jay a loose woman ( “Putta, a wench, a guirle . . . a whore, a trull . . . a Iay, a Piot, a Magot-apy.” Florio's Ital. and Engl. Dict. ): “Some jay of Italy,” CYMBELINE, iii. 4. 47 ; “to know turtles from jays,” THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, iii. 3. 35.
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