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Not very long ago the reprinting of an old English Dic- 
tionary would have been considered absurd, but now the great 
value of these works has become more ftdly recognized. They 
are the rocks in which the old words of our language are found 
fossilized, and until these books are brought completely within 
our reach, the publication of the Dictionary of Early English, 
which we all so much desire to see, must be postponed. A 
Dictionary arranged according to endings is especially likely 
to contain a number of words which are otherwise unregistered, 
for the rhyme must have naturally brought to the recollection 
of the compiler many words of frequent use in conversation, 
which had not found their way into books. 

My attention was drawn to this very curious and interesting 
English Dictionary by the note upon it in Mr. "Way's preface 
to his invaluable edition of the Promptorium Parvidorum. Mr. 
"Way refers to the copy in the Bodleian Library, but there is 
also one in the Library of the British Museum, and before 
going to press I was so fortunate as to meet with an imperfect 
copy, from which, when completed in MS. from the British 
Museum one, the present edition has been printed. Beside these 
three I have not heard of another copy. The original is a 
small quarto of nineteen sheets, printed in double columns. 

It is, I think, impossible to read our author's preface and 
dedication without wishing to know more concerning him ; but 
unfortunately nothing is known of his life, neither when he 

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was bom, nor where he died ; and I am sorry that I can add 
nothing to the meagre account of him given by "Wood, in the 
AthencB Oxonienaes, which is as follows : — 

** Peter Levens, or Levins, was bom at, or near, Eske, in Yorkahire, 
became a student in the University, an. issh "^^^ elected probationer- 
fellow of Mag. Coll. into a York^iire place i8 Jan., i557i being then 
Bach, of Arts, and on the 19 Jan., 1559, was admitted trae and per- 
petual fellow. In 1560 he left his fellowship, and one Thomas Dunne, 
M.A., succeeded him; but whether our author Levens proceeded in 
arts, or took a degree in physic, or was licensed to practise that 
faculty, it appears not iu our registers. Afterwards he taught a 
grammar school and practised physio, which is all I know of him, only 
that he wrote and published these things following, [then follow the 
titles of the Mampuhu and the Paihway to EeaUhj:^ 

The reasons that Levins gives for compiling his Dictionary 
are straightforward ; he will not take advantage of the plea 
firequently put forward, that he published only at the request 
of friends ; but simply states that he found such a work wanted, 
and tried his best to supply the want. A low-priced Dic- 
tionary was required, so that "the poorer sorte may be able to 
bie if' (p. 2), for Maister Howlet's Dictionary was " great and 
costly" (p. 7). Moreover, parents would wish that each of 
their children should have a separate book to learn from, for 
one book in common among many is "as if ye had but one 
toole to worke with in the mynt, which, whilst one workeman 
did occupie, al the other should be idle, and so the work go 
little forward '^ (p. 7). This book, like all works of the kind 
appears to have given the author greater labour than he ex- 
pected, in collecting the materials. " For the gathering of oure 
Englishe wordes, and deviding of the same into this alphabet 
order of the last sillabls being a trade not of any man afore 
attempted, or by the other Dictionaries, anything to reckon up 
helped and furthered, must needs be a long travaile" (p. 6). 

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I Of the arrangement by rhymes our author says : " It is neces- 

sarie for makers of meeter, so that it seemeth not only to redy 
him that maketh, but also to give him the way to leame the 
f arte of the same*' (p. 3). The critics appear to have been much 

f the same in the old times as now^ and we find that Levins 

feared that as "the world is now fine and disdainefull,'' he 
should be open to two kinds of censure, that is, if he did his 
work ill, he would be counted "rude and ignorant ;" if well, 
he would be thought to be a fool for his waste of labour on 
such " a trifling thing.*' 

The other work of our author appears to have been very 
popular in its day. It was first published in the year 13^7, 
and was reprinted in 1596, 1608, 1632, 1644, 1654, and 1664, 
and its title is "A Bight Profitable Booke for all Disease, called 
the Pathway to Health." The preface is written in the same 
style as that to the Manipulus. The author defends himself 
from the Uame attached to writing in the vulgar tongue, and 
at the same time sets up a plea for English. He charges those 
who think books should be written in hard or unknown lan- 
guages, and thus hide the knowledge of health from the people, 
as guilty of malice " exceeding damnable and devillish.'* 

It would be a mistake to confrise such men as Levins, Huloet, 
Baret, and Cotgrave, with the "harmless drudges,*' who, in 
later times, followed the trade of Dictionary making. Nothing 
is more remarkable in the older dictionaries than the originality 
displayed in them. Their authors wrote out of the fulness of 
their knowledge, and the consequence is that their works teem 
with instances of their geniality and good sense. Unfortu- 
nately we know nothing of these men ; their works remain as 
their only monuments, but every year as they become more 
known, more honour is given to the compilers for their labours. 
It is a satisfaction to assist in giving the authors of these useful 
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these books were published, many of them appear to have been 
forgotten. Poole and Bysshe had evidently never heard of 
Levins, and old Thomas Fuller, in his Worthies of England^ 
makes the following odd remarks on Huloet's Abcedarium : — 

** Richard Huloet was bom at Visbeach, in this comity [Cambridge- 
sbire], and brought up in good learning. He wrote a book called 
' The English and Latin A.B.C.,' and dedicated the same to Thomas 
(Goodrich, Bishop of Ely, and Chancellor of England. Some will 
condemn him of indiscretion, in presenting so low a subject to so high 
a person, as if he would teach the greatest statesman in the land to 
spell aright. Others will excuse him, his book being though of low, 
of general use for the common people, who then began to betake them- 
selves to reading (long neglected in the land), so that many who had 
one foot in their grave had their hand on their primer. But I believe 
that his book (whereof I could never recover a sight), though entitled 
an A.B.C., related not to literal reading, but rather to some elemental 
grounds of religion. He flourished Anno Domini i55»-"* 

The Manipulm has a double interest, as at once an early col- 
lection of English words, and the first Rhyming Dictionary. 
It cannot but surprise \is to find that so early as 1570 there 
was a demand for such an assistance to the poetasters of the 
time. Although this work is small, and the author depre- 
cates any intention of rivalry with Master Howlet's book, it 
contains a large number of words, and bears a very good pro- 
portion to the other old Dictionaries. The following is a rough 
calcidation of the number of words in the various English 
Dictionaries compiled previous to the 17th century : — 

Ab. 1440. Promptorium Parvidorum . 

1483. Catholicon in lingua Matema 

1530. Palsgrave, Lesclarcissement 

1552. Huloet, Abcedarium . . 

1568. Withals, Shorte Dictionarie. 

1570. Levins, Manipulus . . 

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Baret's Alvearie (1580) contains only about 7,000 distinct 
words, but the peculiar feature of the Dictionary consists in 
the large number of phrases subjoined to each word, so that 
with them the number of articles rises to about 34,000. There 
are Indexes of Latin and French words, the number of the 
former is about 20,000, and of the latter about 9,000. 

The Manipulm is arranged according to the order of the 
vowels and diphthongs, but in many instances the order has 
been broken into. The following are some of the misplace- 
ments : — ^At the end of the words under the heading ede (col. 52) 
are breadth and bedle ; under em (59) are hempe, kembe, t&mpk, 
tremble, etc. ; in the middle of the words under ent, building has 
crept in (67. 25) ; under erve (83) some words ending in er are 
inserted, and also unsure; under tie (108) iaflye; under ip (141) 
is JEgipt; under out (167) is a mouth; imder orl (171) is teorld; 
under oste (175) is apostle ; imder ungue (189) is bungle; under 
eague (206) is beagle; imder stveame (208) is neamble; under 
east {212) is leashe. The words ed (48) and er (70) are mixed 
up in a very unsystematic manner. Besides these and other 
incongruities, several words are repeated under slightly different 
headings: thus many words imder il (123-29) are repeated 
imder able, ottle, etc. At col. 115 are four words under ict, and 
at col. 122 are four words imder uikt. 

This want of care in the arrangement of the words throws a 
doubt over the pronunciation and accentuation of some of them. 
The majority are accented in accordance with modem usage, 
but the following are some of those in which they differ. 

(3. 19) delectable; (3. 21) Excusable; (4. 23) inexcusable; 
(13. 47) cdthedrall ; (15. 22) spirituall ; (15. 40) supematdrall ; 
(21. 46) dbservance; (22. 2) perseverance ; (29. 10) dSdnare; 
(40. 47) perturbate ; (^7. 38) to quar^l ; (66. 36) a parent ; 
(68. 7) pr4ferment; (70 26) a precipt ; (80. 27) a sojdrner ; 
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strawbh^ and strdubery; (116. 11) to/irbid; (125. 7) a hettyl; 
(*63' 3^) ct fl(^^ ; (172. 36) siubbdme. We have other au- 
thority for the aocentoation of some of these words, but others 
would appear to be doubtfiil, and possibly may be misprints. 

The substantive contrdct (6. 18) has the same accent as the 
verb contrdct (6. 22). It is generally supposed that the dis- 
tinction now made between the substantive and verb in these 
and other words is of late adoption, but we find in this Dic- 
tionary a rScorde (171. 18) and to recdrde (171. 21), but the 
accent on the substantive may be misplaced. 

It is difficult to form any idea of the pronunciation of the 
time from the arrangement of the words, because the spelling 
was probably more attended to than the rhyme. Although, 
however, no theory can be formed from the arrangement, it 
will be found useful as a corroboration of other works. The 
following are curious illustrations of contemporary pronuncia- 
tion, if any reliance may be placed on thdr juxtaposition, as 
illustrating sameness of sound (5. 45-6), to ache rhymes with to 
wache (vigilare) ; (11. 2) plague with wage ; (161. 34) epitome 
vniSa.fathome; (182. 31) eunuche with mche; (222. 1) to lose 
with close. Ache, we know, was pronounced soft, but the others 
are singular. (217) The words bough, chough, cough, plough, 
slough, trough, through, roughe, tough, are arranged together, 
and it is not improbable that most of them were pronounced 
like ow. (209) Fryar, bryar, whyer, and deare, are brought 
together, and the first three were evidently pronounced as mono- 
syllables, like dear.^ Words spelt with the diphthong ou are 

^ Mr. FurniTall has kindly supplied me with a few quotations in illustration of the 
pronunciation of some of these words : — 

*< He siketh, with ful many a sory swough, 
And goth, and geteth him a knedyng trough." 

— Chaucer^ The MiiUres Tale. 
Chaucer evidently pronounced enough as enow^ for he rhymes it with bow and new-- 

" Adam lokede tho under woode howgh, 
And whan he seyh mete he was glad ynough." 

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brought together: (216) bloude, cloude^ floud, (218) oule^ soule, 
(220) bound, wound, (222) floure, poure, (230) southe, mouthe, 
smouthe. These were probably all pronounced alike, as we 
know pour was sounded like flour is now, and wound like 
bound. 

Wh is generally used for qUy as (12) to whake for quake, 
(120) whick for quick, (209) whyer for quire. This is opposed 
to the Scottish practice of using qu for wh. 

** And spending silver had he right y-noagh, 
Therof no force ; I wol prooede as now.*' 

— TA^ Chanouna Yemannes Talt, 
Skelton pronounced rough as row — 

<< Thow a Sarsens hed ye bere, 
Row and full of lowsy here." 
^Poems against Gameschiy L 124 (Works, vol. i. p. 123). 

In the next quotation it may dther \i&owoxuff: 

<* The weather was cold and eyen ronghe 
The King and the Erie sate and loi^^he." 

•^John de Reeve, st. 12 (Percy MS. toI. ii.)- 

In the following paaeage it is not clear what was Skelton's pronunciation of chough — 

" The churlysshe chowgh 
The route and the kowgh." [a birdj 

-^Phyllyp Sparoioe, 1. 448 (Works, Yol. i. p. 64). 

The following quotation shows that tough toidi slough were pronounced ow ; plough 
firequently rhymes with inough in this poem : — 

'^ I stode and behelde the bestis well drawe 
To ere the londe that was so tough ; 
Than to an husbond I sed this sawe, 

* I pray to God, spede well the plough.' 

By downe and by dale and many a slough ; 
Therfore it is nedefull for to saye, 

* I praye to God, spede wele the plough.*" 

—God impede the Plough (Lansd. MS. 762, fol. 5. Skeafs P. PL's Crede). 

The following two passages from Bishop Percys Folio MS* show the pronunciation 
of bryar KR^fryar— 

" They cutt them downe the summer shroggs 
Which grew both under a bryar, 
& sett them 3 score rood in twinn 
to shoote the prickes full neare." 

—Guy o/Gisbome, 1. ill, yd. ii. p. 232. 

" Thou cursed boy ! cryed out the fryar, 
heere I doe summon thee to appeare." 

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Such is the book of Peter LevinSy a man who, three cen- 
turies ago, tried to popularize learning, and to supply the world 
with cheap books; the following passage from his Dedication 
(p. 7) might serve as a motto for us : '* Like as if no man 
should worke in the mint, but such as brought with them 
golden hammers, ye should have little worke done, whilst poore 
men that for neede would labour, could not have suche tooles to 
worke withal, and the rich which peradventure could have 
them, yet for their accustomed ease and idle occupations, would 
take little paines therwith." The "Camden," the "Early 
English Text,'' and similar Societies, have been established to 
procure iron hammers for workmen, as opposed to the expensive 
Societies which print for the few, and care only for golden 
ones. 

Having noted some peculiarities of this, the earliest of the 
Bhyming Dictionaries, it will not be uninteresting to give a 
short account of those which have succeeded it. 

Eighty years elapsed before any one attempted an arrange- 
ment of words on the same system as that of Levins. Li 
1651 Thomas Willis published the following work : — 

Yestibolum Linguae Latiuse. A Dictionarie for children, 
consisting of two parts : — i. English words of one syllable 
alphabetically with the Latine Words annexed. 2. Words 
of more Syllables derived from the Latine words adjoined. 
Containing near ten thousand words, besides thrice that 
number derived from, or known by them. Such who have 
lost what they learned at school may hereby find much help. 
Also those not broaght up to the knowledge of the Latine 
tongue may here find interpreted words often used in English 
books and sermons. The further use and method of this 
work is set forth in the preface. By Th. Willis, of Thistle- 
worth, in Middlesex. Being the fruit of above forty years 
experience in teaching school. London, 1651. ia<*. 

The first part consists of about four thousand monosyllabic 
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second part are arranged in three columnSi the first consists of 
an alphabet of Saxon words, the second their synonymes from 
the Latin, and the third the Latin words themselves. There is 
a third part, containing the words derived from the Latin, with 
their Saxon synonymes. 

The first part is very valuable as a guide to the pronmicia- 
tion, because the words are arranged according to their sound, 
and not according to their spelling. The author thus explains 
his system in the preface : — 

** We find also other words written alike with the same characters, 
and yet differing in their sound and pronunciation. Such are these 
following : — A. bow, arms ; a crow, earvus ; a blow, eolaphus^ &c., all 
pronounced as no, minime; whereas these words : to bow, fleetere; a 
cow, vaeca ; how, qttommodo, &c., are pronounced like thou, tu. Many 
of these sorts will be found in this first alphabet, which to be skilled in 
will prove a great ornament in a youth, when by dayly exercise in 
this first part, and by queries one of another, how this or tiiat word is 
spel'd, they shall grow expert in this kinde. Hence observe that in 
our rimes we have of purpose generally referred the single words 
rather to the alphabet of the rime than to the writing, as in our Dic- 
tionaries." 

Under are these words : — ^To owe, a bowe, a blowe, a doe, a 
foe, loe, to lowe, etc, Fnder ow the following: a bough, a 
brough, a cow, to mow atruere, now, a plow, etc. A dov, 
columba; a glov, chiroiheca; to shov, trudere, are distinguished 
from a drove, a grove, to rove. 

The value of this Dictionary will be seen from the following 
words, which are arranged according to the sound, and not 
according to the spelling : — 

To bait, eight, a plait, to sleight negligere, to wait. 

A combe, to combe, a wombe, foame, home. 

Sole, soul, scrowle, toll. 

To quaffe, a staffe, to laugh. 

To conne, to donne, John. 

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Six years after the publication of Willis's work appeared 
another Dictionary by Joshua Podie : — 

** The English Famassns : or a Helpe to English Poesie : 
containing a short Institation of that art ; a Gollection of all 
Rhyming Monosyllables ; the choioest Epithets and Phrases, 
with some general forms upon all occasions, subjects, and 
theams, alphabetically digested. By Josoa Poole, M.A., 
Clare Hall, Camb. London, 1657. 8<>." 

At the beginning of this work are about 3,500 words arranged 

in an alphabet of yowels. 

In 1702 appeared the first edition of Bysshe's popular work : 

" The Art of English Poetry. By Edw. Bysshe, Gent. London, 

1702. 8^'' of which the second part is entitled '' A Dictionary 

of Rhymes.'' This contains between four and five thousand 

words, and would have been much larger had the author not 

purposely omitted many sets or classes of words, such as low, 

vulgar, and obsolete words ; words ending in ble, cle, die, etc., 

(um, ism, oem, besides others, the reasons for whose omission he 

has explained in his preface. In 1714 Bysshe published another 

work, entitled: — 

''Thd British Parnassus, or a Compleat Common Place 
Book of English Poetry. ... By Edw. Bysshe, Gent. 
London, 1714. a vols, la^" 

These were reprinted as the third and fourth volumes of ** The 

Art of English Poetry," which had been republished in two 

duodecimo volumes. At the beginning of the first volume 

is an entirely new Bhyming Dictionary : — 

** A Dictionary of Bhymes, collected from the works of the 
late Mr. Dryden and other the best poets." 

This is larger than the former collection, and is arranged in 
a totally different manner. It contains between eight and nine 
thousand words. The author thus speaks of it in his preface : 

** In regard to the Dictionary of Bhymes, it is not only much more 
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those we have hitherto seen contain only some words that rhyme 
perfectly to one another, and consequently teach ns in effect only what 
rhyme in general and in strictness is; and no poem, tho' but of a 
moderate length, was ever yet composed of such perfect Bhymes, nor 
will the genius of our language admit of it : but this shews in par- 
ticular the rhymes that are allowable in the English poetry, giving 
more especially those that are used by the late Hr. Dryden, and 
our other best poets; who, without pretending to the gift of pro- 
phecy, we may venture to say will ever be the standard of English 
Rhyme." 

In 1775, Walker, the celebrated orthoepist, published his 
Bhyming Dictionary, which was formed on an entirely new 
system. The book is entitled — 

''A Dictionary of the English Language, answering at 
once the purposes of Bhyming, Spelling, and Pronouncing, 
on a plan not hitherto attempted .... and for the purposes 
of Poetry is added an Index of allowable Bhymes with 
authorities for their usage from our best authors. By J. 
Walker. London, 1775-" 

The words are arranged, not as in the works of the authors 
previously mentioned, in an alphabet of endings, but in the 
complete alphabetical order of our ordinary dictionaries reversed. 
Thus the words are arranged in an alphabetical sequence 
of their last letters, then that of the last but one, and so on 
backwards to their first letter, and by this means all the words 
in the language of similar endings are collected together, 
whether they rhyme or not, and the words that have no rhymes 
can thus be discovered, as well as those that have. This work 
contains upwards of thirty-four thousand words, and from its 
frdlness has completely superseded all other collections of the 
kind. It has been frequently reprinted, and the last edition is 
one edited by Dr. Longmuir, and printed in 1866. Subjoined 
to the Dictionary is " An Index to all the perfect rhymes of a 
different orthography, and allowable rhymes of a different 
sound, throughout the language ; with authorities for the usage 
of them from our best Poets," on the plan of Bysshe, and 



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others. This Index contains about seven thousand words. In 
the preface Walker says, *' An Index to allowable rhymes is an 
attempt perfectly new," but we have seen from Bysshe's second 
Dictionary that this claim is not in accordance with fact. 
In 1776 was published, 

*' The Beauties of Poetry : or a Portable Repository of 
English verse on an entire new plan; in three books. By 
William Le Tans'ur. Cambridge, 1776." 
which contains between five and six thousand words, arranged 
in an alphabet of final syllables. Instead of being on a new 
plan it is copied from Bysshe, but has explanations added to 
the words as in Walker. 

The voluminous Dr. Trusler attempted a work of the kind, 
which he entitled, 

'* Poetic Endings : or a Dictionary of Rhymes, single and 
double ; more copious than any collection yet published : 
comprising nearly all the words in the English Language, 
and regulated by the best modem pronunciation. By the 
Rev. Dr. John Trusler. London, 1783. 8«." 

This book is arranged by final syllables, but on a slightly 
different system to that adopted in the other works previously 
mentioned. It is di£S[cult not to admire the audacity of a man, 
who, though following Walker, can still speak of his little book 
as the most copious collection extant. It contains about 1 2,000 
words, which are certainly not "nearly all the words in the 
English language.^* 

I cannot find any notice of a Rhyming Dictionary after 
Trusler till the year 1852, when was published : — 

" Rhyming Dictionary for the use of Yoong Poets, with an 
Essay on English Yersification, and explanatory observa- 
tions on the selection and use of Rhymes. Edinburgh 
(J. Hogg). [185a]. Second Edition. Edinburgh [1856]. 
This work contains about 9,000 words arranged according to the 
final syllables. No explanations are given, but a few illustra- 
trative quotations are added. 



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XUl 



The following is a chronological table of the foregoing 
Dictionaries : — 



1570. P. Levins, 

1651. T. Willis, 

1657. J. Poole, 

1702. E. Bysshe, 

'^775* J« Walker, 



Manipulns Vocabulorum . 9,000 words. 

Yestibuliun LingosB LatinsD 4,000 

The English Parnassus . 3,^00 

Art of English Poetry . 5,000 

The British Parnassus. . 9,000 

Bhyming Dictionary . . 34,000 

„ „ Index . . . 7,000 

1776. W.LeTans'ur, The Beauties of Poetry . 6,000 

1783. J. Trusler, Poetic Endings . . . . 12,000 

1852. Anon. Bhyming Dictionary . . 9,000 

In the year 1805 W. P. Russel, who gloried in the title 
of "The Verbotomist,*' published the following curious 
work : — 

" Verbotomy : or the Anatomy of Words ; shewing their 
component parts ; being an elegant specimen of what may be 
accomplished in the airangement of Language, whereby more 
scientific knowledge of its principles may be obtained in a 
short time, than from any work hitherto printed ; such, at 
least, is the opinion of W. P. Russel, Yerbotomist or Word- 
Dissector. London, 1805. 8®." 

It is divided into two parts, viz., the Adjectiviad and the 
Substantiviad. The arrangement followed by the author is 
thoroughly original, and requires to be seen, as it cannot well 
be understood by description. Mr. Russel appears to have 
been very proud of the perfection of brevity to which he 
had arrived in this book, and says : 

"I challenge the TTniverse (or the literati of each quarter of the 
globe) to produce any page, exhibiting brevity and perspicuity equal 
to the two columns in page 51. They cannot do it, at least no such 
book has ever been before me. I should be glad to see the work that 
equals Verbotomy in this respect." 



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XIV PREFACE. 

Ab the words are arranged aooording to their final syllable, the 
work partakes of the character of a Bhyming Dictionary ; and 
this the author points out at page 32 : — 

''And to speak of it as the title expresses by the word Bhythmical, 
it is in fact a Rhyming Bieiumary^ wiUi which ayowal I here close the 
notes." 

It is necessary, in concluding this {preface, to make a few 
remarks on the present edition of Levins's Manipulus, which I 
have endeavoured to make a faithful copy of the original. The 
arrangement might have been improved in several places, but 
had alterations been made, the result would have been a dif- 
ferent work jfrom that published by its author. I have added a 
list of some of the Latin words that appear to be incorrect, and 
also a complete Alphabetical Index to the English words, which 
renders the re-arrangement of the original unnecessary. I have 
also subjoined explanatory quotations from other Dictionaries, 
etc., to those words that seemed to require them, leaving the com- 
mon words without explanation. Where two or more English 
words were alike, and required to be distinguished, the Latin 
words have been frequently added; also when there was a 
difficulty in the exact meaning of a word, it has been thought 
best to give the Latin equivalent. A middle column of niun- 
bers has been added to the Dictionary, by means of which a 
refer^ace to the exact position in the page of each word (an 
object of great importance in the saving of time and trouble in 
such matters) has been able to be made in the Index. 

In this Index I have noticed only the meaning used in the 
Dictionary, and have paid no attention to any other meaning 
that the word might possess. Thus tmnhope is explained by 
falsa spes, and two quotations are given in the Index with that 
meaning, but no note is taken of the more common use of. the 
word as " despair." Again, " by flock meale" is explained by 
minutiniy and for want of a better word I have added in the 
Index "piecemeal" as its synonym. The A,S. floccmcelnm 



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means " by flocks," the idea intended being, of course, that of 
a division. It infers a series of flocks or companies, and not 
one flock or mass. Tyrwhitt and Wright explain the word as 
meaning '' in a flock," and so it appears to be used by Chaucer 
in the following passage : — 

** Wei neigh al othir cores let he slyde, 
And eek he nolde (that was the worst otaHe) 
Wedde no wyf for no thing that mights bifalb. 
Only that poynt his poeple bar so sore. 
That flokmel on a day to him thay went^, 
And oon of hem, that wisest was of lore, 
(Or elles that the lord wolde best assent? 
That he schuld telle him what his poeple ment^ 
Or ellis coathe he schewe wel such matiere) 
He to the marquys sayd as ye schuln hiere." 
—The CUrhes Tale, U. 26.35 (Chaucer's Poet. Works, ed. Morris, 1866, 
voL ii pp. 280.1). 

Morris glosses the word as '' by companies," in accordance with 
the meaning of the original Saxon. 

My best thanks are due to E. R. Horton, Esq., Vice-Master 
of University School, Londcm, who most kindly read through 
the proofs of the Dictionary, and assisted me with many valuable 
corrections. 

When the Conmiittee of the Early English Text Society 
resolved to print this work, Mr. H. T. Parker kindly placed a 
MS. copy, which he had had made, at their disposal. 

London, August^ 1867. 



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ERRATA. 

Page 13, line 38, for bedstall, reai hedstall. 

y, 43, „ 41, „ a caule of the bed, „ bed. 

„ 48, „ 30, „ stedde, „ sledde. 

„ 52, „ 11, „ animandTersio, „ animadversio. 

,, 69-70, „ 25 in the middle colnmn, „ 35. 

„ 120, „ 1-2, the words upright and unright should be transposed, 
(1) unright, injustuB, (2) upright, aguus. 



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MANIPVLVS VOCABVLORVM. 

A Diftionarie of English 

and Latine wordes, fet forthe in 
mtf^t ortiet, a^ none f^txttofott f)att) ten, 

t^t Englijh going fiefOtre tfte Latine, 

uttt^Mxt not onels for Se^olero 

tHat tQ&t toatrietie of tQorHo^ 

tmt al0o for wit^ m to0e 

to torit^ in <Sn0U0l^ 



Gathered and fet forth by P. Leuins, 

ANNO 1570. 



;^r tjfte tetter bntierstanSfng of tte otlier of ttte present 

S^ctfonarfe, teaH ouet tbe preface to tj^e liUalieri 

anti tSe Spistle BeHtcatotte) anti ttou sbalt 

filntie ft easfe anti plafnc^ anti further 

thereof ttou stalt gatj^er 

great pro6te« 



Imprinted at London by Henrie 

Bynntmarr, for John Waley. 



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THE PREFACE 

to the Reader. 



SO many Dictionaries of Latin and English (gentle Reader) haue now 
beene of late by diners sundrye writers set forth, that except some 
kind of Noueltie should bring delite to the peruser, and some present 
profite also giue hope and courage to the same, it should be but a yaine 
thing, and counted but as lost laboure, in so common a kind, and in so 
familiar a matter, to reasume again, & to begin a new, y® thmg so 
often preuented. Wherefore I thought it good & expedient, at the 
beginning briefly to let thee know and vnderstand what and how many 
commodities, besides other dictionaries, seeme to be contained in the 
compendious compasse of this little booke, that thy hope may be cer- 
taine. Considering therefore, that whereas he that writeth, meaneth 
euer to pleasure some body, or to profit many : and yet so that he may 
satisfy the best, and helpe them that haue most neede, and seeing that 
the same thing then also commeth commonly to passe, when in the 
least charges and paines, most profit & pleasure redoundeth to the 
perusers, therefore two things be here to be considered : first that the 
quantitie is small, so that the price being little, the poorer sorte may 
be able to hie it : the other, that in the qualitie & fourme of the little 
quantitie, as it is deuised, be moe commodities, (than in the common 
sort be founde) to be receiued : as for the quantitie, thou s6est what it 
is, certainely (as I call it) Manipulum^ so it is but an handfull : but as 
for the qualitie wherein the yertue is conteined, mo peraduenture than 
thou wouldest easly thinke to be in so little a booke that is hid from 
thee : what (sayest thou) & how many ? surely these. First y* for 
the pleasantnesse of the metre, delectable & pleasant to rcade (as it 
is in other tongs) both the wits be delited and comforted, and the 



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THE PBEFACE. 6 

memorie also is nouiyslied and con^imed, so that a learned Mend, 
being consulted concerning the edition hereof, said that it would not 
onely helpo them that were willing to leame, but also which is most 
necessarie in the negligent & vnwilling youth, it would excitato & stir 
them vp, so that they would be willing to reade and to leame of them 
selues. Secondly wheras it foloweth the alphabet of the order of the 
last sillible (for ther is an alphabet well nigh as easie to be followed 
of the last Billable as of the first) it commeth to passe, that when al 
the simple and Tucompounded words be recited, and so many also of 
the compounds and Deriuatiues as we thinke necessary and conuenient, 
all the other, whether they be of Substantiues and Adiectiues out of 
Uerbes, or they be of Substantiues & Aduerbes out of Adiectiues, or 
they be of Adiectiues out of Substantiues, or fynally of Substantiues 
out of Substantiues, & of Adiectiues out of Adiectiues, and so forth of 
the rest, all the same I say by the rule of the Termination, in whiche 
the Art of Deriuing and Compounding for the most parte doth consist, 
wherein also the chiefe pointes of our Grammer, where Tuto the ampli- 
fication & variation of our tong doth also properly belong, be here in 
many diuerse precepts, as their places require, set forth & considered. 
Thirdly, it is necessarie for makers of m6eter, so that it seemeth not 
only to redy him that maketh, but also to giue him the way to learne 
the arte of the same. Fourthly, wheras the chiefe grace and facilitie 
of our Englishe tong, doth chcefly consist in long sillable and short, 
and in the true pronouncing & writing of the same, and namely in the 
end of words, whervnto we haue most respect in this little worke, 
hereof it commeth to passe, that as wel children and ruder schoolers, 
as also the Barbarous countries and ruder writers, may not a little (if 
they wil enioy the oflPered occasion) well and easely correct and amend, 
both their pen and speache. Fynally, wheras in the PoUisillables, by 
diuersitie of pronunciation, and voyce of great accent, oftentimes one 
worde maye haue diners significations, as, differ, differre, id est, pro- 
hngare : and differ, differre, id est, discrepare, and such other, we haue 
commonly set the accent, which is onely acute, in that place, and ouer 
that vowell, where the sillable must go vp & be long. And so in con- 
clusion, whatsoeuer belongeth to the thr^e ch^cfo poynts of Grammer, 
or Orthographie, Etimologie, & Frosodie, there is little here omitted, 



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4 THE PBEF^CS* 

that in suclie a worke can be reqnired : wherfoie if thott be minded to 
peruse this little booke, in consideration of these commodities that we 
haue described : then for thy better instruction in the order and vse of 
the same, peruse first these articles and notes following, and so proceed 
to thy pleasure and profit. Amen. 

Notes for the vfe of the booke. 

First note that this Booke is deuided into ix. partes, according to 
the ix. vowels, which come before the consonant in the last sillable; 
of the which vowels, these fyue be simple, a, «, t, o, and u, & these 
four, o^, tfa, 0^ & OM, be Dipthonges: Kote also that the Dipthongs 
be alwayes long, and that the other be alwayes short, except that after 
a single Cosonant, this letter, «, be the last letter of a word, for then 
the letter {9) is not the vowel of the sillable, but it is only added at 
the end, to make the sillable afore it to be long : as in these ah$y ebe^ 
the, ohe, uhe^ {e) is only put to make the other vowels long with {Jb) 
which else should be short if {e) were away, as these aJ, eb^ t3, ob^ 1^, 
&c. whiche also be short, if it be a double consonant though {$) do 
follow, as, Me^ ebbe^ ibbe, obbe, ubbe, and ab, eb, ih, ob and mJ, be all 
one. Note thirdly, that first we set the short Billables and then the 
loi^gy y^^ ^^ this difference in both places, that first all the mona- 
sillables be by thefwselues : yea & in either of these first aU Substan- 
tiues by them selues, afterwarde all Yerbes by them selues, and finally 
all the adiectiues and other od parts of speach, echo kind by them 
selues. Fourthly note, that whereas some Terminations haue two or 
mo consonantes in the sillable after the vowell, thou must follow the 
vowell, and the first consonant after it, as in these, an^ anee, anche, 
ande, ange^ angue^ &c. foUowe the alpabet of A^ Ante N and thou shalt 
not misse him in his place. Fiftly note, that when as some words here 
contained be either barbarous, straunge, or fallen out of vse, we haue 
not much put them in as imitable, but rather that the rude may reforme 
their tong, and that the Eeaders of suche bookes, may here leame what 
the wordes meane, and for that end we haue interpreted such words, 
as UrliSy church, myrlie^ darke, hen^ know, and such other. Sixtly, if 

1 All theBe syllables are spelt with "m" instead of *<f}" in the original. 



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any word be in diuers clause, the same is witingly doone, in respect of 
diuerse kindes of writing, both which are in yse, and likewise when 
one word hath diuers significations we haue by adding some word to 
both in English and Latin, Distincted and expounded the same, as the 
Gout in the hands Chtragraf the Gout in the (eete Podagra, a Pike for 
the eares, t^eth, &c. sealprum, a Pike pricke, stmultcs^ a Pike fyshe, 
Lupus fluuidUs, 

Finally wheras the dedenson, gender, or coniugation is sometimes 
hard to know, we haue in the Nownes expressed the genetiue case, 
encreasing long with this circumflex {6) signifiing to be dedined with 
h<Bef except an other article be expressed : and the genetiue case en- 
creasing short with this accent called graue (d) signifying to be declined 
with hie, except an other article be expressed : all other that haue 
neyther of these do not encrease, and be dedined with hoe : 
except they end in, ^ or t^, (for then they be hie) or 
in urn, and, *, (for then they be hoe) or haue 
some other artide expressed. 
And to know the coniugations : we haue set oner {e) the infi- 
nitiue moode of the seconde coniugations, this circum- 
flex {S) as doeSre, merSre, and ouer {e) the inflni- 
tiue moode of the thirde, this accent graue {4) 
as Off ire, fynally if any Verbe end not in 
art, iri, nor M, but only in (t ) aafrui, it 
is the inflnitiue moode of the third 
coniugation of some 
Verbe in (or). 



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To the right worshipful M. Stanley 

Treoiurer of the Queene her Maiesties Mynt P.L. 
tvisJteth heUhj and aU true felieitie. 



