EMEDD Citations for "rang"

Ian Lancashire
University of Toronto

for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999

  1. rang (French entry by Randle Cotgrave 1611)

    Rang: m. A ranke, row, list, file, range, course; place, order, array; also, (plurally) the lists of a Iusts, or Turnament. Vn luth a 16 rangs. A sixteenestringd Lute; or a Lute with sixteene strings. Au rang de. Amongst, or in the companie of. Mettre sur les rangs. To make mention, haue speech of; to remember, bring vpon the Stage, or bring in among the rest; also, as Tenir sur les rangs. To deride, ride, mocke, gibe, scoffe, or ieast at.

© Feb. 1999