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

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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).

Immensurabill, adj. Also: immensurable, inmensurabill. [late L. immensūrābilis. e.m.E. (1612) immensurable.] Immeasurable; countless, unlimited. — 1535 Stewart 3201.
God is immensurabill, In euerie place, and als inte[r]menabill
Ib. 33069.
In meit and drink and sleip also wes he Inmensurabill and out of temperance
Ib. 49785.
Of ringat-rangat … Inmensurabill war in that multitude, Of bairdis and boyis
a1568 Clerk Bann. MS. 32 a/79.

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