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Master Glossary

Jonathan Slocum and Brigitte L.M. Bauer

This Master Glossary page lists, in an alphabetical order suitable to the language and the script employed for it, every unique word form that appears in lesson texts and, for each word, its unique glosses. In addition to the gloss information, sans contextual translation, links are provided to every appearance, in every numbered lesson, of the word/gloss in question. With this index one may perform a quick "word look-up" and, in addition, study how words are used in context by clicking on their links.

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a
preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on -- 1.46, 1.318, 2.9, 2.95, 2.98, 2.359, 3.5, 3.16, 3.61, 3.313, 3.347, 3.414, 4.102, 4.151, 4.176, 4.217, 4.243, 5.14, 6.288, 7.16, 7.206, 7.218, 7.221, 8.119, 9.8, 9.55, 9.72, 9.180, 9.234, 10.8, 10.12, 10.49, 10.94, 10.97, 10.175, 10.185
a
verb; third person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 5.92, 6.311, 8.30, 8.179
a tot le moins
preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on + adverb; <tot> entirely + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the + adverb; <meins, mains, moins> less, fewer -- 6.163
abatied
verb; third person singular preterite <abatre> knock down, destroy -- 1.112
Achars de Vercli
proper name; nominative singular <Achar de Vercli> Achar de Vercli -- 7.48
ad
preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on -- 4.184
ad
verb; third person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 1.15, 1.34, 1.100, 1.145, 1.212, 1.285, 1.294, 2.6, 2.74, 2.119, 2.137, 2.286, 2.305, 3.379, 3.413
adenz
adverb; <adenz> face downwards -- 2.210
adubez vos
verb; second person plural imperative <adober> arm oneself + personal pronoun; second person plural direct object <vos> you -- 2.154
aduret
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <adurer> worship -- 4.128
ai
verb; first person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 5.185, 5.236
aiez
verb; second person plural imperative <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 9.29
aimet
verb; third person singular present <amer> love -- 3.364
ait
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 2.321, 5.191
alai
verb; first person singular preterite <aler> go -- 10.174
aleine
noun; oblique singular <aleine, alaine> blast, breath -- 2.121
alet
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <aler> go -- 2.204
Alexis
proper name; nominative singular <Alexis> Alexis -- 3.306
alne
noun; oblique singular <alne> ell -- 2.314
altaigne
adjective; oblique singular feminine <altain> high, deep -- 1.25
altra pur altre
indefinite adjective; oblique singular feminine <altre> other + preposition; <por> for + indefinite adjective; oblique singular feminine <altre> other -- 3.80
altres
indefinite adjective; oblique plural masculine <altre> other -- 1.204
amanz
noun; nominative singular <amant> lover -- 6.245
amast
verb; third person singular subjunctive imperfective <amer> love -- 4.82
ames
noun; oblique plural <anme, alme, arme, ame> soul, somebody -- 10.74
amet
verb; third person singular present <amer> love -- 1.70
amferm
adjective; nominative singular masculine <enferm> ill, crippled, weak, unhealthy -- 3.159
ami
noun; object singular <ami> friend -- 3.202
amor
noun; oblique singular <amor> love -- 3.164, 3.196
amors
noun; oblique plural <amor> love -- 6.298
amur
noun; oblique singular <amor> love -- 1.323
an
noun; oblique singular <an> year -- 6.166
an
preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of -- 3.125, 6.208
an
pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 6.122
ancuntret
verb; third person singular present <encontrer> meet -- 3.85
andreit
adverb; <endreit> precisely, right, immediately -- 3.60
anel
noun; oblique singular <anel> ring -- 6.213
anfermetét
noun; nominative singular <enfermeté> physical or moral weakness, illness -- 3.395
angreget
verb; third person singular present <angregier> grow worse, become more painful -- 3.392
anima
noun; oblique singular <anima> soul -- 4.13
Anseis
proper name; nominative singular <Anseis> Anseis -- 1.177
ansembl'ot
preposition; <ensemble od> together with -- 3.93
anuy
noun; oblique singular <enoi, enui> torment, pain -- 8.238
anz
noun; oblique plural <an> year -- 1.12, 3.378
AOI
interjection; <AOI>... -- 1.84, 2.273
apelét
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <apeler> accuse, summon, call -- 3.416
apielee
verb; perfective participle nominative singular feminine <apeler> accuse, summon, call -- 10.134
Apollin
proper name; oblique singular <Apollin> Apollo, Satan -- 1.74
apparent
adjective; nominative singular <aparant> visible -- 8.292
aprés
adverb; <apres> after, afterwards -- 7.114
aprés
preposition; <apres> after, afterwards -- 6.169
apries
preposition; <apres> after, afterwards -- 10.139
arde
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <ardoir, ardre> burn -- 4.167
ardoir
verb; infinitive <ardoir, ardre> burn -- 5.217
argent
noun; oblique singular <argent> silver, money, riches -- 4.63
arivet
verb; third person singular present <ariver> arrive -- 3.13
arriere
adverb <arriere, arrere, arire> back -- 6.162
art
noun; oblique singular <art> liberal art, craft -- 8.66
as
preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on + definite article; oblique plural feminine <li> the -- 1.228
as
preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on + definite article; oblique plural masculine <li> the -- 1.235
as
verb; second person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 3.147, 9.254, 9.257, 10.80
asemblé
verb; perfective participle nominative plural masculine <assembler, assanler> call together, assemble, meet -- 5.213
asez
adverb; <asez, assés> many, much, very well -- 2.164
assés
adverb; <asez, assés> many, much, very well -- 8.255
assez
adverb; <asez, assés> many, much, very well -- 9.275
assis
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <asseoir> place, set up, lay siege -- 7.237
astenir
verb; infinitive <astenir> keep from -- 3.187
ateignet
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <ataindre> reach, regain, catch -- 1.83
atout
preposition; <atot> with -- 10.198
aturnét
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <atorner> turn, prepare -- 3.315
au
preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the -- 6.319
au retor
preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <retor, retorn> return -- 6.197
aucun
indefinite adjective; nominative singular masculine <aucun> some -- 5.187
aueoc
preposition; <avuec, avec, avoc> with -- 10.152
auoit
verb; third person singular imperfective <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 10.149, 10.164
auons
verb; first person plural present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 10.40
auret
verb; third person singular pluperfect <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 4.10, 4.172
aussi
adverb; <aussi> also, likewise -- 8.90, 8.104
autre
adjective; nominative plural masculine <altre> other -- 7.159
autre
adjective; oblique singular feminine <altre> other -- 7.191
auuisset
verb; third person singular subjunctive imperfective <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 4.234
avec
preposition; <avuec, avec, avoc> with -- 7.29
avenant
adjective; nominative singular masculine <avenant> beautiful, attractive -- 8.12
avenement
noun; oblique singular <avenement> arrival -- 10.215
avenir
verb; infinitive <avenir> arrive, happen -- 6.250, 8.63
avez
verb; second person plural present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 5.9
aviler
verb; infinitive <aviler> abandon, disgrace -- 8.287
avoec
preposition; <avuec, avec, avoc> with -- 6.195, 9.165
avoient
verb; third person plural imperfective <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 7.139
avoir
verb; infinitive <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 6.154
avoit
verb; third person singular imperfective <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 7.25, 7.50, 10.212
bacheler
noun; nominative plural <bacheler, bachelor> young man, young knight aspirant, page -- 1.246
baillas
verb; second person singular preterite <baillier> own, receive, give -- 9.192
baillier
verb; infinitive <baillier> own, receive, give -- 6.295
baisa
verb; third person singular preterite <baisier> kiss -- 10.34
balz
adjective; nominative singular masculine <balt> happy, full of fervor -- 1.96
barbe
noun; oblique singular <barbe> beard -- 1.287, 2.371
Barintes
proper name; nominative singular <Barintes> Barind -- 10.6
baron
noun; nominative plural <baron> brave warrior, brave knight -- 2.381
baron
noun; nominative singular <baron> brave warrior, brave knight -- 2.132
bataille
noun; oblique singular <bataille> battle -- 2.60, 2.135
beau
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 5.136
bech
noun; oblique singular <bec> beak -- 8.18
bel
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 3.116
bel
adjective; oblique singular masculine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 4.9
bele
adjective; nominative singular feminine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 9.84
bellezour
adjective; comparative oblique singular feminine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 4.12
bels
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 2.338
ben
adverb; <bien> well, many, much, really -- 2.14
bials
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 10.37
biau
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 8.14, 8.80
biax
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bel> dear, beloved, handsome -- 6.53
bien
adverb; <bien> well, many, much, really -- 1.207, 3.77, 3.406, 5.103, 5.131, 5.163, 7.18, 7.26, 7.63, 7.182, 8.58, 8.91, 9.158
bien
noun; oblique singular <bien, ben> good, good fortune, well-being -- 1.326
biens
noun; nominative singular <bien, ben> good, good fortune, well-being -- 6.17
Blakie
proper name; oblique singular <Blaquie> Blaquie -- 7.111
blanche
adjective; oblique singular feminine <blanc> white -- 1.284
blancs
adjective; oblique plural masculine <blanc> white -- 1.224
boen
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bon> good -- 6.59
boens
adjective; nominative singular masculine <bon> good -- 3.206
boire
verb; infinitive <bevre> drink -- 8.258
bois
noun; oblique singular <bos, bois> forest, tree -- 8.36, 8.114
brere
verb; infinitive <braire> shout, sing -- 9.152
buche
noun; oblique singular <bouche, buche> mouth -- 2.11, 2.76
buona
adjective; nominative singular feminine <bon> good -- 4.5
ça
adverb; <ça, çai> here, hither -- 5.212
ça en arriere
adverb; <ça en arriere> formerly, until now -- 9.179
cadables
noun; oblique plural <cadable> catapult -- 1.108
Cahu
proper name; oblique singular <Cahu> Cahu -- 9.166
car
conjunction <quar, car> for, because -- 10.208
Carles
proper name; nominative singular <Charles> Charles, Charlemagne -- 1.5, 2.240, 2.333
carn
noun; oblique singular <charn, char> flesh, meat -- 3.217
castel
noun; oblique singular <chastel, castel> castle -- 1.35
ce
demonstrative; oblique singular masculine <cil> that -- 6.192
ce
demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <cil> that -- 7.163, 8.233, 8.283
ce qui
demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <ço, ceo, ce, ceu> this, that, it + relative pronoun; subject <qui> that -- 6.58
ceanz
adverb; <ceanz, seans> in here -- 6.194
cel
demonstrative; nominative singular masculine <cil> that -- 2.117
cel
demonstrative; oblique singular masculine <cil> that -- 3.17, 3.410
cel
demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <cil> that -- 5.160
celle
demonstrative; oblique singular feminine <cil> that -- 4.201
cels
demonstrative; oblique plural masculine <cil> that -- 4.103
cels
noun; oblique plural <ciel> heaven -- 2.289
celui
demonstrative; oblique singular masculine <cil> that -- 7.143
cervel
noun; oblique singular <cervel> brains -- 2.80
c'est
demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <cil> that + verb; third person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 9.33
cest
demonstrative; oblique singular masculine <cest, cist> this -- 6.211
ceste
demonstrative; oblique singular feminine <cest, cist> this -- 5.88, 5.158, 9.230
cevaler
noun; nominative plural <chevalier> knight -- 1.227
chace
verb; third person singular present <chasser> hunt -- 8.224
chambres
noun; oblique plural <chambre> chamber, territory, royal apartment -- 5.94
