Saugh

imp. sing.1.imp. sing. of See.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(45) "And al above, depeynted in a tour, / Saugh I Conquest, sittynge in greet honour, / With the sharpe swerd over his heed / Hangynge by a soutil twynes threed." Geoffrey Chaucer, "The Knight's Tale," in The Riverside Chaucer, ed.
But as I slepte, me mette I was [I dreamed I was] Withyn a temple ymad of glas, In which there were moo ymages Of gold, stondynge in sondry stages [on many stands], And moo ryche tabernacles, And with perre moo pynacles [And with precious stones more decorative pinnacles], And moo curiouse portreytures, And queynte maner of figures Of olde werk, then I saugh ever.
Tradition has it that on that day in 1782 John Wesley preached from under a hawthorn tree at Saugh House, near Scots Gap.
For a moment he understands the dissolution of the stasis he has so painstakingly created for himself--"He swyved thee; I saugh it with myne yeff' (2378)--but the tales final dominant agent, May, removes his access to the certain, clear sign by refusing to acknowledge it.
Unfortunately, since this petition is a small sample of text compared with a book of hundreds of folios such as Harley MS 4775, it does not contain many of the words that Hamer found Franciscus spelled in a distinctive way (such as "saugh" for saw, "womman" for woman, and "felyship" for fellowship).
It is surprisingly low-key in the Chaucer; she has to wait for an opportunity to talk to him, it seems, rather than summoning him to a big ceremony: Whan that she saugh hir tyme, upon a day'
Aurelius and his brother enter the "studie." (FranT 1207, 1214) and are enchanted with the "revel" (FranT 1204), the illusion in the library, that may allow them to trick Dorigen: And yet remoeved they nevere out of the hous, Whil they saugh al this sighte merveillous, But in his studie, ther as his bookes be, They seten stille, and no wight but they thre.
and the Jan Saugh, involved in them which he notes as 'riots', responible for making Muslim League more popular amongst the Muslim masses.
But as I slepte, me mette I was Within a temple ymad of glas, In which ther were moo ymages Of gold, stondynge in sondry stages, And moo ryche tabernacles, And with perre moo pynacles, And moo curiouse portreytures, And queynte maner of figures Of olde werk, then I saugh ever.
This Troilus this letter thoughte al straunge, Whan he it saugh and sorwfullich he sighte; Hym thoughte it lik a kalendes of change.
In the General Prologue, for instance, the narrator tells us that "She wolde wepe, if that she saugh a mous/Kaught in a trappe, if it were deed or bledde" (I.144-45) and that "soore wepte she ifoon of hem were deed,/Or if men smoot it with a yerde smerte" (I.148-49).