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Pedagog(e, n.2 Also: pede-, pedi-, paeda-, paida- and -goige; pedacok; petegoik, patigoge. [MF. pedagoge (in Louvain; 1493 in Godef.), petagogue (in Louvain: 1455 in Du Cange): cf. Pedagog(en.1 and Pedagogy.] = Pedagogy n.Also, attrib. with -croft and -yaird.(1) 1499–1500 Acta Conc. II. 356.
Maister Thomas Ramsay in the pedegog [pr. pededog] of Sanctandros
1538–9 Reg. Great S. 431/2.
Fundationem unius collegii … in lie pedagoge infra universitatem et civitatem S. Andree
1568–9 Reg. Privy S. VI. 105/1.
The secund place within the New College or Pedagog within the universitie of Sanctandrois
1594 Acts IV. 74/2.(2) 15.. Glasg. Univ. Mun. I. 14.
The tenement quhilk is now of the pedagoge on the north syde of the Freris Kyrk
15.. Liber Coll. Glasg. 208.
Anwelle out of ane tenement anent the pedagoge to the Blak Freiris
1554 Glasg. Univ. Mun. I. 59.
Maister Johne Houstone vicar of Glasgu regent in the pedagog tharof
1562–3 Misc. Wodrow Soc. 188.
At the paedagoge of Glasgw
1571 Reg. Privy S. VI. 242.
To the college callit the pedagog situat within the cietie of Glasgw
1572–3 Glasgow Prot. VI. 104.
[The lands of Mr. John Layng called] Auld Pedagog
1577 1st Rep. Hist. MSS. 29.
Acquittance by [Mr. James Melwin, one of the masters of the college and] pedagoige [of Glasgow]
1582 Glasg. Univ. Mun. III. 518.
The persoun of Luss howse in the Rattounraw … was callit Awld Paidagog
(b) 1509 Reg. Episc. Glasg. 522.
The feftment that Scher Archibald Caldderwood, vicar of Cadder, has mayd … of his place anent the patigoge of Glasgwe
To the regentis of the sayd patigoge and to the studentis to their collation to compeir to the sayd derige
1547 Glasgow Chart. II. 512.
The regentis of the universite and petegoik of oure ciete
attrib. 1556 Glasgow Prot. II. 17.
[Their rig of land lying in the] Pedigog Croft
1490 Glasg. Univ. Mun. II. 256.
For the makyn of the mudwal dyk within the pedacok yard
1575 Ib. I. 91.
The paidagog or colledge yaird
1608 Ib. III. 521.
Twa seller vouttis;; with the auld pedagog yaird lying behind the Laich hall

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