chant
noun; oblique singular <chant> song, melody -- 8.143, 8.171
chanter
verb; infinitive <chanter> sing -- 8.147
chantés
verb; second person singular present <chanter> sing -- 8.89
chantissiez
verb; second person plural subjunctive imperfective <chanter> sing -- 8.105
chapele
noun; oblique singular <chapele> chapel -- 9.103
chartre
noun; oblique singular <chartre> letter, agreement -- 9.186, 9.211, 9.250
chassant
verb; present participle nominative singular masculine <chasser> hunt -- 8.37
chastiaux
noun; nominative singular <chastel, castel> castle -- 7.226
chef
noun; oblique singular <chief> head -- 1.292
cheï
verb; third person singular preterite <cheoir, chaeir> fall -- 8.156
cher
adjective; oblique singular masculine <cher> beloved, expensive -- 3.201
chers
adjective; oblique plural masculine <cher> beloved, expensive -- 1.133
chetis
adjective; nominative singular masculine <chaitif> miserable -- 9.35
chevaler
noun; nominative plural <chevalier> knight -- 1.126, 2.382
chevalier
noun; nominative plural <chevalier> knight -- 7.160, 7.184
chevalier
noun; oblique singular <chevalier> knight -- 6.289
chevaliers
noun; oblique plural <chevalier> knight -- 7.28, 7.67, 7.217
chevauchie
noun; oblique singular <chevauchie> expedition, ride -- 5.159
chi
relative pronoun; subject <qui> who -- 4.48, 4.99
chief
noun; oblique singular <chief> head -- 4.191
chielt
impersonal verb; third person singular present <chaloir> concern, matter -- 4.120
chier le tient
adjective; oblique singular masculine <cher> beloved, expensive + personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person singular present <tenir> hold, keep, seize, consider -- 6.267
chiere
adjective; nominative singular feminine <cher> beloved, expensive -- 6.7
chose
noun; oblique singular <chose, cose> thing, affair, creature -- 5.13, 6.24
chrestien
noun; nominative singular <chrestien> christian -- 1.153
christiien
adjective; oblique singular <chrestien> christian -- 4.126
Christus
proper name; nominative singular <Christus> Christ -- 4.237
ci
adverb; <ci> here -- 5.192, 5.248, 9.18
ciel
noun; oblique singular <ciel> heaven -- 4.51, 4.218
cil
demonstrative; nominative plural masculine <cil> that -- 1.226, 1.245, 7.172
cil
demonstrative; nominative singular masculine <cil> that -- 2.139, 6.279, 8.40, 9.68
cis
demonstrative; nominative singular masculine <cest, cist> this -- 10.5
cist
demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural masculine <cest, cist> this -- 1.201
citet
noun; nominative singular <cit, citet> city, town -- 1.42, 1.143
clamor
noun; oblique singular <clameor> appeal -- 3.177
cleimet
verb; third person singular present <clamer> call, proclaim, confess -- 2.260
clementia
noun; oblique singular <clementiam> grace -- 4.250
clerc
noun; oblique singular <clerc, clerge> clerk -- 9.236, 9.253
ço
demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <ço, ceo, ce, ceu> this, that, it -- 2.56, 2.113, 2.176, 2.232, 3.354
cointe
adjective; nominative singular masculine <cointe> refined, clever, elegant -- 3.79
coloingne
noun; oblique singular <quenoille, queloigne> distaff -- 8.280
colomb
noun; oblique singular <colon, colomb> pigeon, dove -- 4.215
colpes
noun; oblique plural <colpe, corpe, cope> sin, mistake -- 4.170
com
conjunction; <com, comme> as -- 7.79, 8.39, 8.92
com
conjunction; <com, comme> when -- 10.182
com
conjunction; <com, cum> in order that -- 4.166
comander
verb; infinitive <comander> give, recommend, order -- 6.55
commencha
verb; third person singular preterite <comencier> begin, start -- 10.7, 10.93
commencier
verb; infinitive <comencier> begin, start -- 9.233
concreidre
verb; infinitive <concreidre> give in -- 4.180
congié
noun; oblique singular <congié> permission to leave, permission, leave -- 6.69, 6.102, 6.315, 6.320
conselliers
noun; oblique plural <conseillier, conseilleor> counsellor, advisor -- 4.44
consirrer
verb; infinitive <conserrer, consirrer> deprive, resign -- 3.310
consolation
noun; oblique singular <consolation> consolation -- 10.51
conte
verb; third person singular present <conter> count, relate -- 7.6
contre
preposition; <contre> against, compared with -- 5.169
contredist
verb; third person singular preterite <contredire> oppose, resist -- 4.204
convoier
verb; infinitive <convoier> escort -- 6.77
Corbiau
proper name; nominative singular <Corbiau> Raven -- 8.8, 8.130, 8.202
Cordres
proper name; oblique singular <Cordres> Cordres -- 1.99
corn
noun; nominative singular <corn, cor> horn -- 2.118
corps
noun; oblique singular <cors> body -- 4.11
cors
noun; nominative singular <cors> body -- 5.233
cors
noun; oblique singular <cors> body -- 1.296, 3.382
cose
noun; nominative singular <chose, cose> thing, affair, creature -- 4.72
Costantinople
proper name; oblique singular <Costantinoble> Constantinople -- 7.23, 7.71
courechier
verb; infinitive <corocier> anger, afflict -- 10.65
couroit
verb; third person singular imperfective <corre> run -- 8.38
creant
verb; first person singular present <creanter, granter> grant, agree -- 6.100
crier
verb; infinitive <crier> shout -- 9.60
criez
verb; second person plural imperative <crier> shout -- 2.156
crist
proper name; oblique singular <Christ> Christ -- 10.110
croist
verb; third person singular present <croistre, creistre> grow -- 8.207
cuers
noun; nominative singular <cuer, coer, cor> heart -- 6.13
c'ui an cest jor
demonstrative; neuter <ço, ceo, ce, ceu> this, that, it + adverb; <ui, ue, oi> today + preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of + demonstrative; oblique singular masculine <cest, cist> this + noun; oblique singular <jorn, jor> day -- 6.171
cuide
verb; third person singular present <cuidier> think -- 8.10, 8.145
cuit
verb; first person singular present <cuidier> think -- 8.110
culpe
noun; oblique singular <colpe, corpe, cope> sin, mistake -- 2.262
cum
conjunction; <com, comme> as -- 2.372, 7.171
cumencer
verb; infinitive <comencier> begin, start -- 2.361
cumpaignes
noun; nominative plural <compaigne> troops -- 2.54
cunquerant
verb; present participle nominative singular masculine <conquerre, cunquerre> conquer, capture -- 2.252
cunquist
verb; third person singular preterite <conquerre, cunquerre> conquer, capture -- 1.22
cuntenant
noun; oblique singular <contenant> demeanour, expression, appearance -- 1.299
curant
verb; participle present nominative singular masculine <corre> run -- 2.205
curieus
adjective; nominative singular masculine <curios> careful -- 10.115
czo
demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <ço, ceo, ce, ceu> this, that, it -- 4.177
d'aler
particle; <de> to + verb; infinitive <aler> go -- 6.81
dales
preposition; <dales, dalles, dallé> next to, along -- 10.127
Dame
noun; nominative singular <dame> lady, dame -- 9.28, 9.57
dame
noun; nominative singular <dame> lady, dame -- 6.8, 6.41, 9.113, 9.156
dame
noun; oblique singular <dame> lady, dame -- 8.275
d'Anjou
preposition; <de> of, from + proper name; oblique singular <Anjou> Anjou -- 1.181
danz
noun; nominative singular <dam, dan> sir, lord -- 3.305
d'argent
preposition; <de> of, from + noun; oblique singular <argent> silver, money, riches -- 1.129
de
particle <de>... -- 10.167
de
particle; <de> to -- 6.76, 6.159
de
preposition; <de> of, from -- 1.131, 1.208, 2.78, 3.33, 3.41, 3.55, 3.97, 3.178, 3.265, 3.285, 3.337, 4.214, 4.235, 5.11, 5.18, 5.23, 5.47, 5.238, 6.182, 6.226, 6.268, 7.22, 7.65, 7.110, 7.134, 7.208, 7.215, 8.42, 8.204, 8.256, 8.293, 9.30, 9.101, 9.151, 10.30, 10.130, 10.143, 10.189
de devant mi
preposition; <de> of, from + preposition; <devant> before, in front of, in the presence of + personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 10.112
de rien nule
preposition; <de> of, from + noun; oblique singular <rien, ren> thing, creature, person + adjective; oblique singular feminine <nul> no, not any -- 6.156
de voir
preposition; <de> of, from + adjective; oblique singular masculine <voir> true -- 9.184
debonere
adjective; nominative singular feminine <debonaire> noble, sweet -- 9.155
deçoit
verb; third person singular present <deçoivre> deceive, mislead -- 8.138
deduit
verb; third person singular present <deduire> lead, live -- 3.350
degnet
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <daignier> deign -- 4.231
degrét
noun; oblique singular <degré> staircase -- 3.137, 3.325
del
preposition; <de> of, from + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the -- 3.43, 3.335
delez
preposition; <deles, delé, deleiz> next to; beside -- 1.258
delisieuse
adjective; oblique singular feminine <delicios> delicious -- 10.138
demander
verb; infinitive <demander> ask, ask for -- 6.50
demanderent
verb; third person plural preterite <demander> ask, ask for -- 3.260
demandet
verb; third person singular present <demander> ask, ask for -- 1.303
demonstre
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <demostrer> show, indicate, explaine -- 10.165
demoura
verb; third person singular preterite <demorer> stay, remain -- 10.15
demoustre
verb; second person singular imperative <demostrer> show, indicate, explaine -- 10.66
Deo
proper name; oblique singular <Dieu, Deu> God -- 4.25, 4.46, 4.84
des
preposition; <de> of, from + definite article; oblique plural masculine <li> the -- 1.203, 2.378, 3.7, 10.75, 10.107
descendirent
verb; third person plural preterite <descendre> descend, dismount -- 1.317
descent
verb; third person singular present <descendre> descend, dismount -- 2.191
desconfit
verb; perfective participle nominative plural masculine <desconfire> demolish, defeat -- 7.98
desuz
preposition; <desos, desous> under -- 1.255, 2.199, 2.211
Deu
proper name; oblique singular <Dieu, Deu> God -- 1.68, 2.268, 3.124, 3.197, 3.314, 3.365, 5.139
Deus
proper name; nominative singular <Dieu, Deu> God -- 2.284, 2.347, 3.384
deüssent
verb; third person plural subjunctive imperfective <devoir> have to -- 7.146
devanra
verb; third person singular future <devenir> become -- 6.115
devant
preposition; <devant> before, in front of, in the presence of -- 1.37
devers
preposition; <devers, de vers> in the direction of, from the direction of -- 2.184
devez
verb; second person plural imperative <devoir> have to -- 5.75
devient
verb; third person singular present <devenir> become -- 6.274
devient
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <devenir> become -- 1.152
devoree
verb; perfective participle nominative singular feminine <devorer> devour -- 9.161
dex
proper name; nominative singular <Dieu, Deu> God -- 10.163
diau
noun; nominative singular <dol, duel> suffering, grief -- 8.209
diaule
noun; oblique singular <deable, diavle> devil -- 4.30
diet
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <dire> say, tell -- 2.241
Dieu
proper name; oblique singular <Dieu, Deu> God -- 9.125
dirai
verb; first person singular future <dire> say, tell -- 5.118, 5.122, 6.133, 6.141
dire
verb; infinitive <dire> say, tell -- 6.234, 10.95
dis
noun; oblique plural <di> day -- 4.104
dist
verb; third person singular preterite <dire> say, tell -- 2.57, 2.114, 2.348, 3.256, 9.11, 10.36, 10.102
dit
verb; third person singular present <dire> say, tell -- 6.52, 6.97, 8.78
diu
proper name; oblique singular <Dieu, Deu> God -- 10.70
divers
adjective; oblique plural masculine <divers> various -- 10.76
doi
noun; oblique singular <doi, dei> finger -- 6.210
doi
verb; first person singular present <devoir> have to -- 8.286
doing
verb; first person singular present <doner> give -- 6.301
dois
verb; second person singular present <devoir> have to -- 10.61
dolent
adjective; nominative singular masculine <dolent> sorrowful, wetched -- 8.200
dolur
noun; oblique singular <dolor> pain, suffering -- 3.149
dommaige
noun; oblique singular <damage> trouble, harm -- 8.33
dommaiges
noun; nominative singular <damage> trouble, harm -- 8.85
domnizelle
noun; nominative singular <damoiselle> girl of noble birth -- 4.200
donc
adverb; <donc> then, therefore -- 5.61
dont
adverb; <donc> then, therefore -- 10.92
dont
relative pronoun; <dont, dunt> of whom, of which, whose -- 4.117
d'or
preposition; <de> of, from + noun; oblique singular <or> gold -- 1.127, 1.267
doterent
verb; third person plural preterite <doter> doubt, be afraid -- 7.175
dreit
adjective; oblique singular masculine <droit> direct, right, proper -- 3.104
du
preposition; <de> of, from + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the -- 9.252
du tot en tot
preposition; <de> of, from + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <tot> whole + preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of + noun; oblique singular <tot> whole -- 5.42
