Dagges

(dăgz)
n. pl.1.An ornamental cutting of the edges of garments, introduced about a. d. 1346, according to the Chronicles of St Albans.
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Actes of Parliament remaining of force, which included the tenets of the Statute of Northampton to prohibit the carrying of Dagges, Pistolles, and such like, not only in Cities and Townes, [but] in all partes of the Realme in common high[ways], whereby her Majesties good qu[i]et people, desirous to live in peaceable manner, are in feare and danger of their lives.
By the Quenne Elizabeth I: A Proclamation Against the Common Use of Dagges, Handgunnes, Harquebuzes.
By the Quenne Elizabeth I: A Proclamation Against Common Use of Dagges, Handgunnes, Harquebuzes, Calliuers, and Cotes of Defence 1 (1579).