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Middle English Dictionary (Volume . ISBN-13: 978-0472010431.
Middle English Dictionary book. The most important modern reference work for Middle English studies. Robert E. Lewis received his . degree from Princeton University in 1959 and his . degrees from The University of Pennsylvania in 1962 and 1964, respectively.
The goal of the Middle English Dictionary is to include all meanings, grammatical forms, and spellings of all the words identified by its extensive reading program. When completed, it will represent what has been called the greatest achievement in medieval scholarship in America and the most important single project in English historical lexicography being carried out anywhere today. After sixty-five years, it will have produced about 15,000 pages. The Middle English Dictionary, a monumental scholarly endeavor that began more than fifty years ago, is scheduled to be completed.
Middle English Dictionary. This volume is only a handful of the roughly 15000 pages in the complete Middle English Dictionary (MED). ISBN-13: 978-0472012152. The title indicates that this is the second section of the complete W words list in the MED. Very authoritative. ISBN-13: 978-0472010851. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.
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Middle English Dictionary. University of Michigan Press, 1991 - 128 pages. View all . References to this book.
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Robert Cawdrey did not attend university, but became a school teacher in Oakham, Rutland, in 1563. In 1565, Cawdrey was ordained deacon and priest in 1570, and on 22 October 1571, he was made rector of South Luffenham in Rutland. However, Cawdrey was sympathetic to Puritan teachings, and got in trouble with the Church authorities.