duel
noun; oblique singular <dol, duel> suffering, grief -- 3.282
dulce
adjective; oblique singular feminine <dolz, dous> sweet, gentle -- 1.209, 1.274
dulor
noun; oblique singular <dolor> pain, suffering -- 2.96
d'une
preposition; <de> of, from + indefinite article; oblique singular feminine <un> a -- 10.99
dunt
relative pronoun; <dont, dunt> of whom, of which, whose -- 3.74, 3.145
durai
verb; first person singular future <doner> give -- 3.205
durement
adverb; <durement> greatly, sorely, very -- 3.31
durs
adjective; nominative singular masculine <dur> hard, unrefined, cruel -- 6.276
dux
noun; nominative singular <duc> duke -- 1.175, 2.130
e
conjunction; <e, et, ed> and -- 1.73, 1.95, 1.97, 1.102, 1.128, 1.130, 1.171, 1.176, 1.188, 1.190, 1.234, 1.240, 1.243, 1.288, 1.297, 1.314, 1.324, 2.31, 2.52, 2.97, 2.102, 2.215, 2.242, 2.263, 3.40, 3.58, 3.198, 3.214, 3.216, 3.218, 3.230, 3.233, 3.236, 3.284, 3.291, 4.93, 6.29, 10.71
e si
conjunction; <e, et, ed> and + particle; <si> so, and moreover -- 1.185
ed
conjunction; <e, et, ed> and -- 3.212
eglentier
noun; oblique singular <aiglent> wild rose -- 1.260
eil
personal pronoun; third person plural direct object <il> they -- 3.297
einz mes
adverb; <ainc, ainz, ains> earlier, rather + conjunction; <mais> more, further, rather -- 6.287
eist
verb; third person singular present <issir> go out, come out -- 3.54
el
preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the -- 3.309
ele
personal pronoun; third person singular nominative feminine <il> he -- 6.96, 6.230
element
noun; oblique singular <element> force, energy, god -- 4.131
elle
personal pronoun; third person singular nominative feminine <il> he -- 4.39, 4.122, 4.169
ell'ent
personal pronoun; third person singular nominative feminine <il> he + adverb; <ent, end> subsequently -- 4.127
els
personal pronoun; third person plural direct object masculine <il> they -- 1.232, 7.95
empedementz
noun; oblique plural <empedement> persecution -- 4.142
empeint
verb; third person singular present <empeindre> blow, protrude -- 2.12
emperere
noun; nominative singular <empereor> emperor -- 1.9, 2.291
empereres
noun; nominative singular <empereor> emperor -- 1.93, 1.162
empur
preposition; <enpur, anpur> for the sake of -- 3.142
en
preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of -- 1.17, 1.52, 1.141, 1.164, 2.292, 5.87, 5.218, 6.119, 7.70, 7.75, 8.16, 8.146, 9.121, 9.224, 9.229, 10.17, 10.43, 10.82, 10.171
en
pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 1.111, 1.123, 2.82, 2.144, 2.269, 2.285, 5.204, 7.174, 8.198
en apert
preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of + adjective; oblique singular masculine <apert> open, visible, manifest -- 6.236
encontre
preposition; <encontre> to, towards, against -- 2.383, 7.94, 10.196
encor
adverb; <encore, encor, uncore> still, yet -- 5.38
enfer
noun; oblique singular <enfern> hell -- 9.163
engagié
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <engagier> commit -- 9.140
engendre
verb; third person singular present <engeindre, engendrer> cause -- 8.240
engin
noun; oblique singular <engin, engien> skill, cheating -- 8.69
enl
preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the -- 4.162
enne
interrogative adverb; <enne> not -- 10.46
enor
noun; oblique singular <onor, enor, anor> honor, respect, esteem, fief -- 6.28
enortet
verb; third person singular present <enorter> exhort, urge, seduce -- 4.116
enparentés
adjective; nominative singular masculine <emparenté> of noble lineage -- 8.84
enragié
adjective; oblique singular masculine <enragié> furious -- 9.144
enseigne
noun; oblique singular <enseigne> war cry -- 2.158
enseigner
verb; infinitive <enseignier> teach, inform, point out -- 1.306
ensemble
adverb; <ensemble> together -- 7.186
ensembl'od
preposition; <ensemble od> together with -- 1.168
entendre
verb; infinitive <entendre> try, pay attention, understand, hear -- 8.235
entre
preposition; <entre> between, among, in the midst of -- 7.203
entrepris
noun; nominative singular <entrepris> unhappy person -- 9.38
envers
preposition : <envers> towards -- 9.141
enz
adverb, reinforcing element; <ens, enz>... -- 4.161
ere
verb; third person singular imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 7.15, 7.44, 7.224
eret
verb; third person singular imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 3.269, 4.101
es
preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of + definite article; oblique plural masculine <li> the -- 2.288
es
verb; second person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 9.13, 9.222
esbaï
adjective; nominative singular masculine <esbai> frightened, troubled, surprised -- 8.168
esbaneier
verb; infinitive <esbanir> amuse -- 1.233
eschech
noun; oblique singular <eschec> booty, loot -- 1.122
eschecs
noun; oblique plural <eschecs> chess -- 1.236
escil
noun; oblique singular <essil, eissil, issil> wretchedness, ruin -- 9.75
escremissent
verb; third person plural present <escremir, escrimer> fence -- 1.244
escriet
verb; third person singular present <escrier> cry out, shout -- 2.334
escuz
noun; nominative singular <escu> shield -- 6.282
eskoltet
verb; third person singular present <escolter> listen to, pay attention to -- 4.41
esleechier
verb; infinitive <esleecier> rejoice -- 10.63
esmaier
verb; infinitive <esmaier> be dismayed -- 2.354
Espaigne
proper name; oblique singular <Espaigne> Spain -- 1.18
espusede
verb; perfective participle oblique singular feminine <esposer> marry -- 3.242
est
verb; third person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 1.44, 1.51, 1.163, 2.34, 2.83, 2.203, 2.282, 2.375, 6.231, 10.133
esteit
verb; third person singular imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 3.263
estes
verb; second person plural present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 2.336, 6.11, 8.83
estet
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <ester> stand, remain, be -- 1.16
estoient
verb; third person plural imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 7.169
estre
verb; infinitive <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 8.11, 8.290
estude
noun; oblique singular <estude, estudie> study, zeal -- 8.151
et
conjunction; <e, et, ed> and -- 4.242, 5.22, 5.50, 5.142, 5.147, 6.14, 6.20, 6.51, 6.80, 6.95, 6.155, 6.186, 6.225, 6.247, 6.266, 6.272, 6.283, 6.285, 7.24, 7.37, 7.41, 7.47, 7.60, 7.68, 7.72, 7.96, 7.127, 7.156, 7.187, 7.200, 7.220, 8.13, 8.67, 8.137, 8.139, 8.203, 8.223, 8.227, 9.10, 9.43, 9.58, 9.117, 9.119, 9.288, 10.10, 10.14, 10.32, 10.101, 10.113, 10.161, 10.181
et si
conjunction; <e, et, ed> and + conjunction; <si> yet -- 5.120
verb; first person preterite <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 9.182
Eufemïen
proper name; nominative singular <Eufemïen> Eufemien -- 3.115
Eulalia
proper name; nominative singular <Eulalia> Eulalia -- 4.8
face
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <faire> make -- 5.25
fai
verb; second person singular imperative <faire> make -- 3.139
fain
noun; oblique singular <faim> hunger, desire -- 8.44
faintise
noun; oblique singular <feintise> pretense, deceit -- 8.294
faire
verb; infinitive <faire> make -- 4.29, 7.148
fait
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <faire> make -- 1.265, 2.234, 5.93, 8.31
fait la peine
verb; third person singular present <faire> make + definite article; oblique singular feminine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <peine, paine> torment, suffering -- 2.134
faldestoed
noun; oblique singular <faldestuel, faldestuef, faldestoed> folding chair for important person, throne -- 1.262
fausse
adjective; nominative singular feminine <fals, faus> false -- 8.231
favele
noun; oblique singular <favele> story, lie -- 9.97
feindre
verb; infinitive <feindre> do nothing, shy away -- 2.146
feiz
noun; oblique plural <feiz, veiz> time -- 3.278
fera demoree
verb; third person singular future <faire> make + noun; oblique singular <demoree> delay, stay -- 9.164
ferai
verb; first person singular future <faire> make -- 5.69, 9.128, 9.188
fere
verb; infinitive <faire> make -- 9.148
feroit
verb; third person singular conditional <faire> make -- 5.216
fers
noun; nominative singular <fer> iron, weapon -- 6.278
fet
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <faire> make -- 9.258
fier
adjective; oblique singular masculine <fier> fierce, strong, proud -- 1.300
fiers
adjective; nominative singular masculine <fier> fierce, strong, proud -- 1.179
figure
noun; oblique singular <figure> form, person, character -- 4.213
fil
noun; oblique singular <fil> son -- 9.82
file
noun; oblique singular <fille> daughter -- 7.52
filer
verb; infinitive <filer> spin -- 8.281
filluel
noun; oblique singular <filuel> son, godson -- 10.180
fils
noun; nominative singular <fil> son -- 7.34, 10.104
Filz
noun; nominative singular <fil> son -- 9.124
filz
noun; oblique singular <fil> son -- 3.144, 3.180
Finepople
proper name; oblique singular <Finepople> Finepople -- 7.17
finirai
verb; first person singular future <fenir, finir> end, stop -- 9.150
fist
verb; third person singular preterite <faire> make -- 7.116, 8.93
flors d'aiglentier
noun; nominative singular <flor> flower + preposition; <de> of, from + noun; oblique singular <aiglantier> wild rose -- 9.116
flurit
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <florir> flower -- 1.290
fole
adjective; oblique singular feminine <fol> crazy -- 5.108
fols
adjective; nominative plural masculine <fol> crazy -- 8.249
forment
adverb; <forment> greatly, very, very much -- 5.49
fors
adverb; <fors> out, outside -- 9.100
fors
preposition; <fors> except -- 1.48
fort
adjective; nominative singular masculine <fort> strong, hard, fierce -- 7.228
fou
noun; oblique singular <feu, fou> fire, family -- 4.163
foulerai
verb; first person singular future <foler> harm -- 9.291
fraindre
verb; infinitive <freindre, fraindre> break -- 1.47
France
proper name; oblique singular <France> France -- 1.210, 1.275
Franceis
proper name; nominative plural <Franceis> free, noble, subject of the king of France -- 2.104
Franceis
proper name; oblique singular <Franceis> free, noble, subject of the king of France -- 2.323
freres
noun; nominative singular <frere> brother -- 7.40
freres
noun; oblique plural <frere> brother -- 10.200
fromage
noun; nominative singular <fromage> cheese -- 8.154
fromage
noun; oblique singular <fromage> cheese -- 8.20
fromaige
noun; oblique singular <fromage> cheese -- 8.54, 8.176
fu
verb; third person singular preterite <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 7.234, 8.166, 8.199, 10.146
fui
verb; first person singular preterite <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 2.358
fuiet
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <fuir, fuier> flee from, abandon -- 4.123
fuisse
verb; first person singular subjunctive imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 10.184
funt
verb; third person plural present <faire> make -- 2.61
furent
verb; third person plural preterite <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 1.187, 1.202, 7.97, 7.131
furet
verb; third person singular pluperfect <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 4.149
fuson
verb; first person plural subjunctive imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 5.211
fut
verb; third person singular preterite <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 2.250, 3.78, 4.7, 4.96
garent
noun; oblique singular <garant, garent> protection, defense -- 8.296
gart
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <garder> watch over, guard -- 9.63
Gefreid
proper name; nominative singular <Gefreid> Gefreid -- 1.180
gent
adjective; oblique singular masculine <gent> fair, handsome, beautiful -- 1.293
gent
noun; nominative singular <gent> race, people -- 2.245
gent
noun; oblique singular <gent> race, people -- 2.223, 7.136, 7.209
gente
adjective; oblique singular feminine <gent> fair, handsome, beautiful -- 2.163
gentilz
adjective; nominative singular masculine <gentil> noble, brave -- 2.247
Gerers
proper name; nominative singular <Gerer> Gerer -- 1.191
Gerin
proper name; nominative singular <Gerin> Gerin -- 1.189
getterent
verb; third person plural preterite <geter, giter> throw, reject, utter -- 4.165
gié
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 6.302, 9.129
Giles
proper name; nominative singular <Giles> Giles -- 7.38
gist
verb; third person singular present <gesir> lie -- 3.328
