clepe

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clepe

 (klēp)
tr.v. cleped (klēpt, klĕpt), cleped or clept (klĕpt) or y·clept (ĭ-klĕpt′) or y·cleped (ĭ-klēpt′, ĭ-klĕpt′), clep·ing, clepes Archaic
To call; name.

[Middle English clepen, from Old English cleopian, to cry out.]

clepe

(kliːp)
vb, clepes, cleping, cleped (kliːpt; klɛpt) , clept, ycleped or yclept
(tr) archaic to call by the name of
[Old English cleopian; related to Middle Low German kleperen to rattle]

clepe

(klip)

v.t. cleped clept (also y•cleped y•clept), clep•ing. Archaic.
to call; name.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English cleopian, variant of clipian; akin to Middle Low German kleperen to rattle]

clepe


Past participle: cleped
Gerund: cleping

Imperative
clepe
clepe
Present
I clepe
you clepe
he/she/it clepes
we clepe
you clepe
they clepe
Preterite
I cleped
you cleped
he/she/it cleped
we cleped
you cleped
they cleped
Present Continuous
I am cleping
you are cleping
he/she/it is cleping
we are cleping
you are cleping
they are cleping
Present Perfect
I have cleped
you have cleped
he/she/it has cleped
we have cleped
you have cleped
they have cleped
Past Continuous
I was cleping
you were cleping
he/she/it was cleping
we were cleping
you were cleping
they were cleping
Past Perfect
I had cleped
you had cleped
he/she/it had cleped
we had cleped
you had cleped
they had cleped
Future
I will clepe
you will clepe
he/she/it will clepe
we will clepe
you will clepe
they will clepe
Future Perfect
I will have cleped
you will have cleped
he/she/it will have cleped
we will have cleped
you will have cleped
they will have cleped
Future Continuous
I will be cleping
you will be cleping
he/she/it will be cleping
we will be cleping
you will be cleping
they will be cleping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cleping
you have been cleping
he/she/it has been cleping
we have been cleping
you have been cleping
they have been cleping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cleping
you will have been cleping
he/she/it will have been cleping
we will have been cleping
you will have been cleping
they will have been cleping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cleping
you had been cleping
he/she/it had been cleping
we had been cleping
you had been cleping
they had been cleping
Conditional
I would clepe
you would clepe
he/she/it would clepe
we would clepe
you would clepe
they would clepe
Past Conditional
I would have cleped
you would have cleped
he/she/it would have cleped
we would have cleped
you would have cleped
they would have cleped
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Femperour cleped Herhaud him to, & aresound him tvene hem tvo: Sir Herhaud, pou schalt bileue wip me.
And in pe first day of Octobir deyed Pope Boneface pe IX, and in his stede was chosen pe bischop of Bononie, cleped Innocent pe VII.
Before leaving, "He cleped togider his barouns, /Erls, lordes of renouns" (Sands 177-178/Tolkien, 201-226).
For instance, The Master of Game gets the heading "The booke of huntyng, the whiche is cleped the Maystre of the game, contreved and made by my lord of York, that dyed at Achincourt, the day of the batayle, in his soverain lordes service," and The Temple of Glas is presented as "Une soynge moult plesaunt, fait a la request d'un amoreux, par Lidegate, le Moygne de Bury.
But destyne, certes, departeth and ordeyneth alle thinges singulerly and devyded in moevynges in places, in formes, in tymes, as thus: lat the unfoldynge of temporal ordenaunce, assembled and oonyd in the lokynge of the devyne thought, be cleped purveaunce, and thilke same assemblynge and oonynge, devyded and unfolden by tymes, lat that ben called destyne.
By secret wayes, that none might it espy, Was close conuaid, and to the back-gate brought, That cleped was Port Esquiline, whereby It was auoided quite, and throwne out priuily.
thorn]us ende[thorn] [thorn]e abbeye of [thorn]e holygost [thorn]at set is in / conscience In whiche ben foundet alle goode uertues / and alle foule vices ben driuen out And [thorn]us / bigynne[thorn] [thorn]e chartre of [thorn]e same abbey of [thorn]e holi-/gost Her is [thorn]e bok [thorn]at speke[thorn] of a place [thorn]at is cleped / [thorn]e abbey of [thorn]e holigost [thorn]e wzuche [sic] schulde be founded/in clene conscience In wzuche abbey as ze bok tel/le[thorn] dwelle[thorn] nine and twenti gostliche ladyes A/monge whuche Charite is abbesse wisdam prioresse / mekenesse subprioresse [thorn]er is also pouert and clannesse .
And for that cause that he had non other chylde with full grete diligence made her to be taught the Cristen feythe by wyse masteres knowyng the vij sciences, the whyche beth logyke naturel moral astronomy, geometry, musique, perspective, whyche bethe the Philosophies seculiers ynamed and cleped.
MED quotes Ipotis: 'the thridde [order of angels] is cleped Trones, the feorre Dominaciones, the fyfthe is Principatus, the sixte is Potestates'.
and desyren to be cleped maystres and lordes', recalling Langland's refusal to countenance such reverence or Chaucer's Friar glorifying in the title of mayster.
And aboue bat vale is the mount of Olyuete And it is cleped so for the plentee of Olyues bat growen bere.
18) Other manuscripts tell us that the text was written for 'Margaret', or for 'a recluse pat was i cleped [called] Margaret', or for 'an ancresse', if indeed the addressee is mentioned at all.