IT is the manner of some writers (right worshipfull) when they will 
set foorth some p^ce of worke, that they haue compyled or made, 
to excuse the rashenesse of the edition thereof, as b^eing by their 
friends counsell, or for some other cause, now moued to commend & 
commit that to the vse or iudgement of many, which at first they 
thought should be but a priuat exercise to them selues, or some priuie 
pleasure to a few. This thing whether they all do in simplicitie of 
hart & sinceritie, or some of them for some other cause, I cannot iudge, 
but I do excuse my selfe that I do not follow the lowe steps of such 
humilitie, because the truth is in d^ed, that at the beginning, when I 
first began to collect this booke, which I haue now at last after a long 
time, and with much more laboure and paines, than ye can possibly 
thinke, oowtriued and brought to some perfection (for the gathering of 
oure Englishe wordes, and deuiding of the same into this alphabet order 
of the last siUabls, being a trade not of any man afore attempted, or by 
the other Dictionaries any thing to reckon vp helped & furthered, must 
w^eds be a long trauaile) I thought and did alway entend, with so 
much sp^ed as I could, to publishe and set abroade the same, as well 
for the commodities in the preface to the reader contained, as also for 
conscience sake, thinking that wher I haue bene long conuersant in the 
schooles, and haue from tyme to tyme lamented to s^e the youth of our 
Cuntry (in the studie of the Latin tong) lacke such little instruments, 
as this fit and needfal for their exercises, and sawe no man set his hand 
to the same, I was bound for the portion of my small talent to do 
somewhat therin, though I knowe that I shoulde for my laboure, 
leopard one of these two displeasures : either if I did it not well, (for 



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THE EPISTLE. 7 

the world is now fine and disdainefull) to be counted rude and igno- 
rante, or else I did neuer so well (being harde to escape euill tongs) to 
be esteemed a foole, as one that for snche a trifling thing as this, with 
lesse profyt and more paines, would forsake a better and more worthie 
study, with lesse trauaUe and more gaynes. Yea and some will say 
more ouer, that it is a superfluous and Tunecessarie labour, to set forth 
this Dictionarie, for so muche as Haister Howlet, hath sette forthe so 
worthie a worke of the same kinde already. But I answere, that 
though it be a worthy worke in d6ede, as it is most worthie, and be 
also of the same kind in generall, & yet it is neyther of the same kind 
in speciall, nor to the same purpose deuised in many things, for his is 
great & costly, this is little & of light price, his is for greter stud^ts, 
& them y^ are richable to haue it, this is for beginners, & them that 
are pooreable to haue no better, his is fed of phrases & sentences fit for 
them yt vse oration & oratorio, this is onely stuffed full of words, & 
the vse thereof fit for them that are not yet come to better exercises, 
who if they should haue no Dictionarie at all to help them forward, til 
such time as they were able to haue one to vse, the other, & ther be no 
more to be had but halfe ones that be to no good purpose, what time 
should be lost ? what years shoud be ^nt ? surely not a little : like 
as if no man should worke in the Mint, but such as brought with them 
golden hammers, ye should haue little worke done, whilst poore men, 
that for neede would labour, could not haue such tooles to worke 
withal, & the rich which peraduewture could haue them, yet for their 
accustomed ease & idle occupations, would take little paines therwith. 
Neither can they wel say, y* though euery scholer may not priuatly, 
haue this great Dictionarie, & enioy her priuatly to him self: yet euery 
schoole hath or may haue one of them in common, which may seme 
for them al, for neither will all parents so agr^e to haue one for all : 
and if they would, yet it should be such a like thing, as if ye had but 
one toole to worke with in the mynt, which whilst one workeman did 
occupie, al the other should be idle, and so the worke go little .for- 
ward, and surely by copie of Dictionaries, are copie of wordes coyned 
in our schooles. But I n6ede not much contend in this matter being 
playne inoughe of it selfe, nether do I so muche care' for any of the 
thinges aforesaide, either profit or paine, taimtes or disdaine, foolish- 



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8 THE EPISTLE. 

nesse or finenesse, or for any of other such like yanitiesy as I do (let 

them say what they wil) for my dutie towards the youth of my 

Country, if perchance I might do them some pleasure herein: be- 

seching your Maistership in like manner, that youre worship will 

for the same causes (for ye haue euer bene a louer & helper of good 

studies) neither be ashamed, nor displeased, to let so little and rude 

a thing proc^ede in the oommendation of youre good name to the 

same end, seeing that here we s^eke not for praise or profit, but for 

the prosperous good proceeding of our poore youth in good learning 

and knowledge, which thing if youre goodnesse and patience wil do, 

ye shall both bind and encourage me at all times, to my power 

to laboure and endeuoure my selfe, both to ftirther our 

schooles with such poynts of my paines, and to gra- 

tifie your worship with a better work an other 

day, and also ye shall deserue to be the best 

benefactor in this businesse, and to be 

partaker of all their prayers, that 

may take profit hereby, to God 

for your Mastership, in helth 

and prosperitie, with en^ 

crease of much worship 

long to continue. 

Amen. 



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1 



A ante B, 



A ante B. 



In a. 

Alleluta, laudate domintaxi. 
CoLOQXJiKTrDA, an herbe, coh- 
quinttda^ a. 
y« Fistula, disease, /f^w/a, a. 
Sekrha, heuSy to. 
Ha, ha, laugh, ha, ha, ha. 

In ab. 

A "BulB, fforrula, la; Unguax^ deis. 
A Ckab, fruite, malum siluestrey 

arhatumf ti. 
A Cbab, ti6e, mdlus aUuestriSf or- 

Indus, ti, heor 
A Cbab, fish, canc&r, en, Me. 
A Dbab, filth, sordtda, da. 
A Dbab, whoore, seortum, %: mere- 

trix, tcis, hoe. 
A Scab, sedbies, ei, hae, 
y® Scab, pruritus, us ; scabredo, 

inis, hoe. 
y® Scab of sh^epe, mentii^o, inis, hac. 
to Blab, garrire, multiloqui. 
to Gab, board, iocari, seammari. 
to Gab, 1^, mentiri, eamminisoi. 
to Stab, pricke, punghre, stimulare. 

In abe. 

A Babb, chylde, infems, antis, hie, 

hoe. ^ [a. 

A Babe, pnppie, pupus, pi ; pupa. 

In able. 

A Bable, pegma, dtis, hoe. 

A Cable, rope, rudens, entis, hoc. 

A Cable, horse, eahallus, i. 

A Caple, idem. 

A Fable, tale, fabula, <b, narratio, 

A Fable, lye, eommentum, i. 

A Gable, becane, deheia, a. 

A Bable, rewe, series, ei, hoe. 

A Stable, stabulum, i. 

A Table, paynted, tabula, a. 

A Table for meate^ mensa, a. 

Able, eompos, otis : potens. 

Stable, stdbiUs, le, 
to Bable, garire. 



15 



20 



25 



30 



35 



40 



45 



to Bbable, idem, multiloqui. 

to Fable, talke, eonfabtdari. 

to Fable, lye, mentiri, comminisd. 

A Syllable, siUaba, a. 

A Constable, eonstabularius, i; 

JSthnarca, a, hie. 
y® Constable of an hnndred| een- 

turio, onis, hie. 
A Parable, parabola, a. 

VnstjCble, instabilis, a. 

YnjCble, inualidus, a; impoiens. 

Dibble, durabilts, e. 

MUTABLE, mutabilis, e. 

TiJneable, symphonicus, a. 

SXtleable, naui^abilis, e, 

Pl^dable, dicibilis, e. 

Sh±dable, fusilis, e. 

S^KBLABLE, oonsimilis, e. 

TbIctable, tractabilis, e* 

Teachable, dociUs, e. 

Si^BCHABLE, sorutabilis, e. 

PEACEABLE, tranquillus, a. 
. Pl^asable, plaeabiUs, e, 

Sp£aeable, efahilis, e. 

Bb^axable, j^o^iIm, e. 

H^ALEABLE, sonobiUs, e. 

S^ALEABLE, signabiUs, e. 

"W6ANABLE, ablaetabilis, e. 

Ch^apable, estimabilis, e. 

R^APABLE, messibUis, e. 

EIbable, arabHis, e. 

BEATABLE, ealefaetibilis, e. 
There be many other in aUe, deriued 
of Enfflishe yerbes, ahnost as many as 
mere be Terhe, which are only formed 
l^ patting too Able at the enae of the 
EngiiBh terme, as these that folow, and 
sach other, whose latin is in bilis, & do 
signifie, that a thing is cofraenient, mete, 
fi^ apt, worthy or able to be done, as, 

Eatable, m^et or fit to be eaten^ 

eomestibilis, bile. 
Tbeatable, worthy, or able to 

be treated upon. 

F^NEABLE, muletibilis, bile* 
MtsTEASLE, fossilis, le. 
BrOSTABLE, assatilis, le. 



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A ante B. 



ToSTABLB, tostiltS, U, 

LoTTEABLE, amahiUs, hiU, 
Peooteable, prohalnlisj bile. 
Gbuboeable, murmurahilii, bile, 
lunoEABLE, estimabilis, bile. 
Shunnablb, deuitabilis, bile. 
DoTJTABLE^ dubitabiliBj bile. 
"Bow ABLEy flexilis, le. 
LowABLB, comprobabilisj bile. 
Plowable, arabiliSf le. 
RowABLE, remigahilisy bile. 
Defahable, defamabilis, le. 
InflXmable, inflamabilis, bile. 
CoMPAEABLE, comparobilis, bile. 
Agreeable, coneors, ordis. 
Amiable, amabilisy bile. 
Amicable, amieabilis, bile. 
ChIkitable, piles, pia. 
DELECTABLE, deUctabiUsj le. 
InEfpablb, imffabilis, bile. 
Excusable, excuaabilisy bile. 
fiuiTABLE, deuitabiliSf bile. 
flxoBABLE, exorabiliSf rabile. 
ExpiABLE, expiabilie, abile. 
Explicable, explicabilisy bile. 
Expt^GNABLE, exptignabilisy le. 
ImpiJgnable, impugahilis, abile. 
Hospitable, hoepitabilis, le. 
rNNTJMERABLE, innwnerabHiSf le. 
SItiable, satiabiliSy le. 
TBicTABLE, tractdbiliBy bile. 
Yiolable, violabiliSf le. 
lihiENTABLE, lameniabHis, le. 
MXriable, nubilis, le. 
MEastjbable, menaurabilis, le. 
M6rciable, miser icon, cordis. 
Miserable, misery ra. 
Personable, personabilisy U. 
Profitable, vtiUsy le. 
SiRtJisABLE, seruiliSf le. 
SiJfferable, tolerabilisy le. 
Variable, varius, a. 
VfojERABLE, venerandtiSf da. 
Changeable, mutabiliSf le. 
Ct^siOMABLE, consuetuSf ta. 
VNCt^RABLE, incmdbilis, bile. 
Vnhotjable, imperiinensy entis. 



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Vnloueable, inamicabilis, le. 
Vnmoijeablb, immobilis, bile. 
VnpXlpablb, impalpabiliSf bile. 
Vnportable, importabiliSf bile. 
Profitable, vtiliSf le. 
Reasonable, rationalise le. 
REDtJcEABLE, rcducibiUs, bile. 
Refi^sable, recusabilis, bile. 
Remediable, reeuperahtlis, bile. 
Reci^perable, idem. 
Remouable, mobilisj le. 
REPARABLE, reparabiliSf bile. 
SXtiable, satiabilis, le.^ 
Saturable, saturabilis, bile.^ 
VnsXylable, innauigabilis, le. 
YnspEakable, ineffabilis, le. 
Seperable, seperabilis, le. 
TEmperable, temperabilis, le. 
ToLLERABLE, tolerobiUSf le. 
YntrIctable, intractabilisy le. 
VntrEatable, idem. 
Vnt^meable, intempestiuusy ua. 
Inexcusable, inexcmabilis, le. 
InEuitable, ineuitabilis, le. 
Inexorable, inexorabilie, le. 
InExpiable, inexpiabilisy e. 
Ingenderablb, ingenerabilisy e. 
Inhospitable, inhospitabilisy le. 
Inni^merable, innumerabilis, le. 
Insatiable, insatiabilis, le, 
Inuiolablb, inuiolabiliSf le. 
VnagrEable, incongruusy a. 
VnImiable, inamicabilis, bile, 
Vncomparable, incomparabilis, le. 
YNcrfsTOMABLE, inconsuetus, a. 
Ynprofitable, inutilisy le. 
YnrEasonable, irrationabilisy le. 
VnrEasonable, irrationalis, e. 
iRREcdPERABLE, irrccuperabiUs, le, 
YnremEdiable, idem. 
Ynremouable, immobilis, le. 
IrrEparable, irreparabilis, le. 
Ynsatiable, insatiabilis, le. 
Yntollerable, intolerabilis, le. 
VnuIriable, inuariabilis, le. 

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These maye also be written in abill, 
as, Laudable, or Laudabill, &c. Loke in 
(iU). They bee deriued of Verbes, and 
naue theyr latine in lis, vse bU, not bill, 

A ante C. 
In acke. 

A Bacee, ddrsunif i . 

Lacke, inoptay a. 
An Hack, mattock, bidenSy entis, 
A Iacke, armour, sti^tum, i. 
j^ Shacks of taste, sapor, oris, hie, 
y« Smackb of a kisse, suautum, i, 
y« Snacke of a dog, morsus, us, 
A Packe, sarcina, a, 
A Racke for a crosbowe, harpax, 

harpdeis, hie, 
A E acke for fodder, presepe^ is, hoe, 
A Sacke, saeulum, i, 
A Stacke, strues, is, hoc, 

Blacke, niger, gra. 

Slacke, lassus, a, 
to Cacke, cacare, 
to Clacke, clangitare, 
to Cbacke, crepitare, 
to Lacke, carere, 
to Smacke, taste, sap^e, 
to Smacke, kisse, suauiare, 
to Snacke, byte, morsitare, 
to Packe, sarcinare, 
to Racke, tortare, 
to Slacks, relaxare. 
to Thwacke, fustigare, 
to Unpacks, esarcinare, 

KuTOKACKB, nucifrangium, i. 

Setback, herbe, Upidium, i. 

In ache. 

A Blache, atramentum Butorum, 

A Bbache, eanieula, a, 

yo Ache, dohr, dris, hie, 

A Cbache, crib, presepium, i, 

A Lache, locus, i, 

A ScACHE, grallus, i, 

to Ache, dolh-e, 

to Wache, vigilare, 

Sphtaghe, herb, hlitum, i. 



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In acle. 
A Babnacle, bird, chsJofuUops, idis, 
Baenacles, bottds, pastomis, 
idis, hoc, 
A MiBACLE, miraeulwaiy i; par- 

teRtum. 
A Pinnacle, pinnaeulum, 4, 
Obstacle, pertinax, acis; oh- 
stinatus, ta, 
A Shackle, ccmpes, kdis, hie, hoc, 
A Tackle, eapulum, i. 

In acte. 

A Facte, Faetum, i. 

An Acts, actum, i. 

An Abstbact, ahstractum, i, 

A Tbacte, semita, eallis, is, hie, 

A Contract, e&ntractus, us. 

A DistbXct, distraetum, i, 

AnExTBlcTE, extraetum, i, 

A EetbIcte, retraetatio, 

to ConteXct, contraMre. 

to DetbXcte, detrectare, 

to Distbact, distrahh'e, 

to ExtbIct, extrahere, 

to RetbXct, retraotare, 

to ExXcT, exigere, 

to PbotbXct, protrahere. 

In ace. 

An Ace, Unitas, atis, hoc, 

A Bbace of D^ere, duo danue. 

A Bbace of dogs, bini canes, 

A Dace, a litle fish, aphia, te. 

A Pace, fades, ei, h^ee, 
Gbace, gracia, ae, 

A Ijkxs^, fibuia, <B, 

Mace, scepter, seeptrum, i. 
Mace, spice, maeer, dcia, hie. 

A Pace, passus, us. 

A Place, locus, i. 

A Race, cursus, us, 

A Space, spacium. 

A Tbace for drawing, traha, a 

y« Tbace of a foote, vestigium, i, 

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to Face, gMtire. 
to Lace, eonfibulare. 
to Pace, gradi, 
to Place, locare. 
to Eace, rad^e, 
to Tsace, inuestigare. 

Dissyllaba Substant 

BjClace, Saburraf a. 

FoBNACE, fomax, dcis, 
A Bt^ixACE, tr^e, pruneolus, t , hoe. 
A BiTLLACE, frate, pruneohtm, i . 
A Preface, prefaeio ; prologw. 

Solace, solatium^ i. 

to DefjCce, dehonestare. 
to EmbbIcb, amplecti, 

Balace, saburrare. 
to MXnace, minaru 
to Solace, sohri^ ioeundari. 

I^FFiCACE, adiect, efficaXf.am. 

PebcIse, forU. 

Hf POCEACE, vtnum myrrhatum, 

Inefficace, inefficaXf ac%9, 
to £nteblace, eomplicare. 

A ante D. 

Dad, PateTi Ma. 
A Gad of Bt6ele, Massa chalyhii, 
A Gad or goade, partica stimulata. 
A Ladde, puWf Sri, pueUm, i. 
A Padde, saddle, pmidaiumf i. 
A Padde, tode, hufo, 6ni9, hufim- 
cuUmb^ i. \alo»a, 

A Shadde, a fishe, aconf 6nts, Mo, 

Bad, tnalus, a; vUis, e. 

Glad, latus, a; hildrU, e. 

Dead, metuendm, formidandus, 
da. 

Madde, amms, demenx, entis. 

Badde, agtlisy e ; promptus, a. 

Sadde, triitis, e, 

"Wadde or woad, glastrum, ». 

Yerba. 

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to Glad, exhilarare, letificare. 
to be Madde, dementfre, hacchari, 

Bestad well, or well bestad, 

satisf actus, bene placitus. 
Bestad euill, or euill bestad, 
deetitutus, male traetatus, a, 
A Shelpad, tesiudo, inis, Jubc. 

In adge. 

A Badge, Signum, i; inetgne, is, 
Madge for Margerie. 
Gabbadge for garbage. 

In addle. 

A Saddle, Ephippium, t . 
to Addle, lucrari, mereru 
to Maddlb, delirare, dissipere, 
to Saddle anhor8e,«^ttfim0pAi^^| 
vel equo ephippium inetrare. 

In ade. 

y« Blade of a sword, Ferrum, ensis. 

y« Blade of an herb, talia, a. 

A Cade, sh^epe louse, pedictdua 

outs. 
A Glade, miM, as, 
A Jade, equila, eguilus. 
A Lade, omm, krie, hoc, 
A Spade, bipalium, i, 
A Slade, valley, vallie, w, hoc. 
A Tbade of teching, methodus, %, 
hoe. 

Made, partic, foetus, a. 
to Fade, deflorh'e, defickre. 
to Tbade, trad^e, consuefacere, 
to "Wade, vadare. 
A BXlade, canticum, 1. 
A DfidirsLADE, tympanum, 1. 
A PXtjade, pugio, dnis, hie, 
An^MOBADE, smaragdus, i. 
An Ambassade, legatus, 1. 
An Ambassade for peace, oadueeus, i, 

AmbIssad for war, fecidlis,is, hie. 

MIbhalad, spice, melapldcus, i. 
to DisgbXde, deponire de gradu. 
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to DefIde, defichre, 
to InttXde, inuadh'e, 
to PebsuXde, p&rsuadire, 

A Ladle, ruhiculaj (B, 
A Cradle, cunahula, orum. 
to SYTiLDLBf fasciare, 
A Cadlb, potiuncula ouaeeo ; tma- 
ceum, I. 

A ante F. 
In aJfe. 

Chaffe, palea, a, 
Deaffe, excrementa^ orum. 

A Geafpe, plantuy a, [centrum, 

y« Naffe of a whMe, vmbo^ <5»m, 
' A Naffe, a birde, vria, a, 

A Staffe, haculus, i, 

y« Draftes of wine, floces, cium. 

to Baffe, as a dog, latrare, 

to Graffe, plantare, 

to QuAFFE, ehibhe, 

A Df STAFFE, coUm, f, hsc. 

A T^PSTAFFE, /tV^or, dm, hie, 
RiFRAFFE, rtf^tM r^nim. 

//» aft. 

A Craft, ar«, factdtat^ atii, 

A Flafte, earmentum^ i. 

An Haft, manuhrtumf capulum. 

y^ Shaft of a toole, eapulum^ i. 

A Shaft to shoot, caldmus, i. 
Dafte, doltishe, stupidus, a, 
WfTCHCRAFT, presttffium, i . 

/;» affle. 

to Faffle, halbutire. 
to Mafflb, idem, rudere. 
A Snaffle, camtM, i. 
to Skafflb, rudkre. 

In afe. 

Safe, sdluusy a. 

Safe, sure, tutus^ ta. 
to Chafe wyth fingers, or hands, 

terh'e, mollire, 
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A ante G. 
In agge. 
A Brao, iaetantia^ a; ostmtatio, 
A Bag, mantica, a, * 
A Crag, rocke, rupes, is, h€se> 
A Dao, tormentiolum, i. 
A Drag, net, tragula, a. [turn, 
A Flaoge, banner, signum quadra- 
A Iagge, lacuna^ m. 
A [N'aogb, eguuluSf i, 
A Eagge, panniculus, scrutum. 
A Stagge, ceruuSf i, 
A Shragge, aarmentum, i. 
y« Tag of a myter, infula, a, 
to Brag, iaetitare, gloriari, 
to Clag, herire vt lutum. 
to Drag, extrahhe, 
A Flag, a w6ede, vlua, <b. 
y« Tag of a poynt, ferrHum, i. 
y« TA^a of SL-punefOppendiXf ids f hoe, 
to Fag, defich-e. 
to Iag, lacinare. 
to lik&y fatiga/re, fatisehe, 
to Shrag, putare arhores. 
to Wag, mou^e, motare, 

to Haggle, mactar$, exeamificare. 
In aght. 

to Fraught a ship, Nauem impUre, 

Raught, taetus^ eta. 

Taught, doetus, a. 

Stratjght, diitraeius, a. 
y« Fraught money, natUum, i, 

TatterrIggs, pannieulif orum. 

In age. 

Age, JEtaSj atatia, hoe. 
A Cage, eauea, argustulum, 
A Gage, pignus, drit, hoe. 
A Page, assecia, a, 
to Gage, pignorare, 

to RAGE,/«r^«. 

to Swage, mitigare, 

to Fage, adulari^ fingkre, 

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to "Wage battayle, helium indichre, 
to Plague, afflighre, 
A Plague, ^lagdy (B, 

Baggage, Fez, eeisy hoe. 

Bondage, seruitudo, inis^ hoc. 

BtjRBAGE, Buglossa, 0. 

Courage, animus, f. 
A Cottage, tuguriumj L 

CXbiaqe, veoturay r«. 
A CXbage, bedde, dega, ga, 

DliCAGE, damnum, ni. 
A Galage, a shoe, aolsa, sandalium. 
y^ Garbage, alum, intettina, orum. 
A LANGUAGE, loquela, lingua. 
A CIbage, herbe, caules capitati. 

CosTAGE, sumptus, us. 

Hostage, ohses, idis, hie. 

LouAGE, herb, leuistieus, i, hie. 

LXsTAGE, sahurra, ra. 
A LINAGE, eognatio, trihus. 
A M^AGE, Ugatio, nuntium, ii. 
A MoRGAGE, pignus, dris. 

Nonage, anni pupillares. 

Gi^TRAGE, kixus, us, hic. 
A Passage, ^^rt^us, us, aditus, us. 

PANNAGE, imlusionts multa, a. 
to AsswAGE, mitigare. 
to CXbage, mactare. 
to Damage, noebre. 
to Forage y« countrey, depopulare, 
to Forage cattell, pabulare.^ 
to GXrbaoe, euiseerare} 
to Language, loqui, coUoqui. 
to MoRGAGE, ptgnorare. 
to GuTRAGE, luxuriare. 

AduXntage, lucrum, ori. 
An HiatiTAGE, hereditas, tatis, hoc. 
AntMAGE, imago, inis, hac. 
An Embassage, legatio, onis, hee. 
A Parentage, parentila, patrimo- 

nt'tnn. 
A Patronage, patroeinium, i. 
A 'PiLa^AVJLQB,peregrinatio,is,hac. 
to Discourage, exanimare. 
to EndImaqe, damnum inferre. 

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A ante K. 
Qneere monosyllabai in aok, vt snpra. 
In ake. 

A Brake, frangibilum, maetra, a. 

A Brake, ferne,^tj?, eis, hoc. 

A Cake, eollgridum, 1. 

A Drake, birde, anas, dtis, hic. 

A Flake, matta lignea. 

A Lake, lacus, us, hic. 

A Bake, rastrum, i. 

A IkiLR, forica, a. 

A Drake, dragon, draco, 6nis, hic. 

A Snake, anguis, is, hic. 

A Stake, palus, i. 

to Bake, pinsdre, coquhe. 

to Ma.ke, facere. 

to Quake, quat^e, tremihre. 

to Bake, rastrare. 

to Shake, quassare. 

to Slake, mitigare. 

to Take, eapere. 

to Whake, trepidare. 

'M.Jisj>RAiL:E,heThe,mandragora,eB. 
A PXncake, colyrida, a, 
A Stomake, stomachus, i. 
A Thornbacke, fish, achantia, <c. 

Sw^epestake, totum simxd. 
yc ZoDLAKE, Zodiacus, i, hic. 
to AwIke, expergefacere. 
to BetXke, tradh-e. 
to Forsake, deserve. 
to Stomake, stomaehare. 
to VndertIke, stiscipkre. 

A ante L. 

A Ball, pila, ee. 

A Fall, casus, us, hic. 

yc Gall, fel, fellis, hoc. 

An Hall, aula, <e. 

A Mall, malleus, i. 

A Stall, stahulum, i. 

A Pall, pallium, i. 

A "Wall, murus, i, hie. 

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to Fall, cadere. 

to Wall, murum facer e. 

All, omnia, cunctus, a. 

Small, paruus, a. 

Tall, procS^rus, a. 

Thrall, ohnoxitts, a. 

Corall, coralium, i, 
y« O'fjall of things, reliquteSf arum, 

M^ALL, metaUum, t. 
A PfrFALL, decipula, <b. 
A PoKTALL, antepagmentwn, i, 
y« EXscALL, vulgiM, t, hie. 
A SpItall, arbiter, tri, hie. 
A Tbt^all, experimentum. 
A ViALL, phiola, a. 

YiTALL, penu, victus, U8, 
to BefXll, conting^e. 
to Forestall, inter ciphre. 

DfsMALL, sinister, infcelix. 
y® DisMALL, deuill, diaholus, i. 

£quall, aquus, a. 

Carnall, carnalis, e. 

Y AT ALL, fatalis, e. 

Fynall, finalis, e. 

LoYAEL, liege, legalis, stthdiitts, a. 

MoRALL, moralis, e. 

MoRTALL, mcrtaiis, e. 

Paschall, paschalia, e, 

P6nall, puniendm, pendlis, e. 

Ph5rall, pluralism e. 

Eeall, realis, e. 

Eegall, regalis, e. 

EoYALL, regalis, heroieus, a. 

Yl&RBALL, verhale, is. 
A Brtdall, nuptia, arum. 
A Dtall, horologium, $• 
A Ff ALL, phiala, <b. 
y« Bedstall, capital, alis, hoc. 
A Cf MBALL, cymhalum, i. 
A Marshall, architriclinus, i . 
AnHJEWHALL, virio, onis, hie, 

VfxALL, vitalis, le. 

Anoelicall, Angelicus, a. 

AnImall, animalis, le. 

Artificiall, artificialis, le. 

AuxiiNTicALL, autenticus, a. 

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CELisTiALL, ccelestis, e. 

ArI thmeticall, arithmeticus, a. 
A BuRYALL, exequia, funerale, is. 

Ceremoniall, eeremonialis, e. 

Col6ricall, oholericus, a, 

CoxDicioNALL, conditumoUs, e. 

CoNTiNUALL, continuus, a. 

CardInall, eardineus, a. 
A Cardinall, eardinalis, isy hie. 

Cohicall, oomicus, a. 

Corporall, carporalis, le. 

Despowsall, desponsalis, e. 

DisLOTAiL, illegitimuB, a, per- 
fid\i&. 

DocTRJiTALL, doctrinolis, e. 

DoM^sTiCALL, domesticus, a. 

Eff^ttall, effectualis, le. 

Equinoctiall, equinoctialis, e. 

Esp^ciall, pracipuus, a. 

ExTEMPORALL, extempoTolis, e. 

Faktasticall, phantastious, a. 

FfesTTJALL, festiuus, a. 

F^sTiuALL, festiuus, a, 

'FjjKERAiXffunebris, e, funeralis. 

GiirrrALL, genitalis, le. 

Geometricall, geometricus, a, 

Heroicall, heroieus, a. 

HospiTALL, hospitalis, le. 
AnHospiTALL, hospitium, ii. 

Immortall, immortalis, e. 

Impersonall, impersonalii, e. 

Inf^rnall, infernalis, e, 

iNTELLlEcnrALL, intellectuolis, e. 
A louRNALL, itinerarium, f. 

luDfcTALL, iudicialis, e. 

LfsERALL, liheralis, e. , 

MXgicall, magicus, ca, 

MiCnuALL, manualis, e. 

Mat^riall, materialis, e. 

Matrimokiall, matrimonialis, e. 

Memorlaxl, memorialis, 0. 

MiJsiCALL, musicus, ca. 

Mt^TTJALL, mutuus, a. 

NXturall, naturalis, e. 

NoMiNALL, nominalis, e. 

Ki5merall, numeralis, e. 

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Obi^tall, arientalii, e, 
OpFfaALL, officialtSf e, 
ObIoinall, originalisy $• 
PXbtiall, pariialiSf e. 
T^ujOBovBiciLLLfphilosophieuSya, 
PofoiCAiiL, poeticm, a, 
PoLfxiOALL, politicly, a. 

PoNTfFICALL, portificolU^ 6, 

Pkincipall, principalis^ e, 
Pbodioall, prodiguBf a, 
Pbou^kbiall, prou&rhiaUs, e, 
PEOufNciALL, prouineialiSf e. 

A Eefi^sall, repudium, i, 

A RsHiBSALL, eatahgua. 
Eethobicall, retltoriciM, a. 
EtjsTicALL, rtMticuSf a. 
SACBAM^irrALL, saoramentolis, e, 
BtssuALL, sensualiSf e, 
SfMONicALL, aymoniaeusy a. 
SophIsticall, sophisticuSf a. 
Sp^ciall, speeialis, «. 
SpntfTUALL, spiritualiSf e, 
StjbstInxiall, 9ub$tantialiSf e. 
T^MPOBALL, temporalis^ e. 
Testih6niall, testimonialisj e, 
TixTUALL, UxtualiSf e. 
Tbopicaix, trapictu, a, 
V^NiALL, vsnialia, e. 
ViBGiNALL, oymhala, orum, 
Vk^quall, inaqualis, e, 
yNH6spiTAj.L, inhospitus, a, 
Vniu6bsall, vniuersalisj e. 
VklIbeball, illiheralis, e, 
VwNiCTTrBALL, innatwolis, e. 

AnYBiNALL, tnaiula, e. 
Yen^all, venereus, a, 
GBOMirrBicALL, geometricus, a, 
Matheuaticall, mathemaiiciM, 
a. [e, 

Sup£bkat(}ball, aupematuraUs, 
MsTAPfiisicALL, metaphynousy a. 

In aide. 

A Gambalde, saltuSf us. 
An Hebald for WQi/fecialiSy is, hie. 
AnHEBALD for peace, eadueeator, 
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A SPBDfOAU), adoleseexis, eniis, hie^ 
hasc. 

In alfe. 
A Calfe, vitulus, 
j« Halfe, medium^ f . 

In alke. 

A Balee, trahSf ahis, hae. 

Chalke, creta, a, hae. [mi. 
A Stalke, caulis, is^ hie, calamuB, 

Talke, eolloquium, i. 
A "Walke, amhtdaerumf i. 
to Stalke, venari. 
to Talke, confabulariy eolloqui. 
to Walke, ambulare. 

In alme. 

Balme, halsamum, f . 

y^ Cauce, stidum, i, serenitas. 

A PsALME, psahnuSf «, hie, 

A Shalme, iihia, a. 

A Palxb tr6e, palma, a, 

y« Palice of a hand, palmus, i, 

A Talme, iemo, dnis, hie, 

Calme, serSnus, a, ^venium, 
Calme to make, sedare, muleSre 

to Balme, halsamo perunghe. 

In alte. 

A Faltb, culpay crimen, inis, 
A Galte, pig, verres, is, hie, 

Malte, hrasium, i, 
A Palt, calua, a. 

Salte, sal, alis, hie, 
A Yalte, camera, ee, areus, tis, 
to Ealte, blame, ctUpare, {_quere, 
to Falte, offend, offenders, delin- 
to Halte, claudicare. 
to Salte, sailers, eondire, 
to Yalte, arcum duche, 

Yals^, falsus, a, 
A Defalt, defsctus, us^ 
to Exalte, exaltars. 



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Ale, ceruisia, a* 

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Calk, olusj hU, itM, turn. 
A Dale, vaUis^ t>, haBC, 
A Gale, bird, virioy onis, hie, 
A QAixofwjnde,Jlatus,U8jiamen. 
A Male, mantica, a. 
y« Male kynde, ma#, <irw, hie. 
A Pale, /?a/tM, i. 
A Sale, venditatio, exauctio. 
A Skale, squammaf a, 
A Shale, Uata, a, putamen, 
A Spale, chip, assula, a. 
A Tale, fahda, a. 
A Vale, t;aWt>, w, A^w. 
A "Whale, birde, virio, onii, hie. 
to Gale for colde, algSre. 
to Wale, w6epe, lugire^ plangkre. 
A Whale, fish, ccste, i», hoc. 
A B&iDALE, sptmBoliay ortnn, nuptia. 

GALmoALB, herb, aeorus, i. 

GXlikgalb, spice, galanga, a. 
y« Tntrayles, intettina, viseera. 
A NfoHTiNOALE, luseinia, a. 

PoBTiNOALE, Lusitanta. 

PobtsjCle, exauctio. [cUan, i. 

ViKDiNQALB, limuB, f, hemicy- 

A ante M. 
/n ame. 

Blame, eulpay a. 
A Dame, tnagistra^ a. 

FAMEffama, ae. 
A FhAXR^ flammay a. 
A Fbame, /ram^a, <e. 
A Game, ludus^ %. 
A Name, nomeih, inii. 

Shame, eontunulia^ a. 
y^ Hame of a horse, haleium, i. 
to Blame, eulpare. 
to Flake, Jlammare. 
to FramEj fahricare. 
to Game, ludh-e. 
to Lamb, mutilare. 
to Name, itomtnortf. 
to Shame, eruheseere. 
to Tame, domare. 

Lame, elaudm^ a. 
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this Samb, hie ipse. 
that Same, «7^ ipse. 

Take, eieur, uris. 
A Bf NAME, epitheton. 

MXdame, domina, a. 

A STiPDAME, ftOM^M, <s. 

A St^ENAMB, eognomeny inii, hoe. 

AnlxoBAME, ignarusj a. 

to DecljCme, declamare. 

to DefXme, defamare. 

to ExcLiCME, exclamare. 

to iKFLiCME, inflammare. 

to PeocljCme, proclamare. 

to KecljCme, reclamare. 

to SurnXmb, eognominare. 

A GbXndame, atfia, <s. 

/n am, or tn amme. 

A Damme, mother, genitrix, ids, 

hoe. 
A Damme, w6ere, eataraeta, a. 
y« "FT AMME, poples, itis, hie. 
A Dbamme, sextula, a. 