gloire
noun; nominative singular <gloire> glory -- 8.259
gloire
noun; oblique singular <gloire> glory -- 8.221, 8.253
grabatum
noun; oblique singular <grabatum> simple bed -- 3.141
grand
adjective; oblique singular feminine <grant> great, large, tall -- 4.152
grand
adjective; oblique singular masculine <grant> great, large, tall -- 8.237
grant
adjective; nominative singular feminine <grant> great, large, tall -- 3.95, 5.224
grant
adjective; oblique singular feminine <grant> great, large, tall -- 2.16, 3.348, 5.183, 5.237, 7.10, 8.43, 8.150, 10.141
grant
adjective; oblique singular masculine <grant> great, large, tall -- 1.121, 1.166, 3.281, 3.352, 5.7, 7.77, 9.74
granz
adjective; oblique plural feminine <grant> great, large, tall -- 2.37
Grieu
proper name; nominative plural <gré, grieu, griu, gri> Greek -- 7.103
Griex
proper name; oblique plural <gré, grieu, griu, gri> Greek -- 7.205
guant
noun; oblique singular <gant> glove -- 2.272
guarder
verb; infinitive <garder> watch over, guard -- 1.78
guarnemenz
noun; oblique plural <garnement> decorative object -- 1.132
guereduner
verb; infinitive <guerredoner> reward -- 3.389
guerpi
verb; third person singular preterite <guerpir> abandon, leave -- 7.36
guerpirent
verb; third person plural preterite <guerpir> abandon, leave -- 7.181
guerre
noun; oblique singular <guerre> war, trouble -- 9.237
gunfanuner
noun; nominative singular <gunfanuner> standard bearer -- 1.184
ha
interjection; <ha> ha, hello -- 8.77, 9.27
haïne
noun; nominative singular <haine> hatred -- 6.116
halt
adjective; nominative plural masculine <alt, aut, halt> high, strong, important -- 2.27
hardie
adjective; nominative singular feminine <hardi> bold, brave -- 5.65
haubers
noun; nominative singular <halberc, osberc> hauberk -- 6.284
haves
adjective; nominative singular masculine <have> dark, sick, somber -- 6.187
herberges
verb; second person singular subjunctive present <herbergier> lodge, shelter, receive as guest -- 3.122
Hersen
proper name; oblique singular <Hersen> Hersen -- 8.276
hom
noun; nominative singular <home, ome> man -- 2.373, 3.119, 3.207, 3.262
home
noun; nominative singular <home, ome> man -- 5.188
home
noun; oblique singular <home, ome> man -- 3.19
honestét
noun; oblique singular <honestét> honor -- 4.153
honneur
noun; nominative singular <onor, enor, anor> honor, respect, esteem, fief -- 8.232
honoree
adjective; nominative singular feminine <honore> honored -- 9.157
honte
noun; oblique singular <honte> shame, disgrace -- 7.178, 8.205, 8.229, 8.257
hors de
preposition; <hors> out, out of, except + preposition; <de> of, from -- 8.262
huit
numeral; <huit> eight -- 6.167
huitaves
noun; nominative plural <huitaves> octave -- 6.174
hume
noun; nominative plural <home, ome> man -- 2.63
humes
noun; oblique plural <home, ome> man -- 3.99
i
particle; <i> there -- 1.186, 1.205, 1.211, 1.263, 2.133, 2.136, 2.202, 2.304, 3.84
ici
adverb; <ici, issi> here -- 9.5, 9.206
ie
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 10.183
iert
verb; third person singular future <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 6.61, 6.281
iert
verb; third person singular imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 8.86
iestres
noun; oblique singular <estre> life, condition, way of life -- 10.114
ihu
proper name; oblique singular <Iesus> Jesus -- 10.109
il
personal pronoun; third person plural nominative masculine <il> they -- 3.37, 3.258, 7.138
il
personal pronoun; third person singular nominative masculine <il> he -- 2.41, 2.236, 2.302, 2.319, 3.75, 3.240, 3.268, 3.327, 3.357, 3.405, 3.408, 4.114, 5.44, 5.90, 5.133, 5.214, 7.211, 7.230, 7.233, 10.123, 10.192
iloec
adverb; <iluec, ilec, iluoc> there -- 3.12
iluec
adverb; <iluec, ilec, iluoc> there -- 3.332
imais
conjunction; <mais, mes> but -- 5.179
in
preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of -- 4.212
inimi
noun; nominative plural <enemi> enemy, devil -- 4.26
iours
noun; oblique plural <jorn, jor> day -- 10.187
iret
adjective; nominative singular masculine <iré, irié> angry, distressed, furious -- 2.376
is
verb; second person singular imperative <issir> go out, come out -- 9.99
isle
noun; oblique singular <isle, ille> island -- 10.100, 10.126, 10.137
ja
adverb; <ja, jai> now, already, at once -- 3.76, 9.79
ja
adverb; <ja> ever -- 5.165
ja
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 9.195
ja mes ne
adverb; <ja> ever + adverb; <mais> more, further, rather + negation; <ne, nen> not -- 9.149
ja n'en
adverb; <ja> ever + negation; <ne, nen> not + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 5.117
ja n'en mantirai
adverb; <ja> ever + negation; <ne, nen> not + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it + verb; first person singular future <mentir> lie, betray, deny, fail -- 6.136
j'ai
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I + verb; first person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 6.118
j'aim miex
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I + verb; first person singular present <amer> love + comparative adverb; <miels, mels> better, rather -- 9.274
Jakes de Bondine
proper name; nominative singular <Jake de Bondine> Jake de Bondine -- 7.42
je
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 5.34, 5.63, 5.162, 6.98, 6.131, 6.140, 6.215, 8.109, 9.94, 9.114, 9.176, 9.270, 9.289
j'en
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 5.51, 5.144
jo
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 2.356
joie
noun; nominative singular <joi, joie> joy -- 6.19
joiose
adjective; nominative singular feminine <joieus> full of joy -- 5.146
jor
noun; oblique singular <jorn, jor> day -- 6.193
jornees
noun; oblique plural <jornee> day's journey -- 7.20
jorz
noun; oblique plural <jorn, jor> day -- 6.168
juent
verb; third person plural present <joer> play -- 1.230
jusqu'a
preposition; <jusqu'a> as far as, up to -- 6.103, 6.164, 6.191
Karles
proper name; nominative singular <Charles> Charles, Charlemagne -- 2.50, 2.100
ki
relative pronoun; subject <qui> that -- 1.36, 1.50, 3.9
ki
relative pronoun; subject <qui> who -- 1.67, 1.273, 2.142, 2.374
kil
relative pronoun; subject <qui> who + personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he -- 1.302
kose
noun; oblique singular <chose, cose> thing, affair, creature -- 4.202
Krist
proper name; oblique singular <Christ> Christ -- 4.211
la
adverb; <la> there -- 1.199, 1.269
la
definite article; nominative singular feminine <li> the -- 2.32, 2.180, 3.14, 3.237, 3.393, 4.78, 4.199, 6.40, 8.217
la
definite article; oblique singular feminine <li> the -- 1.20, 1.23, 1.142, 1.286, 2.75, 2.185, 2.221, 3.56, 4.240, 5.239, 6.31, 6.227, 7.91, 7.135, 7.177, 9.210, 9.249, 9.292
la
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object feminine <il> he -- 1.65, 4.22, 4.28, 4.74, 4.164, 8.285, 9.196, 9.271
la Saint Johan
definite article; oblique singular feminine <li> the + adjective; oblique singular masculine <saint> holy + proper name; oblique singular <Johan> John -- 6.170
l'ad
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 2.233
laissié
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <laissier> leave, let, abandon -- 7.74
laist
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <laissier> leave, let, abandon -- 4.246
l'amors
definite article; nominative singular masculine <li> the + noun; nominative singular <amor> love -- 6.114
l'an
definite article; nominative singular masculine <li> the + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative <om, on> one -- 6.84
l'anme
definite article; oblique singular feminine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <anme, alme, arme, ame> soul, somebody -- 2.287
l'apialt
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person singular present <apeler> accuse, summon, call -- 6.86
l'at
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 2.140
l'aviserent
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person plural preterite <aviser> look at, see, recognize, appreciate -- 3.245
l'avoient
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <il> he + verb; third person plural imperfective <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 7.73
lazsier
verb; infinitive <laissier> leave, let, abandon -- 4.208
le
definite article; nominative singular feminine <li> the -- 3.234
le
definite article; nominative singular masculine <li> the -- 3.231, 8.7, 8.129, 8.201
le
definite article; oblique singular feminine <li> the -- 10.68, 10.83
le
definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the -- 1.182, 1.291, 1.295, 1.298, 2.188, 3.176, 3.324, 6.78, 6.101, 6.128, 7.108, 8.35, 8.53, 8.113, 8.175, 9.142, 10.128
le
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he -- 2.13, 2.18, 2.182, 3.106, 3.228, 3.307, 3.361, 5.20, 5.129, 6.264, 6.291, 6.299, 7.35, 7.180, 8.181, 9.239, 10.28, 10.33
leax
adjective; nominative singular masculine <leal, loial> loyal, legitimate -- 6.248
leger
adjective; nominative plural masculine <legier, ligier, loigier> light, supple, light-hearted -- 1.247
lei
personal pronoun; third person singular indirect object feminine <il> he -- 4.118
l'en
definite article; nominative singular masculine <li> the + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative <om, on> one -- 9.277
l'encumbrent
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person plural subjunctive present <encombrer> overload -- 3.46
l'engingne
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person singular present <engignier, engeignier> invent, seduce, deceive -- 8.136
l'entendent
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person plural present <entendre> try, pay attention, understand, hear -- 2.105
l'erbe
definite article; oblique singular feminine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <erbre> grass -- 2.207
les
definite article; nominative plural masculine <li> the -- 6.173, 8.248
les
definite article; oblique plural feminine <li> the -- 1.109, 3.72, 7.117
les
definite article; oblique plural masculine <li> the -- 1.103, 4.42, 4.141, 7.204
les
personal pronoun; third person plural direct object masculine <il> they -- 7.100, 7.106, 8.260
l'estoet
personal pronoun; third person singular indirect object masculine <il> he + verb; third person singular imperfective <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 1.305
l'estur
definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <estor, estorm> noise, tumult, battle -- 2.360
leur
possessive; third person plural oblique singular masculine <lor, leur> their -- 8.263
l'eure
definite article; oblique singular feminine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <ore, eure> hour, time -- 9.64
leva
verb; third person singular preterite <lever> lift up -- 10.29
l'honur
definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <onor, enor, anor> honor, respect, esteem, fief -- 3.42
l'i
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object singular masculine <il> he + particle; <i> there -- 1.82
li
definite article; nominative plural masculine <li> the -- 1.237, 1.241, 1.315, 2.29, 4.24, 7.102, 7.158
li
definite article; nominative singular masculine <li> the -- 1.6, 1.62, 1.92, 1.161, 1.174, 1.178, 1.271, 2.58, 2.71, 2.84, 2.115, 2.246, 2.290, 2.349, 3.174, 4.181, 5.206, 7.7, 9.34, 9.37, 9.123
li
personal pronoun; third person singular indirect object feminine <il> he -- 4.115, 4.187, 6.71
li
personal pronoun; third person singular indirect object masculine <il> he -- 2.190, 3.387, 3.391, 6.43, 6.252, 6.270, 7.61, 7.168, 8.55, 8.155, 8.206, 10.211
lie
adjective; nominative singular feminine <lié, liet> happy, joyful -- 5.148
liez
adjective; nominative singular masculine <lié, liet> happy, joyful -- 1.98
linage
noun; oblique singular <lignage> lineage, family -- 3.369
lis
noun; nominative singular <lil> lily -- 9.118
lit
noun; oblique singular <lit> bed -- 3.211
livres
noun; nominative singular <livre> book, inventory -- 7.8
liwes
noun; oblique plural <liue, live> mile -- 2.39
lo
definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the -- 2.271, 4.83, 4.124, 4.129, 4.190, 4.206
loié
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <lier, loier> bind -- 9.42
loing
adverb; <loing, loin, luin, lonc> far, far away -- 7.21
l'oïrent
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person plural preterite <oir, odir> hear -- 2.40
l'oït
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he + verb; third person singular preterite <oir, odir> hear -- 2.51, 2.101
