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AN 



EIGHTH-CENTURY 



LATIN-ANGLO-SAXON GLOSSAEY 



Honton: C. J. CLAY & SONS, 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS WAREHOUSE, 

AVE MARIA LANE. 







CAMBRIDGE: DEIGHTON, BELL, AND CO. 
LEIPZIG: F. A. BROCKHAUS. 



AN 



EIGHTH-CENTUKY 



LATIN-ANGLO-SAXON GLOSSARY 



PRESERVED IN THE LIBRARY OF 

CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, 

(MS. N°. 144) 



EDITED BY 

J. H. HESSELS. 












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CAMBRIDGE : 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS. 

1890 

\All Rights retereed^ 



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PRINTED BY C. J. CLAY, M.A. & SONS, 
AT THE UNIYEB8ITY PRESS. 






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DEDICATED TO 

JOHN EYTON BICKEESTETH MAYOR 

PROFESSOR OP LATIN, AND FELLOW OP ST JOHN'b COLLEGE 
IN THE UNIVERSITY OP CAMBRIDGE 



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INTRODUCTION. 



§ 1. In 1884, at the very moment that Mr Bradshaw had called 
my attention to the present Glossary, preserved in an 8th-century MS. 
(No. 144) belonging to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, as one that 
deserved to be published, Prof. Wiilcker issued his edition of Thomas 
Wright's Vocahulcmss, in which he professed to give all the Latin 
words interpreted in this Glossary by Anglo-Saxon words, omitting all 
the Latin and Latinised Greek words which it interprets by other Latin 
words. 

§ 2. As it appeared to me that his edition did insufficient justice to 
the great importance of the Corpus Glossary for the study of A. S. as 
well as Latin, I still considered that it would be worth my while to copy 
and publish the whole of it. But as, shortly afterwards. Prof. Zupitza 
announced in the Academy of 3 May, 1884 (p. 317), that he had copied 
the Glossary some years ago, and that from his transcript Wiilcker had 
excerpted the Latin- A. S. glosses, and not from the Corpus MS. itself, 
I asked Zupitza whether I could have his whole transcript for the sake 
of publishing the entire Glossary under our joint names, in which case 
I would collate his copy with the MS., and see the work through the 
press. As he assented, and Prof. Skeat recommended the publication 
of the Glossary to Dr Atkinson, the Master of Clare College, and at 
that time Chairman of the Pitt Press Syndicate, the latter kindly 
persuaded the Syndics to iindertake the publication. 

§ 3. Before I say more, it is necessary to point out that the plan 
of publishing the work under Prof. Zupitza's as well as my own name, 
has, with his consent, been abandoned. His transcript, prepared many 
years ago for his own purposes, has, indeed, served throughout as a basis 
for this edition, but before the text could be printed off, so many im- 
portant matters had to be done and settled by me who alone was able to 
consult the MS., and saw the work through the press, that it was 



VIU INTRODUCTION. 

resolved that my name alone should appear upon the title-page, and the 
responsibility for the present edition rest solely and exclusively with me. 
I have, however, had the great benefit of Prof. Zupitza's revision of the 
proof-sheets, and on two occasions (p. 76, note 1 and p. 91, note 2) 
I refer expressly to his transcript, to show the weight which I attached 
to his readings, in cases where there might be any doubt, but where I 
thought it necessary to differ from him^ 



§ 4. The Corpus MS. is made up of 33 sheets of vellum, divided 
into 7 quires or gatherings of 4 sheets or 8 leaves each, and an eighth of 
5 sheets or 10 leaves, the first of which has been cancelled*, so that the 
whole MS. is composed of 8 quires or 65 leaves in small folio, measuring 
9 J inches (=235 millimetres) in breadth, and 12 J inches (=308 milli- 
metres) in height. 

The first and last quire bear no signatures; the second to the seventh 
are marked, on each fii*st page, with the respective signatures ii, iii, nil, 
V, VI and vii. The glossary proper begins on the recto of the second 
leaf, and is continued without a break till the end of leaf 65. The con- 
tents of the first leaf have already been described above (pp. 1 and 2). 

After the glossary follows a quire or gathering of two vellum 
leaves, filled with a Latin treatise (in two columns on each page) on 
patronymics (Patronomicorum posita), in an Irish handwriting of the 
beginning of the 12th century, which, though a little larger, otherwise 
strongly resembles that of the Gospels of Maelbrigte, figured on pi. 212 
of the London PcUaeographical Society^ and there ascribed to the year 
1138. These two leaves are stuck into another blank vellum sheet, the 

^ I must not forget to mention that, when Prof. Zupitza received my proof of 
p. 91 (where I point oat that he had underlined reorum in his transcript, and that, 
consequently, this word appears as A. S. in WUlcker's Vocabularies) ^ he informed 
me that "while copying the Glossary, he had underlined every word which appeared 
as A. S. in Thomas Wright's text, therefore, also reorum,^* This explained why I 
had found some other words underlined, which were not A. S., while others which were 
undoubtedly A. S. were not underlined. But I regarded this condition of affairs as 
natural and unavoidable in a first transcript which had not been revised by him for 
press, and in no way do I, by pointing it out once or twice, imply the slightest censure 
on his transcript, which was as carefully prepared as it could possibly be expected to 
be. And if, in fairness to myself, I claim credit for having corrected it here and 
there, I readily admit that I could not have hop,ed to produce a better transcript 
myself. 

^ Or perhaps the odd leaf at the end was added by the scribe, when he found 
that the ordinary quire of eight leaves was not sufficient to finish the book. 



INTRODUCTION. IX 

firat half of which has been cut away, the other left blank. There is 
nothing to show how these two (three) leaves became connected with 
this 8th-century glossary, which is bound in a simple binding of last 
century, if not later. 

§ 5. As regards the age of the MS., Mr Bradshaw was of opinion that 
it must have been written in the beginning of the 8th century, and T 
do not think that we should be justified in placing it later ^ To enable 
anyone to judge for himself, a full-size photograph of one of its most 
characteiistic pages, executed by the Cambridge Scientific Instrument 
Company, accompanies this edition. Here and there the wrinkled and 
rugged condition of the vellum did not allow photography to render the 
colour of the ink of the ordinary letters in that evenly black condition' 
which we observe in the MS., while the various colours, red, green, 
yellow, used for illuminating the capitals and marking^ the initials, 
come out black in the plate, as usual. But in all other respects 
it is a perfect reproduction of the handwriting, which is A. S. 
half uncicUj and which, when compared with that .of the Lindisfame 
Gospels (about a.d. 700), and other MSS. of the 8th century, as the 
Canterbury Gospels, Passion from the Gospels, Cassiodorus, figured on 
plates 3, 4, 6, 7, 163, 164 of the London PcUaeographical Society (first 
series) may be said to be rather earlier than later. As I have pointed 
out on page 2, the Corpus MS. belonged, in the 13th century, to the 
St. Augustine's Library at Canterbury, though we have no evidence 
that it was written there. 

I do not think that the Epinal Glossary should be dated earlier 
than the Corpus. Its handwriting shows it to be of the first half of the 
9th century, and the organic changes and scribal corruptions, observable 
in the spelling of Latin words, are already more advanced, and in some 
cases show a greater slovenliness, than in the Corpus Glossary, though 
occasionally it has preserved more correct forms than the latter. In 
my opinion the Epinal MS. stands, in point of time, much nearer to 
the Erfurt Glossary, which is attributed to the end of the 9th century, 
than to the Corpus. In the edition of the Epinal Glossary, published by 
the Early English Text Society, the editor expresses the opinion that it 
^^must have been written at least a generation earlier'' than the 
Corpus MS. His opinion is not shared by competent palaeographers, 

^ Mr Thomas Wright also ascribed it to the eighth century. 
3 The ink of the page photographed and of many other pages is evenly black, but 
there are a good many pages on which the ink has a faded and uneven appearance. 
3 The initials are only marked on this and a few other pages. 



X INTRODUCTION. 

and it would, moreover, not be difficult to show, if it were worth while, 
that the '' archaisms '' and peculiar letters, on which it is founded, admit 
of a different construction. 

§ 6. Rviling, Thirty-three lines for the writing drawn on both sides 
of the leaf with a hard point, with perpendicular lines to divide the page 
into two columns, which are doubled on the left margins to mark off 
the space for the initials. Nearly every line, as well as the holes in the 
right and left margins made by the instrument used for the ruling, are 
still clearly visible in the MS., and may likewise be discerned in the 
accompanying photograph. Here and there an attempt has evidently 
been made to separate the interpretation from the lemma of the gloss by 
a well-regulated space, and thereby to subdivide each column into two, 
so as to make four columns on a page. But the narrow space at the 
scribe's disposal prevented him from doing this everywhere. 

§ 7. The character of the ornamental letters may be seen from the 
two G* and the H which appear in the photographic plate. Wherever a 
new letter of the alphabet commences, we find a large capital like the H 
set off with various colours, mostly red, blue or green, and yellow. 
Wherever a new second letter begins, a smaller capital like the G is 
placed. 

§ 8. PunctvxUion is done by a point, which more than once takes the 
form of a short comma. Very often it is impossible to decide whether 
the scribe meant to write a full-stop, or merely made a dot in the act of 
resting, and withdrawing his pen, as the point is in a great many cases 
tacked on to the end of the letter which concludes the word. 

§ 9. Signs of reference. Final words or parts of a word, for which 
there was no room on the line of the gloss, are written above or under- 
neath that line, and marked off with a slanting waved line, or a symbol 
in the shape of an acute angle, as may be seen on the accompanying 
photograph (lines 1 and 4 of the left-hand column). To indicate the 
place where words, written some distance away from their proper place, 
should be inserted, a slanting line with a dot on its left or right, or 
between two dots, was used (see p. 3 note 4, p. 4 n. 2, p. 19 n. 5). 
Whole glosses omitted are added at the foot or top of the page, marked 
by the usual h and 5 (see p. 28 n. 5, p. 113 n. 3). 

§ 10. The contracted words are numerous, but there are no more 
signs employed in the MS. to indicate contractions than the usual ones 
in MSS. of the eighth century, as : (1) a horizontal stroke, which is very 
often waved. (2) a symbol like a right angle (n). Both may be seen 
in the accompanying photograph, and we find either the one or the other 
nearly always written over the last letter (mostly w, sometimes a or e) 



INTRODUCTION. XI 

of a word (or syllable), to indicate the omission of a final m ; sometimes 
it indicates the omission of -urn, (especially c = cum) or -ur. But they 
also appear over such words as: dns ( = dominus), dnm ( = dominum), 
dni ( = domini), dne ( = domine) ; do ( = deo), di ( = dei), dm ( = deum), 
ds ( = deus) ; dr ( = dicitur) ; dt ( = dicit) ; dnt ( = dicunt); mi ( = mei) ; 
n ( = non) ; nn ( = nomen ; but usually a stroke over each n) ; p, or po, 
or pt ( = post) ; qnd ( = quando) ; sea ( = sancta), scae ( = sanctae), 
SOB ( = sanctus) ; sclm ( = saeculum) ; sps ( = spiritus) ; st ( = sunt) ; 
xps ( = Christus). 

Besides the above, more or less regular and common, contractions, 
the two signs are also indiscriminiately used to point out such irregular 
and not always certain contractions, as : a or at ( s aut) ; aduoc ( = aduo- 
cauit) ; ambul ( = ambulandi) ; amminic ( = amminiculum) ; arb ( = ar- 
boris) ; gen ( = genus) ; incip ( = incipit) ; incumb ( = incumbens) ; In- 
tel ( = intelligere) ; libro ( = librorum) ; ped ( = pedis and pedum) ; 
popul ( = populum) ; qsi ( = quasi) ; rem or reman ( = remanens) ; sec 
( = secundum ; sometimes expressed by 8 with a stroke through it) ; 
syl or syll ( = syllaba or syllabae) ; (t = -tis), and a variety of other 
contractions, the expansion of which can only be decided by the 
meaning or form which the contracted word must have in the particular 
gloss to which it belongs. They are also employed to mark contractions 
in A. S. words (see for instance A 117), but more rarely. 

The horizontal stroke with a point above and underneath stands for 
eaiy which is occasionally combined with pot = potest A long i with a 
point on its right and left, or on the right only, = id eat. But some- 
times these two words are expressed by the i with its two dots, and 
the sign for est, A long i with a stroke through it = inter. 

1, with a waved stroke through it, indicates uel. 

syll, with a stroke through the two els, = syllaba. 

one c turned round usually indicates the prefix corv-y but on fol. 
36^^ conr is indicated by c with the acute angle over it ; two c" turned 
round = contra, 

an open a written above certain letters is a contraction for rw, or 
ra ; sometimes it is merely the ordinary form of a, 

-ur is usually expressed by the stroke of the t being more curved 
upwards than that of other t" ; though sometimes we find its omission 
indicated by the ordinary horizontal stroke or acute angle (see above). 

the t of ut is sometimes written above the u. 

Besides the above contractions there are the usual ones for (1) aut 
(namely an h with a stroke through the top ; but this word is some- 
times expressed by a or at, see above) ; (2) -que ; (3) -bus (also used 



Xll INTKODUCTION. 

for -bet) ; (4) qui ; (5) quod ; (6) quae ; (7) quam ; (8) prae-, or pre- ; 
(9) pro; (10) per; (11) eius; (12) et; (13) ra. But not having 
the requisite types at my disposal to figure them here, I refer the 
reader to the descriptions accompanying plates 3, 7, 163, 164 of the 
London FcUaeographical Society^ merely remarking that the sign for 
enim I have not observed, nor that for -us (9). The same descriptions 
may be consulted with regard to the individual letters of the hand- 
writing, as n, r, g &c. 

All conti*actions have been expanded by italics in print, except in 
two or three cases where it was difficult or impossible to determine 
which word the scribe meant; see pp. 4 (n. 7), 7 (n. 3), 17 (n. 1), 
21 (n. 7), 32 (gloss 433). The scribe did not always write the proper 
sign, as in B 192, where c^v^ae had to be printed, though it refers to 
** flos". On the other hand, cartel on p. 5 (gloss 120) stands for cdstelli, 
but it had to be so printed, as there is no sign of conti'action in the 
MS. 

§ 11. There appear to be no more than three initial directors in 
the whole MS. ; namely an a, written by the side of the initial capital 
A on foil. 5**, 5^, and 8*^. I cannot say whether they were intended 
to guide the illuminator or the reader. 

§ 12. A few combined letters or ligatures occur in the MS., as nt, 
ni, mi (in the latter two cases the i is tacked on to the last stroke of 
the n or m), mo, tio, tur, rum, us, ss (long), 8B, q. Perhaps I may 
mention also gm, gn, gr, gi (see photographic plate, Une 6 right hand 
column) ; but there are a good many such combinations. 

§ 13. Accents occur occasionally. They have all been printed, and 
special attention is drawn to them in notes, so as to prevent their 
being taken for misprints. 

§ 14. Letters or words intended to be erased are marked by a 
point underneath. Wherever a wrong letter occurs in the MS., and 
the correct one has been added above the line, without the former being 
marked for erasure, the wrong letter has been printed as part of the 
word, and the correction indicated in a note. Sometimes, where it 
seemed of any importance, it has been pointed out that a letter or word 
is written over an erasure, or where a gap is made by an erasure. 
But these erasures, though rather numerous, have everywhere so skil- 
fully and thoroughly been effected, that no trace of the original letter 
or word has remained anywhere; it would even seem that here and 
there the vellum had been scratched before it was written upon. Hence 
it was deemed needless to draw attention to these erasures wherever 
they occur. 



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INTRODUCTION. XIU 

§ 15. It will be observed that the Corpus Glossary consists of two 
parts ; (1) an interpretation of Hebrew and Greek names, occupying 
pp. 3 — 8, the former of which are mostly, if not all, taken from 
St Jerome's Liber de nominilms Hehraicia ; some of the Greek nouns 
are found in the treatise "de Graecis nominibufi", ascribed to Eucherius, 
bishop of Lyons, while some others (p. 3, gloss 35 ; p. 4, glosses 69 — 71 
<kc.) I have been unable to trace to their sources. This part merely 
brings the words together under their initial letter. T always refer to it 
in the Introduction, Indices <fec. by "Int." (= Interpretation). (2) A 
collection of glosses compiled from various sources, bringing all the 
words together whose first two letters are the same. Wherever there 
is a deviation from this plan, as in A 47, 120, 204, 259 <fec. <fec., we 
may regard it as a mistake. 



§ 16^ The Syndics of the Press, while consenting to the publication 
of the Glossary, informed me that the edition was to be merely an 
exact reproduction of the MS., that is to say, with all its scribal 
mistakes, errors of grammar, erroneous divisions of words, peculiarities 
of spelling <fec. &c., without an elucidation of any, even the most 
corrupt, glosses, and that my notes should be strictly confined to 
explanations of the graphical alterations or corrections made by the 
scribe or his corrector. 

§ 17. It will be seen that I have throughout adhered to this plan, 
which I practically proposed myself, and only deviated from it on very 
rare occasions. For instance, on p. 3, the twelfth gloss is printed 
Afertice, as in the MS., without a word to explain that it stands for 
aphaeretice. On p. 4, there is no note to gloss 76 to say that cola 
should be colon ; nor one to gloss 90 to indicate that uersum stands for 
vsrsuum ; nor one to gloss 94 to explain that for diastile we must read 
diastole. On p. 5, gloss 118, Ev^haritia is printed as in the MS., 
without an explanation that Eucha/ristia is the right spelling; and 
gloss 121 a/paratio without a note that apparitio is the word meant. 
And so in numerous other cases which will be found more fully 
explained below in the paragraphs 23 — 63. 

§ 18. On the other hand, the 59th gloss, on p. 4, is explained by 
references to Jerome and Eucherius, because, having been unable to 
understand the gloss, and taken the trouble to trace it to its source, 
1 considered it advisable to save similar trouble to others. Other 
attempts at elucidation, by references to other glosses in this 
edition, or to other works and glossaries, will be found on pp. 7 



XIV INTRODUCTION. 

(n. 3); 17 (n. 1); 18 (n. 6); 19 (n. 8); 21 (nn. 8 and 9); 
22 (n. 5); 28 (n. 2); 30 (n. 1); 38 (n. 3); 44 (n. 4); 45 (n. 2); 
50 (n. 3) ; 53 (n. 6) &c, &c. Again, on p. 9 it is suggested in note 1, 
that for discerede of gloss A 11 we should read biscerede as in the 
Epinal and Erfurt glossaries. This suggestion is made, because it is 

possible to make discedere of the Corpus MS. reading, the de being 

de 
written over the r, thus: discere. And the word is omitted by Mr 

Henry Sweet from his Oldest English Texts (p. 37), and by Wtilcker in 

his edition of Thomas Wright's Vocabularies. 

§ 19. Again, on p. 6 it is pointed out that gloss 223 really consists 
of two glosses, but on p. 15 I print (A 457) as one gloss what the MS. 
divides into two. In these and some other cases, where I might easily 
be suspected of having misread or misunderstood the MS., if I had 
followed it faithfully, I correct where it was easy to do so, as in A 457 ; 
but the gloss on p. 6 could not be altered without a violent change, and 
I 85, 86 on p. 65 had to be left as in the MS., as I did not observe this 
separation of one gloss till the whole sheet 5 had been indexed, so that 
a rectification would have interfered with my numbering. But every- 
where I call attention to the condition of the MS. in a note, while 
suggesting the correction, or sometimes without any explanation at all. 
For instance: on p. 5 the MS. has distinctly serarium in gloss 127, 
and so it is, of course, printed. But as the r and n differ but very 
little in the MS., I felt it necessary to point out in a note that the 
mistake for senarium is in the MS. Similar notes will be found on 
pp. 11 (n. 7), 13 (n. 2), 17 (n. 9), 18 (nn. 1 and 7), 19 (nn. 4 and 
5), &c. &c, 

§ 20. Likewise, in cases where other editors have seriously mis- 
understood or misread glosses, I call attention to the fact in notes. 
See for instance gloss 229 on p. 6; gloss 357, p. 92; gloss 227, p. 29 &c. 

§ 21. As regards the division of words, the MS. has been followed 
throughout, even in cases where it divides wrongly; see for instance 
p. 11 (A 173). It seemed to me unadvisable to alter, or even to suggest 
an alteration of such words as "amoenibus*' in A 907. The lemma is 
evidently taken from Virg. A. i. 697, and should be auleis superbis, but 
it is uncertain whether we must divide "a ( = in) moenibus," or regard 
aanoenibiLS as a corruption for amoenis, MusiranVrS (M 336) is no doubt 
the classical '*mus araneus," but the former seems to have superseded 
the latter in late Latin, and I did not feel entitled to divide the word, 
not even in the Index. But there are glosses where I considered it 
unadvisable to adhere to the MS. reading. For instance, the words 



INTRODUCTION. XV 

mvl^arum gentium of gloss 8 on p. 3, are written as one in the MS., 
and it was so written in our transcript. But the compositor, finding 
no room for the whole compound in one line, divided it after rmUtarum, 
and placed a hyphen after this word. This looked to me so misleading, 
that I thought it better to separate the words, but to indicate the state 
of the MS. in a note. Other deviations from the MS. reading, always 
for some reason or other, will be found on pp. 7 (n. 4), 9 (n. 2), 10 
(n. 3), 12 (n. 7), 15 (nn. 7, 8, 9 and 10), 19 (n. 6), Ac. &c} 

It is to be observed that no importance is to be attached to the 
divisions of the MS. In a good many cases the scribe does not seem to 
have understood the glosses which he was writing, and could, therefore, 
not be expected to divide the words properly. Quite as often he would 
hardly have had room to separate the words correctly, even if he had 
known how to do it. In a few cases only he seems to have aimed at 
some explanation of the component parts of a word or of a gloss. But 
wherever there was any doubt as to how the scribe had divided the 
words, I have given the correct division the benefit of the doubt, and in 
the Index, moreover, every word is entered in its proper place. 



§ 22. Having now described the MS. and its most characteristic 
features, as well as the method adopted in dealing with the MS. readings, 
I proceed to give a short review of the peculiarities of the Glossary from 
a philological and palaeographical point of view, confining myself to the 
Latin portion of it. 

At first sight the glosses appear to be in a very corrupt condition. 
I shall, however, endeavour to show (1) that the numerous deviations 
in spelling from what we now know as classical Latin, are mostly due 
to organic changes, which either were intix)duced by the scribe of the 
Corpus MS., or had already been effected in the MS. or MSS. which he 
followed ; (2) that many of the corruptions are due to misreadings of 
our scribe or his predecessors, which may almost be said to have been 
natural and unavoidable, on account of the form which the misread 
letters had in ancient handwriting. 

§ 23. That the Corpus Glossary is not an original work, is apparent 
from a good many glosses, which are now so corrupt and altered from 
what they originally must have been, that they are almost entirely 
unintelligible. For instance, the gloss C 373 : Cherochelini inmallones, 
for ceruchi lineae in malo nauia (see also C 222, 324 and 346), is the 

1 One hyphen (A 203, to-hald) has crept in, which is not in the MS,, which has 
to hald. 



XVI INTRODUCTION. 

work of a copyist transcribing an already corrupt example, not that of 
an original compiler. But, even in cases of this kind, nearly all the 
corruptions can be traced to the organic changes or systematic scribal 
misreadings which are pointed out below (§§ 39 — 60). The wonder is 
that glosses such as that just mentioned, should have been passed over by 
the corrector who corrected so many words. It seems, however, that, 
in regard to knowledge, he was just in the same position as the scribe, 
as he wrote, for instance, enebata for eneruata in gloss E 66. 

§ 24. In dealing with the changes or misspellings in the Glossary, 
we must take them as we find them, without being able to enquire 
whether our scribe, or the MS. which he followed, is responsible for 
them. Nor will it be necessary, while recording the various spellings, 
to refer to them as already occurring in late classical authors. It 
seems clear, for instance, that such corrupted lemmata as dacillat for 
vacillat (B 7), fterrus for verres (B 70), Verruca for t7erruca (B 71), <fec., 
must have been insei*ted, in this condition, in the present glossary or 
its example, straight from the sources whence these glossaries were 
compiled, as it is hardly probable that, if such words had been originally 
arranged under the v (u), a scribe, even with the most debased pro- 
nunciation, would have deliberately arranged them under the b. By 
"sources" we need not necessarily understand "authors"; for the words 
of glossaries like that of the €orpus MS., which is already alphabetically 
arranged according to the first two letters of each word, must have been 
collected in earlier glossaries according to the first letter of each word. 
The latter, in their turn, were no doubt compiled from so-called class- 
glossaries, in which glosses had been copied from various authors or 
interlinear glosses, in the order in which they followed each other in 
the texts, or arranged under subjects. So that the glosses, before they 
were copied into the Corpus MS., must have already passed through 
at least two or three stages in other MSS. 

§ 25. We could not speak of an error where the interpretation 
does not agree with the lemma of a gloss, either in case, or tense, or 
person, or number. For instance : E 205, where enigmata need not be 
altered to enigma, to agree with the sing, similitudo ; E 426, where it 
is, at least, doubtful whether honorat should be altered to -ret, to agree 
with extoUat. Such discrepancies occur frequently ; see, for instance, 
F 20, where Fastis must not be regarded as a mistake for Fasti , F 54, 
where Facetias is not necessarily an error for Facetia] F 144, where 
iHstitia stands perhaps for triatia, though the former is not necessarily 
wrong. Nor could we call T 277 tramitum glossed by uiae transuersae, 
a mistake. M 38, maialea, probably — maialisy though the former, a 



INTKODUCTION. XVll 

plural, cannot be said to be wrongly glossed by a word in the singular. 
So, having regard to the A. S. adjective in gloss F 153, we might feel 
tempted to alter the lemma into ferruginet^ for ferrugine. But in all 
these and similar cases, which might be quoted by dozens, the glossator, 
I think, simply indicated the sense of the lemma by some more familiar 
word, without pausing to make the cases, tenses &e. agree, and it would 
be unadvisable to correct them, as the very form of the lemmata will 
often enable us to trace them to their sources. For instance, C 979, the 
gen. cycladis (or the plur. for cycladea) was, no doubt, taken straight 
in that form from some author. Glosses like P 722 (praedpitat), P 736 
(promunt), quote the exact form of Virgilian words (Aen. ii. 9 and 260). 
Praestantis of P 770 would suggest praestarUes of Aen. viii. 548, if not 
some doubt arose from " excellentes " being corrected into " excellentis ". 
Again it is difficult to say whether exheredct, in E 381, is a subj. quoted 
in that form from some book, or whether it should be altered to -dat, to 
agree with alienat. 

§ 26. But when we except such glosses, a good many still remain, 
the defects of which we could not ascribe to organic changes or 
systematic misreadings. Here other influences have been at work, as 

truncation: A 226 (adipiscit for -sciUir) ; C 103 (caractis for csLtar- 
ractes); E 232 (epome for epitome); F 152 (sacer for s&cerdos)^ 209 
(pictaci for pittacia), 242 (florea for floraZia), 421 (rustici for rustici 
Iiaruspices) ; H 88 (androgi for androgynits),. 166 (hyn^ for hyaen^); 
I 241 (interpola for interpola^a, see 340) ; L 27 (fenes for fenes^roe) ; 
191 (linquid for c?elinquit); M 51 (made for maderw), 255 (sextari for 
sextarit xvi) ; N 59 (dilatio for dila^atio), 99 (caelesti for caelestcm), 
159 (nob for nohUis); O 51 (perseuerant for perseueranter), 220 (pandat 
for pandatur), 253 (or for orsua); P 222 (perfungit for -twr), 311 (pessul 
for pessulw*), 357 (steba for stehadiorum), 852 (saltus for loctis altus?); 
R 96 (concordi medii for concordiae medius) ; S 292 (necessiam for 
necessoriam), 305 (sistit for sistitwr), 320 (ambagus for ambagious), 
446 (spurcia for spurci^ta); T 253 (omits : ordinibus remorum); U 168 
(uitiginem for uitiZiginem), &c. <fec. 

Such truncations are easily understood when we examine the 
facsimile page accompanying this work, and see how often the copyists 
were obliged to write the final 4)r last two or three or more letters of a 
word or of a gloss above or under the line. Sometimes the inter- 
pretation was written two or three lines away from the lemma, up- 
wards or downwards. 

§ 27. Some of the above truncations are, of course, due to the 
contractions of the original having been overlooked or misunderstood, 

C.G. 6 



XVUl INTRODUCTION. 

as for infitance, where final ur has been omitted after t, as this 
was simply indicated by the horizontal line through the t being 
more bent upwards tlian in other t'. In some cases we find vr 
wrongly added, as N 21 (inueniretwr for inueniret); P 280 (per- 
curritur for percunit), where the scribe perhaps had a t before 
him of which the stroke was too much bent upwards. The same 
contraction was, no doubt, wrongly expanded in other cases, as 
L 188 (trutinatum for trutinatur). Other contractions were also 
wrongly expanded, as O 118 (capiter for capitis) ; S 34 (perfecti for 
procfecti). 

§ 28. Tran^sition of letters : B 45 (borbenta for brabeuta); C 960 
(piscarum for spicarum); F 90 (fastigsisti for fastiga^ts), 95 (farrice for 
farcire), 416 (pulcharre for pulchrore); G 27 (gariAim for gaZemm); 
I 14 (idst for istic), 413 intHnicio for intemicio), 424 (inlttst&re for 
inswZtare) ; L 37 (lawwcar for laottnar), 274 Qucor for lurco) ; M 68 
(scIuptoT for sct^^tor); N 156 (nocticz^Za for noctiltica,) ; O 189 (ctwibus 
for meibus) ; P 23 (cet^airistias for euc&naiass) ; K 173 (ri^^t^is for 
rigiduB) ; S 478 (spidoneB for sctpiones), 680 (cwrribus for crwribus) ; 
T 148 (sc/t^ptae for scuZptae), 186 (tipBins, for j^^tsana), 232 (trt^bidus 
for ttwbidus); U 101 (uegros for uegors = uecors). 

§ 29. Misreading of strokes: C 836 (commulsa for coni^ulsa); 
H 115 (htncire for ht^icine); I 525 (iuwiperum for iump-); L 14 
(lamsta for lantsta), 231 (limfator for ly wphator) ; M 64 (mampularis 
for mamp-) ; O 131 (farma for farina); P 66 (pantominta for -wa), 
105 (palniatus for palmatus), 854 (pube temia for pube tenus) ; S 315 
(commus for quommus), 346 (simfonium for sywphonium), 379 (swus 
for sinus); U 252 (untbrellas for umb-). 

§ 30. Wrong division of words : A 628 (anacephaleos in repeti- 
tionem, for -leosin) ; P 794 (productalem strumentum for productale 
mstrumentum). 

§ 31. Wrong case-endvng : H 17 (uestwm for uest^m); M 272 
(monarchies for monarch^, perhaps through confusion with monachus, 
or the Gr. yuovapyrf^). Wrong genitvoe ; P 17 (lapis for lapic^s). Wrong 
gender: L 154 (nauis piratictes for ...piratica); C 982 (permultos for 
permultae). Lines or words out of place: C 847 (flagrat, with its 
interpretation conburit, wrongly tacked on to comentarium, the 
interpretation of which is either lost or added to some other gloss) ; M 
190 (uel corui marini, a repetition, in the wrong place, of part of M 182, 
or the remainder of a similar gloss as the latter). Compare also 888 
with F 158 and D 219 ; while damde of D 16 seems to be the same as 
dande, in D 5, &c, &c. 



INTRODUCTION. XIX 

§ 32. Wrong or imperfectly effected corrections : ¥ 224 fuxit, with I 
added above the line ; but perhaps /axit was meant. R 37 in easUi 
was forgotten to be marked for erasure. 

§ 33. Wrong additions of letters: H 25 (Aabyssum for byssum, 
perhaps through confusion with abyssum) ; N 95 (laborare for labore) ; 
P 333 (pecunta for pecua). 

§ 34. There are other corruptions which can only be partially 
arranged under the above operations or the organic changes which are 
pointed out hereafter, as: C 707 (conpliciw for conpUcibtis), 761 
(continuatar for contionatur^), 833 (pastiarium for participarium) ; 
M 273 (nionarcha for monomachia); N 34 (nauat, frangat, perhaps 
for naufragatur, nanem frangit), 92 (nestorio for nefario?); O 205 
(cames for carmen); P 43 (parcitatem for ?), 125 (parasiter for para- 
site), 354 (peripitegi for peripatetici). See also P 364, 365, 366, 
367, 382 (amare domorum for amatores donorum), 796 (oratorum 
for hortorum), 837, 838, 840 ; Q 65 (quinos for cynicos), 79 (quurris 
for curulis); R 25, 32 (accipitur for accipitris), 61 (rexenteseon for 
exegeseosi), 149 (metallaris for ?), 203 ; T 2 (tagax for taxat). 

§ 35. Such misreadings as angustior for at^gustior (A 640), where- 
by not only the lemma has come to mean exactly the opposite of the 
interpretation, but the word inserted in a wrong place in the alpha- 
betical arrangement, will be found classified below. F 333 (frugalis : 
largus) might, at first sight, seem to be a somewhat similar gloss, and to 
have arisen from an original parens ( = frugalis) having been changed 
first into par^s and then corrected, by someone who did not under- 
stand the latter word, into la/rgUfS. But the Leiden glossary has : 
''Frugali, larga uel lata." 

So again, the lemma of I 449 does not agree with the interpretation, 
as inepti is not = adqvdsiti; but the original glossator must have written 
indepti, and the Leiden glossary has actually indeptum = adquisitum, 
I 484 and I 488 were probably written together in earlier glossaries. 
So also I 527 and I 529, P 368 and P 369. Again, G 152 and G 163 
seem to go together as gramina: herba a/rida. But there is always 
some danger in correcting glosses without having them satisfactorily 
traced to their origin. For instance, at first sight it would seem 
that P 715 and P 716 go together, but a comparison with what we 
read on p. 246 in Hildebrand's Glossarium Latinwm shows that we 
must pause before attempting such a combination. Likewise in such 

^ Perhaps the second n was first misread as u, and the word being unintel- 
ligible in this form, a wonld-be corrector made continuatur of it. 

62 



XX INTRODUCTION. 

a case as F 274 where forda is explained by 8U8 pregnans, perhaps for 
hos pregnans. 



§ 36. We now come to certain alterations in the spelling of Latin, 
which, as they occur more than once and some even frequently and 
regularly, must clearly be attributed to the pronunciation of the re- 
spective vowels and consonants by the scribes, and which, therefore, 
may be described as organic changes, which, if they had not been 
arrested by occasional reforms in the writing of Latin, such as those 
instituted by Charlemagne^, would have produced, in course of time, a 
written Latin language, almost as different from the classical Latin, 
as the spoken Italian, French and other Romance languages. 

I observed these peculiar spellings and the frequency and regularity 
of their occurrence some years ago, while working at a Mediaeval Latin 
Dictionary, more especially after the appearance of the Caiholicon 
Anglicurriy published by the Camden Society in 1882. A collation 
of this work with the Additional MS. 15,562 of the British Museum, 
which contains the same text as the Caiholicon^ but the various 
readings of which have only been occasionally indicated by its editor, 
showed me that these spellings and changes were capable of being 
systematised and tabulated. The result of a few months' work in this 
direction was very gratifying, as it gave me a key to almost all the 
corruptions and different forms of one and the same word in Du Cange 
and various other Mediaeval Latin glossaries. An examination of the 
Corpus Glossary brings out the fact that, though there is an interval 
of eight centuries between it and the Catholicon Anglicum, which is 
dated 1483, both these glossaries, written in England, stand in pre- 
cisely the same stage with regard to deviations from the classical 
spelling of Latin caused by pronunciation, and changes caused by 
misreadings of certain letters. 

§ 37. Having these tables of the changes and corruptions in the 
Caiholicon^ I began to compile similar ones for my own purpose, while 
seeing the present Glossary through the press. During the course of 

^ I may here point to the various texts of the Lex Salica, one of which is known 
as the Lex emendataf because, at Charlemagne's command, its Latinity had been 
purged from the corruptions and organic changes so prevalent in the earlier texts, 
as may be seen in the parallel edition of all the texts, published by me, in 1882, 
together with Prof. Kern, of Leiden, whose study of these corruptions and changes 
enabled him to interpret most successfully the so-called Malberg glosses, which are 
found in the earlier texts of the Salic Law. 



INTRODUCTION. XXI 

this work, however, it occurred to me, that, instead of scattering obser- 
vations or hints as regards peculiar spellings or corruptions in occasional 
notes, the publication of portions of my tables might be of some use to 
students of Mediaeval as well as classical Latin, and to future editors of 
glossaries. In my opinion those who, during the last few years, have 
advocated or introduced certain modifications in the pronunciation of 
Latin, have not paid sufficient attention to what has been going on in 
that direction for eighteen centuries, as is exemplified by nearly every 
Latin MS, preserved to us, though a great deal of the evidence 
regarding the pronunciation of Latin is lost to or concealed from us 
by the alterations which the editors of Latin texts effect in printing 
them. 

§ 38. As it is not my plan at present to write a treatise on these 
organic changes, but merely to point them out, and reduce them to 
such a system as may assist us in understanding and correcting 
Mediaeval Latin, and likewise the corrupted spellings found in the 
MSS. of classical authors, I bring here together, in an alphabetical 
arrangement, the most material part of the evidence that I have been 
able to collect, from the present glossary, concerning each individual 
letter of the Latin language. In this system I include not only those 
changes brought about by the pronunciation of the scribe or scribes, as 
b ior py t for d &c., but also the omission or insertion of certain letters, 
and misreadings, as A for By and o for a (C). As I did not begin the 
drawing up of these tables till after the printing of the first thirty-two 
pages, the examples from these pages are less numerous than those of 
the remaining portion of the glossary, though I believe that even from 
those thirty-two pages I have collected the most material evidence. 

Though the tables are entirely the result of my own observations, 
having hardly read any books on the subject, I am aware that most of 
the phenomena which I point out are known and have been discussed in 
various scholarly works. But the tables may, perhaps, derive some 
advantage from their being drawn up from a genuine and clearly 
written eighth-century glossary, to which, at the same time, they may 
serve as a kind of key. 

§ 39. A (capital) for ^ : A 940 (^iubulcus for ^ubulcus) ; B 68 
(^eneficium for -fieneficium) 

a for : A 20 (abrizium for obr-), 459 (alapiciosa for alopeciosa), 
637 (tediasus for taediosus), 763 (anaglosa for amoglossa) ; D 288 
(dicta for dicto) ; E 284 (Erata for Erato); G 11 (galeras, pilleos for 
galeros, pilleos) ; L 204 (cartice for cortice) ; M 109 (manachus for 
mon-), 208 (mimopora for myoparo) ; N 3 (naualis for noualis), 146 



xxii INTRODUCTION. 

(naualia for noualia) ; O 175 (onocratallus for onocrotalus) ; P 117 
(palagra for podagra), 171 (patalogia for pathologia), 235 (pericapis for 
pericope), 638 (promontaria for promontoria), 773 (modula for -lo) ; 
S 544 (stramete for stromatis) ; T 145 (consentia for consensio) 

a for e\ F 424 (cadauera for cadauere); H 49 (habet for h^bet), 
50 (habitat for hebetat) ; I 157 (infoctofl for infectus), 341 (inlauare 
for illab^e), 486 (mediatas for medidas), 487 (irridabant for irri- 
debant) ; O 74 (obnectare for obnect^re) ; P 23, 81 (panagericum for 
panegyricum), 77 (panagericis for panegyricis), 188 (partica for pertica), 
313 (patra for petra); S 135 (scenopagia for -pegia) 

a for t6 : C 698 (emulamenta for emolumenta) ; L 43 (lapanas for 
It^panar); P 159 (parasitali for parasitttli), 449 (plunos for prunus); 
T 246 (trax for trwx) 

oe for e: A 92 (oeditus for «i-); B 90 (ba«lbae for beluae); F 43 
(foastum for f^stum); M 93 (mansuoieuit for mansuauit), 313 (alooc 
for aloe); Q 7, 8, 13, 29, 33, 35, 36 (quoer- for quer-) ; (by wrong 
expansion of contraction): D 108 (deproecatio for deprac-), 109 (de- 
proebendo for deprch-) ; E 507 (exproesit for expressit) ; I 63 (interpraes 
for interpres) ; (in adverbial ending) : A 297 (aequa« for aeque) ; F 9 
(fabra6 for fabre) ; Q 22 (diminutiuoe for -ue) 

cmiov a\ A 818 (auras for aras) ; E 470 (exot^rauit for exarauit), 
512 (exotMlituat for exod-); H 24 (ba«auie for gazae); P 588 (protu- 
plat^tum for protoplostum) 

a for re : 14 (iaoea for iacere) 

a for f : Int. 121 (aparatio for apparttio) ; G 191 (gallus for gtlbus) ; 
T 55 (tendamus for tendtmus); (through e-y)\ Int. 192 (locisca for 
l^cisca) ; T 13 (tabicon for typicon) 

a for au: A 901 (ospicium for at^sp-); I 83 (infostior for in- 
fof^tior); L 215 (ootionator for ouct-), 223 (octioni for atictione); 
U 83 (uescoda for bascauda) 

a for oe ( = e) : A 400 (agr^ for oegre) ; 849 (poeta for poetoe) ; 
L 140 (latitiae for laet-) 

a for oe : P 384 (phanicem for phoeniceum) 

a inserted : S 362 (signaum for signum) 

a (initial) dropped : B 85 (bena for auena). 

§ 40. 6 for c^: A 1 (a&miniculum for ac^m-); H 121 (hiro&i for 
hirotii) 

h iov p\ A 13 (aitabiles for a^t-), 42, 64, 75 (a6tauit, a6tet for 
ajut-) ; C 945 (cu6a for cii/?a); E 321 (ino&s for inops) ; O 2, 10 (o5tio 
for optio), 70 (ofttatis for opt-) ; T 13 (ta6icon for tyjoicon), 22 (ta6etum 
for tapetum) 



INTRODUCTION. XXlll 

6 for It ( = v) : Int. 309 (ineftitabile for inet*-) ; A 23 (a6eruncat for 
auerr-), 48 (a6ena for af«-), 551 (6ello8US for uillosus); B 7 (6acillat 
for tsBuo), 70 (6erru8 for uerres), 71 (Verruca for werr-), 72, 77 (6ema 
for tiema), 85 (6eiia for atiena), 87 (fieredarios for wer-), 88 (fterbene for 
t^rbene), 90 (bael6ae for beltoie), 103 (Vitiligo for uitr), 112 (6ifarius for 
muarium), 135 (6itricius for uitricus), 139 (^ibrantia for uibr-) ; C 487 
(cli^osa for cliuosa), 489 (cla^atum for clau-), 726 (conlu&io for ogdIuujo), 
795 (bre6iter for bret^) ; D 292 (car6a for cnrua,) ; E 66 (ene6ata for 
enertMita), 524 (exu6iae for exuviae) ; E 7 (fa6or for fauor), 322 (fri6ula 
for frit^ola), 340 (fri6oluin for frit^). See also F 219, 249, 276, 321, 
322, 340, 374; G 29, 99; I 64, 358; L 2, 11, 51, 68, 69, 129, 165, 174, 
189; M 121 (ge6sias for get^as), 182, 203; N 23, 76, 127; O 83; 
P 49, 276 ; R 20 ; S 374, 504 Ac. 

b for ph: B 145 (6os5oris for phoBphoma); N 111 (nim^a for 
njmpha,) 

b for/: B 109 (bi6arius for bi/arius) 

6 for ; : E 495 (6iberatas for Zib-) ; T 263 (be66i for be^i ; see below 
§63) 

b inserted : F 423 (fune&raticius for funerat-) ; L 216 (li6rantes for 
lirantes) 

b omitted: I 140 (inhiebant for inbi6ebant); O 146 (olimat for 
ob\-) 

§ 41. C doubled : A 173 (accolitiis for acolytus) ; C 877 (croccitus 
for crocitus) ; F 135 (faecce for faece); H 155 (huncciue for huncine) 

c omitted (before t) : Int 321 (distintio for distinctio) ; A 172 
(accintu for accinctu) ; C 549 (conpletitur for conplectitur), 732 (coarta 
for coarcta) ; M 230 (cinthium for cinctum) 

c inserted (before t): 727 (confictium for conuitium); N 139 
(noctet for notet) ; S 561 (fructices for frutices) 

c (initial) omitted : O 142 (olentes for colentes?) 

c inserted (after s and before i): E 106 (eliscium for elysium) 

c inserted (before x): C 813 (coniuncxerunt for coniunx-) 

c for 8ch : C 359 (cetula for schednh) 

c for Z: P 111 (pacin for paZin), 176 (paruca for paru^?) 

a for q : P 269 (scualare for s^u-) 

c for qu : A 352, 831 (Aescilia, Ascilium for Es^wiliae) ; S 270 
(sexciplum for ses^t^iplum) 

dor p : S 679 (siacte for suaj^te) 

c for /(=ph) : S 185 (scienices for scini/es) 

c for « : L 97 (lactescit for laces«it) ; misreading : C 199 (cartago for 
•artago) 



XXIV INTRODUCTION. 

cc for x: B 47 (bacoeas for baxeas) 

c for ch: Int. 90 (disticon for disticAon), 217 (monesticon for 
monostic/ion) ; A 116 (aceron for acAeron), 957 (aurocalcum for 
auricAalcum) ; C 7 (Carubdia for cAarybdis), 758 (conds for concAis), 
975 (cyrograffum for cAirographum) ; E 222 (enlencus for elencAus), 
519 (exenodocium for xenodoc/uum) ; F 70 (colcorum for colcAorum); 
G 98 (gigantomacie for -cAia) ; H 120 (scema for scAema) ; see further 
I 169; L271; M 122, 133, 141; N 2; 237; P195; R 103; S 74, 
120, 201, 482, 545; T 203, 266 

c for r : I 446 (cacorum for carorum) 

c for 8c: L 228 (faces for faeces) 

ch for Gr. k and x* -^ 1^7 (acAolothus for acoluthus); C 360 
(chroma) ; M 68 (malacAia for malacia) 

cA for A : P 78 (parcAedris for parAedris) 

c for ^ : A 632 (ancore for an^ore) ; C 341 (cente for ^ranta), 946 
(cummi for ^ummi) ; G 170 (grates for crates), 174 (^raticium for cra- 
ticium) ; S 543 (strica for stri^a) ; T 200 (tocoria for tii^uria) 

dor t: A 886 (incendunt for in^) ; F 101 (farcum for far^m), 209 
(pictaci for pi^ci) ; I 492 (iscit for istic) ; M 298 (musicanter for 
musitonter); S 202 (sclactarius for s^la^tarius) ; E 536 (suciata for 
sa^iata) 

ci for ti: G 78 (gescire for geatire) ; L 24 (lauticiae for lauti^me) 

c for cc: F 217 (flacentia for flaccentia); M 89 (sacellum for 
saccellum); O 116 (ocultantur for occ-), 121 (ocursauis, ocurris for 
OCC-), 122 (ocultant for occ-) 

§ 42. d omitted : A 409 (aiumenta for a^ium-) 

d for t: A 277 (aeiauus for atouus) ; D 348 (domua for tomus) ; 
E 70 (coc^itiana for cotidiana; I 463 (inquici? for inqui^); L 241 
(linquirf, reliquic? for liquid, reliqui^) ; O 256 (sordes for sortes) ; T 9, 
31 (tancfiindem for tan^) 

di for gi: C 793 (cone^^iarium for con^iarium) 

d for dd: S 47 (quoc^am for quoei^am) 

dior o: P 236 (peri^Mon for periodon) 

c? for r : S 484 (spicfis for spiris) 

d for cl: N 140 (nomene^^ator for -c&,tor) 

dfori: M 364 (munci^a for munia) 

d for n: A 562 (andec^ for andena) 

§ 43. 6 for o: Int. 217 (monesticon for monostichon) ; A 168 
(mallioles for malleolos) ; B 64 (bcantes for boantes) ; C 634 (delcres for 
dolores); H 153 (hrema for chroma); L 320 (lubrices for lubricos); 
N 91 (ncxius for noxius); P 458 (pHospcrus for phosphorus), 662 



INTRODUCTION. XXV 

(prexeos for ptochias), 861 (medicos for modicos); S 95 (nen for non), 
559 (stuperatus for stupor-) ; T 133 (teruus for toruus) 

e for i: A 10 (ancella for anctlla), 61 (absedas for abstdas), 128 
(arcessite for -ti) ; C 523 (cremine for crim-), 697 (trapiz6tae for trape- 
zitae), 729 (colkgitur for colHg-), 748 (conpatum for conpttum), 764 
(concedit for concidit), 847 (conburet for conburit), 852 (utiles for 
u tilts), 872 (crebrat for cribrat), 873 (crebrum for cribrum), 932 
(curules for -Its); D 9 (dapsele for -tie), 42 (deffitentur for dtff-), 44 
(degladiandi for dtgl-), 53 (dedasculum for dtdascalum), 63 (degladiati 
for dtgl-), 67 (decedit for dectdit), 94 (degesta for dtg-), 98 (deadema 
for dtad-). See further D 107, 149, 154, 158, 165, 172, 183, 194, 197, 
203, 212, 213; E 283 (erenis for ertnys), 317, 449, 468, 476, 489, 540, 
541, 547; F 21, 45, 46, 199, 236, 278, 331; G 25, 27, 29, 123, 139; 
H 13, 49, 75, 78, 85, 98 ; I 108 (indegina for indtgena), 118, 158, 332, 
360, 426, 433, 499, 509; L 72, 121, 122, 254; M 64, 77, 86, 118, 131, 
265; N 60, 197; O 61, 93, 124, 159, 163, 260; P 32, 71, 112, 317, 
375, 662 ; S 155, 192, 320, 321, 374 

e for a: 341, G 53, 68 (cente, gente for ganta) ; D 90 (seperare 
for separare) ; E 219 (energia for enargia), 276 (operentur for ope- 
rantur), 370 (iactato for ioctato) ; E 350 (aristes for aristos) ; G 23 
(geneo for ganeo), 160 (greditur for graditur); I 95 (infusceretur for 
iufuscar-), 142 (merothece for rayrotheca). See further I 459, 497 ; 
L 26, 72, 105, 106, 112, 113, 125, 257, 342; M 7, 122; N 55; P 499, 
830 ; JR 170 ; S 247, 257, 508, 544 ; U 83 

e omitted: Int. 12 (afertice for aphaeretice) ; D 45 (delibrat for 
deliberat); I 313 (inrequiuit for inrequieuit) ; G 56 (genthliatici for 
geneth-); N 5 (nausatio for nauseatio), 191 (nucli for nuclei); O 157 
(olastrum for oleastrum) 

e for ^ (=^i): E 235 (epistelia for epistylia); G 47 (gemmasium for 
gymnasium), 74 (gemnasia for gymn-); I 142 (merotheoe for myro- 
theca); M 132 (merepsica for m^epsica), 138 (merotetes for myro- 
thece), 166 (megale for myg-); P 23, 81 (panagericum for panegyri- 
cum), 77 (panagericis for panegyricis) ; S 253 (senodus for synodus) 

e for ae: Int. 12 (afertice for aphoeretice) ; B 144 (blessus for 
bloesus); C 728 (coetanium, coeuum for cooetanium, cooeuum); D 174, 
226 (deseptus, diseptus for dissoeptus); E 94 (egre for oegre), 266 
(equora for oequora), 267 (equiperat for aequiperat), 275 (erumna for 
oerumna), 311 (esitat for haesitat); see further E 305, 307, 357, 428, 
459; F 2 (teda for toeda), 38 (precinentes for proec-), 52 (sepe for 
soepe), 143 (feculentus, fece for foec-, foece), 150, 413 (cesus for coesus); 
G 37 (gesa for goesa), 48, 97; H 48 (herumna for oerumna); see also 



XXVI INTRODUCTION. 

H 113, 144, 145; I 81, 117, 234, 332; M 162, 177, 192, 196, 206, 
363; N 63, 54, 69, 80; O 182; P 12, 90, 140, 157, 162, 268, 269; 
R 229 ; S 139 &c. <bc. 

e for ie : E 274 (ereon = I 43 ierion = Gr. icpcibv) 

^ for oe : A 157 (acr^ for acroe), 177 (adsutf for -toe), 290 (adfquat 
for ado^q-), 317 (aeqa^ for aequa«); E 420 (exedrf for exedro^), 486 
(alienf for -nae), &c. 

§ for e : A 400 (sgre for aegre) 

^ for t : L 33 (If xiua for Itxiuia) 

e prefixed : E 519, R 103 (exenodocium for xenodochiiim) 

eufore: £ 330, 346 (ettdolia for adulia), 351 (eurjma for erinys) 

ex for cies : E 521 (eojtimat for oe^timat) 

ex {p&jHy) dropped : O 198 (specto for exspecto) 

e for oe: F 122 (Fenicium for Pho^n-), 198 (citharedus for citha- 
ro^dus); M 134, 179 (melop^us for melopo^us); P 252 (panix for 
pho«nix), 388 (Phebe for Phoebe), 502 (petria for poetria). See also 
i for oe 

e inserted: Int. 317 (pedeum for pedum); A 429 (alietibas for 
alitibus) ; I 423 (iuperimente for inprimente) ; L 285 (lupea for lupa) 

6 (initial) omitted : P 397 (pistilia for epistylia), 423 (pimelea 

eforeu: B 51 (rema for reumB,) 

e for t : M 232 (monofealmon for monoph^halmon) 

6 for t6 : O 172 (onestus for ont^us), 176 (lectum for Ittcrum) 

eforei: Int. 125 (edulion for eidyllion). 

§ 44. / ior ph : Int. 12 (%/ertice for ajoAaeretice), 294 (stq^us for 
stepAanus); D 248 (dia/bnia for diap^); E 348 (eo/bnia for eup^); 
F 22 (/asianus for pAas-), 61 (/alangarius for j^Aal-), 70 (Jkaua for 
PAasis). See further F 73, 113, 114, 122, 130, 155, 156, 177, 189, 209, 
211, 216, 255, 296, 298; H 64; M 124, 139, 204, 232; N 100; O 176, 
265 ; P 55 (bis), 79, 299 ; S 45, 342, 346, 361, 367 ; T 162 

/ for w (=v): B 18 (de/bratio for deu-); B 112 (bi^uius for 
uitiarium); C 503 (oon/ulsus for cont^ulsus), 547 (/orax for tM>rax), 
727 (con/'ictium for contiitium) ; D 84 (de/btabat for detu)tabat), 172, 
233 (di/ortium, de/brtia for dittr), 238 (di/eruerat for ditterberat), 267 
(de/brat for deworat) ; F 99 (/arius for uarius), 128 (^enus for Fenus]), 
178 (/ibrans for mbrans), 300 (/ortex for Mortex), 410 (fugiti/^us 
for fugitii^); M 62, 114 (Ma/brtiam, Ma/brtem for Mauortiam, 
Mat^rtem); P 262 (per/'icaciter for perw-), 263 (yblocitas for t«el-), 
617 (pro/ecta for prow-), 631 (prae^uicator for praet«-), 677 (pri/*ignuB 
for priw-), 766 (prq/ectus for prott-) 



INTRODUCTION. XXVU 

ff for 'ph : C 635 (cq^'inus for co^^inus), 975 (cyrogra^um for 
chirograjoAum) ; E 83 (e^bus for e^Aebus), 91 (e|^ui for epAebi); 
I 146 (interanaglyj^ for -glyj^Aa); S 380 (sq/^ for sopAia), 388 (so^ls- 
ticis for 8opA^), 520 (strq/^ for stropAa), 540 (strq^ia for strq^Aia), 718 
(syngn^ for syngraj^Ae) 

/for «: C 593 (con/erata for con^erta?); S 710 (syne/actas for 
syneisactas) 

y for t : D 310 (dis/ecit for disiecit) 

/for 6: D 262 (diatri/as for diatriftas); E 250 (epi/ati for 
ephi6ati) ; M 326 (Mulci/er for -6er) 

/ for A : F 58 (^uiolus for Aariolus) 

/for ff\ F 236 (de/usa for di/usus); H 33 (di/iculter, di/idle for 

fiorn: S 677 (stur/iis for stumus, through sturuus 1) 

/for/? : M 177 (/loret for j^lorat) ; T 256 (tro/on for trq^n) 

/for r : A 376 (A/estotiles for At-) 

§ 45. ^ inserted: A 104 (aco^itum for aconitum); E 24 (ec^- 
feront for ecferunt) ; F 192 (fiti^is for fitialiB) 

g omitted : A 259 (a^erat for a^c^erat) ; F 223 (flarantius for fla^-) ; 
L 254 (loica for lo^ica) 

g doubled : E 97 (e^^ones for e^ones) ; F 141 (su^^t for su^t) 

^ for c : E 104 (e^^logae for eclogae) ; F 287 (folli^^antes for follic-) ; 
I 510 (iun^etum) for iuncetum); M 118 (mantra for mantica), 299 
(mulc^atores for mulo-); R 228 (masti^t for masticat); S 23, 89 
(san^it for Bancit) ; U 101 (ue^ros for uecors) 

g for u (=y): E 525 (exu^e for exuuiae) ; F 363 (fri^la for 
frittola) 

g £or d: H 75 (heru^o for hirueio) 

g for t: P 195 (peri p^ocias for peri ptocias) 

§ 46. A omitted : A 13 (abUes for Aab-), 448 (aUtus for Aal-) ; 44, 86 
(cantarus for cantAarus), 972 (cyatus for cyatAus) ; D 97 (detrait for de- 
traAit) ; E 391 (exaltauit for exAalauit) ; G 74 (termae for tAermae) ; 
M 138 (merotetes for myrotAece), 287 (monotalmis for monophtAalmis) ; 
It 22, 24 (ramnus for rAamnus), 111 (retica for rAaetica), 177 (Einoco- 
ruris for RAin-), 180 (rithmus for rAythmus), 181 (rinoceres for rAino- 
ceros); S 309 (exibeo for exAibeo), 571 (strutio for strutAio) ; T 175 (timi- 
amate for tAym-), 196 (torax for tAorax). E 1 67 (emisticius for Aem-), 169 
(emisperion for Aem-), 278 (eruli for Aeruli), 279 (erus for Aerus), 290 
(erodi for Aerodius), 302, 311 (esitat for Aaesitat), 360, 404 (exaustis for 
exAaustis), 449, 489 (examreant, exaureant for exAauriant), 522 (exa- 
meron for Aexaemeron) ; G 48 (asta for Aasta) j I 62 (ortator for Aorta- 



XXVui INTRODUCTION. 

tor). 78 (inians for Indians), 94 (inibitum for inAibitum), 292 (inalator 
for inAalator) ; see further I 480, 481 ; L 129 ; N 17, 33, 55, 59 ; O 126, 
128, 151, 158, 159, 227, 230, 257, 262 (oroma for Aorama), 265; P 8, 
171, 183, 386, 473 (astella for AasteUa), 567 ; R 40, 108, 129 ; S 449 

h inserted : E 240 (epAitomos for epit-), 241 (epitAoma for epitoma), 
318 (etAimologia for etym-) ; P 745 (proAemiam for prooemium) ; R 85 
(retAorridus for retoiT-) ; S 629 (super AabuD dans for superab-) ; T 136 
(tAeda for taeda), 144 (tAus for tus), 154 (TAersicorem for Terpsi- 
chorem), 156 (tAessera for tessera) 

hiov ch: B 181 (braAiale for bracAiale); H 16 (Aalibs for cAalybs), 
19 (Aarubdis for cAarybdis), 153 (Arema for cAroma) 

A for ^ : H 24 (Aausae for ^azae) 

A prefixed : D 42 (Aostiarii for ost-) ; H 48 (Aerumna for aerumna), 
52 (Aebenum for ebenum), 120 (Aieronia for ironia), 134 (Aolor for olor), 
146 (Aolido for olido), 147 (Aoneraria for oner-), 151 (Aolftor for olitor) ; 
L 86 (Aabunde for ab-), 265 and O 181 (Aabundans for ab-); M 267 
(Aabundat for ab-) ; P 239 (Aironiam for iron-) ; S 66 (Aonera for onera) 

A transposed : R 62 (retAorica for rAetorica), 131 (retAorem for 
rAetorem) 

§ 47. i for y : A 173 (accoKtus for acol^us) ; D 281 (d^scolus for 
dyscolus) ; E 262, 289 (ependtten, erendtten for ependyten), 318 
(etbimologia for et^mologia), 351 (eurynts for erinys); F 209 
(filacteria for pbyl-), 211 (filargtria for philargyria) ; G 92 (gipsus 
for gi/psum), 142 (gripem for grg/phem), 143 (grillus for gryllus); see 
further H 92, 104, 113; I 5, 9, 480, 481 ; L 160, 194, 198, 227, 229, 
240; M 204, 206, 208, 218, 221; N 63, 100, 109, 111; O 24, 144, 
145, 152, 158, 171, 236, 260; P 11, 55, 127, 169, 397, 433, 
510; S 168, 190, 199, 316, 318, 328, 333, 342, 367, 377, 466; Q 42 
(qutnici for cynici), 65 (quinos for c^os) 

* inserted: A 8, 21 (inuiolata for inuolata); 49 (uacillanis for 
-lans) ; D 375 (duellium for duellum) ; E 301 (erigastulo for ergastulo), 
469 (exttus for extis) ; H 121 (diuidenis for diuidens), 139 (holioglapha 
for holographa); I 76 (angustiis for angustis), 171 (studiosius for 
studiosus), 290 (in posterio for in postero); L 212 (liis for lis), 240 
(linchini for lychni), 300 (luitia for lutea) ; M 141 (mecanicta for me- 
chanica), 200 (metiicius for metricus), 230 (cinthium for cinctum) ; O 17 
(resistems for -tens) ; P 25 (comuentio for conuentio), 337 (persoluio for 
persoluo), 500 (posticia for postica) ; S 279 (iudicams for iudicans), 424 (so- 
leras for sollers) ; U 136 (uertigio for uertigo), 181 (uitricius for uitricus) 

i (initial) dropped : C 512 (conisma for iconisma); S 551 (stinc for 
istinc), 564 (stic for istic) 



INTRODUCTION. XXIX 

i omitted: E 237 (breuiarum for breuiarium), 394 (exito for 
exitto); F 190 (luscina for luscinia), 272 (formas for formias), 303 
(suamm for suarium), 414 (fustarius for fusttarius), 427 (fulgine for 
fuUg-); I 145 (triiiis, uis for triuus, uits), 319 (inuolutis for inuol- 
mtis), 335 (latumis for latumits) ; L 33 (l^xiua for lixiuia), 52 (brachis 
for bracbiis), 57 (lacinosum for laciniosum) ; M 283 (supplicis for -cits) ; 
N 176 (nudustertiuB for uudtust-) ; O 207 (stipendis for -diis) ; P 265 
(perende for perendie), 301, 303 (per for peri), 476 (plagarius for 
plagiar-), 526 (orbs for orbis), 812 (priuilegarius for -gtarius); Q 29 
(quaei*emonis for querimonits); S 267 (sero for serio) 

i (final) dropped: C 697 (collectaH, nummulart for collectaHt, 
nummularii) ; L 220 (ceniari for ceruarti), 289 (litterari for litterarit) ; 
P 139 (patrici for patrim*), 159 (bucelatori for buccellatorii), 758 
(primari for primarii); S 218 (unguentari for -tartt); U 118 (ueredari 
for -darit) 

t^ for y : G 97 (gi^eceum for g^aeceum) 

* for w : Tnt 208 (aestis for aestt^s) ; C 721 (bonis for bontis) ; 
D 191 (delibra for delwbra) ; H 149 (homulis for homullt^s); I 266 
(inttbus for intubus) ; L 258 (pannis for pannt«s) ; M 19 (manitergium 
for mant^t-); N 100 (nouelKs for -Iws), 128 (mmquis for nt^mquis); 
O 58 (obstipuit for obstwp-) ; P 161 (incibus for incwbus), 771 (crimi- 
nosis for -sws), 872 (pigilis for pwg-) ; Q 30, 32 (quaestiosus, quae- 
stiosius for quaestf^-); S 197 (scripulum for scn^p-), 679 (siacte for 
smipte) 

i for e: A 150 (acnonttus for acoenonetus), 459 (alapiciosa for 
alopec-); C 556 (coercit for coercet), 578 (praeuidtmus for praeuid^mus), 
596 (conquirentem for conquerentem), 697 (trapizetae for trapezitae), 
728 (coetaninm for coaetaneum), 870 (ci-udtscente for crudesoente), 888 
(siriem for seriem), 914 (nausia for nausea); D 51 (defitiget for defetiget), 
66 (decidens for decedens), 106 (decit for decet), 161 (dtscendit for desc-), 
216 (dispectare, dispicere for despectare, despicere), 237 (dilubra for 
del libra), 260 (dirigiiere for deriguere), 261 (dioctsa for dioecesis), 324 
(dissedit for dissidet), 326 (dissiduus, dtsidiosus for desiduus, desi- 
diosus); E 136 (elimentis for elementis), 143 (eligantur for eleganter), 
155 (mercis for merces), 246 (adoliscens for adolescens), 429 (extimplo 
for extemplo); F 3 (facttia for facetia), 40 (familiciis for famel-), 82 
(fatttur for fatetur), 115 (feruginius for femigineus), 187 (ftstum for 
festum), 249 (rubtus for rubeus), 292 (fomis for fomes?), 299 (forinsis 
for forensis); G 27 (gartlum for galerum), 50 (genialts for geniales); 
H 50 (habitat for bebetat), 56 (hebitatus for hebetatus), 84 (hebttiores, 
rusticioris for hebetiores, rusticiores), 110 (hiscire for hiscere), 115 (utro 



XXX INTRODUCTION. 

for uero) ; I 59 (dtstitutus for dest-), 60 (inttia for media) ; see further 
I 61, 72, 74, 81, 91 (inl«oebra for inlecebra), 108 (indegina for indig^na), 
118, 219, 252, 300, 301, 342, 373, 437, 444, 490, 498, 506, 511; L 2, 
143, 156, 195, 201, 220, 221, 223, 238, 268, 279, 300; M 14, 52, 63, 
86, 155, 177, 181, 190, 225 (miauratio for m«ns-), 240, 244, 247, 250, 
257, 335, 341, 354, 360; N 39, 51, 60, 125; O 27, 154, 164, 237, 265, 
266, 293 ; P 8, 40, 105, 106, 108, 135, 340, 348, 436, 464; S 306, 318, 
321, 349 

i for 06 : F 155 (iimx for phoenix); L 175 (Itdoria for loedoria); 
O 128 (odtporicum for hodoep-) 

iiora: C 765 (consimilis for -las) ; D 229 (dictt for dicat) ; E 555 
(uigiHbant for uigilabant) ; F 76 (faniticus for fanaticus); H 10 
(euacutssent for euacuossent) ; I 431 (U'nguidus for languidus) ; L 208 
(litescere for lat-), 285 (lupmaria for lupan-); P 168 (pipilio for pap-), 
183 (pantigatum for pantagathum) ; S 329 (sipius for sapius) 

ie ioT e: D 269 (diemsX for demat) 

iefori: H 120 (hteronia for tronia); S 185 (sctenices for sctnifes) 

iefory: H 117 (hitmen for hymen) 

i for : Int. 94 (diastole for diastole) ; H 118 (h«rribi1e for horr-) ; 
P 515 (ptlimita for pol-) 

t for 06 : H 123 (sttosus for sa^tosus) 

it for 8 1 I 15 (percussa^< for percussu^) 

ie for Gr. c : I 40 (teortasticai for copr-) 

i for ei: P 451 (pHadas for pletadas) 

iu for «: P 108 (consolatortiim for -torem), 268 (eruditorit^m for 
-torem) 

ifor 8: A 761 (arces«endos for arces^endos) 

t for ^ : A 768 (aptum for ap^um) 

t for Z : 444 (cteps for cfeps) 
• § 48. I transposed : 642 (scZuptae for scuZptae) 

I doubled: 373 (ma^^o for ma^), 713 (co^^rate for coibrate); 
D 292 (toZferabilis for tofer-); F 148 (feWus for f eZus - felis), 190 
(filome^^ for filome^a) ; G 27 (peZfeum for pi^um) ; M 87, 92 {maJlo 
for malo), 90 (maZZim, uellim for maZim, ueZim) ; O 175 (onocrata/Zus 
for onocrotaZus) ; P 296 (toZferata for tofer-), 323 (toZZeramus for tofer-) 

I for b : A 354 (ufi for u6i) ; F 405 (InguZre for luga6re) 

I omitted : Int. 259 (circumfexus for circumffexus) ; A 20 (spendor 
for spendor), 879 (atomi for Zatomi) ; C 496 (causile for cZausile) ; 
E 218 (spendescit for spZendescit) ; P 547 (postrum for pZostrum), 
574 (fiius for fi/ius); R 131 (spendoris for spfendoris), 219 (spendidum 
for spZendidum) ; S 514 (stragua for stragu^) 



INTRODUCTION. XXXI 

I inflerted : B 147 (bfohonicula for bothon-); 8 187 (scaZpula for 
scapula) 

Z for r: F 254 (fZagrans for fragrans), 329 (f^rat for fragrat); 
H 139 (holiogZapha for bologrupha) ; O 46 (obscii/atio for obscur-) ; 
P 55 (pastofoZia for pastopboria), 243 (perf/ictio for perfrictio), 449 
(pAinas for prunus), 456 (pZumum for prunum); S 674 (su^iunt for 
Buriunt) 

Z for iT: L 149 (Zeptis for iTeptis) 

Z for ii : L 230 (aZtionatar for at^ct-) 

lforu{vorh): G 91, 191 (gilZns, gallus for gilteus or gil&us) 

Z for t : B 43 (basilZa for basilm) ; G 175 (GraZorum for Graiorum) ; 
O 49 (obZectare for obtectare) 

Z for ZZ: H 79 (paZidus for paZZidus), 149 (bomuZis for bomuZZus) ; 
N 155 (uoueZetum for noueZZetum) ; P 159 (bnceZatori for bucceZZatorii), 
442 (decoZatur for decoZZatur), 699 (anguila for anguiZZa) ; S 382 
(soZentia for soZZertia), 387, 389 (soZers for soZZers) 

H for h : P 458 (pZiosperus for pAospborus) 

li for r : S 21 (saZttum for sartum) 

Z for ^ : A 417 (albuZo for albu^) 

§ 49. m for mm: C 720 (consumatus for consumTTiatus), 760 
(comentat for commentat) ; S 377 (simisti for symmystae) 

m doubled : C 647 (commitia for comitia) 

m f or n : C 751 (comicem for cornicew), 756 (domum for donum) ; 
G 47 (gemmasium for gymnasium) ; L 153 (lemociniat for lenoc-) ; 
P 456 (plumum for pruwum) ; S 726 (symtagm- for synt) 

m for ri : 756 (contiamum for oongiaWum) 

m for r: A 586 (meiTior for maeror); S 251 (separatum for 
separatur) 

mfor 8: O 196 (facultam for faculta^) 

m inserted : E 204 (empbimerides for epbemerides) ; M 208 (mi- 
mopora for myoparo) 

mforns: O 31 (perseueram for perseueran^) 

§ 50. n for u : A 640 (angustior for ai^g-) ; B 45 (barbenta for 
brabei^ta) ; C 476 (clawdire for clawdire), 684 (conclama for conclat^ia), 
976 (cyuominna for cynosttra); E 449 (exanreant for exbai^riant) ; 
P 863 (sine for sme) ; S 294 (senente for saetiiente ?) 

n omitted : C 797 (cogitarium for congiarium) ; E 317 (etbicus for 
ethnicus); F 213 (flutas for flutans); I 470 (ioluerunt for inol-), 495 
(isignit for insignit) ; M 59 (masitat for mansitat), 220 (magifice for 
magnifice), 225 (misuratio for mens-), 236 (conpugit for conpungit); 
P 348 (penticotarcbus for pentecontarcbus), 467 (plataria for plantaria); 



XXXll INTRODUCTION. 

Q 66 (quiquennalis for quiTiqueimalis) ; S 90 (saxit for saTixit), 682 
(i for in) 

n inserted: Int. 126 (ethiantike for aetiatike); D 303 (peromans 
for perorans), 323 (denique for deique) ; E 222 (enlencus for elenchus) ; 
I 247 (inquiens for inquies) ; L 109, 266 (formonsum for formosnm), 
219 (lingurrit for ligurrit), 240 (linchini for lychni), 241 (linquid for 
liquit), 321 (fallanx for fallax) ; S 114 (anthletae for athletae) 

ni omitted : M 361 (mufex for mumfex) 

n for jt> : E 249 (epilentious for epilepticus) 

n for g : S 356 (sinnum for si^um) 

n for m : A 585 (anfora for amphora), 609 (anfetrite for amphit-) ; 
E 476 (extenus for extiinus); H 119 (pantominus for -mimus); I 109 
(innobiliter for immob-) ; P 816 (propedien for -diem) 

n doubled : R 145 (rennuunt for renuunt) 

« for r : A 299 (aegne for aegre) ; F 428, 433 (mom for mo9*s) ; G 64 
(genusia for gerusia) ; I 532 (laoenosa for lacerosa) ; M 22 (mantyriam 
for mart-); O 174 (ontigometra for ort-) ; P 50 (pantocraton for -crator); 
S 144 (obscuriones for -res); S 382 (solentia for sollertia) 

n for h: H 161 (nunc for hxmo); U 143 (ueniculum for ueAi- 
culum) 

n for I: F 382 (funix for fuZix); L 156 (linionis for lineoZis) 

§ 51. for «: A 133 (fortio for forti«), 213, 620 (satio for sati«), 
243 (farao for farri^); 453 (uindictio for uindictia), 802 (comitatio 
for comitatio?); E 46 (abdicatio for abdicati^); F 155 (congregatio for 
congregati^) 

o for u: A 107 (acholothus for aooltttlins), 258 (adolator for adt^l-); 
B 83 (teotoni for tewtoni), 149, 164 (bouulci, bobulcus for huh-); C 508 
(conabulum for own-), 555 (conlocopletatus for conlocwpl-), 640 (cospis 
for cuspis), 671 (coagolescit for coagwl-), 775 (coagolum for coagt^lum), 
850 (comolus for cumulua)^ 889 (guttoris for guttwris), 932 (curro for 
currw); D 83 (deglobere for deglwbere), 258 (dilotis for diltetis), 366 
(motatio for mutatio); E 155 (emolomentum for emolt^mentum), 330, 
346 (eudolia for edi^lia), 466 (permotatio for permwt-); F 275 (forcifer 
for ft^rcifer); G 167 (gratator, gratulator for -twr); H 9 (haeiolat for 
heiwlat), 61 (luxoriosus for luxur-), 100 (hiatos for hiatt^s), 224 (bobu- 
linum for huh-); see further I 497 ; L 129, 312; M 57, 257; N 180; 
O 160, 161, 165; P 49, 56, 90, 441, 476, 499, 530, 835; R 206, 207; 
S 97, 158, 308, 368, 413, 429, 530; T 200, 204 

for oe: D 261 (diocisa for dioecesis) 

for a: A 102 (aconito for -ta), 514 (obolitionem for abol-) ; D 76 
(potescit for patescit), 157 (obsorbens for abs-), 166 (defragore for defra- 



INTRODUCTION. XXXlll 

gave) ; E 331 (tolentorum for tal-) ; F 104 (fauo for faba), 130 (Foeton 
for Phaeton), 269 (fogo for fago), 296 (formacopula for pharmacopola) ; 
L 260 (lobe for labe); M 79 (manatio for manantia), 133 (meloncolia 
for melancholia), 208 (mimopora for myoparo); N 181 (nuntio for 
nuntia) ; O 124 (oceaiium for aciarium), 262 (oroma for horama) ; 
P 165 (parmocopula for pharmacopola), 542 (popauer for pap-), 662 
(prexeos for ptochias), 730 (obruptus for abr-); S 311 (situlo for -la), 
317 (olioquin for al-), 465 (spargona for spargana) ; T 136 (optum for 
apt-), 140 (colores for cal-), 178 (Titon for Titan) 

o for e: A 923 (opotatis for cp-) ; E 125 (elogi for elegi); G 131 
(glomoramur for glomer-); L 259 (lotum for letum) ; O 22 (oboliscus for 
obel-); P 499 (podorem for pod^rem), 548 (porgere for perg-); S 266 
(serio for serie), 413 (sodolus for sedulas), 432 (sodatus for sedatus) 

inserted: H 11 (habiloes for habiles), 119 (historicusfor histricus); 
L 21 (laogoena for lagoena) 

o omitted : O 223 (oplere for obolere) 

for i: I 336 (intomus for inttmus); P 317 (appollones for Apol- 
Imis) 

oe for e : L 263, 267 (loctalis, loetiferum for Idi-) 

oy for u: M 233 (mo^sica for mt^sica) 

§ 52. p for ph: E 184 (emisperium for hemispAaerium), 244 (e^i- 
meri for epAemeris), 250 (e;pifati for ejpAibati); G 142 {gnpem for 
gryphem) ; N 17, 33 (napta for napAtha), 55 (nepta for napAtha), 59 
(neptalim for nepAthalim) ; P 165 (;?armocopula for ph-\ 252 (penix for 
/?/toenix), 458 (plio&periiB for joAospAerus) ; S 442 (sjperiae for spA^ritae), 
458 (spera for s;?Aera) 

p omitted: E 478 (exsumtuauit for exsumjotuauit) ; T 154 (Ther- 
sicorem for Terjpsichoren) 

pp for bh: G 93 (gippns for gi55us) 

pforb: 1 102 (increpescit for incre5rescit), 418 (publico for pu61ico); 
O 223 (oplere for o5olere) ; P 327, 339 (puplicam, publicum for pu61-), 
680 (proplesma for pro&lema), 870 (puplicani, puplicam for pu51-); R 60 
(respujolica for respu51-) 

p for/: P 323 (perperimus for per/erimus?), 666 (praxinus for 
yraxinus) 

pfoT g : O 58 (obripuit for obri^it) 

p for pp: Int. 121 (aparatio for ajoparitio) ; O 183 (operiebamur &r 
opp-), 185 (opido for oppido), 186 (opilauit for opp-), 188 (operientes 
for opp-), 198 (operior, for opp-), 214 (qpessulatis for opp-), 220 (opansum 
for opp-) 

pfor u: S 102 (joappa for t^appa) 

C. G. C 



XXXIV INTRODUCTION. 

'p doubled: M 63 (ma;>;>alia for ma^Mtlia); P 317 (a/ipoUones for 
A/M>llfnis) 

'p for B : A 382 (agajoo for aga«o) 

/jA for j9: E 161 (empAeria for empeiria), 230 (c^Aiphania for 
epiphania), 238 (epAitlialamium for c^it-), 239 (epAyria for empiria), 
240 (epAitomos for epitomos) ; O 144 (olimjoAum for Olympum) ; P 386 
(/^Aitecus for j^ithecus) 

ph omitted : M 287 (monotalmis for monopAthalmis) 

§ 53. qu for cA : C 530 (consilium for concAilium) 

^ for c : Q 42 (g'uinici for cynici), 65 (^mnos for cynicos) 

§ 54. r omitted : A 763 (anaglosa for arnoglossa) ; D 123 (desti- 
care for destricare); E 66 (enebata for eneruata); F 190 (expimuntur 
for exprimuntur), 318-320 (fratuelis for fratruelis), 337 (frustatur for 
frustrator), 345 (fons for frons), 409 (fulgetum for ftilgetrum); G 172 
(feire for ferire) ; I 19 (propietas for proprietas), 102 (increpescit for 
increbrescit), 467 (propio for proprio) ; L 72 (ceditu for caeditur) ; N 
172 (noma for norma); O 120 (occusare for occursare); P 120 (panto- 
cranto for -crantor); S 74 (cura for crura), 558 (stangulat for str-); 
T 120 (uemis for uermis); U 138 (uena for uerna), 148 (uemiculus 
for uermiculus) 

T for t : D 306 (dicreus for dicteus) ; N 200 (nurus for nu^us) ; 
P 662 (prexeos for ptocbias) 

r for A: D 133 (prouerat for proue/iati); O 283 (crasmauit for 
cAasm-) 

r for /? : E 289 (erenditen for ependyten) ; O 254 (orpleuit for oppl-) 

r for u : F 94 (adiurare for adiuttare) 

rg for pi : I 457 (iner^ae for ineptiae) 

r transposed : P 715 (prancatarius for pancrat-) 

r doubled : O 71 (obserrat for obserat) 

r for n : (graphical : misreading of original) ; Int. 127 (serarium for 
sew-); A 44 (dissorum for dissoTium), 575 (urcenos for uwcinos), 749 
(archius for anxius), 820 (arcius for awxius); 434 (circinni for cin- 
cinni), 954 (curae for cuwae), 968 (curabula for cuwabula), 976 (cyno- 
minna for cynosura) ; H 115 (hincire for huicine) ; M 260 (morotonus 
for monot-) 

r for « : Int. 191 (lacertor for -to«); A 28 (abristit for absistit), 29 
(abrisit for abastit), 31 (abaro for aba«o), 757 (artum for a«tum), 775 
(arcesi for a«cesi) ; I 378 (incurrus for incur«us) ; O 273 (ostentur for 
ostentud) 

r for Z : M 257 (morgit for muZget) 

r inserted: A 962, 963 (axredones, axredo for axed-); C 699 



INTRODUCTION. XXXV 

(conubrium for conubiuin); P 484 (portior for potior), 813 (praes- 
trigiae for praestig-) ; T 92 (terpore for tepore) 

r for rr : A 23 (aberuncat for auerruncat) ; C 932 (curendom for 
curr-); E 487 (scunlis for scurrilis); F 115 (feruginius for ferrugineus); 
G 14 (garula for garrula); I 146 (interasile for interrasile) ; O 230 
(oripilatio for hoTrip-) ; S 605 (susuHo for susurrio) 

§ 55. 8 doubled : B 26 (ba««ia for ba«i&), 1 44 (ble^^us for blae^is); C 838 
(pud^illanimis for piwil-); D 110 (accu««at for accu^t), 208 (recu««auere 
for recu^uere), 326 (dwriduus for de^iduus); E 315 (e««ox for e«ox); 
G 139 (Gno^^a for Gnosia); I 82 (accu««at for accu^at); 394 (intror- 
««um for intror«Tim); O 44 (obe^^us for obelus); P 223 (pero^sxim for 
perosnm) 

8 for 88 : Int. 20 (mi^us for mi^^us); 482 (cla^is for cla«^s), 490 
(fosa for fos«a), 493, 497 (cla«ica for cla^^ica), 507, 745 (commi^ura for 
commi^^ura), 722 (commisionibus for commissi-), 893 (spi^auit for spi- 
88BMi\)', D 226 (di^ptus for dis^aeptus), 240 (di^ipat for dissipat), 303 
(di^ertans for dissertans); E 442 (disolutus for diw-), 471 (examiwim for 
examu5«im), 500 (exce«us for exce««us), 507 (exprae^it for expre««it); 
F 64 (fasus for fassus); G 58 (ge«erat for ge««erat); I 446 (ami«ione 
for amw«ione): see further M 152, 205, 216, 285, 309, 351; O 167; 
P 190, 349, 464, 663; S 321 

« inserted before ci ( = ti): Int. 301 (con^cionator for concionator = 
contion-) 

8 for X : A 284, 285 (au«iliare, ausiliabor for aurc-), 635 (ansiferis 
for ana>-), 942 (auwUae for auadllae); E 321 (e^tera for eajtera); F 304 
(fornix for forniaj); O 190 (au^lium for aua^); R 142 (reme« for remeaj) 

s for c : C 194 (cas«usum for cascusum) ; H 116 (hisseire for hiscere); 
I 339 (incondissis for inconcussis) 

8 for/: B 127 (bi«arius for bi/arius); E 236 (eptasyllon for hepta- 
phyWon = hepta/yllon) ; U 20 (ua«er for ua/er) 

« for o; C 21 (interrupti* for interruptio), 588 (contenti« for con- 
tentio). See above : o for 8 

8 (final) dropped: D 222 (discor for discors); O 126 (odo for hodos); 
Till (praepositu for -tu«) 

8 omitted after x: E 382 (exertum for exsertum), 396, 499 (exerta 
for ex«erta), 397 (exerti for ex«erti), 509 (execrare for exs-), 514 (exerit 
for exserit), 517 (excreat for exsc-), 528 (extinctis for ex^tinctis), 531 
(exerere for exserere), 539 (exolutus for ex«ol-) 

« for ^: E 72 (fa^us for faftis) 

8i for ti: P 81 (licenwosum for licen^i-); S 279 (sentenwosus for 
senten^t-). See further below, on the pronunciation of ti 

c2 



XXXVl INTRODUCTION. 

aioT n: I 472 (disce^^io for discensio); L 2 (lanio^s for laniones) 

88 ior di: E 417 (exo««um for exodium) 

8 omitted: Int. 118 (eucharitia for euchari^tia) ; A 396 (agretis for 
agre^is); E 484 (extipices for exti^ices); I 62 (inpulor for in- 
pulaor) 

« for r: B 129 (bile*o for bilero); C 425 (atpostat for adportat); 
F 85 (fa^imen for farcimen); H 159 (humase for humare); L 43 (lapar 
na^ for lupanar), 47 (la« for lar) 

8 inserted: F 156 (filox^enia for philoxenia); I 9 (ia^ix for iapyx), 
406 (indu^tias for indutias); P 55 (gazo£9ilacio for gazophylacio), 680, 
685 (prople^ma, proble^ma for problema), 780 (proble^mata for proble- 
mata) ; T 21 (tapetaa for tapeta) 

8 for g: S 723 (syntasma for syntagma), 724 (syntasmata for syn- 
ta^ata) 

8 for I: C 77 (concilium for conchyfium) 

8 for 2;: H 24 (hauj^ae for g&zaje); S 281 (septi^onium, sonae for 
septisonium, s^nae) 

8c for cc : S 621, 652, 665 (siwcensere, suscenset for succ) 

8 for ex: S 122 («ceptor for eaxieptor) 

8 for 8c: R 86 (re^iscas for re«ciscas) 

8 for y: A 270 (ad«ta for adyta) 

8 for ic : H 76 (bekon for beltcon) 

§ 56. t for c?; Int. 201 (a^sumsio for at^sumptio); A 768 (a< for sud); 
B 7 (trepi^at for trepic^at); C 177, 195 (a^uocatus, a^uocati for ac^u-), 
359 (ce^ula for cec^ula = schedula), 626 (coa^unat for coac?unat), 628 
(a^nuenta for ac?in-), 796 (adungere for ac?i-), 823 (a^flictio for a<iflictio) ; 
F 114 (quo^ for quoc^), 176 (fice^ula for ficec?ula), 410 (afeidue for Sids-) ; 
I 509 (iuglantes for iuglanc?es)j N 114 (nitor for nici?or); P 309 (apu< 
for apuc?) 

t for r: D 165 (degerit for digerit); O 176 (lec^um for lucrum) 

t doubled: E 183 (emiWogium for hemi^ogium); S 310 (li^toris for 
litoris) 

t inserted: C 932 (sheila, stellares for sella, sellares); E 391 (exal- 
<auit for exhalauit); I 147 (injJula for inula) 

t inserted after c: A 145 (actu for acu); F 103 (amic^us for amicus); 
L 97 (lactescit for lacessit) 

th for ph: E 251 (epita^^ium for epitaj^Aium) 

th for d: O 130 (oe^Aippia for oec?ipodia); P 112 (paleno^Aian for 
palino^ian) 

t omitted: F 39 (facitat for fac^itat); M 370 (mulcra for mulc^ra); 
236 (ortigomera for ortygome^ra) ; S 556 (suppa for s/uppa) 



mm^mmm^Bm 



INTRODUCTION. XXXVU 

t for I: F 389 (^ectorum for Zectorum) 

t for/: I 306 (in^erius for in/erius) 

ti for di : A 349 (gla^mturae for glae^i-), 875 (ra^io for radio); 
C 604 (conpen^m for conpenc^ia), 756 (con^mmum for con^iarium; 
here ti arose from di for gi); D 168 (iracun^m for iracunc^m); E 70 
(codi^tana for cotic^i-); F 36 (facun^ta for facundisi); I 60 {initia. for 
inee^ia); L 184 (inui^ta for inmdia); O 256 (au^tuntur for au<£tuntur); 
S 344 (sinna^icum for synnacficum), 612, 677 (subcen^m for succen<£ta); 
Z 1, 6 (zo^iacus, zo^mcum for zodir) 

tforc: B 222 (bu^eriae for buceriae); I 492 (isci^ for istic); M 138 
(merote^es for myrothece), 186 (medians for medicus), 369 (mul^atur 
for mule-); T 243 (comi^us for comicus) 

ti inserted before c» : L 9 (membrana^icius for membranacius) 

t for tt : D 98, 221 (nita. for ui«a) ; E 491 (sagi^a for sagi«a); O 42, 
53 (obliterarent, obliteratum for obli<^) 

For the pronunciation of ti see : Int 201 (atsumwo for adsump^io), 
301 (consctonator for con^ionator or concion-); A 660 (osten^io for 
osteuMo), 679 (defen^io for defensto); B 182 (bra^tum for bracium); 
E 412 (quaesaionum for quaes^i-); P 81 (liceuMOSUs for licen^i-) ; S 279 
(senten^iosus for senten^%osus), 321 (desen^iones for dissenm'ones); T 145 
(consen^m for consenwo) 

§ 57. u (v) for b: A 103 (acen^^e for acerfte), 109 (acerwus for -5us); 
D 176 (diri5itorium for diriwit-), 238 (diferwerat for diuer5erat); E 91 
(effewi for effe6i); F 104 (fawo for fa6a), 109 (fawis for fa6is), 248 (iiawel- 
lum for fla6ellum) ; I 341 (inlaware for illa6ere), 467 (pawone for pa6one) ; 
L 224 (lit^ido for li6ido); P 450 (plutteius for ple^eius), 477 (pletticola 
for ple6icola)j U 15 (t^tilla for 6atilla), 30, 135 (t^accanalia, t^ccatur 
for 6acch-), 83 (t^escada for 6ascauda), 102 (uehemoth for behe- 
moth) 

u for : Int 287 (symbwlus for symbolus); A 223 (adstipulatwr for 
-tor); C 698 (emwlamenta for emolumenta); C 741 (commt^nitorium, 
mt^nitionem for commonitorium, monitionem), 800 (conpetitwr for con- 
petitor), 876 (crtAcus for crocus), 935 (cwpiae for copiae), 950 (ci^pia for 
copia); D 9 (cwpiose for copiose); E 154 (emwlumentum for emolu- 
mentum); F 296 (formacopwla for pharmacopola), 322 (fribwla for 
friuola), 337 (frustatttr for frustrator), 363 (frigula. for friuola); I 64 
(inph^raberis for inploraueris), 96 (inprouisw for inprouiso), 308 (in- 
pli^rat for inplorat); L 230 (altionatt^r for -tor), 257, 264 (logtts for 
logos); M 221 (mii&parones for my op-), 266 (monwpolium for monop-); 
N 173 (praerogatwr for -tor); O 137 (mwrsus for morsus), 213 (optts for 
opos); P 8 (pantit^m for pantheon), 88 (parabi^la for -bola). See further 



XXXVlil INTRODUCTION. 

P165, 249, 588, 811, 824, 867, 880; R 229, 242; S 98, 346, 367, 373, 
721 ; T 194 

ufory: B 82 (berulus for beryllus); 7 (carubdis for charybdis); 
D 7 (dactt^lus for dactylus); G 179 (gumnaside for gymn-); H 19 
(hart^bdis for cbar^bdis) ; T 168 (titt^rus for tit^rus) 

uioT a: A 190 (adsocmnt for -ant); D 53 (dedasctilum for didas- 
calum), 308 (didascttlus for didascalus); E 536 (suciata for satiata); 
F 93 (famigo for farrago), 240 (fltunmonium, flttminibus for flamonium, 
flaminibus), 242 (fiumen for flamen), 276 (curbiitam for curuatum), 
369 (fwrcit for farcit), 371 (fwrcimen for farcimen) ; G 9 (gabwlum 
for gabal-) ; H 167 (bwmatum for bamatum) ; L 79 (Iwtere for latere) ; 
M 96 (rwpit for rapit), 360 (mt^turat for maturat), 138 (pwgula for 
pagula); P 639 (prorogunt for prorogant) ; R 98 (rept^gula for repagula) 

u for/: A 471 (weneratricia for /en-), 719 (diwinitio for defin-); 
F 322, 363 (wictilia for /ictilia); I 365 (infructiweras for -/eras); O 80 
(obmbulare for ohf-); R 152 (reteocilandi for rof-); U 21 (uaiier for 
ua/er), 160 (i^indunt for/indunt), 175 (uicatum for/icatum) 

t^ for e : A 427 (pollwx for pollex); B 70 (berrtts for uerrcs) ; E 115 
(rupulsi for repulsi), 143 (eligantt^r for eliganter) ; H 54 (hercultts for 
bercules) ; I 383 (intemperit6S for -ies) ; P 450 (plt^ueius for plebeius), 
538 (poUttx for pollax) 

u fori : A 925 (a,ua for ads); C 151 (cantarioi for cantharis), 532 
(contemtt6m for -tim), 580 (oorbt^s for corbts) ; E 469 (exitt^s for extis) ; 
F 294 (focwlentur for focilentur); L 311 (Iwtuus for Htuus); M 377 
(mutidi for mutili) ; P 297 (penws for penis) 

u omitted: Int. 90, 125 (uersum for uerswum); F 76 (deserit for 
deseruit); M 123 (manduco for mantiduco), S 10 (sablo for sabt^lo) 

u (v) omitted : A 732 (arrius for i^rius) ; F 49 (faonius for fatto- 
nius) ; H 79 (helus for beli^us); M 326 (ulcanus for t^ulcanus) 

u inserted: Int. 262, 318 (pedi«um for pedum); F 236 (iit^emina for 
flemina) ; I 248 (inpingt^it for inpingit), 262 (inpetteunt for inpetunt) ; 
M 104 (marcteet for marcet), 314 (multtctra for mulctra); O 189 (mili- 
tuum. for militum) 

u for li: H 78 (betM>tropeum for be/iotropium) 

u for ^ : C 58 (catusulus for calculus) 

u for n: H 155 (bunccitte for buncine) ; M 106 (maidens for mariens); 
N 38 (nawus for nanus) 

u for d : I 355 (int^olem for inc^lem) 

u for oe : M 353 (munia for mo^nia) 

u for ph: P 475 (plastograt^is for -gra^Ais); S 199 (sciui for 
scyphi) 



INTRODUCTION. XXxix 

ui {or e: O 41 (ohuix for obex) 

§ 58. X omitted: E 406 (eorcizo for ea;orcizo), 41 & (epolitum for 
eo^politum), 464 (epiabilis for exp-), 538 (eoleuit for ean^leuit) 

X for C8 : E 402 (extaaeoa for ecst-) 

X for ch : P 662 (prexeos for ptocAias) 

0? for «: C 746 (coa? for co«); S 270 (seoixsiplam for se«quiplum), 
280 (seo^tertius for sestertius) 

X for t : M 380 (uncado for unctio) 

§ 59. y for i: 975 (ci/rograffum for chirographum), 982 (cynno- 
momum for ctnn-); E 351 (eurynis for erinya); N 113 (nymbus for 
mmbus) ; P 28 (paral^emenon for paralipomenou) 

y for oe (= e) : 978 (cymiterium for coemeterium) 

y for 6 : M 31 (mansyr for manser) 

§ 60. 2 for oj : P 382 (philo^eni for philoa;eni) 



§ 61. When we place all the above clerical errors, scribal mis- 
readings, organic changes &c., side by side, then ponebus (P 485) and 
panihus (P 147) for Phoebus*, become intelligible. The first scribe 

h 

wrote, no doubt by mistake, poehvs, and added h above the line : poebus. 
The next, misreading h for n (as in some other cases recorded above, § 50), 
and incorporating the correction with the word, wrote ponebus, which 
some other scribe or scribes altered, by the natural changes pointed out 
above, into panibvs. In other places we find genuine Latin words 
formed regularly from other genuine words, as hahitat for hebetat (H 50) 

1 I think it useful to point out that Prof. Skeat, writing, in the Academy of Feb. 
9, 1884 (p. 99), on the gloss "panibus, sol", said: *'It is not easy to see hoyrpanibus 
can be explained by sol if sol means the sun. If phonetic laws will admit of it, we 
would suggest that sol may be English ; and, if so, a variant of Anglo-Saxon sufl, 
Icelandic sufl, Danish suiU, which actually means a kind of food. The Northern- 
English word is still sool, and is duly discussed in the notes to Piers Plowman 
(Early-English Text Society), p. 374." 

The Corpus Glossary, however, offers four glosses for comparison, namely, 

P 147 panibus : sol) ^. , , 
T, Ac^^ 1- ,}■ mentioned above 

P 485 ponebus : solj 

P 388 phebe : sol 

S 439 Sol : phoebi 
while the Leiden glossary quotes from the "Liber Botarnm" 

Phoebe: sol 
So that, I believe, the question is settled in favour of sol being the Latin word for 
sun, and panibusj ponebus &c. corruptions for Phoebus, While I write this note. 
Prof. Skeat informs me that he is now rather of my opinion, and that he at 
present doubts if A. S. sufl is likely to appear as 8o2 in the 8th century. 



xl INTRODUCTION. 

and initia for inedia (I 60), though they are totally wrong in the 
particular places where they occur. 

§ 62. Though the Corpus Glossary contains many Greek words, 
several of which are taken from St Jerome's Liher (or Catalogios) de 
viris iWustribus, they are all expressed in Latin characters, except one 
which begins with A, but is found among the A glosses (see A 593 
AAOBHTON), owing, no doubt, to a scribe having mistaken A for A \ 
As the glossator explains this word by raiio poptdorum, it would seem 
that an N has dropped out, and that the original must have had 
AAONRHTON. The Corpus gloss seems identical with that in the 
Epinal Glossary (3 C. 26), which the editor transliterates by acbodinr 
rotan. This is correct, except the t, which could not possibly be read 
from the sign which follows the d, and looks like c turned round. In 
fact, the so-called di^ look more like ch, unless, combined with o, they 
are the remains of a corrupt O. The Corpus and the Epinal glosses 
seem identical with that in the Erfurt Glossary (J^eue Jahrbiicher filr 
Fhilologief 13** Supplementbd., Leipz., 1847, p. 262, no. 295), which, 
according to Oehler, reads '* Acdocroaton, ratio populorum.*' 

A similar, perhaps the identical gloss occurs in a Leiden Glossary 
(MS. No. 69 of the Leiden University Library), in a chapter or col- 
lection of words which is stated to have been taken from St Jerome's 
Catcdogua mentioned above. It reads : " Cintiota oni taltaon : ratio 
populorum." In the transcript which I made of the Leiden Glossary in 
1885, 1 have written a note that the last a might be read as ^c. But even 
with this change, there is only a &.int resemblance between the Leiden 
word or words, and the three readings given above. Several words, 
which the Leiden Glossary states to have been taken from the CatahguSy 
I have been imable to trace in that work. But many others we can 
trace from the prologue down to chapter 118 (Migne's edition). Now, 
"Cintiota..." is written in the Leiden glossary between the glosses 
"monon: unius'* of ch. 101, and "temoys: libros" of ch. 109, where- 
fore it seems that "Cintiota..." is to be looked for in the chapters 
102 — 108. But the only words that I can find suggestive of the gloss 
are Kara twv 'E^vwv, which occur in ch. 107. This agrees more with 

. 1 In my note to the Corpus gloss (p. 17), I say that the Greek word is written 
on an erasure, and that the original word evidently commenced with I which is 
still visible. But Mr Jenkinson, the University Librarian, thinks that the traces 
of a letter which are still visible, are those of a large A, and I now agree with 
him. So that the Greek word in the Corpus MS. was probably written at first in 
Boman characters, and resembled that of the Epinal and Erfurt MSS. more than it 
does now. 



INTRODUCTION. xli 

the Leiden MS., than with the Corpus, Epinal and Erfurt readings. 
But if there is a difference, I do not know how to reconcile it. It 
would almost seem as if one of the readings were St Jerome's own word 
or words, while the other might have been derived from one of his com- 
mentators. Perhaps those versed in Patristic literature will be able to 
solve the difficulty. 



§ 63. Similar observations to those detailed above might be made 
about the A. S. words ; but these I leave to students of that language. 
They are everywhere marked by an asterisk^, and I have paid as much 
attention and care to them as to the Latin portion of the work, and 
have had, moreover, the valuable help of Profs. Skeat and Zupitza, so 
that I trust that no Latin words are marked as A. S., and no A. S. 
words left unstarred. A few deserve to be mentioned here : 

Lit 92 decurat, homnaap. Prof. Zupitza, in the Acaderrvy of 1884, 
p. 317, suggested that ^^horn is = om (ran), and rmap = ndp, from nipan 
(sank down), and decurat a mistake for decurrit'". 

A 459 Alapiciosa : calpa. This is actually so written in the Corpus 
MS., and there is, as far as I know, nothing against an A. S. "calpa". 
But I believe that here it is an error of the A. S. scribe for the Lat. 
calua, which is found in the Epinal and Erfurt MSS., while the latter 
MS. has, moreover, cdttpiciosus : calvus in another place. And as the 
same gloss occurs in a Latin Glossary (Corpus Glossariorum Lathiorumj 
ed. Geo. Goetz, vol. iv. p. 471) in which there are no A. S. words at all, 
we may safely regard the Corpus "calpa" as an Anglo-Saxonized form 
of the Latin calvxi, 

A 712. Apporeor : onsteuum. Before the sheet, in which this 
gloss occurs, was printed off, I removed the star from before onsteuum, 
on a hint given to me, which I was not prepared to disregard, that the 
word could not be A. S. But I still look upon it as an A. S. word, 

^ I have strictly adhered, in the text as well as the index, to the forms employed 
in the MS. to express th ()?, d and "S) and lo (p), all the more as we see that Mr Sweet 
(Oldest English Texts, p. 3) builds a theory on the presence and absence of these 
symbols. I admit that their use causes some difficulty, and that the compositor 
is apt to confuse \> with p, and the latter with p. But in my case the difficulty has 
never been very great, and I see especially no reason why editors of A. S. texts 
should abolish p if they retain the )>. 

^ One would almost feel inclined to suggest : decorat, homat (for omat) ; see 
Goetz, Corpus Glossariorum Lat., iv. 62. 



xlii INTRODUCTION. 

though perhaps corrupt; cf. A 666 and Mr Henry Sweet's Oldest 
English Texts, pp. 558^ 559* 

B 89 Sperta is marked as A. S., though it may be the Latin 
sporta, 

B 136 pema is starred, though it may be the Latin uema, 

C 250 and C 256 I do not understand, in spite of all my endea- 
vours to make them out. In the Harleian MS. 3376 (10th cent) I 
found Catacrinas glossed by ht/pbariy and caluiale without any ex- 
planation. 

C 882 Cripta : ascussum. I dealt with the latter word, as with 
onsteuum mentioned above. But I now prefer to regard it as A. S., 
perhaps some form of Orscuniaru The Erfurt SiS. has arcus- 
sum. 

A 483 (challes); F 342 (lose); G 25 (pea); M 156 (meadrobordan); 
O 91 (grestu); P 411 (ospen, or os peri), P 562, 874 (fahame), 572 
(seuuin) I do not understand. 

I 25 oxstaelde. Prof. Zupitza suggests orirstaelde. 

M 121 malas : gebsias. The latter word as pointed out to me by 
Prof. Zupitza, just before this preface went to press, must be the Latin 
geusiae, quoted by Du Cange (sub voce) from Marcellus, Liber de medicor 
mentis (cap. xii, p. 93, in the Basle edition of 1536, or col. 295 in the 
Stephanus ed. of 1567): "Affectae maxillae ad sedandum dolorem 
dentium et gingi varum et geiisiarum adhibentur". The word is not 
found in any Latin Dictionary, not even in De Vit's edition of 
Forcellini's Lexicon, though he says that he had used the Basle edition 
of 1536. 

P 27 Parabsides: gauutan. We find in the "Glossarium vetus", 
published in Mai's Classicorum Auctorum torn, vi, in which no A. S. 
words occur, "parapsis, gabata uel catinum" (p. 538), and again (p. 539) 
"pisi, gavata vel patina". This Glossary has just been republished in 
Goetz* Corpus Glossariorum who, at the first gloss, says (Vol. iv p. 136) 
that a second hand has corrected gabata into gavMa, The second gloss 
he prints "pisi gauatha uel patina", adding that two other codices have 
gabata* 

The Latin gabata (on the etymology of which see Forcellini*s Lexicon 
and Isid» Etym. 20. 4. 11) has been used by Martial, Ennodius, 
Anthimus, Venantius. Diez {Grammatik, 3rd ed., i 17) refers to Span. 
gdbata, newpr. gaouda, Fr. jatte, Ital. gavetta. Graff" (AWiochdeutscher 
Spraclischatz, iv. 126) quotes gebita, gebida, gebitta, gebeta, gebiza, gepiza, 
gerbita, and in an A. S. glossary, of the 10th or 11th century, published 
in Wiilcker s Vocabularies, we find, in col. 280, among words belonging 



INTRODUCTION. xliii 

to the table : "parabsides, gabote^\ So that the word seems to have 
been adopted by various languages. 

T 263 Tragoedia : bebbi cantio. If any word in the glossary looks 
like genuine A. S., it is bebbi. Thomas Wright inserted it in the second 
vol. of his Vocabularies, p. 122. Prof. Zupitza had marked it as such 
in his transcript, and it has, consequently, found a place in Prof. 
Wiilcker's VocahtUarieSy and been starred in the present work. But^ 
while indexing the A. S. words, further research brought me, I believe, 
on the right track, and - bebbi seems to be nothing but a corrupt Latin 
word. On leaf 31** of the Leiden MS. (Voss. 69) the first gloss quoted 
"de Eusebio" runs: "Tragoedia . bellica cantica . uel fabulatio . uel hir- 
cania: Trago Hircus." This is identical with the Epinal gloss 26. E. 18 
"tragoedia: belli cantia uel fabulatio" and Erfurt: "Tragoedia belli 
cantica uel fabulatio." 

T 321 tubolo : fala. The Epinal Glossary has (27. A. 11) tabula : 
fala; the Erfurt Glossary {Ifeue JaJvrbUcher fur Fhiloloffie, 13" Supple- 
mentbd., 1847, p. 382, no. 90) tabulo : fala. Thomas Wright, excerpting 
the Corpus Glossary, did not insert this gloss in his VocabiUa/rieSy so that 
he seems to have thought that /oZa was not A. S. But we find it in 
the second edition of his work by Prof. Wiilcker, and, though I know 
the Latin ^a or phala, yet I have marked the word as A. S., for various 
reasons. The gloss is quoted, and fala described as A. S., in Dief enbach's 
Glosaa/ri/wm, (under the word tabrda), not only from the Erfurt Glossary, 
quoted above, but also from articles in Anzeiger fur die Kvmde des 
dev4schen Mittelaliers, Yols. vii, p. 132 sqq., viii, 233 sqq., Mone's 
Quellen, i 310 sqq., 329 sqq., which I have not here at my disposal. 

The word fala is also quoted in Leo's Angekdclisisc/ies Glossar, 524. 
50, from the Glosaae Mettenaea {= Anzeiger , vii 132). It there means 
tahvla. The gloss appears once more in Dief enbach's Glosaarium, under 
the word anderia, as: "tubolofola : andedabrondra.'' But this is a 
mixture of two glosses, which Diefenbach quotes from Bethmann's 
article in Zeitschrift fur Deutsches Altertum, vol. v, p. 197, and which 
the latter inaccurately copied from the Leiden MS., Voss. 69, where we 
read "tubolo, fala." In the latter MS., in which the glosses are for the 
most part still arranged under the authors whence they are derived, this 
particular gloss appears, unfortunately, in a chapter containing mixed 
glosses from various authors, so that we cannot follow the word to its 
source with any certainty. But as the Leiden MS. is tolerably accurate 
in many respects, I believe that tubolo, not tabula, is the right reading, 
all the more as the latter, being such a well-known word, would not easily 
have become corrupted. The identical gloss occars, no doubt, again in a 



xliv INTRODUCTION. 

MS. of the 10th or 11th century (Brit. Mus., Cotton, Cleop. A in, 
p. 76 sqq.) published in Wiilcker's Vocabularies, where on col. 279, the 
10th gloss is "tubulo : fealo." This interpretation would mean either 
/allow or ma/ny. 



§ 64. As in the course of my work 1 have been able to 
trace a good many of the Latin glosses to their sources, and Profs. 
Mayor and Skeat have pointed out to me the origin of several others, 
it would not, with the help of the various glossaries and treatises on 
glosses published during this century, be difficult to draw up a list of 
such glosses as we have identified. But the list would be still in- 
complete, and it would moreover, in my opinion, be better to defer 
such a work, for which I have already made elaborate preparations, 
till the glossaries related to the present one, like those of Epinal, 
Erfurt and Leiden, are accessible to students of this bi'anch of 
literature in trustworthy editions \ Of the Leiden glossary, in which 
the glosses are, to a great extent, still arranged under their respective 
sources, and which, therefore makes the identification of a good many 
glosses comparatively easy, I made a transcript in 1885, but its hand- 
writing is so puzzling in many places, that I could not think of publish- 
ing it without making a fresh collation of the MS. There are, more- 
over, various other glossaries in the Libraries of Cambridge (for in- 
stance : MS. O. 5. 4 of the Library of Trinity College), Oxford, and the 
British Museum, which deserve to be published, not only on account of 
their great importance for the study of Latin, but of English. Nothing 
could be more desirable than the publication of some of them on the 
plan of such great works as that of Steinmeyer and Sievers {Die 
althockdeutschen Glossen), which is a real monument of labour and 
research, and the Corpus Glossatorum Latinorum, now in course of 
publication at Leipzig by Dr Geo. Goetz. I only express the hope 
that complete and exhaustive indices, not only to the lemmata, but 
also to the interpretations, will accompany all works of this kind, as 
without them the use of glossaries, which are not arranged strictly 
alphabetically, is extremely laborious, and causes a waste of time, 
which I had very often reason to deplore greatly. 

§ 65. The two indices, which follow after the Glossary, are meant 

^ I also defer till some fatnre work a discussion as to the relation of the Corpus 
Glossary to those of Epinal, Erfurt, Leiden and others, as such a discussion can 
only be of use when the whole of the evidence is before us. 



INTRODUCTION. xlv 

to be exhaustive. In the Latin index every word contained in the 
Glossary is inserted in its proper place in the alphabet, in exactly the 
same form as it appears in the text ; but the wrong division of words 
has not been adhered to. 

In the A. S. index I have attempted to analyse the compounds, 
though I am well awai'e that in so doing I may have made errors^, 
and appear here and there as deciding questions which philologists are 
not yet agreed upon. For instance : cUhedy a'Sexe I have ventured to 
treat as composed of a-, and tJied, tSexe, and ecUma^ ecUmehti as com- 
posed of e- and dlmay dlmehtiy and hence these words will be found 
again under thed, tSeoce, cilrna, dlme/Ui. All this may some day be 
found to be wrong ; but, in the meantime, I trust that no inconvenience 
will arise from my treatment, which I have found to be convenient in 
other respects. 

§ 66. The Corpus Glossary appears now for the first time entire. 
Three attempts have already been made to publish its Latin-Anglo- 
Saxon glosses: (1) in 1873, by Thomas Wright, in the second volume 
of Vocabula/ries, p. 98 sqq. ; (2) in 1884, by Prof. Wiilcker, in his 
second edition of Thomas Wright's Vocabularies; (3) in 1885, by 
Mr Henry Sweet, in his Oldest English Texts. But each of these 
editions either omits here and there A. S. glosses, or inserts glosses 
which are not A. S. at all, so that one never knows what there is 
exactly in the MS. In the present work each gloss appears, so to 
speak, in its context. The two parts of the Glossary together contain 
8712 glosses, counting the repetition of glosses A 307 — 348, and 
reckoning gloss 223, on page 6, and E 282 as two each, and I 85 and 
86 as one. The Index of the Latin words contains 21,033 entries, and 
that of the Anglo-Saxon words 3292 ; but in the latter Index most of 
the words are entered twice, some even three or four times. 

I hope that the great care and trouble which I have devoted to the 
work may have succeeded in making it free from serious blemishes. I 
took it in hand in 1884, when I was told by members of the Cambridge 
Board of Mediaeval and Modern Languages that there was a prospect of 
Mediaeval Latin and Palaeography being included in their scheme. I 
do not know whether there is still such a prospect. But during the 

^ I had divided eors-cripel (gloss A 706), according to Mr Sweet's definition 
of the word on p. 574* of his Oldest English Texts, But Prof. Zupitza explained 
to me, just in time, that the compound is ** eor-scripel ; eor- for ear-, from eare, 
Engl, ear; and scripeU a deny, from 8crepan^\ Hence this word is the exact 
counterpart of the Lat. aurUcalpium, and means an ear-pick. Mr Sweet makes a 
** paralytic " of it. 



xlvi INTRODUCTION. 

years 1886 to 1889, while other work prevented me from devotmg the 
necessary time and attention to the Corpus Glossaiy, the study and 
publication of Mediaeval Latin texts and glossaries have proceeded 
apace in Germany and at Oxford, and I hope that the present work 
may be of some use to those who take an interest in such studies. 

§ 67. I have already said above that Prof. Mayor and Prof. Skeat 
have pointed out to me the origin of several of the glosses. But 
in kindly going minutely over all the proof-sheets, they have also 
noticed many of the scribal errors and organic changes found in the 
glosses. The plan adopted for the publication of the glossary did not 
allow me to correct the glosses, or to insert Prof. Mayor's acute emenda- 
tions of various corrupt glosses. But his corrections were often very 
useful to me in drawing up the tables of organic changes printed above 
in §§ 17 — 60, while Prof. Skeat's interpretations of some of the A.-S. 
words helped me in making the Anglo-Saxon index. My relations to Prof. 
Zupitza, with respect to the text, are recorded above in ^ 2 and 3, and 
I add here my best thanks to him for several very valuable observations 
on, and corrections of, words in the A. S. index. I also discharge an 
agreeable duty in thanking the Rev. Dr Atkinson, Master of Clare 
College, for his kind interest in the work, which induced him to 
recommend its publication to the Syndics of the Pitt Press; the 
Rev. S. S. Lewis, the Librarian of Corpus Christi College, for 
having afforded me at all times the most easy and unrestricted access 
to the MS. ; Dr Henry Jackson, Fellow of Trinity College, for various 
useful observations, and the Syndics of the Press for their liberality 
in defraying the expenses of the publication. 

Cambridge, 28 April, 1890. 



INTRODUCTION. xlvil 

List^ of works consulted by me, or containing mcUerial 
for tJie study of GlossoHes, 

Loewe (Gust.) Prodromus corporis Glossariorum Latinorum. Lipsiae, 
1876. 8«. 

The Latin Heptateuch, published piecemeal in 1560, 1733 and 1852 
— 88, critically reviewed by John E. B. Mayor. London, 1889. 8**. 

N.B. This is not a work on glossaries, but it deals largely, most 
acutely, and systematically with corruptions in Latin texts, and 
late Latin, and is therefore indispensable to students of glossaries. 

Glossarium Latinum Bibliothecae Parisinae Antiquissimum Saec. 
ix., edidit G. F. Hildebrand. Goettingae, 1854. 8**. 

Anglo-Saxon and Old English Vocabularies, [edited] by Thomas 
Wright. Second edition..., by K P. Wiilcker. London, 1884. 8°. 

Die althochdeutschen Glossen, gesammelt und bearbeitet von El. 
Steinmeyer und Ed. Sievers, 2 vols. Berlin, 1879—1882. 8^ 

Corpus Glossariorum Latinorum a Gustavo Loewe incohatum, 
auspiciis Societatis Litterarum Regiae Saxonicae composuit, recensuit, 
edidit Geo. Goetz ; VoU. 2 and 4. Lipsiae, 1888, 1889. 8*». 

Alphita. A Medico-Botanical Glossary, from the Bodleian MS. Selden 
B. 35, edited by J. L. G. Mowat. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1887. 4^ 

Sinonoma Bartholomei. A Glossary from a 14th century MS. in 
the Library of Pembroke College, Oxford, edited by J. L. G. Mowat. 
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1882. 4^ 

Glossae nominum, edidit Gust. Loewe. Accedunt eiusdem Opuscula 
Glossographica, collecta a Georgio Goetz. Lipsiae, 1884. 8°. 

Glossae nominum, in Indice led. MonaM,, ed. Ferd. Deycks, 1854, 5. 

Glossae Placidi Grammatici, in Classicorum Auctorum e Vaticanis 
Codicibus editorum, curante Angelo Maio, torn. iii. (Homae, 1831), 
p. 427 sqq. 

Glossarium vetus, ibidem, tom. vi, p. 501 sqq. 

Placidi Glossae valde auctae et emendatae, ibidem, p. 554 sqq. 
[Reprinted by R. Klotz in the 2nd Supplementbd. (1833) of the 
Jahrbfmher fii/r FhUologie.^ 

Excerpta ex Glossario vetere, ibidem, p. 576 sqq. 

Glossae antiquae, ibidem, tom. vii, p. 550 sqq. 

Thesaurus novus Latinitatis, ibidem, tom. viii, p. 1 sqq. 

^ This List is, as will be seen, incomplete. It does not, for instance, mention 
such works as those of Du Gange and Diefenbach, which are generally known. 
Nor does it refer to the collections of Isidorus (Etymologiae), Papias, Osbern of 
Gloucester, Ugutio, Joannes de Janua, Brito, Matthaeus Silvaticus, the ** Liber 
glossarnm", the '* Yocabularii ex quo", &c, &o., as information about them may 
be found in Loewe*s Prodromus, and Glossae rwminum. 



xlviii INTRODUCTION. 

Glossarium, in torn, vi (p. 459 sqq.) of Forcellinrs Totius Latini- i 

tatis Lexicon, ed. De-Vit. ' 

N.B. See also the List of glosses and Glossaries used in the 
compilation of the Lexicon, in the first volume, p. ccxliv sq. 

Caroli Labbsei Glossaria, Graeco-Latina et Latino-Graeca. Londini, 
1816—1826. Fol. 

Old German Glosses, from a Bodleian MS. (Auct F. 1. 46), by 
F. Madan, in Journal of Philology , voL x, p. 92 sqq. 

Luctatii Placidi Grammatici Glossae, recensuit et illustravit A. 
Deuerling. Lipsiae, B. G. Teubner, 1875. 

Oehler's edition of Erfurt Glossaries (in Neue Jahrbiicher fur 
Philologie, 13«' Supplementbd. for 1847). 

Onomastica Sacra, Paulus de Lagarde edidit, Gottingae, 1870. 8*^. 

Isidorus. Liber glossarum, usually ascribed to Isidorus (in Migne's 
Patrologia Latina, vol. 83, p. 1331 sqq.). 

S. Melitonis Clavis, in Spicilegium Solesmense, ed. J. B. Pitra, 
vol. III. 

CoUectio Salemitana, ed. Salvatore de Renzi, 3 voll. 8^ Napoli, 
1852. (A Glossary in the 3rd vol.). 

Nettleship (Henry). Contributions to Latin Lexicography. 8°. 
Oxford, 1889. 

Hagen (Herm.), De Placidi glossis. 1879. 4^ 

Hagen (Herm.), Gradus ad criticen, Leipzig, 1879. 8**. 

Berger (Sam.), De glossariis et compendiis exegeticis. Lipsiae, 
1879. 80. 

Goelzer (Henri). Etude Lexicographique et grammaticale de la 
Latinit^ de Saint Jerome. Paris, 1884. 8°. 

Bonnet (Max). Le Latin de Gr^goire de Tours. Paris, 1890. 8^ 

Archiv fur Lateinische Lexikographie und Grammatik, ed. Ed. 
Wolfflin, Leipzig, 1884 &a 8°. 

Altromanische Glossare, von Friedr. Diez. Bonn, 1865. 8®. Also 
translated into French, by Alfred Bauer. Paris, 1870. 8**. 

The St Gallen Glossary, ed. by Minton Warren. Cambridge (Massa- 
chusetts), 1885. 80. 

Catholicon Anglicum, an English-Latin Wordbook, dated 1483, 
edited by S. J. H. Herrtage. London, 1881. 8®. 

Manipulus Vocabulorum. A Dictionary of English and Latin 
words, ed. by H. B. Wheatley. [London] 1867. 4^ 

Promptorium Parvulorum sive Clericorum, ed. Alb. Way, 3 pts. 
London, 1843—1865. 4«. 

See also various glosses published in articles in Zeitschrift filr 
DeutscJies Alterthum, 



■^ tf 

J «•-•■•' «*«* 



 • 






1 



in nomine 



Agius . Mons f ortitudinis Agius agnus sanc^us inmaculatus. 

Burtholomeus . 61iu8 suspendentis Spina. la«in« idestui&l&iA •hraede 

*haliga8t Ach&nihoa . grece Armi losa 

aquas Scmctua spirUus id «« *J»i8tel nonwn serpentis 

concrepare Cardela Dipsa 

IJ)i 

Distinctio xi groe^tM i. retrorstia^, 
elucidacio quan^mdam porcium cum a. 
liber Bdtncti BMgustmi CBubuarierms 



S3 144 



The above is all that is written on the recto of the first leaf of 
the MS. But it has not all been written at one and the same time, or by 
one scribe. (1) The line at the top ; the words in the left-hand column 
from Agius to aquas, and the first line in the right-hand column, are 
in the handwriting of the 8th century A. S. scribe, who has written the 
whole Glossary that follows hereafter. This portion is perhaps a trace 
of a first attempt to arrange scattered glosses in a more or less alphabetical 
order, and which seems to have been abandoned for the better one 
commenced on leaf 2. (2) A first addition to the original writing was 
made in the right-hand column by an A. S. scribe of the 9th or 10th 
century, who, imitating the original writing of the MS., has added 
the line containing the words Achanthos to losa (of which latter word 
the 8 has been partly erased). (3) The remainiDg words in this column 
have been added, in small Caroline minuscules, by an A. S. scribe of the 
10th or 11th century. I}?i is probably nothing but some scribbling of this 
scribe. (4) A further addition has been made, in the left-hand column, 

^ The reading of the MS. is rett» ; but I do not know the meaning of such a word. 
Prof. Skeat suggests retrorsw, id est : behind, at the back of the shelf. 

C. G. 1 






• •••-•• • 

• • • •« • • 



• • • .• ••• ••• ••• • 



after aquas, but in the same line, by an A. S. hand of the 11th or 12th 
century, who has written Bancttis sptrt^i^s, and haligast over these two 
words. (5) The word concrepare, in the left-hand column, has been 
added by an A. S. scribe of the 12th century, in Caroline minuscules. 
(6) Lower down, in the centre of the leaf, is written, in a hand of the 
13th century, the pressmark of the St. Augustine's Library, with the 
title of the MS. : Distinctio &c. (7) Underneath this pi'essmark follow 
some letters or words (hei-e represented by dots), probably written in the 
13th century, but now for the most part erased, though, on the left hand 
side, we may still discern abcdefgh. (8) Further down we find the old 
pressmark (S. 3), by which the MS. is designated in 1722 in Will. Stanley's 
Catalogue of the books bequeathed by Archbishop Parker to the Library 
of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, p. 55 ; and still earlier in 1705 in 
Humphr. Wanleii Librorum Vett, Septentr, qui in Anglice Bihliothecis 
extant^ ... Catalogue (Antiquse Literature Septentr. Liber alter, p. 115b.) 
Fol. Oxon. And by this pressmark it was very likely indicated in the 
List of Books bequeathed by the Archbishop to C6rpus Christi College. 
But this List, which is mentioned in the Deed of the bequest (still pre- 
served in Corpus College), cannot now be found. (9) By the side of the 
old pressmark is written the new one (144), by which the MS. is designated 
in 1777 in Nasmith's Catalogue of the same collection, and which it still 
bears. 



Pol. lb. Here an A. S. hand of the 12th century has scribbled : 

i hppdunf p p s i s d dumb 
quconfidunt in dno s 



Interproetatio nominum 
ebraiconun et greconim. 



Xi^donai . adoneos . domiaua. 

Angel UB . Duntius. 

Arohangelus . Bitmmua auntiiis. 

Adam . omusium . terreuuM, 
] Abel . luctus miserabilis. 

Amorreitm . amarum. 

Abram . pater excelsus. 

Abraham . pater multorum' 
gentium'. 

Augustus . Bollemnis. 
o Aegyptue . tribnlatio. 

Agius . nanciuB. 

Afertioe ablatiuns. 

Aaron . mons fbrtitadinis. 

Abdias . seruuB domini. 
5 Ambacuc . amplexans. 

Aggeus . fiollemnis'. 

Andreas . uirilis. 

Agios . petit. 

Alleluia . laudate domtnum. 
o Apostolus . misuB. 

Apocalipsin . reuelatio. 

Arsis . eleuatio. 
Abdo . eeruua eius. 
5 Achialon . uiuens deo. 
Agar . aduana. 



Aser . beatus. 

Asa . toUeus. 

Amalech . populus lambena. 
,a Athoniel . reeponsio Aei. 

Aoth . gloriosus. 

Abisalon . pater pncis. 

Abba . pat«r 

Adsida . *flood. 
IS (2**) Abia . pater dominitB. 

Amasias . populum tolleoB. 

Azarias , auxilium Aa. 

Acbaz . adherens' 

Ammon . fidelis. 
io Achah . frater patris. 



13 a. 



^artholomeus . filius* . e\ 
pendentis aquas, 

BrachuB . locuata. 

Belfegor . simulacra. 

fiethlem . domua panis. 
,5 Beniamin . filius dexterae. 

Bare . ftilgurans'. 

Baasa . pinguido. 

Bariona . filius columbae. 

Baria . breuis. 
a Bucolicon . pastorale carmen. 



' MS. joins the two words. 

* After this word is scribbled a b d f g i, by the same soribe who has scribbled 
the letters on Fol. l^ 

* MS. adhendens, and r written above the line, between the n and d. 

* Inaerted above the line with marts of rBferBnoe ■/ 
' US. falftOTBitB, and o written above the seoond u. 



INTERPRAETATIO NOMINUM. B— E 



Brachicatalecticus . 

nu8 Bunt. 
Bresith . genesis. 
Babylon . confusio. 



ubi duQ mi- 



Vylierubin . multitudo scienti^. 
55 Cain . possessio. 

Caldei . quasi d^monia 

Caluari^ locns. '^cualmstou. 

Cham . callidus. 

Cas. leo\ 
60 Canon . regula 

Clericus . sors dei. 

Catacuminus . instructus. 

Cephas . petrus. 

(2**) Cedar . tenebrae. 
65 Cananeus . possidens. 

Capoth . doxa gloria 

Cataclismum . dilunium*. 

Codex . liber. 

Coliferte . *ge]x)fta. 
70 Clauis . * helma. 

Crepidinem. *neo]x)(iard^ 

Cletice . uocatiuus. 

Chronus . tempus. 

Catalecticus . ubi in pede uer- 
sus . una syllaba deest^ 
75 Catalectus . ubi uersus legitimo 
fine concluditur. 

Cola membrum. 

Comma incisum. 

Commata ipsae incisiones pedum. 



D 



auid . desiderabilis dei. 



80 Danihil . iudicium deL 

Diabulus . criminator. 

Diaconus . minister 

Deuteronomium . secunda lex. 

Dan . iudicium. 
85 Deborra*. loquax. 

Dalila . paupercula. 

Diapsalma . sermonum rupta 
continuatio. 

Doleus. *byden. 

Dasile. *boor 
90 Disticon . duorum ueraum. 

