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E Lihris 



Arturi S. Napier. 




F" 5L SIR 




300009934S 



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TO THE 



DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 



OF THE XII. XIII. XIV. AND XV. CENTURIES, 



THIRD EDITION, 



BY 



FRANCIS HENRY STRATMANN. 



FEINTED FOE THE AUTHOE, 

KREFELD 1881. 



i 



PREFACE. 



All that I have to preface is to return thanks to Prof. Eug*. Kolbing 
and Dr Herm. Varnhagen for their kind assistance. 

I hope that the Early English Text Society, by printing some more 
twelfth and thirteenth century texts, will soon enable me to publish another 
supplement. 

Krefeld, lo. June 1881. 



F. H. Stratmann. 



ADDITIONAL AUTHORITIES. 



j3Elfb. gbam. 
Al. 

CATHOL. 

Dav. DB. 

Feb. 
Guy 

John 

J. T. 

L. N. F. 

S. A. L. 
S. B. W. 
S. C. D. J. 
S. J. 

WiCL. E. w. 

WiCL. SEL. W. 



^Ifrics grammatik und glossar, heraus gegeben von Jul. Zupitza, Berlin 1880. 
The legend or life of St Alexius, edit, by F. J. Furnivall. [ab. 1380.] 
Catholicon Anglicum, edit, by S. J. Heritage. 
Adam Davy's five dreams about Edward II., edit, by F. J. Furnivall, London 

1878. 
Sir Fcrumbras, edit, by S. J. Herrtage, London 1879. [Devonshire, ab. 1380.] 
The romance of Guy of Warwick, edit, by Jul. Zupitza, London 1875 — 76. [15. 

century.] 
The gospel according to Saint John, edit, by W. W. Skeat, Cambridge 1878. 

[Hatton ms., Kent ? ab. 1150.] 
St Jeremie's 15 tokens before doomsday, edit, by F. J. Furnivall. 
Altenglische legenden, none folge, heraus gegeben von C. Horstmann, Heilbronn 

1881. 
Sammlung altenglischer legenden von C. Horstmann, Heilbronn 1878. 
King Solomon's book of wisdom, edit, by F. J. Furnivall. 
Solomon's coronation, deeds, and judgment &c., edit, by F. J. Furnivall. 
A song of joy for Christ's coming, edit, by F. J. Furnivall. 
The English works of Wyclif hitherto unprinted, edit, by F. D. Matthew, 

London 1880. 
Select English works of John Wyclif, edit, by T. Arnold, Oxford 1868. 



1 



EMENDATIONS. 





Page IX, 


line 28, 




2 b, 


20, 




3 b, 


49, 




5 a, 


22, 
23, 




6 a, 


13, 




7 b, 


11 12, 
13, 




8 a, 


39, 
47, 




8 b, 


27, 




13b, 


42, 




14 a, 


7, 
25, 




17 b, 


43, 




19 b, 


22, 


1 




25, 
30 31, 




23 a, 


25 27, 
28 29, 




26 a, 


45, 




29 b, 


46, 




30 a, 


23, 




31a, 


21, 




33 b, 


9, 
34, 




34 a, 


47 48, 




88 a, 


39, 




39 a, 


31, 




42 a, 


37, 




43 b, 


6, 
12, 




47 b, 


15, 




53 b, 


12, 




54 b, 


11, 




56 a, 


4, 



read lexikon 

strike out (?) 

read adpeschen adp^scan 

strike out f?prtnted ajiled) 

H. M. 43; 
insert for ikepen after akepe 

strike out and gan(n)o him arede in scorn s. a. c. ed. Wr. LX; 
insert after arsedden /^or arserden?) 
read Wk. for Web. 

fi for J)ine 

ascurren? ascur 
strike out A, Sax. aslsepan, 
cojnp. loveache. 
read 360* 

acointer 
insert adze, before addt'ce 
strike out A. Sax. ^nos Sax. chron. 248, 
insert Sax. chron. 248; before Laj. 
strike out ne beoj) noht ones (ne . . . quidem) alle sunne 1395; 

country: fat aedel (sedel = edel ?) lieo biwunuen Lai. 4744; 
fat adel wes his ajen 20201; 
insert alle before o. a. n. 
read 7 for 5 

anevalz 
strike out anife &c. 
read onb^re 
strike out adr&den 

ankennen &c. 
read arren see irren 

axien 
strike out fat at fi jate bat (= bMef?) c. l. 884. 
read baecestre 

insert (balle?) before Chauc. 
strike out O.Fr. batre? 

beod & bid o. a. n. 1437; 
read berking Will. 55 

barw for barp 

1 



2 



Page 



56 a, 


line 


) 37, 


read beorma, bearma 


56 b, 




16, 


dat pi. 


61a, 




17, 


258 


62 a, 




14, 


biha^e 


63 a, 




34, 


oportere 


64 b, 




4, 


insert after bileovede (for bilovede?) 


66 a, 




48, 


read 21028 


69 b, 




3, 


243 for 111 


70 b, 


31- 


-32, 


strike out bifinne &c. 




43- 


-44, 


bijjute &c. 


72 a, 




3, 


(biwicched) 




24- 


-25, 


EEL. ANT. 1, 130; 






37, 


read 19535 


76 b, 




32, 


strike out (?) 


78 a, 




27, 


blessed fpret.J Will. 1192. 


79 a, 




25, 


blessen see blecen. 






33, 


read ms. for printed 


80 a, 




6, 


strike out fetare, praegnantem facere? 


84 a, 




83, 


read bolOx 


87 a, 




19, 


strike out botned 


88 a, 




32, 


read brade 


90 b, 




11, 


strike out breden 






12, 


& 30589 


91a, 




12, 


insert fpart.J after broaden 






13, 


strike out (part) 


91b, 




43, 


read p. s. 221; (rm. brohhte) Orm. 14361; 


92 b, 




6, 


breostlln 


94 b, 




3, 


brict (printed britt) 


98 a, 




3, 


insert bruise-wort before **anagaUis" 






6, 


bruisier before brisier 






21, 


read bursted for brusted 


100 a, 




46, 


heo for he 


100 b, 




6, 


b^l 






28, 


strike out holt (hultj, pulsare: 






30, 


read holt for pitkando piirgare? 


102 a, 




31, 


byrgels for burgels 


102 b, 




8, 


insert (dat pi.) after beregeno 


103 a, 




36, 


read bur9*eriie - burdene? h. m. 35*; 






37, 


strike out (for burdere?) 


105 b, 




11, 


road caldmawe 


107 b, 




24, 


insert caeppe after A. Sax. 


110 a, 




1, 


ceil after ceelin 


111b, 




44, 


chat should stand before chatel 


112 a, 




37, 


insert cheaunce before Shorbh. 


115 b, 




39, 


read cinn J!]lfe. gbam. 298 for cinne &c. 






42, 


chinni n. 


118b, 




6, 


insert (?) after clappian 


120 b, 




32, 


di/oey after deave 


121b, 




21, 


strike out dive, haerere. 




22- 


-24, 


the seed &c. 



t 



3 

Page 122 a, line 8—9, strike out clokke? &c. 

35, read clote elate 

37, insert clote, cloote before Wicl. 
122 b, 9, read clufu ace. pi. clufe 

124 b, 21, strike out (?) 

34, cniyt? printed 

121 di, 28, Fr. colle 

43, (?) 

128 b, 19, read comper for compare compair for compare and insert 

**compar'\ after compeer, 
131a, 39, in to costnunga 

132 a, 30, couscot should stand under eA 

135 a, 41, strike out (?) 

136b, 39, read cruma m.ffj ^lfe. geam. 316, 

137 a, 38, insert cruse, after kruise, 

145 b, 35, read 22 for 23 

42, parUre 

147 a, 33, dare 

149 a, 17 — 19, devis &c. should stand under dis- 

150 a, 37, insert dead before st. gen. a. ex. 

45, read in morte for mortuus 
151a, 16, daintie fdSlicatesseJ 
157b, 30, insert [dohter] after doster 
158 a, 42, read exiLe 

158 b, 49, Dorsaeta 

160 b, 12, vorme 

162 b, 31, strike out drepej? misc. 151. 

163 a, 45, read dricte (printed dritte) fsee engl. stud. 4, 95.) 

46, drichte (printed drithte) 

163 b, 45, strike out drepej) fpres.J misc. 151. 

164 a, 42, read = droupnen? for O.Icel drtikna 

45, = droupening? 

166 a, 21, insert [dojefe] after dujede 

167 a, 13, (dean) after din 
169 b, 31, ? before printed 

36, read dp^sehen dp^scan 

171b, 27, eald 

175 a, 2, 40 for 50 

178 a, 28, qva 

182 a, 25, insert /^= A. Sax. geeode?) after geode 

183 a, 28, read para 

187 a, 24, strike out (?) 

188 a, 20, f^ie-, feiesld &c. 

194 a, 48 — 49, read feape, fepe, feupe p. l. s. 52 & 176 

196 a, 12, 2687 for 2678 

197 b, 2, insert ye fele before Town. 
202 a, 13, read fiszlach, fiszloch 

202 b, 34, insert (im. Mti)) before Oem. 

206b, 22—23, strike out fe grete flem &c. 
28—29, flea Shoreh. 97; 



Page 208 b, 


line 39, 


209 a, 


9, 


209 a, 


11, 


210 b, 


2, 




7, 


214 b, 


5, 


216 b, 


9, 




16, 


223 a, 


32, 


224: a,, 


19, 


226 a, 


17, 




40, 


226 b, 


24, 


232 a, 


33, 


238 b, 


35, 


239 b, 


29, 




35, 


247 b, 


14, 


250b, 


33, 


251b, 


43, 


252 a, 


15, 


256b, 


27, 


261b, 


18, 


263b, 


44, 


269 a, 


18, 




48, 


274 b, 


50, 


275 a, 


2, 


277b, 


38, 


282 a, 


19, 


289 a, 


28&31, 


289 b, 


9, 


292 b, 


2, 




3, 




37, 


298 b, 


19, 


300 a, 


42, 


301a, 


45, 


303 a, 


2-3, 


306 a, 


36, 


310b, 


49, 


314 a, 


36, 


314b, 


37, 




38, 


315 a, 


16, 




39, 


316 a, 


43, 


318b, 


27, 


319 a, 


25, 


322 a, 


12, 



read flicerian 

strike out flong &c. 

read vlint Oudem. bijdr. 7, 663, 

206 (208) for 1123 
strike out Swed. flundra, 
read imperat. for pret. 

1, 363 

forhardien indMrare; forha(r)dede (see engl. stud. 3, 320.) 

25858* 

fra fra 

insert frim before l. c. c. 
read fremmean for fremian 

frie for frie 

(ge)fjndig for fjndig(?) 
strike out A, Sax. g^tan, and insert (?) pret gette, gatte after get a 
read pret 

insert pi geb&ru after geb^re 
read ilicchest 

irust al mid golde 
insert after isixt fins, isixst) 

isetnesses before pboclam. 
strike out ya, yai & 5 

read 3onie, jonie 

strike out M.H.Germ. jeze, jezuo? 
read lex. for ordb. 

strike out gleopinde (part.) Kath. 1682; 
read gra?e for graf 
strike out c. m. 14317; grave 
read bin for him 
strike out gruta &c. 
read heli for heli 

insert (h^li pater?) holy water, after halipater 
strike out haep 

& 5911 
read 25845* 

insert ffor holte?) after heolde 
read 6768 for 6786 
strike out (?) 

hellefur &c. 
insert (heorte blod?) before Laj. 
read fms. hifte) 
strike out from* hlinen, 

Cl. 272; 
insert led Cl. 272; 

after A. Sax. blot w., after O.L.Germ. blot (hlot?) m. 
read dat for gen. 
insert noppe before **villm** 
read Leo's gloss. 584 for (?) 

hoppian ^Elpr. hom. 1, 202 for hoppan(?) 
insert rau before leg. 



Page 322 b, 


line 34, 


323 a, 


18, 




19, 


327 a, 


10, 


330 a, 


21, 


331a, 


39, 


334 b, 


29, 




50, 


338 a, 


21, 


348 b, 


35, 


352 a, 


24, 




30, 


354 b, 


2, 


355 b, 


4, 


357 b, 


10, 


361 a, 


27, 


368 a, 


50, 


368 b, 


1, 




4, 


369 b, 


11, 




44, 


370 a, 


46, 


373 a, 


5, 


375 a, 


9, 


376 a, 


10, 




49, 


377b, 


42, 


379 a, 


19, 


386b, 


39, 


388 a, 


16, 


394 b, 


20, 




21, 


401a, 


9, 




23, 


409 b, 


4, 


410 a, 


11, 


412 a, 


48, 




49, 




50, 


416 a, 


2, 


418 b, 


34, 


420 a, 


4, 


421a, 


28, 




29, 


424b, 


12, 


425 a, 


2, 


432 a, 


21, 




27, 




29, 


439 b, 


48, 



read 15597 for 55887 
strike out and 
read 22173 
strike out (?) 
read (phan) for (whan) 
kam for cam 

hatte 

eie 

Mat. for Mark 

lete 
read J)i for fe 

Leo's gloss. 106 for (?) 
insert laiba, after Goth. 
strike out Jjat leas Jul. 75 ; 
insert casin^a, after cubile 

(for love?) after leove 
read list for vi%. 
insert Oerm. orleiste after ear 
strike out = legistre? 
read 356 for 104 

libbej) for libbed 
insert ('printed lone) after love 
read lift half hom. 2, 11 (rel. ant. 1, 131) 
strike out 3ef pif lust hire make o. a. n. 1193; 
read litling 

strike out loveache hvage, prompt. 314. 
read machiin see masoun. 
insert J)is before maigen 
strike out meregreota, 
read meatte for moatta 

midd (midde?) for mid 

midjis for midis 

meder for medor 
insert motJier's son, after modersune 
read mudr 

negghe 

nammore 

na mare, nammore 
strike out 164 & 
printed 

niderhelde &c. 
read noriterne^ A. Sax. norderno 

nuzzi 

to nuttes (for nutte) 

w(u)ndred 

22687 for p. 1499 

(**sartag6"J for **frixoriuni* 

panthere for pantiere 
strike out foubs . . . fat &c. 
read plion 



i 



6 



Page 442 a, line 35, read geposu pi. lebchd. 1, 148. 
455 a, 20, strike out reod 3528 & 

457 a, 41, read reohhe, hreohe -^lfb. geam. 308, 

459 a, 1, insert ffor read?) before Laj. 

2, 3528 & 

466b, 42, read ryge for ryg 

483 a, 19, strike out /?) 

490 b, 12, read scolu 

492 b, 26, ^LFB. GBAM. 303 for (?) 

496 b, 6, insert senn before s^nn 

500 a, 45, read 208 

47, 208* 

507 a, 35, slecg 

514 a, 27, insert 95 & before 97 

514 b, 33, sefte ad/v. before softe 

516 a, 25, [sorwe] after seorwe 

518 a, 31, read spale 

520 a, 48, strike out fplj 

49, insert fpl.J after speldes 
532 b, 18, strike out (?) 

545 a, 6, read sunnebeam for sunnbeam 

548 b, 42, strike out L. Germ, swelen, 

552 b, 46, read Angl. 1, 154, for (?) 

556 b, 27, zeman 

558 a, 25, strike out tere 

565 b, 13, insert [toburste(J)) ] after tobustej) 

574 a, 29, read tribulacion 

30, tribulaciuns 

579b, 49, strike out A. Sax. tpiges Sax. cheon. 248. 

580 a, 2, insert tpiges Sax. cheon. 248; 

586 a, 18, read thennian fsee Holtzm. altd. geam. 1, 162 & 170) 

588 a, 11, Mat. for Mark 

589 b, 42, dol, dolle, M.L.Germ. dolle, thoU ftholej, scalmm, 

592 b, 45, insert Mat. after frem 

593 b, 9, read |»rimDe8S« for |»rinesse^ ])rinnosse? 

11, strike out frtinesse? (printed 

12, read frm. frunesse) for frunnesse 

12 — 13, strike out freonesse, freonnesse? (printed 
596 a, 11, read 2, 35 

598 b, 43, umbridei 

608 a, 29, strike out noon, 

611b, 9—10, titenerd &c. 

616 a, 37—38, w&lden &c. 

617 a, 4, gen. for dat 

619 a, 47, strike out wolde (= weolde) fmhj.J eel. ant. 1, 183; wolde fpart.J 

Havel. 1932; 

620 a, 27, weallen Laj. 1240. 

622 b, 14, read varr for var 

623 a, 37, ms. for printed 

624 b, 1, 202 for 203 



Pago 626 a, line 45, read (godu)web (see Holtzm. altd. gkam. 1, 170) for webbi 
626 b, 49, (ga)vadjon 

630 b, 2.7, mon 

28, 156 for 36 

634 b, 30, toward 

638 b, 14, 2, 73 

644b, 31, strike out J)is childes pitige gost hom. 2, 127; 

646 b, 46, read wida 

647 b, 3, strike oat (?) 

19—20, wlM (^ret) Laj. 17113 & 30499; 

648 a, 16, road pouhleche 

654 a, 1, strike out wudeboj &c. 

50, FRAGM. 7; and add puldre (gen, pl.J fbaqm. 7. 

657 a, 3, insert 7nerito after prigtful 

659 a, 10, read Dav. dr. for Al. L. a 

661, 17, strike out 436 b &c. 



J 



ADDITIONS. 



a- 



abe^en — abie Feb. 5657. 

abeoden — abeode, abede, abude Fer. 

1540, 1833 & 3853; abed (pretj 1829; 

fai abode 1985. 
abiden, O.S.Germ. irbitan, — abit (<pr6B.) 

A. R. 338; abide ('pret) ayenb. 13. 
ablenden — ablent (fo/rt) p. s. 330. 
ablinden — ablindad ('pres.) hom. 1, 109. 
abtijen — abouje S. b. w. 28. 
abuggen — abugge, abeie Hoen ed. Lum. 

110 & 1075. 
acheosen, 0. H. Germ, irchiesen, eligere ; 

aceas fpretj hom. 1, 229. 
acuma, A. Sax. acumba (acumbe?), O.H. 

Germ, achambi, oahwn, leechd. 3, 134. 
acpellen — aqvellen s. a. l. 153; aqvold 

(partj MISC. 41. 
acpencben — al spa fet pater acpenched 

fet fur HOM. 1, 39; fe fur aqveinte 

sone Mabg. 239. 
adile3ien, A. Sax. adilegian Blickl. hom. 

135. 
adrencben — adrengte fpret.J Laj. 2568. 
af^ren — afere Fer. 387. 
afandien — afanded fpartj p. l. s. VIII, 

75*. 
afermien, A. Sax. afeormian, eocfpurgare: 

mid besme afermed Luke 11, 25. 
aferren — aferrede (pret.) Fee. 5565. 
afinden — avinde (pres.) Fee. 757. 
afullen — afelled (part.) Luke 1, 57. 
afurhten — fai weren afrijte Fee. 138. 
ag^n evadere — ago e. s. I (misc. 156); 

agon is al mi streinfe eel. ant. 1, 125. 
ajefen — ajaef fpret.J Laj. 26356. 
ajelden — ajelde Fee. 5026. 



ajeten — to ajitenne fms. a^ytenne) 

leechd. 3, 94; a^ite fms. ajitte) fpres.) 

MISC. 193. 
aginnen, A. Sax. aginnan, — agind bea- 
ten Mat. 24, 49; agunnen fpretj Luke 

5, 21. 
agliden — ])e dent aglod Fee. 3384. 
agrillen — ful sore him schal agrille 

Fee. 2195. 
agulten — agult fpart.J p. l. s. VIII, 6 ; 

MISC. 58. 
akelen, M. H. Germ, erkiielen, — akele 

Fee. 4492. 
akenninge generation; acenneng hom. 1, 

237. 
aleggen — aleide fpret.J Laj. 7125*; a- 

leid fpart.J feagm. 6. 
alesednesse — alisednesse ftm. alysed- 

nesse) Luke 21, 28. 
alesendnesse for alesednesse? h. m. 11*; 

alisendnisse Maek 10, 45. 
alesnesse, A. Sax. alesness, 0. H. Germ. 

arlosnessi. 
alesunge, 0. S. Germ, irlosunga. 
aliggen — fe loudinge alai fms. alay) 

La3. 24873*. 
alihten descendere — alihte fpretj hom. 

1, 79. 
alihten — alijte aecendere. Fee. 1261. 
amseden — amad fpart.J s. a. l. 154. 
amasen, A. Sax. amasian part amasod b. 

D. D. 125. 
amerren — pu amerdest peagm. 8. 
animen, A. Sax. animan, — anymed fim- 

per.J Mat. 25, 28. 
ar^den — arede fmperj Wicl. Mat. 26, 

68. 



ar^ren — areran ^ne buruh hom. 1, 93. 
arecchen — areche us fis bispel Mat. 

15, 15. 
aredden — aredde ('pret) hom. 1, 87; a- 

red fpa/rtj a. e. 392. 
areden, A. Sax. aredian? icere? wham he 

mai with J)e hache arede Feb. 1706. 
arisen — aris fimpei\J hom. 1, 45; aras 

fp7^et.J HOM. 1, 91; aros La?. 404. 
ariste — aeristes fgen.J hom. 1, 229. 
ascheden, 0, H. Germ, erscuttan ? 
ascurren = *askerren pamfaeere^ ahigere ? 
asenden — asende fpretj hom. 1, 225. 
asetten — on asette tidan hom. 1, 115. 
asijen — aseh fpretj Sax. cheon. 249. 
asitten, M.H.Germ. ersitzen. 
aslgepen — aslepid f**8opiim''J with ful 

miche drunkenesse Wicl. Judith 13, 4. 
aslean — aslen s. a. l. 155; aslaje, a- 

slawe fpart) Fee. 84 & 321; aslawe 

LEG. 13; Al. T. 165. 
aspringen — asprungen (part.) Angl. 1, 

17. 
astellen — astalden (pret) Laj. 8960. 
asteorven — aster vo Feb. 3058. 
asteren — mani a Sarzin far was astered 

Feb. 3899. 
asterten — asterte (pret) Fee. 1468. 
astijen — astoje (part) Fee. 2971. 
astiungftr ascension, hom. 1, 209. 
astunten — he nel nevere astinte Fee. 

1842. 
asturien — astired (part) leechd. 3, 130. 
aswevien, A. Sax. aspebban. 
aswiken — aswiked (imper.) Laj. 15327. 
aspinden — aspinde Angl. 1, 10; as i- 

met speven aspinded hire murhden Jul. 

74; aswunden [aswonde] (part) Laj. 

19599. 
aswojen — aswoje (part) Al. T. 141. 
ataken — al J)at fai atake mi3t(e) Fee. 

3128. 
atenden — ^ candle he atendej) (ms. at- 
tended) Fee. 2413; so sone so hi we- 

ren of pe holi goste atende (ms. attende) 

MISC. 56. 
ateonen = iteonen? — atened (part) 

Fee. 114. 

atrukien = ^etrukien? him atroketz his 

bretz p. E. L. p. 221. 



awakien, Goth, usvakjan (iSoirvtCsiv), — 

after he was awaked Will. 679. 
aparien — seven apergede gostes hom. 

2, 143. 
awarnie = iwarnie? Fee. 4027. 
awaschen, A. Sax. apascan, 0. H. Germ. 

arwaskan. 
apecchen, A. Sax. apeccan, 0. H. Germ. 

arwekkan, — apecched (imper.) Mat. 

10, 8. 
aweden — awedde hundes Laj. 19538. 
apelden — awald (part) La?. 4146. 
awinnen — awonne (part) La?. 605*. 
awreken, 0. H. Germ, errechan, — aprec 

fe nil on me e. s. II (misc. 162); he 

wolde ben awreke Fee. 1821. 
apriten — apriten (part) feagm. 7. 
awundrien — awondred (part) Fee. 3197. 
k — ^ hpi p§pest ))u hom. 1, 45; a ha 

Fee. 1148; a voi Bek. 2049. 
a — a mare hom. 1, 11; a piddten ende 
251; a (aa) buten ende Maeh. 19; Oem. 
409; ai eel. ant. 1, 210; ai mare Kath. 
1683. 
aujjer — ouder, 6u))er Sax. cheon. 32 

& 38; oifer Al. L. a 408. 
ffiider — eider hom. 1, 21. 
aighpilc — elc, elch p. l. s. VHI, 54 & 

56; ^Ich HOM. 2, 31; elches monnes 1, 

99; epilcum (dat) 93. 
abctten see under ad-. 
abilit^; 0. Fr. habilite, ahUity, cathol. 2. 
able, O.Fr. able Godefe. diction. 1, 24. 
abs- 

abstene cathol. 2; Feb. 3761. 
ac FEAGM. 6; Fee. 49. 
acees see under ad-. 
ad- 

abette, O.Fr. abeter (tromper, duper) Go- 
defe. diction. 1, 22, abet. Fee. 5816. 
abroche, O.FV. abrochier. 
acoien, O.Fr. aqvoier. 
acounte — jelde trewe acounte E. g. 357. 
acounten, O.FV. aconter. 
affluence affltience, s. a. l. 81. 
amerciment, O.Fr. amerciment, amercement: 

amercimentz (pi.) Chauo. C. t. i 752. 
aouren, O.Fr. aourer, adore: hi aourede 

(pret) p. L. s. XIX, 32. 
apaie — apese Chauc. C. t. b 433. 

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ariven — arived ('part) Laj. 16063. 
arrogant arrogant, Chauc. C. t. i 396. 
asoten — asotid fpart) Feb. 2007. 
astruien — astruf fpres.J ayenb. 17. 
avou — (h)i8 avou fms. auow) he havef 
imad Fee. 1818. 
A — 689 John 7, 19. 

egern, 0. /c^/. agiarn, mpidm? (im. egerue) 
HOM. 2, 37. 

ifelenge — elenge, ^linge Trev. 7, 341; 
elinge lif s. a. l. 160. 
Afen^ O.L.Germ. avond, O.H.Germ. aband, 

— ^ven fms. euen) Laj. 26910; an eve 

a. d. 289. 
lifrc — sefre, efre fragm. 6 & 7; sefre, 

Mer, efer [efre] Laj. 547, 1276 & 6552; 

dfere hom. 1, 9; over fe ftirfe peni p. 

s. 149; evre ilc p. l. s. VIII, 33; ofrCc 

qvisqve, hom. 1, 7. 
«ftcr — heo dfexede eefter Brenne Laj. 5001 ; 

after fat tat he pas d&d Orm. 7667; 

after dis dede st. gen. a. ex. 355; after 

fan fat seint Brendan furst fis ile isej 

Brand. 11; efter fet he haved idon 

Angl. 1, 17; efter fet cometh to me 

MISC. 27. 

afterwardes afterwards. Brand. 10. 
»ftrc — an aftur mete s. a. l. 17. 
lihte — ehte p. l. s. VHI, 131; for his 

^hte (im. hehte) lure hom. 1, 103; on 

fere peor(l)dllche eahte 191; ehta, ehte 

fplj 113 & 115; eicte (printed eitte) p. 

L. s. Vin, 21; eijte XVII, 472. 
«ne — ene leg. 81. 
«nes — §nes hom. 1, 37. 
i^Di — anig Mark 9, 30, ani leechd. 3, 

96; ifenigen (dot. m.) leechd. 3, 84; 

anigen Mat. 16, 26. 
ftr p. L. s. VIII, 7; §r ure drihten come to 

fisse live hom. 1, 9; er timan ante tern- 

pus, 105; spa er spa hi hit habbed ibid.; 

ear 17; ar leechd. 3, 94; hom. 2, 23; 

3er, jar Guy bd. Zup. 4570 & 10432. 
i^rende 

Arendrake — erendraken (plj Luke 14, 
32. 
»t — 8Bt fare 8& Mark 4, 1; ic wolde i- 

witen 8Bt [sec. text of] fe Laj. 9132; hpil 

he bid at hame h. m. 31; at fon ende 



misc. 78; leve at hire he nam Horn 

ED. LuM. 585; at cherche ayenb. 56. 

atcumen escape; atkam (pret.j rel. ant. 
1, 234. 

atealden?»fe peren bode teames ateald 
(past the age?) hom. 2, 133. 

etfleon — etflihd (pres.J a. r. 48; at- 
flowen (pret) Laj. 2480. 

atgan, A. Sax. a3tgangan, — atgef (pres.J 
MISC. 101; (hue) atgoth (ms. atgoht) 
SPEC. 48 (a. d. 188). 

atglide glide away, Angl. 4, 198. 

aethalden — etholdan hom. 1, 91. 

atlichen dissimulare: fa lette he hine at- 
lichen Laj. 6621. 

setrinnen — aterne Horn ed. Horstm. 
907; [atarnde (pret.) Eob. 539.] 

atruten — atroute s. a. l. 160. 

aetstanden — fe king made (h)is stede 
astonde Fer. 4235. 
jcJfcl see efel. 
aed^ele — adeles (gen. n) Laj. 16544; aedele 

(pi) 4864; adelere (gen. pi.) 26695. 

sefelboren, A.Sax. aedelboren, Sax. chron. 
29; aBthelboren Luke 19, 12. 
affermen see under ad-. 
a^en^ see Leo Meier, d. got. spr. 109 and 

A. Schleicher, compend. 202, — fet 

achten pe to leven hom. 1, 167; we ahte 

p. s. 246. 
a)cn — hit wes heora a3en (proprium) Laj. 

1945; fin ahen hom. 1, 277; hire aje 

(ojen) lif Laj. 3481; ogen hom. 2, 27; 

oghe misc. 30; agenen (dat. n.) Mat. 7, 3; 

mid his a^ene mude hom. 1, 133; a^ne 

Laj. 335; a^re (dat. f.j 308. 
ajicn — awe p. s. 156. 
ah — ag Mat. 24, 47; oh hom. 2, 21; fe 

devel him awe (ms. hawe) Havel. 1188. 
aht; A.Sax. aht (aht?) ^lfr. gram. 296. 
esemeiit^ O.Fr. aisement, easement, Chauc. C. 

t. a 4179; eisementes (pi.) Mand. 214. 
aisi6 

esellche easily. Brand. 18. 
aisien — esie Fer. 1946. 
ak — ok Fer. 4561. 
akeD — ake Fer. 1831; ook (pret.) s. a. 

L. 42. 
akcr, Gr. aypoc, — akere (dat) Mat. 13, 24. 
al — al (eal) fat p. l. s. VIII, 50 & 59; 



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al a jer Beand. 3; al foj Fee. 321; al 
se ofte ase a. e. 222; al so fer so a 
boge mai ten st. gen. a. ex. 1238; als 
spile als he is dede dor in 3836; als 
he cam 1785; ase misc. ^8; alles to 
spide mmts valde, hom. 1, 103; alle vol- 
kes A. E. 431; alle kunnes Fl. a. Bl. 
793; mid alle ffm^ aire) mire mihten fr. 
mihte) Laj. 699; mid alle mine mihte 
HOM. 1, 191; ealne (ace. m.J Mat. 18, 
32; alne Luke 9, 25; ealle, alle fplj p. 
L. s. VIII, 88 ; alle hoo weren lease La?. 
751; alle five Havel. 2128; alle preo 
c. L. 563; we alle habbej) enne vader 
AYENB. 145; alle & some Fee. 1513; 
aire, A. Sax. ealra, fgen. pl.J Mat. 13, 
32; c. L. 232; Fee. 2884; aire, alra 
erest omnium primum, hom. 1, 33 & 37; 
aelra 221; alle fdat pl.J Laj. 344. 
almiht — t5 god almijte Fee. 256. 
almihti3, 0. H. Germ, almahtiger, 0. Icel. 

almattigr, — almijti ayenb. 1. 
almihtin for almihti? 

alder see aire. 

aleiT — ealaj) leechd. 3, 118. 

alfe — alven [alvene] (pi.) Laj. 19255. 

aire, M.L.Qerm. elre. 

am — i am come her Fee. 354; ich hit 
eom it is I, Mat. 14, 27; em Laj. 8033; 
ert Mat. 14, 28; 86rt Luke 1, 4; pa is 
me HOM. 1, 35; what is 30U what is the 
matter with you, Beand. 21 ; ge sind Mat. 
10, 31; sien (subj.J John 17, 22. 

ambler, Fr. ambleur, amhler, cathol. 9. 

an — inoh he havet on pirti Laj. 3313; 
ileid an horde p. l. s. VIII, 6; a patere 
& a londe 41; J)at mahten bringe Jje on 
(induce the) mis for to donne h. m. 17; 
an erfe misc. 28; an eve Beand. 31; 
none ofer clojjes naddo he on 29; on 
(in) fine huso feagm. 6; on heofene & 
on eordan hom. 1, 11; beon on porlde 
35; on fisse deje 99; on eorde h. m. 
25; on eorfe Oem. 422; he polde . . . 
lis . . . bringen on to foljhen f ejre bisne 
7717; a naht nocte, spec. 34; when elde 
him come]) on a. d. 252. 
abufen, A, Sax. abufan Sax. cheon. 226, 
(ahoon) — abowen m. h. 105; abouen 
D. Abth. 904. 



abuten — phan se fat prestefloc . . . 

an sife fepted hafden al abuten (round) 

Oem. 550; onbuten Luke 17, 2. 
anfelt — anfeld voc. 180; anvilt Feb. 

1308. 
anjen — ongen, ongeanes Mat. 12, 30 

& 32; onjean feagm. 6; ayen misc. 27; 

agen (r. w. ben) st. gen. a. ex. 405; 

ageon 3912; agonY^. w. fon) 438; a- 

3enest Laj. 22476*. 

ageinchar for ^einchar, Angl. 2, 233. 

ajeincume reditus, s. a. l. 155. 
angin, 0. H. Germ, anagin. 
anginnen, O.H.Germ. iuginnan? 
anlicnesse, A. Sax. anllchess, simulacrum; 

anllcnisse Mat. 22, 20. 
ariht, A. Sax. onriht(llce) Blickl. hom. 

43, aright? see a riht. 
ansene, 0. Icel. asion, asyn, — ansine 

LEECHD. 3, 132. 

atwixen — atwixe Teev. 7, 167. 
anufen — fa com se fir onufen peard 
jjone stepel Sax. cheon. 249. 

an — unne (suhjunct.) hom. 1, 199. 

ail — Jjaet hi sien an **ut sint unum*\ John 
17, 22; an child hom. 1, 77; an efter 
ane one after another, Laj. 6969; ilk an 
Havel. 1770; an hundred 2126; an hors 
Mand. 249 ; da nam man an and an Sax. 
cheon. 253; and kiste (h)is bredere on 
and on (one hy one) st. gen. a. ex. 2266; 
an [on] (for ane, one) ofer tale o. a. n. 
544; luve A. E. 12; meiden an (O.Icel. 
einna?) eadiest virgo heaUssima, Maeh. 13; 
fa he ane pses Maek 4, 10; we hine 
l^ted ane Laj. 25702; anes eordllches 
monnes hom. 1, 33; ever ich ones every 
one*s, A. E. 134; anre (gen. f.) Luke 18, 
25; anen (dat. m. n.) Mat. 6, 24; Luke 
5, 18; anan John 20, 1; ana lbechd. 
3, 88; are (dat f.J John 20, 7; hom. 1, 
173; enne, en (ace. m.) misc. 50 & 51; 
en p. s. 150; ane man ayenb. 58; ane 
(ace. f.) HOM. 1, 91; ane, ana leeghd. 
3, 96; ^ne Laj. 2247; bi one (for 6re) 
halve 0. A. N. 109; ano (pi.) John 17, 
20. 

anfald, A. Sax. anfeald. 
anhurned, A. Sax. anhyrned ^lfb. gbam. 
308*. 



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^nlefen — ell even, elleovene Laj. 23370 

& 28325. 
SnlSpillche misc. 28. 
onpille, A. Sax. anpille. 
and — J)e holie pistle fe me ret to dai 
and finj ech holie chirche hom. 2, 117; 
his bsBrd and his chinne Laj. 20B05; 
dOd up and (for an?) waritreo 5704; fe 
brude fat briht is. and bleo misc. 91 ; Jjo 
mon fe sparef yeorde and yonge childe 

REL. ANT. 1, 184 (misc. 130). 

anbiden, A. Sax. onbidan, exspectare: an- 

bidende (f^m. & bi diemde) [abidinge] 

heore wille Laj. 8622. 
ancnawen — jJou art sofes aknowe leb. 

Jes. 332. 
onkunnesse, A. Sax. oncunniss, exematio? 

hom. 2, 259. 
andetten, A. Sax. andettan, ondetan, = 

and^^ten ? confess : hio andetten hiora 

sinnan Mat. 3, 6. 
andreden — adredan hom. 1, 111; adred 

fpart.J Havel. 1258; pe peren adredde 

Kath. 1345. 
? anhitten hit: wif swerde ihc fe anhitte 

HoEN ED. Lum. 712; anhitte fpretj 

EoB. 185. 
? anhon — anhdn fpaH.J a. d. 261. 
andssete, Goih. andasets. 
andspringen, A. Sa-x. onspringan, 0. L. 

Germ, ant-, anspringan, O.H.Germ. int- 

springan, exstHre, oriri; andsprong(e) 

(part.) c. L. 152*. 
andsware — ondspcre Jul. 11. 
andswerien, A. Sax. andsparian, — on- 

sperie hom. 1, 73; and-, ansperede 

fpretj Mat. 8, 8 & 12, 39. 
ontenden, M.H.Germ. enzenden. 
onpakien, A. Sax. onpacian, expergisd: on- 

pakeden fpret.J Luke 9, 32. 
and — dever tweje and tweje tuhte to somne 
Laj. 24749; and, an c. l. 715 & 789; 
ant Jul. 2 & 3. 
ande — onde hoMim, Feb. 2242. 
anden — ande cathol. 9; andes fpres.J c. 

M. 21075. 
angel 

ongeltpaBcche, A. Sax. angeltpicce ^lfe. 

GBAM. 369. 

angren — ])e king was angred Feb. 262. 



anguissen^ O.Fr. anguisser. 
ape 

apepare a. b. 248. 
appel — aepple fpl.J leechd. 3, 118. 
apt; Fr. apt(4 apt, s. a. l. 68; apte Pall. 

3, 858. 
are — ore Will. 2754. 
&re — ore pbagm. 8. 

arpurde, A. Sax. arpyrde. 

arpurden, A. Sax. ^rpurdian, -peordian, 
honour. Sax. chkon. 30. 
argue re arguer; argueres fpl.J Langl. b 10, 

116. 
arhen see under ad-. 
arpe — arwen fpl.J Laj. 12576; earepen 

H. M. 15. 
asche^ O.H.Germ. asca, ascha, asga, Goth. 

azgo, — escan fdat.J Luke 10, 13; axen 

fms. acxen) fpl.J hom. 2, 95; axes Tkev. 

7, 5. 
asehi; Germ, aschig, — aski **cinereus'\ ca- 
thol. 14. 
aske — askes fpl.J abch. 57, 254. 
askien — escade fpretj hom. 1, 43; acsede 

HoKN ED. HoKSTM. 43; comp. i^skien. 
asse asinus — pas le^d in asse cribbe Orm. 

3711. 
asse asina — assen fgen.J Mabk 11, 2. 
ate — 6ten fpl.J Feb. 4901. 
ater, M.L.Germ. etter. 
a|» — wijjuten ofe Hobn 347. 
aventaille^ O.Fr. aventaille, movahle front of 

a helmet, Feb. 238; aventaile Will. 3608. 
axes see acces. 
bac — have he turned fe bak p. s. 339; 

a bee HOM. 1, 239. 

bacblten — bacbite fpartj v. s. 157. 

bakslde, Swed. bakslda. 

bak water backwater, Trev. 1, 57. 
baein — basins fpl.J p. s. 189. 
badde Tbev. 7, 343. 
bddien^ M.L.Germ. beiden. 
bal — b§,le fdat.J m. h. 169. 
b»rn see beam. 
baggen — fat fei baggen(?) not fer fro 

WiCL. SEL. w. 1, 191. 
baile — wern put ... in baile (prisonj 

Feb. 1211. 
baiten — wilde bueres bete a. d. 237. 
bak^ Swed. bak? 



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bale hale — bales fpl) Feb. 4202. 

bale — pat is of alle bale leclie Al. T. 179. 

baeluwTs, 0. loel. bOlviss, malum portendetis, 
fms. bsBliwis) Laj. 17130. 
balke — balkes **trefs\ voc. 170. 
balken^ ^ed. balka. 
ban — bon fpl) feagm. 6; banes Laj. 

1875; bones a. e. 350. 
baneiir vexillarius. 
bannen — banne Fee. 5424. 
bar, see Paul u. Beaitne's beite. 7, 435, — 

bed . . . bare of euch blisse Kath. 847. 
bar 

borsper, A. Sax. barspere JSlfe. geam. 
301. 
barbe, O.Fr. barbe, harl, Gaw. 2310. 
barbet, Fr. barbette, p. s. 154. 
barewe, A. Sax. (meox)berepe, O.Dutch berie? 
bar^, A. Sax. bearg. 
baronage — barnage Havel. 2947; Will. 

4797. 
bars, O.Fr. O.Ihdch bars, — base b. b. 167. 
bas, O.Fr. bas, Lat bassus, lase, Gow. 1, 98. 
basilisk, Gr. paadtaxoc, hasHuk, ps. 90, 13; 

basilicok Chauc. C. t. i 853. 
batiire hatter, **hatura\ cathol. 24. 
bad* — bede fdat.J hom. 1, 23^ bedcs fplj 

A. E. 396. 
baiTe — for to deme bafe pe gode & pe 

uvele HOM. 1, 143; fis meiden pas bade 

faderles & moderles Kath. 77; bope, befe 

Langl. c 13, 73. 
battien — he . . . ofte hine fer inne ba- 

dede Laj. 17028; and bapede (h)is swerd 

in hure bl6d(e) Fee. 3100. 
beald — balde (dat. m.J Laj. 9613. 

baldeliche — baldelike Havel. 53; bal- 
dellker (cotwpa/r.) p. l. s. XI, 69. 
beane — beana, beane, beanen (fl.) leechd. 

3, 86 & 108; bene Eich. 6004; benes 

Havel. 769. 

benebrCd 'pam^ia fahacem, voc. 198; Wicl. 
E. w. 61. 
beam — bern hom. 2, 21; Maeh. 10; 

bearne fdatj Mat. 22, 25; bearnes fpl.J 

A. E. 272; bearne (gen. plj Mat. 20, 20; 

bearnan, bernen, bearne fdat pl.J Mat. 

17, 25, Maek 3, 28 & Luke 1, 17; 

bernen Laj. 8061. 
beast see best. 



beaten — hit bet fpres.J Beand. 26; fei 

. . . beten pe stretis they lounge about, 

Wicl. E. w. 152; bet fimper.) a. d. 289; 

betende f part. J st. gen. a. ex. 2713; 

beot (pret.) Beand. 24; fai ... biite 

Fee. 2907. 
bed — Jjonne men gad to bedde Laj. 711. 

bedsuster Eob. 27. 
beddien — ne muhen ha . . . bedden in a 

breoste h. m. 43. 
bede hom. 2, 135; as heo bed hire beden 

Jul. b 205; bedes Oem. 1748. 

bedeman Al. L. a 658. 
beden — beod & bid o. a. n. 1437; biet 

& bit hom. 1, 167. 
bee, O.Dutch bie, — beo feagm. 3. 
bejen — bege Mat. 15, 14; beje fms. beie) 

5. B. w. 174; boa La?. 281; his fader 

6. his moder bo Al. T. 235. 

be)en — mine kneon ich beje fjns. beie) 

HOM. 1, 191 ; bei fimper. J Maeh. 20. 
bejsc see baisk. 
bei see beah. 
bein see bain. 

bekne — comp. forebeacne. 
b^knien — beacniende *Hnnuen8\ Luke 1, 

22; hio becneden f**annu>erunf*J heore ge- 

feren 5, 7. 
b^cnnnge feagm. 7. 
belden — as he bigon to belde (grow hold) 

Al. V. 49. 
beljen — fa balh he hine (Hndignaim est**) 

Luke 15, 28. 
beli, A. Sax. bylig JSlpe. geam. 320. 
belken — belke cathol. 27. 
belle — bellen (pi.) Al. L. c 586; belle 

Sax. cheon. 259. 

belle weder heU-wether, Town. myst. 86. 
belwinge hellowing, mugHniLs; belle wing Gow. 

3, 203. 
beme tiuha — beman (pL) hom. 1, 87; heme 

hom. 2, 115; MISC. 163; beman (dat. pi.) 

Mat. 24, 31. 
bend^ O.Dutch bende, — leode tire benden 

[bendes] La?. 21922; altised . . . of bende 

p. L. s. Vin, 68. 
benden — fe amiral bende (h)is browes 

Fee. 1954. 
Benedibt^ Xe;^. Benedictus, Benedict^ a. r. 162. 
Benet^ O.Fr. Benoit, B,ennet, peompt. 31. 



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beod — biede (dat.) Angl. 1, 23. 

beodeii^ ^mcr. ^ft^TlT^ — fu scalt 
. . . beode fpreachj fer godes godspel Laj. 
29507; beode, bude Eer. 1793 & 1825 
beode d, beet fpres.J hom. 1, 47 & 55 
bed /5?r^^.y Luke 8, 29; Sax. chron. 250 
buden Mark 10, 48; pe ben alle boden 
(for beden?) fider hom. 2, 159. 

beoden see beden. 

b^diDge^ M.H.Germ. bietunge, oUatio, Wicl. 
E. w. 167. 

beon — been, bion fma. by on) Mat. 20, 26 
& 27; bien Angl. 1, 9; buen, ben p. l. 
s. Vm, 20 & 87; ben, bi st. gen. a. ex. 
15 & 1195; beo, b§ Fer. 517; to bienne 
ayenb. 131; be fpres.J spec. 30; fu bist 
FRAGM. 7; fa hpile je bud a life p. l. s. 
vm, 12; (hi) beod, bead hom. 1, 89; 
bieth, biedh misc. 28 & 31; bu)) Fer. 
100; buj), be)) E. g. 354 & 356; beo 30 
featej swide bisie Laj. 7915; ibie fpart.J 
MISC. 34. 

berk lark, latratm, Angl. 4, 197. 

berkere s. a. l. 70. 

bere t^ms — beres fplj st. gen. a. ex. 
191; bueres a. d. 237. 

bere 

beremele farina hordei, leechd. 3, 98. 

b^pc — fe* jonge man to his brede spak 
wit wel faire bere Al. T. 129. 

beren^ Sansor. Hi^HH Bopp's gloss. 250, 
— J)is seal beren eoper saule to hevene 
riche hom. 1, 39; we sculled bere fin 
ifer(n)de Laj. 24803; b(e)oren (r. w. peren) 
hom. 1, 69; fe bitte fat beored ford 
('projects) as a paterbulge h. m. 35; ber 
fpretj hom. 1, 131; spec. 60; b^ren, 
beren Luke 7, 14 & 24, 1; beeren, b^ 
ren Langl. 5, 209 (365); bere fmhjunctj 
HOM. 1, 39; he hadde . . . born him wel 
Chauc. C. t. a 87. 

beren^ A, Sax, beren, hordeacetis: fit berene 
hiafes John 6, 9. 

beringe partus, misc. 26. 

berpen see berjen. 

besne — mid besme "scopts*\ Luke 11, 25. 

b^st — beest c. l. 121. 

bet — betere lif l§den p. l. s. Vin, 137; 
fat beste fat pe habbed hom. 2, 221. 

b^ten — & gunnen here gultes beten p. l. 



s. vm, 137; b^tan hom. 1, 113; Ut 
(im/per.) hom. 1, 17; bette fpretj hom. 
1, 83. 

bi — he tok his child bi fe hande Isumb. 
325; fet me ne zverie . . . bi f7ns. by) 
fe hevene ayenb. 6; as f e Giwes dude 
bi oure loverd Bek. 2161; he def wel 
bi me a. d. 294; fe children jede to 
tune bi dales fr. dale) & bi dune Horn 
154; bi finj olde dawe misc. 47; sunne 
liked him bi faccm^ding to J fine tale a. 
R. 334; sio manigeo pundrede be (at) his 
Isero Mark 11, 18; be dai Fer. 2129; 
be fis time Will. 1031; be fet he hef 

OfgUO AYENB. 13. 

biaeften — beften Luke 22, 6. 

bibod — bebode (pi) Mat. 19, 17; bi- 

boda, -bode, -bodan, -boden hom. 1, 119 

& 131. 
bicallen — becalle Guy ed. Zup. 7596. 
bicaren curare? to ofte man bicared fis 

lif Angl. 1, 27. 
bicasten — wif deopo diches beof bi- 

caste c. L. 694. 
bicherren — bicherd (part.) s. a. l. 149. 
bid^len, O.L.Germ. bedelian, O.H.Germ. 

piteilan, — bedseled (part) fragm. 6. 

bidelven, O.Fris. bidelva, O.H.Germ. bi- 
telban, — bedalf (pret) Mat. 25, 18. 

bifallen, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. bifallan, — 
hit biful [first text ilomp] Laj. 1818*; 
fe oreisouns . . . fat bifulle (pertained) 
fer to p. L. s. XXJ, 170; fo was hit 
bivalle Laj. 7195. 

biflean, A. Sax. beflean, — fo fet bevleaf 
fe povre volk ayenb. 218. 

biflowen drmmfiuere; biflowe (part) Horn 

ED. HORSTM. 612. 

befole hefool, Gow. 1, 10. 

biforen, 0. L. Germ, biforan, — biforen 
alle odre h. m. 19; biforen fat te laferd 
Crist pas boren Orm. 968; dor biforen 
ST. GEN. A. EX. 665; eour §ifer sunegad 
biforan drihten hom. 1, 15; swo we bi- 
foran qvefen misc. 146; beforen, -fore 
"ante\ Mat. 5, 12 & Luke 1, 8; bi- 
fore fat oure king wes ded p. s. 246. 

bijeonden — begenden John 3, 26; bi- 
3onde Mand. 1; bijonde fe broke a. p. 
1, 141. 



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bi3eten, O.L.Germ. bigetan, — ich bijet 

hit ipriten Maeh. 2; (J)u) bigete hom. 

2, 29; heo bi^aten Laj. 19366; pat ha 

beod bi^etene Kath. 264. 
biginnen, O.L.Germ. biginnan, O.H.Germ, 

piginnan, — biginne Laj. 28130; bi- 

gon fpretj hom. 1, 43. 
bigripen, O.Fris. bigripa, O.K. Germ, be- 

grifen, — begripe Pall. 2, 278. 
bihat, A. Sax. beh^t, O.H.Germ. piheiz. 
bihaten, 0. H. Germ, piheizan, — bihat 

fpres.j HOM. 1, 39; bihet fpretj hom. 

1, 99; (fu) bihete Laj. 18925; bebete 

Fee. 1402; bihiht (part.) spec. 37. 
behotinge, O.H.Germ. piheizunga. 
biheafdien, M. H. Germ, behoubeten, — 

behsefdede fpret.) Mat. 14, 10. 
bihealden, O.Z. ^^rw. bihaldan, O.H.Germ. 

pihaltan, — hit naht ne beheld (availed) 

Sax. cheon. 250. 
biheden — pou art mis bihed leg. 17. 
bihelien, 0. L. Germ, bihelian, — behelid 

(part) EiCH. 5586. 
bihinden, O.L.Germ. bihindan. 
bihof urns — to ure aire bihove eel. 

ANT. 1, 173 (misc. 108). 
bihofien — fe ne be(h)6fiad nanre ded- 

bote HOM. 1, 245. 
bihon, A. Sax. behon. 
bihuden — bihuded fpa/rt.J feagm. 7. 
binneu 

bin ward mi/rormm, Laj. 30773. 
bilafefen, Goth, bilaibjan, — bileafden fpret.) 

HOM. 1, 93; belsefed (part. J feagm. 6; 

bileved hom. 1, 81. 
bileggen, O.H.Germ. pilegen, — abtiten he 

bil3e(i)de muche del of londe Las. 14223. 
bileojen, O.H.Germ. beliugan. 
bileven misc. 56; belive Fee. 398. 
blinnen, blinne st. gen. a. ex. 289 & 

1963; blan fpret.J Fee. 1626. 
biliven, O.H.Germ. bi-, beliban. 
bilukon, A. Sax. bi-, beltcan, O.L.Germ. 

bilucan, 0. H. Germ, piluhan, ctrmmdu- 

dere» includere. 
bimurnen — bimumed fpres.J hom. 2, 23; 

bimurneden fpret.J hom. 1, 155. 
bineoden — binife Fee. 3260. 
binimen, Goth, biniman, 0. L. Germ, bi-, 

beniman, 0. H Germ, pineman, — bi- 



nimen J)e fine rihte Laj. 3694; binimen, 

-nime p. l. s. VIII, 24; bi-, benime c. 

L. 1054; biheme fpres.J misc. 32; bi- 

nomen fpret.J Laj. 215. 
bipreonen, A. Sax. beprenan. 
bir^den — birad fpa/rtj spec. 41 (a. d. 

185). 
bireavien, Goth. biraubQn, O.H.Germ. be- 

roubon, — ofre ber^fedest (birefedest) 

rihtes istreones feagm. 7 & 8; Jjus wes 

J)as kinerlche of heora kinge bir^ved 

Las. 2897. 
birinnen, Goth, birinnan, O.HGerm. pi- 

rinnan. 
biro wen, A. Sax. beropan. 
bischilden? j)u biscildest hom. 1, 7. 
bischinen, Goth, biskeinan, — bischon 

fpretj Teev. 1, 393. 
bisechen — fast heo walden bisechen fene 

king & bidden hine mildce Laj. 12270; 

biseched fprocmej eow w6pnen 12513; 

fa bisohte he nutescalen 29265. 
biseon, 0. H. Germ, pisehan, Goi^i. bi- 

saihvan, — fonne besihj) feo soule sor- 

llche to fen lich(ame) feagm. 5; bisih 

fe La?. 24157. 
bisetten, Goth, bisatjan, 0. H Germ, pi- 

sezzan, ohsidere, — besette fe tour Fee. 

3228. 
bisloberen = bislaberen? beslobered 

f? printed beflobered) fpoH.J Langl. b 

13, 401. 
bismerien — bismereden fm^. bysmereden) 

fpret.J Luke 23, 36. 
bismudelen inqvinare? bismudeled fpa/rt.J 

A. E. 214*. 
bisocne — bisokne s. a. l. 155. 
bisparren, O.HGerm. pisparran, -sperran. 
bispel — bispellen fdat. pl.J Mat. 13, 3. 
bistanden, Goi^. bistandan, O.H.Germ. pi- 

stantan, — stormes him bistode Tbist. 

