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

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First published 2002 (DOST Vol. XI).
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Uplaid, p.p. [Late ME and e.m.E. vp laid (c1400), vplayd (1582); Lay v.1 9 b.] Of a chasuble: Lifted up from behind (in order to allow the celebrant to elevate the Host and the chalice). — c1420 Wynt. v 1262 (W).
In till the cannone he Maid of the mes Qui pridie That ȝit is vsit to be said Quhen the chesabill is vplaid [R. layde, C. laide] Befor the eleuatioun

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