Bay - a deep prolonged bark, such as the sound made by hounds.
Bough (bou) - a free branch, esp. a large or main branch.
Bray - to sound loudly and harshly
Bridles - a harness, consisting of a headstall, bit, and reins, fitted about a horse's head and used to restrain or guide the animal.
Coverlet - a bedspread.
Dale - valley.
Deftly - gentle
Demesne (di - man) - Manorial land retained for the private use of a feudal lord.
Din - to stun with deafening noise.
Feign - to give a false appearance of.
Grooms - a man or boy employed to take care of horses.
Harts - the male deer, esp. a male red deer over 5 years Old.
Linden - any of various deciduous shade trees of the genus, having heart-shaped leaves.
Liege (lej) - a lord or sovereign to whom allegiance and service are due according to feudal law.
Pell-mell - In frantic, disorderly haste; in a jumbled confused manner
Quarry - entrails of a deer given to hounds as a reward.
Tether - A rope or chain for holding an animal in place, allowing it a short radius in which to move about.