1, 34; bistonden fpa/rt.J Laj. 30323; 
& is mid storme faste bistonden hom. 

2, 43. 

bisteken, 0. Butch besteken. 

bistelen — he wenden wel td bistelene 

in to f^re burhje Laj. 9756; & is bi- 

stole a wai Fee. 3876. 
bisteppen step? beo heo bistepped fdr lite 

A. E. 174. 



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bistrepen, M.H.Germ. bestreuwen, -striu- 

wen. 
bisturien, A. Sax. bestyrian, — bestirej) 

you Arth. a. Merl. 6025. 
bisulpen polluere? bisulpoz fpreaj a. p. 

2, 575. 
biswenken, M. H. Germ, beswenken fdolo 

caper ej. 
biswiken, O.Z. (r(?r*». beswican, O.K. Germ. 

piswichan, — bispiked fpres.J hom. 1, 

25; p. L. s. VIII, 7; bisp^c (pretj Obm. 

12478; bispiken fpa/rtj Obm. 11640; 

ST. GEN. A. EX. 3561. 

biswingen, A. Sax. bespingan, flagellare: 

biswngen (part.) spec. 81. 
biswinken — biswunken (pret.) leb. Jbs. 

361. 
bit^cnen — bitacned (pres.) hom. 1, 79; 

bitacnede fpret.J hom. 1, 89; bitacned 

(pa/rt.) H. M. 5. 
bit^chen — bitechen Havel. 203; bi- 

teachen Mabh. -5 ; biteche (pre%.) Al. T. 

178; bit^c, -tec (imper.) La?. 16847 & 

18922; bitahte (pret.) hom. 1, 11. 
bitellen — bitelle leg. 169. 
bitrappen, O.Dutch betrappen. 
bitrenden — sorwe him gan betrende 

Feb. 4006. 
bitreoufen — betreufode (pret.J Feb. 2105. 
bitreufinge heirothing, despomaido, Shobeh. 

59. 
bituhten — wif fair pal it was betight 

Al. L. c 596. 
bittinen, 0. Dutch betuinen, M. H. Germ. 

beziunen, — bitunde fpret.J hom. 1, 83; 

bi-, betuned (pa/rt.) pbagm. 6. 
bitpeonen mter — betpeonen Mat. 25, 32 ; 

bitwenen fissen brdderen Laj. 10461; 

bitweone twom monnen 22968; bitwene 

j)is and domes dsei 24274; & t*r bi- 

tpenen pas fe sand Obm. 14802; hpi 

ne parpe ich me bitpeone fe ilke ear- 

mes hom. 1, 185. 
bitwix — betpex, -tpeox Mat. 20, 26; 

J)§r nas n§,n pone bitpuxan heom hom. 

1, 91. 
bifenchen, O.K. Germ, pidenchan, — bi- 

finken hom. 1, 61 ; bifenche (prcB.) hom. 

1, 161; ich habben (r. habbe) me bifoht 

wh(a)t ich don wulle La?. 16745. 



bijjurfen, A. Sax. be-, bipurfan, 0. H. Germ. 

pidurfan, opm esse, — befurfe fpres. 

suhj.J leechd. 3, 114. 

buten — been buten [boute] Lai. 3749; 

jif J)e pisa mon bid btitan gode percan 

HOM. 1, 109; bfiton ane treope 221; 

biiten passtme **sine frmtiC\ Mat. 13, 

22; btite mochelere ferde Laj. 3679; 

buto, bute "WM*". Mat. 11, 27 k 

John 19, 11; biiten fu hefdest uniftJuh 

FBAGM. 7; nefde ha bilte iseid spa pat 

al J)e eorde ne bigon to cpakien Mabh. 

19; non Oder pile ge . . . biiten (sed) 

one god & one sit misc. 22; biite nele 

he . . . fe Evelin . . . bit^hen Laj. 

8263; fr6 londe woren he bote a mile 

Havel. 721; bote fat fou me Wilekin 

bringe an. lit. 12. 

biuven — for don pes fe halia gast on 

culfren onlTcnesse bufan Criste hom. 1, 

95. 

biwaken — biwake Al. T. 565. 

biweorpen, A. Sax. bepeorpan, O.L.Germ. 

be-, biwerpan, 0. ^. G^^'w. piwerfan, olrvr- 

ere: mid holi patere beporpen fragm. 7. 

biwinnen — (heo) biwunnen [biwonne] 

fpret.J Lai. 3782; biwunnen [biwonne] 

f part. J 1311. 

bipiste dwelling, state — bipist, -pest hom. 

2, 161 & 169. 

bid = mid? see Zupitza's note to Gut 

OF Wabw. 2408, una, shnul: bifore hure 

knele je alle bid ene f^ns. bi dene) ass. 

347; bed ene f?ms. bedene) Guy 2408. 

bidden — to biddene hom. 1, 39; bidded 

fpres.J Lai. 16834; biddez s. a. l. 153; 

& helpes me biddad hom. 1, 13; bid- 

dinde [biddinge] fpartj Lai. 16754; baed, 

bed f pret. J Luke 7, 3 & 8, 37; & bed 

hine piten fene forpundede mon hom. 1, 

85; bad Feb. 2127; bone fat ])ou bede 

p. s. 153; (hio) b^den Luke 4, 38; 

bMen pbagm. 6; bede Will. 2102; al 

so hi hare bedes bede Al. T. 370; bede 

fsuljunct.J Lai. 29884; beden fpartj hom. 

2, 63. 

biden — muche chele he bid spec. 110 (a. 

D. 176); bide fimperat.) h. m. 11; comp. 

anbiden. 

biding Feb. 4026. 



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bied see beod. ^ 

bindeii; Samcr. ^pmTIT Bopp's gloss. 

236, — (he) bond, bounde fpretj Wicl. 

Jerem. 39, 7 & Mat. 14, 3; bounde n. 

p. 20; luve bonde hire st. gen. a. ex. 

2692; heo bunden Laj. 10006; J)et his 

e3an bunden fohligaveruntj hom. 1, 121; 

bunden fpart.J hom. 2, 11; Havel. 1428; 

bounde Will. 2091. 
birde see burde. 

birle — birlen (dat. pi) Laj. 19942. 
biri^el see burdel. 
bisehop 

biscopstQl — biscopstole fdatj Laj. 18218. 
bit, M.L.Germ, bit, bet n. 
bite — ))anc bite **htLccellam\ John 13, 30. 
bite — biten fdat. pi J La?. 21364. 
biten — bit fpres.) ayenb. Q^-^ heo bited 

Laj. 20173; bitej) ayenb. 70; bitinde 

fpart.J A. R. 428; bat fpret) Orm. 12422; 

bot ST. GEN. A. EX. 2926; Charlis bot 

his lippen Fer. 141 ; ibete fpart.J Trbv. 

7, 299. 
biter MISC. 27; ])et bittere pragm. 6; to 

J)an bittre dSde hom. 1, 27; of bitere 

speche 95; bittere fplj 43; bitterer /^co^w- 

par.J PR. 0. 7272; hie turned frani . . . 

bitere to biterure hom. 2, 173; bitterest 

[biterest] fsuperlatj Laj. 9685; bittrest 

hom. 1, 283. 

biterliche Lai. 13626*. 
biteren, 0. H. Germ, bitaran. 
Mac Fer. 2437. 

blakberie, A. Sax. blaecberige, fms. blake 
berie) voc. 140; Will. 1809. 
bUc — blak l. h. r. 150. 
blad Feb. 4433; blad, blade prompt. 37. 
Uadre — blaedran, bladre fdat.J lebchd. 

3, 82 & 84. 
bl»8 — bias Fer. 2648. 
blftst — wij) strengjje of his blast fafflatusj 

Jje white brent fan rMe Arth. a. Merl. 

1538. 
blibten — biaste leg. 167. 
blak see blac. 
Mane, O.Fr, blanc. 
UandisseD see blanden. 
blase — blesen **fae%bus*\ John 18, 3. 
bl&wen — bio we Havel. 913; fe engles 

. . . blowe)) heore heme misc. 163; biawe 



[bldu] fimper.J Laj. 25789; afer J)eo b^ 

men blopen fragm. 7; blapende fpartj 

hom. 1, 87; atter pet fe aide deovel 

bl(e)ou on Adam hom. 1, 75; bleu hom. 

2, 19; LEG. 165; blep st. gen. a. ex. 

3085; blewen Laj. 22061. 
blapinge hom. 1, 75; bldpinge a. b. 426. 
blead" soft — blote (= bloute?) hides rel. 

ant. 2, 176. 
bleeken see blecchen. 
bl^de LEG. 85; withoute eni blede foffspringj 

Al. T. 27; blede, blsede, bidden [earlier 

text bleda] face, pi J John 15, 2, 4 & 16. 
bleden^ 0. Icel blceda, — bledinde fpart.J 

A. R. 118. 
bice see bleo. 
blereii — fou blerest no3t so min eje Fer. 

507. 
blesmiii^ fro7n O.Icel bloesma f marts appe- 

tensj, desire the ram, cathol. 34*; see 

blismen. 
blessedhed leaUtudo, s. a. l. 82; blissed- 

hede ayenb. 97. 
bletsiea — blecen hom. 1, 59; bletsede 

fpret. J Mark 8, 7; & blessed so wi)) his 

bri3t bront aboute Will. 1192; and wol- 
de have blissid f stricken J him bet Rich. 
546. 
bletsiug^ A. Sax. bletsung, — bliscing st. 

GEN. A. EX. 1532. 

blie see bleo. 

blikien — blikinde fpa/rt.J Marh. 13. 

blind Orm. 1859; senne blindne Mark 8, 

22; Jjas blinden hand 23; blindere fgen. 

pi) Mat. 15, 14. 
blinden^ 0. JS. Germ, blinden, — blindij) 

fpres. J Wicl. sel. w. 1, 379. 
blindnesse — blindnisse Mare 3, 5. 
blisse — mid muchelere blisse Laj. 2100. 

blisful HOM. 1, 191; fe blisfuUe tidinge 
77. 
blisslen — ne mei nan mon . . . blissien 

him mid fisse pordle f**gaudere cum sae- 

oido**J HOM. 1, 33. 
blii^e hentgntis — mi blithe fader destr. T. 

2342; blidest fsuperlatj Laj. 31147. 
bli|»nesse^ O.ff.Germ. blidnissa. 
bl6d — blodes spot sweat of blood, a. r. 360. 

blodwurt, M.H.Germ. bluotwurz, — bl6d- 
werte leechd. 3, 314. 



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blok — a blok finclosed space?) as br6d as 

a halle A. p. 3, 272. 
blostme — blosman fpl.J hom. 1, 109; 

blostme, blostmes hom. 2, 89 & 161; 

blosmes spec. 45; mid blostmen hom. 2, 

89; wi)) blosmen spec. 43. 
blot Chauc. C. t. I 1010. 
bl6t 8ee blead. 

bldwen — blewe fpretj Angl. 3, 280. 
blusehen rubere^ splendere, spectare, — blu- 

shit the sun destb. T. 4665. 
blusien^ A. Sax. blysian farderej, Swed. blysa 

(lucerej Rietz, sv. dial, lexik. 
blising a/rdor: the blising of the cole Bee. 

561. 
bobben^ Swed. bobba fstota emodj Eietz, sv. 

DIAL. LEXIK. 44. 

boc — fa boc Luke 4, 17. 

boeber — bochiers (pi.) Langl. ed. Wr. 

435. 
bod — he wende fat he brohte boden 

swide gode La3. 27999. 
bode — boden **nunm8*\ Luke 9, 52. 
bodien — bodian J)a(n) soden ileafen hom. 

1, 97; heo peren . . . bodiende umbe 

godes riche 95; bodede fpi^etj liXi. 27123. 
bodi) — j)e soule love]) pe bodi so c. l. 

1169; an due . . . fat hardi bodi was 

Bob. 183. 
bocf — beof s. a. l. 156. 
boj, Gr. u^X'^^j Sanscr. ^IKfi? — h© is 

under wude bd^e Horn ed. Lum. 1227. 
boje — hope pragm. 6. 
bodien — bo win "flectere, eurvare, inclmare**, 

prompt. 46. 
boilen — boilinde (part.) leg. 164. 
boket^ Gael, bucaid. 
bold — boldes (pl.J leb. Jes. .830. 
bolkinge **ertu}taW\ prompt. 43. 
bolle — a boUe with meede Trev. 7, 528. 
boilen — iswolle and iboUed Trev. 1, 299. 
bolt A. D. 291. 
bonde p. s. 150. 

boni honny: bonie londes Alis. 3903. 
bor see bur. 
bord — hordes fgen.J Bek. 1186; heo se- 

ten to horde Laj. 14950; at godes horde 

AYENB. 235. 

bordel^r^ 0. Fr. bordelier, keeper of a brothel, 
Gow. 3, 322. 



bordAreii h&rder: bordiired f part. J Mand. 

217. 
bore see beore. 
bor^ien — wolde borwe monei of him Trev. 

7, 413; borwede fpretj Bob. 393. 
borjinge — borewinge Angl. 4, 198. 
bosem gremium, — in Abrahames boseme 

sitte LEB. Jes. 163; in his bosome he 

bar % thing Langl. b 16, 254. 
bost 

bostful boastful, WiCL. sel. w. 1, 2. 
b6te fragm. 6; bote fou dd me bote s. a. 

L. 155; 3eoven bale i bote stude h. m. 

33; bo ten (pi.) a. r. 120. 

botles — a botlgs bale Langl. c 21, 208. 
boterle — botrie **prompiuariwn\ voc. 178. 
bd|ie, M.L.Germ. bode, O.Icel. bud? 
bojifin^ O.H.Germ. podam. 

bofemlez, M.H.Germ. bodemlos, bottom- 
less, A. p. 2, 1022. 
bou^t see bo3t. 
boweu see bojen. 
bowien see bodien. 

brad — brod Laj. 1320; brade (pi) 4212. 
br»den — brede Pall. 11, 101. 
brai hray, Alis. 2175. 
brain — brein Fer. 1901. 
brake? bojes of brake Fer. 3263; bowes 

of brake Langl. c 21, 293; destr. T. 

5728. 

brand incendium, — brond Laj. 7527; fei 

. . . sette . . . wilde brond (ms. bround) 
an on in king Daries lend Alis. 1855; 
nou tak fou fe brond (titfionem) Fer. 
2238; fe Sarsin fanne adrou (h)is brond 
(ensem) 580; bront Gaw. 1584; bronden 
(dat. pi) Laj. 27519. 

bras 

braspot brass-pot, prompt. 47; voc. 256. 

brafli, 0. Icel bradligr, violent: a bra()))li 
braid Angl. 2, 240. 
bread — bread, bred st. gen. a. ex. 364 

& 2079; bred hom. 2, 27; Laj. 31800; 
' for evere mi bred had(de) b6(n) bake 

Fer. 577; breades (gen.) a. r. 262; 

bredes Shoreh. 20. 
br^cb — breech Al. L. a 731. 
br^de — feo br&de leechd. 3, 98; spines 

brede . . . al to diere he hi beid Angl. 



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1, 15; j)^ . . . braden (ace.) leechd. 3, 

98. 
breden fovere, Angl. 3, 61. 
breideD — fe ancre never ludre J)er efter 

pene gult ne up breide hire a. k. 426; 

sche braid bure wel ne3 wod Fer. 2099; 

fan braide ffor braid) he up of his bed 

Will. 686; faste hi drowe & breide p. 

L. s. XXI, 108. 
brekeii — him jjouhte pat his herte wolde 

breke Chauc. C. t. a 954; jif hit itit 

fet J)u brekest godes heste hom. 1, 21; 

he brae here bendes hom. 2, 113; a wa- 
ter brak out Trev. 1, 191; brseken, bre- 

can John 19, 32 & 33; piduten brokene 

breade a. r. 342. 
bren 

branbrSd panis furfur em, voc. 198. 
brengeD — brohte (brohte?), A. Sax. brohte, 

O.Fris. brochte, O.L.Germ. brahta, O.H. 

Germ, prahta, fpret.J h. m. 45; brahte(?) 

ford blostmes rel. ant. 1, 129 (hom. 2, 

161); brohton hom. 1, 101; hxoMGi fpart.J 

Havel. 513. 
brcnnen — brenne)) fpres.J c. l. 1258; 

brende (pret.j Fer. 2243; as fah ha 

bernde Marh. 19. 
breost — pat breost Laj. 27556*; pi breost 

p. L. s. XVIl, 66; breostes fgen.J hom. 

1, 183; a fan breoste Laj. 27553; breost 

fplj leechd. 3, 120; pa breost pe pu 

suko Luke 11, 27; pine breoste pragm. 

6; breosten misc. 151; brustes Fer. 

1072; breostam, breostan, breosten fdat. 

pi.) leechd. 3, 120, 122 & 128. 

briistbon Fer. 1623. 
breopen — brewe E. g. 355. 
brerd; Swed. bradd. 

brerdful, Bwed. braddful. 
br^se^ A. Sax. breosa Leo's gloss. 511. 
bresten^ see F. Kluge's beitr. z. gesch. d. 

germ. conj. 65, — berste fpres. mhJ.J 

o. A. N. 990; pe bees burs ten out Eich. 

2892; hire limes burste p. l. s. XV, 193. 
br^ir — brep Trev. 2, 185; brep, breep 

Chauc. C. t. c 552; bretz p. r. l. p. 

221. 
br^u mperoUmm — brepas fpl.J leechd. 3, 

98. 
briht^ Goth, bairhts, — briht, breoht Luke 



11, 34 & 36; brict Horn ed. Horstm. 

14; his brihte fms. brithe) bride Havel. 

2131; brihte fdat. m.J Marh. 19; brihte 

(pi. J h. m. 19; Havel. 2610; his e^en 
. b(e)od spa brichte hom. 1, 165; brihture, 

brihtere (compar.) a. r. 38 & 182; brih- 

tore SPEC. 57; brictere hom. 1, 139; 

brictest (mperl.J st. gen. a. ex. 1910. 

brihtllce Mark 8, 25. 
bribten^ O.Icel. birta. 
brihtaesse — brihtnisse, brehtnisso John 5, 

41 & 17, 22; brictnesse hom. 1, 239. 
bringeii — ne mihten heo . . . heore nenne 

a dftn bringe La?. 26588; bringen on 

induce, Orm. 7717; & bringed hire on to 

gederen a. r. 222; peonne bringed he 

up sum luder pord 426; hit bringed pid 

him care h. m. 33; pat heo ne bringe 

ous ... in sorwe p. l. s. XIX, 284. 
brink — bi pe se brinke Horn ed. Lum. 

141. 
briiineu — beornen pragm. 7; birnende, 

\)QOxxsm^Q (partj hom. 1, 41 & 95; burne 

(pret. svhj.J Laj. 28085. 
bro see breu. 
brdc — broke (dat) Laj. 10831; a. p. 1, 

141; brokes (pi) Laj. 31228. 
broebe *'vertC\ voc. 11%\ **monile*\ 199. 
brocke^ O.Dutch brocke, O.H. Germ, brocco, 

from broken, fragmen, frmtum; hroccan 

(dat. pi.) Mat. 15, 37. 
brod, 0. Butch breed. 
brok^ Ban. brok, taxus. 
broken see bruken. 
brosen see brtisen. 
bro|» Al. V. 310. 
brosnien^ A. Sax. brosnian, rumpi, deficere: pu 

scalt rotieu & brostnian (for brosnian?) 

FRAGM. 7. 

brdd'er — broper Orm. 296; broder, O.Icel. 
brodur, brcedr, (dat.) Mat. 22, 25; broj)er 
Laj. 4294; brodra (pi.) Mat. 13, 55; 
bredre, O.Icel. brcedr. Sax. chron. 32; 
bredre, bredren hom. 1, 9 & 11; bredere, 
bridere st. gen. a. ex. 823 & 2271; 
briper s. s. ed. Wr. 1899; bredren Laj. 
4292; Jul. 40; breperen, bripren Wicl. 
GENES. 29, 4 ; bredere, A. Sax. brddra, 
O.Icel. brcedra, (ge^i. pi.) st. gen. a. ex. 
2213; breperne Brand. 26. 



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broudiour^ brouderere, Fr. brodeur, hroiderer, 

PROMPT. 53. 

bruche h. m. 21. 

bride — bride Havel. 2131; Chauc. C. 

T. E 1818; brede Al. T. 129. 

brudale Horn ed. Lum. 1032; bridale 
ST. gen. a. ex. 1674. 

bridgifto **nupUa^'\ Mat. 22, 2. 

briidgume — bredgumen fgen.J Mark 2, 
19. 
brugge — fe brigge . . . al of marbre imad 

is sche Fer. 1680; comp. drahtbrugge. 

briggeward Fer. 1700. 
brdken^ GoUi. brtikjan, — aelra fara pinge 

))e on paradis beod J)u most briice hom. 

1, 221; brdken La?. 15334; broke p. l. 

s. XIV, 51; Fer. 3484; brouke (pres.J 

p. s. 332; brukest hom. 1, 111. 
briin — broune fplj spec. 28. 
brunie — burne hom. 1, 155; bur nan fpl.J 

Laj. 1701. 
brisil **fragilt8", cathol. 44. 
brAsen — bruse Wicl. deuter. 9, 3; bri- 

side, brosede, broosede fpret.J Wicl. numb. 

22, 25 & 4 KINGS 23, 14. 
brusten^ Germ, btirsten, Dan. bOrste, verhe- 

ra/re — offce hi him bete and burste (r. 

w. nuste) Al. T. 331 ; see busten. 
brusArc — brisstire "qvassatio"\ prompt. 52. 
bruwe^ Samcr. >*44 /*. Bopp's gloss. 253, 

— brouen fma. browen) ^pl.J spec. 39. 
bAc — a bouk of a motoun Man. ed. H. 

174; buke fdat.J hom. 1, 25. 
bueke — bukkes fplj Orm. 1330. 
budde Pall. 3, 1144. 
budel — budeles fgen.J hom. 1, 99; budeles 

fpl.J Jul. 17; bedeles hom. 1, 237. 
buffetunge buffeting, hom. 1, 207. 
bAjen — to ))e ich bupe & mine kneon ich 

beje HOM. 1, 191; btih fimperat.) Marh. 

20; bou3 ayenb. 194; bei^, A. Sax. beag, 

Goiih. bang, O.H.Germ. boug, Lat. ffigi, 

Gr. uecpSDYa, Samc7\ «j^|^^ fpretj Al. 

T. 433. ^ 

bou^inge indinatio, ayenb. 153. 
buggen^ see L. Meier, d. got. spr. 109 

and F. Kluge, beitr. z. gesch. d. germ. 

con J. 122, — buggen hom. 1, 163; 

beggen Angl. 1, 10; bigge E. g. 353; 

beid fpi^es.J Angl. 1, 15; baij) ayenb. 



23; (pe) buggef hom. 1, 185; bege 

finvper.J John 13, 29; bohte fpretj La?. 

4799. 
buggere — biggere E. g. 355; buggares 

fpl.J LEB. Jes. 856. 
buggunge — bugginge, bigginge Langl. b 

19, 230. 
buh 

buhsum, BuUh buigzam, Germ, biegsam. 

buhsumnesse hom. 1, 73. 
bulehin^ diminut of bule, bitlcktn, taurvJus, 

Man. ed. H. 174. 
bulden — bulde Fer. 2377; bulde fpretj 

Trev. 2, 75. 
bule — bole **taurus\ voc. 177; Trev. 7, 

445; bnle fpl.J Kath. 61. 
bule, O.Fris. bel, — bile ''ulms\ voc. 267; 

btila fpl.J leechd. 3, 84. 
bulge — bulges htdgas, Trev. 7, 385. 
bulken = bunchen? 
bulten, O.Fr. buleter, Ital. burattare. 
bumblen, Swed. bumbla, bumla Eietz, sv. 

DIAL. LEXIK. 65. 

bunten = bulten? 
bur 

burllch — borllch Angl. 3, 280. 
burbele — burbels fplj s. a. l. 168. 
burbelen, Span, borbollar. 
burde? coinp. foleburde. 

bur) — )>as burh [borh] La?. 6050; ))er he 

fthe hoar J burh hafved ichosen 12312; 

buruh HOM. 1, 93; buri 253; bure^ fdatj 

Fl. a. Bl. 213; of })ere buruh a. r. 54; 

burje La3. 4264; burbles fpLj Laj. 15364; 

bur3hes Orm. 6982; burgan, burgen fdat. 

pl.j Mat. 11, 1 & 14, 13. 

burhcnave Laj. 15555. 

burh pare, A. Sax. burhparu f. 
burjen^ A\Sax. byrigen, — beregen John 

19, 41 ; to fare berjenne f7ns. berienne) 

11, 38; berigenne 20, 1. 
burden hti/ry — burje fms. burye) Kob. 252; 

to burjene fms. buriene) hom. 1, 37. 

burden — burege hom. 2, 191; to burepen 

ham pij) pe fragm. 7. 
burleu — buriaj? fpres.J fragm. 1 ; als it 

birde fms. birrde) Orm. 2472; see buren. 
burlnesse — berines destr. T. 4336. 
burjon — burjoun fms. burioun) Wicl. sel. 

w. 3, 30. 



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bHrne^ Goth, brunna (tckjyt^). 

hva^t — athalt hire burde (nature) h. m. 13. 

burd'el frucUfer? ilc birdel fms. birdhel) tre 

ST. GEN. A. EX. 119. 

burHene^ O.L.Germ, burthinnia, sarcina, par- 
tus, — berdene John 16, 33; birden hom. 

2, 213; ligten him of his birdene misc. 

12; at on burdene st. gen. a. ex. 1467; 

at oon birthen fpartuj Tre v. 1, 205. 
buschen — , buschen on feldo Will. 173. 
bvsi — bisi, besi **asstdtiics, solmtus**, prompt. 

37; bisie (plj ayenb. 58. 

bisillche — bisillche ftns. bisilichen) [bu- 
sillche] Laj. 4473; bisiloker (compar.) 
WiCL. 1 Pet. 1, 22. 
busien — bisied (part.) ps. 39, 18. 
bisinesse **asdduita%^ dUigentia^ solidtudo**, 

PROMPT. 37; besinesse **diligenUa\ Trev. 

1, 5. 
busk see busch. 
busten^ Swed. bysta Kietz, sv. dial, lexik. 

68, Dan. bOste Molb. ordb. 1, 145, = 

brusten, burston, — ofte pei him bete & 

buste (r. w. niste) Al. L. c 331. 
butere 

buterfllje, A. Sax. buttorfieoge. 
butte^ Swed. butta Eietz, sv. dial, lexik. 

67, rhombm. 
butten, Swed. butta, botta Kietz, sv. dial. 

lexik. 48. 
buttinge hutting, Havel. 2322. 
caccben — fe ojjre . . . chacief for)) Oli- 

vere Feb. 955; hu he havede jjene nome 

icaht La3. 10843. 
cacbere catcher: fise cacheres . . . coupled 

hor houndez Gaw. 1139. 
cairen — fe candelstik . . . watz caired 

(= caried?) Jjider a. p. 2, 1478. 
caiser^ Goth, kaisar, O.H.Germ. keisar, kei- 

ser, O.Icel keisari, — kaser Orm. 8329; 

caisere (dat.) Mark 12, 17. 
cakelinge cackling, prompt. 58. 
calcinacidn^ Fr. calcination, calcination, Chauc. 

C. T. G 804. 
caleulacion^ Lat calculationem, calculation, 

Gow. 2, 345. 
cald — cheald John 18, 18; cheld l. n. 

p. 214; cold, child Langl. c 18, 49; 

calde (pi.) HOM. 1, 95; cares ful colde p. 

s. 152; caldore (compar.) l. h. r. 143. 



kaMe = kelde? ps. 147, 17. 

calden — colde)) (pres.) misc. 101; keldej) 

Angl. 3, 279. 
calf vitulus — calve (dat.) a. s. 4. 
callien — calle Gow. 1, 148; Pall. 1, 

1042; (J}ei) calles (pres.) Will. 239; 

cald (part.) hom. 1, 271. 
calme Gow. 3, 230. 
calu — caluj Alis. 5950. 
calfing calving. Pall. 8, 66. 
camb^ O.L.Germ. camb, — a cokkes comb 

Mand. 207. 
can — kan *'novi", Mark 14, 68; con 

Kath. 817; nis nan sunne fet he no con 

hom. 1, 35; thou canst . . . fQ ricthe 

gate Havel. 846; hpet so fu const . . . 

bifenchen Jul. 66. 
candele 

candelstaf, A. Sax. candelstaef. 
canen^ Germ, kanen, 7nucescere; caned (part.) 

cathol. 53. 
cang^ Swed. k&ng (pr, yster) Eietz, sv. dial. 

LEXIK. 307. 

canonic^ O.Icel. kanunkr, — canoun Bek. 

386; chanon, chanoun voc. 194 & 209. 
canunk see canonie. 
cape (cape?), O.Icel. kapa, — coope Wicl. 

exod. 25, 7. 
capen (capen?) — chaped (part.) Chauc. C. 

T. A 366. 
capital^ O.Fr. capital, capital, Trev. 1, 129. 
cappCj O.Icel. kappa, — cappe **caleptra* 

(xaXunxpa), voc. 182. 
car see ker. 
caracte^ 0. Fr. caracte, char act, character: 

caractes ))at Crist wroot Langl. ed. Wr. 

7600. 
carbuncle 

charbuncleston Fer. 1741. 
care Luke 10, 40; h. m. 27; care and 

sorwe KoB. 301; carun (dat. pi.) Luke 

21, 34. 
carien^ Goth, karon, — care (pres.) spec. 

54; (we) cariej) p. s. 149; heo careden 

(pret.) LEB. Jes. 25. 
carien — in centre to carien (= cairen?) 

aboute Langl. prol. 29. 
carkeis — carcais pr. c. 874. 
caroine — careine Chauc. parl. f. 177; 

carion pr. c. 847. 



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carolen — carole and singe Chauc. d. Bl. 

849. 
carp, 0. Icel. karp fshrydenj Fbitzner's okdb. 

341, Swed. karp (prat J Eietz, sv. dial. 

LEXiK. 187, hlateratio, concertatio? a, p. 

2, 1327; s. a. l. 83. 
carpen, Swed. karpa, garpa (slcryta, trdtaj 

KiETz, sv. DIAL. LEXIK. 187, — cai'pende 

fpartj Gow. 3, 196. 
carpare, Swed. garper Kietz, sv. dial, le- 

x;[K., ca/rper, pbompt. 62. 
cart leg. 169; Chauc. C. t. d 1539; E. g. 

353; kart voc. 167; carte 181; comp. 

dungcart. 
cartere, carter Chauc. C. t. d 1542. 
castfl — J)8et castel Luke 19, 30. 
casten — caste fpretj Kob. 151 ; icast fpwrtj 

HOM. 1, 51. 
castinge casting, Wicl. sel. w. 1, 351; 

kasting Will. 942. 
cat — cattes drit p. s. 240. 
catour see achatour. 
caul — cool Pall. 1, 879. 

colknif? Town. myst. 85. 

calstok, O.Icel. kalstokkr, cmdis hrassicae. 
cavillacioun, 0. Fr. cavillacion, cavtllation, 

Chauc. C. t. d 2136. 
c^Iinge cetlmg. Per. 1330. 
censer, senser, for encenser, O.Fr. encensier, 

censer, Chauc. C. t. a 3340. 
centre Gow. 3, 92. 
certein 

certeinliche certainly, leg. 47. 
certeint^, O.Fr. certainete, certainty, Man. 

ED. H. 278. 
certifie — we . . . certifie Gow. 1, 192. 
ceruce, seruce, Fr. ceruse, cenise, Chauc. C. 

T. A 630. 
cetewale, cetuale see zedepal. 
chaffare see cheapfare. 
chaft **maxilla**, cathol. 57. 
chaire see chaere. 
chalk 

chalcston, A. Sax. cealcstan. 
chambre Mand. 24; chombre ayenb. 215. 
chambr^re, IV. chambriere, Mand. 102. 
chaunterie, O.Fr. chanterie, chantry, Chauc. 

C. T. A 510. 
chauntur, O.Fr. chanteur, chante^\ s. a. l. 

60; chauntour Trev. 2, 349. 



chapele, O.Fr. chapele, Marh. 20. 
charge — charge, charche Trev. 7, 405. 
chartre, O.Fr. chartre, career, st. gen. a. 

EX. 2043. 
chateren — cheterejj fpres.J Trev. 1, 239. 
chaterer chatterer, cathol. 60. 
chaufeu — chaufed fpartj Wicl. Is. 44, 15. 
chafcleii, Buiich kevelen. 
cheatle, chefle ga/rritus? a. r. 72. 
cheake, Swed. kek m. (mala, maxUla), — 

cheke **j<yue*\ voc. 145; **gena**, 185; 

cheke **maxillam*\ Wicl. judges 15, 15. 

ch§kbOii Fee. 5650. 
cheap — fet is ]je punderlukeste cbep fet 

eni mon efre funde hom. 1, 163; gi*§t 

chep {quantity of goods on saJeJ Chauc. C. 

T. D 523; Mand. 208; bien gr§t chep 

Wicl. E. w. 185. 

cheapfaren — chaffare Chauc. C. t. b 
139. 

cheapman — chapmen (pl.J La?. 11356. 

cheapscamel Luke 5, 27. 
cheapien vendere — fu . . . lettest kn of 

fe tpeolve . . . ch(e)api [chepin] Jje & 

sullen Jul. 63; chepe fpres.J p. s. 159; 

heo cheaped hire s6ule pe chepmon of 

helle A. R. 418. 
cheaste — cheste hom. 1, 111; cheste, chee- 

ste Chauc. C. t. i 556; chost p. s. 151. 
ehek — chek mat check-niate, s. a. l. 213. 
chele see cheole. 
ch^e hom. 1, 33; Trev. 1, 135; chele, 

chule p. L. s. Vni, 100 & 118. 
chelle! p. s. 154. 
cheoken — choke fpres. stibjj Town. myst. 

91. 
cheole — & herte him . . . on pe chel(e) 

Fer. 3194. 
cheorl '*mrum\ John 4, 16; cherl ayenb. 

76; cheorles fplj John 4, 18. 
cheoseu — ))at men mouthe ... a peni 

chesen f discern j Havel. 2147; Charles 

het Kichard chiise his knijtes Fer. 4367; 

cheosed fpres.J h. m. 39; chiest ayenb. 

126; (hi) chiesef ayenb. 45; chus fim- 

peratj Marg. 103; cheas fpretj John 6, 

70; and his peig deden ches fholj st. 

GEN. A. ex. 2736; such strengfe he him 

po ches c. L. 1317; chalk whlt(e) chim- 

nees fer ches fdiscernedj he inoje Gaw. 



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798; chose s. a. l. 5; cosen Cpart.J Sax. 

CHRON. 250; comp, acheosen. 
chcosunge — chiezinge ayenb. 42. 
fheowen — upon fe bridel cliewe Gow. 1, 

334; lat hem chewe as fei chose Langl. 

B 18, 199; chewij) code Wicl. deutee. 

14, 6. 
t\L^m\vk^<t chewing, prompt. 74; ayenb. 111. 
chcr, M.L.Germ. kere /*.. — one cherre a. 

R. 314; sum chearre Jul. 41; unnefe 

wolde eni don a char p. s. 341. 
ch^r — a most cheere hinde **cerva carisst- 

ma*\ WiCL. PROV. 5, 19. 
ch^re — chiere ayenb. 155. 
cheri 

cherifoire chsrry-fair, Gow. 1, 19; Lidg. 
M. p. 231. 

cheri time Langl. b 5, 161. 

cheritree — chiritree Pall. 3, 1147. 

cherreii — ne cherre he ongean Mark 13, 

16; chirden fms. chyrden) fpret.J Luke 

23, 56. 
che&e^ A. Sax. c^se -^lfr. gram. 315, — 

chese, chise Trey. 1, 405. 

cheslippe cheese-, ches-, hesltp, voc. 202. 
chesel see chisel. 
fhesible — chesibles (pi J Langl. 6, 12 

(7, 20). 
chesteiiie see chasteine. 
chete for eschete, prOxmpt. 73. 
fhetel^ Goth, katils. 
ch^teii^ O.Icel. kaeta (laeUficareJ ? hi hit che- 

teJ & hlissid hom. 1, 233. 
chifal^r^ O.Fr. chevaler, chevalier. Langl. b 

18, 99. 
cheTalrous^ O.Fr. chevalereus, chivaJrous, d. 

Aeth. 3604. 
chiTaehie^ 0. Fr. chevauchie, expedition on 

horsehach, Chauc. G. t. a 85. 
chefese^ A. Sax. cefes, cyfes, — chivese Laj. 

6356. 
ch^wen see cheowen. 
ehiehe '*oicer*\ Pall. 4, 57. 
chtden — chidan hom. 1, 113; chided 

(pres.J H. M. 39; chidde (prelj Eob. 390; 

chidde (part.J Aeth. a. Mbrl. 7237. 
chtdinge Trey. 2, 97. 
chiere see chere. 
chilce see childse. 
cUM Mat. 2, 9; hom. 1, 37; cild hom. 1, 



227; per hvile fet hi is mid childe a- 
YENB. 224; cildre ftns. chyldre) (pl.J Luke 
18, 15; children hom. 1, 7; childre fyen. 
pi.) hom. 1, 7; children Havel. 499; 
(ms. chyldren) Mat. 21, 16. 
childbering childbearing, Wicl. genes. 25, 

24. 
childhad, A. Sax. cildhad, — childhade 

(datj Mark 9, 21. 
childlaes Orm. 2312. 
childli Gow. 2, 228. 
childjjing puerpervamf furh hire childfin- 

ge [childinge, printed childeringe r. s. 

iq MISC. 158 & 159. 
childinge — childing Alis. 623; Gow. 1, 

69. 
chillen^ Butch killen, 0, Butch kilden? 
chillinge^ Butch killing, chilling, prompt. 75; 
Langl. b 6, 313 (ed. Wr. 4424). 



chin^ Sanscr. 




m. f. Bopp's GLOSS. 



398, — chin **mentum\ voc. 146, 183 

& 207; chinne fdatj Trev. 1, 257; & 

swor bi his chinne La3. 18764. 
chincn — chine Fer. 212. 
chippcn — chippe **dolare\ cathol. 64. 
chireche — chirechen (pi) La?. 20971. 

chircheclodes (chirche clodes?) a. r. 420. 

chirechedure — et fe chirchedure (chir- 
che dure?) hom. 1, 73; kirkedure Orm. 
1327. 

kirkeflGr Orm. 9015. 

chirechegrid, A. Sax. ciricgrid. 

chirchehawe Chauc. C. t. i 964. 

chirchepeorc hom. 1, 31. 
chirchin church, prompt. 75. 
chiri see cheri. 
chirne^ O.Icel kiarni(?). 
chirking chirking, Chauc. C. t. a 2004. 
chiste '*arca me sarcophagus**, Trev. 2, 807; 

chiste, cheste Chauc. C. t. d 817. 
chiterilige chittering, Trev. 2, 159; chite- 

ring WiCL. deutbb. 18, 10. 
chitte^ L.Germ. kitte, H.Germ. kitze. 
chiTeren — chivered (pret) leg. 165. 
choje^ O.Fr, choe? — choughe (ms. chowghe) 

PROMPT. 57. 

chafcen see cheoken. 
chusen see cheosen. 

cinieiit; O.IV. ciment, cetnent. Pall. 1, 449; 
siment Wicl. genes. 11, 3. 



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finamome^ Fr. cinnamome, Chatjc. C. t. a 

3699. 
cisterne s. a. l. 136; Mand. 106. 
clme — clene lif hom. 2, 85 ; of ure sunne 

make us clene 1, 63; bursten hire bondes 

& breken alle clane Jul. 58; clenneste 

fmperlatj h. m. 43. 

clftnllch, A. Sax. cl&nllc, — clenlike ftm. 
clennlike) fadv.J Orm. 1644. 
cimnesse — cleannesse h. m. 11; clannesse 

Rob. 332. 
dmsien — clensi ayenb. 137; clensed 

fpa/rtj HOM. 2, 87. 
clai — cleij s. a. l. 178. 

Cleiclot PRAGM. 5. 

claim j O.Fr. claim, clai^n, Gow. 1, 250. 
clappen — aud clappej? as il mille Chauc. 

C. T. I 406. 
claspe **offmdix'\ cathol. 65. 
claspen — claspe cathol. 65. 
clater^ 0. Dutch klator, orepitamlum : that 

thou had halden stille thi clater Town. 

MYST. 190. 

clA* — mete & clad Laj. 16853; clades 
fpl.J HOM. 1, 37; he reude his clados 
Jul. 70; clojjes Rob. 463. 
clothlees, O.Icel. kl^dlauss, without dothss, 
Chauc. C. t. i 343. 

cU|»en^ M. H. Germ, kleiden, — heo . . . 
cl^fed heom mid jeolupe clajje hom. 1, 
53; clojjej) fimper.J Rob. 36. 

claUj A. Sax, clapu voc. 71. 

Akyfty L.Germ, klS-ver, klever. 

clawien^ M.L.Germ. klawen, clauwen, klo- 
wen, klouwen, — clowe (clowe?) Fer. 
463; clew (pret.) 5339. 

clcmcren see climbren. 

cle«YCii — (fai) clove (pret) Fer. 2724; 
cloven (pa/rt) Fer. 1623; cloven [cleft] 
Wicl. Mat. 27, 51; comp. forcleven. 

depien (im. clepyen) misc. 51; clepie god 
to witnesse ayenb. 64; cleopad (for cleo- 
ped) (pr6%.) HOM. 1, 119; pe cleopiad to 
gode 113; 30 me ])enne clepiad fiwvocaidsj 
13; 3if pe clepied hine feder 55; cleo- 
piende fpoHJ 117; he clipede fpretj Fer. 
142; cleped (part) Orm. 14008. 

cWr, 0,Fr. clier, — cler Fl. a. Bl. 224; 
cleer as water Trbv. 1, 123; J)e sunne 
])at schines clere c. m. 291. 



d^ren^ O.Fr, clairer. 

cWt clout — clot f'tm. clote) prompt. 81. 

dm (cleve?) Angl. 4, 189. 

devien — clivin, cleve prompt. 82; clive 

fr. w. jive) Fer. 1901; cliveth fpres.J 

Chauc. Boet. 3, 11 (101); clevede fpret.J 

Wicl. Job 29, 10. 
cWvre see olavre. 
dicchen — he fond the . . . finger with 

the ring iclijt into the paume of the 

bond Trev, 7, 537. 
dient^ Fr. client, client, Gow. 1, 284. 
dif — clive, cleve (datj Trev. 7, 461; 

conip. s^clif. 
dimben — clomben, clumben fpret.J Chauc. 

C. t. a 3636; clomme Rob. 410; clemde 

p. L. s. XIII, 123; clemden Laj. 23888*; 

iclumben (part.) Lai. 21432. 
dimbren^ Germ, klimmern, klemmern, dimher 

(dimmer), scandere: clemeri leg. 166. 
diiigen — clinge & drie Fer. 2524; i 

clinge as cleij s. a. l. 178. 
dippen — clippid (part) Wicl. genes. 31, 

19. 
dippere Wicl. Is. 53, 7. 
dippiuge 

clippingtime st. gen. a. ex. 1739. 
dips = eclipse, Langl. b 18, 135. 
doistre Bek. 2077. 
doken^ Fr. cloker, clocher, daudicare: fere 

konning(e) clerkes shul clokke bihinde 

Langl. b 3, 34. 
dokken^ Swed. klokka, klukka Rietz, sv. 

DIAL. LEXiK. 329, M.H. Germ, klucken, 

glucken Lexer, wb. 1, 1635. 
dot — cloddes (pi) Pall. 2, 17; see clotte. 
dot see clet. 
doter^ Swed. kloter (globus) Rietz, sv, dial. 

LEXIK. 330. 

dotte cathol. 68. 

dowen see clawen. 

ddvre see clavre. 

dAde — wormes wowef under cloude spec. 

44. 
dikde — cloude (dot. pi.) a. d. 243. 
duftj Swed. klyfta. Ban. klOft. 
duppen — clipte (pret.) Will. 1265. 
cMseii — closede (pret.) Havel. 1310. 
dAtien — she wolde cloute mi cote lud. 

Co v. 98. 



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cnak — knak Fer. 4599; knackis (^l.) 

WiCL. E. w. 156. 
knfti = cnel, cnul? pid^tis, Fer. 463*. 
cnape — cnapen ^(acc.J Luke 9, 47. 

knapechild st. gen. a. p]x. 2585. 
cnaTe — knave Will. 2394. 

knavebarn c. m. 2668. 

cnavechild [first text cniiitbaern] Laj. 
15526* 
cn&we — he nolde be knowe fcomcmm e»wj 

... fat hit wes a maide a. d. 258; 

conip. gecnape. 
cnapen hom. I, 263; knopen st. gen. a. 

EX. 2872; ne fas strond we ne end wed 

Laj. 4623; wode houndes fet . . . ne 

knawej) najt hare Ihord ayenb. 70; cnep 

(pretj Orm. 10373; kneu Havel. 2468; 

als if he pel him cnepe Orm. 13693. 
cn&wing — knowinge Chauc. d. Bl. 996. 
rneden^ O.Icel. knoda, see Kluge's beitr. 

z. gesch. d. germ. conj. 40, — knodin 

('pa/rt.) WiCL. SEL. w. 1, 223. 
kneding hteading. 

knedingtrogh hneadtng-tt'ough, Chauc. C. 
T. A 3548. 
cnelien see cneolieu. 
cneOj Lat. genu, Gr. yovo, Sanscr. ^|H 

Bopp's GLOSS. 138, — cneop pragm. 6; 

kneon /pl.J hom. 1, 191; knes Horn ed. 

Lum. 383; cneopen /"dat. pl.J Luke 5, 8; 

he lai on cneowe Lai. 29573; on his 

cneo R. s. V (misc. 182). 

cneores, A. Sax. cneoress, cneoriss, gene- 
ratio. Mat. 17, 17. 
cneolieu — cneolen Orm. 11392; cneole 

(iiivper.) La3. 24163; kneolinde (part.) a. 

R. 18. 
cnif — knif Havel. 479; cnifes (gen.) Orm. 

4257; cnifes, cnives (pi) Laj. 12282 & 

22805; cnives (r. w. live) 18027. 
eniht; A. Sax. cnyht, — cnihtes (gen.) La3. 

19950; cnihte (dat.) 7703; knihtes (pi) 

A. R, 858; cnihtes, cnihte La?. 3617 & 

26780; cnihten (dat. pi) Mark 3, 9. 

kni^tchild l. n. f. 214. 

cnihth^d, A. Sax. cnihthad. 

cnihtscipe — knihtshipe p. s. 335. 

knightweede Alis. ed. Sk. 544. 
knopj O.Dutch M.L.Germ. knoppe, — knoppe 

**nodtis, gemma*', prompt. 280. 



cobbelj Swed. kobbel (grdns-sten) Rietz, sv. 

dial, lexik. 342. 
e«lilien^ Swed. kubba (hugga)? Rietz, sv. 

DIAL. LEXIK. 361. 

coe, A. Sax. coc .Elfr. gram. 307, — cockes 

(gen) Bek. 1090; a cokkes comb Mand. 

207. 
cac^ — cook Langl. b 5, 155. 
coee«H see cuccu. 
e^eke^ G&rm. kocke m. Gr. wb. 5, 1565, 

eoek, a<}ervu8 : cofnp. haicocke. 
CMumlier^ O.Fr. cocombre, cucumber. Pall. 

1, 981. 
cad — codde **siliqva\ scrotum, prompt. 85; 

pinberian coddes leechd. 3, 112. 
cade — cudu, cude leechd. 3, 124 & 136. 
caife — helm & coife Fer. 1605. 
cainen^ O.Fr. coigner, coin: coigne fe monei 

Gow. 2, 83; coined (part) Man. ed. H. 

239. 
tm\%\ = qvasi, qvaisi? m. t. 118. 
cake^ O.Fr. coque, cock. 

cokboot cockboat, Lidg. m. p. 152. 

? cokbelle **nola*\ prompt. 86; cokebelle 
Trev. 1, 219. 
cokerie^ O.JJutch kokerie, cookery, Gow. 2, 83. 
cakeriuge ''fotfW\ prompt. 85; o. a. n. 504. 

cal Trev. 1, 399; cole (dat.) hom. 1, 27; 

Laj. 17701. 
col, 0. Dutch koel, — coul Shoreh. 105. 
cole, 0. H. Germ, chuoli, cool: in hete or 

cole s. A. c. ED. AYr. XXX; see chele. 
coWr see coller. 
colere, O.Fr. colere, cJioler, AVicl. ecclus 

31, 23; coler Gow. 3, 99. 
colfre see culfre. 
cdllen — colon Gam. 540. 
kolis, 0. Fr. coleis, cullis, l. c. c. 20. 
coike **interior pa/rs pomi\ cathol. 71. 
coUe, 'A. Sax. (morgen)colla ? 
coller — coler Rob. 223. 
com- 

concelen conceal; conceled (part) Gow. 2, 

282. 
conclusion, 0. FV. conclusion, conclusion, 

Gow. 1, 23. 
confeccioun, 0. Fr. confecciou, confection, 

Trev. 1, 221. 
confederacie, Lat. confoederatio, confedera- 
cy, Chauc. Boet. 2, 6 (53). 

4 



36 



confessen, 0. Fr. confesser, confess; con- 

fesse fpres.J Gow. 1, 107. 
confessioun, 0. Fr. confession, confession, 

Mand. 119. 
confessour p. l. s. XII, 1; confessdren 

fdat pl.J HOM. 1, 239. 
confirmacion, O.Fr. confirmacion, conflrma- 

Uan, Gow. 1, 258; Man. ed. H, 209. 
confonne, O.FV. conformer, conform, Sow. 

2, 106. 
congelen, 0. Fr. congeler, congeal : con- 

geled fpart.J Gow. 3, 96. 
congie, O.IV. congie (conge), conge, Langl. 

ED. Wb. 8431. 
conjureson, O.Fr. conjureisftn, conjuration, 

Fl. a. Bl. 312; conjuracioun Chauc. 

BoET. 1, 4 (18). 
commandement, O.F\ com-, comandement, 

MISC. 33. 
comanden, O.Fr. com-, comander, — com- 

maunde Gow. 1, 2. 
commaundour, O.F\ comandeor, comman- 
der, PROMPT. 88. 

comftn, O.Fr. comun. 

comunllche commonly, atenb. 145. 
comonalte, O.Fr. communalte, commonalty, 

Man. ED. H. 54. 
comuner, 0. FV. communier, commoner; 

comoners fpl.J Town. myst. 210. 
comunete, 0. Fr. communite, communiiy, 

DEP. ElCH. 28. 

companage, 0. Fr. companage, any thing 
eaten with bread, p. s. 240 (a. d. 138); 
WiCL. SEL. w. 1, 19. 

compaignie, 0. Fr. com-, cumpaignie, — 

companie misc. 138. 
compainoun, O.Fr. compaignon, coirvpanion, 

Rob. 252. • 
complainte, 0. Fr. complainte, com'plaint, 

PROMPT. 89; compleinte Gow. 1,. 111. 
comprehende comprehend, Chauc. C. t. p 

223; PR. c. 7463. 
counte, O.F^. conte, cunte, computus, Man. 

ED. H. 136. 
coiintour, 0. Fr. conteor, counter, com/pu- 

tator. Bob. 538. 
conqvere Feb. 537; cuncpeari fpres.J h. 

M. 83. 
conqverour p. s. 250. 
corrumpe, 0. Fr. corrumpre (corrompre). 



WiCL. Hos. 2, 12; corrumped (pmt) 
PR. c. 2558. 

corrupt, Lat. corruptus, corrupt, Gow. 1, 
34; corupt ayenb. 82. 

conseil, 0. Fr. cunseil, — cunsail l. n. 
F. 217. 

cunsiler l. n. f. 216. 

cosinage, Fr. cousinage, Chauc C. t. b 
1329. 

conspiracie — conspiracions (pi.) ayenb. 23. 

conspire, 0. Fr. conspTrer, conspire, Gow. 
1, 232. 

constitucion, 0. Fr. constitucion, constitu- 
tion, s. A. L. 45; Gow. 2, 75. 

constreinen Hand. 188. 

constreinte constraint, Chauc Tboil. 5410. 

custume, O.FV. custume, — custome misc 
29. 

consul, O.Fr. consul, constil, Tbev. 1, 239. 

constimen, Fr. consumer, consume: consu- 
med (part.) WiCL. GENES. 41, 36. 

contekour E. g. 4. 

contenen, Fr. contenir, — conteini Rob. 
547; conteined (part.) Mand. 1. 

content, Fr. content, content, Genbr. 368. 

continuel, 0. Fr. continuel, continual, pr. 
c 8947. 

continuelliche continually, p. l. s. XVII, 
220. 

convenient, Ital. conveniente, convenient, 
Chauc Boet. 3, 11 (97). 

converten, O.Fr. convertir, Gow. 2, 58. 

convict, Lat. convictus, convict, Chauc 
Boet. 1, 4 (19). 
comlirancc = encombrance, a. p. 2, 4. 
cornel see cumel. 
comlen see cumlen. 
conger j 0. Fr. congre, conget*; cunger voc 

97; kunger p. l. s. XXXIV, 2. 
coning — coninges (pi.) Langl. b pbol. 193. 
contrariouSj Ital. contrarioso, — ayenb. 28. 
contre- 

contrefeten counterfeit, Chauc Boet. 5, 6 
(173). 

counterpoise, 0. FV. contrepeser, counter- 
poise, Gow. 3, 135. 
contr^ 

contreman countryman: contraimen fplj 
p. L. s. Xn, 56. 
coper Trev. 1, 261. 