Dotice . datiuus. 

Decurat *homnaap. 

Dasia . hispidum 

Diastile . separatio 
95 Digammos . duplex littera. 

Dimetron . duorum pedum 



1E1 



(2^'') l^i ufrates . frugifer 

£ua calamitas. 

Enoch . dedicatio. 
100 Euaeum . ferruw pessimum. 

Ebrei . translatores. 

Edom . rufus terrenus.' 

Eliezer . auxilium dei. 

Esau . rufeus. 
105 Eli . deus mens. 

Eliachim . resnrrectio domiid. 

Elia . domini del 

Eliseus . domini xnei salus. 

Esaias . salus domini. 
no Ephoth . uestimento® sacerdo*'. 

Episcopus . superspector. 



^ The interpretation is wanting here. Hieronymus {Liber de nominibus Hebraicis^ 
de Zacharia) has : Chaseleu, spes ejus ; Eucherius {Hebraeorum nominum interpretatio) 
has : Caslen, in Zacharia propheta, Nouember, qui est nonus. 

8 Written after gloss 69, with marks of reference •/• *0i ^^^ by the side of, 
cataclismum. ^ MS. has accent over the u, 

* MS. de est, so written on account of a hole in the vellum made by the erasure of a 
word for which deest was substituted ; of the original word no trace has remained ; 
only two dots and a mark sometimes found elsewhere by the side of other words are 
still visible. 

^ MS. Debora, and second r above the line. 

^ MS. uestimenta, with point below a and above it. 

' MS. sacerdo, with horizontal stroke above 0, for sacerdotiSf or sitcerdotali. 



1 



INTERPRAETATIO NOMINUM. E — I 



Elizabeth . del mei saturitas. 

Ecclesia . euocatio. 

EfiQraim . frugifer. 
XX5 Exodus . exitus. 

Ezechihel . fortitudo dei 

Euangelium . bona adnuntiatio 

Eucharitia . gratia. 

Eliut . delta meus iste. 
I30 Emaus . nomen castel. 

Ephiphania . aparatio. 

Elam . saeciili 

Ephithonte . epistola. 

Euillan . usum ignis. 
125 Edulion . pancorum uersum. 

Ethiantike . accussatiuos. 

Exametron. se^arium^ 

Eptimemeren . sjWaba remanent 
po5^ III. pedes. 

Eucharitia . sacrificium. 



130 



(3")X/ arao dissipator. 
Fanuhel facies del 
Facias apeiiens. 
Feta aperL 
Farizaei . diuisi. 
X35 Ferula *hreod. 
Fundus *bodan. 
Foratoriuw. *buiris. 



VjTabrihel fortitudo dei. 

(TOtholia . tempus dommi 
140 Gedeon . temtatio. 

Gkililaei . uolubilis. 

Gemellus . *getuin. 

Genice . genitiuus. 

Gat temtatio. 
145 Gehenna ualles gratuita . qui- 
dam aestimant apellatam hanc 
uallem gehennon quae eat 
iuxta murum hierusalem. 



Gacila ^snithstreo. 
Glebulum *hrider. 

Xlierusalem . uisio pacis. 
Hiei*emeas excelsus dommi. 
150 Holocaustum sacrificium. 

Heroicometron uirorum carmen. 
Hel theus deiis. . 



I 



(3"*') Xafeth . latitude. 

lair inluminans. 
155 Ipochrita . simulator 

Imnum . carmen domiui. 

Isaac . risus. 

lacob . supplantator 

luda . glorificans. 
160 Isachar mercis est, 

loseph . saluator 

lob . dolens. 

IsmaheP . auditio dei. 

Israhel . uir uidens deum, 
165 lesue . saluator 

lohannes . gratia dei. 

lesus . saluator 

lepte . aperiens. 

Isai . insulae. 
170 ludith . laudans. 

lonatha . columbae donvm' 

losaphath . domiid indicium. 

loram . qui* est excelsus. 

loas . sperans. 
175 latha . robustus. 

losias . domiui salus. 

loachas . robustus. 

loachim . cuius est proeparatio. 

lechonias . proeparatio deL 
180 leroboam . deiudicans populism. 

lambri psalmus. 

leu ipse ue\ est. 

loel incipiente deo. 

lona columba. 
185 lungula . *geocboga. 



1 So in MS. for senarium. ^ MS. Ismael, and h above the line, between a and e, 
3 MS. donom, with v above the second 0. 

* MS. has dni, with stroke over n, after qui ; but the three letters are marked for 
erasure. 



INTERPRAETATIO NOMINUM. K — P 



K 



(3***) r\ yrieleison . do-mine mi- 
serere nobis. 

I J oth . declinans. 

Laban . candidus. 

Lucas . ipse consurgens. 
190 Lazarus . adiutus. 

Lacertor brachia. 

Lacisca . catula ex lupa et cane 
nascit. 

Lia . laboriosa. 

Lem appositus. 
195 Leuita diaconus. 

Ledo *nepflod. 

Lancola '^cellae. 

Libitorium *saa. 

Lignarium ^uuidubinde. 

200 lyXichael qui sicut detts. 

Moses atsumsio. 

Matusalem mortuus. 

Malachias angelus meu& 

Maria inluminatrix. 
205 Matheus donatus. 

Marcus excelsus. 

Mandragora pomum. 

Maimer aestis. 

Melchizedech . rex iustus. 
210 Manasse . oblitus. 

Manasses obliuiosus. 

Manachem . consulans. 

Micha quis est iste. 

(3^^) Mesiafl . Chrw^ws. 
215 Mantega "^taeg. 

Malina *fyl]ed flood. 

Monesticon . unius uersus. 

Monometron uersus unius pedi«. 

Mec media distinctio. 
320 Mappa *cneoribt. 

Maculosus ^specfaag. 

Menta *minte. 



Matheus . donatus idem . apel- 
latus est leui . libbeus^ . corcu- 
culus . id est dk oorde \d est 
taddeuB . ipse est . et iudas . 
iacobL 



N, 



oe . requies. 
935 Natzareus . saric^us. 

Neptalim conuersantis. 

None latratus. 

Nafissa beth anima. 

Nauum* germen* . . 
330 Nablium'*. psalterium. 



o, 



reb longitude. 
Osanna . saluifica. 
Ochazias . adproehendens domi- 

num 
Ozias . fortitude domtni. 
335 Ombri . crispans mens. 
Ose . saluator. 
Oxia . acuta. 
Onomastice . genitiuus. 



p 



etrus . agnoscens. 
240 Paulus . mirabilis. 

Philippus^ . 6s ^ lampadis. 

(4"*) Pontius . declinans . consi- 
lium. 

Pilatus . 6s'' malleatoris. 

Pascha dommi . transitus. 
245 Pbasa . pascha. 

Pentecostes . quinquagesimus. 

Parasceuen . proaparatio cibi. 

Papa . admirabilis. 

Platus . latitude. 
250 Praesbyter sacerdos. 

Pontifex episcopus. 

Pithonissa . spm^t^s inf emi 

Pentimemeren . sylla6a rema- 
nans potft . II . pedes. 



1 libbeus — iacobi, is a separate gloss. 

3 This gloss is not navum and A. S. gerinen as read and explained by Mr Heniy 
Sweet {Oldest English Texts, pp. 35 and 505). It is found in S. Jerome's Liber de 
nominihus Hebraicis, ^ MS. nambliam, with point below first m. 

^ MS. phippus, and U written above u ^ MS. has an accent over o« 



J 



INT£RPRA£TATIO KOBCINUM. P — T 



Feta . uates. 
ass Poeticus . liber. 

Foema . unius libri opus. 

Foessis . opus multorum Ubro- 
rwn. 

Frosodia . accentus^ 

Fistomine . circumf exus. 
360 Fsili . purum. 

Fob . pes. 

Fentametron . u . peduum. 

Periodos . clausula . v>e\ tota sen- 
tentia est. 



R 



;apliael . medicina d«i. 
265 Roboam . latitude populi. 

Raguel . pastor dei. 

Rabbi . magister 

Rebecca . patientia. 

Rahel . ouis dei. 
370 Ruben . uidens lilius. 

Rucha . spin^t£S. 

Racha inanis. 

(4**') Rastrum . *raece. 

Rithmus . numerus. 
375 Romani sublimis. 

Roma . uirtus. 

►^eraphin . ardens. 

Sarrai . prinoeps mea. 

Sacello . in dome idoli. 
380 Sarra . prinoeps. 

Sumuel . nomen eius det^ 

Sabaoth . omnipotens. 

Salomon . paciScus. 

Saulus . temtatio. 
385 Satanan . aduersarius'. 

Scjmifes . colum siue acult'^ 

Symbulus . conlatio. 

Sinodus . congregatio. 

Symeon . exauditio. 



390 Sem . nominatus 

Samson . sol eorum 

Simon . pone merorem. 

Soffonias . abscondens earn 

Stefanus . coronatus. 
395 Sedecias . iustus dommi. . 

Sella . petitio. 

Saducei . iustificati. 

Sicini . *ac dus*. 

SiluQ . apostolus. 
300 Sinagoga ecclesia. 

Salamon eoclesiastes . conscio- 
nator et idida omnia unum 
sunt et est dilectus domini 

(4^*) Semigar nomen adueniens 

Sion . specula 

Sinai . mensnra 
305 Samaritani . custodes 

Scarioth . ulcus memoria mortis. 

Scisca *eoforj?rote. 

Sublatorium . '"'bluestbaelg 

Sillogismo inebitabile. 



T. 



310 J. hronus . sedes^ 
Thomas . abissus. 

» 

Thola . uermiculus. . 

Tyrus . angustia. 

Thesis . positura. 
315 Tonus • . accentijs. 

Trissisma . crassitude. 

Trimetron . trium pedeum. 

Tetrametron . . iiii . peduum. 

Tritus^ trocheus . syl^a po^^ 
. uii . pedes remanent. 
320 Terte bocolicon . syUa&a post u . 
pedes remaneTis. 

Telia . distintio. 

Trilex . * drill. 

Thorat . l^x. 

Triplum . testimonium. 
325 Tantalus . *aelbitu. 



^ MS. aocentes, with pomt below seoond e and u above it. 
3 MS. adueisariuB, but first t altered to r. 

> MS. acult with horizontal stroke over t. Eucherias has : Oiniphes, oulicum genus 
est aculeis permolestum. ^ MS. joins these two words. 

B MS. sedes, with i above the second e. ^ Onus on an erasure. 

7 One letter erased between i and U 



INTERPRAETATIO NOMINUM. U — Z 



U el gemitus. 
Ua . *eupa. 
TJerteliuin ' . •uerua 
Uomer 'scaer. 
ig TJriheL ignia dei. 



X <3™  aqua 
Ypudiastole . snbseparatio 
(1^) YpercatalecticuB . ubi sub 

legitimos . pedes ajllaba crea- 

cit 



Ypoeticen aubdistinctio*. 

IS Xi abahoth exerGituiim. 

ZabuloD habitaculum fbrtis. 

Zebedeus . dotatus. 

Zacharia . memor dotnim. 

Zacheua . iustificatns. 
)□ Zezaoia lolium. 

Zezabet fluens . sangaiaem. 



(FoL 5**) TnciyU . glosa swundum ordinem . 

elimentorMm alphabet!. 



zo 



t\ bminiculum . adiutorium 
Abelena. '^haesellmutu. 
Abiecit . proiecit. 
Absida . sacrarium. 
Abies, ^etspe. 
Ab ineonte setatc infantia 
Abimelech . patris mei regnum. 
Abegelata inuiolata. 
Absinthium . ^permod. 
Abra ancella 
Abdicauit'. negauit vA ^discerede ' 
Abortus . *miflbyrd. 
Abiles . abtabiles. 
Abolenda delenda 
25 Ablata. '^binumine. 
Abdensis . abscondens. 
Abstemus abstinens 
Abaso . infima domus. 
Abrepticius . furiosus. 
so Abrizium . spendor auri 
Abacta . inuiolata. 
Abegato . uenenato. 
Aberuncat abstirpat. 
Abnepus . qui natus est de pro- 

nepote. 
35 Abauus . id est aui . auus . nam 

gradus ipsi sic sunt . pater . 

auus . pro. auus . abauus . 

atauus . triauus . quasi tertius 

auus. 
Abrogata deleta. 
Abigit minat. 
Abristit longe. 
Abrisit . longe est et sit. 



3o Abactus . ab actu remotus. 

Abaro . infirma domu& 

Abdicit inclusit 

Abigelus qui toUit senium aMt 
pecus alienum. 

Abcesit uocat. 
35 Abstenus sobrius. 

Abolere . neglcgenter agere ue\ 
obliuisci. 

Abdicare repellere tu\ refutare 

Absoluta . libera. 

Abunde . ^genycthlica 
40 (5^*^) Abacta inuolata uel exclusa. 

Abspemit contemnit. 

Abtauit . conparauit 

Absistere discedere 

Absordium dissimilem . di ^orum. 
45 Abiget *pereth. 

Ab euro '^eastansudan. 

Ad euronothum *eastsut. . 

Abena arundo agrestis. 

Abitote abite. 
50 Abusitatus . minus instruct is in 
scientia. > 

Abdicat.refutati'exheredao ue\ 
abieecit tie\ alienat. 

Abduxit negauit. 

Abrasa ablata^ 

Abdit abscondit 
55 Abdecet . non decet 

Absonus homo sine sono. 

Abiudices negas. 

Abtemus adiungemus 

Abstans distans. 
60 Abigiata inuolata. 



^ The final de are added above the line. For bUceredCi as in the Epinal and Erfurt 
glossaries? * MS. refutati, but the i probably means id est^ as elsewhere. 

3 Added above the line by corrector. 



10 



GLOSA. A 61 — ^Al34 



Absedas aedificii latiores conacu- 
las. 

Abicies turba. . 

Abrogat derogat. 

Abtet uos impleat uos. 
65 Abolita sopita. 

Ab latere est longe. 

Absistit desistit 

Abdus ab hacrorc. 

Abiurtit Degat. 
70 Ab adipe . quae fortes fuert im- 
molate. 

Abiece apelle. 

Abnuit abnegat non consentit^ 

Abditum reconditum . abscondi- 
tum 

Abstrusum remotum latens abs- 
consum. 
75 Abtauit conparauit adquisiuit 

Absurdus inisticus indignus. 

Abiuratio negatio. 

Absit . longe sit uel distat 

Abstrusa abscondita. 
80 Abegit expulit remouit. 

Abegunt a se expellont 

Abest absens erat. 

Aboleta distructa 

Abolitio . gestorum dilectio. 
85 Abolet toilet . a memoria aufert. 

(6^) Abutitur recussat. 

Abditis . *gehyddum. 

Abdedit inclusit occultauit. 

Ab aflTrico . *sudanpestan. 
90 Aboleri . deleri iiA tollere. 

Aboleri adduceri . vsl a memoria 
moueri. 

Ab borea . *eastannor]7an. 

Abiles . apertum 

Aborsns . ab eo quod est ordior 
95 Absorduum . indignum. 



A 



ctionator' qui de pretio con- 
tendit 



Acerra . area' tuns'. 

Accitus . euocatus. 

Achaz uirtus. 
xoo Acer . uehemens. 

Acie turba. 

Aconito . * })UDga& 

Acerue . moleste. 

Acognitum genus herb^ uene- 
natae. 
105 Acti fatis . fatorum lege inpulsi. 

Acicm gladii . uim gladiL 

Acholothus . sectator. 

Aceruus *muha. 

Aceruus . malus t^el inmaturus. 
xxo Achimenia . at^t lex caldeorum . 
uocabatur. quamnullus poterat 
inmutare. 

A censoribus . a iudicibus. 

Accipe . cognosce audi. 

A circio . *nor?5anpestan. 

Actionans *folcgeroebum. 
X15 Acisculum *piic. 

Aceron. fluuius aput inferos. 

Acies . et ordo militum . et ocu- 
lorum uisus . et acumen fern. 
*ecg. vA *scearpww*. 

Acinaces gladii. 

(5^**) Accape audL 
lao Aerabulus *mapuldur 

Achalantis . vA luscinia uel ros- 
cinia *neht§gale. 

Achus . grecus . rex. 

Acrifolus . * holegn. 

Acidus . ab acrore. 
X25 Acega . * holthona. 

Accitor aduocator 

Accearium . * steli. 

Acciti. euocati. arcessite 

Acitula *hromsa. 
130 Acitelum *hromsan crop. 

Accitulium *g§ces sure. 

Acinum *hindberiae. 

Acris fortio vA *from 

Actionabatur ^scirda 



^ MS. consetit, with n above e. 

3 An initial director (a) is written by the side of this word, in the margin, for 
the guidance of the illuminator. ^ MS. joins the two words. 

4 MS. sceap, with stroke over p, and r above a, for scearpnis. 



GLOSA. A 135— A 206 



11 



135 Acfcuarins . *praec. 
Aocetam '^gefeotodne 
AccidioBus . mente inquietus. 
Acegia *snlte*. 
Aoeodo . exortatoriae. 
140 Aoephalon . sine capite. 
Accedeatur stomachatur. 
Accensi irati uel concitati 
Acroceria ligatura articulorum. 
Accio . acciui . acoersiuL 
145 AculeuB . ab acta . dimimitiuum. 
Acumina' . ingenia. 
Aceruus cumulus . lapidum 
Accire euocara 
Acta ripa nemorosa uA conti- 

nentes. 
150 Acnonitus . qui nulli commu- 

nicat. 
Accentus . uox alta siue pro- 

ducta 
Acclinis . resupinus . et incum- 

bens. 
Accire . maris fluctus. 
Aclides tela arma gladia. 
155 Accumbere interesse. 
Aceuon . oratio. 
Acr§ mentis ualidae mentis. 
Aceti cotilla uas id est "^boUe 
(G**) Acies . extenta militum in- 

pugnatio. 
x6o Acus. *netl uel ^gronuisc. 
Aocessio . significat frigorem. 
Acerbatur uertebatur. 
Acceptator auctor 
Aceruitas . dolor crudelitas 
265 Accidia . tedium . uel anxietas id 

est * sorg. 
Acremonia . acumen . vsl s^uitia. 
Actotum^ . sine mora. 
Acisculum . quod habent in- 

structores quasi . mallioles . ad 

cedendos lapides. 
Acatasticus . adstans uel uersus. 



170 Actuariis . acta qui fisudt. 

Accola . uicinus . possessor uel 

alienus cultor 
Accintu "^denetla 
Accolitus cero f erarius. 



XJLdstipulatio . adfirmatio. 
175 Adstipula . adiunclus. 

Adduotus . arcessitus. 

AdsutQ * gesiupide. 

Ad proastolandum . ad obseruan- 
dum. 

Adminiculante . adiuuante. 
zSo Adnexus . adiunctus. 

Adludit . coaptauit 

Adfector . interfector 

Adacto . coacto. 

Adilicem . genus rubi. 
x8s Adigebant . cogebant 

Aditum . ab adeundo dictum. 

Adsaecula diens. 

Adtaminat usurpat. 

(6^) Adstipulatus . adiunctus. 
X90 Adsciscunt . adsociunt. 

Adulti . inmaturi 

Adultus . maturus. 

Addictus . *forscrifen. 

Adolerent sacrificarent. 
X95 Adolet . incendit. 

Adfectans . concupiscen8\ 

Adeptus . adsecutua 

Adridente . * tyctende. 

Aduncis. ^gebegdum. 
200 Ad penses'^ . * t6' nyttum. 

Adsensore . * fultemendum. 

Adfectat temtat 

Adclinis . * to-hald . usl incum- 
hens. 

At queue . ^eud suelce. 
305 Adtenuatus . subtilis. 

Ademto *gebinumini^ 



^ MS. has accent over n. ^ i written below the last stroke of m. 

* MS. Actotam, with u over 0, but in different ink. 

^ MS. concipiscens, with point below first i, and u above it. 

^ MS. penses, with a above second e. ' MS. has accent over 0. 

7 So in MS. for binunUnu The scribe should have marked ge for erasure. 



12 



GLOSA. A 207— A 283 



Adfinis . proximus. 

Adfectaret . desideraret 

Adsaeclum*.*})egn. minister' tur- 
pitudinis'. 
axo Adcingiint proeparant. 

Adorsus . adgressus'. 

Addicit . abdicat amouet. 

Adfatim . habundanter mox iu\ 
statim satio . ualde. 

Addic . ualde die. 
3X5 Adoptat . adfiliat 

Adbiguus anceps dultius 

Adgrediuntur * geeodiin. 

Adlido . * tonpinto. 

Adfatim . optime loquens. 
330 Adnitentibtea . * tilgendum. 

Adsciuit . coniunxit. 

(6^) Adolescere . maturescere , 
crescere. 

Adstipulatur idonius^ testis 

Adprobatur . adfirmatur 
aas Adimere . subtrahere 

Adipiscit . adquirit. 

Ad libi dines . * praene. 

Adtonitus . * hlysnende 

Ad fasces, ^to peordmyndum. 
330 Addiceret . iudicaret. 

Adfectatoris . adpetitoris . uel 
amatoris. 

Adfligit * gehuaeh. 

Adsertor . firmator. 

Adsertores . confirmator 
335 Adrogantissime . * plonclice'^. 

Adyta . templa 

Adfectio . uoluptas. 

Adorea . libamina 

Adnouit . consentit. 
340 Adniue . adiunga 

Adsectator . imitator 

Adoleo . glutto 

Ador . genus farao frumenti 

Adamans . ualde amans. 



•45 Adamans . genus lapidis ferro 
durior 

Adclibatum . oblioum. 

Ad oritur nascitur adgreditur 

Adrumauit . rumorem . obtulit 

Adimit tollit. 
350 Adsaeculi . pedisequi uA lenones. 

Adeo . in tantum. 

Adio ingredior 

Admodum ualde. 

(6^^) Adlobrius gallis ciuiis de 
gallia. 
355 Ad&bilis . dilectabilis. 

Adire perferre . vA adgredire. 

Adomat . plus quam ornat 

Adsentator adolator blanditor 

Agerat adicit. 
360 Ad cxtoUendum . ad laudandum 

Adciuisse . aduocare. 

Adid . interpellat. 

Ad mancipandum ad Hberandum 

Adsciscere adsumere. 
365 Adimitio ademptio. 

Adfectat . uult desiderat 

Adplaudat^. * onhliorrouuit^ 

Adiumentis . auxiliis. 

Adluo adluit profluit. 
370 Adsta interiora templi 

Adluerit infunderet. 

Admisum. peccatum «^1 receptum 

Adnauimus . adnotauimus. 

Adstipatus . adiunctus. 
275 Adnuit promittit . spondit. 

Adtonitos . stupore defixos. 

Adauus . patris . auus. 

Ad confutandum . ad conuincen- 
dam 

Adiciens . prohibens. 
380 Adcommodaturus . * uuoende. 

Aduentio . *sarpo. 

Adscite adiunctL 

Aduocatus . * pingere. 



1 MS. Adsaeculnm, but first u erased. ^ Added by corrector. 

B MS. Adgressus . adorsus, but marked for transposition. 

^ MS. idonitus, with point nnder t, 

^ MS. ploncli, with sign of abbreviation over t. 

' MS. pladat, with u above, between a and d» 

7 The A. S» words written as one in MS. 



i 



GLOSA. A 284— A 345 



13 



Adesto . ausiliare. 
385 Adero ausiliabor 

Adfectat temtat adpetit vA 

amat vs\ cupit 
(7**) Adhibuit . . ^geladade . tbel 

Aduocauit 
Adplicuit . *ge})iudde. 
Adliciens . inuitans. 



290 



xV.equiperat . ad^uat id est 

^usL . et paria f acit. 
Aedibt^a . domibu^. 
Aeditus . natus. 
Aemulus* . imitator 
Aeneum , aereiim 
295 Aequatis . * efnum. 

Aequidiales . aequinoctiales . id 

est isy merinos grece. 
Aequae . similiter 
Aerii . uirgae ferreae. 
Aegne" . indite. 
300 Aegyptus . caligo. 

Aeditio . aliud interproctatio. 
Aeneatores . tubicines. 
Aeuus . tempus. 
Aesculus . *boece. 
305 Aedicula « domus modica. 

Aegilippon . grece saxum emi- 

nens . quo nee capell^ ualent 

ascendere. 
Aequeus eiusdem aeatis [aetatis] 

con^uus [conaeuus]®. 
Aegeator hortator 
Aedificia [^dificia] templa ur- 

bana 
3T0 ^es [Aedes] domus. 

Aerarium . ubi aerari [aerarii] 

inclusi sunt [sunt]. 
Aestuca . calor. 
Aerumna . miseria 
Aequor pelagus . tiel campus. 



315 Aequora . campi . tiA maria 
Aegit . *praec. 
AequQ . [Aequae] mons . magni- 

tudo. 
Aequigenae . gemini 
(7***) Aestuaria . "^fleotas. 
320 Aequiperabatur similabator [si- 

milabatur] 
Aere alieno . "^geabuli. 
Aegro animo . tristi [triste] ani- 

mo. 
Aethica . moralis. 
Aestus . procella 
325 Aeditui . hostiariL 
Aestibale . tempus. 
Aes . aeris. 
Aegesta . *gor8. 
Aetatula . aetas modica. 
330 Aestuaria . [Aetuaria] . ubi duo 

maria conueniunt. 
Aeneade . ooniurati . aenea. 
Aeques . et equester^ unum 

sunt [si^nt]. 
Aequitatus . et peditatus nu- 

merus equitum et peditum. 
Aerectatio . tuba. 
335 Aeleuenus . habundans. 

Aeuitas . aetas aetemitas [^ter- 

nitas]. 
Aerumnus . infortunus. 
Aes alienum [Aes e alienum] . 

pecunia debitum. 
Aeterna . partes . caeli superi- 

ores. 
340 Aether polum axis caelum. 
Aeuum . Hcteculum. 
Aesolus . genus arborw. 
Aequitat* . atsimulat 
Aeglea . patria uentorum . tisl 

rex . uentorum. 
34S Aequaeuus . con^uus . [Aeque- 

uus . conaeuus] 



^ MS. Aemulus, and ator added above ihe s, by corrector. 

* So in MS. , not Aegre. 

3 The Glosses 307—348 are repeated in the MS. on Fol. 7^' Ime 1 to 7^^, line 14. 
Tbe few differences between the two texts are printed in square brackets. 

* MS. quester, with e above q. 
^ MS. Aqnitat, with e above q. 



14 



GLOSA. A 346 — A 403 



Aerarium . locus in quo pecunia 

redigitur. 
Liticines tubicine8\ 
Aemula . iniihica et inimicatrix. 
Aequimanus . species glatiaturae 
gladiaturae] quae utraquae 
utraqiM] manu depugnat. 
349* L^ol. 7^ line 1 to 7»^ line 14 
(first half) contains, as has been 
said, a repetition of glosses 307 — 
348. On the second half of line 
14 is written, once more, Liti- 
cines tubicines (see 347) after 
which the MS. continues] 
3SO (7**** line 15) Aeneatores . comi- 
cinis. 
Aequore totum per totum mare. 
Aequipensum . *ebnpege. 
Aescilia . mons Id urbe roma. 
Aerarium . thesaurum uli pu- 
plice . pecunia mittitur. 
355 Aera . rota caeli. 
Aeri . iacintini. 



J\ finiculum *ellende' a finibus 
procul. 

Affore . adesse. 

Afflarat . ""ansuaep. 
360 A fafonio . *su]>anpestan 

Affatim . habunde. 

Affecta uel arefaota' omata u>e\ 
attenuata. 

Affluunt habundant. 

Affricus *pestsudpind. 
365 Affatus locutus. 

Affaturus absens futurus erit'. 

Affatibus habundanter. 

(8**) Afestotiles . nomen auctoris. 

Affectans . desiderat. 
370 Afficit . amauit honorat. 



Affectui . ^megsibbe . uel dilec- 
tione. 



A 



.ggeres terrae congeries . cu- 
mulus. 

Agon . certamen. 

Agonitheta prinoeps illius artis 
375 Agonista . qui discit illam ar- 
tem. 

Agmen . quadratum miles in ite- 
nere . quatema . acie incedens. 

Agitur . regitur 

Agasson . minister . officialis. 

Agnatus . cognatus. 
380 AgustQ . sonctoe. 

Agiographae . acmctB, scriptura 

Agrestes . fera. 

Agapo . qui negotia aliena ante- 
ambulant 

Ageator . hortator. 
385 Agricola . rusticos. 

Agonantes . explicantes. 

Agonia . hostia. 

Agga . circa . 

Aggreditur . acceditur. 
390 Agitor . regena 

Agrarius . Outlines. 

Affrippa . qui in pedes nasdtur. 

Aiun£ . ?ebu8. ^ 

Agens . persequen& 
395 Agreste . ferum. 

Agretis . *pad§. 

Agastrum ^segmang. 

Agmine . itenere uel impetu uA 
ordine. 

Agitatio ^unstilnis. 
400 (8***) Agr§ . indigne. 

Agitate . "^onettad. 

Aggressus . inuestus 
rvit* 

Agmine . fulmine. 



ueV 



in- 



1 This gloss is written in the MS. after redigitur (in the repetition on Fol. 7^^ line 
10) and is repeated 4 lines lower down. 
^ Added above the line, by corrector. 
' erit added above /titurtM, by corrector. 
* Added above the line by corrector between agg- and inn- . 



GLOSA. A 404 — X 468 



15 



Age . uelociter. 
405 Agapem . ^suoesendo. 
Agitante . f aciente. 
Agmen *peorod. 
Agger monticulosus. 

x!k-iumenta auxilia. 
4x0 Aiocten . iugem * diuersum. 
Ain . uerbum interiectionis. 
Ain. tandem . Ain uero. 

x!LUegoria* . figuralis dictio . ali- 
ud . dicere et alind intelligere 

Alea . *tebL 
4x5 Altilis . ut pasta ab alendo. 

Aleator . *teblere. 

Albulo . *flio. 

Altilis aues didtur a uolando 

Alium . *gaarleec. 
430 Alogia . conuiuiam. 

Alba spina . *heagodom'. 

Alcion . *isern. 

Algor . frigos*. 

Alluuies' . locus oenosns. 
425 Alliciat . alliga£. 

Alienigena' . qui in aliena terra 
nascitur 

Allux . poUux . in pede. 

Alnus . *aler. 

Alietibus . auibus. 
430 (8**) Alneum . *fulaetreo. 

Ales . aues. 

Alietum . "^spaerhabuc. 

Alneta . *alerholt. 

Alga.*paar. 
435 Altrinsecus . "* on ba halfe^. 



Albipedius . "^huitfoot. 

Aluuium . *meeli. 

Aligeri pinnate. 

Aluiolum . *aldaht 
440 Alga. '^scaldhyflas vA '^sondhyl- 
las. 

Alnus . ratis nauis. 

Alabastrum . uas^ de^ gemma. ^ 
propri nomen . lapidis et uas 
nominat . de illo lapide factum. 

Aluiola . peluis . rotundus. 

Altemantium . *8taefnendra 
445 Alacris . *snel. 

Alacer . *8uift 

Alueus . *streamraad. 

Alitus . *aethm. 

Algidus . humor frigidus. 
450 Alumnae . *fostorbeam. 

Altematur . latini^i nomeu est . 
sed altema . post altert^m f acit. 

Alerius . nutritor 

Altercator . litigat. 

Alibre . alimentum 
455 Aluus . uenter. 

Alligorrit degustat 

Allegare . uerba imperatoris ad' 
iudicem . ciuitatis mittere'. 

(8^**) Alsiosus . frigoriosus. 

Alapiciosa . ^calpa. 
460 Aluearia . *hyfi. 

Alioquin . quid si non. 

Aliquantesp^r' aliquandio. 

Alter ambob?«9*® unus aut am bo 

Alterius agunt uon simul agunt 
465 Alea . prodigus. 

Aleator lusor cupiditatis 

Altilia . *foedils. 

Altores . cultores. 



Added above the line by corrector. 

An initial director (a) is written by the side of this word, in the margin. 

MS. headom, with go added above the line, between a and d. 

MS. frigoB, with v above 0. 

MS. allnuies, and tes written above et. 

MS. alienagena, with t below first n, and point below second a. 

MS. joins onbahalfe. 
^ ad — mittere, written as a separate entry in the MS. 
* per joined with aliquandio in MS., not with aliqnantes. 
^^ MS. rather alteram bobtM, 



1 

t 
9 

4 

6 

6 
7 



16 



GLOSA« A 469 — A 540 



Alacrimonia . laetitia. 
470 Alectat . spectat. 

Alienum aes . pecunia ueneratri- 
cia. 

Alaris . cabba alarius. 

Allegat insinuat mittit. 

Alsit . friguit. 
475 Algit infrigidat 

Alter et uter alter et ambo 

Altemis . subauditur uicibas at 
modo . qui modo illud. 

Alcido . *meau. 

Altum . mare tiA caelam. 
480 Alliciunt . prouocant 

Allisus . adfectus. 

Alcanus . *Jx)den. 

Alites. *challe8. 

Aibet . splendet 
48s Alatis halas habentibus 

Alitus . aura uentus. 

Almas . ager secundus. 

Ala . aequus. 

Alii)edes . ueloces ut cquL 
490 (9**) Alueum . *eduaelle* 

Alitado . *fothur 

Alligeo . *recceo. 

Altor . * fostorfaeder 

Allox . "^tahae 
495 Albo . penna 

Altrix . nutrix 

Allauda . *lauricae 

Alma . sanctSL pulchra pro^clara 

Albus . pi'aetoris ubi con script! . 
qui recitandi sunt . tabula eat 
et habet albeis litteris iudioes 
et senatores 
500 Alphei . de loco dicitur. 



A 



mineae^ . sine rubore. 
Amites . *laergae®. 



Amsancti . undiqiM sancti 

Amisionem . *forIor 
505 Amfridis . uersiculis. 

Amorr^i . amari. 

Amalehc . populus lambiens^ 

Ambariam . pro ambobt^^partibtM. 

Amfrite . mare. 
5x0 Amphi . utrimqt£6 

Amminici^t^m . adiutorium. 

Amminiculanj* . adiuaanj^ 

Amita . soror patris. 

Amnestiam . obolitionem. 
515 Amera . genas salicis 

Amphitetron . circufiispectacum. 

Ammentum . ^sceptog. 

Amata . catenata ab eo qtu>d awnt 
amici. 

(9**) Ambrones . *gredge. 
520 Amnuere . refugere. 

Amoenum" . fertile iocundum. 

Ambages . *ymbsuaepe. 

Ambagiosus . circulosus. 

Ambrosea. "^suoetnis. 
535 Amello . proprtum . nomea . loci 

Amburimur incendimur 

Amatores . qui amant unam . qua- 
si de uno riuo. 

Amulire . abducere. 

Amphitrite . mare 
530 Amulas . uasa aenea in modum 
ollae 

Amigdalinas . quidam arbor 

Amens. *emod. 

Amites . *fugultreo . tiel *reftra8 

Amtes . ^oemsetinne piingeardes. 
535 Ambulas . * J)iustra. 

Amilarius . '^mearh. 

Amictit . uestit texit. 

Amictorium . uestimentum 

Ambusta . conbusta. 
540 Amurca . fex olei. 



^ MS. has accent over the u. 

2 MS. has here some sign like p in the margin. 

' MS. largae, with e added above the line between a and r. 

^ MS. lumbiens, with point below u, and a above it. 

6 Both final n with horizontal stroke over it. 

' MS. amonnm, with e above the line. 



GLOSA. A 541 — A 603 



17 



Amandat . commendat 

Ambulacrum, spatiiim Amlmlandi 

Amittere . relinquere . perdere. 

Amphitare . geni^^ uestimenti. u- 
tnmqt^ uillosum. 
545 Ambila. "^laec. 

Amiculo . *hr§gli. 

Ammodum . ualde. 

Amentis. *sceptloum. 

Ambiit . circumiit. 
550 Ambit . cupit. 

(9**) Amphibalus. hircus bellosus. 

Amanet . extra manet. 

Ambages . nauticum. 

Ambages . circuli tiel sermon um 
555 Ambitus . poten* wcl circuitis* uel 
circuitus 



A, 



ntiquarius . qui grander lit- 
teras scribt^ 

Anubis . deua . egiptiorum. 

Antestis . pontifex. 

Ansa . fibida. 
560 Antra . obscura loca. 

Antifrasin . contraria^ locutio. 

Andeda . *brandrod*. 

Annuit . promittit. 

Annues . permittes. 
565 Anomalum . inlegale. 

Anologia . ratio uerborum. 

Anthlia' . rota auritoria 

Anudus . quartana die quarta 

Aneta . *enid 
570 Anes . ualles. 

Anetum.*dili 

Antiae . *loccas. 



Anathomen . apertionem. 

Anciliatur . adolatur 
575 Anconos . urcenos. 

Anguens ^ * breer. 

Anniculiis . unius anni. 

Anticipatio . praeocupatio. 

Antefata . *forepyrde. 
5S0 Anastasis . ''^dilignissum 

ADcilia scuta arma caelestia. 

(9^**) Anticipauit^ . }iraeueniat 

Anathema . abhominabilis^ delec- 
tus. 

Annitur . plus conatur 
585 Anfora. -iiii* modios' tenet 

Angor . tristitia uA memor' 

Antemne . * paede. 

Antemna . ^seglg^rd 

Andapila retia ursorum 
590 Anguis . serpens aquarum 

Ajiarchias . sine principatu . uel 
ubi nullius.potestas monarchia. 
ubi unius . polarchia ubi mul- 
toruw". 

Annales . annuos. 

A ADPHTON '\ id eat ratio . popu- 
lorum. 

Anfractus . circuitus. 
595 Animi . uoluntatis 

Anchoresis . remotio uel reoessio 

Anquirit . ualde quirit. 

Ancipitis . gladiolum quae . in 
medio . habet manubrium. 

Ansportat . abducit auehit 
600 Ancilus . poplites. 

Antagonista . recertator 

Antedo q**' . *pyrtdrenc. 

Ansatae . *aetgaere. 



^ The Erfdrt MS. has potentia, and the sign after poten in the Corpus MS. differs 
somewhat from the usual I for uel. It perhaps represents the ligature for Ha of the 
original. 

MS. circuitus, but point below second u, and i above it. 
MS. contrria, with a above the line, between rr. 
MS. branrod, with d above the line, between n and r. 
MS. anthia, with I above the line, between h and i. 

MS. aticipauit, with n above first t, ^ Added above the line by corrector. 

^ MS. modius, with point below u, and above it. 

1* So in MS. for maeror. ^^ MS. mulorum, with t above 0, 

^^ Written on an erasure ; the original word evidently commenced with 2, which is 
still visible. 

13 MS. q with sign of contraction above it. 

C. G. 2 



3 

s 
4 

6 
6 



Antes . estremi ordines oinia- 
rum. 

Anser . *goos. 

Anacephaleos . in repetitionem 
nel recapituktio. 

Angulinis . propnum nomen. 
630 Antebiblium . pi^nus codicis, 

Antefatua. teatatus, 

Ancore . merore . triatitm, 

Anim . atuertit uidit u«l intellegit 

Anagogen . auperior . sensns. 
635 Andrea . uirtus. 

Ansiferin . mestificis. 

AnedioauB . tedioBus', 

Anget . sollicitat ue\ stimulat. 

Augit . conaignat. 
640 Anguatior' . amplior. 

Audi uirga aurea. 

Ancipia . inritaa. 



ApocataBticus . adatana. 
Apotheca . «el horreum' . reposi- 

Aptat . copulftt. 

Appai'itoriiun . adiutorium. 
66} Apparasin . negatio. 

A|ioriH.ns° . *anaoungeiidL 

Aplnatra. *geroedro 

Apodixea . exemplum . probatio. 

Apolitarium . ubi ponnntur . res 
labentium 
6:0 Aper. *eobor. 

Aporiamur . *biad Jireade. 

Apiastnim *biopyrt 

(IC") Apnea. Aestina calens. 
tn Apricam . calor sine uento. 
Apotania . *fniet geugian 
A portia . caspia nomen loci. 

* MS. -nepoa, with v above o. 



' Dittograph; Eroni tbe next line. 

' MS. h with sign of contraction above it. 

* Bpapta, with c above the line, between ( and p, but no point below fitat p. 
' 80 in MS., but an attempt to alter a into o seems to hare been made. 

• Bee A 949, ' So in MS. for antegeoi. 
' MS. orream, with k added above the line. 

' MS. aporiena, with point helow e, and a above it. 



GLOSA. A 678 — A 738 



19 



Apricum . locus temperatus. 

Apologia . defeutia 
68o Aplestia . crapola. 

Aptata . pei'fecta\ 

Apporia . defluens. 

Appetitus . ^gidsung. 

Apparitione . *getiuiige. 
685 Apex . dignitas' . summa pars ca- 
pitis . itel littera caeli. 

Apoplexa^ . genus morbi. 

Apotheca . domus uioi. 

Apocalypseos . reuelationem 

Apocrifa . occulta. 
690 Apocrisis . depulso absconsis. 

Apologiticum . excussabilem 

Apostata . discessus a fide. 

Apologias . excusationes. 

Apothisen . superpositio. 
695 Apofltas . sceleratas negle 
Kegle gentes quae\ 

Aparatu.tecl* ministratio* *aex- 
faru. 

Apototyas excusationes. 

Apte tuos' . impleat uos. 

Apparator ministrator' auxilia- 
tor. 
700 Aptauit . conpai*auit. 

Apiscitur . utilitate eonsequitur 

Appellens . adplicen& 

Appulissit . applicauit 

Apparatorium . ubi res' . quae- 
cumqi£6 parentur. 
705 (10****) Aperticius . asperens. 

Applare . *eorscripel 

Apricitas . color *hio. 

Aparitio . "^gethingio. 

Apparatum . *ge]?rec. 
710 Appotheca. *pinfaet. 

Apostemam . commune. 



Apporeor . ousteuum* . quibus 
eius uiscera intemo foetore . 
cotnquenentur et inde loquen- 
do exalauit odorem foetorem. 

Aparcias. uii.trionufn uentus. 



A. 



.quilium . fuscum . uA subni- 
grum. 
715 Aquilium . ♦onga. 
Aquemale. "^lebel. 
Aquilae. "^segnas. 
Aquilici . scrutatores aquarum. 

xV.rthimetica . diuinitio . fiel 
numeralis. 
790 Armonia . * suinsung. 

Ariolatus . ^frihtrung. 

Armellae . brachialia. 

Areoli . ai^omatum orti 

Archia . initium. 
725 Archioritas . conflictus. 

Areoli . "^sceabas. 

Archipirata . princeps piratorum. 

Arba . terra ({ue aratur ve\ spa- 
tium 

Ardia . *hragra* . et die . perdu- 
Inm 
730 Argella. "^laam. 

Argntiae . "^thrauno. 

Arrius. *faag. 

(11**) Arcebat . repellebat. 

Armentarium . locus ubi arma 
conduntur. 
735 Arbutus . *ae8pe. 

Argutiae . *gleaunisse. 

Argute . acute. 

Armenias . pilas . nomen loci. 



^ MS. perfata, altered into perfecta. ^ Added above the line by corrector. 

' MS. apopleza, with t added between x and a, but by another hand and in different 
ink. ^ So in MS. and the first negle underlined. 

^ Added by corrector above the line with mark of reference /. after apototyas (see 
next gloss). But the words apparently belong to this gloss. 

' So divided in MS. for aptet uos. ^ MS. has accent above res. 

B This word is apparently corrupt; cf. Epinal Gloss. 5 A, after 21. It does not 
seem to be A. S. 

' MS. hrara, with g added above the line, between a and r. 

2—2 



20 



GLOSA. A 739— A 807 



Ardentes . f estinantes. 
74© Arx . *faestm. 

Armentum . et armentaiium d^ 
citur locus ubi instructio . ar- 
morum . reponuntur. 

Archturus . septem. 

Archtoes . * paegne)?ixl. 

Artura . *tot. 
745 Archontes . principes. 

Arcontv8\princep8. 

Arduiim . dificile. 

Argilla . * thoae. 

Archios . grauatus. 
750 Aripagita . archisynagogus. 

Arula. *fyrponiie'. 

Artemta . genibs nasis. 

Artemon . '^obersegl tiel malus. 
nauis. 

Artoa . excelsa ttel alia 
755 Armilausia . *serce. 

Arpago . *apel ue\ *clauuo 

ArtuiD . dolum. 

Arcistis . sagitarins. 

Arpa. *eanigeot. 
760 Araxis . fluuius . orientis 

Arcesiendos . exhibeudiis. 

Archia principatus. 

(ll*b) Anaglosa*. *pegbrade. 

Arpia . *ceber*. 
76s Armus . *boog. 

Arida . terra. 

Arcet* . uetat depulit prohibet*'. 

Arula . uas apiuiu at focum. 

Arbat^. *sib8ed. 
770 Arbina . adeps . axungia. 

Argenteus . albus. 



Arg plumai-ia . *uuynd©creft* 

Arcbiatros . *healeca8 '. 

Ariopagus . najneD. curiae. 
775 Arcesi . intellectui 

Arcem . summitatem uel uertigo. 

Arestis . stipulis. 

Areolus . erepticiua 

Archioretis . libros duo. 
780 Arbitrium . coUegio. (781) Arbi- 

triorum. multorum® 
7»3 Armellu . uas uiuarium. 

Armentum . pecunia. 

Arrepit . eripit 
785 Arridit . fault. 

Arguere . ampliare. 

Ariopagita . locus martia 

Arualis . rusticus agrestis 

Artuus . erectus. 
790 Artauit . atflixit conligauit. 

Arcebat . uertebatur. 

ArcQ . eminentia. 

Artis . scribtis . strictis. 

Artussum . sidus in caelo. 
795 Arepticium . demoniosum. 

Aruina. *risel. 

(1 l^)Arcitriclinium.domusmaior 

Armiger . armi portator 

Arguit . ostendit. 
800 Ariolus . diuinus. 

Ardebat . *scaan. 

Artat . angustat 

Argolicam . grecam. 

Arc! . sum ma pars. 
805 Arectas . *hlysnencli. 

Argumentum . ostensio. 

Arcessitus . *feotod. 



^ MS. arcontes, with point below e, and v above it. 

3 The has been altered into a, but by a later hand and in different ink. 

3 MS. anaglosa, with r added above the line, between a and 71, by a hand of the 
nth or 12th century. 

* MS. ceber, with first e altered into g, and a stroke added between the topstroke 
and the bow of the b ; but by a later hand. 

5 MS. arcet, with re added above the t, by corrector, 

« MS. prohibet, with re added above the t, by corrector. 

7 MS. healecas, with h added above the line in different ink, probably by the same 
hand that corrected A 763. 

8 A 780 is written as two glosses in MS., and had also been numbered as A 780 and 
A 781 in our transcript ; hence there is practically no A 781. 



GLOSA. A 808— A 873 



21 



Arbitus. ^faestinnum 
Arrabonem arram 
8io Arcister . *strelbora. 

Arxhotanian . antiquitatem uel 

prmcipatam\ 
Arcoretos . coDflictua 
Artaba . modi • Hi • 
Arcarius . dispensator 
815 Arx . arcis. 

Arbusta . loca ubi arbores naa- 

cunttw. 
Articulatus . articulis conpactus 
Aruspcx' . qui ad auras sacrificat. 
Arcit . submouit. 
Sao Arcius . lassus tiel grabatus. 

Aruspices.qui intendunt signa 

corporis . uel obuiantes homi- 

num fiel obseruant signa auium 

id est cantos. 
Arma . unitM hominis. 
Arioli.qui in ara coniecturam. 

faciunt 
Armatura . totius . militis. 
825 Argutus . urbanus uel astutus. 
(11**) Articos. aquilonis. 



A. 



.stronomia . lex astrorum. 

Astrologia . ratio . siderum. 

AseUum . spolium. 
830 Asta . framea. 

Ascilium . mons in urbe Roma. 

Asilo . *briosa, 

Aspemit . contemnit. 

Ascemor . inhonestum. 
83s Astum . astutum. 

Asses . scorteas . *lij)rine trymsas. 

AsceUa . *ocusta 

Ascios . exumbres. 

Aspaltum , *spaldur" 



840 Astrum . caelum. 

Ascalonium . "^ynnelaec. 

Ast . uerum itel statim. 

Astaroth . deus sidoniorum 

Astu . *facni . uel *fraefelL 
845 Astatus . de auta pngnans. 

Ajsilum^ tempi tim refugii 

ABtismos . quidquid . simplicitato 
rusticana caret. 

Ascetron . intellectum. 

Asteriscus . stellis. 
850 Astri . riui uA uentL 

Asce«i' . ingenL 

Ascopa* . *kylle. 

Asotus . luxoriosus. 

As assis . genus nummi. 
855 Astus . caUiditas. 

Ajstarium . ubi uendent bona pro- 
scriptoribus. 

(12") Aspematur . dispicitur. 

Astatus . de asta dicitur acitum 

Aspera . *unsmo]7i 
860 Asiani . greci. 

Asinius oppri^ 

Asapa . '^eamgeat 

Ascesui'. intellectuL 

Astur. *haesualpe. 

86s ^^jLtomas . insecabilia . ac solida 
corpora. 

Attigeiit . inurit*. 

Attaminat . inquinat 

Atflarat . *onsueop, 

Attrectare . mal§ . tangere. 
870 Atellanus . mimus . u^el histrio ^\ 

Atriensis . ianitor. 

Attubemalis . uicinus . proximae. 
tabema . habens. 

Atticus. *dora. 



^ The n is written below the first i. 

' The r has been added above the line. 

' Is merely A. S. spelling of asphalte. 

^ MS. has oiroomflex orer i. ^ g^g below A 863, 

* MS. aspa, with co added above the line between s and p, 

^ MS. oppri, with stroke over t ; for nomen propriam? 

^ See above A 851. * See B 81. 

^® MS. histro, with i above the line, between r and 0. 



22 



GLOSA. A 87 4 — A 944 



Atrocitas . uehementia. 
875 Atomi . tenuissimi . pulueris . in 
ratio apparent solis. 

Attoniti . * hljsnende . * afy rhte. 

Ati*ox. inmaturus. crudelis^ 

Atrux . malus . seuus. 

Atomi . lapidum . praecissorum 
880 Atrum . obscurum . nigrum'. 

Atqueue . *onsuilce. 

Atque lixarum . a,tque seruien- 
tiuw. 

J\ urifodina , metalhim 

Auctam . ampliatam 
885 Augurans . ominans. 

Augures.qni auguriumincendunt. 

(1 2*^) Auspex . qui auium augoria 
intendit. 

Aupex qui aucupia exercet. 

Auriculum. *dorsos. 
890 Autumabam . existimabam 

Auriculum . *earpicga. 

Auus . *aeldraiaeder. 

Auriola. *stigu. 

Auspicantes . initiante& 
89s Auellanus . *haesl*. 

Autumant . atfirmant. 

Auspicia . cantationes auiiun. 

Aucupatione . *setunge. 

Auerteret . expugnaret 
900 Ausus . *gedyrstig, 

Auguiium . aspicium . et uotum. 

Auexerat . exportauerat 

Aurit . implet. 

Authencicum . principale. 
905 Augurium . signauium* uolam* 

Augur . qui aues . colit 

Auleis . superius . pulchris amoe- 
nibus. 



Auehit . *onpeg aferide. 

Auaerunt. *nomun *hlodun. 
910 Autenticum . auctorale. 

Auspicium . initium action is. 

Auleum . curtina . ab aula, 

Auctio . puplica uenditio 

Augetio . sabbastio. 
915 Authentica . uetusta. 

Auiaria . secreta . nemora . que 
aues frequentaht. 

Auena. *at§. 

Auctius . amplius. 

(12**) Auserit . penetrauit 
930 Auernus . infemus. 

Auleis . uestibus regiis 

Aux . iilae . ali minoris^. 

Austis . opotatis. 

Auulsa . erepta. 
925 Aus . dicis. 

Autio . crementum. 

Audierat . cognouerat. 

Austeritus* . seueritas. 

Aurum . obscurum . nigrum 
930 Aut . immo. 

Auitiis . antiquis. 

Aulea . *streagl^ 

Auet . cupit . gaudet. 

Auenicat . eradicat. 
935 Auum . *meli. 

Ausim . audaciter t*el audeo. 

Autumat . dicit. 

Audist' . ausus est. 

Aucupium . et aucusatio unum 
est 
940 Aubulcus » pastor bouum. 

Auctoramentum . qt^d eat indi- 
cium. 

Ausillae . al^ minores. 

Auultis . regalibua 

Aufugit . euanuit. 



^ MS. crulis, with de added above the u, 

3 MS. nigniu, and r added above the line. 

3 MS. hael, and s added above the line. 

* So in MS. foi: sigua anium uolantium. 

^ Repeated: A 942. 

^ MS. austeritus, with a above the second u, but the latter is not marked for erasion. 

7 MS. streal, and g added above the a. 

s MS. audit, and s added above 'the line, between i and t, perhaps for ausit. 



GLOSA. A 945 — B 65 



23 



945 Auricularium . consiliarium 

Auctionabatur . puplice uendebat. 

Aueruncat . auertit . alienat. 

Auspicantur . *haelsadon. 

Augustum . serenum ttel amplifi- 
cum. 
950 Auro primo . auro optimo quod 
est . obrizanL 

(12**) Auster' . ♦suduuind. 

Ausonia . Italia. 

Augur. *haelsera 

Ausurae . *brucende. 
955 Auunculiis . irater matris. 

Augastissiino . famoBissimo. 

Aurocalcuiii . *groeiii aar*. 

Auceps . eo q-uod aaes capi^. 

Auctiiratio . uenditio. 
960 Auditorium . locus . legendi 



A 



xungia. *rysel. 
Axredones . *lyni8as. 
Axredo. *lynis. 
964 Axis . "^aex. 

jL^asileon . liber regum. 

Baf er . grossus. 

Bacidones . ^raedinne. 

Bagula. ^bridels. 
5 Bachum liberum patrem. 

Balsis . ^teter. 

Bacillat . trepitat. 

Ballista . * staeflidre. 

Bastema. "^beer. 
xo Bachans . ludens. 

Balba . mutus. 

Bachatur . furit. 

Barca. nauis. 

Babilonia . confusio. 
15 Basileon . rex. 

Balbus . qui dulcem . linguam ha- 
b[et]*. 



Batuitum . ^gebeaten. 

(13**) Baal . deforatio uei superior. 

Baccinia^ . *beger. 
ao Balantes . oues. 

Ballcna. *liorn. 

Bachum . latex uinum 

Barritus . *genung. 

Battat. "^geonath 
85 Bastema . *scrid. 

Bassia . oscula. 

Baucalem . gyllonem 

Barrus . elefans. 

Barbarica . auro omata. 
30 Babigera . stulta. 

Basillscus . serpens . quae . flatu 
suo uniuersa quae attigerit in- 
urit. 

Basiliscus . et regulus unum stmt . 
et a mustelis* . uincitur. 

Batutus . percussus. 

Barrit . elefans • cum uocem emit- 
tit 
35 Balbus. *uulisp. 

Bachi . antiqui 

Balteum . lorum. 

Balus . ♦isemfeotor. 

Baratrum . sepulcrum 
40 Bassandes . baccae. 

Baubant . latrant" 

Bardus . stultus. 

Basilla . regina. 

Baccanalia . bachatio. 
45 Barbenta . qui palmas dat. 

Barsus . ruf us niger. 

Baxem . quas bacceas dtcunt. 

(13***) Bachantes. *uuoedende. 

Baratrum . ^dael. 
so Basis . *8yl. 

Ballationes . ^cnop. 

Balbutus . *stom . plisp. 

Ban.*segn. 

Bapis . *treuteru. 
55 Baruina. ^barriggae. 



^ MS. aater, with s added above the line between u and U 

^ MS. ar, with second a added above the line, between a and r. 

' MS. has merely hab. ^ MS. bacinla, with second c added above the line. 

" One letter (perhaps I) erased between e and L 

* MS. latmt, with a added above the line, between r and n. 



24 



GLOSA. B 56 — B 127 



6o 



Balneum, ''^stofa 
Balatus. *bleti(l. 
Bariulus . ^rea^flnc. 
Barbarismus . dictio . nitiosa. 

iJ ellicus . subauditur aliqnid . 
id est sonum . aut tremor. 

Beacita . * steam. 

Bellicosus . pugnandi cupidus. 

Beel . pater satumi. 

Beantes . clamantes. 
65 Bellum . quod in campis agitur. 

Beta . *berc arbor dicitur. 

Bellum . marsiculum marsi populi 
sunt, 

Aeneficium . *freomo^ 

Ber . puteus meus. 
70 Berrus . *baar. 

Berruca . * uearte. 

Bema . seruus. 

Bellum . cibricum . gallicum cibri 
enim galli sunt^ 

Belliger* et" . bellator unum Hunt. 
75 Bellicum . *slag. 

Bellum . italicum bellimi romano- 
mm 

(13**) Bema. ♦higrae. 

Belial . pestilentes. 

Bellum . intestinum bellum ciuile. 
80 Bellum . punicum . Bffricanum 

Beabes . beatum facis. 

Berulus . geminae". gent^. 

Bellum . teutonicum . galiicum 
teotoni . enim galli sunt. 

Bestiarius . uenator bestiarum 
85 Bena . *at§. 

Behemoth . animal 

Beredarios . ueloces nuntios. 

Berbene . genera forum. 

Bebella. *sperta. 
90 Baelbae . bestiae maris 

Becta. *st§rt*. 



Bellum . domesticum intra domo 
Bettonica . *aturlade. 
Bellum . maritimum quod in mare 
fit. 
95 Beta . herba. 



B 



100 



los 



no 



>'5 



120 



125 



icoca . ^haebreblete. 
Birillus . ut aqua splendet. 
Bidellium . arbor. 
Bilustrum . • x annis. 
Bitumen, ^liim. 
Bibliotheca • librorum reposio. 
Biremis . ordo super alium 
Bitiligo . * blaecthrust . f el. 
Biceps . duo capita habens. 
Bilices . duplices. 
Bigimen . e duobus , generibu.- 

conceptum. 
(13^**) Biceps, qm duos dentes 

habet. 
Bile. *atr. 
Bilinguis . bibarius. 
Birrica . uestis . ex lana caprarum. 

ualde delicata. 
Bitulus . *berc. 
Bifarius . piscina. 
Byssum* . siricum retortum 
Bianor . animo et corpore tbrtis 
Bigae . ubi . duo . equi curru iun- 

guntwr® 
Biuium . iter duplex. 
Biuium . ibi duae uiae conwemunt 
Biothanatas. *seolfbonan' 
Bimatur . duplicator 
Biblio . pola . qui biblos uendit 
Bibulus . bibatur®. 
Bibliothicatrix . qui codices . secat 
Biti . proficisci. 
Biclinium . quasi bicellium. 
Bipedalis . duorum pedum 
Bifaria . duplici ratione. 
Bisarius . bipei-titus. 



^ MS. fremo and above the line, between e and m. 

2 MS. joins the two words. ^ So in MS.; in for m, 

* Mr Henry Sweet (Oldest English TextSy p. 45) prints wrongly st^nt. 

^ MS. bssum, with y added above the line, between b and s. 

^ First u added above the line, over the first }?. 

7 Mr Henry Sweet {Oldest English Texts, 45, 466) prints wrongly seolfboran. 

8 MS. bibatur, and above the u. 



OL08A. B 1 28— B 202 



25 



Bipertitum , in duobus . pertitum 

Bileso . passiM amaritudinem 
130 Bisulcum. utrumqu^ sulcatum 

Bisaltim . gens barbara. 

Bipennem . securem bis acuatem 

Bilem . amarum. 

Bidentes . oues . balantes 
135 Bitricius . *8teopfaeder 

Birbicariolus . * pema. 

Bitorius . *erdliiig. 

Bipertitum *herbid. 

(14^) Bibrantia . iacula fulgen^ia. 
S40 Bilanoe. ^tuiheolore. 

Bibulta . '"'billeru. 

rjlitum . ♦elate. 
Blattis ♦bitulum 
Blessus. *stom. 



145 



B 



osboris . lux lucis. 

Bothonia^ . *embrm. 

Blobonicula' . *stoppa 

Bofellum . *falud. 

Bouulci . bouum pastores. 
15U Bona, ♦scaet. 

Bombicini . uermes qui texunt. 

Boreus . *ea8t nordpind 

Boare . clamare. 

Boaptis . ea quae. 
155 Bombus . sonus tumidus. 

Boa . nomen serpeutie, 

Boetes . septemtiio. 

Bobinatores . inconstantes. 

Botitium . fotum fit. 
t6o Bolia . stabula bouum 

Bolimides . qui ante cibum tor- 
quetur egrotus . et post cibum 
cui sint dolores . indesinentes. 

Bolitat . uolitat. 

Bouon . aues . in palustris. 

Bobulcus . *hridhiorde. 
165 Bouestra . *radre. 

Bacarius . *meresuin. 



Bofor . ^lendis 11^. 

(14***) Boare. resonare". 

BoUas . omamenta cinguli. 
170 Bobulum . bouinum. 

Bombosa . '♦hlaegulendi. 

Boantes . clamantes. 

Bornim . rubum. 

Bogias . catenas. 
X75 Bonus . fauBtu& 

Botrum . *clv8tri. 

Bona . caduca facultates. quae non 
habent firmitatem 

Bolides. ^Bundgerd in scipe t^el 
* meti*ap. 



B 



'riensis. *honduyrm. 
x8o Bruma . breuitas. 

Brahiale . *gyrdel8. 

Bratium . *malt. 

Bradigabo . *felduop. 

Brachus . breuis. 
185 Broel . *edi8c . *deortuuri. 

Broellarius . ^ediscueard. 

Bruchus. *cefer. 

BruDCus. *prot. 

Braciae. *cian. 
190 Bruchus . genus . lociistae quod 
uolat 

Brumalia . rosina pluuia. 

Brittauica . fioris quae in siluis . 
nascitur. 

Brattanea . lamina ^ 

Bromosus . annus . rosinosus. 
195 Brittia . "^cressa. 

Braugina . ♦barice. 



B, 



(14»*)Uulla.*sigl. 
Bux . * box. 
Butio. *cyta. 
900 Buccis . oris. 

Busticeta . locus . ubi conburaiit 

corpora. 
Burrum . rufum. 



^ MS. m altered into ni. 

3 MS. blohonica, and ul added above the line, between c and a. 

^ on added above the line. ^ i written below the m. 



26 



GLOSA. B 203 — c 85 



Busta . incisa . arbor raiOiis. 

Busticeta . sepulchra in agro. 
205 Bullae . omamenta . regalium ca- 
mellorz^m. 

Bubo, *uu£ 

Butum . inbutum. 

Buculus . "^rondbaeg. 

Bulimus . uermis . similis . lacer- 
tae . in stomacho bominis^ . 
habitans. 
2.0 Buris . curbamentum . aratri. 

Burrum.*bruun. 

Burrus . niger. 

Bubalis' . *peosend. 

Bumaste . uua in similitudinem 
mammae. 
215 Bustantes . sepelientes. 

Bullit . scatet . feruet. 

Bucerum . pecus . bubalis. 

Bucula . uacca. 

Buccones . stulte* rustici. 
220 Burgos . castra. 

BuUantes . aquae cum exundant^. 

Buteriae . armenta 

Buccula . * buuc. 

Bustum . conbustum. 
225 Bumbus . sonus . impetus. 

Bucitum . ♦seotu. 

Butio * fry sea. 

Bunia.*byden. 

Bubla. * flood. 



B 



230 (14^^) I ^yssum. *tuin. 

Bythalasma ubi duo maria con- 

ueniunt. 
Byrseus . * lederuyrhta 
Byssum . tortum . siricum. 

234 Byrsa . corium. 



V_>^a6leste . animo . dei sensu 

Castimonia . pudicitia. 

Oalcis . finis. 

Calcem . flnem. 
5 Calculus . *calc. 

Caccabum . *cetil. 

Carubdis . mare xiertico»U7n 
. Cauea . domus . in theatre. 

Oados . ♦ambras. 
10 Cartellus . *pindil. 

Oanicula . a cane. 

Calculus . ratio . uA sententia ue\ 
numcrus . vsl *teblstan. 

Carauma . scripta linea. 

Cartilago . ♦naesgristle. 
15 Carbunculus. *spryng. 

Cautere. *aam. 

Calpes . galeae militum 

Candes . uasa . flctilia. 

Casinur . senex. 
20 Caupo qui uinum cum aqua mis- 
cet 

Casma . inmensa v>e\ ruptis. 

Caulem uimen. 

Catapulta . "^flaan. 

Calculator . conputator. 
25 Catafrigia . geutts hereticorum in 
frigia*. 

(15»»)Cabillatio.*glio. 

Camellea. "^pulfes camb. 

Canes, lingua® *ribbe. 

Caenum . lutum. 
30 Caleiites . *hatende. 

Caulem . *steola. 

Cauliculi . parua folia. 

Carecta . loca . caricis^ . plena. 

Camaenae . acantu. 
35 Cacihinnatio . risus . altus. 



^ Second i written below the n. 
^ MS. bnbalis, with u above a. 
^ MS. stnlte, and i above e. 

^ MS. exudat, and n added above the line, between u and d, 

^ After this entry (the last in col. 14^*") a hand of the 11th or 12th cent, has added : 
Calecantum idem et nitrolum. 
^ u above the line. 
7 MS. caritas, with points below to, and ci above «. 



GLOSA. c36 — Cll2 



27 



Ch&cmnant^ iuridunt. 

Caperata . rugosa. 

Capessit . libenter accipit. 

Caudix . robor radix. 
40 Candet . nitescit 

Capacitates' domus. 

Cabillatur cum conuicio locatur. 

Oaelicola . qui colit caelum 

Cantarus . ubi aqua mittitur 
45 Carptim . sparsim. 

Carptus . discerptU8. 

Capulus. *helt. 

Carpsit . decerpsit. 

Cassabundus . uacillanis. 
50 Castum . uacuum. 

Catasta . gent^ supplici. 

Cacula . ligua arida. 

Catus . doctus. 

Caedit . homicidium facit 
55 Oascum . uetus . canticum. 

Camera . f omax. 

Cano . dico. 

Cauculus. dolor renium. 

(15*^) Caumeuniae. *eordreste. 
60 Casses . arauearum tela. 

Catinus . discus . modicus. 

Catacesioa . doctrinarum. 

Catafrigas . secundum frigas. 

Catacizati . instructi. 
65 Catacizo . docea 

Cardinarius . primarius. 

Cadonca . uniuersalis. 

Caracter . stilus . tbel figuia 

Catastrof on . conuersationem 
70 Cataron^ . mundorum. 

Caeporicon . itararium usl uia- 
mm. 

Oanonum . regularnm. 

Catecominus . deforis audiens. 

Cat'ecuminus . instructus. 



75 Catholicus . rectus. 

Cataceseis . doctrinae. 

Calcido . ut ignis ^ . lucet . haec est 
prosinuTi^k 

Catholica . uniuersalia 

Caelibatus . sine uxore uir. 
80 Capissendas . capiendas. 

Catamasion . wcundum matheum. 

Caton perenmatoria libri sex ex- 
perientia dei. 

Casu euentu. 

Caotostrifon . uterem. 
85 Casus . aduersa. 

Cantarus . germs uasis. 

Cana . antiqua 

Cataplasma . medicamentum 

Catabatus . * romei. 
90 Caementum . caesura lapidis. 

Cautum . scriptum. 

(15^) Canti. ferrum circa rotas. 

Calcar. *flpora. 

Canticiscent . taceant. 
95 Cauterium. *merciseren. 

Carpentum . uehiculum 

Conticuit . tacuit. 

Catasta*. *geloed. 

Capillatur ^faexnis. 
100 Capsis . *cest. 

Carcura. *craet. 

Carcesia . summitas mali. 

Caractis . *uu^ter]?ruh. 

Calla' . seniita . strata pecorum. 
105 Categorias . acussationes. 

Cariscus . *cuicbeam *uuice. 

Gapitium . *hood. 

Cappa . capsula . cocula, 

Camisa.*haam^ 
no Carix. *secg. 

CanaJibus. *paeterdruum®. 

Cappa . ^scicging. 



^ h added above the line, between the first c and the a. 

* MS. capacitatem, with point below m and 8 above it. 
' on written on an erasure. 

* MS. utnis, with ig added above the line. 

' MS. catsta, with a added above the line, between t and «. 

^ Ua on an erasure. 

^ Second a written above the line. 

^ Second u added above the line, between u and m. 



28 



GLOSA. Cll3 — Cl80 



Caudix . cortix. 

Carmelus . molls . cognitio. 
IIS Castanea. '^cistenbeam. 

Calta . '^readeclafre ue\ genus . 
floris. 

Capistrum. '^caebestr^ 

Calcesta . ^huiteclafire. . 

Cauanni . * ulae '. 
.«> Cancer «haebrn. 

Calciculium . ^iecessurae. 

Cardella . ^J^isteltuige. 

Cacomicanus . *logdor*. 

Calomachus . *haet. 
125 Cardus , *}?isteL 

Oastorins *beber. 

Oalculum infirmitas dtcitur non 
^teat migare . quasi lapis ob- 
turat . uinlia*. 

(15^**) Oaenum . *pase. 

Carectum *hreod. 
130 Carpella . '^'sadulboga. 

Caul as . domunculas. 

Oanistrum . uirgis . palmarum . te- 
xit 

Oapsellum . uas . rotundum . et 
loDgum. 

Carina . *bytline. 
135 Canti *faelge. 

Cassidele . "^pung. 

Cappa . *snod*. 

Oarpasini . *gr8esgroeni. 

Causa . irarum . origo 
140 Calmetum . *mer80^ 

Caliga.'^scoh. 

Calx . calcis. 

Carbo . *gloed. 

Cato . proprtwm nomen, 
145 Calips . ferrum. 



Catas . prophon conprehenuio . ue\ 
pena 

Carduelis. *linetuige. 

Caradrion . *laurici ^ 

Casnomia . musca uenenosa" 
150 Cariscus . musca modica 

Cantarus. *pibiL 

Cariel . leno. 

Cada . uas . uinaria. 

Cases . retia minuta 
155 Cabo . caballus. 

Caper .* Leber 

Cadax . a coxa daudus. 

Carinantes . inludentes. 

Cata montem . caeli . aspectum. 
160 Casse . inane . uacuuni. 

Callos . *peon'as . vs\ *ill. 

Capax . continens. 

Cacumen . summitas montis. 

Caristia. dies festus . 7ie\ cognatos. 
165 Caltulum . ubi mortui . feruntur 

Cathalon . totum. 

Captio detentio. 

Caduceum . uirga mercuri. 

(16**) Caelibies. caelestis. 
170 Caesarium . capilluro. 

Capite . census . taxatio possessio- 
num . tiel qui gerit coronam in 
capite. 

Capaciter . moderate. 

Caules . cancelli tribunales. 

Caudices . radices arborum. 
175 Cauponula . tabemacula 

Cauponiam . tabema. 

Causidicus . atuocatus** 

Carula. *crauue, 

Carecter . imago effigies. 
180 Captio . dolus . insidiae. 



• MS. lodbr, with g over first o. 



^ One letter (e ?) erased after r. 
^ See Gust. Loewe, Prodromus, p. 416. 
* First i below u. 

^ MS. snod. •/. Cappa, with tS before snod, and ft before Cappa ; therefore, the signs 
which are used elsewhere to mark the omission, here indicate the transposition, of words. 
^ 8 added above the line, between r and d. 
7 MS. laurici, with e above second i. 
^ uenenoB on an erasure. 
V d above first t, but by a later hand. 



GLOSA. c 181 — c 247 



29 



Captura . locus . piscosus . et ubi . 
sedit capturarius* . qui balne- 
aticum . exigit. 

Carpentum . carrum. 

Oapido . spatium. 

Camellum . funem . nauticuuL 
185 Caupo . caupuncula . tabemarius . 
iti tabema . id est qui miscunt. 

Cartilago . *grund8opa'. 

Calamizare . laeta cantare. 

Carfcem'.sparsim. 

Capria.'^raha. 
190 Calones . gabar milituiii. 

Calestra* . genua . mitrae. 

Carecta . densa loca spinamm. 

Cascum . antiquum. 

Cassusum . uetustum« 
195 Caul^ . ubi aunt atuocati. 

Cauda. *steort 

Caldaria. *cetil. 

Oater . *8ueai-th. 

Cartago . ^braadponne. 
200 (16***) Oaesios . uarios . oculos. 

Causatur . quaeritur 

Caerealia . arma pistoria. 

Caeraitae . bestiae . cornutae. 

Cautus . doctus. 
905 Oapessit . tenet. 

Capax . qui multum capit 

Oaulosus . inlisus. 

Catalogus . enumeratio. 

Candius . uestis regia. 
210 Capillatis . capillis . porrectis. 

Oapitolinus . capitolio deseruiens. 

CaducuB . demoniacuB. 

Cataplus . aduentus nauium. 

Cancri . cancelli. 
ax5 Caelibem duo. 



Capite absolu to . capitis^ . per^culo . 
Uberatus' . et obsolututf. 

Capite . censuin solum caput suum . 
deducit ad oensum . honorem . 
t^l ad diuitias. 

Cateruarius^ qui in caterua po- 
puli est. 

Cauponia . maeraria. 
aao Causator . causus . qui dtctt. 

Caeles . caeliculae. 

Caeruchi . liniae . in arbore nauis. 

Caragios" . ^lyblaecan. 

Casla. *heden. 
825 Cauda *boga. 

Caracteres . similitudinis. 

Campus . ^brogdetende vA *clep- 
petende*. 

Caraxatis . scriptis*®. 

Carbasus . * seglbosm. 
230 Cautionem • "^geprit. 

Capitolium . summum . caput 

Calles . uiae . in siluis. 

(16**) C^ruleus . uiridis . u^el glau- 
cus. 

Cautes . saxa ingentia. 
335 Capitas . amplitudo 

Capulum . *helt. 

Caumati ^suole 

Cassibus . calamitatibus. 

CassuB . scelus malum. 
340 Cauemiculis . *holum 

Capistrinum . "^geflit. 

Cassidis . ^helmes. 

Casus *fer. 

Casis . *ned. 
345 Casso "^idla 

Cassium . *helm. 

Cardo *heor. 



1 8 above, and an erasure after, second u. ^ The d added above the line. 

s cartem, :with { above e, * s added above the line. 

' ti added above the line. ^ MS. liberratns, with point below first r. 

7 MS. cateruarias, with point below the last a and u above it. 

^ MS. caragius, with point below u and o above it. 

* MS. has distinctly cleppetende, not deppetende, as Mr Henry Sweet reads [OldeBt 
^English TextSy 49), and explains (ibid, 584). For cleppettan, to palpitate, see Bosworth- 
poller, 8. V. clceppettan, 

*« First i nnder r. 



30 



GLOSA. c 248 — c 327 



Oabillatur . mandrat' 

Caelatum . *agraben*. 
250 Oatagrinas . ^bleremina mees. 

Caelatura . pictura. 

Canthera . * trog. 

Oadex radex. 

Casses . cassedis. 
255 Callus *paar 

Caluiale . *cosobricases. 

Caluarium . *caluuerclim. 

Oardiolus . *uudusnite 

Callis . *paat. 
a'io Capistro *caefli. 

Calleo . *fraefeleo. 

Cauliculus . *steola, 

Oarpebat . *sclat. 

Cauemns* . *holu. 
26s Cartamo *lybcom*. 

Carcesia , *bunaii. 

Caseum . dictum . eo quod sero 
caret. 



c^ 



ellis . apothecis. 

Cepit . prendit occupauit 
270 Censor . dignitas . iudicalis. 

Celebritas . conuentus. 

Cene . grece nouum. 

Celer uelox. 

(16****) Cetra . scutum lorium quo 
utuntur affri . et hispani. 
275 Cenadoxio* . uana gloria 

Ceu quasi. 

Cessere . *on picum. 

Censura . decus . ttel pulchritudo 

Cerebrum . narium . altitudo. 
880 Centrum . punctum . medietas. 

Cercilus . *aesc. 

Cerus . triticum. 

Censores . *geroefan. 

Censeo *doema 
285 Censit . decemit deliberat 



Cemit uidit . prospicit 

Cespex . f rutex. 

Certat pugnat 

Celebritas . solemnitas 
290 Cesuram . *gegandende. 

Cetra . scutum . breue. 

Censat . aestimat. 

Celox *ceoL 

Censeo . decemeo . suadeo iudico 
295 Cereacas . recessus. 

Cerealia . sacra . cereris. 

Ceremonias . ritus . sacrificiorum. 

Cereacas . tiibicines. 

Ceremoniae . relegiones . aaxsroruni 
yjo Cearon . excelsa. 

Cerus . *elh. 

Census . iustus. 

Cerula *heapi 

Cetretron . quisitiones . de morte®. 
305 Cererem . satis . segitem . measem, 

Cerox . uel index testis. 

Cercilus . nauicula. 

Celes . qui dicunt celicolae 

Cerasius *ciserbeam. 
3TO Ceruical . et capitale . unum &unt, 

Cerefolium . *cunelle. 

Celes . f eloces. 

Celebre cognitum. 

(17**) Cefalus . * heard hara. 
3.5 CeKdrus . serpens. 

Celeber . frequens. 

Cepa . *ynnilaec . cipe. 

Cenaculum . refectorium. 

Cert , qijtod . certo . fit . loco. 
320 Cementum . ^liirn . lapidum 

Census . aestimatio. 

Cemuus . in caput ruenis. 

Ceseos . uarios . oculos. 

Cerucae . liniae in arbore nauis. 
32s Cerastae , serpentes comutae 

Celebra . uoluptas. 

Celebrat . frequentat 



^ For mandatur ? ; see G. F. Hildebrand's Glossarium Latinam, p. 40, n. 5. 
^ One letter erased between a and h, 

* MS. cauemus, with a over second u, 

* MS. lybcor, with n above, and one letter erased after, r. 
B MS. has above a. 

* MS. demerte, with point below second e and o above it. 



GLOSA. c 328— c 403 



31 



Cethelis . cithara. 

Census . diuitiae. 
330 Ceneto . indico. 

Oensae . dicuntur quorum . patri- 
monia . puplice . notata sunt et 
ascripta. 

Cementum . medacium cogitatuTTi. 

Cerulus . niger cum splendore. 

Cellas . faborum . foramina. 
335 Celebatus . uiduatus. 

Censebat . aestimabat 

Celebs . sine uxore uir. 

Cenubium . congregatio. 

Censura . seueritas . maior. 
340 Censor . iudex qui minores . popu- 
li . secreta . requirit 

Cente . *pilde* goos*. 

Ceruli nigri. 

Cedes . homicidia. 

Cedit . concessit 
345 (17*^) Cecutiat . caHgat. 

Ceruci . f unes nauium 

Ceruleus . et calor est et canes 
manni 

Certatim . paulatim. 

Censimus . deceminaua. 
350 Celatum . *abrectat 

Cespites. *tyrb. 

Cessit . *geeode 

Cereacus . *hornblaunere. 

Cetesior . longior. 
355 Cepit . occupauit. 

Censurunt* . iunxerunt 

Cemua. *hald. 

Cerefolium . *cerfelle. 

Cetula . cai-tula. 



c 



360 V--^ hroma . umores. 

Chaus . *duolma prima confusio 

omnium . rerum. 
Chorus . coeuoruw . cantus . et sal- 

tatio. 
Chiatos . xii . faciunt . sextarium 

unum 



Chorus . XXX . modios habet 
365 Chorea . saltatio . cum cantilena 

Cherubin . scientie . muXtUvdo. 

Chaos . inmensae . tenebrae. 

Chaumos . *suol. 

Chalibem . ferrum. 
370 Charybdis . forago* in mare. 

ChaHamo . *lybcom. 

Chimed^ wint . quos w^o&tolus 
moUes uocitauit. 

Cherochelini . inmallones. 

Chorela . uentris . solutio. 
375 Chorus . *eo8tnor?Jpind. 

Christallus* . genus saxi candidi. 

(17**) Chili, archus . tribunus . ue\ 
millenam'^ 

Chelis . cithara. 



G 



'istula . sporta. 
380 Citra . ultra 

Circiter . circa numerum. 

Citropodes . *chroa . *croha. 

Cinthia . luna. 

Ciebo reuocabo. 
385 Circum . undique. 

Cittes . pellis . tenuis . mter grana. 

Circuit . grauit 

Circulus . girus, 

Cinsores . indices . stimatorum. 
390 Circiter . prope . ferme. 

Cicuta . *hymlice. 

Ciet . mouet . uocet . concitet. 

Cient . commouent. 

Ciebo . reuocabo. 
395 Ciebo concutio. 

Circum . celliones . qwi circuibwnt 
ciuitatem. 

Cicuta . *podepistle. 

Cirsum . carpentium* 

Ciemus . clamamus. 
400 Cista . corbes . grandes. 

Cicur . placid um ^te\ mansuetiiw. 

Cicurare . mansuete . facere. 

Ciburium . tumba. 



^ MS. joins the two words. 

^ e written over second u, but by a later hand. 

* V over/, by a later hand. 

^ MS. Christallas, with point below, and u above, second a. 

° So in MS. for millenarius. 



32 



GLOSA. c 404 — c 478 



Cicad . * secggesoere . uA * haman K 
405 Ciconia . * store. 

Cicer *bean. 

Cilo . homo longum caput habens. 

Oisculus . * heard heau. 

Cirris . crinibus*. 
4 TO Ciere . bellum . iniere. 

Cinoglosa . *ribbe. 

(17**^) Circura . scribere . decipere . 
uei circum . uenire. 

Cicatrices . plagae . scisurae . et in 
uestimento . et in corpore. 

Ciclops . gigans'. 
4x5 Oiterius . fiel ex ulterius. 

Circinno . *gabulroiid. 

Circutus . giros. 

Citro . hue ad nos ultra amohis 
ad aliam. 

Circius . *pestnordpiiid, 
430 Citatem . aeris . mobilitatem ^ris. 

Circus . giinis. 

Cilindru8 . semicolumneum. 

Circum . scripta . deleta. 

Ciuitat . ciuem . facit 
435 Circulator qui farinam atpostat . 
per circulum. 

Cibatum . commestum. 

Citate . cursim*. 

Cis. *biheonan. 

Cibaria . a cibo . dicuntur 
430 Ciuita . ut frequentia. 

Citus . f estinus. 

Cilex pirata. 

Cimiterium . pontiani .* licburg . a 
nomine . ponT pf qui construxt^ 

Circinni* . *pindeloccas 
435 Crines . alii . minores. 

Circinatio. *oefsung. 

Cinnamomum . *cymin" rosina 

Cicuanus . *higrae. 

Citonium . *goodaeppeL 







440 vJlericus . hereditas . sors. 

Clauis . polix. 

(18**) Cluamentia . stultitia. 

Clibosum . ♦clibecti 

Cieps' fur. 
445 Clibosa . inclibata. 

Clanculat celat abscondit 

Clanculum . mare". 

Clanculum . clam . occultum. 

Clauia . *borda. 
450 Claua ^steng. 

Clinus . lectulus. 

Cumma . ascensio. 

Cladibus . uindictio. 

Cluat . nobilitat 
455 Cluit . poUit. 

Clangor uox tubae . sonitus. 

Clasibus . agminibus. 

CUbum . discensum . mollem. 

Clibanus . f omax. 
460 Clasma . pax tiel turba. 

Clemax . scema. 

Clam . occulto subito. 

Clacindex . cocta. 

Clientes . suscepti 
465 Olibum . ascensus . uiae singular^ 

Clustella . *clustorloc. 

Cladica . *pefl tiel *opef. 

Classica . sonus tubae. 

Cliens . amicus . minor 
470 Climax . gradatio. 

Clinici *faertyhted. 

Classica . celeuma nauis. 

Classic '^. mare. 

Cliutis . ascensus. 
475 Clientella . obseruatio . domestica 

Clandire . claudicare^^ 

Clepsedra . per quod hor§ . colli- 
guntur. 

(18*^) Clammum . c\&rissimum 



^ Second a added below the line, between m and n. 
^ First i added above the line. ' First g on an erasure. 

* One letter erased between s and i, 

' So in MS. for cincinni. This and the next entry make one gloss, though written 
separately in the MS. 

^ Added above the line by corrector. ^ So distinctly in MS. for cleps. 

^ The Erfurt MS. has mane. ' The I added above the line. 

10 re added over second a, and mark of reference */• after it ; see below C 483. 



GLOSA. c 479 — c 548 



33 



Oliutis . ascensus. 
480 Clauus . caligaris . ^scohnegl. 
Cluis . pollex. 
Clasis. "^flota 
Claudire \ claudicare. 
Climmata' . plagae. 
485 Clauum . manubrium . gaberna- 

culi. 
Claumentia . claua. 
Clibosa . inclinata. 
Clatrum . *pearuc. 
Olabatum . *gebyrded. 
490 Cloaca ° . fosa balnearis. 
Clunis . coxae. 
Clus *teltreo 
Clasica . tuba. 
Clima *half 
495 Cloacas . concauus locus in urbi- 

bus in quo omnis . inmunditia . 

congregatur et homines . iterum 

mundantur. 
Oausile . et clausibile unum eat, 
Clasica quae sonant in tubis . et 

nauibus. 
Clauicularius . "^caeghiorde. 

V^onicita . arbitratur. 
500 Commodius . facilius. 

Conflictum . certamen. 

Coalescit . concrescit. 

Confulsus . erutus. 

Coniecit . consimulat. 
505 Cognata ccmiuncta. 

Conicio . existimo. 

Commisura . *flycticlat5. 

Conabulum . *cilda trog. 

Conserimus . conprobamus. 



510 (18^) Commodat , praestat. 

Concunctatus . condubitatus. 

Conisma . picta . imago. 

Colonus . ♦gebuur. 

Colobium *howi. 
515 Contactus . inquinatus. 

Contribulius . "^meig . tiel sangui- 
ne 

Constellatio^ . notatio . siden^m. 

Contagio . inquinatio. 

Coniuentio.consentio tieV macula^ 
sao Coccum . bistinctum . "^piolocread. 

Conperendinat . differt in alium 
diem. 

Cotizat . *tebleth. 

Conplex . uno cremine alteri . at- 
iunctus. 

Contropazio* . controuersio. 
525 Conuexu'. *hualf. 

Conuexa . curbata. 

Constemantem . indomitam. 

Constematus . uictus^ confusus. 

Coaceruantes . congregantes. 
530 Conquilium . *piloc . seel 

Conopeum . rete muscarum. 

Contemtum . *heuuendlice. 

Conlato . *oembecht. 

Commeatos . *8ond§. 
535 Contubemalis . *ge]H)fta. 

Coniectura , *resung. 

Coniectura . ingenium. 

Continuauit . coniunxit 

Continuat . coniungitur 
540 Oondidit®. *gesette'** 

Contraxit . congregauit 

Conserunt conpunxerunt. 

(18**^) Conuincens . *oberstae- 
lende. 



^ MS. olaudire, with n over u ; dire is written over an erasure ; op. above C 476. 
3 i added below the I. 

* o added above the line. 

^ MS. oonsctellatio, with point below second c. 

^ These two words evidently belong to the preceding gloss. 

* One letter erased between and j». . 
^ Last u on an erasure. 

^ Added above the line. 

* First t added below the line. 
^® Second e added below the line. 

c. a 3 



34 



GLOSA« c 544— c 632 



Conlatis . datis. 
545 Oodices ^onheapas. 

Congeries . congregatio. 

Comedo . forax edax. 

Concreta . commixta. 

Conpletitur^ . continet. 
550 Consiti . constipati . condensi 

Confutatus . conuictus. 

Conseqaens . rectissimum. 

CoUectum . congestum. 

Conplectitur constringitur 
555 Conlooopletatus . ditatus. 

Coercit . corrigit. 

Consutum ^gesioped. 

Conludium . contagium. 

Comminisci . recordari. 
560 Corimbos . *bergan. 

Conicit . conuocat 

Concentus . miiltorum . cantus. 

Contra f edus . contra pactum 

Commercium *ceapstou . *ge- 
strion. 
565 Contumacia . granis . snperbia. 

Conmentus . est . cogitaiiit. 

Commentatus eat . mentitus est 

Consent . interponit. 

Contra fas . contra ius diuinum. 
570 Contra . nefas contra scelus. 

Coaucta . coniecta . vA adunata. 

Coacti . prouocati. 

Corben. *mand. 

Coniciunt . iactant. 
575 Constipatus . repletus. 

Constipatio . conuentio . hominufit. 

Conpactis . ^gegaedradon. 

Consulimus . praeuidimus. 

Conserere . conf erre. 
580 (19**) Corbus . *cauuel 

Gonaulo . *£rigno. 

Corbem . fiscina coffinum. 

Consulens . proeuidens. 

Consulte . probate. 
585 Conuicta . ^oberstaeled. 

Concidit . *to slog. 

Conspicantur . intendunt. 



Contronenda . oontentia 

Conciderunt . ruerunt 
590 Conparantem . ^gegaerpendne 

Coaluissent . ^suornadun. 

Concedam . ^Ijtesna. 

Conferata . consociata. 

Coniurati . *gemode« 
595 Conpetis . terminis. 

Conquirentem . causantem 

Contamax . *anmood. 

Connellere . minuere. 

Confiisione . '"'gemengiunge. 
600 Conf unde . commisce. 

Concesserim . ^arecte. 

Conlidit . elidit. 

Conpar . *gehaeplice. 

Conpentia' • solacia • lucra. 
605 Constipuisse . ^gesuedrade. 

Conrasis . congregatis 

Conspioor snspioor 

Conuenio. *ic groetu. 

Contis . *spreotunL * 
610 Contos . ^speoru. 

Condicione . ^raedenne. 

Condicio . status . qualitas. 

Conlatione . oonparatione. 

(19**») Confertas . repletas. 
615 Conpertus . inueDtu& 

Consobrinus . ^gesuigran. 

Consocierunt . coniunxerunt 

Conciti . accitL 

Colera . umores. 
690 Conpediatim . angustiatim. 

Corban . custodia . diuitiarum'. 

Commaticum . articulatum. 

Coclea . ascensus . qtda circuit 

Comiter . benigne. 
695 CoUigerunt . intellexerunt 

Conglobat. coatunat 

Comitiare . loquL 

Congessit collegit. 

Conicem- unum . sextarii • iiii • 
630 Cocleae . *lytle . sneglaa 

Coloni . incolae. 

Conpilat . spoliat. 



^ The e added above the line. 

^ MS. has d over ^ but in a later hand, 

> ti added above the liiiet 



GLOSA. c 633— c 703 



35 



Confecit . interficit 

Ooli deleres . uentria. 
635 Goffinus . *mand. 

Conmentabor commcmorabo 

Commentariensis . ^geroefa. 

Commenta . atinuenta. . 

Commenti . commentari 
640 Cospis . *palstr. 

Oomat . frondet. 

CoLumnas . uiteas . id est uitea- 
rum . similitudines . scluptae* . 
erant 

CoUudium . turpis . Indus. 

Condita . conposita. 
645 Concinnis . subtil is. 

Concinnat . subtiliter.conponit 

Commitia . honores. 

Color. *aac. 

Confectus . finitus. 
650 (19^) Concrederis . commiteris. 

Corylus . *hae8l. 

Oomacula . *crauue. 

Comix. * crape. 

Core . caluaria. 
655 Conglutinata . *geliined. 

Corimbos . ^leactrogas. 

Conpellat . alloquitur 

Colostrum . *beost. 

Coniectus . in uinculis . misus. 
660 Cocleas . ^uuiolocas. 

Corimbus . nauibus . tiel cacumen. 

Constipuit . defecit 

Comminus . iuxta. 

Conducuit' . conueniunt 
665 Conpos . ^faegen. 

Ccmtentus . *geneor5. 

Commentis «• * seorpum. 

Concinna . coniuncta 

Conixi . conantes. 
670 Cors . numerus . militum . ^tuun. 

Coagolescit. conglutinat 



Corona . sacra . deorum . Btmt. 
Cornices . aues . lasciuae. 
Confici . "^gein^gan. 
675 Cogoitor curiosus" exqt^isitor . de- 
lator. 
Conpetentes . portiunculas . id est 

^gelimplioe daele. 
Conpagum . iterum . nascendi 
Conpagines coniuncturae . mem- 

brorum. 
Conpaginauit . ctmiuncxit. 
680 Cosam . diuinans. 

Conpegisti . conpaginasti 

Commenticius . liber. 

Conclauis . locus* cowclusus* cubi- 

culum . intra cubicult^m. 
(19^^) Conclania* . cubicula. 
685 Coarcuatio . concameratio v>el con- 

iunctio arcuum. 
Conpagem . ♦gegederung. 
Commesatio . conuiuio . meretri- 

cum 
Conplodere . concutere. 
Commessatur . turpiter bibatur 
690 Coniecerentur conuocarentur*. 
Coituras . ^gegangendo. 
Coit^ . ambulauit . 
Coit , conuenit 
Coniectus . inpulsus. 
695 Commanipularius . *gescota . uA 

conscius . socius . collega 
CoUectum . conlatum . usl conges- 

turn. 
CoUectari . nummulari trapizetn 

grece dicimtur 
Commoda . emulamenta 
Conubrium . matrimonium 
700 Conubium . coniunctio 
Colos . color. 
Concidit . cecidit 
Contamini . interrogamini. 



^ { added above the line between e and u, 
' eu added above the line, between u and t. 
* Added above the line by the correotor. 
^ So in MS for conolania. 
' oe added above the line. 
> MS. has an accent over t. 



3—2 



36 



GLOSA. c 704 — c 776 



Oonsipet . saporem . habq*. 
705 Conpotrix c<mbibola . usl coebri- 
osa. 

Oonhibenda . uetanda. 

Conpliciis . oonsciis. 

Conlingunt . porrigunt. 

Ooniuentibus . f auentibus 
7x0 Continuatus . contestatus. 

Compotem . similem. 

Conscidere . mere*. 

Collorate . feruentissime. 

Cotumum . superbum 
7x5 Oorpulentas' pinguis. 

Coniectura . arbitratio. 

(20**) Consobrinus . *sueor. 

Conlinnuunt porrigunt 

Consumat conplet 
720 Consumatus , imitus. 

Comis . bonis . conpositus. 

Conflictationibus* . commisioni- 
hu8 

Conflixerunt . certati sunt. 

Confligere . committere. 
725 Confiigit . conluctatur. 

Conlubio . sordidatio* contagio. 

Confictinm" . coniurgium. 

Coetanium . coeuiim. 

Oonfertur, coUegitur 
730 Coartata . coniuncta 

Coheres . coniunctus. 

Coarta est oommota est 

Conatus . uoluptas. 

Commenta . astutia. 
735 Oorax . *hraefn. 

Coria . quibus . porta est indutae'. 

Coalescunt . pascunt 

Ooniciebant . cogitabant 

Commolita . molata. 
740 Oonsuluit . ammonuit 

Communitorium . munitionem. . 



Oonplosi . iubilati. 

Oonpluta plumis . repleta. 

Colaphus . piignn& 
745 Oommisura' . ^cimbing. 

Cox . *huetestan*. 

Coxa , *thegh. 

Conpetum . *tuun . *j7rop. 

Colicus . * eoburthrote. 
750 (20***) Conuena . aliunde . ueniens. 

Comicem . qui cum comu . canit. 

Colus ^pulfmod. 

Coluber serpens . qiei h&het in 
Cauda caput. 

Concentum . qt^i hinc et inde ca- 
nitur. 
755 Compos . particeps. 

-Contiamum . domum stipendi. 

Comis . subtilis. 

Concis . *scellum. 

Comicum . subtilem. 
760 Comminiscitt^ commentum . tiel 
comentat 

Continuatur . iudicat^ conclamat 

Conmulcat . conculcat 

Conmulcauit . conlisit 

Concedit ex utraqt^ parte cadit 
765 Conicis . consimilis. 

Consentaneus . aptum . vsl con- 
sentiendo 

Corrogauit . congregauit 

Comis . omatus . uA hilarus. 

Coitio . genitura. 
770 Conca . *mundleu. 

Conficina . macellum. 

Continuare . congeminare. 

Conuentio . conspiratio. 

Conuocat multos . in unum col- 
ligit. 
775 Ooagolum . *ceselyb. 

Commolitio . *forgrindet 



^ So in MS. for habet. 

* One letter erased between e and r. 
' u added above a, 

* I added above the line. 

'^ Added above the line by the corrector. 

* u written over the/. . 

7 Cf. P 495. ^ MS. has accent over the t. 

^ Second e added above the line. 



GLOSA. c 777 — c 856 



37 



Concisiuin . *scelle. 

Confundit . * menget 

Commentum . *a]?oht. 
780 Conderetur . *geparht. 

Conpedium . ^gescroepnis. 

Coleandrum . *cellendre. 

Colomata *haet colae. 

(20^) Oonpetorem . suum amicum. 
78s Conf ossus . aulneratu& 

Confectus . aetate . senior. 

Conditur . oollocatur 

Conexere . circumdare. 

Confertissimum . plenissimum 
790 C!omebat . conponebat 

Oonierat . coniurat. 

Oonditus . sepultus 

Condiarium . donum . stipend! 

Comtus . omatus. 
795 Conpendio.brebiter^ 

Conclassare . atinngere . classem. 

Oogitarium . donatio . imperatom 

Conlibum . crematum. 

Concha *beme' 
800 Conpetitur . amicus. 

Oorripuit . conproehendit. 

Oomitatio . bonitas . innocentia 

Ck)micus . qt^i comedia . scribit. 

Conciliabulum . locus . in quo 

multi^. homines, sui. iuris sunt. 

805 Ooikibuli . cor cordes^ . coniuncti. 

Oonforaneus . unius . fori. 

Golumen . culmen. 

Conspirantur . intendunt. 

Conualuit . *geuaerpte. 
810 Consors. *orsorg. 

Conprimat . uicit obumbrat. 

Gomitauere . *togelestunne. 

Consciuerunt . coniuncxerunt. 

CJontracta . congregata. 
8x5 Ck)nclamatus commotus^ "^loma. 

Ooncursus . turbatus. 

(20**^) Comma . breuis . dictio 

Commatice . breuiter 

Coluisse . amasse. 
820 Concessit, ^geuuatu 



Contiguus coniunctus' prope. 

Conum . summa pars galeae. 

Contusio . plagarum . atflictio. 

Commendabat . *tryinida 
825 Commentator . expositor. 

Condebitores . ^gescolan 

Cognitor . curiosus. 

Concussionibus . *raednisse. 

Confoti . "^afoedde. 
830 Conticuerunt . tacuerunt. 

Conuenientes . ^seruuende. 

Conlisio . ^slaege. 

Commonicarium . pastiarium. 

Colera . colerantes . simulantes. 
83s Consertas . oonpositas 

Commulsa . eradicata 

Constabat . manifestum est. 

Compos . magna . nimis . pussilla- 
nimis 

Colonum . armiger 
840 Cotumo . *podhae. 

Contio . *gemoot . conuocatio . po- 
puli 

Correptus . arreptus. 

Conspicuus . altus . eminus. 

Cotamus . est quodam genus . cal- 
ciamenti qitod poeta habent 
84s Costa . *rib. 

Contio . ecclesia. 

Comentarium . flagrat conburet. 

Contionarius . qui ad populum 
loqwitwr. 

Conlatum . datum uel simul con- 
portatum. 
850 (21**) Comolus . plenitudo . wel 
aceruus. 

Concors . unius . consentionis cor 

Commodus . utiles . incommoc^t^ 
inutilis. 

Conuellimur disiungimur 

Contionatur . *madalade decla- 
mat ,9ie\ iudicat . vA contestatur 
855 Contestare . adiurare . "per caelum . 
et terram et deum, 

Commanipulai'es . conmilitones. 



^ u over second b, by a later band. 

^ Added above the line by the corrector. 

> Added above the line. ^ So in MS. for Concordes. 



38 



GLOSA« c 857 — c 915 



Uonsobrinus . filius . patruelis . t^l 
*moderg6\ 

Oonfutat . *oberst4ielid. 

CoDpilat . *stilith. 
86o Oomu . *ceste. 

Oonectit *teldat. 

Ooncretum . ^gerunnen. 

Conca . * musclan . soel. 

ComminuB . prope. 
865 Coccum . ^pioloa 

Oocilus.'^'ampre. 

V>/ronicorum . breuium . ut tem- 
pondium. 

Cronica . temporum . series. 

Creatrix . genetrix. 
870 Crudisoente . inualescente. 

Creuit uidit 

Crebrat *siftitJ 

Crebrum . *Bibi. 

Chroma . color. 
875 Croma . humores. 

Orucus *gelo. 

Oroocitus . clamor . corui. 

Creagras . tridentes. 

Crepacula . '"'cleadur . id est tabu- 
la . quae . a segetibus . territan- 
tur aues 
880 Oragenter . gracile& 

Cripta . spelunca peruia. 

Oripta. ascussum'. 

Cronograffum . temporals scrip- 
tura.. 

(21*^) Orineto se . scindat te an- 
gelus. 



885 Cronicon . temporale 

Orisolitus . auricolorem et Stellas . 
habet. 

Orepundia . ^maenoa 

Oristonografon siriem . fiscus' . 
fraus . regalis. 

Crepundium . monile guttoris^ 
890 Orionason . breuis . dictio . in mag- 
na. 

Oratem . flecta' . wel *hyr)>iL ' 

Crebruit . intonuit 

Crebruit . spisauit 

Omenta . uexatio. 
895 Oruentus . sanguilentus 

Cronografias . breuis . scriptura*. 

Orustu omatu. 

Crepido . ♦rimo''. 

CrispaDS . concutiens. 
900 Croceo . rubicundo. 

Orus . ♦scia. 

Crabro . *pae& . uel *humitu. 

Orustula . similis . ^haalstaan. 

Oreperus . anceps . tiel dubius . in- 
ter lucem . et tenebras. 
905 Crepere . in corpore . dubitara 

Cretus . creatus . natu& 

Crepusculum . mane. 

Creporem . sonus . catenae. 

Orepidus . saxa . construota'. 
9x0 Orebro . pugillo. 

Crama . *fleta 

Cronicula . quem accipiunt qui 

uicem . bello . seruant. 
Orealia . arma pistoria. 
Crapula . nausia post potum. 
9x5 Crateras . uasa . uinaria. 



1 Cf. above 616, 

3 This word appears as A« S. in Wiiloker's Vocabularieay 1. 16, 5. Hildebrand {Gloss. 
Lat,t p. 86) would read arctuitum. 

' Cf. Gloss. F 158, and D 219. ^ First t added above the line. 

B Mr Henry Sweet (Oldest English TexU, pp. 55, 536) takes this to be A. S.; and 
likewise wag-flecta in this same Glossaiy : see G 174 gratioiam : wag-fleota. But JUeta 
exists in Latin, txomfiectere^ like plecta from plectere; see two or three examples in 
Da Cange, and in the Anglo-Saxon and Old English Vocabularies^ by Thomas Wright 
(ed. B. P. Wiilcker), i. 240 (No. 18), the Latin Jlecta is actually glossed by the A. 8. 
hyrdel. Therefore, here and at G 174, the word fteeta is treated as Latin. 

* i added below the line. ' Second stroke of r and t on an erasure. 

^ 8 added above the line. 



GLOSA. C 916— D 2 



39 



Cragentes . graciles. 
(21^) Orinitior . crine . prolixior 
. Cristetius . galeatua 
Crater calix. 
9ao Orates . *hegas. 
Cragacus . *styria. 



C- 



'uniculum . foramen . uel ca- 

nalis. 
Outit . ooncutit 
Cudit . ftibricat 
935 Curia . domus . consilii 
CuUeum . uas . pice oblitum 
Cuniculos . *8mygla8. 
Cupressus . genus . ligni. 
Curiositas . *feorpit geomi& 
930 Culina . coquina 
Curiosus . ancxius. 
Curules . Stella . a curro quia equi . 

de curru . curules dicuntur ue- 

locissimi . uero . ad curendum . 

stellares . dicuntur. 
Cunctabundus . dubius. . 
Cumulus . magnitudo. 
935 Cupiae . diuitiae. 
CuFQ . cogitationes. 
Cura . sollicitudo. 
Culcites. *bed. 
Culmen . quia culmis . tegitur. 
940 Cuspis . summa pars . hastae. 
Cucumis . *pop8eg. 
Culmus. *pyrfJ. 
Curculio. *emil. 
Oupa. *byden. 
945 Cuba . ^tunne. 
Cummi . *teoru. 
Oulix . ^mygg . longas tibias . ha- 

bet 
Cuculus . *gaec. 
Oumba . nauicula. 
950 Oupia fieuidi . facultas . loquendi 
Oucuzata . *lepeuuince. 
Ourae . praepositurae. 
(2P^)Culinia.*coca8. 



Ourae . statum . infantum. 
955 Ouruces . naues. 

Culleum . folle . bubulum. 

Ouse . silentium. 

Oubile . a oubando . dictus. 

Ourimbata nauicula . fluuioru?7k 
960 Oulmen . stramen . piscarum. 

Ounctantibus . tardantibus. 

Curriculum . certum. tempus . cur- 

Cucuma . *fyrcruoe. 
Oucumerarium . hortu^ in quo 

cucumeris . crescit bona herba . 

ad manducandum . sine ad me- 

dicinam. 
965 Cuspis . *palstr 
Cunae . *<nldcla8as. 
Curtina . *pagrjft. 
Ourabula^ . initia . infantium. 
Oulter . *saex. 
970 Ouneus . *paecg. 

Cuppa . accipiendo . id est *beod- 

boUQ. 



C: 



'yatus . calix. 
Oumba . naui& 
Oyprinus . *fometed clL 
975 Cyrograffum . manus . scriptio. 
Oynominna . septem . trio. 
Oyi)rassus . uiridem . habet colo- 
rem . aureum . hoc eat et stellas. 
Oymiterium . locus . ubi requiea- 

cunt corpora. 
Oycladis . uestis . unde cingitur 
homo. 
980 Oynomia.omne genus, muscarum. 

Cymba.nauia. 
98a Cynnomomum . arborem boni sa- 
poris cuius . corticem . ducunt 
permultos gentes. 

(22**) JLf apsilis . profusus. 
Dalila . paupercula. 



1 So in MS. for oanabola. 



40 



GLOSA. D 3 — D 70 



Damasculum . sanguinem' . bi- 

bens^ . osculum . sanguinis*. 
Dagon . idolum. 
5 Dande . date. 
Dauid . manuf ortis . tiel desidera- 

bilis. 
Dactulus . digitus. 
Danai . greci. 
Dapsele . cupiose. 
zo Dalmatica . tunica . latas . mani- 

cas . habens. 
Damns . fenerator. 
Damma . bestia id est *eola. 
Damma . caprioli similis . capra 

agrestis. 
Datuenum . uendit. 
z5 Daticius . latinum . non . est . sed 

dediticius . si barbarus . tradat . 

se romanis . dediticius dicier. 
Damde . dapis^ cibus. 
Dapes . cibi latiores. 



D, 



^eclamanda . ad laudem per- 
tinet. 

Defrutum . *coerin. 
3o Detulerat *brohte. 

Despicatus . disruptus. 

Delicatus . *prast. 

Deportatus . quern . sua bona . in 
exilium . non secuntur 

Destituit. *obgibeht. 
as Deuotaturus . *pergendi 

Desis . *suu§r. 

Defert negat. 

Decussit . parcussit . proiecit. 

Desolutus . *onsaelid. 
30 Destituunt. *to puorpon. 

Destitutae . *to porpne. 

Desudare . laborare. 

(22**) Decipula. *bisuicfalle 

Deiurat . p^ dominum. iurat. 



35 Dedita . opera . ualde . data. 

Detestatus . abhominatus. 

Deuerticulum . de altera . uia . in 
alteram flexid. 

Delibutus . p^unctus infusus. 

Delibuit . unxit. 
40 Derectum . rectius . ordinatum. 

Despondet . ualde promittit 

Deffitentur . negant 

Densum . spissum. 

Degladiandi . occidendi. 
45 DeUbrat . cogitauit 

Decrepita . *dobgendL 

Delimatum . conplexum^ . conclu- 
sum. 

Desidebat . *unsibbade. 

Deuteros . innouitatem^. 
50 De dictemao . exitus^ de exduc- 
tione. 

Defitiget . fatiget. 

Defatiget . *8uenceth. 

Dedasculum . magistrorum. 

Decaueis . dedomibus .in theatro. 
55 Desertinis . parientinis. 

Delumentum . *dhuehl. 

Deponile. *pefta. 

Dedichotomatibus . decoetanis. 

Defixiezodo . de exitu . animae. 
60 Deconfugione . statione . *hy?5ae. 

Demum . postoiodum . tiel iterum. 

Deliberatio . *ymbSriodung. 

Degladiati . sunt . persecuti . aunt, 

Delicatis . et querulis . ^prastum . 
end seobgendum. 
6s (22**) Defectura . *aspringendi. 

Decidens . *gepitendi. 

Decedit . ruit. 

Desciuit recidit. 

Debita pensio . *gedaebeni gea^ 
buli 
70 Deditio traditio^ ^handgand 
spontanea 



^ Added above Damasoolum by correotor. 

^ da on an erasure. 

^ Added above the line by oorreotor. 

^ This gloss is distinctly so divided in MS. 

^ Written above deditio by oorreotor. 

' Written above handgand by corrector. 



3 Second i added below the line. 




GLOSA. D 71 — D 157 



41 



Detractauit . *forsooc. 

Deuia callus . *horpeg stig. 

Detractasset . recussasset. 

Defferuntur . *meldadun uA 
*proegdun. 
75 Demscat . *tocmit. 

Dehiscit . potescit . sabsidit 

Desicit . ♦tetridit 

Detriturigine . ^agnidine. 

Defecatum . uinum . purificatum. 
8o Dentalia . *sules . reost. 

Deuinxit . *geband. 

Decemi . *8criben. 

Deglobere id est *flean. 

Defotabat *for8uor 
85 Desiduus . desidiosus. 

Desonuit desentit. 

Desiit cessauit. 

Demere . toUera 

Desidans . elaborans. 
90 Deuaricare . seperare 

Dedecas . macula. 

Defert nuntiat 

Degener . ignobilis. 

Degesta . disposita. 
95 Deliquium . defectio. 

Deiurare . iurare. 

Derogat . detrait 

Deadema . uita . regalits . capitis. 

Depeculatus . depraedatus. 
xoo Deposituiii . commendatum. 

Delatus . proditus. 

Denies . a demendo. 

(22^^) Defraudat . fraudem . facit 

Delatur . def ertur. 
X05 Desitescere . contemnere. 

Dedecet non decit. 

Deses . desides . qui aduersatur 

Depraecatio . frequens . oratio. 

Depraehendo . ^anfindo. 
xio Defert . accussat 

Detestabilis . qui extra testimoni . 
boni est. 

Def unxit . deportauit 

Deciduum . quod cito . cadit. 

Degesto . sereno . tiel praeclaro. 



ZZ5 Desciuit . *pit$stylde . pedem . re- 
traxit 

Desidescere . neglegenter agere. 

Deduunt . tradunt. 

Deuenerauit . ditaoit . donauit. 

Deamentro . qttod per modum . fit 
zao Dediscere . nescire. 

Dedala . ingeniosa 

Defert *proegde. 

Desticare . consummare. 

Deuaricare . separare. 
xas Deplere . deducere. 

Delectum . *cyri . ttel electio. 

Declibius . inclinatus. 

Deflat . inlndit. 

Degluit. decoriauit 
130 Deuenustat . deformat. 

Def ungitur . moritur. . 

Detrudunt . inpellunt 

Depromat . prouerat 

Delabitur . lubricat. 
135 Desipiscit . sensum . amisit 

Dispensat . gubemat 

Defectum . aportatum. 

(23") Delitere . latere. 

Depressus . humiliatus. 
140 Deuexu . declibium . descensum. 

Deplorat . deposcit. 

Deferentes . desimiles et depor- 
tantes. 

Detrectus . depuplicatus. 

Detrectauit . contemsit 
145 Detrectet . ualde . detractat 

Decretum . institutum . uel placi- 
tum. 

Dementes . amentes. 

Detestare . ^onseacan. 

Dedragmae . duae mensurae. 
Z50 Dependere . persoluere . reddere 

Depensurus . daturua 

Dependere . satis facere. 

Desertus . dimisus. 

Deseminat . dispargit. 
Z55 Deuteronomium* . iteratio . legis 

Desciscimus . recidimus. 

Dehiscens . obsorbens. 



^ Two or three letters erased between the and n. 



42 



QLOSA. d;158t-i>229 



Defusiorifl . largioris*. 
Degit . agit . uinit 
zte Demensus . mensuraoit. 
Defluxit . discendit. 
Dependeat . sustentatur 
Deseruit separauit. 
Deuterogamiae . BecundQ . nuptiQ. 
165 Degetit . conscribii. 
Defragore . deuulgare. 
Decens . pulchritudo. 
Deseuit . ab iracuntia lenitur 
Detrudit exdudit. 
170 (23**^) Decurio . n\;imeras .x. ho- 

minum. 
DeliciuB . puer in deliciis . amatus 

a domtno. 
Difortium . deflexio. a dauertendo 

inde . inter uiros . et f eminas . 

def ortia . dteuntur quondo . de- 

uertuntur. 
Desueuit . in consuetudinem. exit. 
Deseptus . diuisus. 
Z7S Deferberat' disiungit' 

Diriaitprium . locus . oontubemL 
Detrimentum . *ponung. 
Dextralia . brachialia. 
Degenerauerat . ^misthagch. 
180 Deuotaturi . maledicturL 
Deuotio . obsequio. 
Delituit . oblituit latuit. 
Deutinum . diutumum. 
Desisse .'^tiorade. 
i8s Deiectum . deoollatum. 
Degesto . "^geraedit. 
Decreta . *gedoht. 
Denuntiauit « praedixit. 
Deuota ♦cystig. 
Z90 Deriuat . detrahit . deducit. 
Delibra . sacrifica. 
Desiste,. cessa. 
Demit . tulit. 



Dehescit patescit. 
195 Boc^mit . statuit. 

Delitescere . moram . facere. 

DefisoB . desperauit. 

Delegeront . elegenmt\ 

Deuitat . speridt. 
900 Demiuidem . caelatora. 

(23^) Delubra . templa idolomm. 

Degener6t non dissimul^t pa- 
rentes. 

Destenta . extenta. . 

Delibatis . prolatis. 
SOS Deuinctus ligatus. 

Determinat . definit 

Defenditur distenditur 

Detractauere . recussauere. 

Decretum. placitum. 

axo I ^iaconns . minister. 

Disceptator . examinator* inqui- 
sitor 

Distuli . desimulaui 

Discutere . deserere. 

Deuellunt discerpunt. 
3X5 Bigessit disputauit. 

Dispectare . dispicere. 

Diruit . deiecit. 

Dicio . potestas' 

Discos^ . fraus. 
aao Diluere . purgare* 

Diadema . uita . regalis. 

Discor . dissimilis. 

Discrimen . separatio. 

Dirimat separat. 
935 Biminuit . confregit. 

Diseptus . diuisus. 

Discrimen. et periculum . signal . 
et discrepationem. 

Dicatio . consecratio. 

Dicit . consecrat 



1 MS. lang.. 

' / on an erasure. 

' Second i on an erasnre. 

^ ge €Mlded above the line. 

B Added above the line by oorreotor. 

* Final « written above the a. 

7 See G 888 and F 158. 



GLOSA. D 230— D 299 



43 



330 Dirutiu .. et erutus . poet^ . dixe- 
rant * . propter metrum. 

Difficulter' . tarda 

(23^^) Discidium . separatio 

Difortium .^peggedal' repadiam\ 

Dispendium . damnum. 
335 Divert . dispergit. 

Discrepat . non conuenit 

Dilubra . statuae. 

Dif eruerat . interuBidt . separat. 

Dicione . imperio. 
840 Disipat . deturbat 

Diutinum . longinquum. 

Pisparile . dispar. 

DiUulsum . separatum. 

Disipit . disinit. 
345 Diuo . deo, 

Distendunt . replent. 

Dilapidat proiecit. 

Diafpnia . dissonantia. 

Diem . obiit . ^asualt 
.950 Dioctes . operis . ii^pulsor. 

Dialecticus . ipse . qui disputat 

Diploa . duplicatio.. 

Dialogus . liber . disputationis. 

Diathece . testamentum. 
355 Diametro . duplici . mensura. 

Dictatorem . "^aldur 

Dictator princeps . uel pro^cep- 

. tor u . annis . tenet . potentiam. 

Dilotis . ^todaeldum 

Dialectica . dualis . diotio. 
. 360 Diriguere . pallescere. 

Diocisa . gubematio. 

Diatrifas . conflictys. 

Dies . munerum . punitio. . reorum. 

Delibutus. *gesmirpid 
365 (24«*) Dilatio . *aelding. 

Ditor . *gef jrtJro. 

Discerpit . deforat 

Disddebat . discordabat 



Diemat . demserit^ 
370 Dispendium . *pom. 
Disceptant. *flitat. 
Dissimulat . *midiS. 
Disparuit. ^ungesene pear5*. 
Distraxit . uendidit 
375 Distabuorunt . ^asundun. 
Dicatur . oonsecratur 
Diditur . deuulgatur 
Diuale . diuina 
Discretum . diuisum. 
380 Disdonat . pro diuersa . donat 
Discolus . difficilis. 
Dictator imperator 
Discensor , *unged7re. 
Diribere . denumerara 
385 Denique . postremo. 
Distinguitur . designatur 
Disciuit uoluit. 

Dicta parens . praeoepto obediens. 
Dissice . disperge. 
990 Dilectum . '^meniu' exerdtum. 
Difficile . *peampislice. 
Dipsas . genus . serpentis est in- 

toUerabilis . quando percusserit 

hominem . siti moritur ipse 

homo . unde . ipsa '. serpens . 

dipsas . id est sitio . dicUur . 

habet longas . pedes . et semes . 

grossitum . sicut . duae palmae . 

ambiunt . (24**^) et de cauda 

percutit quia uenenata . et cur- 

ba est 
Dispalatnm . diffugatum. 
Digitalium . musculorum *fingir 

doccana. 
395 Dialexis . disputationis. 
Diffitentur negant 
Dispuncta . dispensata. 
Disceptauero . sciro^ 
Diffiteor nega 



1 t written above the n. ' One letter erased between t and c. 

> Added above the line by correotor. 
^ The e is written on an eraanre. 
' MS. pea, with sign of contraction over a, 
* Added above the Line by correotor. 

7 Bir Henry Sweet {Oldest Englith TexUy pp. 57, 624) makes A. S. of this word, bat 
may it not be the oomplez ftitore of Latin scio^ See above 211, and below 341. 



44 



GLOSA. D 300 — D 371. 



300 Diuruum . unius diei*. 

Discrimmalia . capitis . oma- 

m&nJt/wm. 
Diutumum . multi . temporis. 
Disertans . peromans. 
Dilargus . multum . donans. 
305 Biuus . imperator qwi post mor- 
tem . qtMisi deus &u;tas est 
Dicreus . cretensis. 
Dissinus . persona . parasitorum. 
Didasculus . doctor 
Deficitur negat 
310 Disfecit . disrumpit. 

Dicator . qui uerbis bene . iocar 

tur. 
Dispungit donat unde . et spu- 

matores . dt<^ntur qiei militi- 

\mB dona erogant 
Discemiculum . omamentum . 

capitis . uirginalis . ex auro. 
Dicto . audiens . cito . audiens. 
3x5 Dispecit . secemit. 

Demolitur. exterminatur. 
Differt dispergit. 
Dicam *quedol. 
Dicas . * quedole. 
330 Digladiati . occisL 

Diuis opum . habundans . opum. 
Dictitat frequenter dicere 
Diique . deniqtte 
Dissedit . discordat. 
335 (24**) Dictatura . honor est supra 

ocmsulatio. 
Dissiduus . ignauus' disidiosiis. 
Difinis . ♦suiSe micel. 
Dispensatio . ♦scir. 
Dimisis. * asclaecadun. 
330 Dicimenta * tacne. 
Dispectus . * fraecuS 
DisipiBcat . delerat. 
Dignitosa . * meodomlice. 
Dicabo . donabo. 
335 Disclusum . diuisum . u^ patens. 
Disoluerat . ♦ascaeltte. 
Diuinos . * uuitgan. 



Diriuitorium . locus . eontubemi. 
Distitutum . ^ofgefen. 
340 Distentus . *at$^n. 
Disceptari . mamfestari 



D 



^olatum . ^gesniden^ 

Dodrans . *egur 

Donee . quam . diu. 
345 Dogma . a putando . dicta. 

Dolatura . ^braadlast^us. 

Dos . *pituma . t^l *uuetma. 

Domus . libros. 

Dogmata . iteratio . doctrinae. 
350 Domatibus . Solaris. 

Dolones . tela' arma . absconsa. 

Domatis . * buses. 

Dolens . indignans. 

Docilis . ingeniosus. 
355 Dolabra . ascia lapidaria. 

Dolones . ^hunsporan. 

Dorcades . genus . quadnpe(£t«m. 

(24^^) Dogmatica . consolatiua. 

Domatio . quae moenia . latiT^i 
dtci^nt. 
360 Documentum . exemplum. 



D. 



^romidus . ♦afjred . olbenda. 
Dromidarius . *se eorodmon. 
Drama . capititantium. 
Dracontia . *gimro . dtci^r^ 
365 Draconitas . gemma . ex cerebro • 

serpentes. 
Dramatis . motatio . personarum . 

2^1 introductio. 
Draconto . pede . homo caudam . 

habens . draconis. 
Dracontia . herba . in modum . 

herbae . serpen^ia. 



D 



ulcissapa . *caerin. 
370 Dumtaxat . ta7i^t6mmodo. 
Ducenarius . praeses 

3 Added above the line by oorreotor. 



1 ex on an erasure. 
3 ni on an erasure. 
^ See Wuloker's Vocabularies^ 385. 40 and 491. 16, where gimrodar is given. 



OLOSA. D 372 — E 55 



46 



Ductat ducit^ frequenter 

Dnmus . ♦jyme. 

Dumis . spinis. 
375 Duellium . bellum . dixertmt . qui 
ex utraqtM parte geritur. 

Duunt . ds^t . tribuant 

Duit . det tribuit 

Duorum . rationis . est* 

Duum . eufoniae. 
380 Dum donee quamdin. 

Dumosa . loca . siluestria. 

Dudum . paulo anta 



D 



383 I Jjde hac sententias ui . di. 

Jjja et w' . confessio. 
Eatenus . * o5Saet 

(25") jQibor . ♦elpendbaan. 
Ebitauerit . offocauerit. 
5 Ebilantur . mutilantur. 
Ebibati . laici. 
Ebitat . fatuit. 
Ebenum . arbor . quod decrescit . 

cesa in lapidem. 
Ebrum . fluuius. 
10 Ebredio . * hrisle. 
Ebulum .  palhpyrt. 



E 



Icho . * pudumer. 
Ecquem aliquem 
Eclipsis . defectio . solis eMt lumt- 



9H8 



z5 Echinus . piscis . vsl *scel. 
Ecitum . periculum. 
Ectasi . excessum . expello. 
Ectasis . productio . syW&bae. 
Eoonomia . dispensatio. 



ao Ecquis . aliquis. 
Ecquid . aliquid. 
Eccui . alicui 
Ectasis . excessus . mentis. 
Ecgferunt^ laudando . extoUunt. 

95 JjJditiones . duplicationes. 

Edera . * uudupinde. 

Edituus . custus . templL 

Edidit . protulit. 

Edat . prof erat. 
30 Ederentur proferentur 

Edicitnarrat.exponit 

Edentem . manducantem. 

Eder . ♦ifegn. 

Edax commeden& 
35 Edilitatem . * him^ scire. 

Edissere . * asaecgan. 

Edocit. benedocit. 

Edito alto. 

Editiori . altiore. 
40 Editum . altum. 

(25**^) Edicius . index . qui . una 
pars . elegit 

Editui . hostiarii 

Edulia alimenta. 

Edicit . foris . dicit unde . edicta . 
dicuaUir quasi fo ras dicta. 
45 Edentat . dentes . excutit 

Edentatus . dentibus . abdicatio. 

Edepul.ius iurandum. 

Eduducit . nutrit. 

Educat nutriat 
50 Edurum . satis . durum. 

Edulia . apta ad mAudncandum, 



E 



|ffei*at . exportat. 
Effecit . perf ecit. 
Effigies . imago. 
55 Effigiat . pulchre . format. 



^ Added above the line by corrector. 

3 So in MS.; of. below E 463 and 505. The Erfurt MS. has: Eattos: confessio; 
see Oehler, in Neue Jahrbucher fiir FUlologie, 13" Supplementbd. (1847), p. 326 (No. 7). 
3 MS. alum, with stroke above a. 
^ MS. ecgferunt, with a above u. 
B MSt has accent over a, 



46 



OLOSA. E 56 — £ 125 



Effeminatus . exinanitus. 

Efficacia . perfectio. 

EffatuB . loGutus. 

Efirenatus .-abruptus- . inmode- 
ratus.' 
6o Effere . extoUere. 

Effeta . perf ecta. 

Efflabant . mortui . sunt, 

Effeminati . moUes. 

Effeminat euirat. 
65 Effosis . ^ahlocadum. 

Effeta . enebata' ^aHUond* lan- 
gnida. 

Efferunt laudant extoUun^. 

Effetum . ab ortu dtot^r 

Effeta mulier . frequen^i partu . 
fatigata. 
70 Effimeri . ooditiana . res^. 

Effati . uaniloquium . sine effectu. 

Efario . egyptum. 

(25'*) Effetum* ♦ontudri. 

Effontire . uenenose loqui. 
75 Effeminatorium . nulla uiriliter. 

Effodit . uane loquitur. 

Effrem . fructificatio. 

Effothbat . effod lineum. 

Effundere . interfioere. 
80 Effera . ferox. 

Effeta stulta. 

Efficaces. expedientes omnia. 

EffebuB . in berbes. 

• Eftaf(^ium . * sinfulle: 
85 Eftafylon . ♦gelodpyrt 

Efflagitat . petit. 

Effligit . alligit 

Efficaciter uelociter *  fromlioe. 

Efficax expeditus^ . *from. 
90 Effectum . *deid. 

Effeui . adolescentes. 



E 



Ijjgerit. degerit euomit 

Egestio degestia 

Egre . ^earfedlice. 
95 Egerere . * ascrepan 

Egestas . paupertas. 

Eggones . sacerdotes . rusttct . 

Egesta . * ascrepen. 

Egerat abstulit. 
100 Egerimus . tollimus. 

Egra . * slaece. 

Egone . ego ergo. 

Egregius . summns . magnas. 

Eglogae . cantationes . in theatris. 

105 XLligans . speciosus. 

(25»»»») Eliscium greciae. 

Eliminauerat' excluserat 

Elicit . prouocat 

Elogio . ♦geddi. 
zzo Eluitur purgatur 

Eluderet*auu»gd«.. 

Elucubratum. euigilatum. 

Elogium . testimonium. 

Eluis . liquor quo . aliquid elue- 
tur 
1X5 Elisi . rupulsi 

Electrum . ♦elotr 

Eliceretur extorqueretur 

Electrum . aurnm . et &rgentum 
mixtt^m 

Elix . sulcus . maior 
xao Eleborus *))ung* *poedeberge. 

Elinguis . mutua 

Elidei. 

Elingenus . mut^. 

Elicuit exclusit 
195 Elogi . genus . uersuum". 



^ Added above the line by correotor. 
 Written over effeta by correotor. 

* Written over languida by corrector. 
^ MS. has accent over e, 

" MB. efletrom, with point below r. 

* Added above the line by corrector; one letter has been erased between and e. 