In ambe. 

A Lambe, agnus, ni. 
A Eambe, aries, tis, hie. 

In amble. 

A Bbamble^ vepres, His, hoe. 
y^ Shamble, maeellum, i. 
to Amble, iolutare. 

In ample. 

AnExsAMPLB, exemplumj i. 
An Example, exemplum, i. 

In ampe. 

to Rampb, rap^e. 

to Tbampe, strepitare. 

to Stampe, knock, tundh-e. 

to Stamp with the fSSet, ealeare. 

A ante N. 
In ane. 
A BLAifTB, fnaeula, pupula, a. 
A Caxe r6ede, eonax, deis, hae. 

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A Dbane bee, fucM^ f, hie. 

A Lane, platea, viculus, i . 

y« Maite of a horse, i « Jtf , a, 

A Pai^ £ of cloth, panniculuSf cento. 

A Pbane, fishe, earides, is, tingtu, i. 

TWANE, dtMf <B. 

to Gaite, yane, oscitare. 

to ^vkisE,Yr%diXie,ohlaciare,depellere. 

to Wane, irf^m. 

to Yane, oscitare. 

Hi^fBANE, apolinaris, is, hie. 

GENTIAN, herbe, gentiana, <b. 
A LouKDANE, dominus danus {ig- 

nominiose) nehulo. 
A Mabchpane, panis dulciarius. 
y« eea oceane, oceanus, i. 
A Pt^BUCANE, publicanus, i. 

PuKSLANE, peplis, itis, hie. 
A Ruffian, ganeo, onis, hie. 

Valebiai?e, herhfpheu Valeriana. 

ViLLANE, vema, a. 

Hi^HANE, humantis, a. 

MUNDANE, mundanus, a. 

Obphane, orphanus, orbits, a. 

Vebane, vrhantis, a. 
A Cnrf LiANE, eiuilis, politieus. 
A RiJsTiCANE, rusiicus, a. 
A Gk^cian, OrcBcuA, a. 
An Italian, Italiis, i. 
AnHEBKETiANE, Sahreicus, a. 
An Altane, alienus, extraneuB, a. 

There be also many names of artificers 
and other learned professors, in ane, as, 

AnAsTROLOGiAN, ostrologus, a. 
An Abithhetrician, arithmeticus, a. 
A MusiTiANE, musicits, a. 
A LooiTiANE, logieus, a. 

Names also of Countreys, as, 

AniTALTANE, ItoluS, ». 

A Gebhanb, Oermanus, i . 
A Brttane, Britanus, i. 

Names also of cities and townes, as, 

A EoMANE, Romanus, a. 
AnOxoiTiAKB, Oxoniensis. 



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A Canterbveiane, Cantuarimsis. 

Seeke all the other in their primatiues, 
as Rethoriane, in rethor : Londonian, in 
London : and make their latine ende in 
one of those three terminations, anui, 
etuiSf or icua, as the examples dechu'e. 

In an. 

Bran, furfur, i^ris, hoe. 
A Can, yessell, eatharus, i. 
A Fan, vannus, fiaheUum. 
A Man, homo, vir. 
A Pan, eaeahus, i. 
A Span, palma, e, us, i. 
A Swan, eygnus, 1. 
to Ban, curse, maledic^e. 
to Can, posse, val4re. 
to Fanne, vannare. 
to Tan, eoria eondire, 
to Vanne, vannare. 

Than, tune, turn. 

Wan, pallidus, liuidus, a. 
to Span, palmare. 
A. Beimav, preeoferiaUs. 
A Bloceman, spieulator, oris. 
A Bondman, seruus, i. 
A BoTEMAN, eimbarius, i. 
A Chapman, institor, trix. 
An Alderman, senior, senator. 
A Footman, pedes, itis, hie, hae. 
A Gentleman, proeer, eris, eeques. 
An Hangman, carnifex, ieis, htc. 
An HIlldman, primas, atis, hie. 
A Chief man, id^m. 
A Kinsman, eognatus, a. 
An Groan, organum, i. 
A TAMPAN, l^/mpitnum, 
A Pif SAN, ptisana, a. 

Ti5tsan, herbe, vitex, ieis, hie. 
A Workman, opifex, ieis, com. 
A Watchman, vigil. His, com. 
A Woman, mtdier, eris, hae. 
A YoMAN, liherius, i. 

Many other there be that ende in an, 
being compounded with this woorde man : 
and signine eyther some occupation, aa, 
A shipman, Nauta, <p, daughterman, 
Zanius, i, or else to be of some Coun- 
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DrrrcHMAW, Teutonicui, a. 
ScoTCHEicAN, Scoiui, a, SfO, 

In ance. 

A Chance, ca«tM, im, ewmtus, w. 
A Dance, tripudium, i. \_hoe, 

A Eance of ginger, Mifuab^r, h-is, 

Eeance, Gallia, a, 
A Glance, transitus, us, 
A Lance, lancsa, sscula, te. 
A Lance, staffe, hasta, a. 
A Tkance, extdsis, is, hoe. 
to Chance, oontinghre. 
to Daunce, Iripttdiare. 
to Glaunce, transire, 
to Launce, resecare. 
to Praunce, exultars, 

AffIance, affiinitas. 

All! AUNCE, ir^m. 

Aff£rmancb, affirmatio. 

Allegiance, ohedientia, a. 

Allowance, assignatum, t. 

Abrogancb, arrogans, antis. 
y* Balance, hilanx, anois, hoe, 
A Countenance, vulttu, us, hie. 

Constance, constantia, a, 

DXliance, aliusio, onis. 

Defiance, defensio, onis. 
A DELfuEBANGE, traditio, onis, 

A DnOLATTNCE, iS^MM, His. 

Et^BTHE&ANCE, expedimsntum. 
GouEBNANCE, rsgimsn, inis. 
HfNDEBANCE, impsdimsntum. 
Impobtance, fTKT^na res. 
Inc6nstanc£, inconstaniia. 
loNOBANCE, ignorantia, a. 
iNHiBiTANCE, horsditas. 
Int^pebance, iniemperantia,<B. 
Maintenance, sujragiutn, t. 
MiscBEANCE, infidslitas, atis. 
A Mischance, infortunium. 
MuxcHANCB, oude gry. 
NoTANCE, nocummtum. 
Obeisance, ohedimtia, a. 
Obsebuance, obseruantia, 4S. 
CFbdtnance, institution onis. 



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Prance, penitentia, a. 

^uatuvBASCiifperssu^antia, a. 
A Pittance, refectiuncula, a, 
y« Pubtenance, pertinentia, a. 

PiJBVETANCE, proutsio, onis. 

KemIimbbance, memoria, a. 

'BiEFtsTAJUCE, penitentia, a. 

KEPt^GNANCE, repugnantia, «. 

SvFFEBANCE, tolsrantia, a, 

Si5sTiNANCE, suitinentia, a. 

StJBSTANCE, substantia^ a. 

Tempebance, temperantia, a. 

YXbiance, discordia, a. 

YioiLANCE, vigilantia, a. 

YiNOEANCE, vindieta, vUio, onis. 

AuoYDANCE, euacuatio, onis. 

Yttebajvce of spech, elocuti^, 
onis, hoc. [on»#. 

Ytteba^ce of sale, expeditio. 

Mischance, male eontingere. 

Enhance, exaltare, subleuare. 
to Aduance, idem. [hae. 

Becoonisance, recognitio, onis, 

In anche. 

A Bbanche, frons, dis, gormen. 
y« Hanch of a beast, clunis, lum- 

bus, f . 
A Panche, aluus, i, venter, iris. 
to Blanche, deglubere, deeorticare. 
to Banche, snatch, arripere. 
to Lanch into y« sea, in altum 

duekre. 
to Laych oner a boke, pereurrere. 
to Panche, euiscerare. 
to Stanche, mitigare, sisters. 

In ande. 

A Bands, vinculum, i. 
A Bbande, torris, is, hie. 
AhHande, manus, us, hoe. 
A Lande, terra, regie, onis. 
y« Sandb, arena, a, hose. 
A Stbande, statio, onis, hoc. 
A Wande, virga, ts. 
Kkd, j*, ae, atqu.e. 
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to Stands, stare, catuisi&re, 

A DvKhcDiRj rogatio, rogatus, us. 

An flBBAiTDBy negocium, nuntium. 

England, Anglia, a. 
A GXkland, sertum, i. 
A Gf ANDBy gigas, antis, hie, 
A Gadwande, partica, <b. 

Holland, Hollandta, a. 
AnHt^sBANDE, coniux, maritt/ts. 

I^RLAND, Syhernia. 
A KfBANDB, tona, na, fascia, a. 

Scotland, Scotia, <b, 
A S±RT7AND, seruus, i, serua, a. 
A Thousand, mille, millia, urn. 
A TbItv^ande, cessator disculus, t. 
A WirrsAND, gula, as. 
A StXlland, admissarius equus, 
to VndebstXnd, intellighre, 
to WithstXnd, resistere. 
to GainestXnd, repugnare, 
at HXnd, prope ad tnanum. 

In andle. 

to Handle, tractare. 
to Dandle, indulgere. 
An Handle, manubrium, i, 
A Candle light, lueema, a. 
A Candle not light, candela, a. 

In ange. 

A Change, mutatio, anis. 
to Change, mutare. 

Strange, rarus, a, 
AnExcHiCNGE, commutatio, 
to Exchange, commutare. 
to EntebchXnge, idem. 

In angae. 

A Bangue, fastis, is, hie. 

A Fangue, dens exertus. 

A Pangue, agon, onis, dolor, 6ris. 

A Thwangue, lorum, i. 

A Stangue, vectis, is, hie. 

A GXmabstangue, oblongula, a. 

to Bangue, /tt^^i^flr*. 

to Fangue, comprehendere. 

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In angle. 
An Angle, angulus, i. 
to Angle, hamo piscari. 
to Iangle, garrire. 
to Mangle, mactare. 
to Steangle, strangulare, arctare. 
to Wrangle, calumniari, eauillari. 
to EntInqle, implicare, irretire. 
A QuXdrangle, quadrangulus, t. 
A TsfANGLE, triangulus, i. 

NiwFANGLE, nouarum rerum eu- 
piduB. 

In anke. 

A Bank of exchange, argentaria, a. 
y« BANiEof anhill,/?r(w?/iMtYa«,a^w. 
y« Banke of a riuer, ripa, littus, 

oris, hoe. 
y« Flanke, inguen, inis, hoc. 
A Planke, asser, eris, hie. 
A Haiix of ih^mgB,turba,caterua, a, 

Thanke, gratia, a. 
to Franke cattell, saginare, aUre. 
to Planke, eoassare, contignare. 
to Pranke, exultare, gestire. 
to Thanke, gratias agere, habere. 

BANKE,tiiycke,(?mii«,»^^a^B,tf. 

Banke smell, magnMA odor, oli- 
d\x%, a. 

Franke, fr6e, liberalis, e. 
A Pickthanke, assentator, trix, 

y« Ankle, talus, i, hie. 
to Bankle, putreseere, 

A Beadshanke, hamocopedus, i. 
In ante. 

An AsT, formica, a. 

A Plant, planta, a, 

A Taunt, argutia, redargutio. 

A Want, talpa, <b. 

A Wantb, lacke, eareniia, defectus. 

A Sanct, sanetus, ecelites, is. 

to Chant, eantillare. 

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to Pant, fatweere. 
to PuLST, plantare. 
to Taunt, argukre. 
to Vattnt, gloridre, 
to Want, carSre, egir$. 

Brant, st^epe, oliutM,proeh'ui8,e, 

Scant, rarus, cams, a. 

'Ea:st, fatigatuB, fesiUSf a. 
A PiaANT, phasianuSf t, hie. 
A Gf ANT, gigas, antis, hie. 
An Infant, infans^ infantulus, a. 
A MXrchant, mereator, dris, hie, 
A Mf scREANT, infideliSf tncredulua, a 
An Qltphant, elephantus, i, 
A PXgeant, sema, theatrum, f . 
A P^SANT, vemaf s&ruus, t. 
A K^cREANT, perfidiM, da. 
A B^HNANT, residuum, i. 
A SiRUANT, seruus, famulus, i. 

SauiNANT, herb, iuneus odoratus. 
A Tf aANT, tyrannus, t, 
A Warrant, puhliea fides. 
y« Wenyant, in malam crucem. 
AnAnAiCANT, adamas, antis. 
A CoiTENANT, pactum, eti. 
A Cognisant, tnsigne, signum, i. 
A JAXurtvjLSTfpratorprauineialis. 
A CoMFLATNANT, quorelus, i. 
to EnchInt, faseinare, incantare. 
to Tnstant, instare. 
to BecXnt, reeantare. 
to Supplant, supplantare, 
to WXrant, securum facers. 

DfsTANT, distans, antis. 

Arrant, grandis, magnus. 

GlLLANT, nitidus, superhus. 

Tnstant, instans, antis. 

PENDANT, pendens, pensilis. 

Pleasant, tWum^tM, ^mi^iM. 

Pregnant, pregnane, facundus. 

YiCANT, vacans, vacuus, a. 

Ast^NDANT, a^n(^n«, an^t^. 

AppIrant, apparens, entis. 

£legant, elegans, antis. 

AuNciANT, antiquus, grauis, e. 

Pliant, ohsequens, entis. 

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Discordant, diseors, dissentiens. 
DisPL^ASANT, tnamivniM, a. 
Tgnorant, ignarus, a. 
Inc^sant, incessahilis, e. 
Inelegant, inelegans, antis. 
Inhabitant, inhahitans, incola, a. 
iNufoiLANT, inuigilans, solers. 
MalIgnant, malignans, antis. 
P(5i8SANT, potens, fortis, e. 
BEPia^TANT, penitens, entis. 
ViLTANT, validus, fortis, e. 
VfoiLANT, vigilans, antis. 
Vnconstant, inconstans, insta- 

hilis, e, 
Yn^legant, inelegans, antis. 
Vnpl6asant, inamanus, a. 

In antle. 

A Castle, portio, partitio. 
A Mantle, hracca, pallium. 

A ante P. 

An Ape, simius, ii, a, a. 

A Grape, racemus, vua, ee. [dtis. 

A Iape, bourde, ioeus, i, scomma, 

A Bape, raptura, rapina, a. 

A Bape, roote, rapa, pa. 

A Sbape, forma, figura, a. 

A Seape, euatio, aufugium. 

A Ckatb, ferretum, i. 

to Gape, hiare, oseitare. 

to Grape, palpare. 

to Iape, bourd, iocari, seommari. 

to Bape, rapkre. 

to Qbjlpb, plasmare, formare. 

to Snape, redarguere. 

Hebbe-bIqaj^e, ferula, a. 
to Escape, aufugire, euadire. 

In appe. 

A Cappe, pileus, i, hirrus, i. 
A Crape, mica, gramum, f . 
A "Flajpte, fiaheUum, i. 
A Gappb, vacuum, interuaUum. 
A Mappe, mappa, pa. 
A Nappe, dormitatiuncula, a. 
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A Enappe, apex, verrueaj a, 
A Lappe, ara, premium, i. 
A Pappe, mamma, a, vher, 

Tawb, pappa, a. 
A Eappb, pultatio, onis, 
A Snappe, idem. 
y« Sappe, suher, iucetu, u 
A Stlaj^vb, f&rma, fi^a, a. 
A Snappe, ewreptio, onin, hoe. 
A Swappe, perotmio, exemo. 
A Taj^ve, JUtula, eputomium. 
A Thappe, traneena, deeipula. 
to Clappe hands, plaudere. 
to ¥LATVVi, Jlahellare. 
to Nappe, dormitare, 
to Eappe, pultare, 
to Hap, chaunce, contingere, 
to Happe, couer, tegere, velare. 
to Lappe, lingere, 
to Lap np, reuoluhe, 
to Snappe, pultare. 
to Tappe, Jlsiuiam addhre. 
to Trappe, irretire, deeipere, 
to Wappe, motare, agitare. 
to "Wkappe, inu/oluere. 

(JoLDioTAP, herb, «ytt'm^«m. 
A MfsHAPPS, infortunium, if. 
A PlxTAP, eallopodium, i. 
y« WfiTDLAPPE, lingula, a. 

PebhIppe, ^or^^, fortasse. 
to BetbIppe, irreiire,eireumuemre. 
to IntrIppe, fV^tfm. 
to MissEHAPP, fmi^ verUre. 

In aple. 

An Apple, ^amum, i. 
An Apple b:^, pomus, i, hoe. 
A Maple tr6e, oe^r, ^«, A^ee;. 
y« Staple of a doore, eapulum, i. 
y« Geaple of a ship, harpago, inis, 
luee. 

In apte. 

AiTE, aptue, a, idoneui, a. 
Apt, ns also the signe of verb- 

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Apt to be taught, dociUi, e. 
Apt to be red, legihilit, $. 

There bee also many other that end in 
apte, by turning ed, into U: ba, 

Gaptb, for capped, pileatus, a. 
TTapte, for happed, tectus, a, 
velatus, a. 

A ante E. 

Caee, eura, a, eogitatio. 
AnHABE, lepui, oris, hie. 
A Mabe, equa, a. 
A %EAB:R,^esli,diui9io,poriio,(mi9, 
A Pabe, par, oris, hoe. 
A Snabb, laqueus, i. 
to Babe, denudare. 

Abe, 9umu8, eitit, su$U. 
to Cabe, eurare. 
to Dabe, aud^e. 
to Pabe, voZ^^. 
to Pabb, minuh'e. 
to Snabe, illaqueare. 
to Spabe, parehre. 
to SaxjABE, quadrare. 
to Stabb, inspiehre. 

Babe, nu^iM, d. 

B.ABB, rortM, ra. 

SaxjABE, quadraius, a. 
A Stabe, 8tumu8, ni. 

Tabes, tfrutfrn, oro^tiM, »'. 

Wabb, (^au^iM, prudent. 
AnALTABB, o/^tf, M, ora. 
A PRiKABB, horarium, rif. 
A VfcABE, vicarius, ria. 
to DeclIbb, exponere. 
to PbepIbb, praparare. 

YnitIbb, ineauius, a. 
A MoBTABE, mor^on'tim. 

MoBTABE, ^onnm^tim, i . 
A EiLDFABE, iurdue, di. 
A CI:llabb, eeUaria, ria. 
A CoLLABB, collare, ris, hoe. 
A S6llabb, iolarium, rij. 
A Bladdabe, rMk»i, «i8. 
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A Heckfabe, hunHay iuumea. 
A LizAJLB, laprosuSf ia, 
A LoLLAREy scismatieuB, ea» 

FoPLABB, populWf if hoc. 

StjQAJBLE, aaccarum, «. 

PectJliabe, peetdiaris, $, 

'KtQTTLAXEf repuhrii, $, 

Secuxabb, seculans, $. 

SfNGXTLABE, singularity e. 

Deboiyabe, morigerui, a. 

In arre. 

A Babbe, veetisy peiBulus, 
A Cabbe, ourruBy us. 
y« doore babbe, eardoy vertigo. 
A Pabbe, par, aris, hoc. 
A ScABBE, cicatrix, icis, hoc. 
A Sfabbe, asser, iris, hie. 
A Stabbe, Stella, a, sydus, 

Tabbe, piXf icis, hoc. 

Wabbe, heUum, t . 
to Babbe, ohdhe. 
to Tabbe, dissonare. 
to Mabbe, corrumpere. 
to Nabbe, ringere. 
to Sfabbe, as cocks do, conJUgere, 
to "Wabbe, heUigerare. 

Fabbe, procul, hnge. 

In arbe. 
Bttbabbe, Ehdbarhum, i. 
In arble. 

A Babble, fishe, harho, onis, hie. 
Marble, stone, marmor, dris, hoc. 

m 

In arche. 

An Abche, arcus, us, hie. 

March, a month, J/amtM, •', hie. 
to Fabche, incrustare. 

In arde. 

A Cabds, charta, a. 
A Gabde of men, comitatus, us, hie. 
A Gabd of a garment, fimhriale, 
is, hoe. 
Labbs, lardum, i. 



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A Shabde, testa, rudvLS, eris, hoc. 
A Wabde, pupill, pupiUus, i. 
A Wabde, prison, custodia, m. 
to Cabde woll, earminare, peetere. 
to Gabde, communire. 
to "Wabde, tutare, protegere. 

Habde, durus, a. 
AnAwjlBDE, arhitramentum, i. 
A BlsTABDE, spurius, a. 
A STAin)ABDE, signum, vexillum, f . 
A BoGOABDE, spectrum, i. 
A Bi^siABD, huteo, picus, f. 
A CowABDE, cohardus, timidnsy a. 
A DXsTABDE, idem. 
A DfsABDE, pantomimus, sannio. 
A Dt^LLABDE, hebes, etis, tardus, a. 

Backwabd, retrorsum. 

FoBWABD, antrorsum. 

DowNEWABDE, deoTsum. 

Vpwabde, sursum. 

SfDEWABDE, lateraliter. 
A Bazelabde, ensis, gladiolus. 
A C(5sTABDE, artogala, a. 
A GuBNABDE, fish, capo, onis, hie. 
An Haskarde, j^ro^^ortus, ignohilis. 
y« TTazabt) play, alearum Indus. 
AnHoPTABDE, lupuletum, i. 
A Ltbabde, leopardus, a. 
A Lf SARDE, lacertus, a. 
A LxncBABDE, longohardus. 
A MiLABDE, anas, atis, hie. 

Mi^sTABDE, sinapium, i. 
A NfooABDE, parous, i. 
An CyBCHABDE, pomarium. 
A Pf LCHABDE, gerres, is, haleeula, a. 
A PoTCHABDE, tcsta, a, rudus, eris. 
y« Berewabde, post prindpia. 
A BeoXrde, respectus, us. 
A BewXrde, munxxs, eris, donum, 

hoe. 
A SiTJEGABBE, sscuritas, tuiameU' 

turn. 
A ScIbabde, vagina, a. 
A Shepabde, opilio, eustos, odis. 
A SLVQQAJaj>,deses,idis,somnulentuB. 

Spikenabdb, asarum, spica, a. 
A SxiwABD, procurator, esconomus. 



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A TIbabde, timpanum, 

A TXnkabde, amphora, eatharMA, t. 

A Wf SABDE, augur, urU, hie, hoc. 

to AwjUu)E, arhitrari, adiudicare. 

to loPABDE, pericUiari. 

to EewXed, remunerare, 

to EegXede, curare, asitmare, 

Feowabde, prauus, a. 

TowABD, ingenuuB, a. 

rirwAEDE, intrinseeus, a. 

OuTWABDE, extrinseeuB, a, 

XJnhIm), moZ/w, «. 

Httheewabd, Awtf. 

Thtthehwakd, *7/wtf. 

"WHiTHEBWiLRDE ? quormmf 

A Fasdls, sareinula, a. 
A TTakdle, ^a^y ^uAi, a, 

A DwABFEy naniMy ^omtin^o. 
A QuABFE, partus, U8, hie. 

Dabfe, stubborn, pertinax, oh- 
duratvLB. 

In aige. 

A Baboe, eimha, a, remulcuSf i . 
A Chasoe, eura, mandatum. 
Laboe, largus, amplus, a. 
to Ghaboe, mandare, 
A DiscslBOE, inhihitio, ahsolutio, 
J* Lethaboe, lethargue, i. 
to DischIboe, inhihere, ahBohtere. 
to EkuLboe, ampliare. 

In ai^le. 

y« Gabgle, gwrgulio, onis^ hie. 
to Gabole, gargari%are. 

In arke. 

An Abttr, archa, a. 

y« Babb of a tr^e, cortex, iei$, hie, 

Cabke, care, cura, cogitatio. 
A Clabke, elerieui, i, 
A Labee, alauda, a, galarita, m, 
A Mabbe, signum, seopus, i. 
A Pabbe, damarium, viuarium, 
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Wabke, ache, dolor, oris, hie. 

Dabbe, ohseurnB, ealigino»U8. 
to Babke, latrare. 
to Babbe a ts^e, deeorticare. 
to Cabbe, care, cogitare, accurare, 
to Mabbe, signare, notare. 
to Mabbe, b^ede, auscultare. 
to Habbe, audire, auseultare. 

Stabbe, stiffe, rohustus, a. 
A Monabbe, monarcha, a, hie, 
A FiTBiABBE, patriareha, <b, hie. 

In arkle. 

A Sfabble, seintilla, mica, a, 
to Spabele, seintiUare, micare. 

In arle. 

A Cable, rustieus, a. 
Hable, tnarga, a, 
to Hable, trahkre, 
to Snable, eontrah^e. 

In anne. 

AnAjLKB, hraehium, i, 

Babke, Jlos e&ruisia, 
A Chabme, incantatio, onis, 
A Fabke, henefieium, i, 

Habme, iniuria, noeutnentum, 
A SwABME, exatnsn, inis, hoe, 
to Abme, armare, 
to Chabme, incantare, 
to Habme, nocSre, 
to SwABME, eonfluhre, 
to "Wabme, calef ochre, 

Wabme, calidus, tepidus. 

In ame. 

A Babke, horreum, i. 
y« Habne, cerebrum, «. 
A Tabne, meare, etagnum, i, 
Tabne, JUum, penea, arum, 
to Wabne, tnonSre, 
to FoBEwlBNE, pramondre. 

In arpe. 

A Cabfe, arpio, hurharue, i. 
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y« Wabpe of a web, stamen^ inisy 
hoe. [/an. 

to Cabpe, talke, coUoqui, eonfdbu- 
to Hakpe, If/rare, eitharizare. 
to Shabpe, aetth'e. 
to Warp an egge, ouum ponere. 
to "Warp, as wodde, inuerUre, 

Sharpe, aoutuSy a. 
A "WooDWARPE, nemorarius. 

In arse. 

An Arse, podex, anus, t. 

A Barse, fishe, tincha, a. 

A Qabse or gOBhe, indsuray vulnus. 

to Disparse, disp$rgere, dissipare. 

to IiTFARSE, inforcire, intrudSre, 

In arte. 

An Arte, ars, artis, scienUa, a, 

A Darte, sptculum, %. 

A Carte, ourrus, us. 

A Farte, crepitus, merda, a. 

AnHARTE, eoTy eordisy hoc. 

An Hart, a beast, ceruus, 4. 

A Marte, hos saginattAS. 

A Parte, pars, partis, hac. 

A Tarte, chanona, a. 

A Warte, verruca, a. 

y* Smart of a wound, astus, us. 

to Darte, sagittare, iaeulari. 

to Parte, pedere. 

to Barte, animare. 

to Parte, partire. 

to Smarte, astuare, doUre. 

to Starte, dissilire. 

A D(5llarte, A^5tf0, tardus^ a. 

y« PoREPART, jt?ar« anterior. 

An HlLBART, /a^, a/(;t«, A<stf. 

A MoLWART, talpa, pee. 

A TIbarte, tympanum, ni. 

A E£d8tarte, ruticilla, a. 

A WiGSTARTE, motaciUa, la. 

A WoDWARTE, saltuarius, ria. 

to DepIrt, deoedere. 

to OuerthwArte, ohUquare. 
Otterthwarxe, obliquus, a, 
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A Garth, orchard, pomarium, i. 
y« Harth of a fyre, focarium, i. 
A Chtjrche garth, ccemiterium, i. 
y« WoDGARTH, ligarium, i. 

There be dyuers other ending in arth, 
names of places, where thin^ growe, or be 
kept, as these Mowing and suche other. 

An Applegarthe, pomarium, i. 
y« Caulgarthe, herbarium, i. 
y« Hbrbegarth, idem, olerarium, i. 
y« LiEKEGARTH, porretum, i. 
y« LiLTGARTH, UUstum, i. 

&c. Whose latine as the examples de- 
clare, doth ende in avium, in et%im, or in, 
»fe, as, 

ye Sh£epgarth, outU, is, hoc. 
yfi CowGARTH, houiUf is, hoe. 

In arue. 

to Carue wood, insculpere. 

to SwARTTE, aberrare. 

to Starxie, interire,' algere, 

A ante S. 

AnAssE, asinus, i. 

Brassb, as, oris, hoe. 

Glasse, vitrum, i. 
A Glasse, speculum, %. 

Grasse, gramen, inis, hoe. 
A Masse, massa, a. 
y® Masse, missa, a. 
ye Tasse of a purse, appendix, ieis, 

hac. 
to Basse, kisse, basiare, exoseulari. 
to Passe, praterire. 
to QuAssE, ingurgitare. 

As, vt, sicut, ^, ac. 

Was, eram, eras, erat. 
A CoHPASSE, eireuitus, us. 

G60SORA8SE, aliscon, i, hoe. 

EfBGRASSE, plantago, inis, hae. 
A Wfin)LASSE, traetorium, toUo, 
onis. [dere. 

to C61CPASSE, eireuire, eomprehm.- 
to OuERPlssE, praterire. 
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BiAfmeoRASSEy trifolium, t. 
In aahe. 

An AsHEy fraxinuSf «, hoe. 
A Dashs, lobes, (upersio, onis. 
A Gashe, incisio, vulnua, eris, 
to Dashs, aspmrgere. 
to Gashe, ineidire, 
to Gnashe, atridire, 
to Mashe, miscSre. 
to Washe, ^Mdr^. 

Bashe, UfMrariuSf a. 
to AfiASHS, itupefacers. 

In aake. 

to AsiE, rogare, quar$re. 

to Taske, taxare. 

to MASKR^vicariiupenonasinthm'e, 

An Aske, efte, <m^, nf m, Au;. 

A LaSKE, ^ttdPtM, t(«. 

A Masse, /im^ ^^inia^iM. 
A Taske, taxatio, antSy hoe. 

A TaSKE to d0|, jT^MMy <9, INfl, f . 

Dakasxe, dalmaticum sericum, 

to Easklb, pandieidari. 
In ade. 

AnHAJBLE, coryluBy i, hoc. 
A Tasls, virga pcuioris. 

In aspe. 

A Claspe,/^/0, (8. 

AhHaspe, vertibulum, i, 

A Waspe, rMpa, <e. 

to Claspe, c(mfibular$, daud&re. 

to Haspe, ohsirare. 

to Gaspe, hiiceref hiare. 

In ast. 

A Blast, ^lamm, Jlaim^ us, 
A East, f^unttfrn, i . 

Mast, gl4M*, andts, hoe. 
to Fast, teiunare. 
to Last, durare. 

Last, vfttmtM, a. 

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At Last, demum, deniqxxB. 

Bf PAST, preUritxM, a. 

Hlin)FAST, desponsatus, a. 

SniMEFAST, ruhictmdus, pudicus. 

^oorrKFJiSi, fidelis, fidm, a. 

StIidfast, stabiUs, e, 

YnshImefast, impudicWf a. 

Vnsoothfast, infidelis, 0, 

Ynstedfast, instahilis, 0, 
to Foeecast, prauidh'e. 
to OuERcisTE, o^m^or^. 
AnOuTcXsT, dbiectm, a. 
to HAin)FAST, desponsare. 

Agast, itupifaeiuSf a. 

Some of them that are written in aat, 
are pronounced as if they were written in 
aaste, as these that folow and other. 

"HASTEf festinaiio, onis, hie. 

Paast, gluten, inis, hoe. 
j^ Taste, guattu, us. 

Waste, eonsumptio, onia, 
to Baste, linire. 
to Chaste, eastigare. 
to Faaste, oonglutinare. 
to Taste, gusiare. 
to Waste, cansumere. 

Vnchast, ineantinens. 

Moreoner those Participles that end pro- 
prely in need, or need, may in meter ende 
in a«t, as pleast, pleased, piaeatm, east, 
for eased, r#mtMiM, ua, Ac 

In ase. 

y« Base parte, basis, solum, i. 

y« Case of a bowe, oasa, a, theea, $. 

A Case, cause, eausa, materia. 

A CmLSE, fugaiio, fuga, a. 

A Blase, ^mm«, a. 

A Phease, phrasis, is, h4ee. 

A Ease, stadium, oursus, us. 

A Wase, cireus, i. 

Pase, Easter, paseha, atis, hoe, 
to Chase, /ti^artf. 
to Blase, eflammare. 
to Glase, tnuitriare. 
A CIecase, corpus, cadau&r. 
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to PtfBGHAas, potirt, aeqwrh'$, 

A antfe T. 
In atte. 

A Batte, hactUm, i, 
A Bbatte, panniculus, ». 
A Catte, felsSf w, eattus. 
A Eat or a vat, oreula, a, 
A Gnatte, puleXf ieis, hie. 
An Hatte, gakruBf i, 
A Matte, matta^ <e. 
A Plat of ground, poriio terra. 
A Ratte, 8oreXy His^ hoe, 
A T&ATTE, anu8, us, hoe. 
A Watte, Upus, orts, hie. 

Fatte, pinguid, ^ erassHS. 

Flatte, planus^ a, 0ftfu«, a. 

Platte, playne, idem^ pkmus, a. 
to Batte, beate, /utf^^oTtf, tundere. 
to Beatte, poMneuHs eircmadare, 
to Fatte, saginare. 

ScRATTE, seabere. 
to Ceatte, garrire. 

At, o^, o^e^. 

That, i?^, cam. 

That, ^tioe^, mim. 

That, quiy qua, quod, rela. 

What? quid, 
A PlBAT, psitaeusy a. 
A PoLOAiTE, marte9, m, A^e^. 
A Babbattb, eumeultUf t. 

E6kat, herb, «rtf(?(i, <9. 
An Hublebatte, adides, m, ^<8^. 
A Eackat, reticulum, i. 

Somewhat, nonnihU, dliquid. 

Somewhat is tl lo the signe of diminu- 
tine adiectiues, &c. 

SoMWHAT redde^ rubeUus, ruhi- 

cundvLs. 
SoMWHAT better, meliuseuhta, a. 
SoMWHAT tender, tenellua, a, 
SoHWHAT seleitder, idem fori. 
SoicwHAT reddish, rvhelku, a. 
SojfEWHAT whitifdi, MiduSj da. 

Somewhat laltish, looke dimiiiitiues 
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In atehe. 
A Batche, formentum, i. 
An Hatche, portella, <b. 
A Latche, vertthulum, i. 
A Matche, lichnus, t. 
A Matche, eocequalis, e. 
A I^ATCHE, ineisura, a. 
A Patche, cento, onie, partteuia. 
A Watche, vigilia, m. 
y« Hatches of a ship, fori, orum. 
to Catche, caper e, compreheodere. 
to Hatch eggs, oua exclude. 
to Matche, adaquare. 
to I^ATCHE, incidire. 
to Patche, sardrCy reparare. 
to ScBATCHE, ecabire, sealp^e. 
to Thatche, tegh'e. 
to Watche, vigilare. 
to D18PATCHE, expedire. 
to OxTEEMATCHE, superore, 

to OlTEBCATCHE, OSSOqui, 

VincATCHB, inequaHs, e. 
In attle. 

A Battle, tomtrum, i. 

A Wattle, rod, i>ibex, ide^ hie. 

y« Wattle of a hog, neuus^ t. 

to Battle dothes, exeutere. 

to Battle commons, eumhre. 

to Thattle, garrire. 

to Prattle, idem. 

to Tattle, idem. 

to Wattle a house, gratire. 

to Battle, coneutere, Umiiare. 

In ath. 

A Batth, halneum, therma. 
A Patth, callis, is, semita, a. 
A Laith, aaser, eris, hie. 
A Watthe, foorde, vadum, i. 
to Batth, halneare. 