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c#|^r6nj coperun, 0, Fr. couperon, "captiel- 

lunC\ PEOMPT. 91. 
Mpie Man. ed. H. 293. 
MpioHSj O.Fr.fProv.J copiSs, Trbv. 1, 399. 
fopic 9$e couple — copies fpl.J Feb. 1328. 
coppe 

copweb cobweb, Tbev. 7, 343. 
copped havmg a cop: coppid as ^ lark Hal- 

LIW. DICT. 269. 

tmrie — binde him . . . wi]j stronge cor- 
don p. L. 8. XX, 68. 
ftiMkirtf coliaundre, O.Fr. coriandre, cort- 

imder, Wicl. bxod. 16, 31. 
ftn — a corn Jul. 79; fet corn me d§d 

in to gerner hom. 1, 85; kom, koren BLa.- 

VBL. 1167 & 1879; comp. barli-, hpete- 

corn. 

corner corn-ear, Trbv. 2, 305. 

cornlond cofn-Iand, Tbev. 2, 43. 
coracinusej O.Fr. cornemuse, cornemme. Grow. 

3, 358. 
cornered cornered, Trbv. 1, 179. 
ceruetj O.Fr. cornet, cornet, Octov. 1190. 
coroMrie^ Ital. corollario, D". corollaire, 

corollary, Chauc. Boet. 3, 10 (91). 
cor6ne see criine. 
cers — cors fpl.J Kob. 154. 
cors see cours. 
costdge Bob. 391. 
coste Gow. 3, 296; fei knew(e) ful wel fe 

cost(e) (region) Feb. 1552; costes (pi.) 

Langl. b 2, 85. 
cestnien — he esste what hii costnede 

EoB. 390. 
costimnge Mabk 4, 17. 
cot, M.L.Germ. kote, — seffe i ... cot 

hade t6 kepe p. s. 152 (a. d. 104). 
cough Pall. 8, 123. 
comite^ couiten see under com-. 
coupe — coupes of clene golde Lanol. 3, 

22 (23). 
cours Gow. 1, 130; cors Feb. 1108. 
court see curt. 
coii|»eii see ctiden. 

crabbe — crabben (pi.) hom. 1, 51. 
chibbe 

crabbeappule, Swed. krabbapple, crab-apple, 

**maciammb\ pbompt. 99. 
crabbed^ Swed. krabbed (vtlts) Rietz, ' sv. 

DIAL. LBXIE. 



cradel^ Gael, creathall. 

cradelbarn Havel. 1912. 
croft — fe craft is ihate astronomic Laj. 

24297; craftes men craftsmen, Tbev. 1, 

113; crafte (dat.) o. a. n. 787; craeftes, 

craftes, craefte (pi) Laj. 2395, 10105 & 

15789; merci schal hir craftez kife a. p. 

1, 356; craeften (dat. pi) Laj. 11797. 

craftful 
craftfulllche bel. ant. 2, 176. 
croften^ O.Fns. (ur)krefta. 
croft'i — a crafti weorcman Laj. 22892. 
crak Tbev. 1, 409. 
crane (crane?), M.L.Germ. kran, kron. 
craTcn — pe craven hom. 1, 59. 
crAwe — crowe Kob. 490. 
cr^wen — creu (pret.) s. a. l. 162. 
crdwing crotving, Tbev. 7, 535. 
creacidn^ 0. Fr. creation, creation, Gow. 2, 

158. 
creancCj 0. Fr. creance, ot^edence, Chauc. C. 

T. B 915. 
credence^ M. Lat. credentia, credence, s. a. 

l. 60; see creance. 
credible^ Lat. credibilis, credible, Gow. 1, 23. 
crekcn — a crowe . . . creked Tbev. 7, 

535. 
crellcj Gael criol? 
crcopen — creoped (pres.) hom. 1, 23; 

crep, creep (pret.) Chauc. C. t. a 4226; 

crepte Gow. 3, 258; Chauc. C. t. a 

4193; crep ten Will. 2235; cropen (part) 

Wicl. E. w. 296. 
cresset Gow. 3, 217. 
crcTace Chauc. C. t. i 363. 
criiiig crying, Feb. 2433. 
crime Wicl. deeds ap. 23, 29. 
crlour Tbev. 1, 247. 
crisme 

crismechild misc. 90. 

crismeclod chrisfin or chrisom cHofh, hom. 
2, 95. 
crisolite^ 0. IV. crisolite, chrysolite, Mand. 

276. 
crisopace^ O.Fr. crisopace, chrysoprase, misc. 

98. 
crocodile — 9, crocodilles hide Pall. 1, 960. 
croft^ O.Dutch kroft, crocht Oudbm. bijdb. 

3, 555, — croft Town. myst. 199; croffce 

(dat.) s. A. L. 160. 



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croiserie^ 0. Fr. croiserie /croisadej, Rob. 

486. 
cr6k cincinntts, p. s. 327; foj jur crune be 

isehave fair hep ^ur crokes rel. ant. 2, 

175. 
croke — mi bS-nes als kraukan driod fa 

PS. 101, 4. 
crdkidnesse erookedfiess, ^\iciu sbl. w. 1,273. 
crdkeii — i croke eitrvor, rel. ant. 2, 211; 

fe stature bowej) and crokef Trev. 2, 186; 

fe crokede bond p. l. s. XVII, 345; fe 

crokede fplj atenb. 224. 
croketj 0. Ff\ croquet = crochet /"meche d^ 

cheveuxj, p. s. 329; Gow. 2, 370. 
cral, erollen see crul, crullen. 
crufldej Ir, cruth, Gael, grutb. 
crHllen — crollid fpa/rt) Fer. 1354. 
crame^ /iVm;^^^. kruma, krumme m. Rietz, sv. 

DIAL. LEXiK. 353, — crumme prompt. 

106; Gow. 3, 35; cruman (plj Mat. 15, 

27. 

cromboUe? pl. cr. 437. 
craminiDj L. Germ. krOmen, crum, in micas 

fria/re, prompt. 106. 

ca, Sanscr. * 1 1 H Bopp's gloss. 108, a. s. 4. 

couschote **palumbm'\ cathol. 79. 
cubitj Lat. cubitus, ct^it, Trev. 2, 235. 
cuccu — cukkou Trev. 1, 229. 
cucheue^ O.H.Germ. cuchina, chuchina. 
CHde — cude, code c. m. 1958. 
cvggelj Welsh cogail (distaff, truncheonj? 
cul see kel. 
cttlfre — culfre brid Orm. 7887; fet tu 

. . . habbe kulvre kunde a. r. 292; cul- 

vere briddis **pullos colmnharum*\ Wicl. 

levit. 5, 7. 
CHlIen^ 0. Dutch killen, kellen focdd&i-ej, M. 

H. Germ, kellen, == cpellen, — (b)a kul- 

do bem doun Fer. 2660; keld (part.) 

OcTOV. 1063. 
cam- see com-. 
cumbleB see cumlen. 
cnmbren = encombren? 
cnme Mat. 25, 35; pu bist him cume doore 

Laj. 4373; cumene (gen. pl.) Luke 2, 7. 
cHme 

cumelicb — comeliche (ad\!.) spec. 37; 
comlokest (superlat.) Gaw. 53. 
cumen, see Paul u. Braune's beitr. 8, 80, 

— cumen Luke 18, 16; hom. 1, 19; 



cumen [come] Lai. 3025; cumaen, cuman 
fragm. 6 & 7; to cumende hom. 2, 117; 
kumed, A. Sax. cymed, cymd, (pres.J hom. 

1, 81; (pe) cumed 51; hi -corned p. l. 
8. Vm, 118; cum (imper.) Laj. 12944; 
cume (subj.) Horn ed. Lum. 143; cominde 
(pa/rt.) ayenb. 264; cam (pret.) st. gbn. 
A. ex. 494; leb. Jes. 285; cam Langl. 
b 9, 151; com (com?), come a 10, 166, 
B 9, 137 (bd. Wr. 5449 coom); com 
(com?) fragm. 8; (r. w. hom) l. n. f. 
216; 8(e)odden he com td monne (he be- 
came man) hom. 1, 167; seinte Katerine 
of noble cunne com p. l. s. XIX, 1; so 
sdne so she td him come Al. L. g 511; 
fou c6me Jos. 434; J)ai kemen Fer. 3130; 
comen (part.) misc. 197. 

Mmiilgc coming, Trev. 1, 29. 

cun — monna cun genus hominum, hom. 1, 
97; alles cunnes pilde d(e)or 79; cunna 
(pl.) leechd. 3, 94; tpeire kinne hom. 

2, 95; on feole kunne wisen (r. wise) 
multis moddsy Laj. 1717; a Jjre cunne wise 
MISC. 38; of alle kinne cpike der Orm. 
14558. 

cunrgden — kinrede, -rade Trev. 7, 471. 

cuudc^ O.Icel. kynd? — cunde hom. 1, 99; 
his kinde pas pel pide spred st. gbn. a. 
ex. 650. 

evnde — kende, kinde prompt. 271. 
cundhede — kinhgd Will. 4515. 
cundellch — kendelich ayenb. 47. 
kindeship benignitasy Gow. 2, 292. 

emidel — kundles (pl.) a. r. 200. 

cuBgcr see conger. 

eunnen — heo cti])en alle spechen hom. 1, 

93. 
cuntc^ Icel. kunta, Angl. 4, 190. 
cApc — cupen (pl.) Fl. a. Bl. 435. 
euppe 

cupbord cupboard, a. p. 2, 1440. 
cAre Feb. 1062. 

curious^ O.Fr. curious, curious, Trev. 2, 169. 
curiosity, Fr. curiosite, curiosity, Gow. 3, 388. 
cvrre^ ' Swed. kurre Rietz, sv. dial, lexik., 

our. 
curs — cors Fer. 303. 
cursien — curseth, corsef (pres.) Langl. b 

15, 166; cursed (part.) hom. 2, 11. 
cvrteisie — kurteisie a. r. 70. 



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curtel — kurtel, kirtel Trbv. 7, 355; 

curtles (pi.) Trbv. 7, 401; kirtles Orm. 

9292; kertles ayenb. 267. 
cus^ O.LMerm. cus, cos, — cosses (pi) a. 

B. 102. 

eiisscn^ O.L.Germ. cussian, — kisse Chauc. 

C. T. A 3680; cus (imperat) a. r. 102; 
custe (pret) Horn ed. Lum. 405. 

cussvnge^ M.H.Germ, ktissung, hissing, oscu- 

latio, SPEC. 70; kessinge Fl. a. Bl. 513. 
esstc — custe (pi.) Laj. 31019; custe (dat. 

pi.) 20324. 
custivesse^ A. Sax. cystigness. 
cvtteD — citte (pret) Havel. 942. 
euttingc cutting, prompt. 111. 
cAiteii^ Goth. (gasvi)kunj)jan, — cufe p. l. 

s. Vin, 50; cuife leg. 38; kiden hom. 

2, 139; he cuded Marh. 19; kijje)) Orm. 

1131; his craft he dus kided rel. ant. 

1, 211 (misc. 5); he cuf o. a. n. 132; 

cuj) (imper.) misc. 90; (J)u) cuddest (pret) 

Jul. 62; muchele luve he us cudde p. 

L. s. Vnif 97; kidde Lidg. m. p. 125; 

())e3)* kidden Orm. 17822; kiped (part) 

Orm. 16979; kud Fer. 1401. 
cuS'd'ej 0. H. Germ, chundida. 
cuYeiten — coveite Gow. 2, 136. 
cpakicn — qvakie misc. 193; a. d. 241. 
qTakinge^ A. Sax. cpacung, quahing, tremor, 

Rob. 336; Wicl. Mark 16, 8. 
cpalm — cpalme (dat) hom. 1, 115; cpal- 

mes (pi.) Luke 21, 11. 
cwecchen — qva^te (pret) Fer. 607. 
cw^d — Jjene qvede (ms. quede) misc. 44; 

qvede (pi.) p. l. s. IV, 31. 
epcisCj M. L. G&i^m. qvese. 
epellen^ 0. L. Germ, qvellian, — qvellin 

*'suffoeare*\ prompt. 419; ne mai him nO 

feond cwelle s. a. l. 153; and with here 

axes out the braines qvelle (knock) Chauc. 

Troil. 4715. 
qTcIUng nex, Eob. 296. 
ewclmcUj O.L.Germ. qvelmian. 
cp^me — cpemest (superlat) h. m. 11. 
cpimen hom. 1, 247; h. m. 5; cweme Laj. 

13486*; qv§me o. a. n. 209. 

cpte; Sansor. ^|lrfM Bopp's gloss. 138, 

— qven, qvene misc. 195 & 196; qwen 
[qween], qwene c. l. 881 & 1192; qvene 
Fl. a. Bl. 818; Shorbh. 131; qviene s. 



A. L. 154; qvene red rel. ant. 1, 182 
(misc. 122). 

cwenchen exsUngvi — qvenche ayenb. 204; 
Trev. 1, 187; fat fur qveinte an 6n p. 
L. s. XV, 204; qvenched (part) Mand. 
70; qvenchid Wicl. Mark 9, 44; cpon- 
ked Orm. 4417. 

qfenchiDge quenclmig, exsUnctio, treat. 135; 
qvenching misc. 7. 

cpeHen — cpede, A. Sax. cpide, (pres.) hom. 
1, 99; Kath. 869; cpefed, cped hom. 1, 
31 & 113; qved hom. 2, 5; (pe) cpedad 
HOM. 1, 113; cpedinde (part) 99; cped 
(pret) 15; qvef, qvaj) misc. 40 & 86; 
qvaf Langl. c 4, 490; qvath, qvodh, 
qvod, hwat Havel. 606, 1650, 1800 & 
1888; hio cpMen John 1, 22; cpefen 
HOM. 1, 5; qvoden st. gen. a. ex. 3267. 

epic, 0. L. Germ, qvic, Goih. qius accus. qi- 
vana, Lat vivus, Russ. xhblih, Sanscr. 

^f^PFI Bopp's GLOSS. 140, — slou to 

fijte & qvic to fle Eob. 455; qvik water 

Wicl. genes. 26, 19; (J)at) cpuce bread 

hom. 1, 241; 61c fing cuces 225; cpike 

briddes Kath. 64; cpike & grene bojhes 

Orm. 10002; qvike [cpike] (dat pi) Laj. 

27317. 

qvicSi^te Rob. 537. 

qviksilver Mand. 52. 
cpicnes^e — qviknesse prompt. 421. 
cpiddeD, 0. IT. Germ, qvettan, chvettan, — 

cpidded (part) Orm. 282. 
cwikien — qvikie s. a. l. 159; fe brond 

fe is al aqvenched . . . ne qviked he 

nevre hom. 1, 81; qviked (part.) Chauc. 

C. T. P 1050. 
cwiknen — a^en qvikenid [v. r. qvikide] 

**revtxif\ Wicl. genes. 46, 27. 
cwiste^ A. Sax. (ge)cpiss, Goth, (ga)qiss ; 

comp. biqveste. 
d«d see dead. 
d»dc — bitvex him & J)e was mad a prive 

dede Man. ed. H. 259; dede, deden (pi) 

p. L. s. VIII, 5 & 45; dede, dade, d§des 

hom. 2, 15, 131 & 222; d^den Mat. 

18, 31; dedan (gm. pi) hom. 1, 117; 

dedan, dede (dat pi) hom. 1, 99 & 159; 

deden fragm. 7; La?. 13976; dede p. l. 

s. Vm, 2; o. A. N. 1580. 

dffidbote — Jja dedbote hom. 1, 23. 



30 



ihelj O.Fris. dei, — dei & niht hom. .1, 65; 
daeijes fgen.J Laj. 30032; djges eije Alis. 
7511; de3e, dei^e, deje fms. deie), daje 
frm. daie) fdatj hom. 1, 99, 191 & 229; 
daije Mabk 10, 34; bi daje fnis. daie) 
o. A. N. 241; dages fplj Mat. 28, 20; 
da^es HOM. 1, 35; dae^es, daejes [dajes, 
daijes] Laj. 3895 & 19216; dajes fms. 
dales) MISC. 28; dsBges leechd. 3, 84; 
daige (gen. pl.J Mat. 24, 29; fifti da^a 
HOM. 1, 87; dagon fdat pl.J Luke 4, 25; 
an his da^en La?. 10932; after his dajen 
19848; on his dsBJe [daije] 9090; on 
fan daegen leechd. 3, 84; fat he had 
brojt of dawe Feb. 2143; see daje. 
dajhpamllc, A. Sax. daeghpamlTc. 
daigrCd John 8, 2. 
dairime, A. Sax. daBgrima. 

Wl — J)e moste del a. r. 330; fat beste 
del hom. 2, 143; il(c) del Havel. 818; 
deel Tebv. 1, 153; naenne dal (earlier 
vermn dM) John 13, 8; dele (datj Tbev. 
2, 85; d^les (pl.J Mat. 16, 13; d^lo 
(gen. pl.J fbagm. 1^ 

iIkIcii^ O.L.Germ. delian, delien, — f^r heo 
gunnen ddfelen (discederej Laj. 18897; nu 
wit scuUen delen (discepta/re) fene d&d of 
nure ma^en 26041; heo gunnen delen 
(certarej 30417; dealen lif & soule a. r. 
400 ; hi d^lef fragm. 6 ; fe womman fat 
5e with d§len (uUminiJ Langl. b 7, 90; 
del (imper.J st. gen. a. ex. 3239; deled 
elmesse **daie ele(eJmo8ynam*\ hom. 1, 111 ; 
fet du ne d§le (parimpesj noht fer inne 
67; delden (pretj hom. 1, 91; d&led 
(partj Orm. 598; fis fing was deled and 
dijt so hem fdu^t best Arth. a. Merl. 
5349. 

daft 

daftelejc manmefudo, Obm. 2188. 

ikf — doh LEECHD. 3, 88. 

daje^ 0. FHs. daga(?) pi. dagen, 0. H. Germ. 
(tulti)tago, — da.5en (pl.J hom. 1, 119; 
dajene (gen. pl.J Laj. 3615. 

dn^cniug; Ban. Swed. dagning, — daweninge 
Trbv. 2, 9. 

dajnnge^ M.H.Germ. tagunge. 

dalCj A, Sax. dolg, O.Fris. dolg, dulg (vul- 
nttsj, O.H.Germ. tolg, tolc (tUcm, tmlnmj? 
— dalk fibula, cathol. 89. 



Ak\tf Goth, daila (fi&TOX>^)- 

dam^ O.iy. dam, dan, dans, dominus, Havel. 

2468; dan atenb. 1. 
damage Tbev. 2, 391. 
damDaciouD; dampnacioun, Fr. damnation, 

damnation, Chauc. a b c 23. 
dan see dam. 
danken^ Swed. dUnka (hefuktaj Bietz, sv. 

dial, lexik. 112, humectare: dankit (pretJ 

DESTR. T. 7997; see donken. 
davtig^r^ 0. Fr. dongier, domdnatus, potestas, 

PROMPT. 114. 

darnel Trev. 7, 525; m. h. 145. 
dasi 

dasiberd voc. 217. 
date dacUflm — dates (pl.J Mand. 57. 
daUj Swed. dauv Eietz, sv. dial, lexix. 86, 
O.Icel. daufr? otiosm, trisUs? (ms. daw) 
Town. myst. 26. 
dauli, O.Icel. daufligr, trisUs? destr. T. 

9595. 
daunten see danten. 
dAwe **monedida*\ cathol. 91. 
de- 
debate, O.FV. debatre, delate, Gow. 1, 40. 
deceit Trev. 2, 391. 
declaracioun declaration, Trev. 1, 243. 
declin, O.Fr. declin, decline, p. s. 154. 
decline, O.Fr. decllner, decline, Trev. 1, 

327. 
decrees, 0. Fr. decreis, deorease, Gow. 3, 

154. 
defaute, O.Fr. defaute, Rob. 2; atbnb. 

73. 
defendour, O.Fr. defendeour, prompt. 115. 
defoulin, for bifoulen, **in^nare, poUuere**, 

PROMPT. 116; defoule Gow. 3, 20. 
defrauden, O.Fr. defrauder, defraud: de- 

fraudef (pres.J Langl. 7, 69 (8, 71). 
delectaciun, O.F\ delectation, delectation, 

s. A. l. 74. 
delicious, O.Fr. delicious, Gow. 3, 24. 
delitable, O.Fr. delitable. Brand. 2. 
deliverance, O.Fr. delivrance, — delive- 

raunce Trev. 2, 291. 
denien, O.Fr. denier, — denie Wicl. Mat. 

26, 34. 
departen, 0. Fr. departir, — and depar- 

tef f e southside of Indc from Ethiopia 

Trev! 1, 63. 



81 



depose, 0. Fr. deposer, depose, Langl. b 

15, 514. 
depost, 0. Fr. depost, deposit Wicl. 1 

Tim. 6, 20. 
descent, Fr. descente, descent, Gow. 3, 207. 
descripcioun, O.Fr. description, desoription, 

Trev. 1, 29. 
descriven, 0. Fr. descrivre, descrire, — 

descriin prompt. 120; de-, discrived, di- 

scried fpart.J Langl. c 23, 94. 
despeiren, O.Fr. despeirer, — despeired 

fp(M±J Gow. 1, 318. 
deteurmine, 0. Fr. determiner, determine, 

LiDG. M. p. 66. 
devot, O.Fr. devot, — devout Rob. 369. 

devoutliche d^vouUy, ayenb. 211. 
d^ — dee Gow. 2, 209. 
dead hom. 1, 51; dead, ded st. gen. a. ex. 
217 & 2493; de dede se 750; faes dge- 
dan FRAGM. 5; heo beod deade a. r. 310; 
jja dede [deade] Lai. 22873; deadre 
[deadere] inanne **mortuorii}n\ Mat. 22, 
31 & 32. 
deadllc — a dedllcli mou misc. 46; he 

zene^ej) diadliche ayenb. 86. 
deadllcnesse, A. Sax. deadlicness, dmdli- 

ness, A. R. 382. 
deaf — deave f'pl.J Marh. 6; deve hom. 

2, 129. 
d^fnes deafness, "swrdtim'*, voc. 224. 
deajen — died, idi^ed fpart.J Trev. 2, 331. 

dear^ Samcr. ^^Xf^f — der hom. 1, 27 
dar Marh. 16; ayenb. 32; Will. 564 
derst hom. 1, 27; (pe) durren Jul. 42 
(hi) dorren ayenb. 78. 

deare — deorc Luke 11, 34; fragm. 5. 

derk — derke (dat) Horn ed. Lum. 1431. 

dearkien — i durk(e) and dare c. m. 25432. 

dea* — dM Laj. 20677; jived deades 
dant A. R. 274; dea])es drench deadly 
potion, AYENB. 130; defes wonde Eob. 
49; dejjes wounde Fer. 851; hure ddfes 
stounde, Germ, ire todes stunde, 953; 
deade fdat.J hom. 2, 97; fa fe fader wes 
on deade Laj. 318; efter his deade a. r. 
314; dia])e ayenb. 7. 

detii — depes fffm.J st. gen. a. ex. 3327; 
dewes dropes spec. 114 (a. d. 179). 
deupater, M.H.Germ. touwa^j^m*, hom. 2, 
151. 



decembre^ O.Fr. decerabre, December, Bob. 
441. 

d^)en — dejen fms. deien) a. r. 134; deje 
f^ns. deie) Horn ed. Lum. 109. 

deint^^ 0. Fr. deintet (dignite), Wicl. E. w. 
220; clofes of gret deinte Alis. 7070; 
deintes (pi.) Bek. 1202. 

deite^ 0. Fr. deite, deity, Chauc. C. t. f 
1047. 

d^je fms. deye) a. d. 259. 

delfen — delven ftns. deluen) infodere, st. 
GEN. A. EX. 2452; delve pittis Wicl. ge- 
nes. 26, 25; dolven fpi^et.J st. gen. a. ex. 
3189; dolve [delveden] Wicl. ps. 21, 17. 

delvin^e **fossfa/ra'\ prompt. 118; Langl. b 

6, 250. 

demaJne^ 0. Fr. demaine, demain, domain, 

Gow. 3, 349. 
deme — deman, demen fdat.J Mat. 5, 25 

& 27, 2; demen fdat. pi.) Luke 21, 12. 
demen — deman hom. 1, 95; demen Mat. 

7, 1; ant demen fdamnare) me to deade 
Jul. 24; demed fpres.) hom. 1, 105; he 
domad ffor demed) stidne dom 95; dem 
fimperat.) A. r. 12. 

demmen^ Goth, (faur)dammjan. 

den^ M.LMerm. denne. 

deofel hom. 1, 21; devel fms. deuel) Havel. 
446; divel rel. ant. 1, 209 (misc. 2); 
deofles fgenj p. l. s. VIII, 98; deovles, 
deoveles h. m. 17 & 41; deofle fdat.) a. 
R. 84; deofles fpl.) p. l. s. Vm, 49; 
deofle HOM. 1, 27; deovlen Jul. 22; de- 
velen Eob. 506; dievlen ayenb. 86; deo- 
flene fgen. pi.) Jul. 38; deovlene o. a. 
N. 932; deoflan, d(e)ovelen fdat.pl.) hom. 
1, 73 ^ 103. 
deofellic, A. Sax, deofolllc, diaholicus: J)a 

deofllche jitsunge hom. 1, 106. 
deofelschin praesHgia diaholicaf deofel- 

shine fdat.) Orm. 8110. 
deopj A.Sa-x. diop zeitschr. 21, 37, — so 
dep 6)) Rob. 233; diip Feb. 1687; hu 
deope is fe eorde a. r. 232; fe deope 
di^helnesse Orm. 5501; deope fadv.) h. 
M. 33; deope leared Eath. 388; ddpe 1&- 
red Orm. 7207; deoppere fdai. f.) fragm. 
8; deepen fdat. pi) Laj. 21776; seoven 
voten deopere [deoppere] Laj. 15895; 
deppest fstdperlat.) Trev. 1, 45. 



sa 



ile«pe — on deopan ^*in altum*\ Luke 5, 4. 
de«pn«s8e — dupnesse fdatj lbechd. 3, 84. 
dear — deor (pi. J hom. 1, 43; 2, 35; 

deoren [deore] fgen. j)!.) Laj. 20852; 

deoran (dat pi. J hom. 1, 115; deoreu 

Mabk 1, 13. 

deorcen, A. Sax. deorcynn, hestfarum genm, 
HOM. 1, 221. 
de«re — diere (tm. dyere) Luke 7, 2; dure 

frend Fer. 282; diere (ad^.J Angl. 1, 15; 

deorest (mpm^l.) h. m. 13; heo him hadde 

doorest ibojt p. l. s. XIII, 136. 

deorpurde pragm. 6. 

deore purdllche preciomly, h. m. 11; dure- 
wurdllche Laj. 15151. 
dcare — dere Rob. 416. 
darling — durling rel. ant. 1, 170 (misc. 

102). 
deornesse d^amess; derenesse s. s. ed. Web. 

3144. 
deor|»e^ 0. L. G&rm. diurtha, diuritlia, — 

derfe p. s. 323; Trev. 2, 55. 
d^p|i«^ 0. Dutch diepte, O.Ieel. dfpi, depth, 

WiCL. EXOD. 15, 5. 

dcre, M.L.Germ. dere, dare, Fer. 4613. 
dcrf atidiix, Gaw. 1492. 

derflic, O.Icel. diarfligr, d/urus, gravis, au- 
dax: fi derfli dede c. m. 1143. 
derf 

der(f)ful A. R. 348. 
derfnesse^ A. Sax. gedeorfnyss, — derfnes 

c. M. 3996. 
derien — deren hom. 2, 73; dered fpres.J 

MISC. 14; ])as tpa ])ing deriad oft ))an al- 

den HOM. 1, 109; deredest fpret.J fragm. 7. 
derne^ A. Sax, dierne, 0. H. Germ, tarner, 

ohsowrvs, subdolus. Bob. 289; do5 he be 

deme hunte misc. 2; derne love Chauc. 

C. T. A 3278. 

demellche obscure, subdole — dernelike 
MISC. 14; dernelike and stille an. lit. 
5; daernelike, -li^ Orm. 6914& 7370; 
durnellche Bek. 27. 
dcniel see darnel. 
d^r|»e see deor])e. 

derven — derfde /pretj Laj. 8731. 
dcsclandre^ for sclandre, Bek. 2061. 
deAj 0. Fr. defi, due, (ms. dewe) Trev. 5, 

407. 
diacne — deakne hom. 1, 81. 



die — feovene dich misc. 39; dikes ('plj 

Havel. 1923; diches Rob. 409. 
di^el 

dijellic ocmltus: (his) dige(l)llche, die(l)- 
llche tocume hom. 2, 5 & 7. 
digg«n^ Dayi. dige, — digge [v. r. delve] 

pittis AViCL. GENES. 26, 25. 
dihten — fa setten heo biscopes fan folken 
fr. folke) to dihten Lai. 10201; his kine- 
rlche ... he hit dihte and delde 9192. 
dllc — diles fgen. J leechd. 3, 92. 
dim^ O.L.Germ. thimm? — dimme fpl.J rel. 
ANT. 1, 210 (misc. 3); his dimme ejen 
fragm. 5. 
dime^ Fr. dime, O.Fr. disme, demma, Lidg. 
M. p. 137; dimes, dismes fpl.) Langl. b 
15, 526. 
dimmen — dimmede fpret) Trev. 7, 411. 
dindelen^ O.Dutch tintelen fUnnireJ? 
dinen — dinede fpret.J Rob. 558. 
din^r Langl. 6, 293 (7, 278). 
diiigeii Fer. 717. 
dir&ti^ nee dursti. 
dis- 

disalouen, 0. Fr. desalouer, dimllow ; dis- 

aloued f part. J Langl. b 14, 130. 
dis-, deschargen, O.Fr. deschargier, Langl. 

B 15, 528, c 18, 231. 
disclose disdom, Gow. 1, 294. 
discomfort, 0. Fr. desconfort, drnmnfm-t, 

Trev. 1, 363. 
disconforten, 0. Fr. desconforter, discom- 
fort, Chauc C. t. a 2704. 
discorden — discordej? fpre-s.J Trev. 1, 

123. 
disesen, 0. Fr. desaisier, disease; disesej) 
fpres.J Gow. 3, 3; disesid fpart.J Wicl. 
1 kings 28, 15. 
defiaunce, 0. Fr. deffiance, defiance, Lidg. 

M. p. 92. 
desgvisen — desgvise Gow. 2, 227. 
desmaien, J^an. desmayar, far esmaien? 
dismembren, 0. Fr. des-, demembrer, — 

demembred fpart.J Rob. 559. 
disobeie, 0. Fr. desobeir, disobey, Gow. 

1, 86. 
disordene disordinate, ayenb. 46; Chauc. 

Boet. 2, 2 (36). 
desparagen, 0, Fr. desparagier, — dis- 
paragide fpret.J Trev. 7, 385. 



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disporte, O.Fr. desporter, nport, (jow. 1, 

119. 
dispose, 0. Fr. disposer, dispose, Lidg. m. 

p. 22; disposed fpart.J Trev. 1, 109. 
desputeson, O.Fr. desputoison, disp^itation, 
Gow. .1, 90; disputesoun Chauc. C. t. b 
4428; disputacioun a. l. 139. 
desputeD, 0. Fr. des-, disputer, — des- 

puti p. li. s. XIX, 74. 
dissolven dissolve; dissolved fpart.J s. a. 

L. 80. 
distance, 0. Fr. distance, distance , Bek. 

1285. 
devis, devise, 0. Fh\ devis, devise, Ital. 
divisa, see under de-, — to maken it 
aftur liis devis leg. 46; at his aim de- 
vise c. M. 11576. 
devisen, O.Fr. deviser, see under de-, — 
a weork he gan him devise leg. 46. 
ilisch — disse fdat) Horn ed. Lijm. 1144. 
discipliiM*^ 0. Fr. discipliner, discipline, Bek. 

2867. 
disnie see dime. 

(liviiie^ 0. Fr. divin, devin, Lat. divinus, 
divine; divines, devines (pi.) Trev. eS, 
219; ))e devines and ))e wichen ayenr. 
19. 
dockeu — docke Wiol. E. w. 430. 
dodduuge tonsura, a. r. 14. 
doggid dogged, p. s. 199. 

doggedliche doggedly. Per. 1289. 

dohtf r^ Sanscr. "StSrlT^ — dogter st. gen. 

A. EX. 1646; donter (ms. dowter) Havel. 
258; dohtren fpl.J h. m. 41; dohtren 
fdat. pi. J Luke 1, 5; La J. 3085. 

dding<) doing, Trev. 1, 27. 

dolfin^ O.Fr. dalfin, dolphin, Degrev. 1038. 

dollen see dullen. 

dolour s. s. ED. Web. 1270; Fer. 2175; 
doliir leg. 42. 

ddm — domes man Judex, Langl. b 19, 
802; Trev. 4, 49; domes fpl.J hom. 1, 
108. 

d6n^ Gr. Ttft>jjii, Sanscr. ^}^Tf{y — herm 
don do harm, hom. 1, 213; don hire 
scheme h. m. 17; he scholde ... in 
strong warde him do fputj Bek. 879; do 
(commit) })eof|)e 396; i have to ddne Jos. 
161; ich do fe wel to witene La?. 3163; 
Jjat fruit J)at J)Ou dest here leg. 6; ded 



HOM. 1, 27; dej) p. l. s. VIII, 11; bet 
heo heolden heore purdingdei Jjene pe dod 
HOM. 1, 9; "pe dod sunne 55; ne do ))u 
))eofde 13; don (= do on) fin helm Feb. 
460; J)at ich do ham purdschipe Kath. 
506; doende (part.) Mat. 24, 46; god 
dede (caused) dat he on spevene cam st. 
GEN. A. EX. 224; and hi spa diden Sax. 
chron. 250; and duden hine i benden 
(r. bende) La?. 81011; duden of clades 
16759; he deden hem binden st. gen. 
A. EX. 2198. 

dongeon — dongoun Fer. 2801. 

dopping mergus? doppinges (pi.) Langl. c 
14, 169. ' 

Dorkcestre 

Dorchestreseten inhabitants of Dorchester, 
La?. 29615. 

dotieii — J)ei dotej) Trev. 4, 403; he da- 
red as doted man Will. 4055; doted and 
dased l. h. r. 216. 

dried 

dredfiil — dredvol ayenb. 14; dredvoUer 

(compctT.) 117. 
dredfuUi dreadfidly, Langl. b 17, 62. 

dmleu — dreden hom. 1, 21; Orm. 1218; 
dredej) (pres.) Orm. 6179; ne dred ))e 

nOUjt LEG. 81. 

draf, Swed. draf. 

dra^en^ M. L. Germ, dragen, dregen, — for 
to drajen hine ut of J)isse putte hom. 1, 
47; dragen hom. 2, 29; drajhen Angl. 

1, 9; nile i noht dra^hen uppon me . . . 
fat maht Orm. 18406; (lii) drajej), dreje}) 
(ms. draye)), dreyoJ>) (p7'es.) misc. 150 k 
151; heo drejed (ms. dreied) his erme 
saule in eche pine hom. 1, 27; drah (im- 
perat.) noM. 2, 149; fu . . . drope me 
to J)e FRAGM. 8; & droh (paruit) to his 
rgede La?. 9527; to falshede evere he 
drouj leb. Jes. 772; (fej) dro^hen Orm. 
8704; ut of latin dis song is dragen 

ST. GEN. a. EX. 13. 

drawere drawer, Wicl. sel. w. 1, 193. 
draht 

drahtbrigge — drajtbrigge Fer. 1113. 
draiie — dro(ne) pragm. 3. 
draperie^ O.Fr. draperie, drapery, rel. ant. 

2, 175 (p. L. s. XXXIV, 11). 

dream — drem (sonus) kii. T. 487; fe 

5 



34 



bemene drem hom. 2, 115: dreraen (dot 

pl.J Laj. 22876. 

dremredere mmniorum inferprcH, Trev. o, 
143; dreemreder Wicl. genes. 40, 28. 
dreccheu — drecche Frr. 1997. 
drecf hunge vexatw, morafio, h. m. 7 ; drec- 

chinge Fee. 493; Gow. 2, 118. 
dremere^ O.H.Germ. troumare, Wicl. gexes. 

37, 19. 
drench — drench e (mfi. drencche) fyen. pi. J 

La5. 19759. 
drencheii — dreint fpart) Kob. 52. 
dreo^en — drie^en Angl. 1, 24; dregen st. 

GEN. A. EX. 512; driaen fragm, 6; ))e 

dre^erl Ti heore uvele perkes hom. 1, 23; 

pat man his licames lust drige hom. 2, 

31; drej fpret) Al. T. 337; (|)u) drehdest 

H. M. 29. 

dreori^ —r dreri^ Orm. 4752; dreori Jio^t 
Bek. 1273; dreri Kath. 2049; divrier 
fcompar.) Wicl. genes. 40, 7. 
dreorilTche Ivath. 2316; drerillche leg. 

173. 
drerimod, A. Sax. dreorigmod, Angl. 4, 
199; drurimod Fer. 1103. 

drepen — drepe destr. T. 9854; (he) drepe 
fpret mbj'.J Havel. 506. 

drepeu^ A. Sax. drj^^pan, O.Icel. drevi)a, 31. 
H.Germ. troiifen, troufen? stiUare : heom 
me drepe)) mid J)e piche misc. 151; and 
elles where hem dripe Pall. 2, 277. 

dre?elen me dravelen. 

dri, drij, from dreo^en? 

dri^craft, A. Sax. dr^*'-. dreocrfcft Grein's 

GLOSS. 1, 210, BlICKL. HOM. 173. 

drifen — ich isseh fae fifen i Jjere sfe dri- 
ven fms. driuen) La?. 28073 ; toward j^e 
halle he gan drive s. s. ed. Web. 967; 
swa hund fene heort drived Laj. 26762; 
J)iis ))ei drive for]) fpafisj fe dai Gow. 1, 
16; drif (imperat.) La?. 17613; drive 
(mbjunct) hom. 1, 21; draf, drof fpret. J 
Jul. 76 & 77; a wind . . . drof hem 
intil Enge(l)lond Havel. 72"5; heo driven 
[drive] La?. 1675. 

drifer^ M. L. Germ, driver, 0. IL Germ, tri- 

. basre, driver y voo. 213. 

drifte — ))e drift of |)e snonh s. a. l. 221. 

drij ue dri. 

drihten hom. 1, 91; drihtenes fgen.) fragm. 6. 



drinc — drink s. s. ed. Web. 1821 ; drin- 

kes fpl.) hom. 2, 179. 
drinkeu — drinca leechd. 3, 128; drinked 

fpirk.J HOM. 2, 199; dranc fpret.) hom. 

2, 111; fmfi, drannc) Orm. 1374; drone 

La?. 19796; dronk leb. Jes. 323; heo 

drunken La?. 14285; fms. drunnkennj 

Orm. 4797; J)U drunke fmhjunct.J Orm. 

14482: drunken fpart.J Orm. 14057; 

EiCH. 661. 
drinkere — driukeres fplj hom. 2, 55. 
drinkinge — drinking Orm. 19063. 
dripen see drepen. 
drippe^ Dan. dryp. 
drippen^ I>an. dr^ppe. 
drit — drit k donge Langl. a 7, 178; 

muk or drit Wicl. E. w. 22. 
dromedarie^ 0. Fr. dromadaire, dromedary, 

Mand. 243; dromedaries fpl.J leg. 97. 
dromoun^ 0. Fr. dromon, a sort of ship. 

Rich. 1408. 
drope — one blodes drope La?. 7650*; a 

Intel deapes drope a. r. 184; a patres 

droi>e ST. gen. a. ex. 1018; })er ne ful 

no;t A reines drope p. l. s. XVII, 369; 

drope of blode XIX, 294; no drope of 

water s. s. ed. Web. 1153; blodes dro- 

pen Lttke 22, 44. 
dropeii — J)e clones droppede Trev. 4, 429. 
dropcsie see idropesie. 
droiikingc r= droupinge? prompt. 113. 
AfMn^ -ijrihiilatM\ ps. 21, 12; c. m. 22384. 
dru^e, A. Sax. drege zeitschr. 21, 31, M. 

L. Germ, druge, drogc, 0. JhMi droghe, 

aridm, — j)e drige stedes hom. 2. 85. 
dru^en^ M.L.Germ. drugen, drogen, — dri- 

gen HOM. 2, 87: dride fpret) 155. 
drinesse dryness, **sicoifrfs\ prompt. 132; 

LiDG. M. p. 194. 
drnh|>e — druife, drou^te Trev. 7, 473; 

dro^Jie A. p. 2. 524. 
druncneii^ 0. Icel. drukkna (drukna), Swed. 

drunkna, drukkna Kietz, sv. dial, lexik. 

97, — druncned fpart) Orm. 6795. 
druncniug di-owning, fms. drunncninng) Orm. 

14547. 
drunken^ 0. Icel. drukkin, fms. drunnkenn) 

Orm. 14065; ))a dninkene cnihtes La?. 

13526. 
drunkenesse hom. 1, 13. 



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drsnUen = druncncn? merr/ere: he was 

(Ironklod Man. ed. H. 288. 
driipen — diopcde fpretj Fkr. 1103. 
drHpiiige — drouping destk. T. 3291. 
dubbeii — idubbed [idobbed] fpartj La5. 

19578. 
dubbingc — dobbiuge Shokeh. 15. 
dn^ed'e 

dujetlemou Laj. 14066. 
duhti) — doliti La?. 7652; duhtio men 

7257; dojtiere fconipar.J Feu. 531; ))e 

dojtieste fmperlat) 1448. 

duhtijlejc (ms. diihliti3lej3c, 2>''*^*^'^ drihli- 
ti^lejjc) 0km. 4904. 
duhti^uesse Orm. 17582; dojtinisse Fek. 

3197. 
dukeii — diiked fpartj c. m. 23203. 
dvl^ M.L.Germ. dul. 
dumb — dum prompt. 135; oper godes ))et 

duinbe beoct ant deave Mahh. 6. 
dampen^ O.Dutch dompen, mergere? dump(e) 

c. M. 22643. 
dsmping mergm? dumi)inges. dompiuges fplj 

Langl. (! 14, 169. 
dune — uppon ane dune hom. T, 87; he 

fi(e)ah dim rihte hxi. 25613; k &xi\i ))er 

to dun riht Kath. 2023; dune fdat. pJ.) 

Horn ed. Lum. 1 54. 
dsngen prompt. .127. 
dunieii — Jjonder dined(e) shille Al. L. a 

561. 
dnnt^ i^wed. dunt Kietz, sv. dial, lexik. 

105, — dunt HOM. 1, 15; Gaw. 452; 

dinte, dente (dat) Fer. 617 & 1843; 

duntes ('pl) Laj. 22780; a. k. 284; din- 

tes hom. 2, 95; dunte (gen. ph) a. r. 324; 

dunten /^</«^. i>L) La?. 27051; comp. Jjon- 

derdent. 
dunteD; 0. Icel. dynta, Swed. dunta Kietz, 

sv. DIAL. LBXiK. 105, — dunten (for 

dunteden?) Havel. 2448. 
duppen — dupe (imp&rat.) leechd. 3, 118; 

dippe *untingat'\ Wicl. Luke 16, 24. 
dure, M.L.Germ. dore, O.Icel. pl. dyrr geu. 
dura, — dure [dore| La?. 25889; ))e 
dore . . . sche tle^ out of ))e hokes Feb. 

2182; dure [dore], A. Siix. duru, dura, 
duran Mark 1, 33, (dat.J La?. 10181; 
widuten dore 23-82; duren, A. S((.r. du- 
ni, dura, duran Sax. (^hron. 217, (pJ.J 



John 20, 19; misc. 153; duren (dat. pl.) 

Mat. 24, 33. 

dorestode, 0. Icel. durastod. 

doretre, Dan. dortrae, mperlimmare. 

dure ward, A. Sajc. durupeard. 
duren — duringe pe bataille Trev. 1, 261. 
durren — durste (nis. durrste) (pret.J Obm. 

2098; dorsten Luke 9, 45. 
duschen — & dusched a doun . . . hure 

fon Fer. 3068. 
dusi — dusie (pl.J a. r. 222; )ja dusian 

HOM. 1, 111, 
dusten — duste (p^ret.J Jul. 48; he dust(e) 

him doun Fer. 854. 
doutous; 0. Fr. doutous (douteux), Chauc. 

BoET. 1, 1 (5); dotous Rich. 4839. 
dutten — dutte [ditto] out Langl. a 7, 

178; dute (imperat.) a. r. 106; dutten 

(pret) A. R. 106; dit (part.) Gaw. 1233; 

iditte (pl.) S. B. w. 242. 
dufe — doufe, douve, dofe, dove c. m. 1895 

& 1901; doua (tm. dove, dowe), douve 

PROMPT. 128. 

diiven — eucli dunt defde in to hire liche 

Jul. 28. 
dpal^ Dan. dval (foedusj. 
dpeleii — ))e child lai dweling «. s. ed. 

Web. 770. 
dwelle mora: withouten dwelle leg. 57; 

dvelle (mfs. duelle) Fer. 648; dvell(e) c. 

M. 2831. 
dpellen — dpelled (part) Orm. 226. 
dwelling LEG. 43. 
dwerj — dwerf Trev. 1, 231. 
eac — ajac hom. 1, 221; ec 3; ))e is ne- 

med ec armhertnesse 2, 95. 
ead 

eadmede, A.Sux. eadmede, humble: po ed- 
meda hom. 1, 115. 

eadmod — admode (pl.) hom. 1, 115; 
pe ahte to been ))e edmoddre (eo humi- 
Itores) 5. 

aedmodlejc huniilitg, Orm. 19297. 
eadi — feo ^die burde La?. 16271; sedie 

(pl) HOM. 1, 47; eadiure (eompar) h. m. 

13; eadieste (mperlat.) 45. 
eaje — anre nedle eage Luke 18, 25; fet 

eje HOM. 1, 15 ; le Mirc 62 ; eagen (dat.) 

Mat. 7, 4; leechd. 3, 96; ejan, ejen 
(pl.) HOM. 1, 23 k 43; egen rel. ant. 



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1, 210; ei3en fragm. 5; ejen (vm. eien) 
A. R. 64; eagene, eagen (gm. pl.J leechd. 

3, 94 & 96; egen, ejen fms. eien) fdat 
pl.j HOM. 2, 23 & 25; ojan, ejenen [e3en] 
La3. 1885 & 5736; §30 Brand. 3. 
ei3esi3t s. a. l. 164. 

ehfurl, A, Sax. eaj-, eahfyrl, femstra. 
eahte 

eahtetene — aehtene, ahtene Laj. 14252 
& 18014. 
eahtaA*e see Osthof u. Brugman, morphol. 

XJNTERS. 1, 104. 

cal see al. 

eald — fa ealde laje hom. 1, 9; ealden 

fdat n.J Mark 2, 21; aide fpl.J Orm. 126; 

j)a aide Laj. 28444; ealdre (cortvpar.) hom. 

1, 23; fe ealdren parentes, h. m. 27; 

aelderne fgen. pi.) Laj. 13922; ealdeste 

fsuperlat.) h. m. 41. 

ealdllc, A. Sax. ealdllc, veUis, senilis: an 
oldli man Wicl. Job 41, 23; aidelike 
latej) Orm. 1229. 
earn — iem fms. yem) leechd. 3, 82; em 

Gaw. 356. 
cap, Lat acus gen. aceris, — er Chauc. l. 

G. w. 76; ear (pi. J Mark 2, 23; eares 

A. R. 260; comp. corner. 
eard regio — erd hom. 1, 59; ard ffm- aerd, 

or eard) Laj. 13473; erde (dat.J hom. 1, 

115; ))§, com he to j)an aerde j)er Isoi his 

ferde Laj. 19202. 
cape, Gr. o5(;, see Paul u. Braune's beitr. 

7, 434, — earen f dat.J leechd. 3, 90; 

earan, earen fpl.J Mat. 13, 16 & Mark 

4, 9; earan, earen, eren hom. 1, 23, 49 
& 127; earen, ieren ayenb. 204 & 257; 
eren p. s. 154; earan, earen fdat. pi.) 
Mat. 13, 15 & Luke 4, 21. 

carm — erm hom. 1, 213; arum Havel. 

1982; arme fdat. pi.) misc. 150. 
carm 

armheorted misericm^s, hom. 2, 95. 
earn — aernes fpl) La3. 21755. 
cast — toward ])an est Brand. 2. 
catcl see atel. 
cad* — is . . . ed to overkesten a. r. 274; 

ej)ere fcompar.J Luke 5, 23; hpaeder is 

edre to seggene Mark 2, 9. 

edhealde, A. Sa.v. edhyldo, easily held. 
Luke 3, 14. 



caycr see ever. 

caxle — eaxle fpl.) leechd. 3, 120. 

cbbicn — ebbe)) fpres.) treat. 137. 

echc — fct echo fiir fragm. 7 ; cchos fgen. 

m.) Mark 3, 29. 

echellc, A. Sax. ecellc, aetermis: deo echo- 
liche riche hom. 1, 139; echelTcho fadv.) 

FRAGM. 7. 

echc = eake? 

cchcd — aeched Luke 23, 36. 

^ciicu, A. Sax. eacnian, Goih. auknan, augere; 

see eanen. 
cd- 

edwitien — ha . . . edpited hom. 1, 253. 
cfcn 

efenmahti3 equally mighty, Orm. 18571. 
cfncu — efned, evened fpart.) hom. 2, 103 

& 211. 
cfuing hom. 1, 191; evening Mirc 1229; 

))et nevede on eorfo non evening misc. 

95. 
eft, A. Sax. aeft. 
c)C — e3e, ei3e hom. 1, 99 & 113; fene 

muchelne aeje fms. soie) [eye] La3. 16142; 

8ei3e 22881; of wham men stondef ajo 

fnu. aye) Fer. 408. 

e3eleas — aejelese fms. aeielcse) fpl.) Laj. 
19410. 
cjcse, Goth, agis n. 
cggc, Lat. acigs, acumeti: ])e hi3est of ))e 

eggez A. p. 2, 451. 
cl — ae3ere fpl.) leechd. 3, 134. 
die — fat water wes sturno and eile fms. 

eille, r. w. seile) l. n. f. 214. 
cisil — aisiles fgen.) John 19, 29. 
cl (el?) see ille. 

cldc HOM. 2, 35; on hire elde Luke 1, 36. 
dcbrc, 0. Fr. ellebore, hellebore, prompt. 

138; Pall. 1, 1044. 
clement, 0. Fr. element, element ; elementz 

fpl.) TREAT. 138. 

cllcn see elne. 

dm, O.H.Germ. elm, Chauc. C. t. a 2922. 

dmessc 

elmesful hom. 1, 143. 
due — an elne f printed a nelue) brod 

DESTR. T. 170. 
elriiig = hering? m. h. 130. 
cn- 

oubelise embellish, (Iaw, 1033. 



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enbrouden emhroider ; enbrouded (part) 
Fer. 553. 

ciiclosen — enclose Mand. S-i. 

encombrauce enciimhrance, Mand. 284. 

endouen endow; endoued fms. endowed) 
fpartj Mand. 252. 

endure p. l. s. XXIX, 74; Mand. 256. 

enflamen inflame; enflaumcd fpartj Mand. o. 

enforme destk. T. 654. 

enhabiten inhabit; enhabited (pari.) Mand. 
150. 

enlargeu enlarge, Mand. 45. 

enprisonen imj/ri^on; enprisonedo (prei.) 
Rob. 463. 

enprisonment imprisonment, a. p. 2, 46. 

ensue ensue , p. u. l. p. 43. 

entaille, Fr. entaille, entail, Fer. 730. 

enterren, Fr. enterrer, inter; entered (part.) 
Mand. 94. 

enticement enticement, Al. L. a 264. 

entrete entreat, p. r. l. p. 168. 

envie, Fr. envier, envy, Chauc. C. t. d 
142. 
«nde — iende Luke 1, 33; hit no me(i) 

. . . neome nan ende hom. 1, 265; to 

ende bringo c. l. 288; at ))en ende leg. 

181; endes (pi) La3. 7835; enden (dai. 

pi) Mat. 24, 31. 

endeland, 0. Icel. endiland, terra confinis ? 
Orm. 17916. 

endelesnes endlessness, pr. c. 8122. 
endunge Mat. 13, 39; endinge a. r. 428. 

endingdai S. b. w. 14. 
eiig^ O.Icel. eng, ing, pratum, cathol. 115. 
CMgel — engle (dat) a. r. ^^\ engle (gen. 

pi.) Orm. 67; engle kinde 666. 

engelpird st. gen. a. ex. 4140. 
eutre- 

enterchaungen interchange, Chauc. Boet. 
3, 2 (65). 

entermedlen intermeddle; entermedled (part) 
Chauc. Boet. 2, 6 (54). 
entren Mand. 273. 
eode^ see F. Kluge's beitr. z. gesch. d. 

germ. conj. 126, HOM. 1, 41 ; gede st. 

gen. a. ex. 618; iede (ms. yede) spec. 

32; eoden hom. 1, 3. 
eout^ A. Sax. ent, giant; eontas (pi.) hom. 

1, 93. 
eoriiest — an ernest Trev. 7, 335. 



eord'e — iorthe Yw*. jorthe) Guy ed. Zup. 

2825; iertlie (ni'^. yerthe) destr. T. 8345; 

urj)e (nis. vijie) Mirc 483; eoittan (gen.) 

Mat. 11, 25; to fsere eorfe pragm. 6; & 

leido hit on urfen (ms. vr])en) La3. 3863. 

ei))grlj)e terrae mottis? Kob. 414. 
eop, A. Sax. iop, iuh (dat), eopic, iopih (ace), 

O.H.Germ. iuwih, iwih (ace.), — eou s. 

A. L. 153; ou HOM. 1, 73; cu, giu hom. 

2, 17 & 35; gu Mat. 25, 45; st. gen. 

A. EX. 325; ju (ms. yu) Havel. 2595; 

jcu Angl. 1 , 16. 
e«p«r — eoper ealre Mat. 9, 35; eoper 

aire sunno hom. 1, 21. 
eoper — eouwer s. a. l. 153; gur silver 

ST. GEN. A. EX. 2260; eopres (gen. n.) 

Mat. 10, 30; eopren, eoprc (dat m) Mat. 

10, 29 & 25, 8; giuro (pi) hom. 2, 115; 

jure (ms. yure) sennen misc. 32; oure 

doujtris and joure Wicl. genes. 34, 16. 
crchebischop see archebischop. 
ermitage — hereniitages (pi.) Mand. 93. 
erfett" see earfed. 
eringe^ 0. 11. Germ, erunga, aratio, Langl. a 

prol. 21. 
es- 

excellent excellent, Mand. 133. 

amendinge amending, *'emendatio\ prompt. 

1 1 ; AYENB. 31. 

cxecutour exscuto^r, n. p. 11. 

estoffen — istoffed (part) Trev. 6, 449*. 

