The woman was very sorry she had no butter; none was to be had in the village: she gave me oaten and barley bread.
Here we dined on broiled kid, butter, cream, and oaten bread.
Here is fish, and here an oaten cake which you wish to taste.
I gave the poor man a measure of oaten cakes, and left him to his misery.
Never did pastoral swain make sweeter melody on his oaten reed.
Since the morning of the day before I had not broken fast, but now I ate hungrily of oaten and barley cake.
A loaf of oaten bread and a basin of skim milk, she had just heated, was placed before her father.
His wallet contains bread and cheese; he has a crook, and an oaten pipe.
It is the very voice of the oaten pipe itself, thin, clear, and pure.
Two kings he has used as oaten pipes, but never did I think that you would make the third.