7 MS. eliminananerat, with points below first na, 

8 Third u added above the line. 



J 



QLOSA. E 126 — E 196 



47 



. Elactare .a lacte toUere. 

Elogium . famam bonaro. 

Elicuerit promouerit 

Elogium . testamentum . dieUur 
X30 Eloges . gernts piscium. 

Elubio . diluuium. . 

Elementa . caelum . et terra. 

Elicit prouidit . 

Elioui . merui. 
X35 Elicere . proeuidere. 

Eiementarius . qui de olimeutis • 
tracta^. 

Elifaz dei contemtus. 

Elogiis . uerbis. 

Elogia *laac. 
T40 Eliquata . purgata. 

Elegans.loquax^ *smicre. 

Eliminat . * aSy tiS. 

Eligantur pulchre' « urbane. 

Elimat ^gesuirbet 
145 (26**) Elegoos . castigatio. 



E, 



Imarcuit' . elanguet. 

Emergere . exire. 

Emisarii . ministri. 

Empta.^geboht. 
T50 Emax emptor 

Empticius . ^ceapcneht 

Emersit . exsurgit 

Eminiscitt^r . recordatus . est. 

Emulumentum' *lean* *fultum 
Z55 Emolomentum . lucrum^ . mercis . 
labom. 

flmissarius . percussor. 

Cmiat nision . doctrinae. 

!Emula. imitatrix. . 

£Imax . maoer tenuis.' 
z6o !Bmblema.''^fothr^ 

Elmpheria . experientia multo- 
mm 



Emporium . locus .super mare . 
ubi . negotiant homines. 

Emulus . contrarius. 

Eminus . prope. 
Z65 Em . admiratio^. 

Emunctoria . ^candeltuist 

Emisticius . medius , uenis. 

Embolismus . superagumentum. 

Emisperion . semis . circulus. 
170 Emaones . ^scinneras. 

Eminulis . modice . eminenti- 

Emax quiamat emere . aliquid 

Emenso. ^oberfoerde. 

£^anat . erumpat* exiit. 
175 Emicat . exilit . lucet. 

Emerita . qtii militare desinit 

Emancipat . manum mittit 

Ementum . excogitatio. 

Ementitur ualde . mentitur \ 
x8o (26*^) Eminet . altum . est. 

Emphraxem . ut pulmones . co- 
angustare . cepere spirUw . non 
sufficiant qiuisi concitus . emit- 
tat. 

Emacitas. emendabitas. 

Emittogium . demedia . toga 

Emisperium . aer. 
185 Emergunt. exsurgant 

Emblema . obscuritas. 

Emulo . similem. 

Emulo . siae uUo. 

Emulatio . dissensio. 
190 Emax . empto. 

Emaces . emptores. 

Jlineruat ^asuond. 
Enum. ♦cetil 
Enum quando. 
Z95 Enigma^ obscura 



^ Added above the line by corrector. 

' MS. emaronit, with e above u 

' MS. emulomentiim, with o above first u. 

^ The r added above the h. 

B Second a added above the line. 

' ti added above the line. 

7 w»a on an erasure. . 



48 



OLOSA. E 196— E 267 



Enodis . sine nodo. 
Enitor conor 
Eniclia . adultera 
Encratitae . continentes. 
aoo Enisus . elocutiia 

Eimeacaide.ceterida . decennoue- 

nalem\ 
Enormis . ingens. 
Endecas . sjUabas . uersu« xii. 

syWabarnfn 
Emphimerides . duplex . res. 
ao5 Enigmata . siroilitudo. 
Enumerat increpat. 
Eneruum . emortuum. 
Enixius . leuius ' maiiifestius ' . 

largius. 
Enocilis . piscis . stagneus . qui 
latine . anguila diditur 
9IO Eneniis . sine uirtute. 

Enixe . omnibus . uirtutibtM ni- 

tit. 
(26^) Enucleata . ♦geondsmead. 
Encenia . initia . ut dedicationes\ 
Enixa . ♦beorende. 
9X5 Eniteudo . oonando. 

Enixa est genuit agnam id est 

♦ceolbor lomb. 
Enixus . creatus. 
Enitescit . spendescit 
Energia . tempus . pro tempore 
aio En . faticus. 

Enodabile . €^uod solui . mm pot- 

est, 
Enlencus . breue . uel capitnlum. 

JjJortatice . solemnes. 
Eous . orieus. 
2a5 Eoo . oriente. 

Eortasitasi . epistularu^n. 
Eortasticai . solemnes. 



Eoferant . laudando . extollunt^ 
Eois . orientalibus. 

ajo jQiphiphania . splendor 
Epistola' . misa. 
Epome . memoria. 
Ephod . uestiw. linea . latas . mani- 

cas . habens. 
Epilogi . narratio. 
935 Epistelia . capitella. 
Eptasyllon . *gelodpyrt 
Epitomem . memoria . v>ei bre- 

uiarum^ 
Ephithalamium .. carmen nu- 

benter 
Ephyria . experientia. 
940 Ephitomos . breuiata. 
Epithoma . adbreuiatia 
(26*^) Epigramma . titulum. 
Epigramma . abreuiata scriptura 
Epimeri . adbreuiatio . rerum. 
945 Ephemeris . c^uam habent .mathe- 
matici . unde ligant . dies . sin- 
gulo« 
Ephebus adoliscens. qm non habe^ 

bar&am 
Epipendiie . scapulare. 
Epitheton . superpositio. 
Epilenticus . '^jKxia 
950 Epif ati . laici. 

Epitathium. carmen mood dicUtir 

sepulto . corpore. 
Epicedion . carmen .. quoc/ dicUuv 

non adhuc . sepulto . corpore 
Eptafolium . ^sinfuUa 
Episcopus . speculator 
955 Epicurei . gentt^ philosophorum. 
Epistolaris . exponis. 
Epulaticius . qui epulis . dat 
operam. 



1 See below E 413. 

3 Added above the line by corrector. 

' Written above largius by corrector. 

« MS. didi- altered to dedi-. 

^ Final t added above n. 

* ol added above the line. 

' MS. breoiarum. 



I 



GLOSA. E 258 — E 323 



49 



Epilogium . nouissima . pars . con- 
tra . uersiae. 

Epimenia . *nest 
360 Epidaurus . insula. 

Epemeris . hiis breuiatio . rerum. 

Ependiten . *c6p\ 

Epicoeni . promiscui . sexus . mas- 
culini et femini. 

Epitoma'. 

265 JOiquidem . ego quidem. 
Equora . maria. 
Equipei^t . aequat 
Equidem . ille . quidem. 
Eques . homo . equo . portatus. 

370 rj repsissent inruissent 
Erimio . *hindberge. 
(27'*) Ergata . uicinis. 
Erga . iuxta*. 
Ereon . sacerdotale. 
275 Erumna . calamitas. 

Ergastulum. locus . ubi. damnati . 

aut^ marmora . secant . a.tU ali- 

quid . operentur. 
Erebum . profundum . infemum. 
Eruli . domini. 
Ems . dominus. 
280 Erotema . interrogatio. 

Eruditus . qt^osi a rare . sub- 

latus. 
Er* uigilans . eregione* . retro. 
Erenis. *haegtis* . furia. 
Erata . musa. 
285 Ergastulum . metallum. 
Ergata . operata. 
Eruncare . eruere . radicitus. 
Erugat . planum . facit 
Erenditen . *cop® 



390 Erodi . animal. 

Eructat . a corde . emittit. 

Ersa . lignum. 

Erpica . ^egSe. 

Erpicarius . ♦egSere. 
395 Errans . gens . hereticus . diuisus. 

Eridanus . padus . finnms italiae. 

Erugo . *rust 

Er . sol . ignis. 

Ergasterium . monasterium. 
300 Errabilis'^ . *liuerbende. 

Erigastulo . depraesL 

Erciscundae . diuidendae. 

Ericius . *iil 

Ermagoriae . superbiae. 



E 



mero- 



305  J stus . fluctus' unda. 

Esitabant . comedebant 

Esculus . *boece. 

(27'*') Esebon . cogitatio 
rum, 

Esto . puto. 
3ZO Esto . et si putauero. 

Esitat . admiratur. 

Essedum . uehiculum. 

Estu . perturbatione. 

Ethicia . proprietas. 
3x5 Essox ."^laex. 

Etbica . moralis. 

Ethicus . gentiles. 

Ethimologia . proprietas. 

Ethincon . proprium. 
320 Eto deporicon . uiaticum^ iter- 
arium. 

Estera . in obs. 



E 



uangelizat . adnuntiat 



Euersio 
dendo. 



a cadendo . a disce- 



^ MS. has accent over ; see also below E 289. 

' on an erasure. 

' t written above u. 

* Two glosses ; bat distinctly written as one in the MS. 

^ Added above the line by correotor, 

^ See above E 262. 

7 MS. errabilis, with e above second i. 

^ The c added above the line. 



c. a 



50 



QLOSA. E 324— E 399 



Euirat . uires . toUit. 
395 Euangelicae , deo doraneos . con- 
sensLones . eiiangeliorum. 

Euocatus . eductus. 

Euge . gaude . bene. 

Eiiiscerata . ^athed. 

Euestigio^ . ^onlande' *on laste. 
330 Eudolia . uictualia. 

Euboioorum . gens', maiorum . to- 
lentorum^ 

Euidens . *Beotol. 

Eugenes . nobiles. 

Euellit . repulit. 
335 Eurus . TLomen uenti flat ab 
oriente. 

Eadoxia claritas. 

Euiscerat . excomedit. 

Eulogium . responsum . aliquod . 
ubi . ratio . redditur 

Euentus . incursus. 
340 Euertit . expugnat 

Eucharistias . gratiarum actio- 
nes. 

(27*^) Euanggelioes . parasceues . 
euangelicae . praeparationes 

Eugenia nobilitas. 

Euehit . portat. 
345 Euestigio . statim 

Eudolia . bonum . seruitium. 

Euterpe • nom^n . musae. 

Eufonia . consuetudo. 

Euitauerit . offocauerit 
350 Euiratus . eneruis. 

Eurynis. *palcyrge. 

Euerrit . trahit 

Eumenides . furie . iii. 

Eumenides . '^haehtisse. 
355 Euitatus . perterritus. 

Euergit . reinclinat 

Euum . longeuitas . v^l uita. 

Euaggelices . apodixeos . euan- 
gelicae. ostensiones. 



E 



ixorcismum . sermo . correp- 
tionis. 
36o Exapla . sexies. 

Exercita miserabit^ sollicita. 

Exolantes . mandantes. 

Explosi . extincti. 

Expeditus. *abund^.n. 
365 Exilem tenuem. 

Exedra . sella 

Exilis . gracilis. 

Eximet ^alieset 

Exponerent . occiderent. 
370 Exposito . iectato. 

Extrinsecus . sepai^atum. 

Exegestus . *gebero. 

Expendisse. *araefnde*. 

Exundauit . *auueol 
375 (27^^)Experimentum.*andpisnis. 

Expergescens . euigilans. 

Expertus . probatus. 

Excidium . discidium. 

Excidium . expugnatio. 
380 Exornatus . ualde . ornatus. 

Exheredet . alienat . tcel abiecit. 

Exertum . soUicitum. 

Exstat . superat . eminet. 

Explorat . abscultat. 
385 Excudunt . fabricant 

Excudit. malleo qtiodcumque con- 
ponit. 

Exercitiis . "^bigangum. 

Exortus . natus. 

Exorti . *a5r^tL 
390 Exposito . *geborone. 

Exaltauit . "^stonc. 

Expedisset *5ropode. 

Expedierant . ^araeddun. 

Exito perditio*. *endistaeb. 
395 Exoleuerunt. "^gesuet^itidun. 

Exerta . aperta 

Exerti . nudi. 

Ex phalange. *of tJreote *offoe5aiL 

Exauctorauit . ''^geheende. 



^ 8 above e and both on an erasure. 

3 Added above the line by corrector. 

> Tbe Erfart MS. has : genus maiomm talentorum. 

4 Added above the line by corrector, but wrongly for miserabiliter; see below No. 552. 
'^ MS. araefde, with n added above/. 



GL03A. E 400 — E 475 



51 



o E^pilatam *a.hrjid . *arytrid, 

Expeditio . *fa«rd. 

ExtaaeoB . celsa. 

EKtAre . adliuc . esse. 

EsaustiB . defectis. 
ij Exhauataa . eiiacuatas. 

Eorcizo' , ad luro. 



Excepta . eagitta. 

Ex latere . regui . de adulterio . 

regin^ 
□ ExcesBerit . ciilpauerit 
Exintera 'ansceat. 
{28"*) Exentesion expoaitio'qnaes- 

Exacaide.ceterida.sedecennalem* 

Explodit , excludit *atyni5. 
i Exedra . Iocub . siibselliorum uel 
locus . Haltatoriua. 

Exagium . *and initta. 

Exoesum . canticum . in teatris. 

Epolitum . oroatura. 

Extale . '"'snaedilfiearm 
o Exedr^ scabelli . ad cibos. 

Exilia . *gestmccuin'. 

Ekorcista . adiurans. 

Exsoquias . mortuis . officia. 

Extemus . extranena 
5 Expeditis. '"'gearuum. 

Extollat . hoQorat 

Ex inpi'oniso . ex iosperato'. 

Expltuiat . exequat. 

Extioiplo . statim. 
o Excedo . egredior 

Exstirpat . exterminat 

Excors . sine oorde. 

Experi men turn . experire 

Experieutift, cara . cum diligentia 
5 Exoubat , obseruftt 

Exulcerat exasperat 

Examinat . accidit. 



Extabescit . languesceos' . defluit. 

Exta ^iesen. 
o ExignuB . humilis. 

Expedio . exeoloo'. 

ExBolutus. disolatua. 

Exolitns . mintiatuB 

Exemit . produoit. 
s Extendit defecata 

Exciderant ammo' . de animo . 
recedebant 

Explosa . elisa. 

(28'^) Exagerat . explorat. 

Exanreant . consumant. 
o Explodens . extinctns. 

Exeninm . *laac. 

Excitatur euocatur. 

Exactor . 'scuttheta. 

Exuberat . habiindat. 
.; Exorsua initiatus* locutus. 



Exploderem . excluderem 

Explodita . excluBa, 

Exestuat . fluctuat 
t«i> Existere . recede. 

Excolat . *Biid. 

Expiat . expurgat . ablait . mun- 
dat. 

Exomologesia . confesaio. 

EpiabiliB . inmuudns. 
46s Exta proecordia . *baecl>eanD. 

Exalloge . permotatio. 

Exoliaerunt . eruperunt, 

Expiebat . exegobat, 

Exitua , intestinis . hoBtiamin. 
4^> Exaurauit . conpra«hendit. 

ExamuBim . ♦georaUce .' abso- 
lute . certe . u«l exqaisite. 

Experrectua . euigilauit. 

Espertia . aliena. 

Exfretat . uauigaf . 
<js Exorbitana , *a8«ab. 



> So in H8. 

' Added above the line by ooireotor. 

» See above E 201. 

* One c added above the line. 

The s and « added above the p. 

' I added above the line. 

' So in MS. for animo. 



62 



GLOSA. E 476— E 546 



Extenus . extremus. 

Exalaparetur . ^suungen. 

Exsumtuauit . pauperauit 

Exparia . partibus . uacuans. 
480 Exparta . parte . uacua. 

(28**) Extempus. extremus ^ 

Expuncta . expleta. 

Ex habet . extremus. 

Extipices . ^haelsent. 
485 Exostra . unguenta. 

Expilatores . aliens . hereditatis . 
subreptores. 

Exodium . cantatio . in theatris . 
ludicra . et scurilis. 

Expensa . ^daeguuini 

Exanreant . consumant. 
490 Examen . exemplum' expositio. 

Exepta . sagita. 

Exime . educ. 

Excelare . cum uxore . esse, 

Expulsa . excelsa. 
495 Exutas . biberatas. 

Exul . qui extra . solum suum 
uoluntate . peregrinatur. 

Expiatum . exinauitum. 

Exuberat . exundat . superfluit. 

Exerta . liugua . ^naecad^ tunge, 
500 Excesus . *egylt. 

Extulit . erexit. 

Excanduit . iuiracundiam exili- 
uit. 

Exigebant . *araefndun. 

Expeditionibus . *ferdun. 
505 Exomologesin . preoes . usl con- 
fesionem. 

Examen . *suearm*. 

Expraesit . explanauit. 

Exaceruauit . adflixit. 

Execrare . maledicere. 
5x0 Exmum . periculum. 



Ex interuallo . id est diuiso . 
tempore. 

Exaudituat . excludit . ab abditi«. 

(28**) Expleuit . corruptus est. 

Expromit . exerit. 
515 Extorres . *praeccan, 

Exsortem . alienum. 

Excreat. proiecit. 

Exaotio . ^geabules monung. 

Exenodocinm . susceptio . pere- 
grinorwm. 
530 Exesum . suptile . comsumtum. 

Extimat . suspicatur. 

Exameron . uii . dierum . conpu- 
tatio. 

Expediam . *arecio. 

Exubiae . uestes . mortuon^m 
5«5 Exugiae . spolia. 

Excidium . euersio' emonnis . ttel 
discessio^ 

Excnbias . *peardseld. 

Extinctis . suscitans. 

Eximia . magnifica . excelsa. 
530 Eximius . nobilis . sublimis. 

Exerere . exercera 

Eximietas . sublimitas. 

Exercere . producere. 

Exesus . comestus*. 
535 Exem tum . explidtum ' . exclusum . 

Exemta . suciata. 

Exciti . excitati . euocati. 

Eoleuit . uetustate obscuratus est. 

Exolutus . dissolutus. 
540 Exolitus^ superbis. 

Exosus . odio habetus. 

Expendere . *to aseodeune. 

Exugia . *gescincio. 

Excudit . tundendo . extorsit 
545 Exules peregrini. 

(29^) Exhalat . anhellam.emittit. 



^ MS. extrems, and u added above the line. 

' Added above the line by the oorrector. 

^ MS. naeod, with a added above the line between c and d, 

^ MS. snerm, and a added above the line between e and r. 

" MS. dissio, and ces added above the line. 

' MS. comesus, with t added above the line. 

' MS. exolitis, but seoond i altered to u. 



GLOSA. E 547 — ^F 55 



53 



Exolescit . defecit. 

Expilatam . *arydid. 

Expers . scius . euigilans. 
550 Expr^serunt . ♦arehtun. 

Exerceri . *pesandraegtre. 

Exercitat . miserabiliter eoWicUcU 

Exercitatae . ♦Saregetyhtan. 

Expeditio . *hergiui:ig. 
555 Excubabant . uigilibant. 

Exitium . mors . periculum 

Exstant . stmt. 

Expeditio . proeparatio. 

Exactum . ♦baedde. 
560 Exundans . fluens. 

Expeditus ♦snel* . uelox . fortis. 

Exedra . exterior . sedes . ubi 
sedet . plebs. 
563 Edra dicituv . interior . sedis . ubi 
papa . sedet . cum . communio- 
nem . dat ad popWt^m. 

Jj auor . ♦herenis. 

Facula . f&x . teda. 

Facitia* . *glio. 

Fascinatio . inuidia. 
5 Fator . dictor. 

Faustus . iocundus^ 

Fabor . clamor . adlocutio. 

Fatidicus . mathematicus . diui- 
nus*. 

Fabrae . ingeniose . docte. 
10 Falc . *palhhabuc. 

Fasces . libri^ *goduueb. 

Fauces . angustiae. 

Fasces . dignitas. 

Fagus. *boece. 
IS Fabrum . perfectuTW. 

Fastus . superbia. 

Factitare* . facere. 



Fari . loqui. 

(29'*) Fastidiuw . odium* ♦cym- 
nis. 
ao Fastis . libri aunt in quibua sunt . 
nomina . consuluTn. 

Fatescunt . aperiunt. 

Fasianus . *por bona. 

Fascias . *pe3el. 

Faria . eloqt^ia. 
35 Famfaluca. *faam* ^leasung. 

Fasciarum . *suaet$ila. 

Fas erat . imperat. 

Fastigium . altitudo. 

Falcatis . curribi£8 armatis. 
30 Fagolidori . manducantes. 

Farciretur . ligaretun 

Falcis . *pudubil . ♦siSe . *riftras. 

Facultas . possibilitas. 

Fanogoria . defano. 
35 Facetus . elegans. 

Facuntia . eloquentia. 

Famfaluca . *papul. 

Fanatici . f utura . precinentes. 

Facitat . frequenter . facit. 
40 Familicus . indigus. 

Fatur . loquitur. 

Faueat . adsentiat 

Faustum . faestum. 

Falsi . loquax . mendax . fictum. 
45 Fatescunt . dissipant. 

Fatescit . resoluitur. 

Factiosus . fallax . deceptor. 

Falcastrum . *pudubil. 

Faonius . *pest su5 pind. 
50 Factio . coniuratio. 

Falcones*. 

Factiosus . sepe . faciens. 

Faxo . f acio . faxat. 

Facetias . iocus. 
55 Festinatio^ . *malscrung. 



^ Added aboye the line by corrector. 

3 MS. facitia, with e above the first i, 

^ MS. ioounds, with u added above the line between d and s, 

^ MS. dinnos, and i added above the first u. 

<^ MS. fatitare, with c added above the line. 

' The interpretation is wanting here; see Epinal Gloss. 10. A. 1; Oehler, in 
Neue Jahrbikher fUr Philologie, 13«- Supplementbd. (1847), p. 331, No. 14, p. 332, 
No. 7; and G. F. Hildebrand's Glossarium Latirmm, p. 138. 

^ MS. festinatio, with a above e. 



54! 



QLOSA. F 56 — F 126 



Facinus . scelus. 

Farcet . implet. 

Faiiolus . uates. 

(29^) Fastus . contemtua, 
6o Fauisor fautor. 

FalangariuB . ut gladius. 

Facetior . gratiosior . hilarior. 

Facetus . affabilis. 

Fasus . conf essus. 
65 Facetiae . suauitas . uerborum. 

Falarica . theca . gladii. 

Falarica . *8Bgt§ro. 

Fasus . confesaus. 

Falaria . pars . macedoniae. 
70 Fasus . colcorum . fluuius. 

Fas . licentia. 

Fasus , locutus. 

Fasellum . genus . nauis . holeiis. 

Fanum . templum. 
75 Farcit ■. densat. 

Faniticus . qt^i templum . diu . de- 
serit 

Famidicus . qui . certa . dicit, 

Fanaticus . qui ^ intemplo . ar- 
guitur' templi minist^. 

Falcarius . falcem . ferens. 
80 Facendat . resoluit. 

Fanda . dicenda« 

Fatitur . qui consentit. 

Fatetum . faragem^ 

Fascinus . asp^us . onerosus. 
85 Fascimen^ . ipsa species. 

Farra . triticum. 

Far . genvs . f rumenti 

Falere . omamenta^ . equorum . 
itel militum . arma. 

Fantasia . multitudo. 
90 Fastigasti . altis. 

Falanx*.*foe?5a, 

Faustum . bene . auguriae. 

Farrugo . genus . frugi. 



Fauere . adiurare. 
95 Farrice . fiilcire. 

Factione . facti . tinculus. 

Fautores . adsensores. 

Facessit . duo . atmt . id est facere . 

cessat . et frequenter . facit. 
Farius.*faag. 
100 (29^^) Facessit. *sue?Jra5. 
Farcum . inpletum. 
Farsa. ^acrummen. 
FamiHaris.amictus. 
Fatuo. *b©an. 
105 Familiaritas . amicitia. 

Familiaris . amicus qttasi . unius . 

famili^. 
Fasces , *cynedoma8. 
Fastu . * uulencu. 
Fabari . afauis. 
110 Fabrile. *smi51ice. 
Farelas . *hryste. 
Facessit . desinat. 
Falerata . *gehyrsti 
Farus . ceuaculum . altum . iuxta 

mare utilis nauigantibus . per 

quot . diriguntur . errantes . 

nsiues. 



"5 



F 



eruginius . *greig. 



Fessat . desonat. 

Ferox . *roeSe . ferae similis. 

Ferculum . *disc . uasculum. 

Fere . admodum. 
1 20 Ferinum . *hold. 

Feriae . cessationes . ab opere. 

Fenicium . cocumum. 

Ferme ! plus minu& 

Feretrum . lectum . mortuoru^ii . 
quia, fert . et non refert 
125 Feriatus. *gerested. 

Feiiatus . sa/noPua requies. 



^ qui — argaitvr added above the line by oorreotor. 

^ The Erfurt MS. has : Fate . foragem ; and Fatetum . faregem, with a above and i 
below the second e of the latter word ; see Neiie JahrbUcher fur PMlologie, 13*' Sup- 
plementbd. (1847), pp. 332 and 331. 

^ MS. fascimen, with r added above the line between the 8 and c. 

^ MS. omamenenta, with first en marked for erasure. 

^ One letter erased between a and I, 



1 



GLOSA. F 127— F 193 



66 



Fefellit . f raude ' decepit 

Fenus . ^spearua'. 

Foenus *borg. 
I30 Foeton . soUs . et Climence . filius . 

Festus . felix. 

Feniidus . iracundus. 

Fenus . usura . debitum. 

Foederatus. ^getriopad. 
135 Faecce . *maere. 

Fe8pa.*paefs. 

(SO-') Fefellit. *uuegi?J. 

Fenila , *aescSrote 

Ferrugo . purpura . nigra. 
140 Femina . femora. 

Fellitat . suggit". 

Feretrius . f ertilis. 

Feculentus . feceplenus. 

Feralia . tristitia* . lu gubrta*. 
145 Ferali . mortifero 

Femella . dimimUiuum . femina. 

Fecundus . copiosus . fructuo«^M. 

Fellus.*catte. 

Felicitas . fortuna. 
150 Fenum . *grae8. 

Fero . dico. 

Fetialis . pacis . sacer. 

Ferrugine . *iseni . grei. 

Ferruginem . obscuritatew ferri . 
id est *omei^ 
155 Finix . auis . semetipsum . reuo- 
cat . de fauillis . congregatio. 



E 



iloxsenia . philosophL 
Fiber . * bebr. 
Fisoos . f raus. 
Filoxenia . hospitaJitas. 



160 Filologos . rationes . ttel uerbi 
amatores. 

Fisco . puplioo. 

Fiscilla.'^taenil. 

Fida . * steam. 

Fibra. *J?earm. 
165 Filix. *fearn''. 

Fiscillus . . * stic tenel. 

Fisica . naturalis. 

Fiscium . rerum . puplicarum*. 

Fibrae . "^libr. laeppan. 
170 Fibula. *hringe. *8iirl. 

Fi8cilli8.*8pAlclun: 

Filum . *5red. 

Finicia. ^beosu. 

Figmenta . plasmatio . hominum. 
175 (30*^) Fibras . uenas. 

Ficetula . * sugga. 

Fioli . similitude . calicis. 

Fibrans.*risende. 

Firator . ianus. 
180 Fidicen qui cum oitbara . canit . 
a fidibus . dictum. 

Fidiculae . genera . tormentoruTTi 

Figura . aconfirmatione. 

Fisco puplico . domini . caesart^ 

Fidiculae . cordae . citharae. 
X85 Filii . iemini . filius dexterae. 

Finiculus. "^finulae. 

Fistum iocundum 

Fictum . fucatum . coloratum. 

Filtra . maleficia. 
190 Filomella . luscina. 

Fiscella . ubi forma . casei . expi- 
muntt^*. 

Fitigalis . corona . sacerdotalis. 

Fisus . proesens. 



1 MS. frade, and u added above the line. 

' MS. spema, and a added above the line. 

> Mr Henry Sweet {Oldest English TexU, pp. 63, 637) makes A. S. of this word. 
But it is the Lat. sugere, as is plain from the fiact that the gloBS feUitare, sugit occurs 
in the Glossary known under the name of Isidore. See also Loewe, ProdromuSt p. 106. 

^ MS. trititia, and s added above the line. 

'^ One letter erased between u and g. 

* See Hildebrand's Olossar, Latin, p. 142, and dm^ in Bosworth-Toller's A, S, 
Dictionary. 

^ MS. fean, with r added above the line. ^ MS. puplioarum, with u above i. 

* MS. expimntur and u added above the line, for ezprimantur. 



56 



OLOSA. F 194 — ^F 266 



Fidus . amicus. 
X95 Fidiculae . catenae. 

Figulina . non figlina 

Fidibus . fills . citharae. 

Fidicula . citharedus. 

Fiduoearius . possessor. 
soo Finitimos . proximos. 

Fiscalis . reda . gebellicum . * p»gn- 
feara\ 

Fimum . *goor. 

Fictis. *facnum. 

FisceUum . diminutiue. 
905 Fiscinum . copbinum. 

Fistulis. *j7eofcum. 

Fiscinum . corbis. 

Figite . *suiSiga5. 

Filacteria . pictaci . scripta. 
aio Filiaster . *steopsunu. 

Filargiria . auaiitia. 



E 



(30^) X} lustra . unda. 

Flutas . fluens. 

Flauum . fuluum . *read. 
ai5 Flaccidum . contractum. 

Flegmata . *hork 

Flacentia . contracta. 

Flabanus . *suan. 

Flabum . *geolu. 
aao Flagratione . petitione. 

Flaminibus . sacerdotibus. 

Flagris . * suiopum. 

Flarantius . copiosius. 

Fluxit' . faciat. 
235 Fluit . soluitur. 

Flagrantes . f estinantes . ardentes. 

Fluxum . dubium. 

Flamma . ^bl§d. 

Flagitata . postulata. 
330 Fluxerunt . ceciderunt. 



Flabra . flatus . uentorum. 

Flexuosus . inconstans. 

Magitium . factum . malum. 

Fluctuans . aestuans. 
335 Floccus . *loca. 

Fluemina . sanguis . in neruis , 
defusa. 

Flammica . uirginitas. 

Fluctuat . anxiatur. 

Flammicus locus . in urbe. 
340 Mummonium. honor . quae datur. 
fluminibus. 

Flat . spirat. 

Flumen di . alls . sacerdos . iouis. 

Floralis^ . a floribus. 

Florea . tempora . florum. 
345 Flammigena . de flammis . natus 

Flagius . taureus. 

Flagris^ . alaphis. 

Flauellum . muscarium. 

(30^) Flabus . rubius. 
350 Fluctuat . dubitat. 

Floris . hilaris. 

Flauescit . *glitinat . albescit. 

Flabris . uentis' . tempestas. 

Flagrans* . *stincendL 
355 Flebotoma. *blodsaex. 



E 



ortuna. *pyrd. 

Fouet . diligit 

Fortuitum . sub^tus . casus. 

Forsan . forsitan. 
360 Fomices . saxa . constructa^ 

Fotus . recreatus. 

Femes, incendium. 

Forfices . *scerero. 

Fouet . *feormat . *broedeth. 
365 Fortuitum . fortunum. 

Foedus . pactum . iuratio. 



^ MS. has the g above the <e. 

^ MS. fuxit, with I added above the line, but probably fazit was meant. 

' MS. floralis and e written above i. 

* MS. flans, with g added above the line. 

'^ MS. nentris, bat r marked for erasure. 

" MS. flarans, and g added above the line. 

7 MS. constucta, with r added above the line. 



GLOSA. P 267 — F 346 



57 



Fouet . iuuat . nutiit. 

Forum . appi . quod condidit . ap- 
plus . senator. 

Fogo . manduco. 
370 FoUescit . tumescit. 

Foederatas . *getreuuade. 

Formas . nomen. loci 

Fomicem . * bogan. 

Fordas . suapregnans. 
27s Forcifer . permalus. 

Foliatum . curbutum. 

Formido . *ano5a. 

Fooilat . ref ecit. 

Forfex . *i8em . sceruru. 
380 Focidaribus . ignibus. 

Foret . fuisset 

Forsitan . utiqt66. 

Fore . esse. 

Fomenta . medicina. 
385 Fors. *pyrd. 

Forceps. *tong. 

Folligantes . uestis . grossior. 

(31*») Fortunatus . felix. 

Fomacula . *cyliiie , *heorSe. 
390 Foederatus . placatus. 

Foedere . certo . certa . lege. 

Fomis . origo. 

Fora8.*bolcan, 

Foculentur . nutrientur. 
395 Fomes . astula. minuta. 

Forma . copula . medicamenti . 
uenditor. 

Forbos . anastasis. 

Fosforus . Stella . matutina 

Forinsis . aforo. 
300 Fortex . *edpelle. 

Foricalatrina . secessus . latnnas. 

Forire uentrem . purgam. 

Forum . suarum . ubi sues . uen- 
debantur. 

Fomis . *bogo . supercolumnis. 
305 Follis . *blaes . baelg. 

Fomaculum . *here. 

Formaticus . *cese . aforma. 



F, 



retus . instructus. 

Frigat . ardet. 
3x0 Fretus . peritus. 

Frasi . sensu. 

Friuolus.mendax.fictus. 

Friget . refrigerat. 

Fronulus . *linetuigle. 
3x5 Frugalitatem . temperantiam. 

Frequentia . multitudo. 

Frugalis . parcus. 

Fratuelis . *geaduling. 

Fratuelis . .* suhterga. 
330 Fratuelis . *bro5orsuiiu. 

Fribolum fragile'. 

(31*^) Fribula . uasa . uictilia . at- 
qt66 inutilia. 

Frasin . eloquentia. 

Frugus . *uiicystig . '^heamul. 
335 Fiixum . *afigaen. 

Fraga . *obet. 

Fraxinus . *aesc. 

Frenat . contemnit. 

Flagrat . odorem . dat 
330 Freniticus . insanus . ex dolore . 
capitia 

Fringella . *finc. 

Frendet . deB.ti\yus stride! 

Frugalis . largus. 

Frendat* . conpescit. 
335 Frasis . interproetatio. 

Fretum . mare . angustum. 

Frustatur . inlusor . deceptor. 

Frusta . iucisura . de qualibet . re. 

Frutecbum . arbor um . contex- 
turn. 
340 Fribolum . nullum . sensum. 

Frendat . conpescit 

Frutectum . *lose . locus . ubi . 
ponunt'. 

Frixi ciceris . fauae . siccat^ . in 
sole. 

Framea . *8Bt gaeni. 
345 Fons *hleor. 

Friabat . fregit. 



^ The il are written on an erasure. 
^ The at are added above the line. 
^ MS. ponnt, and u added above the line. 



58 



OLOSA. F 847 — F 426 



Fretus . *bald. 

Fragor . *suoeg . *cirm# 

Frunis cantur . fniuntur. 
350 Frumenta . omnia . quae amit- 
tunt . ex se . aristes. 

Frumentum . afrumina 

Frutice . ramus. 

Fructurus . fruiturus. 

Frugi . modestia. 
355 Frigore . timore 

Fraudulenter . *faecenlice. 

Fratria . uxor . fratris. 

(31**) Frontuosus* . ♦bald. 

Framea . quod contos . uocant. 
360 Friuola . ignominiosa . res . tiel 
nullius . momenti. 

Frixoria . ardor . incendium. 

Fractior . deficilior. 

Frigula . uasa . uictilia. 

Frustratus . elusit . fefellit 
365 Fnitina . *fultemend. 

Frunit^* . iueffrenat^. 



E 



ugitiuus . interdum. 

Funeratus . sepultus. 

Furcit . densat. 
370 Fuscinula*. *apel. 

Furcimen . *paergrood. 

Furca . gent^ ligni . bicipitis. 

Furcifer . cruci dignus. 

Furbum . *bruun. 
375 Fundi* . *grundu8. 

Fundus . ager . paret. 

Funalia . *conde\, 

Fusum . * spinel. 

Fucus . faex . *taelg. 
380 Functus . liberatus. 

Fusarius . ^pananbeam. 

Funix . *gonot vA *doppa.enid. 

Furuncus . *mearS 

Fungus . *suom. 



38s Funda . *liSre 

Furfures . *sifi5an. 

Funestauere . *smiton. 

Funestissima . *5adeadlicustan. 

Fulcra . omamenta . tectorum. 
390 Fundat . aedificat. 

Fudit . peperit. 

Fultus . adiutus. 

Functio . possessio. 

(3pb) Funebre.luctuosum. 
395 Funestus . funere . poUutus. 

FurtiuQ fortuna. 

Fulice . gentM auis . marinae. 

Fultum . substratum. 

Fungor . perago . exsequor. 
400 Fulcimenta . subpositoria. 

Functio . exsolutio . tributorum. 

Functus . gerens . agens. 

Futile . leues . inanea^ 

Futile . uanum . mendax. 
405 Funestare . triste . lugulre^ 

Fudit . prostrauit. 

Fusa . protracta. 

Fuas . facias. 

Fulgetum . f ulgor. 
410 Fugitifarius . atsidue . fugiens. 

Fundus . possessiones . pro^dia. 

Funiculum . territorium 

Fustatus . fustibus . cesus. 

Fustarius' . qui cedit. 
4x5 Functoria . transitoria. 

Fultare . pulcharre. 

Fuma . terra. 

Futat . arguit. 

Funalia . cerei . *paexcondel. 
420 Fuciuus . flumen . italiae. 

Fulgatores . rusticL 

Funda . retia . linea. 

Funebraticius . locus. 

Funus . imaginarium . tumulus 
sine cadauera. 
425 Fucata . depicta 



^ The r added above the line. 

^ The i added above the line. 

3 MS. fiscinula, with dot under first t, and u above it. 

* See Wiilcker's Vocabularies^ i. 401 (No. 26). 

^ MS. inanis, but second i altered into e. 

^ Distinctly so in MS. for lugubre. 

^ MS. fustaribus, but the b is marked for erasure. 



OLOSA. F 426 — Q 50 



59 



Funalia . lucernarum . stupp^. 

Fulgine . * sooth, 

Funus . mons. 

Furibundus . ualde * iratiis*. 
430 (32**) Fusum . solidaturn. 

Furentibus . austris . seuientibu^ 
uentis 

Fungitur . paret . deseruit. 

Funus . mens. 

Furia . ^haehtis. 
435 Fuluum . rubeum 

Flauam . pallidum . glaucum. 

Funera . luctuosa. 

Funesta . scelesta. 

Fundo . ima pars . nauis. 
440 Fusus . prostratus . occisus. 

VjlTaeometrica . terrae . mensu- 
ratio. 

Ganniret . cum ira qusm ridet. 

Gargarizet . *gagul suille. 

Garrit . ♦gionat. 
5 Ganea . tabema'. 

Gannatura . *gliu. 

Galla . *galluc*. 

Ganeo . tabemarius. 

Gabulum . patibulum. 
10 Garro . garrulus. 

Galeras . pilleas . mitras. 

Galaad . aceruus . testis. 

Garrit . blanditur. 

Garula . *crauue\ 
15 GUrbas . ^soeabas. 

Gaza . diuitiae. 

Gabaruas . areas. 

Galmaria . *ealuuer. 

Galea . cassis. 



so Galnium . * moling. 

Galmulum . *molegnstycci. 

Galmilla . *liim caluuer. 

G^neo' . gulosus. 

Gane . sordidus' 
as Gan*et^ . iocatur. 

Gamus . nupti^ 

Garilum . pelleum . pastoralem . 
quod unco . factum est. 

(32*^) Gastrimargia . gula. 

Gabea . *meau". 
30 Gauli . gemis naui 

Garrulitas . l^titia. 

Garus . liquamen. 

Gabalacrum . *calper. 

Garrulus . blandus . laetu& 

35 vTenealogia . generatio. 

Gkstamen . quicquid . porta^t^r. 

Gesa . hastae . galloruro. 

Genium . quasi . uim . kabeat . 
omnium . rerum . gignendarum. 

Geometra . qui docet . mensuras . 
terr§ 
^o Geometricus . ut pes. 

Gestus . *gebero. 

Generosus . *aet$ile. 

Gestatio . ipsa . res. 

Gestatus . portatus. 
45 Gestum . habitum. 

Garula . quae . infantes . portat. 

Cremmasium . ubi iuuenis . exer- 
ceretur*. 

G^sum . asta . uel iaculum. 

Germen . initium . floris.. 
50 G^nialis^® . lecti . qui sternuntur 
puellis . nubentibus. , 



^ MS. joins these two words. 

^ MS. teberua, with dot under the first e, and a above it. 
' MS. guc, and all added above the Hne. 
* MS. orane, and u added above the line. 
^ MS. geneo, and a added above the first e by the oorreotor. 
' MS. Bordids, and u added above the line. 
^ MS. garret, and i added above the e. 
^ MS. men, and a added above the line. 
^ MS. ezercertur, and e added above the line between r and L 
^^ MS. genialis, and e above first t. 



60 



QLOSA. G 51 — G 131 



Geth . torcular . pro^sura. 

Genista . *brom. 

Gente. *pildegoo& 

Gestus . motus . cor|)oris. 
55 Genisculus . muscellat). 

Genthliatici . gentiles. 

Gelidum . frigidum. 

Geserat . egerat. 

Genitalis . deus qui omnia . fa- 
cit. 
6o Crenitor . et generator idem est 

Genitiuus . ut colores . omnes dir 
cwntuT et genitiua 

Genuino . *tusc . naturale. 

Genas . *heagaspen. 

(32^) Genusia* senatus. 
65 Gestit . cupit. 

Gestitis . gauisi . estis. 

Genu . agenua. 

Gente . *pildegooB. 

Gelum . *forst. 
70 Gesiae . diuitiae. 

Gemitus . qi^asi geminatus . luc- 
tus*. 

Genesis . constellatio. 

Gerulus . suasor . negotii. , 

Gemnasia . termae . dicuniwr^, 
75 Gennomae . creatura. 

Genuinum . intimum. 

Geniminae . creaturae. 

Gescire . gaudere. 

Genesis . latum . decretum. 
80 Genialis . homo . gi-atus . homo. 

Generositas . nobilitas. 

Genimina . generatio. 

Gere . age. 

Geritur . agitur. 
85 Gestat . portat. 

Gener , *adam. 

Geumatrix . *geac. 

Giluus . *geolu. 

Git . olus. 
90 Gigans . terrigena. 

Gillus.*grei. 

Gipsus . * spaeren. 



Gippus. *hofr. 
Giluus . *figJu. 
95 Gignitur . nascitur. 
Gibra . mare. 
Gigneceum . grecum . est, 
Gigantomacie . gigantum . pugna. 
Gilbus . *gymo. 
xoo Gingria . *spon. 

VTlandes . ab eo . quod est 
glans . quae^ sunt . nuces . rus- 
tici. 

Glutinum . coniunctio. 

Gleba . cespes dura. 

Glis . *egle. 
105 Globus . uolumen . circulus . luna. 
et rota. 

Globus. *leoma. 

Globat . aceruat . rotundat. 

(32^^) Glaucoma . nebula. 

Glaber . caluus. 
no Globus . pila . rotunditas. 

Glarea . *cisil . stan. 

Glumula . *scala. 

Gladiolum . *saecg. 

GlitUia . *clife. 
115 Glomer . *clouue. 

Glus.*frecnis. 

Glaucum . *heauui . *grei. 

Glandula. *cimel. 

Glebo. *unpis. 
120 Gladiatores . *cempan. 

Glosema . i/i^erpretatio . sermo- 
num, 

Glebra . arator. 

Glescit , crescit. 

Gliscit . ascendit. 
125 Glauco . pea. 

Globosus . exsolido . rotundus. 

Glomerat . ccmuoluit. 

Glosa . lingua. 

Glos . quaedam . necessitudo. 
Z30 Gladonamur . atiungimur. 

Glomoramur . atiungimur. 



^ Distinctly so written in the MS. 
^ The 8 added above the line. 
3 MS. dnt, on an erasure. 
^ The a is snbponoted. 



i 



QLOSA. G 132— H 6 



61 



Globus . coUectio . multorum. 
Gluten. *teoru. 
Glosa . lingua. 



a 



135 \J\ nomen . orolei . genu& 

Gnatus fiUus. 

Gnarus . peritus . doctus. 

Gnauus . f ortis . agilis. 

Gnossea . noman . ciuitati^. 
140 Gomer . consummata . perfecta. 

Goridus . rigidus. 



a 



npem . *gig. 

Grillus . *hama. 

Grammatica . litteralis. 
145 Grandisnatu . parens . senex. 

Gratuitum . gratis . habitum. 

GratiRcatur . gratiam . pr^tat. 

(33**) Gregarium . ducem miU- 
tum. 

Gremen . *faethm. 
ISO Grex . multitudo. 

Gramen . *quice. 

Gramina ; herba. 

Grassator . * f orhergend \ 

Grallus.*hrooc. 
155 Gracilis . *8m§l. 

Gressus . ambulatio. 

Gregariorum . *unaet5ilsa. 

Gregatim . *peammeluwi. 

Gregalis . mediocris. 
160 Greditur. ambulat. 

Gros . orbis. 

Grus . gruis . *comoch. 

Gramina . arida. 

Grauis . *comuc. 
165 Gratis . sinecausa. 

Gremius . sinus. 

Gratator . gratulator. 

Gratat . gratulat. 

Graffium.*grQf. 



170 Grates' . cellae . apium. 

Gressit . incessit. 

Grassare . f eire. 

Grunnire . *grunnettan. 

Graticium . *pag' flecta' 
175 Gralorum . grecorum. 



a 



'urgustium . tabema . humi- 

lis*. 
Gurgustium. domus . paup^rum. 
Gnrges . altus . locus . flumiuM. 
Gumnaside . lauacrum . balneum. 
180 Gurgulio. *5rotbolla. 
Gurgustium *ceosol. 
Gurgustiore . *cetan. 
Gurgustium . domus . piscatoria. 
Gurgulio . *emil. 
185 Gunna . *heden. 

Guttit . paulatim . pluit. 

(33^^) Gurgustia . tabemarum . 

loca . tenebrosa . ubi conuicia . 

turpia.fiunt\ 

Gymnos* nudos. 
X90 Gymnasia . ^dificia . balnearum. 

Gallus. color, ferrugineus. 

Gymnicus . agon locus . ubi . le- 
guntur . diuersae . artes. 
193 Gymnasia . exercitia . palestr^. 

XJLai'undo . calamus. 

Haec . egloga . et haec eglogae . 

cantationes . in carminibtM 

sunt 
Haut . procul . non longe. 
Haut . sanus . nonsanus. 
5 Haec fomes . nutrimentum . ignis. 

auouendo. 
Habia . apta. 



^ The d added above the line. 

' MS. gratis, bat the i straok through and e written above it. 

s The MS. joins these two words, and Mr Hemy Sweet (Oldest English TextSy 
pp. 67, 586) makes one A. S. word of them. Bat flecta is more probably to be taken 
as Latin, meaning the same as wag^ i.e. a partition, hurdle; see above, note 4 on p. 38. 

* First i written below the line. 

^ The u added above the line. * The s written above the 0. 



62 



OLOSA. H 7— H 84 



Haec . nemus . quasi . culta. silua. 

Hastilia. telorum . ^scaeptloan. 

Haeiolat . plorat . lamentatur. 
to Hausissent . euacuissent. 

Habiloes . aptoa. 

Haue salutatio. 

Hareolus . diuinus . ab ariR. 

Habitudines . *geberu. 
T5 Hareolus . iucundus. 

Halibs . f errum. 

Habitum . uestum. 

Harimilces. repertores . aquarum. 

Harubdis . uorago . profundit. 
9o HaruDdo . canna . *hreod 

Habitudo . fortitude. 

Harenae . pauimentum . theatri. 

Hause . sinecircuitu. 

Hausae . diuitiae. 
as (33^) Habyssum . genus . lan§. 

Hamatum . uncis ^ . circumdatum. 

Halat . holet . oscitatur. 

Halantes . redolentes. 

Haec . lampas . facula. 
30 Hausta . epotata. 

Hau8tuw.*dryiic. 

Haurio . uideo. 

Haut . dificulter . non dificile. 

Haut . secus . non aliter. 
35 Haustum . sic loquitur. 

Hauserit . percusserit 

Habenis . *gepaldleSru7ii 

Habile . *lio5upac, 

Haurit . implet . uidet. 
40 Harena . sablo. 

Haruspex . qt^i oantus . auium . 
intellegit. 



n erus . uir . fortis. 
Hesperias . occiduae . partes 
Heries . morio. 
45 Hereum . inferi. 



Hercule . fere. 

Heluo . uorax. 

Herurana . labor. 

Habet . tremet. 
50 Habitat . defecit. 

Heus . *geheresthu. 

Hebenura . genus . ligni. 

Hermafrodus . castratus. 

Herculus . fortis. 
55 Hebescebat . stultus . factus 

Hebitatus . *astyntid. 

Hebesceret . *asuand. 

Hebitabit . ^asclacade. 

Hera . terra. 
60 Hebetos' . uacuos. 

Helluo . luxoriosus. 

(33^^) Herr§ . saxa. 

Herbum . bolus. 

Herma. froditus . qwi natnra . con- 
positus est . ut uir . sit . et 
femina id est monstrum. 
65 Hermon . anathema. 

Heliacus . solis . occasus. 

Heribefonticon . deuita . theo- 
rica. 

Heronalacah . brute . diuersa- 
rum. 

Heresis . praua . secta. 
70 Hereditas . ab hero. 

Hereon . infere. 

Helluo . gulosus. 

Heia. *pelga' 

Hemorres . genus . serpenti^. 
75 Herugo . sanguis . suga. 

Helson . mons . musarum. 

Helice . nomen . stellae. • 

Heuotropeum . nomen . gemmae. 

Helus . palidus . nausia. 
80 Heredium . praedium. 

Herculaneus . eunuchus. 

Herma . castratio. 

Herodius . *palch habuc. 

Hebitiores . rusticioris. 



^ The ei are written on an erasure. 

3 MS. habtos, of which a is written on an erasure, and marked for erasure, with 
e written above it, and a second e added above the line between b and t. 
' ga added above the line. 



J 



GLOSA. H 85 — ^H 155 



63 



85 Hersutum . drustum \ 
Helleborus. *poidiberge. 
Herinis . * palcrigge. 
Herma . froditus . androgi. 
Hebetat . *styntid. 

90 I I ispida . senticosa. 

Hispidus . hirsutus. 

Hipocrisin . siiualatio. 

(34**) Hibemus . ut mensia. 

Hibema . uttempora . et castra 
militum . ubi . hiemant 
95 Histriones . saltatores . vsl scenici 

Hiulca . *cinendi 

Hie stipes . ligna. 

Biameo . margareta . praetiosa. 

Hiscitur . diuiditur. 
100 Hiatos . pate f actio. 

Hibiscum . *biscopuuyrt. 

Hiscit . incidit. 

Hirsi . hirsuti. 

Hiadas . atauri . aimiXitfudine, 
X05 Hiulcas . leouis . faucis'. 

HiiTindo . *sualuue. 

Hictrames . iter. 

Histrix . *iil. 
• Himosus . odio . habitus. 
110 Hiscire . loqui , desinere. 

Hie frutex . uirgultum arbor . 
minor. 

Hiantes . ampliantes. 

Himeneos . nuptiae. 

Helidres . serpentes . aqt^tici. 
Z15 Hincire. hino uiro. 

Hisseire . loqui. 

Hiemen . nupti^, 

Hirribile . infinitum 
. HistoriQus . panto . minus . his- 
torias . scribit. 
1 90 Hieronia . scema . cauillatio. 

Hirobi . ungulas . non diuidenis. 

Hiantes . 6s aperientes. 

Hirtus . sitosus. 



Hister . fluuius. 
X95 Hiulcum . patens .. apertum. 

Hinnitus . * hnaeggiung. 

Hicine . putas . iste . est. 

(34^^) Hostis . picis . aruspices. 

Hilicus . arbor . est . folia, modica. 
fructus . sicut . glandi . modici 
130 Hyna . *naectgenge. 



H. 



cre- 



oromatis . auditis. 
Hoc planetum . aplana 
Hosce . osis. 
Holor . *8uan, 
135 Hoscine . hos uero. 
Hora . *8ueg. 
Homo. *))ysgere. 
Holocaustum . quod totum 

matter. 
Holio . glapha . tota . scriptura. 
X40 Hostia . de qmbus . sacerdotes . 

partem . habent. 
Hoctatus . *gelaechtrad. 
Homo . *))y8gere. 
Hostia . qiLod deum . placat. 
Hostire . equare. 
T45 Hostimentum . lapis . quo . pon- 

dus . equatur. 
Holido , *fule. 
Honeraria . *hlae8t scip. 
Hostiae . pacificae . de quibt^ 

plebs . manducat. 
Homuncio et homulis . unum . 

stmt. 
150 Horus . laus . gloriae . dictus. 
Holitor . hortulanus. 
Hoc . sagma . sagmari . uero . bur- 

dones . i]$si . dicuntur . qui por- 

tant. 

I I rema . color. 
Huscide . *tolice. 
X55 Huncciue . hunc uero. 



^ This word is entered as A. S. in Wtlloker's Anglo-Saxon... Vocabularies, 25. 26. 
Bat see Gust. Loewe, Prodromua, p. 398, and Foroellini's Lexicon, ed. De-Yit, Vol. vi. 
581, in voce Drusus. 

^ MS. faucis, and e added above the i. 



64 



GLOSA. H 156—1 65 



Humatus sepultus. 

Humatum . uncis . circum . da- 

tum, 
(34^) Huiuscemodi . talibus. 
Humase. *bimyldan. 
i6o Humum . terram. 

Hun cine . usque . nunc. 



H 



.yadas . ♦raedgaaram. 
Hyalinum . uitreum . uiridi . co- 

lorw. 
Hymeneos . *li§medo. 
x65 Hyranus . laus . .carminum. 
x66 HyuQ noctumum . monstrum . 
similis . cani. 

lam duduw . pridem. 

laspis . nomen. gemmae. 

lacea . iactare. 
5 lapix . felox. 

lacturas . damnis. 

lacit. mittit^ 

laculum . telum. 

laspix . uentus. 
lo laram . diaconus. 

lactus . iactatus . casus. 



9 

I 



bices . *fii-gengaet 
Iconisma . infago 
Icist . hie. 
[5 Ictus . percussuit. 



I 



dinomen . heretici. 
Idem . hoc. 

Id metuens . hoc timens. 
Idioma . propietas . linguae. 
2o Idicon . proprium. 
Idiota . ignanis. 



> 



Idem . ipse . iste. 
Iditun . transilitor. 
Idumea" . terrena. 
as Idoneus . *oxstaelde. 

Iden tidem^ . iterum . atqt^ . ite- 
ru»». 



I 



(34^**) JLgni sacrum 

Igitur . itaque. 

Ignita . ignea. 
30 Ignouit . ueniam dedit. 

Ignauus . piger . tardus. 

Ignosce . parce. 

Ignarus . inscius*. 

Igrius . orbis . circulus. 
35 Ignarium . *aalgeperc. 

Ignauus . inefEcax. 

Ignobilis . sine dignitate^ 

Ignitior . ardentior. 

lir . semis . palma. 



Oman 



I 



40 jLeortasticai . perite. 
lecit . expulit. 
lezrahel . nom^n dei. 
lerion . sacerdotale. 



I 



lia . * mid hridir. * niot^an peard . 
hype. 
45 Ilium . uiscera. 
Ilicet . scilicet 
Ilia, troia. 
Ilibus . uisceribt^. 
Ilicet . qt^si relicet. 
so Illic . *^anan. 

Iliacis . campis . troianis . campig 
Illinc . inde . deinceps . ex inde. 
Iliacus . troianus. 
Imus . altus . notissimus . nouis- 
simum. 
55 Immunis . mundus. 



^ The first i is written above the line. 
^ MS. Idumia, but the second i altered to e, 
' There is an erasure between the n and t, 
* The u added above the line. 
^ ni added above the line. 



GLOSA. I 56—1 136 



66 



Iroinant* . facient. 
Imbricibas . *})aec.tigilum. 



I, 



.nsolescere' . crescere. 

Inermis . distitutus. 
6o Initia . egestas. 

Ingerit . inferit. 

Inpulor . ortator. 

Intemuntius . in^^rpraes . mediu& 

(35**) Inpluraberis . inuocaberis. 
65 Incursatione . in impetu. 

Inpertit . iDpendit. 

Inlicis . indiciis. 

Interclusit . inpediuit. 

Incursantibus . festinantibus. 
70 Incentores . stimulatores. 

Inoentiua . stimulatrix. 

Inormes . ingentes. 

Inspuri . incerti. 

Inergumenos.*podan. 
75 Incestus . coitus . sanguinis. 

In canalibus . in angustiis . locis. 
^ Indruticans . *praestende'. 

Inians . *gredig. 

Inpetigo . *teter. 
80 Inextricabilis . *untosliten. 

Inceniae . nou^ . aedificationes . 
tabemaculorum. 

Insimulat . accussat. 

Infastior . inf elicior. 

Insolentia . inquietudo. 
85 In^ ecideis . inferreis . ligno. 

Tnfixis . et curbis . interra positis. 

In metallo . in caroere. 

Inluuies . secundarum . *hama . 
in quo fit . paruuluB. 

Inoommodum . *unbryce. 
90 Intercalares . dies . interpositio. 

Indigenes . per habundantiaTii . 
frugum . indigesta . inlioebra. 

Insolens . superbus. 

Inminere . instare. 

Inibitum . prohibitum. 
95 Infusceretur . priuaretur. 



(35*^) Inprouisu . ^feringa. 

Infestatio . *unlio^upacnis. 

Infula . *uueorSmynd. 

Inremotis . insecretis. 
100 Inf estissimo . nooentissimo. 

Inminente . *aet peosendre. 

Increpescit . flamroa . concrescit . 

Intestinum . intimum . uA domes- 
ticum'. 

Inexpertum . probatum 
105 Incursat . infestat. 

Infestus . *gemenged. 

Insidias . furta belli. 

Indegina . indegenitu& 

Insegniter . innobiliter. 
xxo Ingesta . *ondoen. 

Inola . *eolene. 

Insolescentibus . superbientibt«8. 

Intestinum . *J>earm. 

Infestauit . uastauit. 
1x5 Interamen . *innifli. 

Increpuit . insonuit. 

Infula . uitta . quaedam . digni- 
tatis . quo . utuntur . manichei. 

Indeginus . qui in eodem loco 
ubi nascitur . habitanit. 

Instites . *suet$elas. 
X20 Index . testis. 

Insectari . insequL 

Infima . *niol. 

Intexunt . *pundun. 

Inlex . *tyctendi. 
X35 Indicit . ccmiungit. 

Interim . *))ra^a 

Increpitans . *hleo})rendi. 

Interdiu . tempus . interdiem . et . 
noctem. 

Infestus . *flacli. 
130 Indit . inserit 

(35^) Interceptum . *arasad. 

Interceptio , *raepsung. 

Indeptus . adsecutus. 

Infandum . * manful. 
X35 Inlecebris . *tychtinguw. 

Ingratus . *lad. 



^ tn on an erasure. * e« on an erasure. 

* MS. adds an i above the line, between A and e. 

* No. 85 and 86 make one gloss, but they are written separately m the MS. 
' The U added above the line. 

CG. 5 



66 



GLOSA. 1 137—1 208 



Incuda *onfilti. 

Incola caltor . in terra aliona 

Inritatus . ^gegremid. 
X40 Inhiebant . prohibebant. 

Incitamenta . *tyhtinne. 

In merothece . in domo . ungen- 
torttw. 

In prostibulo . in domo . fomi- 
cana. 

Insultans . ridendo* . contradi- 
cens. 
X45 Intriuis . in tribus . u]& 

Interasile . interana . glyffa. 

In tula . *uualhpyTt. 

Inprobus . *gemah. 

Ingruerit.*onhrio8et5. 
150 Inruena . *berende*. 

Intractabilis^ . *unlio})upac. 

Inmunes . *orceas. 

Indidit . inposuit. 

In coniectura . in indicio. 
155 Ineptias . res uanas. 

Increbruit . diifamatus. 

Infactus^ . non f actus \ 

Incubat . insedit. 

Interiora . penetraUa. 
160 Interdicit . interminat. 

Inultus . non uindicatus. 

Inlectus . fallaciis . circtem uentus 

Inditum . institutum. 

Intempestiuum . non oportunum 
tempus. 
165 Inluuies . squalor . sordis. 

(35^^) Intemperantia . leuitas . au- 
dacia. 

Inprocinctu* *in?5egnunga 

Insuper . ualde . super. 

Iniit . incoat. 
170 Iners . piger. 

Industrius . studiosius. 



Incestare . maculare. 

Intercepit . *r§fsde. 

Intercepit . *fomoom 
Z75 Insignia . darus. 

Ineluctabile . contra quod nemo 
luctare . potest. 

Inrogat . inferit. 

Interoessum interdictum 

Intemperies . aurarum . mutatio. 
180 Iniurium . iniuriosum. 

Inspicare . faces . diuidere. 

Indemnis . sinedamno. 

Indagat' . inuestigat. 

Incaluit . ualdeferuit. 
Z85 Interlitus . interlinitus. 

Interceptum . est . *raefsit . paes. 

Insimulatione . *feringe. 

Inpendebatur . *geben paes. 

Infitiandi . negandL 
Z90 Interpellare . *raefsit. 

Industria . *geomis. 

Intempesta . nocte . media nocte. 

Intempestiua . intemperata opor- 
tuna. 

Inpendebat . *salde. 
X95 In dies crudesceret . *aforht'. 

Intransmigrationem . * infoer- 
nisse. 

Iners *e8uind . *asolcen. 

In quis . in^ quilyus, 

Interuentu . *))ingunge. 
900 Inpuberes . inberbes. 

Inlectus . *getyhtid. 

Inpubes . puer . inberbes. 

(36**) Intercessisse . interire. 

Interlitam . *bismiride. 
ao5 Inpactae . *onligenre. 

Indigestae. *unobercumenre. 

Innitentes . *pi5erhlingende 

Indolem . iuuentutem. 



1 MS. ridendendo, with seoond den marked for erasure. 
' Distinctly so written in the MS. 

* li added above the line. 

* The c added above the line. 

^ Second c added above the line. 
^ The first a*added above the line. 
7 The ^ on an erasure. 
^ n added above the line. 



GLOSA. I 209—1 287 



67 



losolesceret . *oberuuenid& 
aio Inpulsore . *baedendre^ 

Infractus . ^ungeuuemmid. 

Inopimum . ^onasaedde. 

Inditas . *dagesettan. 

Infid . *gemengde. 
:,i5 Inuiolatum . inpraesumptum. 

Index . *tacnendi . *torctendi. 

Inposterem . *bisuuicend. 

luterprimores . *bitun aeldrum. 

Intercapido . * first . maera 
920 Inopinato . insperato. 

Insolens . *foruueued. 

Infando . nefando. 

Incuria . *inmaeSla 

In cdlleum . in follem . bobiili- 
num . et . aliter . machina . corir 
texta . et . bitumine lita. 
225 Incuba . *maere. 

Ineditissima . altissima. 

Inabstrusa . insecreta. 

In mimo . *in gliope. 

Inuisus . *lath. 
230 Increpitans . insonans. 

Inuident . scident. 

Inluuies* . sordes. 

Institutor . negotiator. 

In estiuo . cenaculi . *ypi)e . ubi 
per . estatem . frigus . captant. 
235 Inuolucus . *uulluc. 

(SG***) Inuoluco . *uudubinde 

InfaustuB . inperitus. 

Ingmentia . inminentia. 

Insilitus . Dobilis . clams. 
240 Intercalat , intermittit. 

Interpola . reprobata. 

Ingnierit . inpetu. 

Inculcat . insinuat. 

Inqi^ilini . ooloni. 
245 Inqt^ilinis . *genaeot. 

In occasum . in finem. 

Inquiens . inpatieDS. 



Inlidit . inpingait. 

Inlecebrum' . indesertum 
250 Incabet . manet. 

Inpendere . soluere. 

In capissendo . in accipiendo. 

Instinctu . inaccessu. 

Inuisere . uisitara 
255 In abductionem. in oppreasionem. 

Intentio . tenor . status. 

Insolentione . intemperantia^ 

Inpeosum . inpertitum. 

Intentant . minantur. 
260 Indolis . *hyhtful iiel *5iendi. 

Interpolat . diuidit. 

Inpetuunt . pugnant. 

Infrunitas' . indigestaa 

Intemodia . artns. 
265 Inferiae . sacra . mortuorum. 

Intibus . genua . holeris. 

Inedia . famis. 

Infridat . *kaelit$. 

Iniuum iniuriam. 
270 Inedia . stupore" . dentium". 

Intestabilis . sine fide . testium. 

(36^) Indolis . spes'^ uirtutis bonae 

Inoestum . crimen impie commis- 
sum cum sorore aut filia uel 
oognata. 

Inponit . intentat 
275 Inuectus . ambulat - 

Inbreuia . inaccessabilia. 

Incumberc . superruere. 

Inficise . infiase. 

Incute inmitte. 
280 Inmoderatus . inpatient 

Inlustrat . glorificat. 

Inflase . minor se. 

Inprobat . obicit. 

Infitior . nego. 
285 Intemperantia . leuitas . audacia. 

Induperator . imperator. 

Intercalcat . intermittit. 



^ The second d added above the line. 

^ Second u added above the line. 

^ I added above the line. 

^ The first n added above the line. 

'^ MS. infninitus, but second u snbpuncted and a added above it. 

* So in MS. for stupor edentium. 

7 MS* has accent over the e. 

5 



—2 



i 



68 



GLOSA. I 288—1 367 



Interpolauit . interrupit. 
Inconsuetare . insolenter inuadere. 
290 Inposterio . postea. 
Intermina . interiecta. 
Inalator . inspirator. 
Inpertit . luui^ . uel multis. 

Inuectussum . inueni. 
S95 Incessum . ingressnm. 

Indere . inserere. 

Inqmtis . dicitis. 

InpanteDsium . potestate . elatus. 

Inruit . *rae8de. 
300 Inripere . serpere, 

Inergumenis . demonibus. 

Incilat . uitare . exprobrat. 

Inbit . miluus . cam uocem . emit- 
tit. 

Inflictu . inpactu. 
305 Inferiae . placatio . inferomm. 

Infimus . interius. 

(36^**) Infidens . infisor. 

Inplurat . inuocat. 

Incimabulum . iDsignis . infantiQ. 
3x0 Intempestum . intemperatum. 

Inlibare . infundere. 

Incursati . turbati. 

Inrequiuit . prouocauit. 

Innitimur . inplicamur. 
315 Inolescit . iungit. 

Indens . inserens. 

Inpendit . super . eminet 

Insuescit . extra . consueuit'. 

Innectitis . inuolutis. 
390 Inferiae . quae mortuis . mittuntur. 

Inolescere . crescere. 

Innixus . incumbens. 

Indipiscitur . adipiscitur. 

Inadfectione . inuoluntate 
335 Infesus . infestus. 

Inscitia . rusticitas. 

Insitum . inseminatum. 

Indigetes" . dii patres . romano- 
rum. 



Inous . indbus. 
330 Incuria . neglegentia. 

Inter rex . designatus . rex. 
Inauspicatus . sine questione . 
auspicale. 

Infitia . mendacium. 

Inmunit . ualde munit. 
335 In latumis . in carceribus. 

IntomuB . interius. 

Infestissimo . nocentissimo. 

Inat. aperit. 

Inconsissis . firmis. 
340 Interpolata . reprobata. 

Inlauare . infruere. 

Inorma . plus . aforma. 

(37**) Inuestis . sine barba. 

Indidem exindedat. 
345 Intercusus . hydropicus. 

Intercus . hydrops. 

Instrumentum . nouum et uetus . 
testa mentum. 

Inueterare . callide . malitiose. 

Indere . scribere . taxare. 
350 Inobliuit . innotuit. 

Intresio . insinuo. 

Inpingit . *smat . *gemaercoda 

Incaulas . incancellatas. 

Indicibilis . inenarrabilis. 
355 Inuolem . originem. 

Ingenua . libera. 

Inserta . inseminata. 

Indubiae . indumenta. 

Indoluit . multum doluit 
360 Insauciabilis . qui uulnerare . non 
'potest 

Inpopulabile . iulesum. 

Inlibat . non cediat^ 

Incentor . *tyhtend*. 

Infessisti . intulistL 
365 Inferaces . inf ructiueras. 

Interuallum . inter murum et fos- 
satum. 

Incantata . *gegaelen. 



1 So in MS. for uel nni. 

> Insuescit, extra oonsuetudine effaoit, OloBsar. LaU , ed. G. F. Hildebrand, p. 181. 

3 MS. indigetis, bat the last i altered into «.- 

^ See Olossarium Latinam, ed. G. F. Hildebrand, p. 177. 

^ The d is written above the n. 



1 



QLOSA. I 368 — I 445 



69 



Incantatores . *galdriggan. 
Infestationes . *tionan. 
370 Indecorum . foedum . inhones- 

turn. 
Intestinum . domesticuTTi . tt^l ci- 

uile . bellum. 
Inundat . plenum est 
Intercapidine . *ginnis8e. 
Instar . magnitudo . similw 
375 Inpetendum . persequendum. 
Inundatio . *gyte. 
Inque . etiam. 
(37*^) Incurrus. ♦ongong. 
Incusa . reqt^ire. 
380 Instrumentum . qttod instruat. 
Iniiexuosus . quod penitus* . non 

flectitur. 
Infitetur . non fatetur. 
Intemperius . inmederatio' . sine 

tempora mento". 
Inlecebra . ab inliciendo . ac sedu- 

cendo. 
385 Ingluuies . gula. 

Indicium . documentum. 
Incentiuum . inritamentum. 
Innuba . quae null! . nubit. 
Incompti . inconpositi. 
390 Inops . pauper . sine ope. 
Inconditus . inconpositus. 
Inexorabilis . qui nuUis • preci- 

hus flectitur. 
Infandum . non loquendt^m. 
Introrssum^ . introuersum. 
395 Infanticulus . latinum est. 
Insontem . innocentem. 
Intemuntia . mediatrix. 
Inpendium . erogatio. 
Inepte . inutile. 
400 luf estus . molestus. 
Inbuit . *onreod. 
Infltiae . negationes. 
Inpetrat . accipit. 
Indultum . donatum. 
405 Indutiae . interuallu97i. 
Industias . spatia. 



Indutium . spatium 

Infastum . ^sliden. 

Inruptio . ♦ongong. 
410 Innixus . *strimendi. 

Incanduit . ^auueoU. 

Ineptus . *gem^id 

Intrinicio . ♦forsliet. 

Insirtim . *iusondgepearp. 
4x5 Inprouisus . ante non uisus. 

Inuitor . ♦onhlingo*. 

Inficio . ♦blondu. 

(37^) In propatulo . in pu- 
plico. 

Ineptia . stultitia. 
430 Infula . *uyrSo. 

Inmoratur ♦punat. 

Infectum . *geblonden. 

Inperimente . inponente. 

Inlustare . saliendo . inludere. 
435 Infulae . uittae . sacerdotum. 

Inexpiabile . quod non pot . est . 
expiare. 

Indomitus . *pilde. 

Inulte . indefensus. 

Inpensum inmensum. 
430 Iniit consilium . coepit . consi- 
lium. 

Inbecillis . linguidus. 

Inpensus . inportunus. 

Indefferens . paratus . sine . dila- 
tione. 

Insignit . deoorat. 
435 Infamis . sine honore. 

Inclitum . sanctum . praeclarum. 

Intercapido . interiectio . t&mr 
poris. 

Inertis . inutilis. 

Inderet . insereret. 
440 In remotis . in secretis. 

Iniere . retinere . conpescere. 

Instincta . *onsuapen. 

Inperitat . iudicat . uA frequen- 
ter . imperat. 

Inormia . maxima. 
445 Incursantes . incurrentes. 



^ The ni are added above the line. 

3 Distinctly so written in the MS. 

' Distinctly so written and divided in the MS. 

* The second r added above the line. 

B u added above the line between g and 0. 



70 



GLOSA. I 446 — ^I 511 



In orbitate . in amisione . caco- 
rum. 

Inlectus . prouocatus. 

Incessit . incurrit. 

Inepti . adqt(isiti. 
450 Inenodabile . quae solui . non pot- 
est. 

Integerrimus . de integritate. 

Incessere . inpugnare. 

Inoentiua . cupiditas. 

(37**^) In uestibulo . in ingressu. 
455 Inhibentibus . prohibentibus. 

Intrans.meabili . *unoferfoer6. 

Inergiae . uanitates« 

In edito . in alto. 

Inclamitans^ . sepe' clamo^. 
460 Inbellem . ♦orpige. 

Intemicium . beUum . dicier, quo 
nullus . remanet . *utcualm. 

Incidere . inpetere. 

Infit . inquid. 

InuluB . *hindcaelf. 
465 Incatamo . ^inb^ce. 

Initiatum . *gestoepid. 

In pauone . in fai*etro" . eius . pro- 
pio. 

In uaticano . proprit^m nomen 
loci. 

Intimandum . *to cyt$enne. 



I, 



I 



470  oluerunt . manserunt. 

loatham . domini . consunimatio. 

lordanis . discessio . eorum. 

lob . dolens. 

Iota . *sochtha. 
475 loram . diaconus. 

lolia . specula. 

locista . qui uerbis . iocatur. 

loram . os . aperiente. 

louem . ♦]?uner. 



480 JLperbolicus . superbus. 

Iperbolicus^ nimius. 

Iris . arcus. 

Ironia' . mendax . iocus. 

Ira . repentina^ 
485 Iris . arcus . caelestis. 

Ir . mediatos . palmi^ 

Irridabant . *tyhton. 

Iracundia . diuturna. 

Irritum . ♦forhogd . inanem. 



I 



490 jLsic . *laex. 

Isca . *tyndrin. 

Iscit . hie. 

Istic . ♦uueSer. 

Istinc . de isto . loco. 
495 Isignit . ornat. 

Istuc . ♦hider. 



I 



.tore . montane. 
Itane . ita uiro. 
Itenerarium . iter. 
500 Itane . putas . sic. 



I 



(38**) I ugum . seruitus . capti- 
vit<i8. 

luga . summae . latorum . mon- 
tium . port^. 

lubilum . nubilat. 

lure . iuste. 
505 luuencus . taurus. 

luuat . dilectat. 

luiis . consultus . iuris . peritus. 

luniperum . similis . taxo. 

luglantes . quasi . ioues . glandes. 
sto lungetum . *risc?Jyfel. 

luuauit . dilectauit. 



^ Second n added above the line. 

^ MS. joins the two words. 

* MS. feretro, but first « snbptincted, and a written above it. 

^ The u is added above the line. 

B The glosses 483 and 484 are added at the foot of the page, with the usual 8 (by 
the side of gloss 485) and 11 (by the side of the glosses to be inserted), as marks of 
reference. 



GLOSA. I 512 — L 61 



71 



lurisperiti . ♦redboran. 

lusiurandum . iuratio. 

lugulat . mactat . oocidit. 
515 lugis . montibus. 

lurgat . litigat. 
^---^gia . continua. 

luTgium . rixa. 

lugarat . coniunxerat. 
S20 Tubilum . sibiluni . laudis. 

lubar . ♦earendel. 

lugiun . ♦cnol. 

lunctura . ♦foeging. 

lugabouum . 'U'X . boues. 
535 lumperum^ . gemis . ligni. 

luuentus . ♦midferh. 

luuentus . inultitudo . mnenvmi, 

luuenalia . et iuuenilia . unum est. 

luuentas . ipsa . aetas. 

530 luncus . *risc. 

531 lubar . *leonia. 



L 



na- 
nomina . 



lacenosa . uulnerata. 
Lanioses . qui berbices . incidunt. 
Lanugo . prima . capilla . tio . bar- 
bae . quasi . asimilitudine . lanae. 
Labrum . ♦segn. 
5 Lar . domuB . honesta. 
Lautumiae . carceres. 
(38*^) Laqaearia . tabulae . sub 

trabibus. 
Laturus . daturus. 
Laterculus . codex . membra 
ticius . illic . sunt 
promotorum. 
xo Lautum . mundu^n. 
Larbula . *egisgrima. 
Lasciuae . f eruidae. 
Lances . uasa . quibiM sacrificatt^r. 
Lamsta^ . magister . gladiatorum, 
15 Lacema . *haecile . vs\ *loSa. 
Laxhe' . *holor. 
Lanio . qui lacerat. 
Lanistae . gladiatores. 
Lacessit . ♦gremiS. 
9o Latericia . ex latere . facta. 



Laogoena . *crog. 

Laniuas . laniat. 

Lantema . uas . lucemae. 
• Lauticiae . munditiae. 
35 Lautumiae . uerbera. 

Latomi . lapidum . cessores. 

Laquearia . fenes . lucemae . id 
catenae . aureae. 

Lacunaria . aurata . camera. 

Lamia . dea . siluae . dtci^r ha- 
bens . pedes . similes . caballi . 
caput manus . et totum . corpus, 
pulchrum . simili . mulieris. 
30 Latrina . *genge . *groepe . atque 
ductus . cloacas. 

Laudae . *laurice. 

Lacessitus . *gegremid. 

L^xiua . *laeg. 

Lacesso . *8uto. 
35 Laqitear . ♦first . hrof. 

Lanx . *heolor. 

Lanucar . *flode. 

Labos . labor. 

(38^) Lactuca . ♦jjuSistel. 
40 Lacunar . *hebenlius. 

Laguncula . uasa . fictilia. 

Lancis . mensuratio. 

Lapanas . taberna. 

Lapatium . *lelodrae. 
45 Lacerta . *a5exe. 

Laser . holus. 

Las domus. 

Laris . ignis. 

Latus. minor. . 
50 Larus . *meau. 

Labrusca . arida . uba. 

Lacerti . murices . in brachis. 

Lampades . faces. 

Lappa. *clibe. 
55 Latus . nauis. 

Latex . ♦bume. 

Lacinosum . panhosum. 

Lancinat . bellicat. 

Laris . terra . profunda. 
60 Lares . dii . domesticii. 

Larem . ignem. 



^ DistiQctlj BO written in MS. 

^ Seems a corruption for lanx. The Epinal Glossary has : laxhe, olor; the Erfurt 
Glossary: laxe, clor. See below L 86; Leo, Angeltdehs, Glossar, col. 424 (54, 55); 
Bosworth-Toller's Dictionary, voce heolra. 



72 



GLOSA. L 62— L 182 



Labes. macula. 

Lantemum . &nuai. 

Lanugine . lana . supra . poma. 
65 Lauema . ferramenta . latronum. 

Lata . data. 

Lasciuia . uoluntas . camis. 

Lauescit . fortunam . p^rdidit 

Larba . umbra . exerrans. 
70 Lauema . dea . furum. 

Lacertu97i . brachium. 

Lapicedina . locus . ubi . ceditu . 
lapia 

Laticis . liquoris. 

Latibulum . defensaculum. 
75 Lanistarum . camificum. 

Latur. ♦Satur^ 

Latescere . latere. 

Labitur . lubricat'. 

(38^^) Latericia . ex lutere*^ . facta. 
80 Laena . *rift. . 

Labat . *peagat. 

Latebra . locus . occulta. 

Labo . titubo . nuto. 

Lana. *uul. 
85 Latrina . secessum. 

Lautissime . habunde. 

Laquearia . *firste. 

Latex . aqua . quae latet . in uenis. 

Laciniosum . laceratum. 
90 Latratus . *bercae*. 

Laudariulus . ^frecmase. 

Lautuminia . custodia. 

Ladascapiae . briensis . id est 
♦hcndpyrw* 

Latona . apoUonis . et dianse 
mater 
95 Lantema . *leht faet. 

Lacessere . *gremman. 

Lactescit . exasperat . prouocat 
iLel frequenter lacerat . detra- 
hit'^ . maledicit. 



L 



lenones . uenenosi . suasores. 

Lepidus . urbanus. 
100 Lepor . ♦pooS. 

Lebes . ♦huer. 

Lebetas . ollas. 

Lenones . conciliatores . meretri- 
cum. 

Lema . palus. 
105 Lena . sagum. 

Lesus . offensus. 

Lenta . tarda. 

Lenocinantes . conciliantes. 

Leuem . f ormonsum. 
xzo Lenta . *toh. 

Lepus . iucundus . pulcher. 

Lecebra . seductio . occulta. 

Leuum . ccmtrarium. 

Lexis . pausatio. 
IZ5 Leuiathan . serpens. 

Lex pausans. 

Lenocinium . *tyhten. 

(39«*) Legit . coUegit . ♦lisit. 

Legerat . coniunxerat. 
120 Letamen . uirus. 

Lembum . *listan. 

Legula . ^gyrdils . hringe. 

Lembus . breuis . nauicula. 

Lenticulum . didtur . uasculum . 
aereum . olei . modicum . quad- 
rangulum . in latere . apertum . 
aliniendo . dictum. 
135 Lenam . pallam. 

Lepidum . uoluntarium. 

Lendina . *hnitu^ 

Lentis . legumen. 

Lembum . purporeum . uestimen- 
tum . in imo . abet . clabatum. 
130 Leuir . ♦tacur. 

Legio. ui* milia. 

Leuigatis . natantibus^ 



^ This word is distinctly so written in the MS. But is it A..S.? 
^ After this gloss, a hand of the end of 9th or beginning of 10th cent, has written 
at the foot of the column : Lithos. Lapis. 
3 Distinctly so written in the MS. 
* MS. baercae, bat first a subpnncted. 
^ The h has been added above the line. 

^ MS. hntn, and rd added above the line, probably for hnitu, not hniutu. 
7 Some letter has been erased between t and n, and the second a is added above the line. 



QiWSA. L 133 — L 204 



73 



Lectidiclatum . *ge))uonieflete. 

Lens lentis . genus . leguminis. 
135 Lepus . lepom . *liara. 

Lesia . paradisti^. 

Lectus . ab electis « et mollibas . 
herbis. 

Lentum uimen . *tohg§rd. 

Lenotoga . dupleic . uestis . I'egia. 
140 Lemurium ^ . dies . festus . latitiae. 

Leno . qui puellas . conparat . in 
prostibulo. 

Leuis . inberbis. 

Lenooinium . habitatio . meritri- 
(ywm. 

Legat . testamento . donat. 
145 Legat . mittit. 

Lego . congrego. 

Lenticula . *piose. 

Lexos' . dictiones. 

Leptis . filia . fratris, 
ISO Lesta . ♦borda. 

Lectica . qua . consules. portantt^r. 

Lermentum . species . quaelenit . 
ut lima. 

Lemociniat . conciliat. 

Lembus . nauis . piraticus. 
Z55 Lenirent* ^afroebirdun. 



L 



(39*^) JLiinionis . fiUs. 

Libae . africanus. 

Linebat . non liniebat . dicen- 
dum . quia . lino . liniuit. 

Limbum . girum . circuitum. 
x6o Limpha . aqua. 

Ligones . '^meottucas'. 

Libare . degustare . tenere. 

Libramentum . libratio. 

Libumices . *gerec. 
165 Libor . *uuaai. 

Lixiones . aquarum . portitores. 

Lictores . ministri . consulum. 



Litotes . duo . negatiua . unum ad- 
firmant. 

Ligustrum . *hunig . suge. 
Z70 Liuida . toxica . *t$a ponnan . aetri- 
nan. 

Liquentes . *hlutre. 

Lien. *milte. 

Liberalitas . humanitas\ 

Liminium . diuinum . seruitium. 
Z75 Lidoria . uituperatio. 

Litura . aliniendo. 

Libertabus. "^frioletan. 

Liciatorium . "^hebelgerd. 

Liticen . qui cum . lituo canit. 
z8o Limax . "^snegl. 

Licett^r de pretio . contenditur. 

Liqttidum . splendidum'. 

Lituus . tuba. 

Libor . inuitia. 
185 Liberalis . largus. 

Liberdialeptis .liber.disputationis. 

Liquoris . res . liquidse, 

Librat . examinat . trutinatum. 

Libor . macula . corporis. 
190 Litare . sacrificare. 

Linquid . peccauit 

Libat . f undit. 

Liquitur . labitur. 

Lidiae . et . ruria tuscia. 
195 (39^) Liniamentum . species . 
quaelinit . ut fila 

Linimenta . figurae. 

Limus . humus. 

Limphaticus . ^poedendi. 

Licentem . lititer. 
300 Lituus . *cryc. 

Limis . finis . terminus. 

Liberales . litteras . qui liberi tan- 
tum . legunt. 

Liquitur . fluit. 

Liber ^ a* . cartice . dicitur . quia 
ueteres in cortice . scripserunt. 



^ MS. lemoriam, but the a marked for erasure, and u written above it. 
^ A later hand has added i above the line, between the x and 0. 

* MS. meottcas, with stroke over second t, which is nsnallj a contraction for ur, 

* MS. hmanitas, with u added above the line. 

* MS. spendidum, and I added above the line. 

* MS. joins the two words. 



u 



OLOSA. L 205— L 275 



805 Libertini . filii . seruorum . lib^o- 
torum. 

libauit . saciificat^i^. 

libauit . consumsit. 

litescere . latere. 

Idticines^ . comicines. 
2ZO Licidus . '^husBt 

Lixa . seruus. 

Liis . litis . alite. 

Litat . placat 

libertis . libertalmtf feminino . 
genera. 
3X5 Licitator . actionator. 

Idbrantes . arantes. 

Lixae . qiii . exercitum . secuntur. 
quaestus . causa. 

litui . tonnentu97i. 

lingurrit . lingit. 
aao Lincis . lupi . ceruari. 

Limuniae . laruae. 

lixa . gaJearia. 

lice . auctor . actioni . uenditor. 

liuido . amor . desiderium. 
235 Licitatio . ubi licet uendere . pu- 
plice. 

libitina . feretrum. 

linx . leopardus. 

lictores . qui faces . ante indices . 
ferunt. 

limpba . aqua. 
330 licitator . altionatur'. 

(39**^) linifator' . furiosus. 

Licetur . paciscitur. 

Libertus . *frioleta. 

lituos . signatur. 
33s Linter. *baat. 

lignorum . aggeribus. 

Lingula . ♦gyrdils . hringe. 

limis . finis. 

limus . *laam. 
340 Tinchini . lucemae. 

linquid . reliquid. 

Liquet . liquidepatet. 

limbus . *5res . *liste. 



liberalitas . ^roopnis. 
345 libertatem . fiduciam. 

libraries . uidi' . qui libros . scri- 
bunt 

Lihargum . •slaegu. 

Linea . ^paebtaeg. 

Licium . *hebeld. 
350 Licia . "^hebeld . 5red. 

lima . "^fiil. 

libuma . nauis. 

Lintris . nauicula. 

XJoica . rationales. 
355 Loliuw . *ate. 

Lotium . *lilond. 

Logus . grece ratio. 

Logion . pannis . exiguus. 

Lotum^ mors. 
360 Lobe . sorde. 

Lodix . *lo5a. 

Locusta . "^lopust. 

Loetalis . mortiferis. 

Logus . uerbum . siue . sermonis. 
365 Locuples . habundans. 

Leuem*^ . formonsum. 

Loetiferum . mortif erum. 

Longa iri^rcapidine . longo . in- 
teruallo. 

Longo . interuallo . ex longo tem- 
pore . (40**) Bed alocis.. tractum 
est inter murum . et f ossatum . 
locus . in medio . interuallum . 
dtc^r . hoc iam . tronslatum . 
est . ad tempus. 



L 



370  J uculum . uas . ligneum. 

Ludus . litterarum . scola legen- 
tium. 

Luscus . *an ege. 

Luridus . pallidus. 

Lucor. *freceo. 
375 Lurcones . ^siras. 



^ MS. liticinis, but the last t altered to e. With this gloss of. A 347 and 849*. 

' Distinctly so written in the MS. 

> So in MS. for oiri. 

^ So in MS., but e written over by the corrector. 

i^ So in MS., but written over the first e. 



QL08A. L 276 — U 6 



75 



Lusit . repellit. 

Lunulus . '^mene . scillingas. 

Lusus. luaitatatio^ 

Loxus . dilici^ . cnm lasduia. 
38o Lucif uga . qui tenebras . diligit. 

Lnstro . circum . spicio. 

Languens . ualde senex. 

Lupaoar . ubi meretrices . habi- 
tant. 

Luculentum . '^torhtnis. 
285 Lupea . meretrix . tt^l lupinaria. 

Lucubrantes . uigilantes. 

Lumbare . *gyi'dils ♦broec * 

Ludiscenici . partes . theatrt 

Ludilitterari . "^staefplagan. 
390 Lustrato . stipite . cirouito . ligno. 

Lutraos . *otr. 

Lucius . *haecid. 

Lupatis . '^bridelsum. 

Lucanica . '^mierh. 
295 Lucan . templum. 

Lurdus .-^lemphalt. 

Lupus.* brers'. 

Ludarius . ^steor. 

Lucumones . reges. 
300 Luitia . rosea. 

Luridam . luto . poUutam. 

Lustrum^ . inluminatio. 

Lucar . negotiatio. 

Lumbricus . *regnpyrm. 
305 (40*^) liutexim . crocei coloris. 

Lucar . uectigal . puplicum. 

Lussus irater mariti. 

Lucus . populares*. 

Lutus . genus . ligni. 
3ZO Lustrum . .u. annos. 

Lutuus . tuba. 

Luxoria . luxus. 

Lustrat . peragrat. 

Lustra . cubilia . f erarum. 
315 Luteum. *crohha. 



Luit . dat. 

Luperci . sacerdotes . lupercales. 

Luebant . luere . persoluebant. 

Ludibrium . dedecus^ 
390 Lubrioes . labiles. 

Lubricus . fallanx 

Lustrum . circuitum. 

Lustrat . circuit. 

Lucus . locus . nemorosus. 
325 Lupercal . *haerg. 

Luxurio . uerbum. 

Lues . morbus. 

Lumbus . *side. 

Luxerat . fleuerat. 
330 Luscinia . *naectegale. 

Luscinius . *forsc^ 

Lupus . *pulf. 

Lupa . *pylf. 

Lupinare . *uulfholu. 
335 LumbuloB . *lendebrede. 

Lupercalia . ipsa . sacra. 



L 



lymphatico. *poedendi. 
Lycisca . canis . ex lupa . et cane" 

natus". 
Lymbo . *?5resi. 
340 Lyeus . uinum . bachum. 

Lyneus . anguis. 
349 Lymbus . clauus . in ueste . regia. 



M, 



(40^) JLVJL*iiipulatim . *J?reat- 

melum. 
Malleolus . genus . fomenti . aput . 

persas. 
Malis . ora. 
Mancipauit . subdidit. 
5 Malleolus . sarmenta. 
Manticulare . fraudare. 



1 MS. lusitatio, and another to added above the line. 
' MS. breo, and added above the line between r and e. 
' MS. bres, and r added above the line between e and 8, 

* MS. Instram, bnt the a marked for erasion, and u written above it. 
^ MS. popolaris, but the i altered into e. 

* The second e on an erasure. ^ The s has been added above the line. 
> MS. joins these two words. 



76 



OLOSA. M 7 — ^M 79 



Marasmon . corium . adherens . 
OBsibus. 

Mancus . '^anhendi. 

Maforte . '^scjfla. 
lo Manes. deae\ 

Maceria . lapis . tantum., 

Machinatur . malum . cogiter. 

Machinatio . dolor . excogitatio. 

Maturat • urguit . acce lerat*. 
IS Manna . quid est hoc. 

Manica. ^glof. 

Manile . *lebil. 

Mandragora . fructus . similis . 
pomi. 

Manitergium . *lin. 
so Margo ."^obr. 

Malagma . ^salf. 

Manty rium . modicum . oratorium. 

Manubiae . res . manu . captae. 

Malus . "^apuldur. 
25 Martyr . t^is. 

Mandras . '^eouuistras. 

Maoeratus . "^J^reatende. 

Manasses . obliuio. 

Mastigium . "^suiopan. 
9o Manubium . *paelreaf. 

Mansyr . Ulius . meretricis. 

Manticum . "^hondfulbeopes. 

Masca . "^grima. 

Mascus . '^grima. 
35 Marsopicus . *fina. 

Marsuppia . "^ceodas. 

Marruca . "^snegL 

(40^*>) Maiales . *bearug. 

Mango. *mengio'. 
40 Maulistis . "^scyend. 

Mastice . *huit cudu. 

Malua . * hocc . * cottuc . uel * gear- 
pan leaf. 

Marubium*.*biopyrt , Tiel *hune. 



45 Massa . *clyne. 

Mapalia. *byre. 

Magistratus . senatus. 

Mango . negotiator. 

Mars . martis . "^tiig. 
50 Mas . maris . amaritado . dictum^ 

Made . aspersus . unguento. 

Madit . humidum est. 

Marcidus . grauatus . lassatt^s. 

Manubla . iteratio . doctrinae. 
55 Manua . manipula. 

Mantica . bis . acuta. 

Mannolus . caballus . buricus. 

Matella . genus . uasorum . ubi . 
antiqui . mingebant. 

Masitat . manet 
60 Mala . poma. 

Mandauisit . mandarit 

Mafortiam • res . quae ad ma. 
fortem . pertinet. 

Mappalia . tentoria papilionis. 

Mampularis' . dux • qui reget 
exercitum. 
65 Mastruca . cocula . depellibus • 
siue . depilibus. 

Manuale . uorarium 

Marsus . incantator . serpentium. 

Malachia . mollities. 

Matalis' . pecus . pingues. 
70 (41^) Manet alta . manet . intra 
sensum penitus . conlocatti^. 

Marisie^ est . masculus. 

Malle . uelle. 

Matertera . soror matris. 

Manubium . hoatium . spolia 
75 Mandibula . apta . ad manduca?^ 
dum, 

Mandit manducat. 

Mandet commasticat. 

Machinantem . struentem. 

Manatio . fluentia. 



Matrix . *qui5a. 

% Prol Znpitza read dede^ and hence this gloss appears as A.S. in Wiiloker's Voca- 
buUmea, 31. 25. It is possible to read the drd letter as d, but the more obvious reading 
is a ; henoe deae. See Hildebrand's Glossar. L(tt.t p. 205. 

' There is an erasure between aoce and lerat. 

' The has been added above the t. 

* MS. Mubiom, and iM' added above the line. 

* So in MS. for manip-. 

* So in MS. for malalis. 



OLOSA. M 80 — ^M 157 



77 



8o Maturius . cito . uelocifer. 

Magalia . *byre. 

Mas . masculus. 

MaculoBum . notis . plurimis . ua- 
Tvu/m. 

Madere . humida loca sanguine. 
85 Macilentus . ^gefaested. 

Mantilla . mappae . uellosae. 

Mallo . magis . nolo 

Manipulus . directus. 

Marsupium . saoellufii. 
90 Mallim . uellim. 

Manere . *bidan. 

Mallo . magis . nolo 

Mansuaeuit . mansuetus . factus . 
est 

Madid am . ^obSaenit. 
95 Maritabatur . dominabatur. 

Magnetis . lapis . qui f errum . ru- 
pit 

Materia . massa. 

Madefacta . ^geuueted. 

Mdachim . regum. 
zoo Malefida . periculosa. 

Martyrium . testimonium. 

Manipulus . numeinis . militum . 
breuis. 

Marcor . languor. 

Marcuet . languet. 
105 Magnificus . magna . fiiciens. 

(41^) Macies . exilitas . corporis. 

Mauens^ . durans. 

Manes • infemi. 

Manachus . singulariter. 
110 Mansitare . manere. 

Mauult . magis uult. 

Machinamenta . ^ort^onc. 

Maturauimus . festinauimua 

Mafortiam . urbem . romam. 
1 15 Mancipare . deseruire. 

Mancipatus . uinctus. 

Macte . gauda 

Mantega • *taeg. 

Magnanimitas . bonitas. 
I90 Mala punica . genus eat, pomorum. 

Malas . ^gebsias. 

1 So in MS. 

' Is this word A.S. ? It is not in the 
haps, a cormption of some other gloss. 



Macera . gladius. 
Manduco . manum . duoo. 

iVJ. eta . fnudn . inter proetatio. 
195 Mendacio . conposito . *gereg- 

nade. 
Metas . terminos. 
Meta . finis. 
Metrum . modium. 
Melotis . pellis . simplex . ex uno . 

latere . deperdens*. 
130 Melinus . color . nigrus. 
Medemnum . modios . uL 
Merepsica . unguentaria. 
Meloncolia . umor f ellis. 
Melopeus . carminis . factor. 
Z35 Medio . toUonium . medio . terra- 

neum 
Menstrum . defectio . lunae. 
Metas . rerum . fines . tempo- 

rum. 
Merotetes . domus . ungentorum. 
(41^) Metafora . translatio . re- 
rum. 
140 Meatim . meo more. 

Mecanicia . peritia . ue\ iahricsL 

rerum. 
Melarium . *mirc . *apuldur. 
Meatus . uenae . modicae. 
Merum . sinoerum. 
145 Mecenus . regiones . sunt. 
Meticulosus . metuendus. 
Medetur curat. 
Menstrua . a mense . dicta 
Menstruum . tempus . unius . 

mensis. 
ISO Melodium . ^suinsung. 
Metit . secat. 
Mesores . ametendo. 
Mercimonia . negotiationes. 
Medius . fidius . iuramenta pa- 

ganorum. 
155 Melito.meditor.*meadrobordan^ 
Meantes . ambulantes. 
Melos . cantatio . carminis. 

' MS. distinetlj deperdens, for dependens. 
Epinal, nor in the Erfart, MS., and is, per- 



78 



OLOSA. M 168 — M 228 



Meliuscula . feminnm . regit ge- 

ni(s diminutiae. 
Meliuscule . aduerbium . eat di- 

minutiue . sicut . bene . tiel 

male. 
x6o MergttluB . '^scalfur. 
Merx . *mertza 
Mereo . *groeto. 
Meio . minxi . amingente . dic- 
tum. 
Merx . mercis . amercando . non 

merces . niercedis. 
i6s Merula . *osl§. 
Megale . *hearma. 
Mergiteculmi . manipulos . spi- 

carum. 
Mentor . scluptor^ 
Metonomia . trans . nominatio. 
170 Meta . dictio . translata . apropria . 

significatione. 
(4P^) Metra . genus . unguenti. 
Mesopicatum . medium . pecca- 

turn. 
Melops . dulcis . sonus. 
Melopeum . dulce . conpositum. 
175 Messalia'. messor. 

Medius . fidius . deus sancttis . 

malaa . uertens. 
Merit . floret. 
Meat . mauat. 
Melopeus . quasi . carminis . 

&ctor. 
x8o Meapte . mea uoluntat«. 

Mercedarius . qui mercidem . dat 

pro labore . sibi . inpenso. 
Mergae . fustes . qt^ibus . messes . 

coliiguntur . uel corbi marini. 
Melfoben . musa . mane . mea . 

egrcco. 
Metitur . mensurat. 
185 Mensum . mensuratum. 
Meditus . medicator. 
Mergisso . callidus . murmura- 

tuw'. 
Mero . animo . simplici . flde . sin- 

ceritas. 



Memei me ipsutn. 
190 Melodiam mulcido . uel comi 
marini . uel oonuiuium. 

Meditullium . medio . loco. 

Merit . tnstatur. 

Medella . cura. 

Medentes . medici 
195 Medulla . *merg. 

Mestificum . meror . tristitia 

Mercurium . *poden. 

Mentagra . '^bituihn. 
" Merga * scraeb. 
900 Metncius . ^mederpyrhta. 



m 



.iluus . *glioda. 

Milium *miil. 

(42^) Minerba . pallas . id est. 
dea artium. 

Miriflllo . *gearpa 
905 Misitat . frequenter . misit. 

Mistice . sacrae . diuine. 

Mirum . in modum . supra mo- 
dum . mirum. 

Mimopora . *5eofscip. 

Milium . genus . leguminis. 
axo Mine . luna. 

Minet . eminet. 

Mimographus. histrionum. scrip- 
tor. 

Minax . iratus. 

Misellus . diminutftt^^z^i . miser. 
3x5 Milium . collarem . canis. 

Misicus . qui militiam . exhibet 

Minitatur . adsidue minats^r 

Misterium . sacrum. 

Minicus . ericius. 
320 Mire . magiflce 

Miuparones . genua . caraborum. 

Miserandum. horribile nefandum. 

Minaci . *hlibendri. 

Mitigat . sedat . temperat. 
335 Misuratio . mensura. 

Minitante . minaiite. 

Mitra . *haet. 

Milite . exercitu. 



^ MS. Bcuptor, and I above the line between the c and tf. 

' MS. mesalia, with 8 added above the e. 

' The Erfurt MS. reads : Mergisoo, callidus murmurator. 



GLOSA. M 229 — M 302 



79 



Migma . commixtum. 
330 Mitra . cinthium. 
Mimus . qui agit. 



M 



.onofealmoii . unum . ocu- 

lU7». 

Moysica . modulabilis. 

Moenia . mums. 
235 Molitur concitat. 

Mordefc . conpugit. 

Moles . uastitas ^ . magnitudo. 

Monumentum . memoria. 

(42*^) Monimentum . amoris . in- 
dicium. . 
340 Molares . denies . extrimi. 

Monimenta . testimonia. 

Momentum . ictum . temporum. 

Moderatus . rectus. 

Modulatio . dulcido. 
345 MoUes . uanL 

Molitur . disponit. 

Modulatio . mulcido. 

Monasterium . unitas. 

Monumentum . donum. 
350 Monogamia . singularis . nuptiae. 

Mordicoa . *bibitne. 

Molestissimum . *earbetlicust 

Monai*chia. ^anuualda. 

Morosus . fastidiosus . superbus. 
355 Modius . sextan. 

Modioli . ^habae. 

Morgit . *milcit 

Mosiclum . "^ragu. 

Momentum . *scytel. 
360 Morotonus . rigidus. 

Moenia' . superior . domus. 

Molibus . "^ormetum. 

Modemos . nouos. 

Mordacius . *clouae. 
^6s Monopolarius . qui* ibe* e8t\ 

Monupolium . pigmentarium. 



Morbidoisus . qui morbis . ha- 
bundat. 

Modulant . librant. 

Monstrum . def ormitas . membro- 
rum. 
370 Mouebor . *8tyri8. 

Mora . celsa . agresta 

Monarchus . singularis . rex. 

Monarcha . pugna . singulars 

(42^) Modulum . tropum. 
375 Morigeri . moribus . obedientes. 

Molire . aedificare. 

Molestus . iniuriosus. 

Monarchus . inperator. 

Modulamen . cantatio\ 
380 Modulator . cantat. 

Modus . modus . breuia 

Molitionibus . dispositiouibus. 

Monumentis . supplicis . sem- 
piterriis. 

Moles . ^falthing. 
385 Molosus . "^roShund. 

Molimen^ . dispositio. 

Monotalmis . luscis. 

Morenula. *eil. 

^osicum . *ragu. 
390 Moderari . regere. 

Monotonus . rigidus. 

Mora . *lieorotberge. 



M. 



ultimoda . multiplex 

Municeps . *burgliod. 
395 Munifica . *cystigan. 

Murica *gespon. 

Muste . frangat. 

Musicanter . leniter. 

Mulgatores . peremtores. 
300 Mulcauit . uinxit. 

Mutilum . pecus . diminutiuum . 
amuto. 

Murenula . *booL 



1 The first 8 has been added above the line. 

3 MS. menia, and added above the line between m and e. 

> The Erfurt MS. has pigmentarium. 

* MS. oantio, with ta added above the line. 

'^ MS. milimen, bat point below the first i and above it. 



80 



GLOSA. M 303 — ^N 4 



Mnnicipatum . principatnm. 

Murcus . curtus. 
305 Mutilanda . commouenda. 

Murice . indomatus. 

(42»»»>) Mulcare . calcare. 

Mulcatur . abono . separat. 

Mnsitat . pro timore . dubitat. 
310 Mucro . caput . gladii. 

Multatio . condemnatio. 

Muscns . genua herbae. 

Murra . et aloae . herbae . mint. 

Muluctra . *ceoldre. 
315 Munila . *baeg. 

Mulcet . producit. 

Munitus . circum datus. 

Multaui . magna . uirtute. 

Mimiceps . ciuis . municipiL 
330 Mulcat . grauiter . uexat 

Municeps . et . municipalis. unum 
est . id eat ciuis. 

Municipatus . ius. 

Munitoria . proecinctoria. 

Muscipula . ^muusfalle. 
3«5 Mutilat . contaminat. 

Mulcifer . ignis . quia omnia . 
mulcet . et dicUur . ulcanus. 

Mucro . *mece. 

Munidpium . ciuitas . modica. 

Murex . regalis . purpura. 
330 Multata . percussa. 

Munerum . dies . remunerationes. 
militum. 

Mugil . "^haeced. 

Munificentia . largitas. 

Mulsum . cum . melle . mixtum. 
335 Mustacia . *granae<. 

Musiranus . *screauua. 

Mustel a^ . *uueoBale. 

Mulio . ♦horstfegn. 

Mugil . *lieard . hara. 
340 Muria . faex olei. 

Mulgit.*milcit. 

(43**) Murex . murice . alapide. 

Mus . muris . *muus. 

Multabitur . ^uuitnath. 
345 Munifex . qui munus . iBuoit, 



Mutilat . murmurat. 

Munificus . honorificus. 

Munia . offida . militiae. 

Muginatur . causatur. 
350 Mulcet . lenit . friat 

MuiTat . murmurat . musat. 

Murice . ostro . purpura. 

Munia . aedificia. 

Mulcit . Unit. 
355 Murilium . ♦byrgen. 

Mutilat. retundit. 

Multifarius . multi . loquax. 

Musca. ^egesgrima. 

Multifariam . multiplicem. 
360 Muturat . urguit'. 

Mufex . munerarius. 

Munificentia . puplicum . opus. 

Multat . damnat . contaminat ce- 
dit. 

Munda . officia. 
365 Multatus . con demnatus. 

Mutilare . mutare. 

Multauit. condemnauit. 

Musica . *myrgnis. 

Multatur. occiditur. 
370 Mulcra . mulgarium . lacttg. 

Munifice . magnifice. 

Mulcere . mitigare. 

Mulcendis . reficiendis. 

Murratum . amarum. 
375 Murice. *purman. 

Musca. *flege. 

(43*^) Mutuli. minimi 

Murus . *braer. 



M 



.yrmicaleon . formicaleo . uel 
f ormicaru7/» . leo. 
380 Myro . uncxio . chrismalis. 
38X Myrtus . * uuir. 



N, 



auiter . studiose. 
Nauarcus . princeps . nauis. 
Naualis . campi . culturae . dediti. 
Kanctus . inuentus. 



^ One letter erased between I and a. 
3 MS. urgit, with u added above the i. 



OLOSA. N 6— N 74 



81 



5 Nausatio' . ^uulatunc. 

Nanctus sum . inueni. 

Nauus . Btrenuus. 

Kauigabilis . ut pontus. 

Nauiter . *hor8clice. 
zo Naumachium . locus . naualis . ex- 
ercitationis. 

Naumachia . uaus . templum . ma- 
chia , pugna. 

Naama. decor. 

Nando . natando. 

Kasturcium' . ^tuunc . ressa. 
15 Kaetcos . murus. 

Kario . subsannanis. 

Napta. "^blaec teoru. 

Nat . natat. 

Nardus . arbor. 
3o Naides . f ortium ' . nymphae. 

Nancisceretur . inueniretur. 

Nauale . proelium . pugna . mari- 
tima. 

Nabat . cogit 

Nauus. obsequeus^. impiger. 
35 Nauuu . celer . industrius . fortis. 

Natium . natura . legeiitium. 

Nantes . natantes. 

(43^) Nardus . genus . odons . op- 
timi. 

Nanciscitur . fruitur. 
30 Nauare . extremi . aliquid . facere 

Nauaretis . nomen nauigantibi68. 

Nauat . continuat. 

Napta. ♦tynder. 

Nauat . frangat. 
35 Naualis . res . ad naues . pertinens. 

Natrix . serpens . aquatict^^. 

Nardum . spicatum . species . nar- 
di . in modum . spicae . infusa . 
conticitur. 

Nauus . pumilio . *duerg. 

Nasciosus . qui plus . uespere . sa- 
pit . tiel uidit. 



40 Napis . ^naep. 

Nauita . nauigator. 

Natiuum . genitiuum. 

Nauare • strenue . officiunu 

Naumachium . pugna . naualis. 
45 Natalicius . munus . proemia . nar 
talis. 

Nazarei . * loocas. 

Nabulum . "^ferescaet. 

Nauiter. *suiS fromlice. 

Nardum . pisticum « ex xuiiii. 
herbis . conficitur. 
50 Naumachiae . lacus. 

J^ ectarius . odorif er. 

Nequid. aliquid. 

Neomeniae . kalende. 

Nenias . carmen . f unebre . mulie- 
rum. 
55 Neptam . *tyndre. 

Nefastus . et. nef arium . id est see- 
leratus. 

Nee ratum . nee . iustum. 

(43*'^)Nectar . mel . tiel uianm . w«l 
♦carere. 

Neptalim . dilatio . mea. 
60 Netila . '^hearma. 

Nepa. *liaebem. 

Nefanda . non dicenda. 

Neophitus . nuper . baptizatus. 

Negotia . *unemetta*. 
65 Nebulonis . * scinlaecan. 

Nebris . corium . ceruis. 

Ne qui quam. *holunga. 

Nemorosum . frondosum. 

Neuis . maculis. 
70 Neuqt^e neque. 

Necessitudo . amicalis . affectio. 

Necessarius . amicus. 

Nex . necis. 

Netuw . *gesiupid. 



1 MS. naustio, with a added above the line between 8 and t. 

3 MS. nastarcimn, with second a marked for erasure and u written above it. 

* So in MS. for fontium, 

^ ens on an erasure. 

B MS. nnetta, with me added above the line, over the ett, 

C.G. 6 



82 



QLOSA. N 75t— N 150 



75 Nectar . potus . deorum. 

Neu . neue . adberbia . sunt . pro- 
hibendi. 

Nee opinu97i, nee . expectatum. 

Keqaam . nequus. 

Kegotium . opus. 
8o Nenior . uanJEi . loquor. 

Nex . mors . suppUcium. 

Nentes. fila torquentes\ 

Nee Fomantia . mortuomm . diui- 
natio^ 

Nefandi . iniqui. 
85 Nequirem . nollem. 

Nexui . nudui. 

Nectit . alligat. 

Nexa . ligato. 

Nectit. canis . cum acute garrit. 
90 Nexus . ligatura. 

Nexius . nocens. 

Nestorio . scelerato. 

Nexu . ligatum. 

Nebulo . indutor . fallax. 
95 Negotio . laborare. 

Nequis. nealiquis. 

Neruus.*sionu. 

Nee opinantur . nee suspicabantur. 

(44**) Nectar . potum . caelestL 
100 Neofitus . rudis . nouellis. 

Necabantur .. ^aqualdun. 

Nefas . quocQibet inlicitnm. 

W imbi . nubes. 

Nisus . conatus. 
105 Nitet . splendet . lucet 

Nixus . incumbens. 

Niueum.niue. 

Nitoriuwi . *spinil. 

Nimpha . dea aque. 
xxo Nil hominus . nilininus. 

Nimba . uirgo . caelestis. 

Nisu . uirtute. 



NymbtM * storm. 

Nitor . foetor . ud odor, 
lis Nisi &llor . nisi erro. 

Nicolaum . idem . quoc/ dactum*. 

Ninguit . *sniupi5'. 

Nineue . speciosa. 

Nigra . spina . ^slaghSom. 
HO Nicto . latro. 

Nigelli . nigii. 

Nihili . nomen . nihil . adnerbium 
est 

Niuata . aqua . ex niue . laeta. 

NiteHi . nitores . diminutiuum. 
19$ Ninnarius . cuius . uxor * moecha- 
\/wr scit et tacit. 

Nititur conatur. 

Nibarius . splendidus.- 

Nimquis . non aliquis. 

Ni fallor . sine dubio. 
X30 Nimirum . ualdemirum. 

Nixu . *per6eode. 



N. 



on nulli . multi . iniusti. 

Non adit . non contingit. 

(44**) Non infectus . non inuenit. 
X35 Nobilis . nota. 

Noxa . culpa. 

Nobilis . genereclaro. 

Noetua.ulula. *ule. 

Noctet . signet. 
X40 Nomendator . genus . officii \ 

Nou inmerito . non minim. 

Norma . regula. 

Nonne . putas . non. 

Nomisma . * my nit. 
X45 Noctua . "^naeht hraefn. 

Naualia. ^faelging. 

Non subsciuum . *un faecni. 

Non modo . non solum. 

Noscit . discit. 
X50 Notam . maculam. 



^ MS. divides : filator qnentes. 

3 The Erfurt MS. has: Nicolamn, idem qnod taotilns (Nme JakrbUcher fUr PkOo- 
logie, 13«' Supplementbd., 1847, p. 353). And again: Nioolatis, daotnlis {ibid. p. 355) ; 
cf. Plin. 13, 4, 9 § 45. 

' MS. snpi^y with ni added above the line. 

* See below 161. 



j 



OLOSA. K 151r--K> 25 



83 



Notatam . maculatam. 

Nodus . * prasan . ost. 

Noxius . nocens. 

Non putatiuum.non est dubium. 
155 NoueletTim . ubi sunt uitet) . no- 
uellae . quo modo . finetum. 

Nocticula . lusa. 

Nostrone . no^^rorum . more. 

Nostrates . nostrorum. 

Nob familiae . bona . genere. 
i6o Notae . *speccan. 

Nomenclator . genus offici^ 

Non finduDt . non diuidunt. 

Notatus . *oncunneiK 

Non secus . non dissimile. 
x65 Nomine . honore. 

NonnuUus . aliquis. 

Nouerca ♦steopmoder. 

Non profuit . pro nihilo . f uit. 

(44^) Norunt . sciunt. 
170 Nobilis . nota. 

Nobilis . genere claro . uel opere. 

Noma .  rihtebred. 



N. 



umularius . nummorum . 
praerogatur . *miyniteri. 

Nundinis . mercatis. 
Z75 Nummisroum solidum. 

Nudustertius . die tertia. 

Nutibus . gestibus . potesta. 

Nundinatio . quasi . positto'. 

Nubila . uelamina. 
x8o Nuit . notum dedit. 

Nuntio allata. 

Nurus . ♦snoro. 

Nundinae . negotiationes 

Nux . ♦bnutbeam. 
X85 Nutu . gestu. 

Nuit . pcrmisit. 

Nugacitas . ♦unnytnis. 

Nuntio . aportatu. 

ISTundinat . mercatur. 
Z90 IvTugas . nequam. 



Nucli . ^dmlas*. 

Nummisma . nummi . percussura. 

Nutu . arbitrio. 

^umqucmi tempus . nusquom lo- 
cum . design at. 
195 Numine . potestate. 

Numquam . abero . nmnqtuim re- 
cedo. 

Nutat . uacellat. 

Nullo . negotio . *naenge . ear- 
hetSe. 

Numquid . '^nehuruis. 
aoo Nurus . potestas . deifica. 

Nutaret . trepidaret. 
aoa Nugando . inutiliter . loquendo\ 



o 



(44**) V/bolitio . ♦eSung. 

Obtio . electio. 

Oborti . subito nati. 

Obiurgat . obpugnat. 
5 Obliquat . trans . ueraus . uadit 

Obstrepeodum . obloquendum. 

Obices . qui ob ponuntur. 

Obturare . obstruere. 

Obeunda . exsequenda 
10 Obtio . electio. 

Obicit . obponit 

Obstinacissimus . inrationabilis . 
qui ratione.noTi placatur 

Obuallatum . circum . datum. 

Obsecundat . temperat. 
15 Obscenus . sordidus. 

Obsignat . simul . cum aliis . sig- 
nat. 

Obtrectans . resistenis. 

Obtentu . intuitu. 

Obsecundat . seruit 
90 Obortus . exortus. 

Obtentat . obtenuit. 

Obolisct6S . lapis . quadratu& 

Obsides . "^gislas. 

Obrizum . '^smaetegold. 
95 Obuncans . obiurgans. 



^ See above 140. 

> The Erfnrt MS. has prositio. 

' MS. oirlas, and n written above the r. 

^ MS. loquedo, with n added above the line between e and d. 



6—2 



84 



OLOSA. o 26 — o 111 



75 



8o 



85 



90 



Obturans . claudens. 

Obsolitus . deletiis. 

Obriguit . *gefreo8. 

Obliquum . *8cytehald. 
30 Obnixus . *8trimendL 

Obstinatas . perseueram. 

Obreptione. *criopunge\ 

Obelu . uirgis. 

Obestnim . *beo8t. 
35 Optimates. *ge8iSa& 

(45**) Obuncans . *genyclede. 

Obtenuit. *forcuom '"'bigaet 

Obnixe . *geomlice. 

Obunca . * crump. 
40 Obligata . oblita. 

Obuix . *pi5er stal. 

Obliterarent . delerent. 

Obligamentum . *lyb . *lybsii. 

Obessus . pinguis. 
45 Obeuntia . gignentia. 

Obsculatio . uulneratio. 

Obpanso . obiecto. 

Oblatrat . murmurat. 

Oblectare . increpare. 
50 Obruit . sepelit 

Obnixe . perseuerant. 

Obsitus . circum datus. 95 

Obliteratum . obliuione . obscura- 

Obiit . moritur. 
55 Obuiet . renitet . reluctat . resistit. 

Obsit . inclusit. 100 

Obseptus . circum . datus. 

Obripuit . obstipuit. 

Obstinata . mens . opposita. 
60 Ob circum . propter . contra. 

Obnexus . oppositus. 

Obtendere . anteponere. 105 

Obruerat . obtexerat. 

Obstruit . *fordytte. . 
65 Obolus . minutus . nummus. 

Obnixus . contradixi^. 

Oblituit latuit. 

Obses . sequester. 

Obpilat . cludit. no 

70 (45^^) Obtatis . desiderata. 

1 MS. cropunge, and i written above the 

2 Is this an A. S. word? . . 

' MS. oberurecan, and a second u added 



Obserrat . claudit. 

Obsessa . occupata. 

Obstaculum . inpedimentum. 

Obnectare . colligare. 

Obtestatur . obiurat. 

Obticuit . tacuit. 

Ob est . contrarium . est. 

Obtinere . uincera 

Obstinat . opponit. 

Obuibulare . concludere . tiel cir- 
cum dare. 

Obstipum . oblicum. 

Oblitterans • delens. 

Obscines* corbi . auspicia . dantea 

Oblimat . limpidat. 

Obstinatus . desperatus. 

Obstentat . indicat. 

Obrejienter . direptice. 

Obecuratio . matricis . uulneratio. 

Oberatus . sub arratus . quasi . cir- 
cum . f usus . pecunia. 

Obtriit . peremit. 

Ob esca.grestu*. 

Obrute . inuise. 

Obtegit . euenit. 

Obsillagis . marsus. 

Obiecte . *ongensette. 

Obiectus. *uuit setnis. 

Obruere . *oberuurecan'. 

Obstrusa . occulta. 

Obsedatus . "^gislhada. 

Obturat . *folclaemid. 

Obtutus . facies. 

Oblicum . deangulo . in an^ulum. 
ductio. 

Obtinuit . *ofercuom. 

(45^) Obstes . contra stes. 

Obiectionibus . ^gestalum. 

Obnoxius . *scyldig. 

Obex . ♦ogengel. 

Obicula . *geoc stecca. 







ccupauit . *onette. 
Ocreis *baangeberg. 
Occa *fia.elging. 

line between r and o. 

above the line by the oorreotor. 



I 

J 



Bl 



GLOSA. o 112 — o 179 



85 



Occubuit . *gecrong. 

Occiput . *hrecca. 

Ooius . citius. 
Tis Occuluntur . ocultantur. 

Oculus . quasi . ocior lux. 

Occipit . incipit. 

Occipitium . pars . posterior ca- 
piter. 

Occipiunt . incipiunt 
I20 Occusare . occurrere. 

Ocursauis . ocurris. 

Occulunt . ocultant. 

Occabat . *egide. 

Ocearium . *staeli. 
135 Oceanum . mare . qui circumdat . 
omnem terram. 







do . uia. 
Odiosus . qui oditur. 
Odiporicum . iter. 
Odas . chordae. 



130 



o. 



^ethippia . coitum . matris. 
Oephi polentae . farma^ . de pisas. 
Oephi . et batus . aequalia. 



o, 



ffendit . *moette. 
Offecit . inpedit. 
135 Offirmans. *claemende. 
(45^)Officit.*perdit. 
Offa . mursus. 
Officio . opus actio. 



«40 



o 
o. 



gastrum . •a«ggimong». 



^Ifactoriola . uasa . insimilae. 
Olor. *suoii. 
Olentes adorantes. 
Ollita . ueterana. 



Olimphum . caelum. 
X45 Olimpus . mons . in macedonia. 

Olimat . limpidat. 

Oligia. *nettae. 

Olustri . olera. 

Olgastrum . *aeggimong 
150 Olf actum . umbraculum. 

Olocausto.mata" . sacrificia. 

Olor cicnus . *aelbitu. 

Oleaster . genus . ligni. 

Oliri . delerL 
X55 Olim . *singale. 

Olores . uolucres. 

Olastrum . *staeb. 

V^n^onima . quae uno . nomine 
plures . res . significant. 

Omelias . locutiones. 
x6o Omen . augorium. 

Omina . augoria. 

Omnimodo . *oeglipelce5inga. 

Omena . signa. 

Omitto . praeterio. 
165 Omenstrum . augoria . modica. 

Omentum . * mafia. 

Omisa . proetermisa. 

Omitta . aduoluta. 

(46"*) Omasimi . genus . camis. 
170 Omer* *hael. 

Onestus . grauatus. 
Ontax . genus . marmori^. 
Ontigometra . cotumix. 
ijs Onocratallus . *feolufer. 
Onesif orus . lectum . ferens. 
Onocentaurus . asino . permix- 
tuw. 

V^pifex . artifex. 
Operi . occasi. 



1 So in MS. for farina. 

^ The first g is written on an erasure. 

> The third o is an alteration from a, 

* mo written on an erasure, 

^ The MS. has dearly omer (for omen). 



86 



GLOSA. o 180 — o 257 



x8o Ope eius . suo . auxilio. 

0pu]entii8 . habundans. 

Operepretiam . neoessarium. 

Operiebamur . expectabai»ti«. 

Opima . optima. 
xSs Opido . ualde. 

Opilauit . *forclaemde. 

Operiunt . inueniunt. 

Operientes . expectantes. 

Optionariiis . qui milituum^. ciui- 
\yu8 prae.est. 
X90 Opem . ausilium. 

Oppida . municipia. 

Opacum . nemorosum. 

Opitulatio . adiutorium. 

Opimus . opibus . plenum. 
X95 OperieuB . expectans. 

Opes . diuitiae . facultam. 

Ope . studio. 

Operior . specto. 

Opulentam . perpinguem. 
aoo Operis . pr^tium . laborum . pre- 
tium. 

Opimis . pinguibus. 

Oppidum . castellum. 

Opiiiio . fama. 

Ops . terra 
905 (46***) Opus . museum . cames' . 
musarum' 

Oppilauit . clausit . ^gegiscte. 

Optio . dispensator . in militum . 
stipendis. 

Opinare . *resigan. 

Opacum . aestiuum. 
2XO Oportunitatem . *gehjdnis. 

Opturantes . claudentes. 

Opereplumario . *bisiudiperci. 

Opus . balsami . sucus . balsami. 

OpessulatM . clausis. 
ax5 Opium . uenenum. 

Opificium . ergasterium. 

Opinatores . existimatore^. 

Opinax . manifestus . omnibus. 



Opima . spolia . quae dux * de- 

trahit'. 
aao Opansum . uelum . in soena • quod 

midique pandat. 
Oppilatae . *biB parrade. 
Operosa . ingentia . oertamina. 
Oplere . obliuisci . ad plenum. 

V^rigMiuwi . *purmille. 
aas Oridanum . *eolone. 

Oraria . linteamina. 

Ortodoxi . gloriosi. 

Orcus . *orc. 

Oresta . *5re8. 
230 Oripilatio . *celipearte. 

Orcus . *tSyn . *heldiobuL 

Ordinatissimam . *]»gesettan. 

Orbita . *hueolr4d*. 

Ortus . natus. 
335 Ordiar . incipiam. 

Ortigomera . *edischen. 

Orcistra . scena. 

Orge . ocdde. 

(46^) Orchi . testiculi. 
340 Oratores . *spelbodan. 

Oraculum . responsum. dimmtus. 

Orbantur . orbanae . erant. 

Ora . regione . fines. 

Orsa . inchoata. 
345 Orsus . locutus. 

Ora . irons. 

Ordo . equester . equitum • ordo. 

Ornus . genus . Hgni. 

Orbatus . a fetibt^ destitutus 
350 Origenaria . uemacula*. 

Orator . facundus. 

Ordinatus . *gehaeplice. 

Or . *onginnendi. 

Orpleuit . conpleuit. 
35^ Orion . *ebui«ring. 

Oraculum . ubi sordes . autiuntur. 

Orbus . qui filios . nan abet. 



^ MS. militum, and another u added above the line by the corrector. 

3 The Erfurt MS. has : carmen musorom. 

' MS. detrait, and h added above the line. 

* The MS. has accent over the a. 

^ MS. uemaola. and u added above the line, between c and L 



GLOSA. o 258 — p 27 



87 



Origenari . uemaculi. 

Oreae . f renae. 
260 Orgea . misteria . bachi. 

Ordo . equester . prosenatum. 

Oroma . uisus . romane. 

Orbia . sifan . utunda*. 

Orbita . strata. 
365 Orto.grafia . discriptio . littera- 
rum. 

Ordinarius . mills . qui integro . 
ordine . militat. 

Orbitae . ^last. 



Otiosus . qidetus. 

o 



uantes . gaudentes. 



o 



zasanga militum . caldamen- 
ta. 
394 Ozias . fortitudo . dotnim. 



r atriarcha . priaoeps . patrum. 
Patrimonium . ^gestrion. 

Parma . scutum, 

sdllae . *totridan. Partim . *8umedaeli. 

5 Palpitans . *brogdetende 
Particulatim . ^styocimelum. 
Paludamentum . genus . nesti- 

menti bellici . *haecile. 
(47**) Pantium . pantemplum^ 
Patrauit . perficit. 
10 Patrocinium . *mundbyrd. 
Parauimphus . *drjhtguma. 
Palestra . *plaega. 
Pastinare . *settan. 
Palatina . *raecedlic. 
15 Panice . ruseam. 
Parc^ . *pyrde. 

Parius . gent^ lapis . marmor. 
Pangere . ordiuare. 
Parasoeuen^ . cena prima. 
Pabulatores . nutritores. 
Parcas . *buiigrurie. 
Pappus . lanugo cardui. 
Pana . gericum « ceuairistias . lau- 

dabilem . eruditionem. . 
Parochia . loca . adiacentia . eccle- 

Osia. 
thus . semen mundi. 35 Pactio . coniuentid 

Palantus . amo interfectus. 
Parabsides . *gauutan. 

^ This glofls oooors in another glossary as Orhia^ siffarunda (Mai Class, AuctU vn. 
572, who prints wrongly: /iff-)* ^^* Loewe in Acta SocieL Phil. Lips,, ed. Bitschl, 
▼I. 363, who refers to the gloss in Placidas: ** Orbia: ge&us quoddam escarnm, quod 
qnidam Satnmi orbiam vocant." He does not know, however, how to explain "siffa 
rotunda.'' The Epinal Glossary has (17. e. 3): Orbia: sifanntanda. The Erfurt 
Glossary [Neite Jahrb.JUr Philologie, 1847, p. 857): obia (for orbia): silanntunda, 

' MS. has an accent over the s. . 

' See below P 48; the Srfort MS. has: Pantium, templum pan. 

* MS. paresoeuen, bat first e marked for erasure, and a written above it. 



sdllae . *totridan. 

Orttrum . purpura. 
370 Oscines . auspicia. 

(46**^) Osci 08* . aperi . hoc est 

Oscitantes . *geongendi. 