In athe. 
Scathe, hurte, nocummtuai,dam' 



Wrath, ira, m, indignaUo. 
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to Swaths, fasoiare. 



In ate. 



A 
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Date, dactilus, t. 

State, status, us, conditio. 

Gate, porta, a, ianua, a. 

Grate, cratsSy is, hoc. 

Mate, socius, sodalis, is. 

Pate, caput, itis, hoc, 

ScATE, fishe, hatis, raia, (b. 

Slate, tyle, tegvXa, a, later ^ oris. 

Spate, torrens, entis, hie. 

Tatb, Jihra, a. 

Late, serus, a, tardus, a, 
to Hate, odisse, inuiddre. 
to Peate, garrire, 
to Eate, estimarCf taxare. 

In athe. 

to Scathe, nocire. 
Scathe, noeumentum. 
Wbathe, ira, a, iraeundia, 

A Cii KATE, cUma, atis, hoe, 

A DebIte, lis, itis, iurgium, i, 

AnAsBATE, abhas, atis, hie. 

AnEsiiTE, status, us, dignitas, 

A LeoIte, legatus, i. 

A Pb&late, prelatus, i, 

the SENATE, senatus, us, 

A Dt^OLATE, ducutus, us. 

to AbIte, suhduohe, remittere, 

to DebIte, diseutcre. 

to DilIte, dilatare, ampliare. 

to IneuLte, inflare. 

to QulDRATE, guadrare, 

to Pr6bate, probare. 

InflIte, injlatus, a, 

Obsate, omatus, a. 

Pbiuate, priuatus, a. 

Pbostrate, prostratus, a. 
' KenIte, renatus, a. 

"FbHsirate, frustratus, a. 

H60GATES, how ? guomodo f 

Howoates, idem, 

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DiiJCATE, deUeatus, moUii, 
A MiGisTRATE, magistratus, us. 
A Potentate, potens, magnas, 
A Primate, primas, atis, hie, 
A Kt^NAOATE, apostata, a, hie. 
to DEDICATE, dedieare. 
to Dnrt^LGATE, diuulgare. 
to DiRiTTATE, deriuare, 
to Alternate, altemare, 
to DEROGATE, derogare. 
to flDucATE, educare. 
to ^MTTLATE, cmulari. 
to £xECRATE, exeerari, 
to Explicate, explieare, 
to Abdicate, abdicare. 
to Abrogate, abrogare. 
to AndMBRATE, adumbrare, 
to Affectate, affectare. 
to Altercate, altercari, 
to Apostate, apostatare, 
to BerIte, expostulare, 
to BRiuiATE, abbreuiare. 
to CiLEBRATE, celebrorc. 
to CoNiuGATE, eoniungare, 
to CRtJciATE, cruciare. 
to £rogate, erogare, 
to Estimate, astimare, 
to FlTiOATE, fatigare. 
to rmTATE, imitari, 
to ruPETRATE, impstrore, 
to Nominate, nominare, 
to Moderate, moderare, ri. 
to Tncrepate, inerepare. 
to iNCRtJsTATE, incrustorc, 
to Inc(5lcate, inculeare. 
to Tnstigate, instigare. 
to Tterate, iterare, 
to rNNouATE, tnnottar^. 
to Tntjocate, inuoeare, 
to Mediate, tnadiari. 
to Mlj)iTATE, meditari. 
to Mitigate, mitigare, 
to (Yppilate, oppilare. 
to C(rdinate, ordinare. 
to PENETRATE, penstrore, 
to PERPETRATE, perpstrore. 
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to PopxjiATE, populari. 
to PfiiDicATE, predtears. 
to Pk6ceeate, procreare, 
to Peoflioate, profligare. 
to Peouocate, prouocare, 
to Peopagate, propagare, 
to KicEEATE, recreare. 
to RiPLiCATE, replicare, 
to BiPUTATE, astimare, 
to RiuocATE, reuocare, 
to SlTiATE, saturare. 

to SlTUEATE, M^m, ploCOTe. 

to SiPEEATE, seperare. 
DiucATE, mo//w, w. 
Eff^ikinate, effbsmtnattUf a, 
TSKTrnfATB, fortunattu, a. 
MEDIATE, mediates, a. 
MoDEEATE, moderatus, a. 
Tnceeate, increatusy a, 
Inix^eate, indurattiSf a. 
'Fo'BLTxrsATE, fortunatuSf a, 
CfuDTNATE, ordinatuSf a, 
TliMPEEATE, temperatusj a. 
TiMOEATE, timoratu9. 
MEDIATE, mediatus, a, 
MinrrlTE, meditatus, a. 
Obstinate, perttnax, data. 
Ordisaxe, ordtnatus, regtdarts. 

to Abbe£uiatb, abhreutare, 

to Abhominate, abhominari. 

to AcciLEEATE, occelerors. 

to Acc6icM0DATE, occommodore. 

to ContIminate, eontaminare. 

to Denominate, denominars. 

to Deo£neeate, degenerate. 

to Dilapidate, dilapidare. 

to ExlsPEEATE, exaeperare, 

to Excogitate, excogitare, 

to ExcEtJciATE, excrueiare. 

to ExoNEEATE, exonerure. 

to ExoscuLATE, exosculoTt. 

to Extenuate, ear^^uortf. 

to Ext Geminate, exterminare, 

to ImIginate, imaginari. 

to Incoepoeate, incorporare. 

to In£bbiate, inehriare, 

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to iNsf HULATE, insimulore. 
to iNSTfifULATE, inuinstimulare. 
to iNTjisTiGATE, inuestigoTe. 
to iNTjfGiLATE, inutgilare. 
to OccASioNATE, occosionore. 
to PaetI crpATE, partictpare. 
to PEf ciPiTATE, praeipitare. 
to PEEDisTiNATE, prodestttMre, 
to Peopoecionate, propartionare. 
to Reg^neeate, regenerare. 
to ReIteeate, reiterare. 
to RediJplicate, reduplicare. 
to IlEPtJDiATE, repudiare. 
to KEuiEBEEATE, reuerheroTe, 

IicMtDiATE, immediatuSf ta, 

IhmIculate, immaculatus, ta. 

Imkodeeate, immoderatus, ta. 

Impoetunate, importunuB, ta. 

Infoetttnate, infortunatus, a. 

Inoedinatb, %nordinatu8y a. 

iNTiKPEEATE, tntemperatus, ta. 

iNufoLATE, tnuiolatus, ta. 

Opp6eti7nate, opportunus, na. 
Many other may be ended in ate, as, 

efflagiiare, efflagitatus^ ta. 

A ante, V. 
/n ana 
A Catje, ^tftiMr, ^, antrum^ trt. 
A Knaue, nehuloy seurra^ a, hie. 
A Slatte, v^m^, tnanctpium, n. 
A Teaxte, numellt, numella. 

Teaites, tiim, numelli, orum. 
to Ceatje, rogitare. 
to Geatje, sculpere. 
to Hatje, habere. 
to Patte, stemh-e pauimsntum, 
to Ratte, dementire. 
to Satje, saluare, eeruare. 
to Shaue, radkre, 
to Waue, mouere. 

Beatje, tpUndidue, da. 

Geatje, grauie, grandia. 

Laue eiu^, planduSf da. 

to InGEAXTE, tW^tf^^tf. 

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the letter Wy oaimot be put for v, neyther 
can the letter v, bee pat for u>, in those 
that end in awe : neither can the one of 
them at any time be pat for the other so 
oft as a Towell foloweth them bycause 
they both haue diu^^ significations, and 
also require contrary Toice in pronuntia- 
tion, as in these six foUowing/or example. 

SAtmf G of sane, saluans, sahatio. 
KouiNG of roue, predatio. 
Lotting of loue, amans, amatio. 

But 
Sawing of saw, aeminatio. 
Rowing of row, remigatio. 
Lowing of low, hoatio. 

But whensoeuer in the same word the 
nexte letter following is a consonante, 
then may ye indifferently write v, or it, 
as dmube or dawbe : laud§, or latode, atout, 
or tiotot, kudst or letcde, &c. But yet 
bycause this is the first place wee descnbe 
all suche wordes by these that end in 
an, hauing a consonant next letter as 
foloweth. 

In aube or in awbe. 

to Dawbe, ohlinire. 
to Daxtbe, idem» 

In aude or in awde. 

A Battbe, mereiriXf leno. 

A Gavbe, toy, scomma, nuga^ ga. 

Laude, lausy laudisy ?ub€. 
to Gaxtde scoffe, soommarif nugari. 
to Lattse, laudare. 
to Defeaude, defraudare. 
A CosBAXJDE, mirgmmay €S. 

In aule or awle. 

A AuLs, SuhuUij a, 

y« Caule of y« belly, omentum, ti, 

A Caule, pen, catdaj la, 

A Cattle of the bed, capitakf oa- 

pillare, ris, hoc. 
A Natjle, tdemj quod aule. 
y« ScATTLE, scabies, ei, hdc. 
A ScATTLE, rixosa tnulier, 
to Battle, voeiferare. 
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to Cbattle, rephre, serph'e, 
to ScATTLE, rixari. 

Thbattle, olmoxius, subdHus. 

In aulme. 

y« Cattlme, sudum, eauma, aiis. 
Calme, serenus, tranquilluSf a. 

In aulte. 

A Vattlt, arcus, cue, fornix. 
to Vattlt, arcuari. 

In aune or awne. 

A Bawne, balneum. [callum. 

Bbawne, omto eallata, aprina, 
A Flattns custard, galatyrium. 
A Faune, hinnulus, li. 
A Lawne, synodon, onisy hoc. 
A Pawne, pignusy 6ris, hoe. 
y« Spatjne of fiflhe, fatusy us, 
auxuma. 

In aune. 

to Fattne, adulari. 
to Awne, vendicare. 
to Pattite, pignorare. 
to Sfattne, oua gignare. 

In auke, or in awke. 

AuHauile, oceipiteTy trtSy hie. 
to Hattks, aueupari. 
A SplEHAmLB, nimsy i. 
An HoBTHATTXE, alondoriuSy i. 

A MiULTNHATTKE, alictUSy %. 

A GosHATTKE, folcOy 6ms, hie. 
Dattks, w^ede, zimnia, a. 

In ause or awse. 

A Cattsb, causa, resy ei. 
A Clause, clausulay ke. 
y« Chawes, fauces, eium, ha, 
A Pause, pausa, a. 

Sause, comdimentum, i. 
to Cause, eausare, facere. 
to Pause, pausare. 
to Sause, conddre. 

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In anght. 
Caught, eaptuSf a, 
Raught, prehensttSf a, 
Tatjght, doctus, a. 
VntIttght, indoctusy i. 
MisTiuGHT, immorigerMj ra. 

In angh. 

Dauohe, fermenium, ti. 
to Laugh, r%d^$. 

Haute, elatuSf a. 

& si qua alia sunt huiusmodL 

These folowing in awe, cannot for the 
eauses aforesayde in the note of ane, be 
written in, ane, for in all these, w hath 
a Towel after it, by which Towel derioa- 
tions be made, w being stil Tnchanged, as 
of ehawj ehawed, chawing ^ ehawery &c. 

A Clawe, vnguis, falx, cisy hoc. 
A Dawe, comix, icis, hoc. 

Daw or DAXjan^ferinafermetUata. 
An Hawe, moriM sentis. 
y« Chaweboite, falx, mandthulum, 
A Law, lex, igis, hac, 
y« Mawe, ventriculuSy lu 
A Steaw, calamus, arista, a. 

Strawe, stramen, inis, hoc. 
to Awe, dehire, 
to Clawe, scabh'c. 
to Chawe, mandhre, moUre, 
to Drawe, trahh-e. 
to Mawe, swcidkre. 
to Sawe corne, seminare, 
to Sawe wood, sarrare, discindhre, 
to Steawe, stemhe, 
to Tawe leather, alutam operari, 
to Theawe, cast, iactare, mittkre. 
to Thbaw or tume, tornare. 
to Wawe as a cat, lallare. 

Rawe, crudus, a, 
A LlckdIw, comicuU, a. 
AnO^UTLAWE, exul, ulis, 

BawwIwe, spoken of one that 
talketh to no purpose, 
to OxjTLAwE,exterminare,pro8enbere, 
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Note, that when a coffsonmt foloweih 
w, as dawbe, lawde and sach other: y« 
mnst seeke tiiem in A, ante Y, as dMti0, 
laude &c. And write whether yee will. 

A, ante X. 

An Ate, seeHris, is, hac. 

Flaxe, linum, t. 
A Laxe, fluxus ventris. 

Waie, cara, (B. 
to "Waxe, cresch-e. 

Lot £ desinentia. 
In 6e 
A BiE, apes, is, hae> 
A FliE alowed, efHolummtum, ti. 
An Eye, oculus, t. 
A FLts, musca, a. 

GlIie, mirth, gaudium, 1. 

HiE, ills, is, 

SntE, ilia, ea. 
A Teee, arbor, dris, hoe. 

W±E, tws. 

YtE, vos, 
to BtB, esse. 
to Db^e, last, durars. 
to FlIie, volare, fughre. 
to Glj&e, lippire. 
to StE, vidSre, cemhe. 
to Fl^e, flea, necare, interfichre. 

FatE, liher, kra. 

FlIe, astutus, a, calidus, a, 

ThrIie, tres, a, trium. 
An^TBtE, axis, is, hie. 
A Decb^e, decretum, ti. 
A DEGEfeB, gradus, us. 
An Hiw tb£e, sentis, is, hie. 
to AobIie, conuenire. 
to DecbIie, decem^e. 
to FoBES±E, providSre, 
to MiSGB^E, dissentire. 
to OuEBstE, Buperintendire. 
to OuebsIle, omittkre. 

E ante B. 
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A Webbe, tela, a. 

to Ebbe, reflt^re. 

A CopwEBBE, tela, aranea. 

In eble. 

FI:ebi3, imhecillis, e, 
A Pebble, stone, ealcfdtu, It. 

E ante C. 
In ecke. 
A Becke, nuttM, U8f hie, 
A Pecke, satum, i, 
A Specxe, centOf anis, hie. 

Blecke, bleche, atramentum, ti. 
to Becxe, nukre, annuere. 
to Blecke, bletch, nigrare. 

In eckle. 

A Peckle, macula, e. 

A Ebecele, neuus, i. 

A Specsxe, macula, a. 

An Heckle, pecten, inis, hoe. 

to Peckle, maculare. 

to Speckle, idem. 

to BQecbxb, pecth'e. 

Looke mo in E ante K. 

In ecte. 
A Secte, secfa, a. 
An Affect, affection, affectus, us. 
An Effect, ende, effectus, w#. 
AjiAbiect, dbiectuB, a, 
A DefIictb, defectus, us. 
A Pnospto, prospectus, us. 
A RESPicT, respectus, us. 
A SuspicT, suspitio, dnis. 
A St^BiECT, subditus, subieetus, a. 
to CobbIict, corrig^e. 
to DiEfiCT, dirighre. 
to El^cte, elig^e. 
to DETtcTE, detegkre. 
to EppfiCTE, efficlre. 
to NEOLtcTE, negligee. 
to OBitcT, ohifoere. 
to PbospIicte, prospieh'e. 
to Peotect, protigire. 
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to BEil:cn, reijcere. 
to RESPfiCT, respichre. 
to SuspicT, suspicari. 
to Eb£cte, erighre. 
to Affect, afficere. 

CfECUMSPECT, • circumspeetus, 

Imp^bfect, imper/ectus, a. 

StJbiect, subditus, ta. 

Vnpekfect, imper/ectus, a. 

In 6ece. 

A N£ece, neptis, tis, hoe. 
A El£ece, vellus, eris, hoe. 
A GbIibce, gradus, dus, hie. 
A PiECB, jt?ar«, partis, hoc. 
A PtECB, massa, ssa, 
to PiECE, sarcire, superaddere. 

In eche. 

A Bech tr6e, /flfl^w, ^t, A<«j. 
A BeI:ech, lumoare, femurale. 
A Leche, surgeon, chirurgus, gi. 
A Leche, sanguist^ga, a. 
to Bleche, albicare. 
Eche, omiiM, quilibet. 

E ante D. 
/n edde. 
A Bedde, ^(^^tM, ^3»^, M, ^. 
A Stebde, ^raAa, Aes. 
A Wedde, pignus, ndris, hoe, 
to Shed, effitnd^e. 
to Sheed, mtnti^tf. 
to Wedde, ducdre vxorem. 
to Yedde, chide, iurgare. 

Bbedde, genitus, ortus, ta. 

Gledde, vestitus, ta. 

Ledde, ductus, eta. 

B.EDDE, ruber, bra. 

Keddb, lectus, a. 

Shedde, /tMiM, ejffusus, sa. 

Sheed, comminutus, ta. 

Spbede, stratus, pansus, sa. 
A KfNBED, cognatio, tribus, us. 
A HtJNDBED, centum. 

Aged, annosus, senex, nis. 

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BXgged, grauida^ da, 
Rioosn, cmtosua, sa. 
BiRBiED, phaleratuSf ta. 
Babded, idem. 
CAvTKEDj ferruginoiuSf a. 
CAJTKKEDf fix)ward, prauui, a. 
Copped, cri%tatus, ta. 
Hedeo with yron, prapilatus, ta. 
Crabbed, froward, prauus^ iratus, 
CbXckbd, rimosus, ruptus, ta. 
CiJbled, crispuSf pa. 
Lettred, literatus, ta, 
MouLED, muciduSf da. 
NjCked, nudus, a, 
SLiCxED, remissus, a. 
Speckled, tnaculasus. 
P^NED in, inclusus, a, 
PANNED, writ, cohscriptuSy a. 
Rt^goed, pilo9us, a, 
Vgoed, fcBdus, a. 
TiaoED, laciniatus, infulatuB. 
BieGED, pannosus. 
GlBDED, cote, laciniatuB^ a. 
GtjIrded, communitus. 
LIbded, lardo adipatm. 
WlBDED, munitu9, atipatus. 
Lopped, tonstUf a. 
WfiircmD, misery a. 
SAt^sED, eondituSf a. 
FRfiocED unnatural, aliSnuSf a. 
Shrewd, prautu, malipnus. 
Asst^BED, eertuSf seeurusj a, 
Deforhed, deformity e, 
FlttrlIppsd, labiosusy a. 
Indebted, are alieno oppressue. 
IiTD^HNSD, indemnisy e, 
LIBELLED, infulatue, a, 
Ot7tkn6ed, varus, a, 
Otttey^d, strahus, ay straho, 
OuTBBiSTED, pectoTostUy a, 
OuTBiLiED, viscerosusy a. 
OiTTLfppED, lahioeusy a. 
Otjtbbowed, auperciliosusy a. 
YfsoBED, laruatusy a. 
Vnadthsed, ine<msultu»y a. 
YnabXshed, imp&reuUuBy a. 
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Ynblamed, inculpatusy a. 
Beheaded, capite truncatusy a. 
YnclIpped, intonaus, a. 
Yncoyned, rudis, e. 
Yncomed, incomptue, a. 
Yncomhended, illaitdatttSy a, 
Yncompanied, incomitatuSy a. 
Ynd^cked, incultue, a. 
YiTDEF^LED, ifiuiolatus, a. 
YnciJred, inaanatuSy a. 
Ynd^ed, won tinctusy a. 
Ynd^ NED, impransuSy a. 
Ynp^hered, implumisy e. 
YngrXnted, inconcessuSy a. 
Ynhorned, incornis, e. 
Ynl^rned, indoctusy a. 
YuxferTERED, illiteratuSy a. 
Ynl^ened, infermentacetMy a. 
Ynmabied, coeiehsy ibis. 
YnmInqled, immixtuSy a. 
Ynordbed, inordinatusy a. 
YnpIcifted, implacatusy a, 
YnpleIsed, idem. 
Yirp6LisHED, impolituSy a. 
YnprXtsbd, illaudatiiSy a. 
YnprepAred, imparatusy a, 
YnprobIted, improhatus, 
YiTPBOirfDED, improuisusy a, 
YjtpiJnished, impunitusy a. 
Ynrehoited, immotusy a. 
Ynrbxowned, incelehrisy e. 
YnrepjCbed, irreparatusy a. 
Ynbeuoked, irreuooahiliSy e. 
Ynsoked, insopitusy a. 
Ynsowed, insutilisy e. 
Ynsp^ckled, imfMctdatuSy a. 
Ynspotted, immactUatuSy a. 
YNSTtRBED, immotitSy a. 
Ynstopped, ineonfertuSy a, 
YnstJpped, incenatWy a. 
YntImed, indomitus. 
YntIsted, illihatusy a. 
Ynt^sted, intestatusy a," 
YnthItched, intectusy a, 
YntIlled, ineultusy a. 
Yktbaded, insoUnSy entit. 
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VntkImmed, ineoncinnus, a, 
Vntboubled, imperturhatus, a. 
VNTBtJssED, ineompactus. 
Vnw6aponed, inermusy is^ e. 
VnwItred, immaceratuSf a. 
YxwiKBED, itnmaculatus, a. 
VNwfuED, inttxoratuSf ccehhs. 
VktjIbied, intMriatuSf a, 
YKutwKDf tnastmattts, a, 
Vnuowed, inuotiuu8f a, 
VntJskd, inuisitatus, a. 
Vnwowbd, impetituSf a. 
VnwrIppkd, infaseialuSf a. 
Vktouched, intactus, a. 

There be also many other that ende in 
ed, but namely of two sortes, the one is 
of all pretertenses of verbes, both actiue 
andpasdue: as 

have LoTED, amaut, tsti, it, 
had Bedde, legeramy as, aL 
bene Blamed, culpatus/ui. 
was Tamed, domahar, ifo. 

The other is of Participles of the pre- 
tertenses, which for the most part end in 
ed, as 

Lotted, amatusy dilectm, 
Pbootjed, prohatusy a. 

To these also may we adde certain per- 
ticiples, whiche being formed of Substan- 
tiues, ende in ad, like participles, as, 

Headed of head, capitatuSy a, 
Eted, of eye, oculatus, a. 
Capped of cappe, piliattu, a. 
CoTED of cote, tunicatus. 

The latine of these for the most parte 
do ende in atusy as the examples declare. 

In edge. 

y« Edge, acie%y et, hac. 

An Hedge, sepMy is, Iubc, 

A Pledge, obsesy idisy hie, hoc. 

A Wedge, clauus, i. 

to Edge, dcuire, 

to Hedge, sepire. 

to Pledge, oppignorare. 

to yfijif^^y figkre, firmare. 

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A Colledge, collegium^ «• 
A PanjiLEDGE, priuilegium, •'. 

Knowledge, scieniia, a. 

FoBEKNowLEDGE, proscimtia, 
to ALLf:DG£, allegare, 
to Acknowledge, agnoseere. 

In ede or 6ed* 

A D^ED^y factum, actum. 

Dbede, mctus, us, timor. 

H£ede, animanduersio, 
A Eede, arundo, inis, hoe. 

8I:ede, semen, inie, hoc. 

SptEDE, expedimentum. 
A St^ede, sonipes, equue. 

A THRfiEDE,^ttm, f. 

A W^EDE, herha, a. 

M^EDE, meritum, ti. 

I^^EDE, optu, necessitas. 
to BatEDE, gignkre. 
to Bl^ede, sanguinare. 
to Dr^ede, timSre, metuhe, 
to FiiEDE, al^re, paech'e. 
to H^DE, aduerthe. 
to M^DE, egSre. 
to E^DE, hghre. 
to Shede, effundkre. 
to Sp^ede, expedire, maturare. 
to Thb^ede, acumfilo induckre. 
to WiEDE, aberuncare. 

GnfcEwiBDE, anagallis, idis, hie. 

Bloodw^ede, polygonon, ni, hoc. 
A Misd^ede, malefactum, eti. 
to Pboc^de, procedere. 
to SuccfeDB, su^cedhre. 
y« Breadth, latitudo, dinie. 
A Bedle, lictor, oris, hie. 

E ante F. 

In efte. 

AnEPTE, aspis, idis, hie. 
An Heft, manubrium, ij. 

TicEfT:, Jurtum, ti. 

"Wefte, wofte, stamen, inis, hoe. 

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Sefte, cribratus, ta. 

A Shepte, remsdium, dif. 

Clefte, soismsy ssa. 

In efe or 6efe, 
BiEFE, houina, a, bouillaf a. 

A GBisFBy morbus, dolor. 

A S^EFBy crtbrumy hri. 

A TntBFE, fur, uris, hic^ hoe. 
Bb^efe, hreuis, e. 
ChI:bf£| predpiuus, <b. 

A MiscHiSF^, flagitium, ij. 

A Rel£ef£, refirigerium, ij. 

to MiscH^EFE, destrukre. 

to EelIefe, refrigerare. 

E ante G. 

/n egge. 

AnEeoB, ouum, %. 

A Cleoqe, fi^e, soUpunga, <b. 

A Legob, tibia, a, 

A PEeoE) clauus, i. 

A Tegoe, damula, a. 

A Stegoandeb, aiM^, ^m, Ak?. 

A Wynd eoge, oMtim vrinum. 

y« Dregges, /rt, <ccw, A<c^. 

to Begge, m&ndicare. 

to Egge, irritare. 

In eight. 

y« Height, altitudo, summitas. 
A Sleight, vajrities, ei, hae. 
A Weight, pondus, erii, hoe. 

Eight, octo. 

Sleight, smooth, politus, a. 

Streight, rectus, a. 
to Streight, dirigere. 
to Feight, pugnare. 

In egle. 
AhEgle, aquila, he. 
A Begle, canicula, €d. 
Treacle, thsriaca, ea. 

In ege. 
A S£gb, obsideo, dnis, hoe. 



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A College, collegium. 
to BEstGE, obsid&re. • 

E ante K. 
In ecke. 

A Check, argutia, a. 

An Heck, hatch, portella, a. 

A Neck, eeruix, icis, hie. 

y« Wreck of y« sea, naufragium, i . 

to Check, ctrguhe, 

to Deck, omare. 

to Yix)CiL, yiecth'e. 

to Wreck, vindicare. 

Looke moe in £ ante C. 

7n eke, or 6eke. 

A Beke, rostrum, i. 

A Chekb, bucca, a. 

A Creke, crick, ^«t<r0, a. 

A Leeke, jt;ofTum, f . 

A Reke of hay, strues, is. 

y« E£bk of fyer, fumus, i. 

y® Teke o^a bed, teca culcitaria. 

A WiEKE, hebdomada, m. 

An Eke, additamentum. 

Eke, etiam, at^Q. 

M^eke, humilis, <b. 

Si^EKE, sicke, agrotus, a. 
to Eke, addkre, augmentare. 
to S6eke, quaerere. 

FiNGRiEK, \iej:\y,f<3Bnumgrecum. 
A ^tsEXK, fidicula, a. 

HoTJSELEKE, herb, sedum, i. 

BrIynseke, phreneticus, a. 

Dropsyseke, hydropicus, a. 

'FB.hxsBKR, freneiicus, a. 

'Loi5TXGtSEXE,ptgsioxiB,pulmonicuB. 

Spl^neseke, spleneticus, a. 
Tet these ought rather to end in siok. 

E ante L. 

A Bell, campana, nola, a. 

Hell, barathrum, infemnB. 
A Hell, mons, ontis, hie. 
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A Shell, Uttay a, 

A WelLj/oim, antiSf hie. 

A Ybl, cry, vociferatio. 

An Ell, vlna, m. 

A Smel, odor^ drisy hie. 

to Eel, deijc6re. 

to QtxTELf pessunddre. 

to Sel, vmdere. 

to Smel, olfacire 

to Spel, syllabam coponire, 

to SwKL, turgeseere, tumors, 

to Tel, dicere, narrare, 

to DwEL, hahitare, 

to Wel iron, conftare, 

to Yel, vociferare. 

Eel, bitter, acerhus^ a, 

Wel, itfw^. 
A l^^fsjy^jjf fasciculus f i. 
A Bi5sHEL, modius, i, 
A Bi5rTEL, m^^a, <», terminus^ i, 
A Cahel, camelus, i, 

Ganel, spice, cinamomuMf i. 
A Caxel of dogs, canik, is, hoc, 
A Canel, gutter, canalis, is, hie, 
A CiuTEL, ^<»r«, pcn-tio, 
A CXsTSL, castellumy i, 
A Corbel, post, mutulus, i. 

ClTTEL, S(m^, iumenta, orum. 
A ChApel, capella, a, saceUum. 
A CHiimcEL, saorarium, saeeUum. 
An IS. ktiCKL, prima pecunia aeoeptiOj 

primus diesfructus. 
A CefsEL, <^/^t>, t>, A<^. 
A GoBBEL, dullard, hahesj hardus, 
AnHoBBEL, idem, 
A CocKBEL, palusier, tri, hie, 
A CocKNEL, acerstty a, delicatxi^ a, 
AnHoOBEL, hidensj entis, hoc. 
A CoTSTBEL, mirffi%Oj onis, hie, 
A BoTTEL, ohhaj bid, 
A DoTTEL, deliruSf ra, 
A Di5mel, stupidtcSf da, 
A FUNNEL, fundihtUum, 
A Dt^MKEL, mutus, a, 
A EiBDEL, sareina, na. 
An HlBDEL, (Ta^ li^nea, 

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FiwEL, combustile, is, hoc, 
y GK)SPEL, euangelium, ij. 
An Hostel, hospicium, if, 

Gb^el, ius, Uris, hoc, 

GBiNESWEL, erigeron, pappiu, i, 
A Gbunsel, hypoth$ron^ i, hoe, 
A SvlNYELf odorisequus eanis, 
AnHiNGEL, eardoy init, hie, 
A Ling EL, linyula, la. 
An HinvELfduarum literarumhomo, 
AnHoBBEL, libidinosus, a. 
AnHouEL, mandra, dra. 
An Hf: WELL, bird, vireo, dnis, hie, 
y« lowELs of a bridge, oolumniB, 

arum, 
A Iewel, ioeale, monile, is, 
y® Bo WELLES of abelly, viscera, rum, 
A KtBNEL, nucleus, t. 
A Kf DGEL, /fw^w, is, 
A Label, infula, la, 
A YiAbsl, flahellum, i. 
A LAyijel, lihramen, inis, hoe. 

Laubel, laurus, riy hoe, 
A LfBEL, liheUus, i, 
A LoBEL, nebulo, seurra^ a, 
A SoBEL, lapathus, i, 
A MicBBL, scombrus, i. 
A MInstbel, musicM, auladus. 
A MfxEL, stercorarium. 
A MiJngbel, spurius, a, 
A MoBSEL, buccella, <e, bolus, i. 
A 'HLkvsisL, fisoella, a, 
A CiTJDEL, potio, dnis, 
AuOtb cafdel, auenaceum, i, 
AuEgge caudle, ouaceum, i, 
A Pa^bel, putamen, inis, hoc, 
A Pi-YTBEL, antiUna, a, 
A VkTS'E:^,penula, a, 
A PiNTEL, pedica, a, 
A PlBSEL, particula, a, 
A PteEL, pilum, pistillum, 
A PiwTBEL, antiUna, a, 
A PicKBEL, lupellus, %, 
A PfNCEL, penicillumf li, 
A PoMEL, polus, «. 
A Pi^DDEL, palus, adis, hac, . 
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A B^ELy reheUiSy ts, hie, 

BiusL, hixui, U8. 
A RowBL, rotulaj la. 
A Roundel, teretrum, einms, i. 

Et^BBEL, rudu8, erii, hoe. 
A ScoREL, sciHrus, i. 

S6&EL, lapdthuSf u 
A Shoxtel, pala, saroidum. 
A Squihrel, seiHruSf %. 
A Stoppel, ohstructorium. 
A TlBSEL, appendix^ ictM, hie, 
A TncBBEL, tympanum, ni. 

TfNSELL, intertextus, tuB, 
A TowELL, mantile, lia, hoc, 
A Tbowell, rotula, U. 

Teauell, labor, ort>, hie, 
A Thuell, thrulla, lae, 
A TdNCELL, aduolutorium. 
A VowELL, vocaUs, lis, hoe. 
A HAndbell, tintinnahulum, li, 
A RixEHELL, malus, tetrieus, a. 

IrssELL, meate, minutal, alit, hoe. 

AppXbell, apparatus, tut, 

EkImell, eneaustrum, 

Mt^scADELL, mtdsum apianum. 

OincELL, aeetum mulsum. 

PfMPEByEL, hipenella, a, 

Supp6sbll, opinio, onis, hoe. 

Many other ende in ell, derined of 
Subfltantives, and be diminutiues. Looke 
there. 

to Exc^ll, excelUre. 
to Expfx, expelUre, 
to Fabe w6ll, beni ualire. 
to ILfnoisjsL, fiutigare. 
to Lemuel, lihrare. 
to MoosEL, OS obstruere, 
to QuABiL, ealumniari. 
to Reb^ll, rebellare. 
to Rep^ll, repellh's, 
to RtuELL, luxuriare. 
to TrIttel, laborare. 
to EnImell, encaustrare, 

Ther be diuers others that end in ell, 
namely Substan tines diminntines : as 

A Kebnell, nucleolus, i. 
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CocKBELL of oook, ffalliculus, li, 
SoBEL of sore, damula, la. 

Whose Latin dothe commonly ende in, 

&lui, ettua, &c. 

In elche. 
A Belche, ruetus, us, 
to Belche, ructare. 

In elde. 
to Gelde, castrare, 
Seldb, r<»r6. 

In elfe. 
Pelfe, seruta, orum. 
An Elfe, satyras, faunus, ni, 
A Shelfe, eortinale, is, hoe, 
I My selfe, eyo ipse, egomet, 
thou Thy selpb, tute, tu ipse, 
he Hjhselfe, ills ipse. 
we Otjbe selfe, nos ipsi, nosmet, 
ye YouB selfe, vos ipsi, vosmet, 
they Thehselfb, illi ipsi. 

In elk. 
A Whelk, push, papula, la, 
A Welk, fishe, turbo, 6nis, hie. 

In elme. 

An Elme, vlmus, mi, hoc, 
AuElne, vlna, ne. 

In elpe. 
Help, auxilium, i. 
A Shelp, fish, tenia, a, 
A Whelp, caiulus, i, eatellus, i, 
to Help, auxiliare. 

In elte. 

A Belt, girdle, cm^u/tim, ^a/^^tftfm. 

A Pelt, peUis, is, hoc, 

A Felte, galerus, i, 

A Skelt, fish, haleeula, a, 

A ^"ELTE, fimbria, a. 

to Belt, gird, einghre. 

to Melt, liguefaeere. 

to Spelt come, tund^e, eglumare. 

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to Wklt, oetM, euerthre, 
to Welt, neuter, decicUre, 

In elth. 
y« Twelfth, duodecimuB, 
.Welth, ahundantia rerutn. 
Helth, aalus, Hiia, hoe, 
Steltk, furtum, i. 

In elue. 

to Helue, potitare, deglutire. 

Twelub, duodedm, 
to Delue, fodkre. 

In ele, or eele. 

A B^ele, apelunca, a. 
A DvxLR, partio, pars. 
Aii£el, anguillay la. 
AnHKRLK, calx, cis, hie. 
A MiELE, comaf na. 
^ A Peele, pala, Bcalmus, «. 
A E^ELE, (Uahrum, i. 

Stable, chalyhs, yhU, hie. 
A W^ELE, nassa, ssa. 
A Wh6elb, rota, tm. 