l'olifan
definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the + noun; oblique singular <olifant> ivory horn -- 2.8, 2.93, 2.216
longhement
adverb; <longement> long, for a long time -- 10.16
longuement
adverb; <longement> long, for a long time -- 5.249, 7.236
lor
personal pronoun; third person plural indirect object masculine <il> they -- 7.115
lui
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he -- 1.38, 1.169, 2.212, 3.94, 3.294, 4.244, 7.30, 10.153, 10.170, 10.176
l'um
definite article; nominative singular masculine <li> the + personal pronoun; nominative singular <om, on> one -- 3.334
lunge
adjective; nominative singular feminine <lonc, long, loing> long, far -- 2.36
lunge
adjective; oblique singular feminine <lonc, long, loing> long, far -- 2.120
lur
personal pronoun; third person plural indirect object <il> they -- 3.255, 3.279
lur
possessive; third person plural oblique plural masculine <lor, leur> their -- 3.286
ma
possessive; first person singular nominative singular feminine <mon> my -- 6.5, 6.18, 6.21
ma
possessive; first person singular oblique singular feminine <mon> my -- 9.102
m'acreantez
personal pronoun; first person singular indirect object <jo, jou, jeu> I + verb; second person plural imperative <acreanter> promise, allow, agree -- 6.25
maent
verb; third person singular present <maindre> stay, remain -- 4.49
magnes
adjective; nominative singular masculine <magne> great -- 1.10
Mahumet
proper name; oblique singular <Mahumez, Mahun> Mahomet -- 1.71
mains
adverb; <meins, mains, moins> less, fewer -- 7.176
maint
adjective; oblique singular masculine <maint> many, many a -- 8.32, 8.236
maintenant
adverb; <maintenant> immediately, soon -- 6.70
mais
conjunction; <mais, mes> but -- 10.26
mais
conjunction; <mais> more, further, rather -- 3.81
maisnee
noun; oblique singular <maisniee, maisnie> household, army -- 2.162
maison
noun; oblique singular <maison> house -- 3.127
malement
adverb; <malement> badly -- 9.137
mals
adjective; oblique plural masculine <mal> bad, mean, wretched -- 4.43
mals
noun; nominative singular <mal> evil, disaster, illness -- 1.80
m'ame
possessive; first person singular nominative singular feminine <mon> my + noun; nominative singular <anme, alme, arme, ame> soul, somebody -- 6.15, 9.160
m'amor
possessive; first person singular oblique singular feminine <mon> my + noun; oblique singular <amor> love -- 6.153, 6.183
manatce
noun; oblique singular <menace, manace> menace -- 4.67
maniere
noun; oblique singular <maniere> way, intention -- 10.173
mantez
verb; second person plural present <mentir> lie, betray, deny, fail -- 6.139
mar
adverb; <mar> wrongly, in vain -- 9.238
Marsilie
proper name; nominative singular <Marsilie> Marsilie -- 1.64
m'as
personal pronoun; first person direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I + verb; third person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 9.70
m'as
personal pronoun; first person singular indirect object <jo, jou, jeu> I + verb; second person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 3.209
masse
noun; nominative singular <masse> mass -- 3.96
maufé
noun; nominative plural <malfé> devil, demon -- 9.40
maufé
noun; oblique singular <malfé> devil, demon -- 9.143
mautalent
noun; oblique singular <maltalent> anger -- 5.141
m'avez chiere
personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I + verb; second person plural present <avoir, aveir> have, be + adjective; oblique singular feminine <cher> beloved, expensive -- 6.157
max
noun; nominative singular <mal> evil, disaster, illness -- 6.254
Maximiien
proper name; oblique singular <Maximiien> Maximian -- 4.98
maz
adjective; nominative singular masculine <mat> feeble, exhausted, sad -- 6.185
me
personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 2.352, 3.121, 5.74, 5.104, 5.215, 5.243, 9.66, 9.77, 9.278
me
personal pronoun; first person singular indirect object <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 3.138, 6.56, 10.145
me
personal pronoun; first person singular nominative <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 9.138
me
possessive; first person singular oblique singular feminine <mon> my -- 10.190
medra
noun; nominative singular <mere> mother -- 3.235
melz
comparative adverb; <miels, mels> better, rather -- 4.139
m'en
personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 5.100
men
possessive; first person singular oblique singular masculine <mon> my -- 10.179, 10.214
mener
verb; infinitive <mener> take, lead, show -- 3.283
menestier
noun; oblique singular <menestier> service, profession -- 4.85
menja
verb; third person singular preterite <mangier, manjuer> eat -- 8.182
menut e suvent
adverb; <menu, menut> quickly + conjunction; <e, et, ed> and + adverb; <sovent> frequently, often -- 2.264
mer
adjective; oblique singular masculine <mer, mier> pure -- 1.268
mer
noun; oblique singular <mer> sea -- 1.21, 10.84
merci
noun; oblique singular <merci> grace, mercy, pity -- 9.32, 9.59
mercit
noun; oblique singular <merci> grace, mercy, pity -- 4.238
mere
noun; nominative singular <mere> mother -- 3.360
Mernoc
proper name; nominative singular <Mernoc> Mernoc -- 10.105
mervelle
noun; nominative singular <merveille> what is surprising, wonder -- 5.223
mervoille
noun; oblique singular <merveille> what is surprising, wonder -- 7.11
mes
conjunction; <mais, mes> but -- 6.113, 6.205, 6.262, 6.296
mes
possessive; first person singular nominative singular masculine <mon> my -- 6.12, 6.16, 6.73, 6.312, 10.103
mescroit
verb; third person singular present <mescroire> refuse to believe, suspect -- 5.46
mespris
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <mesprendre> make a mistake, commit a crime -- 7.141
message
noun; nominative plural <message> messenger -- 1.316
met
verb; third person singular present <metre, mectre, mettre> put -- 2.213, 3.308, 8.148, 8.261
mete a raison
verb; first person singular subjunctive present <metre, mectre, mettre> put + preposition; <a, ad> to, up to, against, in, on + noun; oblique singular <raison> reason, speech, word -- 5.21
metroiz
verb; second person plural conditional <metre, mectre, mettre> put -- 6.207
mi
personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 10.197
mie
negation; <mie> not -- 5.70, 7.147, 7.170, 7.213
mien
possessive; first person singular oblique singular masculine <mon> my -- 6.212
miex
comparative adverb; <miels, mels> better, rather -- 10.62
millers
numeral; nominative plural <millier> thousand -- 2.387
milliers
numeral; oblique plural <millier> thousand -- 1.214
miracles
noun; oblique plural <miracle> miracle -- 10.77, 10.168
mis
possessive; first person singular nominative singular masculine <mon> my -- 5.232
mis
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <metre, mectre, mettre> put -- 2.7, 9.71
moi
personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 5.15, 5.41, 5.48, 5.97, 6.196, 9.31, 9.181
moie
possessive; first person singular oblique singular feminine <mon> my -- 6.32
moines
noun; oblique plural <moine, monie> monk -- 10.151
molt
adverb, adjective; <molt, mult, mout> many, much, very -- 6.316, 10.166
mon
possessive; first person singular oblique singular masculine <mon> my -- 9.235
mont
noun; oblique singular <mont> mountain -- 10.129
moralité
noun; nominative singular <moralité> character, lesson -- 8.218
morir
verb; infinitive <morir> kill, die -- 5.39
mort
noun; nominative singular <mort> death -- 2.181
mort
noun; oblique singular <mort> death -- 4.241, 5.170
mort
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <morir> kill, die -- 2.251
morte
verb; perfective participle nominative singular feminine <morir> kill, die -- 4.150
morz
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <morir> kill, die -- 2.281
mot
noun; oblique singular <mot> word -- 5.203
mouroit
verb; third person singular imperfective <morir> kill, die -- 8.45
mout
adverb, adjective; <molt, mult, mout> many, much, very -- 8.172, 8.197
mult
adverb, adjective; <molt, mult, mout> many, much, very -- 1.120, 2.35, 3.288, 3.390, 7.130, 7.227
mun
possessive; first person singular oblique singular masculine <mon> my -- 3.200
muntaigne
noun; oblique singular <montaigne> mountain -- 1.54
mur
noun; nominative singular <mur> wall -- 1.40
murs
noun; oblique plural <mur> wall -- 1.104
n'ai cure de
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; first person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be + noun; oblique singular <cure> care, anxiety + preposition; <de> of, from -- 9.95
n'aperçoit
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; third person singular present <apercevoir> notice, know -- 8.133
nate
noun; oblique singular <nate> matting -- 3.331
n'avoit
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; third person singular imperfective <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 7.212
n'avra
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; third person singular future <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 8.295
n'avreie
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; first person singular conditional <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 5.168
ne
negation; <ne, nen> not -- 1.81, 1.148, 1.304, 2.357, 3.45, 3.184, 3.244, 3.254, 3.355, 5.35, 5.40, 5.71, 5.180, 5.189, 5.220, 6.46, 6.85, 6.290, 7.145, 7.167, 8.88, 8.165, 8.284, 9.62, 9.145
ne
negation; <ne, ni> nor, and not -- 1.41, 2.306, 2.308, 2.310, 2.313, 2.315, 3.257, 3.264, 4.59, 4.64, 4.69, 6.238, 6.240, 6.242, 6.249, 6.251, 6.294
ne l'en est rien
negation; <ne, ni> nor, and not + personal pronoun; third person singular indirect object masculine <il> he + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it + verb; third person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be + indefinite pronoun; <rien> anything -- 3.311
ned
negation; <ne, ni> nor, and not -- 4.62
nef
noun; nominative singular <nef> ship -- 3.15
nef
noun; oblique singular <nef> ship -- 3.57
Neimes
proper name; nominative singular <Neimes> Naimes -- 2.131
nel
negation; <ne, nen> not + personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he -- 3.38, 3.259
n'en
negation; <ne, nen> not + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 5.68
nen
negation; <ne, nen> not -- 1.69, 1.144, 2.303
nes
negation; <ne, nen> not -- 1.76
n'eüst
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; third person singular subjunctive imperfective <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 8.115
n'i
negation; <ne, nen> not + particle; <i> there -- 1.33, 1.43, 2.320, 8.61, 8.187
niers
noun; nominative singular <nevot, neveu> grandson, nephew -- 7.46
niés
noun; nominative singular <nevot, neveu> grandson, nephew -- 2.339
n'iestes
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; second person plural present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 6.190
n'il
negation; <ne, ni> nor, and not + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative masculine <il> he -- 3.253
niule
adjective; nominative singular feminine <nul> no, not any -- 4.71
no
possessive; first person plural oblique singular feminine <nostre> our -- 10.50
nom
noun; oblique singular <nom, non> name, title -- 4.125
non
negation; <non> not -- 4.73, 4.81, 4.171, 4.203
non
noun; oblique singular <nom, non> name, title -- 10.136
nonchiet
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <noncier> announce, tell -- 10.147
nonque
adverb; <nonque> never -- 4.119
nonsavoir
noun; oblique singular <nonsavoir> ignorance -- 9.194
no'nt
negation; <non> not + adverb; <ent, end> subsequently -- 4.40
nos
negation; <non> not + personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <se> he -- 4.178
nos
personal pronoun; first person plural direct object <nos> we -- 4.230, 4.236, 4.245
nos
personal pronoun; first person plural nominative <nos> we -- 5.210
nos
possessive; first person plural oblique plural feminine <nostre> our -- 10.73
nos coist
negation; <non> not + personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <se> he + verb; third person singular preterite <cuire> cook, burn -- 4.175
n'ose
negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; first person singular present <oser> dare -- 9.115
nostre
possessive; first person plural nominative plural masculine <nostre> our -- 2.62
nostre
possessive; first person plural nominative singular masculine <nostre> our -- 1.8, 10.209
Nostre Dame
possessive; first person plural nominative singular feminine <nostre> our + noun; nominative singular <dame> lady, dame -- 9.7, 9.92, 9.174, 9.208, 9.287