Ostentur . ostentio. 

Ostium . ab obstando . dictum. 
375 Osee . saluator. 

Os ma . *suice. 

Osanna . o domine saluifica popu- 
lum . tuum. 

Ostinat . desperat. 

Ostriger . *bruuubeosu. 
38o Ossan . nomen montt^. 

Otium . quies. 

Ostia. exit us . fluminum . in mare. 

Oscitauit . crasmauit. 

Ostentum . monstrupi. 
385 Osurus . oditurus. 

Ostentat . multo . ostendit. 

Ostentare . demonstrare. 

Osanna . genus . ligni. 



30 



thus . semen mundi. 
990 Otium . quies . securitas 
tus. 



uacua- 



88 



GLOSA. P 28— P 105 



Paralypemenon . reliquum . quod 
restat. 

Paulatim . particulatim 
30 Pater . patruus . saoerdoe . uel 
propositus . id est pater . foe- 
derum . conficiondorum. 

Pandit . inquinat. 

Palpare . blandere. 

Paganicus . ut cultus. 

Pacatus . pacem . tenens. 
35 Pacificus . pacatus . fac^iM. 

Palearibus . *deadraegelum. 

Patibulum . crux. 

Pandit . aperit. 

Pactum . conuentum. 
40 Parui pendens . dispiciens. 

(47***) Parco . cupidus. 

Palas . *80oble. 

Paludamentum . parcitatem. 

Pactiones . condiciones. 
45 Paradoxan ^ . ammirabilis. 

Paradoxa . ammirabilia'. 

Paradoxa . miracula . pianos. 

Pantbeum . templum' 

Pandum . flexum . corbum. 
50 Pantocraton . omnipotens. 

Parilis . aequalis\ 

Parens . obsequens. 

Pansis . extensis. 

Palathi . massa . derecentibu^ uui. 
55 Pastofolia . cellas . in gazof silacio. 

Parasiti . adolatores. 

Pangit . coniungit. 

Palathas . caricas. 

Paiiis . oolyre . panis quadraDgu- 
lus. 
-60 Parta . adquisita. 

Palteum . murum. 

Parera . rapina. 

Palantes . gaudentes. 

Papilio . *fiffalde. 
61S Parazonium . cingulum. 



Pantominia . omnium . artium . 
inlusor. 

Papula . *pearte. 

Palantes . errantes. 

Pampinus . *crou8. 
70 Papiliuus . *pioluc8cel. 

Palingenesean . *edscaeft. 

Palin . iteratum. 

Paneta . *holoponne. 

Paneta . *disc. 
75 Palatum . apertum. 

Paupilius . *scaldhulas. 

(47^) Panagericis . laudabilibus. 

Parchedris . ministris. 

Pastoforia . modica . domus. 
80 Paradoxon . admirabile. 

Panagericum . licensiosum . et las> 
ciuiosum . genus . dicendL 

Papula . *spryng. 

Panto . laus. 

Patratum . finitum. 
85 Pandis . *geapum. 

Paciscitur . pactum . pacis . facit. 

Palladium . simulacrum. 

Parabula . similituda 

Palladis . minerua. 
90 Participat . multis . commonico^. 

Palestra . luctatoria. 

Parumper . paulisper. 

Patrate . perfecte. 

Patruus . *faedra. 
95 Patruelis . *faedran . sunu. 

Parumper . satis modice. 

Patulum . patentem^ 

Participat** . inpertit 

Pars eat constat. 
100 Paulus . reqtiies. 

Pansum . apertum. 

Pascba . passio. 

Palumba . columba 

Patruelis . *geaduling. 
105 Palniatus . coronatus , lauriattea. 



1 MS. parodozan, bat first o altered into a. 

^ Added above the line by correotor. 

> See above P 8. 

^ The e added above the line. 

'^ MS. potentem, but altered into a. 

' There is an erasure between the second p and seoond a. 



QLOSA. P 106— P 173 



89 



Patera . pocula . calicis. 

Paxillum . palum . *naegl. 

Paraclitum* . consolatorium. 

Parasceue . proaparatio. 
no Panpila . *pibl. 

Pacin . iterata. 

Palenothian . iteratam . carmen. 

Panucnlum . *unefl. 

(47^^) Parsimonia.frugalitas. 
ZI5 Parsimonia . penuria. 

Palndamentum . uestimentum . 
belli . ut toga. 

Palagra . *ecilma. 

Pascsos . *geroscade. 

Pagus est possessio . ampla. 
lao Panto . cranto . omnium. 

Paturia . theo . depotentia . dei. 

Pastinaca . *palhmore. 

Papirum* . *eoriBc 

Pangebant . *£aedun. 
ZS5 Parasiter . socii. 

Palla . *rift. 

Paralisin . dissolutio . omnium . 
membrorum. 

Parula . *mase. 

PapUio . *buter . flege. 
130 PaUurus . *ainfulle. 

Pauo . *paaua. 

Par similis. 

Pauit . tundit. 

Passus . *fa^m . t&el '^'tuegen . 
stridi. 
Z35 Palmis • pars • uitig onde . una . 
.nascitur.' 

Palumbes . *cusoote. 

Pastellus . *bunig aeppel. 

Pugula . frena. 

Patrici . senato res. 
140 Palismate . locus . lucte. 

Pathos « morbus. 



Pduculus . paucissimtM. 

Pactus' . modicestrabus. 

Patrissat . patri . similis . sit. 
14s Pansa . *scaffoot*. 

Panther . gent^ quadrupec^um. 

Panibus' . sol. 

Parcra . rapina. 

Paluster . locus . ubi sunt . pa- 
ludes. 
150 (48") Paranymphus . *drjht- 
guma. 

Palendicion . iteratum . indicium. 

Parumper . *huonhlotum. 

Pangit . coronat . carminat . iun- 

git 

Pare . facta. 
X55 Panthera . rete . aucupaZe. 

Parazonium . genus . teli macedo- 
nici. 

Palestra . agmina. 

Paruata . cupidus. 

Parasitali . bucelatori. 
x6o Patera . fiola^ 

Pan . incibtM 

Pagimemoriem . sine idolis. 

Pares . coTiscripti . senatores. 

Pagus . conlegium . curiae. 
X65 Parmo. copula medicamenti^.ALen- 
ditor. 

Papauer . *popei. 

Parentalia . dies festi . pagano- 

• rum. 

Pipilio . animal . quo modo . apes 
tenues . quas . dtcunt . anim • 
tua. 

Paranimpha . pronuba. 
X70 Partitudines . partu. 

Patalogia . ratio . passionis. 

Papillae . manimae^ 

Paxillum . nom^n . mensurae. 



^ The i is an alteration from some other letter, whioh seems to have been e. 
^ MS. ppirmn, and a added above the line. 
' So in MS. for paetns; of. below P 291. 
^ MS. BcajQfot, and a second o added above the line. 
" It is possible to read paribus. 

' This word appears as A. S. in Willoker's VoedbularieSf i., col. 37, No. 40. But it 
Is liatin, see Hildebrand, Olossarium p. 233 (No. 67). 

7 The first e has been added above the line, by the corrector. 
B So distinctly in MS. for mammae. 



90 



OLOSA. p 174— p 252 



Papirio . auis quae . numqnam . 
creuit. 
175 Pariter . *gelice. 

Paruca . *hicae. 

Palpantum . *olectendra. 

Palmula . *steorroSor. 

Parricidio . *megcualm. 
i8o Padflcitor . *geSmgadon. 

(48*^) Paruisse . obedisse. 

Palagdrigus . *ecilinehtL 

Pantigatum . ^auduhona. 

Palina . *hran. 
x85 Paleae . *aegnan. 

Pabulatores . ^horshiordas'. 

Passim . ^styccimelum. 

Partica . *reodnaesc. 

I erstrenue . *£romlice, 
190 Pedisequa . *9igiien. 

Perpessum . est . ^aSrotenis. 

Pellax . fallax. 

Perculsus . permotus. 

Perculsa . percussa. 
195 Peripgocias . depaupertate. 

Perteszoes . teoricas . de hac uita . 
contemplatiua. 

Periodoias . contextus . circutus 

Pertes cratorias . tojty . de po- 
tentia . del 

Peridoyn . actus . pauli. 
aoo Peridoy cratorosas . porias . de 
experientia deL 

Pestjferum . putridum. 

Perfidia . *treuleasnis. 

Percommoda . matutinos . *sua- 
cenlic . *morgenlic. 

Percrebuit . *merepear5 
ao5 Perduellium . *J?orh gefeht. 

Pellexerat . deciperat. 

Perseudoterum . *9orhludg8et. 

Percitus . *hraed. 

Pelices . *cebise. 
axo Penduloso . *baldi. 

PermixtuTTi . *gemengetlic. 



(48^) Pertinaciter . *anauillice. 

Pessum . * spilth. 

Percita . concita. 
2X5 Petisse . *sobte. 

Pemix . uelox. 

Peranticipationem . *Sorh obst. 

Perduellium . bellum . dicitur» 

Petulci . petulantes. 
890 Pessum . pessimum. 

Pellace . fallace. 

Perf ungit . plus utitnr. 

Perossum . odiosum. 

Peplnm . stola. 
325 Perioope . uisione. 

Petulims . lasciuus. 

Pemioiter . uelociter. 

Penates . dii domesticL 

Peruis . pellones' . ^Sorhbyrgeras 
230 Peniculo . spongio. 

Perosus . qui odit 

Perpendiculum . * colored. 

Percensit . considentt. 

Peri^tosias . actus . quidanu 
335 Pericapis . lectio. 

Periddon . contextum. 

Peritesyon . de hac uita. 

Perperam . uitiose. . 

Perhironiam . *tk>rh hosp. 
340 Petalum . lamina . aurea . in fronte . 
in qua. scriptum nomen dei . te- 
tragrammaton. 

Perizomata . minores . bragas. 

Perepero c^nes . de adiectione. 

Per flictio . corpus . afrigore . per- 
functum. 

Petigo . *teter. 
345 Peculatus . f uratus. 

(48^^) Penula . lacema . in mo- 
dum . cucullffi. 

Per crepidinem . perascensum. 

Pensiculatores . libratores. 

Peribulus' . in circuitu . domua. 
350 Peroa . *flicci. 

Per agrat . circuit. 

Penix . genu« . aquilae. 



^ MS. horshirdas, and second o added above the line between i and r. 

^ The word is so divided in the MS. 

^ MS. peribas, and lu added above tbe line. 



J 



GLOSA. p 253— P 314 



91 



Pedo . v>el patorum . *feotar. 
Perplexus . inuolutus. 
355 Petilius . quia prae. 
Perinde . itaqt^ deinde. 
Pectit . percinit. 
Perspectans . intuens 
Pessulum . seram . uecti^ ferrei. 
360 Pedum . baculum . in curruum . 

quem pastores ..gestant. 
Pensio . pretium . persolutio. 
Perficaciter . contumaciter. 
Pernicitas . felpcitas. 
Perpendiculum . *pundur. 
365 Perende * . post . eras 

Perspicuum . clarum . lucidum . 

manifestum. 
Perplexa . perligata. 
Pedagogum . eruditorium . puero- 

rum. 
Pedpre . scualore. 
370 Perfunctis . trans . actis. 

Pellexit . in fraudem . induxit. 
Peruium . quod pertransitur. 
Per nox . peruigUans. 
Pellax . dolosus. 
375 Pedor . reorum*. 

Pelltaria . pellis quae . amento . 

bobis . pendent. 
Perpera . erratica. 
Perfunditur inrigatur. 
Perniciosum . exitiabilem. 
380 Perlustrat . percurritur. 

(49"*) Per horam . nouem .per' 

nouem*. 



Persequere . percurre. 

Persndum . perserenum. 

Perculit . pugit. 
385 Penuria . *pe5L 

Pertinacius . uiolentius. 

Percellitur . *bi5 slaegen. 

Perduellis . hostis. 

Pensum . ]auae . opus. 
390 Per exiguum . ualdeparuum. 

Petus . modice . strabus. 

Peruicax . intentiosus. 

Perduit . luit . soluit. 

Pensationes . tributa. 
395 Peruicacia . contumacia. 

Perlata^ . tollerata. 

Penus . res^ pudenda^. 

Perendie . super duas . noctes 

Perif rasticus . circumlocutio. 
300 Perhiodas . sententias. 

Perstromata . pertegmina. 

Perorans^ . adloquens. 

Perscelides . armillas . inpedibt^ 

Percensuit . numerauit. 
305 Peruicax . *9roehtig^ 

Pero . *himming. 

Pessum . *clifhlep. 

Pendens . sollicitus. 

Peculium . patrimonium . aput , 
ueteres. 
3x0 Penitus . longe. 

Pessul . *haeca®. 

Peducla. *luus. 

Patrafocaria*^ . * flint. 

Pendulus . *ridusende. 



^ So in MS., but a later hand has added i between d and e in different ink. 

' reoTum is underlined in Prof. Zupitza^s transcript, and appears, consequently, as 
A. S. in Prof. Wtilcker's VocabtUaries (p. 38, n. 87), where it is, moreover, suggested that 
reorum^rearung, and means mussitatio. But this is very unlikely, as pedor, =paedor, 
fneans uastiness, filth, stench, and would, therefore, not have been explained by a word 
meaning a suppression of the voice, silence. The gloss probably answers .to that in 
the Erfurt MS.: pedora, aurium sordes; see Netie Jahrbilcher fUrPhilologie, 13«' Sup- 
plementbd. (1847) p. 366, No. 71; and below P 353. 

' MS. joins these two words, 

* MS. pelata, and r added above the line, between the e and I. 

'^ Both e's are accented in the MS., but apparently by a later hand and in different ink. 
^ The has been added above the line. ^ MS. tsrohtig, and e added above the 0. 
s MS. haca, and e added above the first a, 

* A lates hand has marked the first a for erasure, added e above it, and written ** id 
est silex " after the word. 



92 



GLOSA. p 315 — p 371 



3x5 Pella . *8adulfelge. 

(49*^) Penum . cellarium. 

Pean . laus . appoUones. 

Permulserit . placuerit 

Pecten . *camb. 
310 Percellit . ferit. 

Pecu . pecus . apecude. 

Perperam . praue. 

Perperimus . tolleramus. 

Perfectum perlatum. 
325 Pepigere . pactum faoere. 

Petulans . temerarius. 

Peculator . qui pecuniam . pupli- 
cam . rapit. 

Perpera maluni. 

Percellitur . ^slaegen. 
330 Periscelidus . crurum . omatus. 

Pestinuntium . qui pestem nun- 
tiat. 

Pegnius . lucus . lusorius. 

Pecunia . armenta. 

Pes . *fot. 
335 Perfunctoriae . imaginarie. 

Perstant . *tioluduii. 

Persoluio . *ic Srouuio. 

Penetralia . secreta. - 

Peculatus . furtum . puplicum. 
^40 Peditemtim . paulatim. 

Petulans . * praene. 

Pelagicus . piscis. 

Peticius . qui amat . petere . ali- 
quid. 



Pergeniiat* . genibus . pergit. 
345 PersoUa . persona . minor. 

Pecuarius . armentarius. 

Pedatum . career. 

Penticotarchus . quinquagena- 
rius. 

Pesuma . confracta. 
350 Percatapsat . ualde . decidit. 

(49^) Penis . natura . pudenda . ui- 
rilia. 

Pedor . odor" grauis. 

Pedor . aurium . sordes. 

Peripi . tegi . genus . philosophiae. 
355 Pelex . riualis . succu^a. 

Perpendit . *aeHta;5. 

Perstromata . omamenta . steba'. 

Pendulus. *oli»ldL 

Peplum . maf ortem. 
360 Pelenum . uehiculum. 

Penates . domicilia . sacra. 

Pelept . sine filiis. 

Penetissima . interiora. 

Pegaso . roma . iacularur^. 
36s Pentomen . circusio. 

Pere . prope. 

Persictius . qui frequenter ali- 
quid . patitur. 

Pei£dus . qui semel . plangit 
fidem. 

Perfidiosus . qui semper 
370 Pessum . praeceps. 

Pellis.*feL 



^ MS. pergeuat, with n added above the line. 

' Written over an erasure. 

3 This word appears as A. S. in Wtilcker*s Vocabularies, i. 39, No. 14 ; likewise in 
Mr Henry Sweet's Oldest English Texts, p. 87, No. 1571. The latter, moreoTer, inserts 
from the Epinal and Erfurt Glossaries the following two glosses (ibid. p. 90, No. 837): 
** Perstromata, ornamenta : stefad brtm — staefad brum,** and, taking steba, stefad (run and 
sta^fad brum as A. S. words, he explains them on p. 463: "Stafod, adj. (part.), striped*'; 
and on p. 636: ''brun, subst. neat., cloth.'' So that, according to Mr Henry Sweet, 
perstromata would here be explained as ** ornaments, A. S. striped cloth." But steba in 
the Corpus MS. is a remnant, and stefad brum (not bran as Mr Sweet gives) in the 
Epinal, and staefad brum in the Erfurt MS., are corruptions, of stebadiorum (stefadio^ 
rum), the gen. plor. of stibadium, a bed or couch. Hence the gloss means peristromata^ 
omamenta stibadiorum. See Loewe, Prodromus, p. 347. 

* The Erfurt MS. has : pesago, homo iacularis; see Neue JahrbileJter fUr Philolosfie^ 
IS"" Supplementbd., 1847, p. 365 (28). 



J 



QLOSA. p 372 — ^p 451 



93 



Pelicem. concubinam. 
Pemitidis . ualdenitidis. 
Perpes . * hraed. 
375 Petuita . * sped. 
Pectica . * slahae. 
Perdix . auis . quaedam. 
Perpetem . perpetuuin. 



p, 



halanx . par . exerdtus . ita 
utlegio 
380 Philosopbus . * ttSuuta. 

PhilologoB . ratdonis . amatores. 
Philo^eni . amare . domorum. 
PhisilloB • * leceas. 
Phanicem . roseum. 
385 (49^) Philactaria . carmina . usl 
X. prsecepta . legis. 
Phitecus. *apa. 
PhilippeoR . solidos. 
Phebe . sol. 

Pbilocompos . amator . iactantiae. 
390 Pharizsei . generatio. 



B 



iraticam. *picmc sceaSan. 

Pilaris . qui cum basta . "pugnaL 

Pindere . pilo . tundere. 

Pittacium . modicum . membra- 
num 
395 Pinso . tundo. 

Pinnaculum . quicquid . pra«- 
eminet. 

Pistilia . capitella. 

Pituita . * gebrec. 

Piget . pudet. 
400 Picesaeuo . *un amaelte . smeoruue. 

Piaculare . criminare. 

Pistrix . belua . marina. 

Piaculum . rei piae . uiolatio. 

Pieris . musa. 
405 Pisticum . nardum. 

Piare . placare. 

Pingit . * faebit. 

Pistrimum . * cofe. 

Pisema . specular. 



4x0 Pila. *tbotbr. 

Pittacium . *08peri* . *clut . *cleot. 

Pila . arma cum quo tunditur. 

Pinax . dignitas. 

Pisum . * piosan. 
415 Pistrilla . *cofincel. 

Pila . basta . romana. 

Pillentes . * bere. 

Pirus . * pirge. 

Pinna . propugnacula. 
430 Pinus . * furbpudu. 

Pictus . acu .* miS nethle . asiopid. 

Pipant . resonant. 

Pimelea . cura. 

Picus . * higi*e . *fina, 
42s (50") Pix picis . * pic. 

Piaculum . culpa quae . intelnplis. 
vA sepulcbrt« committitur. 

Pitbi . poetici. 

Pitbon . consulere. 

Pisici . animositas. 
430 Pinam . acutam. 

Pitbi . petigi. 

Picridae . quasi . laptucae. 

Pitbagoreus' nomen auris. 

Piratus . sceleratus. 
435 Pinna . extrimitas . cuius.libet . 
rei. 

Pililia . ala. 

Pilus . * ber. 

Piceca . * neb. 

Piscis . * fisc. 
440 Pistillus . *gnidil. 



p, 



lectere . ponire. 

Plectitur . decolatt^r. 

Plaudit . fauet. 

PlausuB , fauor. 
445 Plausibilis . res fauores. 

Plaustra . carra. 

Placidus . qui bominibus . placed. 

Plebs urbana . populus . romanus. 

Plunas. *plumtreu. 
450 Pluueius . sine dignitate . bomo. 

Pliadas . ^sibunsterri. 



^ Is this an A. S. word ? The MS. seems to divide : os peri. 

' MS. pithagoreos, but second marked for erasure and u written above it. 



94 



GLOSA. P 452-^P 582 



Pludit . plaudit. 

Plomonion . rationem. 

Plectator . uindicator. 
455 Plexus . percussus. 

Plumum . *plumae. 

Placentas . dulciamina. 

Pliosperus . lux . lucis. 

Plastes . conpositor. 
460 Plagella . plagas . dominum. 

Plastica . creatura. 

(50^) Plantago . *uuegbrade. 

Plumario . in similitudinem . 
plumae. 

Platisa . *flooc. 
465 Plectra . *auunden. 

Platonisideas . species. 

Plataria . *setin. 

Plusculum . plusquam . oportet. 

Pluris . fortioribus. 
470 Plautis . auribus . magnis. 

Plautus . gracili . corpore. 

Plausus . risus . stultorum. 

Plectrum . astella . citharae. 

Plus minus . ♦ymbSset. 
475 Plastrograuis . falais . scriptis. 

Plagarius . mancipiorum . vA pe- 
codum . alienorum . distractor, 

Pleuicola . amansciues. 

Plebs . scitat . plebs . inrogat. 

Plaudet . manibuB . sonum . facit. 
480 Plebescat . plebem . adloquitur. 

Plaustrum . in similitudine . arcse . 
rotas . habens . intus . et ipsae . 
dentes . hahent . qui rostra . 
dicuntuT . in quibus . frangent. 
spicas. 



p, 



ortitorum . arma . lixarum. 
Portitores . aquae. 
Portior . fruor. 
485 Ponebus . sol. 

Posthabetam . post . possessam. 

Pollimus . utimur. 

Poema . carmen . quod . poetae 

scribt^nt 
Poena . cartago. 



490 Portendit . futura . significa^. 

(50**) Posteritas . propagatio filio- 
rum . nepotum. 

Portenderent . significarevi^. 

Posthabeto . neglecto. 

Politica . demonstratur. 
495 Portarum . indumenta . corie . 
quibus . portal . sunt . indutae. 

Pomerium . spatium . circa . 
muros. 

Polenta . *smeodoma. 

Porf jrionis . pellicanus. 

Podorem . tonicam . talerem. 
500 Posticia . modica . ianua. 

Poalauentium . f olles . fabrorum. 

Petria . poeta . f emina. 

Positiscido . malleo. 

Postena *boga. 
505 Poliendos . lapides . mundandos. 

Portio . *hlyte. 

Populus . * birce. 

Popa . tabemarius. 

Poema . conpositio . uersut^m. 
5TO PoHonima . multi nomina . unam . 
rem . significantia^ 

Po litis'. *smoeSum. 

Pollinctor . sepeliehs. 

Portentuwi . *scin. 

Pocillus . genus . panis. 
SIS Pilimita . * hringfaag. 

Post partum . f oeta dicitur. 

Porfjrio . *feolufer. 

Pone . iuxta. 

Porcopiscis . *styrga. 
sao Porcaster . * foor. 

Politum . limatum. 

PoUere . crescere. 

Potissimum . meliorem. 

Potitarum . consecutarum. 
sas (50^) Potiora . meliora. 

Polus . orbs. 

Portendit . promittit. 

Populatus . expoUatus. 

Pollens . poteus. 
S30 Polla . fusca. 

Postcrastinat . differt. 

Potitur . obtinet. 



^ The second n has heen added above the line. 
^ One letter erased between the and L 



OLOSA. p 634— p 613 



95 



Postumus . po^ obitum . patrls . 
natus. 
535 Pote . forsitan*. 

Portendit . significat. 

Poroellus . *faerh. 

Pollux . * 9uma. 

Poleo . * scaebe. 
540 PoUinis . *gruiit. 

Pollis . * grytt. 

Popauer . * popseg. 

Postliminium . qui po^ . captiui- 
tatem , reuersus . iuraq«i6 ami- 
serat . redpiet. 

Post tridie . eras. 
545 Pocerus . omatus. 

Polum . caelum. 

Postrum . genus . uehiculi. 

Porgere . crescit . ubi erat. 

Pollemma . musica . uii. 
550 Polius . iurandum . perpolicem'. 

Pollens . eminens . ubiqtee 

Poplites . suffrs^gines. 

Popellus . populus . dimint^tttum. 

Polumnum . locum . sacrum. 
555 Postulaticius . ille . qui postula^r 

Pontiae . aquae. 

Pone . post. 

Polippus . genus . piscis. 

Pos&umus . *unlab. 
560 Potiebatur . utebatur. 

Politissimis . iacintinis. 

Polentum . *faliame. 

Pons . *brycg. 

(51**) J7 ropter . iuxta. 
565 Proeuideo . pr^cio. 

Prosomean . narrationem. 

Proteseon . dispositionum. 

Prosefanesin . ostendit. 

Promaean . narrationem. 
570 Pro^miserit . protulerit. 

Procax . *huu»l. 

Probum . *8euuin'. 



Protertum . tergant. 

Proles . filia . fiiu8^ 
575 Priuilegium . lex priuata . uei 
propria proasumtio. 

Pra6se8 . indices. 

Proecordia . intima . in quibtM 
cor. 

Pro^stulatnr . obseruat. 

Praenimi . nalido . multo. 
580 Profugus . depatria . pulsus. 

Propugnaculum . turris. 

Propalam . ualdepalam. 

Prodigus . pro . f usus . largus. 

Praeconium . proedicatio. 
585 Procax . inprofidus. 

Proesagium . signum. 

Pro^saga . proadiuina. 

Protuplaustuw .primus . figu- 
ratum. 

Profiteer . prosequor. 
590 Praeripit . anterapit. 

Promeon . orationum. 

Procuratio . *sciir. 

Promsit . protulerit. 

Promulserit . *li^ercade. 
595 Profusis . *genylitfullum. 

Promulgarunt . *scribun. 

Prouehit . *gefremi*8 

Procaptu . *fenge. 

(51***) Promaritima . ^saegeseotu. 
600 Praetextatus . *gegeruuid. 

Praedoctis . ante doctis. 

Proconsul^ .'minus . consule. 

Propropera . *fraehraeSe. 

Priuigna . *nift. 
605 Prae . ualde. 

Proscripsit . *£aerred. 

Propensior . *tylg.  

Pro . ante. 

Profligatis . *forslaegenum. 
610 Prae rupta . *staegilre. 

Probt*« *ferht. 

Proterunt . *tredun. 

Proterentem . *naetendne. 



^ By some wrong numbering there is no gloss 534. 

' This gloss is distinctly so divided in MS. 

' Is this an A. S. word? Or can it be for senum=saeYam? 

4 So in MS. for filias. 

^ MS. proconsol, but the third o marked for erasure, and u written over it 






96 



QLOSA. p 614— p 693 



Fropalatum . manifestatum. 
6x5 Propostulata . propulsa. 
Fraefectae . *frodre. 
Profecta . *gefreinid. 
Protelata . prolongata. 
Prometheus . aprooidentia . dic- 

6ao Praetor . in cuius . domo • iudi- 
cium . iudicatur. 

Proedarius . auxilians. 

PradK>riuin . domus . iudicaria. 

Profligit . collet. 

Prosepion . narrationem. 
635 Prohemium . praefatio. 

Prouerbium • similitudo. 

Prydanis . prudentia. 

Promiserit . protulerit, 

Praecipitat . *ascufi5 
630 Praecipita . *afael. 

Proefaricator . * reccileas. 

Pro^tantior . *fromra. 

Proestolare . expectare. 

(51^) Traesidinm . *spoed. 
635 Procerum longum. 

Proestante . *fremmendu7n. 

Proiiigatis . transactis. 

Promontaria . montes . maris. 

Prodigunt . prorogunt. 
640 Probe . satis bene. 

Prostibula . meretrix . quae pro- 
strauit. 

Prostibulum . meretriciae . com- 
mixtiones . usus. 

Proritat . prouocat. 

Prostituta . meretrix . puplica. 
645 Probrosa . turpia. 

Proepites . alites.. 

Pronus . innixus. 

Proceritas . magnitndo. 

Praecipites . urgentes. 
650 Praeruptus . diuisus. 

Praelibaret . proegustaret. 

Prinetose . angelvs . necet te an- 
gelua^, 

Propicon . moralium'. 



Proteri . *brecan. 
655 Pragmatica . principalis. 

Prosa . pro^atio. 

Procerus . excelsus, 

Pragmatica . negotiatio. 

Practica . rationalis. 
660 Proelium' . quod in nauibus . agi- 
tur . pugnis • etuerbis. 

Procrastinat . differt . in alium • 
diem. 

Prexeos . inopiae. 

Praedes . fideiusorea, 

Prosator . genitor, 
665 Praetoriola . domuncula . in naue. 

Praxinus . uiridus ^ color . tiel 
*aesc. 

Prosapia . ^obcniorisse. 

Presetuas . * byrga. 

Pruina . *hriw. 
(57oPretersorim.*paad. 

(51^**) Proauus . tertius . pater. 

Prifeta . *5riuuintra steor. 

Proscenia . parstlieatri. 

Proetextatus . gent^ officii. 
675 Pri£gnus . *nefa. 

Procus . sponsus. 

Prifignus . antenatus. 

Praetor . praefectus. 

Profanat . uiolat. 
680 Proplesma . propositio. 

Praestigium . quod proestringat . 
acicTTi . oculorum. 

Praxeon . actionum. 

Prospicit . longeaspicit. 

Prora . prima . pars . nauis. 
685 Problesma . similitudo. 

ProuehittfcT . * fremid. 

Pro^sules . qui proesunt. 

Prunas *gloede. 

Prostibula . loca . in quibus . sunt . 
meretrices. 
690 Prostibulum . domus . fomicaria. 

Proculum . abhominatio. 

Prurigo . *gycenis. 

Pragma . causa. 



1 See C 884. 

^ MS. morimn, and al added above the line. 

3 It seems that the scribe first wrote praelium ; but the a has been altered into o. 



GLOSA. p 694 — p 771 



97 



Promatum . lectoru^Ti. 
695 Praeputii . testi. 

Propensior . o^jtwd in pensa . plus . 
trahit. 

Praestrigium . deceptio . magica. 

Prosa . communis . locutio. 

Promuscidis . quasi . anguila . 
unde manus . liiestiae . dici- 
ttw. 
700 Pronus * nihold. 

Pronuba . * heor^suaepe. 

Prodimur . * birednae. 

Proeuertitur . proeuenit. 

Prlnionis . ungulis . scabiosis. 
705 Priscelli . feminarum . crurum . 
omamenta. 

Proflicta . * forslaegen. 

Proeuentus . * spoed. 

Prunus . * plum^. 

Prex . precis . deprecatio. 
71b Progna . *suualuue\ 

(52**) Princeps . quasi . prima . 
capiens. 

Proculus . qui nascitur cum pater 
eiu8 . longe eat 

Proastulit . plus quam . oportet. 

Praediarius . auxilium . praebens. 
715 Prancatarius", 

Proemulcit . plus . lenit. 

Proases . fide . iusores . et uadis. 

Procubuit . cecidit. 

Propter . iuxta. 
730 Praetum . occupatum. 

Prostat . antestat. 

Praecipitat . festinat. 

Pruina . rigor . insanus. 

Procax . uerbosus. 
725 Profecto . res oerta. 

Praecellerat . antecidet. 

Proci . l^ti . matrimoniorum. 

Promulgit . praedicat. 



730 Proeceps . obruptus. 

Praestigia . fallacia. 

Probitas . so^Tictitas . legis. 

Proesedit . proagit . def endit. 

Praestigia . fallacia. 
735 Proestat . melius . eat, 

Promunt . proferunt. 

Prominet . exaltat. 

Profusus . humanus. 

Praesorium . *pund. 
740 Praelati . nobilis. 

Prorostris . *haehsedlum. 

Procreauit . genuit. 

Praesto . est praesens eat, 

Proedium . uilla. 
745 Prohemium . proefatio. 

Procacitas . iniuria. 

Prodigus . dissipator . substantiae. 

Promulcet . legem . profert. 

Profana . maculata. 
750 (52*^) Praesepta . circuTTidata. 

Praero^ns . ante . inpendenis. 

Pro^sidium . auxilium. 

Prodigium . monstrum. 

Prodigus . perditus . in feminis. 
755 Praemulgarit . inproassit. 

Prouocatus . impeditus. 

Praeposterum . iniquuwi, 

Primores® . primari. 

Profectus . proficiens. 
760 Probrat . criminat. 

Promtior . paratior. 

Priuor . fraudor. 

Prolixa . longa. 

Promulgare . antedicere. 
765 Praetenta . anteposita. 

Profectus . grandeuus. 

Praeconio . laude. 

Praelecto . extenso. 

Procliuius . in clinatus. 
770 Praestantis . excellentes^. 

Probrosus . criminosis. 



Proestigium . ad proestigatores. 

^ The second u has been added above the line. 

3 The interpretation is wanting here. The Erfurt MS. has: prancatrins, praemuloit 
pins lenit (Neae JahrbUcher fur Philologie, 13" Supplementbd., 1847, p. 363 (No. 17). 
The Epinal Glossary has : Prancatarius, permulcit plus lenit. See below 849, and cf. 
G. F. Hildebrand, GloMarium Latinum, p. 246, No. 848. 

* MS. primoris, but second i altered to e. 

^ MS. ezcellentes, and i written above the last e, 

C. G. 7 



98 



OLOSA. P 772 — ^P 850 



Propensior . qui incubnit . ad per- 
gendum . v>el male . vA bene. 

Promodula . promensura. 

Progeniem . posteiitatem. 
775 Prolem . generationem. 

Prosequitur . loquitur. 

Promiscuis . diuersis. 

Protendit . ostendit. 

Probi . probati. 
780 Problesmata . prouisa. 

Probatum . antedictum. 

Promamus . dicamus. 

Protextere . conperire. 

Prouentus . euentos . bonos. 
785 Prolatum . datum. 

Premit . deserit. 

Probus . bonos . mores . habens. 

(52^) Pridem . antea. 

Pridie . heri. 
790 Profligauit . erogauit. 

Propago . origo. 

Praelecto . extento. 

Pronefa . pluribus . uerbis. 

Productalem . strumentum . in- 
fantium . in scolis. 
795 Prosa . oraton^m dicta. 

Priapus . deua oratoioim. 

Praeficat . praeponat. 

Proesetulit . laudauit se. 

Pro^metulit . ualdeme laudauit. 
800 Pro uiri . portione . quis . prose. 

Propturia . ciuilia. 

Promturium . eminens . locus . 
in mare. 

Procanas . ornatos . aedificiort^m. 

Promtuarius . ubi st^nt . omnia . 
uenalia. 
805 Praeceps . *trondendi. 

Proci . petitores . uxorum. 

Proxineta . ante . ambula. 

Primi . uirgius . caballarus. 

Pretienormis . pra«ter . regulam. 
810 Prodiores . bonores . secundi . a* 
conaulihiis, 

Prumtuarium . cellarium. 

Priuilegarius . qui utitur . priui- 
legio. 

^ MS. joiQS the a to the next word^ 
2 SoinMS. forgladiis? 



Protistrigiae . doli insidiae. 

Probrum . crimen , eat 
Sis P^vlibor . immolor. 

Propedien . cito. 

Procua . ♦brydguma. 

Praelata . tollerata. 

Praeceps . temerarius. 
820 Praestans . optimus. 

Prodigus . *stryndere. 

Proesumtio . *forenyme. 

(52^**) Proerogatiua. gratia . pro^- 
misa. 

Prumsit . locutus est, 
825 Propugnaculum . *briost . biorg. 

Proueho . *fyi:^ru. 

Proceres . *geroefen. 

Priscos . antiquos. 

Propero . *hrae"Se. 
830 Profligetur . perficitiw. 

Propalantibus . demonstrantibt^. 

Praetersorium . *paad. 

Propagare . originem . extendere. 

Profusus suntuosus. 



p, 



835 JL seodo . epigrapha . falsa . 

super . scripta. 
Psalterium . laus. 
Psadepa . airafa . incerta . et de- 

octaua . egregium. 
Psychi . ezodo . anima . exitus. 
Psallia . cantatrix. 



p, 



840 JL toceos . inopi^. 

Ptysones . *berecom . beorende. 



p 



upUcare . conponere. 

Putamina . *hnyglan. 

Pudor . *scomo. 
845 Pulla . nigra. 

Pugillum . pugnum. 

Pugionibus . glaunis^ 

Pugillares . tabulae. 

Pugit . prancatiarius . 
850 Puplicum . uectigalea. 



* See above 715, 



J 



GLOSA. P 851 — Q 23 



99 



Puluinar . templam. 

Fulpita . saltus. 

Pugit . certatur. 

Pubetemis . media . pars . corpo- 
ris . deorsnm. 
855 Puerpera . paella. 

Pupulat . germinat 

(63**) Pubertas . inuentiis . teiie- 
I'a . legitima tamen. 

Pubes . iunenis . legitimos . pilos . 
habens. 

Pulainaria . loca . sancfo. 
86o Puppis . posterior . parsiiauis. 

Pusillos . medicos. 

Puerperium . infans . in utero 
formatus*. 

Pubis . i>uer . iuuenis . sine. 

Pugiles . qui f eriunt. 
865 Puncto . ♦cosp*. 

Puluinar . lectum . diuitum . un- 
do . pulluillum. 

Pulenta . *briig 

Pus tula . *oncgseta. 

Pus . *uuorm. 
870 Puplicani . qui puplicam . rem. 
faciunt . non a peco&ndo^. 

Pulix . ♦fl^h. 

Pigilis . gladiator. 

Pugio . mucro. 

PuUentum . ♦fahame. 
87s Puntus . *brond. 

Pube* . uirilia. 

Pulleium . *duergedostle. 

Puerperium . aetas pueri. 

Puberat . crescit. 
880 Pumerium . spatium . quod circa 
muros est. 

Pusio . primus nato. 



Pullatas . inuestenigra. 
Pudibundem . pudentem. 
Pullantes . turgentes. 
885 Punicam . cartaginensem. 
Pullus . ♦brid. 
Pulla . * blaco. 



P: 



yrgi'as . turris*. 
889 Pyramides . sepulchra . antiquo- 
rum* 

Vvfuatenus . quaratione. 

Quantulum . modicumqua 

Quam uis . scilicet. 

Qua uis . qualibet. 
5 Quatere . commouere. 

Quaqt^ quaedam. 

(53***) Quaeremonus . grauis . qiie- 
rella. 

Quaerelus . frequenter . in quae- 
rella. 

Quanquam . licet, 
xo Quasdam . aliquas. 

Quaestuor . lucra. 

Qualus . *mand. 

Quaestus* . est . accussauit. 

Quaestor . quaesitor. 
15 Quadrans . quarta . pars . nummi. 

Quadriperkitum . *cocunung. 

Quacumque . *suae sui^e. 

Quantisper . *suae suiSe. 

Quatemio . ♦quatem. 
30 Quasum . quomodo. 

QxiSique qu^dam. 

Quasilum . diminutiuae 

Quassat . uexat. 



^ The u has been added aboYe the line. 

' The Erfurt MS. has: Pnncto, foramine in quo pedes yinctoriom tenetur in ligno 
cnbitalis spacio interiecto id est cosp {Neue JahrbUcher fur Philologiey 13<"^ Supple- 
mentbd., 1847, p. 360, No. 43). See also the Epinal Glossary, 19. a. 3. 

* See Hildebrand's Qloesarium, p. 252 (No. 515). 

^ So in MS., with the usual sign of contraction for roe above the P. The Erfurt MS. 
has Puba. 

^ The glosses 888 and 889 are added at the foot of the column, with the usual h 
before them, which corresponds to a iS prefixed to the glosses 886 and 887. 

' MS. quastus, and e added above the line between a and s, 

7—2 



100 



OLOSA. Q 24 — R 11 



Quatitur . concutitur. 
25 Quantocius . uelocius\ 

Quanam . aliquam. 

Qimdrare . *geeblicadiiii. 

QuQstores . proefecti. 

Quaeremonis . grauis . quaerela. 
30 Quaestiosius . pretiosius. 

Quaeritat . clamat. 

Quaestiosus . lucrosus. 

Quaenilus. requirens . frequenter. 

Quaesita . pristina. 
35 Quaenilus . garrulus. 

Quaeremoniae . accussationes. 

Quaestio . examinatio. 

Quaestorio.qui questo . cor[poris] 
uiupt] » 

\q^uin quid . quisqt^ unus . 
q... 
40 Quispiam . quis... 

Quidpiam . qu... 

(53**) Quinici . philosophi . aca- 
nibus . uitam . ducentes. 

Quin . sed . tamen. 

Quin . etiam . *aec5on. 
45 Quis . quiliae . ^aeguan. 

Quinquod . quis quod. 

Quiuit . potuit. 

Qui neodem" . qui non eodem. 

Quinqwe folium . *hraefnesfoot. 
50 Quinq?^ neruia . *lecipyrt. 

Quippe . immo statim. 

Quin . praeterea. 

Quintilis . iulius. 

Quirites . ciues . romani 
55 Quid quod. 

Quin nimmo .- magis . uideo. 

Quid . quare. 

Quid ni . quod ne. 

Quis . quilius . stercora. 



60 Quippe . maxime. 

Quin . qui nan, 

Quietudo . pax . securitas. 

Quippiam . modicurnqt^e 

Quies . cessatio. 
6s Qui nos . canes. 

Quiquennalis^ . ut magistratus. 

Quinquennalitas . ipsa .temporis . 
aetas. 

Quis . potes. 

Quid porro . quid . deinde. 
70 Quintus . "^giululing. 

Quisquilia . surculus . modicus. 

Quis quibus. 

Quidqte6 quicumqt^^ 

\q/uo cvLxnqu^e modo . *ge- 
hpelci pega. 
75 Quo quo modo . *aengej)inga. 
Quorsum . quocumque 
Qiumam . ubi. 
Quur . quare. 

Quurris . sella . in qua pur[pur]- 
ati^ . sedent. 
80 QuotucuiqM6 [qui]cumqt«6® . 
denumero. 

(53^^) IXapidus . uelox. 
Hatum . acceptum. 
Rapidissimo . uelocissimo. 
Eacemus . ramus . modicus . 
cuwuis*'. 
5 Raptim . uelociter. 
Eatus . arbitratus. 
Raptamur . trahemur. 
Batum . certum. 
Raster . *egiSe. 
xo Rancidis . *bitrum. 
Radius . *hrisl. 



^ MS. uelocis, and u added above the line, between i and s, 

> Here a portion of the MS. has been torn away, and with it some final letters of 
five lines. 

> eod on an erasure. 

* The e has been added above the line. 

^ Here some letters are torn away, see above note 2. 

^ So in MS. for cum unis. 



J 






GLOSA. R 12 — ^R 90 



J * 



101 



RabuluB . *flitere . in eo botum. 

Ratiunculas . partes . rationis • 
dimiiiutimE6. 

Rata . perf ecta. 
15 Rationato . *ambaect. 

Rabies . *geris. 

Rancor. *troh. 

Rati arbitrate 

Rastros . ^mettocas. 
ao Rabula . rauca 

Ratus . firmus. 

Ramnus.^Seofe^ Sorn. 

Rancet . luncidum . est. 

Ramnus . ramus . spin^ . albae. 
25 Ramneta . equi . aromuU . con- 
stituti. 

Randum . arbitrandum. 

Ramentum . puluis . i^uae radetur 
dealiqua . specie. 

Ratis . Dauis. 

Rapax . praedo. 
30 Rasile c^tiod radi . pot . est. 

Radio . *gabulrond. 

color . efficitur . sicut pedes . ac- 

cipitur. 
Renunculus . *lundlaga. 
Retentare . *stouuigan. 
35 Reiistus . iterum . incensus. 
Recreare . nutrire. 
(54"*) Relegatus . quern bona . 

sua . sequuntur . in exili . in 

exilium. 
Resultet . resonat. 
Reciprocati^ qtii dat . quod . ac- 

cepit. 
40 Redibere . retinere. 
Ref ocilatus . recreatus. 
Reluere . resoluere. 
Religauit . exiliauit. 
Resipiscit . intellegit. 
45 Resipit . intellegit. 
Repudiate . repeUere. 



Reclusum apertum. 

Ref utat . reprobat. 

Reor . aestimo '. 
50 Renidet . olet. 

Rema.* stream. 

Redimitus . coronatus 

Renitite . reclinate. 

Retentari . retinere. 
55 Ref ellere . refutare. 

Refugium . *geberg. 

Resina . *teoru. 

Reuma . *gebrec. 

Reses.*slaec. 
60 Respuplica . ^cjnedoom. 

Rexenteseon . eruditionis. 

Rethorica . praeclara . eloquentia. 

Resultaret . exultaret. 

Rempha . lucifer. 
65 Relatu *spelli. 

Repandialili . apertL 

Repticius . demoniosus. 

Reciprocato . *gestaef nendre. 

Reclines . *suaehalde. 
70 Recessus . *heolstras. 

Remota . *from adoenre. 

Reserat . *onlaec. 

Remex . ♦roeSra. 

Relegatus . exilio . damnatus. 
75 (54*^) Rebantur . arbitrabantur. 

Regiae . postes . maiores. 

Ref ert . praestat. 

Respondit . accedit. 

Reduces . incolome^ 
80 Repagula . *sale. 

Reses . resides. 

Reditus . tributa . agrorum. 

Renones . uestis . depellibiM. 

Reditus . quod semper . redire 
solet . percircuitum dierum. 
85 Rethonidus . satis . horridus. 

Resiscas . permittas. 

Resides . requiescendo . otiosus. 

Reboat . resonat. 

Reclamat . remugit. 
90 Reditus . reuersa. 



^ One or two letters have been erased after the seoond e. 

' MS. aotimo, but first altered to es, 

' So in MS., with a seoond i added aboye the line, between the m and e. 



102 



GLOSA. B 91-n-B 166 



Bessa . resoluta. 

Regor . debitor. 

Resciscere . noua scire. 

Redoluit . satis doluit. 
95 Repsit . obrepsit 

Receptator . auctor . ooncordi . 
m^iii. 

Recula . ordinatio. 

Repugula . pudoris . castra. 

Recessum . locum . inferiorem. 
zoo Repatriat . ad patriam . redit. 

Redimicula . ante quibus . mitra 
ligantur. 

Repens . natans. 

Receptaculum . habitatio . recep- 
tionis' . et exenodocium. 

Regimonium . gubematio. 
Z05 Renocenon' . bos siluester. 

Reuiam . putabam. 

Radius . uema . preco. 

(54^) Redibet . reddet. 

Retorridus . igneus. 
zzo Recensus . recognitus. 

Retica . genus . uitis. 

Reatum latrocinium, 

Remotius . longius. 

Ref ricare . reuoluere. 
115 Refontat . afonterepellit. 

Reciprocis . *prixlindum. 

Relatio . *eScuide. 

Retorto *geSraune. 

Remeo . remeans. 
I20 Refertum . repletum. 

Renis.»heSir. 

Rediua . *aettaelg. 

Reuellit . aloco . remouit. 

Redimicula . auri cingula. 
Z25 Redundat . refluit. 

Rediuiuum . auetustate . rena- 
turn. 

Rediuiuus . qui redit . ad quod 
fait. 

Recisum . succisum. 



Redibere . representare. 
.130 Reticuit . tacuit. 

Rethorem . praeclarum . spen- 
doris. 

Rependere . repensare . uicem . 
reddere. 

Redolit . satis dolet. 

Repunt . strepunt. 
Z35 Refellor . reuincor. 

Refello . ref uto. 

Relata . regesta. 

Redarguit . conuincit. 

Reuulsus . exclusus. 
Z40 Resipit . reconsiderat. 

Repens . subitans. 

Remes . remigator. 

(54^**) Rere . arbitrare. 

Reciprocat . reducat 
Z45 Refutant . rennuunt^ 

Remordit . occultat. 

Redolent . odorem . reddunt. 

Reuerant . *spunnun. 

Religationes. exilium . metallaris. 
Z50 Respersum . aspersum. 

Respuiuit . contemnunt. 

Refouendi* . reuocilandi. 

Recuperatis . reuocatis. 

Recussat . abnuit. 
Z55 Recolit . meminit. 

Rectus . apertus. 

Refertissimum . habundantissi- 
mum. 

Redoles . salus. 

Redarguit . uerberat. 
z6o Redigitur** . reuocatur. 

Reuellit . dissoluit. 

Reuectus reuelatus. 

Repulsam* . dicimus . iniariam . 
repelluntur . homines . ab ho- 
nore. 

Respectus . ^etsith. 
Z65 Reuera . sine dubio. 

Relisdua . reliqua. 



^ This word and et ex- are written as a separate gloss in the MS. 

^ Distinotly so in MS. ' The second u has been added above the line. 

* The / is written on an erasure. 

^ MS. reditur, and gi added above the line. 

^ The a has been written on an erasure. 



QLOSA. R 167^B 245 



103 



Bepedans . reuertens. 
Itei>onile . ^geamuuinde. 
Reciprocatu . *uurixlende. 
Z70 Retiunculas . *resunge. 
Renitenti . refalgentL 

XXii^ftiiti . exquirenti . acute. 

Kidigus . dunis. 

Eictus . *greimung. 
175 Rimosa.*cionecti. 

(55**) Rimatio . exquisitio. 

Rinocoruris . proprit^m nomeu 
locL 

Rien . *laendino. 

Rima . *getael. 
180 RithmuB . dulcis . sermo. 

Rinoceres . nnioomus. 

Ringitar . irascitur. 

Ritibus . consuetis. 

Rimaretur . scrotaretur. 
185 Rigore . ^heardnisse. 

Ridimiculae . *ojne pi85aii. 

Rictura . ferarum . oris . apertio. 

Rigor . rectitudo. 

Rictura . qui dOigenter . inqt^irit. 
190 Riuales > duo . qui uno muliere 
utuntur. 

Riualis . unius riui amor. 

Rigentia . *forclingendu. 

Ritu . more . ordine. 

Rite . studiose. 
195 Ripariolus . *stae5suua]pe ^ 

Rimatur . scrutatur. 

Rigor . afrigore . duritia . et in- 
flexibilitas. 

Rimaris . scrutaris . uel aesti- 
maris. 

M^jostra . nauium . pectora. 
soo Roscidum . humidum. 

Roscinia. *naectegale. 

Rodinope . *lelothrae. 

Romuli . deromanis. 

Rostrum . * neb . us\ * scipes . caeli. 
905 Reboabant . resonabant. 



Robor . arbor . *aac. 

(55***) Robor . uirtus . rubor . 
color . est 

Rostratum . *tindecte. 

Rostris . * fore . uuallum . uel * tin- 
dum. 
3IO Robores . uires . et ligna. 

Rostrum . ubi roditur . aliquid. 

RoBcida . roremadida. 

Roscido . *deape. 

Rostri . *tindas. 
315 Rogus . congeries . lignorum. 

Rotnum . *nabogar. 

M^judimenta . initia . tirocinia. 

Ruder . stercor. 

Rutilum . spendidum. 
320 Rumigerulus . rumoris . inuentor. 

Rudentes . stridentes. 

Rudia . noua. 

Rutuli . latini. 

Rufum . fuscum. 
22s Ruribus . terris. 

Rumigerulus . timoris . opinio- 
nem . portans. 

Rurus . ager . t^l uuilla. 

Rumigat . pecus . cum mastigat. 

Rumphea . gladius . ntr&que 
parte . acutus. 
230 Rumigerantur . cum rumore nun- 
tiantt^. 

Runcina . * locer . *sceaba. 

Rudentes . f unes . uelorum. 

Rudis . nouns. 

Rumex . * edric. 
235 Rutilare . rubicare. 

Rubigo . *brond . 00m. 

Rupem . saxum . f ortem. 

Ructat . expromet. 

(55**) Rubeta . rana. 
240 Ruber . * read. 

Ruminat . rumigat. 

Rumur . mur . mur. 

Rus . ruris. 

Rubrum . rubeum. 
345 Ruscus . *cnioholen. 



^ The second u has been added above the line by the corrector. 



104 



GLOSA. B 246 — S 62 



Rubibundus* peccatis. 
Bumigerum . pecos. 
Bugitus . Bonitus . leonis. 
Budem . accipit . quasi liberta- 
tern. 
350 Budensa . maoeria. 
Bupibus . montibus. 
BungenuB . rurenatus. 
Buscidum . lignum . foliis • spino- 

Bum. 
Bura . monima. 
355 Bubum . lignnm . Bpinosum. 
Bubisca . *saeltiia. 
Budus . stercus . quod dedomo . 

mundantur. 
Bubisca. * raedda . rabisca. 
Busulembo . gentis . uestim^n^i. 
360 Burigenus . pabula . quae adpo- 
nuntur. 



s, 



lagax astutus. 

Saures . surices. 

Saucius^ . uubius. 

Saepis . longa series. 
5 Sategi . festinaui. 

Saluite . salui . estote. 

Sagax . ingeniosus. 

Sanciri . tribui. 

Sator . pater. 
10 Sablo . *molde. 

Saeuitia . iniquitas. 

(55^^) Sancire . confirmare. 

Satrapas . sapientes. 

Satis . consequens. 
15 Salebrosus . asper. 

Salebrae. *J)uerhfyri. 

Saburra . lapis . magnus. 

Sartago . * brediponne. 

Sarcinatuw . *gesiouuid. 
30 Sarculum . * uueodhoc. 

Salitum . coniunctum. 

Sartatecta . ♦gefoegnisse. 

Sangit . considerat. 

Sartum . con iunctum. 
•5 Salebra . loca lutosa. 



Sacella . loca . sacra. 

Sacer . consecratus. 

Sanxit . iussit. 

Saltim . nunc. 
30 Sanies .. tabum . sanguinis est 
mortuorum . quae ssdsum . hu- 
morem . ex se . gignit. 

Satellites . socii . mali . factoris . 
vsl ministrL 

Sarcitum . consutum. 

Saeuo . *unslit smeoro. 

Satrapae . perfect! . persarum. 
35 Sarmentum . ramiqw . deuineis . 
exciduntur. 

Saltus . silua. 

Sacrum . Banctum . alitor . ma- 
lum . execrabile. 

Sabiat . basiat 

Sabunca . herba est medicalis . 
habens . spicas . miri . odoris . 
crescit . in montilm«. 
40 Salix. *8alb. 

Sagax. *gleu. 

Salpicum . tubarum. 

Sarmentum . *spraec. 

(66"*) Salibaribus . *mit5lum. 
45 Sarco&go. *licbeorg. 

Sacellorum . *haerga. 

Salamandra . animal . quodani . 
uiuens . in ignibus. 

Sarisae' . hastae . macedont^m. 

Sata . modius . et dimedvus, 
50 Sambucus . saltator. 

Sarcio . *siouu. 

Samson . sol. 

Sarcinatum . *gesiopid. 

Sabaoth . militiaruT?^. 
55 Sambucus . *ellaem. 

Saxea pila . cum quo . tunditur. 

Sandalium . *scete . *l(^a. 

Sambucus . *sueglhorn. 

Salum , *haeb. 
60 Sagulum . *lo5a. 

Satagit . deliberat . cogitat . t^el 
omnia . peragit. 

Sationis. seminis. 



^ The second u has been added above the line by the corrector. 
^ MS. sariae, and s added above the line between i and a. 



J 



GLOSA. s 63 — s 135 



106 



Sanguinis. *cnioris8e. 
Sardinas . *heringas. 
65 Salicta . ubi salices . naacnntur, 
Saburra . dicUur . qt^indo . la- 

pides . et ligna . mittunt . in 
. nauem . qucte non habent . alia . 

honera. 
Saiiciatus . uulneratus. 
Saginabant . ^maestiin. 
Satius . melius. 
70 Sandix . *uueard. 
Sacra . detesta . bilia. 
Sardas . *smeltas. 
Salamandra . serpens . in ignibt^ 

uiuens. 
Saraballa . apud . caldeos . cura . 

hominum . dicuntt^r. 
75 Salaris . pecunis . debitis. 
(56*'') Sandalia . calciamenta. 
Salsilago . terra . infrncttiosa, 
Saliunca . *sure. 
Samia . puluis. 
80 Sarge . idoneus . cuius . libus . 

artis. 
Sabiatur . obscuratur. 
Sardonix . habet . colorem . san- 
guinis. 
SardiuB . colorem . purum . san- 

guinis. 
Sariat . humum . seminat. 
85 Salum . *seeg . u>e\ mare. 
Salsa . *8ure. 
Satur . saturi. 
Sat . est . satis . est. 
Sangit . dicit 
90 Saxit . tribuit. 

Satis . datio conplementum. 
Sauromate . gentia . et nomen . 

barbae. 
Saliuncus . salices . qt^i uelociter . 

crescunt. 
Saga . nomen gemmae. 
95 Sarganen . idoneus . cuius . libe- 

rum. 
Sarabare . *braecc§* dicitur, 
Sacrificolis . sacrificantidtfrs 
Saures.surices. 

^ The first c added above the 
^ The r has been added above 



Sardus . cibus. 
100 Salpica . tubici . nator. 

Salmentum . qtuxi salibus . con- 

ditur. 
Saba . pappa . uinum . quasi . dul- 

cido . acetum. 
Sandix . genus . frugi. 
Satiare . *asoedan. 
105 Satumia . tellus . terra . italia. 
Sacrafamis . execranda . cupidi- 

tas. 
Sacra orgia. *edmelu. 
Samus . fluuius . italiae. 
Sacrilegus . contra leges f aciens. 

izo ^cilla . animal . scopulus. 

(56^) Scismum . ruptum. 

Scolonia.*cipe. 

Scabellum . *pindfona. 

Scammatum . locus . ubi . anth- 
letae . luctantur. 
,15 Scalpellum . ♦bredisem. 

Scrutinium . (^twd infantes . scru- 
tantur. 

Scrobibus. *furum. 

Scuriora . sordida. 

Scenopegia. solemnitas. taberna- 
culorum. 
Z20 Scema . figura. 

Scalprum . latum . ferrum . in 
ima . parte . sine manubrio. 

Sceptor . notarius. 

Scopa.*besma. 

Sceno . graphia . tabemaculorum . 
scripter. 
135 Scalprum. *byrs.t*6l *J)uarm. 

Scamma . *feld. 

Scita . scripta. 

Saltuum. *feltha. 

Scylla . *eduuelle. 
130 Scansio . *scyrft. 

Sceptra . ♦onpald. 

Scitus . positio. 

Scena . *scadu. 

Scotomaticus . * staerblind \ 
issScenopagia.cassa. 

line. 

the line between the e and 6. 



106 



GLOSA. s 136— s 213 



Scalpro . * bore. 

Scina . nititio. 

Scipiones . uirgae . consulum . or* 
natae. 

Sceua . sinistra. 
140 ScrupuluB . lapillus. 

Scirpea * lebr . breuis. 

Scarpinat . * scripid. 

Scalpellum . *bor. 

Scrupulosiores . obscuriones. 
245 (56^) Scriptitat . frequenter scri- 
bit. 

Scurra . leuuis. 

Scobet . uentilat. 

Scaurus . cuius . calces . retro emi- 
nent. 

Scopon puritas. 
ISO Scaturit . *criid. 

Scarabeus . genus . locustae. 

Sceptrum . uirga . regalis. 

Scordiscum^ . uirga . resalis. 

Soordiscum' . con^m . Sim. 
155 Scopuli . saxa . grandea. 

Scortator . meretricuTTi amator. 

Scrupulator . sollicitator. 

Scropea . saxa nigra. 

Scius . eruditus. 
160 Scabrum . asperum. 

Scedulae . paginae. 

Scea . portatroiae. 

Scoria.* Binder. 

Scitum . indicium. 
16s Scurra . *scond. 

Scorelus . *omer. 

Scatens . ebuUiens. 

Scilla . monstrum 

Scrupulum s sollicitudo. 
170 Scirra . *aqueorna. 

Scrobes . fossaeminores. 

Scrofa . *sugu. 

Scara . * scaed. 

Scabri. pisces. similes .^loposticm 



,75 Scniphes . ♦mygg. 

Scilla . * glaedine. 

Scilla . Serena. 

Scasa . * eborf$rote. 

Scindulis . * scidum. 
180 Scena . * uuebung. 

Scrobibus . ♦groepum. 

(67") Scalmus .  thol. 

Sceda . * taeg. 

Scaurosus . asper. 
185 Scienices . *scinneras. 

Scirpea . *eorisc' . leber. 

Scalpula . *sculdur. . 

Scaphum. *scip. 

Scandit . diuidit . uerba. 
190 Sciphus. *bolla. 

Scapha . nauicula. 

Scintella . *sp8erca. 

Scrobis . sulcis. 

Scalpio . *scriopu. 
195 Scitalus . genus serpentis. 

Scabrida . asperitas . corporis. 

Scripulum . legimus . pro cura. 

Sceuitas . iniquitas. 

Sciui . fiolae^ 
aoo Scriba . doctor. 

Scola . doctrina. 

Sdactarius . portator . Brmorum. 

Sceuuw . *goduureci. 

ScabrO'. *unsmo^i. 
90s Scenis . *scinnum. 

Scafus . *huma. 

Scenopegia . casa. 

Scande . diuide* . uerba* . vA uer- 



sum^ 



Oepsit . serpit. . 
2x0 Secta . heresis. 

Septus . circum . datus. 
Sepulta . grauata. 
Serotinum . tardentium. 



\ 



1 These glosses are distinctly so written in the MS. 

^ The 8 is written on an erasure. 

» See P 160. 

^ The second t has been added below the line. 

i^ The r has been added above the line. 

^ The first u added above the e by the corrector. 



i 



GiiOSA. s 214 — s 292 



107 



Semis . patium . *))eah8aex. 
215 Sexcuplum . sex . pro nno. 

Sentina . *lectha. 

Sentes . * Somas. 

Seplasium . ulcus . in campania \ 
ubi sunt . unguentari. 

(57*^) Seon . germen inutile. 
220 Serpillum . *bradelaec. 

Seruitus . condicionis . nomen, 

Seruitium . multitudo . a&morum, 

Beditio. *unsib. 

Sertis . coronis. 
325 Senticosis . spinis. 

Seta . *byrst. 

Senticosis . spinosis. 

Secessus . *heolstr. 

Sella . *sadol. 
,30 Sei«s . uermes . quitexunt 

Sequester . ♦byrga. 

Secreti . diuisi. 

Sclabrum . *uuind. 

Scalpo . *clape. 
335Scuponim.*h]iuSa. 

Sectare . persequere. 

Sectans . exercens. 

Seueritas . integritas . iudici. 

Sector . usurpator. 
340 Sererent . dicerent. 

Seuerus . crudelis. 

Semianimus . semiuiuus. 

Sed potius . magis . immo. 

Seditio . perturbata . simulatto. 
345 Serit . seminat . dicit. 

Seuit . inseruit. 

Serta . tecta. 

Serpenti' . inruenti. 

Series . ordo . rerum. 
250 Seruit . dixit . seminauit. 

Seponitur . separatum. 

Sedulo . sollicito. 

Senodus . coTigregatio . senum. 

Seria . ordinata. 
355 Serpit . natans. 



Secus . aliter. 

Seoernit . seperat. 

Sequestra . sepone. 

(57^) Senatus . consultum. 
360 Seriem . oUim. 

Sertor . cultor. 

Sepit . munit. 

Sentes . uiae . spinosae. 

Sepafrati^ . separate. 
365 Semigelato . *halfclungni^ 

Serio . ordine. 

Sero . *eomisti. 

Seuo . *smeoru. 

Sentis . intellegis. 
370 Sexciplum . dimedium. 

Seuerus . iratus. 

Serum . *hpfieg. 

Seboim . nomen . hominis . vA 
cinitBLtis, 

Selectus . separatus\ 
275 Semidalim . simila. 

Sensim . *sofbe. 

Senon . ♦cearricgge. 

Senecen . *gundesuilge. 

Sentensiosus . integre . iudicanis. 
380 Sextertius . duo . asses . et dime- 
dium. 

Septisonium . ubi sunt. uii. sonae . 
in caelo. 

Setha . aperi. 

Serion . inepte. 

Sepes . longa . series. 
> 285 Semenstrum . qt^osi . semis . men- 
strum. 

Sequester . susceptor . pignoruw. 

Serpulum . puleium* . campestre. 

Sertis . ccmiugis. 

Selinis . nomen insul^. 
390 Senta . senectus . defecta. 

Semicors . peius est socorde . 
minus . habens . socorde . stul- 
tissimus. 

Seriam rem . necessiam rem. 



^ The i has been added below the n. 

3 The r added above the line. 

' The i added below the line, tacked on to the second stroke of final n. 

^ The u added above the line. 

'^ The eium written on an erasure. 



k 



108 



GLOSA. s 293 — s 375 



Sestertius . modus . pecuniQ. 

Senente . furente. 
995 Senta . sordida. 

Sentorium . qui nominat. 

Sepeliant. *onsnebba3. 

(57^^) Sepositis.separatis. 

Senno.»spr^. 
aoo Sedulium . *r8Bgu. 

Seuex . *ald. 

Senior. *aeldra. 

Sero . nomea . auis . circa . aethio- 
piam. 

Ouigillatim . persingula. 
305 Sistit . statuitur. 

Signis . tardus. 

Sine . per mitte. 

Sistitor . obtinetur. 

Sisto . exibeo. 
3x0 Sinus . seoessio . littoris. 

Situlo . modiolum. 

Sicania . sicilia. 

Simulator . fictus. 

Signifer . qui . signa • portat. 
3x5 Si commus . aliquin. 

Sirtes . riui . rapaces. 

Siquominus . oHoquin^ 

Sirtis . ardua loca. 

Sibba . *sigl. 
320 Seneambagus . sinecircuitu. 

Simultatis . desentiones. 

Sitarcium . uiaticum. 

Sirius . sidns . ardentissimt^. 

Singultat . ^sicetit . v^l *gesca 
daet. 
325 Siticulosus . qui semper . sitit. 

Situm . coUocatum. 

Sigillum . sigDum . anulL 

Singraphae . subscriptiones. 

Sipius . sapiens. 
330 Simeon . obauditio. 

Siccima . humeri. 

Sina . mandatum. 

Sicomoros . *heopan. 

Siliquas . gent^ leguminis. 



335 Sicarius . gladiator* 

(58")Siser.holus. 

Situla , ♦om ber. 

Sinapian . *cressa. 

Sicalia . *ryge. 
340 Sinuosa . *£EkeSmendL 

Sidus . quod in se plures . Stellas • 
continet. 

Singrafa . cautio. 

Sinciput . semis caput. 

Sinnaticum . marmororiento^. 
345 Simila . farina . subtilis. 

Sinifonium . parabulam. 

Siatta . sapodimeos . deproedica- 
tione . uisionis . dei. 

Simpla . *anfald. 

Sirina . *meremenin. 
350 Sicera . qui fit . dactylo sncus. 

Sicera . omnis . potio . quo ine- 
briari . poteaf . excepto . uino. 

Sic uoluere . sic tractare. 

Simmallis . salaris . pecunis . de- 
bitis. 

Sica . genus cultrL 
355 Singultus . *gesca. 

Sinnum . *cirm. 

Siliqua . *pisanhosa. 

Sisca . *sni5streo. 

Signior . tardior. 
360 Siler . gemis ligni. 

Sinf oniaca . * belone. 

Signaum. *segn. 

Similaginem' . genus triticL 

Simultas . ♦unsib. 
365 Sinopede . *redestan. 

Situs . positio. 

Sicof antia . calumniatur. 

Sistipulator . sipromittit. 

Silurus . gemis . piscis. 
370 Situs . modicus . odor modicus. 

Sistit . exuiit. 

Siuit . permisit. 

Simbulum. *lierebenc. 

Sine cabellatione . sine argu- 
men to. 
375 (58*^) Sinus. *byge. 



1 So in MS. 

' MS. similiginem, but the third i altered into a. 



J 



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109 



Sinus . *fae5m. 

Simisti . conscii . secretorum. 

fOiii^i*^g<^i^ • uiridem . habet 

colorem. 
Smus . *pellyrgae. 



4^5 



s. 



380 kJoSsl . sapientia. 

Sospis . saluus. 

Solentia . astatia. 

Sodales . socii. 

Sopit . terminat . finit. 
38sSocrus.*sueger. 

Socer . *sur. 

Solers . acutus. 

Soffisticis . scientibus. 

Solers . a^tutus. 
390 Sobrinus . qui desororenascitur. 

Sobrius . ingeniosus. 

Soboles . filius . filia. 

Socordia* . stnltitia. 

Soccus . *socc . slebescoh. 
395 Sonisactas . sociatrices. 

Solisequia . *sunfolgend. 

Sofisma' . conclusio. 

Solum . terra. 

Sopio . *suebbo. 
400 Sopitis . *onsuebdum. 

Sollicitat . *fcyhteS. 

Sofar . speculam . dissipans. 

Solidum . integrum. 

Sooors . semioors. 
405 Sonipes . equus. 

Solamen . solacium . est. 

Sonores . sonograues. 

Sospitate . sanitate. 

Sopita . sepulta. 
410 Solida . firma. 

Solidauit . confirmauit. 

(58**) Solabor . consolabor. 

Sodolus . diligens. 



Sopit . extingoit. 

Sons . nocen& 

Sofisma . commentum. 

Solstitium . dicitur . quasi . ipso 
die uno mento . nidetur . quasi 
sol stare. 

Sonorum . sonitu • garriens. 

Sordiscum . corium . crudum. 
4ao Sophismatum . quaestionum. 

Sophistica . fraudulenta. 

Sophista . sectagentilium. 

Sorix . ♦lutis'. 

Soleris . utilis. 
425 Sortiunt . tribuunt 

Soue . desine. 

Sodes . siaudis. 

Sortilegus . qui dat . sortem. 

Sodumaeris . splendidum . ^ris. 
430 Sororius . filius . sororis. 

Solere . sobat. 

Sodatus . placatas. 

Sortem . *pyrd . condicionem. 

Sortileges . *hlutan*, 
435 Sollicito . *tyhto. 

Soluat . *ondest. 

Sollicitare . * ty htan. 

Soricarius . *mushabuc. 

Sol . phoebi. 



440 



Sopor . 



momna. 



s 



Ipecimen . signum . vA splendor . 

uel nobilitas . ue\ indicium . tiel 

figura . similitudo. 
Speriae . rotundae. 
Spatiatt^ . deambula^. 
Spatiaretur . deambularetur. 
445 Spina . *bodeg. 

Spurcia . inmunditia. 
Spretus . contemtus. 
(58^^) Sponte . uoluntate. 
Spatulas . rami . asimilitudine . 

spadi'^ . dicti*. 



^ The ordi written on an erasure. 

3 The second 8 added above the line. 
* MS. has accent over the u. 

4 go in MS., but y written over the u. 

^ These two words are written as a separate gloss in the MS. This gloss appears 
in Wiilcker*8 VocahularieSy i. 47, No. 36, who regarded spadi as an A. S. word. Bat it 
is the Lat. gpatha. 



110 



GLOSA. S 450 — S 531 



450 Spicas . *ear. 

Splene iocnndissime. 

Spalagius . musca . ueuenosa. 

Spatiaretur . *suicade. 

Spiculis . *flanum« 
455 Spectat . uidet 

Speculatus • probatus. 

Spospondit . promisit 

Spera . pila ingens. 

SpilloB . medicos. 
460 Spectatus . probatus. 

Speculum . neuer* . generis. 

Specula . feminini. 

Spurius . inoerto . patre. 

Spurius . meretricius. 
46s Spargona . infantia. 

Sper . qt^i est onichinus . lucu- 
lentas . habe^. 

Sparaatites . defensor. 

SputacuZtim . sputum. 

Spalagma . conpositio. 
470 Sponda . *bencselma. 

Sponda . lectum. 

Splenis . *milte. 

Spina . alba . *haegu5orn. 

Spina . nigra . *slabtk>m. 
475 Spatula . *bed. 

Spoma . poma. 

Specus . spelunca. 

Spiciones . uirga . consulum. 

Spoliarium . ubi spolia . ponun- 
tur. 
480 Sparulus . nomen piscis. 

Spiculum . sagittae caput. 

Spercius . fiuuius . thesaliae. 

Spartum . linea. 
' Spidis . nodis. 
485 (59**) Speleum . saxum . cauum. 

Spiramentum . *hol. 

Spiato . * matte. 



s 
s 



qualores . ^orfeormnisse. 



tellantes . splendentes. 



490 Strages . prostratio . corporura . 
in bello. 

Stipendia . munera. 

Strues . congeries. 

Stipulator . adfirmator. 

Stipant . cingant. 
495 Stigmata . ignea. 

Stirps . radix origo. 

Statio . portum. 

Stabula . *seto. 

Stabula . astando. 
500 Stolidus . stultus. 

Strepitat . tumultttat. 

Strenua . fortia 

Stuprum . societas . turpis . cum 
feminis. 

Stiba . * handle. 
505 Stigmata . plagae. 

Stirps . prosapia. 

Strofanus . inpostor. 

Stimulat . incitet. 

Stilum . calamum. 
510 Stare . facia. 

Stipem . elemosinam. 

Stabulum . *stal. 

Strigillum . ♦screope. 

Stragua . *8trel. 
51S Stuppa . ♦heordan. 

Stromatum . opus uarie . contex- 
tum. 

Stemma . corona. ^ 

(59^) Stemma . omamentuf7» . 
regale. 

Stigma . punctus. 
590 Stroffa . calida . uersutia. 

Stemutatio . *fnora. 

Stroma . lectulum. 

Stinllum . capme barba. 

Strenas . carmen . lamen. 
595 Struerer . ♦streide. 

Stumus . *staer. 

Strues . *heap. 

Striga . ^haegtis. 

Stibium . unguentum. 
530 Stomus . *dropfaa^. 

Stipito . ligno. 



} MS, nener, with a sign of contraction above the er ; probably for neutri. This 
and the next gloss belong together. 



I 

J 



GLOSA. s 532 — s 616 



111 



Strenuissimus . fortisdimtM 

StipatoribuB . *ymb hringendum. 

Strepitu . *braechtme. 
S3S Strenue . *fromlice. . 

Strictis . *getogenum. 

Stellae . astando. 

Strinici . cupidi. ^ 

Storax . gernis ligni. 
540 Btroffia . inpostura. 

Stipes . mendicitates. 

Stipis . mendicus. 

Strica . tunica. 

Stramete . istos . bnius . uarieta- 
tis. 
545 Stigmata . soema . tiel figura. 

Stacten . stillatio. 

Stupram . uirginitatis . perditio. 

Stiria . *gecilae. 

Stabulum . *falaed. 
550 Stagnum . ♦mere. 

Stinc . bine. 

Stilium . * spinel. 

(59**) Stertens . *brutende. 

StUio . ♦brae5emuus^ 
555 Stemma . caracter.. 

Suppa . *ecambe. 

Strategy . principes. 

Stangulat . *pyrgeS . ttel *smora(5. 

Stiiperatus . stupe . Rictus. 
560 Stagilla . nomen . fluminis. 

Stolones . fructices . radicum . 
arborum. 

Stricta . macera . *getogone 
sueorde. 

Stamen . *pearp. 

Stic . bic. 
565 Stragulat . uariat. 

Stultatus . qui deferre nescit. 

Stipula . in postura. 

Stemit . ^gebnsegitb. 

Strenas. *lybesne. 
570 Stellatus. *astaenid. 

Strutio . *stryta '. 

Stigmata . *picung. 

Stomacbum.*maga. 



Strigillus . * aera . aerenscreop. 
575 Stenax . * purpul. 
Stiga. "^gaad. 
Sturfus . *fina. 
Strabus. *scelege^ 



s. 



luffragator . patronus. 
580 Suffragium . patrocinium. 

Sub plaudans. "^gelpende. 

Sustentatio . sustentatura. 

Subpuratis . purulentis.. 

Sub plosa. exclusa. 
585 Sufiundit . ^ablendeS. 

Sugillatum . inclinatum. 

(59****) SurculuB . * tuig . ouuaestm. 

Sub regeres . sub ieceris. 

Suspicio. uenero. 
590 Sub acti . sub iugati. 

Surculus . plantatio. 

Sus pectus . dubius. 

Sub dicione . sub potestate. 

Subsidium . auxilium. 
595 Supremi . excelsL 

Succubuit . defecit. 

Subigerunt . domauerunt. 

Sub rogare . sub ministrare. 

Sugillatio . reprehensio. 
600 Sub rogat. adhibet. 

Summa . perfecta. 

Sudumaeris . splendidum seris 

Sub dit . sub ponit. 

Susurrat . murmurat. 
605 Susurio. ^proht spitel. 

Suspensi . dubiae . cogitantes. 

Suscetur . irasceti^r. 

Suspectioris . sollicitioris. 

Sub actum . uictum. 
610 Sub recta . inclinata. 

Sub actus . inclinatus. 

Subcentia . fomenta. 

Sub rigens . erigens. 

Superstiti . uiui. . 
615 Subit . intrat. . 

Subiit . intrauit. 



^ The second u added above the line. 
' The y is written on an erasure. 
^ The ge are written on an erasure. 



112 



OLOSA. s 617— s 692 



Summatdm . quod dicimus . parti- 
bua. 

Sufficit . subministrat. 

Suprimit . abscondit. 
6ao Superstes . filius . in rebus . hu- 
manis. oonstitatus. 

(60^) Suscensere . inputare. 

oaperstitdosus . deorum . cultor . 
fiel falsus . neglegiosus . uei 
super . relegiosissimus. 

Subtrinum . locus . ubi conficiun- 
Ut/r . aliquae . species. 

Subseruat . modicum . seruat. 
635 Suffragatur . fauet. 

Subdolus . subtilis . dolosus. 

Summatim . paulatim. 

Subsiciuum . suburbanum. 

Superhabuudans . indigenes . per 
habundantiam . frugum. 
630 Suffecti . poUuti 

Suotim . suomore. 

Surum . "^spearua. 

Sucinus . lapis . qui ferrum . tra- 
hit. 

Sullus . ♦ottor. 
635 Sub arrata . "^geuuetfaestae. 

Suspensus . "^ahaefd. 

Sugmentum. augmentum. 

Subergem . arbores. 

Suber . lignum. 
640 Supera . nauis. 

Sualdam "^durliere. 

Summam . principatum. 

Subsellia . scamma. 

Subfragator . '^mundbora. 
645 Subsciuum . *fraecni. 

Successus . "^ speed. 

Sublustris . *scir. 

Suspexit . susum • aspexit. 

Superciliu97» . superbia. 
650 Supparant . suppleant. 

(60***) Suppetium . refugium. 

Suscensere . culpare. 

Subcenturatis . adiunctis. 



Suprema . qteando sol . suppre- 

655 Subulcus . "^snan^. 

Superat . restat. 

Suffectus . subrogatus. 

Subarrauit . pignorauit. 

Subsicium^ • sub sequens. 
660 Sumtuarius . qui erogat . sumtos. 

Sugillauit . gulae . manum . dedit. 

Suesta . "^suina . soeadu. 

Succeus . irascens. 

Subpeditat . subministrat. 
665 Suscenset^ . detrahit. 

Suntote ^ . estote. 

Sugillat. subfocat. 

Sudestitiones . pali. 

Sunio . nomen . insulae. 
670 Suauiat . osculat. 

Summata . omamenta. 

Suaapte . suasponte. 

Subdiuo . sub c^lo . puro. 

Suliunt . f urent . iracunde. 
67s Suides . si audis. 

Surgit . *paexit, 

Subcentia • momenta. 

Sub equilibra . sub librato . iu- 
dicio. 

Siacte . sua . natura. 
680 Subf ragatus . proecisis . cnrrilyus, 

Suoue . taurilia . sacra . sunt . 
detribus . animalibus . siue . 
oue . etauro. 

Subit . succurrit . tiel imemoriam . 
uenit. 

Sulforia . *suefl ®. sueart. 

Sustinent . expectant. 
685 Suspenderat. ^apenide. 

(60**) Supero . superuiuo. 

Suffecit . subministrat. 

Sucini . *glaeres. 

Subigo . *protu. 
690 Sub cono . ^ under haehnisse. 

Sudum. *lybt. siccum. 

Suspirat . anhelat. 



I So in the Erfurt MS. ^ So in MS. for suan. 

^ MS. suboimu, and si added aboye the line between the b and e. 

^ MS. suBcensit, but the t altered into e, 

^ MS. suntite, but i altered into o. ^ MS. suel, and /added above the e. 



J 



m 



mm 



GLOSA. S 693— T 32 



113 



Sub nixus . humilis. 

Sub cumbat . sub ruat. 
695 Superant . transeunt. 

Sutrinator . *scoere. 

Subsannat . *hospetQt. 

Suffocacium . *cecil. 

Sub iugatis . *ge5eduiia. 
700 Suis . *suin. 

Suaeder *butanto5um. 

Suspensum . dubitanteni. 

Suspensi . solliciti. 

Suggerit . dictat. 
705 Sunt . *smt. 

Sue] Hum . *suiniii. 

Sublegit . collegit. 

Subtalaris . *steppescoh. 

Supuratio . *gelostr. 



S: 



710 f^jnefsLctsLR . puplicas. 
Synesactas . pudicas. 
Synonima . uaria . dicta. 
Syllogismus . conclusio . inebita- 

bile. 
Syrtes . arena. 
715 Sympsalma . uocum . adunata . 
copulatio. 
Symphosia. expositio. 
Syndetus . contra . positus. 
Syngraffe . cautiones. 
Syntheta^ . conposita. 
730 Symphonia . modulationis . tem- 
peramentitm. 
(60**^) Symbulum . *hereb8ecun. 
Synfosion. similitudinem. 
Syntasma . documentum. 
Syntasmata . documenta. 
725 Sypyegen . uisionem , tiel reuela- 
tionem, 
Symtagmateseon . magister . eru- 

ditionis. 
Synodus . conuia . undesinco 
nodus . uia . dicitur. 



Synodicus . susceptionibus . pere- 

grinorum. 
Synaxeos . conuentus. 
730 Synisastas ' . somnicolosL 

Symbulae . multae . conlationes . 
in unum . mysticae. 
732 Syrine . puellae . marinae. 



T, 



axatio . significatio. 

Tagax nominat. 

Tagax furuDCulus. 

Taxit . tangit. 
5 Taxat . nominat. 

Tabescit . defecit 

Tabo . putrido. 

Talentum . pondus . argenti. 

Tandundem . et tantidem . idem 
est. 
xo Tandem . aliquando. 

Tantane . tanta . ergo. 

Tabe . cruor . sanguinis. 

Tabicon . contra omnes . hereses. 

Tautalogia . repetitio. 
15 Taxus . *iuu. 

Talpa . * pond. 

Taculus.*brocc. 

Tabemum . domus . ubi . uinuw . 
emitur. 

Talpa . *ponde uueorpe. 
so Tabunus . *briosa. 

Tapetsa.*rye. 

Tabe turn.* bred. 

Talio . simili. 

(61") Talumbus . *gescadpyrt. 
25 Taxatione . *raedinne. 

Tabuisset. *asuond®. 

Tantisper . *5us suicSe. 

Tantisper . interim. 

Tabema.*pinaem. 
30 Tabida . et putrefacta. 

Tandundem . id ipsum. 

Talionem . ul tionem. 



1 MS. synheta, and t added below the line, between the n and h. 
3 The second s written on an erasure. 

' After this word follows the usual mark of reference S, corresponding to the usual 
ii prefixed to the gloss following, which has been added at the top of the column. 

C. G. 8 



114 



GLOSA. T 33 — ^T 119 



Talio . iiicissitudo. 

Tautones . palpebrae. 
35 Tait . quarta . parte. 

Taruca . uestis . regia. 

Talaria . *fedrhoman. 

Talatrus . colophus . intalio. 

Tabo . morbo. 
40 Taurus. *fear. 

Taxauerat . *gierende. 

Talus . ♦oncleouue. 

Tabulata.»5ille. 

Tala . ♦pebgerodes. 
45 Tabulamen , *?5ille. 
- Taenis . *5uaeluin. 



T, 



egula. *tigule. 

Tedis . ♦blesuw. 

Teter.*duerc. 
soTerga.fuga. 

Tergiuersator . dorsi . uersator. 

Tenax . parous. 

Tenus . finis. 

Tenuere . possidere. 
55 Tendamus . ambulamus. 

Testudo . densitas . ramorum. 

Territoriuwi . *lond. 

Temulentus . ebriosus. 

Testudo . duritia . gallacia. 
60 Tergus . tergora . coria. 

(Gl**) Teretes ^ rotundi. 

Tergum . dorsum. 

Temeritas . uiolentia. 

Temere . prcwpropere. 
65 Tempestiuum . oportunum. 

Temerarius . audax. 

Temerare . uiolai*e. 

Testificatus . clamat. 

Teterrimus . satis . niger. 
70 Tellus . terra. 

Tentigo.*gesca. 

Territoria . loca . modica. 

Tesmaforia . legis . latio. 

Teres . rotundum. 
75 Thedis . aquis. 

Tentorium. *geteld. 



Teristrum . ligatio . capitis. 

Teserois . quadris. 
— Tempe . *8ceadugeardas. 
80 Temulentus . uinolentus. 

Testudo . *bord5eaca. 

Territorium . possessio. 

Tenus . extrema . pars . arcus. 

Tessera. *tasul. 
85 Tertiana . *lenctinald. 

Teris . distulis. 

Terebellus . * nabogaar. 

Tenticum . *sprindel. 

Telum .*peb. 
90 Textrinuw . *pebb. 

Termofilas . *faesten^. 

Terpore . calore. 

Terrigenae . gigantes. 

Terminet.fi^^. 
95 Tempe . silua. 

Temerari . poUui . 

(61**) Temonibus . *J)ixlum. 

Tetrum . nimis . odorem . pesti- 
ferum . nigrum. 

Tenore . ordme. 
xoo Teres . *8iunhuurftil. 

Teges . ategendo . dictum. 

Testa . testu. 

Terminus . lapis . ipse . a,tn\yu8 pe- 
dihus minus . hahena, 

Toereumata . qui tomo . rosa^ sunt 
X05 Tenarum . aditum . inf erorum. 

Termodum . mons . siciliae. 

Tenor . texus . epistulaa 

Tendit . nititur. 

Teterani . tenebrosi. 
xio Tedae . lampades. 

Tesserarius . proepositu . curro- 
rum . qui bella . nutriunt. 

Tenelis . qui potest . teneri. 

Tedae . fasces . nuptiales. 

Tectoriatus . tecto . opertus. 
X15 Terminate . exultate. 

Teretruwi . maf ortio. 

Terribula . formidolosa. 

Temetum . uinum. 

Tetricus . tristes. 



1 MS. teretis, bat i altered to «. ^ The s has been added above the t. 

3 See Hildebrand's Glossarium Latinum, p. 285, 



GLOSA. T 120 — ^T 200 



115 



X20 Terido . uemis . in ligno. 
,. Temperiem . *uueder. 

Tetaustus^ . bilinguis. 

Tentorium . casamilitam. 

Terimentum . nutrimentum. 
125 Tetricus . obscurus. 

Tegit . celat 

Tendit . dilegit. 

Tehis . *tegum . *fodru«i. 

Teloniaris . *uuicgeroebum. 
130 (61^) Temere. tain facile. 

Testor . proedicor. 

Territ . formidat 

Teruus . ferus. 



T, 



heo8 . contemplator. 
135 Thitis . mare. 

Theda . lignum luminaribies op- 
tam. 

Theologia . dai genelogia. 

Thorax . pectus. 

Thia . amita . soror patris. 
X40 Thermas . colores. 

Thiriacae . medicinae ignit^ 

Theorica . contemplatiua'. 

Theologica . in diuinis . rebt^. 

Thorax . undethus . facitur. 
145 Theodranius . consentia . euange- 
liorum. 

Thema . figura. 

Thiaras . laudes . uirginum. 

Thorociclas . scluptae . imagines. 

Theman . auster. 
ISO Thyesteas . comesationes. 

Thya . matertera. 

Thymus . *haet. 

Tholu8.*hrof. 

Thersicorem . musa. 
15s Thadalus . *brooc. 

Thessera . *beeme. 

I "itania . sideralia. 
Titica . *tiuefl. 



Tisifone* *uualcyrga 
160 Titio. *brond. 

Tilia . *lind. 

Tiara . frigium . pillium^ 

(62*^) Tinniens . sonans. 

Tiro . ignarus . nouus. 
X65 Tipum . forma . HimUllvdinis. 

Tignarius . * hrofuuyrhta. 
-Timpana . tecta . uehicu^rz^m. 

Titurus . hircus. 

Tincti . *sli. 
170 Tilio . *baest. 

Tignum.*tin. 

Titule . *gataloc. 

Tibialis. *baanrist. 

Titerani . proni. 
X75 Timiamate . odor . suauitatis. 

Tibicen . qui cum tibia canit. 

Titulat . significat. 

Titon . sol. 

Tilares . *laiiricae. 
180 Tironibus. militibzM. 

Tippula . uermis . aquatict^. 

Tipo . *draca . t^l inflatio. 

Tirocinia . initia . rudimenta. 

Tigillum . * first. 
Z85 Tinnulus . atinniendo . dicitur . id 
est *eraia. 

Tipsina . grana . ordei. 

Titerani . tenebrosi. 



T. 



orpet . stupet. 

Torpuit . obmutuit. 
190 Torrere . cremare. 

Tongillatim . singillatim. 

Toga . puUa . nigra. 

Tonsi . remi. 

Topus . locus. 
195 Tot casus . tantas . calamitate^. 

Torax . lurica. 

Torpet . languet. 

(62'*) Toffus . lapis . oculosus. 

Tollit . exaltat. 
200 Tocoria . hospitia. 



^ The first s has been added above the line. 

^ The ti added above the line. 

' MS. pillium, and e added above the second L 



8—2 



116 



GLOSA. T 201— T 276 



Torpor . segiiitie& 

Torreuit . siccauit. 

Toparca . loci . princeps. 

Tonica . polimita . * bring faag . 
ArotxinditcUe circnlorum. 
aos Torta. *auunden. 

Tonsa. *roSr. 

Toetriymyteo . deresurectione. 

Tomum . librum. 

Tos huius . dy dci. 
3IO Topazion^ . ut aqua, micat. ut est 
porru& 

Tolor . hasta. 

Tortum.*coecil. 

Torquet . *iiiiraec. 

Toreuma . *eduuaelle. 
215 Torax . *feolufer6. 

Torrentibt« *8treamum. 

ToUit . sustulit. 

Torua . horrenda. 

Togatus . togacircumdatus. 
220 Togipurium . toga . pura. 

Toga . palmata. qui palmas. habet 

Toruus . asper. 

Tori . lacerti . brachiorum. 

Torrens . fluuius . conceptus. 
225 Toles . membra . sunt . circa cauam. 

Tori lecti . quod indurat . in Lu- 
mens . taurortim. 

Torosa . *sionuualt. 

Toga. *goduuebbe. 

Torquent . * J?rungun. 



230 



(62^) 



T 



dic- 



235 



ropus . mensui'a 
tionis. 

Troiae . ab oris . afinibus . Troiae. 
Trubidus . iratus. 
Tronus . sedes . excelsa. 
Transitum . trans mutatum. 
Trudit . excludit. 
Trursus . clusus. 
Tritor . ab eo . quod est . tritus. 
Trapetae . molae. 



Trucis. asper. 
340 Truculentus . seuus. 

Tripudiare . laetare . et exultare. 

Trans . permedium. 

Tragicus . comitus . ut motus . ut 
gressus. 

Tropologia . moralis . explanatio. 
345 Tribunalia . cathedra. 

Trax . dims. 

Trux . *unhiorde. 

Tres . artabae . x . modios. faciunt. 

Trochus . genus . roti . ad luduni. 
250 Trorsus . inpulsus. 

Tropus . sonus. 

Trossulae . aequites. 

Trieris . magna . nauis . tribus. 

Treracsy . audiuiturji. 
255 Tropicon . moralium. 

Trofon . couuersationem. 

Tripudium . uictoriae . gaudium. 

Trutina . *heolor. 

Triclinium . anteusus . topadio- 
rum . in tribus . lectulis . recum- 
bebatur. 
260 Trapetis . molis . oliuarttm. 

Traductus . *georuuyrde. 

(62^^) Tripudiantes . exultantea 

Tragoedia . *bebbi . cantio. 

Tropea . *8igebecn. 
265 Tripudiare . uincere. 

Trocleis . *stricilum. 

Triplia.*lebl". 

Truditur . inseritur. 

Traducere . dehonestare'' . defa- 
mare. 
270 Translaticius. quitrans.mutetur. 
deloco . adlocum. 

Tropcum . proeda. hostibus. facta. 

Trige . ubi . iii . equi . sub curso . 
sunt. 

Tropea . spolia . punitorum. 

Trenis . lamcntationibi^^. 
275 Trapizeta . mensularius. 

Troclinus . sectae . genus. 



^ zt on an erasure. 

* The upper stroke of the 6 appears to have been erased, wherefore the word reads 



leoL 



3 MS. dehonestore, but the second o altered to a. 



I 



QLOSA. T 277— T 353 



117 



Tramitum . uiae . trans uersae. 

Tritonia . genus est . ferri . in mare*. 

Tritili quod teri . pot . est. 
•80 Traiectus . *Sorhbrogden. 

Truucatus . decolatus. 

Triclinium . ubi tria lecta ster- 
nuntur . vA tertia . cenacu- 
lum. 

Trudit . processit. 

Truditur . impellitur. 
a85 Triuere . tomauere. 

Tridens . *auuel . *meottoc. 

Treraulus . *aespe. 

Trufulus. *feluspreci. 

Transtrum . *saes. 
390 Ti-ulla . *cruce. *turl' . *scofl. 

Triuerunt . scripserunt. 

Triquadrum . *Srifeo6or. 

(63**) Trans . *bigeonan. 

Triumur . dignitattg namen. 
395 Tragelaphus . ^elch. 

Triunda ligurgite . qt^asi triplici 
unda. 

Trabea . uestis . regia . toga . pur- 
purea. 

Trulla . *ponne. 

Traiecit . transmisit. 
300 Tractata . tangi. 

Trabs . trabis. 

Tripodia . mensa . apollonis. 

Trudes . fustes . ferratae. 

Transfert . *geuuendit. 
305 Truncus . sinecapite. 

Tribuli . *braere. 

Traiectis . congregatis. 

Tranant . *8orhsuimma5". 

Tripes . *stooL 
3x0 Tria . *huice. 

Tractibte^ *naescum. 

Titigoediae . miseriae. 

Trita . *5rostle. 

Truitius . *?5raesce. 
315 Traigis . *higrae. 

Trietherica . post triennia. 



Tricent . *aelden*. 

I ubera , * elate. 

Tugurium . hospitium. 
390 Tubo . *Sruh. 

Tubolo . *fala. 

Tugurium . ategendo . quasitego- 
rium. 

i?urdella . *?5rostle. 

Turdus . *8cric, 
32s Tuta . *orsorg. 

Tuber . tumor . *asuollen. 

Tubicen . qui cum tuba canit. 

(63*^) Tudicla . *tliuaere. 

Tutellam . *scildenne. 
330 Tutius . securius. 

Tus . incensum. 

Tuber . *liofer. 

Tunditantes . sepetundentes. 

Turma . ordo. 
335 Tuetur . custoditur. 

Turpisculum . turpe . diminu- 
tiuv/m. 

Turbinae . rotae . uentorum. 

Turget . crescere . incipit. 

Tumulum . sepulchrum. 
340 Turbor . perturbatio. 

Tuere . defendere. 

Turbo . uentiuorago. 

Tumultus . seditio. 

Turmalis . ordinalis. 
345 Tumida . irata. 

Turbo . tempestas. 

Turbulentus . obscurum. 

Turris . aedificium . altum. 

Turificaturus . sacrificaturus. 
350 Tumba . nauis . uA sepulchrum. 



T 



ylae . insula . in ociano . cali- 
donco*. 
Tyri.afri. 
Tyrsis . hasta. 



^ The a has been added above the line, written in the same way as the contraction 
for ua. ^ This word appears in the Epinal Glossary (27. a. 25) as trulla, glossed by 
icqfi. The Erfurt MS. has (l.c., p. 382, no. 105) tndlay scolf. ' The i has 

been added beneath the u, ^ The I is added over the first e. 

> The n has been added above the line between the first and c. 



rf" f rTSC 



118 



GLOSA. t354— u61 



Tybids . tiberis . atibero . rege. 
355 l^berinus . ut amor. 

Tyrsus . acta . cam panpino. 
357 Typsonas . £9u;iunt . deordeo . de- 
corticant . ipsa . grana . in pilo • 
id est in li^o . cauato . deinde 
coquentttr^ . in quo uolunt. 



u, 



aticinatio . uere . pro^dicit. 

(63^) Uadimonium . sponsio. 

XJadimonia . indicia . sunt . uel 
officium. 

Uastitas' . interitus. 
s Ualba . *durheri. 

Ualbas . modicus . murus . ante 
portam 

Uatilla . ^gloedscofl. 

Uarix . *ampre. 

Uallum . murum. 
zo Uaporat . iuurit. 

Uacillet . tremulet 

Uaricat . *Btridit. 

Uangas . ^spadan. 

Uadimonium . *bo^ggilefde^ 
15 Uatilla . *isem scobl. 

Uasa . corpora. 

Uades . iideiussores. 

Uadatur . litigat. 

Uaricat . deflectitur. 
2o Uaser . uersutus. 

Uauer* . callidus. 

Uallos . pales. 

Ualensdo . egritudo. 

Ualitudinarius . qui frequenter . 
egrotat. 
25 Uagurrit . per odium . uagat. 

Uarruces . uarruce . facit. 

Uaregatam . uariatam. 

Uallauit . puplicetur*. 

Uadimonium . iurgium . lite. 



30 Uaccanalia . patris . Hberi . stu- 
pram. 
Uallauit . circum dabit. 
Uagius . qtd genibus . iunctis . 

ambulat. 
Uastitas . interitus. 
Uadatur . ligatur. 
35 (63^^) Uaccatur . insanit. 
UanuB . "^gemaeded. 
Uaglebat . uigebat. 
Uapore . *ae3ime. 
Uanna.*fon. 
40 Uadatur fide . dcUur, 
Uas . fideiussor. 
Ualetant . sani sunt. 
' Uastus . profundus. 

Uacillat . nutat . titubat. 
45 Uagus . qui uagatur. 
Uate9 . diuini 
Uaticanus . locus . ubi . uates . se- 

debant. 
Uadatur . sponte . promittit. 
Uacca . *cuu. 
so Uadabr^uia . *geuueada. 

Uasa . castrorum . arma . exerci- 
tuum^ , id .est militiae . caeli . 
dicunttfr. 
Ualedicunt . salutant. 
Uastat . spoliat . expugnat. 



u 



ber . uberrima. 



55 LJ ectpr . portor. 

Uergentia . loca . humilia. 

Uesperescit . sero fecit. 

Uertex . summa . pars . capitis. 

Uesanus . minus . sanus. 
60 Ueniunt . bona. 

Uerrit . mundat. 



^ MS. divides : deiadeoo . qaentur . ^ MS. Uascitas, but the c altered into U 

3 The Erfurt MS. has as two separate glosses : Vereoundiae concesserim gilepdae; 
and: Vadi, borg. The Epinal Glossaiy : aericundi§ concesserim : gilebdae ; uadimonium : 
borg. ^ A later hand has written/ above the second u. 

^ A later hand has written h above the second j). 

^ The first u added above the line. 



QLOSA. u 62 — u 142 



119 



Uesta . numen ignis. 

Uer . ipsum . tempus, 

Uemus . ut est . dies. 
6s Ueritur . timetur. 

Uenit . distractus est, 

Uexillum . sigivwm militiae. 

(64**) XJeneratur . adorat . colat. 

XJecto. . portata. 
TO Ueronis . gregis. 

Uerbotenus . uerbigratia. 

Uegent . ualent. 

Uehor . portor. 

Uetuli . antiqt^i. 
75 XJehit . uexit. 

XJerberetorto . *apuudere suio- 
pan. 

Uerruca . *pearte. 

Ueretrum . nirilia . masculi. 

XJenabula . *eoborspreot. 
8o TJegetus . fortis. 

Uentriculam . uenfer^ nomen. di- 
mmutiv/tmi. 

Uentriculus *oeosol^ 

Uescada . ^mundleu. 

Ueror . *pitro. 
85 Uexilla . *seign. 

Uestibulum . *caebrtuun. 

Uenetuw . *geolu. 

Uespelliones . fossarias . qui . cor- 
pora . humant^ 

Uertigo . *eduuelle. 
90 Uectis . * seng. 

XJectandi gratia . exercendi. 

XJespas . *uuaefsas. 

Uerbei-atorum . *corthr. 

XJerberatrum . *flete. 
95 Uesica . *bledre. 

Uesta . deaignis. 

Uerbenaca . suramagna. 

XJeneria . *smeorupyrt, 

Uetusta . olitana. 
100 Uei*tiges . fortes. 

Uegros . demone . insanus. 

Uehemoth . animal. 

XJeneo . uenundabor. 



Uerber . uerbicis. 
X05 (64***) Uespertilio . *hraeSemuus. 

Uegent . ualent. 

Uersant . uertant. 

Uescitur . pascitur. 

Ueterauit . antiquauit. 
zio Uelantur . teguntur. 

Uenis . uenderis. 

Uenit . uenditwr. 

Ueniit . uenditus est. 

Uenalicium. quicquid potest, uen- 
di. 
X15 Uergit . declinat. 

Uersutus . astutus^ . callidus. 

Ueliere aedificare. 

Ueredari . ueloces' . nunti dicun- 
ttw. 

Ueneo . uendor. 
lao Uemaculus. *£rioleta. 

Uemans.uirens. 

Uecors . '^gemaad. 

Uemacula.*menen. 

Uenustus . f ormosus. 
X35 Uenaliciarius . qui uendit. 

Uerrit . percutit. 

Uerbonutus . sicut . dicit. 

Uemans . laetans. 

Uereatur . confundatur. 
230 Ueterator . stroffosus. 

Uesperugo . stella . uesperi. 

Uerrunt . supertrahunt . ueluti . 
scopant. 

Uetellus . *sueor. 

Uertix . barba. 
135 Uexillatio . oertamen. 

Uertigio . tempestas . SMertendo, 

Uehemens . f erox. 

Uena . in dome natus. 

(64^) Uestiarius qui uestibus . 
praeest. 
Z40 Uestiarium . erogatio . uestis. quod 
accipit . miles. 

Uesteplicia . femina . quae uestes. 
plicat'. 

Uertil . *huerb. 



1 MS. uenef . ^ MS. ceosol, with sign of contraction over the first o. 

3 The a added above the line. * The ttu over an erasure. 

^ MS. itelocis, but the i altered into e, 

^ The MS. has plicat, with the usual sign of abridgment over the t, therefore plicatttr . 



120 



GLOSA. U 143— u 218 



Ueniculum . *paegii. 
Uertiginem . *suinglunge\ 
145 Uesper. *suansteorra. 
Ueterno . *faecnum. 
Uermis . *eorSmata. 
Uemiculus . *comuurma. 
Uerbi gratia, ^auordes . intinga. 

X 50 vJ i superam . uiulentia . deorum. 

TJirulentus . uenenosus. 

Uirus . uiolentia . ueneni. 

Uicisitur . conpetisatt^r. 

Uirago f emina . f ortissima. 
X55 Uinum . conditum . piperatam . et 
melleatum. 

Uinciri . ligarL 

Uirguncula . uirgo. 

Uirgula. uirga. 

XJiscum. . conpositio . quo . aues . 
capiuntur. 
x6o XJindunt . diuidunt. 

Uibrat . micat. 

Uiriuola . maritalis . conplexus. 

Uirecta . quae inagris . uirent. 

Uinolentia . uininimia . potam. 
165 Uicissim . id uicem. 

XJictrix . uictor . femina. 

Uiolenter . *roet$eKce. 

Uitiginem. *bleci 

Uigorem , potentiam. 
170 XJigor'. uirtus. 

(64**^) XJiso mihi . placito mihi. 

Uindicamus . donamus. 

Uibex . Kbor . vdrg^, 

Uia secta . *irmges uueg. 
175 Uicatum . *Kbr. 

XJittas . *thuelaii. 

XJitelli . *sueoras. 

Uictima . quod uictis . hostibus . 
fit. 



Uillis.*uulouwi. 
180 Uitiligo . *blectha. 

Uitricius . *steopfaeder. 

Uicium . * fugles bean. 

Uiperina . plato filum. 

XJillosa. *rye. 
18s Uiscus.*inistel. 

Uilla. *lininryee. 

Uibuma. *uuduuuinde. 

Uirecta . *quicae. 

Uitiatum . *aperded. 
190 Uibrat . *brogdetteS' 

Uitiato . oculo . * unSyhtge . egan. 

Uihabundans^ . metuens. 

Uiritim . singillatim. 

Uiri* cordati. bono corde. 
195 Uilis . pestis. 

Uimentibus . amoreplenus. 

Uirgultuwi . *gerd. 

Uilicos . custos . noctumos. 

Uirga quod ui sua . regat. 
200 Uirisat . uiriliter . facit, 

Uicatim . per uicos. 

Uilicat . bellicat. 

Uiocorus . nomen . aloco . appel- 
IcUum, 

Uisceratosta . *gebreded flaesc. 
20s Uibice *lelan. 

(65**) Uinco. *obersui5o. 

Uiresceret . *greouue. 

Uiscellum . *brolit. 

Uitalia . uiscera. 
a 10 Uiscera *tharme** . thumle. 

Uibl^ . planta. 

Uimen.*pearp. 

Uillus.*uuloh''. 

Uisendi . uisitandi. 
21s Uirgo . *unmaelo°. 

Uis . uiolentia. 

Uitulus. *caelf. 

Uitula . * cucaelf. 



1 The first g added below the line, between the n and I, 

^ The t added below the line. 

^ The first t added above the first e. 

^ The h added above the line between the i and a. 

^ The first i added below the u. 

<^ tharme is joined to Uiscera in the MS. 

7 The second u added above the line. ^ The n added above the line. 



GLOSA. u 219— u 292 



121 



P'isU)us . obtutibus. 
220 Uiridus . fortissimus. 

Uiritim . nominatim. 

U is tula . *sugespeard. 

Uilicus . auctor. 

XJitta . cingiilum. 
225 Uillicat . uillam . agit . vsl colle- 
git. 

Uibrat . *borettiS . vsl *diregaS. 



u 



Ina . spatium . unius . brachi. 
Ultatus . damnatus. 
TJltroqt^e citroqiw *liider . ond 
hider. 
330 Ulciscitur . defenditur. 
Ultro . uindex. 
XJltus signijicat et defendit . et 

puniuit. 
XJlnum . brachium. 
Ulignosus . pinguis. 
235 Ulignosum . pinguae. 
XJligo . humorterrae. 
XJlmus. *elm. 
XJlula. *ulae. 

Ulterior, nouissimus. longe. (65***) 
et prope. 
240 Ultro . interius. 

Ultroniam . uoluntariam. 



u 



mbonem . buccula. 
Umbilicus. *nabula. 
JJuic\uam aliquando. 
245 Umbo . media . pai s . scutis. 
Umecta . *gibrec. 



u 



norum . multoruw. 

Uncis . incuruis. 

Unice . prime . optime. 
250 Uncus . ancora. 

Uniones . margarit^. 

Uoibrellas . *stalutofuglum. 

Unci . curui. 

Unci . alibus . longos. 
ass Ungulaferrum . curbunt . digiti. 

^ This word is written after gloss 258, 
2 The first u added above the line. 



Uncat . curbat. 
Unguentum . *smeoru. 
Undecumqi^ *huonan huegu. 
Unde . delator . didtur, 
260 Unguana . *naegl speru*. 



u, 



ortex . uorago . aquae. 

Uotiuum . immolatiuum. 

Uorax . sorbens. 

Uocis . praeconio . laudem. 
265 Uoluere . concitare. 

Uolutat . cogitatione . repetit. 

Uoti compos . uoto . omatus . id 
est *faegen. 

Uola . palma . manus. 

Uoluola. *uuduuuinde. 
270 Uorago. *hool. 

Uoragine . *suelgendi. 

Uoluitas . proetermodum. 

Uoleat . uolat. 

(65^) Uolubilis.quid quid.uidit. 
totum . desiderat. 
275 Uolucres . ueloces. 

UoiTielones . edaces. 

Uoluter . cupido. 

Uotium . *oest . ful. 

Uortex . flustra. 
280 Uoluma. *gorst. 

Uordalium . *laesti. 

Uox. *stebn. 

LJ rciolum . *paetercruce. 

Urido . uentus . urenis. 
28s Urna.* amber. 

Uris.*urum. 

Urgere . propere. 

Urbs . ciuitas 

Urticeta . loca ubi urticae . nas- 
cuntiw^ 
290 Uerticeta. *netlan. 

Urguet . *threatade. 



u 



sitatum . consuetudo . diui- 
nsLTum, 

with a line to separate it from that gloss. 



122 



GLOSA. u 293 — z 7 



Usus . consuetudo. 

Uscide . *tohlice*. 
395 XJsta . conbusta. 

Usion . substantia. 

Usurpauit . ♦agnette. 

Ustrina . ubi porcos . tolluntur. 

U8ia.*8uemit. 
300 Ut pote . ut f orsitan 

Usurpat.pro^sumit. 

Ut putu . qt^asi qui. 

Utensilia . ustibus . necessaria. 

XJtiofesion . instructionum. 
305 Utrum uis . uterque. 

Utensile . *geloma. 

Utensilia . uiatici . sumtus. 



u 



ulnus' . dolor. 

Uulgus . uilis populus. 
310 Uulgo . passim . *oeghuer. 

Uulgatum . manifestatmra. 

Uua . passa . desiccata. 

Uuldac . uetustas sola. 

Uultuosus . tristis. 
31s (65****) Uulcerosi . scabiosi. 

Uultus . contemplatio. 



317 



u 



xorius. *ceorl. 



1 .,AL.enodociorum . collectionum. 
3 Xenodochia . susceptio . peregri- 



norum. 



Y, 



poteseon^ . dispositionum. 

Ypotonyan . disputationum. 

Ytitopytioacaen . disputationu7/i. 

Ytiaf esion . structionum. 
5 Ypallage . uerbum . pro uerbo. 

Yryseon . heresearum. 

Ytres . yposeon . disputationts. 

Ymnus. *loob 
9 Ytio eseon . exequiarum. 



z 



lotiacus . animalis. 

Zodiacus^. xii . signa . continens. 

Zabarras . areas. 

Zyphei florentes. 
5 Zizania.* laser ^ 

Zotiacum . sideralem. 
7 Zitis . inquire. 



^ This whole gloss written oyer an erasure. 

* The second u added above the line. 

3 MS. Yposeon, and te added above the line. 

* MS. Zothacas, but th altered to di. 

'^ laser is a well-known Latin word, but does not seem to mean anywhere tare. In 
other glossaries we find lasor, Uwur in this sense ; see Leo, Angels, Glossar, 664. 23 ; 
Bosworth-ToUer, A. 8, Dictionary t in voce laser. 



123 



LATIN INDEX. 



N.B. The references are to the initial Letters of the Glossary. For instance: 
-" Abacta, A 21" means that the word is the 21st of the glosses commencing with A 
(on p. 9). " Abdicatio, E 46" is the 46th of the glosses commencing with E (on p. 45), 
and so on. 

Int, before fignres refers to the first Glossary, printed on pp. 3 — 8, and entitled : 
Interpraetatio nominum ebraicorum et greQorum, For instance: "Aaron, Int. 13'* in- 
dicates that this word is the 13th gloss of the " Interpretatio ** (on p. 3). 

A few references to the pages of the work are given. For instance : ** Achanthos, 
p. 1"; ** Aurium, p. 91, note 3". 

Where the division of words is wrong in the MS., it has been so reproduced in the 
i;ezt, bat not in the Index. For instance: "pro . anus*' of gloss Al25 will be found 
under "proauus**, and G373 is divided into and indexed under Cheroche; lint; in; 
mallo ; nauis ; though inmdiUmes^ and two or three other similar compounds, have also 
been indexed. 