ZtELE, %elm, It. 
to Feele, aentire. 
to Kn^elb, genua ponh'e. 
to FtELE, degluhere. 
to E^ELE, nutare, vacillare. 
to Celb, calare. 
to Zele, %elare. 

In elde. 

A F6eld, ager, gri. 
to T^ELD, dedhre. 

A 8l:au£LE, sequela, le. 

In em. 

An HEifiTK, fimbria, a. 
y« ST£MorBtalkeofathmg,9^^mma, 
stemmattB, hoc. 
Hehpb, canahis, is, hoe. 
A Kemp, haire, grandehala, ae. 
A Wemb, macula, la. 
A Temple, tmplum. 



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to Stemme, tutuhare. 

to Kembe, comh'e. 

to Tempt, tentare. 

to Semble, simulare, 

to Tbemble, tremhe. 

to Assemble, adunare, 

to Diss^3(BLB, dissimulare. 

to Ees^mble, adsimulare, pra se 
ferre. 

In erne. 

A Eeame of paper, 20 /i^*. 

A T^ME, ^tfnio, ont>, A»(;. 
Bb^eme, densus, sensihiUs 
Qu^EME, aquus, compar. 

to DI:eme, astimare. 

to Fl^eme, fugare. 

to S^EME, videri. 

A DfAD^EME, diadema, atis, hoc. 
ExTBEEME, extremus, a. 

to Blaspheme, hlasphmare. 

to EsT^ME, astimare. 

to EedIime, redimh'e. 

to ExiocPT, eximere, 

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A Denne, Antrum, spelunoa, a. 
A Fenite, palus, Hdis, hoc. 
AnHJEiofE, gallina, na. 

Men, homines, num. 
A Pen to wryte, calamus, penna. 
A Penne, or coup, eaula, a. 
A Wennb, neuus, i. 
A Wkenne, regulus. 
to Kenne, know, noschre. 

Tenne, decern. 
An Alien, alienus, na. 
A B6&WEN, (^mK/iM, «. 
A BdBDEN, onus, eris, hoe. 
A BiJBGEN, germen, inis, hoe. 
A Chasten, castanea, a. 
A CniTJEN, /a<?^, a. 
A CnfcKEN, pullus, li. 

DfTTEN, herb, tondris, is. 
A Fb^een, neuus, ui, 
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A OrinDEN, emtoBj odUy hie. 
A WXbden, voletnum, i. 
A GfifpFEN, yr(p«, ipis, hie. 
AnHAuEN, portusy us, 
A RiuEN, corwtM, ♦. 
AnrKCHEN, histrix, •««, AiC<?. 
A KITCHEN, culinaj na. 
A DosEiN, duodeni, <b, 

LIttek, aunchaleumf u 
A PXtten, prototypon, «, A<x?. 
A P^HEN, j?au^», «<8. 

EosEN, rmna, rue. 
A ScocHEN, ^Ao/0«y t, hie, 
A Token, orra, ^t^ntnn, aymholum. 

Y±ROEN, herb, verhina, a, 
A SjIxten, adiiuiMf «. 
A SnfppEir, ^f^, w, Ao<?. 
A Slotted, sordiduSj da, [canis, 
A Sj^i^DDESfpeduequuSfSan^uisecuSf 
to BtmDEN, onerare. 
to BdBOEN, germinare, 
to Happen, eontingere, 
to HiBDEN, ohdurare. 
to HlBEEN, auscultare. 
to LESSEN, minuhe, 
to LiuEN, fermentare, 
to LiGBTEN, leuigare. 
to MiEKEN, humiliare. 
to QuicKEN, viuificare, 
to E^KEN, ratiocxnari, 
to NfoHTEN, aduesperascere, 
to Open, pate/acere, operire, 
to Shoeten, ahhreuiare. 
to Soften, mollire, Unire, 
to Sl^ilen, extinguhre, 
to Stobken, congelari, 
to Strengthen, corrohorare. 
to Thk^ten, minari 
to YnbiJkden, exonerare, 

to DiSBITBDEN, fVfew. 

to ExAJCEN, ixaminare. 

MisCELDEN, t7»«(^U», ^m, f . 

PlEMAZEN, parmemk caseus, 
YnshIken, inconcusBUSf a. 
YnstbIken, impeerctMiUs, a. 
YnstbIden horse, iVk^ma^iMtM, a. 
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Yntboden, fton calcatua, 
Ynwollen, new laneus, a. 
Ynweitten, won scripttts, a. 
WoBME EATEN, vermtcatus, a, 
Ynbidden, %n%u89U8f a, 
Ynbboken, infracttts, a. 
A Citizen,. (?«*tti>, w, Aw, A<»<?. 
BlBBEN, sterilis, e, 
Bboken, fractm, a. 
C^ten, oertus, ta, 
De(5nken, dJniw, a. 
Bbosten, ruptus, a. 
Flaxen, /tn^f«, 0. 
Pbosen, cangelatuSf a. 
Golden, aureus^ a. 
Bbasen, emeus f a. 
Gotten, nactuSf a, 
GbIxjen, soulptilis, le. 
HeItjen, cesium, lu 
Knowen, oognituSy ta, 
HouLTEN, liquidusy da. 
NoBTHEN, horealis, le. 
Oken, querceus, a. 
Open, aperius, patens. 
EiuEN, soissus, Jissus, a. 
EfsEN, ortus, a. 
EoTTEN, putridtUf da. 
SiwEN, satuSf a, 
SixTEN, septem. 
ShIken, percussuBy a, 
ShjCuen, rasuSf a. 
Sodden, lixus, a, 
SoLEN, solennis, ne, 
SwoLEN, turgidus, tumidus. 
TlKEN, captuSf ta. 
Whiten, frumentaceus, a, 
WouEN, textus, ta, 
Wbitten, soriptuSf ta. 
Mylken, lacteuSf a. 
Sylken, sericus, 0, hyssinuB, a, 
Clothen, panneus, a. 
Eabthen, terreuSf a. 

1 There be also many other in en, of 
three kynds, the first is of materials, that 
is to say, of such woords as signifie the 
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Leaden, plumheus, a. 
Woollen, laneus, a, 
Leatheene, pelliceuSf a, 

&c. The latine of these do ende in euif 
as the examples declare. 

2 The seconde kynde is of pretertenses 
of yerhes, actiues, and passiues, and of 
participles, as 

haue Beaten, flageUaui, 
bin Beaten, flagellatus fui. 

BBATEiNf fla^ellatiis, a. 

Eaten, esus, a, Sfo. 

3 The thirde kind is of certayn ploraU 
numhers of nonnes, as treen for trees, 
arboresy stonen for stones, lapide*^ honsen 
for houses, adea, tum, &c. 

In ence. 
A Fence, defensto, vallum, i. 
to Fence, munire. 

Hence, hinc. 

Pence, denarij. 

Sence, d quo, vnde. 

Tense, tempus, oris, hoc, 
A Deface, defemio, vallum. 
A Defence, apologia, a, 

Expence, aumptuB, expmmm. 

Drsp^NCE, dispendium, ij\ 

Essence, essentia, ae. 

Tnsence, insensum, si. 
A LfcENCE, licentia, a. 
An Offence, offensio, offensa, ae. 
A ScIence, scientia, ae. 
A PRETfojcE, pratextus, us. 
A Pe6sence, prasentia, a. 

PriJdence, prudentia, a. 
A S^tence, sententia, a. 

Silence, silentia, a. 

AtJniENCE, audientia, a. 

Confidence, confidentia, a. 

C6NGKxrENCE, congruentia, a. 

C6n8cibnce, eonscientia, a. 

Coin-iNENCE, oontinentia, a. 

Eloquence, ehquentia, m. 

Ettidence, euidentia, a. 

ExpfecENCE, experientia, (B. 

rNFLTTENCE, infltteutia, (B> 

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MaonIficenob, magnifieentia. 

NiouGENOE, mgligentia, a. 

Obedience, ohedientia, a, 

PATIENCE, patientia, <b. 

Pestilence, pestilentia, <b, 

Phe^minence, praeminentia. 

T^.taciENCE, prascieniia, a. 

B^MFENCE, redditio, retrihutio. 

EisiDENCE, residentia, <b. 

E.ESI8TENCE, resistentia, <9. 

Ki:xrEBENCE, reuerentia, a. 

SipiENCE, sapientia, a, 

YfoLENCE, violentia, <b. 

VnpItience, impatientia, (B. 
to E^mpence, rependhre. 
to E^UERENCE, reuerhe. 

FbIneinsence, themiama, tis, hoe. 

If there be any moe, that end in 
enoe, they be sahstantines denominatines 
formed of participles, and of adieotijies 
in ens, as, 

SuFFiciENCB, sufficientia, a. 
Intellioence, intelUgentia. 

Of auffieiens, entU, and of inUUigem, 
0ntia, which rule is to be folowed in all 
the other. 

In enche. 

A Bench, seamnum, ni. 

An Enche, vneia, <b, latoB poUex. 

A Tench fishe, tincha, ae, 

A Teench, vallum, i. 

A Wench, pueUa, a. 

to Quench, extinguere. 

to Teench, vallare. 

In ende. 

AnEisDE, Jinis, terminus. 

A Fbende, amicus, a. 

to B:enj), flecth'e. 

to Blend, mixt, miscSrc. 

to Lend, mutuare. 

to Mend, emendare, 

to Send, mitth'e. 

to Shend, perdue, confimdh's. 

to Spend, sum^e, 

to Tend, tenders, pertindre. 

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A StIpende, stipendium, i, 

"REuvRhrDB, reuerenduSf a. 
to Amende, emendare, 
to Asc^NDE, Mcendere, 
to Defend, defmdere, 
to Depekd, dipenddre, 
to Exp&n), esi^mdh-$. 
to ExT&n), extendhe. 
to DispiNDE, disp^ere. 
to Ent^nd, intendh'0. 
to Descend, deseend^e. 
to Offend, offendh'e. 
to PEBTiNDS, periendh-e, 
to PoKTtin), porUndere. 
to Fket^nde, praUxere. 
to SuspiNDE, iuapendere. 
to Vnbend a bow, remiUere. 
to Apprehend, oppreherMre, 
to CoiTDESciNDE, consentire, 
to CoMMtin), eommendare, 
to El^xKEKD, resdlutare, 
to G6vPREHEin^, oomprehmdh'e, 
to E^PBEHEND, reprehend^. 

In endle. 

y« Tbendle of a bed, ro^tt/b, /^c. 
y« Trendle of a mil, mohterum, t . 
to Tbendle, rotate. 

In enge. 
A Fbenoe, laeinia, a,fimhriale, 
AuObenoe, malum punieum, 
to Atjenoe, vleisei, 
to Retjenoe, tic^^, v*ndicar0, 
to Galenos, vendieare, 
A Callenoe, vendicatio. 

In engthe. 
the Length, longitude, tnif, A^e^. 

/» ens. 

Innocens, «ni»oc0n«, m^m. 
Sapience, »apientia^ «. 

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In ent. 

Bent, smal rushes, iuneus^ i . 
A Rent, reddiius, us, 
A Tent, turunda^ a. 
A Vent, meatus, us, porus, i . 
A Went, lane, viculus, angiportxiB, 
A Tent, tentorium, eastrum, 
to Hent, snach, eriphre, arriph'e, 
to Bent, laniare, lacerare. 

Bent, tensus, sa, 

Bbent, eombustus, sta, 

Gent, gentle, mitis, te. 

Lent, muttMtus, a. 

Ment, propositus, a. 

Rent, laeer, ra, rum. 

Sent, missus, a. 

Spent, eonsumptus, a. 
to Yent, aperire, euacuare, 

Shent, perditus, a, 
A ClsEMENT, transenna, fenestra. 
A Client, cliens, entis. 
AdIntIint, intentio, institutum. 
Ad Accent, aceentus, us. 
A FfePFEMENT, possessio, onisj Juso. 
A PbIoicent, /ro^m^tim. 
A FotfNDMENT, colos, U, anus, ni, 
A GiBKENT, vestimmtum, ti. 

IiTDeEMENT, iudttium, ij. 
A MIbgent, margo, inis, hoe. 
A MoKEiTT, momentum. 
AnOxNCTMENT, vngumtum, ti. 
A Payment, sohUio, onis, hoe. 

PXbchement, membrana, a. 
A Pab^nt, parens, entis. 
y® Pattement, pauimentum^ i. 

RlTKENT, vestitus, us. 
A S^BPENT, serpens, entis, 
A TiLENT, talentum. 
y® TlLAin? of an hank, vngula, la, 
A ToBMENT, tormentuiDf crueia- 

tUB, i. 

A Vestment, vestimentum, ti, 

CiicENT, camentum, i. 
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to AcQuiNT, adseiseere, 
to DissliiTTy dissentire, 
to FEEaTTENT, frequentoTt, 
to iNTjfiNT, inumire. 

Lament, lamentari. 
to PKEsiNT, prasentare, 
to Pretjent, prtBuenire} 
to Relent, deferUre,^ 
to REpforr, pomitSre. 
to WAYMEiH', lament, plangh'e. 

Absent, absens, entis. 

DicENT, decoruSy a, 

Accident, aceidens, mtis. 

GLliKEirT, clemenSf entis. 

"FkRUEST, feruidtUy a. 

TntQjjEST, frequeru, mt%9, 

PBtJnENT, prudens, entis, 

SfLENT, tacitumuSf a. 

YvKturr, untanghtjineorrscttUfa. 

VNSPtNT, ineansumptus, <b. 

Vboent, instanSf vrgens, 
AnAefiliEMENT, eoneordiay a, 
AnAninsEMENT, deliheratio, 
y« Battilments, mine?, arum. 
A BxTiLDiira, <in^<?, arum. 
y^ Element, elemmtum. 

Emolument, emolurMntttm, 
en (Xyntment, ww^u), onw. 
An^NBOLEMENT, ifucriptio, ants. 

Enticement, tentatio, onis. 
AnExPEDiMENT, expedimentum, 
A DnTTDENT, diuuHmtia, a. 
y« FiKMAMENT, firmammtum, 
y« Embattlements, pinna, aniem- 

na, 
AnlMBUSHMENT, insidia, arum. 
An Impediment, impedimentumf 
AniNCHATTNTMENT, incantatio. 
AnTNCBEMENT, incTemmtum, 

AniNPOBCEMENT, COOCtio, 

AnrNSTBUMENT, instrumentum. 
A MtBCEMENT, multa, a. 
A Meriment, iocusy i. 
y« CXcciDENT, oecidenSj entis, hie, 
y« PoNENT, idem, 

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A NoBisHEMENT, nutrimentuM, 
AnOBNAMENT, omammtum, 
A Pt^NNisHMENT, |;a?9ky, na, 
A KlBLEMENT, series rerum, 
A KiuisHMENTE, ropiua, a, 
A PBiPEEMENT, pTomotio, onis, 
A Remanent, residuum, i. 
A Presentment, presentatio, onis, 
A Sacrament, saeramentum. 
A Pbesident, prases, idis, 
A Tenement, henejlcium, ij. 
A Tournament, hasta ludus. 
A PjLrlament, senatus eonsultus, 
V&UMENT, Veritas, atis. 

There bee also many Substantinea 
verbals besides these ending in ent, whose 
Utine commonly endeth in afMn, amen' 
turn, en, entium : as those that Mow and 
snch other. 

A Testament, testamentum, •'. 
A Document, documentum, i. 

A Gt)UEBNEMENT,ri^fm^, fnM,Ao^. 

A Pbaoment, frogmen, inis, hoe, 
AuNCiENTE, antiquus, a, 
GoNGBUENT, oougruus, a, 
BENfjuoLENT, hsneuolus, a, 
DfLiGENT, diligens, solers, 
DISCONTENT, dispUcitus, a. 
Disobedient, inobediens, 
Eloquent, eloquens, entis, 
Eminent, imminens, entis, 
EquIualent, aquiuiUens, entis, 
£uiDENT, euidens, entis, 
Excellent, excellens, entis, 
FnluDTrLESn, fraudulentus, a, 
Imminent, imminens, entis, 
ImpItient, impatiens, entis, 
Impudent, impudicus, a. 
Impbi^dente, imprHdens, entis. 
Incident, incidens, entis. 
Incontinent, incontinens, entis, 
iNCONuforiENT, ineongruus, a. 
Indiffebent, indifferens, entis. 
Magnificent, magnificus, a, 
NliGLiGENT, negligens, entis. 
Obedient, ohedi&ns, entis. 



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OiodpoTENTy omnipotensy entis, 
PlTiENT, pattens, entis, 
PENITENT, poenitens, eniia, 
PtBMAKENT, permanms, entis, 
PtsTTLENT, pestilem, entis. 
^REEKnrESTBjpraeminens, mtis, 
Pkouident, prouiduSf a. 
Eesident, restdenSf entis. 
B^UEBEirT, reuerendus, a. 
C6mrE3njENT, conueniena, aptus,a, 
Sapiente, sapienSf entis, 
Vnconuenient, ahmrduSf a. 
VNDfiJGENT, incuriuSf a. 
VNELoauENT, ineloqums^ entis, 
Ynsuident, ineuidem, entis. 

In enth. 

y® Leitenthe, vndecimus^ a. 

y« Seuenth, Septimus, a» 

y« Tenth, decimus, a, 

y« THiKTiENTH, decimus tertius. 

y* FouBTENTH, decimtts quartus, 

y« FiuETENTH, decimus quintus, 

y« SiXTENTH, decimus sextus. 

y^ Seu EN TENTH, dccimus septimus, 

y® EiGHTENTH, dccimus oetauus, 

y® NinetIienth, decimus nonus. 

In ene, or eene. 
A Qr^ENE, Regina, na. 
A ScB^ENE, scrinium, ij. 

Tene, cura, mceror, 
to W^EN, suppose, opinari. 

Gb±ene, viridis, e, 

"KtsnTE, feruiduSf da. 

SntENE, claruSf a. 

BEsiNE, visusy a. 

Betw^ne, inter. ^ 

NYNETiNE, nouendecim. 

SeuentIiene, septendecim. 

THiKTfeNE, tresdecim, 

VNsfo^iB, ipnarus, a. 

SELFEGEtENE, SCmpCT viuum. 

FoiTETiENE, quatuordecim, 
FniETiENE, quindecim, 
8iXTtENE, sexdecim. 
EYGHTiENE, octodecim. 



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In eppe. 

A Steppe, gradm, us, passus, us. 
A Skeppe, a measure of corne. 

Neppe, herb, nepeta, a. 
to Steppe, gradi, gressua ponere. 

In 6epe or epe. 

A Sh^epe, ouis, is, hoc. 

Sl£pe, somnus, ni. 
to CniEPE, pipilare. 
to OaiEPE, repire. 
to KfiEPE, seruare. 
to PI;epe, inspicere. 
to SLiEPE, dormire. 
to St^pe, macerare. 
to SwiEPE, scopare. 
to WtEPB,JUre. 

Di£PB, alius, a, profundus, a. 

In ept. 

to Accept, aeeeptare. 
to Except, exciphre. 
A K^SLEP, renet bag, eoagulum, i . 
A PbecIipt, praceptum. 
to Inteec^pt, intereipSre. 
Except, ni, nisi. 

In eple. 

A Steeple, campanile, is, hoc, 
y« People, populus, i, plehs. 

E ante B. 
In erre. 

A Stebee, Stella, a. 

Heb, ilia, illius. 

Neb, propior, us. 
to Ebbe, errare. 
AnAxEB, iugerum, ri. 
A BiJLEB, pistor, oris. 
AnAiiDEB tr6e, alnus, i, hie. 

Ambeb, ambra, a, electrum. 
AnANKEB, anchora, ra. 
AnANCHEB, anachorita, <b. 
A Bbajbtbb, ararius, a. 



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A GiASiEB, hydarguB, u 

Angeb, ira, a, 
AnABCHEB, Hagitariui^ arquites, 
A BiCHELEB, ccelehSf agamtiB. 
A BlcHELEB of arts, artium ean- 

didatus, 
A Badoeb, grumus, ♦. 
A Banner, aignum, vexillum, 
A Manneb, tnos, modus, di, 
A Beueb, beast, tneles, itu, hie. 
A Bexteb, drinck, potatiunoi^, a. 
A BiLDEB, horse, ^uulus, equUa. 
A BiTTEB, bird, hmo, oniSj hie. 
A Bladeb, vesica, ea. 
A Laddeb, ecala, a. 
A Blister, pueula, a, vlcue. 

MisTEB, egeetas, inopia, a. 
A BuTCHEB, laniuB, t, cami/ex. 
A MoucHER, mandueo, onis, hie. 
A Bolster, oeruical, alis, hoe, 
A Bb6k£b, proxeneta, (b, pararius. 
A Brother, ^a^, iris, hie. 
A Mother, mat&r, tris, hae, 
A Bi^TLER, clipeus, parma. 

BiJtter, hutyrum, *. 
A GiJtter, eanalis, is, hie. 
the Canker, eangrena, <b. [hae. 
the Canker on iron, ferrugo, inis, 
A Carter, auriga, ee. 
A Martir, martyr, yris. 
A Kater, opsonator, trix. 
A Slater, tector, oris. 
A C£der tr6e, cedrus, i, hae. 
the Center, eentrum, i. 

ChIffer, merces, is, hae. 
AnHliFER, iuuenctUa, e. 
A ChXkber, eubictUum, i. 
A ChIpter, capittdum, i. 
A ChIrger, lanx, aneis, hae. 
A ChIrter, diploma, dtis, hoe. 

Chafter, herbe, vitex, ids, hie. 
A ChInceler, eancellarius, i. 
A ChInter, cantor, oris, hie. 

Ch6ler, humor, cholera, a. 
A CoLLER, collars, is, hoe. 
A CIPHER, eirculus, i. 
A St^fer, stater, Ms, hie. 



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A Clafper, lingua eampana. 
A YLL^ifissL, fla^Uum, i. 

CiesEBB, forfecula, arum. 

ClIuers, herbe, rubea minor. 
A ClIster, clyster, 6ris, hie. 
A Clotster, claustrum, i . 
An Clyster, ostrea, a. 
A Cli^ster of grapS) hotrus, i. 

Cluster of nuts, cumulus, i. 

C6bler, sartor, oris, hie. 

Coffer, eisteUa, scrinium. 

C6lier, earbonarius, i. 
A Conger, eongrus, er, i. 

Ht^noer, fames, is, hae. 

Copper, euprum, i. 
y« Hopper of a mil, in/undihulum. 
A Cropper, postilena, a. 
A Corner, angulus, i. 
A Crowner, eoronator, questor 

parieidius. 
A Coulter, eulter, %, hie. 
A Courser, equus admissarius. 
A Courtier, auhcus, a. 
A DAGGER, siea, pugio, dnis. 
A BrIgger, glortosus iactator. 

Daunger, periculum, i. 
A Maunger, presepium, i. 
A Dinner, prandium, i. 
A Pf NNER, claustrinus, i. 
A Dat^ghter, JUia, naua, a. 
A Draper, vestiarius, i. 

Easter, pascha, dtis, hoe. 
An Elder tr^e, alnus, i, hae. 
An£wER, imbrex, ids, hae. 
An Adder, coluber, i. 

Madder, rubea tinctorium. 
AnAiiNER, elemosinarius, i. 
An Answer, responsum, i. 
A Gransier, auus, i. 
A Begger, mendicus, i. 
A BIrder, auceps, iipis, hie. 
A Border, terminus, finis. 

0RDER, ordo, inis, hie. 
A BrIcher, brachials, is, hoe. 
A ElcER, scalprum, i. 

CiKPHER, herb, camphora, a. 
AnHiJCPXR, ealathus, i. 



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A Skinner, pellio^ anit, hie. 

A Letteb, littera^ a. 

A Fetter, compes^ edit, hie, 

A Setter, poiitor, oris. 

A Tetter, petigo, inis, hoe. 

A ScHOLER, seholariSf is, hie, 

A Toller, telon, ants, hie, 

A EoLLER, cylindrus, i, 

A SoLLER, solarium, i, 

A Gorier, coriarius, i, 

A Dresser, thale, mensa eulinaria. 

A Presser, pressorium, i. 

A FlRMAR, henefieiarius, i. 

A ChIrmer, incantator, 

A FlTHER, pater, iris, hie, 

A Fether, pluma, ma. 

A Fester, festuca, penna, na. 

A Tester, eanopus, i. 

A Fetter, /<>3rw, «, hee, 

A Leuer, rM7^»«, M, h(M. 

Ff ER, f (^nt^, if, Af<;. 
A. SQxrf ER, armiger, i. 

Hf ER, merces, idis, hoe. 

Mf ER, limus, i, lutum, 
A Sh^er, eomiiatus, us, 
A SfER, senior, pater, 
A WtERfJilum, areum, 
A Ftnqer, digitus, i. 
A SiKeER, cantor, oris. 
A Fluter, auksdus, i. 
A Luter, eitharedus, i, 

A FL6TTin)ER, |W^W«(«l/l««. 

A Boi^NDER, terminator, 
A Bower, eonclaue, is, hoc, 
A FL0WRE,^/fo«, om, Ai^. 
AnHowRE, ^a, a. 

Power, virtus, potestas. 
A Showre, nymhus, i, imber, is. 
A TowKE, turris, is, hoe. 
A WowER, proeus, i. 

Fodder, pabulum, li, 

A MODDER, jtnf^A, |H<«/i^. 

A EoDDER, anquiromagus. 

A FosPER, vestigium, i, 

A Foster, saltuarius, i. 

An Hostler, eaupo, stahuiarius. 

A FODDER, plauitrum imeratum. 



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A EdDDER, rutahulum, 
AnVDDER, vher, oris, hoe. 
A Ft^LLER, /tt/^, onis, hie. 

GAtler, eustos, careerariuB. 

Eatler, rahula, la, 

TlTLER, vsstiarius, i. 

QtAKDiER, anser, eris, hie, 

LENDER, lotrix, ieis, hae, 

ScLANDER, seandalum, li. 

CHA]n)LER, sehator, candeiarius. 
A Garner, granarium, firumeiUa- 
rium. 

Garter, suhligar, oris. 

Quarter, quarta, a, 

Gylder, pediea, a, 

Gyvger, %yn%iher, hoe, 

Stster, soror, dris, hae. 

Gltster, clyster, eris, hie, 

GrIkmer, grammatiea, a. 
AnHlicMER, malleus, i. 
A Eammer, fistuca, a. 

Grater, tritorium, i, 

WlTER, aqua, a. 

Gripper, harpax, agis, [a. 

Slipper, caU^odium, ij, ereptda, 

Grosser, aromaeopola, a, 

Groser, idem, polypola, a. 
An Halter, eapistrum, i, 
A Psalter, psaUerium, i. 
A Salter, salarius, i. 
AnHETER, hares, idis, hie. 
A Mayrb, maior, prator. 
A Prayer, oratio, preees. 
A H60ESTER, eaupo, onis, hie. 
An Hooper, victor, oris. 
A Kercher, peplum, tenia, 
A Pylcher, fish, mena, a. 
A Keuer, operculum, i, 
A Larder, camarium, ij, 
A Latter, lauaerum, imbrex. 

Hatter, auina, a, 
A Lawyer, ittrieonsultus, i, 
A Mawer, seuiseea, a. 
A Tawer, alutarius, a, 

Lattohter, risus, us. 

Slaughter, cades, is, hae, 

Lether, ahtta, a, corium. 



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A Peddrr, eircuitor, oris. 






y« Wettter, aura, «, Umpestas, 




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A Ltmmee, hyhrida, <b. 






A Lyuer, Tiepar^ dri$^ hoc. 




A 


A LopsTEB, yawwtfnM. 


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A Lt5bb£b, tnediastinuB, tardvLQ. 




A 


A RiJbber, tritarium. 




A 


Lt^JLEH, lucrum, quastus, us. 




A 


A Mazeb, patera, a. 




A 


A Lazeb, leproBUs, a. 


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A 


A Razee, nouacula, a. 




A 


A Mahitek, laruatus, a. 




A 


A Taskee, taxator, oris. 






A Platsteb, pharmacum, i . 






A Maisteb, magister, dominxxA. 


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A Tasteb, gustator, oris. 




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A Water, a^wa, <». 




A 


A Medlar, aple, msptlum, i. 






A Pedler, eircuitor. 


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y« Embers, fauilla, a. 




A 


A Member, membrum, i. 




A 


A Mercer, mercator, trix. 




A 


A Meuer, fishe, m^f^, «. 




A 


A Miser, ww^r, a. 


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y« GizER of a bird, ingluuies, ei. 




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A Byter, mordicvLB, a, mordax. 




A 


A Myter, mt^ra, «. 




A 


A Wryter, scriptor, seriha, a. 






A Monster, monstrum, i. 


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A Muffler, focale, is, hoe. 




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A RuFFLER, elatus, a, lasduus. 






Mtjrder, homicidium, i. 




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A Nt^MBER, multitudo, inis, hoe. 




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A Slumber, sopor, oris, hie. 


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OcKEE, vsura, ei, fomus. 




A 


(Jkkk, oehra, e. 




A 


AjiOtter, lutra, e. 






A Potter, ^w/i«, i. 






A Patter in schole, ferula, a. 


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A Palmer, stranger, peregrinus, i. 






A PXnter, panthSra, a. 






A Pantrer, panarius. 






PlPER, eharta, a. 




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A Taper, eareus, i. 


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A Partner, particeps, is, hie, hoc. 




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Pepper, piper, eris, hoe, 
PiLLOR, oolumna, na, 
'BimcER, forpeeula, arum, 
Plaister for a sore, emplasticum, 
TiBKER, formica, <b. 
Pitcher, vrceus, i, 
Playster for walling, eammtum, 
Wayster, fustis, haculus, i, 
Plouer, vpupa, a, 
CouER, operculum. 
Porter, ostiarius, if, 
'Potter, figulus, i. 
Powder, puluis, hris. 
PouLDER, idem. 
Shoulder, humerus, ri, 
PouLTER, auiarius, i, 
MouLTER, emolumentum, i, 
QuAUER, ootaua pars mensura, 

terminvLB musieuB, 
QuiuER, pharetra, a, 
RfuER, riuulus, fluuius. 
Rafter, tigiUum, i, 
Ramper, remex, icis, hie. 
Rapier, ensis, is, hoc. 
Roper, restio, onis, hie. 
' RoTHER of a ship, guhemaculum, 
RoDER, anquiromagus, i. 
Sat^cer, patena, e, 
Sauder, ferrumen, inis, hie, 
ScoLER, seholaris, is, hie, 
ScLANDER, scandalum. 
Slaughter, c<Bdes, is, hoc. 
Scraper, seralprum, i, 
SctJller, scapharius, i, 
Myster, nede, earentia, a, opus. 
Lifter, forke, fuseina, na, 
Shiuer of a broken thing, frag- 

mentum, 
SfLUER, argentum, ti, 
Sfia)ER, scoria, es, 
Sl^dder, pruina, na, 
Slt^bber, limus, i, 
SoMMER, (Bstas, atis, hoc. 
SuMPTER, sarcina, a, hulga, 
SowTER, sutor cdUcearius. 
Spyder, araneus, i, 
Strayiher, cola, eolum, U, 



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A Steakgeb, piregrinuSf nt. 
A Stittteb, halbus, ha. 
A SuFPEB, ecma, na, 
A Tapstek, protnus, mi. 
A Tatteb, pannictduSf U, 
y« Thundee, tonitruusy %. 
A "WoNDEE, miraculum. 
A Tyqee, tygris, idis. 

Tyhbee, meremium^ tigntaa. 

TfiTDEE, ineendiumy i . 
A TfNKEB, sartor eerarius, 
A TiNKLEE, idem. 

Teappees, phalara, arum. 
A TiJtee, tutor, oris, hie. 
A Elutee, aukeduSy i. 
A TwDTTEE, hidene, entie. 
A PEnrrEB, chalcographus, i. 
A Wtntee, hyemsy emisy hoe. 
A VfNEE, vinitory orisy hie. 
A YfNTNEE, cmopola, viniuSdus. 
A ViPEE, viperay a. 
A VoYDEB, lanxy aneisy hae. 
AnYsHEE, ostiariusyhypodidascalua. 
A Watfee, plaeentay a. 
A WIgee, pignus, oris, hoe. 
A WiCKEE, vimeHy inis, hoe. 
ye Wethee, auray <b. 
to Daungeb, p&riclitari. 
to DiFFEE, differre, prolongare. 
to DtPEE, differrsy diserepare. 
to £ntee, inirare. 
to VfuTTEE, p&rielitari. 
to BfcKEE, velitare. 
to Chattee, prate, garrire. 
to ScATTEE, disperglre. 
to Clatteb, prate, halbutire. 
to Elattee, adulari. 
to BiTTEE walles, demoUri muros. 
to WXtee ground, irrigare. 
to WlTEE fish, macerare. 
to Watee an horse, potare, ado- 

quare. 
to NthcBEB, numerare. 
to GdMBEE, interturbare. 
to HouEE, eminere. 
to CoTTEB, operirsy veiare. 
to DiBDEE, trepidare. 



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to FlTHEE, patrem nominare. 

to GXthee, oollighe. 

to E^THEE, plumare. 

to EriE, ineendere, aceendere. 

to Hf EE, conduche. 

to TiBEy fatigare. 

to EL0Uin)EE, stumble, eespitare. 

to PotJNDEE, tritumare. 

to ELowEE,^/for^rtf. 

to 'PowFLEy fundere. 

to EoDDEE, pdbulari. 

to EosTEE, pasche. 

to Et^BTHEE, expedire. 

to MdBnEE, interficere. 

to Gabtee hose, suceinghre caligae. 

to MlETTE, martyremfaeere. 

to GlIstee, splendire. 

to MisTEE, lack, ^^«. 

to HfiTDEE, impedire. 

to HfjNGEB, esurire. 

to KiuEE, operire. 

to Shextee, minutim seindere. 

to LIngee, languire. 

to LoTTEE, langu^re, tardare. 

to LowEE, caperare frontem. 

to Li^KEE, luorari. 

to Maisteb, superare, euhigere. 

to Plaisteb a sore, pharmaeum 
adhihire. 

to Mi5tteb, mussitare. 

to Plaisteb a wall, gypsare, ea- 
mentare. 

to BdiTBE, huiyrare, hutyrum ad- 
ders. 

to VrrEE, proferrSy pronunciare. 

to (Xffee, offerrs. 

to Pboffeb, t(im. 

to PiicPEB, indulgh's. 

to Hampee, yiM^i^ortf. 

to PoNDEB, ponderare, lihrare. 

to PouDEB, condirsy saUh's. 

to Peospee, prosperars. 

to QuIuEB a note, vibrare. 

to QuiinsB, trepidare. 

to have Liefee, mo/Zl^. 

to Renseb, reddersy rseensere. 

to SluEB, Am/^<»mim>iiar0. 



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to ScLAiTDEBy wondalvuire. 

to Wander, vagari^ err<we, 

to Setieb, seperare, »e%ungere. 

to SnIppeb, titubarej cMpitare. 

to StIgoeb, titubarej vacillare, 

to StImber, tituhare. 

to STihrEBy tituhare. 

to SuFFEB, patif sufferre. 

to St^NDEB, $eperare, Beiungere. 

to Thundeb, tonitare. 

to WoiTDEB, mirari, 

to TiMPEB, temperare, 

to Tendeb, %elare, Buffragari. 

to ToTTEB, mutar«f vacillare. 

to Wh^speb, muBsitare. 

to WfNTEB, hyhemare. 

AnAnxjouTEBEB, adulter, 

A BiBGANDEB, vulpanceTy erii. 

y« Belwetheb, veruex BectariuB. 

