M. menne, whome I woulde lodge all on the weste side, and a longe the Trenche.
It is compounded of sur, over, and longe, a derivative of Lat.
Item a large and a longe carpet and iiij smale carpetts for the said chamber.
You will then have an opening, and may finish the attack by the longe.
Nether shall sowynge tyme and harvest/ colde/ and hete/ somere & wynter/ daye and nyghte ceasse/ as longe as the erth endureth.
For els as n other thing, so not healthe canne be longe durable.
longe mea discrepat istis / Et vox et ratio—Both my language and my sentiments differ widely from theirs.
For ere nis no ing so late in so short boundes of is lijf at is longe to abide.
I was right glad to heare of your good health, but sory to understand of the longe taryinge of our goods.
But he answered he would goe up and trade ther in dispite of them, and lye ther as longe as he pleased.