A, Int. 223; A 81, 85, 91, 111 
(bis), 113, 357, 360, 418, 
677,692; B32; 11,34, 
157, 418, 429, 433, 879, 
932,958; D 102, 171, 172, 
345; E 126,281,291,323 
(bis) ;F 109, 180, 182, 243, 
299,307,351; G67; H5, 
104, 132; I 342; L 3, 
124, 176, 204, 212, 269; 
M 50, 148, 152, 163, 164, 
170, 301, 308, 342; 249; 
P 243, 276, 321, 619, 810, 
870; Q 42; R 25, 115, 
123, 126, 197 ; S 449, 499, 
537 ; T 101, 103, 185, 204, 
231,322,354; U 136, 203 

Aaron, Int. 13 

Ab, A 6, 30, 46,. 66, 68, 70, 
89, 92, 94, 124, 145, 186, 
415, 518, 912; D 168; E 
68,335,512; F 121 ;G 101; 
H13, 70; 1384; L137; 
274; R 163; T 231, 
237 

Abacta, A 21, 40 

Abactus, A 80 

Abaro, A 31 

Abaso, A 18 

Abauus, A 25 (bis) 



Abba, Int. 33 
Abcesit, A 34 
Abdecet, A 55 
Abdedit, A 88 
Abdensis, A 16 
Abdias, Int. 14 
Abdicare, A 37 
Abdicat, A 51, 212 
Abdicatio, E 46 
Abdicauit, A 11 
Abdicit, A 32 
Abdit, A 54 
Abditis, A 87 ; E 512 
Abditum, A 73 
Abdo, Int. 24 
Abducere, A 528 
Abduoit, A 599 
Abductionem, I 255 
Abdus, A 68 
Abduxit, A 52 
Abegato, A 22 
Abeg^ata, A 8 
Abegit, A 80 
Abegunt, A 81 
Abel, Int. 5 
Abelena, A 2 
Abena, A 48 
Abero, N 196 
Aberuncat, A 23 
Abest, A 82 



Abet, L 129; 267 
Abhominabilis, A 583 
Abhominatio, A 658; P 691 
Abhominatus, D 36 
Abia, Int. 35 
Abides, A 62 
Abiece, A 71 
Abiecit, A3; E 381 
Abieecit, A 51 
Abies, A 5 
Abigelus, A 33 
Abiget, A 45 
Abigiata, A 60 
Abigit, A 27 
Abiles, A 13, 93 
Abimelech, A 7 
Abisalon, Int. 32 
AbissUs, Int. 311 
Abite, A 49 
Abitote, A 49 
Abiudices, A 57 
Abiurat, A 69 
Abiuratio, A 77 
Ablata, A 15, 53 
Ablatiuus, Int. 12 
Abluit, E 462 
Abminiculum, A 1 
Abnegat, A 72 
Abnepus, A 24 
Abnuit, A 72; B 154 



124 



LATIN INDEX. ABO — ^AD 



Abolenda, A 14 
Abolere, A 36 
Aboleri, A 90, 91 
Abolet, A 85 
Aboleta, A 83 
AboUta, A 65 
AboUtio, A 84 
AborsuB, A 94 
Abortus, A 12 
Abra, A 10 
Abraham, Int. 8 
Abram, Int. 7 
Abrasa, A 53 
AbrepticiuB, A 19 
Abreuiata, E 243 
Abridt, A 29 
Abristit, A 28 
Abrizium, A 20 
Abrogat, A 63 
Abrogata, A 26 
Abruptus, E 59 
Absoondens, Int. 293 ; A 16 
Abscondit,A54; G446; S619 
Abscondita, A 79 
Absconditam, A 73 
Absconsa, D 351 
Absconsis, A 690 
Absconsum, A 74 
Absoultat, £ 384 
Absedas, A 61 
Absens, A 82, 366 
Absida, A 4 
Absinthium, A 9 
Absistere, A 43 
Absistit, A 67 
Absit, A 78 
Absoluta, A 38 
Absolute, E 471 
Absoluto, C 216 
Absonus, A 56 
Absordium, A 44 
Absorduum, A 95 
Abspernit, A 41 
Abstans, A 59 
AbstemuB, A 17 
Abstenus, A 35 
Abstinens, A 17 
Abstirpat, A 23 
Abstrusa, A 79; I 227 
Abstrusum, A 74 
Abstulit, E 99 
Absurdus, A 76 
Abtabiles, A 13 
Abtauit, A 42, 75 
Abtemus, A 58 
Abtet, A64 
Abunde, A 39 
Abusitatus, A 50 
Abutitur, A 86 
Ac, A 865 ; I 384 
Acatasticus, A 169 



Aooape, A 119 
Aocearium, A 127 
Acoedeatur, A 141 
Accedit, B 78 
Acceditur, A 389 
Accelerat, M 14 
Accensi, A 142 
Acoentus, Int. 258, 315; A 

151 
Accepit, B 39 
Acceptator, A 163 
Acceptum, B 2 
Accersiui, A 144 
Accessabilia, I 276 
Aocessio, A 161 
Aooetum, A 136 
Accidia, A 165 
Accidiosus, A 137 
Acoidit, E 437 
Accintu, A 172 
Acoio, A 144 
Accipe, A 112 
Accipiendo, C 971; I 252 
Accipit, G 38; 1403; B249; 

U140 
Aooipitur, B 32 
Accipiunt, C 912 
Accire, A 148, 153 
Acciti, A 128 ; C 618 
Accitor, A 126 
Accitulium, A 131 
Accitus, A 98 
Acciui, A 144 
Acclinis, A 152 
Aocola, A 171 
Accolitus, A 173 
Accumbere, A 155 
Accussat, D 110; 182 
Accussationes, Q 36 
Accussatiuos, Int. 126 
Aocussauit, Q 13 
Acega, A 125 
Acegia, A 138 
Aoeodo, A 139 
Aoephalon, A 140 
Acer, A 100 
Acerbatur, A 162 
Aceron, A 116 
Aoerra, A 97 
Aceruat, G 107 
Acerue, A 103 
Aceruitas, A 164 
Aceruus, A 108, 109, 147; 

850; G 12 
Aceti, A 158 
Acetum, S 102 
Aceuon, A 156 
Achab, Int. 40 
Achalantis, A 121 
Achanthos, p. 1 
Achaz, Int. 38; A 99 



Achialon, Int. 25 

Achimenia, A 110 

Aoholothus, A 107 

Achus, A 122 

Acidus, A 124 

Acie, A 101, 376 

Aciem, A 106; P 681 

Acies, A 117, 159 

Acinaces, A 118 

Acinum, A 132 

Aciscnlum, A 115, 168 

Acitelum, A 130 

Acitula, A 129 

Acitum, A 858 

Aclides, A 154 

AcnonituB, A 150 

Acognitum, A 104 

Aconito, A 102 

Acr§, A 157 

Acremonia, A 166 

Acilfolus, A 123 

Aoris, A 133 

Acroceria, A 143 

Acrore, A 124 

Acta, A 149, 170; T 356 

Acti, A 105 

Actigeni, A 649 

Actio, 138 

Actionabatur, A 134 

Actionaris, A 114 

Actionator, A 96; L 215 

Actiones, E 341 

Actioni, L 223 

Actionis, A 911 

Actionum, P 682 

Actotum, A 167 

Actu, A 30, 145 

Aotuariis, A 170 

ActuariuB, A 135 

Actus, P 199, 234 

Acu, P 421 

Acuatem, B 132 

Aculeus, A 145 

Acult', Int, 286 

Acumen, A 117, 166 

Acumina, A 146 

Acus, A 160 

Acussationes, C 105 

Acuta, Int. 237; M 56 

Acutam, P 430 

Acute, A 737 ; N 89 ; B 172 

Acutus, B229; S 387 

Ad, A 47, 168, 178 (bis), 
200, 227, 229, 260 (bis), 
263 (bis), 278 (bis), 457, 
818; 217 (bis), 418 
(bis), 848, 932, 964 (bis); 
D 18; E 51, 420, 563; 
L 269; M 62, 75; N 35; 
223; P 729 (for ars?), 
772 ; B 100, 127 ;T 249, 270 



LATIN INDEX. ADA — ADU 



125 



Adacto, A 183 
Adam, Int. 4; 86 
Adamans, A 244 
Adamans, A 245 
Adauus, A 277 
Adberbia, N 76 
Adbignus, A 216 
Adbreuiatio, E 241, 244 
Adcingunt, A 210 
Adciuisse, A 261 
Adclibatmn, A 246 
AdcHnis, A 203 
Adcommodaturus, A 280 
Addic, A 214 
Addiceret, A 230 
Addicit, A 212 
Addictu8/A193 
Adduceri, A 91 
Adductus, A 176 
Ademptio, A 265 
Ademto, A 206 
Adeo, A 251 
Adeps, A 770 
Adeptus, A 197 
Ad§quat, A 290 
Adero, A 285 
Adesse, A 358 
Adesto, A 284 
Adeundo, A 186 
AdfabUis, A 255 
Adfatim, A 213, 219 
Adfectans, A 196 
Adfectaret, A 208 
Adfectat, A 202, 266, 286 
Adfectatoris, A 231 
Adfectio, A 237 
Adfectione, I 324 
Adfector, A 182 
Adfectus, A 481 
Adfiliat, A 215 
Adfinis, A 207 
Adfirmant, L 168 
Adfirmatio, A 174 
Adfirmator, S 493 
Adfirmatnr, A 224 
Adfligit, A 232 
Adflixit, E 508 
Adgredire, A 256 
Adgreditur, A 247 
Adgrediuntur, A 217 
Adgressus, A 211 
Adherens, Int. 38; M 7 
Adhibet, S 600 
Adhibuit, A 287 
Adhuc, E 252, 403 
Adiacentia^ P 24 
Adidens, A 279 
Adicit, A 259 
Adid, A 262 
Adiectione, P 242 
Adigebant, A 185 



Adilicem, A 184 

Adimere, A 225 

Adimit, A 249 

Adimitio, A 265 

Adio, A 252 

Adipe, A 70 

Adipiscit, A 226 

Adipiscitur, I 323 

Adire, A 256 

Adit, N 133 

Aditum, A 186; T 105 

Adiumentls, A 268 

Adiunctl, A 282 

Adiunctis, S 653 

AdiunctuB, A 175, 180, 189, 

274 
Adiunge, A 240 
AdiungemuB, A 58 
Adiurans, E 422 
Adiurare, 856;F94 
Adiuro, E 406 
Adiatorium, A 1, 511, 664 ; 

193 
Adiutus, Int. 190; F 392 
Adiuuant, A 512 
Adiuuante, A 179 
Adliciens, A 289 
Adlido, A 218 
Adlobrins, A 254 
Adlocutio, F 7 
Adloqueng, P 302 
Adloquitur, P 480 
Adludit, A 181 
Adluerit, A 271 
Adluit, A 269 
Adlao, A 269 
Adminiculante, A 179 
Admirabile, P 80 
Admirabilis, Int. 248 
Admiratio, E 165 
Admiratur, E 311 
Admisum, A 272 
Admodum, A 253 ; F 119 
Adnaoimns, A 273 
Adnexus, A 180 
Adnitentibus, A 220 
Adniue, A 240 
Adnotauimus, A 273 
Adnouit, A 239 
Adnuit, A 275 
Adnuntiat, E 322 
Adnuntiatio, Int. 117 
Adolator, A 258 
Adolatores, P 56 
Adolatur, A 574 
Adoleo, A 242 
Adolerent, A 194 
Adolescentes, E 91 
Adolescere, A 222 
Adolet, A 195 
Adoliscens, E 246 



Adonai, Int. 1 
Adoneus, Int. 1 
Adoptat, A 215 
Ador, A 243 
Adorantes, 142 
Adorat, U 68 
Adorea, A 238 
Adoritur, A 247 
Adornat, A 257 
Adorsus, A 211 
Adpetit, A 286 
Adpetitorifl, A 231 
Adplaudat, A 267 
Adplicens, A 702 
AdpUonit, A 288 
Adponuntur, R 260 
Adpraehendens, Int. 233 
Adprobatur, A 224 
Adquirit, A 226 
Adquisita, P 60 
Adquisiti, 1449 
Adquisiuit, A 75 
Adridente, A 198 
Adrogantissime, A 235 
Adrumauit, A 248 
Adsaeclum, A 209 
Adsaeoola, A 187 
Adsaeculi, A 250 
Adsciscere, A 264 
Adsciscunt, A 190 
Adscite, A 282 
Adsciait, A 221 
Adsectator, A 241 
Adsecutus, A 197; 1 133 
Adsensore, A 201 
Adsensores, F 97 
Adsentator, A 258 
Adsentiat, F 42 
Adsertor, A 233 
Adsertores, A 234 
Adsida, Int. 34 
Adsidue, M 217 
Adsociant, A 190 
Adsta, A 270 
Adstans, A 169, 661 
Adstipatus, A 274 
Adstipula, A 175 
Adstipnlatio, A 174 
Adstipnlatur, A 223 
Adstipulatus, A 189 
Adsumere, A 264 
AdsutQ, A 177 
Adtaminat, A 188 
Adtenaatns, A 205 
Adtonitos, A 275 
Adtonitns, A 228 
Adnena, Int. 26 
Adueniens, Int. 302 
Aduentio, A 281 
AduentuB, 213 
Aduerbium, M 15 ; N 122 



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LATIN INDEX. ADU — ^AGO 



Aduersa, G 85 
Adnersarius, Int. 285 
Aduersator, D 107 
Adultera, E 198 
Adulterio, E 409 
Adiilti, A 191 
Adultus, A 192 
Adonata, C571; S 715 
Aduncis, A 199 
Aduooare, A 261 
Aduocator, A 126 
Adaocatus, A 283 
Aduocauit, A 287 
Aduolnta, O 168 
Adyta, A 236 
Aeatis, A 307 
Aedes, A 310 
AedibuB, A 291 
Aedicula, A 305 
Aedifioare, M276; U 117 
Aedificat, F 390 
Aedificationes, I 81 
Aedifida, A309; M 353 
Aedificii, A 61 
Aedificiorum, P 803 
Aedificiam, T 348 
Aeditio, A 301 
Aeditni, A 325 
Aeditus, A 292 
Aegeator, A 308 
Aegesta, A 328 
Aegilippon, A 306 
Aegit, A 316 
Aeglea, A 344 
Aegne, A 299 
Aegro, A 322 
Aegyptus, Int. 10; A 300 
Aeleuenns, A 335 
Aemiila, A 348 
Aemnlus, A 293 
Aenea, A 331, 530 
Aeneade, A 331 
Aeneatores, A 302, 350 
Aeneficium (for benef-), B 68 
Aeneum, A 294 
Aequae, A 297, 317 
Aequaenus, A 345 
Aequalia, O 132 
Aeqnalis, P 51 
Aequat, E 267 
Aeqnatis, A 295 
Aequ§, A 317 
Aeqaes, A 332 
Aequens, A 307 
Aequenus, A 345 
Aeqnidialee, A 296 
Aequigenae, A 318 
Aequimanns, A 349 
Aequinoctiales, A 296 
Aequipensum, A 352 
Aequiperabatur, A 320 



Aeqniperat, A 290 

Aeqnitat, A 343 

Aequitatus, A 333 

Aequites, T 252 

Aequor, A 314 

Aeqnora, A 315 

Aequore, A 351 

Aequus, A 488 

Aer, E 184 

Aera, A 355 

Aerabulas, A 120 

Aerari, A 311 

Aerarii, A 311 

Aerariom, A 311, 346, 354 

Aere, A 321 

Aerectatio, A 334 

Aerenm, A294;L124 

Aeri, A 356 

Aerii, A 298 

Aeris, A327; G 420; S 429, 

602 
^ris, S 602 
Aerunma, A 313 
Aerumnns, A 337 
Aes, A 327, 338 (bis), 471 
Aescilia, A 353 
Aesculas, A 304 
Aesolus, A 342 
Aestibale, A 326 
Aestimabat, G 336 
Aestimant, Int. 145 
Aestimaris, B 198 
Aestimat, G 292 
Aestimatio, G 321 
Aestimo, B 49 
Aestis, Int. 208 
Aestiaa, A 674 
Aestiuum, 209 
Aestuans, F 234 
Aestuaria, A 319, A 330 
Aestuca, A 312 
Aestas, A 324 
Aetas, A 329, 336; I 529; 

P878;Q67 
Aetate, G 786 
^tate, A 6 
Aetatls, A 307 
Aetatula, A 329 
Aeterna, A 339 
Aetemitas, A 336 
Aether, A 340 
Aethica, A 323 
Aethiopiam, S 303 
Aetuaria, A 330 
Aeuitas, A 336 
Aeuum, A 341 
Aeuus, A 303 
Afertice, Int. 12 
Afestotiles, A 368 
Affabilis, F 63 
AlFatibus, A 367 



Affatim, A 361 

Affaturas, A 366 

AffatuB, A 365 

AfFecta, A 362 

Affectans, A 369 

Affectio, N 71 

AfFectoi, A 371 

Afficit, A 370 

Afflarat, A 359 

Affluunt, A 363 

AfFore, A 358 

Afifri, G 274 

AfFricanum, B 80 

Affrico, A 89 

Affricas, A 364 

Afiniculnm, A 357 

Afri, T 352 

Africanus, L 157 

Agapem, A 405 

Agapo, A 383 

Agar, Int. 26 

Agasson, A 378 

Agastrum, A 397 

Age, A 404; G 83 

Ageator, A 384 

Agens, A394;F402 

Ager, A487;F376;B227 

Agerat, A 259 

Agere, A 36; I) 116 

Agga, A 388 

Agger, A 408 

Aggeres, A 372 

Aggeribus, L 236 

Aggeas, Int. 16 

Aggreditur, A 389 

Aggressus, A 402 

AgiUs, G 138 

Agiographae, A 381 

Agit, D 159; M 231; U 

225 
Agitante, A 406 
Agitate, A 401 
Agitatio, A 399 
Agitor, A 390 
Agitur, A 377; B 65; G 84; 

P660 
Agius, p. 1 (bis); Int. 11, 

18 
Agmen, A 376, 407 
Agmina, P 157 
Agmine, A 398, 403 
Agminibns, G 457 
Agnam, E 216 
Agnatus, A 379 
Agnoscens, Int. 239 
Agnus, p. 1 
Agon, A 373; G 192 
Agonantes, A 386 
Agonia, A 387 
Agonista, A 375 
Agonitheta, A 374 



LATIN INDEX. AGR— -AMB 



127 



Agrarius, A 391 

Agr§, A 400 

Agreste, A 395; M 271 

Agrestes, A 382 

Agrestis, A 48, 788; D 13 

Agretis, A 396 

Agricola, A 385 

Agrippa, A 392 

Agris, U 163 

Agro, B 204 

Agrorum, B 82 

Agundis, A 393 

Agunt, A 464 (bis) 

Agust§, A 380 

Ain, A 411, 412 (bis) 

Aiocten, A 410 

Aiumenta, A 409 

Ala, A 488; P 436 

Alabastnxm, A 442 

Alacer, A 446 

Alacrimonia, A 469 

Alacris, A 445 

Alaphis, F 247 

Alapiciosa, A 459 

Alaris, A 472 

Alatis, A 485 

Alba, A 421 ; S 473 

Albae, B24 

Albeis, A 499 

Albesdt, F 252 

Albet, A 484 

Albipedias, A 436 

Albo, A 495 

Albulo, A 417 

Albus, A 499, 771 

Alcanus, A 482 

Alcido, A 478 

Alcion, A 422 

AIq, a 942 

Alea, A 414, 465 

Aleator, A 416, 466 

Alectat, A 470 

Alendo, A 415 

Alericis, A 452 

Ales, A 431 

Alga, A 434, 440 

Algidas, A 449 

Algit, A 475 

Algor, A 423 

AH, A 922 

AHa, S 66 

Aliam, G 418 

AUbre, A 454 

AHcui, E 22 

Aliena, A 383, 426; E 473; 

1138 
AHenat, A 51, 947; E 381 
Alien§, E 486 
Alienigena, A 426 
AUeno, A 321 
Alienonun, P 476 



Alienmn, A 33, 338 (bis), 

471 ; E 516 
Alienns, A 171 
Alietibus, A 429 
Alietam, A 432 
Aligeri, A 438 
Alii, G 435 
Aliis, O 16 
Alimenta, E 43 
Alim^itam, A 454 
Alioquin, A 461 
Alipedes, A 489 
Aliqua, B 27 
Aliquae, S 623 
Aliquam, Q 26 
Aliquandio, A 462 
Aliquando, T 10; U 244 
Aliqaantesper, A 462 
Aliquas, Q 10 
Aliquem, E 13 
AHquid, B 60; E 21, 114, 

172,276; N30,52;P343, 

367; B211 
Aliquin, S 315 
AUquis, E 20 ; N 96, 128, 166 
Aliquod, E 338 
Aliter, H 34; I 224; S 37, 

256 
Antes, A 483 ; P 646 
AUtudo, A 491 
Alitns, A 448, 486 
Aliud, A 301, 413 (bis) 
AUum,A419;B102;G521; 

P661 
Aliunde, G 750 
Allata, N 181 
Allaada, A 497 
Allegare, A 457 
Allegat, A 473 
Allegoria, A 413 
Alleluia, Int. 19 
Alliciat, A 425 
AUicinnt, A 480 
AUigat, A 425; N 87 
Alligeo, A 492 
AlUgit, E 87 
Alligorrit, A 456 
Allisus, A 481 
Alloquitur, G 657 
Allox, A 494 
Alluuies, A 424 
Allux, A 427 
Alma, A 498 
Almas, A 487 
Alneta, A 483 
Alnemn, A 430 
Alnus, A 428, 441 
Aloae, M 313 
Alogia, A 420 
Alphei, A 500 
Alsiosus, A 458 



Alsit, A 474 

Alta, A151, 754; M 70 

Alter, A 463, 476 (bis) 

Altera, D 37 

Alteram, D 37 

Altercator, A 453 

Alteri, G 523 

Alterins, A 464 

Altema, A 451 

Altemantium, A 444 

Alternatar, A 451 

Alternis, A 477 

Alterum, A 451 

Altilia, A 467 

Altnis, A 415, 418 

Altionatar, L 230 

Altiore, E 39 

Altis, F 90 

Altissima, I 226 

Altitude, G 279; F 28 

Alto, E 38; 1458 

Altor, A 493 

Altores, A 468 

Altrinsecus, A 435 

Altrix, A 496 

Altum, A479; E 40, 180; F 

114; T348 
Altus, G 35, 843; G 178; 

154 
Aluearia, A 460 
Alueum, A 490 
Alueus, A 447 
Aluiola, A 443 
Alniolum, A 439 
Alumnae, A 450 
Alunium, A 437 
Aluus, A 455 
Amalecb, Int. 29 
Amalehc, A 507 
Amandat, A 541 
Amanet, A 552 
Amans, A244; P 477 
Amant, A 527 
Amare, P 382 
Amari, A 506 
Amaritudinem, B 129 
Amarum, Int. 6; B 133; M 

374 
Amasias, Int. 36 
Amasse, G 819 
Amat, A286; E172; P343 
Amata, A 518 
Amator, P389; S 156 
Amatores, A 527; F 160; P 

381 
Amatoris, A 231 
Amatus, D 171 
Amault, A 370 
Ambaouc, Int. 15 
Ambages, A 522, 553, 554 
Ambagiosus, A 523 



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Ambagxis, S 320 
Ambariam, A 508 
Ambiit, A 549 
Ambila, A 545 
Ambit, A 550 
Ambitas, A 555 
Ambiunt, D 292 
Ambo, A 463, 476 
Ambobas, A 463, 508 
Ambrones, A 519 
Ambrosea, A 524 
Ambula, P 807 
Ambulacrum, A 542 
Ambulamus, T 55 
Ambulandi, A 542 
Ambulantes, M 156 
Ambulas, A 535 
Ambulat, G 160; 1275; U 

32 
Ambulatio, G 156 
Ambulanit, G 692 
Amburimur, A 526 
Ambusta, A 539 
Amello, A 525 
Amen, Int. 22 
Amens, A 532 
Amentes, D 147 
Amentis, A 548 
Amera, A 515 
Amf ridis, A 505 
Amfrite, A 509 
Amicalis, N 71 
Amici, A 518 
Amicitia, F 105 
Amictit, A 537 
Amictorium, A 538 
Amictus, F 103 
Amiculo, A 546 
Amicum, C 784 
Amicus, G 469, 800; F 106, 

194; N 72 
Amigdalinas, A 531 
Amilarius, A 536 
Amineae, A 501 
Amiserat, P 543 
Amisione, I 446 
Amisionem, A 504 
Amisit, D 135 
Amita, A 513 ; T 139 
Amites, A 502, 533 
Amittere, A 543 
Amittunt, F 350 
Ammentum, A 517 
Amminiculant, A 512 
Amminiculum, A 511 
Ammirabilia, P 46 
Ammirabilis, P 45 
Ammo (for animo), E 446 
Ammodnm, A 547 
Ammon, Int. 39 
Ammonuit, G 740 



Amnestiam, A 514 



Amnuere, A 520 
Amo, P26 
AmoenibuB, A 907 
Amoenum, A 521 
Amor, L 224 ; R 191 ; T 355 
Amore (for nmore), U 196 
Amoris, M 239 
Amorr§i, A 506 
Amorreum, Int. 6 
Amouet, A 212 
Amphi, A 510 
Amphibalus, A 551 
Amphitare, A 544 
Amphitetron, A 516 
Amphitrite, A 529 
Ampla, P 119 
Amplexans, Int. 15 
Ampliantes, H 112 
Ampliare, A 786 
AmpUatam, A 884 
Amplificum, A 949 
Amplior, A 640 
Amplitudo, G 235 
Amplius, A 918 
Amsancti, A 503 
Amtes, A 534 
Amulas, A 530 
Amulire, A 528 
Amurca, A 540 
An, A 650 

Anacephaleosin, A 628 
AnagU£fa, A 622 
Anaglosa, A 763 
Anagogen, A 634 
Anapsi, A 604 
Anarchias, A 591 
Anastasin, A 652 
Anastasis, A 580; F 297 
Anate, A 625 
Anathem, A 658 
Anathema, A 583; H 65 
Anathomen, A 573 
Anaturale, A 654 
Ancella, A 10 
Anceps, A 216, 655; G 904 
Anchoresis, A 596 
Ancil, A 641 
Ancile, A 613 
AnciHa, A 581, 613 
Aneiliatur, A 574 
Ancilus, A 600 
Ancipis, A 642 
Ancipitis, A 598 
Anconos, A 575 
Anoora, U 250 
Ancore, A 632 
Ancxius, G 931 
Andapila, A 589 
Andeda, A 562 
Andeo, A 655 



Andracas, A 624 
Andreas, Int. 17 
Andres, A 635 
Androgi, H 88 
Anediosus, A 637 
Anellus, A 608 
Anepos, A 612 
Anes, A 570 
Aneta, A 569 
Anetum, A 571 
Anfetrite, A 609 
Anfora, A 585 
Anfractum, A 657 
Anfractus, A 594 
Angelus, Int. 2, 203; G 884; 

P 652 (bis) 
Angeportus, A 621 
Anget, A688 
Angiportus, A 615 
Angit, A 689, 648 
Angor, A 586 
Anguens, A 576 
Anguila, A 651; E 209; P 

699 
Anguis, A 590; L 341 
Angulinis, A 629 
Angulo, 102 
Angulum, O 102 
Angustat, A 802 
Angustia, Int. 313 
Angustiae, F 12 
Angustiatim, G 620 
Angustiis, I 76 
Angustior, A 640 
Angustum, F 336 
Augustus, A 615 
Anhelat, S 692 
AnbeUam, E 546 
Anim, P 163 
Anima, Int. 228; P 838 
Animae, D 59 
Animaequius, A 611 
Animal, B 86; E 290; P 

168; 8 47,110; U 102 
Animalibus, S 681 
Animalis, Z 1 
Animatuersio, A 653 
Animatuertit, A 633 
Animi, A 595 
Animo, A 322 (bis); B 114; 

Gl; E446; M 188 
Animositas, P 429 
Annales, A 592 
Annates, A 606 
Anni, A 577 
Anniculus, A 577 
Annis, B99; D 257 
Annitur, A 584 
Anniuersarius, A 607 
Annixi, A 620 
Annos, L 3X0 



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129 



Annua, A 618 

Annue, A 619 

Annues, A 564 

Annuit, A 563 

Annuos, A 592 

Annus, B 194 

Annuus, A 607 

Anobarbus, A 605 

Anologia, A 566 

Anomala, A 623 

Anomalum, A 565 

Anquirit, A 597 

Ansa, A 559 

Ansatae, A 603 

Anser, A 627 

Ansiferis, A 636 

Ansportat, A 599 

Antagonista, A 601 

Ante, B 161; D 382; 1416; 
L 228; P 601, 608, 751, 
807; BlOl; T 259; U6 

Antea, P 788 

Anteambulant, A 383 

Antebiblium, A 630 

Antecaelo, A 643 

Antecedere, A 644 

Antecelere, A 644 

AntecelUt, A 645 

Antecidet, P 726 

Antedicere, P 764 

Antedictum, P 781 

Antedo, A 643 

Antedoq\ A 602 

Antefata, A 579 

Antefatus, A 631 

Antemna, A 588 

Antemne, A 587 

Antena, A 610 

Antenatus, P 677 

Anteponere, 62 

Anteposita, P 765 

Anterapit, P 590 

Antes, A 626 

Antestat, P 721 

Antestis, A 558 

Anthletae, S 114 

Anthlia, A 567 

Antiae, A 572 

Anticipatio, A 578 

Anticipationem, P 217 

Anticipauit, A 582 

Antictores, A 647 

Antifrasin, A 561 

[Antigeni], A 649 

Antiqua, C 87 

Antiquarius, A 556 

Antiquauit, U 109 

Antiqui,B36; M 58; U 74 

Antiquis, A 931 

Antiquitatem, A 811 

Antiquorum, P 889 

0. Q. 



Antiques, P 828 

Antiquum, G 193 

Antra, A 560 

Antulus, A 659 

Anubis, A 557 

Anudus, A 568, 614 

Anuli, S 327 

Anulum, A 616 

Anus, A 608, 646 

Anxiatur, F 238 

Anxietas, A 165 

Anxius, A 617 

Aoth, Int. 31 

Aparatio, Int. 121 

Aparatu, A 696 

Aparcias, A 713 

Aparitio, A 708 

Apellatam, Int. 145 

Apellatus, Int. 223 

Apelle, A 71 

Aper, A 670 

Aperi, Int. 133; O 271; S 

282 
Aperiens, Int. 132, 168 
Aperiente, I 478 
Aperientes, H 122 
Aperit, I 338 ; P 38 
Aperiunt, F 21 
Aperta, E 396 
Aperti, B 66 
Aperticius, A 705 
Apertio, B 187 
Apertionem, A 573 
Apertum, A 93; H 125; L 

124; P 75, 101; B 47 
Apertus, B 156 
Apes, P 168 
Apex, A 685 
Apiastrum, A 672 
Apio, A 673 
Apiscitur, A 701 
Apium, A768; G 170 
Aplestia, A 680 
Aplustra, A 667 
Apocalipsin, Int. 21 
Apooalypseos, A 688 
Apooatasticus, A 661 
Apocrifa, A 689 
Apocrisis, A 690 
Apodixen, A 660 
Apodixeos, E 358 
Apodixes, A 668 
Apolitarium, A 669 
ApoUonis, L 94 ; T 302 
Apologia, A 679 
Apologias, A 693 
Apologiticum, A 691 
Apoplexa, A 686 
Aporiamur, A 671 
Aporians, A 666 
Aportatu, N 188 



Aportatum, D 137 
Apostas, A 695 
Apostata, A 692 
Apostemam, A 711 
Apostolus, Int. 20, 299; 

372 
Apotasia, A 676 
Apotheoa, A 662, 687 
Apothecis, G 268 
Apothisen, A 694 
Apototyas, A 697 
Apparasin, A 665 
Apparator, A 699 
Apparatorium, A 704 
Apparatum, A 709 
Apparent, A 875 
Apparitione, A 684 
Apparitorium, A 664 
Appellatum, tJ 203 
Appellens, A 702 
Appetitus, A 683 
Appi, F 268 
Appius, F 268 
Applare, A 706 
Applicauit, A 703 
Appollones, P 317 
Apporeor, A 712 
Apporia, A 682 
Appositus, Int 194 
Appotheca, A 710 
Appulissit, A 703 
Aprica, A 674 
Apricam, A 675 
Apricitas, A 707 
Aprioum, A 678 
Apta, E51;H6;M75 
Aptat, A 663 
Aptata, A 681 
Aptauit, A 700 
Apte, S 672 
Aptet, A 698 
Aptos, H 11 
Aptum, G 766 
Apud, S 74 

Aput, A 116; M 2; P 309 
Aqua, Int. 331; B 97; G 20, 

44; L 88, 160, 229; N 

123; T 210 
Aquae, B221; P 483, 556; 

U261 
Aquarum, A 590, 718; H 18; 

L166 
Aquas, p. 1 ; Int. 41 
Aquatici, H 114 
Aquaticus, N36;T 181 
Aque, N 109 
Aquemale, A 716 
Aquilae, A717;P252 
Aquilici, A 718 
Aquilium, A 714, 715 
Aquilonis, A 826 

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LATIN INDEX. AQU — ASC 



Aqois, T 75 

Ara, A 823 

Aranearam, G 60 

Arantes, L 216 

Arator, G 122 

Aratri, B 210 

Aratnr, A 728 

Araxis, A 760 

Arba, A 728 

Arbat§, A 769 

Arbina, A 770 

Arbitrabantur, B 75 

Arbitrandnm, B 26 

Arbitrare, B 143 

Arbitrati, B 18 

Arbitration C 716 

Arbitratur, G 499 

Arbitratas, B 6 

Arbitrio, N 193 

Arbitriomm, A 781 

Arbitrium, A 780 

ArbituB, A 808 

Arbor, A 531 ; B 66, 98, 203; 

E 8; H 111, 129; N 19; 

B206 
Arbore, G 222, 324 
Arborem, G 982 
Arbores, A 816; 8 638 
Arboris, A 342 
Arborum, G 174; F 339; S 

561 
Arbusta, A 816 
Arbutus, A 735 
Area, A 97 
Arc8B, P 481 
Arcarius, A 814 
Areas, G 17; Z3 
ArcQ, A 792 
Aroebat, A 733, 791 
Areem, A 776 
Areesi, A 775 
Areesiendos, A 761 
Arcessite, A 128 
Aroessitus, A 176, 807 
Areet, A 767 
Arehangelus, Int. 3 
Archia, A 724, 762 
Arehiatros, A 773 
Archioretis, A 779 
Archioritas, A 725 
Arohipirata, A 727 
Arehisynagogus, A 750 
Arohius, A 749 
Arehontes, A 745 
Arehtoes, A 743 
Arohturns, A 742 
Arci, A 804 
Arcis, A 815 
Arcister, A 810 
Arcistis, A 758 
Arcit, A 819 



Ardtrioliniuxn, A 797 
Areius, A 820 
Areontvs, A 746 
Areoretos, A 812 
ArouB, I 482, 485 ; T 83 
Areuum, G 6iB5 
Ardebat, A 801 
Ardens, Int. 277 
Ardentes, A 739; F 226 
Ardentior, I 38 
Ardentissimus, S 323 
Ardet, F 309 
Ardia, A 729 
Ardor, F 361 
Ardua, S 318 
Arduum, A 747 
Arectas, A 805 
Arefacta, A 362 
Arena, S 714 
Areoli, A 723, 726 
Areolus, A 778 
Areptioium, A 795 
Arestis, A 777 
Argella, A 730 
Argenteus, A 771 
Argenti, T 8 
Argentum, E 118 
ArgiUa, A 748 
Argolicam, A 803 
Arguere, A 786 
Arguit, A 799; F 418 
Arguitur, F 78 
Argumento, S 374 
Argumentum, A 806 
Argute, A 737 
Argutiae, A 731, 736 
Argutns, A 825 
Arida, A766; G52;G163; 

L51 
Ariolatus, A 721 
ArioU, A 823 
Ariolus, A 800 
Ariopagita, A 787 
Ariopagus, A 774 
Aripagita, A 750 
Aris, H 13 
Aristes, F 350 
Arma, A 154, 581, 734, 822; 

G 202,913; D 351; F88; 

P 412, 482 ; U 51 
Armatis, F 29 
Armatura, A 824 
Armellae, A 722 
ArmeUu, A 782 
Armenias, A 738 
Armenta, B 222; P 333 
Armentarium, A 734, 741 
Armentarius, P 346 
Armentum, A 741, 783 
Armi, A 798 
Armiger, A 798; C 839 



Armilausia, A 755 

Annillas, P 303 

Armilosa, p. 1 

Armenia, A 720 

Armorum, A 741 ; S 202 

Armns, A 765 

Aromatum, A 723 

Arpa, A 759 

Arpago, A 756 

Arpia, A 764 

Arrabonem, A 809 

Arram, A809 

Arrepit, A 784 

Arreptus, G 842 

Arridit, A 785 

Arrins, A 732 

Ars, A 772 

Arsis, Int. 23 

Artaba, A 813 

Artabae, T 248 

Artat, A 802 

Artauit, A 790 

Artem, A 375 

Artemon, A 753 

Artemta, A 752 

Artes, G 192 

Arthimetica, A 719 

Artioos, A 826 

Articulatum, G 622 

Articulatus, A 817 

Articulis, A 817 

Artioulorum, A 143 

Artifex, O 178 

Artis, A 374, 793 ; S 80 

Artium, M203; P 66 

Artoa, A 754 

Artum, A 757 

Artura, A 744 

Artus, I 264 

ArtuBsum, A 794 

Artuus, A 789 

Arualis, A 788 

Aruina, A 796 

Arula, A 751, 768 

Arundo, A 48 

Aruspex, A 818 

AruBpices, A 821 ; H 128 

Arx, A 740, 815 

Arxhotanian, A 811 

As, A 854 

Asa, Int. 28 

Asapa, A 863 

Asealonium, A 841 

Asoella, A 837 

Ascemor, A 834 

Ascendere, A 306 

Ascendit, G 124 

ABcensio, G 452 

Ascensum, P 247 

AsoensuB, G465,474, 479,623 

Ascesi, A 851 



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131 



Ascesui, A 863 

Ascetron, A 848 

Asoia, D 355 

Ascilium, A 831 

Ascios, A 838 

Ascopa, A 852 

Ascripta, G 331 

Asellnm, A 829 

Aser, Int. 27 

Asiani, A 860 

Asilo, A 832 

Asilnm, A 846 

Asinius, A 861 

Asino, 177 

Asotns, A 853 

Aspaltum, A 839 

Aspectom, G 159 

Aspeotus, F 84 

Asper, S 15, 184; T 222, 

239 
Aspera, A 859 
Asperens, A 705 
Asperitas, S 196 
Aspematur, A 857 
Aspernit, A 833 
Aspersnm, K 150 
Aspersos, M 51 
Asperom, S 160 
Aspexit, S 648 
Aspicit, P 683 
Aspicium, A 901 
Asses, A 836; S 280 
Assis, A 854 
Ast, A 842 

Asta, A 830, 845, 858; G 48 
Astarium, A 856 
Astaroth, A 843 
Astatns, A 845, 858 
Astella, P 473 
Asteriscus, A 849 
AstismoB, A 847 
Astri, A 850 
Astrologia, A 828 
Astronomia, A 827 
Astrorum, A 827 
Astruin, A 840 
Astu, A 844 
Astula, F 295 
Astum, A 835 
Astor, A 864 
Astns, A 855 
Astntia, G 734 ; S 382 
Astutnin, A 835 
Astutus, A 825 ; S 1, 389 ; U 

116 
At, A 204, 768, 881 
Atanus, A 25 
Atellanus, A 870 
Atfirmant, A 896 
Atflarat, A 868 
Atflictio, C 823 



Atflixit, A 790 
Athoniel, Int. 30 
Atinnenta, G 638 
Atianctus, G 523 
Atiungere, G 796 
Atiungimur, G 130, 131 
Atomas, A 865 
Atomi, A 875, 879 
Atpostat, G 425 
Atque, A 882 (bis) ; F 322 ; 

126 
Atqueductns (for aquae d-), 

L30 
Atriensis, A 871 
Atrocitas, A 874 
Atrox, A 877 
Atmm, A 880 
Atrux, A 878 
Atsidne, F 410 
Atsimolat, A 343 
Atsumsio, Int. 201 
Attaminat, A 867 
Attenuata, A 362 
Atticas, A 873 
Attigerit, A 866; 6 31 
Attoniti, A 876 
Attrectare, A 869 
Attubemalis, A 872 
Atuocati, G 195 
Atnocatus, G 177 
Auaritia, F 211 
AnbalcuB, A 940 
Anceps, A 958 
Auctam, A 884 
Auctio, A 913 
Auctionabatnr, A 946 
Aactius, A 918 
Auctor,A163; L223; B96; 

U223 
Aqctorale, A 910 
Auctoramentum, A 941 
Auctoris, A 368 
Aacturatio, A 959 
Ancupale, P 155 
Aacapatione, A 898 
Aaoupia, A 888 
Aucapium, A 939 
Aaousatio, A 939 
Audacia, 1 166, 285 
Aadaciter, A 936 
Aadax, T 66 
Andeo, A 936 
Audi, A 112, 119 
Audiens, G 73; D 314 (bis) 
Audierat, A 927 
Audis, S 427, 675 
Audist, A 938 
Auditio, Int. 163 
Auditis, H 131 
Auditorium, A 960 
Audiuitum, T 254 



Auehit, A 599, 908 
Auellanus, A 895 
Auena, A 917 
Auenicat, A 934 
Auernus, A 920 
Auertens, M 176 
Auerteret, A 899 
Auertit, A 947 
Aueruncat, A 947 
Aues, A 418, 431, 906, 916, 

958; B 163; G 673, 879; 

U159 
Auet, A 933 
Auexerat, A 902 
Aufert, A 85 
Aufug^t, A 944 
Augetio, A 914 
Augmentum, S 637 
Augoria, A 887 ; 161, 165 
Augorium, O 160 
Augur, A 906, 953 
Augurans, A 885 
Augures, A 886 
Auguriae, F 92 
Augurium, A 886, 901, 905 
Augustissimo, A 956 
Augustum, A 949 
Augustus, Int. 9 
Aui, A 25 
Auiaria, A 916 
Auibus, A 429 
Auis, F 155, 397; P 174, 

377; S 303 
Auitiis, A 931 
Auium, A 821, 887, 897, 905 ; 

H41 
Aula, A 912 
Aulea, A 932 
Aaleis, A 907, 921 
Auleum, A 912 
Aupex, A 888 
Aura, A 486 
Aurarum, 1 179 
Auras, A 818 
Aurata, L 28 
Aurea, A 641 ; P 240 
Aureae, L 27 
Aureum, G 977 
Auri, A20; B 124 
Auribus, P 470 
Auricolorem, G 886 
Auricularium, A 945 
Auriculum, A 889, 891 
Aurifodina, A 883 
Auriola, A 893 
Auris, P 433 
Aurit, A 903 
Auritoria, A 567 
Aurium, P 353; p. 91, note 2 
Auro, A 950 (bis); B 29; D 

313 

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132 



LATIN INDEX. AUR — BET 



Aorooaloum, A 957 
Anrum, A929;E 118 
Aas, A 925 
Anserit, A 919 
Ansemnt, A 909 
Ausiliabor, A 285 
Ausiliare, A 284 
Aueilium, 190 
Ausillae, A 942 
Ausim, A 936 
Ausonia, A 952 
Auspex, A 887 
Auspioale, I 332 
Auspicantes, A 894 
Auspioantur, A 948 
Auspicia, A 897; 83, 270 
Auspicium, A 911 
Auster, A951; T 149 
AnsterituS) A 928 
Austis, A 923 
Austris, F 431 
Ausurae, A 954 
Aasus, A 900, 938 
Aut, A 33, 110, 463, 613, 

650, 930 ; 6 60, ; E 14, 276 

(bis) ; I 273 
Autenticum, A 910 
Anthencicum, A 904 
Anthentica, A 915 
Autio, A 926 
Autiuntur, O 256 
Autamabam, A 890 
Aatnmant, A 896 
Automat, A 937 
Aaulsa, A 924 
Aaultis, A 943 
Aunm, A 935 
AuuDculas, A 955 
Auufl, A 25 (ter), 277, 892 
AuxiHa, A 409 
Aaxilians, P 621 
Anxiliator, A 699 
AuxUiis, A 268 
Auxilio, O 180 
Auxilium, Int. 37, 103; P 

714, 752; S 594 
Anxillae, A 922 
Axis, A 340, 964 
Axredo, A 963 
Axredones, A 962 
Axungia, A 770, 961 
Azarias, Int. 37 

Baal, B 18 

Baasa, Int. 47 

Babigera, B 30 

Babilonia, B 14 

Babylon, Int. 53 

Bacarius, B 166 

Baccae, B 40 

Baccanalia, B 44 | 



Bacoeas, B 47 
Baccinia, B 19 
Bachans, B 10 
Bachantes, B 48 
Bachatio, B 44 
Bachatnr, B 12 
Bachi, B 36; O 260 
Bachom, B 5,22; L 340 
Bacidones, B 3 
Baoillat, B 7 
Baculum, P 260 
Baelbae, B 90 
Bafer, B 2 
Bagula, B 4 
Balantes, B 20, 134 
Balatus, B 57 
Balba, B 11 
Balbus, B 16, 35 
Balbutas, B 52 
Ballationes, B 51 
Ballena, B 21 
Ballista, B 8 
Balnearis, G 490 
Balnearum, G 190 
Balneaticam, G 181 
Balneis, G 188 
Balneum, B 56; G 179 
Balsami, O 213 (bis) 
Balsis, B 6 
Balteum, B 37 
Balus, B 38 
Ban, B 53 
Bapis, B 54 
Baptizatus, N 63 
Baratrum, B 39, 49 
Barba, A 605 ; I 343; S 523; 

U134 
Barbae, L3; S92 
Barbam, E 246 
Barbara, B 131 
Barbarica, B 29 
Barbarismus, B 59 
Barbarus, D 15 
Barbenta, B 45 
Barca, B 13 
Bardus, B 42 
Bare, Int. 46 
Baria, Int. 49 
Bariona, Int. 48 
Bariulus, B 58 
Barrit, B 34 
Barritus, B 23 
Barrus, B 28 
Barsus, B 46 

Bartholomeus, p. 1 ; Int. 41 
Baruina, B 55 
Basiat, S 38 
Basileon, B 1, 15 
Basiliscus, B 31, 32 
BasUla, B 43 
Basis, B 50 



Bassandes, B 40 

Bassia, B 26 

Bastema, B 9, 25 

Bat, E 78; see effothbat 

Battat, B 24 

Batuitum, B 17 

Batus, 132 

Batutus, B 33 

Baubant, B 41 

Baucalem, B 27 

Baxem, B 47 

Beabes, B 81 

Beacita, B 61 

Beantes, B 64 

Beatum, B 81 

Beatus, Int. 27 

Bebella, B 89 

Becta, B 91 

Beel, B 63 

Behemoth, B 86 

Belfegor, Int. 43 

Belial, B 78 

Bella, T 111 

Bellator, B 74 

BelU, 1 107 ; P 116 

BelUcat, L 58; U 202 

BelHci, P 7 

Bellicosus, B 62 

BelUcum, B 75 

Bellicus, B 60 

Belliger, B 74 

Bello, C 912 ; S 490 

Bellosus, A 551 

BeUum, B 65, 67, 73, 76 

(bis), 79 (bis), 80, 83, 92, 

94; C410; D375; I 371, 

461; P 218 
Belua, P 402 
Bena, B 85 
Bene, D 311; E 37, 327; 

F 92; M 159; P 640, 772 
Beneficium, B 68; see also 

aenef — 
Beniamin, Int. 45 
Benigne, G 624 
Ber, B 69 
Berbene, B 88 
Berbices, L 2 
Beredarios, B 87 
Berna, B 72, 77 
Berruca, B 71 
Berrus, B 70 
Berulus, B 82 
Bestia, D 12 

Bestiae, B 90; G 203; P 699 
Bestiarius, B 84 
Bestiarum, B 84 
Beta, B 66, 95 
Beth, Int. 228 
Bethlem, Int. 44 
Bettonioa, B 93 



LATIN INDEX. BIA — BUT 



133 



Bianor, 6 114 
Bibarius, B 109 
Bibatar, B 121 ; G 689 
Bibens, D 3 
Biberatas, E 495 
BibUopola, B 120 
BibUotheca, B 101 
Bibliothicatrix, B 122 
Biblos, B 120 
Bibo, A 655 
Bibrantia, B 139 
Bibulta, B 141 
BibaluB, B 121 
BicelUum, B 124 
Biceps, B 104, 107 
Bicipitis, F 372 
Bicliniam, B 124 
Bicoca, B 96 
BidelUom, B 98 
Bidentes, B 134 
Bifaria, B 126 
Bifarius, B 112 
Bigae, B 115 
Bigimen, B 106 
Bilance, B 140 
Bile, B 108 
Bilem, B 133 
Bileso, B 129 
BiUces, B 105 
Bilinguis, B 109 ; T 122 
Bilastrum, B 99 
Bimatur, B 119 
Biothanatas, B 118 
Bipedalis, B 125 
Bipennem, B 132 
Bipertitum, B 128, 138 
Bipertitua, B 127 
Birbicariolas, B 136 
BiremiB, B 102 
BiriUus, B 97 
Birrica, B 110 
Bis, B 132 ; C 520 ; M 56 
Bisaltim, B 131 
Bisarios, B 127 
Bisolcam, B 130 
Biti, B 123 
Bitiligo, B 103 
Bitorius, B 137 
BitriciuB, B 135 
Bitulus, B 111 
Bitumen, B 100 
Bitnmine, I 224 
Biuium, B 116, 117 
Blandere, P 32 
Blanditor, A 258 
Blanditur, G 13 
Blandas, G 34 
Blattis, B 143 
Blessus, B 144 
Blitum, B 142 
Blohonicula, B 147 



Boa, B 156 

Boantes, B 172 

Boaptis, B 154 

Boare, B 153, 168 

Bobinatores, B 158 

Bobis, P 276 

Bobulcas, B 164 

Bobulinom, I 224 

Bobulum, B 170 

Bocolioon, Int. 320 

Boetes, B 157 

BofeUum, B 148 

Bofor, B 167 

Bogias, B 174 

Bolia, B 160 

Bolides, B 178 

Bolimides, B 161 

Bolitat, B 162 

Bellas, B 169 

Bombicini, B 151 

Bombosa, B 171 

Bombas, B 155 

Bona, Int. 117 ; A 856 ; B 150, 

177; C964; D23;N159; 

R37; U60 
Bonae, I 272 
Bonam, E 127 
Boni, 982; Dill 
Bonis, 721 
Bonitas, C 802 ; M 119 
Bono, M 308 ; U 194 
Bonos, P 784, 787 
Bonum, E 346 
Bonus, B 175 
Borea, A 92 
Boreus, B 152 
Borrum, B 173 
Bos, B 105 
Bosboris, B 145 
Bothonia, B 146 
Botitium, B 159 
Botrum, B 176 
Boues, I 524 
Bouestra, B 165 
Bouinum, B 170 
Bonon, B 163 
Bouulci, B 149 
Bouum, A 940; B 149, 160; 

1524 
Brachi, U 227 
Brachia, Int. 191 
BrachiaUa, A722; D 178 
Brachicatalecticus, Int. 51 
Brachiorum, T 223 
Brachis, L 52 
Brachium, L71; U 233 
Braohus, B 184 
Braciae, B 189 
Bradigabo, B 183 
Bragas, P 241 
Brahiale, B 181 



Bratinm, B 182 
Brattanea, B 193 
Braugina, B 196 
Brebiter, 795 
Bresith, Int. 52 
Brene, C291; E 222 
Breuia, 1276; U 50 
Breuiarum, E 237 
Breuiata, E 240 
Breuiatio, E 261 
Breuis, Int. 49; B 184; G 

817,890,896; L 123; M 

102, 281 ; S 141 
Breuitas, B 180 
Breniter, G 818 
Breuium, G 867 
Briensis, B 179; L 93 
Brittanica, B 192 
Brittia, B 195 
Broel, B 185 
Broellarius, B 186 
Bromosus, B 194 
Bruchns, Int. 42; B 187, 

190 
Bruma, B 180 
Bromalia, B 191 
Bruncus, B 188 
Brute, H 68 
BubaUs, B 213, 217 
Bubla, B 229 
Bubo, B 206 
Bubulum, G 956 
Buccis, B 200 
Buccones, B 219 
Buocula, B223; U 242 
Bncelatori, P 159 
Bucerum, B 217 
Bncitum, B 226 
Bucolicon, Int. 50 
Buoula, B 218 
Buculus, B 208 
Bulimus, B 209 
Bulla, B 197 
Bullae, B 205 
Bullantes, B 221 
Burnt, B 216 
Bumaste, B 214 
Bumbus, B 225 
Bunia, B 228 
Burdones, H 152 
Burgos, B 220 
Buricus, M 57 
Buris, B 210 
Burrum, B 202, 211 
Burrus, B 212 
Busta, B 203 
Bustantes, B 215 
Bustioeta, B 201, 204 
Bustum, B 224 
Buteriae, B 222 
Butio, B 199, 227 



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LATIN INDEX. BUT — CAP 



Batum, B 207 
Bux, B 198 
Byrsa, B 234 
Byrseus, B 232 
Byssum, B 113, 230, 233 
Bythalasma, B 231 

Gaballarns, P 808 
Gaballi, L 29 
GabaUus, 155; M 57 
Gabbaalarius, A 472 
Cabellatione, S 374 
GabiUatio, G 26 
Gabillatnr, 42, 248 
Gabo, G 155 
Gaccabum, G 6 
Gacihinnatio, G 35 
Gacomicanns, 123 
Gacomm, I 446 
Gacula, G 52 
Gacumen, G 163, 661 
Gada, G 153 
Gadauera, F 424 
Gadax, 157 
Gadendo, E 323 
Gadex, G 253 
Gadit, G 764; D 113 
Gadonca, G 67 
Gados, G 9 
Gaduca, B 177 
Gadaceum, G 168 
GaducuB, G 212 
Gaedit, G 54 
Gaelatum, G 249 
Gaelatura, G 251; D 200 
Gaeles, G 221 
Gaeleste, G 1 
Gaelesti, N 99 
Gaelestia, A 581 
Gaelestis, G 169; I 485; N 

111 
Gaeli, A 339, 355, 685; G 

159; U 51 (?) 
Gaelibatus, G 79 
Gaelibem, G 215 
Gaelibies, G 169 
Gaelicola, G 43 
Gaeliculae, G 221 
Gaelo, A794; S 281 
Gaelum, A 340, 479, 840; 

G 43, 855; E 132; 0144; 

P546 
Gaementnm, 90 
Gaenum, 29, 128 
Gaeporicon, 71 
Gaeraitae, 203 
Gaerealia, G 202 
Gaeruchi, G 222 
Gaesaris, F 183 
Gaesarium, 170 
Gaesios, 200 



Gaesura, 90 

Gain, Int. 55 

Galamitas, Int. 98; E 275 

Galamitates, T 195 

Galamitatibus, 238 

Galamizare, G 187 

Galamum, S 509 

GalamuB, H 1 

Galcar, 93 

Galcare, M 307 

Galoem, 4 

Galces, S 148 

Gaioesta, 118 

Oalciamenta, O 293; S 76 

Galciamenti, G 844 

Galciculiam, 121 

Calcido, G 77 

Oalcis, 3, 142 

Oalculator, 24 

Oaloulum, 127 

Oalculus, 5, 12 

Oaldaria, G 197 

Galdei, Int. 56 

Galdeorum, A 110 

Galdeos, S 74 

Oalecantum, p. 26, n. 5 

Galena, A 674 

Galentes, G 30 

Oalestra, 191 

Galicis, F 177; P 106 

GaUda, S 520 

Galidonco, T 351 

Galiga, G 141 

Galigaris, G 480 

GaUgat, 345 

Galigo, A 300 

GaUps, G 145 

Galix, C 919, 972 

Galla, 104 

GaUeo, G 261 

GaUes, 232 

GaUide, I 348 

Galliditas, A 855 

GaUidus, Int. 68; M187;U 

21, 116; p. 78, note 3 
GalHs, 259 
GaUos, G 161 
GaUus, 255 ; D 72 
Galmetum, 140 
Galomachus, 124 
Galones, G 190 
Galor, A 312, 675 ; 347 
Galore, T 92 
Galpes, 17 
Galta, G 116 
Galtulum, G 165 
Galuaria, 654 
Galaari§, Int. 57 
Galuariom, G 257 
Galuiale, 256 
Galamniatur, S 367 



Oaluas, G 109 
Galx, G 142 
Gamaenae, 34 
Gamellea, G 27 
Gamellorum, B 205 
Gamellum, G 184 
Gamera, 56; L 28 
Gamisa, 109 
Gampania, S 218 
Oampestre, S 287 
Gampi, A315; N 3 
Gampis, B65; I 51 (bis) 
Gampus, A 314; 227 
Gana, G 87 

Oanalibus, 111; 176 
Ganalis, G 922 
Gananens, Int. 65 
Gancellatas, I 353 
Ganoelli, 173, 214 
Gancer, G 120 
Gancri, 214 
Ganda, G 225 
Gandes, 18 
Gandet, 40 
Gandidi, G 376 
Gandidns, Int. 188 
Oandias, 209 
Gane,Int. 192; Gil; L338 
Ganes, 28, 347; Q 65 
Gani, H 166 
Ganibas, Q 42 
Ganicala, G 11 
Ganis, L 338 ; M 215 ; N 89 
GaniBtrnm, G 132 
Ganit,G751; F 180; L 179; 

T 176, 327 
Ganitur, G 754 
Ganna, H 20 
Gano, 57 
Ganon, Int. 60 
Ganonum, G 72 
Gantare, G 187 
Gantarus, G 44, 86, 151 
Gantat, M' 280 
Gantatio, E 487; M 157, 279 
Gantationes, A 897; E 104; 

H2 
Gantatrix, P 839 
Ganthera, G 252 
Ganti, G 92, 135 
Gantioiscent, 94 
Gantioum, G 55; E 417 
Gantilena, G 365 
Gantio, T 263 
GantoB, A 821 
Gantu, G 34 

GantuB, 362, 562 ; H 41 
Gaotostrifon, G 84 
Gapacitates, 41 
Gapaciter, G 172 
Gapax, G 162, 206 



LATIN INDEX. CAP — CAT 



185 



CapellQ, A 306 
Caper, C 156 
Caperata, C 37 
Capessit, C 38, 205 
Capido, C 183 
Capiendas, C 80 
Capiens, P 711 
Capillatio, L 3 
Capillatis, C 210 
Capillatur, C 99 
Capillis, C 210 
CapiUum, C 170 
Capissendas, C 80 
Capissendo, I 252 
Capistrinum, C 241 
Capistro, C 260 
Capistram, C 117 
Capit, A958; C 206 
Capita, B 104 
Capitale, C 310 
CapitaB, C 235 
Capite, A 140; C 171(bis), 

216,217; T305 
Capitella, E 235; P 397 
Capiter, 118 
Capitis, A 685 ; C 216 ; D 98, 

301, 313; F 330; T 77; 

U58 
Capititantimn, D 363 
Capitinm, C 107 
Capitolinos, C 211 
Capitolio, C 211 
Capitolinm, C 231 
Capitulum, E 222 
Capiuntur, U 159 
Capoth, Int. 66 
Cappa, C 108, 112, 137 
Capra, D 13 
Caprae, S 523 
Caprarum, B 110 
Capria, C 189 
CaprioU, D 13 
CapseUum, C 133 
Capsis, C 100 
Capsula, C 108 
Captae, M 23 
Captant, I 234 
Captio, C 167, 180 
Captiuitas, I 501 
Captinitatem, P 543 
Captu, P 598 
Captura, C 181 
Capturarias, C 181 
Capalum, C 236 
Capnlus, C 47 
Caput, C 217, 231, 322, 407, 

753; L29; M310; S343, 

481 
Caraboroin, M 221 
Caracter, C68; S 555 
Caracteres, C 226 



Caractis, C 103 
Caradrion, C 148 
Caragios, C 223 
Carauma, C 13 
Caraxatis, C 228 
Carbasus, C 229 
Carbo, C 143 
Carbunculas, C 15 
Career, P 347 
Carcere, I 87 
Carceres, L 6 
Carceribus, I 335 
Carcesia, C 102, 266 
Carcura, C 101 
Cardela, p. 1 
CardeUa, C 122 
Cardinarias, C 66 
Cardiolos, C 258 
Cardo, C 247 
Carduelis, C 147 
Cardui, P 22 
Cardus, C 125 
Carecta, C 33, 192 
Carecter, C 179 
Carectom, C 129 
Caret, A 847 ; C 267 
Caricas, P 68 
CariciB, C 33 
Cariel, C 152 
Carina, C 134 
Carinantes, C 158 
Cariscus, C 106, 150 
Caristia, C 164 
Garix, C 110 
Carmelas, C 114 
Carmen, Int. 50, 151, 156; 

E238, 251, 252; N54;P 

112, 488; S 524; p. 86, 

note 2 
Carmina, P 385 
Carminat, P 153 
Carminibus, H 2 
Carminis, M 134, 157, 179 
Carminum, H 165 
Cames, 205 
Carnificum, L 75 
Camis, L67; 169 
Carpasini, C 138 
Carpebat, C 263 
Carpella, C 130 
Carpentium, C 398 
Carpentum, C 96, 182 
Carpsit, C 48 
Carptim, C 45 
Carptus, C 46 
Carra, P 446 
Carrum, C 182 
Cartaginensem, P 885 
Cartage, C 199 (for sartago) ; 

P489 
Cartamo, C 265 



Cartellus, C 10 

Cartem, C 188 

Cartice, L 204 

CartUago, C 14, 186 

Cartula, C 359 

Carubdis, C 7 

Carula, C 178 

Casa, S 207 ; T 123 

Cascum, C 55, 193 

Casei, F 191 

Cases, C 154 

Caseum, C 267 

Casinnr, C 19 

Casis, C 244 

Casla, C 224 

Cas.leo, Int. 59 

Casma, C 21 

Casnomia, C 149 

Caspis, A 677 

Cassa, S 135 

Cassabundus, C 49 

Casse, C 160 

Cassedis, C 254 

Casses, C 60, 254 

Cassibus, C 238 

Cassidele, C 136 

Cassidis, C 242 

Cassis, G 19 

Cassium, C 246 

Casso, C 245 

Cassus, C 239 

Cassusum, C 194 

Castanea, C 115 

Castel[U], Int. 120 

CasteUum, 202 

Castigatio, E 145 

Castimonia, C 2 

Castorius, C 126 

Castra, B 220; H 94; B 98 

Castratio, H 82 

Castratus, H 53 

Castrorum, U 51 

Castum, C 50 

Casu, C 83 

Casus, C 85, 243; F 258; 

1 11; T 196 
Catabatus, C 89 
Cataceseis, C 76 
Catacesion, C 62 
Catacizati, C 64 
Catacizo, C 65 
Catadismum, Int. 67 
Catacuminus, Int. 62 
Catafrigas, C 63 
Catafrigia, C 25 
Catagrinas, C 260 
Catalecticus, Int. 74 
Catalectus, Int. 76 
Catalogus, C 208 
Catamasion, C 81 
Catamo, I 465 



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LATIN IND£X« CAT — CES 



Gatamontem, C 159 
Cataplasma, G 88 
Gataplas, G 213 
Gatapulta, G 23 
Gataron, G 70 
Gatasprophon, G 146 
Gatasta, G 51, 98 
Catastrofon, G 69 
Gatecominus, G 73 
Gatecominns, G 74 
Gategorias, G 105 
Gatenae, G 908 ; F 195 ; L 27 
Gatenas, B 174 
Gatenata, A 518 
Gater, G 198 
Gaterua, G 218 
Gateruarins, G 218 
Gathalon, G 166 
Gathedra, T 245 
Gatholica, G 78 
Gatholicus, G 75 
GatinoB, G 61 
Gato, C 144 

Gaton perenmatoria, G 82 
Gatula, Int. 192 
Gatus, C 53 
Gauam, T 225 
Gauanni, G 119 
Gauato, T 357 
Gaaculus, G 58 
Gauda, G 196, 753 ; D 292 
Gaudam, D 367 
Gaudioes, G 174 
Gaudix, G 39, 113 
Ganea, G 8 
Gaueis, D 54 
Gauernionlifl, G 240 
Gauemus, G 264 
GauiUatio, H 120 
Gaulas, G131;I353 
GaulQ, G 195 
Gaulem, G 22, 31 
Gaules, G 173 
Gauliouli, G 32 
Gauliculus, G 262 
Gaulosas, G 207 
Gaumati, G 237 
Gamneuniae, G 59 
Gaupo, G 20, 185 
Gauponia, G 219 
Gaaponiam, G 176 
Gaaponula, G 175 
Gaapuncula, C 185 
Gausa, G 139 ; G 165 ; L 217 ; 

P693 
Gausantem, G 596 
Gausator, G 220 
Gausatur, G 201 ; M 349 
Gausidicus, G 177 
Gausile, G 496 
Gausus, G 220 



Gaotere, G 16 
Gaoteriam, G 95 
Gantes, G 234 
Gautio, S 342 
Gaationem, G 230 
Gantiones, S 718 
Gaatam, G 91 
Gautus, G 204 
Gaaam, S 485 
Gearon, G 300 
Geoiderunt, F 230 
Geoidit, G 702; P 718 
Geoatiat, C 345 
Gedar, Int. 64 
Gedendos, A 168 
Gedes, G 343 
Gediat, I 362 

Gedit, G 344 ; F 414 ; M 363 
Geditu[r], L 72 
Gefaios, G 314 
Gelat, G 446; T 126 
Celatum, C 350 
Gelebatos, G 335 
Geleber, G 316 
Gelebra, G 326 
Gelebrat, G 327 
Gelebre, G 313 
Gelebritas, G 271, 289 
Gelebs, G 337 
Geler, G 273; N 25 
Geles, G 308, 312 
Geleuma, G 472 
Gelicolae, G 308 
Gelidrus, G 315 
GeUae, G 170 
GeUarinm, P 316, 811 
Gellas, G 334 ; P 55 
Gellis, G 268 
Gelo, S 673 
Gelox, G 293 
Gelsa, E 402; M 271 
Gementum, G 320, 332 
Gena, P 19 
Genaculi, I 234 
Genaculum, G 318; F 114; 

T282 
Genadoxio, G 275 
Gene, G 272 
Geneto, G 330 
GenoBus, A 424 
Gensae, C 331 
Gensat, G 292 
Gensebat, G 336 
Genseo, G 284, 294 
Gensimas, G 349 
Gensit, G 285 
Gensor, G 270, 340 
Gensores, G 283 
Gensoribus, A 111 
Gensam, G 217(bi8) 
Gensura, G 278, 339 



Gensoront, G 356 

Gensos, G 171, 302, 321, 329 

Gente, G 341 

Gentrom, G 280 

Genubimn, G 338 

Gepa, G 317 

Gepere, E 181 

Gephas, Int. 63 

Gepit, G 269, 355 

G^sias, G 309 

Gerastae, G 325 

Gercilns, G 281, 307 

Gereacas, G 295, 298 

Gereacus, G 353 

Gerealia, G 296 

Gerebro, D 365 

Gerebnim, G 279 

Gerefolimn, G 311, 358 

Gerei, F 419 

Geremoniae, G 299 

Geremonias, G 297 

Gererem, G 305 

GereriB, G 296 

Gemit, G 286 

Gernoa, G 357 

Gemuus, G 322 

Geroferarins, A 173 

Gerox, G 306 

Gert, G 319 

Gerta, F 77, 291 ; P 725 

Gertamen, A 373; G 501; U 

135 
Gertamina, O 222 
Gertat, G 288 
Gertati, G 723 
Gertatim, G 348 
Gertatur, P 853 
Gerte, E 471 
Gerto, 319 ; F 291 
Gertum, G962;K8 
Geruari, L 220 
Geracae, G 324 
Geruci, G 346 
Geraical, G 310 
Geruis, N 66 
Gerala, G 303 
GeruleuB, G 347 
G§raleus, G 233 
CeniH, G 342 
Gernlus, G 333 
Gerus, G 282, 301 
Gesa, E 8 
GeseoB, G 323 
Gespes, G 103 
Gespex, G 287 
GeBpites, G 351 
GeBsa, D 192 
Gessat, F 98 
Geasatio, Q 64 
GessationeB, F 121 
Gessauit, D 87 



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137 



Cessere, C 277 
Cessit, C 352 
Gessores, L 26 
Gesuram, G 290 
Gesus, F 413 
Getesior, G 354 
Gethelis, G 328 
Cetra, 274, 291 
Getretron, G 304 
Getnla, G 359 
Geu, C 276 
Geuairistias, P 23 
Ghacinnant, G 36 
Ghalibem, G 369 
Gham, Int. 58 
Ghaos, G 367 
Ghartamo, G 371 
Gharybdis, G 370 
Ghaumos, G 368 
Ghans, G 361 
GheUs, G 378 
Gheroche, G 373 
Gherubin, Int. 54 ; G 366 
Ghiatos, G 363 
Ghiliarchus, G 377 
GhimedQ, G 372 
Ghordae, O 129 
Ghorea, G 365 
Ghorela, G 374 
Chorus, G 362, 364, 375 
Ghrismalis, M 380 
GhristaUus, G 376 
Ghristus, Int. 214 
Ghroma, G 360, 874 
Ghronus, Int. 73 
Gibaria, G 429 
Gibatum, G 426 
Gibi, Int. 247; D 17 
Gibo, G 429 
Gibos, E 420 
Gibri, B 73 
Gibricum, B 73 
Gibum, B 161(bi8) 
Ciburium, G 403 
Gibus, D 16; S 99 
Gicad, G 404 
Cicatrices, G 413 
Gicer, G 406 
Ciceris, F 343 
Ciclops, G 414 
Cicnus, 152 
Ciconia, G 405 
Cicuanus, G 438 
Cicur, G 401 
Gicurare, G 402 
Cicuta, C 391, 397 
Ciebo, C 384, 394, 395 
Ciemus, G 399 
Cient, G 393 
Cieps, G 444 
Ciere, C 410 



Giet, C 392 
Gilex, G 432 
Gilindrus, G 422 
GUo, G 407 
Gimiterium, G 433 
Gingant, S 494 
Gingitur, G 979 
Gingula, B 124 
Cinguli, B 169 
Gingulum, P65; U 224 
Ginnamomum, G 437 
Ginoglosa, G 411 
Ginsores, G 389 
Ginthia, G 383 
Ginthium, M 230 
Circa, A 388; G 92, 381; P 

496,880; S 303; T 225 
Gircinatio, G 436 
Circinni, G 434 
Gircinno, G 416 
Circio, A 113 
Girciter, C 381, 390 
Gircius, G 419 
Gircuibunt, G 396 
Circuit, C 387, 623; L 323; 

P251 
Circuitis, A 555 
Circuito, L 290 
Circuitu, H 23 ; P 249 ; S 320 
Circuitum, L 159, 322; B 84 
Circuitus, A 555, 594 
Circulator, G 425 
Circttli, A 554 
Girculorum, T 204 
Girculosus, A 523 
Girculum, C 425 
Circnlus, G 388; E 169; 

G 105; I 34 
Gircum, G 385; 60 
Circumcelliones, G 396 
Circumdabit, U 31 
Gircumdare, G 788; 80 
Gircumdat, O 125 
Gircumdata, P 750 
Circumdatum, H 26, 157; 

13 
Circumdatus, M 317; 52, 

57; S211;T219 
Circumfexus, Int. 259 
Gircumfusus, O 89 
Gircumiit, A 549 
Gircumlocutio, P 299 
Circumscribere, C 412 
Circumscripta, G 423 
Gircumspectacum, A 516 
Gircum spicio, L 281 
Circumuenire, G 412 
Circumuentus, 1 162 
Circus, G 421 
Circusio, P 365 
Gircutus, C 417; P 197 



Girris, G 409 

Cirsnm, G 398 

Cis, G 428 

Ciscu]ns, G 408 

Cista, C 400 

Cistula, G 379 

Citate, C 427 

Citatem, C 420 

Oiterius, C 415 

Githara, C 328, 378 ; F 180 

Githarae, F 184, 197; P 473 

Citharedus, F 198 

Citius, O 114 

Cito, D 113, 314; M 80; P 

816 
Citonium, G 439 
Gitra,C380 
Citro, C 418 
Citropodes, C 382 
Citroque, U 229 
Cittes, C 386 
Citus, G 431 
Giuem, G 424 
Giues, P477;Q54 
Cinibus, O 189 
Ciuile, B79;I371 
GiuiUa, P 801 
Giuis, A254; M 319, 321 
Ciuita, C 430 
Giuitas, M 328; U 288 
Giuitat, C 424 
Giuitatem, G 396 
Giuitatis, A 457; G 139; S 

273 
Clabatum, C 489; L 129 
Clacindex, G 463 
Cladibus, G 453 
Gladica, C 467 
Clam, C 448, 462 
Clamamus, C 399 
Glamantes, B 64, 172 
Clamare, B 153 
Clamat, Q31; T 68 
Clammum, G 478 
Glamo, I 459 
Glamor, C877; F7 
Glanculat, C 446 
Glanculam, G 447, 448 
Glandire, G 476 
Clangor, C 456 
Clarissimnm, C 478 
Claritas, E 336 
Claro, N 137, 171 
Clarum, P 266 
Clarus, I 175, 239 
Glasibus, C 457 
Glasica, C 493, 497 
Clasis, G 482 
Clasma, C 460 
Classem, C 796 
Classic, C 473 



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Classica, G 468, 472 
Glatrum, G 488 
Glaaa, G 460, 486 
Claadens, O 26 
Glaudentes, O 211 
Glaadicare, G 476, 483 
Glaudire, G 483 
Claudit, O 71 
Glaudus, C 157 
Glauia, G 449 
Glanicolarius, G 498 
Glaois, Int. 70; G 441 
Clanmentia, G 486 
Glausibile, G 496 
Clausis, O 214 
Clausit, O 206 
Glausula, Int. 263 
Glauam, G 485 
Clauus, C 480; L 342 
Glemaz, G 461 
Gleps, G 444 
Glepsedra, G 477 
Glericus, Int. 61 ; G 440 
Gletice, Int. 72 
Glibanos, G 459 
Clibosa, G 445, 487 
Glibosnm, G 443 
GUbam, G 458, 465 
Gliens, A 187; G 469 
GUentella, G 475 
Glientes, G 464 
Clima, G 494 
Climax, G 470 
Glimenae, F 130 
Glimmata, C 484 
Glinici, C 471 
Clinus, G 461 
CUutis, C 474, 479 
Cloaca, C 490 
Gloacas, G495;L30 
Cluamentia, G 442 
Gluat, C 454 
Cludit, O 69 
Cluis, C 481 
Cloit, G 455 
Clunis, G 491 
Clus, G 492 
Clnstella, G 466 
ClusuB, T 236 
Coaceruantes, G 529 
Goacti, 572 
Coacto, A 183 
Goagolescit, G 671 
Coagolum, C 776 
Goalescit, C 502 
Coalescunt, C 737 
Goaluissent, G 691 
Coangiistare, E 181 
Goaptauit, A 181 
Coarcuatio, G 685 
Goarta, G 732 



Coartata, C 730 
Goatunat, G 626 
Goaucta, G 571 
Gocoom, G 520, 865 
Gooilas, G 866 
Goolea, G 623 
Gooleae, G 630 
Cooleas, G 660 
Cocta, G 463 
Gooula, C 108; M 65 
Cocnmum, F 122 
Codex, Int. 68 ; L 9 
Codices, B 122 ; G 545 
Codicis, A 630 
Coditiana, E 70 
Coebriosa, C 705 
Coepit, I 430 
Coercit, C 556 
Coetanis, D 58 
Goetanium, C 728 
Coeaorom, C 362 
Goeamn, G 728 
Coffinom, C 582 
Coffinas, G 635 
Gogebant, A 185 
Cogit, N 23 
Cogitabant, C 738 
Gogitantes, S 606 
Gogitariam, C 797 
Cogitat, S 61 
Cogitatio, E 308 
Cogitatione, U 266 
Gogitationes, C 936 
Cogitatmn, G 332 
Cogitaoit, G 566 ; D 45 
Cogiter, M 12 
Cognata, C505;I273 
Gognatos, G 164 
Cognatus, A 379 
Gognitio, G 114 
Cognitor, G 675, 827 
Cognitnm, G 313 
Cognosce, A 112 
Cognonerat, A 927 
Coheres, G 731 
Coinqnenentur, A 712 
Coit, C 692, 693 
Goitio, C 769 
Coitum, 130 
Coitaras, C 691 
Coitus, I 75 
Cola, Int. 76 
Colaphus, C 744 
Colat, U 68 
Coloorum, F 70 
Goleandrum, C 782 
Colera, C 619, 834 
Colerantes, G 834 
Goli, C 634 
Colicus, C 749 
Coliferte, Int. 69 



CoUt, A906;C43 
Collarem, M 215 
CoUeotari, C 697 
GoUeotio, G 132 
CoUeotionum, X 1 
Collectmn, C 553, 696 
CoUega, C 695 
CoUegio, A 780 
GoUegit, G 628; L 118; P 

623; S 707; U 225 
CoUegitnr, C 729 
Colligare, O 74 
Golligenint, C 625 
Colligit. C 774 
Colliguntur, C 477; M 182 
Gollocatum, S 326 
CoUocator, C 787 
CoUorate, C 713 
Golladium, G 643 
Colobium, G 514 
Colomata, G 783 
Goloni, C 631; I 244 
Colonom, C 839 
Colonus, C 513 
Colophus, T 38 
Color, A 707; C 648, 701, 

874; G 191; H 153; M 

130; P 666; R 32, 207 
Coloratum, F 188 
Colorem, C 886, 977; S 82, 

83, 378 
Colores, G61;T 140 
Coloris, A 604; H 163; L 

305 
Colos, C 701 
Colostrum, C 658 
Coluber, C 753 
Coluisse, C 819 
Colum, Int 286 
Columba, Int. 184 ; P 103 
Columbae, Int. 48, 171 
Columen, C 807 
Columnas, C 642 
Columnis, F 304 
Coins, G 752 
Colyre, P 69 
Comat, C 641 
Comebat, C 790 
Comedebant, E 306 
Comedia, C 803 
Comedo, C 547 
Comentarium, C 847 
Comentat, C 760 
Comesationes, T 150 
Comestus, E 534 
Gomicnm, C 759 
Comicus, C 803 
Gomis, C 721, 757, 768 
Comitatio, C 802 
Comitanere, C 812 
Comiter, C 624 



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139 



Comitiare, C 627 
Comitas, T 243 
Comma, Int. 77; C 817 
Commanipulares, C 856 
Oommanipolarias, C 695 
Commasticat, M 77 
Commata, Int. 78 
Commatice, C 818 
Commatioam, C 622 
Oommeatos, C 534 
Gommedens, E 34 
Oommemorabo, G 636 
Commendabat, C 824 
Oommendat, A 541 
Commendatnm, D 100 
Commenta, 638, 734 
Commentari, 639 
CommentariensiSy C 637 
Commentator, C 825 
Commentatns, C 567 
Comment!, C 639 
Commentioias, C 682 
Commentis, C 667 
Commentum, C 760, 779; 

S416 
Commerciam, C 564 
Commesatio, C 687 
Commessatnr, C 689 
Commestum, C 426 
Comminisoi, C 559 
Comminiscitur, C 760 
Comminus, C 663, 864 
Commisoe, C 600 
Commisionibus, C 722 
Commissum, I 273 
Commisura, C 507, 745 
Commiteris, C 650 
Commitia, C 647 
Committere, C 724 
Committitor, P 426 
Commixta, C 548 
Commixtiones, P 642 
Commixtum, M 229 
Oommoda, C 698 
Commodat, C 510 
Commodius, C 500 
Commodos, C 852 
Commolita, C 739 
Commolitio, C 776 
Commonicarium, C 833 
Commonicat, P 90 
Commota, C 732 
Commotus, C 815 
Oommonenda, M 305 
Commoaent, C 393 
Commouere, Q 5 
Commulsa, C 836 
Commmie, A 711 
Communicat, A 150 
Communionem, E 563 
Communis, P 698 



Communitorium, C 741 
Commus, S 315 
Comolus, C 850 
Compos, C 755, 838; U 267 
Compotem, 711 
Comsumtam, E 520 
Comtus, C 794 
Con, S 727(bi8) 
Conabulum, C 508 
Conaculas, A 61 
Conseaus, A 307, 345 
Conando, E 215 
Conantes, A 620; C 669 
Conatur, A 584; N 126 
Conatas, C 733; N 104 
Conbibola, 706 
Conbnrant, B 201 
Conburet, 847 
Conbasta, A 539; U 295 
Conbustum, B 224 
Conoa, C 770, 863 
Concameratio, C 685 
Concauas, C 495 
Concedam, C 592 
Concedit, C 764 
Concentmn, C 754 
Concentus, C 562 
Conoeptum, B 106 
Conceptus, T 224 
Concesserim, C 601 ; p. 118, 

note 2 
Concessit, C 344, 820 
Concha, C 799 
Conciderunt, C 589 
Concidit, C 586, 702 
Conciliabulum, C 804 
Conciliantes, L 108 
Conciliat, L 153 
Conciliatores, L 103 
Concinna, C 668 
Concinnat, C 646 
Concinnis, C 645 
Concis, C 768 
Concisium, C 777 
Concita, P 214 
Concitare, U 265 
Concitat, M 235 
Concitati, A 142 
Concitet, C 392 
Conciti, C 618 
Concitus, E 181 
Conolamat, C 761 
Conclamatns, C 815 
Conclauia, C 684 
Condassare, C 796 
Condauis, C 683 
Concludere, O 80 
Conduditar, Int. 75 
Concluslo, S 397, 713 
Condusum, D 47 
Conclusus, C 683 



Conoordi, B 96 
Concors, C 851 
Concrederis, C 650 
Concrepare, p. 1 
Concrescit, C 502 ; 1 102 
Concreta, C 548 
Concretum, C 862 
Concnbinam, P 372 
Conculcat, C 762 
Concunctatus, C 511 
Concupiscens, A 196 
Concursus, C 816 
Concussionibos, C 828 
Concutere, C 688 
Concutiens, C 899 
Concatio, C 395 
Concutit, C 923 
Concutitur, Q 24 
Condebitores, C 826 
Condemnatio, M 311 
Condemnatus, M 366 
Condemnauit, M 367 
Condensi, C 550 
Conderetur, C 780 
Condiariom, C 793 
Condicio, C 612 
Condicione, C 611 
Condicionem, S 433 
Condiciones, P 44 
Condicionis, S 221 
Condidit, C 640; F 268 
Condita, C 644 
Conditnm, U 155 
Conditur, C 787 ; S 101 
Conditus, C 792 
Condubitatus, C 511 
Condacuit, C 664 
Condontur, A 734 
Conectit, C 861 
Con§uus, A 307, 345 
Conexere, C 788 
Confecit, C 633 
Confectus, C 649, 786 
Conferata, C 593 
Conferre, C 579 
Confertas, C 614 
Confertissimum, C 789 
Confertur, C 729 
Confesionem, E 505 
Confessio, E 1, 463 ; p. 45, 

note 2 
Confessus, F 64, 68 
Confici, C 674 
Confidendoram, P 30 
Conficina, C 771 
Conficitur, N 37, 49 
Conficiuntor, S 623 
Confictium, 727 
Confirmare, S 12 
Confirmatione, F 182 
Confirmator, A 234 



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LATIN INDEX. CONF — CONS 



Gonfinuauit, S 411 
Confliotationibus, G 722 
Gonflictum, G 501 
Gonfliotus, A 725, 812; D 

262 
Gonfligere, G 724 
Gonfligit, G 725 
Gonflixerunt, G 723 
Gonforaneus, G 806 
GonfossuB, G 785 
Gonfoti, G 829 
Gonfracta, P 349 
Gonfregit, D 225 
Gonfugione, D 60 
Gonfulsus, G 503 
Gonfundatur, U 129 
Gonfande, G 600 
Gonfundit, G 778 
Gonfosio, Int. 53; £ 14; G 

361 
Confasione, G 599 
Gonfusas, G 528 
Gonfatandum, A 278 
Gonfutat, G 858 
Gonfutatns, G 551 
Gongeminare, G 772 
Gongeries, A 372; G 546; 

B215; S492 
Congessit, G 628 
Gongestom, G 553, 696 
Gonglobat, G 626 
Gonglntinat, G 671 
Gonglutinata, G 655 
Gongregantes, G 529 
Gongregata, G 814 
Gongregatio, Int. 288 ; G 338, 

546; F155; S 253 
Gongregatis, G 606; T 307 
Gongregatur, G 495 
Gongregauit, G 541, 767 
Gongrego, L 146 
Gonhibenda, G 706 
GonibuU, G 805 
Gonicem, G 629 
Goniciebant, G 738 
Gonicio, G 506 
Gonicis, G 765 
Gonicit, G 661 
Gonicita, G 499 
Goniciant, G 574 
Goniecerentur, G 690 
Goniecit, G 504 
Goniecta, G 571 
Goniectura, G 536, 537, 716; 

1154 
Goniecturam, A 823 
Gonieotus, G 659, 694 
Gonierat, G 791 
Gonisma, G 512 
Goniuentibus, G 709 
Goniuentio, C 519; P 25 



Goniagis, S 288 
Goniancta, G 505, 668, 730 
Goniuncti, G 805 
Gonionctio, G 685, 700; G 

102 
Gonianctom, S 21, 24 
Goniuncturae, G 678 
Gonianctus, G 731, 821 
Goniuncxerunt, G 813 
Goniuncxit, G 679 
Goniungit,I125; P 57 
Goniiingitur, G 539 
Gonianxerat, I 519 ; L 119 
Gonianxeront, G 617 
Gonianxit, A 221 ; G 538 
Goninrat, G 791 
Goniorati, A 331; G 594 
Goniaratio, F 50 
Goninrgiom, G 727 
Gonixi, G 669 
Gonlatio, Int. 287 
Gonlatione, G 613 
Gonlationes, S 731 
Gonlatis, G 544 
Gonlato, G 533 
Gonlatam, G 696, 849 
Gonlegium, P 164 
Gonlibum, G 798 
Gonlidit, G 602 
Gonligauit, A 790 
Gonlingunt, G 708 
Gonlinnaunt, G 718 
Gonlisio, G 832 
Gonlisit, G 763 
Gonlocatus, M 70 
Gonlocopletatus, G 555 
Gonlubio, G 726 
Gonluctatar, G 725 
Gonladiom, G 558 
Gonmentabor, G 636 
Gonmentus, C 566 
Gonmilitones, G 856 
Gonmulcat, G 762 
Gonmulcauit, G 763 
Gono, S 690 
Gonopeum, G 531 
Gonor, E 197 
GonpactiB, G 577 
Gonpactus, A 817 
Gonpagem, G 686 
Gonpaginasti, G 681 
Gonpaginauit, G 679 
Gonpagines, G 678 
Gonpagum, G 677 
Gonpar, G 603 
Gonparantem, G 590 
Gonparat, L 141 
Gonparatione, G 613 
Gonparauit, A 42, 75, 700 
Gonpediatim, G 620 
Gonpedium, G 781 



Gonpegisti, G 681 
Gonpellat, G 657 
Gonpendio, G 795 
Gonpensatur, U 153 
Goupentia, G 604 
Gonperendinat, G 521 
Gonperire, P 783 
Goupertus, G 615 
Gonpesoere, 1 441 
Gonpesoit, F 334, 341 
Gonpetentes, G 676 
Gonpetis, G 595 
Gonpetitur, G 800 
Gonpetorem, G 784 
Gonpetom, G 748 
Gonpilat, G 632, 859 
Gonplectitur, G 554 
Gonplementum, S 91 
Gonplet, G 719 
Gonpletitur, G 549 
Gonpleuit, 264 
Gonplex, G 523 
Gonplexum, D 47 
Gonplexus, U 162 
Gonpliciis, G 707 
Gonplodere, G 688 
Gonplosi, G 742 
Gonpluta, G 743 
Gonponebat, G 790 
Gonponere, P 842 
Gonponit, G 646; E 386 
Gonportatam, G 849 
Gonpos, G 665 
Gonposita, G644; S 719 
Gonpositas, G 835 
Gonpositio, P 509; S 469; 

U169 
Gonposito, M 125 
Gonpositor, P 469 
Gonpositum, M 174 
GonposituB, G 721; H 64 
Gonpotrix, G 705 
Gonpraehendit, G 801; E 

470 
Gonprehensio, G 146 
Gonprimat, G 811 
Gonprobamus, G 509 
Gonpugit, M 236 
Gonpunxerunt, G 542 
Gonputatio, E 522 
Gonputator, G 24 
Gonquilium, G 530 
Gonquirentem, G 596 
Gonrasis, G 606 
Gonscidere, G 712 
Gonscii, S 377 
Gonsdis, G 707 
Gonscionator, Int. 301 
Gonsoiuerant, G 813 
Gonscios, G 695 
Gonscribit, D 165 



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141 



Conscripti, A 499; P 163 
Gonsecrat, D 229 
Consecratio, D 228 
CoDsecratur, D 276 
Gonsecratas, S 27 
Gonsecatanim, P 524 
Consensiones, E 325 
Gonsentanens, G 766 
Gonsentia, T 145 
Gonsentiendo, G 766 
Gonsentio, G 519 
Gonsentionis, G 851 
Gonsentit, A 72, 239; F 82 
Gonsequens, G 552 ; S 14 
Gonsequitur, A 701 
Gonserere, G 579 
Gonserimus, G 509 
Gouserit, G 568 
Gonsertas, G 835 
Gonserunt, G 542 
Gonsiderat, P233; S 23 
Gonsif^iat, A 639 
Gonsiliariam, A 945 
Gonsilii, G 925 
Gonsilium, Int. 242; I 430 

(bis) 
Gonsimilis, G 765 
Gonsimulat, G 504 
Gonsipet, G 704 
Gonsiti, G 550 
Gonsobrinus, G 616, 717, 857 
Gonsociata, G 593 
Gonsocierunt, G 617 
Gonsolabor, S 412 
Gonsolatiua, D 358 
Gonsolatoriam, P 108 
Gonsors, G 810 
Gonspioantur, G 587 
Gonspioor, G 607 
Gonspicuus, G 843 
Gonspirantnr, G 808 
Gonspiratio, G 773 
Gonstabat, G 837 
Gonstat, P 99 
GonsteUatio, G 517 ; G 72 
Gonsternantem, G 527 
Gonstematas, G 528 
Gonstipati, G 550 
Gonstipatio, G 576 
Gonstipatns, G 575 
GonBtipnisse, G 605 
Gonstipuit, G 662 
Gonstituti, B 25 
Gonstitutas, S 620 
Gonstringittir, G 554 
Gonstructa, G 909; F 260 
Gonstnmt, G 433 
Gonsuetis, B 183 
Gonsuetudinem, D 173 
Gonsuetudo, E 348; U 292, 

293 



Gonsneuit, I 318 
Gonsulans, Int. 212 
Gonsi!latio, D 325 
Gonsule, P 602 
Gonsulens, G 583 
Gonsolere, P 428 
Gonenles, L 151 
Gonsnlibns, P 810 
Gonsalimus, G 578 
Gonsulo, G 581 
Gonsalte, G 584 
Gonsultam, S 259 
Gonsulait, G 740 
Gonsulum, F 20; L 167; 

S 138, 478 
Gonsumant, E 449, 489 
Gonsamat, G 719 
GonsumatuB, G 720 
Gonsnmmare, D 123 
Gonsummata, G 140 
Gonsammatio, I 471 
Gonsumsit, L 207 
Gonsamta, E 407 
Gonsurgens, Int. 189 
Gonsatum, G557; S 32 
Gontaotus, G 515 
Gontagio, G 518, 726 
Gontagium, G 558 
Gontaminat, M 325, 363 
Gontamini, G 703 
Gontemnere, D 105 
Gontemnit,A41,833; F328 
Gontemnunt, B 151 
Gontemplatio, U 316 
Gontemplatina, P 196 ; T 142 
Gontemplator, T 134 
Gontemsit, D 144 
Gontemtnm, G 532 
GontemtuB, E 137; F 59; S 

447 
Gontendit, A 96 
Gontenditur, L 181 
Gontentis, G 588 
Gontentus, G 666 - 
GonteBtare, G 855 
Gontestatur, G 854 
Gontestatus, G 710 
Gontexta, I 224 
Gontextum, F 339; P 236; 

S516 
GontextoB, P 197 
Gontiamnm, G 756 
Gonticnerunt, G 830 
Gontiouit, G 97 
Goutiguus, G 821 
Gontinens, G 162; Z 2 
Gontinentes, A 149; E 199 
Gontinet, G 549; S 341 
Gontingit, N 133 
Gontinua, I 517 
Gontinuare, G 772 



Gontmuat,G 539; N 32 
Gontinuatio, Int. 87 
Gontinuatur, G 761 
GontinnatnB, G 710 
Gontinuauit, G 538 
Gontio, G 841, 846 
Gontionarias, G 848 
Gontionatur, G 854 
Gontis, G 609 
Contos, G610; F 359 
Gontra, G 563 (bis), 569 (bis), 

570 (bis); I 176; O 60, 

104 ; S 109, 717 ; T 13 
Gontracta, G 814 ; F 217 
Gontraotom, F 215 
Gontradicens, I 144 
Gontradixit, O 66 
Gontrapositi, A 647 
Gontraria, A 561 
Gontrarium, L 113; 77 
Gontrarius, E 163 
Gontrauersiae, E 258 
Gontraxit, G 541 
GoutriboliuB, G 516 
Gontropazio, G 524 
Gontrouersia, G 588 
Gontrouersio, G 524 
Gontabemalis, G 535 
Gontabemi, D 176, 338 
Gontomacia, G 565; P 295 
Gontmnaciter, P 262 
Gontumax, G 597 
Gontasio, G 823 
Gonnaluit, G 809 
Gonubium, G 700 
Gonubrium, G 699 
Gonuellere, G 598 
Gonaellimur, G 853 
Gonuena, G 750 
GonnenienteB, G 831 
Gonuenio, G 608 
Gonuenit, G693; D 236 
Gonaeniunt, A 330; B 117; 

231; G664 
Gonuentio, G 576, 773 
Gonuentum, P 39 
GonuentuB, G 271; S 729 
Gonuersantis, Int. 226 
Gonnersationem, G 69; T 

256 
Gonuexa, G 526 
Gonuexa, G 525 
Gouuicia, G 187 
Gonaicio, G 42 
Gonoiota, G 585 
Gonuictus, G 551 
Gonoincendam, A 278 
Gonuincens, G 543 
Gonuinoit, B 138 
Gon...uiu..., Q 38 
Gonuiuio, G 687 



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LATIN INDEX. CON — CUB 



Conmuinm, A 420; M 190 
Couum, C 822 
Conuocarentnr, C 690 
Conuocat, C 661, 774 
Conaocatio, C 841 
Connoluit, G 127 
Cophinum, F 205 
Copiosins, F 223 
Copiosus, F 147 
Copnlat, A 663 
Gopulatio, S 715 
Goquentnr, T 357 
Coqoina, C 930 
Cor, C 805 (oor oordes, for 

conoordes), 851; P 577 
Corax, C 735 
Corban, C 621 
Corbem, 582 
Corben, C 573 
Corbes, C 400 
Corbi, M 182; O 83 
CorbiB, F 207 
Corbum, P 49 
Corbus, C 580 
Corcuoulns, Int. 223 
Oordae, F 184 
Cordati, U 194 
Corde, Int. 223; £ 291, 

432; U 195 
Cordes, C 805 (oor oordes, 

for conoordes) 
Core, C 654 
Coria, G 736; T 60 
Corie, P 495 
Corimbos, C 560, 656 
Corimbns, C 661 
Corium, B234;M7; N 66; 

S 154, 419 
Cornacula, C 652 
Comicem, C 751 
Cornices, C 673 
Comicines, L 209 
Comicinis, A 350 
Cornix, C 653 
Comu, C 751, 860 
Comutae, C 203, 325 
Corona, C 672 ; F 192 ; S 

517 
Coronam, C 171 
Coronat, P 153 
Coronatus, Int. 294 ; P 105 ; 

B52 
Coronis, S 224 
Corpora, A 865; B 201; C 

978 ; U 16, 88 
Corpore, B 114; C 413, 905; 

E 251, 252; P 471 
Corporis, A 821; G 54; 

L 189; M 106; P 854; 

Q38; B32; S 196 
Corporam, S 490 



Corpulentas, C 715 
Corpus, L29; P 243 
Correptionis, E 359 
Correptos, C 842 
Corrigit, C 556 
Corripuit, C 801 
Corroganit, C 767 
Comiptas, E 513 
Cors, C 670 
Cortice, L 204 
Corticem, C 982 
Cortix, C 113 
Corui, C 877; M 190 
Corylus, C 651 
Cosam, C 680 
Cospis, C 640 
Costa, C 845 
CotiUa, A 158 
Cotizat, C 522 
Cotamix, O 174 
Cotumo, C 840 
Cotomnm, C 714 
Cotumus, C 844 
Cox, C 746 
Coxa, C 157, 747 
Coxae, C 491 
Crabro, C 902 
Cragacus, C 921 
Cragenter, C 880 
Cragentes, C 916 
Crama, C 911 
Crapula, A 680; C 914 
Cras, P 265, 544 
Crasmauit, O 283 
Crassitude, Int. 316 
Cratem, C 891 
Crater, C 919 
Crateras, C 915 
Crates, C 920 
Cratorias, P 198 
Cratorosas, P 200 
Creagras, C 878 
Crealia, C 913 
Creatrix^ C 869 
Creatura, G75; P 461 
Creaturae, G 77 
Creatus, C 906; E 217 
Crebrat, C 872 
Crebro, C 910 
Crebruit, C 892, 893 
Crebrum, C 873 
Cremare, T 190 
Crematum, C 798 
Crematur, H 138 
Crementum, A 926 
Cremine, C 523 
Crepacula, C 879 
Crepere, C 905 
Creperus, C 904 
Crepidinem, Int. 71; P 247 
Crepido, C 898 



Crepidus, C 909 
Cieporem, C 908 
Crepundia, C 887 
Crepundium, C 889 
Crepusculum, C 907 
Crescere, A 222; I 58, 321; 

P 522 ; T 338 
Crescit, Int. 333; C 964; G 

123; P 548, 879; S 39 
Crescunt, S 93 
Cretensis, D 306 
Cretus, C 906 
Creuit, C 871 ; P 174 
Crimen, 1273; P 814 
Criminare, P 401 
Criminat, P 760 
Criminator, Int. 81 
Criminosis, P 771 
Crine, C 917 
Crines, C 435 
Crineto, C 884 
Crinibus, C 409 
Crinitior, C 917 
Crionason, C 890 
Cripta, C 881, 882 
Crisolitus, C 886 
Crispans, Int. 235; C 899 
Cristatus, C 918 
Cristonografon, C 888 
Croccitus, C 877 
Crocei, L 305 
Croceo, C 900 
Croma, C 875 
Cronica, C 868 
Cronicon, C 885 
Cronicorum, C 867 
Cronicula, C 912 
Cronograffum, C 883 
Cronografias, C 896 
Crud, F 373 
Crucus, C 876 
CrudeUs, A 877 ; S 241 
Crudelitas, A 164 
Crudesceret, 1 195 
Crudiscente, C 870 
Crudum, S 154, 419 
Cruenta, C 894 
Cruentus, C 895 
Cruor, T 12 
Crurum, P 330, 705 
Crus, C 901 
Crustu, C 897 
Crustula, C 903 
Crux, P 37 
Cuba, C 945 
Cubando, C 958 
Cubicula, C 684 
Cubiculum, C 683(bi8) 
CubUe, C 958 
CubiUa, L 314 
Cubitalis, p. 99, note 2 



LATIN INDEX. CUC — DEC 



143 



GaonlkB, P 246 
Gnoulos, G 948 
Gucnma, G 963 
Gucumerarium, G 964 
Guoumeris, G 964 
Gncumis, G 941 
Gncuzata, G 951 
Gudit, G 924 
Gui, B 161 
Guiufl, Int. 178; G 982; N 

125; P620; 8 95,148 
GniasUbet, P 435 
GuiofOibus, S 80 
Golcites, G 938 
Gulina, G 930 
Gulinia, G 953 
Culix, C 947 

GnUenm, G 926, 956; I 224 
Gulmen, G 807, 939, 960 
Gulmi, M 167 
Gulmis, G 939 
Gulmus, G 942 
Gulpa, N136; P 426 
Gulp&re, S 652 
Gulpauerit, E 410 
Gulta, H 7 
Gulter, G 969 
Gultor, A 171; 1 138; 8 261, 

622 
Gultores, A 468 
Gultri, 8 354 
Gultorae, N 3 
CultuB, P 33 
Gum (for quum), B 34, 221; 

E563;I303;N89;P712; 

B228 
Gum, C 20, 42, 333, 365, 751 ; 

E 434, 493; F 180; G 2; 

1273; L 179, 279; M 334; 

O 16; P 392, 412; R 4, 

230; 8 56, 503 ;T 176, 327, 

356 
Gumba, G 949, 973 
Gmmna, G 452 
Gmnmi, G 946 
Gmnalns, A 147, 372; G 934 
Gunae, G 966 
Gunotabundns, G 933 
Ganctantibus, G 961 
Gmiens, G 970 
Gnniculos, G 927 
Gmiioulmn, G 922 
Gnpa, G 944 
Gnpia, G 950 
Gapiae, G 935 
Gopidi, 8 538 
Gupiditas,I453; 8 106 
GupiditatiB, A 466 
Gupido, U 277 
GopidoB, B62; P 41, 158 
Gnpiose, D 9 



Gupit, A 286, 550, 933 ; G 65 
Guppa, G 971 
Gupressas, G 928 
Gura, G 937; E 434; M 193; 

P423; 8 74,197 
Gurabula, G 968 
Gurae, G 952, 954 
Gurat, M 147 
Gurba, I) 292 
Gurbamentom, B 210 
Curbat, U 256 
Gurbata, G 526 
Gnrbis, I 86 
Gnrbunt, U 255 
Curbutmn, F 276 
Garoulio, G 943 
Giir§, C 936 
Garendmn, G 932 
Guria, G 925 ; I 223 
Curiae, A 774 ; P 164 
Gurimbata, G 959 
Gnriositas, G 929 
Gnriosas, G 675, 827, 931 
Gurribus, F29; 8 680 
Gurricolmii, G 962 
Curro, G 932 
Curronmi, T 111 
Gurru, B 115 ; C 932 
Garrumn, P 260 
Gursim, G 427 
Gurso, T 272 
Garsnm, G 962 
Gurtina, A912; G 967 
Cartas, M 304 
Caraoes, G 955 
Curai, U 253 
Curules, C 932(bi8) 
Case, C 957 
Gaspis, C 940, 965 
Gustodes, Int. 305 
Gastodia, G 621; L 92 
Gustoditur, T 335 
Castos, U 198 
Castas, E 27 
Catit, C 923 
Cyatus, C 972 
Cycladis, G 979 
Cymba, G 981 
Cymiteriam, C 978 
Gynnomomum, G 982 
Cynomia, G 980 
Cynominna, C 976 
Gyprassas, C 977 
Cyprinas, G 974 
Gyrograffom, C 975 

Dactalis, p. 82, note 2 
Daotalas, D 7 
Daotum, N 116 
Dactylo, 8 350 
Dagon, D 4 



Dalila, Int. 86; D 2 

Dalmatica, D 10 

Damascalom, D 3 

Damde, D 16 

Damma, D 12, 13 

Damnat, M 363 

Damnati, E 276 

Damnatas, B 74; U 228 

Damnis, I 6 

Damno, 1 182 

Damnam, D 234 

Damas, D 11 

Dan, Int. 84 

Danai, D 8 

Dande, D 5 

Danihil, Int 80 

Dant, D 376 

Dantes, O 83 

Dapes, D 17 

Dapis, D 16 

Dapsele, D 9 

Dapsilis, D 1 

Dasia, Int. 93 

Dasile, Int. 89 

Dat, B 45 ; D 14 ; E 257, 563 ; 
F 329; 1344; L 316; M 
181; B 39; 8 428 

Data, D 35; L 66 

Date, D5 

Daticias, D 15 

Datis,^ G 544 

Datiaas, Int. 91 

Datam, G849; P 785 

Datar, F240; U 40 

Dataras, D 151; L 8 

Daaid, Int. 79; D 6 

De, A 24, 96, 254, 442 (bis), 
500,527,845,858; C304, 
932 ; D 37, 50(bis), 54, 58 
{bis), 59 (bis), 60,78,292; 
E 136, 409, 446; F 34, 
155,245, 338; H 67, 140, 
148; I 451, 494; L 181; 
M 65 (bis); O 102, 131; 
P 54, 121, 195, 196, 198, 
200, 237, 242, 580; Q 80; 
B 27, 83, 257 ; 8 35, 347, 
390, 681 ; T 207, 270, 357 

Dea, L 29, 70; M 203; N 
109; U 96 

Deadema, D 98 

Deae, M 10 

Deambularetar, 8 444 

Deambalat, 8 443 

Deamentro, D 119 

Debita, D 69 

Debitis, 8 75, 353 

Debitor, B 92 

Debitam, A 338; F 133 

Deborra, Int. 85 

Decedit, D 67 



144 



LATIN INDEX. DEC— DEM 



Decennonenalem, E 201 
Decens, D 167 
Deoepit, F 127 
Deoeptio, P 697 
Deceptor, F 47, 337 
Decemeo, C 294 
Decemi, D 82 
Deoemimns, C 349 
Deoemit, C 285 ; D 195 
Decerpsit, G 48 
Decet, A 55 
Deoidens, D 66 
Decidit, P 350 
Decidnum, D 113 
Deeiperat, P 206 
Decipere, G 412 
Decipula, D 33 
Decit, D 106 
Declamanda, D 18 
Deolamat, C 854 
Dedibium, D 140 
DeclibiuB, D 127 
DedinaDS, Int. 187, 242 
Declinat, U 115 
Decoetanis, D 58 
Deoolatnr, P 442 
Deoolatus, T 281 
DecoUatmn, D 185 
Decor, N 12 
Decorat, I 434 
Decoriauit, D 129 
Decorticant, T 357 
Decrepita, D 46 
Decrescit, E 8 
Decreta, D 187 
Decretum, D 146, 209 ; Q 79 
Decurat, Int. 92 
Decurio, D 170 
DeouB, C 278 
DecuBsit, D 28 
Dedala, D 121 
Dedascnlum, D 53 
Dedecet, D 106 
DedecuB, D 91 ; L 319 
Dedlcatio, Int. 99 
Dedicationes, E 213 
Dedichotomatibus, D 58 
Dediscere, D 120 
Dedit, I 30; N 180; S 661 
Dedita, D 35 
Dediti, N 3 
Dediticins, D 15(bi8) 
Deditio, D 70 
Dedragmae, D 149 
Deducere, D 125 
Deducit, C 217 ; D 190 
Deduunt, D 117 
Deest, Int. 74 
Defamare, T 269 
Defatiget, D 52 
Defecata, E 445 



Defecatam, D 79 

Defecit, C 662 ; E 547 ; H 

50; S596; T6 
Defecta, S 290 
Defectio, D 95 ; E 14 ; M 136 
Defectis, E 404 
Defectum, D 137 
Defectnra, D 65 
Defenders, T 341 
Defendit, P733; U 232 
Defenditur, D 207; U 230 
Defensaculum, L 74 
Defensor, S 467 
Defentio, A 679 
Deferberat, D 175 
DeferenteB, D 142 
Deferre, S 566 
Defert, D 27, 92, 110, 122 
Defertur, D 104 
Defferuntur, D 74 
Deffitentur, D 42 
Deficilior, F 362 
Deficitur, D 309 
Definit, D 206 
Defisus, D 197 
Defitiget, D 51 
Defixos, A 276 
Deflat, D 128 
Deflectitur, U 19 
Deflexio, D 172 
Defluens, A 682 
Defluit, E 438 
Defluxit, D 161 
Deforat, D 267 
Deforatio, B 18 
Deforis, C 73 
Deformat, D 130 
Deformitas, M 269 
Defortia, D 172 
Defotabat, D 84 
Defragore, D 166 
Defraudat, D 103 
Defrutmn, D 19 
Defungitur, D 131 
Defunxit, D 112 
Defnsa, F 236 
Defosioris, D 158 
Degener, D 93 
Degenerauerat, D 179 
Degeneret, D 202 
Degerit, E 92 
Degesta, D 94 
Degestio, E 93 
Degesto, D 114, 186 
Degetit, D 165 
Degit, D 159 
Degladiandi, D 44 
Degladiati, D 63 
Deglobere, D 83 
Degluit, D 129 
Degrauidem, D 200 



Degnstare, L 162 

Degustat, A 456 

Dehescit, D 194 

Dehiscat, D 75 

Dehiscens, D 157 

Dehiscit, D 76 

Dehonestare, T 269 

Dei, Int. 30, 37, 61, 79, 80, 
103, 107, 112, 116, 131, 
138, 163, 166, 179, 264, 
266, 269,330; Gl,82; D 
383; E 122, 137; I 42; 
P 121, 198, 200, 240; S 
347; T 137, 209 

Deiecit, D 217 

Deiectum, D 185 

Delectus, A 583 

Deifica, N 200 

Deinceps, I 52 

Deinde,P256; Q 69; T 357 

Deiudicans, Int. 180 

Deiurare, D 96 

Deiurat, D 34 

Delabitur, D 134 

Delator, G 675 ; U 259 

Delatur, D 104 

Delstus, D 101 

Deiectum, D 126 

Delegerunt, D 198 

Delenda, A 14 

Delens, 82 

Delerat, D 382 

Deleient, 42 

Deleres, C 634 

Deleri, A 90; 154 

Deleta, A 26; C 423 

Deletus, O 27 

DeUbatis, D 204 

Deliberat, G285; S 61 

Deliberatio, D 62 

Delibra, D 191 

Delibrat, D 45 

Delibuit, D 39 

Delibutus, D 38, 264 

Delicata, B 110 

Delicatis, D 64 

Delioatus, D 22 

DelicUs, D 171 

DeHcius, D 171 

Delimatum, D 47 

Deliquium, D 95 

Delitere, D 138 

Delitescere, D 196 

DeUtuit, D 182 

Delubra, D 201 

Delumentum, D 56 

Demedia, E 183 

Demendo, D 102 

Demensus, D 160 

Dementes, D 147 

Demere, D 88 



LATIN INDEX. DEM — DIA 



145 



Demit, D 193 
Demolitar, D 316 
Demone, U 101 
D^moDia, Int. 56 
Demoniaons, 212 
Demonibus, I 301 
Demoniosum, A 795 
DemonioBus, B 67 
Demonstrantibus, P 831 
Demonstrare, 287 
Demonstratnr, P 494 
Demserit, D 269 
Demum, D 61 
Deniqne, D 285, 323 
Densa, C 192 
Densat, F 75, 369 
Densitas, T 56 
Densnm, D 43 
Dentalia, D 80 
Dentes, B 107 ; D 102 ; E 45 ; 

M240; P481 
Dentibas, E 46; F 332 
Denmnerare, D 284 
Dennntiauit, D 188 
Deo, Int. 25, 183; D 245 
Deoctana, P 837 
Deodoraneos, E 325 
Deorsum, P 854 
Deorurn, C 672; N 75; S 

622; U 150 
Depeculatns, D 99 
Dependeat, D 162 
Dependere, D 150, 152 
Depensoms, D 151 
Deperdens, M 129 
Depicta, F 425 
Deplere, D 125 
Deplorat, D 141 
Deponile, D 57 
Deportantes, D 142 
Deportatus, D 23 
Deportanit, D 112 
DeposGit, D 141 
Depositmn, D 100 
Depraecatio, D 108 
Depraedatus, D 99 
Depraehendo, D 109 
Depraesi, E 301 
Deprecatio, P 709 
Depressus, D 139 
Depromat, D 133 
Depugnat, A 349 
DepuHt, A 767 
Depulso, A 690 
Depuplicatns, D 143 
Dereotum, D 40 
Deriuat, D 190 
Derogat, A 63 ; D 97 
Desoensum, D 140 
Descisoimus, D 156 
Descinit, D 68, 115 

C. G. 



Deseminat, D 154 
Desentiones, 8 321 
Desentit, D 86 
Deseptus, D 174 
Deserere, D 213 
Deeerit, F 76; P 786 
Desertinis, D 55 
Desertns, D 153 
Deseruiens, G 211 
Deeernire, M 115 
Deseruit, D 163; F 432 
Deses, D 107 
Deseuit, D 168 
Desiocata, U 312 
Desioit, D 77 
Desidans, D 89 
Desidebat, D 48 
Desiderabilis, Int. 79; D 6 
Desideraret, A 208 
Desiderat, A 266, 369; U 

274 
Desideratis, 70 
Desiderinm, L 224 
Desides, D 107 
Desidescere, D 116 
DesidioBUS, D 85 
DesidanB, D 85 
Designat, N 194 
Designatur, D 286 
DesignatuB, I 331 
DeBiit, D 87 
Desimiles, D 142 
Desimnlaui, D 212 
Desinat, F 112 
Desine, S 426 
Desinere, H 110 
Desinit, E 176 
DeBipiscit, D 135 
Desis, D 26 
DeBisse, D 184 
DesiBte, D 192 
DesiBtit, A 67 
DeBitescere, D 105 
Desolutus, D 29 
Desonat, F 116 
Desonoit, D 86 
DeBperat, O 278 
Desperatus, 85 
Desperanit, D 197 
Despioatns, D 21 
Despondet, D41 
Destenta, D 203 
Destioare, D 123 
Destituit, D 24 
DeBtitutae, D 31 
Destitutus, 249 
Destituunt, D 30 
DeBudare, D 32 
DeBuenit, D 173 
Det, D 377 
Detentio, G 167 



Determinat, D 206 
DetestabiliA, S 71 
Detestabilis, D 111 
DeteBtare, D 148 
DeteBtatus, D 36 
DetractaBset, D 73 
Detractat, D 145 
Detraotaaere, D 208 
Detraotauit, D 71 
Detrahit, D 190; L 97; O 

219 ; S 665 
Detrait, D 97 
Detreotauit, D 144 
Detreotet, D 145 
Detrectns, D 143 
Detrimentnm, D 177 
Detrudit, D 169 
Detradunt, D 132 
Detnlerat, D 20 
Deturbat, D 240 
Denarioare, D 90, 124 
Denellunt, D 214 
Deuenerauit, D 118 
DenenuBtat, D 130 
Deuertendo, D 172 
Deuertionlmn, D 37 
Deuertuntur, D 172 
Denexii, D 140 
Deuia, D 72 
Deuinctus, D 205 
Deuinxit, D 81 
Deuitat, D 199 
Denm, Int. 164; C 855; H 

143 
Denota, D 189 
Deaotatnri, D 180 
Denotatnrns, D 25 
Deuotio, D 181 
Dens, Int. 105, 119, 152, 

200, 281; A 557, 843; D 

305; G 59; M 176; P 796 
Denterogamiae, D 164 
Deuteronomiom, Int. 83 ; 

D155 
Deuterosin, D 49 
Deutinnm, D 183 
Denulgare, D 166 
Denolgatur, D 277 
Dexterae, Int. 45; F 185 
Dextralia, D 178 
Diabnlus, Int. 81 
Diaconus, Int. 82, 195; D 

210; 1 10, 475 
Diadema, D 221 
Diafonia, D 248 
Dialeotica, D 259 
Dialecticus, D 251 
DialeptiB, L 186 
Dialexis, D 295 
DiaUs, F 242 
Dialogns, D 253 

10 



146 



LATIN INDEX. DU — Dl 



Diametro, D 366 
DUnae, LM 
DiBpsalma, Int. 37 
Diastile, lot. 94 
DiBtheoe, D 264 
Diatiifaa, D 263 
Dio. A 2U 
Dicabo, D 334 
Dicam. D 316 
Dicamus, P 762 
Dioas. D 319 
Dioatio, D 228 
Dicatoi, D311 
Dioatnr, D 276 
DiceQda,Fei; N 63 
Dicendi, P 81 
Dicendum, L 15B 
Dioere, A 413; D 332 
Dicetenl, B 240 
Dicimenta, D 330 
Dioimaa, B163; S 617 
Dicio, D 2ie 
DloioDe, D 239; S fi9S 
DioiB, A 925 
Dicit, A 937 ; G 230; D 239; 

E 44; F 77; S 89, 246; 

U127 
Dicilla, I 297 
Dioitnr, A 418. 600, 741, 

863: B 66; C 137; D 15, 

392, 364; E 68, 139, 209, 

261, 262. 663; I 461; L 

39,124,204,269; H 326; 

P 218, 616, 699; B 66, 

96, 417, 727; T 186; U 

269 
-Dico, CE7; E 161 
Dicrans, D 306 
Dicta, A 663; D 968, 346; 

B 44; M 148; F 796; 

S713 
DioUt, S 704 
Dietator, D 267, 282 
Diotatorem, D 266 
Dictatnia, D 326 
Dictemao, D 60 
DicU, 8 449 
DiaUo,A413;B69; C 817, 

890; D269 
DictioneB. L 146 
Diotionia, T 230 
Diotitat, D 333 
Dicto, D 314 
Diotor, F 5 
Dictum, A 186; C 367; F 

160; L 124; H 60, 163; 

274; TlOl 
Diotas, C968;HI60;P619 
Dicant,B 47; C 803; D 369; 

G 74; P 168 
Dioantnr, 331. 429, 697, 



933 (bw); D 172, 313; E 

44;061; H 163; P481; 

S74:U51, 118 
DidaictavB, D 308 
DiditDT, A 377 
Die, A 668; N 176; S 417 
Diei, D300 
Diem, C 621; D349; 1138; 

P6ei 
Diemat, D 269 
Dieperdnlnm, A 729 
Dienim. E 623 ; B 84 
Dies.C 164; D 263; E 246; 

190, 195; L140; M331; 

P167!U64 - 
Difernetat, D 336 
DKFamatiiB, I 156 
Diffecl, C 621; D 236. 317; 

F 631, 661 
Difficile, A 667 ; D 391 
DifficiliB, D 281 
DifflODlter, D 231 
Diffitentni, D 396 
Diffiteor, D 299 
Diffngatum, D 293 
Dificile, A747; H33 
DifioDlter, E 33 
Difinia, D 327 
Difortitun, D 173, 233 
Int. 96 



215 
D394 



DigDitate, I 37; P450 
DigniUtis, 1117; T 2S4 
DigoitoBa, D 333 
DignnE, F 373 
Dii,I328; L60; P328 
Diiqne, D 323 
Dilapidnt, D 247 
DilargiiB, D 304 
Dilatio, D266; M 69 
Dilatione, 1 438 
Dileotabilis, A 265 
Dilactat, I 606 
Dilectaoit, I 611 
Dilectio, A 34 
Dilectione, A 871 
Dileotmn, D 290 
DilecttlB, Int. 301 
Dilegit, T 137 
DiliciQ, L 279 



DUigi 



8 413 



DiUgenter, B 189 
Diligentia, E 434 
DiUgit, F367; L 380 
Dilotia, D 268 



Dilabra, D 237 
DUoere, D 330 
DilaniDm, Int. 67 ; B 131 
Dimedium, 8 270, 280 

DimediuB, 8 49 
Dimetron, Int. 96 
DimiDoit, D 236 
Diminatiaae, Q 23 ; B 13 
DimiuDtiDe, F 204 ; M 168, 

169 
Diminntinum, A 146 ; F 146 ; 

M 214, 801; N 124; P 

653; 1336; U 81 
DimieiB, D 329 
DimiaoB, D 163 
Diooisa, D 261 
Dioctea, D 350 
Diploa. D 253 
Dipsa, p. 1 
Dipeaa, D 292 (bis) 
Directus, M 88 
Diniptice. 87 
Diribere. D284 
Diriguere, D 260 
Diriguntur, F 114 
Dirimat, D 224 
Dirinitoriam, D 176, 333 
Diniit, D 217 
Dims. T 246 
Dimtus, D 230 
Digoedendo, E 323 
Discedere. A 43 
Diacandit, D 161 
Diacensor, D 283 
DisceoBum, C 468 
Disceptant, D 271 
Diaoeptori, D 341 
Diaoeptator, D 211 
DiBceptauero, D 298 
Diacemiculiun, D 313 
Discerpit, D 267 
DiBceiptns, C 46 
Disoerpunt. D 314 
DisoeMio, B 626; 1472 
DiBoeBBQS, A 692 
Disoidium, D 233; E 373 
DJBclt, A 376; N 149 
Digoinit. D 287 
DisoluBum, D 335 
DiacoluB, D 381 
Diaoor, D222 
DiBcordabat, D 368 
Diacordat, D 324 
Diaoos, D 219 
Disci«pat, D 236 
Diacrepationem, D 227 
Disoretum, D 279 
Diacrimen. D 333, 237 
DiBcriminalia, D 301 
Diacriptio, 366 
Discos, C 61 



LATIN INDEX. DIS — ^DOM 



147 



Disoutere, D 213 
Disdonat, D 280 
Diseptus, D 226 
Disertans, D 303 
Disfecit, D 310 
Disidiosus, D 326 
Disinit, D 244 
Disipat, D 240 
Disipiscat, D 332 
Disipit, D 244 
Disiungimnr, 853 
Disiangit, D 175 
Disoluerat, D 336 
DiBolutas, E 442 
Dispalatnm, D 293 
Dispar, D 242 
Dispargit, D 154 
Disparile, D 242 
Disparuit, D 273 
Dispecit, D 315 
Dispectare, D 216 
Dispeotus, D 331 
Dispendinm, D 234, 270 
Dispensat, D 136 
Dispensata, D 297 
Dispensation D 328; E 19 
Dispensator, A 814; 207 
Disperge, D 289 
Dispergit, D 235, 317 
Dispicere, D 216 
Dispiciens, P 40 
Dispicitur, A 857 
Disponit, M 246 
Disposita, D 94 
Dispositio, M 286 
Dispositionibus, M 282 
Dispositionnm, P 567 ; Y 1 
Dispancta, D 297 
Dispnngit, D 312 
Disputat, D 251 
Disputationis, D 253, 295; 

L186; Y7 
Disputationum, Y 2, 3 
Disputaait, D 215 
Disrumpit, D 310 
Disruptus, D 21 
Dissedit, D 324 
Dissensio, E 189 
Dissice, D 289 
Dissidebat, D 268 
Dissidans, D 326 
Dissimile, N 164 
Dissimilem, A 44 
Dissimilia, A 623 
Dissimilis, D 222 
Dissimulat, D 272 
Dissimul^t, D 202 
Dissinus, D 307 
Dissipans, S 402 
Dissipant, F 45 
Dissipator, Int. 130; P 747 



Dissolnit, It 161 
Dissolntio, P 127 
Dissolutns, E 539 
Dissonantia, D 248 
Dissorum, A 44 
Distabuerunt, D 275 
Distans, A 59 
Distat, A 78 
Distenditnr, D 207 
Distendunt, D 246 
Distentas, D 340 
Disticon, Int. 90 
Distinctio, Int. 219 
Distinguitur, D 286 
Distintio, Int. 321 
Distitutnm, D 339 
Distitutns, I 59 
Distractor, P 476 
Distractns est, U 66 
Distraxit, D 274 
Distruota, A 83 
DistoU, D 212 
DistuUs, T 86 
Ditatas, 555 
Ditauit, D 118 
Ditor, D 266 
Diu, D344; F 76 
Diuale, D 278 
Diuersa, D 280 
Diuersae, G 192 
Diuersarom, H 68 
Diuersis, P 777 
Diuersum, A 410 
Diuide, S 208 
Diuidendae, E 302 
Diuidenis, H 121 
Diuidere, 1 181 
Dioidit, I 261 ; S 189 
Diniditur, H 99 
Diuidunt, N 162; U 160 
Diuinans, C 680 
Diuinaram, U 292 
Diuinatio, N 83 
Diuine, M 206 
Diuini, U 46 
Dininis, T 143 
Diuinitio, A 719 
Diuinitns, 241 
Diuino, D 278 
Dininos, D 337 
Diuinum, G569; L 174 
Diuinus, A 800; F 8; H 

13 
Diuis, D 321 
Diuisi, Int. 134; S 232 
Diuiso, E 511 
Dioisum, D 279, 335 
Diuisus, D 174,226; E 295; 

P650 
Dinitiae, C 329, 935; G 16, 

70; H24; 196 • 



Dinitiarom, G 621 
Dioitias, C 217 
Dinitum, P 866 
Diuo, D 245 ; S 673 
Dinmom, D 300 
Diatinum, D 241 
Diuturna, I 488 
Diutnrnnm, D 183, 302 
Diuolsum, D 243 
Diuus, D 305 
Dixerunt, D 230, 375 
Dixit, S 250 
Doceo, C 65 
Docet, G 39 
DociUs, D 354 
Docit, E 37 
Docte, F 9 
Dootis, P 601 
Doctor, D308; S 200 
Dootrina, S 201 
Doctrinae, 76; D 349; E 

157; M54 
Dootrmarum, C 62 
Doctns, C 53, 204; G 137 
Dooumenta, S 724 
Doomnentum, D360; 1386; 

S723 
Dodrans, D 343 
Dogma, D 345 
Dogmata, D 349 
Dogmatica, D 358 
Dolabra, D 355 
Dolatum, D 342 
Dolatora, D 346 
Dolens, Int. 162; D 353; I 

473 
Dolet, B 133 
Doleus, Int. 88 
Doli, P 813 
Dolones, D 351, 356 
Dolor, A 164; C 58; M 13; 

U308 
Dolore, F 330 
Dolores, B 161 
Dolosus, P274; S 626 
Dolnit, I 359 ; B 94 
Dolum, A 757 
Dolus, C 180 
Domatibus, D 350 
Domatio, D 359 
Domatis, D 352 
Domaueront, S 597 
Domestica, C 475 
Domestici, P 228 
Domesticii, L 60 
Domesticnm, B 92; I 103, 

371 
Domibus, A291; D 54 
DomiciUa, P 361 
Dominabatur, M 95 
Domine, Int. 186; 277 

10—2 



148 



LATIN INDEX. DOM — EFA 



Domini, Int. 14, 106—109, 

139, 149, 166, 172, 176, 

234, 244, 295, 301, 338; 

E278;F183;I471;0294 
Domino, D 171 
Dominom, Int. 19, 233; D 

34; P460 
Dominus, Int. 1, 35; E 279 
Domo, Int. 279; B 92; I 

142, 143; P 620; B 267; 

U138 
Domorum, P 382 
Domom, C 756 
DomiiDCula, P 666 
Domuncnlas, 131 
Domus, Int. 44; A 18, 31, 

305, 310, 687, 797 ;C 8, 41, 

926; G 177, 183; L5,47; 

M 138, 261; P 79, 249, 

622, 690; T 18 
Domns [for tomns], D 348 
Dona, D 312 
Donabo, D 334 
DonamuB, U 172 
Donans, D 304 
Donat, D 280, 312; L 144 
Donatio, C 797 
Donatum, I 404 
DonatuB, Int. 205, 223 
Donauit, D 118 
Donee, D 344, 380 
Donum, Int. 171; C 793; M 

249 
Dorcades, D 357 
Dorsi, T 51 
Dorsum, T 62 
Dos, D 347 
Dotatus, Int. 337 
Dotice, Int. 91 
Doxa, Int. 66 
Doy, P 200 
Draconis, D 367 
Draconitas, D 365 
Dracontia, D 364, 368 
Draconto, D 367 
Drama, D 363 
Dramatis, D 366 
Dromidarius, D 362 
Dromidns, D 361 
Drustum, H 85 
Duae, B117; D 149, 292 
Dualis, D 259 
Dnas, P 298 
Dnbiae, S 606 
Dubio, N 129; B 165 
Dubitantem, S 702 
Dubitare, 905 
Dubitat, F 250; M 309 
Dnbinm, F 227; N 154 
Dnbius, C 904, 933; S 592 
Ducem, G 148 



Dueenarius, D 371 

Duoentes, Q 42 

Dudt, D 372 

Duco, M 123 

Ductat, D 372 

Ductio, 102 

Dnoont, G 982 

Dudum, D382; 12 

DaQ, Int. 51 

Daellium, D 376 

Duit, D 377 

Dolce, M 174 

Duloem, B 16 

Dulciamina, P 457 

Dalcido, M 244; S 102 

Dulcis, M 173 ; B 180 

Dulcissapa, D 369 

DnltiuB (for dubius), A 216 

Dnm, D 380 

Dumis, D 374 

Dumosa, D 381 

Damtaxat, D 370 

Damns, D 373 

Duo, A 330, 779; B 104, 

115, 231; C 215; F 98; 

L168; B190; S 280 
Duobns, B 106, 128 
Dnorum, Int. 90, 96; B 125 ; 

D378 
Duos, B 107 
Duplex, Int. 95; B 116; E 

204 ; L 139 
Duplicatio, D 262 
Duplicationes, E 25 
Duplicator, B 119 
Duplioes, B 106 
DupUci, B126; D 255 
Dura, A 604, 605; G 103 
Durans, M 107 
Durior, A 245 
Duritia, B 197 ; T 59 
Durum, E 50 
Durus, B 173 
Duum, D 379 
Duunt, D 376 
Dux, M 64; 219 
Dy, T209 
Dyde, D 383 

E,A338;B106;M183;S681 

Ea, B 154 

Ea et w, E 1 

Eam, Int. 293 

Eaquae, B 154 

Eatenus, E 2 

Eattos, p. 45, note 2 

Ebenum, E 8 

Ebibati, E 6 

Ebilantur, E 5 

Ebitat, E 7 

Ebitauerit, E 4 



Ebor, E 3 

Ebraicorum, p. 3 

Ebredio, E 10 

Ebrei, Int. 101 

Ebriosus, T 58 

Ebrum, E 9 

EbuUiens, S 167 

Ebulum, E 11 

Ecdesia, Int. 113, 300; G 

846; P 24 
Ecclesiastes, Int. 301 
Eccui, E 22 
Ecgfernnt, E 24 
Echinus, E 15 
Echo, E 12 
Ecitum, E 16 
Eclipsis, E 14 
Economia, E 19 
Ecquem, E 13 
Ecquid, E 21 
Ecquis, E 20 
Ectasi, E 17 
Ectasis, E 18, 23 
Eculeis, I 85 
Edaces, U 276 
Edat, E 29 
Edax, G 547 ; E 34 
Edentat, E 45 
Edentatus, E 46 
Edentem, E 32 
Edentium, I 270 
Edepul, E 47 
Eder, E 33 
Edera, E 26 
Ederentur, E 30 
{!des, A 310 
Edidt, E 31, 44 
Edicius, E 41 
Edicta, E 44 
Edidit, E 28 
^dificia, A 309 ; G 190 
Edilitatem, E 35 
Edissere, E 36 
Editiones, E 25 
Edition, E 39 
Editissima, I 226 
Edito, E 38 ; I 458 
Editui, E 42 
Editum, E 40 
Edituus, E 27 
Edocit, E 37 
Edom, Int. 102 
Edra, E 563 
Educ, E 492 
Educat, E 49 
Eductus, E 326 
Eduducit, E 48 
EduUa, E 43, 51 
Edulion, Int. 125 
Edurum, E 50 
Efario, E 72 



LATIN INDEX. EFF — EMU 



149 



Effati, E 71 
Effatus, E 58 
Effebus, E 83 
EfiFedt, E 53 
Effectu, E 71 
Effectum, £ 90 
Effeminat, E 64 
EfiFeminati, E 63 
ESeminatoriom, E 75 
Effeminatas, E 56 
EfiFera, E 80 
Efferat, E 52 
Effere, E 60 
Efferunt, E 67 
Effeta, E 61, 66, 69, 81 
Efifetom, E 68, 73 
Effeui, E 91 
Efficaces, E 82 
Efficacia, £ 57 
Effioaoiter, E 88 
Effioax, E 89 
Effioitur, B 32 
Effigiat, E 55 
Effigies, G 179; E 54 
Effimeri, E 70 
Efflabant, E 62 
Efflagitat, E 86 
Effligit, E 87 
Effod, E 78 
Efifodit, E 76 
EfFontire, E 74 
Effosis, E 65 
ESothbat, E 78 
Effraim, Int. 114 
Effrem, E 77 
Effrenatns, E 59 
Effundere, E 79 
EftafoUnm, E 84 
Eftafylon, E 85 
Egerat, E 99; G 58 
Egerere, E 95 
Egerimus, E 100 
Egerit, E 92 
Egesta, E 98 
Egestas, E96; 160 
Egestio, E 93 
Eggones, E 97 
Egiptiorum, A 557 
Egloga, H 2 
Eglogae, E 104; H2 
Ego, E 102, 265 
Egone, E 102 
Egra, E 101 
Egre, E 94 
Egredior, E 430 
Egregius, E 103 
Egregiam, P 837 
Egritudo, U 23 
Egrotat, U 24 
Egrotus, B 161 
Egyptum, E 72 



Eins, Int. 24, 281; A 712; I 

467; O180; P 712 
Eiusdem, A 307 
Elaborans, D 89 
Elactare, E 126 
Elam, Int. 122 
Elanguet, E 146 
Elatas, I 298 
Eleborus, E 120 
Electio, D126; 2,10 
Electis, L 137 
Electrum, E 116, 118 
Elefans, B 28, 34 
Elegans, E 141; F 35 
Elegerant, D 198 
Elegit, E 41 
Elegoos, E 145 
Elementa, E 132 
Elementarius, E 136 
Elemosinam, S 511 
Eleaatio, Int. 23 
EU, Int. 105 
EU, E 122 
Elia, Int. 107 
Eliachim, Int. 106 
Elicere, E 135 
Eliceretur, E 117 
EUcit, E 108, 133 
Elioaerit, E 128 
EHoui, E 134 
Elicuit, E 124 
Elidit, 602 
Eliezer, Int. 103 
EUfaz, E 137 
Eligans, E 105 
Eligantur, E 143 
EUmat, E 144 
Elimentis, E 136 
Elimentorom, p. 9 
EUminat, E 142 
Eliminaaerat, £ 107 
Elingenus, E 123 
Elinguis, E 121 
EUqoata, E 140 
Elisa, E 447 
Elisoium, E 106 
Eliseus, Int. 108 
EUsi, E 115 
EUut, Int. 119 
EHx, E 119 
Elizabeth, Int. 112 
Elocutus, E 200 
Eloges, E 130 
Elogi, E 125 
Elogia, E 139 
Elogiis, E 138 
Elogio, E 109 
Elogium, E 113, 127, 129 
Elones, U 276 
Eloquentia, F 36, 323 ; B 62 
Eloqoia, F 24 



Elubio, E 131 
Eluoubratom, E 112 
Eladeret, E 111 
Eluetur, E 114 
Elois, E 114 
Eluitur, E 110 
Elnsit, F 364 
Em, E 165 
Emaces, E 191 
Emaoitas, E 182 
Emanat, E 174 
Emancipat, E 177 
Emaones, E 170 
Emarcuit, E 146 
Emaus, Int. 120 
Emax, E 150, 159, 172, 190 
Emblema, E 160, 186 
Embolismus, E 168 
Emendabitas,.E 182 
Emenso, E 173 
Ementitnr, E 179 
Ementum, E 178 
Emei«, E 172 
Emergere, E 147 
Emergunt, E 185 
Emerita, E 176 
Emersit, E 152 
Emiatnision, E 157 
Emicat, E 175 
Eminens, A 306; F 551, 802 
Eminent, S 148 
Eminentia, A 792 
Eminentibns, £ 171 
Eminet, E 180, 383; M 211 
Eminiscitnr, E 153 
Eminulis, E 171 
Eminus,G843; E 164 
Emisarii, E 148 
Emisperion, E 169 
Emisperiam, E 184 
Emissarius, E 156 
Emisticius, E 167 
Emittat, E 181 
Emittit, B 34; E 291,546; 

1303 
Emittogium, E 183 
Bmitur, T 18 
Emolomentum, E 155 
Emonnis, E 526 
Emortaum, E 207 
Empheria, E 161 
Emphimerides, E 204 
Emphraxem, E 181 
Emporiam, E 162 
Empta, E 149 
Empticius, E 151 
Empto, E 190 
Emptor, E 150 
Emptores, E 191 
Emala, E 158 
Emolamenta, G 698 



150 



LATIN INDEX. EMU — EST 



Emulstio, E 189 
Emulo, E 187, 188 
Emulumentum, E 154 
Emulas, £ 163 
Emunotoria, E 166 
Enoenia, E 218 
Enoratitae, E 199 
Endecas, E 203 
Enebata, E 66 
Energia, E 219 
Eneruat, E 192 
Eneruis, E 210, 350 
Enerumn, E 207 
Enfoticus, E 220 
EnicUa, £ 198 
Enigma, E 195 
Enigmata, E 205 
Enim, B 73, 83 
Enisus, E 200- 
Enitendo, E 215 
Enitesoit, E 218 
Enitor, E 197 
Eniza, E 214, 216 
Enize, E 211 
Enizias, E 208 
Enizus, E 217 
Enlencus, E 222 
Enneaoaideceterida, E 201 
Enoch, Int. 99 
Enooilis, E 209 
Enodabile, E 221 
Enodis, E 196 
Enormia, E 202 
Enudeata, E 212 
Enum, E 193, 194 
Enamerat, E 206 
Enumeratio, G 208 
Eo, A 94, 518, 958; G 267; 

G 101 ; T 237 
Eodem, 1 118; Q 48 (bis) 
Eoferant, E 228 
Eois, E 229 
Eoleuit, E 538 
Eoo, E 225 
Eoroizo, E 406 
Eortasitasi, E 226 
Eortastioai, E 227 
Eortatioe, E 223 
Eorum, Int. 291; 1472 
Eons, E 224 
Epemeris, E 261 
Ependiten, E 262 
Ephebus, E 246 
Ephemeris, E 245 
Ephiphania, Int. 121 ; E 230 
Ephithalamium, E 238 
Ephithonte, Int. 123 
Ephitomos, E 240 
Ephod, E 233 
Ephoth, Int. 110 
Ephyria, E 239 



Epiabilis, E 464 
Epioedion, E 252 
Epicoeni, E 263 
Epionrei, E 255 
Epidanrns, E 260 
Epifati, E 250 
Epigramma, E 242, 243 
EpilentiouB, E 249 
Epilog!, E 234 
Epilogiom, £ 258 
Epimenia, E 259 
Epimeri, E 244 
Epipendite, E 247 
Episoopus, Int. Ill, 251; 

E254 
EpisteUa, E 235 
Epistola, Int. 123; E 231 
Epistolaris, E 256 
Epistulae, T 107 
Epistolaram, E 226 
Epitathiom, E 251 
Epitheton, E 248 
Epithoma, E 241 
Epitoma, E 264 
Epitomem, E 237 
Epolitnm, E 418 
Epome, E 232 
Epotata, H 30 
Eptafoliom, E 253 
Eptasyllon, E 236 
Eptimemeren, Int. 128 
Epolaticias, E 257 
Epulis, E 257 
Equa, A 290 
Eqnare, H 144 
Equatur, H 145 
Eques, E 269 
Eqaester, A 332; 247, 

261 
Equi, A489;B115;G932; 

It 25; T272 
Equidem, E 265, 268 
Eqoilibra, S 678 
Eqniperat, E 267 
Equitum, A333; 247 
Eqao, E 269 
Equora, E 266 
Equorum, F 88 
Eqnas, S 405 
Er, E 282, 298 
Eradicat, A 934 
Eradioata, G 836 
Erant, G642; 242 
Erat, A82; F 27; P 548 
Erata, E 284 
Erciscundae, E 302 
Erebum, E 277 
Ereotns, A 789 
Eregione, E 282 
Erenditen, E 289 
Erenis, E 283 



Ereon, E 274 
Erepsissent, E 270 
Erepta, A 924 
ErepticiuB, A 778 
Erezit, E 501 
Erga, E 273 

Ei^sterium, E 299; 216 
Ergastnlnm, E 276, 285 
Ergata, E 272, 286 
Ergo, E 102; Til 
Ericius, £303; M 219 
Eridanas, E 296 
Erigastolo, E 301 
Erigens, S 613 
Erimio, E 271 
Eripit, A 784 



ins, G 420; S 429 



Erit, A 366 

Ermagoriae, E 304 

Erodi, E 290 

Erogant, D 312 

Erogat, 8 660 

Erogatio, I 398; U 140 

Eroganit, P 790 

Erotema, E 280 

Erpica, E 293 

Erpioarius, £ 294 

Errabilis, E 300 

Errans, E 295 

Errantes, F 114; P 68 

Erratica, P 277 

Erro, N 115 

Ersa, E 292 

Emotat, E 291 

Emditionem, P 23 

Eruditionis, B 61 ; S 726 

Ernditorium, P 268 

Eruditns, E 281 ; S 159 

Emere, E 287 

Emgat, E 288 

Erugo, E 297 

EmU, E 278 

Erunma, E 275 

Erumpat, E 174 

Eranoare, E 287 

Empernnt, E 467 

Ems, E 279 

Erutas, G 503; D 230 

Esaias, Int. 109 

Esau, Int. 104 

Esoamm, p. 87, note 1 

Esoulos, E 307 

Esebon, £ 308 

Esitabant, E 306 

Esitat, E 311 

Esse, E 403,493; F 283 

Essedam, E 312 

Essoz, E 315 

Est, Int. 145, 160, 173, 178, 
182, 213, 223(qaater), 
263, 301; A 24, 29, 66, 



LATIN INDEX. EST — BXC 



151 



94, 451, 499, 938, 939, 
941. 960 ; C 77, 218, 347, 
496, 566, 567 (bis), 732 
(bis), 736, 837, 844, 977; 
D 15, 111, 292 (ter), 305, 
325, 378; E 153, 180, 216, 
513, 538; G 27, 60, 97, 
101; H 64, 127, 129; I 
186, 372, 395, 528 ; L 269 
(bis) ; M 15, 52, 93, 120, 
159, 265, 321 ; N 122, 154 ; 
77, 271; P 99,119,191, 
712, 735, 743 (bis), 814, 
824, 880 ; Q 13 ;B 23, 207; 
S 30, 39, 88 (bis), 291, 
406, 466; T 9, 210, 237, 
278 ; U 64, 66, 113 

