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stoirstoir Poem Line: Contrair the flock of Christis stoir, From stanza : And now thay ar with dolour pynde, 
And lyke to raige out of thair mynde 
Because fra thame ze ar declynde, 
And will na lesingis heir. 
Thairfoir thay mak sa greit vproir, 
Contrair the flock of Christis stoir, 
Determit, or thay will geue it ouer, 
To fecht all in to feir. Taken from Remember Man, Remember Man For Christmas Words and Music: Scottish Traditional Source: John Wedderburn, A Compendious Book of Godly and Spiritual Songs Commonly Known as 'The Gude and Godlie Ballatis.' Reprinted from the Edition of 1567, A. F. Mitchell, ed. (Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1897), p. 200-204. stoir in hi-stoir-e histoire or history from Greek histor wise, learned, learned man, wise man, Egyptian priest-caste, shaman, wisdom, doctor, traditional medicine healer, astronomer, knowledge also stoir is stoic logic endurance waiting from proto European root deru from Africanization west Africa Yoruba iduro meaning stable, firm, steadfast, moonshot shamanic journey to outer space or literally space craft to the moon, Zulu merkaba van to outer space, also meaning a significant venture life changing requires endurance or patiently trustingly waiting as in betrothed in love to last a long time from deru is root to Druid der and drews or drus oak and wied to see dru-wied druid the seer the Priest. PIE deru Derivatives include tree, trust, betroth, endure, druid. 1. Suffixed variant form *drew-o-. a. tree from Old English trēow, tree, from Germanic *trewam; b. truce from Old English trēow, pledge, from Germanic *treuwō. 2. Variant form dreu-. a. true from Old English trēowe, firm, true; b. trow from Old English trēowian, trūwian, to trust; c. trig1 from Old Norse tryggr, firm, true; d. troth, truth; betroth from Old English trēowth, faith, loyalty, truth, from Germanic abstract noun *treuwithō; e. trust from Old Norse traust, confidence, firmness, from Germanic abstract noun *traustam; f. tryst from Old French triste, waiting place (

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toir Poem Line: Contrair the flock of Christis stoir, From stanza : And now thay ar with dolour pynde, And lyke to raige out of thair mynde Because fra thame ze ar declynde, And will na lesingis heir. Thairfoir thay mak sa greit vproir, Contrair the flock of Christis stoir, Determit, or thay will geue it ouer, To fecht all in to feir. Taken from Remember Man, Remember Man For Christmas Words and Music: Scottish Traditional Source: John Wedderburn, A Compendious Book of Godly and Spiritual Songs Commonly Known as 'The Gude and Godlie Ballatis.' Reprinted from the Edition of 1567, A. F. Mitchell, ed. (Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1897), p. 200-204. 

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