johnnae at mac.com
Thu Jan 7 16:42:48 PST 2010
The edition is the 1572 one.
HULOET, Richard (fl.1552). Huloets Dictionarie, newelye corrected ...
and enlarged by John Higgins. London: Thomas Marsh, 1572]
The notes seem to indicate Huloet was already dead by the time this
All I know is that in 1572 this is what appeared in print in this
I don't think we can complain to compiler in this case.
On Jan 7, 2010, at 6:32 PM, Gretchen Beck wrote:
> --On Thursday, January 07, 2010 6:18 PM -0500 Johnna wrote:
>> Egge that is reare. Ouum edurum, Non durum. Oeuf à demy dur & a demy
>> mollet. H.
> This particularly follows the "molle = soft". Wouldn't that
> translate as
> eggs hard and not hard. Egg half hard and half soft?
> toodles, margaret
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