Estatem, I 234 

Estera, E 321 

Estis, G 66 

Estino, I 234 

Esto, E 309, 310 

Estote, S 6, 666 

Esta, E 313 

Estus, E 305 

Et, Int. 192, 223, 301 (bis); 
A 29, 117 (ter), 152, 290, 
332, 333 (bis), 348, 413, 
442, 476 (bis), 499 (bis), 
712, 729, 741, 901, 939; 
B 32 (bis), 74, 114, 161; 
C 133, 181, 216, 274, 310, 
331, 347 (bis), 362, 413 
(bis), 496, 496, 497, 754, 
856 (bis), 886, 904, 977; 
D 64, 142, 172, ^7 (bis), 
230, 292 (ter), 312; E 118, 
132, 263, 310, 487 ; F 98, 
124, 130; G 60, 61, 105; 
H 2, 64, 94, 149; I 86, 
128, 224 (bis), 347, 366, 
528; L 29, 94, 137, 269, 
338; M 313, 321, 326; 
N56, 125; 132; P 81, 
481, 660, 668, 717, 837 ; R 
103, 197, 210; 849,66, 92, 
280; T 9, 30, 241; U 155, 
232 (bis), 239 

l^temitas, A 336 

Ethiantike, Int. 126 

Ethica, E 316 

Ethicia, E 314 

Ethicas, E 317 

Ethimologia, E 318 

Ethinoon, E 319 

Etiam,I377; Q 44 

Etodeporicon, E 320 

Etroria, L 194 

Eoa, Int. 98 

Euacuare, E 456 

Eoacuatas, E 405 



Euacuissent, H 10 
Eoaeum, Int. 100 
Eoaggelices, E 358 
Eaangelicae, E 326, 342, 

358 
Eaangeliorom, E 325; T 

146 
Eaangelium, Int. 117 
Eaangelizat, E 322 
Eaanggelices, E 342 
Enannit, A 944 
Euboioomm, E 331 
Eucharistias, E 341 
Eucharitia, Int. 118, 129 
EadoHa, E 330, 346 
Eudoxia, E 336 
Euehit, E 344 
EaeUit, E 334 
Eaenit, O 93 
Euentos, P 784 
Euentu, G 83 
Euentus, E 339 
Euergit, E 356 
Euerrit, E 352 
Eaersio, E 323, 526 
Euertit, E 340 
Eaestigio, E 329, 345 
Eafonia, E 348 
Eufouiae, D 379 
Eufrates, Int. 97 
Euge, E 327 
Eugenes, E 333 
Eugenia, E 343 
Euidens, E 332 
Enigilans, E 376, 549 
Enigilatam, E 112 
Euigilauit, E 472 
Euillan, Int. 124 
Euirat, E 64, 324 
Eoiratus, E 360 
Eaisoerat, E 337 
Euiscerata, E 328 
Euitatas, E 366 
Enitaaerit, E 349 
Enloginm, E 338 
Enmenides, E 363, 354 
Ennachus, H 81 
Enocare, A 148 
Euocati, A128; E 637 
Euocatio, Int. 113 
Eaooatnr, E 452 
Euocatus, A98; E 326 
Euomit, E 92 
Euro, A 46 
Euronothnm, A 47 
Eurus, E 336 
Eurynis, E 351 
Euterpe, E 347 
Euum, E 367 
Ex, Int. 192; B 110; C 415, 

764; D313, 365, 375; E 



398, 409, 427 (bis), 483, 

611; F 330,360; G 126; 

L20, 79, 269,338; M 129; 

N 49, 123 ; S 30 
Exacaideceterida, E 413 
Exacemauit, E ^ 
Exactio, E 518 
Exactor, E 463 
Exactum, E 559 
Exagerat, E 448 
Exagium, E 416 
Exalaparetur, E 477 
Exalauit, A 712 
ExaUage, E 466 
Exaltat, P737; T 199 
Exaltauit, E 391 
Examen, E 490, 506 
Exameron, E 622 
Exametron, Int. 127 
Examinat, E 437; L 188 
Examinatio, Q 37 
Examinator, D 211 
Examusim, E 471 
Exanreant, E 449 
Exapla, E 360 
Exasperat, E 436; L 97 
Exauctorauit, E 399 
Exauditio, Int. 289 
Exaudituat, E 512 
Exaurauit, E 470 
Exaureant, E 489 
Exaustis, E 404 
Excanduit, E 602 
Excedo, E 430 
Excelare, E 493 
Exoellentes, P 770 
Excelsa, A 754; G 300; E 

494,529; T 233 
Exoelsi, S 696 
Exoelsus, Int. 7, 149, 173, 

206; P 657 
Excepta, E 408 
Exoepto, S 351 
Exoesserit, E 410 
Excessum, E 17 
Exoessns, E 23 
Excesus, E 500 
Exciderant, E 446 
Excidium, E 378, 379, 626 
Exciduntur, S 35 
Excitati, E 537 
Excitatur, E 452 
Exciti, E 637 
Excluderem, E 467 
Excludit, D 169; E 414, 

512; T 235 
Exdusa, A 40; E 458; S 

684 
Excluserat, E 107 
Exclusit, E 124 
Exclusum, E 535 



152 



LATIN INDEX* EXC— KXP 



ExeLosas B 139 
Exoogitatio, £ 178; M 13 
Excolat, £ 461 
Excomedit, E 337 
Exoors, £ 432 
Exoreat, E 517 
Excababant, E 555 
Exoubat, E 435 
Exoubias, E 527 
Excudit, E 386, 544 
Exondnnt, £ 385 
Exoosationes, A 693, 697 
Exonssabilem, A 691 
Excutit, E 45 
Exductione, D 50 
Exeorabile, S 37 
Execranda, S 106 
Execrare, E 509 
Exedra, E 366, 415, 562 
Exedr§, E 420 
Exegebat, E 468 
Exegestus, E 372 
Exemit, £ 444 
Exemplnm, A 668; D 360; 

£490 
Exemta, £ 536 
Exemtum, £ 535 
Exenium, £ 451 
Exenodooium, £ 519 ; B 108 
Exentesion, £ 412 
Exepta, £ 491 
Exequat, £ 428 
Exequiamm, T 9 
Exeras, £ 407 
Exercendi, U 91 
Exercens, S 237 
Exercere, £ 531, 533 
Exerceretur, Or 47 
^ Exerceri, £ 551 
Exercet, A 888 
Exercita, E 361 
Exercitat, £ 552 
Exercitatae, E 553 
Exercitationis, N 10 
Exercitia, G 193 
Exeroitiis, £ 387 
Exeroitu, M 228 
Exercitum, D 290; L 217; 

M64 
• Exercitus, P 379 
Exercituum, Int. 335; U 51 
Exerere, E 531 
Exerit, £ 514 
Exerrans, L 69 
Exerta, E 396, 499 
Exerti, £ 397 
Exertum, £ 382 
Exestuat, E 459 
Exesum, E 520 
Exesus, E 534 
Exfretat, £ 474 



Exhabet, E 483 
Exhalat, £ 546 
Exhaustas, £ 405 
Exheredat, A 51 
Exheredet, £ 381 
Exhibendus, A 761 
Exhibet, M 216 
Exibeo, 8 309 
Exigebant, E 503 
Exigit, C 181 
Exiguus, E 440; L 258 
Exut, £ 174 
Exilem, £ 365 
Exili, B 37 
Exilia, £ 421 
Exiliauit, B 43 
ExiUo, B 74 
Exilis, £ 367 
Exilit, £ 175 
Exilitas, M 106 
Exilinit, £ 502 
Exinam, D23;B37, 149 
Exime, E 492 
Eximet, E 368 
Eximia, £ 529 
Eximietas, £ 532 
EximiuB, E 530 
Exinanire, E 456 
Exinanitum, £ 497 
Exinanitus, E 56 
Exinde, I 52, 344 
Exintera, £ 411 
Exire, £ 147 
Existere, £ 460 
Existimabam, A 890 
Existimatores, O 217 
Exifitimo, G 506 
Exit, D 173 
ExitiabUem, P 279 
Exitium, E 556 
Exito, £ 394 
Exitu, D 59 
ExituB, Int. 115; D 50; £ 

469; 282; F 838 
Exmom, £ 510 
Exodium, £ 487 
Exodas, Int. 115 
Exolantes, £ 362 
Exolescit, £ 547 
Exoleuerunt, E 395 
ExoUtus, £ 443, 540 
Exoliuerunt, E 467 
Exolutus, £ 539 
Exomologesin, E 463, 505 
Exorbitans, £ 475 
Exorcismum, £ 359 
Exorcista, £ 422 
ExomatuB, £ 380 
Exorsus, E 455 
Exortatoriae, A 139 
Exorti, £ 389 



Exortus, E388;O20 
ExoBBom, E 417 
Exostra, £ 485 
Exosns, E 541 
Exparia, £ 479 
Exparta, £ 480 
Expeotabamos, O 183 
Expecians, O 195 
Expectant, S 684 
Expectantes, O 188 
Expectare, P 633 
Expeotatum, N 77 
Expediam, E 523 
Expedientes, E 82 
Expedierant, £ 393 
Expedio, E 441 
Expedisset, £ 392 
Expeditio, £ 401, 554, 558 
Expeditionibas, E 504 
Expeditns, £ 89, 364, 425, 

561 
Expello, £ 17 
Expellnnt, A 81 
Expendere, £ 542 
Expendisse, £ 373 
Expensa, E 488 
ExpergeBoens, £ 376 
Experientia, G 82; £ 161, 

239, 434 ; P 200 
Experimentum, £ 375, 433 
Experire, E 433 
ExperreotnB, E 472 
Expers, E 549 
Expertia, £ 473 
Expertns, £ 377 
Expiare, I 426 
Expiat, £ 462 
Expiatum, £ 497 
Expiebat, £ 468 
Expilatam, E 400, 548 
Expilatores, £ 486 
Expimuntur, F 191 
Explanat, £ 428 
Explanatio, T 244 
Explananit, £ 507 
Expleta, E 482 
Expleuit, E 513 
ExplicanteB, A 386 
Explicitnm, E 585 
Explodens, E 450 
Exploderem, £ 457 
Explodit, E 414 
Explodita, £ 458 
Explorat, £ 384, 448 
Explosa, E 447 
ExploBi, £ 363 
Expoliatus, P 528 
Exponerent, £ 369 
Exponis, E 256 
Exponit, £ 31 
Exportat, E 52 



LATIN INDEX. EXP — FAL 



153 



Exportauerat, A 902 
Expositio, E 412, 490 ; S 716 
Exposito, E 370, 390 
Expositor, G 825 
Expraesit, E 507 
Expr^sserunt, E 550 
Exprobrat, I 302 
Expromet, B 238 
Expromit, E 514 
Expugnaret, A 899 
Expugnat, E 340; U 53 
Expugnatio, E 379 
Expolit, A80;I41 
Expulsa, E 494 
Expuncta, E 482 
Expargat, E 462 
Exquirenti^ B 172 
Exquisite, E 471 
Exquisitio, B 176 
Exquisitor, 675 
Exsequenda, 9 
Exsequias, E 423 
Exsequor, F 399 
Exsoluo, E 441 
Exsolatio, F 401 
Exsolutus, E 442 
Exsortem, E 516 
Exstant, E 557 
Exstat, E 383 
Exstirpat, E 431 
Exsumtuauit, E 478 
Exsurgant, E 185 
Exsnrgit, E 152 
Exta, E 439, 465 
Extabesoit, E 438 
Extale, E 419 
Extare, E 403 
Extaseos, E 402 
Extempus, E 481 
Extendere, P 833 
Extendit, E 445 
Extensis, P 53 
Extenso, P 768 
Extenta, A159;D203 
Extento, P 792 
Extenus, E 476 
Exterior, E 562 
Exterminat, E 431 
Exterminatur, D 316 
Externus, E 424 
Extimat, E 521 
Extimplo, E 429 
Extincti, E 363 
Extinotis, E 528 
Extinctus, E 450 
Extinguit, S 414 
Extipices, E 484 
ExtoUat, E 426 
Extollendam, A 260 
Extollere, E 60 
ExtoUont, E 24, 67, 228 



Extorqueretur, E 117 
Extorres, E 515 
Extorsit, E 544 
Extra, A 552, 612 ; D 111 ; 

E496; 1318 
Extraneos, E 424 
Extrema, T 83 
Extremi, A 626 ; N 30 
Extremns, E 476, 481, 483 
Extrimi, M 240 
Extrimitas, P 435 
Extrinsecas, E 371 
ExtuUt, E 501 
Exuberat, E 454, 498 
Exubiae, E 524 
Exugia, E 543 
Exogiae, E 525 
Exuiit, S 371 
Exul, E 496 
Exulcerat, E 436 
Exales, E 545 
Exaltantes, T 262 
Exaltare, T 241 
Exoltaret, B 63 
Exultate, T 115 
Exulterins, G 415 
Exambres, A 838 
Exundans, E 560 
Exundant, B 221 
Exundat, E 498 
Exandauit, E 374 
Exutas, E 495 
Ezeohihel, Int. 116 
Ezodo, D59; P 838 

Fabari, F 109 
Fabor, F 7 
Faborum, G 334 
Fabrae, F 9 
Fabrica, M 141 
Fabricant, E 385 
Fabrioat, G 924 
Fabrile, F 110 
Fabrorom, P 501 
Fabrum, F 15 
Facendat, F 80 
Facere, G 402; D 196; F 17, 

98; N 30; P 325 
Faces, 1 181 ;L 53, 228 
Facessit, F 98, 100, 112 
Facetiae, F 65 
Facetias, F 54 
Faoetior, F 62 
Facetus, F 35, 63 
Facia, S 510 
Facias, Int. 132; F 408 
Faciat, F 224 

Faciens, F 52; M 105 ; S 109 
Facient, I 56 
Faoiente, A 406 
Facies, Int. 131 ; 101 



Facile, T 130 

Faoilius, G 500 

Faoinus, F 56 

Facio, F 53 

Faois, B 81 

Facit, A 170, 290, 451; C 

54, 424; D 103; E 288; 

F 39, 98; G 59; M 345; 

P 86, 479; U 26, 200 
Facitat, F 39 
Facitia, F 3 
Facitur, T 144 
Faoiont, A 823; G 363; P 

870 ; T 248, 357 
Facta, L 20, 79; N 123; P 

154 ; T 271 
Factio, F 50 
Factione, F 96 
Factiosns, F 47, 52 
Factitare, F 17 
Factionculus, F 96 
Factor, M 134, 179 
Factum, A 442; F 233; G 

27 
Factus,D305;H55;I157; 

M 93; P 35 
Facula, F2;H29 
Facultam, O 196 
Faoultas, G 950; F 33 
Facultates, B 177 
Faoundus, 251 
Facuntia, F 36 
Faecce, F 135 
Faestum, F 43 
Faex, F 379; M 340 
Fafonio, A 360 
Fagolidori, F 30 
Fagus, F 14 
Falangarius, F 61 
Falanx, F 91 
Falaria, F 69 
Falarica, F 66, 67 
Falc, F 10 
Falcarius, F 79 
Falcastrum, F 48 
Faloatis, F 29 
Falcem, F 79 
Falcis, F 32 
Falcones, F 51 
Falerata, F 113 
Falere, F 88 
Fallace, P 221 
Fallacia, P 731, 734 
FaUaciis, 1 162 
Fallanx, L 321 
FaUax, F47; N94; P192 
FaUor, N 115, 129 
Falsa, P 835 
Falsiloquax, F 44 
Falsis, P 475 
FalsuB, S 622 



154 



LATIN INDEX. FAM — ^FES 



Fama, 203 

Famam, E 127 

Famfaluca, F 25, 37 

Famidicus, F 77 

FamiUae, N 159 

Familiaris, F 103, 106 

FamUiaritas, F 105 

Familioos, F 40 

FamiU^, F 106 

Famis, I 267; S 106 

Famosissimo, A 956 

Fanatici, F 38 

Fanaticas, F 78 

Fanda, F 81 

Fandi, G 950 

Faniticas, F 76 

Fano, F 34 

Fanogoria, F 34 

Fantasia, A 660; F 89 

Fanohel, Int. 131 

Fannm, F74; L63 

Faonins, F 49 

Far, F 87 

Faragem, F 83 

Farao, Int. 130 

Farao [for farris], A 243 

Farcet, F 57 

Farciretor, F 31 

Farcit, F 75 

Faronm, F 101 

Faregem, p. 54, note 2 

Farelas, F 111 

Faretro, I 467 

Fari, F 18 

Faria, F 24 

Farina, S 345 

Farinam, G 425 

Fariolus, F 58 

Farius, F 99 

Farizaei, Int. 134 

Farma (for farina), 131 

Farra, F 86 

Farrioe, F 96 

Farrago, F 93 

Farsa, F 102 

Faras, F 114 

Fas, G569; F 27, 71 

Fasces, A 229; F 11, 13, 

107; T 113 
Fasciarum, F 26 
Fascias, F 23 
Fascimen, F 85 
Fascinatio, F 4 
Fascinus, F 84 
Fasellum, F 73 
Fasianus, F 22 
Fastidiosus, M 254 
Fastidium, F 19 
Fastigasti, F 90 
Fastigimn, F 28 
Fastis, F 20 



Fastn, F 108 
Fastns, F 16, 59 
Fasns, F 64, 68, 70, 72 
Fate, p. 54, note 2 
Fatescit, F 46 
Fateseunt, F 21, 45 
Fatetum, F 83; p. 54, note 

2 
Fatetor, I 382 
Fatidicus, F 8 
Fatigata, E 69 
Fatiget, D 51 
Fatis, A 105 
Fatitnr, F 82 
Fator, F 5 
Fatoram, A 105 
Fatoit, E 7 
Fatum, G 79 
Fatur, F 41 
Fauae, F 343 
Faaces, F 12 
Fanois, H 105 
Faue, A 619 
Faueat, F 42 
Faaentibus, G 709 
Fanere, F 94 
Fanet, P443; 8 625 
FauiUis, F 155 
Faois, F 109 
Fauisor, F 60 
Fauit, A 785 
Fauo, F 104 
Fauor, F 1 ; P 444 
Fauores, P 445 
Faustnm, F 43, 92 
Faustus, B175; F6 
Fautor, F 60 
Fautores, F 97 
Fax, F 2 
Faxat, F 53 
Faxo, F 53 
Fece, F 143 
Fecit, U 57 
Feculentas, F 143 
Fecundus, F 147 
Fedas, C 563 
Fefellit, F 127, 137, 364 
Fel, B 103 
FeUcitas, F 149 
FeUx, F 131, 288 
FeUis, M 133 
Fellitare, p. 55, note 3 
FeUitat, F 141 
FeUas, F 148 
Feloces, G 312 
Felocitas, P 263 
Felox, I 5 
Femella, F 146 
Femina, F 140, 146; H 64; 

P502; U141, 154,166 
Feminaram, P 705 



Feminas, D 172 

Femini, E 263 

Feminini, S 462 

Feminino, L 214 

Feminis, P754; S 503 

Feminom, M 158 

Femora, F 140 

Fenerator, D 11 

Fene8[trae],- L 27 

Feniciom, F 122 

Fenom, F 150 

Fenns, F 128, 133 

Fera, A 382 

Ferae, F 117 

FeraU, F 145 

Feralia, F 144 

Ferarum, L 314; B 187 

Ferculum, F 118 

Fere, F 119; H 46 

Ferens, F79; 176 

Feretrius, F 142 

Feretram, F 124; L 226 

Feriae, F 121 

Feriatus, F 125, 126 

Ferinnm, F 120 

Fe[r]ire, G 172 

Ferit, P320 

Feriunt, P 864 

Ferme, C 390 ; F 123 

Fero, F 151 

Ferox, E 80; F 117; U 137 

Ferramenta, L 65 

Ferratae, T 303 

Ferreae, A 298 

Ferrei, P 259 

Ferreis, I 85 

Ferri, A117; F 154; T 278 

Ferro, A 245 

Ferragine, F 153 

Ferruginem, F 154 

Ferruginens, Or 191 

Ferrugo, F 139 

Ferrum, Int. 100 ; G 92, 145, 

369; H16; M 96; S 121, 

633; U 255 
Fert, F 124 
Fertile, A 521 
Fertilis, F 142 
Feraentissime, C 713 
Feraet, B 216 
Feraginius, F 115 
Feroidae, L 12 
Feraidus, F 132 
Fernit, 1 184 
Ferula, Int. 135; F 138 
Ferum, A 395 
Fernnt, L 228 
Feruntur, G 165 
Ferns, T 133 
Fespa, F 136 
Fessat, F 116 



LATIN INDEX. FES — FLU 



155 



Festi, P 167 

Festinantes, A 739; F 226 

Festinantibus, I 69 

Festinat, P 722 

Festioatio, F 55 

Festinaui, S 5 

Festinauimas, M 113 

Festinus, C 431 

Festus, C 164 ; F 131 ; L 140 

Feta, Int. 133 

Fetialis, F 152 

Fetibus, O 249 

Fex, A 540 

Fiber, F 157 

Fibra, F 164 

Fibrae, F 169 

Fibrans, F 178 

Fibras, F 175 

Fibula, A 559 ; F 170 

Ficetula, F 176 

FictiHa, C18; L 41 

Fiotis, F 203 

Fictum, F 44, 188 

Fiotas, F 312 ; S 313 

Fida, F 163 

Fide, A 692; 1271; M 188; 

U40 
Fidei, A 616 (bis) 
Fideiusores, P 663, 717 
Fideiossor, U 41 
Fideiussores, U 17 
Fidelis, Int. 39 
Fidem, P 368 
Fidibns, F 180, 197 
Fidicen, F 180 
Fidicula, F 198 
Fidiculae, F 181, 184, 195 
Fidius, see Mediusfidius 
Fidacearias, F 199 
Fiduciam, L 245 
Fidus, F 194 
Figite, F 208 
Figlina, F 196 
Figmenta, F 174 
Figulina, F 196 
Figura,0 68; F182; S 120, 

441, 545; T 146 
Figarae, L 196 
Figuralis, A 413 
Figuratum, P 588 
Fiius, P 574 
Fila, L 195 ; N 82 
Filaoteria, F 209 
Filargiria, F 211 
FiUa, 1273; L 149; P 574; 

S 392 
Filiaster, F 210 
Filii, F 185 ; L 205 
Filiis, P 362 
FiHorum, P 491 
Filios, 257 



FiUs, F 197 ; L 166 
Filius, p. 1; Int. 41,45,48, 

270; C 857; F 130, 185; 

G136;M31; S 392, 430, 

620 
Filix, F 165 
Filologos, F 160 
Filomella, F 190 
Filozenia, F 159 
Fiioxsenia, F 156 
Filtra, F 189 
Filum, F 172 
Fimum, F 202 
Findunt, N 162 
Fine, Int. 75 
Finem, C4; 1246 
Fines, M 137; 243 
Finetum, N 155 
Finiat, T 94 
Finibus, A 357; T 231 
Finicia, F 173 
Finioulus, F 186 
Finis, C 3; L 201, 238; M 

127; T 53 
Finit, S 384 
Finitimos, F 200 
Finitum, P 84 
Finitas, C 649, 720 
Finix, F 155 
Fiola, P 160 
Fiolae, S 199 
FioU, F 177 
Firator, F 179 
Firma, S 410 
Firmator, A 233 
Firmis, I 339 
Firmitatem, B 177 
Firmus, R 21 
Fiscalis, F 201 
Fisceila, F 191 
FisceUam, F 204 
Fiscilla, F 162 
FiscUlis, F 171 
Fiscillus, F 166 
Fiscina, C 582 
Fiscinom, F 205, 207 
Fiscium, F 168 ' 
Fisco, F 161, 183 
Fiscos, F 158 
Fiscus, G 888 
Fisica, F 167 
Fistolis, F 206 
Fistum, F 187 
Fisns, F 193 
Fit,B94,159;C319;D119; 

188; S351; U 178 
Fitigalis, F 192 
Fiunt, G 187 
Fixi, D 69 
Flaba, A 605 
Flabanas, F 218 



Fiabra, F 231 
Flabris, F 253 
Flabum, F 219 
Flabus, F 249 
Flaccidam, F 215 
Flacentia, F 217 
Flagitata, F 229 
Flagitium, F 233 
Flagius, F 246 
Flagrans, F 254 
Flagrantes, F 226 
FUgrat, 847; F 329 
Flagratione, F 220 
Flagris, F 222, 247 
Flaminibas, F 221 
Flamma, F 228 ; 1 102 
Flammioa, F 237 
Flammious, F 239 
Flammigena, F 245 
Flammis, F 245 
Flarantias, F 223 
Flat, E335; F 241 
Flatu, B 31 
Flatus, F 231 
Flaaellum, F 248 
Flaaescit, F 252 
Flauum, F 214, 436 
Flebotoma, F 255 
Flecta, 891; G 174 
Flectere, p. 38, note 4 
Flectitar, I 381, 392 
Flegmata, F 216 
Fleuerat, L 329 
Flexio, D 37 
Flexum, P 49 
Flexaosus, F 232 
Floocus, F 235 
Floralis, F 243 
Florea, F 244 
Florentes, Z 4 
Floret, M 177 
Floribus, F 243 
Floris,B 192; 0116; F 251; 

G49 
Florum, B 88; F 244 
Fluctuans, F 234 
Fluotaat, E 459; F 238, 260 
Fluotus, A 153 ; E 305 
Fluemina, F 236 
Fluens, Int. 341; E 560; F 

213 
Flaentia, M 79 
Fluit, F 225 ; L 203 
Flumen, F 242, 420 
Flmninibns, F 240 
Fluminis, G 178 ; S 560 
Flnminmn, 282 
Flummoniam, F 240 
Flustra, F212; U 279 
Flutas, F 213 
Fluuiorum, 969 



156 



LATIN INDEX. FLU — FBO 



Flaniam, E 296 

Fluaias, A 116, 760; E 9; F 

70; H 124; 8 108, 482; T 

224 
Flazeraut, F 230 
Fluzit, F 224 
Fluxum, F 227 
Focaria, P 813 
FooUat, F 278 
FooolaribuB, F 280 
Fooalentnr, F 294 
Focom, A 768 
Foederatas, F 271 
Foederatus, F 134, 290 
Foedere, F 291 
Foederum, P 30 
Foedom, I 370 
FoeduB, F 266 
Foenus, F 129 
Foeta, P 516 
Foeton, F 130 
Foetor, N 114 
Foetore, A 712 
Foetorem, A 712 
Fogo. F 269 
Folia, G 32; H 129 
Foliatum, F 276 
Foliis, B 253 
Follebabulum, G 956 
FoUem, I 224 
FoUes, P 501 
FoUesoit, F 270 
Folligantes, F 287 
FoUis, F 306 
Fomenta, F284; S 612 
Fomenti, M 2 
Fomes, F 262, 295; H 5 
Fomis, F 292 
Fons, F 345 
Fonte, B 115 
Foragem, p. 54, note 2 
Forago, C 370 
Foramen, G 922 
Foramina, G 334 
Foramine, p. 99, note 2 
Foras, E44; F 293 
Foratorium, Int. 137 
Forax, G 547 
ForboB, F 297 
Forceps, F 286 
Forcifer, F 275 
Fordas, F 274 
Fore, F 283 
Foret, F 281 
Forfex, F 279 
Forfioes, F 263 
Fori, G 806 
Forioa, F 301 
Forinsis, F 299 
Forire, F 302 
Foris, E 44 



Forma, F 191, 307; I 842; 

T165 
Formaoopola, F 296 
Formas, F 272 
Format, E 55 
Formations, F 307 
Formatas, P 862 
Formicaleo, M 379 
Formicamm, M 379 
Formidat, T 132 
Formido, F 277 
Formidolosa, T 117 
Formonsam, L 109, 266 
Formosns, U 124 
Fomacula, F 289 
Fomaonlom, F 306 
Fornax, G 56, 459 
Fomicaria, 1 143; P 690 
Fomioem, F 273 
Fomioes, F 260 
Fomis, F 304 
Foro, F 299 
Fors, F 285 
Forsan, F 259 
Forsitan, F 259, 282 ; P 585 ; 

U300 
Fortem, B 237 
Fortes, A 70; U 100 
Fortex, F 300 
Fortio, A 133 
Fortioribas, P 469 
Fortis, Int. 336; B 114; E 

561; G138; H42, 54; N 

25; S502; U 80 
Fortissima, U 154 
FortiBsimus, S 532; U 220 
Fortitudinis, p. 1 ; Int. 13 
Fortitndo, Int. 116, 138, 234 ; 

H21; 294 
Fortium (for fontium), N 20 
Fortuitom, F 258, 265 
Fortuna, F 149, 256, 396 
Fortnnam, L 68 
Fortunatus, F 288 
Fortunum, F 265 
Forum, F 268, 303 
Fosa, G 490 
FoBforns, F 298 
Fossae, S 171 
Fossarias, U 88 
Fossatum, I 366; L 269 
Fotum, B 159 
FotuB, F 261 
Fouet, F 257, 264, 267 
Fractior, F 362 
Fraga, F 326 
Fragile, F 321 
Fragor, F 348 
Framea, A 830; F 344, 359 
Frangat, M297; N 34 
Frangent, P 481 



Frasi, F 311 
Frasin, F 323 
Frasis, F 335 

Frater , Int. 40 ; A 955 ; L 307 
Fratria, F 357 
Fratris, F 357; L 149 
FratueliB, F 318, 319, 320 
Frandare, M 6 
Fraude, F 127 
Fraadem, D 103; P 271 
Fraudor, P 762 
Fraudulenta, S 421 
Fraudolenter, F 356 
Fraus, G 888; D 219; F 158 
Fraxinus, F 327 
Fregit, F 346 
Frena, P 138 
Frenae, 259 
Frenat, F 328 
Frendat, F 334, 341 
Frendet, F 332 
Freniticus, F 330 
Frequens, G 316; D 108 
Freqaentant, A 916 
Frequentat, G 327 
Freqaenter, D 322, 372; F 

39, 98; I 443; L 97; M 

205; P 367; Q 8, 33; S 

145; U 24 * 
Frequenti, E 69 
Freqaentia, G 430; F 316 
Fretum, F 336 
FretuB, F 308, 310, 347 
Friabat, F 346 
Friat, M 350 
Fribolum, F 321, 340 
Fribula, F 322 
Frigas, G 63 
Frigat, F 309 
Friget, F 313 
Frigia, G 25 
Frigidom, G 57 
Frigidas, A 449 
Frigium, T 162 
Frigore, F 355; P 243; R 

197 
Frigorem, A 161 
Frigoriosns, A 458 
Frigos, A 423 
Friguit, A 474 
Frigula, F 363 
Frigus, I 234 
Fringella, F 331 
Friuola, F 360 
Friaolus, F 312 
Frixi, F 343 
Frixoria, F 361 
Frixum, F 325 
Frondet, G 641 
Frondosom, N 68 
Frons, 246 



LATIN INDEX. FRO — GAZ 



157 



Fronte, P 240 
Frontuosns, F 358 
Fronolns, F 314 
Fruotices, S 561 
Fractificatio, E 77 
Fractuosns, F 147 
Fracturus, F 353 
Fructus, H 129; M 18 
Frugalis, F 317, 333 
Frugalitas, P 114 
Frngalitatem, F 315 
Frogi,F93,354;S103 
Frugifer, Int. 97, 114 
Frugum, I 91 ; S 629 
Frugus, F 324 
Fruitur, N 29 
Fruiturus, F 353 
Frumenta, F 350 
Frumenti, A243;F87 
Frumentum, F 351 
Frumine, F 351 
Fruniscantur, F 349 
Franit§, F 366 
Fruor, P 484 
Frusta, F 338 

Fnistatur, F 337 

Frustratus, F 364 

Frntectmn, F 339, 342 

Frutex,C 287; Hill 

Frutioe, F 352 

Frutina, F 365 

Fruuntur, F 349 

Fuas, F 408 

Fuoat, A 648 

Fncata, F 425 

Fncatnm, F 188 

Fucinas, F 420 

FucuB, F 379 

Fudit, F 391, 406 

Fuert, A 70 

Fuga, T 50 

Fngiens, F 410 

Fugitifarins, F 410 

Fugitiuus, F 367 

Fnisaet, F 281 

Fuit, N 168 ; R 127 

Fulcimenta, F 400 

Fulcire, F 95 

Fulcra, F 389 

Fulgatores, F 421 

Fulgentia, B 139 

Fulgetum, F 409 

Fulgine, F 427 

Fulgor, F 409 

Fulgnrans, Int. 46 

Fulice, F 397 

Fulmine, A 403 

Fultare, F 416 

Fultum, £ 154; F 398 

Fultus, F 392 

Fuluum, F 214, 435 



Fuma, F 417 

FunaUa, F 377, 419, 426 

Functio, F 393, 401 

Functoria, F 415 

Functus, F 380, 402 

Funda, F 385, 422 

Fundat, F 390 

Fundi, F 375 

Fundit, L 192 

Fundo, F 439 

Fundus, Int. 136; F 376, 

411 
Funebraticius, F 423 
Funebre, F 394 ; N 54 
Funem, G 184 
Funera, F 437 
Funeratus, F 368 
Funere, F 395 
Fnnes, C346;R232 
Funesta, F 438 
Funestare, F 405 
Funestauere, F 387 
Funestissima, F 388 
Funestus, F 395 
Fungitur, F 432 
Fungor, F 399 
Fungus, F 384 
Funiculum, F 412 
Funix, F 382 
Funus, F 424, 428, 433 
Fur, C 444 
Furatus, P 245 
Furbum, F 374 
Furca, F 372 
Furcifer, F 373 
Furcimen, F 371 
Furcit, F 369 
Furent, S 674 
Furente, S 294 
Furentibus, F 431 
Furfures, F 386 
Furia, E283;F434 
Furibundus, F 429 
Furie, E 353 
Furiosus, A 19; L 231 
Furit, B 12 
Furta, 1 107 
FurtiuQ, F 396 
Furtum, P 339 
Furum, L 70 
Furunculus, T 3 
Furunous, F 383 
Fusa, F 407 
Fusarius, F 381 
Fusca, P 530 
Fuscinula, F 370 
Fuscum, A 714; R 224 
Fustarius, F 414 
Fustatus, F 413 
Fustes, M 182; T 303 
Fustibus, F 413 



Fusum, F 378, 430 
Fusus, F 440 
Futat, F 418 
Futile, F 403, 404 
Futura, F38;P490 
Futurus, A 366 

Qabalacrum, Q 33 
Gabar, C 190 
Gabarnas, G 17 
Gabea, G 29 
Gabrihel, Int. 138 
Gabulum, G 9 
Gacila, Int. 146 
Gaeometrica, G 1 
Galaad, G 12 
Galea, G 19 
Galeae, C 17, 822 
Galearia, L 222 
Galeatus, G 918 
Galeras, G 11 
GaUlaei, Int. 141 
Galla, G 7 
Gallacia, T 59 
GalU, B 73, 83 
Gallia, A 254 
Gallicum, B 73, 83 
Gallis, A 254 
Gallorum, G 37 
Gallus, G 191 
Galmaria, G 18 
Galmilla, G 22 
Galmulum, G 21 
Galmum, G 20 
Gamus, G 26 
Gane, G 24 
Ganea, G 5 
Ganeo, G 8 
Gannatura, G 6 
Gttnniret, G 2 
Garbas, G 15 
Gargarizet, G 3 
Garilum, G 27 
Garret, G 25 
Garriens, S 418 
Garrit,G4, 13;N89 
Garro, G 10 
Garrulitas, G 31 
Garrulus, G 10, 34; Q 35 
Garula, G 14 
Garus, G 32 
Gastrimargia, G 28 
Gat, Int. 144 
Gaude, E 327 ; M 117 
Gaudentes, O 292; P 63 
Gaudere, G 78 
Gaudet, A 933 
Gaudium, T 257 
Gauisi, G 66 
Gauli,G30 
Gaza, G 16 



158 



LATIN INDEX. OAZ — GLU 



Oazofsilaoio, P 55 
Qebelliomn, F 201 
QedeoD, Int. 140 
Gehenna, Int. 145 
Gehennon, Int. 145 
Gelidom, G 57 
Gelnm, G 69 
Gemellns, Int. 142 
Geminae, B 82 
GeminatuB, G 71 
Gemini, A 318 
Gemitas, Int. 326; G 71 
Gemma, A 442; D 365; O 

171 
Gemmae,H78;I3; S 94 
Gtemmasium, G 47 
Gemnasia, G 74 
Genas, G 63 
Genealogia, G 35 
Genelogia, T 137 
Geneo, G 23 
Gener, G 86 
Genera, B88;F 181 
Genera tio, G 35, 82 ; P 390 
Generationem, P 775 
Generator, G 60 
Genere, L 214; N 137, 159, 

171 
Generibus, B 106 
Generis, S 461 
Generositas, G 81 
Generosns, G 42 
Genesis, Int. 52 ; G 72, 79 
Genetrix, 869 
Genialis, G 50, 80 
Genibus, P344;U32 
Genice, Int. 143 
Genimina, G 82 
Geniminae, G 77 
Geniseulns, G 55 
Genista, G 52 
GenitaHs, G 59 
Genitina, G 61 
Genitiuam, N 42 
Genitiaiis, Int. 143, 238; G 

61 
Genitor, G60;P664 
Genitnra, C 769 
Genitns, 1 108 
Genium, G 38 
Gtennomae, G 75 
Gens, B 131 ; £ 295, 331 
Gente, G 53, 68 
Gentes, G 982 
Genthliatici, G 56 
Gentiles, E 317 ; G 56 
Gentilinm, S 422 
Gentis, S 92 
Gentium, Int. 8 
Genu, G 67 
Genua, G 67 



Gennino, G 62 

Genoinom, G 76 

Gennit, E 216 ; P 742 

Genus, A 104, 184, 243, 245, 
842, 515, 544, 686, 752, 
a54;B82,190; 25,51, 
86, 116, 191, 376, 844, 
928, 980; D 292, 357; E 
125, 130, 255; F 73, 87, 
93, 372, 397; G 30, 135; 
H 25, 52, 74; I 266, 525; 
L 134, 309; M 2, 58, 120, 
158, 171, 209, 221, 312; 
N 28, 140, 161; 153, 
169, 173, 248, 288; P 7, 
17, 81, 146. 156, 252, 354, 
514, 547. 558, 674; Rill, 
259; S 103, 151, 195,334, 
354, 360, 363, 369, 539; 
T 249, 276, 278; p. 87, 
note 1 

Genusia, G 64 

Geometra, G 39 

Geometricus, G 40 

Gere, G 83 

Geiens, F 402 

Gerit, C 171 

Geritur,D375; G 84 

Germen, Int. 229; G 49; 
S219 

Germinat, P 856 

Gerula, G 46 

Gerulus, G 73 

Gesa, G 37 

Gesoire, G 78 

G^erat, G 58 

Gesiae, G 70 

Gestamen, G 36 

Gestant, P 260 

Gestat, G 85 

Gestatio, G 43 

Gestatus, G 44 

Gestibus, N 177 

Gestit, G 65 

Gestitis, G 66 

Gestornm, A 84 

Gestu, N 185 

Gestimi, G 45 

Gestus, G 41, 54 

Gesum, G 48 

Geth, G 51 

Geumatrix, G 87 

Gibra, G 96 

Gigans, C 414; G 90 

Gigantes, T 93 

Gigantomacie, G 98 

Gigantum, G 98 

Gigneceum, G 97 

Gignendarum, G 38 

Gignentia, 45 

Gignit, S 30 



Gignitur, G 95 

Gilbus, G 99 

Gillus, G 91 

Giluus, G 88, 94 

Gingria, G 100 

GippuB, G 93 

Gipsus, G 92 

Girum, L 159 

Girus, C 388, 417, 421 

Git, G 89 

Glaber, G 109 

Gladia, A 154 

Gladiator, P 872 ; S 335 

Gladiatores, G 120; L 18 

Gladiatorum, L 14 

Gladiaturae, Glatiaturae, A 

349 
Gladii, A 106 (bis), 118; F 

66; M310 
Gladiolum,A598; G 113 
Gladius, F 61 ; M 222 ; B 229 
Gladonamur, G 130 
Glandes, G 101; 1509 
Glandi, H 129 
Glandula, G 118 
Glans, G 101 
Glarea, G 111 
Glatiaturae, see Glad- 
Glauco, G 125 
Glaucoma, G 108 
Glaucum, F436; G 117 
Glauous, G 233 
Glaunis, P 847 
Gleba, G 103 
Glebo, G 119 
Glebra, G 122 
Glebulum, Int. 147 
Glescit, G 123 
Glis, G 104 
GUscit, G 124 
Glitilia, G 114 
Globat, G 107 
Globosus, G 126 
Globus, G 105, 106, 110, 132 
Glomer, G 115 
Glomerat, G 127 
Glomoramur, G 131 
Gloria, Int 66; G 275 
Gloriae, H 150 
Glorificans, Int. 159 
Glorificat, I 281 
Gloriosi, 227 
Gloriosus, Int. 31 
Glos, G 129 
Glosa, p. 9 (heading); G 128, 

134 
Glosema, G 121 
Glumula, G 112 
Glus, G 116 
Gluten, G 133 
Glutinum, G 102 



LATIN INDEX. GLU — HEI 



159 



Glntto, A 242 
Gnarns, G 187 
Gnatns, G 186 
GnauuB, G 188 
Gnomen, G 135 
Qnoaaetk, G 139 
Gomer, G 140 
Goridus, G 141 
GothoHa, Int. 139 
GrabatuB, A 820 
Graoiles, C 880, 916 
GraoiU, P 471 
GradliB, E 367; G 155 
Gradatio, C 470 
Gradus, A 25 
Graffinm, G 169 
GraUus, G 154 
Gralorum, G 175 
Gramen, G 151 
Gramina, G 152, 163 
Grammatica« G 144 
Grana, C 386; T 186, 357 
Grandea, S 155 
Grandes, A556; C 400 
Giandeuufl, P 766 
Grandis, G 145 
Grassare, G 172 
Grassator, G 158 
Gratat, G 168 
Gratator, G 167 
Grates, G 170 
Gratia, Int. 118, 166; P 

823; U71, 91, 149 
Gratiam, G 147 
Gratiamm, E 341 
Gratioium, G 174; p. 38, 

note 4 
Gratificatur, G 147 
Gratiosior, F 62 
Gratis, G 146, 165 
Gratnita, Int. 145 
Gratuitiun, G 146 
Gratolat, G 168 
Gratnlator, G 167 
Gratns, G 80 
GranalA, S 212 
Graoatns, A 749; M 53; O 

172 
Grauis, 665; G 164; P 

362; Q7, 29 
Granit, C 387 
Grauiter, M 320 
Grecam, A 803 
Grece, p. 1; A 296, 306; G 

272,697; L 267 
Greci, A860; D8 
Greciae, E 106 
Greco, M 183 
Grecormn, G 176 
Grecum, G 97 
Greens, A 122 



Greditnr, G 160 
Gregalis, G 159 
Gregariorum, G 157 
Gregarium, G 148 
Gregatim, G 158 
Gregis, U 70 
Gremen, G 149 
Gremius, G 166 
Gressit, G 171 
Gressus, G 156; T 243 
Grex, G 150 
GriUns, G 143 
Gripem, G 142 
Gros, G 161 
Grossior, F 287 
GroBsitum, D 292 
GroBsns, B 2 
Gruis, G 162 
Gmnnire, G 178 
Gms, G 162 
Gubemaculi, G 485 
Gubemat, D 136 
Gnbematio, D 261; B 104 
Gnla, G 28; I 385 
Gulae, S 661 
Gulosns, G28; H 72 
Gumnaside, G 179 
Gonna, G 185 
Gurges, G 178 
Gnrgite, T 296 
GnrgoUo, G 180, 184 
Gurgustia, G 187 
Gnrgastiore, G 182 
Gurgustium, G 176, 177, 181, 

183 
Guttit, G 186 
Guttoris, G 889 
Gyllonem, B 27 
Gymnasia, G 190, 193 
Gynmasis, G 188 
Gymnicus, G 192 
Gymnos, G 189 

Habeat, G 38 

Habenis, H 37 

Habens, A 872; B 104; C 

407; D 10, 367; E 233; 

L29; P 481, 787, 858; S 

39,291; T103 
Habent, A 168; B 177; 

844; E 245; H 140; P 

481 ; S 66 
Habentibus, A 486 
Habet, A 499, 598; B 16, 

107; 364,704,753,886, 

947, 977; D 292; E 246, 

483; H 49; S 82, 378, 

466 ; T 221 
Habetns, E 541 
Habia, H 6 
Habile, H 38 



Habiloes, H 11 
Habitaonlum, Int. 336 
Habitans, B 209 
Habitant, L 283 
Habitat, H 50 
Habitatio, L 143 ; B 108 
Habitauit, 1 118 
Habitudines, H 14 
Habitudo, H 21 
Habitum, G 45, 146 ; H 17 
Habitus, H 109 
Habundans, A 335; D 321; 

L265; 181 
Habundant, A 363 
Habnndanter, A 213, 367 
Habundantiam, I 91 ; S 629 
Habundantissimum, B 157 
Habnndat, E454; M 267 
Habunde, A 861; L 86 
Habyssum, H 25 
Hac, D383; P 196, 287 
Hacrore, A 68 
Haeo, 77; H 2 (bis), 6, 7, 

29 
Haeiolat, H 9 
Halantes, H 28 
Halas, A 485 
Halat, H 27 
HaUbs, H 16 
Hamatum, H 26 
Hano, Int. 145 
Harena, H 40 
Harenae, H 22 
Hareolos, H 13, 15 
Harinuloes, H 18 
Harubdis, H 19 
Hanmdo, H 1, 20 
Haruspex, H 41 
Hasta, P 392, 416; T 211, 

353 
Hastae, 940; G37; S 48 
Hastilia, H 8 
Hane, H 12 
Haurio, H 82 
Hanrit, H 39 
Hansae, H 24 
Hause, H 28 
Hauserit, H 36 
Hausissent, H 10 
Hausta, H 30 
Haustum, H 31, 36 
Haut, H 3, 4, 33, 34 
Hebenum, H 52 
Hebescebat, H 55 
Hebesceret, H 57 
Hebetat, H 89 
Hebetos, H 60 
Hebitabit, H 58 
Hebitatns, H 66 
Hebitiores, H 84 
Heia, H 73 



160 



LATIN INDEX. HEL — HUM 



Hel, Int. 152 

Heliaona, H 66 

Helioe, H 77 

HeUdres, H 114 

Helleboras, H 86 

Helluo, H 61, 72 

HelBon, H 76 

Helno, H 47 

Helus, H 79 

Hemorrefl, H 74 

Hera, H 69 

Herba,B95; G964; D868; 

G152; S39 
Herbae, D 368; M 312, 313 
Herb§, A 104 
Herbifl, L 137 ; N 49 
Herbum, H 63 
Heroalanens, H 81 
Hercule, H 46 
Hercnlns, H 54 
Hereditas, C 440 ; H 70 
Hereditatis, E 486 
Heredium, H 80 
Hereon, H 71 
Heresearum, Y 6 
Hereses, T 13 
Heresifl, H 69 ; S 210 
Heretici, 1 16 
Hereticormn, G 25 
Heretious, E 295 
Hereum, H 45 
Heri, P 789 
Heribefonticon, H 67 
Heries, H 44 
Herinis, H 87 
Herma, H 82 
Hermafroditus, H 64, 88 
Hermafrodus, H 53 
Hermon, H 65 
Hero, H 70 
Herodins, H 83 
Heroioometron, Int. 151 
Heronalacah, H 68 
HerrQ, H 62 
Hersntum, H 85 
Hemgo, H 75 
Heromna, H 48 
HeruB, H 42 
Hesperias, H 43 
Henotropeum, H 78 
Hens, H 51 
Hiadas, H 104 
Hiameo, H 98 
Hiantes, H 112, 122 
Hiatos, H 100 
Hibema, H 94 
Hibemus, H 93 
Hibiscnm, H 101 
Hie, H97, 107, 111; I 14, 

492; S564 
Hicine, H 127 



Hiemant, H 94 
Hiemen, H 117 
Hieremeas, Int. 149 
Hieronia, H 120 
Hierusalem, Int. 145, 148 
Hub, E 261 
Hilarior, F 62 
HilariB, F 251 
HilaroB, G768 
Hilious, H 129 
Himeneos, H 113 
Himosus, H 109 
Hino, G754; H 115; S 551 
Hinoire, H 115 
Hinnitus, H 126 
Hipocrisin, H 92 
Hirous, A 551; T 168 
Hirobi, H 121 
Hironiam, P 239 
Hirribile, H 118 
Hirsi, H 103 
Hirsnti, H 103 
Hirsntns, H 91 
Hirtns, H 123 
Hirondo, H 106 
Hiscire, H 110 
Hisoit, H 102 
Hisoitnr, H 99 
Hispani, G 274 
Hispida, H 90 
Hispidnm, Int. 93 
Hispidus, H 91 
Hisseire, H 116 
Hister, H 124 
Historias, H 119 
Historious, H 119 
Histrio, A 870 
Histriones, H 95 
Histrionum, M 212 
HiBtriz, H 108 
Hinlca, H 96 
Hinlcas, H 105 
Hiulonm, H 125 
Hoc, H 132, 152; I 17, 18; 

L269;M15 
Hoc est, G 977 ; 271 
Hoctatus, H 141 
Holeris, F 73; 1266 
Holet, H 27 
Holido, H 146 
Holioglapha, H 139 
HoUtor, H 151 
HolocauBtom, Int. 150; H 

138 
Holor, H 134 
Holus, H63; L46;S336 
Homioidia, G 343 
Homioidium, G 54 
Hominem, D 292 
Homines, G 495, 804; E 

162; B163 



HominibnB, P 447 
Hominis, A 822; B 209; 

S273 
Hominum, A 821; G 576; 

D170; F174; S 74 
Homo. A 56, 611; G 407, 

979 ; D 292, 367 ; E 269 ; 

G 80 (bis); P 450; p. 92, 

note 4 
Homulis, H 149 
Homuncio, H 149 
Honera, S 66 
Honeraria, H 147 
Honesta, L 5 
Honor, D 325; F 240 
Honorat,A370; E 426 
Honore, I 435; N 165; B 

163 
Honorem, G 217 
Honores, G 647; P 810 
HonorifiouB, M 347 
Hora, H 136 
Horam, P 281 
Hor§, G 477 
Homo, H 137, 142 
Horomatis, H 131 
Horrenda, T 218 
Horreum, A 662 
Horribile, M 222 
Horridus, B 85 
Hortator, A 308, 384 
Hortnlanus, H 151 
Hortus, G 964 
HoruB, H 150 
Hob, H 135 
HoBce, H 133 
HoBcine, H 135 
Hospitalitas, F 159 
Hospitia, T 200 
Hospitinm, T 319 
HoBtia, A 387 ; H 140, 143 
HoBtiae, H 148 
Hostiarii, A 325 ; E 42 
Hostiarmn, E 469 
Hostibus, T 271 ; U 178 
Hostimentum, H 145 
Hostire, H 144 
Hostis, P 288 
HostispiciB, H 128 
Hostiom, M 74 
Hrema, H 153 
Hue, G 418 
Huius, S544; T 209 
Huiusoemodi, H 158 
Humanis, S 620 
Humanitas, L 173 
Humant, U 88 
HumanuB, P 738 
Homase, H 159 
Hnmatnm, H 157 
HumatuB, H 156 



LATIN INDEX. HUM — IN 



161 



Hnmeri, S 331 
Humeris, T 226 
Humida, M 84 
Hamidam, M 52; B 200 
Humilia, U 56 
Hamiliatas, D 139 
Humilis, E 440; G 176; 

S693 
Humor, A 449; U 236 
Humorem, S 30 
Humorea, C 876 
Hamnm, H 160; S 84 
Humus, L 197 
Hunc, H 165 
Huncciue, H 155 
Hunciue, H 161 
Huscide, H 154 
Hyadas, H 162 
HyaUnum, H 163 
Hydropicus, I 345 
Hydrops, I 346 
Hymeneos, H 164 
Hymnus, H 166 
Hyna, H 130 
Hyn§, H 166 

lacea, I 4 

lacintini, A 366 

lacintinis, P 561 

lacit, I 7 

lacob, Int. 158 

lacobi. Int. 223 

lactant, C 574 

lactantiae, P 389 

lactare, I 4 

lactatus, 1 11 

lacturas, I 6 

lactus, 1 11 

lacula, B 139 

lacularis, P 364; p. 92, 

note 4 
laculum, G48; 18 
lafeth, Int. 153 
lair. Int. 154 
lam, 12; L 269 
lambri. Int. 181 
lanitor, A 871 
lanua, P 500 
lanus, F 179 
lapix, I 5 
laram, 1 10 
lasitrosin, 1 1 
laspis, I 3 
laspix, I 9 
latha. Int. 175 
Ibe, M 265 
Ibi, B 117 
Ibices, 1 12 
loist, 1 14 
Iconisma, I 13 
lotum, M 242 



lotus, 1 15 

Id, 118; L 27; T 31 

Id est, p. 1 (bis); Int. 223 

(bis); A 26, 51, 168, 166, 

290,296,593, 821; B 60; 

185,642, 676,879,971; 

D12,83,292;E216, 611; 

F 98, 154; H 64; L 93; 

M71, 203, 321; N 56; P 

30; T 185, 357; U 61, 267 
Ideas, P 466 
Idem, Int. 223; G 60; 1 17, 

22; N 116; T 9; p. 82, 

note 2 
Edentidem, I 26 
Idi, 1 16 
Idicon, I 20 
Idida, Int. 301 
Idioma, 1 19 
Idiota, I 21 
Iditun, I 23 
Idoli, Int. 279 
Idolis, P 162 
Idolorum, D 201 
Idolura, D 4 
Idoneiia, 125; S 80, 95 
Idonius, A 223 
Idumea, I 24 
lechonias. Int. 179 
lecit, I 41 
lectato, E 370 
lemini, F 185 
leortasticai, I 40 
lepte. Int. 168 
lerion, I 43 
leroboam. Int. 180 
lesue, Int. 165 
lesus. Int.- 167 
leu. Int. 182 
lezrahel, I 42 
Igitur, I 28 
Ignarium, I 35 
Ignarus, 121, 33;T164 
Ignauus, D 326; I 31, 36 
Ignea, 129; S 495 
Ignem, L 61 
Igneus, B 109 
Ignibus, F 280 ; S 47, 73 
Ignis, Int. 124, 330; 77; 

E298;H6;L48;M326; 

U 62, 96 
Igni sacrum, I 27 
Ignita, I 29 
Ignite, T 141 
Ignitior, I 38 
Ignobilis, D 93 ; I 37 
Ignominiosa, F 360 
Ignosce, I 32 
Ignouit, I 30 
Igrius, I 34 
lir, I 39 



Ilia, I 44 

nia, I 47 

niacis, I 51 

niacus, I 53 

Ilibus, I 48 

nicet, I 46, 49 

nium, I 45 

niam, A 376 

lUe, E268;P555 

niic, I50;L9 

Illinc, I 52 

Illius, A 374 

Illo, A 442 

lUud, A 477 

Ima, F439; S 121 

Imaginarie, P 335 

Imaginarium, F 424 

Imagines, T 148 

Imago, C 179,512; E 54; I 
13 

Imbricibus, I 57 

Iminant, I 66 

Imitator, A 241, 293 

Imitatriz, E 168 

Immo, A 930; Q 51, 66 (nim- 
mo) ; S 243 

Immolate, A 70 

Immolatiuum, U 262 

Immolor, P 816 

Immunis, I 65 

Imnum, Int. 166 

Imo, L 129 

Impeditus, P 756 

Impellitur, T 284 

Imperat, F 27; I 443 

Imperator, D 282, 305; 1 286 

Imperatoris, A 457 ; C 797 

Imperio, D 239 

Impetu, A 398; I 65 

Impetus, B 225 

Impie, I 273 

Impiger, N 24 

Impleat, A 64, 698 

Implet, A 903; F 67 ; H 39 

Imus, I 54 

In, Int. 74, 279 ; A 60, 261, 
346, 353, 376, 392, 426, 
427, 630, 698, 663, 794, 
823, 831, 875 ; B 65, 94, 
128, 163, 192, 204, 209, 
214; C 8, 25, 171, 185, 
218, 222, 232, 322, 324, 
370,373,413 (biB),495 (bis), 
497, 621, 659, 753, 774, 
804,890,905, 964; D 23, 
37,54, 171, 173, 368; E 8, 
104, 417, 487, 602; F 20, 
78, 236, 239, 343; H 2; I 
66, 76 (bis), 85 (bis), 86, 
87 (bis), 88, 99 (bis), 118, 
138, 142 (bis), 143 (bis), 

11 



162 



LATIN INDEX, INA — IND 



145 (bis), 154 (bis), 167, 
196, 196, 198 (bis), 223, 
224 (bis), 226, 227 (bis), 
228, 234, 246 (bis), 252 
(bis), 265 (bis), 276 (bis), 
324 (bis), 335 (bis), 353 
(bis), 414, 418 (bis), 440 
(bis), 446 (bis), 454 (bis), 
458 (bis), 465, 467 (bis), 
468; L 52, 88, 124, 129, 
141,204, 269,342; M 207; 
N 37; O 102, 146, 207, 
220,282; P 55, 240 (bis), 
246, 249, 260, 271, 303, 
426, 463, 481 (bis), 577, 
620, 660, 661, 665, 689, 
696, 754, 794, 802, 862, 
882; Q 8, 79; R 37 (bis); 
8 39,47,66, 73, 121,218. 
281, 341, 490, 567, 620. 
682, 731 ; T 38, 120, 143, 
226, 259, 278, 351, 367 
(ter) ; U 138, 163 

Inaccessn, I 253 

Inalator, I 292 

Inane, G 160 

Inanem, I 489 

Inanes, F 403 

Inanis, Int. 272 

Inat, I 338 

Inanspicatus, I 332 

InbeciUis, I 431 

InbeUem, I 460 

Inberbes, E 83; I 200, 202 

Inberbis, L 142 

Inbit, I 303 

Inbnit, I 401 

Inbutum, B 207 

Incaluit, 1 184 

Incanduit, I 411 

Inoantata, I 367 

Incantator, M 67 

Incantatores, I 368 

Inoedens, A 376 

Incendimur, A 526 

Inoendit, A 195 

Incendimn, F 262, 361 

Incendunt, A 886 

Inceniae, I 81 

Incensum, T 331 

Incensns, B 35 

Inoentiua, I 71, 463 

Incentiaum, I 387 

Incentor, I 363 

Inoentores, I 70 

Inoerta, P 837 

Incerti, I 73 

Incerto, S 463 

Incessere, I 452 

Inoessit, G 171; I 448 

Incessum, I 295 



Incestare, 1 172 
Incestnm, I 273 
Inoestus, I 75 
Inohoata, O 244 
Incibus, I 329; P 161 
Incidere, I 462 
Incidit, H 102 
Incidunt, L 2 
InoUat, I 302 
Incipiam, O 235 
Inoipiente, Int. 183 
Incipit, 117; T 338 
Incipiunt, O 119 
Incisa, B 203 
Incisiones, Int. 78 
Incisum, Int. 77 
Incisnra, F 338 
Incitamenta, 1 141 
Incitet, S 508 
Inclamitans, I 459 
IncHbata, C 445 
Indinata, C 487 ; S 610 
Inclinatuin, S 586 
Inclinatus, D 127; P 769; 

S611 
Inolitum, I 436 
Inclusi, A 311 
Inclusit, A 32, 88; O 56 
Inceat, 1 169 
Incola, 1 138 
Incolae, C 631 
Incolome, B 79 
Incommodum, I 89 
Incommodus, G 852 
Incompti, I 389 
Inconditus, I 391 
Inconpositi, I 389 
Inconpositns, I 391 
Inconsissis, I 339 
Inoonstans, F 232 
Inoonstantes, B 158 
Inconsuetare, I 289 
Inorebruit, 1 156 
Increpare, O 49 
Inorepat, E 206 
Increpescit, 1 102 
Inorepitans, 1 127, 230 
Inorepuit,. 1 116 
Incnba, I 225 
Incubat, 1 158 
Inonbet, I 250 
Incubuit, P 772 
Inouda, 1 137 
Inculcat, I 243 
Incmnbens, A 152, 203; I 

322; N 106 
Incnmbere, I 277 
Inounabulnm, I 309 
Incuria, I 330 
Inourrentes, I 445 
Incurrit, I 448 



Incurms, I 378 
Inoursantes, I 445 
Incorsantibus, I 69 
Incnrsat, 1 105 
Incursati, I 312 
Incursatione, I 65 
Incnrsus, E 339 
Incaniis, U 248 
Incusa, I 379 
Incute, r 279 
Indagat, 1 183 
Inde, A712; 754; D 172; 

I 52, 108 
Indecorum, I 370 
Indefensus, I 428 
Indefferens, I 433 
Indegina, 1 108 
Indeginus, 1 118 
Indemnis, 1 182 
Indens, I 316 
Indeptus, 1 133 
Indere, I 296, 349 
Inderet, I 439 
Indesertum, I 249 
Indesinentes, B 161 
Index, C 306; 1 120, 216 
Indicat, 86 
Indicibilis, I 354 
Indiciis, I 67 
Indicio, 1 154 
Indicit, 1 125 
Indicium, A 941 ; I 386; M 

239 
Indidem, I 344 
Indidit, 1 153 
Indigenes, 191; S 629 
Indigesta, I 91 
Indigestae, I 206 
Indigestas, I 263 
Indigetes, I 328 
Indignans, D 353 
Indigne, A 299, 400 
Indignum, A 95 
Indignus, A 76 
Indigus, F 40 
Indipiscitur, I 323 
Indit, 1 130 
Inditas, I 213 
Inditum, 1 163 
Indolem, I 208 
IndoUs, I 260, 272 
Indoluit, I 359 
Indomatus, M 306 
Indomitam, 627 
Indomitus, I 427 
Indrutieans, I 77 
Indubiae, I 358 
Indultum, I 404 
Indumenta, I 358; P 495 
Induperator, I 286 
Indurat, T 226 



LATIN INDEX. IND — INM 



163 



Indostias, I 406 
Industria, 1 191 
IndustriuB, 1 171 : N 26 
Indutae, C736; P 495 
Indatiae, I 405 
Indutium, I 407 
Indutor, N 94 
Induzit, P 271 
Inebitabile, Int. 309 ; S 713 
Inebriari, S 351 
Inedia, I 267, 270 
Inefficax, I 36 
IneffrenatQ, F 366 
Ineluotabile, 1 176 
Inenarrabilis, I 354 
Inenodabile, I 450 
Inepte, 1399; S 283 
Inepti, I 449 
Ineptia, I 419 
Ineptias, 1 155 
Ineptns, I 412 
Inergiae, I 457 
Inergumenis, I 301 
Inergomenos, I 74 
Inermis, I 59 
Iners, I 170, 197 
Inertis, I 438 
Inennte, A 6 
Inexorabilis, I 392 
Inexpertum, 1 104 
Inexpiabile, I 426 
Inextricabilis, I 80 
Infactns, 1 157 
Infamis, I 435 
Infando, I 222 
Infandnm, 1 134, 393 
Infans, P 862 
Infantes, G 46; S 116 
Infantia, A 6; S 465 
Infanticulus, I 395 
InfantiQ, I 309 
Infantium, C 968; P 794 
Infantum, C 954 
Infastior, I 83 
Infastum, I 408 
InfaustuB, I 237 
Infectnm, I 422 
Infeotus, N 134 
Infelicior, I 83 
Inferaees, I 365 
Infere, H 71 
Inferi, H 45 

Inferiae, I 265, 305, 320 
Inferiorem, B 99 
Inferit, I 61, 177 
Inferni, Int. 252; M 108 
Infemum, E 277 
Infemns, A 920 
Inferorum, I 305; T 105 
Inferos, A 116 
Infessisti, I 364 



Infestat, 1 105 
Infestatio, I 97 
Infestationes, I 369 
Infestault, 1 114 
Infestissimo, I 100, 337 
InfestuB, 1 106, 129, 325, 400 
Infesns, I 325 
Infici, I 214 
Inficio, I 417 
Inficise, I 278 
Infidens, I 307 
Infima, A 18; 1 122 
Infimus, I 306 
Infinitum, H 118 
Infirma, A 31 
Infirmitas, G 127 
Infisor, I 307 
Infit, I 463 
Infitetur, I 382 
Infitia, I 333 
Infitiae, I 402 
Infitiandi, 1 189 
Infitior, I 284 
Infixis, I 86 
Inflase, I 278 
Inflase (= infra se?), I 282 
Inflatio, T 182 
Inflexibilitas, B 197 
Inflexuosus, I 381 
Inflictu, I 304 
Infortunus, A 337 
Infractus, I 211 
Infridat, I 268 
Infrigidat, A 475 
Infruotiueras, I 365 
Infructuosa, S 77 
Infruere, I 341 
Infrunitas, I 263 
Infula, I 98, 117, 420 
Infulae, I 425 
Infundere, I 311 
Infunderet, A 271 
Infusa, N 37 
InfuBceretur, I 95 
Infusus, D 38 
Ingeni, A 851 
Ingenia, A 146 
Ingeniosa, D 121 
Ingeniose, F 9 
Ingeniosus, D 354 ; S 7, 391 
Ingenium, C 537 
Ingens, E 202; S 458 
Ingentes, I 72 
Ingentia, C 234 ; O 222 
Ingenua, I 356 
Ingerit, I 61 
Ingesta, I 110 
Ingluuies, I 385 
Ingratus, 1 136 
Ingredior, A 252 
IngresBU, I 454 



Ingressum, 1 295 
Ingruentia, I 238 
Ingruerit, 1 149, 242 
Inhibentibus, I 455 
Inhiebant, 1 140 
Inhonestum, A 834; I 370 
Inians, I 78 
Inibitum, I 94 
Iniere, G 410 ; I 441 
Iniit, 1 169, 430 
Inimica, A 348 
Inimicatrix, A 348 
Iniqui, N 84 
Iniquitas, S 11, 198 
Iniquum, P 757 
Initia, G968; E 213; I 60; 

B 217 ; T 183 
Initiantes, A 894 
Initiatum, I 466 
Initiatus, E 455 
Initium, A 724, 911 ; G 49 
Iniuria, P 746 
Iniuriam, I 269 ; B 163 
IniurioBum, 1 180 
IniuriosuB, M 277 
Iniurium, 1 180 
Iniusti, N 132 
Iniuum, I 269 
Inlauare, 1341 
Inlecebra, I 384 
Inleoebris, 1 135 
Lileoebrum, I 249 
Inlectus, 1 162, 201, 447 
Inlegale, A 565 
Inlesum, I 361 
Inlex, 1 124 
InUbare, I 311 
InUbat, I 362 
Inlicebra, I 91 
Inlioiendo, I 384 
Inlicis, I 67 
Inlicitum, N 102 
InUdit, I 248 
InliBUB, G 207 
Inludentes, G 158 
Inludere, I 424 
Inludit, D 128 
Inluminans, Int. 154 
Inluminatio, L 302 
Inluminatrix, Int. 204 
Inluflor, F 337 ; P 66 
Inlustare, I 424 
Inlustrat, I 281 
Inluuies, I 88, 165, 232 
Inmaoulatus, p. 1 
Inmallones (for: in mallo 

nauis), G 373 
Inmaturi, A 191 
Inmaturus, A 109, 877 
Inmederatio, I 383 
Inmensa, G 21 

11—2 



164 



LATIN INDEX. INM — INS 



Inmensae, C 367 
Inmensum, I 429 
Inmerito, N 141 
Inminente, I 101 
Inminentia, I 238 
Inminere, I 93 
Inmitte, I 279 
InmoderatuB, E 59; I 280 
Inmoratnr, I 421 
Inmunditia, G 495; S 446 
Inmandus, E 464 
InmnneB) 1 152 
Inmunit, I 334 
Inmutare, A 110 
Innectitis, I 319 
Innitentes, I 207 
Innitimur, I 314 
Innitor, I 416 
Innixus, 1322,410; P 647 
InnobiUter, I 109 
Innocentem, I 396 
Innocentia, G 802 
Innotuit, I 350 
Innaba, I 388 
InobUnit, I 350 
Inobs, E 321 
Inola, I 111 
Inolescere, I 321 
Inolescit, I 315 
Inopiae, P 662 
Inopi§, P 840 
Inopimum, I 212 
Inopinato, I 220 
Inops, I 390 
Inorma, I 342 
Inormes, I 72 
Inormla, I 444 
Inous, I 329 
Inpactae, I 205 
Inpactu, I 304 
Inpantensium, I 298 
Inpatiens, I 247, 280 
Inpedimentum, 73 
Inpedit, O 134 
Inpediuit, I 68 
InpelluDt, D 132 
Inpendebat, I 194 
Inpendebatur, 1 188 
Inpendenis, P 751 
Inpendere, I 251 
Inpendit, I 66, 317 
Inpendium, I 398 
Inpenso, M 181 
Inpensum, I 258, 429 
Inpensns, I 432 
Inperator, M 278 
Inperimente, I 423 
Inperitat, I 443 
Inperitus, I 237 
Inpertit, 166,293; P 98 
Inpertitom, I 258 



Inpetendmn, I 375 
Inpetere, I 462 
Inpetigo, I 79 
Inpetrat, I 403 
Inpetu, I 242 
Inpetuant, I 262 
Inpingit, I 352 
Inpingnit, I 248 
Inpletam, F 101 
Inplicamur, I 314 
Inplaraberis, I 64 
Inplurat, I 308 
Inponente, I 423 
loponit, I 274 
Inpopolabile, I 361 
Inportanus, I 432 
Inposterem, I 217 
Inposterio, I 290 
InpoBtor, S 507 
InpoBtura, S 540, 567 
Inposuit, 1 153 
InpraoBBit, P 755 
Inpraesumptum, I 215 
Inprobat, I 283 
InprobnB, 1 148 
Inprofidns, P 585 
Inprouiso, E 427 
Inprouisu, I 96 
InprouiBHs, I 415 
Inpuberes, I 200 
Inpubes, I 202 
Inpugnare, I 452 
Inpugnatio, A 159 
Inpulor, I 62 
Inpulsi, A 105 
Inpolsor, D 250 
Inpalsore, I 210 
InpulBUs, C 694 ; T 250 
Inputare, S 621 
Inque, I 377 
Inquid, I 463 
InquienB, I 247 
Inquietude, I 84 
Inquietus, A 137 
Inquilini, I 244 
Inquilinis, I 245 
Inquinat, A 867; P 31 
Inquinatio, G 518 
InquinatuB, G 515 
Inquire, Z 7 
Inquirit, R 189 
Inquisitor, D 211 
InquitiB, I 297 
InrationabiliB, O 12 
Inrequiuit, I 313 
Inridunt, G 36 
Inrigatur, P 278 
Inripere, I 300 
Inritamentum, I 387 - 
InritaB, A 642 
Inritatus, I 139 



Inrogat, 1 177 ; P 478 
InruenB, 1 150 
Inruenti, S 248 
Inmissent, E 270 
Inruit, A402; 1299 
Inruptio, I 409 
InBanit, U 35 
Insanus, F 330; P 723; U 

101 
luBauoiabilis, I 360 
InBcitia, I 326 
InBcius, I 33 
luBecabilia, A 865 
luBectari, 1 121 
Insedit, 1 158 
Insegniter, 1 109 
Inseminata, I 357 
InBeminatum, I 327 
Insequi, I 121 
Inserens, I 316 
Inserere, I 296 
InBereret, I 439 
InBerit, 1 130 
Inseritur, T 268 
InBerta, I 357 
luBeruit, S 246 
Insidiae, G 180; P 813 
luBidias, 1 107 
InsigniB, 1 175, 309 
Insignit, I 434 
InBilitus, I 239 
Insimilae, O 140 
Insimulat, I 82 
Insimulatione, 1 187 
Insinuat, A 473; I 243 
InBinuo, I 351 
Insitum, I 327 
InsoleuB, I 92, 221 
Insolenter, I 289 
luBolentia, I 84 
Insolentione, I 257 
InBoleBcentibuB, I 112 
InsoleBcere, I 58 
InBoleBceret, I 209 
InsonauB, I 230 
InBontem, I 396 
InBonuit, 1 116 
InBperato, E 427; I 220 
luBpicare, I 181 
Inspirator, I 292 
Inspuri, I 73 
Instar, I 374 
Instare, I 93 
Instincta, I 442 
Instinctu, I 253 
Instites, 1 119 
Institutor, I 233 
Institutum, D 146; I 163 
Instrnat, I 380 
Instructi, G 64 
Instructio, A 741 



J 



LATIN INDEX. INS — INU 



165 



Instructionum, U 304 
Instructores, A 168 
Instruotus, Int. 62; A 50; 

C74; F308 
Instrnmentum, I 347, 380 
Insuescit, I 318 
Insula, E 260 ; T 351 
Insalae, Int. 169; S 669 
InsulQ, S 289 
Insultans, 1 144 
Insuper, 1 168 
Integerrimus, I 451 
Integre, S 279 
Integritas, S 238 
Integritate, I 451 
Integro, O 266 
Integrum, S 403 
Intellectui, A 776, 863 
Intellectum, A 848 
InteUegis, S 269 
InteUegit, A 633; H 41; B 

44,45 
InteUexerunt, G 625 
Intelligere, A 413 
Intemperantia, I 166, 257, 

285 
Intemperata, 1 193 
Intemperatum, I 310 
Intemperies, 1 179 
Intemperius, I 383 
Intempesta, 1 192 
Intempestiua, 1 193 
Intempestiuum, 1 164 
Intempestum, I 310 
Intendit, A 887 
Intendunt, A 821; G 587, 

808 
Intentant, I 259 
Intentat, I 274 
Intentio, I 256 
IntentioBUB, P 292 
Inter, G 904; D 172; 1128, 

218, 366; L 269 
Interamen, 1 115 
Interanaglyffa, 1 146 
InteraBile, 1 146 
IntercalareB, I 90 
Intercalat, I 240 
Intercalcat, I 287 
Intercapidine, I 373; L 268 
Intercapido, I 219, 437 
Intercepit, I 173, 174 
Interoeptio, 1 132 
Interceptum, 1 131 
Interceptum est, 1 186 
Intercessisse, I 203 
IntercesBum, I 178 
Interolusit, I 68 
Interous, I 346 
Interousus, I 345 
Interdicit, 1 160 



Interdictum, 1 178 
Interdiu, I 128 
Interdum, F 367 
Interesse, A 155 
Interfector, A 182 
Interfectus, P 26 
Interfioere, E 79 
Interficit, C 633 
Interiecta, I 291 
Interiectio, I 437 
Interiectionis, A 411 
Interim, I 126; T 28 
Interior, E 563 
Interiora, A 270; I 159; P 

363 
Interire, I 203 
InterituB, U 4, 33 
Interius, I 306, 336; U 240 
Interlinitus, I 185 
Interlitam, I 204 
Interlitus, 1 185 
Intermina, 1 291 
Interminat, 1 160 
Intermittit, I 240, 287 
Internicium, I 461 
Intemo, A 712 
Intemodia, I 264 
Internuntia, I 397 
Intemuntius, I 63 
Interpellare, 1 190 
Interpellat, A 262 
Interpola, I 241 
Interpolat, I 261 
Interpolata, I 340 
Interpolauit, I 288 
Interponit, G 568 
Interpositio, I 90 
Interpraes, I 63 
Interpraetatio, p. 3 ; A 301 ; 

F 335 ; M 124 
Interpretatio, G 121 
Interrez, I 331 
Interrogamini, G 703 
Interrogatio, E 280 
Interrupit, I 288 
Interruptis, G 21 (for the 

wrong uel ruptis) 
InteruaUo, E 511; L 268, 

269 
Interuallum, I 366, 405; 

L269 
Interuenit, D 238 
Interuentu, 1 199 
Intestabilis, I 271 
Intestinis, E 469 
Intestinum, B 79; I 103, 

113, 371 
Intexunt, I 123 
Intibus, I 266 
Intima, P 577 
Intimandum, I 469 



Intimum, G 76; 1103 
Intollerabilis, D 292 
Intomus, I 336 
Intonuit, G 892 
Intra, B 92; G 683; M 70 
Intractabilis, 1 151 
Intransmeabili, I 456 
Intrat, S 615 
Intrauit, S 616 
Intresio, I 351 
Intrinicio, I 413 
Introductio, D 366 
Introrssum, I 394 
Introuersum, I 394 
Intuens, P 258 
Intuitu, O 18 
Intula, 1 147 
Intulisti, I 364 
Intus, P 481 
Inuadere, I 289 
Inualescente, G 870 
InueotuB, I 275 
InuectuB sum, I 294 
Inueni, I 294 ; N 6 
Inueniretur, N 21 
Inuenit, N 134 
Inueniunt, O 187 
Inuentor, B 220 
InuentuB, G 615; N 4 
Inuestigat, 1 183 
Inuestis, I 343 
Inuestus, A 402 
Inueterare, I 348 
Inuicem, U 165 
Inuident, I 231 
Inuidia, F 4 
Inuiolata, A 8, 21 
Inuiolatum, I 215 
Inuise, 92 
Inuisere, I 254 
Inuisus, I 229 
Inuitans, A 289 
Inuitia, L 184 
Inulte, I 428 
InultuB, I 161 
InuluB, I 464 
Inundat, I 372 
Inundatio, I 376 
Inuocaberis, I 64 
Innocat, I 308 
Inuolata, A 40, 60 
Inuolem, I 355 
Inuoluco, I 236 
Inuoluous, I 235 
Inuolutis, I 319 
InuolutuB, P 254 
Inurit, A 866 ; B 31 ; U 10 
Inutile, I 399 ; S 219 
Inutilia, F 322 
Inutilis, G 852 ; I 438 
InutiUter, N 202 



166 



LATIN INDEX. lOA — LAB 



loaohas, Int. 177 

loachim, Int. 178 

loas, Int. 174 

loatham, I 471 

lob, Int. 162 ; I 473 

locatur, D311; G 26; 1477 

locista, I 477 

locondiBsime, S 451 

looondum, A 521; F 187 

locnndus, F 6 

locus, F 54; 1483 

loel, Int. 183 

lohannes, Int. 166 

lolia, I 476 

loluernnt, I 470 

lona, Int. 184 

lonatha, Int. 171 

loram, Int. 173; I 475, 478 

lordanis, I 472 

losaphath, Int. 172 

loseph, Int. 161 

losias, Int. 176 

Iota, I 474 

louem, I 479 

lones, I 509 

louis, F 242 

Iperbolicns, I 480, 481 

Ipochrita, Int. 155 

Ipsa, D 292; F 85; G 43; 

I 529; L 336; Q 67; T 357 
Ipsae, Int. 78;P481 
Ipse, Int. 182, 189, 223; 

A 611; D 251, 292; 122; 

T103 
Ipsi, A 25 ; H 152 
Ipso, S 417 

Ipsum, M189; T 31; U 63 
Ir, I 486 
Ira, G2; 1484 
Iracnnde, S 674 
Iracundia, I 488 
Iraoundiam, E 502 
Iracnndus, F 132 
Iracnntia, D 168 
Irarum, C 139 
Irascens, S 663 
Irascetur, S 607 
Irasdtar, B 182 
Irata, T 345 
Irati, A 142 
Iratus, F 429; M 213; S 

271 ; T 232 
Iris, I 482, 485 
Ironia, I 483 
Irridabant, I 487 
Irritum, I 489 
Isaac, Int. 157 
Isachar, Int. 160 
Isai, Int. 169 
Isca, I 491 
Iscit, I 492 



Isic, I 490 

Isignit, I 495 

Ismahel, Int. 163 

Israhel, Int. 164 

Iste, Int. 119, 213 ; H 127 ; 

I 22 
Istic, I 493 
Istinc, I 494 
Isto, I 494 
Istos, S 544 
Istuc, I 496 
Isymerinos, A 296 
Ita, I 498 ; P 379 
ItaUa, A952; S 105 
Italiae, E 296; F 420; S 

108 
Italicxmi, B 76 
Itane, I 498, 500 
Itaque, I 28 ; P 256 
Itarariom, G 71 
Itenerarium, I 499 
Itenere, A 376, 398 
Iter, A 657; B 116; H107; 

I 499 ; O 128 
Iterarimn, E 320 
Iterata, P 111 
Iteratio, D 155, 349 ; M 54 
Iteratmn, P 72, 112, 151 
Itemm, 495, 677; D 61; 

I 26 (bis); B 35 
Itore, I 497 
Inbar, I 521, 531 
lubilati, C 742 
lubilmn, I 503, 520 
lucnndus, H 15 ; L 111 
luda, Int. 159 
Indas, Int. 223 
Index, G340; E 41 
ludicaUs, C 270 
Indicanis, S 279 
ludicaret, A 230 
ludicaria, P 622 
ludicat, G 761, 854; I 443 
ludicatur, P 620 
ludicem, A 457 
Indices, A 499; G 389; L 

228; P 576 
ludici, S 238 
Indicia, U 3 
Indicibus, A 111 
ludicio, S 678 
Indicium, Int. 80, 84, 172; 

P151, 620; 8 164,441 
ludico, G 294, 330 
ludith. Int. 170 
luga, I 502, 524 
lugarat, I 519 
lugem, A 410 
lugia, I 517 
lugis, I 515 
luglantes, I 509 



Ingulat, I 514 

lugum, I 501, 522 

luiius, Q 53 

lumpemm (for iuniperum), 

1525 
lunctis, U 32 
lunctura, I 523 
luncus, I 530 
lungetum, I 510 
lungit, 1315; P 153 
lungula, Int. 185 
lunguntur, B 115 
Iuniperum, I 508 
lunxerunt, G 356 
lura, P 543 
luramenta, M 154 
lurare, D 96 
lurat, D 34 
luratio, F 266 ; I 513 
lure, I 504 
lurgat, I 516 
lurgium, 1518; U 29 
Inns, G 804 
lurisconsultus, I 507 
lurisperiti, I 512 
lurisperitus, I 507 
Ins, G 569; M 322 
lusiurandum, E 47; I 513; 

P550 
lussit, S 28 
luste, I 504 
lustij&cati, Int. 297 
lustificatus, Int. 339 
lustum, N 57 

lustus. Int. 209, 295; G 302 
luuat, F 267; I 606 
luuauit, I 511 
luuenalia, I 528 
luuencus, I 505 
luuenilia, I 528 
luuenis, G 47; P 858, 863 
lunentus, I 526, 527, 529; 

P857 
luuentutem, I 208 
luuenum, I 527 
luxta, Int. 145; G 663; E 

273; F 114; P 518, 564, 

719 

Ealende, N 53 
Eyrieleison, Int. 186 

Laban, Int. 188 
Labat, L 81 
Labentium, A 669 
Labes, L 62 
Labiles, L 320 
Labitur, L 78, 193 
Labo, L 83 
Labor, H 48; L 38 
Laborare, D82;N95 



LATIN INDEX. LAB — LEO 



167 



Lahore, M 181 
Laboriosa, Int. 193 
Laboris, E 155 
Laborum, O 200 
Labos, L 38 
Labmm, L 4 
Labmsca, L 51 
Lacenosa, L 1 
Lacerat, L 17, 97 
Laoeratum, L 89 
Lacerna, L 15 ; P 246 
Lacerta, L 45 
Laoertae, B 209 
Lacerti, L52;T223 
Lacertor, Int. 191 
Lacertum, L 71 
Lacessere, L 96 
Lacessit, L 19 
Lacessitns, L 32 
Lacesso, L 34 
Laciniosum, L 89 
Lacinosum, L 57 
Lacisca, Int. 192 
Lacte, E 126 
Lactescit, L 97 
Lactis, M 370 
Lactuca, L 39 
Lacunar, L 40 
Laconaria, L 28 
Laoos, N 50 
Ladascapiae, L 93 
Laena, L 80 
Laeta, G 187 
Laetans, U 128 
Laetare, T 241 
Laetitia, A 469 
Laetus, G 34 
Lagoncola, L 41 
Laioi, E 6, 250 
Lambens, Int. 29 
Lambiens, A 507 
Lamentationibus, T 274 
Lamentator, H 9 
Iiam6n[tum], S 524 
Lamia, L 29 
Lamina, B 193; P 240 
Lampades, L 53; T 110 
Lampadis, Int. 241 
Lampas, H 29 
Lamsta (for lanista), L 14 
Lana, B 110; L 64, 84 
Lanae, L 3 ; P 289 
Lances, L 13 
Lancinat, L 58 
Lancia, L 42 
Lancola, Int. 197 
LanQ, H 25 
Langaens, L 282 
Languescens, E 438 
Languet, M 104 ; T 197 
Languida, E 66 



Languor, M 103 
Laniat, L 22 
Lanio, L 17 
Lanioses, L 2 
Lanistae, L 18 
Lanistarum, L 75 
Laniuas, L 22 
Lanterna, L 23, 95 
Lantemum, L 63 
Lanucar, L 37 
Lanugine, L 64 
Lanugo, L 3; P 22 
Lanx, L 36 
Laogoena, L 21 
Lapanas, L 43 
Lapatium, L 44 
Lapicedina, L 72 
Lapidaria, D 355 
Lapide, A 442 ; M 342 
Lapidem, E 8 

Lapides, A 168; P 505 ; S 66 
Lapidis, A245, 442;G90 
Lapidum, A 147, 879; C 

320; L 26 
LapiUus, S 140 
Lapis, C 127; H 145; L 72; 

M 11, 96; O 22; P 17; S 

17, 633; T 103, 198; p. 

72, note 2 
Lappa, L 54 
Laptuoae, P 432 
Laquear, L 35 
Laquearia, L 7, 27, 87 
Lar, L 5 
Larba, L 69 
Larbula, L 11 
Larem, L 61 
Lares, L 60 
Largioris, D 158 
Largitas, M 333 
Largius, £ 208 
Largus, F 333 ; L 185 ; P 583 
Laris, L 48, 59 
Laruae, L 221 
Lams, L 50 
Las, L 47 

Lascinae, G 673; L 12 
Lasciuia, L 67, 279 
Lasciuiosum, P 81 
Lascinus, P 226 
Laser, L 46; (see Z 5) 
Lassatus, M 53 
Lassus, A 820 
Lata, p. 1 ; L 66 
Latas, D10;E233 
Latebra, L 82 
Latens, A 74 
Laterculus, L 9 
Latere, A 66; D 138; E 409; 

L20, 77, 124, 208;M129 
Latericia, L 20, 79 



Latescere, L 77 
Latet, L 88 
Latex, B 22 ; L 56, 88 
Latibulum, L 74 
Laticis, L 73 
Latine, p. 1 ; E 209 
Latini, D 359 ; B 223 
Latinum, A 451; D 15; I 

395 
Latiores, A 61; D 17 
Latitiae, L 140 
Latitudo, Int. 153, 249, 265 
Latomi, L 26 
Latona, L 94 
Latorum, I 502 
Latrant, B 41 
LatratuB, Int. 227 ; L 90 
Latrina, F301; L 30, 85 
Latrinas, F 301 
Latro, N 120 
Latrocinium, B 112 
Latronum, L 65 
Latuit, D 182; O 67 
Latum, S 121 
Latumis, I 335 
Latur, L 76 
Laturus, L 8 
Latus, L 49, 55 
Lauaorum, G 179 
Laudabilem, P 23 
Laudabilibus, P 77 
Laudae, L 31 
Laudando, E 24, 228 
Laudandum, A 260 
Laudans, Int. 170 
Laudant, E 67 
Landariulus, L 91 
Laudate, Int. 19 
Laudauit, P 798, 799 
Laude, P 767 
Laudem, D 18; U 264 
Laudes, T 147 
Laudis, I 520 
Lanema, L 65, 70 
Lauescit, L 68 
Lauriatus, P 105 
Laus, H 150, 165 ; P 83, 317, 

836 
Lduticiae, L 24 
Lautissime, L 86 
Lautum, L 10 
Lautumiae, L 6, 25 
Lautuminia, L 92 
Laxhe, L 16 
Lazarus, Int. 190 
Lebes, L 101 
Lebetas, L 102 
Lecebra, L 112 
Lecta, T 282 
Lecti, G 50; T 226 
Lectica, L 151 



168 



LATIN INDEX. LfiC — LIM 



Lectidiclatum, L 133 
Lectio, P 235 
Lectonim, P 694 
LectuHs, T 259 
Lectulum, S 522 
LectuluB, G 451 
Lectum, P 124; O 176; P 

866 ; S 471 
Leotus, L 137 
Ledo, Int. 196 
Legat, L 144, 145 
Legati, P 727 
Lege, A 105 ; F 291 
Legem, P 748 
Legend!, A 960 
Legentium, L 271 ; N 26 
Legerat, L 119 
Leges, S 109 
Legimus, S 197 
Legio, L131; P 379 
Legifl, 1)155; P 385, 732 
Legislatio, T 73 
Legit. L 118 
Legitima, P 857 
Legitime, Int. 75 
LegitimoB, Int. 333; P 858 
Lego, L 146 
Legula, L 122 
Legumen, L 128 
Legominis, L 134; M 209; 

S334 
Legant, L 202 
Leguntur, G 192 
Lembum, L 121, 129 
Lembus, L 123, 154 
Lemociniat, L 153 
Lemurimn, L 140 
Lena, L 105 
Lenam, L 125 
Lendina, L 127 
Lenirent, L 155 
Lenit, L 152; M 360; P 716; 

p. 97, note 2 (bis) 
Leniter, M 298 
Lenitur, D 168 
Leno, C152; L 141 
Leno, L 139 
Lenocinantes, L 108 
Lenocinium, L 117, 143 - 
Lenones, A 250; L 98, 103 
Lens, L 134 
Lenta, L 107, 110 
Lenticnla, L 147 
Lenticulum, L 124 
Lentis, L 128, 134 
Lentum, L 138 
Leo, M 379 
Leonis, H105;B248 
Leopardus, L 227 
Lepidum, L 126 
Lepidus, L 99 



Leper, L 100 

Leporis, L 135 

Leptis, L 149 

Lepns, L 111, 135 

Lermentmn, L 152 

Lerna, L 104 

Leda, L 136 

Lesta, L 150 

Lesus, L 106 

Letamen, L 120 

LQtitia, G 31 

Leuem, L 109, 266 

Leues, F 403 

Leoi, Int. 194, 223 

Leoiathan, L 115 

Leuigatis, L 132 

Leuir, L 130 

Lenis, L 142 

Leuita, Int. 195 

Leoitas, I 166, 285 

Leuius,.E 208 

Leuois, S 146 

Leumn, L 113 

Lex, Int. 83; A 110, 827; 

L 116; P 575 
Lqz, Int. 323 
Lexis, L 114 
L§xiua, L 33 
LexoB, L 148 
Lia, Int. 193 
Libae, L 157 
Libamina, A 238 
Libare, L 162 
Libat, L 192 
Libauit, L 206, 207 
Libbeus, Int. 223 
Libenter, C 38 
Liber, Int. 68, 256; B 1; C 

682; D 253; L 186 (bis), 

204 
Libera, A 38; 1356 
Liberales, L 202 
Liberalis, L 185 
Liberalitas, L 173, 244 
Liberandom, A 263 
Liberatorum, L 205 
Liberatus, C 216 ; F 380 
Liberi, L 202; U 30 
Libertabus, L 177, 214 
Libertatem, A 616; L 245; 

R249 
Libertini, L 205 
Libertis, L 214 
Libertus, L 233 
Liberum, B 5; S 95 
Libidines, A 227 
Libitina, L 226 
Libitorium, Int. 198 
Libor, L 165, 184, 189; U 

173 
Libramentum, L 163 



Librant, M 268 

Librantes, L 216 

Libraries, L 246 

Librat, L 188 

liibratio, L 163 

Librato, S 678 

Libratores, P 248 

Libri, Int. 256; C 82; F 11, 

20 
Librorum, Int. 257; B 101 
Libros, A 779 ; D 348 ; L 246 
Librmn, T 208 
Libuma, L 252 
Libumioes, L 164 
Lice, L 223 
Licensiosum, P 81 
Licentem, L 199 
Lioentia, F 71 
Licet, L 225; Q9 
Licetor, L 181, 232 
Licia, L 250 
Liciatorium, L 178 
Licidus, L 210 
Lioitatio, L 225 
Licitator, L 215, 230 
Licium, L 249 
Lictores. L 167, 228 
Lidiae, L 194 
Lidoria, L 175 
Lien, L 172 
Ligant, E 245 
Ligantur, B 101 
Ligaretor, F 31 
Ligari, U 156 
Ligata, N 88 
Ligatio, T 77 
Ligatmn, N 93 
Ligatur, U 34 
Ligatura, A 143; N 90 
Ligatus, D 205 
Ligna, 52; H97; R 210; 

S66 
Lignarium, Int. 199 
Ligneum, L 270 
Ligni, C928; F 372; H 62; 

1525; L309; 0153,248, 

288; 8 360,539 
Ligno, 185; L 290; 8 631; 

T 120, 357 
Lignorum, L 236; R 216 
Lignum, E 292 ; R 263, 255; 

8 639; T 136 
Ligones, L 161 
Lignstrom, L 169 
Lihargum, L 247 
Liis, L 212 
Lima, L 152, 251 
Limatum, P 621 
Limax, L 180 
Limbum, L 159 
Limbus, L 243 



LATIN INDEX. LIM — LUD 



169 



Liminium, L 174 
Limis, L 201, 238 
Limpha, L 160, 229 
Limphaticus, L 198 
Limpidat, 84, 146 
Limuraae, L 221 
Limns, L 197, 239 
Linchini, L 240 
Linois, L 220 
Liaea, C13; E 233; F422; 

L248; S483 
Linebat, L 158 
Lineum, E 78 
Lingit, L 219 
Lingua, C 28; E 499; G 

128. 134 
Linguae, 1 19 
Linguam, B 16 
Linguidus, 1 431 
Lingula, L 237 
Lingurrit, L 219 
Lini, 373 
Liniae, G 222, 324 
Liniamentum, L 195 
Liniebat, L 158 
Liniendo, L 124, 176 
Linifator, L 231 
Linimenta, L 196 
Linionis, L 156 
Linit, L 195 ; M 354 
Liniuit, L 158 
Lino, L 158 
Linquid, L 191, 241 
Linteamina, 226 
Linter, L 235 
Lintris, L 253 
Linx, L 227 
Liquamen, G 32 
Liquentes, L 171 
Liquet, L 242 
Liquidae, L 187 
Liquide, L 242 
Liqaidum, L 182 
Liquitur, L 193, 203 
Liquor, E 114 
Liquoria, L 73, 187 
Lita, I 224 
Litare, L 190 
Litat, L 213 
Lite, L 212 ; U 29 
Litescere, L 208 
Lithos, p. 72, note 2 
Liticen, L 179 
Liticines, A 347, 349 ; L 209 
Litigat, A 453 ; 1516; U 18 
Litis, L 212 
Lititer, L 199 
Litotes, L 168 
Littera, Int. 95; A 685 
Litteralis, G 144 
Litterari, L 289 



Litterarum, L 271 ; O 265 

Litteras, A 556; L 202 

Litteris, A 499 

Littoris, S 310 

Litui, L 218 

Lituo, L 179 

Lituos, L 234 

Litura, L 176 

Lituus, L 183, 200 

Liuida, L 170 

Liuido, L 224 

Lixa, L 211, 222 

Lixae, L 217 

Lixarum, A 882 ; P 482 

Lixiones, L 166 

Lobe, L 260 

Loca, A 560, 816 ; C 33, 192 ; 

D 381; G 187; M 84; P 

24, 689, 859; S 25, 26, 

318 ; T 72 ; U 56, 289 
Locatur, C 42 
Loci, A 525, 677, 738; F 

272; 1468; R177; T203 
Locis, 176; L 269 
Loco, A 500; C 319; 1 118, 

494; M 191; R 123; T 

270; U203 
Locum, N 194; P554;R99; 

T270 
Locuples, L 265 
Locus, Int. 57; A 346, 424, 

615, 678, 734, 741, 787, 

960; B 201; C 181, 495, 

683, 804, 978; D 176, 338; 

E 162, 276, 415(bis); F 

239, 342, 423 ; G 178, 192 ; 

L 72, 82, 269, 324 ; N 10 ; 

P 140, 149, 802; S 114, 

623; T194; U 47 
Locusta, Int. 42; L 262 
Locustae, B 190; S 151 
Locutio, A 561; P 698 
Locutiones, 159 
Locutus, A 365; E58, 455; 

F72; 245 
Locutus est, P 824 
Lodix, L 261 
Loetalis, L 263 
Loetiferum, L 267 
Logion, L 258 
Logus, L 257, 264 
Loica, L 254 
Lolium, Int. 340 ; L 255 
Longa, L 268; P 763; S 4, 

284 
Longas, C 947; D 292 
Longe, A 28, 29, 66, 78 ; H 

3; P 310, 683, 712 ; U 239 
Longeuitas, E 357 
Longinquum, D 241 
Longior, G 354 



Longitude, Int. 231 

Longius, R 113 

Longo, L 268, 269 (bis) 

Longos, U 254 

Longum, G 133, 407; P635 

Loquaz, Int. 85 ; E 141 

Loquendi, G 950 

Loquendo, A 712 ; N 202 

Loquendum, I 393 

Loquens, A 219 

Loqui, G627; E 74; F 18; 

H 110, 116 
Loquitur, G 848; E 76; F 

41; H 35; P 776 
Loquor, N 80 
Lorium, G 274 
Lorum, B 37 4 
Loth, Int. 187 
Lotium, L 256 
Lotum, L 259 
Lubricat, D 134; L 78 
Lubrices, L 320 
Lubricus, L 321 
Lucan, L 295 
Lucanica, L 294 
Lucar, L 303, 306 
Lucas, Int. 189 
Lucem, G 904 
Lucernae, L 23, 27, 240 
Lucemarum, F 426 
Lucet, G77; E 175; N 105 
Lucidum, P 266 
Lucifer, R 64 
Lucifuga, L 280 
Lucis, B 145 ; P 458 
Lucius, L 292 
Lucor, L 274 
Lucra, G 604; Q 11 
Lucrosus, Q 32 
Lucrum, E 155 
Luctantur, S 114 
Luctare, 1 176 
Luctatoria, P 91 
Lucte, P 140 
Luotuosa, F 437 
Luctuosum, F 394 
Luctus, Int. 6 ; G 71 
Lucubrantes, L 286 
Luculentas, S 466 
Luculentum, L 284 
Luculum, L 270 
Lucumones, L 299 
Lucus, L 308, 324; P 332 
Ludarius, L 298 
Ludens, B 10 
Ludi litterari, L 289 
Ludi scenici, L 288 
Ludibrium, L 319 
Ludicra, E 487 
Ludum, T 249 
Ludus, G643; L 271 



170 



LATIN INDEX. LUE — ^MAN 



Luebant, L 318 
Luere, L 318 
Lues, L 327 
Lugabria, F 144 
Lugnlre (for lagubre), F 405 
Loit, L 316 ; P 293 
Lnitia, L 300 
Lumbare, L 287 
Lombrioas, L 304 
Lumbolos, L 335 
Lmnbus, L 328 
Laminaribus, T 136 
Lmninis, £ 14 
Luna,G383; G105;M210; 

N156 
Lnnae, M 136 
Lunulas, L 277 
Lupa, Int. 192; L 333, 338 
Lupanar, L 283 
Lupatis, L 293 
Lnpea, L 285 
Lupercal, L 325 
Lupercales, L 317 
Lupercalla, L 336 
Luperci, L 317 
Lupi, L 220 
Lupinare, L 334 
Lupinaria, L 285 
Lupus, L 297, 332 
Lurcones, L 275 
Lurdus, L 296 
Lurica, T 196 
Luridam, L 301 
Luridus, L 273 
Luscina, F 190 
Luscinia, A121; L 330 
LuBcinius, L 331 
Luscis, M 287 
LuBcus, L 272 
Lusit, L 276 
Lusitatatio, L 278 
LuBor, A 466 
Lusorius, P 332 
Lussus, L 307 
Lustra, L 314 
Lustrat, L 313, 323 
Lustrato, L 290 
Lustro, L 281 
Lustrum, L 302, 310, 322 
LusuB, L 278 
Lutere, L 79 
Luteum, L 305, 315 
Luto, L 301 
Lutosa, S 25 
Lutraos, L 291 
Lutum, G 29 
LutuB, L 309 
LutuuB, L 311 
Lux, B 145; 116; P 458 
Luzerat, L 329 
Luxoria, L 312 



LuzorioBUS, A 853 ; H 61 
Luzurio, L 326 
LuxuB, L 279, 312 
Lydsca, L 338 
Lyeus, L 340 
Lymbo, L 339 
LymbuB, L 342 
Lymphatico, L 837 
LyneuB, L 341 

Macedonia, 145 
Macedoniae, F 69 
Maoedonici, P 156 
Maoedonum, S 48 
Macellum, C 771 
Macer, E 159 
Maoera, M 122 ; S 562 
Maceratus, M 27 
Maceria, M 11 ; B 250 
Macbia, N 11 
Machina, I 224 
Machinamenta, M 112 
Machinantem, M 78 
Macbinatio, M 13 
Maobinatur, M 12 
Macies, M 106 
Macilentus, M 85 
Maotat, I 514 
Macte, M 117 
Macula, C 519; D91; L62, 

189 
Maculam, N 150 
Maculare, 1 172 
Maculata, P 749 
Maculatam, N 151 * 
Maculis, N 69 
MaouloBum, M 83 
MaculosuB, Int. 221 
Made, M 51 
Madefacta, M 98 
Madere, M 84 
Madida, B 212 
Madidum, M 94 
Madit, M 52 
Maeraria, C 219 
Maeror, p. 17, note 9 
Maforte, M 9 
Mafortem, M62; P 359 
Mafortiam, M 62, 114 
Mafortio, T 116 
Magalia, M 81 
Magica, P 697 
Magifice, M 220 
Magis,M 87, 92,111; Q56; 

S243 
Magister, Int. 267; L 14; 

S726 
Magistratus, M 47; Q 66 
Magistrorum, D 53 
Magna, C 890; M 105, 318; 

T 253; U 97 



Magnanimis, G 838 
Magnanimitas, M 119 
Magnetis, M 96 
MagniQca, E 529 
Magnifioe, M 371 
MagnificuB, M 105 
Magnis, P 470 
Magnitude, A 317; G 934; 

1374; M237; P 648 
Magnus, £ 103; S 17 
Maiales, M 38 
Maior,A797; G339; E119 
Maiores, B 76 
Maiorum, E 331 
Mala, M 60, 120, 176 
Malacbia, M 68 
Malachias, Int. 203 
Malacbim, M 99 
Malagma, M 21 
Malas, M 121 
Male, M 159 ; P 772 
MalQ, A 869 
Maledicere, E 509 
Maledicit, L 97 
Maledicturi, D 180 
Maleficia, F 189 
Malefida, M 100 
MaU, G 102 
Malifactoris, S 31 
Malina, Int. 216 
MaUs, M 3 
MaUtiose, I 348 
MaUe, M 72 
Malleatoris, Int. 243 
Malleo, E386; P 503 
Malleolus, M 2, 5 
MaUim, M 90 
Mallioles, A 168 
Mallo, G 373; M 87, 92 
Malua, M 42 
Malum, G 239 ; F 233 ; M 

12; P328; S 37 
MaluB, A 109, 753, 878 ; M 

24 
Mammae, B 214 
Mampularis (for manip-), M 

64 
Manachem, Int. 212 
ManacbuB, M 109 
Manasse, Int. 210 
Manasses, Int. 211; M 28 
Manat, M 178 
Manatio, M 79 
Mancipandum, A 263 
Mancipare, M 115 
Mancipatus, M 116 
Mandpauit, M 4 
Mancipiorum, P 476 
MancuB, M 8 
Mandantes, E 362 
Mandarit, M 61 



LATIN INDEX. MAN — MED 



171 



Mandatum, S 332 
Mandatur, p. 30, n. 1 
Mandauisit, M 61 
Mandet, M 77 
Mandibula, M 75 
Mandit, M 76 

Mandragora, Int. 207; M 18 
Mandras, M 26 
Mandrat, C 248 
Manducandum, G 964 ; E 51 ; 

M76 
Manducantem, E 82 
Manducantes, F 30 
Manducat, H 148 ; M 76 
Mandaco, F 269; M 123 
Mane, G 907 ; M 183 
Manere, M 91, 110 
Manes, M 10, 108 
Manet, A 552; 1250; M59, 

70 (bis) 
Mango, M 39, 48 
Manibns, P 479 
Manica, M 16 
Manicas,D 10; E 233 
Manichei, 1 117 
Manifestari, D 341 
Manifestatum, P 614; U 

311 
Manifeste, A 614 
Manifestius, E 208 
Manifestum, G 837; P 266 
Manifestus, O 218 
Manile, M 17 
Manimae (for mammae), P 

172 
Manipula, M 55 
Manipulatim, M 1 
Manipulos, M 167 
Manipulus, M 88, 102 
Manitergium, M 19 
Manna, M 15 
Mannolus, M 57 
Manserunt, I 470 
Mansitare, M 110 
Mansnaeoit, M 93 
Mansuete, G 402 
Mansuetum, G 401 
Mansnetus, M 93 
Mansyr, M 31 
Mantega, Int. 215; M 118 
Mantica, M 56 
Mantioulare, M 6 
Mantioom, M 32 
Mantilla, M 86 
Mantyrium, M 22 
Manu, A349; M 23 
Manua, M 55 
Manuale, M 66 
Manubiae, M 23 
Mannbimn, M 30, 74 
Manubla, M 54 



Manubrio, S 121 
Manubrium, A 598; G 485 
Manufortis, D 6 
Manum, E 177; M 123; S 

661 
Manus, 976 ; L 29 ; P 699 ; 

U268 
Mapalia, M 46 
Mappa, Int. 220 
Mappae, M 86 
Mappalia, M 63 
Marasmon, M 7 
Maroidus, M 53 
Marcor, M 103 
Marcuet, M 104 
Marcus, Int. 206 
Mare, A 351, 479, 509, 529, 

609; B 94; G 7, 370,447, 

473; E 162; F 114, 336; 

G96; 125,282; P 802; 

S 85 ; T 136, 278 
Margareta, H 98 
Margarit§, U 251 
Margo, M 20 
Margor, Int. 208 
Maria, Int. 204 
Maria, A 316, 330; B 231; 

E266 
Marina, P 402 
Marinae, F 397 ; S 732 
Marinl, G 347 ; M 182, 190 
Maris, A 153 ; B 90; P 

638 
Maris, M 50, 71 
Maritabatur, M 95 
Maritalis, U 162 
Mariti, L 307 
Maritima, N 22 
Maritimum, B 94 
Maritudo, M 50 
Marmor, P 17; S 344 
Marmora, E 276 
Marmoris, O 173 
Marruca, M 37 
Mars, M 49 
Marsi, B 67 
Marslculum, B 67 
Marsopicus, M 35 
Marsupium, M 89 
Marsuppia, M 36 
Marsus, M67; 94 
Martis, A 787 ; M 49 
Martyr, M 25 
Martyrium, M 101 
Marubium, M 43 
Mas, M 50, 82 
Masca, M 33 
Masculi, U 78 
Masculini, E 263 
Masculus, M 71, 8'2 
Mascus, M 34 



Masitat, M 59 
Massa, M 45, 97 ; P 54 
Mastioe, M 41 
Mastigat, B 228 
Mastigium, M 29 
Mastruca, M 66 
Matalis (for maialis), M 69 
MateUa, M 58 
Mater, L 94 
Materia, M 97 
Matertera, M 73 ; T 161 
Mathematici, E 246 
Mathematicus, F 8 
Matheom, G 81 
Matheus, Int. 206, 223 
Matriois, O 88 
Matrimoniorum, P 727 
Matrimonium, 699 
Matris, A 955; M 73; O 

130 
Matrix, M 44 
Maturat, M 14 
Maturauimus, M 113 
Maturescere, A 222 
Maturius, M 80 
Maturus, A 192 
Matusalem, Int. 202 
Matutina, F 298 
Matutinos, P 203 
Mauens (for manens), M 107 
Maulistis, M 40 
Mauult, M 111 
Maxima, I 444 
Maxime, Q 60 
Me, M 189; P 799(bis) 
Mea, Int. 278; M 180, 183; 

N59 
Meantes, M 156 
Meapte, M 180 
Meat, M 178 
Meatim, M 140 
Meatus, M 143 
Mec, Int. 219 
Mecanicia, M 141 
Mecenus, M 145 
MedeUa, M 193 
Medemnum, M 131 
Medentes, M 194 
Medetur, M 147 
Media, Int. 219; I 192; P 

854; U245 
Mediatas, I 486 
Mediatrix, I 397 
Medicalis, S 39 
Medicamenti, F 296; P 166 
Medicamentum, G 88 
Medicator, M 186 
Medici, M 194 
Medicina, Int. 264; F 284 
Medicinae, T 141 
Medioinam, G 964 



172 



LATIN INDEX. MED— MIM 



Medicos, P 861 ; S 459 

Medietas, G 280 

Medii,B96 

Medio, A 598; L 269; M 135, 

191 
Mediocris, G 159 
MediotoUoniom, M 135 
Meditor, M 155 
MedituUium, M 191 
Meditns, M 186 
Medium, M 172 ; T 242 
Medius, E 167 ; I 63 
Mediusfidius, M 154, 176 
Medulla, M 195 
Megale, M 166 
Mei, Int. 108, 112 ; A 7 
Meio, M 163 
Mel, N 58 
Melariam, M 142 
Melchizedech, Int. 209 
Melfoben, M 183 
Melinus, M 130 
Meliora, P 525 
Meliorem, P 523 
Melito, M 155 
Melius, P 735 ; S 69 
MeliuBcula, M 158 
MeliuBCule, M 159 
Melle, M 334 
Melleatum, U 155 
Melodiam, M 190 
Melodium, M 150 
Meloncolia, M 133 
Melopeum, M 174 
Melopeus, M 134, 179 
Melops, M 173 
Melos, M 157 
Melotis, M 129 
Membra, T 225 
Membranaticius, L 9 
Membranum, P 394 
Membrorum, C 678 ; M 269 ; 

P127 
Membrum, Int. 76 
Memet, M 189 
Meminit, B 155 
Memor, Int. 338; A 586 
Memoria, Int. 306; A 85, 

91; E 232, 237; M 238 
Memoriam, S 682 
Memoriem, P 162 
Mendacio, M 125 
Me[n]dacium, G 332 
Mendacium, I 333 
Mendaz, F 44, 312, 404; 

1483 
Mendicitates, S 541 
Mendious, S 542 
Mens, 59 
Mensa, T 302 
Mense, M 148 



Mensis, H93; M 149 
Menstrua, M 148 
Menstrum, M 136; S 285 
Menstruum, M 149 
Mensularius, T 275 
Mensum, M 185 
Mensura, Lit. 304; D 255; 

M225; P 773; T 230 
Mensurae, D 149; P 173 
Mensnras, G 39 
Mensurat, M 184 
Mensuratio, G 1 ; L 42 
Mensuratum, M 185 
Mensurauit, D 160 
Menta, Int. 222 
Mentagra, M 198 
Mente, A 137 
Mentis, A 157 (bis); E 23 
Mentitur, E 179 
Mentitus, G 567 
Mento, P276; 8 417 
Mentor, M 168 
Meo, M 140 
Meroando, M 164 
Mercatis, N 174 
Mercatur, N 189 
Mercedarius, M 181 
Mercedis, M 164 
Merces, M 164 
Meroidem, M 181 
Mercimonia, M 153 
Mercis, Int. 160; E 155; 

M164 
Mercuri, G 168 
Mercurium, M 197 
Mereo, M 162 
Merepsica, M 132 
Meretrices, L 283; P 689 
Meretriciae, P 642 
Meretricis, M 31 
Meretricius, S 464 
Meretricum, G 687; L 103; 

S156 
Meretrix, L 285; P 641, 644 
Merga, M 199 
Mergae, M 182 
Mergisoo, p. 78, note 3 
Mergisso, M 187 
Mergite, M 167 
Mergulus, M 160 
Merit, M 177, 192 
Meritricum, L 143 
Mero, M 188 
Meror, M 196 
Merore, A 632 
Merorem, Int. 292 
Merorum, E 308 
Merotetes, M 138 
Merothece, 1 142 
Merui, E 134 
Morula, M 165 



Memm, M 144 
Merx, M 161, 164 
Mesias, Int. 214 
Mesopicatum, M 172 
Mesores, M 152 
Messalia, M 175 
Messem, G 305 
Messes, M 182 
Messor, M 175 
Mestificis, A 636 
Mestificum, M 196 
Meta, M 127 
Metadictio, M 170 
Metafora, M 139 
Metafrasin, M 124 
Metallaris, B 149 
Metallo, I 87 
Metallum, A 883; E 285 
Metas, M 126, 137 
Metendo, M 152 
Meticulosus, M 146 
Metit, M 151 
Metitur, M 184 
Metonomia, M 169 
Metra, M 171 
Metricius, M 200 
Metrum, D 230; M 128 
MetuenduB, M 146 
Metuens, 118; U 192 
Mens, Int. 105, 119, 203, 

235; B69 
Micat, T210; U 161 
Micha, Int. 213 
Michael, Int. 200 
Migare, C 127 
Migma, M 229 
Mihi, U 171 (bis) 
MUes, A376;U140 
Milia, L 131 
Milis, O 266 
Militare, E 176 
MiUtaris, T 123 
MiUtat, O 266 
Milite, M 228 
MiUtiae, M348;U51, 67 
Militiam, M 216 
Militiarum, S 54 
MUitibus, D312;T180 
Militis, A 824 
MiUtum, A 117, 159; G 17, 

190, 670; F 88; G 148; 

H94;M 102, 331 ; O 207, 

293 
MiUtuum, 189 
Milium, M 202, 209 
Millenam, G 377 
Milium, M 215 
Miluus, 1303; M 201 
Mimo, I 228 
Mimographus, M 212 
Mimopora, M 208 



LATIN INDEX. MIM — MOR 



173 



Mimus, A870;M231 
Minaci, M 223 
Minante, M 226 
Minantur, I 259 * 
Minat, A 27 
Minatnr, M 217 
Minax, M 213 
Mine, M 210 
Minerba, M 203 
Minerua, P 89 
Minet, M 211 
Mingebant, M 58 
Mingente, M 163 
Minicus, M 219 
Minimi, M 377 
Minister, Int. 82; A 209, 

378; D 210; F 78 
Ministratio, A 696 
Ministrator, A 699 
Ministri, E 148; L 167; S 31 
Ministris, P 78 
Minitante, M 226 
Minitator, M 217 
Minor, C 469 ; H 111 ; I 282 ; 

L 49 ; P 345 
Minores, A 942 ; G 340, 435 ; 

P 241 ; S 171 
Minoris, A 922 
Minuatus, E 443 
Minuere, 598 
Minns, Int. 51; A 50; F 

123;P474, 602;S291;T 

103 ; U 59 
Minuta, 154 ; F 295 
Minutns, 65 
Minxi, M 163 
Mirabilis, Int. 240 
Miracula, P 47 
Mire, M 220 
Miri, S 39 
MirifiUo, M 204 
Mimm, M 207 (bis); N 130, 

141 
Misa, E 231 
Misoet, C 20 
Miscunt, C 185 
Misellus, M 214 
Miser, M 214 
Miserabilis, Int. 5 
Miserabiliter, E 552 
Miserabit, E 361 
Miserandum, M 222 
Miserere, Int. 186 
Miseria, A 313 
Miseriae, T 312 
Misicus, M 216 
Misit, M 205 
Misitat, M 205 
Misteria, 260 
Misterium, M 218 
Mistice, M 206 



Misuratio, M 225 

MisTis, Int. 20 ; C 659 

Mitigare, M 372 

Mitigat, M 224 

Mitra, M 227, 230 ; R 101 

Mitrae, G 191 

Mitras, G 11 

Mittere, A 457 

Mittit, A 473 ; E 177 ; I 7 ; 

L145 
Mittitur, A 354 ; G 44 
Mittunt, S 66 
Mittuntur, I 320 
Miuparones, M 221 
Mixtum, E 118; M 334 
Mobilitatem, G 420 
Moderari, M 290 
Moderate, G 172 
Moderatus, M 243 
Modemos, M 263 
Modestia, F 354 
Modi, A 813 
Modica, A 305, 329; G 150; 

H 129; M 328; O 165; P 

79, 500 ; T 72 
Modicae, M 143 
Modice, E 171; P 96, 143, 

291 
Modioi, H 129 
Modicum, L 124; M 22; P 

394 ; S 624 
Modicumque, Q 2, 63 
Modicus, G 61; Q 71; R 4; 

S 370 (bis) ; U 6 
Modioli, M 256 
Modiolnm, S 311 
Modios, A 585; G 364; M 

131 ; T 248 
Modinm, M 128 
Modius, M 255 ; S 49 
Modo, A 477 (bis) ; N 148, 

155 ; Q 74 
Modula, P 773 
Modnlabilis, M 233 
Modulamen, M 279 
Modulant, M 268 
Modulatio, M 244, 247 
Modulationis, S 720 
Modulator, M 280 
Modulum, M 274 
Modum, A 530; D 119, 368; 

M207(bis);N37;P246; 

U272 
Modus, M 281 (bis) ; S 293 
Moechatur, N 125 
Moenia, D359;M234, 261 
Molae, T 238 
Molares, M 240 
Molata, G 739 
Moles, M 237, 284 
Moleste, A 103 



Molestissimnm, M 252 
Molestus, 1400; M 277 
Molibus, M 262 
Molimen, M 286 
MoUre, M 276 
Molis, G 114 ; T 260 
Molitionibus, M 282 
Molitnr, M 235, 246 
MoUem, G 458 
Molles, G 372; E 63; M 245 
MolHbns, L 137 
MoUities, M 68 
Molosus, M 285 
Momenta, S 677 
Momenti, F 360 
[Mo]mento, S 417 
Momentum, M 242, 259 
Monarcha, M 273 
Monarchia, A 591; M 253 
Monarchus, M 272, 278 
Monasterium, E 299 ; M 248 
Monesticon, Int. 217 
Monile, G 889 
Monima, R 254 
Monimenta, M 241 
Monimentum, M 239 
Monofealmon, M 232 
Monogamia, M 250 
Monometron, Int. 218 
Monopolarius, M 265 
Monotalmis, M 287 
Monotonus, M 291 
Mons, p. 1; Int. 13; A 317, 

353, 831 ; F 428, 433 ; H 

76; 145; T 106 
Monstmm, H 64, 166; M 

269; 284; P 753; 8168 
Montane, I 497 
Montes, P 638 
Montibus, I 515 ; R 251 ; S 

39 
Monticulosus, A 408 
Montis, G 163; O 280 
Montium, I 502 
Monumentis, M 283 
Monumentum, M 238, 249 
Monupolium, M 266 
Mora, A 167 ; M 271, 292 
Moralis, A 323; E 316; T 

244 
Moralium, P 653 ; T 255 
Moram, D 196 
Morbi, A 686 
Morbidosus, M 267 
Morbis, M 267 
Morbo, T 39 
Morbus, L 327; P 141; R 

32 
Mordacius, M 264 
Mordet, M 236 
Mordicos, M 251 



174 



LATIN INDEX. MOR — MYS 



More, M 140 ;N 157 ;B 193; 

S631 
Morennla, M 288 
Mores, P 787 
Morgit, M 257 
Moribus, M 275 
Morigeri, M 275 
Morio, H 44 

Moritor, D 131, 292; 54 
MoroflUB, M 254 
Morotonus, M 260 
Mors, E556;L259;N81 
Morte, G 304 
Mortem, D 305 
Mortiferis, L 263 
Mortifero, F 145 
Mortiferum, L 267 
Mortis, Int. 306 
Mortui, G165;E62 
Mortuis, E 423 ; I 320 
Mortaoram, E 524; F 124; I 

265; N 83; S 30 
Mortuns, Int. 202 
Moses, Int. 201 
Mosiclnm, M 258 
Mosicum, M 289 
Motatio, D 366 
Motns, G 54 ; T 243 
Monebor, M 270 
Moueri, A 91 
Monet, G 392 
Mox, A 213 
Moysica, M 233 
Mncro, M 310, 327 ; P 873 
Mnfex, M 361 
Mugil, M 332, 339 
Mnginatur, M 349 
Mulcare, M 307 
Mnlcat, M 320 
Mulcatnr, M 308 
Mulcauit, M 300 
Mulcendis, M 373 
Mulcere, M 372 
Mulcet, M 316, 326, 350 
Mnloido, M 190, 247 
Mnlcifer, M 326 
Mulcit, M 354 
Molora, M 370 
Mulgarium, M 370 
Mulgatores, M 299 
Mulgit, M 341 
Mnlier, E 69 
Mnliere, B 190 
Mulieris, L 29 
Muliemm, N 54 
MuUo, M 338 
Mnlsum, M 334 
Mnlta, M 318 
Multabitur, M 344 
Multae, S 731 
Mnltarum, Int. 8 



Moltat, M 363 

Moltata, M 330 

Mnltatio, M 311 

Moltatur, M 369 

Mnltatns, M 365 

Multauit, M 367 

Multi, G 804 ; D 302 ; N 132 ; 

P510 
Moltifariam, M 359 
Mnltifarins, M 357 
Moltiloqnax, M 357 
Mnltimoda, M 293 
Multiplex, M 293 
MultipUcem, M 359 
Mnltis, I293;P90 
Maltitudo, Int. 54; G 366; 

F 89, 316; G 150; I 527; 

S 222 
Mnlto, 286; P 579 
Multomm, Int. 257; A 591, 

781; G 562; E 161 ; G 

132; U 247 
Multos, G 774 
Multnm, G 206; D 304; I 

359 
Mulnctra, M 314 
Monda, M 364 
Mundandos, P 505 
Mondantnr, G 495; B 257 
Mnndat, E 462 ; U 61 
Mundi, 289 
Munditiae, L 24 
Mandorum, G 70 
Mnndum, L 10 
Mundus, I 55 
Munera, S 491 
Munerarius, M 361 
Mnnerum, D 263; M 331 
Mnnia, M 348, 353 
Municeps, M 294, 319, 321 
Munidpalis, M 321 
Municipatum, M 303 
Munioipatus, M 322 
Munioipia, 191 
Municipii, M 319 
Municipium, M 328 
Munifex, M 345 
Munifica, M 295 
Munifice, M 371 
Munificentia, M 333, 362 
Munificns, M 347 
Mnnila, M 315 
Munit, I 334; S 262 
Munitionem, G 741 
Mnnitoria, M 323 
Munitns, M 317 
Mnnus, M 345; N 45 
Mnrcns, M 304 
Murenula, M 302 
Morex, M 329, 342 
Muria, M 340 



Morica, M 296 

Morioe, M 306, 342, 352, 

375 
Marice8,«L 52 
Mnrilinm, M 355 
Maris, M 343 
Murmur, B 242 
Murmurat, M 346, 351; O 

48; S604 
Murmurator, p. 78, note 3 
Murmnratum, M 187 
Muros, P 496, 880 
Murra, M 313 
Murrat, M 351 
Murratum, M 374 
Mursus, O 137 
Murum, Int. 145; I 366; L 

269; P61; U9 
Murus, M 234, 378; N 15; 

U6 
Mns, M 343 
Musa, E 284; M 183; P 404; 

T154 
Musae, E 347 
Musarum, H 76; 205 
Musat, M 351 
Musca, G 149, 150; M 358, 

376; S 452 
Muscarium, F 248 
Muscarum, G 531, 980 
Muscellas, G 55 
Muscipula, M 324 
Musculorum, D 294 
Muscus, M 312 
Museum, 205 
Musica, M368; P 549 
Musicanter, M 298 
Musiranus, M 336 
Musitat, M 309 
Musorum, p. 86, note 2 
Mussitatio, p. 91, note 3 
Mustacia, M 335 
Muste, M 297 
Mustela, M 337 
Mustelis, B 32 
Mutare, M 366 
Mutatio, 1 179 
Mut§, E 123 
MutUanda, M 305 
Mutilantur, E 5 
Mutilare, M 366 
Mutilat, M 325, 346, 356 
Mutilum, M 301 
Muto, M 301 
MutuU, M 377 
Muturat, M 360 
Mutus, Bll; E 121 
Myrmicaleon, M 379 
Myro, M 380 
Myrtus, M 381 
Mysticae, S 731 



LATIN INDEX. NAA,— NEX 



NaamK, N 12 

Nabat, N 23 

Nabliam, Int. 230 

Nabnlum, 14 47 

NaetcoB, N 16 

Nafissa, Int. 223 

NaideB. N 20 

Nam, A 2E 

NancisceretuT, N 21 

Naudscitar, N 39 

Nanctas, N 4 

Nanotns aum, N 6 

Nando, N 13 

Nantes, N 27 

NapiB, N 40 

Napta, N 17, 33 

Nardi, N 37 

Nardnm, N 37, 49 ; P 405 

Nardns, N 19, 28 

Nario, N 16 

Narinm, C 279 

Nftirat, B 31 

Narratio, E 234 

Nairationem, P 566, 569, 624 

Naseendi, C 677 

NaBOioBUs, N 39 

Naaoit, Int. 192 

Nasoitnr, A 247, 392,426; B 

192; Q95; I 118; P 135, 

712; S390 
NaBcontDT, A 816 ; S 66 ; U 

289 
NaBtnrcJom, N 14 
Nat, N 18 
NatalioitiB, N 45 
NataUa, N 45 
Matando, N 13 
Natans, B102; 3 265 
Natantea, N 27 
Natantibos, h 132 
Natat, N 18 
Nati, 3 
Natiwn. N 26 
Natiaam, N 43 
Nato, P B81 
Natrix, N 36 
Natu, G 146 
Natura, H64;N26;P351; 

S679 
Naturale, G 62 
Nataralis, P 167 
Nntna, A 24, 292; C 906; E 

388;F245; L338;0234; 

P634; R252; U 138 
Natzarenii. Int. 225 
Nauale, N 22 
Naualia, N 146 
Naoalis, M 3, 10. 35, 44 
Nanarcna, N 2 
Nanare, N 30, 43 
Nauaretia, N 31 



Nauat, N 32, 34 
Nine, F 666 
Nauem, B 66 

Nanes, C955; F 114; N 35 
Naoi, G 30 

NanibUB, C 497, 661 ; P 660 
NauicaU. G 307, 949, 959; 

L 123, 253; 3 191 
NaoigabiliB, N 8 
NaaigautibuB. F 114; N 31 
Nauigat, B 474 
Navigator. N 41 
NaaiB, A441, 753; B 13; C 

222, 324, [373], 472, 973, 

981;F73,439;LE5,154. 