? avoidaunce avoidance, **evac\JMtm\ prompt. 
19. 
este HOM. 2, 99. 
este A. D. 292. 
^t see set. 

etel — aetul Mat. 11, 19. 
eten — et (inn/per at) c. l. 174; at (pret) 

ST. GEN. A. EX. 342; eet c. l. 235; eet, 

ete Langl. 6, 298 (7, 283). 
eternit^^ 0. Fr. eternite, eternity, Chauc. 

Boet. 5, 6 (171). 
etinge ayenb. 56; eting Orm. 19063. 
^|>cl — fat fiedel heo biwunnen Laj. 4744. 
ejien^ M. H. Germ, eiden, adjure ? i efc fe 

Gaw. 379. 
evesien — evesede (pret) a. d. 258. 
exle see eaxle. 
faeehen see fecchen. 
faeionn see fasoun. 



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faeder^ Lat pi. patres, Gr. TcaiepsCj ^^nscr. 
I mti,tl9 see Kuhn's zkitschr. 23, 117, 

— feJer, fader Luke 1, 32 & 22, 42; 

fedcr, feader hum. 1, 11 & 137; fader 

fffen.J HOM. 1, 171; j)i fader lovo Fp:r. 

1351^ faderes p. l. s. VIII, 99. 
f»5e libklinosm? — (h)is fejo (ms. feye) blOd 

Fkb. 2430. 
fae^eiij belong ing to A. Sax. gefeoii feah, 0.7/. 

Germ, gifehan fall flaetari, gauderej, — 

faje Fkr. 308. 
fainnes fainneiss, **la€titi(i}n\ ps. 50, 10. 
fse^er — fiuijer, feijer, ftcjer fms. faeier) La?. 

4825, 7764 & 31905; vair fms. uayr) 

AYENB. 16; mid faire fdat pi.) pordc o. 

A. N. 158; fieirest (mqyerl.) La5. 13894. 

fairsipe Laj. 3139*. 
faB^cp (fsBjre?) — feire Jul. 7. 
fse^erncsse — facirnesse pbagm. 1. 
ixyxKtXiy Goth, faginon. 
far — fere Horn ed. Horstm. 1285; Trev. 

7, 369; S. b. w. 42. 

fffirlac — farlac (for fearlac?) Mark. 10. 

fserlic — feorllc [feorllch] Laj. 25553; 

))urli forllche deJ hom. 2, 61; fserllche 

(adv.) La J. 10376; ferlTche h. m. 21; 

verlTche ayenb. 55. 

fftrdc — for ferde pr. c. 6864. 

f»8t — make faste ])e dore p. l. 8. XVII, 

416; he slepen faste Havel. 2128. 

fastrede, A. Sax. faestraed. 
fsesten^ O.L.Germ. festian, — fasten Greg. 

240; fasten (pt-et.) p. s. 214. 
faestnien^ O.L.G&tm. fastnon. 
fagen = fae^nienV 
fajnien see faejnicn. 
fai fay. 

failen — win failedo misc. 29. 
fairie see faierie. 
faltcpie "/^^b. simvlatio\ prompt. 147; Govv. 

1, 47. 
faitis — fetis Fer. 5883. 
fald see feald. 

fal3C — falghe cathol. 121. 
fallace^ 0. Fr. fallace, fallacy, Wicl. Mat. 

13, 22. 
fallen — failed (pres.) Laj. 1401; vailed 

(ms. ualled) hom. 1, 49; al so sone ase 

eni mon vailed into luder speche a. r. 

96; (heo) failed hom. 1, 53; fall« (»ubj.) 



A. R. 280; feol, vdl (pret) hom. 1, 79 & 
93; as vel (as it was dtie) to an king Kob. 
446; ful Fer. 5'91; feollen Mat. 13, 4. 

fallinge falling, a. r. 280; falling pr. c. 
1558. 

fals — fals and tikel c. m. 786. 

fals(s)chipe falsitas, h. m. 27; falsshipe 
p. s. 150. 
falsnesse p. s. 220. 

falu A. D. 252; falewe lockes Laj. 18449. 
f^m — fom Fer. 699. 
famieu — fome Trev. 7, 377. 
fandlen — i wol fonde to holpe ))o a. d. 

258; & fandede hine Mat. 22, 35. 
fangen — fonge Fer. 5739; J)u fenge (pret.) 

FRAGM. 6. 

faut see font. 

faiitosme Gow. 3, 172. 

far navigatio — on j)am fare Sax. chron. 
248. 

fare agmen; comp. drihtfare. 

faren — faran hom. 1, 115; to fareue in 
to heovene pragm. 6; he ferd (][>i'es.) hom. 
1, 103; spa hit fared (goes) h. m. 7; far 
(imper.) Laj. 17994; foren, voren (pret.J 
La?. 100 & 5555; hu habbe je fare Horn 
ED. LuM. 1355. 

far^eii — ifarwed (part) Trev. 6, 213. 

fastiuge — vastinge misc. 28. 

fat, A. Sax. fet zeitschr. 21, 35; comp. 
paterfat. 

fat, O.Icel. foitr, — fet Luke 15, 23; fattore 
(compar) p. s. 330. 

fad*nie, O.H.Germ. fadum, — twenti fefmc 
Fer. 2312. 

faachdn — fauchoun Octov. 1051. 

faAu, O.Fr. faon, faion, (tns. fawne) voc. 188. 

fautl fatdty, Mand. 175; Gaw. 2386. 

fax REL. ANT. 2, 176 (p. L. s. XXXIV, 15). 

fea — vawe (pi) Kob. 177. 

feald, M. L. Germ, vald w. (septum), valde, 
volde f. (plica, septum), Dan. fold (cavla), 
folde (plica), Swed. fall m. (plica), fS,lle /'. 
(caula), — ase hit his (r. is) in liolie 
boke iwriten ine mani a fe(a)lde (r. w. 
tealde) Shoreh. 91; god ... al se shep 
to volde (ms. uolde) hom. 2, 37; see fald. 

fealdeii, M.L.Germ. valden, volden, — Aifer 
ofer in armez con^ (r. gon) felde (amplec- 
U) Gaw. 841; his legges gunne to volde 



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Feb. 4567; ]n tunge volde]? mirc. 101; 

(h)is bodi a side he felde Feu. 841; ml 

nost falde (allwd?) cun Jul. 32. 
feecheii^ Germ, facken Gr. \vb. 3, 1229, — 

pater fecchan John 4, 15; faccho p. s. 

191; vacche Feb. 2517. 
fallen — fet fpres.J hom. 1, 63; vod fim- 

perat.J a. r. 100. 
f4»ht — figt ST. gen. a. ex. 870; fehte fdatj 

HOM. 2, 115; fihtc, fuhte Lai. 605 k 6807. 
fehteii — fechten, fihten hom. 1, 153 & 155; 

figten ST. GEX. a. ex. 3227; (pe) fehtad 

fprea.J hom. 1, 107; f«ht, feht fpret) La?. 

8806 & 11278; fa^t Feb. 465. 
fehter4> — fi?teres /^yV.y Trey. 1, 351. 
ligti? miirti men and figti st. oex. a. ex. 

546. 
feiiit<*ii — feinte Dav. bb. 118. 
feint nessc mebit. 594. 
ft^lre — faire ayenb. 76. 

ffiir 

foi})ful faifJifid. AViLL. 5434; (foithful ?) 
Mand. 139. 
M, O.Icel (bokjfell, (bor)fiall, — fello fdat.J 

Rob. 287. 
fela^c »ee under feoli. 
ffld — a)nne brgferd)ne fteld La?. 14202; 

fieldc fdatj s. a. l. 157; feldo fpl.) La?. 

24694. 

fildman, G&rm. feldmann, ^^i-^iatkm"", vor. 
213. 
ff le, A. Sax. feolu, foolo, M. L. G(^rm. vele. 

vale, vole, — hn fele hlafe Mat. 15, 34; 

fele 3ere hom. 1, 35; fele shulen fallen 

Orm. 7640; ne ilef fu nouht to fele uppe 

))e see fat flowej) rel. ant. 1, 174 (misc. 

114); vele manne misc. 75. 

feolefald — feolefolde mede hom. 1, 135. 
fMcn — feleJ fpres.J hom. 2, 93; fielez s. 

A. L. 148; jif ))0U fele ))e siker p. l. s. 

XXIX, 45. 
feljf, A. Sax. felg dat felge. 
fellen — vcUen heo to gninde misc. 89; 

fulde fpretj Feb. 3734. 
^elnesse fewness, Wicl. Job 5, 13. 
fen — fenne fdatj Feb. 2331.^ 
fenkel see fenel. 
feob, Sanscr. IJ^tt ?/?. 

fela3e one who laps fcontrtbutesj fee fmmiey) 
— v§laghes fpLj misc. 34. 



feonil — fiend hom. 2, 191; feonde fdatj 
La?. 25791; feond, fond fplj hom. 1, 13 
iV: 67; feonda fgen. pl.J hom. 1, 33; vien- 
de fdat. pl.J Angl. 1, 20. 
feondlTch — feondlTche wunden La?. 28579. 

fcor — feor ihc am iorne Horn ed. Lum. 
1146; of feor iboren misc. 98; a fer 
";w'ow/\ Wk^l. genes. 22,' 4; a ver a- 

YENB. 91. 

feor see fgfer. 

feorme — ferme Luke 14, 12; Tbev. 7, 21 7. 

feorren — one lefdi of feorrene londe a. b. 

388; of feme londe Havel. 2031; ver- 

rene londes misc. 27. 
fforite — fonte, forfe hom. 1, 39 & 75; 

fourjie Tbev. 3, 13; fiir))e Feb. 1466. 

feower, Tr. ceatair, Samcr. ^H^, — foper 

f?ns. fopperr) Orm. 11275. 

four v aid foiirfold, Lai. 1356*. 

fimrioted f)m. fourefoted) Will. 191. 

feowertene — fourteCn) nijt Brand. 19. 

feowerteoJ>e — foprtende st. gen. a. ex. 
3143. 

feowerti — foortig daeges & feortig nihta 
Mat. 4, 2. 
fer see for and fers. 
fcnlc HOM. 2, 51; Will. 5326; faerde Lai. 

4429; ferde, fiirde Feb. 85 & 95. 
fere — feren fp/.J La?. 26135. 
fere comif^tiis: al the fere ))at him folowes 

destb. T. 1132; twein kinges jjere levero 

weorcn i fere fprmted ifere) La?. 27435. 
f^re — feere Feb. 517. 
fere see fsbr. 
f^ren — ford, feard fp^es.J hom. 1, 103; for 

to lokien hu hit j)er ferde 41 ; ferde, vorde 

Feb. 3228 & 3598; fiorde s. a. l. 148. 
fepie, O.Fr. ferie, Ital Lai. feria, Langl. b 

13, 415. 
f^riuf^e see fsferinge. 
ferme — he sette to ferme "«rf jirmam tra- 

didU'\ Tbev. 7, 413. 
fermen^ O.Fr. former, Lat firmare, firm: to 

fermie love bitwene hem two Feb. 2113. 
fermien — he fermecl fms. fermed) his ber- 

nes flore Luke 3, 17; cmnp. afermien. 
femant^ O.Fr. forrant, iron-qray, Degrev. 

371. 

ferrour^ Fr. ferreur, farrier, Wicl. sel. w. 
1, 407. 



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fers, O.Fr, fier, — fers, fier, feer Fer. 351, 

409 k 2073. 
fers see vers. 

fersnesse fiermnesn, Wk^l. Jud. 3, 1 J . 
feptre, 0. Fr. fiertro, Lat. fe ret rum, Mand. 

60. 
fervour^ O.Fr. fervour, ferroiir, Wicl. deu- 

TEB. 29, 20. 
festinge feasUng, pkompt. 158. 
festiYal^ O.IV. festival, festival, a. p. 2, 136. 
fet see fait. 
feten^ O.Icel. feta, — fette Fer. 1260; to 

fetten watur leb. Jes. 310; fette pif tooh 

a wife. Mat. 22, 25; vatte f^m. uatte) 

HOM. 1, 83. 
fetcp — vetres (plj Fer. 1313. 
fetles — veteles leb. Jes. 314. 
Mtrti Manser. HfX'^^^ifaloJ , Luke 16, 6; 

tij)era fplj Mat. 23, 37. 
felfereo^ M. H. Germ, vederen, of feathers : 

vederene balles Laj. 17443. 
feA*erieu — lie fej)ered his feet aud his 

hondes Trev. 7, 223. 
fcverep Fehrtm-y, Rob. 399; Mand. 77. 
fi Feb. 1578. ' 

fifte HOM. 1, 103; La?. 6532; Orm. 4320. 
fikel — fikele (plj leg. 15. 
fikeimiige ? hom. 1, 103. 
fin Bob. 511. 
fin MISC. 25. 
finden^ O.L.Germ. fithan, — fiiiden hom. 1, 

107; })u finst fpresj Mat. 17, 27; hi 

vindej) ayenb. 120; fand (pret) Luke 

13, 6; Obm. 13; fond Fer. 4849; funde 

**s5psv", Mat. 20, 6 (see engl. stud. 3, 

472); where he it founde Will. 396; 

(we) fonden misc. 33; founden Mand. 17; 

founde p. l. s. XVm, 12; Will. 2094; 

wen hi j)en dej) founde leg. 66; founde 

(sfu^j.) Will. 2176; funden (part.) hom. 

2, 161; founde Will. 394. 
linger — fingre (pi.) Mark 7, 33. 
finkel see fenel. 
firnen^ M.L.Germ. vernen? firnes [v. r. fiir- 

sed] (pres.) a. b. 76. 
firlier^ lir|>ren see furder, furdrien. 
liseh — inne fisse venne is fisc unimete 

Laj. 21964. 

fi(s)chmanger fishmonger, voc. 212. 
fischen — fisken Orm. 13297. 



Ii8che|»^ A. Sax. fixad, — gfm on fissod 

John 21, 3. 
ti|»clere^ A. Sax. fidelere. 
flserd (flfcrd?), A. Sax. Heard (nugae)? 
flspsch — ban & flesch Kath. 1103. 

tlOschschamil (^athol. 135. 
Ilajc, M. L. Germ, vlage, 0. Jkitch vlaeghe 

(nimhus), from flean, — a fiawe of fire 

cathol. 133. 
flaget = flaket, voc. 257. 
flajt — a fiaght of snawe cathol. 133. 
flanke^ Swed. (sno)fianka, = flake: fiaunkes 

of fir A. p. 2, 954. 
fleam — vlem [fleoml Laj. 24070; pe ben 

... on fleme hom. 2, 149. 
flean — ilea (pres. subj.) Jul. 24; ri^t his 

(r. is) ))at fendes flea ))e (printed fleathe) 

Shoreh. 97. 
flear, 0. Dutch vlfire. 
fledeu, Swed. W^ pret. flj^dde, 0. Icel fl5^ja 

j)ret. ^^dny — fledden (pret.) Mand. 61; 

fled (part) Kick. 2301; Lidg. m. p. 186. 

fleiiting, 0. Butch vleidinghe (adulatio)? st. 

GEN. A. EX. 692. 

flem = flum? \q grete flem of j)i flod a. 

p. 3, 309; i })e flem Jurdan Hick. thes. 

1, 229. 
fleeje — n63t worj) a flie Bob. 428; vlejen 

(pi.) ayenb. 58. 
fleo^en — fl(e)on hom. 1, 81; flijed [flie))] 

(pres.) La?. 21356; fleged rel. ant. 1, 

210 (misc. 3); flejhej) Orm. 5889; flid 

(ms. flid) HOM. 1, 85; (heo) fleod Laj. 

21759; vleon (siihj.) a. r. 130; vleoinde 

(part) A. R. 130; fl(e)ah [fleah] (pret) 

La3. 25613; fleh hom. 1, 81; fle^ Fer. 

2182; (j)ai) floje 2249. 
fleon — fleoj), flej) (pres.) Orm. 815&9812; 

fled HOM. 2, 73; (heo) fleod Marh. 13; 

fled [fleoJ)] Laj. 5894; fltj (imperat) Lai. 

3092; fl^h, fleih [fle^] (pret) Lai. 1612 

& 9360; (^ai) flo^en Fer. 1620; flowen 

(part) EiCH. 2203. 
fleot, O.Icel. fliot, O.Fris. fleet, M.L.Germ. 

vlet n. 
fleoten — spa se paterstraBm a3 fletej) for)) 

Orm. 18093; fletej), flet Langl. b 12, 

168; Chauc. C. t. b 463; flet Fer. 4311 ; 

fletende pater hom. 2, 177. 
flet — flette (dat) Feb. 853. 



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fleuinatike^ 0. Fr. fleumatikes, phiegmattc, a- 

YENB. 157. 
fleume^ 0. Fr. fleume, phlegm, Gow. 3, 99 ; 

ftfis. flewme) Lidg. m. p. 195. 
flicch<;^ M.L.Germ. flicke. 
flh?, A. Sax. flyge, O.H.Germ. Aug, volatus: 

in flie l. h. r. 221. 
flingen — flinge Fee. 583. 
fliut 

llintstQn, M.L.Germ. vlintstgn. 
fliren^ Norweg. flira Aasen, ordb. 102, Dan. 

Aire Molb. dial, lexik. 120. 
flit — flit fms. flyt) ne strif Al. L. c 20; 

flite fdat.J hom. 2, 55. 
fliten — fliten ne chiden hom. 1, 113; fliteJ 

& pinned hom. 2, 55; flit hom. 1, 113. 
floe hom. 1, 3. 

flocmele, A. Sax. flocmaelum. 
flod "flum^n\ voc. 239 ; of a drope paxed 

a muche flod a. r. 74; al J)e stret(e) a 

watere orn as hit were a gret flod p. l. 

s. XVII, 371; who so rowe}) ajein fe flod 

p. s. 254; efter Noes flode hom. 1, 93; 

flodes fpl.J Laxgl. 6, 326 (7, 310). 
floiii^ 0. Fr. flouin (vameau legerj; floines 

fpl.J D. Arth. 743. 
flor — to ))en flore fragm. 5. 
florin^ FV. florin, florin; florins, florens fpl.J 

OcTOv. 392 & 794. 
flosche see flasche. 

flote^ M.L.Germ. vlote fnavis, dasm). 
flotcren voUtare: ))e foules flotered j)0 on 

heje c. M. 1781. 
flour — flour, flur misc. 195. 
flouri^ O.Fr. flori, flowery, a. p. 1, 57. 
floxen^ Swed. flaksa fala^ agita/re) ? 
fluht — fluhte fdat.J Laj. 2880; mid j)isse 

fluhte he fleh in to h(e)ovene hom. 1, 81. 
flttht — fliht makie fugam fa^cere, Laj. 

21405*; he ded him o fluhte se dat in 

fugam, a. r. 248; bringed him o fluhte 

294. 
flundren^ 0. Butch vlundren Oudem. bijdr. 

7, 672. 
flAr see flour. 
fliitten^ Dan. flytte, Swed. flytta, vehere, — 

td flitten men til hefnes sBrd Orm. 15648; 

fannes nolde he flitte Fer. 495. 
flHttttiige flitting, removal, Orm. 18023. 
fn^singe^ A. Sax. fneosung. 



fn^stiiig anhelitus: )>e fnesting f*'fremitus'*J of 
his hors Wicl. Jerbm. 8, 16. 

fode — ))o unlede fode Al. T. 383. 

fodien^ O.L.Germ. fodean. 

follen, O.Fr. fuler, fouler, foler? 

foisdn^ O.Fr. fuison, — fuisoun Fer. 4457. 

fol 

folherdischipe a. r. 182. 

folc, Euss. nojiKTb, — folc, volk a. b. 362; 
folc fpl.J hom. 1, 9; volke Laj. 23058; 
volke [folke] fgen. pl.J La?. 19995. 

foleien^ folien, 0. Fr. foloier, folier, fool, 
Chauc. Boet. 3, 2 (67). 

fol^en^ A. Sax. fylgean, — (heo) foljiad 
fpres.J hom. 1, 119; homes him fuljed 
fms. fulied) Laj. 21338; biiton we fuljen 
fms. fulien) j)issen raede 16756; folgede 
fpret.J misc. 31. 

fdn, 0. Fris. fa, — f5n hom. 1, 61 ; mede 
fon hom. 2, 93; fo Al. L. c 539; fod 
fimperatj hom. 2, 187. 

food — fonel, funel c. m. 3306. 

font — fant Fer. 548. 

fontston — fantstDn hom. 2, 95. 

for, A. Sax. faer Alfr. Greg. p. c. 113, — 
he shulde ben iknowe ... for treitour 
p. s. 218; stinge]} for wod misc. 148; & 
morned neijh for mad fas if she were madj 
Will. 1761; god nam spa muchele pre- 
che for ane misdede p. l. s. VIII, 104; 
he weren for Ubbe swi))e adrad Havel. 
2304; for fan "gvi^'\ Luke 4, 32; for 
fan fe "enim'\ Mat. 14, 24; for J)i J)e 
hom. 1, 41; for J)i fat Havel. 2043; for 
thi fat PR. c. 375; for fi fat he pas 
proht of eorfe Orm. 77; for fi fat ich 
nule fe forsaken [for ich nuUe forsaken 
fe] Jul. 32 & 33; for fi fat he hadde 
[for he hadde] slain Asahel Wicl. 2 kings 
3, 10; for fat he deled fe sople k fe 
lichame hom. 2, 7; for hpi [for hpat] 
Kath. 508 ; for pi hom. 2, 7 ; for fperj 
gode H. m. 25; p. L. s. XV, 153; uni- 
seli for f coram J gode hom. 1, 113; to 
holden & to knowe for fpraej evr(e) ech(e) 
of ere wijte Horn ed. Lum. 671; fat ece 
fer fe ham jearcod pas fer hare prede 
hom. 1, 221; fer fan fe 227. 
forbeoden — forbiet fpi^es.J misc. 28; god 
forbeode a. d. 259. 



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forblawen, -4. ^Styr ferbl^pan, Mow to pieces; 

forbid we fpart.J-Qioyr. 1, 160. 
forbrinnen, A. Sax. fo^bftopuati, -byrnan, 

— ))u forbernest pel ne^ Tor ende o. a. 

N. 419. 
forbujen — forbuh (imperat) h. m. 17. 
forcleve diffindere, Fer. 543 ; forcleaf 

fpretj La3. 26455*; forclef Brand. 19; 

Fer. 1619. 
forcursien maledicere; forcursed f part. J Sax. 

CHRON. 262. 

fordrsfeden — fordred fpart.J spec. 88. 
fordrenchen, M.L.Germ. vordrenken. 
fordrunken, M.L.Germ. vordrunken. 
forduUen, M.L.Germ. vordullen. 
forfteren, M. L. Germ, vorveren. 
forferen — forferde (pret) a. d. 298. 
forfreten, Butoh vervreten. 
forgan h., m. 47. 
forjet 

forgetful WiCL. James 1, 25. 
forjetel, M. L. Germ, vorgetel. 
forjetelnesse, forjetelnesse fms. foryetel- 

nesse) Chauc. C. t. i 827. 
forjeten — forjiete hom. 2, 221 ; for^ut 

(pres.J p. L. s. Vni, 13. 
forjetinge *'ohlwio'\ prompt. 174; Mand. 

5; voijetinge fms. uoryetinge) ayenb. 18. 
forjifen — forjefen, -jeven hom. 1, 23 & 

37; J)OU forjeve fpres, mbj,J a. d. 261; 

))ine sunnen ])e bed forgivene hom. 2, 

145. 
forgnajen — forgna^e Feb. 1148. 
forgropen grow faidUly — forgrdwe fpart.J 

Gener. ED. Wr. 3667. 
forhealden, M.L.Germ. vorholden. 
forheawen — forhdwe fpart.J Fer. 899. 
forhojien — forhojed fpres.J La?. 31565; 

forhowej) fragm. 5. 
forkeorven — forcorvin fpartj Feb. 617. 
forl^ten (mwtter^, "dimittere"* , Mat. 16, 32; 

forldtan, -letei^,HOM. 1, 19 & 107; for- 

latin **de9olare'\ pbIompt. 172; forl^ted 

fpres.) hom. 2, 27; forlet hOm. 1, 119; 

alle ])0 ])e hero sinnen forleted hom. 2, 

41 ; al folc pel n§h forlet to fenken oht 

of hefne Orm. 18875. 
forletenesse, A. Sax. forlfttennyss, derelictio, 

PS. 122, 3. 
forlaje, O.Ioel. forlOg ffataj? 



forleosen — ne let tu neaver mi s^ple 
forleosen fperdij Marh. 3; vorleosed 
fpres.J A. R. 120; forleo8e)> Orm. 6896; 
pe forleosad hom. 1, 105; (hi) vorliesej) 
AYENB. 57; forleas fpretj hom. 2, 35; 
vorlias ayenb. 242. 

forlijere, A. Sax. forligere. 

forlivien, M.H^Germ. verleben? eni forli- 
ved fdeorepitfj wrecche Fl. a. Bl. b 98. 

forlosien lo»e? heo f^ feoden mid fehte 
forloseden Laj. 26270. 

fornean — forn6n(?) fragm. 6 & 7. 

forsaken — ))u me schalt fries fursake 

MISC. 41. 

forseon — vorsien Angl. 1, 31. 
forslawen — forsleweth fpres.J Chauc. C. 

T. I 685. 
forsluggen negUgere ? forsluggeth, -sloggeth 

fpresj Chauc. C. t. i 685. 
forsmiten — forsmiten fpart.J l. n. f. 

213. 
forspeken, M.L.Germ. vorspreken. 
forstelen — forsteolan hom. 1, 109. 
forsunejen, A. Sax. forsyngian, — forsine- 

ged fpart.J hom. 2, 143. 
forswelen — sio sunne hit forspfelde 

Mark 4, 6. 
forsweljen — (hi) vorzvolje fpretj aybnb. 

206. 
fortreden — fortrede ps. 90, 13. 
fortrusten, Dan. fortrOste, Swed. fiJrtrOsta, 

confidere: lest sum fortruste him hom. 

1, 249. 
forfunchen, M.L.Germ. yordunken, O.Icel. 

fyrirj)ykya, — hit ne ssel J)e vorfenche 

ayenb. 159. 
fordinchinge displeasure, a. r. 110*; vor- 

]>enchinge ayenb. 20. 
forwalked exhausted wiHh walking. Will. 

2236; Langl. b 13, 204. 
forwandred Langl. b frol. 7. 
forward, A. Sax. forpeard, forward: frd fat 

dai forward Am. a. AmIl. 166. 
forwar^ien, O.H.Germ. for-, furwergen. 
forwelhen — furweolewede fpretj lsb. 

Jbs. 846. 
forpenden, M.L.Germ. vorwenden. 
forwemen — forwernej) fpres.J Feb. 2809. 
forwurden — forpurdan hom. 1, 13. 
forpurfenllke perverse, Obm. 6245. 



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fop- 

forfeten — forfete a. p. 1, 638. 
forcelet^ 0. Fr. forcelet, strong place, prompt. 

170. 
fopc — fu ne derst cumen biforen him fore 

J)ine gulte hom. 1, 27; ))er fore Laj. 316; 

bote jef bit bi vore zome niede ayenb. 7 ; 

he tolde ous fore hou hit scholde beo p. 

forebsBcne, forbeacne, A. Sax. forebeacn, 

proddgium, (pi.) Maek 13, 22 & John 

4, 48. 
forefinger forefinger, voc. 179. 
foregan, A. Sax. foregan, precede, ps. 88, 

15. 
foregangere — forgangere Town. mtst. 

165. 
foreheafed — forheafod hom. 1, 127. 
foreschip prow, Eich. 2618. 
foretaken — fortoken st. gen. a. ex. 

2994. 
foreward — on forpard in prindpio, hom. 

1, 73; farst and a foreward Bek. 492. 
forwarde vanguard, cathol. 139; p. p. 

2, 280. 

for wis prescient, destr. T. 2539. 
forein Mand. 183. 
forei — foren wenden Laj. 26899. 
forgere^ O.Fr. forgiere, forger, "falricahr** , 

WlOL. ECGLES. 11, 5. 

forke^ A. Sax. fore ^Elfr. hom. 1, 430, 0. 
Fris. forke, furke, O.Fr. forke. 

forme — %, forme of Jie chirche Trev. 7, 
369. 

forme — lire forme fader gult hom. 1, 171. 

fornicacidn^ 0. Fr. fornication, fornication, 
ATBNB. 206; fornicacioun Wicl. 1 Cor. 
6, 18. 

forif — (hi) bere forj) bofe p. l. s. XVin, 
84; J)6 hi pat heved for)) bere 85; evre 
ford to domes dei hom. 1, 45; me hine 
sceolde . . . ford clepien 231; dos feape 
pord J)e ich . . . ford teah (produced, at- 
legedj hom. 2, 185; vorj) ni^te (late in iihe 
night) hit was leg. 91; & wulled ford 
rihte (protenus) makien king of ^ne Peohte 
Laj. 13673; & let it eornen forf pij) 
(forthmth, protenus) Orm. 1336. 
fordfader avus; fordfadres (pi.) Kath. 94; 
fordfederes Marh. 4. 



fordfOr(e) departure, st. gen. a. ex. 3158. 

fordpard — spimmen fordpard hom. 1, 
51; j)annen fordpard hom. 2, 189. 
fosse^ O.Fr. fosse, fosse, Mand. 32. 
fdstrien — fostren fragm. 7. 
fostrunge fostering, h. m. 37; fostring Chauc. 

C. T. D 1845. 

fdt — treden under f5t Orm. dedic. 73; 

broht to grund(e) & under f5t 11773; 

heo ... is under vote misc. 89; on fote 

gon spec. 90; ten j)usend men a vote 

[fote] Laj. 25201 ; mid dreje fdte (= fo- 

ten?) HOM. 1, 227; fiet (pi) s. a. l. 150; 

fote (gen. pi.) Luke 20, 43; 8 fdte long 

Mand. 75; fotan (dat. pi.) fragm. 6; mid 

druje fotan hom. 1, 87; fotan, foten Mat. 

7, 6 & John 11, 32; foten leechd. 3, 

132; hom. 2, 207. 
fd|>er — everi strok . . . fallej? doun as a 

fojjer Fer. 641*. 
foundacioun^ 0, Fr. fondation, foundation, 

Mand. 81. 
founden^ O.Fr. funder, fonder, found; foun- 
ded (part.) p. s. 330; Mand. 30. 
fous see fus. 
fra- 

freten — frsfeten (pret.) Mare 4, 4. 
fr& — fra fat Adam god forlet Orm. 355; 

fro dan dat he singen bigan st. gen. a. 

ex. 188; i am sent fro (hy) god lud. 

Gov. 85; passen t6 and froo Lidg. m. p. 

122. 

frowardnesse prompt. 180; Lidg. m. p. 
145. 
fraht — fraght destr. T. 1118; fraght of 

a shipe cathol. 141. 
frakcl Al. L. c 279. 
fram — J)o Jjrie kinges . . . J)et comen fram 

verrene londes misc. 27; ofslagen . . . 

fram (hy) his %ene manne Sax. chron. 

255; shild us from helle spec, 61. 
frape Al. L. b 390. 
fraught see fraht. 
freinen — fraine Fbr. 1216. 
freke Fer. 113. 
frekled freckled: ifracled wi]) whit & rede 

Feb. 3659. 
fraknid "lentiginosus", prompt. 176; frakned 

D. Abth. 1081. 

frMsen see freolsen, under free. 



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freme hom. 2, 195; he ded him selva freo- 

ma La3. 674. 
fremede — fremde (pi.) Angl. 1, 9; frem- 

den (dat plj Mat. 17, 25. 
frem«A*e^ M. R. Germ, vremede, vremde, 

siarangeness ? 
fremien^ 0, H. Germ, (gi)fremen, — fet have- 

lese monnam meje fremian hom. 1, 111; 

fremed (part) hom. 2, 29. 
freBgen^ Fr. franger, fringe: ifrenget (part) 

L. N. p. 507. 
freo — moni freo jeve hom. 1, 19; of 

peines freo spec. 62; j)a fre(o) londes 

Laj. 5225; pan freo cnihten 20474. 

freolich — alle his frellche felawes Will. 
428. 

freoman, A. Sax. freoman(?), freemcm: no- 
nes fremannes rbl. ant. 1, 183 (misc. 
128); freomen (freo men?) Laj. 19390. 

freoscipe — freshipe hom. 2, 121. 
fpeo — fri Fee. 3441. 
fireond h. m. 11; & dude us frendes dede 

SPEC. 112 (a. d. 231); freonde fdatj Lai. 

14329; freond fpl.J a. r. 250; freondes 

Lai. 1987*; freondan fdat. pi.) Sax. chbon. 

248; freondan, freonden John 15, 13 & 

15; freonden fragm. 6. 

fr6ndl6s, A. Sax. freondleas, friendless, a. 
D. 299. 

freondllc — freondllche fad/v.) Lai. 14845. 

freondmon — frendmen (pi.) hom. 2, 183. 
freosen — freose]) (pres.) treat. 137. 
freshnesse freshness, Lidg. m. p. 245. 
fpist — ferst p. l. s. Vm, 19. 
fristen — friste cathol. 143. 
fritAre^ O.Fr. frittire, fritter, b. b. 167. 
frdfre — frovre (ms. froure) Jul. 11. 

frofergast, A. Sax. frofergast, — frofre- 
gast HOM. 1, 97. 
frdfren — frefrien hom. 2, 215; freveri s. 

A. l. 150; frore)) (pres.) spec. 73 (a. d. 

203); frOfred (part) Orm. 2198. 
froggc — frogge (pi.) hom. 1, 53. 
frontel — frountel p. s. 154. 
frost — vorst (ms. uorst) hom. 1, 193; 

forste (dat.) 35. 
frojic Gaw. 1572. 
frttctaotts frmtuostis, Mand. 3. 
frume 

frumracs primus incur siis. 



frume — at fe frume misc. 87; frome Feb. 

1104. 
ifVLV\\ty A. Sax. frumd, — on frumfe pragm. 

8. 
frdt — fruit st. gen. a. ex. 327; frit a. 

p. 2, 1043. 
fttjel^ A. Sax. fugol, — fugeles (pi.) Mat. 13, 

4; fujeles, vojeles [fojeles] Lai. 21754 & 

21759. 

fugelfiiht ST. GEN. A. EX. 3321. 
fottlinge fowling, **aumpimn\ prompt. 175. 
ful — euch godes ful Jul. 3; vul (m^. uul) 

faste Lai. 30950; ane hand fuUe leechd. 

3, 92; fuUe (pi.) st. gen. a. ex. 2952; 

tpelf pilien fulle Mark 6, 43; hi nefre 

ne beod fulle hom. 1, 103. 

fulfremedllke, A.Sax. fulfremedllce Blickl. 
HOM. 35. 

fulfremednesse, A.Sax. fulfremednes Blickl. 

HOM. 21. 

fulfttllen — volvelle ayenb. 64; vulvel- 

den (pret.) misc. 29. 
fuUlche, A, Sax. fulllce, hom. 1, 73. 
fulsten — vulsten (ms. wulsten) Lai. 

11302; vulsted (m>s. uulsted) (pres.) 

HOM. 2, 29; felsten (pret.) Luke 5, 7. 
fulstnen — fils(t)ened (pret.) a. p. 2, 1 644. 
fulcnen, frmn *fulc, A. Sax. fulloc (baptisin) 

Schmid's gloss., baptize, hom. 2, 137. 
fulcnere baptist, hom. 2, 131. 
fulcninge baptis^n, hom. 2, 9. 
fulsum — fulsom destr. T. 3068. 
ful turn, A.Sax. fulteam Angl. 3, 151. 
fulwen — fulled, ifuUed (part.) Fer. 1084 

& 5835. 
fulhtning Orm. 10798. 
fdl — his fule stench Marh. 11; fule (adv.) 
HOM. 2, 37; stinked . . . fule a. r. 138. 
fulcnen see under ful. 
fnlen^ 0. Dutch vuilen, — ifiiled (part.) 

FRAGM. 5. 

fallen^ 0. Fris. fullia, fella, — fulle Rob. 
296; godes hese to fulle p. e. s. VIII, 
175; fulled (pres.) hom. 3, 39; luve ful- 
led fe lape a. r. 386; me callef me 
fulle flet they call me FUl-tJie-hall, spec. 
47; ))e swotnesse . . . fulde al Jiat lond 
L. H. R. 29; (hi) felden John 6, 13; 
fulled (part.) Lai. 12076; mine pordes 
))at filled shulen ben Orm. 215. 



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fuUere — fuUare voc. 194; fullaris (fl.) 

p. s. 188. 
ful|»e — fulthe destr. T. 5414. 
fuiideliitg^ ^ed. fyndling, — findlinges, 

foundlinges, fondelinges (fl.) Langl. 9, 

193 (10, 205). 
fundement see found ement. 
fuudi^ ^ed. fyHdig, sagax. 
funding = fundling, Horn ed. Lum. 220; 

M. H. 167. 
funeral^ L.Lat funeralis, funeral, Chauc. C. 

T. A 2942. 
far PRAGM. 7; HOM. 1, 39; p. l. s. VIII, 

125; ver Angl. 1, 22; fier Wicl. Luke 

22, 55; figer st. gen. a. ex. 3522. 

firdrake, A. Sax. f^rdraca, fire-d/raJce, Gow. 
3, 95. 

furread, M. S. Germ, viurrot, — fierreed 
Wicl. levit. 14, 49. 
furh, M.L.Germ. vore, — forj, forwe Fer. 

3720 & 5593; vorouj, forowe Trev. 7, 

535; vores fplj Fer. 1565. 
fupi — fuirie (pi. J leg. 189. 
furie^ Lat. furia, fury, Lidg. m. p. 206. 
furious^ Lat. furiosus, furious, Lidg. m. p. 

157; N. p. 2. 
furst — Jje ferste Shoreh. 45. 
furd'er — furfer mo misc. 149. 

furderlic furtherly: als he com spa for)?er- 
I13 ffa/r forth) Orm. 14812; ))et he fur- 
derluker oched his pine a. r. 236. 
fur|»eringe^ M. H. Germ, furderunge, vtirde- 

runge, — furfering Gow. 1, 228. 
fds — fous s. A. L. 148; fuse fpl.J fragm. 6. 
fAst — faste fdat.J Fer. 1901. 
gabbere Chauc. C. t. i 89. 
gad Havel. 279; grete gaddes of iren 

Trev. 6, 199. 
gade^ 0. Dutch gade faptmj? comp. %ade. 
gseder — al to gaedere ic am forlor(en) 

FRAGM. 8 ; set gadere "»imvJ^\ John 20, 4. 
gadcrere Trev. 1, 13. 
gaederien — gadrie Fer. 3338; gaderin 

PROMPT. 184; gadered fpres.J Mat. 7, 16; 

gederinde (pa/rt.) a. r. 128; fu gaedere- 

dest (pret.) fragm. 6; gederede p. s. 70; 

he gederede michel ferde hom. 2, 51. 
gaederunge^ M.L.Germ. O.Dutch gaderinge. 
gftr see gar. 
3«rii^ 3«rwen see jearu, jearwien. 



3«t see 3eat. 

gafel see gavel. 

^a^en see gain. 

gainge going, itio; guoinges fpl.J ayenb. 231. 

gale — it made michel gale s. a. l. 168. 

galle^ O.Icel. gall n., a. d. 294; se sperta 
gealle lbechd. 3, 82. 

galwen^ A. Sax. (a)gaBlpian. 

gamen — gome Laj. 18594; gomene (dat.) 
3045. 

gan see gangen. 

gang gressm — jong a. d. 252; jeong La?. 
4605; of ))an weorldes ^eongen (= ^eon- 
ge?) of the course of the world, 17119. 
jongdapes, A. Sax. gangdagas, dies roga- 
tionis, f? ms. joing-) A. r. 412. 

gangen — noujjer gold ne. seolver ne moste 
gan for J)e hom. 1, 9; he mai gon al 
gelde ' spec. 24; hou longe schalt )?ou 
maidin gon (continue a maiden) Gut ed. 
Zup. 7020; gest fpres.) ayenb. 129; gan- 
ged REL. ANT. 1, 213 (misc. 7); jongej) 
p. s. 216; ged hom. 1, 27; hit gej) to 
naht p. s. 220; fus hit gef bitvene hem 
tvo SPEC. 103; (heo) gad hom. 1, 27; 
ga (imper) hom. 1, 35; Laj. 26107; gad 
hom. 1, 33; ga fsuhj.) hom. 1, 21; je 
gan 33; gangende (part.) Mat. 14, 25; 
ganninde [goinde] Laj. 1582; guoinde 

AYENB. 120. 

garce — garse cathol. 150. 

garcen^ 0. Fr. garser. 

gare — under fe wode gore spec 91. 

garison — warison (payment) Fer. 1099; 

warisoun (pi^otectmn) a. d. 288. 
gasen^ Swed. gasa Kietz, sv. dial, lexik. 

188. 
g&st — a grimli gost (man, hy synecdoche) 

Fer. 539; moni sori gost p. s. 70; g^stes 

(gen.) st. gen. a. ex. 1486; gdstes o. a. 

N. 1398; gastes (pi.) Orm. 9046; gasten 

(dat. pi.) Mark 1, 27. 

gglstllc spiritual — gostlTche (ad/o.) misc. 
27; ayenb. 7. 
gasten see wasten. 

gat — efter gate herden a. r. 100. 
gate — alle gate a. d. 260. 
g&ten^ 0. S. Germ, jihten ? — ikiQ, jate 

(ms. yate) c. m. 26950; ic g^te, geate, 

jete (pres.) Sax. chron. 39; ^ette (svh- 



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Jtmetj A. B. 26; getton, joiton (fret) 

Sax. chbon. 32. 
gavel (gavel?) — gafele (dot.) **mura". Mat. 

25, 27. 
^tf A. Sax. gie. 
je- 

iaskien, A. Sax. ge&scian, 0. M. Germ, ge- 
eiscOn, ask; iescad tpart.J hom. 1, S5. 

jebel^en, -4. /Sfeftr. gebelgan, — gebulge 
(pretj Mabk 10, 41. 

ibeot, A. Sax. gebeot. 

ibere, O.H.Oerm. gebftre n. 

iberefl, A. Sax. geberan, — ())0u) ib^e 

fpretj BEL. ANT. 1, 49. 

ibidden, A. Sax. gebiddan, — . ibidde misc. 

144. 
ibiten, M.S.Oerm. gebi:;en, hite^ hom. 1, 

233. 
geblissien, A. Sax. geblissian, John 5, 35. 
ibrennen, M.jS.Germ. gebrennen, htrn; i- 

brend (poff-tj p. s. 213; Angl. 4, 199; 

fe ibernde ver dr^t ayenb. 116. 
3ebuggen, A. Sax. gebycgan, — gebeid 

fprea.J Mat. 13, 44. 
iburen — hit iburd (Tm. iburd) breko Jj&s 

pord HOM. 1, 79. 
ibur^en — j)at me bam ibure^e from f&m 

uvele pinan hom. 1, 43. 
^eceosen, A. Sax. geceosan, Goth, gakiusan, 

O.K. Germ, ga-, ge-, gicbiosan, — icore 

(fort) HOM. 2, 143; Feb. 766. 
gecn^pe, A. Sax. gecn^pe, comcivs, Luke 

4, 22. 
icn&pen, A. Sax. gecn^pan, — icnep fpretj 

HOM. 1, 93 ; fou ikn§we fsubj.J Feb. 358 ; 

beon icnowen of his pliht Laj. 18567. 
icumen, Goi^. gaqiman, 0. H. Germ, ka- 

qveman. 
icunde — ])§Te to nes him ndnt icunde 

L. N. p. 215. 
idelven, A. Sax. gedelfan, ddve, fodere; i- 

dolven fpaH.J hom. 1, 49; a. e. 292. 
idrefen, A. Sax. gedrefan, — idreaved 

^(paH.) HOM. 1, 193. 
idrinken, A. Sax. gedrincan, — idronken 

fpaH*J iiBG. 58. 
iefnen, O.HMemi. ka-, ke-, kiebanon, — 

iefhed fpartj a. b. 126. 
^eeten, A. Sax. geetan part geeten Luke 

22, 20. 



ifallen, A. Sax. gefeallan, — ivollen (part.J 

A. E. 370. 
ifealden, O.H.Germ. kifaldan, — ivolden 

fpartj A. B. 122; ifolde Al. T. 446; 

ivolde Feb. 5795. 
ife^en, A. Sax. gef^gan, — §r he bd spo 

iveid fdisposedj hom. 2, 11. 
ifere — if§ran, ifaren fptj Laj. 588 & 

1621. 

iferred eompany, hom. 1, 243. 
ifinden, M.H.Germ. gevinden, — ifonden 

fpartj MISC. 27. 
ifreojen, A. Sax. gefreogan, — ifreojed 

fms. ifreoied) fpartj Lai. 20895. 
ifulsta, A. Sax. gefylsta, aijubur, hom. 1, 

113. 
ifum — ifern Feb. 3207. 
igsederuDg, A. Sax. gegaderung JBlpb. 

GEAM. 300. 

ijernen, A. Sax. gegernan zeitschb. 21, 
36. 

igulten, A. Sax. gegyltan, deUnqvere, pec- 
care; igult fpartj hom. % 200; igelt 
Angl. 1, 7. 

ihal^ien, A. Sax. gehalgian, -^ ikM^^d 
fpart) misc. 193; ihaleped [Ihai^ei] 

A. E. 18. 

3ehaten, A. Sax. gehatan, — ihoaten fpartj 
La3. 558; i(h)6ten st. gen. a. ex. 2416$ 
ihote Dav. de. 5. 

ihealden — ffi. wes Voi*tigeraes hired for 
h^hne ihalden Laj. 13988. 

iheren, A. Sax. geh^ran, -h^ran, — ihiere 
Angl. 1, 23; ihure eel. ant. 1, 170 
(misc. 102); gehire fpres.J Luke 9, 9; 
pe ih^red siggen hom. 1, 19; ihSred 
ftmperat.J e. s. V (|£|csc. 168); ihiirde 
fpretj Feb. 112; ih^rd'eii p. s. 189 (a. 
D. 117). 

ihosed Tee v. 1, 29. 

ihwilc — upilch erd hom. 1, 59. 

ilacchen, A. Sax. gelsBccan, -l»ccean. 

iladen — ilaede ffor ilade) ffwrtj Laj. 
15952. 

il&r — jel&re faee. f.J leeghd. 3, 92. 

ilftsten — ilast fpres.) J. t. 32. 

il^e, U.K. Germ, geia^e. 

geleafe Mat. 15, 28; ileafen fae^.J hom. 
1, 97. 
ileafful, A. Sax. geleaffoll, fbagm. 3. 



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ileapen, A. Sax. gehlea^am^ — ilope (fart) 

LEG. 38. 

jelefen — he seal ileafon on }>^ lid>l^a 
freomnesse hom. 1, 99; ilivo Feb. 1804; 
ilef fimperatj a. e. 266. 

ileggen, A. Sax. gelecgan, — ileide fpretj 

FRAQM. 5. 

ileoden, A. Sax. geleodan, crescere: al ure 

iledene (for ilodene or ilidene?) folc 

Laj. 18857. 
ilesen — ildsed fpari.J hom. 1, 71. 
jelic — ilich h. m. 11; iliche fpl.J Laj. 

19705. 
iliche — Hike Laj. 25878. 
iliggen, A. Sax. gelicgan, — ileje fms. 

ileye) fpart^ Trev. 7, 353. 
ilihten, A. Sax. gel^htan, — ilijt (part.) 

p. L. s. IX, 20. 
ilimpen, A. Sax. gelimpan, — hit ilomp 

Laj. 386; an his da^en ilompen reoden 

on leoden 31791; ))a wes hit ilumpen 

[sec. text bivalle] 7195. 
ilivien — ilived (pa/rt.) a. d. 237. 
jelo^ien, A. Sax. gelogian, — ilogod (part.J 

FBAGM. 1. 

jelome — ilome a. d. 290. 

iMken, A. Sax. geldcan, — J>e ^eten peren 

ilokene hom. 1, 141. 
iluvien, A. Sax. geluiian, — ilufed (part.J 

PBAGM. 7; iluved Laj. 13644. 
im&te — im§te s. a. l. 158. 
imak — oomp. unimake. 
imang — imong (ms. ymong) st. gsk. a. 

sx. 8419; her wes harpinge imong Lai. 

22702. 
imelteB; A. Sax. gemjltan. 
imet, A. Sax. gemet (aptus) ; eomp. onimet. 
imeten — imete /ifart.J Fee. 2092. 
imdten — imete Feb. 72; such pine hi 

habbe)7 imet misc. 152. 
imissen — imist (part.J ▲. b. 78. 
imdt, A. Sax, gemdt, — gemdten (dat pi,) 

Mat. 10, 17. 
imonnen — iminne a. a. l. 169. 



imunten, A, Sax, gemyntan, 

(part, J Feb. 576. 
inemnen, A. Sax. genemnan, — 

(partj p. 8. 215. 
jenimen, A. Sax. geniman, — 

(p^rt.) HOM. 1, 29. 



— imint 

inemned 

inumen 



in6h, O.Iodl. gn6gr, — induh fraqm. 7. 

irad, A. Sax. gerftd. 

ir^chen, A. Sax. ger^cean, — sige ge- 

rechen Sax. chron. 201. 
irftden — irad (part.) Feb. 4083. 
iragdi — irMi Feb. 354. 
iresten, A. Sax. gerestan. 
irihten, A. Sax. gerihtan, — iriht up 

erectus, a. b. 364. 
is&lde, A. Sax. gesMd, — isSlde, iseljie 

p. L. s. Vm, 8; HOM. 1, 161; HOM. 2, 

220; Angl. 1, 8. 
isced.d, A. Sax. gescead. 
isceaft, A. Sax. gesceaft, fbagm. 8. 
ischeppen, A. Sax. gesceppan, -scyppan, 

— iscOp (pr&tx) HOM. 1, 77; iscaepen 

[isape] (part.) Laj. 1585-7. 
ischriven, A. Sax. gescrifan, — iscrifen 

(part.) HOM. 1, 23; ischriven misc. 152. 
isechen, A. Sax. ges§cean, hom. 1, 81 ; 

isoht (part.) p. s. 216. 
iseon, A. Sax. geseon, O.H.Germ. ga-, ge- 

sehan, Goth, gasaihvan, — isien Angl. 

1, 8; isuen spec. 101; ]>ou isixt (pres) 

LEG. 193; izij (imper.) atenb. 161. 
isetnesse, A. Sax, gesetnyss, — jj^s iset- 

nesse (pi.) hom. 1, 115. 
isetten, A. Sax. gesettan, — isette (stated) 

hure A. B. 428; senne isetne dffii Lai. 

15184. 
isib, A. Sax. gesibb, — heo w§ren isibbe 

Lai. S0588. 
isib, A. Sax. gesibb BiiiCEii. hom. 28, re- 

latum, kindred: ])e w^ien his mdder isib 

Lai. 411; eomp. unisibbe* 
isinheopen, A. Sax. gesinhtpan. 
islean. A, Sax. geslean, — isla&jen, isla- 

wen (part.) Lai. 822 & 7678. 
ismecchen. A, Sax, gesmeccan, gustare; i- 

smaht (part,) hom. 1, 189; ismeiht a. 

B. 92. 
isdm, A. Sax, gesdm^ — tC maken Us i- 

sdme s. j. 20. 
Istanden, A, Sax, gestandan, — istonde 

(part) hom. 1, 47. 
^estadelien, A. Sax, gestadolian. 
isteoren, A, Saa» gesteoran, *st^an, gwern, 
islijen. A, Sax. gestigan, — isto^enC?) 

(part,) hom. 1, 107. 
istrangien, A. Sax. gestrangian. 



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istreonen, A. Sax. gestreonan, -str^nan, — 

gestreonede, -strenede fjpret.J Mat. 1, 3. 
isune3en, A. Sax. gesyngian, — isuneged 

f part J 'A. D. 260. 
jespenchen, A. Sax. gespencan, — T,-^espen- 

ched (part) Luke 4, 38. . 
isperien, A. Sax. gesperian, — ))a ades 

weoren isworene. Laj. 12171. 
ispiken, A. Sax. gespican, — ispiked un- 

rihtplsra dedan hom. 1, 117. 
iteiled — iteilede draken hom. 1, 251. 
iteonen — itened (part J p. s. 149. 
itid, 0. L. Germ, getid, 0. JEL. Germ, gizit, 

tempm, hora: on 6))er tpo itide Angl. 

1, 15. 
itilde tUiih, Angl. 1, 10. 
itreowe, A. Sax. getreope, La?. 7395. 
getrukien deficere: j)a fsBt pin getrukede 

[earlier vermn geteorode] John 2, 3. 
^efanc, A. Sax. gej)anc, -pone, — ijjonc 

HOM. 1, 101. 
i))avien, A. Sax. gefafian, — ipevad fpres.) 

HOM. 1, 113. 
ij)6ht, A. Sax. gefoht, — ifohtas fpl.J 

HOM. 1, 109. 

ifolien, A. Sax. ge)}olian, — idolien hom. 

1, 43. 
iunnen — jif hit me Crist iiide fm^. \y 

ude) MISC. 193. 
ipald — iwald Laj. 5064; ipold fkagm. 

6. 
5epaxen, A. Sax. gepeaxan, — iwaxen 

(part. J Laj. 12902. 
iwMe, A. Sax. gepsfede, — alle his iwede 

Laj. 9333; iwedan fdat. pi.) hom. 1, 109. 
iwemmen, A. Sax. gepemman, — iwemmed 

(pa/rt.) CL. M. 100. 
gepillc — ipille p. l. s. VIII, 56; hom. 

1, 101; iwille La?. 6229; ipillan (ace.) 

HOM. 1, 93; iwillen La?. 1996. 
iwinnen, A. Sax. gepinnan, — (fou) i- 

wonne (pret.) Feb. 478. 
ipis ST. GEN. a. ex. 159. 
iwiten, A. Sax. gepitan, — hit cumej) 

peopinde & poniende ipitej) fragm. 5. 
iwrit, A. Sax. geprit, — iwriten (pi.) rel. 

