mark (n.) Old form(s): Marke, markes
accounting unit in England (value: two-thirds of a pound)
1H4 II.i.56[Chamberlain to Gadshill] There's a franklin in the Weald of Kent hath brought three hundred marks with him in gold
1H4 II.iv.505[Sheriff to Prince Hal] There are two gentlemen / Have in this robbery lost three hundred marks
1H4 III.iii.42[Falstaff to Bardolph] Thou hast saved me a thousand marks in links and torches
1H4 III.iii.81[Falstaff to Hostess] I have lost a seal-ring of my grandfather's worth forty mark
2H4 I.ii.194[Falstaff to Lord Chief Justice] he that will caper with me for a thousand marks, let him lend me the money
2H6 V.i.79[King to Iden] We give thee for reward a thousand marks
CE I.i.22[Duke to Egeon] Unless a thousand marks be levied
CE I.ii.81[Antipholus of Syracuse to Dromio of Ephesus] Where is the thousand marks thou hadst of me?
CE II.i.61[Dromio of Ephesus to Adriana, of her husband] He asked me for a thousand marks in gold
CE III.i.8[Antipholus of Ephesus to Angelo, of Dromio of Ephesus] I ... charged him with a thousand marks in gold
E3 III.iii.10[King Edward to Gobin] Thou shalt receive five hundred marks in gold
E3 IV.vii.49[Prince to Audley] I give to thee / Three thousand marks a year in English land
E3 V.i.96[King Edward to Copland] I freely give / Five hundred marks a year to thee and thine
H8 V.i.170[King Henry to Lovell, of the Old Lady] Give her an hundred marks
KJ II.i.530[King John to King Philip] thirty thousand marks of English coin
MM IV.iii.6[Pompey alone] he made five marks ready money
TS V.ii.35[Petruchio to all, of the widow] A hundred marks, my Kate does put her down

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