University of Toronto
for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999
Cothurne: f. A fashion of highsoled buskin vsed by the auncient Tragedians; also, a high, and loftie stile, as of a Tragedie.
Cothurne: m. ee: f. Shod with high pantosles, or, wearing highsoled buskins, as in a Tragedie.
© Feb. 1999