A CjLlendeb, kalendarium^ ij\ 

A Cabpenteb, /aitff lignariuB. 

A Cellebeb, pincertMf pratnuB, i. 

A Chanceleb, caneeUariuB, i. 

A Cloystebeb, clauBtrariuB, i. 

A CoBDWETNEB, calceoriuBy i. 

Dec^mbeb, JDecemhiBy rtB, hie. 
A Demeaneb, geBtuBy ub. 
A FlIxeneb, linariuBf f . 
A FXlconeb, accipitrariuBy i. 
A FoBAiNEB, extraneuB, a. 
y« FoBEFiNOEB, f«(f^^, tm, AiV. 
A FoBEFATHEB, protopateT, tris, 

hie. 
A Gabdekeb, hortulanuBf ni. 
A GiLOFEB, garrophylluBy i. 
A GoxjBMANDEB, numduco, heluo, 
oniB. 

A GoBXAXDEB, fd^m, tf<2(M?, OOf. 
A GBlin)FATHEB, flWW, t. 

A GBA2a)X0TH£B, autici, <8. 

GuNPoxTDEBy puluuB faetitiuB. 
AnHABBAOEB, hoBpitator, trix. 
AnHousEHOLDEB, paterfamiUaB. 
AniNHOLDEB, hoBpee, eaupo, oniB. 
AnIxBBODEBEB, acupictor, oriB. 
A It^iopBB tr6e, iuniperuB, t, hac. 

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A LniiTEB, limitator, ortB. 

Manslauohteb, homieidiumy i. 
A MABYNEBy nauta, a^ hie^ im- 
uitay a. 

MiNiuEE, artniliumy i. 
A Messakoeb, nunoiuBf ij. 
A MiLHoppEB, infundihulutny i. 
A MiNiSTEB, miniBteTy i. 

OcTOBEB, OetoheTy briBy hie. 
AnOPFiCEB, officialiB. 
AnOfsiEB, eoixy iciBy vimeiky iniB. 
A PoMANBEB, diapasmay otiBy hoe, 
A PoTANGEB, patelhy a. 
A Pbologeb, prologuBy i. 
A Pbisoneb, captiuuBy orgaBtulnti. 

Pbovekdeb, pahuluniy i, 
A QuiBisTEB, eltoruBC&y <By hie. 

QmcKsiLirEB, argentum viuum. 

Eaueneb, rapaxy heluo, oniB. 

EETEinrEB, elieuBy entiB. 

'RufQTiGGisMy potatoTy HhaXy aoiB. 

EiNOLEADEB, prOBUltOTy duX. 

Septembeb, SeptemhriB, if, hie, 
A Sepulchke, BepulchruMy i. 

SfNOPEB, minium, i. 
A SoioBNEBy aecolay inquilinuBy a. 
A SoPHisTEB, BophiBtay (By hic. 
A SoBCEBEB, proBtigiator. 
A Statioiteb, BtationariuB, i. 
A STiPFATHEB, vitricuBy i. 
A StI:pmotheb, nouercay a. 

SxfiPDATTOHTEB, priuigntty a. 

TiuEBNEB, cenopoUy a, eaupo. 

Tbeasobeb, theBaurariuBy i. 

Tbeaoeteb, proditor, ortB. 

TBtJMPETEB, tubieinay na. 
A ViLLAOEB, villieuB, i. 
A Waghalteb, furcifery perdituB. 
A WXbbieb, mileBy itiB, hie. 

WlBBEYiTEB, viuariuBy i. 

AlabIsteb, alahoBtrumy i. 
AnAsTBONOMEB, aBtfonoMUBy i. 
A CoKicissioNEBy miBBUBy UgatuB. 
AnExTOBTioNEB, exaetoTy orie. 

C6BiAin)ER, eoriandrumy i. 
AnHlBEBDASHEBy minutoriuBy •'. 



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A H18TOS160BAPHER9 hUioriogrih 
phu8. \tor. 

A lSicnbuA3xcEBiymaguSiPr€Bsttg%4h 
A Gallowclappee, j^r<jf}&r. 
A Philosopheb, ph%lo9ophu8y u 

In erbe. 
AnHxBB, hsrha, a. 
A Vebb, V0rhum, hi. 

In erche. 
A Pebche, amesy tttt, hie. 

A SsBCHy MTtt^tnttim, «. 

/n eid. 
A BsBDy barha, a. 
A HsBD, keeper, pMUr^ dris. 
An Feed of cattell, <^«a?, ^w, Aw. 
A SwEHD, gladiuBf t . 
A Globerd, lampf/ris, idii, hie. 
A S h^ p e rt), o^7ii0, oniSf hie. 

A ASSEHERD, MtVkintMy •'. 

APEBDy iimiduif a. 

In erke. 
A CLEBXBy ehrieuiy i. 
A Iebk, verher^ eris^ hoe. 
A Speree, BcintiUa^ a. 
to Herxe, ausetdtare. 

In erie. 
AnERLEy eemeSf itisy hie. 
A Wheels, spandiku^ i. 

In erne. 
A QwEss^ fideliaj a. 

TebjstRj JlUxy ieisj hoe. 
AnHERNs, ard&aj <b. 
y« Kerne of a nut, nuehuif i. 
A Wherite, molairinaf 0. 
y« BrERiTEof a8hip,^tf^0nMu»i/iim,t. 

Sterne, fierce, ySrtM, a. 
to Geritb, ringire, 
y« GisERN or giser of a bird, tii- 

gluuiea, ei. 
to Euis, mmreri, hterari. 
to IiEBNEy diseire. 



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Sf STERirB, iorareSf rum. 
A C^STERKE, eiatemay m. 
A QrrzEss^ fidic\da^ <b. 
A LXiTTERHE, latema^ a* 
A Pasterne, ^o/im, f . 
A PATiRWE, profotypeHf », A^. 
A TlTJERVE, tabema, na. 
to Decerne, dee&mkre. 
to DiscERKE, di»eemh'$. 
to SowERKE, aeeseire. 

Easierne, orienialiSf $. 

W^sTERKE, oeoidentaUsj $. 

NoRTHERNE, hcriolis, e. 

SoTTTHERifns, austroliSy $. 

S£i7ERir, a river, sabina. a. 

In erse. 

AnTTERfflB, monumenium, i. 
A Yerse, varmM, w. 
A Serse, sertUinium, i. 
to Perbe, penetrare. 

Pertterse, peruerms^ a. 

DiuERSE, diuermSf a. 
to DisPERaE, dispergh-e. 
to BEHtRSB, reeensere* 

In erste. 
Erste, anU, priiu. 
Merste, proximuif a. 

/n erte. 
to CoNUERT, ecnuertere. 
to Df UERT, diuerthre. 
to Pertterte, peruerUre. 
to Sttbtt^rte, «tt^tftfr^d. 
to Transu^^x, transuert^e. 
to DepIrte, deeedSre. 

ExpiRT, expertus, a. 
A Dtzert, player, Am^io, OHM, Ati^. 
A DEsiRT, desertum, ii. 
A Philbert tr6e, coryhu^ », Aiij. 
A FiLBERTE, nntte, auellanay a. 

Malapert, impudent, audaeulTiB. 

Vhbxpert, inexpertus. 

In erth. 
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y« Hbbth of a fyer, focariuw^ i. 
A QtzBTR, cingulumy «. 

In erae. 
A Whertte, ap<mdilus, U, 
to Kebxte, graue, Bculpere. 
to Kesxte meate, resecardy stru^e. 
to Sebue, seruire. 
to Stebue, actiue, ^'iu#t subducere, 
to Stertte, neuter, perire, inUrire, 
to Conserve, (;(m««rtMFr0. 
to DEstRUE, dem&rM. 
to Pres^rue, preseruare. 
to Ees^rxte, reseruare, 
to Delitter, liherare. 
to Delitter to one, tradhre, 
to Diskembeb, deartuare, 
to Embr6i)er, octf pingere. 
to EKcoxnrrER, m apponere. 
to EvcoKBER, tn^^Mrior^. 
to Eifetin)ER, ingign^e, 
to Gi}RMAin)ER, abligtmre. 
to Ferseuer, perseuerare. 
to Kecouer, recuperare. 
to Regester, insoribere, 
to SiauESTER, seqtteatrare. 
to Surrender, resignare, 
to Wtther, arescere, deflorere. 

Profre, proprius, a, 

Familier, familiaria, e. 

sinister, simateTf a. 

Vnproper, impropriut, a. 

VNstJRE, ineertus, ta. 

Ther be many other in er, the which 
we omit for In^uitiee sake, namely of 
three kyndee. 

The first kynd is of the ooroparatiue 
d^ree, as harder, durior, of hard, durut: 
sorter, moUioTf of soite, mollit: whiter, 
«/&ior, of white, aUma : blacker, nigrior, 
of black, niffer, &c. 

The second kynd is of nonne sabstan- 
tiues Terbals, aoswerine to the latins in 
tor and trix: as of make, faeio, maker, 
factor : of bake, pifuere, baker, piator : 
of heare, audio^ hearer, auditor : of rede, 
ItffOf reder, i^or, &c. 

The third kjnd is of them that ann- 
swer to the latins, colled gentiles : as, 



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of LouAK, Louaner, Louanienm. 
of BRi8Tow,Biistoner,^m^f^iMM. 
of PRE8TON,Fre8toner,Prie8^on«nm 
of Britatn, Britaner, Britannus. 
of BoicE, Bomaner, EomanuSy ^e. 

Where note that this laste kjnde is 
both of countreis & cities, and their latine 
in tfiim, and omim, as the examples de- 
clare. 

In ere. 

Bere, potui lupinatuB. 
Bere, recent, entis. 
There, ihiy ietie* 
Where, vU. 
Here, hie. 

StKC^RB, a^ncerui, ra. 
Nowhere, nuUuhi, nusquam, 
SoMWHERE, alieubi. 
Euertwhsrb, vhiquam. 

E ante S. 
In esse. 
y« Chesse, tesserariue ludui, 
A Oesse, eonieetwra, <b, [hoe. 

A Pbesse for wine, torculary arte, 
A Stressb taken, ptgnoratio. 
A Stresse, endenor, eonaiue, tu. 

Cressb, nasturtium^ i, 
A Presse for cloths, preseerium, i • 
A Presse for backs, pralium, lij, 
to Blesse, hearef henidicire, 
to Dresse cloth, eancinnare. 
to Dresse meate, pararey eoquere, 
to Dresse y« haire, amarey comere, 
to Gesse, eonieetare 
to Dresse a wound, eurare. 
to V'BxssEy pr<iemere. 
to Stresse, stringere. 

Yes, it0f etiam, sie est. 

Lesse, minoTi us. 
An Alices, eleemosyna, na. 

BlLEssE, sahurra, a. 
A Cadesse, bird, monedula, a. 
A BuRGESSE, munieeps, ipis, hie. 
A B^rrBSBSEj Juleimentum. 

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A DfoGsssE, diocmsy mo$f hae, 
A. DisTBEssB, pignorU eaptio^ tUi- 

traetio, 
AnEHPBEsss, mperairix, Mcii. 
AnEzcESSB, exeessuSf tM, Mc, 
AnXocBSBEj acces9w, us, 
AnAsBESSE, ahhaiiisa, a, hae, 

CAKutssE, eanahiSf i>, hoc, 

ClinTBssE, idem, eannabum, %, 
A CoxTNTBSSB, comsSy itia, hoc. 
A FoBTBSssE, vallum, i. 
A HAoeEssE, tueStumy i. 

HAitNEssEy arma, orum, hoc, 

Labgesse, largitasy atU, hoc. 

Lawiassb, iUeXy teiiy earn. 
A LiomsssE, Isena, a, hoc. 

Maisteessb, domina, magistra. 

Matteessb, euUitrOy a, hae, 
A MoBTBBSsE, eumphusy i, hie. 
A M6RTEasXyidemyinea8traiura,a, 
A P6ETE88B, porttforium, breuia- 

rium, 
A PoBTCULL^ssE, eatoroeta, a, 
A P6bpes8e, phoeoj a, 
A Pb6cesse, processus^ us. 
A PB6eBBSSE, progreuusy us, 
A Pb6fhete88b, prophstissa, a, 

BiCKNEsaSy agriiudo, morbus, i, 

SuccBssEy suceessus, us, 

TtBLvasE, eaneeUi, arum. 
A Laitbsse, idem. 

Lettesse, laetuea, a, 
A WfLDEBNESSE, sMudo, inis, 
A WfnTEssE, testis, is, hie, hae, 

'W6DWE8SE, glastum, i, 
A Bedb£8sb, reformatio, onis, 
to DieBissB, digredi, diuerti, 
to DisTRtasE, distraUre. 
to ExPB^ssBy exprimere. 
Loke for mo words of E ante S, and 
B ante T, after E ante Y. 

E ante T. 
In ette. 
A Ibt or toy, gestus, us, ioeus, i. 
A Lbttb, impidimefUwn, i, 
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A StTTB, planta, a, 

Spet or epetting, sputum, i. 
A Tette, papilla, a, vher, 
to Fet, or fetch, adferre. 
to ^LETB, pUcare, 
to Get issue, gignh'S, 
to Get goods, aequirkre. 
to Get or obtein, naneisei, eonsequi, 
to Iette, gestire, 
to Lette, impedire. 
to Mete or mesure, metiri. 
to Sette, pofUre, statute. 
to Setts plantes, plantare, 
to Spette, spu^e, 
to Whette, acukre, pihrare, 
to YvrrBmetel,/undere,liquefaeere, 

Hette, calefaetus, a, 

B'ETrEf positus, a. 

Sette, plantatus, a. 

Yet, tamhi, attamhh, 
A BoNETTE, hirruSf i, pileus, i, 
A Bbacelet, hraehude, is, hoe. 
AnAoLETTE, hraeteolum, »• 
A BouGET, seriniolum, i. 
A BxTCKET, beame, tollo, 6nis, hie. 
A Bucket, vessel, mergus, oris, hoe. 

Bbigoet, drink, promulsis, idiSf 
hae, 
A Bbaoget, post, mutulus, i, 
A PAG0ET,/M(?f>, is, hie, 
A Cabpet, tapes, etis, hit. 
A CoBNET, pipe, meluina, tibia, 
A 'EjASK¥:i,linteariumviminaeeuaL 
A Casket, seriniolum, i. 
A Closet, eonelaue, is, hoe. 
A CoTTEBLET, straoulum, i. [^tim. 

Chamblet, dom, serieum vndukh 
An Hatchet, seeuris, is, hae. 
A Basket, eophinus, i, sporta, a, 
y« Eenet for chese, eoagtUum, i, 

Benet, herb, garyophyUata, a. 
A Genet of Spayne, astur equus. 
A LnTNET bird, aeanthis, idis, hae, 
A Billet, eala, a, 
A Phillet, band, 171^, 19, ^ni, e8. 
A Phillet of flesh, musculus, i, 
A BtblbTi tyring, ealantioa, a. 



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A "FEBXBfty Juro, imit, viu$rra. 

QtAxKBTTEA, praisdaf orum. 
A PlitsBi, pntaeutf •'. 
AnHELKBiiE, eaaiif idts, hoc. 
A Tbiuettb, trtpesy edii, hie. 
A Eeuettb, eUmUy «. 
^A PlBTLET, strophiuw^ «*. 
A MaLLKSf muUui, i^ trigla. 
A PdLLBi, puUu$, «. 
A Pellet, ^lana^ globulm. 

Yeluet, i&rieum viUoium. 
A PlXitet, planSta, a. 
A PLiiiacEr, plumhdtum. 
A Ei$in>LET, temicaduif •• 
A P6sT, poita^ a. 
A Poppet, pupa, pupui. 
A PtfppET, idim. 
A P6cKET, ioeculumf «. 
A EocHET, ruheUiOf onis, hie. 
A PoEmTET, vreeoluif i. 
A P6s8ET, oeruiiia laete eaiefada. 
A Pfif CKET, iuhuloy onis. 
A Wf sKEi, tportulay a. 
A THf CKST, dumktum^ i. 
A WfcKET, portsUa, a. 

Pbofet, vtUitoif atis. 
A PihtsK^, funda, a, hae. 

BiET, inUmperanUa, a, 

EtsPET, respeetus, us. 

SolBLET, eoctus, i. 
A YiBLET, vsma, na. 

StfET, Uquamm, inis, hoe. 
A Pi}et, phalaris, idis, hie. 
A Sf eiTBT, Beale, sigiUum^ i. 
A Gf eiTET, eignus, i. 
A STBt^MPET, «<;or^Mm, «• 
A Si$B7ETy erapulOf <?« 

A TiBLET, ^tiMe^, IS, 

A ChIplet, corona^ a. 

A TfppET, t^/a, IS. 

A Tbippst, tripuSf odis, hie. 

A BXinoer, ^anttfutum, •• 

A Blaneet, lodix lanea, 

A BlsKET, eassida, a. 

A Doublet, diplots, idis, hie. 

A Cb&kbI| sakummdrOf a. 



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Anl^BET, asteriaSf adis, hie. 
An^MMXTf formieay cs. 
An^uET, laeerius, U. 
A GiinnsT, bird, penehps^ opis. 
A SrfLLET, pateUOf <b. 

Bf^BHET, herb, prunetta, a. 
A BiuET, dauuSf i. 
A OOBBET, holuSf i. 
A GK>BLET, oymeay phiala. 
A GoBOET, torques, is, hie, hae. 
A GlNTLET, maniea ferrea. 
A 'FB6vTLBr, frontaie, is, hoe. 
y« GKJLLET, Ungula, guia, a. 
A PthxET, puUus, i. 
AnHi^LET or oole, vUda, a. 
A Iacket, tuniea, m. 
A Backet, retieuhm. 
A TIoKET, elauuhs, a. 

luKE^TO, leUaria, orum. 
A LlTOHET, eorrigia, a. 
A BiTCHET, superpeUieeum. 
A LfxTEBST, lepuseulus, «. 

A MiLLET, ^tl^M, ^, A<8(^. 
A WlLLET, irMm^MM^ IS. 

In etche. 

Blbtohe, atramenium, i. 
A Yetchs, mot, OMMUs^tMio. 
A Fetch, idem. 
A "Wbetch, miiMr, a. 
to Fetch, afferre. 
to Beche, dutendi. 
to Stbbtgh, disUrahere. 

In eth. 

y« Twentbth, viaesimus. 
y« Thibteth, tngssimus, a. 
y« FoBTETH, quadragesimus, a. 
y FoTETH, qwnquagesimus, a. 
y^ SrcTETH, sexagesimHs, a. 
y Seuenteih, septuagesimus, a. 
y« EiGHTETH, oetogesimus, a. 
y« NnrEETH, nono^MtrntM, a. 
y« HiTVDBETH, eentesimus, a. 
Bekethe, infrh. 
Yin>EBHEiE, infir^ inferi^. 
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the present tenses of yerbs aotines and of 
Ter M nentersy do ende in tth, as, 

Kb Loueth, amat. 
He Bedkeh, Js^. 
He Teaohbih, docet 

In ete, or 6ete. 

A BsiEy beta, a. 
A Bleib, hUtumj «. 
y« 'FtsTE^ pedes. 
GbiisiBy iohulum, «• 

A ShSBTE, 2<Hto ^ffliMI. 

Hetx, ^tf^ tf. 
to FLi^EXBy euper/errt. 
to GsiETE, w^epe, laeArynuurt. 
to GstETB one, eakUare. 
to Mekie, O^fn'oTtf. 
to Wet, AMm^tf^ofv. [eharUe, 

A Sh£eib of paper, iutegra^ lata 

SwBiE, duleie, e, 

WiETE, humidut, da. 

MASihcET, Makumeteif u, Aif • 
to Reflbib, replere. 
to Refeie, repetere. 

DisoBEiE, ditcretus, prudens. 

ExPLiTE, expUtus, a. 

CoKPLEiE, eompletuSf a. 

Bepletb, repletusj a. 

Si^OQBBTE, eecretuB, a. 
A StoQBBTE, eeerHumy i. 

M£eie, op^tM, a, idoneui, a. 

Wher note tliat mete is also the sipie 
of some Terbals in bH4$y and of participiali 
indtiMy as, 

Mete to be loued, amahUiij e. 

Meeie to be red, legendue. a. 

And so forth of others. 

In eth. 
to S£eth, neuter,^ hdUre. 
to Seethe, actiue,^ Uxarej coqu^e. 
to T&BTHE, deeimare. 

Eth, faeiUsy e. 

YkIth, diffieUie^ e. 

T^siH, d&ntee^ ium. 

1 Theee two words are traiuposed in 
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E ante V. 

Oe^ue, dolor, molesU. 
A Eeeue, vtUieuSj 4. 
A Sleeue, fnaniea, a. 

Leue, f^diHa, 18, Ueentta, m. 

"BiELtsuZi fidee, eiy hoc. 
to Gleue, eetndhe, findere. 
to Geue, c^dTd, oonfnre. 
to Qe±eue, fnoleetare. 
to Beleeue, eredire. 
to FoBOEUE, dinUtterej ignoseh^e. 
to Beleue, rejieh'e, releuare. 

These can not bee written in ewe, loke 
the note of ane. 

Here folowe oertaine words omitted be- 
fore of £ ante S, and £ ante T. 
to HlBKBssB, annare. 
to OpPBi^sfls, opprimhre. 
to P68SB8eB, pomddre. 
to Fbofesse, proJUeri. 
to Bedbesse, refefmare. 
to Eepb£8se, reprinUre. 
to Bxj¥FtLk8BE,'8iipprmh'e. 
to TBiirseBissB, tranegredi. 
to WiTNEssB, eanUHari. 

There be also many other that end in 
nesM, dertned of aoiectiaes, called of 
grammarians snbstantiues denominatines, 
and most be sought in the place of adieo- 
tines in the or£r of metre if ye will : 
as of bay, barnesse : of eay, gaynesse : 
of glad, glaoiesse: of Dad, oadneese, 
fto. Where it is to be noted, that 
though many write this termination in 
nee, as goomiee, blacknes, shortnee, &o. 
yet it is better to write tiiem in nesae, 
as goodnesse, blaoknesse, shortenesse, &o. 
Tee else some wold rede gredines, for 
grediness& lawlinee, for lawlinesse, &o. 
two sillables for three, the latine of these 
end in Uu, iudoy mm, mh, mv, am; m is also 
a termination commonly of the pluraU 
number of snbstantiaes, & be so many 
plnral as there be substantiues sLDgalar, 
as stone, stones, bone, bones, way, wayes, 
day, dayes, &0. There be moreoner many 
woids tnat ende in lease, and be adiectiues, 
signifying laoke of that which the sabstm- 
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BiXkt)Ijm«b, mh&rhUf a. 
ClBELBSSB^ ineurtus, a, 
£irDLS88X, inJlniiWf a. 

HlBBOBLESSS, tnho^uif «. 
LlwLESSE, ilieXf ids. 
MiBCTLEssB, tmmiimcorSt 0rii$. 
FItheelbbsb, arhus poire. 
If 6THSRLE8SE, tdem^ orphanu9f «. 
PlTifLBSflB, indoienif eniis. 
Pabilessb, experi^ erUt, 
B^cxxKssB, negligmuj eniit. 
Bhamelissb, impudwutf a. 
8TB£irGTHLss8B, tnfirmuSf a. 
TooTHLBSSBy $dmtulus^ a. 
T6KeTrsLB8SB, eUngwiif $. 
WfiLESsx, demms, ewtu. 
N^mEBTHSLBSsoBy nihiUminuB. 

The Latine of thcM bee oompoimded 
with Ml, «y \{«, lur, as in the examples : or 
else may be rendred by the prepoaLticm 
«fi^ w dbtqm^ as 

HBAT>T.TffWB, tine, «%ae, Mff^. 

FOOTBLESBB, ttfltfy O&^e, /M(^. 

Etblbssb, ttfM ficulo, 
HiBBLBSflBy 9in$ eaptUo. 

In eshe. 

Flbshb, earo, amis^ hao. 
A Ebsh, Htncut, «'. 

"Wmhb, lottum, i. 
to Thbbsh, iriiurare. 

Fbbshb, new, r^^^MM, ^^m. 

Fbbsh, ynsalted, insukiu, a, 

Nbshb, tmer, a. 
to EEFRisHB, reereare^ nfirigerare. 

In eate. 

A Bbbst, pwtuiy orii, hoc. 
A Chb8T, eistOf a. 
A Cbbsi, msta^ a. 
A GuBSTy hospes^ tii, h$Cf hoc. 
AnHBST, promiase, primismj onii. 
Jl Kbbt, nidusy «. 
A QuB8T, mqumtiOf onis, hae. 
Bbbt, requiei, ei, hoe. 



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7« WBBaiofy«]iaiid,M#^0Mr:f»»Mi,«. 
A Webbt for an instramenti j^/m- 

to Nbst, nidulari. 
to Ebst, r$quie9ehr€. 
to Wbbstb, torqu^e. 

Bbsi, op^tmiM, A. 

Blbsi, heatuSf a, 

Pbbst, paratus, a. 

Lbst, fitf, ne forte, 
A Beh£8t, promism. 
A BBauisTy hgatum, i. 
A CoKaxTBST, aequmtioj anu. 
A FoBBSTy n^tniM, 0m, ^. 

HlBTJB8Ty mssiiSf iij hoc. 

rNTEBBSTy poMeitiOf onii. 
A B£dbbe8T, bird, &r%thaeu9y t. 
A Bbquj^, rofftUui, U9, 
A TiMPBST, procellsy a. 
to Bequest, ^or^. 
to Behest, pramitere. 
to C6Nai7]BBi, jpo^W aoqutrere. 
to DieBST, digerere. 
to Dishonest, iI^AoiMc^afV. 
to Fybst, pedk'e. 
to n6NB8T, hoMitare. 
to Inhokbst, in p«/ dehmeiUre. 
to MAiopisTy moMt/^^ori. 
to Molest, mohstare, 
to Pbot£8I, proUsUuri, 
to SuooJfesT, iugaerere. 

Dishonest, tnAonM^, n. 

Ynhonbst, m^^ iiimf;roit<#. 

Eldest, maximus natu. 

£abnb8T, Mr»tM, ii, firuiduif a. 

Fewest, pauoieHmij la. 

Ft^BTHBST, vUimu8, a. 

H6nb8t, honestuSf prohus^ a. 

Tnicost, •n^»«NM, a. 

MlNIFBST, monf/M^, a. 

Modest, modesUuSf pudmu. 

YNDioisT, 4nooneocki$, «• 

IiocoDBST, immodei^. 

Bst is also the termiiiaeioa of the letond 
persons singidar of the present t«BSii of 
all Terbes actiues and nentecB, as 

thou LoiTBST, amas. 



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thou ElABlST, 2^. 

thou Platest, htdis. 
thou P&iTEgT, aras, Sfc. 

Thif most be considered in metring and 
in oonhi^ting rerbei of tiifl aetioe and 
neuter signification. 

Bet is also the sini of the saperlatiae 
degree : as of fayre, myrest, fonle, foulest, 
Ac For the Latino looke thy Grammer. 

In 4686. 
CHissEy oiuetu^ •'. 
FlIbsb, vUm, 0r%8j hoe. 
G^BSB, amerea^ rum. 
Vide reliqua in eoe. 

E ante T. 

Makohst, pan%9 sili^neut. 
A SXllst, aceiariumy •'. 
A Pallet, cuUUrOj a. 
A MAeeBiTE, t&rmH^ itti, Me. 

Maemalbt, fnslaphaeui, i. 
A MIbxlbt, apedee^ is, hoe, 
A TBt^xPET, tuba, a. 
A Ti5eb]^, fish, rhomhuSf i. 
A TtfBBBT, turrieula, Im. 

St^CKBT, spice, 9ueeu9j u 
to Discomfhe, deuineere. 
to DisaxrlBT, inquMtare. 
to FoEFET, perdkre. 
to FoEOET, ohUuMei. 
to PlEOET, entstare. 
to Peofet, profieire. 
to R^PET, re^ne^e. 
to SxTSFET, erapulari. 
to BdFFBT^ eolophvtart. 
to YiTDEBsiT, iuffiUeire. 
to Baitxet, eonmuari. 

Qxroa, ptietWf a. 

8£cebte, teereiui, a. 

BoABun, eoeeineuif a. 

BtfsaETy aqmhti, a. 

WIcHET, $etaulatu8, a. 

YiOLET, violaeeuij a. 

li any moe end in ttt*, they be sub- 
•tantiaes diminutiiMi, whidie may be 
formed thus, as 

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A liAmsBXT, of laner, hieraeukUf i. 
A Pbicebt, of prick, <fom«ffai/iM,«. 
A Thicket, of thick, dumdtumf i. 

that is to say, a little capon; 

the little or less laner. 

Ac. their Utin endeth commonly in ii^, 
or Mm, Ac. 

E ante W. 

y« Dewb, ros, reru, hie. 
A Clewe, glomui, iy Me. 
A Ceewe, eat&ruoy a. 

Glewe, gluUn, inis, hoe. 
A Iewe, ludeui, i. 
A Mewb, motio, ameoy tie, hie. 

Newes, noua, orum. 
A Eewe, eeriee, #», Me. 

Eewe, herbe, ruia, a. 
A Shbew, prauHSf a. 
A Yew ti^^, taxuSf «, hae. 
A Stewe, Mfpoeauitwn, i. 
A View of things, mitimaUo. 
tb Beewb, potum eoqiUre. 
to Glewe, eongUtUnare. 

to HeWE, (^/oTtf. [MfNKTd. 

to Mew an hauke, mouerOf tram' 

to Eewe, peniUre. 

to Sewe, aukre. 

to Shewe, oetkndere. 

to Seewe, /tnM (M^tfM spect&re. 

to Spewe, $puire, vomere. 

to SEwonetothelawe,mHMVM«ir«. 

to Tewb ledder, ^W^ eondire. 

to Vewe, astimare. 

Blewe, eeruleua, a. 

Dews, debitue, a. 

"Fvsr&y paucus, a. 

Newb, nouus, a. 

TsEWs, veruB, ra. 
A FiTCHEWE, marieej m, ha$. 

Fethebfew, herh,/Mir^A«fiMMi^«. 
AnHi^BEEw, Mabrtauif a. 

IssEW, prolee, hae. 
A KiRLEWE, eieonia, a. 

MiLDEWE, tneUigOf inii, hae. 
y« MfosTEBW, menitruum, i. 
A 'NtpSMw/nepoe, diie, Me. 



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A Tfa^iBBXw, gmera^io, gm^ealofia. 

"Bjks^AJXBXWf $dne$f ei, hoc. 
A "BaSKXWy r$eepUt$y ut^ reeup^ 
ratio. 

A 'B,tTnsssw^rAiiu9fpr(mnLljiA^m. 
Il SfKEWs, wrtuij tM, artena, a. 
A "Najtew, roote, napui^ «. 
y« Yalbw, t^o/or, oitmitio. 

YxRTUx, PHiusy ^U%$, hoc. 
to Eirniw, tiufii^. 
to Eschew, tfffMgere. 
to BBSHEfiw, impr^eari male, 
to CoKrfNEW, peruuerare, 
to Df sooNTiiniWy de9ue$e^. 
to IssiWy «irfrd. 
to Fussiw, rer$0qm. 
to Bb8x£w, reeftpmran, 
to Ebk£w, r^MOUord. 
to SuBTtw, %Migkr9. 
to Yalkw, aitimare. 
to WfioEws, tftiM^tXtird. 
A Sxswx, /tmtM, a. 

Yktb^ws, iMfi r^ftft. 

Ad£we, vaU. 

An£ws, i{«ii«d. 

Where note that none of theee ending 
in ew can be written in en*, bypauae a 
Towel foloweth it, oonoeming which role 
loke the note in an« as is aforetayd. 

In ewoe. 
A Sleitcb, &mii$oriumy «. 
A Tbxwcs, leagae^yb^, m$, hoe. 

In ewge. 
HxwGBy va$tu9f a, horriMU. 

In ewle. 

A KswLi, poetoniiy idie, A<w. 
A Eewli, re^iHa, a. 
to Eewle an horse, oe obetruere. 
to Eewlb, rej^^e, gyhemare. 
If fsBxwLB, exeeuui^ luxue, k#. 

In ewme. 

the Flewkb, phlegma, diu, hoe. 
7« Biwics, rieuma^ dtUf hoe. 



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A Flbuxb, lanooy jpAfcMoiWNifii «. 

In ewth. 

Ebwth, <fofer, irittiUaf a. 
Tbewth, verUoBf diie^ hoe. 
Yhtbuth, ^rrw, <Jrw, Aw. 

/n £y, or Bie desinentia. 

Bt, nygh, iuxtd^ prope, 

Bt, through, per. 
to Btb, Mw^tf, mereari. 
A "biiaxy puptti, pupa. 
AnH6BiB, hauke, aUmdarim. 

Hebebtb, Aiitf m proximo. 
Thkbbt, tUo mode. 

In eye, or cie. 

A CoNTiDBRiGiB, eoniuTotiOf onis. 
y« STJPBiiLiOTE, pritnatmy us. 

GnAictBCTB, Ao^ graUae. 
A LsoACTB, legiUo, onie. 

TtsACTB, piraUea ars. 
A P&£laoib, prakUus, ui. 

'kssEscTE, essentia, a. 

AnoLEscKNOiE, adotesoentia, ee. 

YiHSMEKGis, vehementiay 0. 

rKFAiroiE, m/!in^ki, <». 

Mbbctb, miserieordia, €S. 

P6L10TB, poUtiay a. 
A Pb6ph]bcis, prcphetia, a. 
A M6irABCHix, ifumoroAMi, 18. 
A DiJtohis, i^M^itf, iM. . 
to AxkBcix, muUare, 
to Pb6pb[bsib, prophetare. 

In dye, or die. 

to Dtb, death, morior, riy ohire 

mortem. 
to Btb doth, tingere^ imbuere 
A Dtb, alea^ a. 
AnErs, oeuius, i. 
A MXladib, morbus f i. 
A Ladtx, domina, €b: 
A C6medt, eomeMt, a. 
A BtygpiB, r em e d iu m y i. 
A TsXoBDiK, tragedia, a. 



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A B6bt, earpui, ariSf hoe. 

PoLTPODT, poHpodiumf i, 
A OtfsiOBiB, cuatodtaf a. 

MELODY, mdodia, a. 
A N6bbt, mario, ants, kic. 
A 8ti}by, stuHumf «. 
A SuDTBf fabricaf a* 
to Stubeb, siudire. 
to Bemebib, redintegrar$, remeim. 

BiwBTB, turp%9f e. 

BL6Tn>iEy cre^n^, n. 

'BB,(>Tn>T&y foBeunimi a. 

Cloubt, mibilm, ntmboiui. a. 

FoTTEBTB, vadotuSi a. 

MoTTLBiB, muciduSf a. 

FooLBHASBT, UiMrariui, awktx. 
A Ieopabbie, pmeuhmf «. 

HIrbt, audax. 

H£bt]S| effifCdniSf $• 

Leabib, phmbo9U9^ a. 

WbAjj>y, Jirmu$t rohmtuSf a. 

VnwbIlby, tnfirmuSf imbieiUii. 

GhbBix, vertiginotusj a. 

OsiEBiBy euptduif auidusy a. 

NtBBiB, indiffnm, inops. 

EiABY, promptWf para^. 

Sp£eby, expiditu^f a. 

TfBYB, agiUsy e. 

