favour (n.) Old form(s): fauour , fauours
token worn as a mark of identity or friendship
1H4 V.iv.95[Prince Hal to dead Hotspur] let my favours hide thy mangled face [i.e. a plume from his helmet]
H5 IV.vii.149[King Henry to Fluellen, of a glove] wear thou this favour for me, and stick it in thy cap
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