ay “me,”ah me, alas. This
interjection, whoch occurs many times in Shakespeare, and which his editions generally alter
to ah me, is the Italian aimZZZe (e.g. Dante has
“"Aime, che piaghe vidi,"”
Inferno, C. xvi. 10).
A General Glossary to Shakespeare's Works. Alexander Dyce. Boston. Dana Estes and Company. 1904.
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