nous
personal pronoun; first person plural direct object <nos> we -- 10.60
nous
personal pronoun; first person plural indirect object <nos> we -- 10.67
nous
personal pronoun; first person plural nominative <nos> we -- 10.41
nu
negation; <ne, nen> not + personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <il> he -- 5.73
num
noun; oblique singular <nom, non> name, title -- 3.105
numet
verb; third person singular present <nomer> name, call -- 3.107
nus
adjective; nominative singular masculine <nul> no, not any -- 6.244
o
conjunction; <o, u> or -- 2.322, 2.324
o
demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <o, ou, euc> this -- 4.95, 4.174
ocis
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <ocire> kill -- 1.150
od
preposition; <ot, od, of, o> with -- 1.106
oez
verb; second person plural present <oir, odir> hear -- 2.165, 7.81
oil
noun; nominative plural <oeuil, oil> eye -- 3.183
oilz
noun; oblique plural <oeuil, oil> eye -- 2.379, 3.287
oïr
verb; infinitive <oir, odir> hear -- 5.208
oisel
noun; oblique singular <oisel> bird -- 8.116
Oliver
proper name; nominative singular <Oliver> Oliver -- 1.172
omque
adverb; <onques> once, ever -- 4.76
oncques
adverb; <onques> once, ever -- 8.185
ont
verb; third person plural present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 9.41
or
adverb; <or> now -- 3.403, 5.99, 5.242, 6.206, 6.310, 7.5, 9.227
or
conjunction; <or> now -- 9.52
or
noun; oblique singular <or> gold -- 4.61
oram
verb; first person plural imperative <orer> pray -- 4.227
orisons
noun; oblique singular <orison, oraison> prayer, speech -- 10.18
os
demonstrative; oblique plural neuter <o, ou, euc> this -- 4.148
ostel
noun; oblique singular <ostel> house, dwelling -- 3.213
ot
verb; third person singular present <oir, odir> hear -- 3.173, 5.101
ot
verb; third person singular preterite <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 8.188
otroie
verb; third person singular present <otroier, otrier> grant, agree -- 6.44
ou
relative pronoun; <ou, u> where -- 3.326, 7.232
out
verb; third person singular preterite <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 1.206, 3.241, 6.317
pagiens
adjective; nominative singular masculine <paien> pagan, heathen -- 4.183
pagiens
noun; oblique plural <paien, pagien> pagan, heathen -- 4.106
paien
noun; oblique singular <paien, pagien> pagan, heathen -- 1.147, 2.325
paiene
adjective; oblique singular feminine <paien> pagan, heathen -- 2.222
pain
noun; oblique singular <pain> bread -- 3.215
pais
verb; second person singular imperative <paistre, pestre> feed -- 3.161
paist
verb; third person singular present <paistre, pestre> feed -- 3.333
palies
noun; oblique plural <paile> precious cloth -- 1.223
pance
noun; oblique singular <pance> stomach, belly -- 9.293
pansez
verb; second person plural imperative <penser> think, pay attention -- 6.158
par
preposition; <par> through, by, by reason of -- 1.322, 1.325, 2.15, 3.71, 3.102, 4.248, 5.138, 8.65, 8.68, 8.106, 8.141, 9.17, 9.193, 10.135, 10.169
par foi
preposition; <par> through, by, by reason of + noun; oblique singular <foi, fei> faith, honor -- 5.5, 5.66, 5.116
par le men escïentre
preposition; <par> through, by, by reason of + definite article; oblique singular masculine <li> the + possessive; first person singular oblique singular masculine <mon> my + noun; oblique singular <escïent> knowledge -- 2.138
par mi
preposition; <parmi, par mi> through, in the middle -- 8.34
par nule guise unces
preposition; <par> through, by, by reason of + adjective; oblique singular feminine <nul> no, not any + noun; oblique singular <guise> way, manner + adverb; <onques> once, ever -- 3.243
parage
noun; oblique singular <parage> family, origin, rank -- 3.353
paramenz
noun; oblique plural <parament> finery, precious object -- 4.65
pardon
noun; oblique singular <pardon> grace, permission -- 5.26
pardounot
verb; third person singular preterite <pardoner> forgive, pardon -- 5.135
parenz
noun; oblique plural <parent> father, parent -- 3.35
parlement
noun; oblique singular <parlement> conversation, word, meeting -- 5.53
parler
verb; infinitive <parler> speak, talk -- 5.102
parlez
verb; second person plural present <parler> speak, talk -- 5.16
parole
noun; oblique singular <parole> word, speech -- 5.119
parole
verb; third person singular present <parler> speak, talk -- 9.6, 9.93, 9.112, 9.269
parolle
noun; oblique singular <parole> word, speech -- 10.69
part
noun; oblique singular <part> part, portion -- 8.189
parvient
verb; third person singular present <parvenir> arrive -- 2.294
pas
negation; <pas> not -- 5.37, 5.222, 8.132, 8.167
pecchez
noun; oblique plural <pechié> sin, mistake -- 2.267
peceiez
verb; perfective participle oblique plural masculine <pecier> smash to pieces -- 1.105
pedre
noun; nominative singular <pere> father -- 3.175, 3.232
pedre
noun; oblique singular <pere> father -- 3.83
peine
noun; oblique singular <peine, paine> torment, suffering -- 2.99
pende
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <pendre> hang -- 9.279
penét
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <pener> torture, suffer -- 3.383
pensas
verb; second person singular preterite <penser> think, pay attention -- 9.240
per
preposition; <par> through, by, by reason of -- 7.189
perdesse
verb; third person singular subjunctive imperfective <perdre> lose, perish -- 4.144
Pere
noun; oblique singular <Perre> Peter -- 8.108
pere
noun; nominative singular <pere> father -- 8.95, 10.38
peril
noun; oblique singular <peril> danger -- 7.78
perir
verb; infinitive <perir> perish, destroy -- 5.43
pert
verb; third person singular present <perdre> lose, perish -- 6.243
perte
noun; oblique singular <perte> fall, destruction -- 8.226
petit
adjective, adverb; <petit> small, little -- 7.132, 8.173
Phynepople
proper name; oblique singular <Phynepople> Phynepople -- 7.219
pieche
noun; oblique singular <piece> piece, segment -- 10.142
pied
noun; oblique singular <pié> foot -- 1.319, 2.317
piere
noun; oblique singular <piere, pierre> stone, prison -- 10.131
pierre
noun; oblique singular <piere, pierre> stone, prison -- 6.228
pin
noun; oblique singular <pin> pine tree -- 1.257, 2.201
plaint
verb; perfective participle nominative plural masculine <plaindre> complain, regret, mourn -- 7.133
plaire
verb; infinitive <plaire> please -- 8.144
pleier
verb; infinitive <ploier> bend, yield -- 4.77
plein
adjective; oblique singular masculine <plein, plain> full -- 2.316
pleins
adjective; oblique plural masculine <plein, plain> full -- 1.14
pleüst
verb; third person singular subjunctive imperfective <plaire> please -- 8.121
ploré
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <plorer> cry, shed tears -- 6.318
plourer
verb; infinitive <plorer> cry, shed tears -- 10.9
pluiseurs
indefinite pronoun; nominative plural masculine <plusor, pluisor> several -- 10.150
plurent
verb; third person plural present <plorer> cry, shed tears -- 2.377, 3.181
plurer
verb; infinitive <plorer> cry, shed tears -- 3.290
plus
adverb; <plus> more -- 1.238, 3.363, 6.275, 7.214, 8.272
plus est pres de
adverb; <plus> more + verb; third person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be + preposition; <pres de> close to -- 3.10
poet
verb; third person singular present <pooir, poeir, poier> can, be able -- 1.77
poez
verb; second person plural present <pooir, poeir, poier> can, be able -- 6.57
pois
verb; first person singular present <pooir, poeir, poier> can, be able -- 2.353
polle
noun; nominative singular <polle> girl -- 4.79
poor
noun; oblique singular <paor, peor> fear -- 5.184, 5.235, 5.240
por
preposition; <por> for -- 3.195, 4.60, 4.66, 4.94, 4.147, 4.173, 4.229, 5.96, 5.107, 6.26, 6.30, 6.297, 9.80, 9.209, 9.232
por ce que
preposition; <por> for + demonstrative; oblique singular neuter <cil> that + conjunction; <que> that -- 7.137
porroit
verb; third person singular conditional <pooir, poeir, poier> can, be able -- 5.105
porte
verb; third person singular present <porter> carry, bring, wear -- 6.265
porz
noun; oblique plural <port> harbour, port -- 3.8
post
preposition; <post> after -- 4.239
pou
adverb; <poi, pou, pau> little, few -- 7.207
poués
verb; second person singular present <pooir, poeir, poier> can, be able -- 8.234
pour
preposition; <por> for -- 8.282, 10.177, 10.194
pour coi
preposition; <por> for + interrogative; oblique <qui> what -- 10.39
pourchace
verb; third person singular present <porchacier> seek, pursue -- 8.230
poures
noun; oblique plural <povre> poor -- 10.108
pouret
verb; third person singular pluperfect <pooir, poeir, poier> can, be able -- 4.75
pourueeres
noun; nominative singular <porveor> purveyor -- 10.106
poverte
noun; oblique singular <poverté> poverty, misery -- 3.349
preiement
noun; oblique singular <priement> prayer -- 4.70
preier
verb; infinitive <prier, preier> pray, beg, beseech -- 4.232
prendrai
verb; first person singular future <prendre> take, take hold of, seize -- 5.181
prendre
verb; infinitive <prendre> take, take hold of, seize -- 6.321
prent
verb; third person singular present <prendre> take, take hold of, seize -- 5.244
prés
adverb <pres> close -- 7.166
presentede
verb; perfective participle oblique singular feminine <presenter> present, offer, bring before the judge -- 4.97
prest
verb; first person singular present <prester> lend -- 6.217
prester
verb; infinitive <prester> lend -- 6.293
pries
adverb <pres> close -- 10.188
pris
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <prendre> take, take hold of, seize -- 8.178, 9.44
prisa
verb; third person singular preterite <prisier, proisier> esteem, appreciate -- 8.174
prise
verb; perfective participle oblique singular feminine <prendre> take, take hold of, seize -- 1.101
prison
noun; oblique singular <prison> captivity, prison -- 6.237
pristrent
verb; third person plural preterite <prendre> take, take hold of, seize -- 7.101
proier
verb; infinitive <prier, preier> pray, beg, beseech -- 9.54
pucele
noun; nominative singular <pucele> girl, servant, maiden -- 9.154
puet
verb; third person singular present <pooir, poeir, poier> can, be able -- 3.186, 5.205, 6.253, 8.62
pui
noun; nominative plural <pui> mountain, hill -- 2.30
puis
adverb; <puis> subsequently -- 7.105, 7.113, 7.235
pulcele
noun; nominative singular <pucele> girl, servant, maiden -- 3.238
pulcella
noun; nominative singular <pucele> girl, servant, maiden -- 4.6
pur
preposition; <por> for -- 1.231, 2.231, 2.265, 3.123, 3.162, 3.199, 3.293, 3.296
puroffrid
verb; third person singular preterite <porofrir> present -- 2.270
quanque
pronoun; <quanque> all that -- 3.208
quant
conjunction; <quant> when -- 3.27, 3.172, 7.157
quar
conjunction; <quar, car> for, because -- 3.120, 9.255
qu'asproier
conjunction; <que> that + verb; infinitive <asproier> torment, prosecute -- 9.65
que
conjunction; <que> than -- 3.366, 6.277, 10.64
que
conjunction; <que> that -- 1.79, 2.166, 2.179, 2.235, 2.239, 2.318, 2.355, 3.358, 4.228, 5.10, 5.17, 5.127, 5.164, 5.209, 6.83, 6.135, 7.12, 7.31, 7.129, 7.210, 8.87, 8.134, 8.152, 9.61, 9.276, 10.162
que
interrogative; oblique <qui> what -- 9.127, 9.147
que
relative pronoun; object <qui> that -- 6.117, 6.130, 6.214, 7.229, 9.190, 9.251, 10.78
que
relative pronoun; object <qui> who -- 9.39
quë
conjunction; <que> that -- 5.186
qued
conjunction; <que> that -- 3.36, 3.407, 4.121, 4.233
qu'el
conjunction; <que> that + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative feminine <il> he -- 6.45
quel
interrogative; oblique singular feminine <quel> what -- 3.266
qu'elle
conjunction; <que> than + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative feminine <il> he -- 4.143
qu'elle
conjunction; <que> that + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative feminine <il> he -- 4.45
quels
interrogative; nominative singular masculine <quel> what -- 3.261
qu'en
conjunction; <que> that + preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of -- 8.111
qu'en
conjunction; <que> when + preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of -- 9.162
quens
noun; nominative singular <conte> count -- 2.72, 2.248
quer
noun; oblique singular <cuer, coer, cor> heart -- 2.189
querre
verb; infinitive <quere, querre> look for, want, ask -- 9.198
quet
relative pronoun; oblique <qui> who -- 3.239
quex
relative pronoun; nominative singular feminine <quel> which -- 6.229
qu'i
relative pronoun; object <qui> who + personal pronoun; third person plural nominative <il> they -- 7.144
qui
