EMEDD Citations for "poulpitre"

Ian Lancashire
University of Toronto

for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999

  1. poulpitre (French entry by Randle Cotgrave 1611)

    Poulpitre: m. A Lecterne, (high) Deske, or Pulpit; also, a Presse for bookes to stand in; also, a Stage, or part of a Theater wherein Players act; also, a roome for Musicians in th'vpper part of a Stage; also, a threshold, or ground sill; or, as Marchepied.

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