Jaunce, vb. to ride hard, to work the horse wildly, to rove about in a harassing manner (Germ. tummeln）“: spurred, galled and tired by --ing Bolingbroke,” R2 V, 5, 94.*“to catch my death with --ing up and down,” Rom. II, 5, 53 (Ff jaunting).
Shakespeare Lexicon. Alexander Schmidt. Berlin. Georg Reimer. 1902.
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