lawe; from an old Teutonic root lag, " lie," what lies fixed or evenly; cf.
penche in hijs lawe boPe daye and ny3t.
But in fie lawe of our lorde is pe wille of him; and [in] his lawe we shall finke day and nyght.
(2) But his wille is in the lawe of the Lord; and he schal bithenke in the lawe of hym dai and ny3t.
(2) But in the lawe of the Lord his wil; and in the lawe of hym he shal sweteli thenke dai and ny3t.
Stern measures of suppression were directed not only against them but against " Goddis Lawe," the book for which they pleaded with such passionate earnestness.
But delyteth in the lawe of 1)e Lorde, & exercyseth himself in his lawe both daye and night.
Bethune is situated on a low hill at the confluence of the Lawe with the canal from Aire to Bauvin.
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