ANT. 1, 173 (misc. 108). 
jepundien, A. Sax. gepundian, — gepun- 

deden (pret.J Mark 12, 4. 
gepune **eonsvetudo*\ John 18, 39. 



iwunien — iwiined (part.) misc. 44; i- 
poned R. sr-V (misc. 172). 

iwurht — buton geperhtan John 15, 25. 
;iipurden, A.Sax. gepeordan, -pyrdan, -pur- 
dan, 0. II. Germ, giwerdan, — (heo) i- 
purded (pres.) hom. 1, 135; iwurfe go- 
des wille misc. 134; iwor))e 41. 

iwurdien, A. Sax. gepeordian, -pyrdian, 
-purdian, 0. JEL. Germ, gawerdon. 
5ea — 3ea, ^e Fer. 1575 & 2318; ^us, 3is 

1573 & 3799 (see anz. p. d. altert. 

3, 102). 
5cap — jep s. a. l. 158; a jop knight 

destr. T. 6642; the 3epe knight "^902; 

3%e pordes Orm. 13503. 
5e&r, Gr. (opoc^ see Kluge's beitr. 26, — 

gear, gdfer Sax. chron. 252 & 253; 3er 

[jier] La?. 3672; 3eres (gen.) La?. 29055; 

3er (pi.) Orm. 8753; 3ier Angl. 1, 15; 

tpo and Jjritti 3er a. r. 404; 3era, 3ere 

(gen. pi.) hom. 1, 35 & 93. 
gfare — gere spec. 36. 
jearc — hit is ful 3are Horn ed. Lum. 

1356; in hello ich habbe jare (ms. vara) 

ibeo misc. 147. 
^earkien^ from A. Sax. gearc (paratus), — 

3arkied (imper.) La?. 23275. 
jearu — 38Bru La?. 22506; 3eare, 3are Fer. 

4193 & 5186; sorewe eou schal beon 

ful 3are s. a. l. 153. 
jearwien — 3arewied eow to fihte La?. 7473. 
5eat — 3eate (dat.) Fer. 1720; 3ate a. d. 

260; ])an 3ate La?. 19137; set j)am gate 

John 10, 1; gate (pi.) Mat. 16, 18; 38ete, 

3aten [jeate] La?. 1604 & 11241; 3eten 

HOM. 1, 141; A. R. 222; giaten hom. 2, 

113. 

3eateward, A, Sax. geatpeard. 
jeat^n see 3seten. 
gfde^ Ban. gied Molb. dial, lexik., O.hutch 

gade (mlvptas)? 
gedeling see gadeliu^. 

jeincherringe (m^. yein-) reversio, misc. 74. 

3eincunie — 3(e)ankume a. r. 394. 
jeinen — (h)is bone him geine)) noht a. d. 

260. 
^eld — 3ielde (dat.) Angl. 1, 9. 
gelde^ A. Sax. gelde. 
^elden — here wed . . . 3elde l. n. f. 216; 



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he wolde . . . 3elde him to godes servise 
A. D. 257; op 3elde Fee. 4015; ^ilde 
1638; acountes ^elde give an account, E. g. 
357; 3ielde s. a. l. 157; julde acountes 
Bek. 778; ^elt fpresj a. b. 302; jeld 
(im/perat.) Oem. 5214; he jelde fmbjunct.) 
Oem. 7378; hi jolde ftns. yolde) fpret) 
MISC. 39; 3olde (part) Feb. 3684; jolde 
f^m. yolde) ayenb. 73. 

g^len^ O.Icel. gaela fdelectare), Goth, gailjan 
(eucppatvstv)? gele cunctari? a. p. 1, 930. 

gellinge **vlulaim\ Wicl. exod. 32, 17. 

^elpen — jilpe Feb. 694. 

3emeleas(s)chipe negligence, a. e. 202. 
gemen %ee gamen. 
^emen — jeme (ms. yeme) deste. T. 136; 

fet 3e jemen jjenne /r. fene) halie sunne 

dei HOM. 1, 11; gemden **oh8ervabanf\ 

Luke 6, 7; Bruttes her of jemden Laj. 

9168; jemde fms. yemede, r. w. fremde) 

Havel. 2276. 
gaming mra, st. gen. a. ex. 2783. 
genge comitatus, a. d. 241; ginge deste. T. 

1225. 
gengle^ from gangen; comp. foregengle. 
jfol see 30I. 

^eelu — 3ealwe fplj Fee. 5881. 
3fdmer — jemer fms. yemer) misc. 30; Jia 

jemere scipen Laj. 12039. 
^eoHierien — gemeriende (part) Mask 5, 

38. 
^dmeriug^ A. Sax, geomrung, lamentation, 

deste. T. 1722. 
^eond — 3ent rid Maximion a. d. 250. 
^eond^ A. Sax. gind, — jont Maeh. 23 ; 

3ent al ))is world p. s. 246. 
^eonden — ^eonde leg. 21. 
jeonder — ponder Fee. 1557. 
^eong see gang and jung. 
jeorn — gierne fadv.) hom. 2, 9. 

^eornfnlnesse — ^ernvolnesse Angl. 1, 31. 
^eornen — ^eorned fpres.J Laj. 8250; iphilc 

man J)at 3eorneJ) godes are Oem. 1363. 
jeoten — get (imper.J st. gen. a. ex. 2815; 

3eat, 3et fpretj Jul. 16 & 17. 
jeotinge — jdting Wicl. Jeeem. 51, 17. 
^erde — 3erd fbagm. 3; 3erden fdat pi.) 

Laj. 20318. 



3«rdien mrgu caedere? hpil me 3erdede hire 

Maeh. 6. 
gest — gistas fpl.) hom. 1, 109; gistes a. 

E. 414. 
gestnen^ 0. Icel. gista. 
^estrfn- 

gisterdai st. gen. a. ex. 2732. 
^et — giet fms. gyet), giot fms. gyot), geot 

Mat. 15, 16, Maek 8, 17 & Luke 21, 9; 

3iet Angl. 1, 7. 
gtiitft jactator? getteris fpl.) Wicl. E. w. 23. 
ghe see ge. 
^icehiDge^ M. IT. Germ, juckunge? itching, a. 

E. 238. 
^if — 3if HOM. 1, 7; 3ef La^. 5318; Hoen 

ED. LuM. 1094; gef st. gen. a. ex. 311; 

jef fins, yef) misc. 27; gief fms. gyef) 

John 20, 15. 
^Ife — 3eovo, 3eoven, 3even, 3iven fpl.) La^. 

930, 5445, 5464 & 20494; 3eoven a. e. 

368; gifes Oem. 5361. 

3evecusti fms. 3eue-, printed geuecusti) Laj. 
4862. 
^ifeii — 3iven fm^. 3iuen) feagm. 6; 3ieven 

Angl. 1, 10; geven st. gen. a. ex. 1508; 

jjat rihtne dom lis 3ive polde o. a. n. 

1692; to 3ivene hom. 2, 179; al fis ic 

3ife fshaU give) fe Oem. 11383; (he) sie- 
ved hom. 2, 161; 3ef us drinken La?. 

13580; jef fms. yef) misc. 33; ic 3ife 

fsi^j.) Oem. 5220; (fu) 30 ve Laj. 8253; 

god 3uve fat ure end(e) beo god p. l. s. 

Vin, 61; 3ef fpret.) a. e. 92; gaf st. 

gen. a. ex. 232; (fou) 3eve l. n. f. 222; 

3efe fsfuhj.) hom. 1, 25; 3iven, ^Qw^nfpart) 

HOM. 1, 53 & 69. 
^eyenesse^ A. Sax. gi&ess, indulgence, hom. 

1, 33; Angl. 1, 25. 
jifre — 3ever fms. 3eiier, printed 3ener) deste. 

T. 3955; J)e 3ivre glutiin a. e. 214. 

3iverllche — 3iver-, jeverli deste. T. 902 
& 13231. 
jifernesse — 3ivernes, 3evernes f printed yi- 

nernes, 3enernes) deste. T. 869 & 1275. 
jift — giftes fpl.) ST. GEN. A. ex. 1416. 
jildfn see 3elden. 

gilerie^ 0. Fr. gillerie, deceit, s. a. l. 225. 
^Hpen see 3elpen. 

jini — 3immen fdat. pi.) feagm. 2. 
^immeii — (pintreope) 3imme)) feagm. 2. 

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50 



gingifre^ ^-^x. gingifre, O.i^. gengibre. 
ginneu — )>€ mone gon to seine Laj. 17861. 
jH^ M. Bl, Germ, e^, ye two ; see inc. 
giterne^ 0. i^r. guiterne. 
^itsen — gisse ('pres. suhj.J st. gen. a. ex. 

3517. 
giyen gyve; givede (pret.J Trev. 6, 203. 
giperle Jewry, a. r. 394. 
glftdien — to gladien & to blissen us hom. 2, 

93 ; he gledie ou and frovre ou a. r. 430. 
glaed aplendichcs — glad under gore spec. 26; 

glad ST. GEN. A. EX. 3671; wij) glade 

mode SPEC. 80; glade fpl.J La?. 12349; 

Orm. 160; beod glede a. r. 380; fe 

gladdere ^e was on heorte Laj. 2407*; 

gladest (swperl.) spec. 26. 

gladllc, A. Sax. glaBdllc, splenddd/us, — 
gladli SPEC. 36; gladluche fad/v.J h. m. 
29. 
glaed — glad Gener. ed. Wr. 1255. 
glsBS^ see Paul u. Bratjne's beitr. 7, 434, 

— glese fdat.J a. r. 164. 
glaire **albumen*\ cathol. 157. 
glftYeren — glaver (pres. svihj.) Wicl. E. w. 

330. 
gleap — gleu^ s, a. l. 158; gleapun (dat. 

pi.) Luke 11, 25. 
glede — gledes (pi.) p. p. 1, 344. 
^^de Fbr. 2241; gleden (pi.) John 21, 9; 

gledan (dat pi) 18, 18. 
gleo — glie Angl. 1, 24. 
gliden — glidende (part) hom. 1, 43; gl^d 

[glod] (pret) Laj. 19517. 
glimerfaig glimmering y Wicl. E. w. 339. 
glistren — glistrid (pret) Fer. 4438. 
glitenien^ A. Sax. glitenian. 
gldren — glore spUndere? s. a. l. 47. 
gliibbe^ for clubbe, Swed. klubb, dt^f *'glo- 

hus*\ Wicl. numb. 16, 11. 
gnajen — gnejedC?) hom. 1, 43. 
gnatj Swed. gnadd? Eietz, sv. dial, lexik. 

204. 

gndst see gnSlst. 

joc, Goth, juk, Sanscr. 4H|^ — joe (ms. 

iOC) FRAGM. 5. 

god — godes sune the son of God, Orm. 
267; gode (dat) st. gen. a. ex. 2816; 
swa ich mote gode ifeon Laj. 9116. 
godcun(d)nesse p. l. s. Vni, 196; hom. 
2, 73. 



godspel — pat godspel (ms. goddspel) 
LAi. 29525. 
gdd — guod Al. T. 190; J)u dest me god 

A. R. 124; se gode man hom. 1, 237; 

))et gode 7; i praie j)e, gode man Fer. 

1729; gOdes (gen. m.) Laj. 15790; al 

fet ))u maht d6n to gode hom. 1, 23; J)e 

J)e mest ded nu to gode p. l. s. VIII, 31; 

and singe ... for hire gode o. a. n. 

1596; godere (dat. f.) a. r. 428; gdde 

(ace. f) La?. 19195; j)e gdde (pi) a. r. 

178; gode men hom. 1, 5; gSdere (gen. 

pi) Mat. IB, 49; td j)e guoden ayenb. 72. 

godfulliche misc. 90. 

godlTch Angl. 3, 280. 
goden — & goded (improved) it svithe Sax. 

chron. 263; ))at J)ing ))at gdded is & ^kied 

Orm. 2124. 
gogelen goggle, Wicl. E. w. 341. 
^oken^ Germ, jochen, t— i joked (part) Trev. 

7, 445. 
gdm see gome. 

gdme — nemaj) gome Fur. 1745. 
^dp see jeap. 

gore (tns. gorre) Al. L. a 1005. 
3or|>e see eorfe. 

gds — gies (pi.) s. A. L. 156. 
gorernour Fer. 960. 
grffiden — greded (pres) hom. 2, 129; gr^t 

A. R. 330; gred (imperat) A. r. 290; 

grede (subjunct.) a. r. 284; fai gr^dde 

(pret) Al. L. a 364. 
gradi — gredi fragm. 7; a. d. 292. 
gr^dinge clamor, Laj. 23564*; ayenb. 212; 

greding s. j. 156. 
gr»8 — ))at gras Horn ed. Lum. 130. 
gram Al. T. 406. 
grame — grame La?. 7694; toward Julius 

heo haefden grome 7661; ])er of hi hedde 

grome misc. 39. 

gramcundnesse iramndda, Orm. 3838. 
gramien — grame medit. 548; summe 1&- 

verdes . . . god gremiad hom. 1, 111; 

him gromede [gramede] wid fene king 

Laj. 18552; gramed Al. L. a 734. 
grand 

gran(d)dame grcmdam, Marh. 22. 
grftnien — grone Trev. 7, 535; he grd- 

ned(e) as a here Greg. 620. 
grftninge see gr^nunge. 



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grdnunge — grooning fbaom. 5. 

gripien — gropede f'pret) Feb. 1388. 

grilipange groping; gropunges f'pl.) a. b. 206. 

graren — gold graven Angl. 4, 194; i- 
grave ('part) medit. 987. 

gr^ — fe gree jut haj) ho goten Che has 
been vtetorj Langl. c 21, 103; when the 
Grekis hade the gre & the ground won- 
(n)en destb. T. 1352. 

great — 300 was gret mid childe Laj, 
19248*; hath fi herte b6 , . . gret (swol- 
len with anger J Mibc 1173; griate luve 
MISC. 34; he bar uppen his rugge bur- 
dene grete La^. 25970; grettest fmperl.) 
Will. 928. 

greateii — greteth **grande8cunf\ Pall. 3, 
1025. 

CIrec 

Gricland Cms, Griccland) Obm. 16423. 

greife see grafe. 

greijien — greife me selver p. s. 151 (a. 
D. 103). 

Clr^kisc — fe Grickische se s. a. l. 156. 

grene st. gen. a. ex. 2776. 

grdne Feb. 693; to plejen fe grene p. s. 
222. 

grennien^ O.Ioel. greiya ffremere, tUvIa/reJ, — 
he sijte & grente sore Al. T. 217. 

gr^ten — greted fpres.J Laj. 3157. 

gr^unge^ A. Sax, gretung, M. H. Germ, griie- 
:5unge. 
gretingpord Obm. 2799. 

grii — grille fadv.J Al. L. a 564. 

grille^ M, L. Germ, grille, odium ? wiJ)outen 
grucching or grille s. a. l. 207. 

grillen — fat ich seide ou^t him for to 
grulle fr. w. wille) leg. 38. 

grim saevus» Laj. 15566^ grimme (pi.) s. 

A. L. 152. 

grimleic, 0. Icel. grimmleikr, saevitia ; 
grimmele^c Obm. 4719. 
grimnesse Chaug. C. t. i 864. 
gripen fbagm. 6. 
gris — wen me bedej) fe gris opene fe 

shet Angl. 4, 195. 
griste 

grisbite, A. Sax. gristbitian, **dentihm stri- 

d^e\ Tbev. 7, 377. 
grisbiting, A. Sax. gristbitung, stridor den- 
Uum, Tbev. 7, 501. 



grift* — grifes (gen. J Obm. 6559; gride 

(datj Laj. 480. 
grii^ien — gridede (pretj Laj. 31032. 
grd see grai. 

groin Chaug. C. t. i 156. 
grom — grom ofer maide a. d. 258; grome 

(datJ LEG. 32. 
grdwen — grewen (pretJ misg. 48; so riche 

pere gropen hise sunen st. gen. a. ex. 

1897. 
gruchonge — gruching st. gen. a. ex. 3318. 
gruf — grufe gathol. 259. 
grand — he valj) a grund ayenb. 91; 

bringen him to grunde Obm. 12547; on 

grounde and on lofte Langl. 1, 88 (90). 

grundfulled throtighout filled, Laj. 1088. 

grundladen throughout laden, Laj. 1106. 
grnnnien grunnire? he begin]) to grochi . . . 

and grunni ayenb. 67. 
grut^ Swed. grut n. (glarea) Eietz, sv. dial. 

lexik. 
grutte^ A. Sax. grytt pi. grytta, 0. H. Germ. 

gruzze (furfur), grit; grut(t)a ** furfures*', 

FBAGM. 4. 

yai^t<^ty A. Sax. jugod, — 5upo))e fbagm. 2 ; 
30uJ)e A. D. 289; he pas gud (juvenis, per 
metonymiam) st. gen. a. ex. 2665. 

gulsoght **aurugo*\ gathol. 168. 
gulden — iguld (pa/rt.) Feb. 1330. 
gnlt — gelt Angl. 1, 16; gultes (pi.) hom. 

1, 39; A. B. 356. 
gume — gome Gbeg. 543; gumen (pi.) Laj. 

4621; gumene (gen. pi.) 12178. 
gund — red gound scrofulas, pbompt. 426; 

rade goundes Langl. b 20, 82. 
3ung^ Lat. juvencus, — gung misg. 121; 

J)a jeonge (pi.) Laj. 28444; fan jungen 

(dat pi.) Laj. 14158; to J)e junge a. b. 

70; jungre (compar.) Obm. 13271; gun- 

gere st. gen. a. ex. 1510; fe ^ungere 

[jeongere] Laj. 9189. 
3ungling — gungling misg. 21; gungling, 

geongling Mat. 18, 2 & Mabk 14, 51; 

gungling, jongling o. a. n. 635; jung- 

lenges (pi.) hom. 1, 237. 
gnnue — gunnos (pi.) Feb. 3263. 
gurdel — ))an gurdel Feb. 2419. 

gurdelstede girdle-stead, Feb. 1707. 
gnschen — goshet (pret.) destb. T. 1607. 



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babben — haebben [habbe] Lai. 23162; 

haven Sax. chron. 38 & 255; c. l. 351; 

habbe misc. 29; to haebbene Laj. 10273; 

J)et pe ajen to habben deore fcarum habere) 

HOM. 1, 57; ic habbe . . . ibeon p. l. s. 

VIII, 2; ich habbe . . . ibeo misc. 147; 

hgefed Laj. 20624; we habbe)) be Fer. 

277; fu habbe (mhj.J hom. 1, 21; he 

habbe a. d. 262; hefde fpret.J hom. 1, 

51; hedde misc. 29; haefden [hadden] 

La3. 20918; fa ifaren hafden bi live 

13994. 
babit A. D. 259. 
baccbe destr. T. 2005. 
hachc Fer. 1701. 
hacken (ms. acken) hom. 2, 139; ihacked 

(part J A. R. 298. 
hacken see haken. 
bffil 

h^lful Trbv. 7, 502. 
bffile — hale John 4, 22; to wrojjere hele 

A. D. 243. 
hffilen Mat. 17, 16; leechd. 3, 94; hel 

(im/perat.) A. r. 26. 
bselend — hMind hom. 1, 3; healendes 

(gen.) Kath. 609. 
bffilf see half. 
bffille see helle. 

hselonge — helinge Langl. b 17, 115. 
hsenen^ A. Sax. h^nan, from hane, hone, la- 

pida/re; henen John 11, 8. 
hser — her Fer. 1580. 
h»re — heren (dat pi) Luke 10, 13; La?. 

19707. 
heeren^ A. Sax. h^ren Blickl. hom. 221. 
haese, A. Sax. hses, for *h^st, *h8ett, — heste 

(pi.) Laj. 31561; hesten a. r. 386. 
hesne Anol. 1, 12. 
hftte ardor — hete p. l. s. VIII, 117; when 

J)e hete is overcome a. d. 289; hsete, hge- 

tan, hseten (dat.) leechd. 3, 94 & 128. 
ha^c, M. H. Germ, hage, pleaswre : mid gode 

haje La?. 17507; helde (r. elde) wiJ)hou- 

ten hawe Angl. 3, 281; comp. bihaje. 
baken^ M. L. Germ. Butch haken, hake^ ha- 

mare: haken (ms. hacken, hakken) after 
(appetere) holinesse Langl. b 19, 399. 
hal, Sanscr. cfp^^HFtj — ^^^ *^^^- ^^'» ^®^^' 
hail misc. 42 & 48; heil beo fou leb. 
Jes. 815; J)e hole (sana) half a. r. 112. 



balf — half ])at ilke win La?. 15006; haelf 
[half] 3aru 8657; half so strong Havel. 
2245; oJ)er half spanne Fer. 744. 

balf — helve Fer. 159; an oder halve he 
wes glsBd fat his ifon weoren daed Laj. 
9374; in J)e kinges half Will. 4831; 
heo stod bi halves (for halve) p. l. s. 
XIX, 13. 

balfter^ A. Sax. haelftre ^Elfr. gram. 317. 

bal^ien — (h)aligen st. gen. a. ex. 258. 

hali^ — se halge gast Luke 1, 35; J)e ha- 
lie [holie] qvene La?. 11148; faet hilige 
**sanctmrC\ Mat. 7, 6 ; one^ holie monnes 
A. R. 350; of J)an halgen gaste Mat. 1, 
20; mid te holie monne a. r. 278; holie 
men 350; crist ... & his halechen Sax. 
chron. 263. 

halijdaj (halij daj?) Orm. 4350. 
holiniht (holi niht?) the night before a 
holiday, A. R. 22. 

bals^ Lat. collum (for colsum) L. Meier, d. 

GOT. SPR. 39. 

balsnien = hMsien: ich halsni fe a godes 
name s. a. l. 161. 

hamelen — he heomelede pa reven La?. 
11206. 

hand — the herre hond (superiority, mastery) 
have DESTR. T. 9571; J)en deofle J)u bist 
isold on hond fragm. 7; he wolde . . . 
ludere him gon an hond (Germ, an (die) 
hand gen^ La?. 22268; to his ajere hande 
La?. 3713; alle fa londes (r. londe) ston- 
ded a mire honde 9475; hande (pi.) Orm. 
10996; honde Fer. 2119; honde, hondan, 
honden hom. 1, 23, 91 & 149; honde, 
honden hom. 2, 21 & 181; handen Mat. 
15, 2; honden a. r. 114; handan (dat 
pi.) John 19, 3; leechd. 3, 114; hon- 
den FRAGM. 5; J)et tu ne meiht . . . et- 
fleon hore honden a. r. 390; honden, 
honde hom. 2, 89 & 207. 
hondhabbing having in one^s hand, Fl. a. 

Bl. 668. 
handhplle, M. H. Germ. hantwTle. 

handlien — heo hondlej) fragm. 5; hond- 
lej) (unperat) misc. 54. 

hanelon? (printed hauelon) Man. ed. H. 308; 
hanelons, hanilouns (pi.) Langl. b 10, 
129. 

hangen — hing (hing?) (pret.) Laj. 18374; 



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J)^r hio hine hengen fmspenderuntj Luke 
23, 33; ))e gostes fat far on hengen 
LEG. 191. 

hdr — hor Feb. 1580. 

harnesse^ A. Sax. harness, hoariness; hor- 
nesse, hoornesse **canitie%\ Wicl. pkov. 
20, 29. 

haspe — fe haspes of his helme destr. T. 
1270; haspis of silke 3899. 

haste Feb. 403. 

Mt — hate [hote] (pi) Laj. 5695; hate 
teres hom. 1, 155. 

hatheorte, A, Sax. hatheorte Blickl. hom. 
249, 0. H. Germ, heizherzi, ira, furor : 
on hatherte Kath. 2147. 

hate — hete s. a. l. 153. 

hdten hom. 1, 77; hete **promiUo*\ Pall. 
3, 936; Waelsce men me heom hated 
[hotejj] Laj. 2124; he hat [hot] fe faren 
to Eome 26369; Jjenne fe preost hine 
hat ajefen fa ehte hom. 1, 31; he hot, 
hoot misc. 29; hat flmper.J Laj. 24001; 
fat nu hatte (vocaimr) Normandie La?. 
24170; heet (pret) Trev. 7, 357; h^t 
Laj. 17496; in a londe Ilirie hatte [het] 
Kath. 22; as fai wer(e) hoten (jmd) 
Feb. 4901. 

hotere commander, ayenb. 109. 

hatien — to hetiene hom. 1, 15; hetcd 
fpres.J hom. 1, 19; (heo) hatied A. b. 
310; hatief p. s. 157; hatie fsubjunctj 

A. B. 176. 

hatinge see hatunge. 

hatre — hatere l. n. f. 218. 

harec — cotiip. sparhauk. 

haren^ A. Sax. hsefen fopesJliEo'^ gloss. 577. 

havenleste, A. Sax. haefen-, hafenleast, in- 
opia. Sax. ohbon. 38. 
hafene — havenes fpl.J Chauc. C. t. a 

407. 
hawere — hseweres fpl.J Laj. 19638. 
he — he, (h)a Feb. 45 & 127; (h)a La?. 

1383*; his fgen.J a. b. 50; his, hes Jul. 

21; him, for hine, p. l. s. VIII, 44; hom. 

1, 165; hin face.) Laj. 728; fa bepente 

hie fm8. hye) hi fsej John 20, 14; hio, 

hie (ms. hyo, hje) ''earn**. Mat. 1, 19; 

heo, hi fbagm. 6 & 7; hi Angl. 1, 14; 

hit, it p. L. s. VIII, 7 & 9; it can cna- 

pen spife pel his moder Obm. 1315; him 



fdatj o. A. N. 682; heo fpl.J fbagm. 1; 
SPEC. 31; hee p. s. 215; hee, hi Feb. 
303 & 139-3; heorae fgen. pi.) Laj. 4228; 
heore aire laverd 1805; whulc here which 
of them, 2950; heore beire pille hom. 1, 
99; heore, here John 17, 12 k 20; 
hoere, here l. n. f. 217; hura, hure 
LEBCHD. 3, 108 & 132; hure Feb. 305; 
hore FBAGM. 7; hare p. s. 69; heom 
fdat. pi. J Mat. 3, 7; fbagm. 5; him, 
himen Feb. 106 & 160; hem, for heo, 
HOM. 2, 7; ham, for heo, fbagm. 7. 

heafed — heavet fms. heauet) Mabh. 19; 
heved spec. 62; hefdes fgen.J Mabh. 19; 
heafde fdat J fbagm. 8; heafde, heafede, 
heafode, hevede leechd. 3, 82, 104 & 
130; hMden [hefdes] fpl.J Laj. 14682. 
hsevedbsBn [hefdbou] Laj. 6504. 
heavedponno, A. Sax. heafodpanne, fbagm. 
7. 

hevedlinge Wicl. Luke 8, 33; hedlinges 
DESTB. T. 10175. 

heah — an heh king La?. 2042; fe hege 
strete hom. 2, 89; hsehes, h^es fgen. m. 
n.) Laj. 15416 & 21972; fe clof fat 
heng he^e Bband. 24; he halt hire hed 
heje p. s. 154; he hit heved to heje f'tm. 
heie) up a. b. 86; hMre fgen. pi. J Laj. 
22448; h^jen, he^e fdat pi.) Laj. 511 
& 26278. 
heijwei leg. 98. 

healden servo/re, pascere — hialde Angl. 1, 
10; halden hom. 1, 105; fe devel mai 
. . . holden his halimotes p. s. 154; his 
foreward to haldene Laj. 9879; fu bal- 
dest fpresj Laj. 26430; halst leb. Jes. 
333; (he) balded, halt Laj. 14333 & 
29752; (we) balded [holdef] 7344; (heo) 
haldad hom. 1, 101; holded a. b. 130; 
halde fsfuhj.J hom. 1, 109; fat weo . . . 
balden [holde] alle ure ades Laj. 2334; 
halde pe godes laje hom. 1, 55; (fu) 
heolde fpret) a. b. 146; 3if ha ham pel 
helden Kath. 890. 

hean — bsenen fdat pl.J Laj. 17829. 

heanling a mle man? heanlunges ffor hean- 
linges?) fpl.J Mabh. 14. 

heap — fa weoren . . . feouwer hundred 
fiisende cnihtes a fan h^pe [heape] Laj. 
25396. 



u 



heard; Gr, %paz6^? swonken ful harde 

Langl. pbol. 21; pinen hardo ant stron- 

ge A. D. 237. 
hearden — ihert (part,) ayenb. 29. 
hearm — harum Havel. 1983; hserme (iat) 

La). 6384; hermes (fl.) a. b. 244; and 

hermes he worhte La|. 3823. 
hearmiea — hermie Feb. 1295; ihermed 

(part J A. B. 124. 
heaweD — h§wej> fpres.J Feb. 1613; fei 

h§we fpretj 604. 
beHeB — hebbe Feb. 1248; hof fpretj 

DESTB. T. 5259; h5ven Laj. 19928; & 

heoven [hoven] hine to kinge 9025; Scot- 
• tea haven np muchelne r^m 11280; i- 

hove fpmrt) Tbev. 7, 455. 
Hebr^iseh — ])d, HebrMsce men hom. 1, 3. 
h^)en — h^jed fpart.) hom. 2, 197. 
hei (h§i?), M,LMerm, hoi, hoig, M,H,Germ. 

houwe, hOuwe. 

haico(k)ke haycock, cathol. 170. 
held; helde, M. H. Germ, helde, halde, — 

])d.re nider(e) helde hom. 2, 230. 
helde — ih^re ])0u me ... in helde spec. 

37; mibtest (t)u do j)e in his (h)ilde 

MISC. 96. 
heldeD — helden hit tit hom. 2, 213; heo 

scullen . . . hsBlden [mc. t^xt fallen] into 

hselle La). 20539; healden Jul. 30; he 

helded fpres.J a. b. 282; if thou . . . 

helde it in Pall. 1, 1132; (thei) hilde 

fpret,J Al. C. 257. 
heleD — (J)ou) hele fpretj Al. T. 476. 
helfe — hilve Feb. 4434; hilves fgen.J 

4655. 
helieD — hele fimperatj a. b. 316; iheeled 

[iheled] fpoHJ Laj. 18405. 
hMinge see h&lunge. 
helle — helle far p. l. s. VIII, 76; hom. 

2, 258; helle fir Obm. 1529; helle pite 

FBAGM. 6; hsBlle fdatj Lai. 20539. 
helmc Tbev. 7, 17. 
help — hilp Feb. 3208; helpes fgen.J hom. 

1, 13. 

helpful helpfid, Wicl. Luke 18, 13. 
helpC; M.L.Germ. helpe, M.K.Germ. helfe, 

adjtUor, destb. T. 10803; helpes fplj st. 

GSN. A. EX. 3409. 

helpcn HOM. 1, 27; helped fpres.J a. b. 196; 
hit helpep noht a. d. 258; help fimper.J 



La3. 12768; hulpe [holpe] fpret mbj.J Laj. 
16181; fat he hulpe him leg. 169. 

hen — henne fpl.J p. s. 198. 

h^n see hean. 

h^nen see h&nen. 

henge — henges fpl.J Feb. 2181. 

hengen — pou hengest ... so h^e upon 
fe rode spec. 86. 

h^ainge — ne kepte heo n5n hening here 
SPEC. 36. 

heofeae — hevene st. gen. a. ex. 40; 
heofenen fgen.J Mat. 6, 26; heovene a. 
B. 374; binimed him hevene pele hom. 
2, 11; heofenes Mabk 13, 27; hevones 
ST. gen. a. ex. 287; on heofenan, heofe- 
nen, heofene Mat. 22, 30 & 24, 30; of 
p^ve heofena 24, 29; toward ])S,re hevene 
MISC. 55; on hevone st. gen. a. ex. 270. 

heenene — henen Mabk 14, 25; henne 
Feb. 2332. 
heonepard, A. Sax. heononpeard, a. b. 98. 

heorde — herde Mabk 6, 34; heordes fgen.J 
Mat. 26, 31; heordes, heordan fpl.J Luke 
2, 15 & 18; j)at hirde floe Obm. 3372. 

heorre^ A. Sax. heorre, hearre -^lfb. gbam. 
317, *hyrre dat hyrran zeitschb. 21, 40, 
— heorren fdat pl.J leechd. 3, 84. 

heorte — god help J)e dere herte Feb. 324; 
heortan fgen.J Mat. 12, 34; heorte hom. 
1, 9; praj)J)e meinj) J)e heorte blod o. a. 
N. 945; herte spec. 81; Feb. 323; at 
his hurte grounde Bband. 2; heorten 
fdat J Mat. 24, 48; of fare heorte 15, 
18; herten, hurten Laj. 3455 & 6456; 
mid godere heorte hom. 1, 3; heortan, 
heorte fpl.J hom. 1, 13 & 95; heortan, 
heorten fdat pl.J Mabk 2, 6 & 8. 
heorteblod — min heorteblod hom. 1, 191. 
hertetene Angl. 4, 193. 

heorte! coiwp. mildheorte. 

h^r — her ute sitted six men Laj. 19704; 
her fore 9136; hire 31765; hier. Mere 
Angl. 1, 12. 

herher **«7«n(rf<w-«b". Tbev. 7, 421; erber Feb. 
1789; herberes fpl.J Will. 1768. 

h^re, O.Fris. (ovir)h6re. 

h^re 

herllc, A. Sax. (un)hierllc, O.Icel. h^rllgr, 
M.H.Germ. gehiurlTch, comts; camp, un- 
h^rli. 



55 



h^reo — h^ren Laj. 4887; hi\ren Feb. 304; 

fenne heref god (h)is bene a. d. 295. 
her)ien — iherjed ('pa/rt) Laj. 2210. 
herien — to heriane hom. 1, 97; herije 

(^69. mhj.J HOM. 1, 113; herede (pretj 

Laj. 14062. 
h^rknien^ A. Sax. h^rcnigan, — h^rcnien 

fms. harcnien) Laj. 19649; hercniad mine 

lare 1517; h^rcnied nu t5 me 26731; 

h^rcnede fpretj La?. 10163. 
h^rcnuli^^ A. Sax, h§rcnang, h^cnung, am- 

cultaUo, A. K. 104. 
hcp|> — heorfe fdat) leechd. 3, 128. 
herunge — heringe hom. 1, 5; Chauc. C. 

T. I 682. 
hevi fms. heui) fragm. 5; hefi leechd. 3, 

88. 
hide^ A. Sax. higid = *hipid ffamHtaJ 

Schmid's gloss, 610, O.H. Germ, hiwida 

fconjuncUo) ? 
hldfp — hider to h. h. 116 (118). 
hi)c, A. Sax. higa Leo's gloss. 289. 
hi^ien — pet god . . . hije ham ^t of pine 

A. K. 30; hijede fpretj a. d. 258. 
Uide see helde. 
hihe see helfe. 
hinde — hindes fr. w. jfinde) (pi.) Laj. 

1448; hinden 8108. 
hinder^ O.Fris. hinder. 
hire, omp. 0. Fris. hire. 
hisseii^ 0. Butch hissen, hischen. 
hishiDg hissing, sibiltis, Wigl. 2 pabal. 29, 8. 
MCt^ta — wham so he hittej) wif (h)is hond 

Feb. 873. 
htp hamehold — fenne miht(e) i hongren 

on heowe (== heowene?) spec. 37. 

hirgd — hirdes fins, hyrdes) fgen.) Mat. 
20, 1; to hirede ft(mrt) heo cdmen Laj. 
19443. 
h§redcifiht Laj. 9856. 

heopraedefl, A. Sax. hiprseden Leo*s gloss. 
289. 

herdling knight. Laj. 12713* 
hladen — hladed "hmrite*\ John 2, 8. 
hl&r — hiafes (plj John 6, 5; hiafe fym. 

pi J Mat. 16, 9; hiafan fdat. pi J Mark 

6, 52. 

hiaford 
loverdhed st. gbn. a. ex. 832. 
laver(d)scipe hom. 1, 111. 



hlahhen — lawe Feb. 386; lahinde fparlj 

A. D. 295. 
hlahhinge laughing; lhe^O)inges fplj ayenb. 

63. 
hleap^ 0. Fris. (bec)hlep, — lipe Angl. 4. 

198. 
hleapen — Itip fpfetj Feb. 243. 
hleonien — hl(e)oned fpres.J hom. 2, 39; 

he lenej) on (h)is forke spec. 110; hle- 

nede, lenede (pret) John 13, 23 & 25. 
hleoten John 19, 24. 
bli|»eu — li])e A. D. 238. 
hlot^ 0. Dutch lot n., 0. Icel hlutr, 0. H, 

Germ, hluz m., — fat lot Al. L. a 607. 
hind — hludere stefne Litke 1, 42; liide 

fad/v.J HOM. 1, 43. 
hlusten — lusten rel. ant. 1, 171 (misc. 

104); Ihisten hom. 2, 185; evric mon 

J)e lusted luvellche godes pordes hom. 1> 

133; lust fimper.J Hobn ed. Lum. 337; 

lustej) Feb. 2264. 
Ihestinge auditio, ayenb. 258. 
hliistnen^ Swed. lyssna, — lustnen [v. r. 

hercnen] a. b. 422*. 
bnap — neppe fdat. J a. b. 214. 
bne^en — neje fms. neye) Feb. 3669. 
hnesche — nesche Tbev. 1, 133. 
bnite^ Gr. xovt'c pl xovt8ec, see Cubtius, 

GB. ETYM. (5. AUFL.) 243. 

hnute^ A. Sax. pl hnjte leechd. 3, 144. 

bnoppe — Boppe cathol. 256. 

ho)e Feb. 4539; ]>a scalt faren al to hope 

FBAGM. 6. 

bdhj O.Ieel ha(sin). 

bokerien — (heo) hdkeried fan folke Laj. 

15785. 
bol 

hoUek, A. Sax. hoUeac. 
b»lb — holgh Pall. 3, 257. 
bonissen^ 0. Fr. honir, hunir fhmnirj: ho- 

nische, hunsen Langl. a 11, 48. 
h^ieii; M. L. €hrm. hopen, — ich hopie 

habben fl hope to havej fuUe vor^ivenesse 

HOM, 1, 197. 
bdr — & dried hdrdOm & of pe hdre mit 

stinked hom. 2, 37. 
bord — ileid an horde p. l. e. VIH, 6. 
hordtn^ A. Sax. hordian Leo's «loss. 240^ 

— horde Wicl. E. w. 338. 
bore Feb. 5725. 



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hdrc — horon (da^. pi J Laj. 29133. 

horesone Feb. 2016. 
horl, M. L. Germ, horeg. 
horling "scortator**, Wicl. deuter. 23, 17; 

horlinges ^pi.J p. s. 238. 
hors — hors ^plj hom. 1, 49; 2, 179; 

hors, horses Laj. 897 & 3561; horse 

^dat pi. J HOM. 1, 9. 
hose^ 0. H. Germ, hosa pi. hosun. 
hostele^ 0. Fr. hosteler, lodge, Langl. ed. 

W». 11604. 
hostesse^ O.IV. hostesse, hostess, s. a. l. 151. 
hdten — hot him ut a. b. 290. 
hoii«5 O.Fr. houe, hoe: houes fms. howes) 

fpl.J Feb. 4993. 
hoopfDj Fr. houper. 

boiiTe ^ms. houue, printed honne) p. s. 327. 
hoxen — hoxened (part.) Trev. 7, 139. 
hr»)el — rail John 13, 4. 
hrap 

rapli Feb. 384. 
hrai^ — rad st. gen. a. ex. 2481; leg. 

46; to cheste rad o. a. n. 1043; far to 

he was ful rad s. a. l. 150; hraj)ur 

(compar.) leechd. 3, 120; ofer rader ofer 

later Angl. 1, 15; heo . . . to J)e songe 

beoj) )>e raddere o. a. n. 738. 

radllche — redllche hom. 1, 3. 
hreoden reeden, arundineus; reden Trev. 7, 

487. 
reodi reedy, a/rundinem, Tbev. 7, 487; reedi 

place "carectum", Wicl. Job 8, 11. 
hreosen — reosed (pres.) Laj. 15887. 
hreod'er^ A. Sax. hryder, 0. H. Germ, hrind 

pi hrindir? 
hreou 

reoullc PBAGM. 8. 
hreoid'e — r(e)ouJ)e hom. 1, 79; reufe 149. 
hrepien — repie, reppe s. a. l. 150; repie 

fpres. svihj.) pbagm. 8. 
hrer 

reremtls, A. Sax. hrjremtis zeitschb. 21, 
43. 
hrtneii — rin fimperatj a. b. 408. 
hrdf — r6f fbagm. 6; J)e rof misc. 179; 

rove fdat.J pbagm. 6. 
hrdp; A. Sax. hrop Blickl. hom. 185. 
hrig — rugge fdat.J Laj. 8157; hrigge 

LEECHD. 3, 120; rigges nofer vores Feb. 

1565. ■ 



rigbOn, A. Sax. hrycgban, Langl. c 7, 
400. 
hrusel — rusel, risel leechd. 3, 112 & 

124. 
hruskien^ A. Sax. hriscian, qvatere? fe ronke 

racches fat ruskit )>e ron misc. 92. 
hriiteii — fai se3e fe wajes of fe se harde 

to gadre route Feb. 1343. 
hiide — of huide ne of hewe l. n. p. 218. 
hiidels — hidlis destb. T. 12304. 
hAden — hud fimperat.) a. r. 292; hud 

(partj Feb. 1400. 
hue see heo. 

huge^ O.Fr. ahuge, Feb. 546. 
huht — agon is al min hijt Feb. 2782. 
hAhteii see hihten. 
huire see hure. 
hill — hulle fdat.J p. s. 152; hulle fplj 

p. L. s. Vin, 175; hulle fdat. pl.J Hobn 

ED. LiTM. 208. 

hulden — hilde Feb. 1639. 

hule — pese hule [hole] Langl. b 7, 194. 

holen^ 0. L. Germ, (bi)hullean. 

hiilli — hilli Tbev. 1, 333. 

homiliaciooiij Fr. humiliation, hnmUiaUon, 

Chauc. C. t. I 480. 
hammen^ Germ, hnmmen, — humme Chauc. 

Tboil. 2291. 
hund fiYian, in a contemptible sensej Hobn ed. 

LuM. 601; hundes fplj a. b. 324. 
hund see Euhn's zeitschb. 23, 134. 

hundred 
hundredfald hom. 1, 163; Obm. 19903. 
hund-5 Gol^. tehund. 
huni) 

honidrope s. j. 5. 
hiini^eDj M. H. Germ, honigen, honey ; ihonied 

fpartj s. A. L. 70. 
hunte — huntes, hontes fplj Tbev. 7, 357. 
himtien — honted fpartj p. s. 150. 
hupe — hepis fplj medit. 624. 
happen — hupe fimperatj spec. 111. 
hiire — for here spine hire he nu haven 

ST. GEN. A. EX. 3172. 

hAre, O.Dutch huire fm^reirixj? pit hire ne 

wolde (he) leike ne lie Havel. 997. 
hAren -— herde fpret.J Mat. 20, 7. 
hurne — hernen fgenj Luke 20, 17. 
hnrren^ O.Ihdch horren. 
hurst fr. w. furst) s. a. l. 156; see hirst. 



57 



hurteii^ Welsh hyrddu. 

has — hi fr. i) schal to house fdomij J)i 

douter d5 wel spuse Horn ed. Horstm. 

1034; huses fpl.J hom. 1, 49; A. r. 

296; 0. A. N. 1203; htiseii (dat plj 

Mat. 11, 8. 

huslaverd fms. huse-) hom. 1, 247. 

housles hxyuseless, J. t. 40. 
hAten^ ^ed. hiita, — grede & houte Fer. 

3225; hut ed (pa /rtj Orm. 4875; see hSten. 
hpa^ Samor. o||f^ — hpat h. m. 3; hpat 

mihte . . . pas icud a. r. 76; hpat 
fqvamj tu d^st pel 86; & pite hpet fqvodj 
he lis lende Angl. 1, 14; al phat it sej]) 
& mene)) Orm. 5503; wet misc. 27; pas 
fcujus) HOM. 2, 43; be hpam (earlier text 
J)am) ic fellic gehire Luke 9, 9; his 
swete moder ... of hwam he vl^iss nom 
MISC. 57; furuh hpam ffor hpan) a. r. 
352; hwam J)u seche misc. 53; hpane 
face. m.J John 18, 4. 

Iip»te — hp^tes fgen.J Mat. 13, 36. 

hpanene — hpanen "unde'\ Mark 8, 4; 
from hponne (= hpeonne?) J)e engles a 
dfm f(e)olleii hom. 1, 61. 

hpir PRAGM. 6; hp^r Luke 9, 58; por rel. 
ANT. 1, 223 (misc. 20); hpar J)urh a. r. 
58. 

hpat — al se hpat se hom. 1, 79; wate 
fpl.J La3. 19136. 

hpeol^ Gr. xoxXoc, Sansor. tf$|[rt4 Bopp's 

GLOSS. 116, — 5 wool, wheol, weol leg. 

163, 190 & 191; hpeoles fpl.J a. r. 356. 
hwerf^ M.L.Germ. werf m. 

? hpurfbsn **vertehra*\ leechd. 3, 98. 
hw^sen — hpest fpres.J leechd. 3, 122. 
hwet 

hpe(t)stDn **cos*\ fragm. 5. 
hwetten — whette fpretj Trbv. 7, 341. 
hpeA'er^ Samor. ciirliiFL Bopp's gloss. 63, 

— hpefer hom. 1, 173; pefer p. l. s. 
Vm, 19; wher Will. 799. 
hpt — to hpi qvo, Angl. 1, 13; mid hpi 
ftns. hpy) hio hit agulden Luke 7, 42; 
hpii hom. 1, 237; hpui fragm. 6. 
hpilc — hwich of him Fer. 160; hpilche 

mede Mat. 5, 46; whiche help god hem 

sente Will. 2705; hpulche fpl.J hom. 

1, 11; whulche, wulche [woche] Laj. 

11770 & 11772. 



hpider — wuder Fl. a. Bl. 114. 

hpile — jwile s. a. l. 160; J)eo hpile ic 
pas innen fe fragm. 6; feo hptile J)et 
ic punede inne )>e ibid.; hpilun fdat. pl.J 
leechd. 3, 138; hpilon Luke 8, 13. 

hwirl 

whirlwind Trev. 7, 159. 

hpit — J)e white [wite] Lai. 15978; eonvp, 
milchplt. 

hpore see hpure. 

hpi — hu fele **qyof\ Mat. 15, 34; hu 

michel **qvan1um*\ Luke 16, 5; hu poc 

so hit ever beo how weak so ever it he, 

A. R. 138. 
ic FRAGM. 6; hom. 1, 225; ich hom. 2, 11; 

i La3. 18886. 
idropesie^ dropesie, 0. Fr. idropisie, d/ropsy, 

WiCL. Luke 14, 2; dropesie s. a. l. 5. 
if — ef Horn ed. Lum. 537. 
ilke ST. GEN. A. EX. 258; ])at ich(e) dai 

Greg. 304; on ])am ilken huse Luke 10, 

7; ilea fdat. pl.J hom. 1, 43. 
file = uvel? ddn ille a. d. 294; ille [el] 

heopet HOM. 1, 249 & 325. 
imageries Fr. imagerie, imagery, Em. 168. 
in — in ane time Lai. 14063; faren in 

aenne tun 19186; in heovene & in eorde 

A. R. 398; i den ende of al his live 

404; in eorfe misc. 56; he was . . . 

brod in pe sholdres Havel. 1647; in 

godes name Fer. 2943. 

in — ])^ he in to ])am htse code Mark 9, 
28; ne mei n^ mon cume in to godes 
riche hom. 1, 73; & bad hine . . . g^n 
in to pan kinge Laj. 17675; he com in 
at Newegate p. s. 218, 

in — innen fdat. pl.J Laj. 14007. 

in- see Paul u. Braune's beitb. 6, 249. 
inblawen infla/re; inblSwin fpart.J Wicl. 
1 Cor. 4, 6. 

in- 

infecten, Fr. infecter, — enfecte Chauc. 

C. T. G 973. 
informacidn, Fr. information, information, 

Gow. 1, 272. 



in- 



in-, impacient, O.Fr. impacient, impatient, 

Chauc. C. t. i 401. 
in-, impudent, Fr. impudent, impudent, 

Chauc. C. t. i 397. 

8 



58 



insolent, Fr. insolent, imoJ^nt, Chauc. C. 
T. I 399. 
inc^ Goth, igqis, M. H. Germ, enk, 0. loel. 

ykkr, Jul. 19; hinc hom. 1, 93. 
inker^ Goi^. igqar, 0. Icel. ykkarr. 
inne — a cloj) of silk sche wond him inne 

Geeg. 183. 
inneii 

inepid a. r. 38. 
inner^ A. Sax. 0. H. Germ, inner, 0. Icel. 

innar, tnterius; inner Mat. 20, 28. 
ipocrite^ O^Fr. ypocrite, hypocrite, a. r. 128. 
irea — barres of irne destb. T. 6018. 
ircn, 0. H. Germ, isarniner, iseniner, Goth. 

eisarneins, — irene ponne fragm. 4. 
irren^ M. L. Germ. 0. Dutch erren, arr, irri- 

tare; arrin lud. Gov. 316; arreden fpret.J 

JAEB. 13, 164; WiCL. DEUTER. 32, 16. 

is — ises fm^. yses) (gen.) st. gen. a. ex. 

97. 
Jakke fm8. iakke) Fer. 3689. 
Janglinge jangling: janglinge is, whan a man 

speketh to muche Ghauc. G. t. i 406. 
Janifer^ Fr. Janvier, January, Mand. 77. 
Japere ('im. iapere) *'nugax\ Trbv. 7, 453; 

Ghauc. G. t. i 89. 
Japerie nugae, s. a. l. 70. 
joic (m^. ioie) Fer. 2037. 
Jisten — jouste (im. iouste) Fer. 105. 
kebben^ Swed. kebba, kabba (grdla) Rietz, 

SV. DIAL. LEXIE. 381. 

kechci (kechel ?), M. S. Germ, kuechel ? 

k^^e^ A. Sax. c^e. 

k^^en hey, fasten unth a key; keijed (? ms. 

keiyed, printed keifed) fpart.) l. h. r. 

205; ikeijet, ikejed fm>8. ikeied) Langl. a 

6, 103, c 8, 266. 
k^leB^ 0. Ipel. koela, — J)at he . . . kele 

mi tunge Wicl. Luke 16, 24. 
kelk^ Swed. kalk fmd/rgj? Rietz, sv. dial. 

lexie. 382. 
kempe^ O.Icel. kempa, — kempan, cempen 

(pi) John 19, 23 & 32. 
kempen see campion. 
keiie see kine. 

k^ne — a kene ax Rob. 490. 
kennen — whUr swa he mihto hine ken- 

nen [kenne] Laj. 11380; he schal . . . 

kenne )>e & cuden al fat tu easkest Jul. 

37; ne con him ous no man kenne l. n. 



p. 216; no man scholde him kenne Al. 

L. B 96. 
keorfen — kervej) (pres) c. l. 1257. 
k^pen — ne keped (cares) he hom. 1, 55; 

kep (imper.) 71; ne k^pte heo non h§ning 

here spec. 36. 
k^pere^ M. L. Germ, kepere. 
k^pinge ass. 56. 
k^tc Feb. 4596; a bomgh . . . ))at michel 

was & kete Al. L. c 201; ))e stormes 

booth so kete s. a. l. 156. 
ketlingj O.Icel. ketlingr, see kitling, — ket- 

ling (**catMlv£*) of % lion Wicl. deuter. 

33, 22. 
kefel^ M.L.Germ. kavel, kavele Sch. u. LttB. 

WB. 2, 436. 
kide — kides (gen.) st. gen. a. ex. 1967. 
kine 

kinedOm c. l. 286. 

kinehelm, A. Sax. cynehelm, — kenehelm 
John 19, 2. 

kinellch, A. Sax. cynellc. 

kinerlche misc. 47; kine-, kuneriche Laj. 
2896 & 28931. 

kinesetle, A. Sax. cynesetl, 

kinestol, A. Sax. cynestol. 

kinewurde — kenewurd(e) Laj. 8618. 
kining — king La?. 5962; kinges, kinge 

(pi.) Laj. 5331 & 29693; kinge (gen. pi) 

HOM. 1, 33; kingene hom. 2, 45; Marh. 

18; kiningen (ms. kyningen) (dat. pi) 

Luke 21, 12; kingen Laj. 23915. 

kingdom, A. Sax. cyningdQm. 
kippen — kippe s. a. l. 166; kipte (pret.) 

L. N. P. 218. 

kirf Pall. 1, 190. 

la — (pen)dest ))u, la (oh) erming, her 5 

to punienne fragm. 7. 
label Wicl. E. w. 331. 
lacchen — (hie) lached (pres.) hom. 2, 197; 

laht (paH.) p. s. 192. 
ladde Fer. 400; Al. T. 260. 
l&de — what fai in 16de hadde what {hey 

ca/rried, Fer. 2703. 

lodesterre, M. H. Germ, leitesterne. 

Mtteop, A. Sax. latdeop Alfr. Greg. p. 
c. 305. 
liechuiige — leching destr. T. 10223. 
Iieden^ see Paul u. Braune's beitr. 1, 520 

and Kuhn's zeitschr. 23, 112 & 120, 



59 



— li^te (charge) lede fveherej leb. Jes. 
417; ))U last fpre»,J r. s. I (misc. 158); 
(he) let HOM. 1, 111; a. r. 174; (heo) 
l^ded A. R. 162; ledej) aybnb. 50; led 
fimperat) A. r. 40; ne led ous najt in 
t^ vondinge ayenb. 116; fu leddest 
[leaddest] Jul. 32 & 33; (he) ledde hom. 

1, 11; ledde, Mde La?. 5606 & 6565; 
he leadde (ca/rried) an his honde enne 
bo we stronge 1452. 

ledunge hom. 1, 207. 

Isenen — lenen Laj. 31621; st. gen. a. 
EX. 3170; leene **co7nmodare\ Wicl. deu- 
TER. 15, 9; lord ))at lenest us lif p. s. 
153; ant lened f printed leued) his luve 
in liflese schaften Jul. 24; lenj) aybnb. 
6; ge leaned Luke 6, 34; (hi) lenej) 
AYENB. 35; laen [lean] (ivn/perat) La?. 
11494; leninde (part) aybnb. 35; mi 
love is lent and liht on Alisoun spec. 
28. 

Isenien — lene Pall. 3, 810. 

l^nnesse^ A. Sax, l^nnyss ^lpr. gram. 317. 

Iseren — learen [leore] Laj. 15213; leared 
fpre8.J A. R. 64; ler (imper.) misc. 128. 

la»» — heo is afered les te feo eorde hire 
trukie hom. 1, 53. 

lies see leas. 

lessiiige minutio, ayenb. 268. 

