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

David Walddon david at vastrepast.com
Sun Jul 15 16:22:06 PDT 2012

LEME is my go to source. 
It searches 123 references from 1400 to 1702. 
The public access is great. 
I have not tried the advanced private or library access yet. 
They seem to be adding to the data base all the time because I am sure when I first started using it the reference works were not as extensive as they are now. 

On Jul 15, 2012, at 4:11 PM, Terry Decker wrote:

> Martha Carlin has added a couple to her web page that are worth bookmarking. One of Medieval Dutch cooking terms at http://users.telenet.be/willy.vancammeren/NBC/nbc_glossary.htm and a dictionary of Medieval Italian cooking terms at http://www.geocities.com/Vienna/Studio/3425/dizionario.htm , which is no longer webbed at the site but can be accessed on Wayback.
> Found any other good dictionaries?
> Bear
>> Also check out LEME Lexicon of Early Modern English.
>> http://leme.library.utoronto.ca
>> It is a GREAT resource.
>> Walme appears 7 separate times in Florio (Queen Anna's New World of Words)
>> and once in Vocabularium Saxonicum.
>> Eduardo
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