3d pers. s1.3d pers. sing. present of Stand.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Cok of kynde ha[thorn]e a crest rede Shape lyke a crowne, token of gret noblesse, By whyche he ha[thorn]e, whyle hit stont on hys hede, As clerkis seyn, corage & hardynes, And of hys berde melancolyk felnes : Aboute hys nek by mercyall apparayll Nature ha[thorn]e yeue hym a stately auentayll.
3) After line 812 (Sir Ote stont fetered in the mote hal), lines 813 (Yonge men sayde gamelyn this they heeren alle) and 814 (Sire Ote stant fetered in the moot hal) are lacking in this manuscript.
(132.) The early translation (1622, 161 C) reads: "inde hooghste marsse stont een vande matrosen." For mars (crow's nest, round-top) see Woordenbock der Nederlandsche taal, 9, s.v.