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1. of an animal: wild, untamed, unruly, violent ...1398 obs.
2. easily frightened or startled ...c1530 obs.
3. furious, frenzied, raging ...a1600 obs
from E-CEN: from Middle English ramagous, ramagious from ramage wild
from E-NED: from Old French ramageous (Godef.), from ramage ramage n.
From: The Poetical Works of Geoff. Chaucer.
In Fourteen Volumes
Volume XI. Containing his Miscellaneous Pieces, 1782
The Remedie of Love.
This book, taken for the most part out of The Proverbs of Solomon, is a warning to take heed of the deceitful company of women.