interrogative; nominative singular <qui> who -- 9.12
qui
relative pronoun; object <qui> who -- 9.122
qui
relative pronoun; subject <qui> that -- 5.241, 7.223, 10.132
qui
relative pronoun; subject <qui> who -- 6.10, 6.263, 7.14, 7.43, 7.49, 7.104, 7.112, 7.164, 7.173, 8.9, 8.29, 8.41, 8.82, 8.117, 8.131, 8.140, 8.169, 8.219, 8.250, 8.277, 8.288, 9.15, 9.69
quierent
verb; third person plural present <quere, querre> look for, want, ask -- 8.251
quiert
verb; third person singular present <quere, querre> look for, want, ask -- 8.222
qu'il
conjunction; <que> that + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative masculine <il> he -- 2.249, 6.48, 8.60, 10.148
quinze
numeral; <quinze> fifteen -- 1.213
quis
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <quere, querre> look for, want, ask -- 3.210
randre
verb; infinitive <rendre> give, return -- 9.273
raneiet
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <renoier, renier> abjure, deny -- 4.47
ravoir
verb; infinitive <ravoir> have back -- 9.189
noun; oblique singular <ré, rei, rez> stake -- 5.219
recleimet
verb; third person singular present <reclamer> call upon, invoke, beg -- 1.75
reconut
verb; third person singular preterite <reconoistre> recognize -- 3.101
recreant
adjective; oblique singular masculine <recreant> exhausted, cowardly -- 6.87
recunuissent
verb; third person plural subjunctive present <reconoistre> recognize -- 3.39
refai
verb; second person singular imperative <refaire> repair -- 10.72
regiel
adjective; oblique singular masculine <regal> royal, of the king -- 4.68
regne
noun; oblique singular <regne> kingdom, country -- 3.30
rei
noun; oblique singular <roi> king -- 1.183
reis
noun; nominative singular <roi> king -- 1.7, 1.63, 1.272, 2.59, 2.116, 2.350
relef
noun; oblique singular <relef> remains, scraps -- 3.336
remaigne
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <remanoir> stay, remain, resist -- 1.39
remés
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <remanoir> stay, remain, resist -- 1.45
remés
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <remanoir> stay, remain, resist -- 1.146
remest
verb; third person singular preterite <remanoir> stay, remain, resist -- 7.202
Renart
proper name; nominative singular <Renart> Renart -- 8.28, 8.79, 8.135, 8.164, 8.184
Rencesvals
proper name; oblique singular <Rencesvals> Roncevaux -- 2.293
rendirent
verb; third person plural preterite <rendre> give, return -- 7.107
Renier de Trit
proper name; oblique singular <Renier de Trit> Renier de Trit -- 7.161
Reniers
proper name; nominative singular <Renier> Renier -- 7.32
Reniers de Trit
proper name; nominative singular <Renier de Trit> Renier de Trit -- 7.13, 7.201
rent
verb; second person singular imperative <rendre> give, return -- 9.248
requerre
verb; infinitive <requerre> ask, beseech -- 5.76
requiert
verb; third person singular present <requerre> ask, beseech -- 6.72
resort
noun; oblique singular <resort> restriction, remedy, defense -- 5.166
resovient
verb; third person singular present <resovenir> remember -- 6.271
respont
verb; third person singular present <respondre> answer -- 2.129
respundre
verb; infinitive <respondre> answer -- 2.42
reuele
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <reveler> reveal, make known -- 10.213
revellee
verb; perfective participle oblique singular feminine <reveler> revolt -- 7.93
rex
noun; nominative singular <regem> king -- 4.100, 4.182
riches
adjective; nominative singular masculine <riche> powerful, strong, generous -- 3.118
rien
noun; oblique singular <rien, ren> thing, creature, person -- 5.124
roevet
verb; third person singular present <rover> ask, call upon, order -- 2.145
roi
noun; oblique singular <roi> king -- 6.79, 7.109
roîne
noun; nominative singular <reine, raine, roine> queen -- 9.83
rois
noun; nominative singular <roi> king -- 5.207
Rollant
proper name; nominative singular <Rollant> Roland -- 1.170, 2.5, 2.73, 2.167, 2.178, 2.283
Rome
proper name; oblique singular <Rome> Rome -- 3.11, 3.62
rose
noun; nominative singular <rose> rose -- 9.120
roveret
verb; third person singular pluperfect <rover> ask, call upon, order -- 4.188
rues
noun; oblique plural <rue> street, village -- 3.73
rumput
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <rompre> break, burst -- 2.81
ruovet
verb; third person singular present <rover> ask, call upon, order -- 4.210
sa
possessive; third person singular nominative singular feminine <son> his -- 2.244, 3.359
sa
possessive; third person singular oblique singular feminine <son> his -- 2.10, 2.218, 2.261, 2.370, 3.330, 3.338, 4.145, 7.51, 8.225, 8.228, 8.279
sacet
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <savoir> know -- 3.362
saches
verb; second person singular subjunctive present <savoir> know -- 9.183
sachiez
verb; second person plural imperative <savoir> know -- 6.134, 7.128
saciés
verb; second person plural subjunctive present <savoir> know -- 5.130
sai
verb; first person singular present <savoir> know -- 5.161, 9.146
saige
adjective; oblique singular feminine <saige, saive> clever, educated -- 8.273
sains Barintes
adjective; nominative singular masculine <saint> holy + proper name; nominative singular <Barintes> Barind -- 10.96
sains Brandains
adjective; nominative singular masculine <saint> holy + proper name; nominative singular <Brandain> Brendan -- 10.27
saint
adjective; oblique singular masculine <saint> holy -- 3.18, 8.107
saint Brandain
adjective; oblique singular masculine <saint> holy + proper name; oblique singular <Brandain> Brendan -- 10.98
saive
adjective; nominative plural masculine <saige, saive> clever, educated -- 1.239
saluerent
verb; third person plural preterite <saluer> salute, greet -- 1.321
s'amie
possessive; third person singular oblique singular feminine <son> his + noun; object singular <amie> friend -- 6.269
sanc
noun; oblique singular <sanc> blood -- 6.241
sanglente
adjective; oblique singular feminine <sanglent> bloody -- 2.77
Sansun
proper name; nominative singular <Sansun> Sansun -- 1.173
santez
noun; nominative singular <santé> health, well-being -- 6.22
Saraguce
proper name; oblique singular <Saraguce> Saragossa -- 1.49
Sathan
proper name; nominative singular <Satan> Satan -- 9.220, 9.221, 9.268
savoit
verb; third person singular imperfective <savoir> know -- 5.157
scet
verb; third person singular present <savoir> know -- 8.59
se
conjunction; <se> if -- 6.125, 6.137, 6.150, 6.188, 8.103
conjunction; <se> if -- 5.132
se coucha
verb; third person singular preterite <se coucher> lie down -- 10.11
se dementet
verb; third person singular present <se dementer> lament -- 2.168
se departi
verb; third person singular preterite <se departir> leave, go away -- 10.111
se fait
verb; third person singular present <se faire> be -- 1.94
se hasta
verb; third person singular preterite <se haster, se hasteier> hasten -- 10.193
se n'est
conjunction; <se> if + negation; <ne, nen> not + verb; third person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 8.64
se pasment
verb; third person plural present <se pasmer> faint, swoon -- 2.385
se repose
verb; third person singular present <se reposer> rest -- 9.126
secle
noun; oblique singular <siecle, secle, seule> earthly life, world -- 3.44
sei
pronoun personal; third person singular direct object <se> he -- 3.415
seit
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 1.149
sempre
adverb; <sempres, sempre> always, immediately -- 4.80
s'en
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <se> he + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 3.185
sen
noun; oblique singular <sen, sens> direction, sense -- 8.264
s'en alerent
personal pronoun; third person plural direct object <se> he + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it + verb; third person plural preterite <aler> go -- 7.188
s'en cuidoient venir
personal pronoun; third person plural direct object <se> he + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it + verb; third person plural imperfective <cuidier> think + verb; infinitive <venir> come, go -- 7.69
s'en deit aler
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <se> he + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it + verb; third person singular present <devoir> have to + verb; infinitive <aler> go -- 3.409
s'en redutet
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <se> he + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it + verb; third person singular present <redoter> be afraid, fear -- 3.32
sent
verb; first person singular present <sentir> smell, feel -- 9.139
sent
verb; third person singular present <sentir> smell, feel -- 2.177
senter
noun; oblique singular <sentier> path -- 2.309
sera
verb; third person singular future <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 9.159
seret
verb; third person singular conditional <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 5.221
seroie
verb; first person singular conditional <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 5.62, 5.145
serre
noun; oblique singular <serre> prison -- 9.225
sert
verb; third person singular present <servir> serve -- 1.72
servant
noun; oblique singular <servant> servant -- 3.412
servir
verb; infinitive <servir> serve -- 4.31
servise
noun; oblique singular <servise> devotion, favor, task -- 3.386
s'es
conjunction; <se> if + verb; second person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 9.226
ses
possessive; third person singular nominative plural feminine <son> his -- 2.53
ses
possessive; third person singular nominative plural masculine <son> his -- 2.103
ses
possessive; third person singular nominative singular masculine <son> his -- 7.33, 7.39, 7.45
ses
possessive; third person singular oblique plural masculine <son> his -- 1.107, 2.266, 3.34, 3.98, 7.66, 10.199
s'espee
possessive; third person singular oblique singular feminine <son> his + noun; oblique singular <espee> sword -- 2.214
s'est
conjunction; <si> and, and thus + verb third person singular present; <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 1.301
set
numeral; <set> seven -- 1.11
set
verb; third person singular present <savoir> know -- 3.404, 6.47
seü
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <savoir> know -- 9.178
seule
noun; oblique singular <siecle, secle, seule> earthly life, world -- 4.207
seürs
adjective; nominative singular masculine <seur> sure -- 6.124
si
adverb; <si> thus, that way, that much -- 3.380, 7.76, 7.140, 7.165, 8.149, 9.73
si
conjunction; <si> and, and thus -- 2.155, 2.159, 4.209, 5.125, 6.273, 7.89, 7.99, 7.179, 8.180, 10.35
si
possessive; third person singular nominative plural masculine <son> his -- 1.125, 2.380, 3.182
s'i est culchet
personal pronoun; third person singular direct object <se> he + particle; <i> there + verb; third person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be + verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <couchier> lie down -- 2.209
siedent
verb; third person plural present <seoir> sit, be seated -- 1.225
siet
verb; third person singular present <seoir> sit, be seated -- 1.270
sieulent
verb; third person plural present <soloir> be accustomed -- 8.254
s'il
conjunction; <se> if + personal pronoun; third person singular nominative masculine <il> he -- 5.98
sil
conjunction; <si> and, and thus + personal pronoun; third person singular direct object masculine <il> he -- 1.320, 3.100
sim
conjunction; <si> and, and thus + personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I -- 3.160
s'ire
possessive; third person singular oblique singular feminine <son> his + noun; oblique singular <ire> anger, distress -- 5.24, 5.143
sire
noun; nominative singular <seignor> lord -- 3.117, 5.6, 5.137, 6.54, 6.74, 6.313, 8.5
sires
noun; nominative singular <seignor> lord -- 10.210
si'st
adverb; <si> thus, that way, that much + verb; third person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 3.312
soi
verb; first person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 3.158
soiez
verb; second person plural imperative <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 6.123, 6.184
sole
adjective; nominative singular feminine <sol> alone -- 5.86
some
noun; oblique singular <som, some> sleep -- 5.182
son
possessive; third person singular nominative singular masculine <son> his -- 8.153, 8.208
son
possessive; third person singular oblique singular masculine <son> his -- 3.411, 5.140, 8.17, 8.142, 8.170
sont
verb; third person plural present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 6.172