Mt$BBYy limosus, luieus, a. 

Et$BBi£, rubietmduB, a. 

WoBBIEy 9fflU08USf 0. 

Saitdie, (irenoiui, a. 
"WtfTDiB, vmioiuif a. 
YiTBLot^BiE, incnmiuSf a. 
Yhbebie, imparaiMSf a. 
8T&BJ)TSy pemieax. 
y« StiJbby, vertigo, wtw, hoe. 
BxtfBBYB axke, verttginoem. 

In tye^ or fle. 

FyE| hem, vah. 

GosHOQiuPHYy eoemographia, a, 

Obthogbaphis, orthogrf^hMj a. 

Fhilosophib, philoiopkia, a. 
to ExlKPLiFYE, aeemuiare. 
to XnPUTx^ amphfieare. 
to BewtipiBi deeorare. 



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to CBt5ciFYB, erueifigere. 
to FixsiFiBy faUifimre. 
to "FoBXiFYEf fortificare. 
to Gbatifyb, gratificari. 
to It^STiFiBy iuBtificare. 
to MIeBiFYE, magntfieare. 
to MoLiiFYE, moUire, 
to MoBTiFiB, morHficare, 
to NoTiPiE, nottficare. 
to TAonYitf paeare, 
to PrfBiFYB, purifieare. 
to PiJtbipyb, pvArifaeere, 
to Bi[iiFYB, raJtum faekfre. 
to Sajtctipib, sanetffieare, 
to SItisfyb, eattsfaeere. 
to SioNiFiE, eignifieare. 
to Vebifie, verificare. 
to ViTBBATJTiPiE, dedecorare. 

There be many tliat end in i(fa derived 
of Terbs, oomponnd with/*^. 



/n gye, or gie. 

to Gyb, ohliquare. 
y« Clbmhb, (^i^ert^i ri . 
25 AnApoLoeiB, apologia, a. 
y Lethebgib, lethargiaf a. 
CLAGeTB, lubrieue, a. 



In hyo, or hie. 

Hye, or high, altus, a. 
to Hye, haet, feetinare. 

Thy, or thyne, tuus, a. 

Why, wherfore, eur^ quarL 

VoBTHY, dignuB, na. 
Kote also that this woorde worthy is 
the signe of many TerbaeUa in Hlii, and of 
partioipialB in dtUy as in these folowing. 

WoBTHY to be loued, amdbiHa, e. 

WoBiHY to be herd, oiMkMM^, a. 

In kye, or kie. 

Eye, or kyne, vaeeOy arum. 
A Lagkie, pedisegua, a. 
A MthncYB, oabusy i. 

TuBXiE, Tartarioy a. 

Hooue, hamoiui, a. 



TaLtfSEYE,^8ilipi099$$, 



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LucKTB, fimt^f a. 
Yklucktx, infauiiui, m. 

In lye, or lia 

Ltb for washing, Uxtumrn^ «. 
to Ltb, rest, iaoir^f cuniUr^. 
to Ln, say false, mmUiri. 
to Fltb as a bird, wdar^^ voUUm, 
to Fltb, mn away, fu§^ 
to Gltb, Uppire. 
to Pltb, apply, tneumh^e, 
to Flts, bend, ^/ff^^^. 

Sub, nimble, ^ikiy U. 

8ltx, craftie, oiMui, «. 
A BfiLLTi, iwi^, dhm, i. 
A Faiolis, /offitTia, <». 
A FiBLTB, tnir^euhim^ U, 

FoLLis, stnUitia, a. 
A Ft LUB, tf^*Ai, a. 

GiLUB, coagvhm^ %. 
A. GiLLTB, phiuMui, «. 
A G6rbbltb, hMm, oms, kic. 
AnHoLTB, ti^ iUXf im, hse. 
AnH6]aLiB, homilia, a. [hoe. 
AnHt^BLTBUBLT, eommotio^ omm, 

Itaub, Ralia^ is. 

IiJlib, moneth, A/tiM, •'. 
A LfLLiE, LtUum, f . 

PlBCBLTB, apiwm^ ij. 

A FtfLLIB, Or^MTN^Mffl, «. 

A R6weALTB, phaceUuSf «. 
to BlLLiB, iUudhre. 
to GiiJJB, eangelmre. 
to MtfLTiFLiB, muUipUcmr$. 
to EsPLiB, repUcare, 

BxASTLT, iettiaHif 0. 

B6dtlte, eorparoMs, e. 

CutimXR, mundiUf da. 

CoxBLTB, deeoruSf a. 

C68TLT, iumphioiuif a, 

Cot^BTLTB, hasHicui, a. 

DlTUE, quotidtanui, 0. 

BsiDLTB, HMfii^ i#. 

BzsBtfux, wr0§¥lmr%9^ 0. 



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FiTHXBLT, pai^muif na. 
If oTHBBLT, matsmutf no. 
Bbothsblt, frtOemus, mh 
S18IBRLY, sarorius, a. 
Fl£shlt, camalis^ U. 
F6BCEDLT1; inmtua, ta. 
FKiKDLT, amumSf oa. 
Ghostly, spiritutiU; U. 
GstsBLT, horrihiUi, ie. 
Hbaueklt, ecdeiUi^ $U. 
H6lt, umetu9y eU, 
HoueLT, korridmf da. 
I6llt, iocmduij da. 
KfKDLTf bmianuif a. 
KnroLY, refolii^ #, r0gwi. 
LfvBLr, 9%uu9, a, vigoroiui. 
L6&DBLY, imperio9u$j $a. 
L6wLY, humilisy U. 
MiNLY, vmlUf U* 
If iKEBLY, cmiUa^ U. 
MisntfLY, enormu^ ms. 
Mt^LLY, puluertdentw, a. 
NfoHTLY, noetvmui, na. 
OvLYy soluif la. 
PlRTLY, parUm. 
Pr^bstly^ unmrdMUi^ U. 
PbIncely, principaUst U. 
SfLLY, mis0randui, da. 
S£hsly, decoruiy ra. 
8£biy, imperio9u$f 9a. 
SieHTLY, visMkSf U. 
Sloubvly, Mordiduif da. 
SotfxHLY, auttraiHf a. 
StItbly, 0laiui, a. 
YoELYf hmyhUf da. 
YNeoBLY, mpiuif a. 
GK>i)LY, piuSf a. 
YnicIhbbly, inoMUSf U. 
YnbiJly, irregularis^ 0. 
Yks^kely, ind0earu0^ ra. 
Ywwf SELY, imprudens. 
YmoLLnieLY, inmiuSf ta. 
KieHTLY, iasU. 
Yttbrly, pronu9, 9m$md. 
WfiEmreLY, 8oi0Hi Sc pnukm. 
WtLYB, iuhdolui, asMui, a. 
WOBKXKAJTLT, ortifiHomUf a. 



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WoBLDLT, mmukmuif 9$mtUir%B, 
YisBBLT, unwuaHm, quoUamis. 
Paray ig alio the signe of dimmiitnies 
at adieetiiies : as, 

Pabtlt redde, rubteunthUf «. 

Pabtlt fayre, pukhreUuSf a. 
These be derived of adieotiiiei, and haue 
their latine in sUut, mAm, u$^¥$, to. 

Meetly, meiioeriUr^ is yaed also 
in the same sense that partly : as, 

Meetly fieiyre, puknreUut^ Sfo. 

There be also many other ending in ly, 



perteyninf to thia piaoe, which we omit 
for brenitie sake, bat namely of qnalitie, 
as these that folowe, and soch other. 



Gladlt, of glad, ket^^ htb&nUr. 
Madly, of mad, ituUi. 
Basely, of bare, utM^, tier. 
Babbly, of rare, rard. 

The english of all whidie is alwayes 
thns fonrmed by putting to lyej and the 
latin is formed ot the Mieotiue, by torn- 
ing us into ^, as duru$t duri, or hj putting 
Ur to the first case in t, as dun, dwriter, 
fto. nejrther doth this rule only holde in 
the positine degree, but also in the oom- 
paratiue and soperiatiue degrees: As of 
mirtor, durhuy hardlyer or more hardly, 
of dun$nmtti, duriuimk^ hardliest, or most 
hardly, Ac. 

In my. 

Mt or mjne, fMu$, a. 
AnABXiE, 0x&rciiui, m. 

AsiBOKOMiB, astronomia, a. 

Blasphsmib, HasphenMf a. 
AnEkemib, inmicu9f koitis, 
A Fhisoitomib, sffiffiss, m, hoc. 
AnTiorAiaB, in/amia, <r. 

Olamkyb, UnaXf v%ico$u$f a. 

FoxYB, tpumoiUi. 

LfKYB, olam, viieo9H9, a. 

SLfMYE, kmOiUif 0» 

SroBim, procelioiuif a. 
WoBXYBy V0rmicoiut, o. 

In nye or nigh. 
Nyb, ,or Bi£^ fropif mds. 



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Nib, welnigh, /#r^, propL 
to Nib as an horse, himUre. 

Abkonye, armantaf m. 

MoiTYB, p^cuniOf m, 

BbIonie, herb, hryoma, a, 
A Cbbemokie, cermnmiay a. 
A CoMPAiOB, eomitaius, U9. 

CoMPAiriE, oommereium, ^j. 
A ComrYB, cunioulMi, U. 

EoBYKOBYB, iupoUnum. 

Destbnie, fatum, •'. 

Felonie, fitrtuM, «. 

Gluttoky, aastrmerfiaf a. 

HoBYB, vm^ lii, hoe, 

Matbdconib, (foniu^iumf ^', ma- 
irimomum. 
A Meaity, muUUudOf dmis. 
A Tatbimovir, pak4momum. 
A Fennyb, denariumf if. 

Pf 05IE, paonia, a. 
A Pbogs^ye, ^ogmi$$t m, A<m. 

Eattbfib, ro^fitf, «• 

SfxoiTYE, tymonia^ a, 
y^ Srf oioE, tffcoHtt io$f hoc, 
A TssTiMOiriB, testmontMmf i. 

Tybabkie, tyrmmu, idii, htc. 
A Tuny fiah, tkimnui, ». 

YillIbie, violentia, m, 

Wodbskie, hetonica FtmU. 

Any, vUu9^ U. 

MlBY, fnuUuB^ a. 

B6KYB, ioituSf faciiuit «• 

Fenky, paluitrii, #. 

TtiOTEfJUieoiUgf $a, 

M6mbntaky, mom mi m MUt f «. 

RiYBYB, J^MMMMM, S* 

Eaybyb, phmMi, U, 
SthiNY, afr%cu9^ a. 
ST6irY, saxoiui, «• 
B6irY, oismif a. 
TAt^NYB, batieuSf «• 
Th6bnye, spinoiHi, a. 
WfHiB, vtnoiUif ••• 

In pye, or pie. 
A Pye, bird« |^, a. 
A Pyb, meate, 0rtocr0iif a. 




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A SpiEy arhiUr, iy tpecutalor, 
to Spib, •peetarBf obseruar^. 

CopiBy eopia, a, 
A Cixora, etmopm^ i. 

PoFiSy pofomr^ Mi, Aoe. 
to EspfBy ipecuiUri, 
to 0OCUPTE, oecupare. 

BXpfie, «M^0iwt», a. 
Slept, tomiiNJMi^tMi n. 
A CoPiBy exempUtr, ari$, Aoe. 

In rye, or lie. 

En, corne, rfnea, a^ itUgo, ink. 
A. Gbt, damor, oru, kie. 
A. Cbt, proclamatioii, diuul^aito. 
to Cbt, ekmare, voeiforare. 
to Cbtb, proclame, proeUmare. 

Dbtx, midm, a, nccus, «. 
to Tsuty fiy^e, txi. 
to GbY, O^/t^^MTtf o«mA)«. 
to Pbtb, ohseruare, in9picer$, 
to Tbt, proue, prohare, t&iUare. 
to Tbds, fyne, defaeare. 
A BlBBEBT tr^e, oxoehanta, a. 
An AT.mtiTK, termnfln, n/moriioAfni. 
AhAbmobib, armarmn, i. 

Abullabibi anna, appara^ 
heUvnu. 

Aduoutbib, adtdienum, «. 

BluDBT, lenocimum, i. 

BfieoBBDB, mendmias, atii. 

BihcHEBiB, camartmn, i, 

BB6THXLBnB, Unoetntum, «. 

Bt^eoBBT, paderaitia, a, 
A BtrrxBiE, promptuarium. 

CtwroBiE, eenUntrum, 4. 
A Ch£bt tr6ey cerasui, i, hoe, 
A Ch£by, eeroium, i. 

CHfuALBT, milUia, a 

OiooBiE, amfmheia, m, nUyhaxi. 

Clabte, herb, heradia, m. 
A C6KBNIABIB, eommenianum, «. 
A CoiTTBiBUTABiB, conUihtUar. 
A CothrTBBY, patria, <r, r%u, um. 

CooKSBiB, eo^fuinaria, a, 

GosnUBT, p^fmtdi, tiMi, Mc. 



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A BiiTABiB, Alf^tfrMfm, «. 

DbIpbbt, ro/N^ «. 
A Db6]cedabib, Dnmedariui, i. 
AnEKTBiE, addUw, us, v&aUhiUma. 

AnADUBBSABIE, A^N^MrHM, «. 

AnAocoBsaiBiB, aeeeaarius, a. 

BBA.17BBT, mperhia vestitui. 
A Bbeviabib, hreuiarium, %• 

Bbibbbt, amhiim, ta. 
A CdNNBBYE, leporarium, u 

Dowbtb, do8, otis, hao. 

Dbabbebt, mer$tr%emn, ij. 

DBth>eBBiB, B&ruUitoi, aits, hoe. 

DBthcBCEDABiB, DromedarHU, ij\ 

FAfBTB, fimiMs, •'. 

Febbuabib, Feibruariut. 

F£bby bote, eymba, ba. 

FfiBiB, f&Ha, a. 

Flattebtb, adulatio, <mis. 
Jl FbI bbtb, mona$Urium, ij. 

FuMiTOBrB, €apmm,Jumaria, a. 
A FthiTB, ykfta, a, 
A Galebtb, porHcM, m, hoe. 
A GbIkabib, granarium, «. 

Gb6]cbtbib, gdometria, a. [hoe. 
y^ GlIbte of an eg, aUmmm, inii, 

Globie, ghria, a. 
A GkHWEBEBBTE, vua CTUpa. 

HIbbobie, hotpiUum, if, 

Bablotbib, meretridum, i. 
AnHTKDBUBT, rubus idau$. 
A Hiisi6bie, historia, a. 
A H06IBTB, ho9piti¥m, i. 
A HUBTLBBKBT, moTum, fi. 
A MtiLBEBBT tree, tnarui, ri. 

Ht^sBiiffDBTB, aaricuUura, a. 

HuswTUXBTE, lana Sf tela. 

Iasvabjb, lanMoriui, if, 

IxTBT, ludaa, a. 
A IxTBT, inp^ietiio duodenaria, 

Ikdusibie, induetria, a. 

riouBiB, iniuria, a 
AnlKTBODUCTOBiB, introduxio, onie, 
AnrKUBHTOBiE, immUorium, i, 
AhItinebabtb, itinerium, i, 

luBBTE, ebw, 6ri$, hoe, 
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A LiZABTBi l^Oy ^• 

Lbchbetb, UhidOf inW| hoc. 
A LxFBTx, lipra, a. 
A LTBKA&TBy librairitim^ «. 
A LoTTEBT> sartiUcHmf %. 

M^BCTTBTB, mereuriaUSf m, hae. 
y« Maistbte, vtetariaf a. 

MiHjnoTRY, riUu MahufMitieus. 
y« Mix OBiE, m«m<»rui, i8. 

MfBwiFKRTy olsMriommj %, 
A MnasTEBT, nUnwUriumj 4f. 

A Mtstbbtb, mffBiirium^ jj, 
A M6fa8TEET, manasteriumf ij. 

M6cKssTB, Akli&riMmi nrisw, 
A MtiLBBBT, morum^ ri. 
Aii0BATOBiBy orahriwm^ «. 
AnC/xTTiAWiiTB, exiUumj t. 

Palmssibii, ehw-tmaiuia, <?. 
A PiNTsiB, panariuMy «. 
A Pastete, pUtoriumf i. 

PxLLiTOBiE, pyrefyum^ tri. 
A PumoiTABiEy prniaionariu^f «. 

Pebttosib, aderummf i . 

PiBiuBiB, periurium^ «. 
A PiLiABiBy paiibubtmy U. 

P6BTBIB, poSmOj atUf hoc. 
AnApdTBCABTBy arofnaeopohf a. 

PouLTBTBy auiarwmj if\ 

Pb^bbvdabt, canonieui, a. 

Pbokoetobie, protmmtoHum, 

Pbop^eiatobib, propitMorium. 

PuBGAiOEiBy purgatoriumf «. 

QuABBT, latoma, a. 

BsposuoBiEy ri;patf^0r»tfff». 

Etbattdey, l&nociniumf i, 

BoBBBBTBi ropMia, pradatto. 

BoBABiB, rosarium, i. 

BosxABT, rofOfiMriiM, 9ki. 

SAxrtBTB, eimUagOy inii, hao. 

StCU^TDABIBy aM»fflAirHMy «• 

Secteabib, ssetariu$, «. 
SieiroBiEi signatoritmj i, 
SJbrruABiE, MWtf^NtfrniMy r^*. 
Sbcbbtabie, 9ccr§riu$y u 
SezxeTi 90ormrfumf i. 



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Slotteneie, soriUUs, m, A<9^. 

SoLDiorBiE, nUHtia, a. 

SoBCEBTB, nicronumtia, a* 
A SnPENDABiB, ittpendiarxkBj mer- 

eenarius. 
A SroBiBy hwtorta, a. 
A SteawbJ&by, ^ajFrwm,^rf. 
A SrBAthBET, herby^i^orMi «. 
A Sth>ABiBy sudarnm, u 
A BthocABiB, nmmarium, u 

St^BaEET, ehtrurffta, a. 

SuooouET, herb, ciehorta, «. 

Tapsibtb, tapStum, it. 
A Teebhobib, torrttorium, i. [if. 
A TfmAXENTAKO, testam&ntortus, 

TutEUBXT, Juritm, U. 

TEAtFOBiE, prodUiOf onii. 

TeeIohebt, idom. 
A Teesobie, ^AMfffimriWmy •• 
A Tbibttiabie, irihuiarius, t. 

TBUicPEBiBy icrutaf orum^ obex, 
ieia. 

YiiTBBiE, Vemuy Sru, hao. 

YisTBiE, veatiariumj i, 

YfoioBiE, Victoria^ a. 

YsuBiB, vmrOf a, fcmu$, hr%$. 
A Wh^ebt, boate, ponto, onii, hie, 
to CtiltET an horse, pecUre* 
to ClBET, portare, vehere. 
to FiBT, adore mom, 
to HiBST, dopopulari. 
to MAbt, mo^monnan oonirahoro. 
to YiBT, i?arkirtf. 
to TlET, oporirtf marart. 
to WlET, corse, «ir0^iirf,m0MiiMrtf. 
to MisoiBT, dojio^o, mUriro. 
to FiET, feriari. 
to BtSBT, oopohro, 
to Globie, ghriari. 
to Ikiubib, «iMiirt«r». 

Xhobte, iraoundtu, a. 

C6htbabt, tfon^oriitf, a* 

BiFEE soBT, do/onooriuif a. 

AocESSABiE, aoooMriuo, a. 

Ch£tbtb, parouo, oa. 

H^TBT, puoouB, a. 



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'FuoiTKiEjJhnduiy ia. 
HthreBT, f a m i l icut ^ oa. 
£uxETy 9wmu, quiUM. 
M£bt, hUarii, re. 
If fsRiB, bihncutf «. 

, FifiCABT, primarius, a. 
FB6pmAT0BTy prcpUuUorimf u, 
SlnsFA0T6BT, 9at%^BuUrimy a. 
SluoETy it^ndui, a. 
8xiTTi!iET, luirieui, «. 

SLUBBIBy M^. 
SOLTTABIB, 9oUUrnUj «. 
SoBT, <rt#^, tfy ini#0r, a. 
Bt^BKiBy d4ueri%f a, a. 

TiJ&BTB, JHiOMM, a. 

TbIhaitobib, ^fYMiMiorNa, n. 
YlBTB, vmrws, a. 
YfiBTy «#rii#, a. 
YfsIubbtb, iwmpiduif a. 
Ybtolubtabib, inuituij «. 
YoLinrTABiE, fwAifi^arHft. 

WlXBBIBy OfMOMM, O. 
W£ABIB,/tfMtM> «• 

There be also diuene other that ende 
In rye here omitted for breuities eake, 
which may be called a kinde of denomi- 
natiiies, but mnche diffsfing horn the 
nature of them in tie or in B ii M , fbr two 
caoies : firrt that wher as those are de- 
rined of adiectiues, and formed of the 
lame, as of yr «im», #« heauie, are formed 
heemnesee or gramtie : and of h<mH$, a, 
good, are foroMd goodnesse, or bonntie, 
ht bonntie is written for bonitj : these 
contrarie in rye are formed of snbstan- 
tines : as of armonr, armorie, of draper, 
draperie, of sUne, sUnerie, and such other : 
secondly bycanse that where as the other 
do siffnifie for the moste parte some 
qnalitie, as the foresayd ezam]^ declare, 
Bignifle eyther some place, as of harbour, 
harbouiie, AMfH/ttMn, of coney, conyrie, 
Upo r mr i tm : or else some office, as of Mud, 
baudrye, tm$ eini t m , of begger, begger, 
beggerie, m mt KeiUB ^ or dse some instru- 
ment, as of dyet, dyetarie, dietarium : of 
briefe, breuiare, briuiariumj Sec, fynally 
though these be the oliiefe naturs of onre 
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excluded oerteine other which oome of 
adiectiues and of Tcrbs, as of braue, 
brauerie, tplendor^ of flatter, flatter^e, 
adtilmtio. But bycanse these be so row 
that they require no rule, we leue them 
to be obserued, noting this finally, that 
the other in zia, which come of snbstan- 
tiues, haue their latine commonly in 
arum^ as the examples declare. 

In aie, or sye. 
A C0BTBOUBB8IB, eontraueritaj a. 
y DB6psTy hydropsy €pf$, hao, 
the FiBST, p$t%mmy ims, hsc. 
y^ FfilirsTy maniOf «. 

Faiitst, phanitumaj atts^ hoe. 
y^ Fbbitot, phrenesisy enoe, hoe. 

H^BBST, hMre9%9j eoSf hae^ 

HTPooBnuB, hpp&ormiy ^^ hoe. 

GlxoaiB, %^t^pid, m. 
A Fl£i7BI8IB, pieurUiSf mIm, hoe. 
A P0B8TB, Bot^ra^ ra. 
y« BwnraiB, eyntmehe^ m, hoe. 
to Faksib, admrarif amare. 

BirsiB, saia^mUf itUmiuB, «. 

G0B8TB, eorpulmtMtt «• 

HoBST, rtmcMy s. 

£astb,/«^m, U. 

Gbbastb, $qMaU4du»f «. 

D1S6TB, vertt^inenu. 

Spisst, miaBjf 9pmu9, 3. 

Dbowsb, deis$, idu. 

LowaiB, ped$etih9Uiy s. 

Glabst, vUreuSj a, 

GbIsst, p-aminoiUBt a. 

Most, puher^ ^ris. 

E088T, ro#MM, a. 

M08ST, muaeomaj a. 

PthtsT, cardu»eu8, «. 

SXusT, impud&m, mU9. 

YkbXst, dijfleiki, e. 

Jh iye, or tie. 

to Ttb, liaar$ffy^0. 

A Sttb, for Bwine, poreUe^ ts, ho0. 

A Fltb, mmwa^ a. 

to Fltb, as a bird, volmre. 

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AirrfamiB, veiuaias, att9.^ 

BlBBABiTiB, harhari^f Si. 

B^WTTE, pidehritudo, %n%8. 

BotbrnSy honiUUy atU. 

CALixms, eakmitat, atit. 

CapIctitb, eapaeitoif <Ui$. 

CABiTAiiTiBy eamaUtaSf atU. 

OsASiniEy eaatiUUf atU. 
A CinB, eiM^Ui^ attSf hae, 

CoHMODrnB, eommoditoi, Mia. 
A CoTTifTix, erle, eomMy itis^ Me. 
A CoTJimE, shiere, ewnitatua^ ¥$. 

DxBniTTB, dMlitsSy atis. 
A DsTNTTB, tMiiia^ arum. 

TLkKTYBy eopioj #, dfnmdtmtut. 
A Defutie, iepuMuBy vieannB, t. 
A DfiwTEB, oMaum, i. 

DtwTzs, SehUum^ i. 

Dxxr&Bini, dexUriUu^ aits. 
A Dieimis, HgnUaif atis. 

Ebbdetie, shrietaiy atis. 

£ai7iTiEy equitas, atis. 
A DrmB of a song, argummtumf 
materia. 

Ef eHTiB, setogewta. 

EiEBinnB, etemititaSf atis. 

OmirnM, j^rimaius, us. 
A 'FAJCXJisTiBf/aeultaSf atis. 

FAcaxiTTEy faeilitaSf atis. 

"FbAltie, JidelitaSf aUs. 

Ebugitib, feUeitaSy atis. 

Ferthjtie, fertiUtas^ atis. 

"FwfiLrnB, JidelitaSy atis. 

'FRATtBirmBf&at0rnitas9 atis. 

YrvqalitiBj frugahtas, atis. 

'FB.tuBjnrTE, Jhmentum, i. 

'FvuoBnjEf fitmositasy atis. 

OENTfijnE, geiUmtaSy atis. 

HAnn.TTiB, faeuUaSy potential a. 

HthoDixiB, humiditasy atis. 

IxpfETiE, impietaSf atis. 

IicpoBil^HiTiEy importunitaSy atis. 

iHBEcf LLTTiEy imleciUitas, atis. 

IvTiBxrnXf injlrmitasy atis. 

Isfauins, imguitaSf atis. 

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JjsnKkATiEy psrsuasie, ems. 

I6ijnB, iocunditaSf atis. 

LfBSBiTB, UbertaSy atis. 

LiBERALUiB, liherahtasy atis. 

LoTALTiE, jideUtaSy atis. \tis. 

MAGKAKiMrnB, magnauMmtas^ 

Haieshe, matestas, atis. 

HnroBinEy minoritasy atis. 

"NEotasmE, neeessitas, atis. 

KoBiuiiB, nohiUtas, atis. 

PEBFETthnE, perpetmtaSy atis. 

PossiBiLrnB, pessihihtaSf atis. 
A Pastt, pasttUum, li. 

PosnB, potestasy atis. 

PfmB, pietas, atis. 
A CiTiB, vrhsy vrhisy hoe. 

PoiTEBTiE, paupertasy atis. 

P&f NGiPALrnEy pr^seminmtiay a. 

PbI TTiTiB, eoHsHium areamtm. 

Pbobitie, prohitasy atis. 

PBOFthfBiTiB, prefimdOas, atis. 

PBOLfxuns, prolixitas, atis. 

PB6FBEnB, propri^asy atis. 

YEOYisQLvnjEypropin^pwtaSy atis. 

Pb6spebiiib, prosperttasy atis. 

PuBiTiB» puritasy atis. 

QnlmrrT, quaniitasy oHs. 

QuALinE, quaUtaSy atis. 

SAcfEHEy satietasy atis. 

SABkcrnEy sagaeitaSf atis. 

Beu±bitie, seueritas, atis. 
A Sttbrtib, vaSy adisy hie. 

SncpLicmB, simplieitasy atis. 

SoBBEBiiE, sohrtkasy atis. 

SxTPEBTLt^iiiB, supsrjhitasy aiis. 

SxTFEBioBinE, supertoritas, atis. 

TBAxariLinB, tranquiOitaSy atis. 

Tbeahe, exhartaminiumy i. 
A TBnnnE, trimtasy atis. 

YntefumB, virginitas. 
AnYimrEBgiTiE, aeademiay m. 

YBBAirixiBy vrhamtasy atis. 

Yajhtie, vamtasy atis. 

Yebttie, veritasy atis. 
A Booty, pray, praday dm. 
to £icPTiE, euaeuare. 
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Weiqhtt, gramt^ e^ panieroiiu. 
Bletqhub, ealliduif da. 
^MFTTy vaeuutf a. 
DEnmE, ddieaiuip a. 
PLiiVTiBy copiosuif a. 
BooTTEy pari*c0pSf cip%$. 
SooTTy fiiiUg%no9U9f a. 
Cbxtbtt, cruituUiUuSy a. 
DtsnEf puiuenUetUus. 
MthrnSy muc%du9f da. 
LtJsTT, validuSf da. 
B.tffTT, ruhigtnoiuif a. 
TvAfgrr^ ftdelis^ U. 
DStjbbxj, fortiif e. 
B6rGHTT, intrieatuif a, 
B6rQHT, ramMUif a. 
N6uGHTT, mahUf la^ vUiSy le. 
Falub, r&u$f Oj eulpahilM. 
FinT, qtUnquagifUa. 
Shqtt, oiMuSf prouidHBf a. 
CurrTf fertUis, fc. 
TsBSFTZf firufiy firugalUf h. 
Vhthbifit, tnjrugi, 
YjrtsHigTY, impromduif da. 
FiLTHT, fa$dui, Oy Uirpitf 0. 
Hbaltht, inookmiSf ms. 
FiTHTBy ej^^eaXf ads. 
TsAsnB, iracundui, da. 
FueHTTi veloXf IdcU. 
itiGHTTy potenif enUt. 
BieHTT, vmbUiSp le. 
FoBTTx, fuadrojiinta. 
Fb6tht, jymmotiMy a. 
FoTSTTE, im^idut, da. 
Fr68tt, prmnoHUf a. 
QoxmE, podagrieuSf ea. 
H^ABTiB, eorda^j a. 
Hastt, /M^mus, UnMranuBf a. 
LoFTT, 0^iM, a, sublmu. 
MfsiiBy mist, n^^M^Mtit, 0. 
MfsTT, mistery, mysticw^ a. 
Thbistt^ iitibundu9f da. 
Wabtds, v&rrueoiuSf #a, 

LXSTT, Ili^MM, ^M. 

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TwiHTiBy viffmti. 
TsiiaxK, triginta. 
FoBxns, jtM^o^iiito. 
SnnB, sexagnUa. 
KniT, eulicostu. 
y{tmy ingmiosus, %a. 
PiriE, $seundariu8^ a. 
P&iTDE, aeUu$, a, facduif a. 
Bkottt, punUerUuSf a. 
Bpotiie, maetdoiutf %a. 
ToTTT, vaeiUanSy ehnohu, a. 
SwtATiE, desudam^ anUit. 
WoBTHiB, dt^nusy a. 
YirwoBiHT, %ndignu8f a. 
Gilue, r&u$f a, eonaetuif a. 

TiMre bee abo nun^ otiier in tf% bero 
for breuite sake omitted, whieh thou 
mtyit ibrm wbeM thou wilt, of this termi- 
nation UUj being one kynd of denomina- 
tinei, wboee engluh also endeth in neaae, 
of wbicb we b«ie sayd in this place be- 
ISore : neyther do they differ any thing in 
sense or signification, but only in the end 
or terminaoion, as these that folow. 

otfaUdtaSf Fblioitib, or happy- 

nesse. 
of dtgnttoif DievniEy or worthy- 

neese. 

For dignitie and worthynesse be aU one : 
and fefioitie and happynesse be all one : 
and so forth in others. Finally in this 
they only differ, that those in tys are 
formed of the latyn word, and the other in 
are formed of the englishe woord. 



In vie, or vye. 

^HTTiE, inuidia, a. 
A KauTi nauigiumj i. 
A Ebpleuib, repignaratio. 

0BLoatnfi, ohlaquivm^ if. 
to £in7iE, inuidSre. 
to Repleuds, repignorare. 

Heauib, grauiSf e. 

Fbiuib, secretuSf a. 
There be also many other that ende in 
le, or ^ formed of snbstantiues, and they 
be adiectines signifying plenty of that 
thing, which the snbiSantines betoken, 
and they annswer to the adieotiaes inosMs 
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of Sroins, lapiif stony, lapidatui, a. 
of BomB, o€f bony cometh, ommus, a. 
of Bloxtd, eruor, bloudj, cruentus^ a. 
of Floitd, fluciuSf floudj, fluet%h 

09U8f a. 
and they be expounded by the word foil, 
as »axo9utf a, itony, or full of atones, Mn- 
gumulmiut, a, bloudy or MI of Uoad, &o. 
These be common to all terminacions in 
!•, or in ja. 

1 ante B. 
/nibbe. 
A Cbibbb, pra$Spe, is^ hoc, 
A BiBBB, costaf a. 
to BiBBBy poUtare. 
to DiBBBy dip, inUnghe. 
to LiBBBy gelde, eastrare. 
Stbbb, oognatu9f a. 

In ibble< 
A Dibble, pastinum, i. 
A Sibblb, haeulus, U. 

BiBBLE, river, Eiblia^ a. 
to BiBBLB, UhUre* [tori. 

to KiBBLB with the fingers, yM^imf- 

In ibe. 

A Bbibb, largiUo^ onU, had 
A Cbibb, cnbrun^ u 
A £tbb, pernio f dnu, hie. 
A Tribe, trtbus, 4ts^ hoe. 
to Bbibb, larairif munerwrcj 
to Cbibe, ertorare. 
A Sobibb, 9onba^ is, hie. 
to AflCRfBE, adeenh^e. 
to BssGEfBE, deeoribhe. 
to Ihsobibb, mseribere. 
to PbbsceIbb, praeenbh'e. 
to PboscbIbb, ^(»(^^tf . 
to SuBSOBfBB, suheorihhre. 

/nible. 

A Btb£B, Btblion, i, hoe. 
A Twyblb, hipennUf m, hoe. 

VzkuBLEfJlexilti, le. 

H6BBIBLE, horridut, da. 

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lMp68aiBLE, impossibilMf le. 
Credible, eredibUis^ le. 
Incredible, ineredibiliSf le, 
DiuisiBLB, diuisihtlis, le, 
IiTnfuisiBLE, indiumhiltif le. 
Sensible, sens%b%l%9y le. 
InsIinseblb, insensibilte, e, 
VENDIBLE, vendibUiSy le, 
TERRIBLE, terribUis, le. 

There are also many of this kynd be- 
side these, which are of the same signifi- 
cation, that those which end in able, bnt 
they ^er in forming. For those in able 
are formed of the enffush theme : as speak- 
able, efabUu; eatable, eimettUu, le; treat- 
able, tractoHUSf Is : of speake, eate and 
treate.* bnt these in iUe are formed of 
the latin theme: as legible, legibiU$^ $; 
audible, audibHis, le; sensible, MemibUia^ 
le: oi legoy audio, eentioj &c. Tet in this 
they ame, that both of them are deriued 
of Teroe : and that they bane both one 
Terbe answering to their sirnifioation in 
latin : for both readable, and legible, sig- 
nifle leaibilis, le, derived of Zeffo. And 
feeleable and sensible, signifie $eneibili8 
otSentio, &c 

In iok quaere in I, ante K. 
In ice or yce. 
y^ Dice or dyes, aleay arum. 

Ice, fflaoiesy ei, hoc* 

Ltge, pediculiy orum. 

"Mice, mures, tum, hij. 
A Fbioe, j9r^um, ij. 

Bice, orita, a. 

Sice, sex, 
A Sltce, minutalf aUs, hoc. 

