TWELFTH NIGHT, iv. i. 17
“Means certainly nothing more than ‘foolish jester:’pergræcor is translated by Coles ‘to revel, to play the merry Greek or boon companion’”
. See the preceding article.
A General Glossary to Shakespeare's Works. Alexander Dyce. Boston. Dana Estes and Company. 1904.
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