Iseste ? 

lesteful? ST. GEN. A. EX. 304. 

Isesten — hu pine sceal a lesten p. l. s. 
Vni, 74*; heo wenden hit scholde lesten 
6 misc. 152; lestej) fpresj misc. 100; 
Will. 5538; lestende fpa/rtj hom. 1, 159. 

iacte, M. L. Germ. lat. 

Isetea — hie pilled here sinnes leten hom. 

2, 27; leoten Jul. 12; teres lete lacrimas 
profundere, Al. L. a 716; hvanne me let 
(mniU) wel to done ayenb. 26; ))6 J)et 
lete J) (relinquish) al fet hi habbej) 165; 
Iset (imper.) Orm. 7619; let hom. 1, 57; 
leted 39; lete pe a pei Jjeos cheste o. a. 
N. 177; leot (pret.) Sax. chron. 255; he 
let make Will. 5532; l^ten Orm. 9821; 
he letten after him sende a. d. 261; 
tpe^en hafde he l^ten . . . cpellen Orm. 
8149. 

lAfeD — leven (m^. leuen) a. d. 243; l§fde 
(pret.) Mat. 22, 25. 



Ixpen^ 0. H. Germ. *gilahan pret. stibj. gi- 
lati. 

la)e ' 

lajeboc, O.Icel lOgbOk. 
lajeleas — la^elease (pi.) hom. 2, 229. 
lajellc, O.Icel. lag-, lOgllgr, — mid lawe- 

llche deden misc. 106. 
lagepls, 0. Icel. lagavlss. 

laje — lage Mat. 7, 12. 

lAjeii — l^we S. b. w. 126. 

lah — heo holded . . . J)et heaved lope a. 
R. 130; lope (pi) pragm. 6; lahere (corn- 
par.) H. M. 27. 

l&ken — laked (part) Orm. 6491. 

Iamb — lambes (gen.) Orm. 7752; ischrud 
mid lombes fleose a. r. %&. 

lame — he cpsed to ]7am lamen Mark 2, 5. 

land — londe (pi.) Laj. 1409; landes Sax. 
chron. 263; londe (dat pi.) Brand. 1. 

landen — a god schup . . . fat him schol- 
de londe in . . . Horn ed. Lum. 753. 

l&ne — lone a. d. 247. 

lang — 8 fote long Mand. 75; fat hir 
hadde holden seven jer long (Germ, siben 
jare lang) s. a. l. 164; lange ic habbe 
child iben p. l. s. VIII, 2; lengur (corn- 
par.) misc. 153; lengust (mperlat) 124. 

langeii — longe misc. 197; to fe me lon- 
ged hom. 1, 197; J)e longed [lange J)] 
after lade spelle Laj. 15808. 

lanke^ 0. H. Germ, hlanca. 

lappen — lappide, wlappide (pret.) Wicl. 
Mat. 27, 59. 

lAre, O.Fris. l^re, Swed. lifera. Ban. laere, — 

lare, Isbre Mark 11, 18 & John 7, 16; 

lare (pi.) hom. 1, 115; l^re Laj. 1014. 

lardeop John 1, 38; larfep hom. 1, 135; 

lordeu hom. 2, 9. 

larke^ 0. Icel. laevirki m., Fbr. 1498. 

lasken — laske Al. L. a 681. 

last hlams — it is no lest for hem Fer. 
459. 

lat — latst tdUmum, Orm. 11765; o last 
hom. 1, 207; Jje laste a. d. 237; a fan 
laste Laj. 26785. 
latrede, A. Sax. laetrsBde, tardus consHio, 

Chauc. C. t. I 718. 
latsum, A. Sax. IsBtsum, tardus, Wicl, 
EXOD. 4, 10. 

latte cathol. 209. 



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lUt — 16J) FRAGM. 6; Feb. 495; loth ^ms 

loht) SPEC. 48 (a. d. 188); fat ia)>e . . 

folc OEM. 8521; lMe(?) pafe] fpl.J La3 
' 4359; ich am him J)d Mere [lojjere] 872 

])at he bie . . . Iddere men hom. 2, 95 

ladlic — ladluker (com/pa/r,) h. m. 25; 
lodlukeste fsu^erhtj a. b. 66. 

15dlTchen make loaOdy^ a. b. 256. 
IM — j)at j)e Sarsins ne dud(e) him loj) 

Feb. 3510. 
lii'lte A. B. 310*; mid muchelere l&de Laj. 

18680. 
leaf — lieaf atenb. 62 ; i falewe so d6J) J)e 

l§f spec. 90; leave, lieave (dat) ayenb. 

1; leaf ('pl.) Mat. 21, 19; leaves a. b. 

322; b6j)e leeves of j)e jate Wicl. judges 

16, 3; Idve /(fe^. pi.) o. A. N. 456. 
lean Angl. 1, 10. 
leas — leas & luti^ ebagm. 6; l&s [les] 

La3. 19235; leaved ])e lease ant la vied 

fe sode Jul. 74. 
leave (m%, leaue) hom. 1, 57; have fu none 

leve to J)e fad /'r. fat) after fe bileved 

(t, bileved) misc. 134. 
leliard see leopard. 
l^de Bee l&de. 

Uden — l§de Pall. 9, 175. 
leggen — leigd (prea.J Luke 14, 29; heo 

leggeod [legge))] Laj. 15822; lege ftmper.) 

LEECHD. 3, 86; thai legge (mbj.J Pall. 

1, 583; laeide fpretj Laj. 7632; leiden 
hom. 1, 101; (ms. lejden) John 20, 13. 

leggere layer; leggeris (of stoon) Wicl. 1 

EsDB. 3, 7. 
m — lie Feb. 2242. 
Wi, A, Sax. leah, M, Z. Germ, loh. Id, 0. H. 

Germ, loh, loch, Iwm»; comp. pudelgi. 
leade — lendene fdat pi.) leechd. 3, 140. 
leod — leoden (pi.) Luke 19, 14; fou lo- 

sest lond & l§de a. d. 120. 

leodbischop, A. Sax. leodbisceop, 0. Icel. 
l^dbisknp. 
leodeD; A. Sax. leodan, lidan Gbein's gloss. 

2, 172 & 182, O.L.Germ. liodan, Golh. 
liudan, 0. H. Germ, liutan, orescere; comp, 
ileoden; deriv. leod. 

leaf — lief Angl. 1, 11; ja, l§ve Havel. 
1880; in his leoves heorte a. b. 400; leo- 
ve fpl) MISC. 178; l^ve f§ren Kath. 1375. 
leofllc — leofllche (a^.) a. b. 306. 



leojen — lie^en Angl. 1, 24; liged fpres.) 

HOM. 2, 131; leghef misc. 36; ofte him 

lied ffads) fe prench a. b. 333; b. s. I 

(misc. 156); lih fimper.) a. b. 336; lije 

(Bubj.) A. B. 142; leh (pret.) a. d. 260; 

we han lowen on Marine a. d. 262. 
liejinge lymg, ayenb. 143. 
leobt — leochtes (gen.) hom. 2, 11; lihte 

(dat. J o. a. N. 366; go bi lihte hom a. 

D. 299. 

lightles lighUess, pb. c. 4729. 
leoht LEECHD. 3, 88; er hit wdre liht spec. 

42; bi lihte daBJe Laj. 6400. 
leohten^ A. Sax. liohtan, — ase fe daei gon 

lihte (r. to. fihten) La?. 28314; liht (m- 

perat) spec. 93. 
lihtnesse (ms. lyhtnesse) spec. 96. 
leome — mines lives leome hom. 1, 191. 
leornien^ A. Sax. liornian, — lernen hom. 

2, 73; leorne (imperat.) a. b. 108; leor- 

niad hom. 1, 117. 
leorning 

leorningcniht, A. Sax. leorningcniht ^lfb. 

GBAM. 304. 

leosen — ihc w6ne fat ihc schal loose fe 

fiss fat ihc wolde cheose Hobn ed. Lum. 

663; l§se, Itise Tbev. 7, 49; luse Feb. 

4469; fo sennen furch wiche me liest 

fo luve of gode misc. 31. 
leofe = love? 
leofiieii = lovien? 
lere see lire. 

lesinge leasing, coTlecth, p. s. 149. 
letten — letted, let (pres.) a. b. 14 & 156. 
le|» see lid. 
lejiij 0. Icel. lidugr. 
lei^ien^ M. H. Germ, ledigen, lidigen. 
l^vea — l§fen fbagm. 7; leve Wicl. exod. 

4, 1; lieven s. a. l. 153; fou livest 

(ms. lynest) (pres) Feb. 1050; (hi) levef 

ayenb. 86; liivef Hobn ed. Lum. 44; 

lef (imper.) Jul. 13; spec. 113; l§fden 

(pret) Luke 24, 41. 
Ihaden see h laden. 
lie — for fi fat tej him sinden spife like 

Obm. 8218. 
lie — lich "corpus"*, John 20, 12; fat lich 

Al. T. 565. 
liehen^ M. H. Germ, lichen, make like, simu- 

lare: camp, atlichen. 



61 



lieken^ related to Gr. Xetxstv, Russ. jtHsarnt, 
Samor, t^HS- Bopp's gloss. 301, — 

lickeden ^pretj leb. Jes. 157. 
ilf, from liven, see Gr. wb. 6, 580, — lif 

& saule HOM. 1, 71; mi leove lif 195; 

life(?) 107; after J)is lifes ende Orm. 

2708; ever tich best J)at lives is a. d. 

240; life rdalj p. l. s. VIH, 12; a live 

aim, Horn ed. Lum. 107; 3ef J)U mote 

t5 live go /"IweJ 97; whefer our to live 

go Trist. 1, 93. 
ligence^ 0, Fr. ligence, Ugeance ; liegeaunce 

Fer. 1270. 
liggen LEECHD. 3, 88; list fpres.J fragm. 6; 

lij) 5 ; al pat to J)e bodi^ lif (pertinet) Orm. 

4608; heo liggeod, ligged La?. 12740 & 

27943; lije fimperatj Laj. 28724; laeig, 

laig fpretj Mark 2, 4 & Luke 5, 25; 

leal, lai Laj. 650 & 28431; J)u Ideje ftm. 

laBie) [leje fms. leye)] 5030; lejen (ma. 

leyen) Havel. 475; l^je [leje] fsubjunct.) 

Laj. 22254. 
lihen 8ee leojen. 
liht — leoht Mat. 11, 30. 
lihten — licten rel. ant. 1, 234; ligten 

ST. GEN. A. EX. 1983; liht fimper.j misc. 

50; SPEC. 58; ))0U lihtest fpretj spec. 73; 

heo lihten of heore steden Laj. 25731. 
lihtnesse hom. 1, 83. 
likien — we him . . . likied [sec. text cpe- 

mef] La3. 26738; fet pe gode likie hom. 

1, 63. 
lim — lime fpl.J leechd. 3, 120; liman, li- 
mes Sax. chron. 253 & 262; leoman hom. 

1, 109; mid alle mine lime misc. 193. 
Itn — in lin(e) spec. 46; comp. breostlln. 
linen — mid linene cMe John 19, 40. 
liunnnge cessation hom. 1, 259. 
lipe see hleap. 
lipnen — lipne J)Ou nOuht td borewinge 

Angl. 4, 198. 
lippe — lippen /plj Fer. 141. 
lippe^ M. JEL, Germ, Itippe, luppe, 0. Dutch 

libbe, lebbe fcoagidumj ; comp. cheslippe. 
lissien — ne lissen heore soruwe s. a. l. 

152. 
Uste — with (h)is bond (h)a wolde j)e jive 

a such 6n on J)e luste fat al fi brein 

scholde clive al aboute (h)is fiiste Fer. 

1900. 



listre^ 0. Fr, litre, Lat. lector, — listere 
"lector"*, PROMPT. 307; listris fpl.J Wicl. 
E. w. 298. 

iid'en — lidan La?. 1202; l^d ffor lad?) 
fpretj 10737; lidede 30725. 

liven — deriv. lif, livien. 

livien^ from liven, — binimed his under- 
linge fat he sholde bi liven hom. 2, 179; 
shalt J)ou never live fGerm. erleben) fat 
dai SPEC. 90; libben, libban hom. 1, 7 & 
109; t5 libbenne Laj. 11775; (he) leofed 
fpres.J Luke 4, 4; (heo) luvied, libbad, 
libbed hom. 1, 53, 115 & 119; libbe)) 
ayenb. 53; J)e libbinde ayenb. 13; lib- 
bendre **vivenUwn*\ Mat. 22, 32; livede 
fpretj hom. 1, 7; livede, leovede s. a. l. 
160; fu livedest hom. 1, 33. 

lif re Fer. 1095. 

lobi, Welsh llabi? 

loc — & dreide his fet mid hire lockan 
John 11, 2. 

lof 

lofsang, 0,H.Germ, lob-, lobesang, — lof- 
song HOM. 1, 5 & 191; loftsong [love- 
sang] Laj. 68. 

lof — on love f? printed lone) aloof? destr. 
T. 1078. 

loftsang see lofsang. 

loke — J)er weoren in ane loken fif hundred 
gaten Laj. 21309. 

Idkien ohservare — fe n^fre nalde Cristes la- 
jen lokien hom. 1,43; to lokienne fbagm. 
8; (heo) lokied fpres.J Laj. 23077. 

los hss, DESTR. T. 5588. 

loupe^ Ir. Gael, lub ? loop, reUnaoulum ? 
loupis fpl.J DESTR. T. 2806. 

loveache see luvestiche. 

loven — to love god Wicl. E. w. 320. 

lovesang see lofsang. 

lovinge inddcatio — loving & 16s destr. T. 
4878; bi lovinge fms. louynge, printed 
lonynge) & bedinge Wicl. E. w. 167. 

luft — mi dojter fat sittef on fe lofte 
Horn ed. Lum. 904. 

Ittften — lifte, lefte fpretj Trbv. 7, 349. 

Uken — to louke inue his holi b6n Al. L. 
c 611; snakes heore ejen ItikeJ) misc. 151. 

Inminen — lumine, limne Trey. 7, 295. 

Imdenisc Londiniensis: Lundenisce men Laj. 
31146. 



62 



lunge Feb. 1095. 

lure DESTR. T. 2244; luren ('pl.) a. e. 298; 

(dut. pi. J H. M. 7. 
luren — loure p. s. 154 (a. d. 106). 
lus — it nas no^t worj) a lous Fee. 439. 
Inssum see lustsum. 

lust — let lust over gon a. d. 290; lustes 
fgen.J a. e. 318; luston **voluptaUbiis'\ 
Luke 8, 14. 

lustful, A.Sa-x. lustfull, — lostvoller /^cotn- 
par.J AYENB. 92. 
lustllche, A. Sax. lustlTce. 
lustsum, A. Sax. lustsum, M.H.Germ. lust- 
sam, lussam, delectalle: lussum lif heo 
ledes SPEC. 34 (a. d. 156); fe lilie is 
lossom to seo spec. 44 (a. d. 164); a 
lussum (lufsum?) lend c. m. 604 (Tbin. 
Coll. ms.). 
Insten — jef fe luste fpres. mbj.J a. d. 

289; )>6 luste him ete misc. 38. 
Int — fese lit pord hom. 2, 105; lute Laj. 
3909; to lite ich habbe an horde misc. 
193. 
Intel — litel Luke 18, 3; J)is lutle . . . 
stucchen reden a. b. 428; lutle luve hi 
beren misc. 42; lutle fpl) a. b. 220. 
lonting inclination deste. T. 661. 
lui^er — ludere fadv.J Jul. 16; him ilomp 
wel ludere [lufre] La3. 2785; ^ef ^i mon 
him lidere dude 4270; fine lu))ere deden 
FEAGM. 8; ludere pordes a. b. 424; lujjre 
[lufere] wrenches misc. 124 & 125; lu- 
derest fsuperlatj Maeh. 18. 
luferllche feagm. 7. 
lure, Goth. lubo. 

lufsum — luf-, luve-, lovesum c. m. 604; 
lofsum (? printed lossum) he is spec. 26 
(a. d. 145); lufsumest (mperlat) Jul. 
13. 

lufsumllke Orm. 1663. 
lovetear tear of love; lovetSres fplj spec. 
70. 
lufestiche^ A. Sax. lufestice, O.Fr. livesche, 
Ital. levistico, Lat. ligusticum, lovage, — 
loveache prompt. 314. 
lufien — luvie misc. 28; he lufed Luke 
7, 5; luved, luvad hom. 1, 19; gif ge 
Infied ))d. )>e eop Infied Luke 6, 32; lo- 
viej) FiSR. 2003; lufe fimperatj Mat. 5, 
43; luve hom. 1, 65; (fu) luvie (mbj.J 



Laj. 14585; 30 luvian hom. 1, 125; lo- 
viinde (part) ayenb. 145; lufode (pret) 
La3. 17027} lufede Luke 7, 47; lufedest 

FEAGM. 6. 

msei — maeig, mai (im. may) Mabk 10, 26 

& John 3, 27; maj leeohd. 3, 104; ne 

maig he tilen him non fode eel. ant. 1, 

210 (misc. 3); mai a. b. 6; kepe fe 3a- 

tes who so mai h. h. 141; mei hom. 1, 

7; J)u maht, miht 17 & 23; (pe) ma3en 

43; mowen Chauc. Boet. 1, 6 (25); mo3e, 

mowe, moun Feb. 321, 2002 & 4996; 

meje (ms. meie), mage (^uhj.) hom. 1, 37 

& 111; muge BEL. ANT. 1, 212 (misc. 6); 

J)et he hit mupe ihoren a. b. 96. 
msel — m&je (ms. maBie) (dat) Laj. 20445; 

m&jes, mejes (ins. mseies, meies) (pi.) Laj. 

5098 & 20812. 
maelden — maeidenes (gen.) Laj. 3202; mei- 

denes a. e. 248; )>am maidene (dat.) Mat. 

14, 11; meidene (pi.) hom. 1, 143. 
msein — magen Mat. 22, 29; meine (dat) 

MISC. 95; maegene (pi.) Mat. 24, 29. 
msene 

mansion — m^nsed, for am^nsed, misc. 
154. 
miene — mono com/plaint, a. d. 247; Feb. 

910. 
msenen — menan hom. 1, 111; he fe me- 

nej) (commiserates) misc. 116; men (im/per.) 

HOM. 1, 17. 
mftr — m&re (m^. mare) (pi.) Laj. 31220. 
msere see mere. 
msesse — messen (pi.) ayenb. 31. 

massepreost Laj. 29872. 
miessien^ A. Sax. msBssian, say mass; messed 

(pres.) A. B. 268. 
msete — J)ei wepen stille ant mete spec. 85. 
mk^ — m0,ges (pi.) Luke 8, 56; m%en 

(dat pi.) 21, 16. 
miije^ A. Sax. maga Schmidts gloss., ^ofow«; 

comp. unma3e. 
mail see malle. 
meineal Teey. 7, 413. 
makere^ 0. S. Germ, machare. 
makien — he maked (pres.) a. e. 224; 

makie (stibj.) Laj. 5880; makode (pret.) 

Laj. 1795. 
maklnge^ 0.n.Germ. machunga. 
malle Wigl. E. w. 351; mail Feb. 4653. 



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maiij Sanser. M^4f\i ^^ Paul u. Bbaune's 

BEiTR. 7, 450, — what mai man vinden 
La3. 15888; gef der is nO man f nemo J 
REL. AXT. 1, 223 (misc. 21); mannes, 
monnes fgen.J hom. 1, 97; men ^datj Mat. 
7, 26; man p. l. s. VIII, 10; manne 
LEECHD. 3, 84; men /"for man) shal of 
(h)is 6wen galle shenchen him rel. ant. 

1, 113 (a. d. 294); me mihte bihalden 
Laj. 26315; me him wijjnim]? ayenb. 17; 
monna fgen. plj hom. 1, 91; manne hom. 

2, 19; to manne frame rel. ant. 1, 209 
(misc. 2); ofre manne ping ayenb. 11; 
monne Laj. 639; monnam, mannan, mon- 
nan fdat. pl.j hom. 1, 111 & 231; man- 
nan, mannen Mat. 5, 13 & John 17, 6; 
manne leechd. 3, 100. 

manrgd = manreden? Sax. chron. 261 
& 265. 

manslajjje, for manslaje, ayenb. 8; man- 
sle3))e Shoreh. 152. 
manace see menace. 
mane Fer. 244. 
mang — he com a mong us hom. 1, 19; 

a mong manne o. a. n. 563; Floriz sijte 

& weop a mong Fl. a. Bl. 431. 
mangen — monge? spec. 34 & 52. 
mangfr^ Fr. mangeoire, manger, Wicl. E. w. 

435. 
mangere Mat. 13, 45; comp. fischmanger. 
manl) — mani st. gen. a. ex. 696; monies 

riches monnes sune Laj. 28932; manie 

fpl.J hom. 2, 27; monie spec. 48. 
manige^ see zeitschr. 19, 425, — manege 

Luke 8, 40. 
manBa — manne hom. 2, 99. 
manne — monnan fpl.J hom. 1, 109; /"gen. 

pl.J 97. 
mareis^ 0. Fr. marois, mares, — mares a- 

yenb. 250. 
martir — martiren f^dat. plj hom. 1, 239. 
maselbi l. n. f. 219. 
masom — machiines [machiins] fplj Laj. 

15478. 
mate Feb. 1372. 
matte Trev. 7, 379. 
m&pen — mdpen hom. 1, 137; mo wen misc. 

10^8. 
me — me selve Fl. a. Bl. 146; me, mi 

Havel. 2204 & 2576. 



me see man. 

meaht — comp. unmaht. 

meahtj A. Sax. mieht, mjht, meht, maeht, — 

mehte, mihte hom. 1, 113; mihte fpl.J 

HOM. 1, 47; mihtes a. r. 298; mahtes 

Orm. 4936; mihta fyen. pl.J hom. 1, 101; 

aire mahte r6te Orm. 4976; mehten, 

mihten /"dat. pl.J Laj. 23016 & 28701; 

mihten a. r. 134. 
mihtinesse mightiness, s. a. l. 83. 
mear)^ Ems. Moart. 
mearke — marce Laj. 4229. 
mearkien — markian hom. 1, 127. 
meble see moehle. 
mede^ Gr. fiefto, Sanser. TfV n. Bopp's 

GLOSS. 256. ^ 

m^de 

medjeorn — medjern fms. -iern) hom. 1, 
175. 
mede — mede, mMwe leg. 200 & 201 ; 

mode we fgen.J misc. 93; medes fpl.J misc. 

108. 
m^den — mede destr. T. 5124. 
melle see malle. 
melten — melte, multe Trev. 7, 355; hit 

melt (pres.J hom. 1, 159. 
memorie, O.Fr. memorie, a. d. 263; Al. 

L. A 53. 
menace^ 0. Fr. manace, — manace pr. c. 

4350. 
mene^ for demene? destr. T. 1750. 
mengen — menge)) f pres.J a. d. 252. 
menisdn — menisoun Langl. b 16, 111. 
meoc — meoke & milde men Orm. 3606. 

meocllche — mukli Fer. 1945. 
mere bestr. T. 10924; he wende to fan 

mere Laj. 21833. 
merren — merren, mearren (pres. subj.J Jul. 

34 & 35. 
mes- 

mesaise want of ease. 
met — mete fdatj Chauc. C. t. i 799, 
mete — hui wenden to heore mete s. a. l. 

153. 

meteniping, 0. leel. matnldingr. 
meten — je meted fpresj hom. 1, 137. 
m^ten — he igon mete freo cnihtes Lai. 

18127; wher mette ^e ou a. d. 259; hi 

metten wijj Ailmar king Horn ed. Lum. 

155. 



64 



mid — and lai mid [sec. text bi] me seol- 
von Laj. 25926; vailed a dun mid J)eos 
gretunge a. r. 32; li6m rod Ailmar J)e 
king and mid him his funding Horn ed. 
LuM. 220; mit te 628; schenk us mid 
j)e furste Horn ed. Horstm. 1154; fou 
art mid childe a. d. 259; fe povere alle 
mid idone fadded thereto?) s. a. l. 153; 
fifti mid idone l. n. f. 222; mid(?) John 
21, 3. 
midliggunge conouhttus, hom. 2, 13. 

mid — in J)e midde scheld Will. 3605; 
his bodi tobarst o mid ^for midde) hep- 
pes Marh. 10. 

midsumer — missomer leg. 85. 
midsumerdsei Sax. chron. 259. 
midpinter 
midpinterdaei Sax. chron. 266. 

midde — fset pif stod J)^r on middes /"ear- 
lier text middan) John 8, 9. 
middepard, A. Sax. middepeard, medms: 
. inne middeparde fms. middeparde) helle 

HOM. 1, 43. 
middel — on heora middele "in medio eo- 

rum\ Mark 9, 36. 
middemiste (ms. -myste) midmost^ leechd. 

3, 112. 
migge — migga leechd. 3, 132. 
milde 

mildeh^de clemenUa, ayenb. 133. 
min — min seorupe fragm. 6; mi hiaford 

Mat. 24, 48; mi lare John 7, 16; mi 

soule A. R. 134; mine lustes brune 318; 

mine wives Havel. 698; minre, mire 

fgen. f.J Luke 14, 24 & 15, 12; fu ert 

mire soule liht hom. 1, 191; minan fdat. 

m.J John 16, 26; minan fdat. pl.J Luke 

1, 44; in alle mine neoden hom. 1, 205. 
mis^ from mifen? see Paul u. Braune's 

BEiTR. 7, 173, — he dude a mis leg. 

14. 

misgang trespass — misgong s. a. l. 163. 

mishap — mishep a. r. 180. 

mishopien despera/re; mishopie fpres.J hom. 
1, 213. 

mislSve impietas, hom. 2, 73. 

misllkunge — misllking spec. 72 ; pr. c. 
9028. 

miswenden — miswent fpartj Fer. 1963. 
misseD — (je) misse fpres. subj.J misc. 40. 



mite^ M. L. Germ, mite, — for ... i nolde 

n6^t jive a mite Fer. 1579. 
mitred mitred. Da v. dr. 79. 
mix^ 0. H. Germ, mist, Goth, maihstus, — 

mixes vHe men, misc. 140. 
m6d — mode fdat.J o. a. n. 661; )>u wol- 

dest boon of ofer mode misc. 84. 
mdd see mUd. 
mdder Mat. 12, 46; moder fgen.) La?. 

11058. 
mddi^nesse — prude and mCdinesse misc. 

74. 
moeble — meble s. a. l. 48. 
mo)en see mujen. 

moi^dn^ O.Fr. moisOn, muison, msnsio, rbl. 
. ANT. 1, 192; muisones, musOns fpL) 

Langl. 10, 172 (11, 128). 
molde Fer. 361. 
molde Fer. 4939. 
mdned*^ A. Sax. mSnod, Luke 1, 36; XII 

moned hom. 1, 33. 
mdr — mores fpl.) p. s. 70. 

morlond, A. Sax. morland, moor-land, f? ms. 
more lend) st. gen. a. ex. 2968. 
moreii — hure love is mored on fe ful 

vaste Fer. 2834. 
moreii see moreen. 
mor)en — a morjen (m8er3e, mserwe, marwe) 

Laj. 1694, 18474, 20019 & 26854; bi 

J)e morgheu (moreghen) misc. 33; a fe 

marjen hom. 1, 79; a morwe Will. 1296. 

morjenllht — morewelT^t Wicl. 1 kings 
25, 34. 

morenmilk, Germ, morgenmilch, spec. 36. 

morjentid — morwetid Fer. 2895. 
mord* — ))e a morde wes aqvald Laj. 31450. 
mdste — moste, mftste hom. 1, 9 & 27. 
mdt — ])at meidene m5t the assembly of 

maidens, E[ath. 2458; wormes holdej) here 

m6t A. D. 237. 
mache — muche wes J)e sore we p. s. 193. 
muchel — michelen fdat. m.) Luke 21, 27; 

mid michelere stefne Luke 19, 37; mi- 

chelere stefne **voce magna^*, 4, 33; of 

hire micle sllfe Orm. 2634. 
miien^ Fr. muer, mew; imuwed (part) Fer. 

1738. 
mikje — miighe cathol. 245. 
mu)en — moje ayenb. 21; mahte, mihte, 

michte (pret) hom. 1, 33 & 161; michte 



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MISC. 27; michte (printed mithte), micte 
fprmM mitte) Laj. 9352 & 24673; mouch- 
te Havel. 147; heo mihten fragm. 6. 

mukrere aemmulator? — mokereres fplj 
Chauc. Boet. 2, 5 (45). 

miile — muile leg. 95. 

mund — he wende toward Bruges . . . wij) 
swijje gret(e) mounde p. s. 189. 

munde "Will. 4123; for his fader munde 
[minde] **pro patris memoria*, Trev. 7, 
315. 

mongen see munogen. 

manien — mene destr. T. 1799. 

munnen see mimien. 

munt — miiiit, mont Mat. 14, 23 & John 
6, 3; mont hom. 1, 87; munte fdat.J 
HOM. 1, 5. 

mountance^ 0. Fr. montance, amount. Will. 
2391. 

munten — mede i mot munten p. s. 151. 

mur^e^ murghe, A. Sax. myrg(?), laetitia. Fee. 
3350 & 3440. 

murje fms. murie) fragm. 7. 

murne, O.K. Germ, morna, maeror? mourne 
i make a. d. 251. 

murnen^ see F. Kluge's beitr. 144, — 
murnende (part.) Lai. 18183. 

murnunge — mourning spec. 54; morning 
Will. 746. 

murdren — imurdred fpart.J a. r. 244. 

niiis^ Gr. |ii5c, Russ. Mumhf., Sansor. TfEfW 
m., — muis fpl.J Trev. 7, 297. ^ 

musen — muse pr. c. 6266. 

inut(e)^ 0. Fr. mute, muete, meute, a pack 
of hounds. Will. 2192. 

miid* — miidh misc. 30. 

moulj Ban. mul, Swed. mogel n. 

naddre — neddre fgen.J a. r. 222; on 
neddre liche hom. 2, 59; naeddren face.) 
Mat. 7, 10; neddren, neddre fpl.) hom. 
1, 43 & 53. 

nseh see neh. 

naht^ A. Sax. naeht, neht, nyht, — naht 
HOM. 1, 57; niht & dai h. m. 15; nicht 
misc. 27; nict Horn ed. Horstm. 131 
nihtes fgen.J hom. 1, 7; niht fpl.J a. r 
278; sefen naht Orm. 545; nahtes 1901 
nihtes o. a. n. 523; nihte fgen. pl.J Laj 
4506; s(e)ove nihte blisse hom. 2, 169 
nihten, nihte fdat. pl.J Laj. 5457 & 11929. 



naked — ])ai sterte al nakede til hure Feb. 

2436. ^_^^ 

name^ Lat. nomen, Samrnr. w\\^ n., — 
name Luke 1, 5; naman fdat.J Mat. 5, 
25; nomen facc.J Laj. 7125; namen, no- 
men, noma [names] fpl.J Lai. 1802, 2067 
& 29417; nomen a. r. 204; names hom. 
2, 91. 

namecud — namecouj) Al. L. a 44; 

nomekouth destr. T. 2630. 

nam — nara Mat. 7, 14; Jjset narepe geat 

7, 13; )>ene nserepne pei p. l. s. Vni, 

171* 

nase^ Btiss. nocnb m., destr. T. 911; neose, 

nesa hom. 1, 23 & 127. 
naturel 

naturelllche naturally, misc. 30. 
nayele leg. 164. 

ne — nCht ne p^re he fanne god Orm. 

11637; nich = ne ich, John 18, 17; 

ne m^re fragm. 7; ne beo j)e farm ne 

ffor na?) so smel misc. 151. 

na — fet he ne mihte nS, east n^ pest 

Sax. chron. 260; namm§,re [earlier text 

n§, mare] Mark 15, 5; nis it no so 

derne idon p. l. s. Vm, 39; betere is 

J)o )>ene no "melius est tunc qvam nun- 

qyam*\ a. r. 340; no [neo] d§ les 

Kath. 1023; nai Marh. 18. 

n^n — nto ffor nan) man Luke 10, 22; 

nanun fdat. m.J Luke 4, 26; ndre fdat. 

f.J MISC. 56; none face. f.J misc. 49. 

n^nij — nenig fms. nengi) lebchd. 3, 98. 

n&,wiht — nSwicht fm^. nowicth), nduht 

fm^. nouth) Havel. 97 & 249; nacht, 

nocht misc. 27 & 28; nk^i ayenb. 18. 

ne — pei pe it nusten ne isljen p. ii. s. 

Vni, 51; ne dei ne niht hom. 1, 43. 
nead — need Mat. 18, 7; neode face.J Mat. 
14, 16; niede Angl. 1, 23; neode fpl.J 

FRAGM. 8. 

nedlTche Al. V. 116. 
n^dlunge see n^dunge. 
neat — neet fpl.J Pall. 1, 506. 
neb Al. L. c 514; neb, nebbe Erc. 439; 

nebbes fpl.) Laj. 4163. 
neden — neded fpres.) a. r. 72; rel. ant. 

1, 213 (misc. 7). 
n^dle — anre nedle eage Luke 18, 25; 

nelde Pall. 1, 602. 

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M6h> A. Sax. nth zbitschr. 21, 18, — neoh 
Luke 19, 11; & IMde after him neih 
fan fferej al his ofspreng hom. 2, 33; hit 
eode hire herte swife neih [n^ij] it touched 
her heart, c. l. 320; ner, O.Icel. ngfer, for 
li§h. Ohm. 9638; nest (mperl.) h. m. 23. 

n^keii — neijede (^et) Wicl. Mat. 8, 5. 

nljen «^^ hnejen. 

liemleli — nemeld(e) (fret) st. gen. a. ex. 
3533. 

henmeii — nemmen a. r. 316; nem fimper.) 
A. ». 398; nemne fsyhjunet.) a. r. 340; 
nemde fpretj misc. 53; nemned [v. r. 
named] (fo/rt.) "Wicl. Hebr. 3, 13. 

n^re, Gr. vecppoc, — ndres (pi.) p. p. 1, 264. 

nest — nestes (pi.) a. r. 132. 

BCTC, A.Sasa. neofa zeitschr. 21, 28. 

nepe 

newfangel S. b. w. 35. 
nep3§r wm? ^^^ajr; nep^eres da^ new year's 
day, Orm. 4230. 

nepen — newe p. s. 246. 

•lee AYENB. 59. 

nijen — nie finges a. r. 326; knijtes ne- 

3ene Fer. 2720; nene destr. T. 2638. 

ni^entene — ne^entene Fer. 2699. 
nilnel 

nemli nimbly, destr. T. 10940. 
nimen Sax. chron. 254; nime leechd. 3, 

96; niman, neoman hom. 1, 17 & 29; 

nemen John 6, 21; he nimj) fane dia)) 

AYENB. 30; nim (imperat.) a. r. 324; 

numed hom. 1, 75; nam (pret.) Fer. 257; 

J)e admiral hire nam tO qvene Fl. a. Bl. 

791; nom hom. 1, 81; aTenb. 45; (fu) 

nolne misc. 139; Horn ed. Lum. 1173; 

|?e nomen hom. 1, 59; nume (pa/rt.) 2, 59. 

Did* 

nidful — furh nidfulne craft Laj. 10219; 
J)e nidfuUe (pi.) p. l. s. VIII, 138*. 
nijiemest Fer. 3257. 
nift'en — ge sint nydene ("de deormm**) 

John 8, 23. 
nid'er 

neoderstienge descent, hom. 2, 111. 

niderpard — netherward destr. T. 7717. 
ni^re^ 0. Icel nedri, — a nider(e) helle 

grunde hom. 2, 229; fare nider(e) helde 

230. 
Hitting — nifinge (dat.) misc. 30. 



niyelen^ Fr. (re)nifler. 

ii«htnnge — nouhtunge a. r. 426. 

ndn — ^r none Laj. 17063. 

nortt* 

nordeast nort^-east. Sax. chron. 249. 
nortt'erne — a norferne wind leg. 165. 
note 

noteful Wicl. E. w. 343. 
note — a note of fe nihtegale spec. 26. 
nduhtij from nouht, naughby: men . . . fat 

n§di ben and noujti [najti] Langl. b 6, 

226 (ed. Wr. 4245). 
noule see navele. 
nounpeer^ nompere, O.Fr. nonper? s. a. l. 

210; noumpere Wicl. prol. Kom. (4, 

302). 
nourij O.Fr. nouri, nubritm. Will. 1511; 

nori Trev. 7, 379. 
nn Havel. 2421; nu fen misc. 85; & a- 

risen nu (a)n 6n a. r. 270; ich beo nu 

(a)n an (m^. nunan) ilaht Jul. 72. 
nnmen see nimen. 

nunne — nonne (dat. pi.) p. l. s. IX, 149. 
nikten — nutten (pi.) hom. 2, 25. 
nutte^ M.L.Oerm. nutte, O.Icel. njt f. 
of — fat . . . kun fe we beod of [ove] 

icomene La5. 451; of live i wolde be a. 

D. 252; fat ever wes mad of blod(e) ant 

bon(e) SPEC 33; fe king of fam londe 

HOM. 1, 87; hi neren aferede of n^ne 

licamliche pinunge 97; men beof of fe 

pel sore ofdrad o. a^ n. 1150; for love 

of me SPEC. 69 ; of love he wes ful trewe 

91; & fret of fe 6dres earen hom. 1, 

251; (h)is heved of to smite to smite off 

his head, a. d. 130; fe he speed ofe (ms. 

offe) HOM. 2, 93. 

of^sken — of§.xen Al. L. a 362. 

offeren — of-, affeare (pres. mbj.) Jul. 
12 & 13; offered (part.) pragm. 7. 

ofgon — ofgon (part.) a. r. 386. 

ofhungren — offingred (part.) a. r. 404. 

ofsaken — (heo) ofsoke (pret.) leg. 97. 

ofseon conspicere — oifeej (pret.) Per. 
3739. 

offunchen — offinche Horn ed. Lum. 
106; offenched (pres.) Angl. 1, 7; of- 
finchef misc. 58; offiihte (pret.) hom. 
1, 157. 

offunchung a. r. 110. 



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of see 5d. 
•fen 8ee oven. 

ofer — J)e heolia gast pes isejen . . . ofer 
Crist(e) hom. 1, 93; ich holde her hetel 
speord over fin heaved a. b. 400; J)a 
pes hit cud over al pe burh hom. 1, 3; 
he is lovird ovir lif misc. 105; let lust 
over gan a. b. 118; J)d let Ubbe al his 
care and al his sorwe over fare HAVEii. 
2063. 
overbiden — J)e fader mai bofe overbide 

Angl. 4, 198. 
ofergangen — fanne sal pi child J?i for- 

bod overgangin misc. 129. 
overheren, A. Sax. oferheran, M. H. Germ. 

tiberhceren, negligere; overher(e)d ('part.) 

LEG. 17. 

overleden, A. Sax. oferl^dan Blickl. hom. 
203, — overlede /pres. mbj.J Pall. 10, 
101. 
overliggon, M. H. Germ, tiberligen, mper- 
jacere, — in hire slep(e) pat o womman 
her owen child overlai S. c. d. j. 35. 
ofermete fbagm. 7. 
overmod — ich wes to overmod Angl. 

3, 279. 
overrode overread, perlegere, s. a. l. 81. 
overseen — oversejen fpret.J La?. 1946. 
overwrihen, A. Sax. oferprihan zeitschb. 
21, 25, — overwrie Pall. 1, 143. 
•ft _ oft, ofte HOM. 1, 109 & 147; ofte 
BEL. ANT. 1, 214 (misc. 8); ofter fcom- 
par.J HOM. 1, 43. 
•istre see ostire. 
oker — feih J)et he jived ... to okere a. 

B. 326. 
olm^ O.Icel. olmr, saevm, ferox: Giwes we- 
ron . . . olme and of lu))ere chere s. a. 
L. 152. 
•of see owef, under an. 
•pen — ope o. a. n. 168. 

openllc — openlTke fadv.J Obm. 2316; 
opellche a. d. 263. 
•penien — ase fe eje opened fse aperitj a. 

B. 94. 
openunge^ A. Sax. openung. 
•r- 

oraet (orsete?), Swed. orate Rietz, sv. 

DIAL. LEXIK. 490. 

orrafnesse perplexity, Obm. 3145. 



•ratorie^ 0. Fr. oratoire, ora4»ry, s. a. lu 
227. 

ordin^ — ordine, ordene Chauc. Bobt. 3, 
12 (102). 

•rnen^ O.Icel. orna fcalefacere, cdlefierij, Swed. 
orna fcalefieri, putrefieri, langvescerej : if 
Elinus . . . ournes for ferde destb. T. 
2540; we have ournit him 4857. 

off — of (= 6d?) se ciaj) drige beon (r. 
beo) LEECHD. 3, 90; & J)er abide of 
all(e) his jeferen pere jegadered hom. I, 
231. 

offer — fis ofer dai Bband. 25; p%, com 
J)er an oder sorje Laj. 31807; ah al heo 
fohten oder 5429; odre monnes sunnen 
A. B. 108; odren fdat. m.j Mat. 6, 24 j 
oferne face. m.J Feb. 995; ofre (pi J o. 
A. N. 1593. 
oderllche — operluker fcompar.J misc. 63. 

offffer^ A. Sax. odde? cmp. M.H.Germ. oder, 

aut, LEECHD. v3, 100. 

ournen see ornen. 

oven, 0. Icel. ogn, Gr. tTCvoc, see Paul jj. 
Beaune's beitb. 7, 433, — ovene (datj 
Chauc. C. t. i 856. 
oxe, 0. Icel. uxi, Sanscr. \3Ql|. 
paien — ipaied fpartj a. b. 124. 
paienie, O.Fr. paienie, pagan country, Feb. 

761. 
painime misc. 28. 
palesie see paralisie. 
pampren — fou pamprest (pres.) Angl. 3, 

287. 
panetrie a. d. 259. 

pantere, 0. Fr. pantiere, **laqveus» pedica*\ 
pbompt. 381; foules . . . fat of fe pan- 
ter and fe net been (e)scaped Chauc. l. 
G. w. 131. 
paradis — in paradise misc. 50. 
park see pare. 

parsnepe parsnip. Pall. 10, 158. 
pa)» — pedes (pl.J hom. 2, 129. 
pafferen! padered (v. r. puderes) (pres. J a. 

B. 214. 
pautener Feb. 859. 

peddare — pedderis (pl.J Wicl. E. w. 12. 
peiren — peire Pall. 10, 28. 
pening — panewes (pl.J Laj. 14684. 
per 

perfornen — parfornie Feb. 2894. 



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pere Feb. 5722. 

perc — oppon ech pere "p^i stent a tour 

Fee. 1684. 
pert — a pert man destb. T. 1462. 

pertli DESTB. T. 1033. 
pertnes pertnesa, destb. T. 9205. 
pes6j A, Sax. piose, — peose a. d. 243 ; 

pise Feb. 5847. 
Peter Peter; Petres bourh Peterhor<mgK spec. 

88. 
pic — pikes fplj Feb. 4647. 
piccheB — pijte fpretj Teev. 7, 349. 
pich MISC. 149. 

pie, /r. pige, Gael, pighe. 

piked — pikede fpl.J misc. 73; l. n. f. 506. 

pikelj M. L. Germ, pekel f. 

pil^ Lat. pilus, pile, peel: pil and pij) Angl. 

2, 247. 
pil — piles (printed piles) (da/rtsj on ile 

FBAGM. 8. 

pilien — t6 J)an handan pe fset fell of py- 

lej) LEECHD. 3, 114. 

pilkeiij Ital. piluccare ? — pileken a. e. 

84; heo pelkej)? a. d. 110. 
pilonr — pilours fpl.J destb. T. 12862. 
pine p. L. s. Yin, 68; pinen fpl.J hom. 1, 

43; A. B. 134; ayenb. 130; pinan fdat. 

pi. J HOM. 1, 43. 

pinful — J?is pinful(l)e gin Kath. 1980. 
pingen see pungen. 
pinien fbaom. 8; pini ayenb. 130. 
pipe — a barel or a pipe Pall. 2, 381. 
piping piping, Laj. 5110*. 
pistle^ for epistle, a. b. 350. 
pit^ — piete spec. 89. 
plaje pugna — plawe leg. 13; at ])3,re 

plawe L. N. F. 217. 
plcje — senne muchelne plsBje Laj. 15554; 

pleje fms. pleie) hom. 1, 193. 
plejien — 30 J)et plejed fhave intercotf/rsefj 

mit te porlde a. b. 76; pl(e)o3eden fpret.J 

HOM. 1, 7. 
plleelien = plucken? — & plijte him of 

(h)is sadel Feb. 3029. 
pllhten — plijte Feb. 1281; (heo) plicten 

fpret.J Laj. 5543. 
pliliti^ O.Dutch plichtigh, M. ff. Germ, phlih- 

tic, noxius: plighti c. m. 26842. 
plod^ Ir. Gael, plod, palm: plodde fdat J 

Bob. 536. 



ploli — plouh, plou3 Al. L. c (T.) 11. 
pldme^ L.Germ. plume, prume, Lat. prunum. 
pobel — publes fpl.J s. a. l. 158. 
pore s. A. L. 156. 
poTraille see pouraille — poraile Will. 

5123. 
pdvernesse poorness, misc. 75. 
poverty c. L. 854; l. n. f. 217. 
prancen prance, Gow. 3, 41 ; prauncede fpret.J 

Fee. 5341. 
praten^ Swed. prata. 
pr^clien^ A. Sax. predician. 
precliinge preaching, misc. 56; ayenb. 191. 

prei^re — pre^ere Al. V. 304. 

prengen — Eichard preinte (h)is ejo fwinkedj 

oppon . . . Feb. 4507. 
preost — pruest p. s. 159. 
prikien — prikiende fpa/rt.J fbagm. 8. 
priknnge pricking; prikiunge a. b. 234. 
priour Langl. ed. Wb. 2813. 
pris — he berf fat pris misc. 98. 
prison — prisoun f prisoner J Will. 1251; 

of pristine Laj. 1016*. 
pro- 

progenie, 0. Fr. progenie, s. a. l. 145. 

purpris, 0. Fr. porpris, purprise, a. d. 
236. 
prokien — prokie fpres. suhj.J a. b. 238. 
proknnge sUmulatio; prokiunge a. b. 266. 
proven — prove f'^prohet" J ech man him 

selven hom. 1, 93. 
prad HOM. 1, 43; prtit Hobn ed. Lum. 

1389; pruttere fcompa/r.J misc. 193; 

pruttest fsuperlat.J Laj. 20870. 
prikde — prute misc. 95; prede 33. 
prdden — iprud ornatm, Kath. 1460. 
psalm 

salmsong fbagm. 6. 
pule — pule, pile Tbev. 7, 421. 
pnlten a. b. 366; pulte fpret.J Feb. 774. 
pnltnnge ptdtatio? a. b. 366. 
pnnd — pundes fpl.J fbagm. 6. 
pnnden — orf to puinde l. n. f. 215. 
pungen ping — pinge Fee. 1248 & 2430; 

he pu(n)gde him ofer fe brigge Hobn ed. 

HOBSTM. 1117. 

purpre — purpre & pal he droh a. d. 245. 
put — putte fdat.) a. b. 116. 
puten — put in . . . ))i sweord misc. 43. 
qvarr^ Feb. 1072. 



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qverele — qvereles ('pl.) ayenb. 83. 

qvert — in qverte Feb. 325. 

qvite (qvite?) Fl. a. Bl. 724. 

ra — roo spec. 102. 

Rabit == Arabit, Guy ed. Zup. 10955. 

racke see rakke — at racke & at manger 

WiCL. E. w. 435. 
rsechen^ A. Sax. mcean, — rseche fpres.J 

John 13, 26. 
raed — hit J)ulite him swide hard raed ffate) 

La3. 8164; reuthful is mi red a. d. 247; 

reed S. b. w. 118; he wes redes ful Laj. 

12&; hpat seal us to rede what shall help 

m, HOM. 1, 165; if we . . . doj) al bi 

his rede misc. 37. 

rsedleas, A. Sax. rsedleas, O.H.Germ. rate- 
los, — redles Will. 2915. 
r«d — comp. latrede. 
r»den — reden, readen hom. 1, 37 & 115; 

(he) read fpres.) h. m. 9; rsed (imperat) 

LAi. 18718. 
r«di — redie (pl.) hom. 2, 191. 
rsefter — rafters, refters (pl.) Teev. 7, 349. 
rah see hreoh. 
rameii — Brutus him rsemde [remde] to 

La3. 682. 
raren — rered (part.) p. s. 249. 
resell — r^sde (pret) Laj. 763. 
raf, 0. Fr. raffe, raff, **purgamenta\ Pall. 

1, 827. 
ragea — plejen ant rage a. d. 237. 
raisen — reise (imper.) spec. 100. 
rakente 

rakenteje — raketejen (7ns. -teien) (pl.) 
LEG. 162. 

ramen — into fe toun he moste rome Al. 

L. c 290. 
Rameseje^ A. Sax. Bammes ege. 
ranken grow rank? er hit ronke in rote 

Angl. 4, 193. 
rap — rop Fee. 2902; roop Teev. 7, 423; 

rapes (pl.) Laj. 1099. 
rappen — rappe a doune Langl. c 2, 91. 
rafiiiour^ Lat. rapinator, — ravenour Teev. 

7, 445. 
r&pe — a r0,we Fee. 4605; on ^ rowe 

SPEC. 35; bi re we Da v. de. 31. 
raxen — raske h. s. 4282. 
re- 

remanant Fee. 3273. 



remcmbren Chauc. C. t. i 1063. 

repele repeal? J)er mai no man J)is doom 
repele Angl. 2, 243. 

resurreccioun Beand. 17. 
read — reed Wicl. genes. 38, 27; reades 

(gen. m) a. e. 402; reade (dat. n.) feagm. 

6; rsede [rede] (pl) La?. 1890. 
readnessCj A. Sax. readness. 
reamen see r^bmen. 
rea?eii — reveden (pret) misc. 151; reved 

(part.) Wicl. Jeeem. 50, 37. 
recchcn — he recte (printed rette) heom \% 

get odor bispell Mat. 13, 31. 
recchen see rechen. 
rechea — recchen (recchen ?) misc. 82 ; 

whan so hit recche (r. w. fecche) Hoen 

ED. Lum. 352; fe nefre . . . nanes godcs 

ne rohte hom. 1, 9. 
red see hrad. 

r^den — redef (pres.) Oem. 17286. 
r^dere, A. Sax. rsedere ^lfe. geam. 299. 
redunge t— on rsedinge feagm. 1. 
rein — rsein Laj. 19745; a reines drope 

p. L. s. XVII, 369. 

reindrope, M. IT. Germ, regentrophe, drop 
of rain, S. b. w. 11. 
reinen — reine hom. 2, 99. 
reines^ Lat. renes, — renis lebchd. 3, 140. 
reken — fe jailer fan ))iderward gan to 

reke Fee. 1249; rak (pret.) 2177. 
rekeneii — rekeni misc. 193; rekene Wicl. 

Mat. 18, 24. 
rennen — eorned and eaerneCd) Laj. 6138. 
rente — rentes (pl.) Sax. cheon. 263. 
resten — he fat reste him on fe rode 

SPEC. 52. 
restif^ 0. Fr. restif, restive. Pall. 10, 73. 
reule^ 0. Fr. reule, riule, — riulen (pl.J a. 

E. 428. 
riche — riches (gen. m.) Laj. 28932; fine 

riche clofes a. d. 238; ricchest (superl.) 

misc. 96. 

richellche — rich(e)lier (compar.) Will. 
1934. 
riche — riche, richen (pl.) La3. 5396 & 

7899. 
richen — riche Will. 3014. 
ridel, O.Fr. ridel (rideau). Fee. 2537. 
riden — ridan hom. 1, 5; ridaen feagm. 6; 

hi leten fat schup ride Hoen ed. Lxjm. 



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136; he ride)? (pre%.) p. s. 222; rit h. 

M. 11; rid A. D. 250; rid (imper.J Laj. 

26551; rad fpretj hom. 1, 5; r^d, r^d 

[rod] Laj. 7240 & 19516; fai riden 

Feb. 1548. 
rldere — ridaeres [ridares] fplj Laj. 19860. 
riding riding: ridinges fplj Orm. 9213; 

AYENB. 24. 

riht — richt misc. 33; Jacob dus him bi- 

mened o rigt st. gen. a. ex. 2226; 

rihtne face. m,J Laj. 4768; riht bijeten 

ahte Obm. 1645. 

rihtful 
rijtvollTche rightftdly, ayenb. 196. 
rihtfulnesse spec. 53. 

rihtwisnesse Laj. 6554. 
rihten^ O.Icel. retta, corrigere, — to rihten 

fms. rihhtenn) here lif Orm. 18148. 
rinde 

rindleas toi^ut rind, a. r. 150. 
rinnen — eorne, urne o. a. n. 638; ron 

(pret) Al. V. 404; earn Luke 15, 20; 

J)at blod orn a dun misc. 42; (fai) runne 

Feb. 2438; urnen hom. 1, 3; hom. 2, 39. 
rip 

ripman — repman S. b. w. 246. 
ripelen^ M. L. Germ, repelen, M. H. Germ. 

rifeln, ripple, radere: he repulde his face 

Guy ED. Zup. 9617. 
ripen^ Swed. ripa, repa Rietz, sv. dial. 

LEXiK. 535, 0. IhUch M. L. Germ, repen, 

rvp (reap). 
ripen — rope (pa/rt.) Pall. 10, 127. 
risel 9ee hrusel. 
risen — ras (pret) Orm. 2741; risen (pa/rt) 

Orm. 11552. 
ritten — J?at hure haberkes ritte Fer. 5030. 
riv^e — river Fer. 3967. 
rixlien — rixles (pres) destr. T. 2726. 
rd misc. 148. 

rooles SPEC. 42. 
roinouSj 0. Fr. roigneus (rogneux),^ Langl. 

ED. Wr. 14091. 
Ramanise — ]7e Eomanishe king Orm. 8327. 
r«mant — romanz (pi.) spec. 34. 
Rdme 

Romeburh Obm. 7010. 

