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Pay, subst. payment, the giving something in compensation or recompense for a service done: “when her lips were ready for his p.” Ven. 89. such uncurrent p. (viz thanks) Tw. III, 3, 16. “a noble shalt thou have and present p.” H5 II, 1, 112. “that you have ta'en these tenders for true p.” Hml. I, 3, 106. “thy sacred physic shall receive such p.” Per. V, 1, 74. Particularly, wages given to soldiers: H4B IV, 2, 70. H6B III, 1, 62. H6B III, 1, 62 H6B III, 1, 62 H6C II, 1, 134. IV, 7, 88. V, 5, 88. “to have in p.” R2 III, 2, 60; cf. H5 IV, 1, 315. “to fight against me under Percy's p.” H4A III, 2, 126.
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