262; N2; P 684, 860; B 

28 ; S 640 ; T 253, 350 
NauiU, N 41 
Naniler, N 1, 9, 48 
Nauinm, A 621; 0213,346; 

B199 
Naumachis, N 11 
Naumacbiae, N 50 
Nanmaobium, N 10, 44 
MauH, N 11 
Naaaatio, N 5 
NaQsia, C914; H 79 
Nanticnm, A 553; C 184 
Nanom, Int. 329 
NauuB. N 7. 24, 26, 88 
Nazarei, N 46 
Ne, N96; Q58 
Nebria, N 66 
Nabula, O 108 
Xebulo, N 94 
Nebnlonia. N 66 
Neo, A 306i N 57 (bis), 77 

(bis), 98 (bis) 
Necabantur, N 101 
Neceaaaria, U 303 
Necessarium, 182 
Neceaaariua. N 72 
NeceBfliam, S 392 
Neoeaaitudo, G129; N 71 
Neoat, P 652 
Necis, N 73 
Necromantia, N 83 
Nectar, N 68, 75, 99 
NeotariuB, N 51 
Nectit, N 87, 89 
NeFanda, N 62 
Nefandi, N 84 
Nefando, I 222 
Nefandum, M 222 
Nefarium, N 56 
Nefae, C670; N 102 
Nefaatna, N 56 
Negandi, 1 189 
Negant, D 43, 296 
Negaa, A 57 
Negat, A69; D27, 309 



NegatiD, A 77, 665 
Negationes, I 402 
Negatiua, L 168 
N ' ■. 11, 62 



L, 13 



N a, S622 

N 39; I 284 

N._„ 383; N 64 

Negotiant, B 162 

Negotiatio, L 303; P 658 

Negotiationea, M 153; N 183 

Negotiator, 1233; M 48 

Negotii, G 73 

Negotio, N 95. 198 

Negotinm, N 79 

Nemo, 1 176 

Nemora, A 916 

Nemoroaa, A 149 

Nemoroaam, N 68; O 192 

Hemoroana, L 324 

Nemna, H 7 

Nen, S 95 

Neniaa, N 64 

Nenior, N 80 

NentsB, N 82 

NeofitUB, N 100 

Neomeniae, N 53 

Neopbitoa, N 63 

Nepa, N 61 

Nepos, A 612 

Nepotran, P 491 

NeptaUm, Int. 226; N 59 

Neptam, N 65 

Neqnara, N 78, 190 

Neque, N 70 

Nequid, N 52 

Neqaiqaam, N 67 

Neqnirem, N 85 

Neqnifl, N 96 

NeqnnB, N 78 

Neruia, P 936 

Neruaa, N 97 

Nescire, D 120 

Neacit, 8 666 

NcBtorio, N 92 

Netila, N 60 

Netmn, N 74 

Nen, N 76 

Nene, N 76 

Nener <tor oentri), S 461 

NeuiB, N 69 

Neaqoe, N 70 

Nei, N 73, 81 

Neia, N 88 

Nexina, N 91 

Sexxx, N 93 

Nezni, N 86 

Nexna, N 90 



176 



LATIN INDEX. NI — NUM 



Ni, N129;Q58 

Nibariufi, N 127 
Nicolatis, p. 82, note 2 
Nicolaum, N 116; p. 82, 

note 2 
Nioto, N 120 
Nigelli, N 121 
Niger, B 46,212; C 333; T 

69 
Nigra, F 139; N 119; P 846, 

882; S 168, 474; T 192 
Nigri, A604;C342;N 121 
Nigrum, A 880, 929 ; T 98 
Nigras, M 130 
Nihil, N 122 
NihiU, N 122 
Nihilo, N 168 
Nilhominns, N 110 
NilminuB, N 110 
Nimba, N 111 
Nimbi, N 103 
Nimia, U 164 
Nimirom, N 130 
Nimis, T 98 
Nimius, I 481 
Nimmo (for immo), Q 66 
Nimpha, N 109 
Nimquis, N 128 
Ninene, N 118 
Ninguit, N 117 
Ninnarius, N 126 
Nisi, N 116 (bis) 
Nisu, N 112 
Nisus, N 104 
NitelU, N 124 
Nitesoit, G 40 
Nitet, N 106 
Nitidis, P 373 
Nitit, E 211 
Nititio, S 137 
Nititur, N 126 ; T 108 
Nitor, N 114 
Nitores, N 124 
Nitorium, N 108 
Niuata, N 123 
Nine, N 107, 123 
Niueum, N 107 
Nixu, N 131 
Nixus, N 106 
Nob, N 159 
Nobiles, E 333 
NobiUs, E 630 ; 1 239; N 136, 

137, 170, 171 ; P 740 
NobiHtas, E 343; G 81; S 

441 
NobiUtat, G 464 
Nobis, Int. 186; G 418 
Nocens, N91, 163; S 415 
Nocentissimo, 1 100, 337 
Nocte, 1 192 (bis) 
Noctem, 1 128 



Noctes, P 298 

Nootet, N 139 

Nocticala, N 166 

Noctua, N 138, 146 
I Nocturnos, U 198 
• Noctumum, H 166 

Nodis, S 484 

Nodo, E 196 

Nodas, N 152 

Noe, Int. 224 

Nollem, N 85 

Noma, N 172 

Nomen, p. 1; Int. 120, 281, 
302 ; A 368, 442, 461, 626, 
629, 677, 738, 774; B 166; 
C 144; E 335, 347; F 272; 
G 139; H 77, 78; 13, 16, 
42, 468; N31, 122; 0280; 
P 173, 240, 433; R 177; 
S 92, 94, 221, 273, 289, 
303, 480, 560, 669 ; T 294 ; 
U 81, 203 

Nomenclator, N 161 

Nomendator (for -clator), N 
140 

Nomina, F 20; L 9; P 510 

Nominat, A 442; S 296; T 
2,6 

Nominatim, U 221 

Nominatus, Int. 290 

Nomine, C 433; N 166; 
168 

Nomisma, N 144 

Non, A 66, 72, 461, 464 ; B 
177 ; C 127 ; D 15, 23, 106, 
202, 236; E 181,221,246, 
252; F 124, 196; H 3, 4, 
33, 34, 121; I 167, 161, 
164, 360, 362, 381, 382, 
393, 416, 426, 450; L 
158; M 164; N -62, 128, 
133 (bis), 134 (bis), 141 
(bis), 143, 147, 148 (bis), 
164 (bis), 162 (bis), 164 
(bis), 168; 12, 257; P 
870; Q 48, 61; S 66 

Nonne, N 143 

NonnuUi, N 132 

NonnuUus, N 166 

Norma, N 142 

Norunt, N 169 

Nos, G 418 

Noscit, N 149 

Nostrates, N 158 

Nostrone, N 157 

Nostrorum, N 157, 168 

Nota, N 135, 170 

Notae, N 160 

Notam, N 150 

Notarius, S 122 

Notata, C 331 



Notatam, N 151 
Notatio, G 617 
Notatns, N 163 
Notis, M 83 
Notissimas, I 64 
Notum, N 180 
Nona, B 93, 222 
None, Int. 227 
Nou§, I 81 
Noueletum, N 156 
Nouellae, N 156 
NonelHs, N 100 
Nouem, P 281 (bis) 
Nonerca, N 167 
Nouissima, £ 268 
Nooissimnm, I 54 - 
Nouissimus, U 239 
Nonitatem, D 49 
Nouos, M 263 
Nouum, C 272; I 347 
Nouus, R 233; T 164 
Noxa, N 136 
Noxius, N 153 
Nnbenter, E 238 
Nubentibns, G 60 
Nubes, N 103 
Nubila, N 179 
Nnbilat, I 503 
Nubit, I 388 
Nuces, G 101 
NucU, N 191 
Nudi, E 397 
Nudos, G 189 
Nudui, N 86 
Nudnstertins, N 176 
Nugacitas, N 187 
Nugando, N 202 
Nugas, N 190 
Nuit, N 180, 186 
Nulla, E 75 
Nulli, A150;I388 
Nullis, I 392 
NulUus, A591;F360 
Nullo, N 198 
Nullum, F 340 
Nullus, A110;I461 
Numen, U 62 
Numeralis, A 719 
Numerauit, P 304 
Numero, Q 80 
Numerum, C 381 
Numerus, Int. 274; A 333; 

G12, 670;D170;M102 
Numine, N 195 
Nummi, A 854; N 192; Q 

16 
Nummisma, N 192 
Nummismum, N 176 
Nummorum, N 173 
Nummulari, G 697 
Nummus, O 65 



LATIN INDEX. NUM— OBT 



177 



Numquam, N 194, 196 (bis) ; 

P174 
Numquid, N 199 
Nomalarias, N 173 
Nunc, H 161 ; S 29 
Nnndinae, N 183 
Nrmdinat, N 189 
Nundinatio, N 178 
Nundinis, N 174 
Nunti, U 118 
Nnntiantur, B 230 
Nuntiat, D 92 ; P 331 
Nuntio, N 181, 188 
Nuntios, B 87 
Nantius, Int. 2, 3 
Nuper, N 63 
Nnptiae, H113;M250 
Nuptiales, T 113 
Nupti§, D 164; G 26; H 117 
Nurus, N 182. 200 
Nusquam, N 194 
Nutaret, N 201 
Nutat, N 197; U 44 
Nutibus, N 177 
Nuto, L 83 
I^utriat, E 49 
Nutrientur, F 294 
Nutrimentum, H 6 ; T 124 
Nutrire, R 36 
Nutrit, E48;F267 
Nutritor, A 452 
Nutritores, P 20 
Nutriunt, T 111 
Nutrix, A 496 
Nutu, N 186, 193 
Nux, N 184 
Nymbus, N 113 
Nymphae, N 20 

O, 277 
Ob, O 60 
Obauditio, S 330 
Obediens, D 288 
Obedientes, M 275 
Obedisse, P 181 
Obelis, O 33 
Oberatus, O 89 
Obesca, 91 
Obessus, O 44 
Obest, 77 
Obestmm, O 34 
Obeunda, 9 
Obenntia, 45 
Obex, 107 
Obia, p. 87, note 1 
Obices, O 7 
Obicit, I 283 ; 11 
Obicula, 108 
Obiecte, 95 
Obiectionibus, O 105 
Obiecto, O 47 

C. G. 



Obieotus, 96 
Obiit, D249;0 54 
Obitum, P 534 
Obiurat, 75 
Obinrgans, O 25 
Obiurgat, 4 
Oblatrat, 48 
Oblectare, 49 
ObUcum, A246;0 81, 102 
Obligamentum, 43 
ObUgata, 40 
Obllmat, 84 
ObUqaat, 5 
Obliquum, 29 
Oblita, O 40 
Obliterarent, 42 
Obliteratum, O 53 
Oblitterans, 82 
Oblituit, D182;0 67 
Oblitum, C 926 
Oblitus, Int. 210 
Obliuio, M 28 
Obliuione, 53 
Obliuiosus, Int. 211 
ObUnisci, A36;0 223 
Obloquendnm, 6 
Obmutuit, T 189 
Obnectare, 74 
Obnexus, 61 
Obnixe, 38, 51 
ObnixuB, 30, 66 
Obnoxius, O 106 
Oboliscus, O 22 
Obolitio, O 1 
Obolitionem, A 514 
Obolus, 65 
Oborti. 3 
Obortus, 20 
Obpanso, O 47 
Obpilat, 69 
Obpoiiit, O 11 
Obponuntor, O 7 
Obpugnat, O 4 
Obrepenter, 87 
Obrepsit, K 95 
Obreptione, 32 
Obriguit, 28 
Obripuit, 58 
Obrizum, A950; 24 
Obruerat, 63 
Obruere, 97 
Obruit, 50 
Obruptus, P 730 
Obrute, 92 
Obsoenus, O 15 
Obscines, O 83 
Obsculatio, 46 
Obscura, A 560; E 195 
Obsouratio, O 88 
Obscaratum, O 53 
Obscnratur, S 81 



Obscuratiis, £ 538 
Obscuriones, S 144 
Obscuritas, £ 186 
Obsouritatem, F 154 
Ob8Curum,A880,929; T347 
ObscuruB, T 125 
Obsecundat, O 14, 19 
ObsedatuB, 99 
Obseptus, 57 
ObBequens, N 24 ; P 52 
ObBequio, D 181 
ObBerrat, 71 
ObBeruandam, A 178 
Obseroant, A 821 
Obseruat, E 436 ; P 578 
ObBeruatio, G 475 
Obses, 68 
ObBesBa, 72 
Obsides, 23 
Obsignat, 16 
ObsUlagis, 94 
Obsit, 56 
Obsitus, O 52 
Obsolitus, 27 
Obflolutus, C 216 
Obsorbens, D 157 
ObBtaculum, O 73 
Obstando, O 274 
Obstentat, 86 
ObBtes, 104 
Obstinacissimas, 12 
Obstinat, O 79 
Obstinata, 69 
Obstinatus, 31, 85 
Obstipuit, O 58 
Obstipum, 81 
Obstrependum, 6 
Obstruere O 8 
ObBtroit, 64 
Obstrusa, 98 
ObtatiB, O 70 
Obtegit, 93 
Obtendere, O 62 
Obtentat, O 21 
Obtentu, 18 
Obtenuit, 21, 37 
Obtestatur, O 75 
Obtexerat, O 63 
Obticuit, O 76 
Obtinere, O 78 
Obtinet, P 532 
Obtinetur, S 308 
Obtinuit, 103 
Obtio, 2, 10 
ObtrectanB, 17 
Obtriit, 90 
ObtuUt, A 248 
Obturans, O 26 
Obturare, 8 
Obturat, 0127; O 100 
Obtutibus, U 219 

12 



178 



LATIN INDE^. OBT — OPI 



ObtatQB, O 101 
Obaallatun, O 13 
Oboiantes, A 821 
Oboibnlare, O 80 
Oboiet, O 55 
Obniz, O 41 
Obmnbrat, C 811 
Obnnca, O 39 
ObtincanB, O 25, 36 
Ooca, O 111 
Occabat, 123 
Oocasi, O 179 
Occaaum, I 246 
Ocoasng, H 66 
Oocide, 238 
Ocoidendi, D 44 
Oociderent, £ 369 
Ocoidit, I 514 
Ocoiditnr, M 369 
Occidnae, H 43 
Occipit, O 117 
Oocipitimn, O 118 
Oocipiont, O 119 
Occiput, 113 
Ocdsi, D 320 
Occifins, F 440 
Occnboit, O 112 
Occulta, A 689; L 82, 112; 

98 
Occultat, B 146 
Occoltauit, A 88 
Ocenlto, C 462 
Oocultmn, C 448 
Ocoulunt, 122 
Occuluntur, 115 
Occupata, 72 
Oconpatum, P 720 
Ocoupauit, G 269, 355; O 

109 
Oocnrrere, 120 
Occnsare, O 120 
Oceanum, O 125 
Ocearium, O 124 
Oohazias, Int. 233 
Ociano, T 351 
Ocior, O 116 
Ocius, 114 
Ocreifl, O 110 
Oculo, U 191 
Oculorum, A117; P 681 
Oculos, G 200, 323 
Oculosus, T 198 
Ocultant, O 122 
Ocultantur, O 115 
Ooulum, M 232 
Oculus, O 116 
Ocurrifl, 121 
Ocursauifl, 121 
Odas, 129 
Odio, E 541 ; H 109 
Odiosum, P 223 



Odiosos, O 127 

Odiporicum, O 128 

Odit, P 231 

Oditur, O 127 

OditnroB, O 285 

Odium, F 19; U 25 

Odo, O 126 

Odor, N 114; P352; S370; 

T175 
Odorem, A 712; F 329; B 

147; T98 
Odorifer, N 51 
OdoriB, N28; S 39 
OduB, S 727 
Oephi, 131, 132 
Oethippia, O 130 
Offa, 137 
Offecit, 134 
Offendit, O 133 
Offensus, L 106 
Offici, N 161 

Offioia,E423; M 348, 364 
Officialis, A 378 
Officii, N 140; P 674 
Officio, O 138 
Officit, O 136 
Officium, N 43 ; U 3 
Offirmans, O 135 
OfFocauerit, E 4, 349 
Offucat, A 648 
Ogastrum, 139 
Olastrum, 157 
Oleaster, O 153 
Olei, A540; L124; M 340 
Olentes, O 142 
Olera, O 148 
Olet, B 50 
Olfactoriola, O 140 
Olfactum, O 150 
Olgastrum, O 149 
Oligia, O 147 
Olim, 155 
Olimat, O 146 
Olimphum, O 144 
OUmpus, O 145 
OUoquin, S 317 
Oliri, O 154 
Olitana, U 99 
Oliuarum, T 260 
Ollae, A 530 
OUas, L 102 
OUim, S 260 
Omta, O 143 
Olocaustomata, O 151 
Olor, 141, 162 
Olores, 156 
Olus, G 89 
Olustri, O 148 
Omasum, O 169 
Ombri, Int. 235 
Omelias, 169 



Omen, O 160, 170 

Omena, 163 

Omenstrum, O 165 

Omentum, O 166 

Omer, 170 

Omina, 161 

Ominans, A 885 

Omisa, O 167 

Omitta, O 168 

Omitto, O 164 

Omne, O 980 

Omnem, 126 

Omnes, G61; T 13 

Onmia, Int. 301; E 82; P 

350; G59; M 326; P 804; 

S61 
Omnibus, E 211 ; 218 
Omnimodo, O 162 
Omnipotens, Int. 282; P 50 
Omnis, G495; S 351 
Omnium,G361; G38; P66, 

120, 127 
Omonima, O 158 
Omusium, Int. 4 
OneroBUS, F 84 
Onesiforus, O 176 
One6tus, O 172 
Onichinus, S 466 
Onix, O 171 
Onocentaurus, O 177 
Onocratallus, 176 
Onomastice, Int. 238 
Ontax, 173 
Ontigometra, 174 
Opacum, O 192, 209 
Opansum, O 220 
Ope, I 390 ; O 180, 197 
Opem, 190 
Opera, D 36 
Operam, E 267 
Operata, E 286 
Opere, F 121 ; N 171 ; O 212 
Operentur, E 276 
Operepretium, O 182 
Operi, O 179 
Operiebamur, 183 
Operiens, 196 
Operientes, O 188 
Operior, 198 
Operis, D 260; O 200 
Operiunt, 187 
Operosa, O 222 
Opertus, T 114 
Opes, O 196 
OpesBulatis, 214 
OpibuB, 194 
Opido, O 185 
Opifex, 178 
Opificium, O 216 
Opilauit, O 186 
Opima, O 184, 219 



LATIN INDEX. OPI — PAC 



179 



Opimis, O 201 

Opimns, 194 

Opinantur, N 98 

Opinare, O 208 

Opinatores, 217 

Opinaz, O 218 

Opinio, O 203 

Opinionem, B 226 

Opinum, N 77 

Opitalatio, O 193 

Opium, O 215 

Oplere, O 223 

Oportet, P 468, 713 

Oportona, 1 193 

Oportonitatem, O 210 

Oportunum, 1164; T 65 

Opotatis, A 923 

Oppida, O 191 

Oppidum, O 202 

Oppilatae, 221 

Oppilauit, O 206 

Opponit, 79 

Opposita, 59 

Oppositns, O 61 

OppreBsionem, I 255 

Oppri (? for nomen pro- 
priom), A 861 

Ops, O 204 

Optima, O 184 

Optimates, O 35 

Optime, A219; U 249 

Optimi, N 28 

Optimo, A 950 

Optimus, P 820 

Optio, O 207 

Optionarios, O 189 
Optum, T 136 
Opturantes, O 211 
Opnlentam, O 199 
Opulentus, 181 
Opum, D 321 (bis) 
Opas, Int. 256, 257; M 362; 
N79; 138,205,213; P 
289; S516 
Or, O 253 

Ors, M3; 243,246 
Oracnlum, O 241, 256 
Oraria, 226 
Oratio, A156; D 108 
6rationum, P 591 
Orator, 251 
Oratores, O 240 
Orstorium, M 22 
Oratormn, P 796, 796 
Orbanae, 242 
Orbantnr, O 242 
Orbatns, 249 
Orbia, O 263; p. 87, note 1 

(quater) 
Orbiam, p. 87, note 1 
Orbis, 6 161 ; I 34 



Orbita, 233, 264 
Orbitae, O 267 
Orbitate, I 446 
Orbs, P 526 
OrbuB, O 257 
Orohi, O 239 
Oroistra, O 237 
Orcns, O 228, 281 
Ordei, T 186 
Ordeo, T 357 
Ordiar, O 235 
Ordinalis, T 344 
Ordinare, P 18 
Ordinarins, O 266 
Ordinata, S 254 
Ordinatio, B 97 
OrdinatiBsimam, O 232 
Ordinatmn, D 40 
Ordinatns, O 252 
Ordine, A 398; O 266; B 

193; S266; T 99 
Ordines, A 626 
Ordior, A 94 
Ordo, A117; B 102; 247 

(bis), 261; S 249; T 334 
Oreae, 259 
Oreb, Int. 231 
Oresta, O 229 
Orge, O 238 
Orgea, O 260 
Orgia, S 107 
Oridannm, O 225 
Oriens, E 224 
Orientale, S 344 
OrientalibnB, E 229 
Oriente, E 225, 335 
Orientis, A 760 
Origanum, O 224 
Origenari, O 258 
Origenaria, 250 
Originem, 1355; P 833 
Origo,C139;F292;P791; 

S496 
Orion, 255 
Oripilatio, O 230 
Oris, B 200; B 187; T 231 
Omamenta, B 169, 205; F 

88, 389; P 357, 705; S 

671; p. 92, note 3 
Ornamentum, D 301, 313; 

S518 
Omat, A257; 1495 
Omata, A362; B 29 
Omatae, S 138 
Omatos, P 803 
Omatu, C 897 
Omatum, E 418 
Omatus, C 768, 794; E 380; 

P 330, 545; U 267 
Omns, 248 
Orolei, G 135 



Oroma, O 262 

Orpleuit, O 254 

Orsa, O 244 

Orsus, 245 

Ortator, I 62 

Orti, A 723 

Ortigomera, 236 

Ortodoxi, O 227 

Ortografia, O 265 

Ortu, E 68 

Ortus, O 234 

Os, Int. 241, 243; H 122; 
1478; 271 

Osanna, Int. 232; O 277, 
288 

Osci, 271 

OsciUae, O 268 

Osoines, 270 

Oscitantes, O 272 

Oscitatur, H 27 

Osoitauit, O 283 

Oscnla, B 26 

Osculat, S 670 

Osculum, D 3 

Ose, Int. 236 

Osee, O 275 

Osis, H 133 

Osma, 276 

Ossan, 280 

Ossibus, M 7 

Ostendit, A 799; 286; P 
568, 778 

Ostensio, A 806 

Ostensiones, E 358 

Ostentare, O 287 

Ostentat, 286 

Ostentio, A 660; O 273 
Ostentum, O 284 
Ostentor, 273 
Ostia, 282 
Ostinat, O 278 
Ostium, 274 
Ostriger, O 279 
Ostro, M 352 
Ostrum, O 269 
OsuruB, 285 
Othus, 289 
OtiosuB, 291; B 87 
Otium, 281, 290 
Ouantes, O 293 
Oue, S 681 
Ones, B 20, 134 
Ouis, Ini 269 
Oxia, Int 237 
Ozasanga, 293 
Ozias, Int. 234; O 294 

Pabula, B 260 
Pabulatores, P 20, 186 
PacatuB, P 34, 35 
Pacem, P 34 

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180 



LATIN INDEX. PAC — PAU 



Pacificae, H 148 
PacifioQB, Int. 283; P 85 
Pacin, P 111 
PaciB, Int. 32, 148; F 162; 

P 86 
Pacisoitur, L 232; P 86, 

180 
Pactio, P 25 
Pactiones, P 44 
Pactum, G 563; F 266; P 

39, 86, 325 
PactnB, P 143 
Padus, E 296 
Paedor, p. 91, note 3 
Paganioas, P 83 
Paganomm, M 154; P 167 
Pagi, P 162 
Paginae, S 161 
Pagus, P 119, 164 
PalagdrigUB, P 182 
Palagra, P 117 
Palam, P 582 
Palantes, P 63, 68 
Palantos, P 26 
Palas, P 42 
Palathas, P 58 
Palathi, P 54 
Palatina, P 14 
Palatum, P 75 
Paleae, P 185 
PalearibuB, P 36 
Palendioion, P 151 
Palenothian, P 112 
Palestra, P 12, 91, 157 
PalestrQ, G 198 
Pali, S 668 
Palidus, H 79 
Palin, P 72 
Palina, P 184 
Palingenesean, P 71 
Palismate, P 140 
Paliurus, P 130 
Palla, P 126 
PaUadis, P 89 
Palladium, P 87 
PaUam, L 125 
Pallas, M 203 
Pallesoere, D 260 
Pallidum, F 436 
PaUiduB, L 273 
Palma, 139; U 268 
Palmae, D 292 
Palmarum, C 132 
Palmas, B 45; T 221 
Palmata, T 221 
PalmiQ, I 486 
Palmis, P 135 
Palmula, P 178 
Palniatus (for palmatus), P 

105 
Palos, U 22 



Palpantum, P 177 

Palpare, P 32 

Palpebrae, T 34 

Palpitans, P 5 

Palteum, P 61 

Paludamentum, P 7, 43, 116 

Paludes, P 149 

Palum, P 107 

Palumba, P 103 

Palumbes, P 136 

Palus, L 104 

Paluster, P 149 

Palustris, B 163 

Pampinus, P 69 

Pan, P 8, 161; p. 87, note 3 

Panagerids, P 77 

Panagerioum, P 23, 81 

Pandat, 220 

Pandis, P 85 

Pandit, P 31, 38 

Pandum, P 49 

Paneta, P 73, 74 

Pangebant, P 124 

Pangere, P 18 

Pangit, P 57, 153 

Panhosum, L 57 

Panibus, P 147 

Panice, P 15 

Panis, Int. 44; P 59 (bis), 

514 
Pannis,L258 
PanpUa, P 110 
Panpino, T 356 
Pansa, P 145 
Pansis, P 53 
Pansum, P 101 
Panther, P 146 
Panthera, P 165 
Pantheum, P 48 
Pantigatum, P 183 
Pantium, P 8; p. 87, note 3 
Panto, P 83 
Pantocranto, P 120 
Pantocraton, P 60 
Pantominia, P 66 
Pantominus, H 119 
Panuculum, P 113 
Papa, Int. 248 ; E 563 
Papauer, P 166 
Papilio, P 64, 129 
Papilionis, M 63 
PapUiuus, P 70 
Papillae, P 172 
Papirio, P 174 
Papirum, P 123 
Pappa, S 102 
Pappus, P 22 
Papula, P 67, 82 
Par, P 132, 379 
Parabsides, P 27 
Parabula, P 88 



Parabulam, S 346 
Paraclitum, P 108 
Paradisus, L 136 
Paradoxa, P 46, 47 
Paradoxan, P 45 
Paradoxon, P 80 
Paralisin, P 127 
Paralypemenon, P 28 
Paranimpha, P 169 
Paranimphns, P 11 
Paranymphus, P 150 
Parasceue, P 109 
Parasceuen, Int. 247; P 19 
Parasceues, E 342 
Parasitali, P 159 
Parasiter, P 125 
Parasiti, P 56 
Parasitorum, D 307 
Paratior, P 761 
Paratus, I 433 
Parazonium, P 65, 156 
Parcas, P 21 
Parce, I 32 
Parc§, P 16 
Parchedris, P 78 
Parcitatem, P 43 
Parco, P 41 
Parora, P 148 
Parous, F 317; T 52 
Pare, P 164 

Parens, D 288; G 145; P 52 
Parentalia, P 167 
Parentes, D 202 
Parentur, A 704 
Parera, P 62 
Pares, P 163 
Paret, F 376, 432 
Paria, A 290 
Parientinis, D 56 
Parilis, P 51 
Pariter, P 175 
Parius, P 17 
Parma, P 3 
Parmocopula, P 165 
Parochia, P 24 
Parricidio, P 179 
Pars, A 685, 804; C 822. 

940; E 41, 258; F 69, 

439; O 118; P 99, 13.>, 

673, 684, 854, 860 ; Q 16 ; 

T83; U 58, 245 
Parsimonia, P 114, 115 
Parta, P 60 
Parte, C 764; D 375; E 

480; B 229; S 121; T 35 
Partem, H 140 
Partes, A 339; H 43; L 

288* B 13 
Partibus, A 508; E 479; S 

617 
Partica, P 188 



LATIN INDEX. PAR — PEN 



181 



Particeps, C 756 

Participat, P 90, 98 

Particulatim, P 6, 29 

Partim, P 4 

Partitudines, P 170 

PartTi, E 69; P 170 

Partum, P 516 

Parua, G 32 

Paruata, P 158 

Paruca, P 176 

Parnipendens, P 40 

Paruisse, P 181 

Parula, P 128 

Parumper, P 92, 96, 152 

Paruulus, I 88 

Paruum, P 290 

Pascha, Int. 244, 245 ; P 102 

Pascitur, U 108 

Pascsos, P 118 

Pascunt, C 737 

Passa, U 312 

Passim, P 187; U 310 

Passio, P 102 

Passionis, P 171 

Passum, B 129 

Passas, P 134 

Pasta, A 415 

Pastellns, P 137 

Pastiarium, G 833 

Pastinaca, P 122 

Pastinare, P 13 

PastofoUa, P 55 

Pastoforia, P 79 

Pastor, Int. 266; A 940 
Pastorale, Int. 50 
Pastoralem, G 27 
Pastores, B 149; P 260 
Patalogia, P 171 
Patefactio, H 100 
Patens, D 335; H 125 
Patentem, P 97 
Pater, Int. 7, 8, 32, 33, 35 ; 
A 25; B 63; P 30 (bis), 
671, 712 ; S 9 
Patera, P 106, 160 
Patescit, D 194 
Patet, L 242 
Pathos, P 141 
Patibulum, G 9 ; P 37 
Patientia, Int. 268 
Patitur, P 367 
Patrafocaria, P 313 
Patrate, P 93 
Patratum, P 84 
Patrauit, P 9 
Patre, S 463 
Patrem, B 5 
Patres, I 328 
Patri, P 144 
Patria, A344;P580 
Patriam, B 100 



Patriarcha, P 1 
Patrici, P 139 
Patrimonia, G 331 
Patrimonium, P 2, 309 
Patris, Int. 40; A 7, 277, 

513; P534; T 139; U 30 
Patrissat, P 144 
Patrocinium, P 10; S 580 
Patronus, S 579 
Patruelis, C 857; P 95, 104 
Patrum, P 1 
Patruus, P 30, 94 
Patulum, P 97 
Paturia, P 121 
Paturum, P 253 
Pancissimus, P 142 
Pauoorum, Int. 125 
Pauculus, P 142 
Pauimentam, H 22 
Pauit, P 133 
Paulatim, G 348 ; G 186 ; P 

29, 340 ; S 627 
Pauli, P 199 
Paulisper, P 92 
Paulo, D 382 
Paulus, Int. 240; P 100 
Pauo, P 131 
Pauone, I 467 
Pauper, I 390 
Pauperauit, E 478 
Paupercula, Int. 86; D 2 
Paupertas, E 96 
Paupertate, P 195 
Pauperum, G 177 
Paupilius, P 76 
Pausans, L 116 
Pausatio, L 114 
Pax, 460 ; Q 62 
Paxillum, P 107, 173 
Pean, P 317 
Peocando, P 870 
Peocatis, B 246 
Peccatum, A 272;; M 172 
Peccauit, L 191 
Peoodum, P 476 
Peoorum, C 104 
Pecten, P 319 
Pectica, P 376 
Pectit, P 257 
Peotora, B 199 
Pectus, T 138 
Peou, P 321 
Pecuarius, P 346 
Pecude, P 321 
Peculator, P 327 
Peculatus, P 245, 339 
Peoulium, P 309 
Pecunia, A 338, 346, 354, 

471, 783; 89; P 333 
Pecuniam, P 327 
PecuniQ, S 293 



Peonnis, S 75, 353 

Pecus, A 33; B 217; M 69, 

301; P321; B 228, 247 
Pedagogum, P 268 
Pedatum, P 347 
Pede, Int. 74; A 427; D367 
Pedem, D 115 
Pedes, Int. 128, 253, 319, 

320, 333; A 392; D 292; 

L29;B32; p. 99, note 2 
Pedeum, Int. 317 
Pedibus, P303; T 103 
Pedis, Int. 218 
Pedisequa, P 190 
Pedisequi, A 250 
Peditatus, A 333 
Peditemtim, P 340 
Peditum, A 333 
Pedo, P 253 
Pedor, P 275, 352, 353; p. 

91, note 3 
Pedora, p. 91, note 2 
Pedore, P 269 
Peduola, P 312 
Pedum, Int. 78, 96; B 125; 

P260 
Peduum, Int. 262, 318 
Pegaso, P 364 
Pegnius, P 332 
Peius, S 291 
PelagicuB, P 342 
Pelagus, A 314 
Pelenum, P 360 
Pelept, P 362 
Pelex, P 355 
Pelicem, P 372 
Pelices, P 209 
Pella, P 315 
Pellace, P 221 
Pellax, P 192, 274 
Pelleum, G 27 
Pellexerat, P 206 
Pellexit, P 271 
Pellibus, M65; B 83 
Pellicanus, P 498 
PeUis, C 386; M 129; P 

276, 371 
Pelltaria, P 276 
Peluis, A 443 
Pena, G 146 
Penates, P 228, 361 
Pendens, P 308 
Pendent, P 276 
Penduloso, P 210 
Pendulus, P 314, 358 
Penetissima, P 363 
Penetralia, 1159; P 338 
Penetrauit, A 919 
Peniculo, P 230 
Benis, P 351 
Penitus, 1 381 ; M70; P310 



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Peoix, P 252 

Pennft, A 495 

Pensa, P 696 

Pensationea, P 294 

Penses, A 200 

Pensioolatores, P 248 

Pensio, D69; P 261 

Pensum, P 289 

Pentametron, Int. 262 

PenteooBtes, Int. 246 

Pentiootarchus, P 348 

Pentimemeren, Int. 253 

Pentomen, P 365 

Penola, P 246 

Penom, P 316 

Pennria, P 115, 285 

PenuB, P 297 

Peperit, F 391 

Pepigere, P 325 

Peplnm, P 224, 359 

Per. A 361 ; C 426, 477, 866 ; 
D 34, 119; F 114; I 91, 
234 ;P 207, 217, 229,239, 
247 (bis), 281 (bis), 283 
(bis), 560; B 84; S 304, 
629; T 242; U 26, 201 

Per (for peri), P 196, 198 

Peragit, 8 61 

Perago, F 399 

Peragrat, L313; P 251 

Percatapsat, P 360 

Peroellit, P 320 

Peroellitur, P 287, 329 

Percensit, P 238 

Peroensoit, P 304 

Percinit, P 267 

Percita, P 214 

Percitus, P 208 

Peroommoda, P 203 

Percrebuit, P 204 

PercuUt, P 284 

Percnlsa, P 194 

Peronlsos, P 193 

Percurre, P 262 

Percnrritnr, P 280 

Peronssa, M 330; P 194 

Percnsserit, D 292; H 36 

Percnssit, D 28 

Percnssor, E 166 

Percussuit, 1 16 

Peroussura, N 192 

Peroussus, B88;P465 

Percutit, D 292 ; U 126 

Perdere, A 648 

Perdidit, L 68 

Perditio, E 894; S 647 

Perditus, P 764 

Perdix, P 377 

PerdueUis, P 288 

PerdaelHum, P 206, 218 

Pdrduit, P 293 



Pere, P 366 
Peregrinatur, E 496 
Peregrini, E 646 
Peregrinonim,E 619 ; S 728 ; 

X2 
Peremit, O 90 
Peremtores, M 299 
Perende, P 266 
Perendie, P 298 
Pereperocenes, P 242 
Perexigunm, P 290 
Perfedt, E 58 
Perfeota, A 681; E 61; G 

140; B14; S601 
Perfecte, P 93 
Perfecti, S 34 
Perfectio, E 67 
Perfectnm, F 16; P 324 
Perferre, A 266 
Perficaciter, P 262 
Perficit, P 9 
Perficitur, P aSO 
Perfidia, P 202 
Perfidiosns, P 369 
Perfidna, P 368 
Perflictio, P 243 
Perfunotifl, P 270 
Perfonotoriae, P 335 
Perfunctum, P 243 
Perfunditur, P 278 
Perfungit, P 222 
Pergendum, P 772 
Peigenuat, P 344 
Pergit, P 344 
Perhiodas, P 300 
Peri, P 195, 201 
Peribulus, P249 
Pericapis, P 235 
Pericope, P 225 
Periculo, 216 
Pericnlosa^ M 100 
Periculum, D 227; E 16, 

610, 666 
Periddon, P 236 
Peridoy, P 200 
Peridoyn, P 199 
Perifgetosias, P 234 
Perifrasticus, P 299 * 
Perinde, P 266 
Periodoias, P 197 
Periodos, Int. 263 
Peripitegi, P 354 
Periscelidus, P 830 
Perite, I 40 
Peritesyon, P 237 
Peritia, M 141 
Peritus, F 310 ; G 137 
Perizomata, P 241 
Perlata, P 296 
Perlatum, P 324 
Perligata, P 267 



Perlustrat, P 280 
PermaluB, F 275 
Permisit, N 186 ; S 372 
Permittas, B 86 
Permitte, S 307 
Permittes, A 664 
Permixtum, O 177; P 211 
Permotatio, E 466 
Permotus, P 193 
Permnloit, p. 97, note 2 
Permulserit, P 318 
Permultos, 982 
Pema, P 260 
Pemioiosom, P 279 
Pernicitas, P 263 
Pemiciter, P 227 
Pemitidis, P 373 
Pemix, P 216 
Pernox, P 273 
Pero, P 306 
Perorans, P 302 
Peromans, D 303 
Perossum, P 223 
PeroBus, P 231 
Perpendiculum, P 232, 264 
Perpendit, P 366 
Perpera, P 277, 328 
Perperam, P 238, 322 
PerperimuB, P 323 
Perpes, P 374 
PerpesBum est, P 191 
Perpetem, P 378 
Perpetuum, P 378 
Perpinguem, O 199 
Perplexa, P 267 
Perplexus, P 264 
Persarom, S 34 
Persas, M 2 
Perscelides, P 803 
Persecuti, D 63 
Persequendum, I 376 
Perseqaens, A 394 
Persequere, P 282; S 236 
Perseueram, O 31 
Perseuerant, O 61 
Persictius, P 367 
PersoUa, P 345 
Persoluebant, L 318 
Persoluere, D 160 
Persoluio, P 337 
Persolutio, P 261 
Persona, D 307; P 345 
Personarum, D 866 
Perspectans, P 258 
Perspicuum, P 266 
Perstant, P 336 
Perstrenue, P 189 
Perstromata, P 301, 357; p. 

92, note 3 
Pertegmina, P 301 
PerterrituB, E 365 



LATIN INDEX. PER — PLA 



183 



Pertinaciter, P 212 
Pertinacius, P 286 
Pertinens, N 35 
Pertinet, D 18; M 62 
Pertitum, B 128 
Pertransitur, P 272 
Perturbata, S 244 
Perturbatio, T 340 
Perturbatione, E 313 
Peruia, C 881 
Pemicacia, P 295 
Peruicax, P 292, 305 
Peruigilans, P 273 
Peruium, P 272 
Pernnctus, D 38 
Pes, Int. 261 ; G 40 ; P 334 
Pesago, p. 92, note 4 
Pessimum, Int. 100; P 220 
Pessul, P 311 
Pessulmn, P 269 
Pessum, P 213, 220, 307, 

370 
Peatem, P 331 
Pestiferum, P 201; T 98 
Pestilentes, B 78 
Pestinuntium, P 331 
Pestis, U 195 
Pesuma, P 349 
Peta, Int. 254 
Petalnm, P 240 
Petere, P 343 
Peticius, P 343 
Petigi, P 431 
Petigo, P 244 
Petilius, P 255 
Petisse, P 215 
Petit, Int. 18; E 86 
Petitio, Int. 296 
Petitione, F 220 
Petitores, P 806 
Petria, P 502 
Petrus, Int. 63, 239 
Petuita, P 375 
Petulans, P 226, 326, 341 
Petulantes, P 219 
Petulci, P 219 
Petus, P 291 
Pgocias, P 196 
Phalange, E 398 
Phalanx, P 379 
Phanicem, P 384 
PharizsBi, P 390 
Phasa, Int. 245 
Phebe, P 388 
Philactaria, P 385 
PhiUppeoe, P 387 
PhiUppus, Int. 241 
Phaocompos, P 389 
Philologus, P 381 
Philosophi, F156;Q42 
Philosophiae, P 354 



Philbsophorum, E 255 

Philosophas, P 380 

Philozeni, P 382 

PhlBUlos, P 383 

Phitecus, P 386 

Phoebi, S 439 

Piaculare, P 401 

Piacnlum, P 403, 426 

Piae, P 403 

Piare, P 406 

Hoe, C926; P 400 

Piceca, P 438 

Piois, P 425 

Picridae, P 432 

Picta, C 512 

Piotaci, F 209 

Piotura, C 251 

Pictus acu, P 421 

Pious, P 424 

Pieris, P 404 

Piger, I 31, 170 

Piget, P 399 

PigiUs, P 872 

Pigmentarium, M 266 

Pignorauit, S 658 

Pignorum, S 286 

Pignus, A 630 

Pila, G 110; P 410, 412, 

416; 8 56,458 
Pilaris, P 392 
Pilas, A 738 
Pilatus, Int. 243 
PiUbus, M 65 
Pililia, P 436 
Pilimita, P 515 
PUleas, G 11 
PiUentes, P 417 
PiUinm, T 162 
Pilo, P 393 ; T 357 
Pilos, P 858 
Pilus, P 437 
Pimelea, P 423 
Pinam, P 430 
Pinax, P 413 
Pindere, P 393 
Pingit, P 407 
Pinguae, U 235 
Pingnes, M 69 
Pingnibns, O 201 
Pingoido, Int. 47 
Pinguis, 715 ; O 44 ; U 234 
Pinna, P 419, 435 
Pinnaoulmn, P 396 
Pinnate, A 438 
Pinso, P 395 
PinuB, P 420 
Pipant, P 422 
Piperatum, U 155 
Pipilio, P 168 
Pirata, C 432 
Piraticam, P 391 



PiraticuB, L 154 

Piratoram, A 727 

Piratas, P 434 

Pirus, P 418 

PisaB, O 131 

Pisoarom, C 960 

Pisoatoria, G 183 

Pisces, S 174 

Piscma, B 112 

Pisois, E 15, 209; P 342, 

439, 558 ; S 369, 480 
Piscium, E 130 
Piscosus, G 181 
Pisema, P 409 
Pisici, P 429 
PiRtioum, N49;P405 
PistiUa^ P 397 
PistiUus, P 440 
Pistomine, Int. 259 
Pistoria, G 202, 913 
PistriUa, P 415 
Pistrimum, P 408 
Pistrix, P 402 
Pisum, P 414 
Pithagoreus, P 433 
Pithi, P 427, 431 
Hthon, P 428 
Pithonissa, Int. 252 
Pittacium, P 394, 411 
Htuita, P 398 
Pix, P 425 
Plaoare, P 406 
Placat, H143;L213 
Placatio, I 305 
Plaoator, O 12 
Placatus, F 290; S 432 
Plaoentas, P 457 
Placet, P 447 
Plaoidum, C 401 
PlaoiduB, P 447 
Placito, U 171 
Placitum, D 146, 209 
Plaouerit, P 318 
Plagae, C413, 484;S505 
Plagarius, P 476 
Plagarom, C 823 
Plagas, P 460 
Plagella, P 460 
Planetum, H 132 
Plangit, P 368 
Piano, H 132 
Pianos, P 47 
Planta, U 211 
Plantago, P 462 
Plantatio, S 591 
Planum, E 288 
Plasmatio, F 174 
Plastes, P 459 
Plastioa, P 461 
Plastrograuis, P 475 
Plataria, P 467 



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PUtisa, P 464 
Platolilum, U 183 
Platonis, P 466 
PUtuB, Int. 249 
Plandet, P 479 
Plaadit, P 443, 452 
PlausibiUs, P 446 
Planstra, P 446 
Planstrom, P 481 
Plaosiis, P 444, 472 
Plaatis, P 470 
PlantuB, P 471 
Plebem, P 480 
Plebescat, P 480 
PlebB, E 562; H 148; P 448, 

478 (bis) 
Plectator, P 454 
Plectere, P 441 
Plectitor, P 442 
Plectra, P 465 
Pleotmm, P 473 
Plena, C 83 
Plenissimum, G 789 
Plenitudo, C 850 
Plenum, I 372; 194, 223 
PlenuB, F 143; U 196 
Pleuioola, P 477 
Plexus, P 455 
PliadaB, P 451 
Plicat, U 141 
PliosperuB, P 458 
Plomonion, P 453 
Plorat, H 9 
Pludit, P 452 
Pluit, G 186 
Plumae, P 463 
Plumaria, A 772 
Plumario, O 212; P 463 
Plumis, C 743 
Plumum, P 456 
Plunas, P 449 
Plures, 158; S 341 
PluribuB, P 793 
Pluiimis, M 83 
Pluris, P 469 
Plus, A 257, 584; F 123; I 

342; N 39; P 222, 696, 

713, 716; p. 97, note 2 

(bis) ^ 
Plus minus, P 474 
Plusculum, P 468 
Plusquam, P 468 
Pluueius, P 450 
Pluuia, B 191 
Poalauentium, P 501 
Pocerus, P 545 
Pocillus, P 514 
Pocula, P 106 
Podorem, P 499 
Poema, Int: 256; P 488, 509 
Poena, P 489 



PoesBis, Int. 257 
Poeta, G 844 ; P 502 
Poetae, P 488 
Poet§, D 230 
Poetici, P 427 
Poeticus, Int. 255 
Pol. P 550 
Polarchia, A 591 
Polenta, P 497 
Polentae, 131 
Polentam, P 562 
Poleo, P 539 
Policem, P 550 
Poliendos, P 505 
Polimita, T 204 
Polionima, P 510 
Polippus, P 558 
PoUtica, P 494 
PoUtiB, P 511 
PolitissimiB, P 561 
PoUtum, P 621 
Polix, 441 
Polla, P 530 
Pollemma, P 549 
Pollens, P 529, 551 
PoUere, P 522 
Pollex, G 481 
PoUimus, P 487 
Pollinctor, P 512 
Pollinis, P 540 
Pollis, P 541 
Point, G 455 
PoUui, T 96 
PoUutam, L 301 
Pollati, S 630 
PoUutuB, F 395 
Pollux, A 427 ;P 538 
Polum, A 340 ; P 546 
Polumnum, P 554 
PoluB, P 626 

Poma, L64;M60;S476 
Pomerium, P 496 
Pomi, M 18 
Pomorum, M 120 
Pomum, Int. 207 
Pondus, H 145; T 8 

Pone, Int. 292; P 518, 557 
Ponebus, P 486 
Ponire, P 441 
Pons, P 563 
Pontiae, P 556 
Pontiani, G 433 (bis) 
Pontifex, Int. 251 ; A 558 
Pontius, Int. 242 
Pontufl, N 8 
Ponunt, F 342 
Ponuntur, A669; 8 479 
Popa, P 508 
Popauer, P 542 
Popellus, P 563 
Poplites, A 600; P 652 



Populares, L 308 
Populatus, P 628 
Populi, Int. 265; B 07; C 

218, 340, 841 
Populornm, A 593 
Populum, Int. 36, 180; G 

848; E 563; O 277 
Populus, Int. 29; A 507; P 

448,507,563; U 309 
Porcaster, P 520 
Porcellus, P 637 
Poroopiscis, P 619 
Porcos, U 298 
Porfyrio, P 517 
Porfyrionis, P 498 
Porgere, P 548 
Porias, P 200 
Ponectis, G 210 
Porrigunt, G 708, 718 
Porro, Q 69 
Ponrus, T 210 
Porta, G 736 ; S 162 
Portae, P 496 
Portam, U 6 
Portans, B 226 
Portant, H 162 
Portantur, L 151 
Portarum, P 495 
Portat, E 344; G 36, 46, 85 ; 

S314 
Portata, U 69 
Portator, A 798; S 202 
Portatus, E 269 ; G 44 
Port§, I 502 
Portenderent. P 492 
Portendit, P 490, 627, 536 
Portentum, P 513 
Portio, P 606 
Portione, P 800 
Portior, P 484 
Portis, A 677 
Portitores, L 166; P 483 
Portitorum, P 482 
Portiunculas, G 676 
Portor, U 55, 73 
Portum, S 497 
Pos, Int. 261 

Positio, N 178; 8 132, 366 
Positis, I 86 
Positisoulo, P 603 
Positura, Int. 314 
Positus, S 717 
Possessam, P 486 
Possessio, Int. 56; F 393; 

P119; T82 
Possessiones, F 411 
Possessionum, G 171 
Possessor, A 171 ; F 199 
Possibilitas, F 33 
Possidens, Int. 66 
Possidere, T 54 



LATIN INDEX. POS — PRA 



185 



Post, Int. 128, 253, 319, 320; 

A 451; B 161; C 914; D 

305; P 265, 486, 516, 534, 

543, 657 ; T 316 
Postcrastinat, P 531 
Postea, I 290 
Postena, P 504 
Posterior, 118; P 860 
Posteritas, P 491 
Posteritatem, P 774 
Postes, B 76 
Posthabetam, P 486 
Posthabeto, P 493 
Posthumus, P 559 
Postioia, P 500 
Postliminium, P 543 
Postmodom, D 61 
Postremo, D 285 
Postrum, P 547 
Posttridie, P 544 
Postulata, F 229 
Postulaticins, P 555 
Postulatur, P 555 
Postumus, P 534 
Postura, S 567 
Potam, U 164 
Pote, P 535; U 300 
Poten, A 555 
Potens, P 529 
Potentia, P 121, 198 
Potentiam, D 257; U 169 
Poterat, A 110 
Potes, Q 68 
Potescit, D 76 
Potest, 127; B 221; 1176, 

860, 426, 450; B 30; 8 

851; T 112, 279; U 114 
Potesta, N 177 
Potestas, A 591; D 218; N 

200 
Potestate, I 298; N 195; S 

593 
Potiebatur, P 560 
Potio, S 351 
Potiora, P 525 
Potissimmn, P 523 
Potitarum, P 524 
Potitur, P 532 
Potins, S 243 
Potuit, Q 47 
Potum, C914; N 99 
Potus, N 75 
Pr , C 433 
Practica, P 669 
Prae, P 255, 605, 798, 799 
Praebens, P 714 
Praecedit, A 645 
Praecellerat, P 726 
Praeceps, P 370, 730, 805, 

819 
Praecepta, P 385 



Praecepto, D 288 
Praeceptor, D 257 
Praecinctoria, M 323 
Praecipita, P 630 
Praecipitat, P 629, 722 
Praecipites, P 649 
Praecisis, S 680 
Praecissorum, A 879 
Praedara, A 498; B 62 
Praeclaro, D 114 
Praeclarum, I 436; B 131 
Praeconio, P767; U 264 
Praeconinm, P 584 
Praeoordia, E 466; P 677 
Praeda, T 271 
Praedarius, P 621 
Praedes, P 663 
Praedia, F 411 
Praediarins, P 714 
Praedicat, P 728 
Praedicatio, P 584 
Praedicatione, S 347 
Praedicit, U 1 
Praedicor, T 131 
Praediuina, P 587 
Praedium, H 80; P 744 
Praedixit, D 188 
Praedo, B 29 
Praedoctis, P 601 
Praeeminet, P 396 
Praeest, O 189; U 139 
Praefaricator, P 631 
Praefatio, P 625, 656, 745 
Praefectae, P 616 
Praefecti, Q 28 
Praefectus, P 678 
Praeficat, P 797 
Praegustaret, P 651 
Praelata, P 818 
Praelati, P 740 
Praelecto, P 768, 792 
Praelibaret, P 651 
Praemia, N 45 
Praemisa, P 823 
Praemiserit, P 570 
Praemulcit, P 716; p. 97, 

note 2 
Praemulgarit, P 755 
Praenimi, P 579 
Praeocupatio, A 578 
Praeparant, A 210 
Praeparatio, Int. 178, 179, 

247; E558; P 109 
Praeparationes, E 342 
Praepites, P 646 
Praeponat, P 797 
Praepositarae, C 952 
Praepositns, P 30 
Praepositu[s], T 111 
Praeposternm, P 757 
Praepropere, T 64 



Praeputii, P 695 
Praeripit, P 590 
Praerogans, P 751 
Praerogatiua, P 823 
Praerogatur, N 173 
Praerupta, P 610 
Praeruptns, P 660 
Praesaga, P 587 
Praesagium, P 586 
Praesbyter, Int. 250 
Praesedit, P 733 
Praesens, F 193 ; P 743 
Praesepta, P 750 
Praeses, D 371; P 576, 717 
Praesidium, P 634, 752 
Praesorium, P 739 
Praestans, P 820 
Praestante, P 636 
Praestantior, P 632 
Praestantis, P 770 
Praestat, C 510; P 736; B 

77 
Praestigatores, P 729 
Praestigia, P 731, 734 
Praestigium, P 681, 729 
Praesto, P 743 
Praestolandum, A 178 
Praestolare, P 633 
Praestrigiae, P 813 
Praestrigium, P 697 
Praestringat, P 681 
Praestulatur, P 678 
Praestulit, P 713 
Praesules, P 687 
Praesumit, U 301 
Praesumtio, P 576, 822 
Praesunt, P 687 
Praesnra, G 51 
Praetenta, P 765 
Praeter, P 809 ; U 272 
Praeterea, Q 52 
Praeterio, O 164 
Praetermisa, 167 
Praetersorium, P 832 
Praetextatus, P 600, 674 
Praetiosa, H 98 
Praetor, P 620, 678 
Praetores, P 810 
Praetoriola, P 665 
Praetoris, A 499 
Praetorium, P 622 
Praetum, P 720 
Praeueniat, A 582 
Praeuenit, P 703 
Praeuentus, P 707 
Praeuertitur, P 703 
Praeuidens, C 583 
Praeuideo, P 565 
Praeuidere, E 135 
Praeuidimus, C 578 
Pragma, P 693 



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LATIN INDEX. PRA — PRO 



Pragmatica, P 655, 658 
Prancatarius, P 715 ; p. 97, 

note 2 
PrancatiariuB, P 849 
Prancatrias, p. 97» note 2 
Prasinom, G 77 
Prana, H 69 
Praue, P 822 
Praxeon, P 682 
Praxinus, P 666 
Preces, £ 505 
Precibus, I 392 
Precinentes, F 38 
Precis, P 709 
Preco, R 107 
Pregnane, F 274 
Premit, P 786 
Prendit, C 269 
Pres, P 668 
Pr^scio, P 565 
Pr^stat, G 147 
Pretersorim, P 670 
Pretienormis, P 809 
Pretio, A96; L 181 
Pretiosius, Q 30 
Pretimn, O 200 (bis); P 261 
Prex, P 709 
PrexeoB, P 662 
Priapus, P 796 
Pridem, I 2 ; P 788 
Pridie, P 789 
Prifeta, P 672 
Prifignus, P 675, 677 
Prima, C 361; L 3; P 19, 

684, 711 
Primari, P 758 
Primarins, C 66 
Prime, U 249 
PrimiuirgiuB, P 808 
Primo, A 950 
Primores, I 218 ; P 758 
Primus, P 588, 881 
Prinoeps, Int. 278, 280 ; A 

374, 727, 746; D 257; N 

2; PI, 711; T 203 
Principale, A 904 
Principalis, P 655 
Principatu, A 591 
Principatum, A 811 ; M 303 ; 

S642 
Principatns, A 624, 762 
Principes, A 745; S 557 
Prineto, P 652 
Prinionis, P 704 
Priorgeni, A 649 
PrisceUi, P 705 
Priscos, P 828 
Pristina, Q 34 
Priuaretur, I 95 
Priuata, P 575 
Priuigna, P 604 



Prinilegarins, P 812 

Priuilegio, P 812 

Priuilegium, P 575 

Priuor, P 762 

Pro, A 508; D 280; E 219; 
M 181, 309; N 168; P 
598, 608, 741, 773 (bis), 
800 (bis); 8197,215; Y5 

Proagit, P 733 

Proauus, A 25; P 671 

Probate, C 584 

Probati, P 779 

Probatio, A 668 

Probatum, 1 104; P 781 

ProbatuB, £ 377; B 456, 
460 

Probe, P 640 

Probi, P 779 

Probitas, P 732 

Problesma, P 685 

Problesmata, P 780 

Probrat, P 760 

Probrosa, P 645 

Probrosus, P 771 

Probrum, P 814 

Probum, P 572 

Probus, P 611, 787 

Procacitas, P 746 

Procanas, P 803 

Procax, P 571, 585, 724 

ProceUa, A 324 

Proceres, P 827 

Proceritas, P 648 

Procerum, P 635 

Procerus, P 657 

Processit, T 288 

Proci, P 727, 806 

Procinctu, 1 167 

Procliuius, P 769 

Proconsul, P 602 

Procrastinat, P 661 

Procreauit, P 742 

Procubuit, P 718 

Procul, A357; H3 

Proculum, P 691 

Proculus, P 712 

Procuratio, P 592 

Procus, P 676, 817 

Prodigium, P 753 

Prodigunt, P 639 

Prodigus, A 465 ; P 583, 747, 
754, 821 

Prodimur, P 702 

Proditus, D 101 

Producers, E 533 

Producit, £444; M 316 

Producta, A 151 

Productalem, P 794 

Productio, E 18 

ProeUum, N 22; P 660 

Profena, P 749 



Profanat, P 679 
Profecta, P 617 
Profecto, P 725 
Profectus, P 759, 766 
Proferat, E 29 
Proferentur, E 30 
Profert, P 748 
Proferunt, P 736 
Proficiens, P 759 
Proficisci, B 123 
Profiteer, P 589 
Profliota, P 706 
Profligatis, P 609, 637 
Profligauit, P 790 
Profligetur, P 830 
Profligit. P 623 
Profluit, A 269 
Profugus, P 580 
Profuit, N 168 
Profunda, L 59 
Profundit, H 19 
Profundum, E 277 
Profundus, U 43 
Profusis, P 596 
ProfusuB, D 1; P 583, 738, 

834 
Progeniem, P 774 
Progna, P 710 
Prohemium, P 626, 745 
Prohibebant, 1 140 
Prohibendi, N 76 
Prohibens, A 279 
Prohibentibufl, I 455 
Prohibet, A 767 
Prohibitum, I 94 
Proiecit, A8; D 28, 247; E 

517 
Prolatis, D 204 
Prolatum, P 785 
Prolem, P 775 
Proles, P 574 
ProHbor, P 815 
ProUxa, P 763 
Prolixior, 917 
Prolongata, P 618 
Promaean, P 569 
Promamus, P 782 
Promaritima, P 599 
Promatum, P 694 
Promeon, P 591 
Prometheus, P 619 
Prominet, P 737 
Promiscui, E 263 
Promiscuis, P 777 
Promiserit, P 628 
Promisit, S 457 
Promittit, A 275, 568 ; D 41 ; 

P627; 8 368; U 48 
Promontaria, P 638 
Promotomm, L 9 
Promouerit, £ 128 



LATIN INDEX. PRO — PUL 



187 



Promsit, P 593 
Promtior, P 761 
Promtuarias, P 804 
Promturium, P 802 
Promulcet, P 748 
Promalgare, P 764 
Promnlgarunt, P 696 
Promulgit, P 728 
Promulserit, P 594 
Promunt, P 736 
PromuBcidis, P 699 
Pronefa, P 793 
Pronepote, A 24 
Proni, T 174 
Pronuba, P 169, 701 
Pronus, P 647, 700 
Propagare, P 833 
Propagatio, P 491 
Propago, P 791 
Propalam, P 582 
Propalantibus, P 831 
Propalatnm, P 614 
Propatulo, I 418 
Prope, C 390, 821, 864; £ 

164; P366; U 239 
Propedien, P 816 
Propensior, P 607, 696, 772 
Propere, U 287 
Propero, P 829 
Propicon, P 653 
Propietas (for proprietas), 

119 
Propio, I 467 
Proplesma, P 680 
Propositio, P 680 
PropoBtulata, P 615 
Propri, A 442 
Propria, M 170; P 675 
Proprietas, E 314,318; I 19 
Proprium, A 525, 629; G 

144; E 319; I 20, 468; 

R177 
Propropera, P 603 
Propter, D 230 ; 60 ; P 564, 

719 
Propturia, P 801 
Propugnacula, P 419 
Propugnaculum, P 581, 825 
Propulsa, P 616 
Prora, P 684 
Proritat, P 643 
Prorogunt, P 639 
Prosa, P 656, 698, 796 
Prosapia, P 667 ; S 506 
Prosator, P 664 
Proscenia, P 673 
Proscripsit, P 606 
Proscriptoribus, A 856 
Prosefanesin, P 668 
Prosenatnin, O 261 
Prosepion, P 624 



Prosequitur, P 776 
Prosequor, P 689 
ProBodia, Int. 268 
Prosomean, P 566 
Prospicit, C 286; P 683 
Prostat, P 721 
Prostibula, P 641, 689 
Prostibulo, 1143; L 141 
Prostibulum, P 642, 690 
Prostituta, P 644 
Prostratio, S 490 
Prostratus, F 440 
Prostrauit, F406; P 641 
Protelata, P 618 
Protendit, P 778 
Proterentem, P 613 
Proteri, P 654 
Protertum, P 573 
Proterunt, P 612 
Proteseon, P 567 
Protextere, P 783 
Protracta, F 407 
Protulerit, P 570, 693, 628 
Protulit, E 28 
Protuplaustum, P 588 
Prouehit, P 697 
Prouehitur, P 686 
Proueho, P 826 
Prouentus, P 784 
Prouerat, D 133 
Prouerbium, P 626 
Prouidentia, P 619 
Prouidit, E 133 
Prouisa, P 780 
Prouocant, A 480 
Prouocat, E 108; L 97; P 

643 
Prouocati, C 572 
Prouocatus, I 447; P 756 
Prouocauit, I 313 
Proximae, A 872 
Proximi, A 606 
Proximos, F 200 
Proximus, A 207 
Proxineta, P 807 
Prudentia, P 627 
Pruina, P 669, 723 
Prumsit, P 824 
Prumtuarium, P 811 
Prunas, P 688 
Prunus, P 708 
Prurigo, P 692 
Prydanis, P 627 
Psadepaairafa, P 837 
PsaUia, P 839 
Psalmus, Int. 181 
Psalterium, Int. 230; P 836 
Pseodoepigrapha, P 835 
Psili, Int. 260 
Psychi, P 838 
Ptoceos, P 840 



Ptysones, P 841 
Pube, P 876 
Puberat, P 879 
Pubertas, P 857 
Pubes, P 858 
Pubetemis, P 864 
Pubis, P 863 
Pudenda, P 297, 351 
Pudentem, P 883 
Pudet, P 399 
Pudibundem, P 883 
Pudicas, S 711 
Pudicitia, C 2 
Pudor, P 844 
Pudoris, B 98 
PueUa, P 866 
PueUae, S 732 
PueUas, L 141 
PueUis, G 50 

Puer, D171; 1202; P 863 
Pueri, P 878 
Puerorum, P 268 
Puerpera, P 855 
Puerperium, P 862, 878 
Pugiles, P 864 
Pugillares, P 848 
Pugillo, 910 
Pugillum, P 846 
Pugio, P 873 
Pugionibus, P 847 
Pugit, P 284, 849, 853 
Pugna, G98; M 273; Nil, 

22,44 
*Pugnandi, B 62 
Pugnans, A 846 
Pugnant, I 262 
Pugnat, C288; P 392 
Pugnis, P 660 
Pugnum, P 846 
Pugnus, C 744 
Pugula, P 138 
Pulcharre, F 416 
Pulcher, L 111 
Pulchra, A 498 
Pulchre, E 65, 143 
Pulchris, A 907 
Pulchritudo, C 278; D 167 
Pulchrum, L 29 
Puleium, S 287 
Pulenta, P 867 
PuUx, P 871 

PuUa, P845, 887; T 192 
PuUantes, P 884 
PuUatas, P 882 
Pulleium, P 877 
Pullentum, P 874 
PuUuiUum, P 866 
PuUus, P 886 
Pulmones, £ 181 
Pulpita, P 852 
Pulsus, P 680 



188 



LATIN INDEX. PUL — QUI 



Palueris, A 875 
Pnluinar, P 851, 866 
PuluiDaria* P 859 
Puluifl, R 27 ; S 79 
Pumeriom, P 880 
PuiniHo, N 88 

Panctoi P 865 ; p. 99, note 2 
Pnnctum, C 280 
PnnotuB, S 519 
Pnnica, M 120 
Punioam, P 885 
Punicum, B 80 
Ponitio, D 263 
Panitornxn, T 273 
Puniait, U 232 
Puntus, P 875 
PupHca, A 913 ; P 644 
Puplicam, P 327, 870 
PupUcani, P 870 
Puplicare, P 842 
Puplicarum, F 168 
Puplicas, S 710 
Puplioe, A 354, 946; G331; 

L225 
Puplicetur, U 28 
PupUco, F 161. 183 ; I 418 
Puplicmn, L 306; M 362; 

P 339, 850 
Puppis, P 860 
Pupulat, P 856 
Pura, T 220 
Purgam, F 302 
Purgare, D 220 
Purgata, E 140 
Purgatur, E 110 
Purificatum, D 79 
Puritas, 8 149 
Puro, S 673 
Pnrporeum, L 129 
Purpura, F 139 ; M 329, 352 ; 

269 
Purpurati, Q 79 
Purpurea, T 297 
Purulentis, S 583 
Purum, Int. 260; S 83 
Pus, P 869 
PusiUos, P 861 
Pusio, P 881 
Pussillanimis, C 838 
Pustula, P 868 
Putabam, B 106 
Putamina, P 843 
Putando, D 345 
PutaB,H127;I600; N 143 
Putatiuum, N 154 
Putauero, E 310 
Puteus, B 69 
Puto, E 309 
Putrefacta, T 30 
l»utrido, T 7 
Putridum, P 201 



Putu, U 302 
Pyramides, P 889 
Pyrgras, P 888 

Qua, L 151; P 240; Q 1, 

79 
Quacnmque, Q 17 
Quadrangulum, L 124 
QnadranguluB, P 59 
Quadrans, Q 15 
Quadrare, Q 27 
Quadratum, A 376 
QuadratuB, O 22 
Quadripedum, D 357 
Quadripertitum, Q 16 
Quadris, T 78 
Quadrupedum, P 146 
Quae, Int. 145; A 70. 349, 
598, 695; B 31 (bis), 
177, 192; C 497; D 369; 
F 240, 360; G 46, 101; 
I 320, 388, 460; L 88, 
152, 195; M 62; O 158, 
219; P 174, 276, 426, 
641;B27, 260; 8 30, 66; 
U 141, 163 
Quae (for qua), C 879 
Quaeoumque, A 704 
Quaedam, G 129; I 117; P 

377; Q 6 
Quaerela, Q 29 
Quaerella, Q8 
Quaerelus, Q 8 
Quaeremoniae, Q 36 
Quaeremonifi, Q 29 
QuaeremonuB, Q 7 * 

Quaeritat, Q 31 
Quaeritur, G 201 
Quaerulus, Q 83, 35 
Quaesita, Q 34 
Quaesitor, Q 14 
Quaessionum, E 412 
Quaestio, Q 37 
Quaestionum, S 420 
Quaestiosius, Q 80 
QuaestiosuB, Q 32 
QuaeBtor, Q 14 
Quaestorio, Q 38 
Quaestuor, Q 11 
Quaestus, L 217 
QuaeBtuB est, Q 13 
QuaUbet, F 838 ; Q 4 
QualitaB, G 612 
QualuB, Q 12 
Quam, A 110, 257 ; E 245 ; 

P713 
Quamdiu, D 344, 380 
Quamuis, Q 8 
Quanam, Q 26 
Quando, D 172, 292; E 194; 
S 66, 654 



Quanquam, Q 9 
Quantisper, Q 18 
QuantociuB, Q 25 
Quantulum, Q 2 
Quaque, Q 6, 21 
Quare, Q 57, 78 

Quarta, A568;Q15;T85 

Quartana, A 668 

Quaa, B47;P168 

QuaBdam, Q 10 

Quasi, Int. 56 ; A 25, 168, 
627; B 124; G 127,276; 
D806; E 44,181, 281 ;P 
106; G 2,38,71; H7; I 
49, 509; L 8; M 179; N 
178; 89, 116; P 432, 
699, 711; K 249; S 102, 
285, 417 (bis); T 296, 
822 ;U 302 

; Quasilum, Q 22 

Quassat, Q 23 

Quasum, Q 20 

Quatenus, Q 1 

Quatere, Q 5 

Quaterna, A 376 

Quatemio, Q 19 

Quatitur, Q 24 

Quauis, Q 4 

Que, A 728, 916; P 643 ; S 35 

QuQdam, Q 21 

Quern, G 912; D 23; P 260; 
R37 

Querella, Q 7 

QueruHs, D 64 

Questione, I 332 

Questo, Q 38 

QuQstores, Q 28 

Queue, A 204, 881 

Qui, Int. 173, 200; A 24, 33. 
96, 150, 170, 375, 383, 
392, 426, 477, 499, 627, 
556, 818, 821, 823, 886, 
887, 888, 906; B 16, 46, 
107, 120, 122, 161, 161; 
G 20, 43, 171, 181, 185, 
206, 218, 220, 308, 340, 
396, 426, 433, 751, 763, 
754, 808, 848, 912; D 
107, 111, 261, 305, 311, 
312, 375; E 41, 136, 172, 
176,209,246, 267, 496; F 
76, 77, 78, 82, 180, 414; 
G 39, 60, 69; H 41, 64, 
152; I 118, 360,392,477; 
L 2, 17, 141, 179, 202. 
217,228,246, 280; M 64, 
96, 181, 216, 231, 266, 
267, 346; N 39; O 7, 
12, 125, 127, 189. 267, 
266; P 231, 327,331,343, 
367, 368, 369, 392, 447, 



LATIN INDEX. QUI — REC 



481, 643, 633. 687, 712, 


Quocumque, Q 74. 76 




9 


772, 812, 8M, 870; Q 


Quod. A 91, 168. 518, 


941, 


.t. 364 


38, 48, 61; B 39, 127, 


950, 968: B 65, 94, 


190; 


0, R3 


169, 190 ; 8 93, 230, 296, 


C 267, 819. 477. 844; D 


;i 


314. 326, 360, 390, 428, 


lis, 119; E 8, 221, 


361, 


S2. 148 


466, 666, 633. 660; T 104, 


262; F 368, 359; 


27. 


^^tii.,, 1 ui;7 


111, 113, 176. 221, 370. 


101; H 138. 143; I 176, 




327; V 24, 32, 45, 88, 


380, 381, 426; X US; 


Raptim, R 6 


126, 139, 303 


230; P 28, 373,488. 


660. 


RbbUb, H 30 


Quia. C 623, 932, 939; D 


681, 696, 880; Q 46 (bis), 


Raster, R 9 


292; F 124; I. 168, 2M; 


56,68; B30, 39. 84 


127. 


Bastros, E 19 


M336 


3,';7: 8 101,116,341, 


617; 


Bastrom, Int. 373 


QuibuB. A 712; C 736; F 


T 226, 237, 279; U 


140, 


Rata, K 14 


20; H 140, 148; 1198; L 


178, 199; p. 82. note 


2 


Rati, R 18 


13; M 182; P 481, 495. 


Qaodam.C844;a47 




Ratio,A666,593, 838, 875; 


577, 689: Q 73; R 101 


Quodlibet. N 102 




C 12; E 38e;L 367; P 


Qaioquid,G36;P396;U114 


Qnodoumqne, E 386 




171 


Qaicnmqua, Q 73 


Quominus, S 317 




Rationales, L 354 




Qaomodo, N166; P168;Q 


Bationalis, P 659 


Quid. A 461 ; M 15 ; Q 39, 


20 




Rationato, B 15 


56, 67, 58. 69 (bia) ; U 


Qnonam. Q 77 




Batioue, B136;013;Q1 


274 (bia) 






Rationem, P 453 


Qoidam, Int. 145; A 681; 


Quorsmn,Q76 




RaUones, F 160 


P334 


Qnonun, C 331 




Ratiomfl,D 378; P 381; R 


Qaidem, E 265. 368 


Qnofl. C 372 




13 


Qnidpiam, Q 41 


Quot, F 114 




RatiB, A441;R3S 


Qnidque. Q 73 


Qnotucnique, Q 80 




Batiunonlas, R 13 


Quidqaid, A 847 


Qmw, Q 78 




Ratnin, N67;R3, 8 


Quiea, 281, 390; Q 64 


Qunnia, Q 79 




Batus, R 6, 21 


Quietndo, Q 62 






Rauca, B 20 


Quietus, 291 


Rabbi. Int. 267 




Rb,F338 


Qoin, Q 39, 43, 44, 46, 48. 


Rabies, R 16 




Reatum, B 113 


52, 66, 61 


Rabula, U 20 




Bebantur. B 76 


Quinici, Q 42 


Rabulns, B 12 




Bebeoca, Int. 268 


QuinoB, Q 65 


aacemtiB, R 4 




Beboabant, R 305 




Radia, Int. 272 




Reboat, R 88 




BadBtnr, R 27 




Rebus, A 393; S 630; T 143 




Radei, G 253 






QuiDquBDernia, Q 50 


Radi, R 30 




RecBde, E 460 


Quinqaennftlitas, Q 67 


Radioes, C 174 




Recedebant, S 446 


Quintilifl, Q 33 


Hadicitns, E 287 




Reoedo, N 196 


QuintuB, Q 70 


Radieum. B 661 




ReoBnsus, B 110 


QoLppe. Q 61. 60 


Radio, R 31 




RecentdbuB, P 54 


Quippiam, Q 63 


Radius, B 11 








Radii, C 39; S 496 






Qoiril, A 597 


RoguBl, Int. 266 






QairiteB. Q 54 


Bfthel, Int. 269 




Beoeptum, A 273 


Quia..., Q 40 






Becertatot. A 601 


Qnia, Int. 213; 1198 ;P 265, 


Rami, S 35, 449 




BeoeBSio, A 696 


800; Q 46, 68, 72 


Hamis, B 303 




ReoBBsam, R 99 




Bamnsta. B 25 




Beeeaaua. C295;R70 


Quiapiam, Q 40 


BamuQE, B 33. 24 




Beoidimua, D 166 


QuiBque, Q 39 


Bamorum, T 56 




Recidit, D 68 


Quiaqnilia, Q 71 


Ramus, P 362 ; R 4, 34 




Recipiet, P 543 


Qniequiliae, Q 46 


Rana, R 239 




Beciprooat, B 144 


Quiaquilius, Q 59 


Ranoet. S 23 




Reoiprooato, B 68 


Quioit, Q 47 


Ranoidia, R 10 




Reoiptooatu, B 169 


Qao,A308,34G;C274,496, 


Rancidum, B 23 




Baoiprooatur, B 39 


804,964; B1I4; E 145; 


Ranoot. R 17 




Reciprocifl. B 116 


I 88. 117,461; P 413; S 


Raadum, B 36 




ReciBuni. B 128 


56,351; T357;U159 


Rapaces, S 316 







190 



LATIN IXDEX. REC — REP 



Beclamat, R 89 
Reclinate, R 68 
ReoUnes, R 69 
Reclosnm, R 47 
Reoognitus, R 110 
ReooUt, R 155 
Reoonditam, A 73 
Reconsiderat) R 140 
Recordari, G 559 
RecordatuB, E 153 
Recreare, R 36 
Recreatas, F261;R41 
Rectissimiun, G 552 
Rectitado, R 188 
Rectius, D 40 

Rectus, G 75 ; M 243 ; R 156 
Recnla, R 97 
Recumbebatnr, T 259 
Recaperatis, R 153 
Recassasset) D 73 
Recnsaat, A86;R154 
Recassanere, D 208 
Reda, F 201 
Redarguit, R 138, 159 
Reddere, D150;.R132 
Reddet, R 108 
Redditnr, E 338 
Reddunt, R 147 
Redibere, R 40, 129 
Redibet, R 108 
Redigitor, A346; R 160 
Redimicola, R 101, 124 
Redimitufi, R 52 
Redire, R 84 
Redit, R 100, 127 
Reditus, R 82, 84, 90 
Rediaa» R 122 
Rediaiaoxn, R 126 
Rediuiuus, R 127 
Redius, R 107 
Redolent, R 147 
Redolentes, H 28 
Redoles, R 158 
Redolit, R 133 
Redoluit, R 94 
Reducat, R 144 
Reduces, R 79 
Redundat, R 125 
Refecit, F 278 
Refectorium, G 318 
Refellere, R 55 
RefeUo, R 136 
RefeUor, R 135 
Refert, F124; R 77 
Refertisaimum, R 157 
Refertum, R 120 
Reficiendis, M 373 
Refluit, R 125 
Refocilatus, R 41 
Refontat, R 115 
Refouendi, R 152 



Refricare, R 114 
Refirigerat, F 313 
Refrigerium, A 621 
Refugere, A 520 
Refugu, A 846 
Refugium, R 56; S 651 
Refulgent!, R 171 
Refutant, R 145 
Refutare, A37; R 55 
Refutat, A 51 ; R 48 
Refato, R 136 
Regale, S 518 
Regalibus, A 943 
RegaUs, G 888; D 98, 221; 

M 329; S 152, 153 
Regalium, B 205 
Regat, U 199 
Rege, T 354 
Regens, A 390 
Regere, M 290 
Reges, L 299 
Regesta, R 137 
Reget, M 64 
Regia, G 209; L 139, 342; T 

36, 297 
Regiae, R 76 
Regiis, A 921 
Regimonium, R 104 
R^a, B 43 
Regin^, E 409 
Regione, O 243 
Regiones, M 145 
Regit, M 158 
Regitur, A 377 
Regius, R 32 
Regni, E 409 
Regnum, A 7 
Regor, R 92 
Regula, Int. 60; N 142 
Regulam, P 809 
Regularum, G 72 
Regulus, B 32 
Regum, B 1; M 99 
Rei, P 403, 435 
Beinclinat, E 356 
Relata, R 137 
Relatio, R 117 
Relatu, R 65 
Relegatus, R 37, 74 
Relegiones, G 299 
Relegiosissimus, S 622 
ReUcet, I 49 
Religationes, R 149 
Religauit, R 43 
Relinquere, A 543 
Reliqua, R 166 
ReUquid, L 241 
Reliquum, P 28 
Relisdua, R 166 
Reluctat, O 55 
Reluere, R 42 



Rem, P 510, 870; S 292 (bis) 

Rema, R 51 

Remanens,' Int. 128, 253, 

319, 320 
Remanet, I 461 
Remeans, R 119 
Remeo, R 119 
Remes, R 142 
Remex, R 73 
Remi, T 193 
Remigator, R 142 
Remordit, R 146 
Remota, R 71 
Remotio, A 596 
Remotis, I 99, 440 
Remotius, R 113 
Remotum, A 74 
Remotus, A 30 
Remouit, A 80; R 123 
Rempha, R 64 
Remugit, R 89 
Remunerationes, M 331 
Renatum, R 126 
Renidet, R 50 
Renis, R 121 
Renitenti, R 171 
Renitet, O 55 
Renitite, R 53 
Renium, G 58 
Rennuunt, R 145 
Renooenon, R 105 
Renones, R 83 
RenunculuB, R 33 
Reor, R 49 
Reorum, D 263; P 275; 

p. 91, note 2 
Repagula, R 80 
RepandialiU, R 66 
Repatriat, R 100 
Repedans, R 167 
Repellebat, A 733 
RepeUere, A37; R 46 
RepelUt, L 276; R 115 
Repelluntur, R 163 
Rependere, R 132 
Repens, R 102, 141 
Repensare, R 132 
Repentina, I 484 
Repertores, H 18 
Repetit, U 266 
Repetitio, T 14 
Repetitionem, A 628 
Replent, D 246 
Repleta, G 743 
Repletas, G 614 
Repletum, R 120 
Repletus, G 575 
Reponile, R 168 
Reponuntur, A 741 
Reposio, B 101 
Repositio, A 662 



LATIN INDEX. REP — RUB 



191 



Beprehensio, S 599 
Bepresentare, B 129 
Beprobat, B 48 
Beprobata, I 241, 840 
Bepsit, B 95 
Bepticius, B 67 
Bepudiare, B 46 
Bepudium, D 233 
Bepugola, B 98 
Bepulit, E 334 
Bepulsam, B 163 
Bepunt, B 134 
Bequies, Int. 224; F 126; 

PlOO 
Bequiescendo, B 87 
Bequiescont, C 978 
Bequire, I 379 
Beqnirens, Q 33 
Beqairit, G 340 
Bere, B 143 
Berum, G 361 ; E 244, 261 ; 

F168;G38; M 137, 139, 

141; S249 
Bes, A 669, 704; E 70, 204; 

F 360; G 43; I 155; L 

187; M 23, 62; N 35; 

158;P297, 445, 725 
Bescisoere, B 93 
Beserat, B 72 
Beses, B 59, 81 
Besides, B 81, 87 
Besina, G437; B 57 
Besipiscit, B 44 
Besipit, B 45, 140 
Besiscas, B 86 
Besistenis, O 17 
Besistit, O 55 
Besolaere, B 42 
Besoloit, F 80 
Besoloitur, F 46 
Besoluta, B 91 
Besonabant, B 205 
Besonant, P 422 
Besonare, B 168 
Besonat, B 38, 88 
BespectuB, B 164 
BesperBum, B 150 
Beapondit, B 78 
Besponsio, Int. 30 
Besponsiun, £ 338; O 241 
Bespuplica, B 60 
Bespuunt, B 151 
Bessa, B 91 
Bestat, P 28 ; S 656 
Besoltaret, B 63 
Besultet, B 38 
Besupinus, A 152 
Besorectione, T 207 
Besurrectio, Int. 106 
Besurrectionem, A 652 
Bete, G531; P 155 



Betentare, B 34 
Betentari, B 54 
Bethorem, B 131 
Bethorica, B 62 
Bethorridus, B 85 
Betia, A 589 ; G 154 ; F 422 
Betica, B 111 
Beticoit, B 130 
Betinere, I441;B40, 54 
Retiancalas, B 170 
Betorridus, B 109 
Betorto, B 118 
Betortnm, B 113* 
Betraxit, D 115 
Betro, E 282; S 148 
Betundit, M 356 
Beuectus, B 162 
Benelatio, Int. 21 
Beuelationem, A 688; S 725 
Beuelatas, B162' 
BeueUit, B 123, 161 
Beuera, B 165 
Beaerant, B 148 
Benersa, B 90 
Beaersns, P 543 
Beuertens, B 167 
Beoiam, B 106 
Benincor, B 135 
Beum, A 653 
Beuma, B 58 
Beaocabo, G 384, 394 
Beaocat, F 155 
Beuocatis, B 153 
Beuocatur, B 160 
Beuocilandi, B 152 
Benolnere, B 114 
Beustus, B 35 
Beuulsus, B 139 
Bex, Int. 209; A 122, 344; 

B 15; I 331; M 272 
Bexenteseon, B 61 
Rictura, R 187, 189 
Bictus. B 174 
Bidendo, 1 144 
Bidet, G 2 
Ridigus, R 173 
Ridimicolae, R 186 
Rien, R 178 
Rigentia, R 192 
Rigidus, G 141; M 260, 291 
Rigor, P 723 ; R 188, 197 
Rigore, R 185 
Rima, R 179 
Rimanti, R 172 
Rimaretur, R 184 
Rimaris, R 198 
Rimatio, B 176 
Bimatur, R 196 
Rimosa, R 175 
Ringitur, R 182 
Rinoceres, R 181 



Rinocoruris, R 177 

Ripa, A 149 

Ripariolas, B 195 

Bisos, Int. 157; G 35; P 472 

Bite, B 194 

Bithmus, Int. 274; B 180 

Bitibus, B 183 

Bitu, B 193 

Bitus, G 297 

Biuales, B 190 

Biualis, P355; B 191 

Biui, A850; B191; S 316 

Biuo, A 527 

Bixa, I 518 

Boboam, Int. 265 

Bobor, G 39 ; B 206, 207 

Bobores, B 210 

Bobustus, Int. 175, 177 

Bodinope, B 202 

Boditur, B 211 

Bogus, R 215 

Roma, Int. 276; A 353, 831 ; 

P364 
Romam, M 114 
Romana, P 416 
Romane, O 262 
Romani, Int. 275 ; Q 54 
Romanis, D 15; R 203 
Romanonim, B 76; I 328 
Romanns, P 448 
Romuli, R 25 
Romnlide, R 203 
Bore, B 212 
Bosa, T 104 
Roscida, R 212 
Roscido, B 213 
Boscidum, B 200 
Roscinia, A121; R 201 
Rosea, L 300 
Roseum, P 384 
Rosina, B 191 
Rosinosus, B 194 
Rostra, P 481; R 199 
Rostratum, R 208 
Rostri, R 214 
Rostris, P 741 ; R 209 
Rostrum, R 204, 211 
Rota, A 355, 567 ; G 105 
Rotae, T 337 
Rotas, G 92 ; P 481 
Roti, T 249 
Rotnum, R 216 
Rotunda, p. 87, note 1 
Rotundae, S 442 
Rotundat, G 107 
Rotundi, T 61 
Rotunditas, G 110 
Rotuuditate, T 204 
Rotundum, G 133; T 74 
Rotundus, A 443; G 126 
Ruben, Int. 270 



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LATIN INDEX. RUB — SAN 



Ruber, B 240 
Babeta, B 239 
Babenm, F 435; B 244 
Babi, A 184 
Bubibundus, B 246 
Babicare, B 235 
Babioundo, C 900 
Bobigo, B 236 
BubiBca, B 256, 258 
Bubios, F 249 
Bubor, B 207 
Babore, A 501 
Babram, B 244 
Babum, B 173; B 255 
Bacha, Int. 271 
Bactat, B 238 
Badem, B 249 
Badentes, B 221, 232 
Buder, B 218 
Baderiaa, B 250 
Budia,B222 
Badimenta, B 217 ; T 183 
Badis, N 100; B 233 
Bndos, B 257 
Boenis, C 322 
Baere, G 712 
Buerant, G 589 
Bofeus, Int. 104 
Bafom, B202; B 224 
Bufas, Int. 102; B 46 
Bogitas, B 248 
Bngosa, G 37 
Buit, D 67 
Bxunex, B 234 
Bumigat, B 228, 241 
Bnmigerantur, B 230 
Bumigerulns, B 220, 226 
Bmnigermn, B 247 
Bmninat, B 241 
Bomore, B 230 
Bnmorem, A 248 
Bnmoris, B 220 
Bumphea, B 229 
Bumur, B 242 
Bnncina, B 231 
Bnpem, B 237 
Bupibus, B 251 
Bupit, M 96 
Bupta, Int. 87 
Buptis, G 21 
Buptum, S 111 
Bupolsi, E 115 
Bnra, B 254 
Bure, E281; B 252 
Ruribus, B 225 
Barigenus, B 252, 260 
Buris, B 243 
Ruras, R 227 
Rus, R 243 
Rnscidnm, R 253 
Ruscus, R 245 



Raseam, P 15 

Rosticana, A 847 

Rostici, B 219 ; E97;F421; 

GlOl 
Rasticioris, H 84 
Rustioitas, I 326 
Rnstioos, A 385 
Rastioos, A 76, 788 
Rnsolembo, R 259 
Rntilare, R 235 
Rutilom, R 219 
RntaU, R 223 

Saba, S 102 

Sabaoth, Int. 282 ; S 54 

Sabbastio, A 914 

Sabiat, S 38 

Sabiator, S 81 

Sablo, H40; S 10 

Sabonca, S 39 

Saborra, S 17, 66 

Sacella, S 26 

Saoello, Int. 279 

Saoellonim, S 46 

Sacellum, M 89 

Saoer, F 152 ; S 27 

Saoerdo-, Int. 110 

Saoerdos, Int. 250; F 242; 

P30 
Sacerdotale, E 274 ; I 43 
Saoerdotalis, F 192 
Sacerdotes, E 97; H 140; 

L317 
SaoerdotibuB, F 221 
Saoerdotnm, I 425 
Sacra, G 296, 672; I 265; L 

336; P361; 8 26,71,106, 

107, 681 
Saorae, M 206 
Sacraiinm, A 4 
Sacrifioa, D 191 
Sacrificantibas, S 97 
Sacrificare, L 190 
Sacrifioarent, A 194 
Sacrificat, A 818 
Sacrificatur, L 13 
Sacrificatnrus, T 349 
Sacrificauit, L 206 
Sacrificia, O 151 
Saorificiomm, G 297 
Saorificium, Int. 129, 150 
Sacrificolis, S 97 
Sacrilegus, S 109 
Sacrorum, G 299 
Sacrum, I 27; M 218; P 

554; S37 
Saduoei, Int. 297 
Saeculi, Int. 122 
Saeculum, A 341 
Saepis, S 4 
Saeuitia, S 11 



Saeuo, P400; 8 33 
Saeunm, p. 95, note 3 
Saga, 8 94 
Sagax, S 1, 7. 41 
Saginabant, S 68 
Sagita, E 491 
Sagitarius, A 758 
Sagitta, E 408 
Sagittae, S 481 
Sagma, H 152 
Sagmari, H 152 
Sagulum, S 60 
Sagum, L 105 
Salamandra, S 47, 73 
Salamon, Int. 301 
Salaris, 8 75, 353 
Salebra, S 25 
Salebrae, 8 16 
SalebroBus, 8 15 
SaUbaribus, S 44 
SaUbus, 8 101 
Salioes, 8 65, 93 
Salicis, A 515 
Salicta, 8 65 
Saliendo, I 424 
Salitum, 8 21 
Saliunoa, S 78 
Saliancus, 8 93 
SaUz, 8 40 
Salmentum, 8 101 
Salomon, Int. 283 
Salpica, 8 100 
Salpicum, S 42 
Salsa, 8 86 
Salsilago, 8 77 
Salsum, 8 30 
Saltatio, G 362, 365 
Saltator, 8 50 
Saltatores, H 95 
Saltatorius, E 415 
Saltim, 8 29 
SaltuB, P852; 8 36 
Saltuum, S 128 
Saluator, Int. 161, 165, 167, 

236; 275 
Salui, 8 6 

Saluifica, Int. 232; O 277 
Saluite, 8 6 
Salum, 8 59, 85 
Salufl, Int. 108^ 109, 176 ; R 

158 
Salutant, U 52 
Salutatio, H 12 
Saluus, 8 381 
Samaritan!, Int. 305 
Sambucus, S 50, 55, 58 
Samia, 8 79 
Samson, Int. 291; S 52 
Sancire, 8 12 
Sanciri, S 8 
Sanota, A381, 498; P850 



LATIN INDEX. SAN — SCO 



193 



Sanctae, A 880 
Sanoti, A 508 
Sanctitas, P 782 
Sanctum, 1436; S 87 
Sanotus, p. l(bis) ; Int. 11, 

225; F126; M 176 
Sandalia, S 76 
Sandaliam, S 57 
Sandix, S 70, 103 
Sangit, S 23, 89 
Sanguilentus, G 895 
Sanguine, M 84 
Sangninem, Int. 841; D 3 
Sanguinis, C 516; D 3; I 

75; S 80, 63, 82,83; T 12 
Sanguis, F 236 
Sanguissnga, H 75 
Sani, U 42 
Sanies, S 30 
Sanitate, S 408 
Sanus, H 4(bi8) ; U 59 
Sanxit, S 28 
Sapiens, S 329 
Sapientes, S 13 
Sapientia,A654; S 380 
Sapit, N 39 
Saporem, G 704 
Saporis, C 982 
Saraballa, S 74 
Sarabare, S 96 
Sarcinatum, S 19, 53 
Saroio, S 51 
Sarcitum, S 32 
Sarcofago, S 45 
Sarculum, S 20 
Sardas, S 72 
Sardinas, S 64 
Sardius, S 83 
Sardonix, S 82 
Sardus, S 99 
Sarga, S 95 
Sarge, S 80 
Sariat, S 84 
Sarisae, S 48 
Sannenta, M 5 
Sarmentum, S 85, 43 
Samus, S 108 
Sarra, Int. 280 
Sarrai, Int. 278 
Sartatecta, a22 
Sartago, S 18 
Sartum, S 24 
Sat, S 88 
Sata, S 49 
Satagit, S 61 
Satanan, Int. 285 
Sategi, S 5 
Satellites, S 31 
Satiare, S 104 
Satio, A 213, 620 
Sationis, S 62 

C.G. 



Satis, G 305; E 50; P 96, 

640; B 85, 94, 138 ; S 14, 

88; T69 
Satisdatio, S 91 
Satisfacere, D 152 
Satius, S 69 
Sator, S 9 
Satrapae, S 34 
Satrapas, S 18 
Satur, S 87 
Saturi, S 87 
Saturitas, Int. 112 
Saturni, B 63; p. 87, note 1 
Satumia, S 105 
Sauciatus, S 67 
Sauoius, S 3 
Saulus, Int. 284 
Saures, S 2, 98 
Sauromate, S 92 
Saxa, G 234, 909; F 260; 

H 62 ; S 155, 158 
Saxea, S 56 
Saxi, G 376 
Saxit, S 90 
Saxum, A 306; B 237; S 

485 
Scabelli, E 420 
Soabellum, S 113 
Soabiosi, U 315 
Scabiosis, P 704 
Scabri, S 174 
Scabrida, S 196 
Scabro, S 204 
Scabrum, S 160 
Scafus, S 206 
Scalmus, S 182 
Scalpellum, S 115, 143 
Scalpio, S 194 
Soalpo, S 234 
Soalpro, S 136 
Scalprum, S 121, 125 
Scalpula, S 187 
Scamma, S 126, 643 
Scammatum, S 114 
Scande, S 208 
Scandit, S 189 
Scansio, S 130 
Scapha, S 191 
Scaphnm, S 188 
Scapulare, E 247 
Scara, S 173 
Scarabeus, S 151 
Soarioth, Int. 306 
Scarpinat, S 142 
Scasa, S 178 
Scatens, S 167 
Scatet, ^ 216 
Soaturit, S 150 
Scaurosus, S 184 
Scaurus, S 148 
Scea, S 162 



Soeda, S 183 
Scedulae, S 161 
Sceleratas, A 695 
Scelerato, N 92 
Sceleratus, N 56; P 434 
Scelesta, F 488 
Scelus, G 239, 570 ; F 56 
Soema, G 461 ; H 120 ; S 120, 

545 
Scena, O 220, 287; S 133, 

180 
Scenici, H95; L 288 
Scenis, S 205 
Scenographia, S 124 
Scenopagia, S 135 
Scenopegia, S 119, 207 
Sceptor, S 122 
Sceptra, S 131 
Sceptrum, S 152 
Soeua, S 139 
Soeuitas, S 198 
Sceuum, S 203 
Scident, I 231 
Scienioes, S 185 
Scientia, A 50 
Scientibus, S 388 
Scientie, G 366 
Scienti§, Int. 54 
Scilicet, 146; Q3 
Scilla, S 110, 168, 176, 177 
Scina, S 137 
Scindat, G 884 
ScinduUs, S 179 
Scintella, S 192 
Sciphus, S 190 
Scipiones, S 138 
Scire, B 93 
Sciro (?), D 298 
Scirpea, S 141, 186 
Scirra, S 170 
Scisca, Int. 307 
Scismum, S 111 
Scisurae, G 413 
Scit, N 125 
Scita, S 127 
Scitalus, S 195 
Scitat, P 478 
Scitum, S 164 
Scitus, S 132 
Sciui, S 199 
Sciunt, N 169 
Scius, E 549; S 159 
Sclabrum, S 233 
Sclactarius, S 202 
Scluptae, G642; T 148 
Scluptor, M 168 
Scniphes, S 175 
Scobet, S 147 
Scola, L271; S 201 
Scolis, P 794 
Scolonia, S 112 

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LATIN INDEX. SCO — SEP 



Soopa, S 123 

Soopant, U 182 

Scopon, S 149 

SoopuU, S 155 

Soopnlas, S 110 

Scordiscmn, S 153, 154 

Scorelus, S 166 

Scoria, S 163 

Scortator, S 156 

Scorteas, A 836 

Scotomatious, S 134 

Scpnpta, A 622 

Scriba, S 200 

Soribere, I 349 

Scribit, A 556; G 803; H 

119; S 145 
Soribtis, A 793 
Soribnnt, L 246 ; P 488 
Scripsenint, L 204; T 291 
Scripta,C 18; F 209; P 835; 

S127 
Scripter, S 124 
Scriptio, G 975 
Scriptis, G228; P 475 
Scriptitat, S 145 
Scriptor, M 212 
Scriptum, C91; P 240 
Scriptura, A 381; G 883, 

896; E243; H 189 
Soripalam, S 197 
Sorobee, S 171 
Scrobibus, S 117, 181 
Scrobis, S 193 
Scrofa, S 172 
Soropea, S 158 
Scrapulator, S 157 
Scmpulosiores, S 144 
Scrupulum, S 169 
Scrupalus, S 140 
Scrutantur, S 116 
Scmtaretnr, B 184 
Scrntaris, B 198 
Scrutatores, A 718 
Scrutatur, B 196 
Scrutinium, S 116 
Scualore, P 269 
Scuporum, S 235 
SouriHs, £ 487 
Scuriora, S 118 
Scurra, S 146, 165 
Scnta, A 581, 613 
Scutis, U 246 
Scutum, C 274, 291 ; P 8 
Scylla, S 129 
Scynifes, Int. 286 
Se, A 81; G 884; D 15; F 

350; I 282; P 652, 798 

(bis), 800; S 30, 341 
Seboim, S 273 
Secant, E 276 
Secat, B122; M 151 



Seoemit, D 815; S 257 
Seoessio, S 310 
Secessmn, L 85 
Secessus, F301; S 228 
Seoreta, A 916 ; G 840 ; 1 227 ; 

P338 
Secreti, S 232 
Seoretis, I 99, 440 
Secretormn, S 377 
Secta,H69; S 210, 422; U 

174 
Sectae, T 276 
Sectans, S 237 
Seotare, S 236 
Sectator, A 107 
Sector, S 239 
Secunda, Int. 83 
Seonndarmn, I 88 
Seound§, D 164 
Secondi, P 810 
Seoundnm, G 63, 81 
Secundus, A 487 
Seountur, D23; L 217 
Securem, B 132 
Securitas, O 290; Q 62 
Securins, T 330 
Seous, H34; N 164; S 256 
Sed, A 451; D 15; L 269; 

Q 43; S 243 
Sedat, M 224 
Sedebant, U 47 
Sedecennalem, E 413 
Sedecias, Int. 295 
Sedent, Q 79 
Sedes, Int. 310; E 562; T 

233 
Sedet, E 562, 568 
Sedis, E 563 
Sedit, G 181 

Seditio, S223, 244; T 843 
Seducendo, I 384 
Seductio, L 112 
Sednlium, S 300 
Sednlo, S 262 
Segetibus, G 879 
Segitem, G 305 
Segnities, T 201 
Selectns, S 274 
SeHnis, S 289 
Sella, Int. 296 ; E 366; Q 79 ; 

S229 
Sem, Int. 290 
Semel, P 368 
Semen, O 289 
Semenstrum, S 285 
Semes, D 292 
Semetipsum, F 155 
Semianimus, S 242 
Semicolamneum, G 422 
Semicors, S 291, 404 
Semidalim, S 275 



Semigar, Int. 802 
Semigelato, S 265 
Seminat, S 84, 245 
Seminauit, S 250 
Seminis, S 62 
Semis, E 169; I 39; S 285, 

343 
Semispatium, S 214 
Semita, G 104 
Semioiuus, S 242 
Semper, P 369; B 84; S 826 
Sempiternis, M 283 
Senator, F 268 
Senatores, A 499; P 139, 

163 
Senatus, G 64 ; M 47 ; S 259 
Sene, S 320 
Senecen, S 278 
Senectns, S 290 
Senente, S 294 
Senex, C 19 ; G 145 ; L 282 ; 

S301 
Senior, G 786 ; S 302 
Senodus, S 253 
Senon, S 277 
Sensim, S 276 
Sensu, G 1 ; F 311 
Sensam, D 135; F 340; M 

70 
Sensus, A 634 
Senta, S 290, 295 
SentensioBus, S 279 
Sententia, Int. 263; A 653; 

G12 
Sententias, D 383; P 300 
Sentes, S 217, 263 
Senticosa, H 90 
Senticosis, S 225, 227 
Sentina, S 216 
Sentis, S 269 
Sentorium, S 296 
Sennm, S 258 
Seon, S 219 
Sepafratis, S 264 
Separare, D 124 
Separat, D 224, 238 ; M 308 
Separatio, Int. 94; D 223, 

232 
Separatis, S 264, 298 
Separatum, D 243; E 371; 

S251 
SeparatuB, S 274 
Separauit, D 163 
Sepe, F52;I459;T333 
SepeUant, S 297 
Sepeliens, P 512 
Sepelientes, B 215 
Sepelit, O 50 
Seperare, D 90 
Seperat, S 257 
Sepes, S 284 



LATIN INDEX. SEP — SIM 



195 



Sepit, S 262 
Seplasimn, S 218 
Sepone, S 268 
Seponitnr, S 251 
Sepositis, S 298 
Sepdt, S 209 
Septem, A 742 
Septemtrio, B 157; G 976 
Septemtrionum, A 713 
Septisonium, S 281 
SeptQB, S 211 
Sepalchra, B 204 ; P 889 
Sepnlohris, P 426 
Sepulchrum, T 339, 350 
Sepulcram, B 39 
Sepulta, S 212, 409 
Sepulto, E 251, 252 
Sepultus, C 792; F 368; H 

156 
Sequester, O 68; S 231, 286 
Seqaestra, S 258 
Seqauntar, B 37 
Seram, P 259 
Seraphin, Int. 277 
Serarium, Int. 127 
Serena, S 177 
Sereno, D 114 
Serenom, A 949; P 283 
Sererent, S 240 
Seres, S 230 
Seria, S 254 
Seriam, S 292 
Seriem, S 260 

Series, G 868; S 4, 249, 284 
Serio, S 266 
Serion, S 283 
Serit, S 245 

Sermo, E 359 ; B 180 ; S 299 
Sermonis, L 264 
Sermonnm, Int. 87; A 554; 

G121 
Sero, G 267 ; S 267, 303 ; U 

57 
Serotinnm, S 213 
Serpens, A 590; B 31; G 

315, 753; D292; L 115; 

N36; S73 
Serpentes, G 325; D 365; 

H114 
Seipenti, S 248 
Serpentis, p. 1; B 156; D 

292, 368; H 74; S 195 
Serpentium, M 67 
Seipere, I 300 
Serpillum, S 220 
Serpit, S 209, 255 
Serpolnm, S 287 
Serta, S 247 
Sertis, S 224, 288 
Sertor, S 261 
Seruanf, G 912 



Semat, S 624 
Seruientinm, A 882 
Seruit, O 19; S 250 
Seraitium, E 346; L 174; 

S 222 
Seruitus, I 501 ; S 221 
Seram, S 272 
Seraomm, L 205; S 222 
Semum, A 33 
Serous, Int. 14, 24; B 72; 

L211 
Sestertius, S 293 
Seta, S 226 
Setha, S 282 
Seudoteram, P 207 
Seueritas, A 928; G 339; 

S238 
Seuerus, S 241, 271 
Seuientibus, F 431 
Seuit, S 246 
S^uitia, A 166 
Seuo, S 268 
Seuum, p. 95, note 3 
Seuus, A 878; T 240 
Sex, G 82; S 215 
Sezoiplum, S 270 
Sexcuplum, S 215 
Sexies, E 360 
Sextari, M 255 
Sextarii, G 629 
Sextarium, G 363 
Sextertius, S 280 
Sexus, E 263 
Si, A 461; D 15; E 310; 

S 315, 317, 368(bi8), 427, 

676 
Siacte, S 679 
Siatta sapodimeos, S 347 
Sibba, S 319 
Sibi, M 181 
SibUum, I 520 
Sio,A25;H35;I500;S352 

(bis) 
Sica, S 354 
Sioalia, S 339 
Sicania, S 312 
Sicarius, S 335 
Siccat§, F 343 
Siooauit, T 202 
Siccima, S 331 
Siocum, S 691 
Sicera, S 350, 351 
SiciUa, S 312 
Siciliae, T 106 
Sioini, Int. 298 
Sicofantia, S 367 
Sioomoros, S 333 
Sicut, Int. 200 ; D 292 ; H 

129; M 169; B 32; U 127 
Sideralem, Z 6 
Sideralia, T 157 



Siderum, A828; G 517 
Sidoniorum, A 843 
Sidus, A 794; 8 323,341 
Sifanutunda, 263 ; p. 87, 

note 1 
Siffa, p. 87, note 1 
Siffarunda, p. 87, note 1 
SigiUum, S 327 
Signa, A 821(bi8) ; O 163 ; 

S314; Z2 
Sign[a], A 905 
Signat, D 227 ; O 16 
Signatur, L 234 
Signaum, S 362 
Signet, N 139 
Signifer, S 314 
Significant, O 158 
Significantia, P 510 
Significarent, P 492 
Significat, A 161; P 490, 

536; T 177; U 232 
Signifioatio, T 1 
Significatione, M 170 
Signior, S 359 
Signis, S 306 
Signum, P 586; S 327, 441; 

U67 
Silentium, G 957 
Siler, S 360 
Silex, p. 91, note 9 
SiUqua, S 357 
Siliquas, S 334 
Sillogismo, Int. 309 
Silua, H7;S36;T95 
Silnae, L 29 
Silu§, Int. 299 
Siluester, B 105 
Siluestria, D 381 
Siluis, B192; G 232 
Siluros, S 369 
Simbulum, S 373 
Simeon, S 330 
Simila, S 275, 345 
Similabator, -tur, A 320 
Similaginem, S 363 
Similem, G711; E 187 
Similes, L 29 ; S 174 
SimiU, L 29; T 23 
SimiUs,B209; G903;D13; 

F 117; H 166; 1374,508; 

M 18 ; P 132, 144 
Similiter, A 297 
SimiUtudine, H 104; L 3; 

P481; S449 
SimiUtudinem, B 214; P 

463 ; S 722 
SimiHtudines, G 642 
SimiUtudinis, G 226; T 165 
Similitudo, E 205; F 177; 

P 88, 626, 685; S 441 
Simisti, S 377 

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196 



LATIN INDEX. SIM — SOB 



Simmallis, 8 853 

Simon, Int. 292 

Simpla, S 348 

Simplex, M 129 

SimpUci, M 188 

Simplidtate, A 847 

Sim!il,A464; G 849; 016 

Simnlaora, Int. 43 

Simnlaomm, P 87 

Simnlantes, G 834 

Simulatio, H92; S 244 

Simulator, Int. 155; S 313 

Simnltas, S 364 

Simultatis, S 321 

Sin, S 727 

Sina, S 332 

Sinagoga, Int. 300 

Sinai, Int. 304 

Sinapian, S 338 

Sinceritas, M 188 

Sincermn, M 144 

Sinciput, S 343 

Sine, A 56, 140, 167, 501, 
591,675; G 79, 337; E 71, 
188,196,210,432; F424; 
G 165; H 23; I 37, 182, 

271, 332, 343, 383, 390, 
433, 435; N 129; P 162, 
362, 450, 863; B 165; S 
121, 307, 320, 374(bi8); 
T305 

Sinfoniaca, S 361 
Singillatim, S 304; T 191; 

U193 
Singrafa, S 342 
Singraphae, S 328 
Singula, S 304 
Singularis, G 465; M 250, 

272, 273 
Singulariter, M 109 
Singulos, £ 245 
Singultat, S 324 
Singultus, S 355 
Sinifonium, S 346 
Sinistra, S 139 
Sinnaticum, S 344 
Sinnnm, S 356 
Sinodus, Int. 288 
Sinopede, S 365 
Sint, B 161 
Sinuosa, S 340 

Sinus, G166; S 310, 375,376 

Sion, Int. 303 

Sipius, S 329 

Siriam, I 1 

Siricum, B 113, 233 

Siriem, G 888 

Sirina, S 349 

Sirius, S 323 

Sirtes, S 316 

Sirtim, I 414 



Sirtis, S 318 

Sisca, S 858 

Siser, S 336 

Sistit, S 305, 371 

Sistitor, S 308 

Sisto, S309 

Sit, A 29, 78; H 64; P 144 

Sitaroium, S 322 

Siti, D 292 

Sitioulosus, S 325 

Sitio, D 292 

Sitit, S 325 

SitoBus, H 123 

Situla, S 387 

Situlo, S 311 

Situm, S 326 

Situs, S 366, 370 

Sine, Int. 286 ; A 151 ; G 

964; L264; M 65 
Sine (for sue), S 681 
Siuit, S 372 
Smaragdus, S 378 
Smus (for sinus), S 379 
Sobat, S 431 
Soboles, S 392 
Sobrinus, S 390 
Sobrius, A 35; S 391 
Sooous, S 394 
Sooer, S 386 
Sociatrices, S 895 
Societas, S 503 
Socii, P 125 ; S 31, 383 
Socius, G 695 
Socorde, S 291(bis) 
Socordia, S 393 
Socors, S 404 
Socrus, S 385 
Sodales, S 383 
Sodatus, S 432 
Sodes, S 427 
Sodolus, S 413 
Sodum, S 429 
Sofar, S 402 
Soffa, S 380 
Soffisticis, S 388 
SofFonias, Int. 293 
Sofisma, S 397, 416 
Sol, Int. 291; E298; P 147, 

388,485; S 52, 417, 439, 

654; T 178 
Sola, U 313 
Solabor, S 412 
Solacia, G 604 
Solaoium, S 406 
Solamen, S 406 
Solaris, D 350 
Sole, F 348 
Solemnes, E 223, 227 
Solemnitas, G 289; S 119 
Solentia, S 382 
Solere, S 431 



Soleris, S 424 

Solers, S 887, 389 

Solet, B 84 

Solida, A 865; S 410 

Solidatum, F 430 

SoUdauit, S 411 

SoUdo. G 126 

SoUdos, P 387 

SoUdum, N 175 ; S 403 

SoUs, A875; E 14; F 130; 

H66 
Solisequia, S 396 
Sollemnis, Int. 9, 16 
SoUioita, E 361 
SoUidtare, S 437 
Sollicitat, A 638; E 552; S 

401 
SoUicitator, S 157 
SoUidti, S 703 
SoUicitioris, S 608 
SolUcito, S 252, 435 
SoUicitudo, G 937 ; S 169 
Sollioitum, E 382 
Sollicitus, P 308 
Solstitium, S 417 
Soluat, S 436 
Soluere, I 251 
Solui, E221; 1450 
Soluit, P 293 
Soluitur, F 225 
Solum, G 217; E 496; N 

148; S 398 
Solutio, G 374 
Somnicolosi, S 730 
Sonae, S 281 
Sonans, T 163 
Sonant, G 497 
Sonipes, S 405 
Sonisactas, S 395 
Sonitu, S 418 
Sonitus, G456; B 248 
Sono, A 56 
Sonograues, S 407 
Sonores, S 407 
Sonorum, S 418 
Sons, S 415 
Sonum, B60; P 479 
Sonus, B 155, 225; G 468, 

908; M173; T 251 
Sophismatum, S 420 
Sophista, S 422 
Sophistica, S 421 
Sopio, S 399 
Sopit, S 384, 414 
Sopita, A 65; S 409 
Sopitis, S 400 
Sopor, S 440 
Sorbens, U 263 
Sorde, L 260 
Sordes, I 232 ; O 256 ; P 353 ; 

p. 91, note 2 



LATIN INDEX. SOR — STI 



197 



Sordida, S 118, 295 
Sordidatio, G 726 
Sordidus, G 24 ; O 15 
Sordls, 1 165 
Sordiscum, S 419 
Soricarius, S 438 
Sorix, S 423 

Soror, A513;M73;T139 
Sorore, I 273; S 390 
Sororis, S 430 
Sororins, S 430 
Sors, Int. 61 ; C 440 
Sortem, S 428, 433 
Sortilegos, S 434 
Sortilegas, S 428 
Sortiunt, S 425 
Sospis, S 381 
Sospitate, S 408 
Sone, S 426 

Spadi, S 449; p. 109, note 5 
SpalagiuB, S 452 
Spalagma, S 469 
Sparastites, S 467 
Spargona, S 465 
Sparsim, C 45, 188 
Spartnm, S 483 
Sparulns, S 480 
Spatha, p. 109, note 5 
Spatia, I 406 
Spatiaretar, S 444, 453 
Spatiatur, S 443 
Spatinm, A 542, 728; C 183; 

I 407; P 496, 880; U 227 
Spatula, S 475 
Spatulas, S 449 
Specie, B 27 
Species, A 349, 622; F 85; 

L 152, 195 ; N 37 ; P 466; 

S623 
Specimen, S 441 
Speciosa, N 118 
Speciosus, E 105 
Spectat, A 470; S 455 
Spectatus, S 460 
Specto, O 198 
Specula, Int. 303; I 476; S 

462 
Speculam, S 402 
Specular, P 409 
Speculator, E 254 
Speculatus, S 456 
Speculum, S 461 
Specus, S 477 
Speleum, S 485 
Spelunca, C 881 ; S 477 
Spendescit, E 218 
Spendidum, B 219 
Spendor, A 20 
Spendoris, B 131 
Sper, S 466 
Spera, S 458 



Sperans, Int. 174 

Spercius, S 482 

Speriae, S 442 

Spernit, D 199 

Spes, I 272 

Spiato, S 487 

Spicae, N 37 

Spicarum, M 167 

Spicas, P 481 ; S 39, 450 

Spicatum, N 37 

Spiciones, S 478 

Spioulis, S 454 

Spiculum, S 481 

Spidis, S 484 

Spillos, S 459 

Spina, p. 1; A 421; N 119; 

S 445, 473, 474 
Spinarum, G 192 
SpiuQ, B 24 
Spinis, D374;S225 
Spinosae, S 263 
Spinosis, S 227 
Spinosum, B 253, 255 
Spiramentam, S 486 
Spirat, F 241 
Spiritus, p. 1; Int. 262, 271; 

E 181 
Spisauit, G 893 
Spissum, D 43 
Splendentes, S 489 
Splendet, A 484; B 97; N 

106 
Splendidum, L 182; S 429, 

602 
Splendidus, N 127 
Splendor, E 230; S 441 
Splendore, G 333 
Splene, S 451 
Splenis, S 472 
SpolU,E525;M74;0 219; 

S 479 ; T 273 
Spoliarium, S 479 
Spoliat, G 632; U 53 
Spolium, A 829 
Spoma, S 476 
Sponda, S 470, 471 
Spondit, A 275 
Spongio, P 230 
Sponsio, U 2 
Sponsus, P 676 
Spontane, D 70 
Sponte, S448, 672; U 48 
Sporta, C 379 
Spospondit, S 457 
Spretus, S 447 
Spumatores, D 312 
Spurcia, S 446 
Spurius, S 463, 464 
Sputaculum, S 468 
Sputum, S 468 
Squalor, 1 165 



Squalores, S 488 
Stabula, B 160; S 498, 499 
Stabulum, S 512, 649 
Stacten, S 546 
Staefad brum, p. 92, note 5 
StagiUa, S 560 
Stagneus, E 209 
Stagnum, S 550 
Stamen, S 563 
Stando, S 499, 537 
Stangulat, S 558 
Stare, S 417, 510 
Statim, A 213, 842 ; E 345, 

429; Q 51 
Statio, S 497 
Statione, D 60 
Statuae, D 237 
Statuit, D 195 
Statuitur, S 305 
Statum, G 954 
Status, G 612 ; I 256 
Steba, P 357; p. 92, note 3 
Stebadiorum, p. 92, note 3 
Stefad brun, p. 92, note 3 
Stefadiorum, p. 92, note 3 
Stefanus, Int. 294 
Stella, G 932; F 298; U 131 
SteUae, H 77 ; S 637 
SteUantes, S 489 
Stellares, G 932 
Stellas, G 886, 977; S 341 
Stellatus, S 570 
StelUs, A 849 
Stemma, S 617, 518, 555 
Stenax, S 575 
Stercor, B 218 
Stercora, Q 59 
Stercus, B 257 
Sternit, S 568 
Stemuntur, G 50; T 282 
Stemutatio, S 521 
Stertens, S 553 
Stes, O 104 
Stiba, S 504 
Stibadium, p. 92, note 5 
Stibium, S 529 
Stic, S 564 
Stiga, S 676 
Stigma, S 519 
Stigmata, S 495, 505, 545, 

672 
StiUo, S 654 
StiUum, S 552 
Stillatio, S 546 
Stilum, S 509 
Stilus, G 68 
Stimatomm, G 389 
Stimulat, A 638; S 608 
Stimulatores, I 70 
Stimulatrix, I 71 
Stinc, S 551 



198 



LATIN INDEX. STI — SUC 



Stipant, S 494 
StipatoribuB, S 538 
Stipem, S 511 
Stipend!, G 756, 793 
Stipendia, S 491 
Stipendis, O 207 
Stipes, H 97 ; S 541 
Stipis, S 542 
Stipite, L 290 
Stipito, S 531 
Stipala, S 567 
Stipulator, S 368, 493 
Stipulifl, A 777 
Stiria, S 548 
StiriUum, S 523 
Stirps, S 496, 506 
StoU, P 224 
StoUdus, S 500 
Stolones, S 561 
Stomaohatnr, A 141 
Stomacho, B 209 
Stomaohmn, S 573 
Storax, S 539 
Stomas, S 530 
Strabns, P 143, 291 ; S 578 
Strages, S 490 
Stragua, S 514 
Stragolat, S 565 
Stramen, G 960 
Stramete, S 544 
Strata, G 104; 264 
Strategy, S 557 
Strenas, S 524, 569 
Strenaa, S 502 
Strenue, N43; S 535 
Strenuissimns, S 532 
Strennus, N 7 
Strepitat, S 501 
Strepitu, S 534 
Strepunt, B 134 
Strioa, S 543 
Stricta, S 562 
Strictis, A 793; S 536 
Stridentes, B 221 
Stridet, F 332 
Striga, S 528 
StrigiUum, S 513 
StrigiUus, S 674 
Strinioi, S 538 
Strofanus, S 507 
Stroffa, S 520 
Stroffia, S 540 
StrofFosus, U 130 
Stroma, S 522 
Stromatum, S 516 
Structionum, Y 4 
Strnentem, M 78 
Struerer, S 525 
Strues, S 492, 527 
Stnimentum, P 794 
Strutio, S 571 



Studio, O 197 

Stadiose,Nl; B 194 

StudiosiuB, 1 171 

Stulta, B 30; E 81 

Stultatus, S 566 

Stulte, B 219 

StultissimuB, S 291 

Stultitia, G 442 ; 1 419 ; S 393 

Stultorum, P 472 

StultuB, B 42; H 55; S 500 

Stupefaotus, S 559 

StuperatuB, S 559 

Stupet, T 188 

Stupor, I 270 

Stupore, A 276 

Stuppa, S 515 

StuppQ, F 426 

Stupram, U 30 

Stnprum, S 503, 547 

Sturfus, S 577 

StumuB, S 526 

Sua, D 23; B 37; S 672(bis), 

679; U 199 
Suadeo, G 294 
Suaeder, S 701 
Sualdam, S 641 
Suarum, F 303 
Suasor, G 73 
Suasores, L 98 
Suauiat, S 670 
Suauitas, F 65 
Suauitatis, T 175 
Sub, Int. 333; L 7; S 593 

nt)is), 678(bi8), 678(bi8), 

690; T 272 
Subacti, S 590 
Subactum, S 609 
SubactuB, S 611 
Subarrata, S 635 
Subarratus, O 89 
Subarrauit, S 658 
Subauditur, A 477 ; B 60 
Subcentia, S 612, 677 
Subcenturatis, S 653 
Subcumbat, S 694 
Subdidit, M 4 
Subdistinctio, Int. 334 
Subdit, S 603 
Subdolus, S 626 
Suber, S 639 
Subergem, S 638 
Subfocat, S 667 
Subfragator, S 644 
Subfragatus, S 680 
Subieceris, S 588 
Subigerunt, S 597 
Subigo, S 689 
Subiit, S 616 
Subit, S 615, 682 
Subitans, B 141 
Subito, G 462 ; 3 



Subitus, F 258 
Subiugati, S 590 
Subiugatis, S 699 
Sublatorium, Int. 308 
SublatUB, E 281 
Sublegit, S 707 
Sublimis, Int. 275; E 530 
Sublimitas, E 532 
Sublustris, S 647 
Subministrare, S 598 
Subministrat, S 618,664,687 
Submouit, A 819 
Subnigrum, A 714 
SubnixuB, S 693 
Subpeditat, S 664 
Subplaudans, S 581 
SubploBa, S 584 
Subponit, S 603 
Subpositoria, F 400 
Subpuratis, S 583 
Subrecta, S 610 
Subregeres, S 588 
Subreptores, E 486 
Subrigens, S 613 
Subrogate, S 598 
Subrogat, S 600 
Subrogatus, S 657 
Subruat, S 694 
Subsannanis, N 16 
Subsannat, S 697 
Subsciuum, N 147 ; S 645 
Subscriptiones, S 328 
Subsellia, S 643 
Subselliorum, E 415 
Subseparatio, Int. 332 
Subsequens, S 659 
Siibseruat, S 624 
Subsicium, S 659 
Subsiduum, S 628 
Subsidit, D 76 
Subsidium, S 594 
Substantia, U 296 
Substantiae, P 747 
Substratum, F 398 
Subtalaris, S 708 
Subtilem, G 759 
SubtiUs, A 205; G 645, 757; 

S 345, 626 
Subtiliter, G 646 
Subtrahere, A 225 
Subtrinum, S 623 
Subulcus, S 655 
Suburbanum, S 628 
Succens, S 663 
Sucoessus, S 646 
Succisum, B 128 
Sucouba, P 355 
Succubuit, S 596 
Succurrit, S 682 
Suciata, E 536 
Sudni, S 688 



LATIN INDEX. SUC — SYR 



199 



Saoinus, S 633 

Suous, 213; S 350 

Sodestitiones, S 668 

Sadom, P 283; S 602, 691 

Suellium, S 706 

Sues, F 303 

Soesta, S 662 

Soffeoit, S 687 

Soffeoti, S 630 

Snffeotas, S 657 

Soffioiant, E 181 

Suffioit, S 618 

Soffocaoinm, S 698 

Sufiragator, S 579 

Sufiragatur, S 625 

Snffragines, P 552 

SufiEraginm, S 580 

Soffondit, S 585 

Sugere, p. 55', note 3 

Soggerit, S 704 

Suggit, F 141 

SogiUat, S 667 

Sogillatio, S 599 

SogiUatum, S 586 

SugUlaoit, S 661 

Sogit, p. 55, note 3 

Sogmentam, S 637 

Sui, G 804 

Suides, S 675 

Sois, S 700 

Suloatum, B 130 

SulciB, S 193 

Salons, E 119 

Sulforia, S 683 

Suliunt, S 674 

SnUas, S 634 

Sum, 1294; N6 

Summa, A 685, 804; C 822, 
940; S601; U 58 

Summae, I 502 

Summam, S 642 

Summata, S 671 

Summatim, S 617, 627 

Summitas, G 102, 163 

Sommitatem, A 776 

Summum, G 231 

Summus, Int. 3; E 103 

Sumtos, S 660 

Sumtuarius, S 660 

Sumtus, U 307 

Sumuel, Int. 281 

Sunio, S 669 

Sunt, Int. 51, 301; A 25, 
311, 332, 499, 518 ; B 32, 
67, 73, 74,83; G 195,310, 
331, 372, 672, 723, 804; 
D 63(bis) ; E 62, 557 ; F 
20(bis), 98; GlOl; H 2, 
149; L 9; M 145, 313; 
N 76, 155; P 149, 495, 
689, 804; S 218, 281, 681, 



705 ; T 104, 225, 272 ; U 

3,42 
Suntote, S 666 
Suntuosus, P 834 
Suo, B31;O180;S631 
Suotim, S 631 
Suouetaurilia, S 681 
Super, B 102; E 162; F 304 ; 

1 168; P 298, 835; U 132 
Supera, S 640 
Superagumentum, E 168 
Superant, S 695 
Superat, E 383; S 656 
Superbia, G 565; F 16; S 

649 
Superbiae, E 304 
Snperbientibus, 1 112 
Superbis, E 540 
Superbum, G 714 
Superbus, I 92, 480; M 254 
Supercilium, S 649 
Supereminet, I 317 
Superfluit, E 498 
Superhabundans, S 629 
Superior, A 634; B 18; M 

261 
Superiores, A 339 
Superius, A 907 
Supero, S 686 
Superpositio, A 694; E 248 
Superrelegiosissimus, S 622 
Superruere, I 277 
Superscripta, P 835 
Superspector, Int. Ill 
Superstes, S 620 
Superstiti, S 614 
SuperstitioBus, S 622 
Superuiuo, S 686 
Superum, U 150 
Suppa, S 556 
Supparant, S 650 
Suppetium, S 651 
Supplantator, Int. 158 
Suppleant, S 650 
Supplioi, G 51 
Supplicis, M 283 
Supplioium, N 81 
Suppremit, S 654 
Supra, D 325; L 64; M 207 
Suprema, S 654 
Supremi, S 595 
Suprimit, S 619 
Suptile, E 520 
Supuratio, S 709 
SuraU 97 

SurculuB, Q 71 ; S 587, 591 
Surgit, S 676 
Surices, S 2, 98 
Surum, S 632 
Sub, F 274 
Suscensere, S 621, 652 



Suscenset, S 665 
Susoepti, G 464 
Susoeptio, E 519;X2 
SuBoeptionibus, S 728 
SuBoeptor, S 286 
SuBoetur, S 607 
SuscitanB, E 528 
Suspectioris, S 608 
SuspectuB, S 592 
Suspendentis, p. 1 ; Int. 

