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god-den good e'en, CORIOLANUS, ii. 1. 87;iv. 6. 20 , 21; TITUS ANDRONICUS, iv. 4. 42 ; ROMEO AND JULIET, i. 2. 56; ( “got-den,” Dyce ), HENRY V., iii. 2. 79 ; “God dig-you-den” LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, iv. 1. 42 (God give you good e'en); “God gi' god-den,” ROMEO AND JULIET, i. 2. 57 ; “God ye god-den,” ROMEO AND JULIET, iii. 5. 172. (give ye) “This salutation was used by our ancestors as soon as noon was past, after which time ‘good morrow’ or ‘good day’ was esteemed improper.” Nares's Gloss., in“Den;” and see good den.

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