EMEDD Citations for "pegma"

Ian Lancashire
University of Toronto

for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999

  1. pegma (Latin entry by Sir Thomas Elyot 1538)

    Pegma, matis, a stage, whereon pageantes be set:or whereon plate & iewels do stand to be loked on.

  2. Pegma (Latin entry by Thomas Cooper 1565, fol. vvvv6r)

    Pegma, pégmatis, pen. cor. n. g. A stage or frame wheron pageantes be sette and caried, or wherin plate or iewels doo stande to be looked on.

  3. pegma (Latin entry by Thomas Thomas 1587)

    Pegma, atis, n. g. A stage or frame wheron pagents be set or caried, or wherin plate & iewells do stand to be looked on.

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