A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Crisme, n. Also: crisyme, crysme. [ME. crisme, crysme, OE. crisma, L. chrisma.] Chrism. Sene the crisme is maid of the oile of the olive and of the balme; Irland Mir. fol. 239.
Of crisyme, quhilk is the sensibil signe … of confirmatioun; Hamilton Cat. 17/2.
The crisme is … confecket of twa thingis; Ib. 196; etc.
Sen for their crysme we haue gotten selfe-Christ; Birnie Kirk-b. xiv.

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