Romerlche Obm. 8305. 
rose 

rosered Horn bd. Lum. 16. 



rdsten — roste p. s. 191. 

rotien fragm. 7; rotie misc. 92. 

r«uten — route Wlll. 5478. 

rndnien^ ^ed. rodna. 

rAm — roume (pi.) a. d. 294. 

rikm — jivej? me roum Al. L. b 481. 

rikmen — rtoej) (imper.) Al. T. 505. 

rnndel see rondel. 

rnne — rine Luke 8, 44. 

rnsch^ M.S. Germ, rusch, rush: & take hem 

at one rusche (ms. russche) Fer. 2888. 
rngche — rusche, reshe "smpus**, Wicl. 

Job 8, 11. 
rnschen — & sau J)e red(e) blod ruschen 

(m^. russchen) out Feb. 497. 
rnskien see hruskien. 
sabat — sabaz (pi.) h. m. 17. 
sac — sech Luke 10, 4. 
sad — S8Bd, sed hom. 2, 75 & 232; sed 

p. L. 8. VUI, 195; Angl. 1, 31. 
sadel — sadeles (pi.) Laj. 30408. 
sse — fe reade see a. r. 330; on safes 

grund Mat. 18, 6. 

Sfficlif, A. Sax. s^clif, sea-diff. La?. 12638. 

s^strond, A. Sax. s&strond, — bi J)e see- 
stronde p. s. 188. 
s»c, sseciien see seoc, seclien. 
s»d Mat. 13, 3; seed p. s. 152; s^de (ger^. 

pi) Mat. 13, 32. 

seedtime, A.Sax. s^dtlma, seed-time, Tbev. 
1, 131. 
sndere^ A. Sax. s^dere, 0. H. Germ, s&ter, 

sator, Mark 4, 3. 
8»1 — ge sind selren Mat. 10, 31. 
snl La3. 12875; mi sel mi saule hele hom. 

1, 183; at sume sele hom. 2, 185. 
snld'ej 0. L. Germ, salda, salda. 
sftle, A. Sax. safeta, 0. S. Germ, s^zo ; comp. 

Dor-, Sumersete. 
ssex see sax. 

sahtlen — sahtled (part) Obm. 7976. 
salfe — Jjeos sealfe Mark 14, 5. 
salt — saltes (gen,.) Obm. 1653. 
salt — salt pater p. l. s. VIII, 126. 
same — J)e same seg Will. 3435. 
samlt s. A. L. 215. 
samne — i same Feb. 1188. 
sand — send Feb. 997. 
sande — dis sonde (messenger, hy metonymy) 

hem overtaked rade st. gen. a. sx. 2313. 



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saiidij M, H. Germ, sandic, 0. leel. sOndugr, 

— sondi Trev. 1, 333. 
sang — songes, songe fplj Las. 5109 & 

9539; songen fdat ^/.y 19575. 
sftr — mid wandrede & mid sare Lai. 
12511; fare sare ("dolorum** ) anginne 
Mat. 24, 8. 
sar — sar, s}%r leechd. 3, 108; woundes 

sore SPEC. 68. 
sArij — sori Havel. 477; seri(?) st. gen. 
A. EX. 408; sorie fplj a. r. 32. 
sarillche — sorilTche fragm. 6. 
sarp see scharp. 
sanvage — savage a. d. 237. 
sauven — sovi ayenb. 98; s^vej) fpres.J 

SPEC. 26. 
sli,wen — sapen, s^pe hom. 1, 133 & 135; 

siepe fpret) Angl. 1, 8. 
sApere^ 0. H. Germ, sahari, saari. 
s6wing6 sowing, satio, Langl. prol. 21. 
%ky\t — sople st. gen. a. ex. 2525; saule 
Fer. 318; saule fgen.J hom. 2, 77; cure 
soule leche a. d. 262; s^ule (pi.) Angl. 
1, 24; saulen Laj. 18320; misc. 56; 
J)am precche saule hom. 1, 41. 
scandle — slaundro Fer. 132. 
scar '*cicatricem*\ Wicl. levit. 22, 22; see 

scarre. 
seajiel — skathil destr. T. 4067. 
8ea)>ien — i schal scafie hem Fer. 759. 
sceaft see scbaft. 
sehaft — scaftes fpl.) Laj. 20915; schafte 

Fer. 1594. 
schak moy/rsus, Fer. 2663. 
Behaken — schake Fer. 928; schek (imper.) 

A. R. 206. 
schal — sceal, seal hom. 1, 45 & 103; 
sc8b1, seel Laj. 5449 & 5964; sel Angl. 
1, 8; sal misc. 27; ))U hit scalt iseon 
HOM. 1, 57; sculen fragm. 7; pe sculen 
ecu seggen hom. 1, 107; je schuUe Will. 
3690; sulle Angl. 1, 8; lest ihc schulle 
hit forgo Fl. a. Bl. 182. 
sehalen^ Swed, skala Eietz, sy. dial, lexix. 
577, salire? fe peces faste gunne schali 
Fer. 3282. 
sckame — scame, scome hom. 1, 35 & 59. 
schamfast — schomevaste fplj misc. 80. 
schamllc, A. Sax. scamlTc, — schom-, 
schomellche (adv.) h. m. 27 & 35. 



sehamien — him swide scomede fat he swa 

iscend wes Laj. 4851. 
sehande 

schandllch, A. Sax. sceandlTc. 
schanke — scanken fplj John 19, 31. 
sckapieii — for to schape (facerej J)e cham- 

berleines linnen clones Trev. 7, 269. 
scharp — ane wiaexe . . . swide scaerpe 
Laj. 4592; fe sharpe spere spec. 70; 
mid scearpe mire eaxe Laj. 2310. 
scheade — shede destr. T. 3023. 
scheadeMj 0. L. Germ, scedan, skMan. 
scheaf 

seeafmaelen, A. Sax. sceafmaelum. 
scheal see schal. 

sfheat — opene fe shet Angl. 4, 195. 
seheapen — sheapen hom. 2, 73; scheape 
A. R. 12; scheapude fpretj a. r. 160; 
seawede misc. 27; sh6weden a. d. 262. 
seheapere — scapere speculum, hom. 1, 53. 
scheawinge showing — seawinge misc. 26. 
scheden^ M. L. Germ. 0. Duteh schudden, 0. 
H.Germ. scuttan, scuten pret scutta, scu- 
tida fqvatere, funderej? — schede leg. 
87; schet fpres.J hom. 1, 159; hi . . . 
schedden his . . . blCd misc. 39. 
sehelf^ A. Sax. scylf Blicxl. hom. 27. 
schellen — fai schulde so d6J) fe fonder 

Fer. 631; schilde 727. 
schende 

schendlic, M. JS. Germ, schentllch, = 
schandlic? silde fram sindllche (first 
text scondliche) deafe Laj. 2274*. 
schenden misc. 79; schinde Fer. 523; 

schent (pres.J a. r. 298. 
sch^ne — maiden schene c. l. 1191; scdne 

MISC. 196; Horn ed. Horstm. 97. 
scheo — sheo, sche Fer. 1201 & 2133; 

she, se medit. 843 & 1034. 
scheoten — schute Fer. 3254; sch§t (pret) 
Fer. 3962; scuten Havel. 2431; shote 
(pa/rt.J A. D. 291. 
scheotnnge shooUng, a. r. 60. 
seh^p — shep (plj hom. 2, 37; sc§pe, scea- 
pene (gen. plj Mat. 7, 15 & 18, 12; sce- 
pan (dot. plj Mat. 15, 24. 
schepe — schepe, schipe Chauc. C. t. i 

568. 
scheppen pwra/re — bote ])on . . . sehippe 
fe an On td fi^te Fbr. 542; scdp f^0#.y 



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p. L. s. Vni, 42; David J)e j)e salm sc6p 

HOM. 1, 7; scheop r. s. V (misc. 184); 

fe frend shopen fe child(e) name hom. 

2, 87. 
schepstre — schipster Trev. 7, 269. 
sch^re — s(c)^res (ph) Laj. 14215; 8h(e)res 

Havel. 857. 
scheren (sheerj, facessere: for doute les te he 

valle he shoddref and shere)) spec. 110 

(a. d. 176). 
schild — sceld hom. 1, 69; sceldos, sculdes 

fplj Laj. 4187 & 4193. 
schilden — sculden Laj. 5745; schilt fpres.J 

A. B. 392; schilde, shilde (mhjunct) st. 
GEN. A. EX. 2525 & 4157; scelde (pret) 
Laj. 20155. 

gchile — skiles (gen.) a. e. 288. 
gchillen — schilde, schulde (pret) Fee. 631 

& 727. 
&f hin^ A. Sax. scin n. fphantasma, praestigtaj; 

comp. deofelshln. 
schinde^ schinden see schende, schenden. 
schinen — seined, schined (pres.) hom. 1, 

83; schininde (part.) a. e. 224; scan 

(pret) La3. 20608. 
schip — J?at schip Al. T. 190; ssipe (dat) 

MISC. 32; scipe (im. scype) (pi.) Maek 

4, 36; schipes o. a. n. 1205; scipen 

(dat. pi.) Lai. 14248; mid alle \^ scipe 

Sax. cheon. 201. 
schipen — schipeden (pret) s. a. l. 152. 
schippen see scheppen. 
schir^ Goth, skeirs. 
schire^ A. Sax. scyr JElpb. gbam. 313, 0. 

H.Germ. scira (cura)', M.L.Germ. schere 

(pa/rUUo), — scur **provmcm vel pagm*', 

feagm. 3. 

schirrgve — serrgve Angl. 1, 10. 
schireiij Goth. (ga)skeirjan. 
schite — schit diarrhoea. Tee v. 7, 51. 
sehd — scone (gen. pi.) Maek 1, 7. 
8chding **caJceamentum*\ Wicl. exod. 3, 5; 

ssdinge ayenb. 154. 
gch«lde — ]7U scholdest . . . bisechen a. 

B. 102. 
gchorved see scurved. 

gchrapien — ha beod iscrepte ti of lives 

prit h. m. 23. 
sehreadeii — (heo) schrede}) (pres.) misc. 83. 
schrift — so]7ne scrift feagm. 8. 



schrfn — schrin, shrin Feb. 2116 & 2134; 

shrin a. d. 258. 
sfhrinken — him scrinkej) fa lippen feagm. 

5. 
schriven — schrif (imperat) a. e. 266; 

scrivo (pret suhj.) hom. 1, 25. 
schrob — shrobbis, schrubbes (pi) Langl. 

c 1, 2. 
schrikd — scruden [scrude] (dat pi) Laj. 

5362. 
schuften see schiften. 
schuldre — shuldre (pi.) spec. 52. 
schunien — manncs mone shonie Al. T. 

161; schone s. a. l. 159; men fe schu- 

• niej) o. A. N. 792. 
schute — such shute com in })e womon(n)es 

hM A. D. 262. 
schuUen — schitte Fee. 2027; shetten 

(pret) ST. GEN. A. EX. 1078; ischet (part) 

Fee. 1952. 
schnven — schef (pret) Feb. 1369; heo 

scuven [soven] Laj. 7859; iscoven (part) 

HOM. 1, 129. 
sclakien see slakien. 
scdle^ A. Sax. scol ^lfe. gram. 304. 
score — four score Brand. 14. 
scoren secare — score (printed score) Pall. 

6, 119. 
scorien^ M. H. Germ, schoren, trudere ? (fet) 

softe pas ipend to fe sulven & efre fet 

scerpe scored me tdupar(d) feagm. 8. 
Scottisch Scottish; Scottishe (pi) p. s. 222. 
sculden see schilden. 
senile — scolle Feb. 353. 
scikmen — skumede (printed skuntede) (pret.) 

Feb. 3888. 
se — se deofel Mat. 4, 5; se man leechd. 

3, 84; se (sa) gealle ibid.; fram se bi- 

scop Sax. cheon. 250; sa handa leechd. 

3, 112; abiitan sa earan 94. 
8^ — see p. s. 215. 
s^chen — siche Fee. 1935; (he) seched 

(pres.) HOM. 1, 173; sechef spec. 26; 

seed HOM. 2, 226; sekf misc. 65; (je) 

seche)) misc. 42; sech (imper.) a. e. 336; 

HOM. 2, 9; sechinde (part.) hom. 1, 127; 

soht (ms. sohht) (part.) Oem. 6454. 
seg, related to saje, — segges (pi.) Pall. 

1, 525. 
seg — segges (pi.) Laj. 20854. 



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seggen^ Lat (in)seco, — siggen feagm. 8; 
siggen, suggen hom. 1, 19 & 133; t6 
seggene Mark 2, 9; segge fpres.J hom. 1, 
21; sugge [segge] Laj. 6321; seid hom. 

1, 21; s8BiJ) feagm. 5; (hio) segged Mat. 
5, 11; HOM. 1, 29; seggej) feagm. 8; 
sflBgde fpretj Luke 14, 16; seide a. e. 
72; segden Maek 2, 18; seiden, sMen 
HOM. 1, 91 & 97. 

seilien — seileden fpretj l. n. f. 217. 

seiue^ A. Sax. sagene, Hoen ed. Hoestm. 
700. 

seint see ceint. 

s^keiij M. L. Germ, stiken. 

seld seld. 

selctldlTche — selcuflike Oem. 2586. 
sellic mirum, feagm. 8. 

seiden — selde hom. 2, 73; sielde s. a. l. 
157. 

self — he [him] seolf wende Laj. 14201; 
heo seolf misc. 128; ne beo J)e 16vre })an 
))i self J)i mei no J)i mo^e p. l. s. VIII, 
15; selfem fdat m.) John 1, 22; seolfan 
Laj. 828; hine seolfne hom. 1, 95; J)5 
heo hadde . . . heo selve forsineged hom. 

2, 143. 

selfpil, A. Sax. selfpill, self-will: selfpilles 
**ultro*\ Maek 4, 28; wilt fou silfwilles 
lete fe slen Fee. 221. 

sellen — sullen h. m. 27; sillen Luke 11, 
7; t6 sellenne Mat. 20, 23; (he) sellej?, 
sulle}) fpres.J E. g. 355; sulled a. e. 
398; sild Mat. 13, 44; sole me drinken 
**da mthi htbere**, John 4, 10; sule, sile 
leechd. 3, 106 & 108. 

s^men — it was ndvere man ... pat so 
wel semde fms. semede) king or caiser 
for to be Havel. 976. 

s^men — ge semed "oneratis'*, Luke 11, 
46. 

senden — he sent [sendef] fpresj Laj. 
26367; sent hom. 1, 7; (heo) sended 
Laj. 476; heo senden fpret.J Laj. 662. 

s^ne, 0. leel. senn, M. L. Germ, stine, seen. 

senewe see sinewe. 

setc — seek Pall. 3, 939; seoke men Laj. 
29541; heo beod bode s§ke a. ,e. 364; 
alle sike 32. 

seocnesse — seocnysse leechd. 3, 126. 

seofen — seofan, seofen, seofe Mat. 15, 36 



& Maek 8, 20; f^re seofene Mat. 22, 

28; seovene feagm. 8; sevene p. s. 157; 

Fee. 1493; sevene and fifti Tebv. 1, 

45; seofe hom. 1, 41. 

seventefe seventeenth, Al. L. b 325. 
seofed'e — sevefe a. d. 240. 
seoke^ M. L. Germ, stike. 
seon — sien Angl. 1, 16; te s6ne spec. 

96; J?u sist (pres.) Jul. 31; a. d. 289; 

(he) seod^ sed h. m. 15; seh fimperatj 

A. D. 258; saj fpret) Fee. 4563; saj, 

sauj HoBN ED. Lum. 125 & 167; sau 

Havel. 2410 fspelt saw 1251); sd^en a. 

D. 263; Fee. 4017; sdghen misc. 27; 

s§he fstihj.J h. m. 17. 
setwen — sewed fpart.J Will. 3060. 
serewe see sorje. 
serringe serving, Laj. 8097; serving spec. 

69. 
serrlse — service h. h. 244. 
s^te Pall. 2, 420. 
setel, A. Sax. setol zeitsche. 21, 25, — 

setel Mat. 25, 31; j)et setle (? ms. secle) 

HOM. 1, 61. 
setlen — setlede fpretj Fee. 3281. 

setten^ Sanscr. ^i^MiV^y — gif be pile 

setten us over fset over, trajicerej j)at mi- 

chele pater hom. 2, 43; (pe) setted fpres.J 

HOM. 1, 19; sete fimper.J spec. 57; set 

fpaH.J p. s. 215. 
sewen — seped fpres.J hom. 2, 85. 
sib — alle hire sibbe freond Laj. 2443. 
sibbe — comp. isibbe. 
sid — fe side eoote "Wicl. genes. 37, 23. 
side — siden fdatj John 20, 25; stonde a 

side Fee. 1826; side fpl.J hom. 1, 147. 
si^e 

si^efast, A. Sax. sigefaest. 
sijen — seh fpretj Laj. 2918; se^ Feb. 

589. 
siting sighing, gemttus. Fee. 1040. 
sibten — sihte fms. sihtte) fpretj l. n. f. 

217. 
sihd'e = sihte, see Ge. geam. 2, 245, Maek 

16, 8. 
siken H. M. 27; siche Teev. 7, 535; siked 

fpresj HOM. 1, 43. 
siken see seken. 

siker p. l. s. VIII, 20; hom. 1, 161. 
sikeren — sikeri Fee. 2041. 

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siking SPEC. 53. 

silen — sile **coIare\ cathol. 339. 

silver — selvere ^datj Laj. 4388; selvre 
MISC. 28. 

silyercH — mid selvrene stikke Angl. 4, 
194. 

sinder cathol. 341. 

sinewe — sina, sinan fplj leechd. 3, 88 
& 120. 

seBOwi sinewy. Pall. 4, 684. 

singeH — singe)) fpres.J Obm. 1725; sun- 
gun, sungen fpretj hom. 1, 5 & 7; sun- 
gen ST. GEN. A. EX. 3288; suuge, songen 
Bband. 17 & 20. 

sinken La?. 20156; i sonke fms. songe, r, 
w. lonke) ("pret suhj'.J p. s. 156. 

sino))^ Gr. o6vo8o<;, — sinad Laj. 25338. 

skte see sixte. 

sitten La?. 23035; to sittenne Mat. 20, 23; 
sit (pres.) a. e. 332; fet mon . . . er 
timan to his borde ne sitte hom. 1, 105; 
inne pel sittende schon misc. 193; (he) 
seet (fret.) l. n. f. 217; Fee. 1200; 
(j)Ou) sete Fee. 1403; Langl. ed. We. 
12653; heo seten to borde Laj. 14950; 
seten, saten Wicl. Josh. 8, 9. 

sid* — Ebri(u)s (h)adden seli sid st. gen. 
A. ex. 2546; hu fe beon (r, beo) on side 
in what condition thou art, Laj. 30284; a- 
ris . . . to jjine fseje side fexitiumj 26040; 
of here liwes fr. lives) sife l. n. f. 217; 
ni^en siden Laj. 1188. 

si|iieii — sifian peagm. 7. 

si|i|ieii — siddan, seodfan hom. 1, 43 & 
109; seo})J)en his deajes beo)) igon feagm. 
5; sedde Luke 7, 45; ))at furst is feir 
ant se))))e unsSte spec. 23; siden (? siden, 
O.Icel. sidan) eel. ant. 1, 210 (misc. 3). 

six — siexe p. s. 157. 

sixtifald sixtyfold, h. m. 23. 

sixlc — seste a. d. 240. 

sk^re — makie we us clene and skere 
misc. 73. 

skirmen — bigunnen mid sceldes td scur- 
men Laj. 8144. 

skinning fencing, Havel. 2323: 

slabbe — slabbes fpl.J Fee. 3313. 

slncnesse — slaknesse Chauc. C. t. i 680. 

slnd — slade fdat.J Pall. 9, 176. 

sinp — slsfepes fgen.) Oem. 2971. 



jslspen — (he) sleped fpres.J a. e. 212; 

slepd MISC. 192; slepinde (part. J a. e. 

224; slep fpret.J misc. 24; slepen Ha- 
vel. 2128. 
slftlit — slajt Fee! 5519. 
sl&u — ))e sloweste mon spec. 176. 
slaveren^ Swed. slabbra Bietz, sv. dial. 

lexik. 619. 
slean — slee Fee. 55; slad fpres.J h. m. 

29; slea (imper.) a. e. 206; sloh (pret.) 

Oem. 3590; sld^hen 13782; slowe (»uhj,) 

Fee. 467. 
sleeken — sleeked (part.) Oem. 5689. 
slegge Fee. 1308. 

sl^li — sleje (ms. sleye) (pi.) spec. 86. 
sl^li|>e — sle3))e Fee. 2405. 
slengen — grete slabbes of stil(e) & ire to 

))e walles ))o wer(e)n islente Feb. 3313. 
sl^ve, A. Sax. sl^f. 
slfpd^e — siaude hom. 1, 107. 
sliden — uppe ])i breste ])0u schalt sliden 

(tns. slyden) s. a. l. 222; slod, slood 

(pret) Teev. 7, 237. 
slider Teev. 1, 63. 
slingen — and out at ))e dore him slong 

[sclong] Chauc. C. t. h 306. 
sliper deste. T. 11295. 
slober deste. T. 12529. 
slobren^ Swed. slubbra (slarfva med Idpparne)? 

KiETz, sv. DIAL. LEXIK. 628; comp. bi- 

slobren. 
sloder slodder, sludder, coenum, limiM: hie 

seched to ))e fule sloddre (? ms. fioddri) 

& ))ar on paleped hom. 2, 37. 
slnggen — co^np. forsluggen. 
sluggi — sluggi, sloggi Chauc. C. t. i 706. 
smal — mi middel smal & long a. d. 246. 
smaragde^ 0. Fr. smaragde, stnaragd/us, misc. 

98; see emeraude; 
smellen — smellin pbompt. 460; smille]) 

(pres.) Fee. 2546. 
smellunge — smellinge c. l. 1176; smeal- 

lunge HOM. 1, 245. 
smer^ M. H. Germ, smier (risus) ? comp. bi- 

smer. 
smere Feb. 386; and louj smere leg. 34. 
smerien — smire, smure (imperat.) leechd. 

3, 86 & 114. 
smeringe^ A. Sax. smyring, smjrung, smear- 
ing ^ unctio: smeringes (pi.) ayenb. 148. 



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siiiert« c. L. 1153; Al. L. a 281. 
smerte — 6ne smerte jerde a. d. 298. 
smerten — smerte ('pre%. smhj.) a. d. 295; 

J)6 him smart [smert] so sore leg. 186 

& 187. 
smertiiige sinarUng, hom. 2, 165; smeor- 

tunge A. E. 294. 
sm^d'e — smethe a. d. 240. 

smedellche — smefelTche Trev. 7, 259. 
smilen — smile Feb. 452. 
smlten Laj. 9204; (heo) smited fpres.) Laj. 

20172; smit fimperatj st. gen. a. ex. 

3360. 
smitten — smittid fpart.J Wicl. E. w. 436. 
smoc^ A. Sax. smocc (smoc), — smok a. d. 

106. 
smokien^ 0. DuixJi smoken, — and smoke]> 

as J)ei a fdre were Trev. 1, 119. 
siii«lt^ 0. Dutch smolt. 
smotteiij M.L.Germ. smotzen, smutzen, &nmt? 

ismotted fv. r. smitted) (part J Trev. 1, 

359. 
smudelen^ L.Germ. smudeln, inqvinare? comp. 

bismudelen. 
snarlen — snarlede /pretj Trev. 7, 431. 
sii4n — snop HOM. 2, 99. 
snel MISC. 97; })reo snelle sunen Laj. 7064; 

knijtes svife snelle Horn ed. Lum. 1463. 
snil^en, 0. L. Germ, snithan, 0, Fris. snitha. 
ftnore^ O.Icel snor, snOr. 
SAUten — isnit (part) p. l. s. IX, 91. 
swUireM see under sub-. 
softe^ A. Sax. sefte ad/v. softe, — heo fuhten 

(r. Jjiihte) him wel softe Laj. 14897; 

sitte softe p. s. 154. 
s«kmpBete^ O.Fr. solennite, solemnity, p. s. 

249. 
soni^ 0. Z. Germ, somi, lelonging to Goth. 

samjan sis (suTcpoooTC^oai) ; see seme. 

somllch? hit is riht & soinlTch [semllch] 

A. R. «7fc. 

sone — sone spa, son se as soon as, Orm. 

657 & 6450. 
s«r^« — seorpe pragm. 5; sor^e fplj Angl. 
1, 17; sor^e, sor^en [sore we] Laj. 12332 
& 27129; serpen (dat. pi.) hom. 1, 71; 
sorghen misc. 32. 

sorhful, A. Sax. sorgfull, — seorh-, seoruh- 
fal FRAGM. 5 & 6; sorful a. d. 235. 
sorhfalllche h. m. 17. 



sorjin^e — sore wing spec. 53. 
s«t^ A. Sax. sot jElfr. gram. 305. 

sotllc stultus — heora sotllche cure Laj. 
1970. 
s6t — sot, soot Trev. 7^ 379. 
sdd*, O.Ieel. sadr, — sofne face, m.) fragm. 

8; })a(n) soden ileafan hom. 1, 97. 

sodfestnesse hom. 1, 119. 
soHnen^ O.Fr. suner. 
sp»ehe — speke Laj. 1971; spr^che John 

18, 32; fsfere spsfeche pragm. 1; his spe- 

chen weoren gode Laj. 30161; sp^chea 

Orm. 16057. 
spier see spar. 
sp»teii — speten J. t. 45; spette (pret.) 

A. R. 106. 

SpaiBisc Spanish: of Spainisce ard(e) Laj. 

30703. 
spanne Fer. 1607. 
sparien — fo to telle null(e) i spare for 

whi hit is fat i care a. d. 258. 
sparwe — sparepen (pi.) Luke 12, 6. 
sp4tel — spotel Trev. 1, 195; spotle (doit.) 

LEB. Jes. 2. 
spearcle — sparcle Trev. 7, 379. 
spearke — sperke Jul. 68. 
specked — spekked Trev. 1, 189. 
sp^de copia — ahtes sped Orm. 12252. 
sp^den — spede)) ou p. s. 240. 
speken hom. 1, 35; speked (pres.) hom. 1, 

73; a. r. 82; spec (imper.) Laj. 12945; 

spek A. D. 293; speke pe loqvamur, a. r. 

1045* spekende fpart.J Mat. 15, 31; spac 

fpret.) HOM. 2, 11; A. D. 236; speek c. l. 

458; sprseken, spsbken Luke 4, 36 & 9, 

30; spaeken, speken Laj. 3248 & 8249. 
spekinge speaking, ayenb. 50. 
spel — spelles fgen.) Orm. 13474; liste}) to 

})is spelle Fer. 4002 ; spelles fr. w. helle), 

spellen fpl) Laj. 22052 & 26538. 
speld — ofte gret fiiir . . . wext of a lui- 

tel spielde s. a. l. 157; spelden fpl.) 

LEG. 166. 
spelien — spelie Al. T. 208; Fer. 458. 
spellien — hio spelleden fpret.) Luke 24, 

15. 
spendiHge spending, atenb. 21. 
spere^ Lat. spams, sparum. 
spille, Ital. spilla, O.Dutch spelle faeioula)? 
spir Pall. 3, 1034. 



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splwen — sptiwe Tbev. 7, 503; spiupf 

fpresj LEEGHD. 3, 140; speped hom. 2, 

37. 
spleekeH = plecken ? splekked (partj Tbev. 

1, 429. 
8pried«M — ])at writ an kn he gan sprede 

Al. T. 450; spr§t (pres.) hom. 1, 77. 
spranke — sproi^e germen? Pall. 12, 116. 
springal^ M,JSMerm. springal, O.Fr. esprin- 

galle, an engine for casting stones; sprin- 

gols /pl.J Feb. 3310. 
gpringe — on ])e spring(e) of ]>q dai Feb. 

3513. 
sprlngeH — ])is word bigon to springe Al. 

V. 223; sprungen (pret.) hom. 1, 141. 
gpringing springing: in springing time *'ver- 

no tempore*', Tbev. 1, 65. 
spare 

sporelSs spurless, p. s. 71. 
spAsing Havel. 1164. 
sputten = patten? 
stKf — stef EBAOM. 1; stave fdatj Las. 

8152; steave a. b. 292; stafes ^pl.J Obm. 

16391. 
stftae — steene (f printed sceene) amphora 

(pro aqva/rioj, Tbev. 2, 207. 
stitnen lapida/re, John 10, 32. 
stitp see steap. 
stepe — stape Feb. 3989. 
stalken — stalke Feb. 2389. 
st&n — std.n [stdn] La). 2315; std,ne (dot, 

pi.) hom. 1, 9; fe rode stond in stone 

SPEC. 86. 

st&can gmus lapidis. La?. 2847. 
stanchen — astaunche Lidg. m. p. 30. 
standen — ])u stondest fpres.J hom. 1, 35; 

ma,re eje stonded men of monne 161; 

for J)i me stondej? J)^ more rape Hobn 

ED. LuM. 554; stonded, stant hom. 2, 
103 & 220; stent, stent p. l. s. VIH, 
10; stont, stond spec. 35 & 86; stent 

Feb. 1147; (heo) stonded Laj. 9475; a. 

B. 366; (J)u) stande fsubj.j Obm. 5008; 
(fu) stode fpret) hom. 1, 195. 
%ikfAy Ool^, stainahs. 
stapelj M.LMerm. stapel, Feb. 2181. 
stapen — stape Feb. 5793; heo stapeth 
(pres,) Tbev. 7, 527; stdp (pret) l. n. 
p. 213. 
starCj O.Iceh sterkr, — sterk misc. 157; 



Feb. 3241; heorsB sceaftes weoren starke 

LA3. 4228. 

starkded Jos. 567. 
gtat — sestat a. b. 178. 
statikt — statuz fplj p. s. 188. 
stede — in here stude instead of them, a. 

B. 426; toward J)an ilke stude misc. 49; 

he heveden a stude fplace, estate) fer bi 

side A. D. 259; studen fpl) a. b. 342; 

studen fdat pi.) Laj. 10214. 

stedfasth^de stahHitas, S. b. w. 286. 

stedefastllche misc. 28. 

stedefastnesse misc. 6. 
stMe — steden (dat.) Laj. 26796; steden 

/pi.) A. D. 236. 
stedeB^ M.L.Germ. steden. 
stefne fbagm. 1. 
gtM — mid stales ^^^q Laj. 9799; stile 

fdat.) Feb. 4433. 
gtench — stenches fpl.) hom. 1, 193. 
gte«p 

steopchild ^- stepchild fpl.) John 14, 18. 

stepfader Tbev. 1, 93. 
tXtwt — J)U most to stere (boat, ly synec- 
doche) Hobn bd. Lum. 101. 
steoren — fin herte nu fu st§re (govern, 

restrain) Hobn ed. Lum. 434. 
gt^riHge steering, misc. 18. 
gteorre — si sterre misc. 26; jjat steorne 

leom Obm. 6536; steorran (ace.) Mat. 2, 

2; aenne . . . sterre [storre] Laj. 17865; 

steorran (pi.) Mat. 24, 29; sterren [stor- 
re] (dat. pi) Laj. 9127. 
gteort 

steortnaket Jul. 16 & 17. 
gteorfen — steorve s. a. l. 153; sterven 

(pres. subj) hom. 1, 71; fe storvene mor- 

tuos, Ka-Th. 1043. 
gt^re Gut ed. Zup. 662. 
gterteH — heil maister he seid(e) and to 

him sterte medit. 421; stirte Havel. 

566. 
gticke^ M.L.Germ. sticke. 
gtif^ M.L.Germ. stif, — fe wind was strong 

and stif inouj Bband. 21; stif hit stod 

up riht A. D. 252; stive (pi.) leg. 92. 
gtije 

StirDp FBAGM. 6. 

stlje, A. Sax. stig, see Paul u. Bbaune's 
beitb. 1; 491. 



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stijele^ M.L.Germ, stegel. 

8ti)en — stige hom. 2, 111; ste^e Shoreh. 

126; steijen c. l. 164; stej? fpres.) c. 

L. 1490; st^g fpretj hom. 2, 111; steih 

MISC. 88; J)ou stehe spec. 69; stojen 

fpa/rtj Feb. 5027. 
stihten destine — aefter fam fe him for stih- 

ted fms, stihted) psBS Luke 22, 22. 
stikien pungere — stikinde fpart) h. m. 35; 

fat sweord stike(de) [stekede] feste Laj. 

7533; istiked ase swin p. s. 190. 
stille — Joram wes stille fsikntj La?. 

15890. 
stillen — stille Horn ed. Lum. 676. 
stingen — stinginde (part) a. r. 82. 
stinken — & stinke]) fdle Orm. 1201; ])at 

stinkende lie 8195; stanc fpretj Orm. 

8077; greses ... fat stunken spife spete 

8194. 
stid* — stide men hit wurhten La3. 24886. 
stoken^ M.L.Germ. stoken, — & stokej) him 

bitwene (h)is browes Fer. 4615. 
stoppen — & stoppede (h)is wounde Fer. 

215. 
stdr — his msehte weren store Laj. 3242. 
stdren — store p. s. 70. 
storm — storme fdat pi.) hom. 2, 43. 
stoat — so proud & so stout s. a. l. 224. 
strnte — str^te **plateati"\ Luke 10, 10. 

Stratford Stratford, Dav. dr. 113. 
strahes strays, Langl. c 1, 92. 
strand — stronde **flumen\ Trbv. 1, 429; 

framward fan stronde [fare stronde] Laj. 

9408. 
Strang — strongon, stronge fdat n.J Laj. 

11733 & 27551; strangere fdat f.J Laj. 

27773*; stronge face, fj Laj. 1567; 

strange fplj Orm. 19963; stronge ayenb. 

83; gares swide stronge Laj. 26282; 

stronge fdistressingj tidinge 5271; stron- 

gen fdat pi.) Laj. 17395. 

strangliche — strongllche [stra(n)gliche] 
Laj. 7843. 
strau — streup leechd. 3, 114. 
strawen — istrawed fpart) Fer. 421. 
stream — stremen fdat pi.) La3. 31229. 
streechen — strecchef fpres.) misc. 101; fe 

over Germania strecchef f**se extendiC*) 

bi sides Alpes to . . . Trev. 1, 255; 

strei^te fpret) Teev. 2, 107. 



strongs M.L.Germ. strong, — strengen fdat 

pi.) La3. 17983. 
strenge^ 0. L. Germ, strengiu, strengi. 
strengen — strenged fpan-t) Orm. 2748. 
strengd'e forUtado. 

strencfelaes strengthUss, Orm. 12530. 
strengft'en — & streinf ede fexerted) him . . . 

to serve god a. d. 257. 
stride — a stride Fer. 3221; an hundred 

stride 4643. 
striden — strid fimperat) spec. Ill; comp. 

overstriden. 
striken^ M. L. Germ, striken, — & loveli 

strek (h)is mane Fer. 244. 
striji, A. Sax. strid m., O.Icel. strid »., O.H, 

Germ, strit m., contentio, certamen, f? ms. 

strist) A. D. 237; see strif. 
stnbbe^ M.L.Germ. stubbe. 
stucche^ M.L.Germ. stucke, — stecche Angl. 

1, 18. 
stunde — a longe stounde a. d. 262. 
stunten — stunte me no ston a. d. 247. 
stApeu — stope Fer. 4065; stoupef fpres.) 

Trev. 2, 185. 
sturien — sturie s. a. l. 159; Fer. 876; 

ne he sake ne sturad hom. 1, 113; sture 

fimperat) a. r. 290; & ohtllche eou stu- 

ried La?. 15254; sturiinde fpart) a. r. 

152; istured fpart) Laj. 8118. 
stnrne 

sturnllche, A. Sax. styrnllce, Laj. 27461. 
stnve 

stufbaef leechd. 3, 92. 
snffren see under sub-. 
sikken — suked fpres.) h. m. 39; it sou- 

keth Pall. 11, 16; neddren heore breo- 

sten sukef misc. 151; stikende fpart) 

Laj. 20973; sukinde hom. 1, 5; fu suke 

fpret) Luke 11, 27; soke Al. L. a 1045. 
sulnh — solouj, solowe Trev. 7, 535. 
sum — sum time Will. 780; sume hptile 

A. R. 390; sumes peis 854; summes 

cunnes La?. 21765; sume men hom. 2, 

37; summon fdat pi.) Laj. 24111. 

sumhpsBr — sumwher spec. 110. 

sumhpat aliqvtd — sumphat Orm. 958. 
-sum — comp. lustsum. 
sumer Mat. 24, 32. 
sunder 

sunderllch, A, Sax. synderllc. 



78- 



sundriligi M.H.Germ. sunderunge, mndenng* 
separatic, st. gen. a. ex. 458. 

8une MISC. 29; sima Mat. 1, 20; leschd. 
3, 82; sune fgen.J Mat. 24, 27; hom. 
1, 123; sune fdatj hom. 1, 41; sun an 
fpl.J Sax. chkon. 248; sunen a. r. 270; 
sunas Mat. 20, 21; sune fgen, plj Mat. 
27, 56. 

Minegieii^ M.L.Germ. sundigen, — sunegie 
MISC. 78; sune^an hom. 1, 103; sunegi, 
sunge LEG. 154 & 178; sunegie fpres. 
suhj.J A. R. 58. 

sHiine — sunna leechd. 3, 98; sonne Laj. 
8122; after sunna upgange leechd. 3, 
98; J)e sunne heto the heat of the mn, 
HOM. 2, 151; ase is J)e sunne gleam a. 
E. 94; it malt at de sunne sine fmn- 
shine) st. gen. a. ex. 3337; on one 
sun(n)e nijte misc. 162; sunnen (Aat) 
Luke 21, 25; under sunnan La?. 108; 
under sunne a. r. 250; Marh. 15. 

sanne^ O.Icel. synd, O.L.Germ. sundia, sun- 
dca, 0. H. Germ, sunta, — sinne fpl.J c. 
L. 828; sinne, senne, sinnen Mat. 9, 6, 
Mark 2, 5 & Luke 5, 20; sinne, senne, 
sinnen, sennen, sinnes hom. 2, 5, 11, 69 
& 73; sunnen hom. 1, 29; sunnan, sunne 
fdat. pi.) HOM. 1, 35 & 127; sinnen Mat. 
1, 21; HOM. 2, 87. 
sunbote — sinbote hom. 2, 83. 
sunful, A. Sax. synfull, — sinful fms. 
sinnfull) Orm. 12048. 
sinfulhed st. gen. a. ex. 180; sunfol- 
bede s. A. L. 50. 

sikpen^ M.L.Germ. supen. 

snr- 

surqviderie — surqvidrie Chauc. C. t. i 
403. 

sdr MISC. 77. 

sHster — spustre fpl.J Mat. 13, 56. 

sHiel 

sute(l)llche hom. 1, 41. 

sikd* — suth, south Havel. 434 & 1255. 

sAite — bi southe fe boru Havel. 2828. 

sud'er^ M. H. Germ, suder fmeridionalisj. 

8wa — spo pel spo Angl. 1, 11; swo 
Laj. 2348; swo we mowe sigge misc. 
28; wo so hath beleave ibid.; hpam so 
he luved a. r. 184; hpon se je §ver 
pilled 412 ; sone so heo icumen pes 



Marh. 4; sone so as soon as, st. gbn. 

A. ex. 1109; so sone so Langl. b 17, 

63. 
swnten — spet fpres.J a. r. 360; swa,tte 

fpretj Fer. 5753. 
swalewe — swaluwe s. a. l. 158; swolwe 

Fer. 4232. 
swal) — swolwes fpl.J Trev. 1, 65. 
swal)en — swale we(d) fpret.J Al. L. a 611. 
sfit — sot, soot Fer. 719. 
swajiel! swajjel & to^t Al. T. 116. 
sw^len^ O.Icel. sv^la ffumarej? 
sweljeii — swclewith fpres.J Trev. 1, 119. 
swelieM — fer hit up swal a. d. 293. 
swenc hen^ A. Sax. spencean. 
speng — spenge fdat. pi.) o. a. n. 803. 
speord — fat swerd Fer. 743; speordes 

fgen.J a. r. 60; speordan, speorden fdat. 

pi.) Mat. 26, 47 & 55. 
swerien — spered fpres.J a. r. 98; swdr 

fpret.J p. s. 192. 
sweryea — swarf fpret.J Fer. 743. 
^w^tCj Sanser. ^ f^jH Bopp's gloss. 396, 

— speote HOM. 1, 53; fet spete pragm. 

7; spote fadvj pragm. 7; hom. 1, 53. 

sw5tllc, A. Sax. spetllc, — a svetli svire 
SPEC. 52; spetlike fadAj.J Orm. 1647; 
spStelache h. m. 41. 
speyen. — spefnes fpl.J a. r. 268. 
splft — spifte pateres a. r. 252. 
spikel — swikel Fer. 4589. 

spikeO)lTche h. m. 39. 
spikea — ^if he nule nefre spiken feeasej 

HOM. 1, 23; spic fimperat.J rel. ant. 1, 

213 (misc. 7); spiken fpret.) hom. 1, 43. 
splkende deceiver, traitor? 

spicandellche f printed swicandliche) hom. 
1, 25. 
swileii — fe flume shal hit swile a. d. 239. 
spimmen^ O.Butch swimmen, swemmen, M.L. 

Germ, swemmen, — swemme Laj. 28078*; 

spam fpret.) hom. 1, 51; swam, sworn 

Fer. 3958 & 3965; (hi) swomme leg. 

166. 
spin — spines fgen.) hom. 1, 169; spine 

fgen. pl.J Luke 8, 32. 
spine — spinkes fpl.J a. r. 240. 
spingen — comp. biswingen. 
apin^ng Orm. 5527. 
gpinken travail, hom. 1, 19; spisked fpres.J 



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H. M. 39; spunke ^pret. itibj.J hom. 2, 

229; spunche pe p. l. s. VIII, 160; i- 

swonke /part.J Feb. 152. 
spire — swire Feb. 997; sweoren (dat 'pl.) 

La3. 22786. 
spltf — spfife (adA).) fbagm. 5; swiJ)J)er 

(cowpwr.) Feb. 816. 
swifing fututio, p. s. 69. 
swd^nen — sowenede, sounede fpretj Feb. 

1080 & 4221. 
swdjning — svoweninge s. a. l. 156; soje- 

ning, soweniug Feb. 1134 & 2585. 
gwu 

swulc — such is evel ant elde spec. 48; 
swulches fgen. m. n.J Laj. 20337; swul- 
c(h)ere [solchere] fgen. f,J Laj. 487. 
t&de — taddQD, tadde fpl.J hom. 1, 51 & 

53; toden leg. 188. 
tKchen^ O.H.Gen^m. zeig^n? — t&chen (rm. 

tachen, r. w. sjBchen) Laj. 17320; ic fe 

wuUe teche Bruttisce spseche 26833; ihc 

schal ))e teche a trewe ifere ass. 46; 

teched (pres.) a. b. 220; tech fimperat.J 

HOM. 1, 51 ; tehte, tahte, tochte(?) fpretj 

HOii. 1, 89, 107 & 229; tachte misc. 35; 

& t^ujte fat sche was free Fee. 1391. 
.tielen — t^led fpartj Obm. 16743. 
tuggen tag: he shal h§ taggud wundersare 

Ebc. 437. 
tuil — telle fdatj a. b. 254. 
taken — take misc. 95; ant token him a 

kine^erde p. s. 215; hii toke fflrst text hi- 

tahten) him . . . al ))e horh Laj. 24039*; 

he toke fmbjunct.J st. gen. a. ex. 1531; 

itaken fpartj hom. 1, 27. 

Uken — taken, t^ne. A, Sax. t^cen, tacnu, 
fpl.J Mat. 24, 24 ^ Luke 21, 11; tacna, 
tacne hom. 1, 91. 

tal 

talllche — talli destb. T. 8813. 

tale — J?e palmere seide on his tale Hobn 
£D. HoBSTM. 1072; talen fpl.J Las. 15869. 
taletellere tak-teOer, Trev. 1, 337. 
talewls pevitus vel promptus sermone. 

talj — talgh Pall. 1, 444. 

talkeH — talkede fpretj Feb. 1773. 

tange forceps. Fee. 1308. 

taper — tap^r, tapur, tapir Tbev. 7, 425. 

tateringe^ 0. Dutch tateringhe, **garriim"\ 
PBOMPt. 487; WtCL. £. w. 192. 



tawe^ M. L. Germ, tawe, to we, ton we. 
tapen^ M.L.Germ. tawen, tauwen, ton wen. 
team^ M. L. Germ, tom ffrenum, progeniesj, 

from teon. 
tear, A. Sax. teagor, — tearen fdat pl.J 

Luke 7, 38; tere s. a. l. 163: 
t^je 

t^idogge Ue-dog, Wicl. E. w. 252. 
t^5en — teje fm%. teye) Pall. 4, 752. 
teld — moni ftisend telden Laj. 24436. 
tellen — here nomes i shal telle fenarrarej 

spec. 104; him i telle a loverd })at J)us 

con h^te bales a. d. 240; (fu) telest Feb. 

1578; telest, tellest Jul. 54 & 55; (he) 

teled Luke 14, 28; tele fimperatj hom. 

1, 249; fene mahum fe heo tolden fac- 

countedj for god Laj. 231; he was for k 

kempe told Havel. 1036. 
temse, M. L. Germ, temes. 
t^n — ten sifen p. s. 151; bi tene 188. 
teniTre 

tenderlTche tenderly, Tbev. 2, 307. 
tendren, O.Icel. tendra, accendere, inflammare: 

& feng his neb to rudnin ant tendrin 

Jul. 29. 
^ Tenet Tbev. 2, 43. 
teon, O.Fria. tia, O.Icel. *tiuga j?«r^. toginn, 

— teod, ted f pres. J hom. 2, 35 & 37; 
tie fsuhjunctj John 6, 44; teij fpretj 
Al. T. 449; hio tugen Luke 5, 11. 

teone — teonen fdatJ Laj. 4362; teonen 

facc.J Mat. 20, 13; teone a. d. 291. 
teonlen — J)u teonedest fpretj misc. 139. 

teren^ Sanscr. S iij ( m Bopp's gi;.oss. 175, 

— tar fpretj Al, T. 146; some . . . J)e 
hdli mannes clothes tere 326. 

test^re^ 0. Fr. testiere, tester; testeris fpl.J 

Wicl. E. w. 434. 
te|ier^ 0. Icel tiodr, 0. Fris. tiader, tether 

ftedderj: see tedir. 
tejiren^ O.Icel. tiodra, tether ftedderj: tefrid 

ffms. teyryd) fpartj Ebc. 437. 
tide — fe tide is wel neih icume misc. 42; 

fare tide "temponm", ]Mat. 16, 3. 
tlden — tide fpres. s/uJbj.J a. d. 294. 
ttdtage — tidinge fpl.J hom. 2, 33. 

tlhen^ SanscT, f^^ITfif Bopp's gloss. 169. 

tike, M.L.Germ. teke. 

tikel fm>s. tjkel) a. d. 237. 

tille ~ tilieni tiligen fplj MAfitc 12^ 7 & 9. 



80 



tilien — teolien s. a. l. 149; tiled ('pres.) 

A. E. 78. 
tilien — alle fat he mi3t(e) tille Feb. 59. 
• time — §r timan hom. 1, 103; an fan 
timen Laj. 9668; in olde time (tm. tyme) 
Al. L. a 2. 
timllch — timllche (ms. tymliche) a. d. 

261. 
tiBien^ Goth. (ga)timan, 0. H, Germ, zeman, 
convenire? ic pas fordred de migte timen 
fro me dine doutres binimen st. gen. a. 
EX. 1763. 
tind^ M. L. Germ, tinde. 
tip^ L. Germ. tip. 
titte, M. L. Germ, titte. 
Titt — Tiwes ni^th Dav. dr. 43. 
t#-, A. Sax. te-. 

tobrftden, A. Sax. tobr^dan, dHatare : bio 

tobreded fpres.J Mat. 23, 5. 
tobreiden — tobreid fpret.J Al. L. a 396. 
tobreken — tobreocan hom. 1, 127. 
tobusten dtverherare. 
tochinen — tocbon (pret) Fer. 3001. 
toclateren — fai had hit al toclatrid 

Feb. 897. 
tocleoven — tocleef (pret) Trev. 7, 463. 
tocruschen — fe walles tobreke & al to- 

cruschede Fer. 5153. 
tod^len — todelej) (pres.) Trev. 1, 185; 

toddled (part) fragm. 7. 
tofallen — tofallej) (preB.) Trev. 1, 133; 

tofalle (part.) Fer. 5011. 
tofaren, A. Sax. tofaran, dissipa/ri : the 

folk . . . shal tofare Angl. 3, 546. 
toheawen — (fai) tohewe fpretj Fer. 897. 
tor^sen dirmref & reat t6 fat hpeol spa 

fat hit al toresde f? printed to refde) 

Jul. 58. 
tosch^den — toschedef fprea.J Trev. 1, 

133. 
toschaken — toshake Angl. 3, 546; Pall. 

2, 240. 
toschiften — toschifte Trev. 1, 97. 
toslenten dtlaht: al fat heved toslente 

ff printed toflente) Fer. 4940. 
tosprdfeden — tospred fpart.J hom. 1, 147. 
tospringen — tospringe Al. L. a 1020. 
tosqvatten — shal tosqvatte **conteref\ 

WiCL. E. w. 461; tosqvat fpartj s. a. 

L. 16. 



toteren — toteoren Jul. 12; totar fpretj 

Al. L. c 530. 
tow^wen, 0. H. Germ, ziwahan, difflare ; 

to wo wen Angl. 3, 279. 
towenden — mid fiisendfeld prenches he 
fe herte topended hom. 2, 191; and 
towende ... a muchelere wradde Laj. 
29429. 
towinden ddvertere: fat al to pieces he 
towond Fer. 2568. 
td — cum to me a. r. 98; his soule mote 
cume te hevene misc. 155; cheosen him 
td lemmon spec. 62; ^ver ich brewestere 
... fat brSwef to fforj sale E. g. 354; 
to jere hoc anno. La?. 8039; p. s. 214; 
hie tuned t6 hire fif gaten hom. 2, 181. 
tojein — tojen Fer. 172; tegenes hom. 

2, 9. 
toname, M. L. Germ, toname, M. H. Germ. 
zuoname. 
to^en^ M. L. Germ, togen. 
toht — ifillid tojte Fe». 4390. 
tol — telle fdatj p. s. 237. 
tollunge allectatio, a. r. 204. 
tdm^ 0. H. Germ, (widar)zuomer Graff's 

SPRSCH. 5, QQQ. 
tdr, 0. H. Germ, zur-, Goth, tuz-, Ghr. 8o<;- ? 
totf — tofau, tofa, tofe fdat. pi. J leechd. 

3, 102. 
traice — traces = tresses, Fer. 5881. 
traitour^ 0. Fr. traitre, — treitres fpl.J h. 
M. 9. 

tratte — trate Fer. 1370. 

travail Fer. 2123. 

tredeiij Goth, trudan, O.Icel. troda pret trad 

pan-t trodinn, %ee Gr. gesch. d. d. spr. 

848, F. Kluge's beitr. z. germ. conj. 

40, — treden (pa/rt) Fer. 2297; troden 

Will. 3402. 
tree %ee tree. 
treje Angl. 4, 195. 
trejen — w§.r for fi herte treide (luxit) 

Horn ed. Horstm. 1313. 
tremblen Chauc. C. t. i 598. 
trenehannt^ O.Fr. trenchant ftranchantj, Fer. 

537. 
trenden — itrent fpartj Fer. 5881. 
treo, Gr. 86po, Sansor. cJJ^^ — ^rou 

Shoreh. 157; treopa fpl.J Luke 21, 29; 

tp6 treon "d/uo Ugna*\ a. r. 402; tree- 



81 



wen (dat. pi. J La?. 511; trepen Mark 

11, 8. 
treen Pall. 4, 916. 
treouite — treoujje s. a. l. 153; treufe 

Fer. 1281. 

tropjjelaes i/ruthleas, Orm. 188. 
trfowc 

treufol, A, Sax. (ge)treopfull, fidelis, a. r. 
203. 
treope^ A. Sax. treopa, trQpa, fides; trupan 

facc.J Mark 11, 22. 
treope — triwe Fer. 3502. 

treopllc, A. Sax. treoplTc, — treullche 
(adv. J La?. 5545; treuleche E. g. 357. 

treopscipe — treouscipe [treusipe] La?. 
6541. 
treopen — treupen (printed treujjen) misc. 

196. 
tres- 

trespas Mapes 348 (a. d. 241). 
tretis — fair & tretis Fer. 5883. 
treii, O.Fr. treti, Lat. tributum, tribute, (rm. 

trew) Fer. 4393. 
treu&ge^ O.Fr. treuage, truage, (ms. trewage) 

Horn ed. Lxjm. 1498; truwrige Fer. 1731. 
tribulacidn pr. c. 4133. 
trind^ M.L.Germ. trent (orhiaj, umme trent 

(trint) (circa). 
trinen — hi ne dorste hem trine Al. T. 429. 
tro) — trowes (pi.) Pall. 4, 916. 
Troinisc Trojan: \% Troinisce men La?. 1955. 
turble — trubuil h. m. 29. 
trufle Fer. 3459. 

trnken — trukie (pres. mbj.) h. m. 5. 
trukien — Jjat heo trukied . . . treode to 

halden La?. 16861; co7np. getrukien. 
trume — trome Fer. 2372. 
triist — trist to longe lif hom. 2, 75. 
triksten — comp. overtrilsten. 
tuggen — tugge (pres.) medit. 441. 
tuhten^ M.L.Germ. tuchten (gignere, discipli- 

nwre), — to Charlis host ajen fai tijtCe) 

Fer. 1015. 
turablen — his heved . . . tomblede on ])e 

sond Fer. 997. 
tun — lenten is come ... to toune (insz 

land gehomen) spec. 43; com/p. pikettin. 
tiinen — tine cl. m. 69; tun (imperat.) a. 

r. 104. 
tnnge — tunga leechd. 3, 102; his tunge 



bend ** vinculum lingvae ejus*\ Mark 7, 35; 
tunga, tunge (dat.) leechd. 3, 102; tun- 
gen (dat. pi.) HOM. 1, 93; tunge misc. 56. 

turet Fer. 2441. 

turment see torment. 

turn — torn Fer. 2019. 

turnen^ A. Sax. turnian, — ich ule turnen 
me a pei a. r. 76; turne riht t5 wronge 
A. D. 237; terne Fer. 869. 

turtle Al. L. b 129. 

tpe^en^ Goth, tveihnai, — tpeijen Mat. 18, 
20; tpejen (m^. tpeien) fragm. 1; tweje 
(m^. tweie) deles Trev. 3, 7; tpa (for 
tpejen) men Sax. chron. 262; tpeire 
(gen.) hom. 2, 95; tweire Fer. 311; twam 
(dat.) L. N. F. 217; bitweone twom (m^. 
two) monnen La?. 22968. 
tpelf — twelfe iferan La?. 1621; ])as 
twaelfe 25275; tweolve of fine witi3(e)n 
4368. 

tweoningf^ A. Sax. tpeonung, duhitatio : and 
weren a tw^ninge (ms. at wenjnge) misc. 
54. 

twicchen — twik (imper.) Pall. 6, 26; hure 
swerdes out fai twijte Fer. 1596. 

tpie, M. L. Germ, twie, twige. 

twig Chauc. C. t. I 391. 

tpinnen h. m. 27. 

tpinnunge — tpinninge h. m. 27. 

|»a — ])a da he polde hom. 1, 219; \k dae 
223; fa de 227; fo hom. 2, 5; Havel. 
291. 

|»ae see fe. 

|»ah — nute we on live feh (if) ho heo 
habbe to wife La?. 25678; fejh Angl. 
1, 7; hit nis no wonder fei me be wo 
Angl. 2, 254. 

|»an PR. c. 4712; bi dan hy that Ume, st. 
GEN. A. EX. 1023; fro dan dat he sin- 
gen bigan 188; bi fan he com bi fat 
barn Will. 220; fane (qvum) he cumed 
HOM. 2, 5; fonne fragm. 5. 

|»anc — he ciide him der of pel gret danc 
(7n8. dhanc) st. gen. a. ex. 1659; gode 
done i^anJcs to God, hom. 2, 11; on gode 
fanke hom. 2, 5; habben in his fonke 
HOM. 1, 29; & wende on his fonke fat 
hit were for undeawe La?. 3063; ifele 
fankes Mat. 15, 19; fonkes La?. 3791; 
gode fonkes a. d. 287. 

