lexical Notes.

Author / Editor
Baugh, Albert C.

Two Middle English Lexical Notes.

Language: Journal of the Linguistic Society of America 37 (1961): 539-43.

Offers evidence that "embosed" in BD 352-53 means that the deer "had well concealed itself in a thicket and was not easy to find" and that the meaning of "double worstede" (Friar's cloak; GP 1.262) is worsted fabric of "considerable width."

Chaucer Subjects
Language and Word Studies
Book of the Duchess
Friar and His Tale