Re: a weird question...
|Date:||Wednesday, September 22, 1999, 5:51|
On Tue, 21 Sep 1999, Thomas R. Wier wrote:
> Nah. The word has been attested for centuries. I remember
> reading a text somewhere -- the place escapes me -- about
> all the little "dogges and cattes". (Chaucer, maybe? Dunno...
> it's shows up later than that, though, I think. )
>A quick dip into the glossary of The Riverside Chaucer produced these two
"For in this world nys dogge for the bowe" (Canterbury Tales III 1369)
"Shulle in a strete as dogges liggen dede" (Troilus and Criseyde 4.626)
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