moup


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moup

(mʊp)
vb
Scot to nibble with a fast movement of the lips
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It begins with an injunction to its audience, conflated from two psalms, to listen to and learn from God's "profete," King David: "Parseyue ze my lawe; bowe zoure eere into pe wordis of my moup"; "parseyue wip eeris" (Pss.
Folio 145r, for example, contains the following marginal annotations that correspond to The Form's structure: "synnes of moup" (1.8) "synnes of dede" (1.22), and "synnes of omission" (1.37).