E del resto è il nome del tiglio (senza scomodare nessun emblema di clan) e molti sono propensi a seguire questa traduzione. Malcom Douglas così riporta G Gilchrist (Journal of the Folk Song Society VII (22) 1919, 82) conjectured that the ballad might have been to Britain by the Northmen and continued, and the lindie suggests a corruption of a Norse refrain in which the word occurs (literally rose wood) according to Dr Prior (Ancient Danish Ballads, Introduction, p xxxvi) being the exact equivalent of our and, like it, the scene of many ballad adventures. Of course, that pre supposes that Danish forms of the story are older than British.
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