For resten, mi gaave ligg best for ein berserk.
"An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway" by Martin Brown Ruud
Tha'll come hooam some time an' find me ligg'd deead, an' then tha can spree abaat throo morm to neet.
"Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series" by John Hartley
Does'nt to think tha'd better ligg summat to th' dooar bottom?
"Yorksher Puddin'" by John Hartley
The Lively City o'Ligg.
"What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes" by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Retorned to his real palais, sone
He softe in-to his bed gan for to slinke, To slepe longe, as he was wont to done,
But al for nought; he may wel ligge and winke,
But sleep ne may
"Troilus And Criseyde: Book 03" by Geoffrey Chaucer