say “thou serge, nay, thou buckram lord!—Thou,” 2 HENRY VI., iv. 7. 23. “It appears from Minsheu's Dict., 1617, that say was a kind of serge. It is made entirely of wool, etc. ” (MALONE) . Cotgrave has “Seyette, Serge, or Saye,” and “Say (stuffe), Seyette.”Fr. and Engl. Dict.
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