[Sca-cooks] walme...can't remember

David Walddon david at vastrepast.com
Sun Jul 15 15:23:58 PDT 2012

Also check out LEME Lexicon of Early Modern English. 
It is a GREAT resource. 
Walme appears 7 separate times in Florio (Queen Anna's New World of Words) 
and once in Vocabularium Saxonicum. 

On Jul 15, 2012, at 2:40 PM, Terry Decker wrote:

> walm, walme = a boil or bubble
> (A Closet for Ladies and Gentlewomen, 1636) To preserve Orenges and Lemmons... let them boyle two or three walmes in your sirup...
> (A Closet for Ladies and Gentlewomen, 1636) - To preserve Gooseberries... Then put in your Gooseberries, and let them boyle a walme or two...
> Here's a place to go look when you need to find a definition:
> http://www.thousandeggs.com/glossary.html
> Bear
>> What's a walme?
>> -- 
>> Ian of Oertha
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