The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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Enter Eglamoure, Siluia.Enter Eglamourgild (v.), past forms gilt, gilded
old form: guild
bring colour to, brighten, illuminate
TG V.i.1
Egl.EGLAMOUR 
The Sun begins to guild the westerne skie,The sun begins to gild the western sky, TG V.i.1
And now it is about the very houreAnd now it is about the very hour TG V.i.2
That Siluia, at Fryer Patricks Cell should meet me,That Silvia at Friar Patrick's cell should meet me. TG V.i.3
She will not faile; for Louers breake not houres,She will not fail, for lovers break not hours TG V.i.4
Vnlesse it be to come before their time,Unless it be to come before their time, TG V.i.5
So much they spur their expedition.So much they spur their expedition.expedition (n.)haste, speedy action, prompt dispatchTG V.i.6
Enter Silvia TG V.i.7
See where she comes: Lady a happy euening.See where she comes. Lady, a happy evening! TG V.i.7
Sil.SILVIA 
Amen, Amen: goe on (good Eglamoure)Amen, amen! Go on, good Eglamour, TG V.i.8
Out at the Posterne by the Abbey wall;Out at the postern by the abbey wall;postern (n.)
old form: Posterne
entrance, side gate, back door
TG V.i.9
I feare I am attended by some Spies.I fear I am attended by some spies.attend (v.)accompany, follow closely, go withTG V.i.10
Egl.EGLAMOUR 
Feare not: the Forrest is not three leagues off,Fear not. The forest is not three leagues off; TG V.i.11
If we recouer that, we are sure enough.If we recover that, we are sure enough.sure (adj.)safe, secure, free from dangerTG V.i.12
recover (v.)
old form: recouer
reach, get to, make
Exeunt.Exeunt TG V.i.12
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