s'or
conjunction; <si> if + adverb; <or> now -- 5.156
sostendreiet
verb; third person singular conditional <sostenir> sustain, support -- 4.140
soure
preposition; <seur, soure, sur, sor> on, over, to, above -- 4.105
souue
possessive; third person singular oblique singular feminine <son> his -- 4.249
souvent
adverb; <sovent> frequently, often -- 8.239
sovent
adverb; <sovent> frequently, often -- 3.227
soventes
adjective; oblique plural feminine <sovent> many -- 3.277
soz
preposition; <sos, soz> under -- 3.323
spede
noun; oblique singular <espee> sword -- 4.186
Stanemac
proper name; oblique singular <Stanemac> Stanemac -- 7.222
sucurez
verb; second person plural imperative <secorer> go to the help of -- 2.160
sue
possessive; third person singular nominative singular feminine <son> his -- 3.394
sue
possessive; third person singular oblique singular feminine <son> his -- 3.163
sui
verb; first person singular present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 5.85, 5.247
s'un
conjunction; <se> if + indefinite article; oblique singular masculine <un> a -- 5.202
sun
possessive; third person singular oblique singular masculine <son> his -- 2.79, 3.29, 3.82, 3.103, 3.179, 3.351, 3.368, 3.381, 3.385
sunet
verb; third person singular present <suner, soner> sound, utter -- 2.19, 2.94
sunt
verb; third person plural present <estre, iestre, aistre> be -- 2.28
suon
possessive; third person singular oblique masculine <son> his -- 4.130
sur
preposition; <seur, soure, sur, sor> on, over, to, above -- 1.222, 2.187, 2.206, 3.329
sus en
adverb; <sus, suz> up, above + preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of -- 4.50
suz
preposition; <sos, soz> under -- 3.135
ta
possessive; second person singular oblique singular feminine <ton> your -- 3.126, 9.96, 9.185
tabla
noun; oblique singular <table> table -- 3.339
tables
noun; oblique plural <table> game -- 1.229
t'ai
personal pronoun; second person singular direct object <tu> you + verb; first person singular present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 9.177
tans
noun; oblique singular <tens, tans> time, weather -- 10.144
tant
adverb; <tant> so, so much -- 2.351, 8.118
tantost
adverb; <tantost> immediately -- 6.42, 8.177
te
personal pronoun; second person singular direct object <tu> you -- 9.187
te
personal pronoun; second person singular indirect object <tu> you -- 3.204, 9.290
te
possessive; second person singular oblique singular feminine <ton> your -- 10.44
tel
adjective; oblique singular feminine <tel> such -- 3.148, 5.12, 10.172
temples
noun; nominative singular <temple> temple, forehead -- 2.85
tendrement
adverb; <tendrement> tenderly -- 3.289
tendroie
verb; first person singular conditional <tenir> hold, keep, seize, consider -- 5.52
tenir
verb; infinitive <tenir> hold, keep, seize, consider -- 5.106, 8.57
tenis
verb; second person singular preterite <tenir> hold, keep, seize, consider -- 9.78
tenoit
verb; third person singular imperfective <tenir> hold, keep, seize, consider -- 7.231, 8.15
tere
noun; oblique singular <terre> land, country, earth -- 1.24, 2.312, 2.384
terme
noun; oblique singular <terme> term, period, period of time -- 6.129
termine
noun; oblique singular <termine> period of time -- 6.105
terre
noun; oblique singular <terre> land, country, earth -- 3.267, 5.89, 7.92, 9.231, 10.13, 10.31
teste
noun; oblique singular <teste> head -- 2.186, 2.219
testes
noun; oblique plural <teste> head -- 7.118
Theophile
proper name; nominative singular <Theophile> Theophile -- 9.111, 9.175
Theophile
proper name; oblique singular <Theophile> Theophile -- 9.9, 9.212
Theophiles
proper name; nominative singular <Theophile> Theophile -- 9.26, 9.36
tien
verb; first person singular present <tenir> hold, keep, seize, consider -- 8.274
tient
verb; third person singular present <tenir> hold, keep, seize, consider -- 1.66, 1.276, 6.239
Tiercelin
proper name; nominative singular <Tiercelin> Tiercelin -- 8.6, 8.81, 8.186
tiret
verb; third person singular present <tirer> pull -- 2.369
tolir
verb; infinitive <tolir> take off, cut off -- 4.189
tolirent
verb; third person plural preterite <tolir> take off, cut off -- 7.62
ton
possessive; second person singular oblique singular masculine <ton> your -- 9.81
tornoier
verb; infinitive <tornoier> whirl around, tourney -- 6.82
tort
noun; oblique singular <tort> mistake -- 5.8
tost
adverb; <tost> soon, immediately, quickly -- 4.168, 6.160
tot
adverb; <tot> entirely -- 6.235
tote
adjective; nominative singular feminine <tot> all, every, completely -- 5.84
tous
adjective; oblique plural masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 8.120
tout
adjective; oblique singular masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 8.112
toz
adjective; nominative singular masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 6.121
traït
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <trair> betray -- 2.141
trenble
verb; third person singular present <trembler> tremble -- 5.234
trencier
verb; infinitive <trenchier> cut -- 7.119
trent'e quatre
numeral; <trente et quatre> thirty four -- 3.377
tres
adverb; <tres> much, very -- 6.6
trespassïez
verb; second person plural imperfective <trespasser> pass, cross, go by -- 6.127
tresprent
verb; third person singular present <tresprendre> overcome completely -- 2.183
tresqu'en
preposition; <tresqu', trusqu'> up to, until + preposition; <en> in, into, on, on top of -- 1.19
trestout
reinforcing element; <tres>... + adjective; oblique singular masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 8.183
trestut
reinforcing element; <tres>... + adjective; oblique singular masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 3.367
trestute
reinforcing element; <tres>... + adjective; nominative singular feminine <tot> all, every, completely -- 2.243
Tristan
proper name; nominative singular <Tristan> Tristan -- 5.67, 5.167
tristeche
noun; oblique singular <tristece> sadness, horror -- 10.42
trois
numeral; <trois> three -- 10.186
trop
adverb; <trop> too much, extremely, excessively -- 5.64, 5.246, 8.291, 9.259
trouva
verb; third person singular preterite <trover> find -- 10.124
troverent
verb; third person plural preterite <trover> find -- 7.90
tu
personal pronoun; second person singular nominative <tu> you -- 3.146, 9.14, 9.76, 9.191, 9.223, 9.256, 10.59, 10.79
tuit
adjective; nominative plural masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 4.226, 7.185
tun
possessive; second person singular oblique singular masculine <ton> your -- 3.136, 3.143
turnat
verb; third person singular preterite <torner> turn, return -- 2.217
turs
noun; oblique plural <tor> tower -- 1.110
tut
adjective; oblique singular masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 1.266, 1.289, 3.203
tut
adverb; <tot> entirely -- 3.157, 3.292
tutes
adjective; nominative plural feminine <tot> all, every, completely -- 2.55
tuz
adjective; oblique plural masculine <tot> all, every, completely -- 1.13
u
conjunction; <o, u> or -- 1.151
u
interrogative adverb; <ou> where -- 2.335
u
relative pronoun; <ou, u> where -- 1.200
un
indefinite article; oblique singular masculine <un> a -- 1.165, 1.256, 1.259, 1.261, 2.200, 3.6, 3.140, 6.104, 6.165, 8.19
unces nïent
adverb; <onques> once, ever + adverb; <nïent> not at all -- 3.295
une
indefinite article; oblique singular feminine <un> a -- 1.53, 4.185, 5.123, 6.23, 7.9, 7.190, 10.125, 10.140
uns
indefinite article; nominative singular masculine <un> a -- 7.225
unt
verb; third person plural present <avoir, aveir> have, be -- 1.124, 1.264
va
verb; third person singular present <aler> go -- 9.207
va t'en
verb; second person singular imperative <aler> go + personal pronoun; second person singular direct object <tu> you + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 9.98
vaine
adjective; oblique singular feminine <vain> weak, empty -- 8.220
vainne
adjective; oblique singular feminine <vain> weak, empty -- 8.252
vait
verb; third person singular present <aler> go -- 3.70
vas
verb; second person singular present <aler> go -- 9.16
veer
verb; infinitive <veer> refuse, forbid -- 5.95
veie
noun; oblique singular <veie> road -- 2.307
veill
adjective; nominative plural masculine <vieil, veil> old -- 1.242
veintre
verb; infinitive <veintre> vanquish, conquer, overcome -- 4.23
veirement
adverb; <voirement> really -- 2.238
veit
verb; third person singular present <veoir> see -- 3.280
venir
verb; infinitive <venir> come, go -- 4.247, 5.194, 6.161, 10.195
venistes
verb; second person plural subjunctive imperfective <venir> come, go -- 10.47
venue
noun; oblique singular <venue> arrival -- 10.45
venuz
verb; perfective participle nominative singular masculine <venir> come, go -- 9.228
verais
adjective; nominative singular masculine <verai> real, true -- 6.246
verger
noun; oblique singular <vergier> orchard, garden -- 1.167
vers
preposition; <vers> towards -- 2.220, 7.142
verte
adjective; oblique singular feminine <vert> green -- 2.208
vertut
noun; oblique singular <vertu> might, power, strength -- 2.17
veü
verb; perfective participle oblique singular masculine <veoir> see -- 5.193
veus
verb; perfective participle oblique plural masculine <veoir> see -- 10.81
veut
verb; third person singular present <voloir> want -- 8.289
vialt
verb; third person singular present <voloir> want -- 6.49
vieng
verb; first person singular present <venir> come, go -- 9.53
viengne
verb; third person singular subjunctive present <venir> come, go -- 9.67
vilain cas
adjective; oblique singular masculine <vilain> ugly, bad + noun; oblique singular <cas> fall, event, affair -- 9.260
vin
noun; oblique singular <vin> wine -- 3.219
vint
verb; third person singular preterite <venir> come, go -- 3.59
virent
verb; third person plural preterite <veoir> see -- 3.229, 7.162
virge
noun; nominative singular <virge> virgin -- 9.153
virginitét
noun; oblique singular <virginitét> spiritual purity, christian purity -- 4.146
visiter
verb; infinitive <viseter> visit, observe -- 10.178
vit
verb; third person singular preterite <veoir> see -- 3.28, 8.56
viut
verb; third person singular present <voloir> want -- 8.278
voel
verb; first person singular present <voloir> want -- 6.233
voelt
verb; third person singular present <voloir> want -- 2.237
voide
adjective; oblique singular feminine <vuit, vuide> empty -- 2.311
voie
noun; oblique singular <veie> road -- 7.192, 10.191
voir
adverb; <voir> truly, indeed -- 6.142, 6.286
vois
verb; first person singular present <aler> go -- 9.197
vois m'en
verb; first person singular present <aler> go + personal pronoun; first person singular direct object <jo, jou, jeu> I + pronoun; inanimate <en> of it -- 5.178, 5.245
voiz
noun; nominative singular <vois, voiz> noise, word, voice -- 2.33
volat
verb; third person singular preterite <voler> fly -- 4.216
voldrent
verb; third person plural pluperfect <voloir> want -- 4.21, 4.27
voldret
verb; third person singular pluperfect <voloir> want -- 4.179
volez
verb; second person plural present <voloir> want -- 6.152
volt
verb; third person singular present <voloir> want -- 3.356, 3.388, 4.205
vos
personal pronoun; second person plural direct object <vos> you -- 2.143, 5.19, 5.45, 5.190, 6.120
vos
personal pronoun; second person plural indirect object <vos> you -- 5.91, 5.121, 5.134, 6.60, 6.99, 6.132, 6.216, 6.232, 6.280, 6.300
vos
personal pronoun; second person plural nominative <vos> you -- 2.337, 5.72, 5.128, 6.9, 6.126, 6.138, 6.151, 6.189
vos
verb; first person singular preterite <voloir> want -- 6.292
vostre
possessive; second person plural nominative singular masculine <vostre> your -- 8.94
vostre
possessive; second person plural oblique singular feminine <vostre> your -- 2.157, 2.161, 6.27
vostre
possessive; second person plural oblique singular masculine <vostre> your -- 6.209
vous
personal pronoun; second person plural direct object <vos> you -- 9.56
vous
personal pronoun; second person plural indirect object <vos> you -- 9.272
vous
personal pronoun; second person plural nominative <vos> you -- 10.48
voz
personal pronoun; second person plural nominative <vos> you -- 7.80
vuel
verb; first person singular present <voloir> want -- 5.36, 5.126
Yvains
proper name; nominative singular <Yvain> Yvain -- 6.75, 6.314
.IX.
number; <.IX.> nine -- 7.19
.LXXX.
number; <.LXXX.> eighty -- 7.183
.VIXX.
number; <.VIXX.> six times twenty, one hundred and twenty -- 7.27
.XV.
number; <.XV.> fifteen -- 7.216
.XXX.
number; <.XXX.> thirty -- 2.38, 7.64
.XX.
number; <.XX.> twenty -- 2.386