41 
Suspenderat, S 685 
Suspensi, S 606, 703 
SuBpensum, S 702 
SuBpensus, S 636 
Suspexit, S 648 
Suspicabantur, N 98 
Suspicatur, E 521 
Suspicio, S 589 
Suspioor, G 607 
Suspirat, S 692 
Sustentatio, S 582 
Sustentatur, D 162 
Sustentatura, S 582 
Sustinent, S 684 
SuBtuUt, T 217 
SuBum, S 648 
SuBurio, S 605 
Susurrat, S 604 
Sutrinator, S 696 
Suum, C 217, 784; E 496 
Syllaba, Int. 74, 128, 253, 

319, 320, 333 
Syllabae, E 18 
Syllabarum, E 203 
SyUabas, E 203 
Syllogismus, S 713 
Symbulae, S 731 
Symbulum, S 721 
Symbulus, Int. 287 
Symeon, Int. 289 
Symphonia, S 720 
SymphoBia, S 716 
Sympsalma, S 715 
Symtagmateseon, S 726 
SynaxeoB, S 729 
Syndetus, S 717 
Synefactas, S 710 
Synesaotas, S 711 
Synfosion, S 722 
Syngraflfe, S 718 
Synisastas, S 730 
SynodicuB, S 728 
Synodus, S 727 
Synonima, S 712 
Syntasma, S 723 
Syntasmata, S 724 
Syntheta, S 719 
Sypyegen, S 726 
Syrine, S 732 
Syrtes, S 714 



200 



LATIN INDEX. TAB — ^TER 



Tabe T 12 

Taberna, A 872; C 176, 186 ; 

G6, 176; L 43; T 29 
Tabemacula, G 175 
Tabemacnlomm, I 81; S 

119, 124 
TabernariuB, C 185; G 8; P 

508 
Tabemamm, G 187 
Tabenrnm, T 18 
Tabescit, T 6 
Tabetnm, T 22 
Tabicon, T 13 
Tabida, T 30 
Tabo, T 7, 39 
Tabuisset, T 26 
Tabula, A 499 ; G 879 
Tabulae, L 7; P 848 
Tabulamen, T 45 
Tabulata, T 43 
Tabum, S 30 
Tabunus, T 20 
Taceant, C 94 
Tacit, N 126 
Tactilus, p. 82, note 2 
Taouerunt, C 830 
Tacuit, C97;O76;R130 
Taculus, T 17 
Taddeus, Int. 223 
Taenia, T 46 
Tagax, T 2, 3 
Tait, T 35 
Tala, T 44 
Talaria, T 37 
Talatrus, T 38 
Talentum, T 8 
Talerem, P 499 
Talibus, H 158 
TaUo, T 23, 33, 38 
Talionem, T 32 
Talpa, T 16, 19 
Talumbus, T 24 
Talus, T 42 
Tarn, T 130 
Tamen, P857; Q 43 
Tandem, A 412; T 10 
Tandundem, T 9, 31 
Tangere, A 869 
Tangi, T 300 
Tangit, T 4 
Tanta, T 11 
Tantalus, Int. 325 
Tantane, T 11 
Tantas, T 196 
Tantidem, T 9 
Tantisper, T 27, 28 
Tantum, A 261 ; L 202 ; M 11 
Tantummodo, D 370 
Tapetsa, T 21 
Tarda, L 107 
Tardantibus, G 961 



Tarde, D 231 
Tardentium, S 213 
Tardior, S 359 
Tardus, I 31 ; S 306 
Taruoa, T 36 
Taureus, F 246 
Tauri, H 104 
Tauro, S 681 
Taurorum, T 226 
Taurus, I 506 ; T 40 
Tautalogia, T 14 
Tautones, T 34 
Taxare, I 349 
Taxat, T 5 
Taxatio, C 171 ; T 1 
Tazatione, T 26 
Taxauerat, T 41 
Taxit, T 4 
Taxo, I 508 
Taxus, T 15 
Te, G884; P 652 
Teatris, E 417 
Tecta, 8 22,247; T 167 
Tecto, T 114 
Tectoriatns, T 114 
Tectorum, F 389 
Teda, F 2 
Tedae, T 110, 113 
Tediasus, A 637 
Tedis, T 48 
Tedium, A 165 
Tegendo, T 101, 322 
Teges, T 101 
Tegit, T 126 
Tegitur, G 939 
Tegorium, T 322 
Tegula, T 47 
Teguntur, U 110 
Tehis, T 128 

Tela, A 154; G60; D361 
TeU, P 156 
Telia, Int. 321 
TeUus, S 105 ; T 70 
Teloniaris, T 129 
Telorum, H 8 
Telum, 18; T 89 
Temerare, T 67 
Temerari, T 96 
Temerarius, P 326, 819 ; T 66 
Temere, T 64, 130 
Temeritas, T 63 
Temetum, T 118 
Temonibus, T 97 
Tempe, T 79, 95 
Temperamentum, S 720 
Temperantiam, F 315 
Temperat, M224; O 14 
Temperatus, A 678 
Temperiem, T 121 
Tempestas, F 263; T 346; 
U136 



Tempestiuum, T 65 
Templa, A 236, 309; D 201 
Templi,A270; E27; F78 
Templis, P 426 
Templo, F 78 
Templum, A 846; F 74, 76; 

L295; Nil; P8, 48, 851; 

p. 87, note 3 
Tempora, F 244; H 94 
Temporale, G 886 
Temporalis, A 624 ; G 883 
Temporalium, G 867 
Temporamento, I 383 
Tempore, E 219, 611; L 269 
Temporis, D 302; I 437 ; Q 

67 
Temporum, 868; M 137, 

242 
Tempus, Int. 73, 139; A 303, 

326; G962;E 219; 1128, 

164; L 269; M 149; N 

194 ; U 63 
Temtat, A 202, 286 
Temtatio, Int. 140, 144, 284 
Temulentus, T 58, 80 
Tenarum, T 106 
Tenax, T 62 
Teudamus, T 66 
Tendit, T 108, 127 
Tenebrae, Int. 64; G 367 
Tenebras, G904; L 280 
Tenebrosa, G 187 
Tenebrosi, T 109, 187 
Tenelis, T 112 
Tenens, P 34 
Tenera, P 857 
Tenere, L 162 
Teneri, T 112 

Tenet, A 586 ; G 205 ; D 257 
Tenor, 1256; T 107 
Tenore, T 99 
Tenticum, T 88 
Tentigo, T 71 
Tentoria, M 63 
Tentorium, T 76, 123 
Tenuem, E 366 
Tenuere, T 54 
Tenues, P 168 
Tenuis, G 386 ; E 169 
Tenuissimi, A 875 
Tenus, T 53, 83 
Teoricas, P 196 
Teotoni, B 83 
Terebellus, T 87 
Teres, T 74, 100 
Teretes, T 61 
Teretrum, T 116 
Terga, T 60 
Tergant, P 673 
Tergiuersator, T 51 
Tergora, T 60 



LATIN INDEX. TER — TON 



201 



Tergum, T 62 
Tergus, T 60 
Ten, T 279 
Terido, T 120 
Terimentum, T 124 
Tens, T 86 
Teristrum, T 77 
Termae, G 74 
Terminate S 884 
Terminate, T 115 
Terminet, T 94 
Terminifl, G 595 
Terminos, M 126 
Terminas, L 201; T 103 
Termodum, T 106 
Tennofilas, T 91 
Terpore, T 92 
Terra, A 426, 728, 766; E 

182; F 417; H 69; I 86, 

138; L 69; O 204; S 77, 

106, 398; T 70 
Terrae, A372; Gl; U 236 
Terram, C 855; H 160; O 

125 
Terraneum, M 135 
Terr§, G 39 
Terrena, 1 24 
Terrenus, Int. 4, 102 
Terribula, T 117 
Terrigena, G 90 
Terrigenae, T 93 
Terris, B 225 
Territ, T 132 
Territantur, C 879 
Territoria, T 72 
Territorium, F 412 ; T 57, 82 
Terte, Int. 320 
Tertia, N176; T 282 
Tertiana, T 85 
Tertius, A25; P 671 
Teruus, T 133 
Tes, P 196, 198 
Teserois, T 78 
Tesmaforia, T 73 
Tessera, T 84 
Tesserarius, T 111 
Testa, T 102 
Testamento, L 144 
Testamentum, D 254 ; E 129 ; 

1347 
Testatns, A 631 
Testi, P 696 
Testicnli, O 239 
Testifioatus, T 68 
Testimoni, D 111 
Testimonia, M 241 
Testimonium, Int. 324; E 

113; M 101 
Testis, A 223 ; C 306 ; G 12 ; 

1 120; M 25 
Testium, I 271 



Tester, T 131 
Testu, T 102 
Testudo, T 56, 59, 81 
Tetaustns, T 122 
Teter, T 49 
Teterani, T 109 
Teterrimus, T 69 
Tetragrammaton, P 240 
Tetrametron, Int. 318 
Tetricus, T 119, 125 
Tetrum, T 98 
Teutonicum, B 83 
Texit, A 537 ; C 182 
Teztrinam, T 90 
Texnnt, B151; S 230 
Texus, T 107 
ThadaluB, T 156 
Theatri, H 22; L 288; P 673 
Theatris, E 104, 487 
Theatro, C 8; D 54 
Theca, F 66 
Theda, T 136 
Thedis, T 75 
Thema, T 146 
Theman, T 149 
Theo, P 121 
Theodranins, T 145 
Theologia, T 137 
Theologica, T 143 
Theorioa, H 67 ; T 142 
Theos, T 134 
Thermas, T 140 
Thersicorem, T 164 
Thesaliae, S 482 
Thesaurum, A 364 
Thesis, Int. 314 
Thessera, T 156 
Theus, Int. 152 
Thia, T 139 
Thiaras, T 147 
Thiriacae, T 141 
Thitis, T 135 
Thola, Int. 312 
Tholus, T 153 
Thomas, Int. 311 
Thorat, Int. 823 
Thorax, T 138, 144 
Thorociclas, T 148 
Thronus, Int. 310 
Thus, T 144 
Thya, T 151 
Thyesteas, T 160 
Thymus, T 152 
Tiara, T 162 
Tiberis, T 354 
Tibero, T 354 
Tibia, T 176 
Tibialis, T 178 
Tibias, C 947 
Tibicen, T 176 
TigUlum, T 184 



Tignarius, T 166 

Tignum, T 171 

Tilares, T 179 

TiUa, T 161 

TiUo, T 170 

Timens, 1 18 

Timetur, U 65 

Timiamate, T 175 

Timore, F355; M 309 

Timoris, E 226 

Timpana, T 167 

Tincti, T 169 

Tinctum, 520 

Tinniendo, T 185 

Tinniens, T 163 

Tinnulus, T 186 

Tipo, T 182 

Tippula, T 181 

Tipsina, T 186 

Tipum, T 166 

Tiro, T 164 

Tirocinia, R 217 ; T 183 

Tironibus, T 180 

Tisifone, T 169 

Titania, T 157 

Titerani, T 174, 187 

Titioa, T 168 

Titio, T 160 

Titon, T 178 

Titubat, U 44 

Titubo, L 83 

Titulat, T 177 

Titule, T 172 

Titulum, E 242 

Titurus, T 168 

Tocoria, T 200 

Toereumata, T 104 

Toetriymyteo, T 207 

Toflfus, T 198 

Toga, E 183; L 139; P 116; 

T 192, 219, 220, 221, 228, 

297 
Togatufi, T 219 
Togipurium, T 220 
Tolentorum, E 331 
Toles, T 225 
Tollens, Int. 28, 36 
Tolleramus, P 323 
Tollerata, P 296, 818 
Tollere, A 90; D 88; E 126 
ToUet, A 86 
Tollimus, E 100 
ToUit, A 33, 249; E 324; 

T 199, 217 
ToUuntur, U 298 
Tolor, T 211 
Tomum, T 208 
Tongillatim, T 191 
Tonica, T 204 
Tonicam, P 499 
Tonsa, T 206 



202 



LATIN INDEX. TON — ^TRU 



Tonsi, T 193 

Tonus, Int. 315 

Topadiorum, T 359 

Toparca, T 203 

Topazion, T 210 

TopuB, T 194 

Toraz, T 196, 215 

Toicular, G 51 

Toreoma, T 214 

Tori, T 223, 226 

Tormentoram, F 181 

Tormentum, L 218 

Tomauere, T 285 

Tome, T 104 

Toroaa, T 227 

Torpet, T 188, 197 

Torpor, T 201 

Torpuit, T 189 

Torquent, T 229 

Torquentes, N 82 

Torqnet, T 213 

Torqaetor, B 161 

Torrens, T 224 

Tonentibos, T 216 

Torrer«, T 190 

Torreait, T 202 

Torta, T 205 

Torto, U 76 

Tortum, B233; T 212 

Tortuosmn, A 657 

Torua, T 218 

Toruus, T 222 

To8, T209 

Tosta, U 204 

Tot, T 196 

Tota, Int. 263; H 139 

Totius, A 824 

Totum, A 351(bi8); G 166; 

H138; L29; U 274 
Toxica, L 170 
Toy, P 198 
Trabea, T 297 
Trabibus, L 7 
Trabis, T 301 
Trabs, T 301 
Tractare, S 852 
Traotat, E 136 
Tractata, T 300 
Tractibus, T 311 
Tractnm, L 269 
Tradat, D 15 
Traditio, D 70 
Tradaoere, T 269 
Tradnctus, T 261 
Tradunt, D 117 
Tragelaphus, T 295 
Tragicus, T 243 
Tragoedia, T 263 
Tragoediae, T 312 
Trahemur, R 7 
Trahit,E352; P696;S633 



Trahunt, U 132 
Traiecit, T 299 
Traiectis, T 307 
Traiectos, T 280 
Traigis, T 315 
Trames, H 107 
Tramitnm, T 277 
Tranant, T 308 
Trans, T 242, 293 
Transaotis, P 270, 637 
Transennt, S 695 
Transfert, T 304 
Transilitor, I 23 
Transitoria, F 415 
Transitnm, T 234 
Transitus, Int. 244 
Translata, M 170 
Translaticias, T 270 
Translatio, M 139 
Translatores, Int. 101 
Translatom, L 269 
Transmigrationem, 1 196 
Transmisit, T 299 
Transmntatom, T 234 
Transmatetur, T 270 
Transnominatio, M 169 
Transtrum, T 289 
Transaersae, T 277 
Transnersas, O 5 
Trapizeta, T 275 
Trapizetae, G 697 
Trapetae, T 238 
Trapetis, T 260 
Trax, T 246 
Tremet, H 49 
Tremor, B 60 
Tremnlet, U 11 
Tremulus, T 287 
Trenis, T 274 
Trepidaret, N 201 
Trepitat, B 7 
Treracsy, T 254 
Tres, T 248 
Tria, T 282, 310 
Triauas, A 25 
Tribuant, D 376 
Tribui, S 8 
Tribuit, D377; 8 90 
Tribulatio, Int. 10 
TribuU, T 306 
Tribunales, G 173 
TribunaUa, T 245 
Tribunus, C 377 
Tribas, 1 145 ; S 681 ; T 103, 

253, 259 
Tributa, P 294; B 82 
Tributorum, F 401 
Tribnunt, S 425 
Tricent, T 317 
Triolininm, T 259, 282 
Tridens, T 286 



Tridentes, G 878 
Triennia, T 316 
Trieris, T 253 
Trietherioa, T 316 
Trige, T 272 
Trilex, Int. 322 
Trimetron, Int. 317 
Tripes, T 309 
Triplia, T 267 
TripUd, T 296 
Triplum, Int. 324 
Tripodia, T 302 
Tripadiantes, T 262 
Tripndiare, T 241, 265 
Tripudium, T 257 
Triquadrum, T 292 
Trissisma, Int. 316 
Tristatnr, M 192 
Triste, A 322 ; F 405 
Tristes, T 119 
Tristi, A 322 
Tristis, U 314 
Tristitia, A 586, 632 ; F 144 ; 

M196 
Trita, T 313 
Tritici, S 363 
Tritioum, G282: F 86 
Tritili, T 279 
Tritonia, T 278 
Tritor, T 237 
Tritorigine, D 78 
TrituB, Int. 319 ; T 237 
Triuere, T 285 
Trinerunt, T 291 
Triuis, 1 145 
Triom, Int. 317 
Triumur, T 294 
TriundaU, T 296 
Trooheus, Int. 319 
Trochus, T 249 
Trocleis, T 266 
Trodinos, T 276 
Trofon, T 256 
Troia, 1 47 

Troiae, S 162; T 231 (bis) 
Troianis, I 51 
Troianus, I 53 
Tronus, T 233 
Tropea, T 264, 273 
Tropeum, T 271 
Tropicon, T 255 
Tropologia, T 244 
Tropum, M 274 
Tropns, T 230, 251 
Trorsns, T 250 
Trossnlae, T 252 
TrubiduB, T 232 
Trucia, T 239 
Tracolentus, T 240 
Trades, T 303 
Tradit, T 235, 283 



LATIN INDEX. TKU — ^UBI 



203 



Tniditor, T 268, 284 
Trufnlus, T 288 
Traitios, T 314 
TruUa, T 290, 298 
Truncatus, T 281 
Tmnous, T 305 
Trursns, T 236 
Trutina, T 268 
Tratinatum, L 188 
Tnix, T 247 
Tua, P 168 
Tuba, A 334; C 493; L 183, 

311; T327 
Tobae, G 456, 468 
Tabamm, S 42 
Tuber, T 326, 832 
Tubera, T 318 
Tubioen, T 327 
Tnbicinator, S 100 
Tubicines, A 302, 347, 349 "" ; 

G298 
Tubis, C 497 
Tubo, T 320 
Tubolo, T 321 
Tudicla, T 328 
Tuere, T 341 
Tuetur, T 335 
Tagariam, T 319, 322 
Tulit, D193; P 798, 799 
Tamba, C403; T 350 
Tumescit, F 270 
Tnmida, T 345 
Tamidns, B 155 
Tumor, T 326 
Tumultuat, S 501 
Tumultus, T 343 
Tumulum, T 339 
Tumulus, F 424 
Tundendo, E 544 
Tundentes, T 333 
Tundere, P 393 
Tundit, P 133 
Tunditautes, T 333 
Tunditur, P 412; S 56 
Tundo, P 395 
Tunica, D 10; S 543 
Turba,A62, 101; C 460 
Turbati, I 312 
Turbatus, C 816 
Turbinae, T 337 
Turbo, T 342, 346 
Turbor, T 340 
Turbulentus, T 347 
Turdella, T 323 
TurduB, T 324 
Turgentes, P 884 
Turget, T 338 
Turificaturus, T 349 
Turis, A 97 
Turma, T 334 
TurmaUs, T 344 



Turpe, T 336 
Turpia, G 187 ; P 645 
Turpis, G643; S 503 
Turpisoulum, T 336 
Turpiter, G 689 
Turpitudinis, A 209 
Turris, P 581, 888; T 348 
Tub, T 331 
Tuscia, L 194 
Tuta, T 325 
Tutellam, T 329 
TutiuB, T 330 
Tuum, O 277 
Ty, P 198 
TyberinuB, T 355 
Tybris, T 354 
Tylae, T 351 
TypBonas, T 357 
Tyri, T 352 
Tyrsifl, T 353 
Tyrsufl, T 366 
Tyrus, Int. 313 

Ua, Int. 327 

Uacoa, B 218 ; U 49 

Uaccanalia, U 30 

Uaocatnr, U 35 

UaoeUat, N 197 

UaciUanis, G 49 

UaciUat, U 44 

UaciUet, U 11 

Uacua, E 480 

Uacuans, E 479 

UacuatuB, O 290 

Uaouos, H 60 

Uacuum, G 50, 160 

Uada, U 50 

Uadatur, U 18, 34, 40, 48 

Uades, U 17 

Uadi, p. 118, note 2 

Uadimonia, U 3 

tJadimonium, U 2, 14, 29; 
p. 118, note 3 

Uadis, P 717 

Uadit, O 5 

Uagat, U 25 

Uagatur, U 45 

Uagius, U 32 

Uaglebat, U 37 

Uagurrit, U 25 

Uagus, U 45 

Ualba, U 5 

Ualbas, U 6 

Ualde, A 213, 214, 244, 253, 
547,597; B 110; D 35,41, 
145;E179, 380;F429;I 
168, 184, 334; L 282; N 
130; O 185; P 290, 350, 
373, 582, 605, 799 

Ualedicunt, U 52 

Ualensdo, U 23 



Ualent, A 306 ; U 72, 106 
Ualetant, U 42 
UaUdae, A 157 
UaUdo, P 579 
UalitndinariuB, U 24 
Uallauit, U 28, 31 
UaUem, Int. 145 
UaUes, Int. 145 ; A 670 
UaUos, U 22 
Uallum, U 9 
Uana, G275; N 80 
UanaB, 1 155 
Uane, E 76 
Uangas, U 13 
Uani, M 245 
Uaniloquinm, E 71 
UanitateB, I 457 
Uanna, U 39 
Uanum, F 404 
Uanus, U 36 
Uaporat, U 10 
Uapore, U 38 
Uaregatam, U 27 
Uaria, S 712 
Uariat, S 565 
Uariatam, U 27 
Uaricat, U 12, 19 
Uarie, S 516 
UarietatiB, S 544 
Uarios, G 200, 323 
Uarium, M 83 
Uarix, U 8 
Uarruce, U 26 
Uarruoes, U 26 
Uas, A 158, 442(bi8), 768, 

782; G 133, 153, 926; L 

23, 270; P 668; U 41 
Uasa, A 530: G 18,915; F 

322, 363; L 13, 41; O 

140; U 16, 51 
Uasculum, F 118 ; L 124 
Uaser, U 20 
Uasis, A 752 ; G 86 
Uasorum, M 58 
Uastat, U 53 
Uastauit, 1 114 
UastitaB, M237;U4, 33 
UastuB, U 43 
Gates, Int. 254; F 58; U 

46,47 
Uaticano, I 468 
Uaticanus, U 47 
Uaticinatio, U 1 
UatiUa, U 7, 15 
Uauer, U 21 
Uba, L 51 
Uber, U 64 
Uberrima, U 54 
Ubi, Int. 51, 74, 75, 333; 

A 311, 330, 499, 591(ter), 

669, 704, 734, 741, 816, 



204 



LATIN INDEX. UBI — UER 



856; B 115, 201, 231; G 
44, 165, 181, 195, 978 ; E 
162, 276, 338, 562, 563; 
F 191, 303, 342; G 47, 
187, 192; H 94; I 118, 
234; L 72, 225, 283; M 
58;N15o;0 256;P 149, 
548,804; Q 77; B211;S 
65, 114, 218, 281, 479, 
623; T 18, 272, 282; U 
47, 289, 298 

Ubique, P 551 

Ueoors, U 122 

Uecta, U 69 

Ueotandi, U 91 

Uectigal, L 306 

UectigaJea, P 850 

Ueoiiis, P 259 ; U 90 

Uector, U 55 

Uegent, U 72, 106 

Uegetus, U 80 

Uegros, U 101 

Uehemens, A 100; U 137 

Uehementia, A 874 

Uehemoth, U 102 

UehicuU, P 547 

Uehiculorum, T 167 

Uehiculum, C 96; £ 312; P 
360 

Uehit, U 75 

Uehor, U 73 

Uel,Int. 182,263; All, 36, 
37, 40, 51(bi8),78, 90, 91, 
109,117,121(bi8),133,142, 
149,160,165,166,169,171, 
203, 213,231,250,256,272, 
286(bi8), 287, 314, 315, 344, 
362(bis),371, 398(bis), 402, 
440, 479, 533. 554, 55o(bis) , 
586, 691, 596, 604, 605, 
624, 628, 633, 638, 657, 
660, 662, 685, 696, 714, 
719, 728, 753, 754, 756, 
776, 811, 820, 821(bi8), 
825, 842, 844, 850, 870, 
936, 949; B 18, 178; 12 
(ter), 21 (wrongly for in- 
ter), 68, 71, 116, 146, 
161, 164 (wrongly for in- 
ter), 171, 217, 227, 233, 
278, 306, 377, 386, 401, 
404, 412, 415, 460, 467, 
616, 519, 671, 661, 685, 
696, 696, 705, 760, 766, 
768, 849, 860, 864(bi8), 
857, 891, 902, 904, 922; 
D6, 61, 74, 114,126, 146, 
257, 335, 347, 366; E 15, 
222, 237, 367, 381, 416, 
471, 505, 526; F 88, 160, 
360,382; G 48; H 95; I 



103, 260, 273, 293(bis), 
371, 443; L 15,97, 285; 
M 42, 43, 141, 159, 182, 
190(bis), 379; N 39, 58 
(bi8), 114, 171; O 80; P 
30, 134, 253, 385, 426, 476, 
575, 666, 772(bi8) ; B 198, 
204, 209, 227; S 31, 61, 
85, 125, 208, 273, 324, 441 
(quater), 545, 558, 622 
(bis), 682, 725; T 182, 
282, 350; U 3, 225, 226 

Uel, Int. 326 

UeUunina, N 179 

Uelantur, U 110 

Uelle, M 72 

Uellere, U 117 

Uellim, M90 

Uellosae, M 86 

Ueloces, A 489 ; B 87 ; U 118, 
275 

Uelocis8imi, G 932 

Uelooissimo, B 3 

Uelociter, A 404; E 88; M 
80;P227;R5;S93 

Uelocius, Q 25 

Uelorum, B 232 

Uelox, G 273 ; E 561 ; P 216 ; 
Bl 

Uelom, O 220 

Ueluti, U 132 

Uemiculu8, U 148 

Uemi8 (for Uermis), T 120 

Uena (for Uema), U 138 

Uenabula, U 79 

Uenae, M 143 

UenaUa, P 804 

Uenalioiariu8, U 125 

Uenaliciom, U 114 

Uena8, F 175 

Uenator, B 84 

Uendebantur, F 303 

Uendebat, A 946 

Uendent, A 866 

Uendere, L 225 

Uenderi8, U 111 

Uendi, U 114 

Uendidit, D 274 

Uendit, B120;D14;U125 

Uenditio, A 913, 969 

Uenditor, F 296 ; P 166 

Uenditur, L 223 ; U 112 

Uenditus est, U 113 

iTendor, U 119 

Uenenata, D 292 

Uenenatae, A 104 

Uenenato, A 22 

Ueneni, U 162 

Uenenosa, G 149; S 452 

Uenenose, E 74 

Uenenosi, L 98 



Uenenosus, U 161 
Uenenum, O 215 
Ueneo, U 103, 119 
Ueneratricia, A 471 
Ueneratnr, U 68 
Ueneria, U 98 
Uenero, S 589 
Uenetnm, U 87 
Ueniam, I 30 
Uenicalnm, U 143 
Ueniens, G 750 
UenUt, U 113 
Uenis,L88;Ulll 
Uenit, D 238; S682;U66, 

112 
Ueniunt, U 60 
Uenter, A 455 ; U 81 
Uenti, A 850; E 335; T 342 
UentUat, S 147 
Uentis, F 253, 431 
Uento, A 675 
Uentorum, A344(bis); F 231 ; 

T337 
Uentrem, F 302 
Uentricolam, U 81 
Uentriculus, U 82 
Uentris, G 374, 634 
Uentus, A486, 713; I 9; U 

284 
Uenum, D 14 
Uenundabor, U 103 
Uenustus, U 124 
Uer, U 63 

Uerba, A 467 ; S 189, 208 
Uerbenaca, U 97 
Uerber, U 104 
Uerbera, L 25 
Uerberat, B 169 
Uerberatorum, U 93 
Uerberatrom, U 94 
Uerbere, U 76 
Uerbi, F 160; U 71, 149 
Uerbicis, U 104 
Uerbis, D 311 ; E 138 ; 1 477 ; 

P 660, 793 
Uerbo, Y 5 
Uerbonutus, U 127 
Uerborum, A566;F65 
Uerbosus, P 724 
Uerbotenus, U 71 
Uerbum, A 411; L 264, 326; 

Y5 
Uere, Int. 22; U 1 
Uereatur, U 129 
Uerecundiae, p. 118, note 2 
UerecundiQ, p. 118, note 2 
Ueredari, U 118 
Ueretrum, U 78 
Uergentia, U 56 
Uergit, U 115 
Ueritur, U 66 



:^feASii 



LATIN INDE^. UER — UIN 



206 



Uermes, B 151; S230 
Uermiculug, Int. 312 
Uermis, B 209; T 181; U 

147 
Ue[r]mis, T 120 
Uenia, B 107 
Ue[r]na, U 138 
Uernacula, O 250; U 123 
Uemaouli, O 258 
Uemaculus, U 120 
Uemans, U 121, 128 
Uemns, U 64 
Uero, A412;G932; H 135, 

152, 155 
Ueronis, U 70 
Ueror, U 84 
Uerrit, U 61, 126 
Uerruca, U 77 
Uerrunt, U 132 
Uersant, U 107 
Uersator, T 51 
Uersiculis, A 505 
Uersis, E 167 

Uersum, Int. 90, 125; S 208 
Uersus, Int. 74, 75, 217, 

218; A 169; E 203 
Uersutia, S 520 
UersutuB, U 20, 116 
Uersuum, E 125; P 509 
Uertant, U 107 
Uertebatur, A 162, 791 
Uertelium, Int. 328 
Uertendo, U 136 
Uertex, U 58 
Uertioeta, U 290 
Uertioosum, C 7 
Uertiges, U 100 
Uertiginem, U 144 
Uertigio, U 136 
Uertigo, A 776 ; U 89 
UertU, U 142 
Uertix, U 134 
Uerum, A 842 
Uesanus, U 59 
Uesoada, U 88 
Uescitur, U 108 
Uesica, U 95 
Uespas, U 92 
Uespellionefl, U 88 
Uesper, U 145 
Uespere, N 39 
Uesperescit, U 57 
Uesperi, U 131 
Uespertilio, U 105 
Uesperugo, U 131 
Uesta, U 62, 96 
Ueste, L 342; P 882 
Uesteplicia, U 141 
Uestes, E524; U 141 
Uestiarium, U 140 
Uestiarius, U 139 



Uestibulo, I 454 
Uestibulum, U 86 
Uestibus, A921; U 139 
Uestimenti, A 544; P 7; B 

259 
Uestimento, Int. 110; C413 
Uestimentum, A 538; L 129 ; 

P116 
Uestis, B 110; G 209, 979; 

E233; F 287; L 139; B 

83; T36, 297; U 140 
Uestit, A 537 
Uestum, H 17 
Uetanda, C 706 
Uetat, A 767 
UeteUufl, U 133 
Ueterana, O 143 
Ueterator, U 130 
Ueterauit, U 109 
Ueteres, L 204; P 309 
Ueterno, U 146 
UetuU, U 74 
Uetus, C 55; I 347 
Uetusta, A 915 ; U 99 
Uetustas, U 313 
Uetustate, E 538 ; B 126 
Uetustum, G 194 
Uexat, M 320 ; Q 23 
Uexatio, G 894 
UexiUa, U 85 
Uexillatio, D 135 
UexiUum, U 67 
Uexit, U 75 

Ui, D 383 ; M 318 ; U 150, 199 
Uia, p. 1; D 37; 126; S 

727(bi8) ; U 174 
Uiae, B117; G 232,465; S 

263; T277 
Uiarum, C 71 
Uiatici, U 307 
Uiaticum, E 320; S 322 
Uibex, U 173 
Uibice, U 205 
Uibl§, U 211 
Uibrat, U 161, 190, 226 
Uiburna, U 187 
Uicatim, U 201 
Uioatum, U 175 
Uicem, C 912 ; B 132 
Uicibus, A 477 
Uicinis, E 272 
Uidnus, A 171, 872 
Uioiaitur, U 153 
Uicissim, U 165 
Uicissitudo, T 33 
Uioit, C 811 
Uioium, U 182 
Uicos, U 201 
UictUia, F 322, 363 
Uictima, U 178 
Uictis, U 178 



Uictor, U 166 
Uictoriae, T 257 
Uictrix, U 166 
Uictualia, E 330 
Uiotum, S 609 
UictQg, G 528 
Ulcus, Int. 806 ; S 218 
Uidens, Int. 164, 270 
Uideo, H 32 ; Q 56 
Uidet, H 39 ; S 455 
Uidetur, S 417 
Uidi (for uiri), L 246 
Uidit, A 633 ; C 286, 871 ; 

N 39; U 274 
Uiduatus, G 335 
Uigebat, U 37 
Uigilans, E 282 
Uigilantes, L 286 
Uigilibant, E 555 
Uigor, U 170 
Uigorem, U 169 
Uihabundans, U 192 
Uilicat, U 202 
UiUcos, U 198 
Uilicus, U 223 
Uilis, U 195, 309 
UUla, P744; U 186 
UUlam, U 225 
UiUicat, U 225 
UilUs, U 179 
Uillosa, U 184 
Uillosum, A 544 
UiUus, U 213 
Uim, A106; G 38 
Uimen, C 22; L 138; U 212 
Uimentibus, U 196 
Uinaria, C 153, 915 
Uinarium, A 782 
Uinoere, 78 ; T 265 
Uinciri, U 156 
Uincitur, B 32 
Uinco, U 206 
Uinctorium, p. 99, note 2 
Uinctus, M 116 
Uinculis, G 659 
Uindex, U 231 
Uindicamus, U 172 
Uindioator, P 454 
Uindicatus, 1 161 
Uindictio, G 453 
Uindunt, U 160 
Uineis, S 35 
Uini, A687; U 164 
Uiniarum, A 626 
Uino, S 351 
Uinolentia, U 164 
Uinolentus, T 80 
Uinum, B22; G 20; D 79; 

L340; N58; S102;T18, 

118 ; U 155 
Uinxit, M 300 



206 



LATIN INDEX. UIO — ^UOC 



Uiooorns, U 203 
Uiolare, T 67 
UioUt, P 679 
Uiolatio, P 403 
Uiolenter, U 167 
Uiolentia, T 63; U 160, 152, 

216 
Uiolentias, P 286 
Uiperina, U 183 
Uir, Int. 164; 79, 387; H 

42,64 
Uirago, U 154 
Uirecta, U 163, 188 
Uirens, U 121 
Uirent, U 163 
Uires, E 324 ; B 210 
Uiresceret, U 207 
Uiiga,A641; C168; S 152, 

153, 478 ; U 158, 199 
Uirgae, A298; S 138 
Uirg«, U 173 
UirginaUa, D 313 
Uirginitas, F 237 
Uirginitatis, S 547 
Uirginum, T 147 
UirgiB, C132; 33 
Uirgo,Nlll; U 157, 215 
UirguU, U 158 
Uirgultum, H 111 ; U 197 
Uirgunoola, U 157 
Uiri, P800; U 194 
Uiridem, C977; S 378 
Uiridi, H 163 
Uiridis, G 233 
UiriduB,P666; U 220 
Uirilia, C 127; P 351, 876; 

U78 
Uirilis, Int 17 
Uiriliter, £ 75 ; U 200 
UiriBat, U 200 
Uiritim, U 193, 221 
Uiriuola, U 162 
Uiro, H115; 1498 
Uirorum, Int. 151 
Uirofl, D 172 
Uirtus, Int. 276; A 99, 635; 

R 207 ; U 170 
Uirtute, E 210; M 318; N 

112 
UirtutibuB, E 211 
Uirtutis, I 272 
Uimlentus, U 151 
Uiru8,L120; U 152 
Uis, 1 145 ; U 216, 305 
UisceUum, U 208 
UiBoera, A 712; 145; U 204, 

209, 210 
Uisceribns, I 48 
Uisoom, U 159 
Uisous, U 185 
Uisendi, U 214 



Uinbiu, U 219 
Uisio, Int. 148 
Uiflione, P 225 
UiBionem, S 725 
Uiflionis, S 347 
Uisitandi, U 214 
Uidtare, I 254 
UiBO, U 171 
Uispellones, P 229 
Uistnla, U 222 
UiBOB, A117; 1415; 262 
Uita, D 98,221; E 357; H 

67; P 196, 237 
Uitalia, U 209 
Uitam, Q 42 
Uitare, I 302 
Uiteamm, C 642 
UiteaB, G 642 
UiteUi, U 177 
UiteB, N 155 
Uitiato, U 191 
Uitiatum, U 189 
Uitiginem, U 168 
Uitiligo, U 180 
Uitiosa, B 59 
Uitiose, P 238 
UitiB, P135; Bill 
Uitreum, H 163 
Uitricius, U 181 
Uitrolnm, p. 26, n. 5 
Uitta, 1117; U 224 
Uittae, I 425 
Uittaa, U 176 
Uitola, U 218 
Uitulus, U 217 
Uituperatio, L 175 
Uiuens, Int. 25; 8 47,73 
Uioi, S 614 
Uinit, D 159 ; Q 38 
Ulcanas, M 326 
UloiBoitur, U 230 
UU (for nbi), A 354 
UlignoBnm, U 235 
UlignosuB, U 234 
Uligo, U 236 
UUo, E 188 
Ulmus, U 237 
Ulna, U 227 
Ulnum, U 233 
Ultatus, U 228 
Ulterior, U 239 
Ulterius, 415 
Ultionem, T 32 
Ultra, G 380, 418 
Ultro, U 231, 240 
Ultroniam, U 241 
Ultroque, U 229 
Ultus, U 232 
Ulula, N 138; U 238 
Umbilicus, U 243 
Umbo, U 245 



Umbonem, U 242 
Umbra, L 69 
Umbraonlum, O 150 
Umecta, U 246 
Umor, M 133 
Umores, G 360, 619 
Umqaam, U 244 
Una, Int. 74; E 41 
Unam, A 527; P 510 
Uncat, U 256 
Unci, U 263 
UndaUbuB, U 254 
UnoiB, H 26, 157 ; U 248 
Unco, G 27 
Uncus, U 250 
Unozio, M 380 
Unda, E 305; F 212; T 296 
Unde, G 979; D 292, 312; 

E 44, 245; P 135, 699, 

866; S 727; T 144; U 269 
Undeoomque, U 258 
Undique, A 503; G 385; O 

220 
Ungentorum, 1 142; M 138 
Unguana, U 260 
Unguenta, E 485 
Unguentari, S 218 
Unguentaria, M 132 
Unguenti, M 171 
Unguento, M 51 
Unguentum, S 529; U 257 
Ungula, U 255 
Ungulas, H 121 
UnguUs, P 704 
Uni, I 293 
Unibrellas, U 252 
Unice, U 249 
Unicomus, B 181 
Uniones, U 251 
Unitas, M 248 
Uniuersa, B 31 
UniuersaliB, G 67, 78 
Unias, Int. 217, 218, 256; 

A 577, 591, 822; G 806, 

851;D300;F106;M149; 

B 191 ; U 227 
Uno, A527; G 523; M 129; 

O 158; B 190; S 215, 417 
Unorum, U 247 
Unum, Int. 301 ; A 332, 939; 

B 32, 74 ; G 310, 363, 496, 

629, 774; H 149; I 628; 

L 168; M 232, 321; 8 731 
Unas, A 463; Q 39 
Unxit, D 39 
Uooabatnr, A 110 
Uooant, F 359 
Uocat, A 34 
Uooatiuas, Int. 72 
Uooem, B 34; I 303 
Uooet, G 392 



LATIN INDEX. UOC— ZYP. 



207 



Uoois, U 264 
Uooitanit, G 372 
Uooum, S 715 
UoU»U268 
Uolando, A 416 
Uola[ntiu]m, A 905 
Uolat, B 190; U 273 
Uoleat, U 273 
UoUtat, B 162 
Uolo, M 87, 92 
UolabiUs, Int. 141; U 274 
Uoluores, O 156; U 276 
Uoluere. S352; U 265 
Uoluit, D 287 
Uolaitas, U 272 
Uoluma, U 280 
Uolumen, G 105 
Uolunt, T 357 
Uoluntariam, U 241 
Uoluntarium, L 126 
Uoluntas, L 67 
Uoluntate, E 496; I 324; 

M180; S448 
Uoluntatis, A 595 
Uoluola, U 269 
Uoluptas, A 237; G 326, 733 
Uolutat, U 266 
Uoluter, U 277 
Uomer, Int. 329 
Uoragine, U 271 
Uorago, H 19; T 342; U 

261, 270 
Uorarium, M 66 
Uorax, H 47 ; U 263 
Uordalimn, U 281 
Uorri, U 276 
Uortex, U 261, 279 
Uo8, A 64(bi8), 698(bi8) 
Uoti, U 267 
Uotium, U 278 
Uotinum, U 262 
Uoto, U 267 
Uotam, A 901 
Uouendo, H 5 
Uox,A161; G456; U 282 
Urbana, A 309 ; P 448 
Urbane, E 143 
Urbanus, A 825 ; L 99 
Urbe, A 353, 831 ; F 239 
Urbem, M 114 
Urbibus, G 495 
UrbB, U 288 
Uroenos, A 575 
Uroiolmn, U 283 
Urenis, U 284 



Urgentes, P 649 

Urgere, U 287 

Urguet, U 291 

Urguit, M 14, 360 

Urido, U 284 

Urihel, Int. 330 

Una, U 286 

Urna, U 285 

Ursorum, A 589 

Urtioae, U 289 

Urticeta, U 289 

Ufloide, U 294 

Usia, U 299 

Usion, U 296 

Usitatum, U 292 

Usque, H 161 

Usta, U 295 

Ustibus, U 303 

Ustrina, U 298 

Usum, Int. 124 

Usura, F 133 

Usurpat, A 188; U 301 

Usnrpator, S 239 

Usurpaoit, U 297 

Usus, P 642; T 259; U 293 

Ut, A 416, 477, 489; B 97; 
G 77, 430, 867; E 181, 213; 
F61; G 40, 61 ; H 64, 93, 
94;L152,195;N8;P33, 
116, 379; Q 66; T 210 
(bis), 243(bis), 355; U 64, 
300(bi8), 302 

Utebatur, P 560 

Utensile, U 306 

UtensiUa, U 303, 307 

Uter, A 476 

Uterem, G 84 

Utero, P 862 

Uterque, U 305 

UtUes, G 852 

UtiHs, F 114; S 424 

UtiUtate, A 701 

Utimur, P 487 

Utiofesion, U 304 

Utique, F 282 

Utitur, P 222, 812 

Utraquae, atraque, A 349 

Utraque, G 764; D 375; B 
229 

Utrimqae, A 410, 544 

Utnim, U 305 

Utromque, B 130 

Utuntur, G 274; I 117; R 
190 

Uua, B214; P135; U 312 



Uni,P64 
UuiUa, B 227 
[U]ui8, B 4 
[U]uloanas, M 326 
Uidcerosi, U 315 
Uoldao, U 313 
Unlgatum, U 311 
Uulgo, U 310 
Uulgns, U 309 
Ualnerare, I 360 
Uulnerata, L 1 
Uulneratio, O 46, 88 
Uulneratus, G 785 ; S 67 
Uulnus, S 3; U 308 
Uult, A266; Mill 
Uultnosus, U 314 
Uultus, U 316 
Uxor, F 357; N 126 
Uxore, 79, 337 ; E 493 
Uxorius, U 317 
Uxorum, P 806 

Xenodochia, X 2 
Xenodociomm, X 1 

Ydra, Int. 331 
Ymnus, Y 8 
Ypallage, Y 5 
Ypercatalecticus, Int. 333 
Yposticen, Int. 334 
Ypoteseon, Y 1 
Ypotonyan, Y 2 
Ypudiastole, Int. 332 
Yiyseon, Y 6 
Ytiafesion, Y 4 
Ytioeseon, Y 9 
Ytitopytioaoaen, Y 3 
Ytresyposeon, Y 7 

Zabahoth, Int. 335 
Zabarras, Z 3 
Zabulon, Int. 336 
Zacharia, Int. 338 
Zacheus, Int. 339 
Zebedeus, Int. 337 
Zezabel, Int. 341 
Zezania, Int. 340 
Zitis, Z 7 
Zizania, Z 6 
Zodiacus, Z 2 
Zoes, P 196 
Zotiaoum, Z 6 
Zotiaous, Z 1 
Zyphei, Z 4 



208 



GREEK INDEX. 



AAOPHTON, A 693 



WORDS EXPRESSED BY FIGURES. 



II, Int. 253 

in, Int. 128; A 813; E 353; 

T272 
mi, Int. 318; A 686; C 629 
U, Int. 262, 320; D 257; 

L310 



UI, L 131 ; M 131 

Un, Int. 319; E 522; P 

549 ; S 281 
Un.trionum (Septemt-), A 

713 



X, B 99; D 170; P 385; 

T248 
XII, C 363; E203; Z2 
UX, I 524 
XUmi, N 49 
XXX, C 364 



209 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. 



N.B. In this index J>, 15, d take their plaoe as =th; j>=w; uu=Wt wherever the two 
combined have the value oi w; & single u, though =ir, has been treated as u: 
compare, for instance, uaeUe {ed-)^ and uuaelle {ed-). 



aac, 648 ; B 206 

aal-geperc, I 35 

aam, C 16 

aar (groeni), A 957 

a-blende'5, S 585 

a-brectat, C 350 

a-bundQn, E 364 

a-crummen, F 102 

ac dus, Int. 298 

a-doenre (from-), R 71 

aec-'8on, Q 44 

aeg-gimong, 139, 149 

8eg-mang, A 397 

aegnan, P 185; Q 45 

8Bg-tQro, F 67. See aet-gaere 

aehta'5, P 356 

ael-bitu. Int. 325; 152 

aelden, T 317 

aelding, D 265 

aeldra, S 302 

aeldra faeder, A 892 

aeldrum (bitun), I 218 

aeuge l^inga, Q 75 

aenid (dopp-), F 382 

aeppel (good), 439 

aeppel (hunig-), P 137 

aera, aeren screop, S 574 

aern (pin-), T 29 

aesc, C 281 ; F 327 ; P 366 

aesc-'Srote, F 138 

aespe, A 735; T 287. See 

also etspe 
aet-gaere, A 603; set-gaeru, 

F 344. See also agt^ro 
ae-Sile, G 42 
ae'Silsa (un-), G 157 
aethm, A 448 
aethme, U 38 

aetrinan ("Sa ponnan), L 170 
aet-taelg, B 122 
aet-peosendre, 1 101 
aex, A 964 
aex-faru, A 696 
a-fael, P 630 
a-feride (on-peg), A 908 
a-figaen, F 325 
a-foedde, C 829 

C.G. 



a-forht, 1 195 

a-froebirdun, L 155 

a-fyred olbenda, D 361 

a-fyrhte, A 876 

agnette, U 297 

a-gnidine, D 78 

a-graben, C 249 

a-haefd, S 636 

a-hlocadum, E 65 

aid, S 301 

aid (lenctin-), T 85 

aldaht, A 439 

aldur, D 256 

aid uuif , A 646 

aler, A 428 

aler-holt, A 433 

a-lieset, E 368 

a-maelte smeoruue (un-), P 

400 
ambaect, B 15 
amber, U 285 
ambras, C 9 
ampre, 866; U8 
and-mitta, E 416 
and-pisnis, E 375 
an-ege, L 272 
an-fald, S 348 
an-findo, D 109 
an-hendi, M 8 
an-mood, 597 
ano-Sa, F 277 
an-sceat, E 411 
an-scungendi, A 666 
an-suaep, A 359 
an-uualda, M 253 
an-uuillice, P 212 
apa, P 386 
apuldur, M 24 
apuldur (mire-), M 142 
a*qualdun, N 101 
aqueorna, S 170 
a-raeddun, E 393 
a-raefnde, E 373 
a-raefndun, E 503 
a-rasad, 1 131 
a-recio, E 523 
a-recte, 601 



a-rehtun, E 550 
a-rydid, E 548 
a-rytrid, E 400 
a-saeogan, E 36 
a-saedde (un-), I 212 
a-scaeltte, D 336 
a-sclacade, H 58 
a-sclaecadun, D 329 
a-Bcrepan, E 95 
a-screpen, E 98 
a-scufi«, P 629 
a-scussum (?), 882 
a-seodenne (to), E 542 
a-siopid, P 421 
a-soedan, S 104 
a-solcen, 1 197 
a-springendi, D 65 
a-staenid, S 570 
a-styntid, H 56 
a-suab, E 475 
a-sualt, D 249 
a-suand, H 57 
a-sundun, D 275 
a-suoUen, T 326 
a-suond, E 66, 192; T 26 
ate, L 255 
at§, A 917; B 85 
a-thed, E 328 
a-«egen, D 340 
a-15exe, L 45 
a-)>oht, 779 
a-«r§8ti, E 389 
a-^roten is, P 191 
a-}>ryid, E 400 
a-«yti«, E 142 
atr, B 108 
atur-lade, B 93 
a-tyni«, E 414 
a-uusegde, E 111 
auuel, T 286 
apel, A756; F 370 
a-penide, S 685 
a-uueol, E 374 
a-uueoU, I 411 
a-perded, U 189 
a-uunden, P465; T 205 
a-pundere suiopan, U 76 

14 



210 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. BAA — ^BRO 



baan <elpend-)i E 3 

baan-geberg, O 110 

baan-rist, T 173 

baar, B 70 

baat, L 235 

baec-)>eanD, E 465 

biecan (here-), S 721 

baedde, E 559 

baedendre, I 210 

baeg, M 315 

baeg(rond-), B 208 

baelg (blaes-), F 305 

baelg (bloest-), Int. 308 

baest, T 170 

ba halfe (on), A 435 

bald, F 347, 358 

band (ge), D 81 

barice, B 196 

barriggae, B 55 

beam (ciser-), G 309 

beam (cisten ), G 116 

beam (cuic), G 106 

beam fhnut-), N 184 

beam (panan-), F 381 

bean, G 406; F 104 

bean (fugles), U 182 

beam (fostor-), A 450 

bearug, M 38 

beaten (ge-), B 17 

beber, G 126 

bebr, F 157 

b§ce (in), I 465 

been (sige-), T 264 

bed, G 938; S 475 

beeme, T 156 

beer, B 9 

begdum (ge-), A 199 

beger, B 19 

belone, S 361 

beme, C 799 

bene (hoce-), S 373 

benc-selma, S 470 

beod-boll§, C 971 

beorende, E 214 ; P 841 (be- 

reoorn beorende) 
beorg (lie-), S 45 
beost, G 658; O 34 
beosu, F 173 
beosu (bruun-), 279 
beopes (hondful), M 32 
berc, B 66, 111 
bercae, L 90 
bere, P 417 
bere-corn beorende, P 841 

(see also beorende) 
berg (ge-), R 56 
berg (baange-), O 110 
bergan, G 560 
berge (heorot-), M 292 
berge (hind-), E 271 
berge (poede-), E 120 



berge (poidi-), H 86 
beriae (hind), A 132 
bero(ge-), E372; G 41 
beni (ge), H 14 
besma, S 123 
biad l^reade, A 671 
bi-bitne, M 251 
bidan, M 91 
bi-gaet, O 37 
bi-gangom, E 387 
bi-geonan, T 293 
bi-heonan, G 428 
bil (pudu), F 32, 48 
billeni, B 141 
bi-myldan, H 159 
binde (uudu), I 236 
binde (nuidu-), Int. 199 
bi-numine, A 15 ; p. 11 ^note 

7) 
bi-numini (ge-), A 206 

biorg (briost-), P 825 

bio-pyrt, A672; M 43 

birce, P 507 

bi-rednae, P 702 

bi-8cerede (disoerede), p. 9 

note 1 

biscop-unyrt, H 101 

bi-siudi perci, O 212 

bi-smiride, I 204 

bi-sparrade, O 221 

bi-suic-falle, D 33 

bi-sunioend, I 217 

bi-5 slaegen, P 287 

bitne (hi-), M 251 

bitrum, B 10 

bita (ael). Int. 325; 152 

bi-tuihn, M 198 

bitulum, B 143 

bitun aeldmm, I 218 

blaco, P 887 

blaeo teoru, N 17 

blaeo thrust-fel, B 103 

blaes-baelg, F 305 

blauuere (horn-), G 353 

bleci, U 168 

blectha, U 180 

bl§d, F 228 

bledre, U 95 

blende-5 (a-), S 585 

bleremina mees (?), 250 

blesum, T 48 

blete (haebre-), B 96 

bletid, B 57 

blind (staer-), S 134 

blod-saex, F 255 

bloest-baelg. Int. 308 

blonden (ge-), I 422 

blondu, I 417 

bodan. Int. 136 

bodan (spel-), O 240 

bodeg, S 445 



boeoe, A304; E 307; F 14 

boga,A610; G225; P 504 

boga (sadol-), G 130 

bogan, F 273 

bogo, F 304 

bogo (geoo-), Int. 185 

boht (ge-), E 149 

boloan, F 293 

bolla, S 190 

boUa («rot-), G 180 

bolle, A 158 

boll§ (beod), G 971 

bonan (seolf-), B 118 

boog, A 765 

bool, M 302 

boor. Int. 89 

bor, S 143 

bora (caec-), A 659 

bora (mand-), S 644 

bora (strel-), A 810 

boran (red-), I 512 

borda, 449; L 150 

bord-'Seaca, T 81 

bore, S 136 

boretti«, U 226 

borg, F 129; U 14; p. 118, 

note 2 
borone (ge-), E 390 
bosm (segl-), G 229 
box, B 198 

braad-last-Qcas, D 346 
braad-ponne, G 199 
brade (peg-), A 763 
brade (uueg-), P 462 
brade>laec, S 220 
braeocQ, S 96 
braechtme, S 534 
braer, M 378 
braere, T 306 
brand-rod, A 562 
breo (ge-), P 398; R 58 
brec (gi-)', U 246 
breoan, P 654 
brectat (a-), G 350 
bred, T 22 
bred (rihte-), N 172 
brede (lende-), L 335 
breded flaesc (ge-), U 204 
bredi-ponne, S 18 
bred-isem, S 115 
breer, A 576 
brers, L 297 
brid, P 886 
bridels, B 4 
bridelsum, L 293 
briig, P 867 
briosa, A 832; T 20 
briost- biorg, P 825 
broco, T 17 
broeo, L 287 
broedeth, F 264 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. BRO— CRY 



211 



brogden ('Sorh-), T 280 
brogdetende, G 227; P 6 
brogdette-S, U 190 
broht, U 208 
brohte, D 20 
brom, G 52 

brond [for brord], P 875 
brond [for brand], T 160 
brond-oom» R 236 
brooc, T 166 
bro-Sor sunu, F 320 
bmodnde, A 964 
bruun, B 211 ; F 374 
bruan-beosa, O 279 
bryoe (un-), I 89 
brycg, P 563 
bryd-gnma, P 817 
buiris, Int. 137 
bunan, C 266 
bund§n (a-), E 364 
burg (Uc-), C 433 
bnrg-liod, M 294 
burg-rune, P 21 
burne, L 56 
butan to-Sum, S 701 
buter-flege, P 129 
buuo, B 223 
buur (ge-), 613 
byden, Int. 88; B 228; 

944 
byge, S 375 
byrd (mis), A 12 
byrd (mund-), P 10 
byrded (ge-), C 489 
byre, M 46, 81 
byrga, P668; S 231 
byrgen, M 365 
byrgeras ("Sorh), P 229 
byrs, S 125 
byrst, S 226 
bythne, C 134 

caebestr, C 117 
oaebr-tuun, U 86 
oaec-bora, A 659 
caefli, G 260 
caeg-hlorde, G 498 
caelf, U 217 
caelf(ou.), U 218 
caelf rhind-), I 464 
oaeli (scipes-), R 204 
caerin, D 369 
calc, G 5 
calpa (?), A 469 
oaluuer, G 18 
calper, G 33 
caluuer (liim-), G 22 
caluuer-clim, G 257 
camb, P 319 
camb (pulfes), G 27 
candel-tuist, E 166 



G 



oarere, N 68 

catte, F 148 

oauuel, 580 

ceap-oneht, £ 151 

ceap-Btou, G 564 

cearriogge, S 277 

ceber, A 764 

cebise, P 209 

oeoil, S 698 

cefer, B 187 

oeli-pearte, O 230 

oellae, Int. 197 

cellendre, G 782 

oempan, G 120 

ceodas, M 36 

oeol, G 293 

oeolbor-lomb, E 216 

ceoldre, M 314 

ceorl, U 317 

oeosol, G 181, and also U 82, 
but here with sign of con- 
traction over the first o 

cerfelle, G 358 

oese, F 307 

cese-lyb, G 775 

cest, G 100 

ceste, G 860 

oetan, G 182 

cetil, G'6, 197; E 193 

challes (?), A 483 

chroa, G 382 

cian, B 189 

cilda-trog, G 508 

cild-cla-Sas, G 966 

cilma (e-), P 117 

cilmehti (e-), P 182 

cimbing, G 745 

cinendi, H 96 

cinit (to-), D 76 

cionecti, R 175 

cipe, G317; S 112 

cirm, F348; S 356 

cirnel, G 118 

oimlas, N 191 

ciser-beam, G 309 

cisil-stan, G 111 

cisten-beam, G 115 

clader-sticoa, A 625 

claemde (for-), O 186 

olaemende, O 135 

claemid (fol-), O 100 

clafre (huite), G 118 

clafre (leade), G 118 

elate, B 142 ; T 318 

cla« (flycti-), G 507 

cla-Sas (cild-), G 966 

clape, S 234 

clauuo, A 756 

cleadur, G 879 

cleot, P 411 

cleppetende, G 227 



dibe, L 54 
dibecti, G 443 
cUfe, G 114 
dif-hlep, P 307 
dim (caluuer-), G 257 
clingendu (for-), R 192 
douae, M 264 
olouue, G 116 
dungni (half-), S 266 
dustor-loo, G 466 
dut, P 411 
dyne, M 45 
clystri, B 176 
cneht (ceap-), E 151 
oneo-ribt. Int. 220 
cnio-holen, R 245 
cniorisse, S 63 
oniorisse (ob), P 667 
onol, I 522 
cnop, B 51 
cocas, G 953 
cocunung, Q 16 
coecil, T 212 
coerin, D 19 
cofa, P 408 
oofincd, P 416 
colae (haet-), G 783 
col-«red, P 232 
condel, F 377 
condel (|>aex-), F 419 
cop, E 289, E 262 (c6p) 
corn (here-), P 841 
com (lyb-), G 265, 371 
oomoch, G 162 
comuc, G 164 
corn-uurma, U 148 
corthr, U 93 
cosobricases (?), G 256 
cosp, P 865; p. 99, note 2 
cottuc, M 42 
craet, G 101 

crauue, G 178,652; G 14 
crape, G 653 
creit (uuynde-), A 772 
cressa, B 195; S 338 
cressa ^tuun-), N 14 
crigge (pal-), H 87 
cnid, S 150 
criopunge, O 32 
crog, L 21 
croha, G 382 
crohha, L 315 
crong (ge-), O 112 
crop (nromsan), A 130 
crous, P 69 
cruce, T 290 
cruce (fyr-), 963 
cruce (paeter-), U 283 
crummen (a-), F 102 
crump, O 39 
cryc, L 200 

14—2 



212 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. CUA — FAE 



cnalm (meg-), P 179 
cnalm(ut-), I 461 
cnalm-stou, Int. 57 
cn-caelf, U 218 
cuda (huit), M 41 
cnic-beam . uuice, G 106 
cuide (e«-), R 117 
oumenre (un-ober-), I 206 
cnnelle, 311 
cunnen(on-), N 163 
cnom (for-), O 37 
cuom (ofer-), O 103 
cuscote, P 136 
cuts (frae-), D 331 
cuu, U 49 

cyline, heoriSe, F 289 
cymin, C 437 
cymnis, F 19 
cyne-domas, F 107 
cyne-doom, R 60 
cyne-pi'S«an, R 186 
cyrge (pal-), E 351; (unal-), 

T169 
cyri, D 126 
cystig, D 189 
cystig (un-), F 324 
cystigan, M 295 
cyta, B 199 
cy^enne (to), I 469 

daebeni geabuli (ge-), D 69 
daeg-uuini, E 488 
dael, B 49 
daeldum(to-), D 258 
daele (ge-limplice), C 676 
daeli (sume), P 4 
dal(peg-ge.), D 233 
deadlicastan cSa), F 388 
dead-raegelum, P 36 
deape, R 213 
deid, E 90 
denetle(?), A 172 
deor-tunn, B 185 
dest(on-), S 436 
dili, A 571 
dilignissam, A 580 
diobul (hel-), 231 
direga« (?), U 226 
disc, F 118; P 74 
discerede (All), seebiscerede 
dobgendi, D 46 
doccana (fingir-), D 294 
doema, G 284 
doen(on-), 1 110 
doenre (from-a-), R 71 
doxnas (cyne), F 107 
doom (cyne-), R 60 
dopp-aenid, F 382 
dora, A 873 
dorsos, A 889 
dostle (duerge-), P 877 



draca, T 182 
draegtre (pesan), E 551 
dreno (pyrt-), A 602 
drop-faag, S 530 
diyht-guma, P 11, 150 
diync, H 31 
duerc, T 49 
duerg, N 38 
duerge-dostle, P 877 
duolma, G 361 
dar-here, S 641 
dur-heri, U 6 
dyrstig (ge-), A 900 
dytte (for-), O 64 

ear, S 450 

earbe'Se (naenge), N 198 
earbetlioust, M 252 
earendel, I 521 
earfedlioe, E 94 
eam-geat, A 862 
eam-geot, A 759 
ear-pioga, A 891 
eastan-nor|7an, A 92 
eastan-sndan, A 46 
east-nord-pind, B 152 
east-suth, A 47 
eblicadun (ge-), Q 27 
ebn-pege, A 352 
ebor-«rote, S 178 
ebur-"5ring, O 255 
ecambe, S 556 
ecg, A 117 
e-cilma, P 117 
e-cilmebti, P 182 
§cu8 (braadlast-), D 346 
edisc, B 185 
edisc-hen, O 236 
edisc-ueard, B 186 
ed-melu, S 107 
edric, R 234 
ed-scaeft, P 71 
ed-tiaelle, A 490 
ed-uuaelle, T 214 
ed-nuelle, S129; U 89 
ed-pelle, F 300 
efnum, A 295 
egan (un-'8yhtge), U 191 
ege (an-), L 272 
ege (seel-), S 578 
eges-grima, M 358 
egide, 123 
egis-grima, L 11 
egi'Se, R 9 
egle, G 104 
eg«e, E 293 
eg«ere, E 294 
egur, D 343 
e-gylt, E 500 
eil, M 288 
el, A 651 



elch, T 295 

elh, G301 

ellaem, S 55 

el-lende, A 357 

elm, U 237 

elotr, E 116 

elpend-baan, E 3 

embrin, B 146 

emetta (nn-), N 64 

emU, G 943 ; G 184 

e-mod, A 532 

end, D 64 ; end snelce, A 204 

endi-staeb, E 394 

enid, A 569 

eobor, A 670 

eobor-spreot, U 79 

eobotum (flitere in), R 12 

eobnr-throte, G 749 

eode (ge-), G 352 

eodun (ge-), A 217 

eofor-}>rote, Int. 307 

eola, D 12 

eolene, I 111 

eolone, 225 

eord-reste, G 59 

eorisc, P123; S 186 

eomisti, S 267 

eorod-mon (se), T> 362 

eor-scripel, A 706 

eor8-mata, U 147 

eost-nor6-pind, G 375 

eouuistras, M 26 

eran, T 185 

erdling, B 137 

erende (gi-), T 41 

e-suind, 1 197 

e«-cuide, R 117 

e15ung, 1 

et-sith, R 164 

etspe, A 5; see aespe 

ettad (on-), A 401 

ette (on-), 109 

eupa Int. 327 

faag, A 732 ; F 99 

faag (drop.), S 530 

faag (bring-), P 515 ; T 204 

faag (spec-), Int. 221 

faam, F 25 

faoni, A 844 

facnum, F 203 

faecenlice, F 356 

faecni (un-), N 147 

faecnmn, U 146 

faeder (aeldra), A 892 

faeder (foster-), A 493 

faeder (steop-), B 135; U 181 

faedra, P 94 

faedran sunu, P 95 

faedun, P 124 

faegen, G 665 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. F^G — FUL 



213 



fasgen, U 267 
faehit, P 407 
fael (a-). P 630 
faelge, C 135 
faelging, N 146; O 111 
faerd, E 401 
faerh, P 537 
faer-red, P 606 
faer-tyhted, C 471 
faestae (ge-uuet-), S 635 
faested (ge-), M 85 
faesten, T 91 
faestiD, A 740 
faestinnum, A 808 
faet (leht-), L 95 
faet (pin-), A 710 
faethm, G 149 
fae«m, P134; S 376 
faetSmendi, S 340 
faexnis, C 99 
fahame, P 562, 874 
fala, T 321 
falaed, S 549 
fald (an-), S 348 
falle (bisuic-), D 33 
falle (muus-), M 324 
falthing, M 284 
falu, G 94 
falud, B 148 
faru (aex-), A 696 
fear, T 40 
fearn, F 165 
fearu (psBgn-), F 201 
feht (}>orh.ge-), P 205 
fel, P 371 

fel (blaec thrust-), B 108 
feld, S 126 
feld -uop, B 183 
felge (sadul-), P 315 
feltha, S 128 
felu-spreci, T 288 
fenge, P 698 
feolu-fer, O 175 ; P 517 
feolu-ferS, T 215 
feormat, F 264 
feormnisse (or-), S 488 
feorpit-geornis, C 929 
feoSor («ri-), T 292 
feotod, A 807 
feotodne (ge-), A 136 
feotor (isem-), B 38 
feotur, P 253 
fer, C 243 

fer (feolu-), 175; P 517 
ferdun, E 604 
fere-scaet, N 47 
ferb (mid-), I 626 
ferht, P 611 

feride (on-peg a-), A 908 
feringa, I 96 
feringe, 1 187 



ferS (feolu-), T 215 

fedr-homan, T 37 

fiffalde, P 64 

figaen (a-), F 325 

fiil, L 251 

filti (on-), 1 137 

fina, M35; P 424; S 577 

fine, F 331 

fine (reagu-), B 58 

findo (an-), D 109 

fingir-doccana, D 294 

finulae, F 186 

firgen-gaet, 1 12 

first, T 184 

firste, L 87 

first-hrof, L 35 

first-maerc, I 219 

fisc, P 439 

flaan, G 23 

flacb, 1 129 

flaesc, U 204 

flanum, S 454 

flean, D 83 

flege, M 376 

flege (buter-), P 129 

fl§h, P 871 

fieotas, A 319 

flete, C 911 ; U 94 

flete (ge->uome), L 133 

flicci, P 250 

flint, P 313 

flio, A 417 

flit (ge-), 241 

flitat, D 271 

flitere in eobotum, B 12 

flod (nep-), Int. 196 

flode, L 37 

flooc P 464 

flood, Int. 34; B 229; (fyU- 

ed), Int. 216 
flota, C 482 
flycti.cla«, C 507 
fnora, S 521 
fodrum, T 128 
foedde (a-), C 829 
foedils, A 467 
foeging, I 523 
foegnisse (ge-), S 22 
foerde (ober-), E 173 
foere (un-ofer-), I 456 
foernisse (in), 1 196 
foe«a, F 91 
foe'San (of), E 398 
folc-geroebum, A 114 
fol-olaemid, 100 
folgend (sun-), S 396 
fon, U 39 
fona (pind-), S 113 
foor, P 520 
foot (hraefnes), Q 49 
foot (huit-), A 436 



foot (scaf-), P 145 
for-claemde, 186 
for-clingendu, B 192 
for-cuom. bi-gaet, O 37 
for-dytte, O 64 
fore-nyme, P 822 
fore-uuallum, B 209 
fore-pyrde, A 579 
for-grindet, C 776 
for-hergend, G 163 
for-hogd, I 489 
forht (a-), 1 195 
for-lor, A 504 
fometed cli (?), C 974 
for-noom, I 174 
forsc, L 331 
for-scrifen, A 193 
for-slaegen, P 706 
for-slaegenum, P 609 
for-sliet, I 413 
for-sooc, D 71 
forst, G 69 
for-suor, D 84 
for-uuened, I 221 
fostor-bearn, A 460 ; — fae- 

der, A 493 
fot, P 334 
fothr, E 160 
fothur, A 491 
fraecni, S 645 
frae-cu«, D 331 
fraefeleo, C 261 
fraefeli, A 844 
frae-hraeSe, P 603 
fraet-gengian, A 676 
freceo, L 274 
frec-mase, L 91 
freonis, G 116 
fremid, P 686 
fremid (ge-), P 617 
fremi« (ge-), P 697 
fremmendum, P 636 
freomo, B 68 
freos (ge-), O 28 
frigno, 681 
frihtrung, A 721 
frio-leta, L 233 ; U 120 
frio-letan, L 177 
frodre, P 616 
froebirdun (a-), L 155 
from, A 133; E 89 
from-adoenre, R 71 
fromlice, E 88; P 189; S 535 
fromlice (sui^S), N 48 
fromra, P 632 
frysca, B 227 
fugles bean, U 182 
fuglum (stalu to), U 252 
fugul-treo, A 533 
ful (hyht-), I 260 
ful (man-), 1 134 



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ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. FUL — GEB 



fal (oe8t>), U 278 

fnlae tieo, A 430 

fal beopes (bond-), M 32 

fale, HU6 

foUe (sin-), E 84, 253; P 130 

fultemend, F 866 

fnltemendum, A 201 

fultnm, E 154 

furh-pudu, P 420 

funim, S 117 

fyUed flood, Ini 216 

fyr-cruoe, G 963 

fyred olbenda (a-), D 361 

fyrhte (a-), A 876 

fyri (}>uerh.), S 16 

fyr-ponne, A 751 

fyi«ro (ge), D 266 

fyi«ru, P 826 

gaad, S 576 
gaar (nabo-), T 87 
gaar-leec, A 419 
gabol-rond, G 416; B 31 
gaec, G 948 
gaedradon (ge-), G 577 
gaelen (ge-), I 367 
gaere, gaeni (aet-), A 603; 

F344 
gaerpendne (ge-), G 590 
gaet (bi-), O 37 
gaet (flrgen-), 1 12 
get (-Sorb Ind-), P 207 
gaguJ-suille, G 3 
galdriggan, I 368 
gale (naecte-), L 330; B 201 
gale (nebt§-), A 121 
gale (sin-), O 155 
gallnc, G 7 
gand (hand-), D 70 
gandende (ge-), G 290 
gangendo (ge-), G 691 
gangum (bi-), E 387 
gar (nabo-), B 216 
gast(hali-), p. 1 
gata loc, T 172 
gaautan, P 27 
geaboles monong, E 518 
geabuli, A 321; (gedaebeni), 

D69 
geac, G 87 

geaduling, F 318; P 104 
geapum, P 85 
geardas (sceadu-), T 79 
geardes (oemsetinne piin-), 

A 534 
geam-uuinde, B 168 
gearpan leaf, M 42 
gearpe, M 204 
gearuam, E 425 
geat (earn-), A 862 
ge-band, D 81 



ge-beaten, B 17 
ge-begdum, A 199 
geben paes, 1 188 
ge-berg, B 56 
ge-berg (baan-), O 110 
ge-bero, E372; G 41 
ge-bem, H 14 
ge-bi-numini, A 206 
ge-blonden, I 422 
ge-boht, E 149 
ge-borone, E 390 
ge-breo, P 398; B 58 
ge-breded flaesc, U 204 
gebsias [is Latin], M 121 
ge-buur, G 513 
ge-byrded, G 489 
gQoes sure, A 131 
gecilae, S 548 
ge-erong, O 112 
ge-daebeni geabuli, D 69 
ge-dal (peg-), D 233 
geddi, E 109 
gederung (ge-), G 686 
ge-dyrstig, A 900 
ge-eblicadnn, Q 27 
ge-eode, G 352 
ge-eodon, A 217 
ge-faested, M 85 
ge-feht Oorh-), P 205 
gefen (of-), D 339 
ge-feotodne, A 136 
ge-flit, G 241 
ge-foegnisse, S 22 
ge-fremid, P 617 
ge-fremi-S, P 597 
ge-£reos, O 28 
ge-fyrSro, D 266 
ge-gaedradon, G 577 
ge-gaelen, I 367 
ge-gaerpendne, G 590 
ge-gandende, G 290 
ge-gangendo, G 691 
ge-gedenmg, G 686 
ge-genitdd, P 600 
ge-giscte, O 206 
ge-gremid, 1139; L 32 
ge-haeplice, G 603 ; O 252 
ge-heende, E 399 
ge-heres thu, H 51 
ge-hnsegitii, S 568 
ge-hnaeh [for ge-hnaeh?], A 

232 
ge-bpelci pega, Q 74 
ge-hyddum, A 87 
ge-hydnis, O 210 
ge-hyrsti, F 113 
ge-laechtrad, H 141 
ge-ladade, A 287 
ge-lestonne (to), G 812 
ge-lioe, P 175 
ge-limed, G 655 



ge-limplice daele, G 676 
gelo, G 876 
ge-lod-pyrt, E 85, 236 
ge-loed, G 98 
ge-loma, U 306 
ge-lostr, S 709 
gelpende, S 581 
ge-maad, U 122 
ge-maeded, U 36 
ge-maeroode, 1 352 
ge-mah, 1 148 
ge-mQdid, I 412 
ge-mQngan, G 674 
ge-mengde, I 214 
ge-menged, 1 106 
ge-mengetlic, P 211 
ge-mengiunge, G 599 
ge-mode, G 594 
ge-moot, G 841 
ge-naeot, I 245 
ge-neor^, G 666 
genge, L 30 
genge(naect-), H 130 
gengel (o-), 6 117 
gengian (fraet-), A 676 
gen-sette (on-), O 95 
genong, B 23 
ge-nydede, O 36 
ge-nyctblioe, A 39 
ge-nyhtfollnm, P 595 
geoo-boga, Int. 185 
geoc-stecca, O 108 
geolu, F219; G88; U 87 
geonan (bi-), T 293 
geonath, B 24 
geond-smead, E 212 
geongendi, O 272 
geomis, 1 191 
geomis (feorpit-), G 929 
geomlioe, E 471 ; O 38 
ge-or-uuyrde, T 261 
geot (earn-), A 759 
ge-raedit, D 186 
gerd, U 197 
gerd (hebel-), L 178 
gerd (sand-), B 178 
g§rd (segl-), A 588 
g^rd (toh-), L 138 
gere {\>ya), H 137, 142 
ge-rec, L 164 
ge-regnade, M 125 
ge-rested, F 125 
ge-ris, B 16 
gerlioe, A 618 
ge-rodes (peb-), T 44 
ge-roebam (folc-), A 114 
ge-roebom (uaio-), T 129 
ge-roefa, G 637 
ge-roefan, G 283; P 827 
ge-roedro, A 667 
ge-roscade, P 118 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. GER — ^HAE 



216 



ge-nmnen, G 862 
geruuid (ge-), P 600 
gesca, S855; T 71 
ge-scad-pyrt, T 24 
gesoa slaet, S 324 
ge-8oincio, E 543 
ge-soolan, C 826 
ge-Bcota, G 695 
ge-scroepnis, G 781 
ge-sene peard (nn-), I> 273 
ge-seotu (sae-), P 599 
ge-settan (da, >a), 1 213; 0232 
ge-sette, G 540 
ge-sioped, G 557 
ge-siouuid, S 19 
ge-siopid, S 53 
ge-si'Sas, O 35 
ge-siapid, N 74 
ge-siapide, A 177 
ge-smirpid, D 264 
ge-sniden, D 342 
ge-spon, M 296 
ge-staefnendre, B 68 
ge-stalnm, O 105 
ge-stincGum, E 421 
ge-stoepid, I 466 
ge-strion, G 564 ; P 2 
ge-suedrade, G 605 
ge-sue'Sradan, E 395 
ge-suigran, G 616 
ge-suirbet, E 144 
ge-tael, B 179 
ge-teld, T 76 
ge--5edum, S 699 
ge--5mgadon, P 180 
ge-thingio, A 708 
ge-Hudde, A 288 
ge.|iofta, Int. 69; G 535 
ge-doht, D 187 
ge-'5raune, B 118 
ge-|)rec, A 709 
ge-|7Uorne flete, L 133 
ge-dyre (un-), D 283 
ge-tiunge, A 684 
ge-togenum, S 536 
ge-togone sueorde, S 562 
getreauade, F 271 
ge-triopad, F 134 
ge-tuin, Int. 142 
ge-tyhtan (tSare), E 553 
ge-tyhtid, I 201 
ge-aaerpte, G 809 
ge-pald-le'Srum, H 37 
ge-parht, G 780 
ge-uaatu, G 820 
ge-uueada, U 50 
ge-pearp (in sond-), I 414 
ge-uuemmid (un-), I 211 
ge-uuendit, T 304 
ge-perc (aid-), I 35 
ge-uueted, M 98 



ge-uaet-&e8ta6, S 635 
ge-pitendi, D 66 
ge-prit, G 230 
gibeht (ob-), D 24 
gi-brec, U 246 
gidsung, A 683 
gi-erende, T 41 
gig, G 142 

gi-lebdae, p. 1 18, note 3 
gi-lefde, U 14 
gi-lepdae, p. 118, note 2 
gimong (aeg), O 139, 149 
gimro, D 364; gimrodor, p. 

44, note 4 
ginnendi (on-), O 253 
ginnisse, I 373 
gionat, G 4 
giscte (ge-), O 206 
gislas, O 23 
gisl-hada, O 99 
giululing, Q 70 
glaedine, S 176 
glaeres, S 688 
gleaunisse, A 736 
glen, S 41 
glio, G26; F3 
glioda, M 201 
gUoye (in), I 228 
glitmat, F 252 
gliu, G 6 
gloed, G 143 
gloede, P 688 
gloed-scofl, U 7 
glof, M 16 
gnidU, P 440 
gnidine (a-), D 78 
god-uueb, F 11 
god-uuebbe, T 228 
god-uureci, S 203 
gold (smaete), O 24 
gong(on.), I 378, 409 
gonot, F 382 
good aeppel, G 439 
goor, F 202 
goos, A 627 

goos (pilde), G 341; G 53, 68 
gors, A 328 
gorst, U 280 
graben (a-), G 249 
graes, F 150 
grsBS-groeni 138 
granae, M 335 
gredge, A 519 
gredig, I 78 
gr^f, G 169 
grei, G 91 

grei (heauui ,), G 117 
grei (isem-), F 153 
greig, F 115 

gremid (ge-), 1 139; L 32 
gremi'5, L 19 



gremman, L 96 

grennung, B 174 

greouue, U 207 

grestu (?), 91 

grima, M 33, 34 

grima (eges-), M 358; (egis-), 

Lll 
grindet (for-), C 776 
gristle (naes-), G 14 
groeni aar, A 957 
groeni (grsBS-), G 138 
groepe, L 30 
groepum, S 181 
groeto, M 162 
groetu (ic), G 608 
gron-uisc, A 160 
gruiit, P 540 
grund-sopa, G 186 
grundus, F 375 
grunnettan, G 173 
grytt, P 541 
gmna (bryd-), P 817 
guma (dryht-), P 11, 150 
gunde-suilge, S 278 
gycenis, P 692 
gylt(e-), E 500 
gyrdels, B 181 
gyrdiliB.broec, L 287 
gyrdils-hriuge, L 122, 237 
gymo, G 99 
gyte, I 376 

haal-staan, G 903 

haam, G 109 

habae, M 256 

habuc (mus-), S 438 ; 
(spaer-), A 432; (paloh-), 
H83; (palh-), F 10 

hada (gisl-), 99 

haeb, S 59 

haebem, N 61 

haebre-blete, B 96 

haebm, G 120 

haeca, P 311 

haeoed, M 332 

haecid, L 292 

haecile, L 15 ; P 7 

haefd (a-), S 636 

haegtis, E 283 ; S 528 

haegu-'Som, S 473 

haeh-sedlum, P 741 

haehnisse (under), S 690 

haehtis, F 434 

haehtisse, E 354 

hael, O 170 

haeldi (o-), P 358 

haelsadon, A 948 

haelsent, E 484 

haelsere, A 953 

haeplice (ge-), G 603; O 252 

haerg, L 325 



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ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. HAE — ^HBI 



haerga^ S 46 
haeflel-hnnta, A 2 
haesl, A 895; G 651 
hae-Bnalpe, A 864 
haet [heath], G 124 ; T 162 
haet [hat], M 227 
haet-colae, G 783 
hald, G 357 
hald (Bcyte-), O 29 
hald (to-), A 203 
halde (suae), B 69 
haldi, P 210 
half, G 494 
half-olongni, S 265 
halfe (on ha), A 435 
hali-gast, p. 1 
halt (lemp-), L 296 
hama [cricket], G 143 
hama [covering], I 88 
haman, G 404 
ham-8cire, E 35 
hand-gand, D 70 
handle, S 504 
hara, L 135 

hara (heard), G 314; M 339 
hatende, G 30 
heaga-spen, G 63 
heago-dom, A 421 
hea lecas, A 773 
heamnl, F 324 
heap, S 527 

heard-hara, G 314; M 339 
heard-heau, G 408 
heardnisse, B 185 
hearma, M 166; N 60 
heaa (heard-), G 408 
heapas (on-), 545 
heap i, G 303 
heauui, grei, G 117 
heheld, L249 
hebeld-t$red, L 250 
hebel-gerd, L 178 
heben-hus, L 40 
heber, G 156 
heden, G224; G 185 
heende (ge-), E 399 
hegas, G 920 
hel-diobul, O 231 
hehn, G 246 
helma, Int. 70 
hehnes, G 242 
belt, G 47, 236 
h^medo, H 164 
hen (edisc-), 236 
hendi (an-), M 8 
heolor, L36; T 258 
heolore (tui-), B 140 
heolstr, S 228 
heolstras, B 70 
heonan(bi-), G 428 
heopan, S 333 



heor, G 247 

heordan, S 515 

heorot-bei^ge, M 292 

heorSe, F 289 

heorS-soaepe, P 701 

her, P 437 

herbid, B 138 

here, F 306 

here (dor), S 641 

here-bsBcnn, S721 

here-beno, S 373 

herenis, F 1 

heres thu (ge-), H 51 

hergend (for-), G 153 

herpiong, E 554 

hen (dor-), U 5 

heringaa, S 64 

beta (scolt-), £ 453 

be«ir, B 121 

heuuendlioe, G 532 

hicae, P 176 

hider, I 496; hider ond 

hider, U 229 
higrae, B 77; G 438; T 315 
higre, P 424 
himming, P 306 
hind-berge, E 271 
hind-beriae, A 132 
hind-caelf, I 464 
hio, A 707 

hiordas (hors-), P 186 
hiorde (caeg-), G 498 ; (hrid-), 

B164 
hiorde (un-), T 247 
hlaegnlendi, B 171 
hlaest-Bcip, H 147 
hleor, F 345 
hleoJ>rendi, 1 127 
hlep (dif-), P 307 
hUbendri, M 223 
hlingende (pi«er-), I 207 
hlingo (on-), I 416 
hlior ronuit (on), A 267 
hUu-5a, S 235 
hlocadum (a-), E 65 
hlodun, A 909 
hlond, L 256 
hlotum (huon-), P 152 
hlutan, S 434 
hlutre, L 171 
hlysnende, A 228, 876 
hlysnendi, A 805 
hlyte, P 506 
hnaeggiung, H 126 
hnsBgith (ge-), S 568 
hnitu, L 127 
hnut-beam, N 184 
hnutu (haesel-), A 2 
hnyglan, P 843 
hoc (uueod-), S 20 
hocc, M 42 



hofer, T 332 

hofr, G 93 

hogd (for-), I 489 

hoi, S 486 

hold, F 120 

hold (ni-), P 700 

holegn, A 123 

holen (cnio-), B 245 

holo-ponne, P 73 

holor (?), L 16 

holt(aler-), A433 

holt-hona, A 125 

hola, 264 

holu (aulf-), L 334 

holum, G 240 

holnnga, N 67 

horn, G 514 

homan (fedr-), T 37 

bona (bolt-), A 125 ; (por-), 

F 22 ; (uudu-), P 183 
hond-f ul beopes, M 32 
hond-uyrm, B 179; (-pyrm), 

L93 
hood, G 107 
hool, U 270 
horh, F 216 
horn, B 21 
horn (suegl-), S 58 
horn-blaunere, G 353 
horn, naap, Int. 92 
horse-lice, N 9 
hors-hiordas, P 186 
hors-'Segn, M 338 
horpeg stig, D 72 
hosa (pisan), S 357 
hoap ("Sorh), P 239 
hospetQt, S 697 
hraed, P 208, 374 
hraede, p. 1 
hraefn, G 735 
hraefn (naeht-), N 145 
hraefnes foot, Q 49 
hrae«e, P 829 
hrae«e (frae-), P 603 
hrae'Se-muus, S 554; U 105 
hragra, A 729 
bran, P 184 
hrecca, 113 
hr§gU, A 546 

hreod, Int. 135 ; G 129 ; H 20 
hrider, Int. 147 
hridir (mid-), I 44 
hrim, P 669 

bringe (gyrdils-), L 122, 237 
bringendom (ymb-), S 533 
bringe, sigl, F 170 
hring-faag, P 515 ; T 204 
hriose« (on-), 1 149 
hrisl, B 11 
hrisle, E 10 
bnd-biorde, B 164 



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217 



hrof, T 163 

hrof (first-), L 36 

hrof-uuyrhta, T 166 

hromsa, A 129 

hromsan crop, A 130 

hrooc, G 164 

hrutende, S 663 

hryste, F 111 

huaeh (ge-), [for ge-hnaeh?] 

A 232 
hasBt, L 210 
hualf, C 626 
huegu (huonan-), U 268 
hueol-r&d, 233 
huer, L 101 
huer (oeg), U310 
huerb, U 142 
huerbende, E 300 
huete-stan, C 746 
huice, T 310 
huit cudn, M 41 
huite clafre, G 118 
huit-foot,A436 
hulas (scald-), P 76 
huma, S 206 
hund (ro-S-), M 286 
hune, M 43 
hunig-aeppel, P 137 
hunig-suge, L 169 
hun-sporau, D 366 
huonan-huegu, U 268 
hnon-hlotum, P 162 
humitu, G 902 
huru is (ne), N 199 
bus (heben-)» L 40 
buses, D 362 
huurful (siun-), T 100 
bpffig, S 272 
buusBl, P 671 

bpelce -Singa (oe-g-), O 162 
bpelci pega, (ge-), Q 74 
hyddum (ge-), A 87 
bydnis (ge-), O 210 
hyfi, A 461 
byflas (scald-), A 440 
hyht-ful, I 260 
hyllas (sond-), A 440 
hymlioe, G 391 
hype, I 44 
byrdel, p. 38, note 4 
byrsti (ge-), F 113 
hyrHl, C 891 
by^ae, D 60 

ic groetu, G 608 
ic "Srouuio, P 337 
idle, G 246 
ieces surae, G 121 
iesen, E 439 
ifegn, E 33 
ill, E 303 J H 108 



ill, 161 

in, B 178; 1167; R 12 

in bQce, I 466 

in foemisse, 1 196 

in gliope, I 228 

in mae-Sle, I 223 

innifli, I 116 

in Bond-gepearp, I 414 

intinga (uuordes), U 149 

iringes uueg, U 174 

is, P 191 

is (ne burn), N 199 

isern, A 422 

isem (bred-), S 116; (mere-), 

G96 
isern-feotor, B 38; -grei, F 

163 ; -soeruru, F 279 ; 

-scobl, U 16 

ij'i (?) p. 1 
iuu, T 16 

kaeUd, I 268 
kyUe, A 862 

laac, E 139, 461 

laam, A 730; L 239 

lab (un), P 669 

laec, A 646 

laec (brade-), S 220 

laec (on-), H 72 

laec (ynne-), A 841; (ynni-), 

G317 
laecan (lyb-), G 223 
laecan (scin-), N 66 
laecbtrad (ge-), H 141 
laeg, L 33 
laendino, B 178 
laeppan (libr-), F 169 
laergae, A 602 
laesti, U 281 
laex, E 316 ; I 490 
laga (lund-), B 33 
lande (on), E 329 
laser (?), Z 6 
last, O 267 
laste (on), E 329 
last-Qcus (braad-), I) 346 
lad, 1 136 
lath, I 229 
ladade (ge-), A 287 
lade, (atur-), B 93 
lauricae, A 497; T 179 
laurice, L 31 
laurici, G 148 
leac-trogas, G 666 
leaf (gearpan), M 42 
lean, E 164 
leas (recci-), P 631 
leasnis (treu-), P 202 
leasung, F 26 
lebdae (gi-), p. 118, note 3 



lebel, A 716 
leber, S 186 
lebil, M 17 
lebl, T 267 
lebr, S 141 
lecas (hea), A 773 
leceas, P 383 
leci-pyrt, Q 60 
lectendra (o-), P 177 
lectha, S 216 
leec (gaar-), A 419 
lefde (gi-), U 14 
leht-faet, L 96 
lelan, U 206 
lelodrae, L 44 
lelothrae, B 202 
lemp-halt, L 296 
lenctin-ald, T 86 
lende (el-), A 367 
lende-brede, L 336 
lendis Ueg (?), B 167 
leoma, G 106; I 631 
lepdae (gi-), p. 118, note 2 
lepe-uuinoe, G 961 
lestunne (to ge-), G 812 
leta (frio), L 233 ; U 120 
letan (frio-), L 177 
leder-uyrhta, B 232 
ledrum (ge-pald-) H 37 
leu (mund-), G 770; U 83 
libr, U 176 
libr-laeppan, F 169 
lic-beorg, S 46; -burg, G 433 
lice (ge-), P 176 
lieg (lendis), B 167 
lieset (a-), E 368 
ligenre (on-), I 206 
limi,B100; G 320 
liim-caluuer, G 22 
limed (ge-), G 666 
limplice daele (ge-), G 676 
lin, M 19 
lind, T 161 
line-tuige, G 147 ; -tuigle, F 

314 
linin ryee, U 186 
liod (burg.), M 294 
lio«u-pac, H 38 
lio))u-pac (un-), 1 161 
lio))u-pacnis (un-), I 97 
lisit, L 118 
Hstan, L 121 
liste, L 243 
li«ercade, P 694 
U«re, F 386 
lidre (staef-), B 8 
lil^rine trymsas, A 836 
loan (scaept-), H 8 
loc (clustor-), G 466 
loc (gata), T 172 
loca, F 236 



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ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. LOC — ^NEP 



loccas, A572;N46 

loccas (pinde-), G 434 

looer . Bceaba, B 281 

lod-pyrt (ge-), E B6» 236 

loed (ge), G 98 

logdor, G 123 

loma, G 815 

loma (ge-), U 306 

lomb (ceolbor-) E 216 

lond, T 67 

loob, Y 8 

lopostom, S 174 

lopust, L 262 

lor (for-), A 504 

lose (?), F 842 

lostr (ge-), S 709 

lo^Sa, L 15, 261 ; S 57, 60 

loam (scept-), A 548 

lad-g89t (Sorh), P 207 

lond-laga, B 38 

luus, P 312 

lyb, O 43 

lyb (ceae-), G 775 

lyb-com, G 265, 371 

lybesne, S 569 

lyb-laecan, G 223 

lybsn, O 43 

lybt, S 691 

lynis, A 963 

lynisaa, A 962 

lytes-na, G 592 

lytle sneglas, G 630 

maad (ge-), U 122 
maeded (ge-), U 36 
maelo (un-), U 215 
maelte smeoruue (an-a-), 

P400 
maenoe, G 887 
maerc (first-), I 219 
maercode (ge-), I 852 
maere, F 135; I 225 
mserh, L 294 
maestun, S 68 
mae-Sle (in), I 223 
maffa, O 166 
maga, S 578 
mah (ge-), 1 148 
malscrung, F 55 
malt, B 182 

mand, G 573, 635; Q 12 
man-ful, 1 134 
mang (seg-), A 397 
mapuldur, A 120 
mase, P 128 
mase (free-), L 91 
mata (eorS-), U 147 
madalade, G 854 
matte, S 487 
meadrobordan (?), M 155 
mearh, A 536 



meaiiS, F 383 
meau, A 478; G 29; L 50 
meoe, M 327 
meder-pyrhta, M 200 
m^d (ge), I 412 
meeli, A 437 
mees (bleremina), 250 
meg-caalm, P 179 
meg-sibbe, A 371 
meig, G 516 
meldadon, D 74 
meli, A 985 
meln (ed-), S 107 
melum (stycoi-), P 6, 187 
melom (vearn-), G 158 
melmn (|ireat-), M 1 
menen, U 123 
mene-scillingas, L 277 
m^ngan (ge-), G 674 
mengde (ge-), I 214 
menged (ge), 1 106 
menget, G 778 
mengetlic (ge-), P 211 
mengio, M 39 
mengiunge (ge-), G 599 
menin (mere-), S 849 
meniu, D 290 
meodomlice, D 833 
meottoc, T 286 
meottucas, L 161 
mer (pudu-), E 12 
merc-isem, G 96 
mere, S 650 
mere-menin, S 849 
mere-suin, B 166 
mere pear^, P 204 
merg, M 195 
merice, A 673 
merso, G 140 
mertze, M 161 
met-rap, B 178 
mettocas, B 19 
metum (or-), M 262 
mioel (sui'Se), D 327 
mid-ferh, I 526 
mid - hridir , nio'San -peard 

hype, 144 
miil, M 202 
mUcit, M 257, 841 
milte, L 172 ; S 472 
minte, Int. 222 
mirc-apuldor, M 142 
mis-byrd, A 12 
mistel, U 185 
mis-thagch, D 179 
mi's nethle a-siopid, P 421 
miai«, D 272 
mi'Slum, S 44 
mitta (and-), E 416 
miyniteri, N 178 
mod (e-), A 532 



mod (pulf), G 762 
mode (ge-), G 594 
moder (steop-), N 167 
moderge, G 857 
moette, O 183 
molde, S 10 
molegn-stycci, G 21 
moling, G 20 
momna, S 440 
mon (se eorod-), D 362 
mong (aeg-gi-), O 139, 149 
monong (geabules), E 518 
mood (an-), G 597 
moot (ge-), G 841 
more ^alh), P 122 
morgen-lio, P 203 
moba, A 108 
mund-bora, S 644 
mund-byrd, P 10 
mund-len, G 770; U 83 
mtis, S 428 
mosclan soel, G 863 
muB-habuc, S 488 
muQS, M 343 
mans (hrae'Se-), S 554; U 

105 
muas-falle, M 824 
mygg, G947; S 175 
myldan (bi-), H 159 
mynd (aneoi^-), I 98 
myndum (to peord-), A 229 
mynit, N 144 
myrgnis, M 868 

na (lytes-), G 592 
naap (bom,), Int. 92 
nabo-gaar, T 87 
nabo-gar, B 216 
nabola, U 248 
naeoad tnnge, E 499 
naecte-gale, L 830; B 201 
naect-genge, H 130 
naegl, P 107 
naegl-speru, U 260 
naeht-hraefn, N 145 
naenge earbet$e, N 198 
naeot (ge-), I 245 
naep, N 40 
naesc (reod-), P 188 
naescum, T 311 
naes-gristle, G 14 
naetendne, P 613 
neb, P 438; B 204 
ned, G 244 
nefa, P 675 
negl (scoh-), G 480 
ndtQ-gale, A 121 
ne hum is, N 199 
neor^ (ge-), G 666 
neo>o-aard, Int. 71 
nep-flod, Int. 196 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. NES — REC 



219 



11 



nest, £ 259 
neihle, P 421 
netl, A 160 
netlan, U 290 
uettae, O 147 
nif t, P 604 
ni-hold, P 700 
ni-ol, 1 122 
nio'San-peard, I 44 
nit (suer-), U 299 
nomun, A 909 
noom (ifor-), 1 174 
nor>an (eastan-), A 92 
nor^an-pestan, A 113 
nordpind (east-), B 152 
nor^pind (eost-), C 375 
nordpind (jiest-), C 419 
numine (bi-), A 15; p 

(note 7) 
nydede (ge-), O 36 
nycthlice (ge-), A 39 
nyhtfollum (ge-), P 595 
nyme (fore-), P 822 
nytnis (un-), N 187 
nyttum (to), A 200 



ob cniorisse, P 667 

ober-cumenre (un-), I 206 

ober-foerde, E 173 

ober-segl, A 753 

ober-staeled, C 585; -stae- 
lende, C 543; -staelid, C 
858; -sui-So, U 206; -uue- 
nide, I 209; -nurecan, 
97 

obet, F 326 

ob-gibeht, T> 24 

obr, M 20 

obst («orh), P 217 

ob-'5aenit, M 94 

ocusta, A 837 

oefsung, C 436 

oe-g-huer, U 310 

oe-g-hpelce 1$inga, 162 

oembecht, C 533 

oem-setinne piin-geardes, A 
534 

oest-ful, U 278 

of "Sreote ; of foe'San, E 398 

ofer-cuom, 103 

ofer-foere (un-), I 456 

of-gefen, T> 339 

og (scept-), A 517 

o-gengel, 107 

o-hfflldi, P 358 

ol (ni-), 1 122 

o-lectendra, P 177 

olbenda (afyred), D 361 

oman, I 27 

omber, S 337 

om^, F 154 



omer, S 166 
on ba halfe, A 435 
oncg-seta, P 868 
oncleouue, T 42 
on-cunnen, N 163 
ond, U 229 
on-dest, S 436 
on-doen, 1 110 
on-ettad, A 401 
on-ette, 109 
on-filti, 1 137 
onga, A 715 
on-gen-sette, 95 
on-ginnendi, O 253 
on-gong, I 378, 409 
on-heapas, C 545 
on-hlingo, I 416 
on hlior rouuit, A 267 
on-hriose1$, 1 149 
on-laeo, B 72 
on lande, E 329 
on laste, E 329 
on-ligenre, I 205 
on-reod, I 401 
on-saelid, D 29 
on-seacan, T> 148 
On-steuum, A 712 
on-suapen, I 442 
on-Buebba1$, S 297 
on-suebdum, S 400 
on-8ueop, A 868 
on suilce, A 881 
on-tudri, E 73 
on-paid, S 131 
on-peg a-feride, A 908 
on-picum, C 277 
oom (brond-), B 236 
ore, O 228 
orceas, 1 152 
or-feormnisse, S 488 
or-metum, M 262 
or-sorg, C 810; T 325 
or-^onc, M 112 
or-pige, I 460 
or-uuyrde (ge-), T 261 
osIq, M 165 
osperi (?), P 411 
ost (prasan), N 152 
0-5 -Saet, E 2 
otr, L 291 
ottor, S 634 
o-uuaestm (tuig), S 587 
o-pef, C 467 
oxstaelde, I 25 

paad, P 670, 832 
paat, C 259 
palstr, C 640, 965 
pauua, P 131 
pea (?), G 125 
pearuc, C 488 



pic, P 425 

picung, S 572 

piic, A 115 

piosan, P 414 

piose, L 147 

pirge, P 418 

pisan hosa, S 357 

plaega, P 12 

plagan (staef-), L 289 

plumae, P 456 

plum§, P 708 

plum-treu, P 449 

ponne, T 298; (braad-), C 
199;(bredi-), S18;(fyr.), 
A 751 ; (holo-), P 73 

popffig, C 941 ; P 542 

popei, P 166 

pund, P 739 

pundur, P 264 

pung, C 136 

qualdun (a-), N 101 
quatem, Q 19 
quedol, T> 318 
quedole, T> 319 
quicae, U 188 
quice, G 151 
qui-Sa, M 44 

raad (stream-), A 447 
rabisca [Latin?], B 258 
rad (hueol-), O 233 
radre, B 165 
raece. Int. 273 
raeced-lic, P 14 
raedda rabisca (?), B 258 
raeddun (a-), E 393 
raedenne, C 611 
raedgasram, H 162 
raedinne, B 3; T 25 
raedit (ge-), D 186 
raednisse, C 828 
raefnde (a-), E 373 
raefndun (a-), E 503 
raefsit, 1 190 
raefsit paes, 1 186 
raegelum (dead-), P 36 
rtegu, S 300 
raepsung, 1 132 
raesde, I 299 
ragu, M 258, 289 
raha, C 189 
rap (met-), B 178 
rasad (a-), 1 131 
read, F 214; B 240 
read (pioloc-), C 520 
reade clafre, C 116 
raef (pael-), M 30 
reagu-finc, B 58 
reo (ge-), L 164 
recceo, A 492 . 



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ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. BBC — SEC 



reoci-leas, P 631 
recio (a-), E 523 
recte (a), C 601 
red (faer-), P 606 
red-boran, I 612 
rede-stan, S 365 
rednae (bi), P 702 
r^fsde, 1 173 
reftras, A 533 
regnade (ge-). M 125 
regn-pyrm, L 304 
rehtun (a-), £ 550 
reod (on-), I 401 
reod-naeso, P 188 
reost (soles), T> 80 
resigan, 208 
reste (eord-), C 59 
rested (ge-), F 125 
resnng, C 536 
resnnge, B 170 
rib, C 845 
ribbe, C 28, 411 
ribt (cneo-), Int. 220 
ridan (tot-), O 268 
ridusende, P 314 
rift, L 80; P 126 
riftras (siSe), F 32 
rihte-bred, N 172 
rimo, C 898 
ris (ge-), B 16 
rise, I 530 
risc-'Syfel, I 510 
rist (baan>), T 173 
risel, A 796 
risende, F 17<S 
rod (brand-), A 562 
rodes (peb-ge-), T 44 
roebum (folc-ge-), A 114 
roebnm (uuic-ge-), T 129 
roefa (ge-), C 687 
roefan (ge-), C 283 ; P 827 
roetSe, F 117 
roe'Se-lice, U 167 
roelJra, B 73 
roedro (ge-), A 667 
romei, C 89 

rond (gabul-), C 416; B 31 
rond-baeg, B 208 
rood (paerg-), F 371 
roopnis, L 244 
roscade (ge-), P 118 
ro-5-hund, M 285 
ro«or (steor-), P 178 
ro«r, T 206 

rouuit (on hlior), A 267 
rune (burg-), P 21 
runnen (ge-), C 862 
rust, E 297 
rydid (a-), E 548 
rye, T 21 ; U 184 
ryee (linin), U 186 



ryft (pag.), C 967 
ryge, S 339 
lysel, A 961 
rytrid (a-), E 400 

saa, Int. 198 

sadol, S 229 

sadul-boga, C 130 

sadul-felge, P 315 

saecg, G 113 

saecgan (a-), E 36 

saedde (un-a-), I 212 

sae-ge-seotu, P 599 

saelid (on-), D 29 

saeltna, B 256 

saes, T 289 

saex, C 969 

saex (blod-), F255; ()»eoh-), 

S214 
salde, 1 194 
sale, B80 
salf, M 21 
salh, S40 
sarpo, A 281 
scaan, A 801 
scadu, S 133 
scad-pyrt (ge-), T 24 
soaebe, P 539 
scaed, S 173 
scaeft (ed-), P 71 
scaeltte (a-), D 336 
Bcaept-loan, H 8 
scaer. Int. 329 
soaet, B 150 
scaet (fere-), N 47 
scaf-foot, P 145 
scala, G 112 
scald-bulas, P 76 
Bcald-hyflas, A 440 
scalfur, M 160 
sceaba, B 231 
sceabas, A726; G 15 
sceadu (suina), S 662 
soeadu-geardas, T 79 
scearpnis, A 117 
sceat (an-), E 411 
scea'San (picinc-), P 391 
seel, E 15 
seel (musclan), C 863; 

(piloc-), C 530; (pioluo-), 

P70 
soel-ege, S 578 
scelle, C 777 
scellum, C 758 
scept-loum, A 548 
scept-og, A 517 
scere (secgge-), C 404 
scerede (bi-), p. 9 note 1 
scerero, F 263 
sceruru (isern-), F 279 
scete, S 57 



Boia, C 901 

scicging, C 112 

scidum, S 179 

Bciir, P 592 

scildenne, T 329 

scillingas (mene-), L 277 

scin, P 513 

scinoio (ge-), E 543 

scin-laecan, N 65 

Bcinneras, E 170; S 185 

scinnum, S 205 

scip, S 188; (hlaest-), H 

147; («eof-), M208 
scipe, B 178 
Boipes caeli, B 204 
Bcir, D 328 [dispensatio] ; S 

647 [adj., clear] 
scirde, A 134 
scire (ham-),-E 35 
sclacade (a-), H 58 
sclaecadun (a-), T> 329 
sclat, C 263 

scoble, P 42; (isern-), U 15 
scoere, S 696 
scofl, T 290 
scofl (gloed-), U 7 
scoh, C 141; (slebe-), S 394; 

(steppe-), S 708 
scoh-negl, C 480 
scolan (ge-), G 826 
Bcomo, P 844 
scond, S 165 
scota (ge-), C 695 
scraeb, M 199 
screauua, M 336 
soreop (aeren), S 574 
screope, S 513 
Borepan (a-), E 95 
screpen (a-), E 98 
soriben, D 82 
soribun, P 596 
scric, T 324 
send, B 25 
scrifen (for-), A 193 
scriopu, S 194 
scripel (eor-), A 706 
scripid, S 142 
scroepnis (ge-), C 781 
soufitJ (a-), P 629 
souldur, S 187 
Bcolt-heta, E 453 
scungendi (an-), A 666 
scussum (a-) [?], C 882 
scyend, M 40 
Bcyfla, M 9 
scyldig, 106 
scyrft, S 130 
scyte-hald, O 29 
scytel, M 259 
seacan (on-), D 148 
secg, C 110 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. SEC — STA 



221 



seogge-scere, C 404 

sedlmn (haeh-), P 741 

seeg, S 85 

segl (ober-), A 753 

segl-bosm, C 229 

segl-g§rd, A 688 

segn, B53; L4; S 362 

segnas, A 717 

seign, U 85 

seld (peard-), E 527 

selma (bene-), S 470 

sene peard (un-ge-), D 273 

seng, U 90 

se eorod-mon, D 362 

seobgendum, D 64 

seodenne (to a-), E 542 

seolf-bonan, B 118 

seorpum, C 667 

seotol, E 332 

seotu, B 226 

seotu (sae-ge-), P 599 

serce, A 756 

sernnende, C 831 

seta (oncg-), P 868 

setin, P 467 

setinne piingeardes (oem-), 

A 534 
setnis (unit-), O 96 
seto, S 498 
settan, P 13 
settan (da, )7a ge-), I 213; 

232 
sette (ge-), C 640 
sette (on -gen-), O 95 
setunge, A 898 
seuuin (?), P 572 
sib (nn-), S 223, 364 
sibsed, A 769 
sibbade (nn-), D 48 
sibbe (meg-), A 371 
sibi, C 873 
sibun-sterri, P 451 
sicetit, S 324 
side, L 328 
sifi'San, F 386 
sifti«, C 872 
sige-becn, T 264 
sigl,B197; F170; S 319 
siid, E 461 
Binder, S 163 

sin-fuUe, E 84, 253 ; P 130 
sin-gale, O 155 
sint, S 705 
sionu, N 97 
sion-unalt, T 227 
siouu, S 51 
sioped (ge-), C 557 
siopid (a-), P 421 
siouuid (ge-), S 19 
siopid (ge-), S 53 
siras, L 275 



sith (et-), B 164 

si-Sas (ge-), O 35 

8i«e, riftras, F 32 

sindi (bi-), 212 

sinn-huurfnl, T 100 

sinpid (ge-), N 74 

siupide (ge-), A 177 

slaec, B 59 

slaece, E 101 

slaege, C 832 

slaegen, P 329 ; (bi«), P 287 

slaegen (for-), P 706 

slaegenum (for-), P 609 

slaegu, L 247 

slaet (gesca), S 324 

slag, B 75 

slagh-'Sorn, N 119 

slahae, P 376 

slah-«orn, S 474 

sli, T 169 

sliden, I 408 

sliet (for-), I 413 

slit smeoro (on-), S 33 

sliten (un-to-), I 80 

slog (to-), C 586 

smaete gold, O 24 

smat, I 352 

smead (geond-), E 212 

sm^l, G 155 

smeltas, S 72 

smeodoma, P 497 

smeoro (un-slit), S 33 

smeoru, S 268; U 257 

smeoru-pyrt, U 98 

smeoruue (un-amaelte), P 

400 
smicre, E 141 
smiride (bi-), I 204 
smirpid (ge-), T> 264 
smi«.lice, F 110 
smiton, F 387 
smoe'Si (un-), S 204 
smoe'Snm, P 511 
smora'S, S 558 
Bmo)7i (un-), A 859 
smyglas, C 927 
snaedil-^earm, E 419 
snan (for suan), S 655 
snegl, L 180; M 37 
sneglas (lytle), C 630 
snel, A 445; E 561 
sniden (ge-), B 342 
suite, A 138 
suite (uudu-), C 258 
snith-streo, Int. 146 
sni1$-streo, S 358 
suiupi^, N 117 
snod, C 137 
snoro, N 182 
socc, slebe-scoh, S 394 
sochtba, I 474 



soedan (a-), S 104 
softe, S 276 
sohte, P 215 
solcen (a-), 1 197 
sond^, C 534 
sond-ge-pearp, I 414 
sond-hyllas, A 440 
sooc (for-), I) 71 
sooth, F 428 
sopa (grund-), C 186 
sorg, A 165 

sorg (or-), C 810; T 325 
sorgendi, A 617 
spadan, U 13 
spserca, S 192 
spaeren, G 92 
spaer-habuc, A 432 
spaldur, A 839 
sparrade (bi-), 221 
spearua, F 128; S 632 
speccan, N 160 
spec-faag, Int. 221 
sped, P 375 
spel-bodan, 240 
spelli, B 65 
spen (heaga-), G 63 
speoru, C 610 
sperta (?), B 89 
speru (naegl-), U 260 
spUth, P 213 
spinel, F 378; S 552 
spinil, N 108 
spitel (proht-), S 605 
spoed, P 634, 707; S 646 
spon, G 100 
spon (ge-), M 296 
spora, C 93 
sporan (hun-), I> 356 
spraec, S 43 
spr§c, S 299 
spreci (felu-), T 288 
spreot (eobor-), U 79 
spreotum, C 609 
sprinclum, F 171 
sprindel, T 88 
springendi (a-), D 65 
spryng, C 15 ; P 82 
spunnun, B 148 
staau (haal-), C 903 
staeb, 157 
staeb (endi-), E 394 
staef-lidre, B 8 
staefnendra, A 444 
staefnendre (ge-), B 68 
staef-plagan, L 289 
staegilre, P 610 
staeled (ober-), C 585 
staelende (ober-), 543 
staeli, O 124 
staelid (ober-), C 858 
staenid (a-), S 570 



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ANQLO-SAXON INDEX. STA — ^TAC 



staer, S 526 
staer-blind, S 134 
Btae'S-Bunalpe, B 195 
stal, 8 512 
Btal (pi«er), O 41 
Btalam (ge-), O 105 
stala to fag^um, U 252 
Stan (ciBil-), G 111 ; (haete-)i 

C 746; (rede-), S 365; 

(tebl-), C 12 
steam, B 61; F 163 
stebn, U 282 
steoca (geoc-), 108 
Bteli, A 127 
Bteng, C 450 
steola, C 31, 262 
steop-faeder, 6 135; U 181 ; 

-moder, N 167; -Buna, F 

210 
steor, L 298 

Bteor (tSri-aaintra), P 672 
Bteorra (snan-), U 145 
sterri (sibun-)f P 451 
Bteor-ro'Sor, P 178 
steort, C 196 
Bteppe-sooh, S 708 
Bt§rt, B 91 
steuum (on-), A 712 
sticca (clader-), A 625 
stic-tenel, F 166 
Btig (horpeg), D 72 
stign, A 893 
stiUth, C 859 
stilnis (an), A 399 
stinoendi, F 254 
stinocum (ge-), E 421 
Btoepid (ge-), I 466 
Btofa, B 56 
Btom, B 144 ; atom, plisp, B 

52 
stono, E 391 
Btool, T 309 
stoppa, B 147 
store, C 405 
storm, N 113 
ston(oeap-), C 564; (caalm-), 

Int. 67 
stoauigan, B 34 
streagl, A 932 
stream, B 51 
stream-raad, A 447 
streamum, T 216 
Btreide, S 525 
strel, S 514 
strel-bora, A 810 
streo (snith-), Int. 146 ; 

(sni-S-) S 358 
stricilam, T 266 
stridi (tnegen), P 134 
stridit, U 12 
strimendi, I 410; O 30 



strion(ge.), G564; P2 

stryndere, P 821 

stryta, S 571 

Btycci (molegn-), G 21 

stycci-melmn, P 6, 187 

stylde (pi-S), D 115 

styntid, H 89 

styntid (a-), H 56 

styrga, P 519 

styria, C 921 

8tyri«, M 270 

snab (a-), E 475 

saaoen-lic, P 203 

suae halde, B 69 

snaep (an-), A 359 

snaepe (heorS-), P 701 

saaepe (ymb-), A 522 

suae sui'Se, Q 17, 18 

snae-Sila, F 26 

saalt (a-), D 249 

saalaue, H 106 

snalpe (hae-), A 864 

saan, F 216 ; H 134; see also 

8 655 
snand (a-), H 57 
saan-steorra, U 145 
siiapen(on-), I 442 
sndan (eastan-), A 46 
snearm, E 506 
sneart (saefl), 8 683 
snearth, C 198 
saebba'5 (on-), 8 297 
Buebbo, 8 399 
8uebdam(on-), 8 400 
8aedrade(ge-), C 605 
snefl-sueart, 8 683 
sneg, H 136 
sneger, 8 385 
snegl-hom, 8 58 
snelce (end), A 204 
snelgendi, U 271 
suenoeth, D 52 
saeop (on-), A 868 
sueor, C 717; U 133 
sneoras, U 177 
sneorde (getogone), 8 562 
suer-nit, U 299 
sae'Selas, 1 119 
sue'Sradun (ge-), E 395 
sne'Sra'S, F 100 
sage (hunig-), L 169 
sage speard, U 222 
sogga, F 176 
saga, 8 172 
suhterga, F 319 
snicade, 8 453 
soioe, O 276 
soicfaUe (bi-), D 33 
soift, A 446 
soigran (ge-), G 616 
sailce (on), A 881 



sailge (gande-), 8 278 
saille (gagal-), G 3 
Boimma'S (-Sorb), T 308 
sain, 8 700 
Buin (mere-), B 166 
soina soeada, 8 662 
soind (e-), 1 197 
sainglange, U 144 
sainin, 8 706 
sainsang, A 720 ; M 150 
saiopan, M 29; (apundere), 

U76 
Buiopum, F 222 
sairbet (ge-), E 144 
sai-Se (suae), Q 17, 18 
sui-5e (Sus), T 27 
suitSemicel, D.327 
sai'5-fromlice, N 48 
sai1$iga«, F 208 
Bui-So (ober-), U 206 
sales reost, D 80 
same daeli, P 4 
sond-gerd, B 178 
san-folgend, 8 396 
sundun (a-), D 275 
sunn (faedran) P 95 
sunu (bro-Sor), F 320; 

(steop-), F 210 
^aoeg, cirm, F 348 
saoesendo, A 405 
Buoetnis, A 524 
suol, C 368 
saole, C 237 
saoUen (a-), T 326 
suom, F 384 
saon, O 141 

suond (a-), E 66, 192; T 26 
suor (for-), D 84 
saomadun, C 591 
sor, 8 386 
surae (ieces), G 121 
sure, 8 78, 86 
sure (gQoes), A 131 
suth (east-), A 47 
Sudan- pes tan, A 89 
8u)>an-pe8tan^ A 360 
su'S-uuind, A 951 
sud, su'S-pind (pest-), A 364 ; 

F49 
suto, L 34 
suaaluue, P 710 
suualpe (staetS-), B 195 
speard (suge), U 222 
sauQr, D 26 
suungen, E 477 
suuicend (bi-), I 217 
syl, B 61 

tacne, D 330 
taonendi, I 216 
taour, L 130 



ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. TAB — ^TOR 



223 



taeg,Int. 216:M118; S183 

taeg (paeb-j, L 248 

tael (ge-), B 179 

taelg, F 379 

taelg (aet-), B 122 

taenil, F 162 

tahae, A 494 

tasnl, T84 

tebl, A 414 

teblere, A 416 

tebleth, C 522 

tebl-Btan, C 12 

tegum, T 128 

teld (ge-), T 76 

teldat, G 861 

tel-treo, C 492 

tenel (stio-), F 166 

teoru, C946;G133;B57 

teoru (blaec), N 17 

t§ro (»g.), F 67 

teru (treu-), B 54 

teter, B6;I79;P244 

tetridit, D 77 

"Sa deadlioustan, F 388 

>aec-tigilum, I 57 

-Saenit (ob.), M 94 

ISaet (o'S), E 2 

«aet (ymb), P 474 

thagch (mis-), D 179 

da ge-settan, I 213 

>a ge-settan, O 232 

>anan, I 50 

'Sare ge-tyhtan, E 553 

tharme, U 210 

«atur (?), L 76 

"Sa ponnan aetrinan, L 170 

•Seaca (bord-), T 81 

J>earm, F 164; 1 113 

|>earm (baec-), E 465 

|>eami (snaedil-), E 419 

thed (a-), E 328 

•Sedum (ge-), S 699 

«egen (a-), D 340 

thegh, C 747 

>egn, A 209 

1$egn (bors-), M 338 

'Segnunge, 1 167 

«eode (per-), N 131 

•Seofe-«om, B 22 

'Seof-scip, M 208 

]>eoh-saex, S 214 

)>eotum, F 206 

>ereiide, 1 150 

tiexe (a-), L 45 

dhuehl, D 56 

•Siendi, I 260 

«ignen, P 190 

«me, T 43, 45 

Hnga (aenge), Q 75 

•Singa (oe-g-hpelce), O 162 

tJingadon (ge-), P 180 



>mgere, A 283 
thingio (ge-), A 708 
>ingunge, 1 199 
>istel, p. 1; C 126 
-Sistel (>u-), L 39 
>istel-tuige, G 122 

>iudde (ge-), A 288 

>iastra, A 535 

>ixl (paegne-), A 743 

J>ixlum, T 97 

thoae, A 748 

)>odeQ, A 482 

J>ofta(ge-), Int. 69;G536 

>oht (a-), G 779 

doht (ge-), D 187 

thol, S 182 

^on (aec), Q 44 

•Sonc (or-), M 112 

"Sorh-brogden, T 280 

•Sorb byrgeras, P 229 

>orh-ge.feht, P 205 

«orh hosp, P 239 

Sorb lud-g8Bt, P 207 

«orh obst, P 217 

•Sorh-suimma'S, T 308 

•Sorn (haegu-), S 473 

dom (heago-), A 421 

•Sorn (slagh-), N 119; (slab-), 

S474;(«eofe-), B 22 
'Somas, S 217 
thothr, P 410 
"Sraesce, T 314 
>rage, 1 126 
•Sraune (ge-), B 118 
thrauuo, A 731 
)>reade (biad), A 671 
threatade, U 291 
)>reatende, M 27 
>reat-melum, M 1 
J>rec (ge-), A 709 
«red, F 172 
«red (col-), P 232; (bebeld-), 

L250 
'Sreote, E 398 
•Sreote (of), E 398 
t$res,L 243; 229 
•Sresi, L 339 
«r§sti (a-), E 389 
«ri-feo«or, T 292 
drill, Int. 322 
•Sring (ebur-), O 255 
-Sriodung (ymb), D 62 
•Sri-uuintra steor, P 672 
•Sroehtig, P 305 
J>rop, G 748 
•Srostle, T 313, 323 
•Srot-bolla, G 180 
«rote (aesc-), F 138; (ebor-), 

S178 
tbrote (eobur-), G 749 
>rote (eofor-), Int. 307 



•Sroten (a-), P 191 

«rouuio (io), P 337 

•Sropode, E 392 

«ruh, T 320 

>ruh (uu§ter-), C 103 

>rungun, T 229 

thrust-fel (blaeo), B 103 

druum (paeter-), G 111 

J>ryid (a-), E 400 

thu (ge-heres), H 51 

1$naelum, T 46 

thnaere, T 328 

J>uarm, S 125 

thuelan, U 176 

)>uerh-fyri, S 16 

^uma, P 538 

thumle, U 210 

>iiner, I 479 

)>ung, E 120 

>ungas, A 102 

]>iiorne flete (ge-), L 133 

dus (ac). Int. 298 

«us sui«e, T 27 

>u-«i8tel, L 39 

•Syfel (rise), I 510 

•Syhtge egan (un-), U 191 

dyre (un-ge-), D 283 

J>yrne, D 373 

«yrs, 231 

J>ys gere, H 137, 142 

«yti« (a-), E 142 

tigilum (J>aec-), I 57 

tigule, T 47 

Tug, M 49 

tilgendum, A 220 

tin, T 171 

tindas, B 214 

tindecte, B 208 

tindum, B 209 

tioludun, P 336 

tionan, I 369 

tiorade, D 184 

tiunge (ge-), A 684 

to a-seodenne, E 542 

to-cinit, D 76 

to cySenne, 1 469 

to-daeldmn, D 258 

to fnglum (stain), U 252 

to ge-lestunne, G 812 

togenum (ge-), S 536 

togone sueorde (ge-), S 562 

toh, L 110 

to-bald, A 203 

tob g^rd, L 138 

toblice, U 294 

tolice, H 154 

tong, F 286 

to nyttnm, A 200 

tonpinto(?), A 218 

torctendi, I 216 

torhtnis, L 284 



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ANGLO-SAXON INDEX. TOS — J7EG 



to-sUten (an*), I 80 

to-Blog, G 686 

tot, A 744 

to«um (butan), S 701 

tot-ridan, O 268 

to peord-myndum, A 229 

to-porpne, D 31 

to-puorpon, D 30 

tredun, P 612 

treo (fugul-), A 533 ; (fulae), 

A 430; (tel-), C 492 
treu (plnm), P 449 
treu-leasnis, P 202 
treu-teru, B 54 
trenoade (ge-), F 271 
triopad (ge-), F 134 
trog, C 252 
trog (cUda), C 508 
trogas (leac-), G 656 
troh, R 17 
trondendi, P 805 
tryinide, C 824 
trymsas (li>rme), A 836 
tudri (on-), E 73 
tuegen stridi, P 134 
tuige (line-), C 147; (Mstel-), 

G122 
tuigendi, A 656 
tuigle (line-), F 314 
tnig o-auaestm, S 587 
tui-heolore, B 140 
tuihn (bi-), M 198 
tuin, B 230 
tuin (ge-), Int. 142 
tuist (candel-), E 166 
tunge (naecad), E 499 
tunne, C 945 
turl, T 290 
tuso, G 62 
tuun, C 670, 748 
tuun (caebr-), U 86 
tuun (deor-), B 185 
tuun-cressa, N 14 
tychtingum, 1 135 
tyctende, A 198 
tyctendi, 1 124 
tyhtan, S 437 
tyhtan ("Sare ge), E 553 
tyhted (faer-), C 471 
tyhten, L 117 
tyhtend, I 363 
tyhte«, S 401 
tyhtid (ge-), I 201 
tyni« (a-), E 414 
tyhtinne, 1 141 
tyhto, S 435 
tyhton, I 487 
tylg, P 607 
tynder, N 33 
tyndre, N 55 
tyndrin, I 491 



tyrb, C 351 

uaelle (ed-), A 490 
naerpte (ge-), C 809 
uard (neo>o-), Int. 71 
ueard (ediso-), B 186 
uearte, B 71 
uerua. Int. 328 
uisc (gron-), A 160 
ulae, C 119; U 238 
ule, N 138 
un-ae'Silsa, G 157 
un-amaelte smeoruue, P 400 
un-asaedde, I 212 
un-bryce, I 89 
un-cystig. heamul, F 324 
under haehnisse, S 690 
un-emetta, N 64 
un-faecni, N 147 
un-ge-sene peard, D 273 
un-ge-dyre, D 283 
un-ge-uuenunid, I 211 
un-hiorde, T 247 
un-lab, P 559 
un-lio>u-pao, 1 151 
un-lio)>u-pacni8, I 97 
un-maelo, U 215 
un-nytnis, N 187 
un-ober-cumenre, I 206 
un-ofer-foere, I 456 
un-8ib, S 223, 364 
un-sibbade, D 48 
un-slit smeoro, S 33 
un-smoe'5i, S 204 
un-8mo)>i, A 859 
un-stilnis, A 399 
un-"5yhtge egan, U 191 
un-to-sliten, I 80 
un-pis, G 119 
uop (feld-), B 183 
urum, U 286 
ut-cualm, I 461 
u-S-uuta, P 380 
utlines (?), A 391 
uyrhta (leder-), B 232 
uynn (bond-), B 179 
uyrSo, I 420 
paar, A 434 [alga]; C 255 

[callus] 
pac (lio«u-), H 38 
pac (un-liobu-), 1 151 
pacnis (un-lio>u-), I 97 
paeb-taeg, L 248 
paecg, C 970 
paede, A 587 
paefs, C 902 ; F 136 
uuaefsas, U 92 
uusegde (a-), E 111 
psegn, U 143 
paegne->ixl, A 743 
paegn-fearu, F 201 



unaelle (ed-), T 214 
pael-rear, M 30 
paerg-rood, F 371 
paes (geben), 1 188 ; (raefsit), 

1186 
uuaestm (tuig o-), S 587 
paeter-crnce, U 283 
paeter-druum, G 111 
paex-condel, F 419 
paexit, S 676 
pag, G 174 ; p. 38, note 4 
pag-ryft, G 967 
palch-habuc, H 83 
pal-crigge, H 87 
uual-cyrge, T 159 
pal-cyrge, E 351 
paid (on-), S 131 
nualda (an-), M 253 
pald-leSrum (ge-), H 37 
palh-habuc, F 10 
palh-more, P 122 
uualh-pyrt, 1 147 
palh-pyrt, E 11 
uuallum (fore-), B 209 
uualt (sion-), T 227 
auam, L 165 
panan-beam, F 381 
papul, F 37 
parht (ge-), C 780 
pase, C 128 
uuatu (ge-), C 820 
uudu-binde, I 236 
uudu-hona, P 183 
uudu-snite, C 258 
uudu-uuiude, U 187, 269 
uudu-pinde, E 26 
uueada (ge-), U 50 
peagat, L 81 
uueard, S 70 
peard (nio'San-), I 44 
peard (un-ge-sene), D 273 
peard-seld, £ 527 
peam-melum, G 158 
peam-pis-lice, D 291 
pearp, S 563; U 202 
pearp (in sond-ge-), I 414 
pearte, P67; U 77 
pearte (cell-), O 230 
pear« (mere), P 204 
peb, T 89 
uueb (god-), F 11 
pebb, T 90 
uuebbe (god-), T 228 
peb-gerodes, T44 
uuebung, S 180 
uueder, T 121 
pef (o-), C 467 
pefl, C 467 
uuefl, P 113; T 158 
pefta, D 57 
uueg (iringes), U 174 



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pyrt (bio.), A 672; M 43; 
(gelod-), £ 85, 236; (ge- 
scad-), T 24; (leci-), Q 50; 
(smeoni-), U 98; (uualh-), 
1147; paUi-),£ll 

nuyrt (biscop-), H 101 



pyrt-dreno, A 602 
pyrS, C 942 

ymb-hringendom, S 533 
yznb-saaepe, A 522 



jmb 'Saet, P 474 
yznb-'Sriodung, D 62 
jnne-laec, A 841 
ynni-laeo . cipe, G 317 
yppe, I 234 



CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 

p. 26 (C 21) for **uel raptis'* read interraptis=sinterraptio 

p. 28 (C 164) for **uel cognatos" read inter cognatos 

p. 116 (T 263) delete star before bebhi (see Introduction, p. xliii). 

p. 132, third column, add: bebbi, T 263; and see Introduction, p. xliii 

p. 134, first column, line 42, delete (?) after 51 

p. 158, first column, add: gebsias, M 121; and see Introduction, p. xlii 

On p. 2 it should be added that the Corpus MS. is already mentioned in 1600 
in^Dr Thom. James* Catalogue, published in that year under the title: Ecloga 
Oxonio-Cantdbrigiensia, tributa in Uhroa duos; quorum Prior continet CatcUogvm 
confugum Librorum Mas, in Bihliothecis, duarum Academiarum, Oxoniae et Canta- 
lyrigiae... Opera & studio T[homfld] I[amesii]. London, 1600. 4^. Our MS. is 
mentioned on p. 89 under No. 279. It is moreover mentioned in the 2nd volume 
of [Bernard's] Catalogi librorum M8S, Anglia et Hibemia in unum coUectii Oxoniae, 
1697, among the "Codd. MSS. CoUegii S. Benedicti (= Corpus Christi College)," 
on p. 141 (1545 — 278) as "Lexicon Saxonicum, cum interpretatione nominum 
Hebraicorum & Graecorum in Bibliis." This entry was made **juxta editiouem 
D. Tho. Jamesii." 



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BY THE EDITOR. 
THE HAARLEM LEGEND OF THE INVENTION OF 

PRINTING by Lourens Janszoon Coster, critically examined by Dr 
A. Van der Linde. Translated from the Dutch by J. H. HESSELS, 
with an Introduction, and a classified List of the Costerian Incunabula. 
London (Blades), 1871 ; xxviii — 170 pages, 8vo., 7«. 6d. 

LEX SALICA: the ten texts with the glosses, and the Lex 
Emendata. Synoptically edited by J. H. HESSELS. With Notes on 
the Frankish words in the Lex Salica, by Prof. H. Kern, of Leiden. 
London (John Murray), 1880 ; xxviii — 224 pages, 4to., 42«. 

GUTENBERG : Was he the inventor of printing ? An Historical 
Investigation by J. H. HESSELS. London (Bern. Quaritch), 1882; 
xxviii — 204 pages, 8vo., 21«. 

ECCLESIAE LONDINO-BATAVAE ARCHIVVM. Tomus 

primus: Ahrahami Ortelii et Virorum eruditorum ad eundem et ad 
Jacobum Colium Ortelianum JSpistulae, — Tomus secundus: Epistulae 
et TractaZus cum Reformationis turn Ecclesiae Londino-Batavae historvam 
illustr antes. Cantabrigiae, 1887, 1889. 4to. Ex Autographis edidit 
Joannes Henricus HESSELS. 

HAARLEM: the Birthplace of Printing, not Mentz; by J. H. 
HESSELS. London (Elliot Stock & Co.), 1887 ; xiv— 86 pages, 8vo., 5*. 

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