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82 



fancful, A. Sax. Jjancfull, thankful. 
fonkfullTche ihankfully, p. s. 156. 

|»ane see ]7an. 

|»aiien — fenne Havel. 1.185; fannes Angl. 
1, 15. 
feonepard a. r. 296. 

|»ankien — pe scnlan fonkian him fere mu- 
chele mildheortnesse hom. 1, 121; fonkie 
MISC. 81; ich hit Jjonkie fe hom. 1, 191; 
fe ich fonki . . . alle fine deden Jul. 61; 
(heo) Jjonke (sfuhj.) a. e. 256; he fonkede 
hire Las. 1261. 

|»ankiiig^ A. Sax. fancung, thanJcing, pr. c. 
7842; fankingis "gratias*\ Wicl. 2 kings 
8, 10. 

I^ar, A. Sax. far, — far pr. c. 361 ; far, 
f^r, ther, thare Sax. chron. 255, 261 & 
263; f^r, f&re John 11, 31 & 32; (he) 
dede hire fete ... fro Winchestre fer 
sho was Havel. 318; f^r aboute a. d. 
263; Will. 972; fer one hom. 2, 89; 
f^r on^^n Orm. 5304; fer again Will. 
1450; fer bifore p. s. 221; fer jen Ha- 
vel. 2271; fer inne, frinne Shoreh. 9 
frin AYENB. 34; fer mide a. r. 150 
f^T neh hom. 1, 43; f^r of fragm. 6 
frof Shoreh. 6; fer (for) til Havel. 396 
& 1443; fer ufenen Laj. 17696; fer 
uppon HOM. 1, 53; fer upon Mark. 21; 
Peter stod fer tite misc. 43; fer pidinne 

H. M. 11. 

|»arf — (we) forven leg. 211; heo furve 
fmbjunctj a. r. 172. 

mrfc — f8Brf John 16, 30. 

wrm — fearmes fpl.J Fer. 949. 

»iliwen — fawe Trev. 7, 355. 

>e, Lat (is)te, — f e creft fragm. 1 ; f e 
man leechd. 3, 98; his broder fa (=: 
fe) paBS eorl of Nordhamttinescire Sax. 
CHRON. 253; fa ffor feo) p^te leechd. 
3, 82; fe ffor fat) bred hom. 2, 97; after 
fan fe he haved idon p. l. s. VIII, 87; 
fe ffor fes) mannes hom. 2, 73; fe deo- 
fles A. R. 268; fe ffor f§re) assa fet 
HOM. 1, 5; bi fe tunge 41; bifore fe 
olde lage hom. 2, 3; ine fe ffor fam) 
londe hom. 1, 151; faet bed fe se lame 
on laig Mark 2, 4; bihealden fe ffor 
fene) forbodene appel hom. 2, 35; fene 
fule onkume . . . fa f e d(e)ovel haved in 



(e)op ibr6ht hom. 1, 149; fe ffor fa) tef 
LEECHD. 3, 104; fe pilde deor hom. 2, 
35; fa fe faet pord gehered Mark 4, 18; 
fa fe HOM. 1, 143; pe fe . . . misdod 
173; bi fe ffor fam) e^en 41; fa fe pas 
to l(e)of pre(c)che men to spenchen 175; 
feo stop John 19, 20; faet folc Luke 1, 
21; fat gode hors Fer. 244; fe fet ffor 
fe) is idel a. r. 212; faes fgen. m. n.J 
PRAGM. 5; an man faes name paes Jairus 
Luke 8, 41; fas folkes 1, 10; Oliver 
wax hoi sone fas Fer. 1387; fare fgen. 
f.) Luke 1, 10; heo bihaeihten fen kinge 
Laj. 1626; to fa (= fe?) dede hom. 1, 
121; in fa time misc. 29; fare fdat fj 
John 17, 11; to fare punda leechd. 3, 
86; f^re a. r. 54; bi fer heorte hom. 
1, 41; fene face. m.J fragm. 1; s. a. l. 
157; fan Fer. 2419; fa face, f.) John 
19, 17; fo MISC. 29; fa, feo f'pl.) fragm. 
1; alle fa fe wolden . . . Laj. 20479; 
fo Angl. 1, 13; HOM. 2, 3; misc. 27; 
fai do3ti(e) men Fer. 458; fara fgm. pl.J 
HOM. 1, 221; ejfer fe^res Orm. 2506; 
bi fan dagen hom. 2, 47; fa ilke pepne 
fa (fa?) fe apostel spekd of hom. 1, 
155; ich am on of fe a. d. 253. 

|»e — fa fae he hine beseag Mark 8, 24. 

J>e, A. Sax. fe, for far? fer de fMj nevre 
dead ne com hom. 1, 193. 

>e — for fui fprinted forf in) fragm. 2. 

>earf see f arf. 

»eau — fsep John 19, 40. 

>eder see fider. 

Jtef, O.Icel. fefr, odor, st. gen. a. ex. 3340. 

|»ein — feignes fpl.J Mat. 8, 9; feignen 
fdat. fl.) 28, 12. 

|»ftnchen hom. 1, 15; fenke Will. 4908; 
fenken [finken] on god Chauc. C. t. i 
708; thenkeste (= thenkest fu) Havel. 
578; ghe denked fms. dhenked) st. gen. 
A. EX. 2028; fene, fench fimperatj a. r. 
120 & 122; fenk. on me Al. T. 173; 
dogte fpret) st. gen. a. ex. 333. 

|»enken see fenchen. 

|»eode **gens*\ Luke 21, 10; feode fpl.) 
hom. 1, 15; alle fede f gentium) spsfeches 
Orm. 16057. 

|»e©f — hennes fu go fu fule feof Horn 
ED. LuM. 323; feofes fpl.) Mat. 6, 19; 



83 



])eoves (7)18. feoues), feves hom. 1, 15 
& 29; feove, feve (dat pi.) p. l. s. VIII, 
22; fieve Angl. 1, 9. 
feoillche — jjeillche Langl. ed. Wr. 
12755. 

jeoWe HOM. 1, 13; fefte misc. 31. 

>eon — feah (pretj Luke 2, 52. 

»eoster^ A. Sax. feoster, faster pi. ])eostru, 
olscurum; fuster o. a. n. 230; Jjeostra 
(pl.J Luke 11, 35; Jjeostran fdat. pi.) 
HOM. 1, 131; feostren Luke 12, 3. 
feosterful, A. Sax. feoster-, J)^sterfull, 
Mat. 6, 23. 

|»eostre^ M.H.Germ. dinster? — fe jjestere 
niht La?. 7563; filstrore fcompar.) misc. 
150. 

>eou — thewe fpl.) Al. L. c 2. 

>eop — co7np. ladteop. 

>eopc — ])eopen /«fc(j.y Luke 24, 17. 

>es HOM. 1, 33; Feb. 1146; fus [fes] dom 
La3. 16937; J)ies sprsece John 7, 36; 
))isse ^^w. f.) HOM. 1, 21; ])issen fdat. m.) 
Mat. 17, 20; ])isse, ))issere /^<?«^. /*.y Mat. 
12, 32 & 13, 22; fos /<??/.; misc. 29; fos, 
feos, Jjos HOM. 1, 49, 53 & 163; fus 
La?. 1250; fus, fuse Fee. 660 <& 1174; 
fisan (dat pi.) Mat. 27, 21. 

Jjickc — fat folk cam wel ])icke aboute 
o(u)re loverd leb. Jes. 411; dicke st. 
GEN. A. EX. 2988; he Jjankit him ficke 
fspi88e, crehro) destr. T. 9972; for ])enne 
Crist assoiled ficker (crehrim) men Wicl. 
E. w. 344. 

|»icn«s8e — ))iknesse Trev. 1, 45. 

|»ider — fuder Al. T. 202. 

|»in — fin moder John 19, 27; fin blisse 
FRAGM. 6; fines (gen. m.) fragm. 6; fi- 
nan (dat. m.) John 17, 12; fine a. r. 
26; of fine gode fragm. 6; finre (dat f.) 
Mark 7, 29; bi fine (for finre) tale a. 
R. 334; fin fet spec. 80; fin armes (rm. 
fi narmes) Will. ^^^\ finra (gen. pi.) 
HOM. 1, 111; for fine wounden spec. 82. 

|»iiig — fi foujt no fing i not c. l. 1050; 
fing (pi.) HOM. 1, 75; fing, finges a. e. 
52 & 286; finge (gen. pi.) Luke 1, 1; 
finge (dat pi.) Laj. 16042; o. a. n. 1540. 

|»6j A. Sax. fo, GoUh. faho, O.K. Germ, daha, 
lutvm, (printed jo, r. w. tough) Pall. 1, 
402. 



Jjoht — fouth Havel. 1190; ich am in 

grete fohte spec. 113. 

fohtful — fojtful Fl. a. Bl. 168. 
|»ole 

folemod — hwi nule we . . . beo fole- 
mode SPEC. 91. 
|»olien — folen hunger hom. 2, 35; folie 

MISC. 148; (fu) folest (pres.) La?. 4322; 

(he) foled 8285; 30 folied a. r. 188; 

fole (imperat) ayenb. 117; ich folie 

(suhjumt.) A. R. 352; foled (part) "Will. 

4514. 
|»onkien see fankien. 
|»ra — fe dupe river fat wilde was & thro 

Fer. 3968. 
|»r»sten — heo fresten (printed wresten) in 

uppon me a. r. 220; fo he wes at fe 

3ate out frast a. d. 260. 
I^ra^e — one fr5we misc. 79. 
|»ral R. s. VI (misc. 184); frel h. m. 7; 

fralles (gen.) c. l. 547; fralle (dat pi.) 

Al. T. 252. 
|)rawe — fro we (ins. fro wes, r. w. bio we) 

(pi.) S. A. L. 156. 

|»r^wen — f u f rewe (pret) Horn -ed. Lum. 

1172; mine lo(c)kes wore ifrowe Angl. 

3, 279. 
|)rean — f redo * (m.s. f redde) **increpavit*' , 

Mat. 17, 18. 
{treat — frete (dat.) misc. 190. 
jtreaten — (heo) fretiad (pres.) Lal 493; 

freatede (pret) **inerepavif\ Luke 9, 55; 

(printed f reated) Laj. 641 ; frette a. r. 

366; (r. w. lette) Havel. 1163; drette 

ST. GEN. A. EX. 2023. 

»r^tiiinge (ms. fretningue) s. a. l. 152. 

»reatunge — freting misc. 156. 

>ri, Sanscr. ^44^ — f rti dseges leechd. 

3, 134; fre niht ibid. 

friti — after fan frittie La?. 26631. 

|»ridde^ Lat tertius, Sanscr. WffT^^ 

Juries, M. H. Germ, dries, Laj. 26066*. 
|»rif, 0. Icel. f rif, incrementmn, fortuna ; f ref 

Fer. 2017. 
|»rifen — frive (ms. friue) Horn ed. Lum. 

620. 
I^rimnesse^ 0. H. Germ, drinissa, — f rem- 

nesse hom. 2, 137. 
J>rlii — hise sones frinne (for fri) Havel. 

716. 



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|»ringen — frungen ('p<vrt) Wicl. E. w. 319; 
comp. for^ringen. 

|»rote — frota leechd. 3, 106. 

|»ruh — one fruh of stone misc. 51; frouj 
Trev. 7, 535. 

|»riksten — i shal fristen uth fin heje (r. 
eje) Havel. 1152. 

|»tt (fu?) PBAGM. 6; feou Laj. 2978; j^e 
(for fou) hest ayenb. 20; wil(t) te (for 
tu) Havel. 528; for to preise fe selve 
Feb. 158. 

|»unchen — Jjinchen hom. 1, 33; fenche 
MISC. 35; fu jjinchest (pres.) misc. 84; 
heom funchef fragm. 5; finched hom. 2, 
220; ])inc]) p. l. s. VIII, 3*; ))ink)) misc. 
58; fingd HOM. 1, 145; (heo) punched 
119; Jjunche (mlj.J Laj. 13584; Kath. 
278; finke* Langl. b 18, 249; ])uhte 
(pretj HOM. 1, 129; dugte (ms. dhugte) 
ST. GEN. A. EX. 407; fucte (? printed 
futte), J)uste Laj. 4435 & 5268. 

|mner — ))unres (printed wunres) (gen.) 
hom. 1, 43. 

fonderclap thimder-clap, Chauc. C. t. i 
174. 

|»uneren — funrede (pretj John 12, 29; 
thunret destr. T. 3691. 

]>ttniie5 Gr. xavu-, Sanscr. r|H«» 

|»urfen — heom ne forte n^vere dr^de s. a. 

L. 154. 
|»ttrh — lac . . . furh ])*re fu pere alese(d) 

from helleplte fragm. 6; furh elleoven 

3ere fe king wunede fere Laj. 31871; 

forh 283; furhc, fur Sax. chron. 263 

& 264; furjh, furth Will. 635 & 655; 

fur leechd. 3, 94. 

furhsechen — furhseched (pres.J hom. 2, 
191; furhsiclief hom. 1, 165. 

furhseon — furhsihd (pres.J hom. 2, 222. 

furhut — fourhout al France p. s. 193. 
|»url — furle (datj a. r. 344; furies (plj 

A. R. 50. 
|»arleii — furlede (pret.J Trev. 7, 349. 
|»urst misc. 37; furst, first hom. 2, 35 

& 75; ferst Fer. 2810; thrist, threst 

PR. c. 3254 & 6204; furste (datJ La?. 

18951. 
(mrsten — ne schal him furste nevere misc. 

85; (hio) firsted (pres.J Mat. 5, 6. 
|»tt8 — fus old A. D. 253. 



I^dsend — feoper ftisend manne Mat. 15, 

38; mid teon ftisenden Luke 14, 31. 

fusendfald — fusendfeld hom. 2, 191. 

|»peorh^ A. Sax. fpeorh, perversm: fpeore 

cneores Mat. 17, 17. 
uhte, 0. H. Germ, uohta. 

uhtsong, A. Sax. uhtsang, O.K. Germ, uhti- 

sang, 0. Icel. ottusOngr, — uhtensang 

Orm. 6360. 

umbe^ Gr. aficpt, see Curtius' grundzCge (5. 

AUFL.) 293 and Kuhn's zeitschr. 23, 

134, — umbo fro we spec. 25; sevre um 

pile Sax. chron. 262. 

umltiken circumcludere ; umliikes (pres.J c. 

M. 22705. 
umbrune 
umbridei, O.Icel. imbrudagr. 
imbripike (rns. ymbri-) emher-weeh a. r. 
70*. 



un- 



unachteled inaestimatus, st. gen. a. ex. 

796. 
onarmed unarmed, atenb. 170. 
unbein, O.Icel. ubeinn, impromptus, Angl. 

4, 186. 
unbicumelic hom. 1, 135. 
unbigged, Swed. objggd, inoidtus, Orm. 

3199. 

unbigunnen not hegun, Orm. 18574. 
unblessid Wicl. ecclus 27, 24. 
unblisse trisUtia, fragm. 5. 
unboht Angl. 1, 10; a. d. 296. 
unbotllc irremediahle : unboteliche lure h. 

M. 17. 
unbowed unhowed, Chauc. Boet. 4, 7 

(148). 
uncunde, A. Sax. uncjnde, unnatural. 

uncundelich — unkindelike (adv.J Ha- 
vel. 1250. 
undeadlicnesse — undedlicnesse hom. 2, 

33; undeadlinesse Wicl. wisd. 3, 4. 
undemed injudicatus, Orm. 16725. 
undep not deep. Sax. chron. 262. 
undeore, A. Sax. undeore, not dear, a. r. 

408. 
unefenllch — unevenli (m^s. vneuenli) 

**iniqye\ Wicl. genes. 16, 5. 
unended, A. Sax. ungeendod, infinite, st. 

GEN. A. EX. 3518. 

unernod unearned, hom. 2, 33. 



r 



85 



unfgele — onvele s. a. l. 153. 
unfaepe not few, Orm. 792. 
unvonded **mtentaiM8** , a. r. 232. 
unforgolden hom. 1, 41. 
unforgult without guilt, h. m. 43. 
unfreined non interrogatm, a. r. 338*. 
unfreond, M. H. Germ, unvriunt, intmicm ; 

onfreondes fpl.J Laj. 17612*. 
unfulhtned not hapUzed, Orm. 16895. 
unghere, A. Sax. ungeare, mox ? st. gen. 

A. EX. 3047. 
ungod A. D. 235. 
unhelde, A. Sax. unhselfl, — unhel])e 

MISC. 108. 
unherli, A. Sax. unhierllc Blickl. hom. 

203, 0. Icel. ahyrligr, immanis. 
unhersumnesse, A. Sax. unhersumness. 
unhold *Hnimi<yu8'\ Mat. 13, 28. 
unhope hom. 1, 251. 
unifele, A. Sax. ungefele, tnsensibilis? mid 

univele fingen Laj. 21744. 
ounilo3e, Germ, ungelogen, without a lie, 

Fer. 511*. 
unimet, A. Sax. ungemet, excess; unimete 

fdat.J A. R. 74. 
unisibbe inimicitia, Laj. 9845. 
uniwider, A. Sax. ungepider Blickl. hom. 

125. 
unla^eful unlawful. 

unlahfulllche unlawfully, spec. 53. 
unlodnesse innocence, a. r. 340. 
unlede Al. T. 333. 
unleffal destr. T. 13686. 
unligel? hom. 2, 131. 
unlust Chauc. C. t. i 680. 
unlusti — unlustie fpl.J h. m. 43. 
unma3e, A. Sax. unmaga Schmid's gloss., 

impotens; on-, ounmawe Fer. 2658 & 

2766. 
unmaht impotent; unmahte ^dat. m.J a. d. 

297. 
unmed — unmed muchel bird Jul. 4. 
unmibte, A. Sax. unmiht, Kath. 1022; 

unmibt /"ms. vnmyft, r. w. liht) a. d. 

290. 
unmihti, A. Sax. unmebtig, 0. Icel. limst- 

tugr, hom. 2, 35. 
unnut — unnet hom. 1, 161; Angl. 1, 7. 
unnutte, M. S. Germ, unnuzze ? unnitt 

Orm. 8059. 



unribt, A. Sax. unribt, — unrijt Wicl. 

ECCLUS 5, 10. 
unrude — ounrlde Fer. 747; fe unri- 

deste Havel. 1985. 
unsawen unsown; uusOwe Chauc. append. 

BOET. 180. 

unskajjeful innoxius, Orm. 1176. 
unskil MISC. 148; unskile hom. 1, 65. 
unslagen unslain, st. gen. a. ex. 1332. 
unstedefast Trev. 1, 357. 
unstrang infirmus — unstrengre (compa/r.) 

A. R. 222. 
unstrengde Kath. 1027. 
unsunde — unsounde a. d. 263. 
untojen — untoun spec. 32. 

untobellcbe hom. 1, 247; h. m. 17. 
untrepenesse — untreunesse p. l. s. VIII, 

134. 
untrumnesse, A. Sax. untrymness, — un- 

trumnisse John 11, 4. 
untpemet, -tpeamet undivided, Jul. 54 & 

55. 
unfeawed — unfroped Orm. 2186. 
unwar Wicl. pro v. 23, 28. 
unwedded unwedded, leg. 80; unpeddede 

fpl.J H. M. 13. 
unpelde — bis limes am unpelde misc. 3. 
unwepned — unpepnede fpl.J hom. 2, 

191. 
unwraest 

unwrestlicbe — unpreastliche a. r. 294. 
unpunne, M. H. Germ, unwunne, — un- 

pun(n)e hom. 1, 71. 
unpurdi, 0. H. Germ, unwirdiger, — un- 

worfi SPEC. 73. 

Ull- 

unbalden — ounbelde Angl. 3, 280. 
unbenden — unbende fpretj Gow. 1, 

108. 
uncnutten — unknitten Chauc Bobt. 5, 

3 (154); unknette Trbv. 2, 43. 
undutten — unditte S. b. w. 254. 
unfalden — unf§ld fpretj Luke 4, 17. 
unb^ren, Germ. entb§,ren, depUwre; un- 

heerid **dep%laiM£\ Wicl. Ez. 29, 18. 
unbelien — ounhelid fpwrtj Fee. 586. 
unlosen unloose, Langl. b 17, 139. 
unspurne hick or push open, Horn ed. 

LuM. 1074. 
unwrihen — oiinwde Fbb. 1849; unprlh 



86 



fimperat) A. R. 316; unwreij fpret.J Al. 

T. 434; unprogen (part) Luke 17, 30. 
unwurfion — unpurJeJ (pres.J hom. 2, 

181. 
un- 

unto Havel. 2399. 

UnC FRAGM. 7. 

unche — enclien fpl) Fer. 4660. 
under — under are stundc La?. 16501. 
imderfangen — underfongo a. d. 257; 

undervongest fpres.) hom. 1, 51. 
underfon hom. 1, 65; (he) underfo fpres. 

suibj,) 119. 
under^iten — underjete S. c. d. j. 41. 
understanden pereipere, accipere — under- 
stonde Havel. 2814; Josep pel faire 
him understod st. gen. a. ex. 2393; 
understoden him mid procession hom. 
2, 89. 
understipren svffidcire, a. r. 142. 
undern Uie time from nine to twelve o'clock 
in tlie morning — at ]}on heje undarne 
MISC. 56. 
unker fragm. 7. 

uniien — (heo) unned fpres.J a. r. 22. 
uiinunge^ M. H. Germ, gunnunge, favour, a. 

R. 282. 
up — fe prophete stod ... in ))e vcnne 
up to his mude hom. 1, 47; hu ha . . . 
up breided euch ^n his sunnen 253; jel- 
den up A. R. 266; & here)) up his h^fed 
Orm. 1297; op nime mscipere, ayenb. 83; 
op 3elde Fer. 4015. 

upan — Jjaet sp^tlln fe paBs upon (earlier 

text uppan) his heafde John 20, 7; & 

habbed atter uppon heore heorte hom. 

1, 51. 

upbreid Al. L. c 155. 

upgang, A, Sax. upgang, ortu8 ; upgange 

fdat.J leechd. 3, 98. 
upheping accumulation, Chauc. Boet. 2, 3 

(37). 
upriht — i ne mai stonde upriht (up 
riht?) A. D. 246. 
uppen — uppe [uppen] Jjere Tambre La5. 

28544; upen hom. 1, 243. 
upper^ M. L. Germ, uppers. 
Arc — lire aire land Orm. 7491; oure 

Chauc. C. t. a 823; our Fer. 2629. 
Ar« — tires hlafordes hom. 1, 235; tiren 



fdat. in.) Luke 1, 73; urne (ace. ni.J Luke 
17, 5; uren fdat pi.) Luke 1, 71. 

usaunce^ O.Fr. usance, usance, Fer. 2217. 

ut — b(rin)gen fe tit aBt ])ire dure fragm. 
6; mankin . . . pas l§sed ut of helle 
Orm. dedic. 166; hire ut num(e)ne (ex- 
quisite) feire Jul. 7; qvan he peren ut 
tune pent st. gen. a. ex. 2311; he gan 
out broke (erumpere) Fer. 2996; fare cam 
an naddre out J)e gras leg. 54. 
outgangel? Angl. 4, 197. 

utcn, A. Sax. putum Mark 12, 7*; see Gr. 
GRAM. 4, 89. 

utter mest^ for utemest, uttermost, Trev. 1, 
75. 

uJtc — ithes (pi.) DESTR. T. 1992. 

u?el, O.Fris. O.Dutch evel, — fat heo him 
uvel walden La?. 7686; efel Mat. 7, 17; 
evel Angl. 1, 14; ivle (adv.) Fer. 2557. 

UYemest — an ovemast in summo, c. l. 715. 

ufcr, A. Sax. ufor, O.Icel. ofar, superius, Orm. 
1715; uvere, O.Icel. 5fri. 

valour^ O.Fr. valor, valur, valour, — a kniht 
of valour a. d. 259. 

?assalage, 0. Fr. vassalage, vassalage, Fer. 
1671. 

va?asour^ O.Fr. vavassour, vavasor, Fer. 430. 

?ers(e)len^ O.FV. verseiller, say versides, — 
versalie (pres. suhj.) a. r. 120. 

vigour^ 0. Fr. vigour, vigour, Fer. 961. 

fisage — fisage Fer. 1079. 

yisiteu — visiti misc. 28. 

wa — fat us pa (printed wa) ded Jul. 51 ; 
pa la, pel la (le) fragm. 6 & 8; a wei 
c. L. 188. 
pasid — peaslfes (pi.) fragm. 8. 

pac — woe, wok MISC. 93 & 135; pake 
(pi.) Orm. 13671; poke a. r. 268. 
pacllc — pacllche (adv.) h. m. 9. 

wacche Fer. 1696. 

wacchen^ A. Sax. pasccan. 

paden — wade Al. L. a 548; wod (pret.) 
Fer. 591. 

p«de — weden [wede] (dat. pi.) Laj. 23773. 

pie^e 

wejescale, A. Sax. p^gscalu, M. H. Germ. 
wageschale, Ubrae lanx, (ms. weje-) arch. 
57, 313. 

p«l, M. L. Germ, wel ? 

wal see wel. 



87 



wsllen see wellen. 

w»nc — peane Jul. 46. 

•pansum — wansom Perce v. 1065. 
wsene see wene. 
p%pen TT- psfepen fpl.J Orm. 4556; pafepne 

Luke 11, 22; papne hom. 2, 11; wepne 

Fer. 171; papnen fdat pl.J hom. 2, 9. 

pepman — wepmon misc. 85; peopmen & 
pummen a. r. 10; wapmen misc. 151. 
pepmankin Orm. 4092. 
wsepnien — wepue (im'per.) La?. 17945. 
was see wesen. 
psestme see pastum. 

W»t pet ST. GEN. A. EX. 2356. 

p»te — Jjane p^eten leechd. 3, 120; pa- 
ten, paetun (pi) 3, 82 & 86. 
wa^ — pajhes (pi.) Orm. 6825. 
wa)e, M.L.Germ. wage /*.. — wajes, wawes 

(pi) Fer. 1343 & 1345. 
wageii — wage Trev. 7, 321. 
waggen — wagginge as a reed Trev. 7, 

321. 
pain — waines (pi) Trev. 7, 355. 
waiten — me callej) me . . . waite glede 

(Tend-the-fire) spec. 47. 
pake^ M. L. Germ. wake. 
pakieii — wake Will. 2007; pakiiude (part) 

A. R. 144; comp. onpakien. 
pal — palles, palle (pi) p. l. s. VIII, 21; 

HOM. 1, 163. 
wald^ O.Ieel vOllr (campus) y — wolde (dat.) 

MISC. 38; walde (pi) Laj. 16265. 
paid — wold Fer. 3324; fet alle fing ha- 

ved on pealde Angl. 1, 31. 
waldeii — wolde Horn ed. Lum. 308; peal- 

ded, pelded (pres.) Jul. 4 & 5; pialded 

Angl. 1, 11; pealded **dominaniMr'\ Mat. 

20, 25; welden (pret) La3. 183. 
wale — feres pale st. gen. a. ex. 888. 
pallen — wallinde hot fervid^s, misc. 149. 
walteren — waltre Trev. 7, 203. 
walwen — fe wawes walwede affein fe wal 

Fer. 1345. 
pambe — pombe fragm. 7; pombe (gen.) 

hom. 2, 11. . 
wAn, O.Icel van, von? see Zupitza's note to 

Guy of Warw. 10329, chance, plenty, — 

won Fer. 3571; nis fer non ofer won 

p. s. 149; ne con ich me no wone l. n. 

F. 215. 



wandriiige Langl. a prol. 7. 
pange Luke 6, 29. 

wang-, wongtoof Wicl. judges 15, 19. 
wanleii — wanie Fer. 1645. 
wannessc wanness, *^livof\ Wicl. prov. 20, 

30. 
pauunge — ponunge hom. 2, 35; woning 

c. L. 228. 
panunge — poaning fragm. 5. 
par — war Fer. 4635; war & wis spec. 30. 

warllche — pearllche hom. 1, 245. 

warschipe — parsipe rel. ant. 1, 218 
(misc. 14), 
warant — warannt misc. 94. 
ward — wardes men wardsmen, La^. 19304. 
parde^ M. L. Germ, warde, — under godes 

parde h. m. 7; wardes specfdae, Fer. 1344. 
wardicn — warde leg. 19. 
pare — ware a. d. 297. 
parieii — curse or warie Wicl. Eom. 12, 

14; perged (pres.) Mark 7, 10; ])e pere- 

gede gastes hom. 1, 239. 
warierc maledictor: cursere or wariere Wicl. 

1 Corinth. 5, 11. 
parmen^ A. Sax. pjrman, — purme (imper.) 

LEECHD. 3, 114; permde (pret.) John 

18, 18. 
warnesse^ A. Sax. paerness. 
parnieii — to warnie fe beforn Fer. 1808; 

))at warnef men from wo spec. 35; heo 

hi pernad pid drunkenesse hom. 1, 111; 

bute jif god ham parnie a. r. 270. 
parninge — warninge leg. 95. 
warp^ M.L.Germ. warp. 
warroke? Langl. 4, 19 (20). 
was see wesen. 
paschcn — woshen a. d. 262; wosch (pret.) 

ARCH. 57, 241; (hi) wesso misc. 29; 

paschen, ipeschen (part.) hom. 1, 157 & 

159. 
w&se^ M. L. Germ. wase. 
pastum — paestmes (pi) Mat. 7, 1 7; paestme 

(gen. pi) 21, 34; paestman (dat. pi) 7, 16. 
pater — pat water Al. T. 190; peter 

(printed weter) Angl. 1, 15; paetere, pa- 

tere (pi) Mat. 14, 28 & John 3, 23; 

wateres Laj. 2007; pateres a. r. 402. 

paterfet *'hyd/riam*\ John 4, 28; pater- 
fate (pi) 2, 6. 

Watergate water-gate, Fer. 4651. 



se 



f>atreiij M.L.Germ, weteren. 
wa|»e 

wotheli, O.Icel. vadaligr, perUomly, destb. 
T. 8827. 

fkfty A. Sax, pa]?e(?), O.SMerm. w§wo, — 
of fan "pope hom. 2, 197; wo we fpl.J 
MISC. 139; pS-pen fdat pl.J hom. 1, 87. 

wawen^ A. Sax. papan, 0, H. Germ, wahan, 
waian, Goih. vaian, flare; comp. to wo wen. 

wax — pex HOM. 2, 47. 

paxen — pexen hom. 2, 69; (hit) wext 
fprea.J ayenb. 119; wexinde (part.) rel. 
ANT. 1, 184 (misc. 128); weoxen (pret.) 
Laj. 7165. 

paxte^ O.H.Germ. wahst, statu/re: on pacste 
hom. 1, 77. 

pedden — weddede (pret.) leg. 81; (hio) 
peddeden Luke 22, 5; iwedded (part) 
Lai. 9568. 

peder — wedere (dot.) Laj. 4603; of fe 
bote weder Will. 2440. 

pe^en — pei^en hom. 2, 222. 

wcjfre, M.L.Germ. M.H.Germ. weger. 

wegge^ M.L.Germ. wegge, wigge. 

weggen^ M.L.Germ. weggen. 

pci, related to Lat. via, vea (for Yeh3L)j from 
pe^en, — pel John 14, 5; wei, waBi, wai 
Laj. 1348, 15548 & 28430; wei (ms. 
wey) Will. 205 ; a we^, A. Sax. a, on 
yegf Orm. 3196; he geng]) ... a wei 
[pai] pard o. a. n. 376; a wif fat is a 
wai ward (wayward) Will. 3985; weijes, 
wejes /^m«. weies) (gen.) leg. 156 & 181; 
ofer wejes (ms. weyes) Mibc 602 ; summes 
peis H. M. 9; weijes [wejes (m». weyes)] 
(pi.) Laj. 26915; weijes, wejes (ms. weies, 
weyes) Will. 1224, 2131 & 2207; peo- 
3es, pejes (ms. peies) hom. 1, 5 & 7; 
pejes A. R. 78. 
weibrSde, M.L.Germ. wegebrede. 

weilen %ee wailen. 

weifcii Bee waiven. 

weke^ M.L.Germ. weke. 

pel — wei sone Horn ed. Lum. 42; a wei 
old cherl Will. 4; wsel la (le) euge. La?. 
12805 & 23252. 
welfare, M.L.Germ. wolvare. 

pel — se h&lend sset set fam pelle John 
4, 6. 

wM, A. Sax. pel Grein's gloss. 2, 656, 



ornamentum? al fat w^l & al fat gold 
La3. 8111. 

pdde — free of heorte of wisdSm wilde 
MISC. 96. 

welde^ M.L.Germ. welde, — fat j mote fe 
SCO on cristen mannes welde Fer. 3716 

peldeii^ O.Icel. pret. olli, voldi part, valdit 
voldit, — wilde (m8. wylde) Fer. 5179 
to welden al fis worldes winne c. l. 183 
pelded (=pealded?) (pres.) hom. 1, 153 
pelt H. M. 7; pelde (pret.) hom. 2, 119 
pealde Sax. chron. 250; wolde Laj. 2440 
pelten st. gen. a. ex. 840; pealt (part.) 
Kath. 190; til he pas on fe rode pold 
ST. GEN. A. EX. 255; fat fis baret on 
hwat(e) is wold (suppressed) Havel. 1932. 

pele — pele, peole hom. 1, 145; peolan 
(gen.) pragm. 6; peolaen (pi.) fragm. 6; 
pelena (gen. pi.) hom. 1, 111; pelen (dat. 
pi.) Luke 8, 14; peolen fragm. 6. 
welefulnesse Chauc. Boet. 1, 4 (21). 

welewcn see welhen. 

welhen — welwef (pres.) Trev. 7, 477. 

pclepungc marcor? h. m. 35. 

Welisc see Walisc. 

welken — welkef (pres.) Trev. 1, 77. 

welle, L. Germ, welle f. (fons), fluetm, — 
wsbIIo [welle] Laj. 17025; swulcbe fisces 
in Wffille (ms. walle, r. w. hulle) [wille] 
21334; fan welle [wille] 19771; feos 
welle LEB. Jes. 322. 
waellestream, A. Sax. pyllestroam, well- 
stream, (m>s. walle-) Lai. 2849. 
puUepaeter leechd. 3, 90. 

welleB^ M. L. Germ, well en, — he polled 
(fluit) of fe h(e)orte hom. 1, 159. 

wellen^ A. Sax. pyllan, M. H. Germ, wellen, 
volvere? to fan scipen waelden (carried?) 
Lai. 1131; heo weopen . . . and heore 
V8BX fseire waelden to volde 21874. 

pelite^ M. L. Germ, welde f. 

penchen^ 0. H. Germ, wenken (dedinare, dis- 
cedere)? pended ou ant penched frommard 
him A. R. 98. 

penden — wienden s. a. l. 158; pend 
(imperat) a. r. 100; wend fe hider Lai. 
24177; (fu) wendest (pret.) Lai. 5057. 

pendi — pindi of pisdOm Kath. 376. 

wenen^ 0. L. Germ, wennian. 

p^nen — wene Will. 554; man mai longe 



89 



lives wene misc. 36; fu penest ('pres.) 

HOM. 1, 7. 
wening weaning, ahlactabvOy Wicl. genes. 21, 

8. 
w^uinge Chauc. Bobt. 5, 6 (172). 
wenne^ M. L. Germ. weno. 
weod — piedes ('pl.) hom. 2, 129. 
weodeu^ M. L. Germ, weden. 

weoh 

weofed— wMde [wefde] (dat) Las. 8089; 
wevedes fprinted wenedes) (pl.J Tkev. 1, 
161. 
peorc — weork s. a. l. 150; werk Havel. 

866; perc fplj Mat. 23, 5; peorc, }?erkes 

HOM. 1, 23 & 99; werkes Laj. 5979; 

perkes a. k. 118; perke (gen. pl.) hom. 

1, 9; prcan /^<^fl^^. ^/.^ hom. 1, 109; 

purken misc. 193;. -perke hom. 2, 220; 

werke misc. 58. 

werkdai, M. H. Germ, werctac, — perke- 
daj Orm. 11315. 
weored — perd Luke 6, 17. 
peoreld — pereld hom. 2, 99; werld Feb. 

12^ peorlde fgen.J Mat. 13, 39; hom. 1, 

21; lie beo ever ihejed from porlde to 

-porlde A. E. 430. 
peorpen — p(e)orp (imperat.) a. r. 478; 

perpinde fpa/rt.J hom. 2, 175; parp, perp 

fpretj HOM. 1, 41 & 129; fu purpe 

pragm. 6; (heo) wurpen misc. 151. 
pepen — peopinde fpartj pragm. 5; peop, 

piop fpret.J John 20, 11; wep, wepte 

Will. 33 & 50; iwopen (part.J l. n. p. 

215. 
per, Lat vir, Samor. ^PQR/TierosJ. 

werble — werbeles (pl.J Trev. 1, 355. 
perc, M. K. Germ, wer /*., — al englene 

pere fhostj hom. 1, 195. 
peri John 4, 6; weri Will. 2236. 
pcrien — peren hom. 1, 69; (he) pered 

fpres.J A. R. 312; (heo) peried*246; pere 

fe . . . a3ean me 400. 
p^rgunge wea/rying, a. r. 252. 
wermod Pall. 11, 344. 
pernen — werne, wurne Trev. 7, 329. 
pernien see parnien. 

pfrre, M.L.Germ. werre, O.Fr. werre, gverre. 
werrien — fat he peorri mi pit Marh. 3. 
wesde, M.L.Germ. wesele. 
wesen — pses, pes, peas fpretj Sax. chron. 



249; efter fet he pes arisen hom. 1, 141; 

of his oth ne was him nSuth Havel. 313; 

(hi) paeron, pseran Sax. chron. 250; p^ 

ran John 17, 6; hu heo ivaren weoren 

[were] hmv ihey had fa/red, Laj. 26610; 

fu p^re fmbjunct.) Orm. 5620; fat hire 

nevere s^l nere (should he J Laj. 12875; 

in muche murfe he were spec. 39; war 

n(e) fwere it not that) som hope ware pr. 

c. 7264... 
wesseil, for wes heil, wassatl, Havel. 1246. 
wesseilen wassail, Havel. 2098. 
p^sterne, A. Sax. poestern. 
picke — picci Sax. chron. 264; wikke 

clones Havel. 2458. 
wicked — wikkeder fcompar.) Fer. 2187. 
wid — fa scipen foren wide Laj. 100. 
widen. M.L.Germ. widen. 
widene^ M. H. Germ, witene, witen, see (xr. 

GRAM. 3, 204, late: widene cud Laj. 161; 

widen iwalken 112 ; wende i widene 

Langl. a prol. 4. 
pider see hpider. ^ 

pidepe^ Rms. BAOBa, Sanscr. t^^^l* 
pif — wif and man Havel. 1713; pife, 

wive fdat) o. a. n. 1334; pifes (pl) 

HOM. 1, 49; wife, wiven (gen. pl.) Laj. 

25496 & 28477; pifan fdat pl.) Mat. 

14, 21; HOM. 1, 111. 

pifmankin womankind, Orm. 3058. 
wi^c — wi3h, weijh Will. 281 & 565; 

wie fms. wye) Langl. b 12, 291. 
piht, A. Sax. puht, — wihte fdat. pl.) c. 

L. 1449. 

wiht 

pihtful, A. Sax, pihtfull, ponderosus, gra- 
vis, A. R. 268. 
wilit, M.L.Germ. wicht f gravis), — fe wijte 

Fer. 456. 

wihtllche — wi3tlTche Fer. 5384. 
pike, A. Sax. piece Sax. chron. 80, — 

wikene [wekene] fgen. pl.) Laj. 22931. 
pike office — piken fpl.) hom. 2, 183. 
wiken, Gr. sfxeiv. 
wikien — in litele wones wike Angl. 4, 

194. 
pilde — (h)is wilde lore a. d. 246. 

wildsom, 0. Icel. villusamr. 
wilde see pelde. 
wil)e, M.H.Germ. wilge. 

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90 



fOlt Mat. 18, 4; after heore willen Laj. 

31650; )>ou shalt have . . . weder after 

wille A. D. 298; an willen Lai. 1102. 
pillcBj see ZEiTSCHK. 19, 158, — on hpilche 

halve h(e)o pilen falle (eadent) hom. 1, 

153; wolde (mB. uuolde) (pretj Sax. 

CHRON. 260; palde hom. 1, 5; fat heo 

him uvel walden [wolde] Laj. 7686. 
wilnien — he . . . wilnede fees maeidenes 

Laj. 3202. 
wimhclj M, L. Germ, wemel. 
pin^ GoUh, vein, — pines fpl.J a. b. 376. 

pinberie — pinberian fplj leechd. 3, 
114. 
wiud — pinden fdat pl.J Mark 13, 27. 
pinden — Oliver ... til him wond Feb. 

892. 
winninge fms. wynnygge) ayenb. 23. 
pinter — winter fpl.J Havel. 417; pintre 

(dat pl.J HOM. 1, 159; 2, 220; Angl. 

1, 6. 
wir — wire fdat.J Tbev. 1, 355. 
pis, for *pist, *pitt, frmn piten. 

pisllche — i wot wisli Will. 2947. 
pis — J?e pisa mon hom. 1, 111; wisuste 

fmperlatj misc. 102. 
pise, A. Sax. pis, — on ofre plsen pbagm. 

1; pisen fdat pl.J hom. 1, 109; A. b. 

318; on monie pise fbagm. 1; on tpo 

pise HOM. 2, 9. 
pisien — wisse Will. 2110; pisef fprea.J 

PBAGM. 8; Crist ))e wisse (directj Hobn 

ED. LuM. 1457. 
pit we two, John 17, 11; pbagm. 7. 
pit — pittes fgen.J Obm. 4677. 

pitleas — witlease fpl.J ayenb. 86. 
pite, A. Sax. piota Sax. chbon. 48, pute 

Alpb. Gbeg. p. c. 2. 
plte^e HOM. 1, 43; pitegen fgen.J Mabk 1, 

2; pitegen fdat pl.J Mat. 7, 15. 
piten — witen Chauc. C. t. e 1740; fu 

schalt . . . witen hure wille Hobn ed. 

LuM. 288; so foul he him wiste p. s. 

220; heo pisten hom. 1, 19; wist fpartj 

Will. 2705. 
piten tueri — whom schal i it wite Will. 

458; to witen (witen?) us wi)) fan un- 

wihte MISC. 72; i wite fma. wyte) fpres.J 

SPEC. 39 (a. d. 161); he pited & pialded 

alle fing Angl. 1, 11; pit p. l. s. VIII, 



42; fe deofel ... pit fpercewesj heo hom. 
1, 21; fet pit fgtmrdsj & pered tis a. b. 
312; )>e vif pittes ]>et pited fe heorte al 
se pakemen 14; and witef fis castel so 
wel c. L. 825; wit fmptiiej fat fe solve 
Ebb. 5127; witef f keep J me fro schafe 
Will. 3008; pite flookj 30 fet 30 3emen 
fenne fr. fene) halie sunne dei hom. 1, 
11; fet tu pite me pid ham a, b. 28; 
Crist . . . wite his soule fro helle pine 
Havel. 405; i wot soio, destb. T. 536; 
fu hit post La3. 15836; he . . . fat hine 
ful pot fwlio knows that he is fmdj 0. A. n. 
236; we wuten scimus, leb. Jes. 286; 
puted ffor puten) a. b. 252; 50 puten 
soitis, A. B. 236; (heo) witen [witef] Lai. 
15060; hie puten hom. 2, 161; pite 
fsvhj.J Obm. 5710; pite fu s&ias, a. b. 
90; wite fu MISC. 47; god (h)it wite 
Havel. 517; god hit pute a. b. 250. 

witieu — witien heom fram sunne s. a. l. 
154; wetie E. g. 357. 

witien^ O.Icel. vita, hlanie: jof al fis gilt ihc 
am to wite Fl. a. Bl. 723; fe whiche 
two of al fis wo i wite Chau(? C. t. 
b 3860; hare overherren pitid ham & 
wradded h. m. 29. 

pia* — fa spoken tpegen peres pid foumj 
hine Luke 9, 30; neb pid ftoj neb hom. 
1, 61; mud pid mude hom. 2, 105; pid, 
pid, pit p. L. s. VIII, 114, 115 & 151; 
never schal fo him stonde wif c. l. 701; 
and witef fis castel . . . wif fagamstj 
arwe and wif qwarel 826; pit f printed 
fit) Havel. 997. 

pifcpefen, A. Sax. pidcpedan, pbagm. 1. 
pifseggen — i wifsegge fpres.J Hobn ed. 

LuM. 1276. 
pidstepen coercere? 
piduten — widute fan volke Laj. 26215. 

wi|»e 

wife-, wefewinde, M.L.Germ. wedewinde 
fconvolwlvsj, Langl. c 8, 163. 

witter 

widerhap fortuna adversa — widerhep 

Laj. 405. 
widerward — wif er ward Dav. db. 20. 

wi?ien^ M.L.Germ. wiven, — wivi ffns. wy- 
uy) Feb. 2096. 

placli^ M. L. Germ, wlack. 



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wUppen see lappen. 

platien^ M. L. Germ, wlaten. 

plecchunge tepor? h. m. 45. 

wli&pen lisp; wlispit fpretj Barb. Br. 1, 
393; see lispen. 

pod — wodo houudes atenb. 70; woden 
fdat pi) La?. 19092. 

wodnesse Al. L. b 474. 

po^en — popude (pret) a. r. 390. 

poh — pope domes fragm. 7. 

polciie^ M. H. Oerm. wolke m. f„ — se 
polcne Sax. chron. 249; ])a wolcne gon 
to dunien La?. 27452; ))ero weolcne [fare 
wolkne] he was swide nih 2883. 

pord — pord, peord, porde, pordos fpLj 
HOM. ], 47, 57, 65 & 93; wordes [word] 
LAr. 3702; porde o. a. n. 1715; pordes 
A. R. 76; porden fdat pi.) Luke 1, 20; 
porde p. L. s. VIII, 6; hie ne mihtcn 
mid porde here blisse tellen hom. 2, 115. 

wrac^ O.Icel. rakkr, ammosm? of heorte wrac 
LEG. 12. 

prsche — jif fu hevedest preche inumen 
HOM. 1, 197; do wreche Fer. 4181; fo 
fende she mijth do wreche Al. L. a 216. 

wrastlere Trev. 2, 383. 

prah, Swed. vrd (perverms) Rietz, sv. dial. 

LEXIK. 819. 

wr&hnessc indignaUon? he do]) alle fing wif 

anoi and wrawnesse Chauc. C. t. i 680. 
prake, M.L.Germ. wrake, ; — he fe pile 

prake don misc. 136; wrake Fer. 1815; 

wo & wrake Al. L. a 45 ; wi])outen wrake 

Greg. 338. 
wrappen — wrappe medit. 975. 
prad* — fi les do god ipurde prad pid 

eou HOM. 1, 117; wrofe fpl.) Horn ed. 

Lum. 348. 
wrad'ien — ho pile prede pid fe hom. 1, 

33; preadede fpret) Jul. 13. 
prccfhe fragm. 5; ])a wrajcchen fpl.) La?. 

20898; fes wrecche misc. 75. 

preccehed Sax. chron. 262. 
pre^en — prejinde, preinde fpart) a. r. 2. 
prejcre, A. Sax. pregere. 
prejunge^ A. Sax. preging ^lfr. gram. 317. 
preken — wreke Will. 1111; (h)a wolde 

be wreken Fer. 1949; wroke 5431. 
preod'ieii^ A. Sax. (under)preodian zeitschr. 

21, 32. 



wrle, M, L. Germ, wrige, wry. 

wringen^ M. L. Germ, wringen, — and gan 

wrringe his lippe Horn bd. Horstm. 119:5; 

(h)is honden gon he wringe p. s. 193. 
prit — writen fpl.) La?. 9131. 
priten Luke 1, 3; he prit fprea.) hom. 1, 

21; prot fpret.) ST. gen. a. ex. 462. 
prid^en — writhen fms. uurythen) fpret.) 

Sax. chron. 262. 
pude^ M. L. Germ, wede, see Holtzm. altd. 

GRAM. 1, 1, 184 and Paul u. Braune's 

BEiTR. 6, 35, — pude fprinted fude) La?. 

731; he is under wude bo3e Horn ed. 

Lum. 1227; under fis wode lis Degrev. 

172. 

pudehunig **7nel sikestre'\ Mat. 3, 4. 

wudelci — wudell^e fdat.) Horn ed. Lum. 
1158. 

pudepale, M.L.Germ. wedewal. 
wodi woody, Wicl. numb. 13, 21. 
pulf — pulfes fpl.) Luke 10, 3. 
punde — wonde Fer. 502; punda fpl) 

leechd. 3, 86; punden Luke 10, 34; 

A. R. 274; punden, pundes hom. 2, 19 & 

33; wounden fdat. pi) spec. 82; wunde 

LEG. 210. 
puiider — no wonder fah me be wo spec. 

81; pundres fpl) a. r. 390. 

wonderdede, A. Sax. pundordffid. 

wunderfeole La?. 22900. 

wunderlic — punderluker fcompar.) hom. 
1, 93. 
puiidreii — fe fend wondrede swife c. l. 

1039. 
punieii — p(u)nian, p(u)nien hom. 1, 25 & 

63; wonien leb. Jes. 283; he puned 

fpres.) HOM. 1, 21; (heo) puniad 27; pu- 

niejj FRAGM. 7; pune fimper.) a. r. 162; 

wuniende fpa/rt.) La?. 19217; punede 

fprinted ])unede) fpret.) La?. 5274. 
punne — pinne h. m. 39; wunne fpl) 

MISC. 126. 
pununge — wuninge misc. 144. 
purchen fragm. 7; werche wo Fer. 1545; 

chirches . . . werche sche dede Greg. 218; 

to purchene hom. 1, 117; wrchef fpres.) 

misc. 148; parhte fpret.) hom. 1, 91. 
worcherc Trev. 2, 177. 
wur^en — wirijede fpret.) Trev. 7, 465; 

wirjed fms. wiried) fpart.) 534. 



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wnrhte — |>uruhte (gen,) a. r. 284; pirhten 

('pl) Luke 10, 2. 
pirm — wrm misc. 149; pirmes, pirme 

('pl) ST. GEN. A. EX. 178 & 2982. 

wurs — wurs fcomparat) Horn ed. Lum. 

116; wors Lai. 3104; werst fmperlat.) 

Feb. 2809. 
purt — pirte fgen, plj Mabe 4, 32. 

-perttun, A, Sax. -pyrttiin. 
wurte^ M.L.Oerm. werte, M.S.Oerm, wtirze. 
pnra* — al so fu ert purde fr. w, eorde) 

HOM. 1, 199; he is deades purde a. r. 

306; worfe ayenb. 74; purdest fsuperlj 

FBAGM. 6. 



purdschipe — purschipe hom. 1^ 191* 
A. B. 196, 
purd*^ O.Icel. vird, meriimn, — for monne 
peordes f esteem J dinge hom. 1, 25; pid- 
tite mine purdes Jul. 65. 



purd^en^ Samor. 



^T^ftr, 



HOM. 1, 63 ; 



wurst (pres.) Hobn ed. Lum. 324; purd 
Mat. 13, 32; wur]) misc. 120; fej wur- 
den spife ofdredde Orm. 3343; wurd 
(imperat) Laj. 3192; perd (pretj hom. 
1, 133; purde, purd st. gen. a. ex. 272 
& 283; worf Langl. b 5, 160. 

puritien — purdigen Sax. chbon. 31. 

puritinge — purdunge (datj hom. 1, 109. 



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read on an to 

insert braun (im. brawne) aper, per metonymiam, d. Arth. 1095; 

strike out braun &c. 

cleve LUD. Gov. 54; 
read cleve 

crope (crop?) for crop 
insert Goth, qums, 
read ? for (?) 

strike out leten laden(?) ])ene wind Laj. 1340; 
insert hlaifs before hlaibs 
read hvel 

, for ? 

[leyaXoc 
moul 

A. R. for O. A. N. 

insert (p§,pe?) after pape 

A, Sax. perfince iELFR. gram. 311, 
read 368 for 386 
strike out **8Coptdm*\ Wicl. &c. 
read sch^re 

Marh. for Kath. 

traitor 

treitur 
strike out bi fan he com &c. 
her ufen &c. 
fat wael &c. 
welsom should stand under pelc 
strike out misc. 54; 
read werring 

"pite^en 
strike out Krist . . . wite &c. (see engl. stud. 1, 423.) 
read wodlokere 
strike out iraim? Lai. 3354;