Eek with his swete breeth

from Geoffrey Chaucer – The Canterbury Tales (General Prologue) on Rap Genius

Meaning

‘Eek’ is a Middle English word which can mean ‘and’ or ‘also’, depending on the context. The West Wind is here further personified as being breath, i.e., alive, adding to the accumulation of fertility images.

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