noun Scot. and North England.
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So much Lucanio for conscience: and yet I knowe not whats the reason, but somewhat stings mee inwardly when I speake of it.
Shewe it nat an clerely at fals beaute of blisfulnesse is knowe and a-teint in ilke inges.
Gien he hae a hert ony bigger nor Tod Lowrie's (the fox's) ain, he'll come to ye to the Knowe, and say what he has to say!'Heather and Snow|George MacDonald
And you knowe that god saide, "this is my nowne sone, in whome I delighte."The Rogues and Vagabonds of Shakespeare's Youth|John Awdeley
Certys is strenge is cause more efficient and mochel more myty to seen and to knowe inges.