Spice, epectes aromatum, 
A YiCB player, histrio, eanmo, 
A YiCE, sinne, vitium, 
A Price on the sea, prada, a, 
to H^CBy aleae mittere, 
to Price, apprectare, aeHmare, 
to Sltce, disseoare. 
to Spice, eondire, 
to BisE, surgire, 
to TrcE, attiohe, 

Ntce, moUiSf le. 

AvABiCE, auariitaf m. 



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A Chaligk, ealix, icuy hie. 
A Bekeficb, hmeficxum^ ij. 
A Sacsitice, iucrificiuM^ u 
A OocKAXBiCE) hasiliseuBf t. 
AnEKTERFBiCB, inccsptuM^ iu 
A. InsncEy iudex, icts. 

lusncoB, iustitiOf a. 

Malice, nuUitia, a, 
A Mabbige, palu$, ^ts. 
y« Matbicb, mairiXf ic%$. 
An Office, oficium^ if. 

Pl&ADiCBy Paradttut, i, Aae. 
A FBlcncE, praxis, eos, hoe, 

PBEixTDiCBy praiuditiumf t • 

BsRuiCE, ieruitiuMf i. 

iKi^sncE, initutitia^ a, 
to Despice, despic^e. 
to Entebpbice, atUntare, 
to Enfbakchice, manumittere, 
to Malice, infedtare, 
to FeXciicb, exerch^e. 
to Pb£iudice, praiudieare, 
to SlcBiFicE, Mcrificare. 
to do Si&mcE, seruire. 

In iche. 

CiCHS, ckw, ^rw, A^. 
A PiCHE, eorhiculus, U. 
A WiCHE, opuiuSf «, ^<M. 

BiCHE, iffMM, diuitis. 
to Mtch, iuffurari. 
AnOsiBicH, SiruthiOf (Ms, hie. 
to EfrIche, e^'^tf. 

/nict 

to Add{ct, addieire. 
to Afflict, affligire. 
to Addict, addictuif a. 
to Afflict, i^ctuSf a. 

/nickle. 

AhAbticlb, articulus, li. 
A Particle, particular he. 
A Yebsicle, versiculuSf li. 



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/n idde. 

A Etdde, hcBdus^ diSf hoe. 
y« Mid of a thing, medium^ dif. 
to BiDDE, iubSre. 
to Bjdde, expedire. 

HlTEBiD, inuidia, a. 
A V&iUD, operculum, t . 
y« MiDBiDDE, diaphragma, atii. 
to FoKBiD, interdieh'e. 

Lf uxJiDE, lipUdm, da. 

Ykk^dde, tneognituif ta. 

In iddle. 
A 'FinvLR, fidicula, la. 

H^DLEs, latebra, arum. 
y« Middle, medium, i. 
A BiDDLE, sieue, cribrum, i, 
A Beddle, question, j9ro^2Mfta,0^t«, 
?u>c. [nare. 

to FiDDLE, /o^r^tf Jidieulem reeo^ 
to EfDDLE, cribrare. 
to Stbidle, variearire. 



In idle. 
BbIdle, franum, ni. 
Bbidlb, refranare. 
Idle, ocioeus, $a. 

In idge. 

Bbidc^e, jm>im, on^ff, Ai^;. 
MiDOE, musceUa, a. 
Bedoe bone, «^>Mr, na. 
Bedoe of a house, euknen. 
BmeE of ground, /ira, ns. 
AsBBiDeE, ahbreuiare. 



In ide. 

A Bbide, «p<mMi, 19, nympKa, a. 
A Gtde, (^, ^(^, hie, hoe, 
AuHyde, tergus, oris, hoe. 
j^ Ides, idus, iduum, ha. 

Pbidx, superhia, a. 
A Shtde hyllet, cala, «. 
A Syde, latui, erie, hoe. 
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to Btdb, mararif manere. 

to Chtbb, ohiurgare* 

to Qtde, deducere, 

to Glydb vp, oBcend&re, 

to Olyde downe, descendh-e. 

to Olyde forward, proMt. 

to Hyde, ahsecndore. 

to Slyde, lahi. 

to Byde^ equitare. 

Syde as a long garment^ talaris, 
e, langui, a, 

"Wyde, amphSf a. 
AnHoxTGEDE, homicida, «. 

Shbaftyde, caput munff. 
to BsTfDE, contingere. 
to DiuiDE, diuidere. 
to Abyde, opeririy moron. 
to Debyde, derid^e. 
to FoBEBYDE, proeurrere. 

Besyde, neare, propinquus, a. 

Besidb, nigh, fuxtd, propk. 

Bysede, except, praier. 

AsTifE, laUraliter. 

I ante F. 

In ife. 

A Cur, iock| rupes, ts, ludc. 
A OuFFE, respeetus, U9, 
to Clytfe, seifuUre. 
to Oltffb, respie^e. 

Step, robuitus, a. 

Ip, w. [(Wii*, A»1?. 

A Bayuv of an hundred, eefUuno, 
A BAmnt, reue, vUUctti, a. 
y« PlIywtif, quiarulus, la. 

'^■BCKSfEOv, permease, ae%». 

Tmreir, mcBstus, a. 

PthtsEP, anhSlus, a. 

C6&nr, stipatus venire. 

/nift 
A CuFT, setMura, a. 
A Dbift of snow, eumtdus, It, 
y^ Dbift of a matter, actio, seqpus. 
A Dbitt of cattell, aetsmen, inte, 
hoe, peeui, dm, hoc. 



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A DBipr, l)ette,,/W«tf», <». 
A Gift, donum, datum. 
A Shxft, remedium, i. 

Shbift, confemo, onie. 

Tbist, Jurtum, ti. 

Thbift, frugalitae, atie. 
A liiFT, alleuamen. 
A BiFT, ruptura, ra. 
A BiFT, belch, ructue, us, hie. 
to Lifte, alleuare, 
to Shift from a place, remouSre. 
to Shift, or make shift, expedire. 
to Sift, ertbrare. 
to ErPT, ruetare. 
y« Fifth, quintus, a. 

Swift, vehx, deis. 

/nife. 
A Knyfb, cultellus, i. 

LyFE, f7ti^0, <9. 

A SiasiFE, pretor prouinetalis. 

Stbifb, eontentio. 
A Wype, vxor, dm, A<»<j. 

Byfe, ready, promptus, a. 
AnHtWrFE, materfamilias. 
A MfDWYFE, ohstetrix, ieis, hoe. 
A PENxmrFE, scdlpeUum, i. 
A WSoDvnr, faleo, dnis, hie. 

I ante G. 
7n igge. 

BiGOE, oome, hordetan quad- 
ratum. 

'Dbiqq:bb, faces, cum, ha. 
A "FiOQB, Jlcus, us, hoe. 
A Bbiooe, ^ofw. 
A Gyooe, garrula mulier. 
A NieoE, parca muUer. 
A PieoE, porceUus, U. 
A B10OB of land, sura, a, porea. 
y« Rio of a honse, culmen. 
y« Bio of a beaste, dorsum, spina. 
A Snio, anguiUa genus. 
A Twig, vimen, inis, hoe. 

Whig, & whaj, idem, serum 
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to Bie, or build, adifieare. 

A, WTOGEy cake, nJ^iculaf la, 

to DioQ^fodh'e, 

to Twio, verherare, 

to Twreos, puiare Pihwna. 

to BieoE, laseiuir0 puellam. 

A Nunao, nux myr%$tica. 

In igh. 

A THieHy femur i drw, hoe. 
to SioH, iuspirare. 
A SioHy euspinumy «. 

HlOH, oZ^iM, to. 

NioH, propinqwuBy a, propL 

In ight. 

A KinroHT, in*^«, iti9^ hie. 
y« Light, /im?, <lLc%9y hoe. 

Might, rw, r(?W, dn'*, Ao^. 

KiGHT, fUMP, no^»>, hBO» 

Flight, valitudoy ints, hae. 

Bight, tus, iHris, hoc. 

Stght, visusy Ui. 
A Wf qht, ereatura, ae, 
A Weight, /aJ^ lignariue. 
to Dight, pararet coUre. 
to Ltght, fyre, accend^e, 
to Light on horse, ascendhre. 
to Light from horse, descendire. 
to Light on one, contingere. 
to Plight, eponddre, promttere, 
to Bight, dirigkre. 

Bright, Ittcidus, da. 

Light, <^/artM, m. 

Btght. rectus, a. 

Wight, strong, rohustus, a. 

FoBESTGHT, proutdentta, a, 

FoBEFUGHT, profugtum, %j. 
A Seuektght, eeptimana, na. 
A Fobtktght, semensis, m, Ai^. 

Insight of household, supellex. 

Insight of knowledge, ecientia. 

MIDNIGHT,. no:r intempestiua. 

(Xtjebsight, negligentia, a. 

(TuEBsiGHT, procuration onie. 

Vnbb£ght, Ulucidm, da. 

VNiiGHT, obeeurus, a. 



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YpnfGHT, iniuetuB, eta. 
YnbIght, aquue, a. 
Ynwight, inualidu8f da. 

In igne, 

A Signs, etgnum, m. 
to Signs, signare. 
to Besigne, resignare. 
to AssIgne, assignare. 

I ante £• 

/n icke. 

A Bbick, later, iris, hie, 

y« Cbioc, disease, episthotonus^ ni. 

A Cbics, rima, ma. 

A Fuck, suceidia, a, lardum. 

A Kick, incisura, a, crena, m. 

A Pbick, stimulus, li. 

A Pbick, marke, metaf a. 

A Stick, virgula, m. 

A Ticks, pediculus, li. 

A Tbick, /tf<?iVM«, nom, hoc. 

Bbick to bume, ^^m eoquk'e. 
to Bbick, recddtrare. 
to Lick, lamhhe, lingire. 
to Nick, incidire. 
to Pick, iaculari. 
to Pbicke, stimulare. 
to be Sick, agrotare. 
to Stick vnto, adherire. 
to SncK one, confodire. 
to Tbick, or trim, concinnare. 
to Tbick or trippe, cespitare. 

QincK, rt^tM, a. o^^Tm, ^. 

Whick, alyue, !?♦««#, a, #iip^- 
«^. 

Sick, agrotus, infirmuB, a. 

Thick, spissus, densus, a. 

Tbick, nitidas, a, ooncinnuB, a. 

Absnick, herb, artonieum, i. 
A Oabbick, ship, cgrserum, i. 

MlGiCK, magia, a. 
y« CoLicK, colica, m. 
A B6lick, scortum, ti. 

LoGicK, logica, didlectica, a. 
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OiBLiOK, allium^ if. 

MtrsioK, mtmeay ts. 

PbisiCK, physiea^ 4B. 
y Tf siox, ptyiis, is, hoc, 
A P6T8noK, rudicula, a. 
A Giin)SLSTiCK, candeldbrumf i. 

Asf THMEncKy arithmetical m. 

MsTAPHf SICK, metaphytiea, a. 

B£th6bicc, rhetorica, a, 

TiMXBiCK, myrioa, a. 

Thdre be dyuen other that ende in 
rieke or wioko, gignifying offices, which 
haue theire latine commouly in atm, or 
in Mra ; as, 

A BiBHOFBicKEy Episoopatus, us. 
A BisHOFwiCK, idsm^ Dioeesisy is, 

hoc. 
A BATLTBicXy piUicatuSf us. 
A Batltwiot, viHieatura, ra. 

BBlnraioxE, phreneticuSy a. 

Ethnioxe, ethnicusy a. 

TjLAimcKB, cerebrosus, a. 

Fb^siojce, phrenetieus, a. 

L601CKE, logicusy a. 

Maoicks, magieus, a. 

FKicncKS, practieus, a. 

Splbnsioke, splenetieus, a. 

Yntbicke, inc<meifmus, a. 

Cathoijckb, eathoUcus, a. 

Aposiolicjcb, apostolicus, a. 

Cholebioke, eolsrieusy a. 

"FlbumauckEj fieumatieus, a. 

Habkoiticke, harmonieus. 

LuKAnoKE, lunaticus, a. 

MlGKiFiOKE, magnijieus, a. 

PLixjBEiioxB, pUwretious, a. 

PuBUoxB, puhUcuSf a. 

In ickle. 

A SiCKLEj falx dentata. 
A Pbicxle, stimulus, i. 
A PiGKLE, sause, tharia, m. 

Bbiokle, fragiUs, 9. 

TicxLBffutihs, e. 

HicxLB, muUus, a. 

TicsLBf impatiens, intaetiHs. 

SioxLB, vaUtudifMrius, a. 



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to Pickle flesh, eondire, saUre. 
to PiCEiJB, eat nicely, tfi^^r^mmtffiiii. 
to Pbiokle, stimulare. 
to SncKLE in a matter, eantendSrSf 

Utigare. 
to Tickle, titiUare. 
to Tmckle downe, destiUare, 
A BiirenoKLB, traehyda, m. 
A Chb6nickle, chronica, orum. 
A CoKUENTicxLE, conusnticula, a. 
A Maihckle, manica, arum. 
to Mai^cklEi manicis tartars. 

Inidkt, 
AnAFFLiCKT, afflictio, dnis. 
A CoKFLioKT, canflictus, us. 
to Affuckt, affligire. 
to CoKFUCKT, canJUgSre. 

In ike. 

A Dike, or ditdh, fossa, a, seroh, 

ohes. 
A Pike, pricke, aeuleus, i. 
y« WiKE of the eye, hvr^uus, i. 
A TfKE, dogge, eanis, %s. 
A Pike, for the ear, scaiprum, i. 
A Pike, flsh, Itqnts, i. 
A Stbike for measure, hostorium. 
to Dike, or ditch, fod4rs. 
to be Lf KE, simuiare. 
to Like, or allow, approhare. 
to Pike, woU, &c. carpire. 
to Stbike, ferire, p&rouUrs. 

Ltke, similis, e. 

Ltke, sicut, vtf quasi. 
to MiSLTKE, improbare, displicirs. 
to Publike, puhlicars. 

Maydenlike, virginaKs, s. 

Maiojke, virihs, e. 

'hlfjmTFRj dissimiUs, e. 

Ykiike, idem. 

MoTHEBLiKB, motemus, a. 

Fathebuke, patemus, a. 

Bbotheblecb, fratemus, a. 

Pubuxe, pubhcus, a. 

WouAJSUTE, muUebris, 0. 
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here omitted, but namelj tdiecthies tad 
ftdaerbes of qualitie denued of rabetan- 
tiues : as of 

KoTG, kinglike, regaiUi^ iUr. 
Lord, lordlike, imperioiUi^ ote. 
Man, manlike, vinlis, viriUUr* 
Beast, beastlike, hruMuy aUUr. 

and snob other: where note, that this 
termination lyk* ii put for Ija, and Ije 
for lyk* in many pUoea» bnt namely in 
meter. 

I ante L. 
7na 
A BiL written, Boriptum^ epistola. 
A. Bn. of hand, tyn^apkumf «. 
A Bn., 8taffe,/a^, alots, hoe. 
A Dn. herbe, anethumy u 

GnjB of fish, hranchimf «r«M. 
AnHn., eoUuy is, hie, 
A Mil, mohy a. 

Mil, herbe, mdUumf i. 
A PiL, medicine, eatapotium, i. 
A QuiL, caUmuSy t , p&ima. 
A Stil, BtiUatoriwnj «. 

Wn., voluntas^ atis. 
A WiL, Ustammtum^ «, 
A FiL, aaturitaSf atis. 
to Ceil with cold, algere. 
to Fn., implere. 
to KcL, occidere^ i/iUerfioer^ 
to Mil, moUre. 
to Fn. and pol, dfpeeulari, 
to Fn. off barke, deoariicmre. 
to Fn. of skin, dsghnh&re* 
to TTtt., coner, opmrs, te^ere, 
to Sfil, ^ndere. 
to Stil a trouble, p*i0tar0, $$dare. 
to Stil waters, concofuer$. 
to Stil downe, tksiiUare. 
to Swn. drinke, in$wrgitart. 
to Tbil, perstringere. 
to Til, coUrey arare, 
to Tbix, dreumuertsre, 
to WiL, w/fo. 
to be Stil, quieicerey tae&re. 

Cmxi cold, algidu8y a. 

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Shil or shirle, mrpUuBj eaaiM^Uy 
«, aoutui, a. 

Stil, t m^, #, <;on^f mftfi, « . 

Stel, iugiUr. 

Il, iimi^. 

Basil, herb, lasiUea^ a. 

AxxLy aeeUmiy t . 
AnANTJiL, ffu^tM, 44^, hi^e. 
A Mabuil, ifi«r<i«M/tfm, t . 

MiCKBn., marmory orisy hoc. 

Bebil, crlstal, ghuumy t • 

F&BIL, perieuhnny i, 

BiTTiL, fl^e, aoarahmtSy t. 

TfTTiL, fipexy iciiy hie, 

CiJBJL, eantiewn, i. 

BiBiL, eadusy i, ■ 

Cabul, a towne, CarUohim. 

Cherxtil, herbe, tarrrfolim^ i, 
A Ch^sil, oeUiSy m, hoe. 
A Deuil, demoHy anisy hie. 
the Deuil, iiaholusy u 
A Dbiuil, maneipiumy u 
AnAppLE, pomumy t. 
A Stappil, eapuhimy «'. 
A Bablb, pegmoy ati$y h$c. 

Apbill, apriUiy isy hie. 

Brajtblbs, briers, dmrniy rvimsy i. 
y« Shaxblbs, maceUoy erum. 
A BiBiL, eeriesy ei. 

ClPiL, eabalhtSy t , hie. 

Bbistlb, $eUy a. 

yiidsTLRyJisiulay m. 

B^iTBLE, Ju9eiettlu9y i. 

BTijnxaLyJwu$ny i. 

CluuXy eahunniay a. 

OoiTPLEs, eoptdoy amm. 

CoPLE, eopulay a. 

St6pplb, obatrueieriumy i. 

CBtDn, erepundiity anm. 

DlKSTL, pueUay a. 

DfBBiL, pMiUnwiiy i. 

Bible, loke riddle, prMemay 
atisy hoe. 
A BiniL, lioter, erie. 
y« GlBeiL, gurguiioy dmSy hi&. 
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A ObI sTiLy earUlago^ ims^ hoe. 
j^ HXimiL, mamihrium, «. 

H^LEs, latehra^ arum. 
AnFntm.E, traha, <a^ 
y« HorswiL, eucharutiOf a. 
y IcKLES, sUria, orum. 
A KETrfL, ahdnumf t . 
A Netttl, vrtieay a, 
A KfsnL, interulay a. 
A MiBTLB tr6e, myrtuSf «, hoe. 
A Ladil, rubieula, a.- 

L^irnL, lens, mUsy hoe. 

LfNTEL of a cart, radiWj *. 
A Pnr, pmtSy m, Au?. 
y^ Matsillbs, varioksy arum. 
A MA2nTL£| gawape, «#, Ao^ . 
y« MiDniL, medium, «. 
A DthrGiL, «^0or<iritMfi, «. 
A MtfKGBiL, epuriue, a. 
A mtcTSLL, fumarium, i. 
A Mt^KiL, concha, a, hoc. 
A HLovwa^ JUceUa. 
A NlTTiLy vmbeUeue, i. 
AnOxjsfL, bird, menda. 

A NtEDIL, <M;tM, 1M, A<8^. 

A N^iL, papilla, m. 

A Ptbble stone, calcuhe, «. 

A Ktble, haeulus, i. 

A PicKiL, macula, a. 

AnHioKTL, pecten, inie, hoe. 

A Speceil, mootf^, <9. 

A PfiraiL, penieiUum, i. 

TnfstL, doth, tn^^r^dBP^, «. 

Pebil, j?mi{m/M»». 

PuBFiL, pwrpwra, «. 
A Pupil, pupulue, i. 
A SlDDiXy <yA^p;fmim. 
A SlIbtx, i?M^ih7Him, f . 
A SBDiOKiL, eompee, edee, hie. 

A TlOKTL, r^lMMt^WfW, «. 

A SHmoiL, scandula, a. 

j^ Sniuil, mucue, i. 

y« Dbiuil at nose, pu$, iirie, hoc. 

A WiuiL, curculio, oni$, hie. 

j^ Speboil, subtegulaneum, i, 

A Spebul, scintilla, a. 

A SPBonoL^ epergiUum, i. 



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A Stabil, stahukm, i. 

A Labil, injula, a. 

A StI^epil, campanile, is, hoe. 

the Stubbil, om^, <9. 

Rt^BiL, rudus, iris, hoe. 
A SwEAPiL, pariiea, a. 
A Keapil, papilla, a. 
A Tabil, mensa, tabula, us. 
A Sabil, append^, ids, hoe. 
the Tables to play, tessare, tesse- 

rarum. 
the Lables of a miter, insuke,arum. 
A Tasil, rtVya pastoris. 
A Tattil, Uciatorium, i. 
A Th^hbil, digitdle, is, hoe. 
A WiMBiL, terihrum, i. 
A Thyuil, rubieula, a. 
A Thbothl, guttus, Uris, hoe. 
A Thboppil, ii20J7», iugtdum. 
A Tibbil, rtM^, ^m, Ao^. 
AnHnLDiL, <?<ffi^, <9. 
A TmL, titulus, i. 
A TrmL, apex, ids, hie. 

Tbeakil, theriaca, a. 
the Tbebbil part, tr^lex, ids. 
A Tbendil, rota, a. 
A ThIsul, carduus, a. 
A Tbisiil, ^^pM, ^(^, Au^. 
A Tbifill, nuga, a. 

Tbotjbil, turhatio, onis, hie. 
A TwTBiL, hipenms, i, hie. 
A Vigil, dgUia, a. 
AnYmoL, auuneuhiB, i, patemoa. 
A Wesil, mustdla, a. 
AnTTAfln., corylus, i, hie. 
to Anil, adnMlare. 
to D£fil^ neutre, stupire. 
to DtsTiL, act. perstringere. 
to Adbil, demerire. 
to Madbil, deUrare. 
to Ahbil, tolutare. 
to Cbaicbil, repHtare. 
to Babil, garrire. 
to. Bbabil, mSmh, innl^iim A>^ii«. 
to Iabil, idem. 
to BiBiL, UbUre. 
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to ToppiL, eopulare. 

to CxncBiL, m%ear$f nUmUre, 

to TsncBiL, tremer$. 

to DESTiLy deitiUare. 

to Fulfil, adimpUre, 

to BoTJBiL, duplicare, 

to SoupiL, maeerare. 

to do EuiL, male facers^ 

to Faffil, halhutire, 

to Maffil, rudSre, 

to FuMBiL, ineptire, 

to BvxBiL, ton%tar$. 

to SruMBiLy tUubare. 

to TuxBiL, volutare, 

to Gaboil, gwrga/rvMir$, 

to Oman., tinnire, 

to TiNGiL, ti^^m. 

to Haitdil, tractare. 

to Dandil, mukire* 

to IreoiL,/w(^*9kir^, pra$tigiarif 

to Knmn., aecenddre, 

to Mai^oil, laniare. 

to lAKoiLy garrire. 

to Maooil, maetitare. 

to MnreiL, miseire, 

to Mtjffil the face, v^ttir^. 

to RuFFiL, magnified groMon. 

to Medbil, mediari, 

to MuxBiL, halbutire. 

to KxsTiL, nidulari. 

to IWBSSTiLy luctari. 

to Pbattil, gannire, 

to Eathl, Umitare, 

to EiFiL, inuerthre. 

to StIfil, tufhewre^ 

to SlDiL, epnippium, imUrn^s, 

to SwjLdel, fasciare^ 

to Eesekbil, Bimulare^ • 

to SixBiL, iimultare. 

to TB£MBIL,*^^m^tf. 

to SiTTiL, eannd^e, 
to F^TTiLy oompon^e, 
to SHmeiL, Bcandidare. 
to SwiNOiL, hemp, verh&rare. 
to Shuffil, (H>n/un<2^^. 
to S6t7F£l, aopire, Unir$, 
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to iKXAlTGIXy t 7fa y i<tfr^. 

to Wkavgil, eauiUar$, 

to RivnLL, |m^M(^^. 

to SplBEiLy iointillari. 

to SpIbpil, $$gregare, 

to SpBDHOLy 9perghr$, 

to Wbdtxtl, plicaref rugm eaa- 

trahere. 
to Tbifle, iim^m o^^^. 
to SriiHiLy minghre eguum. 

to SwlTHILy /m^> tflUO^II^. 

to Stbiddil, varioari, 

to BiDLE, crtbrare, 

to Thb6til, suffoeare. 

to Thb6pplb, m^^, iuguiar$. 

to TfoKiL, titiUare. 

to Fbicxlb, «^mMi<fr^. 

to TfppiL, potitare, 

to Eipplb, reteindere. 

to TmL, intitulare. 

to PioKiL, idUre. 

to Tbickq., desiiUars. 

to Tboubil, turhare, 

to Whibiil, yS«^tf/a modukri. 

Camoiol, eapwmilla, a. 
A Daffadil, anthereumf i. 
A DthroiL, latomia, a, 
An^pisTiL, epistola^ la, 
AnExlMPiLy exemplutf^ u 
AnApoenLi aposiolm, U. 
A Cb6oodil, erocodiluif U, 
A DiBofpiL, diseipului, /«. 

H6]!rr suokle, locusta^ a. 
A Pebiwinzil, eochleaf a. 
A FnnrAKL, piwnaculHn^ li. 
A Pbivgipil, prineipium^ «• 
A Sowthistlb, eicerhitOf a. 
A Speciaxle, Bpeetaouhim^ U. 
Jl TIbebvaxil, tahemaeukm^ i. 

Tobmbhtil, luptaphMm. 
A Tbiakgii,, tfiangulmf U. 
A QuADBAVGiL, quodroHgulmf 14, 
A Yebsiokil, versieuluif U. 

D60IL, d<M7f7««, ^. 

FXgil, faeilts, le. 
F£bxiL| ffrtiUi, le. 
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HthcBiL, humilis, le. 
Idil, oeio9u$, a. 
Lf TTCL, paruus, a. 
Bbitiil, JragiUs, e. 
Mf chl, muchy tnuliw, a. 
BicxiL, vaktuddnaHus^ a. 
KoBiL^ nohUUf e. 
BlKYLf insolens, mti$. 
Sotinx, l&niWf a, 
Btabil, atabiUs, $, 

SiTBTiLy iubdohis, la. 
BtmLf idem, astutusj a. 
Tfoxn., tiiiU&nus, na, 
"FiJkuBiL, flexiUs, U, 
JL&ssajLy horriduBj da. 
TKPoasiBiLf impossibiliSf le. 
IscBXDiSELy incredibiltiy le. 
iNDiufsEBiL, indiuiatbilUf e. 
IjsvioLLBiLf muiolabiUs, e, 
'NtwTAJSGtiL, nouorum cipidus. 
PossEBiL, posaibiliSf le. 
S^iCBLABiL, eimiliSf le. 
S6LX7BII., eohhilie, e. 
YvetsnoL, immiUe^ e. 
Yt£hsile, vtensilisy le. 

Note, that ofttimes ble is written for 
Ul, die for dil, lie for ill, gle f or gil, kle 
for Ul, pie for pil, de f or lil, tie for til, 
vleforviL And these for tiie other agayne 
indifferently, as 

AUBLB, or AKBIL. 
SaBLB, or SADIL. 
SlIFLB| or 8IIFIL* 

PieiLy for PieiXy verhaeeuhm. 
OAseLS, or gabcol. 
MiTsxLBy or ICUSXIL. 
StAPLB, or 8TAPIL. 

Hasile, or hastil. 

HaSIB, OrHAfllL. 

TiTLB, or TrnL. 

TaTJUB, or TATTILy &0. 

Wherfore, if ye fynd not in the one of 
these, sedLO in tne other and yee shal not 



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adieetines in Mm, as we have sayd in the 
terminations aUe, and lUe, for which 
the termination hil is putte, looke in the 
other. 

/nUch. 

MiLOH, milk, lae^ lactie^ hoc. 
to MixoH, mukSre. 
to FucH, ateale, aurriph'e. 
to FucH, beate, fustigare. 
to FiLOH, miche, euffurari. 

In Ude. 

A GhtlD| puer^ eri^ hie. 
A. Field, offer, t , hie. 

Mtlde, hlandu8f da. 

Wtldb, feme, ra. 

This terminacion, ilde, is oftymes in 
metre put for participles in ilde. as, iylde 
for filed, tyld for tyled, but I think that 
they should be written in yeld : as defield 
for defiled : begielde for begyled, &o. 

In ate. 
j^ TTtlt of a Bworde, manubrium, if. 
A QTjmr, ouleitra, <b. 
A Bult, graUus, U. 
BiLT, adifieatue, a. 
This termination, ilte, is also often 
written for participles in Uled, with 
double U, as fillde for filled : spilt for 
spilled : kylte for killed, and such other. 

A Filth, drab, icartum, ii. 
y« Filth at nose, pue, Uru, hoc. 
y« Filth of a wound, ktee, m, hoc. 

Ftlth, dirt, iiiue, us, hdum, ti. 

Stwhr, Jurtum, ti. 

Tilth, tillage, agricuUwra, m. 

/nUe. 

A Bub, vlcue, Mi, hoc. 

A FfLB, Uma, a. 

A Gtlb, dolus, U. 

A Ktlb, hUis, is, hoc. 

A MiLB, milliarum, i. 

A FiLB, strues, is, hoc, 

A SiLB, eolum, li. 

A Stile, formula, 0, stilus, i. 

A Stile at an hedg, scabetkm, li. 



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A Ttu, U§uU^a. 

A Wtlb, MtuHa, m. 

AuTt.e, Hunhf ts, 

to Ftle, soyle, ddurpare. 

to Etle, hmare. 

to Stlb, milke, eolar$ he. 

to Wtll, per9utMr$. 

ViLI, M^, U. 
£xiLEy MP^MMI, Uj. 

A GsNTiLiy ffmUHiif U. 
to Defilb, detttrpare. 
to ExiLBy m exHium agk^. 
to CoMFiLB, 0(mpilar0. 
to CoKGELB, ecmilUtr0, 
to Rbookgelb, reeendH^re. 
to Reuilb, A^pot^utev. 
SebuilIi $ermli8, le. 

Othebwhtle, aUquando, 
EBinrfLXy dudunif nuper, 

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/n int 
7* Bbdc of a oup, M r um^ r^ «• 
AnHnoTB, hi/mnuSf m. 
A LiMBXy MMfi^rttm, hri. 
to Gldoob, Bcanih^ 
to DnocE, o3«(?wr<ifv, 
to Sxnaas, despumare. 
to SwDOfB, iia^#. 
to Tunc, emiinnare. 

Dnoa, ohscurusy ra. 

Gsnofs, korridu9f da. 

Htx, iJTitM, f , Hhm^ in eNiquii. 

TBDOCBy niUduSy eetmimui. 

YiTTBTic, ineoneitmuSf «. 
A B6sTic, #iniM, tMy M. 

MAKflERTif, amarismf t . 
y* HiobuCi A^m^^AWMi, a, 
A PlKTiCy ethniew, a. 
A PiLOBTic, p&re§rinu9f n». 

to Vfamc, r^n^fuir^. 

/nimbla 
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A Wtmblb, ter^brm^ t . 
to Cbimbls, eomtmmtir0. 
to TBiMBLEy trem^. 
Ktmblb, a^ihSf le. 

In impe. 
AniMPE, wrcului, t. 
A Shbdcp, s^iUsy m, 
A KniPHEy nymphOj m. 
to Hdcp, mirrti/ar^. 
to LmPy claudiear$. 

In imple. 

A Pdcpls, pupuUf a. 
SxicPLBy nmplsxy icii. 



In ime. 



A Ltvb, UthoeoHa, Is. 

A Cltvb, dima, dtis^ hoe. 

A Chtux of belles, elameump i. 

"FYMEyfimutf i. 

Ltme for birds, riMUfii, i. 

Ltme, burnt, m£v, ^toM, h^de. 
y« Pbthe, omtmm ntim^rM. 
y« Fbyxe, tyme, wr, t?#rw, k^. 
A Etme, metrum, rithmuif i. 

Sltme, lmu8, mi. 

Ttxe, tmnpuif oriif ho^. 
to Cktve, erimifkfri. 
to Gbtxs, eriminari. 
to Lyxe, gypBtire. 
to Lyxe biids, Miiii«Mr# onm. 
to Rtxe, metriJUare, verii/Udre. 
A PiSTTMB, reereMo, 
to PAsmoE, reereare. 

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/n inne. 
A Bihhb, tmntWm piminmm. 

A CHDnTE, IVMn^Mffl, ^*. 

Dtnee, noYse, demur ^ ionu$f ni. 
A Fnnns of nsh, /nitiui, lue. 
A Gnnnc, maehina, a. 
A GnnrirB, pediea, a. 
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Lnnrs, lumen, UnUum, 
A Pur for clothes, acieulOf 40. 
A Pix of iiony ipinthrumy «'. 
A Pin for a wall, eUtuuB^ i. 
A Shut, tUnay a. 

SiNNB, peecatuMf U, 
y^ Skin of a man» oiUi9f m, hae. 
J* Skin of a ihg^y psUii^ ts, hae. 
7^ Skut of a beast, Urgm^ drisy hoe. 
A Sxnr tawed, 0^^ 0. 
A Sxnr tanned, eorium, i, 

TiKirB, atatmum, «. 
A Whdt, rAomiHM* «. [otmhi, 

TwnnrsB, ahtes^ ei, haCf gmtuHi^ 
to Binms, iesiiUre, 
to Gbin, ring^e. 
to PiHiqs, cmfig^e. 
to SiNNX, peeeare, 
to SeIKHB, tftf^MH «rM2cM^. 
to Spnr, ft4^#. 
to Twnr, umngkre. 
to Wm, vtnoh'e, 

Thutkb, gfi»eil%9^ 0, temtie, e. 

In, ♦». 
a b6]>kif, |7«mfmm^m^m«. 
A DoDKiN, hihunf 4. 
A Daxsin, j^ruiNfm, t . 
not a Donxnr, im htium^ mhHim. 
Autumns, mouBO, ieytaUty a, 
A TtBMJNy bound, termimUf nu 
A BtSvcor, bird, ^«t«imo20, e. 
A Bthnmr, Mow, ^o^Mraa, 9irig0f 

A Bt^KiH, ^^AMnNfi, m. 

A BKAiCLDr, bird, mmtifivgeH^ a. 

A BthrwiN, bird, eapeUa^ «. 

A Coxrsnr, eognaUUy ia. 

A Coffin, diest, ^o^^i, ^. 

A CoFFTN, p^e, artoerea^ a, 

AnENeiN, moMna^ nm. 

Faion, fames, %m, hmo. [hie. 
A DfiT.yynTB, fish^ 2>#i^A«(i, tfiM, 
y* FoBBfflON, prapmtHimf u 
A FstfsiiN, M^^, Itf . 
A GBiTFor, ^ryyM, ^^pii, hie. 
A lirxuN, 2«i^^ !». 



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A I^BEiN, twUeeila, a. 

A KtMEiiN, $muin, %. 

A EfrcHiN, euUna, a. 

A Kihj)EfiKiN, semieadiumj i. 

A LlTKiN, babie, erepundia, arum. 

A MiLKiN, panmeului, u 
A MiBLiN, alietusj u 
A M^BiN, ySmorttfifi, ^ 
A NlPKiN, matUHe, is, hoc 

(Xbpin, telepinum, i. 
A PoEKiN, poreeUus, u 
A P6bpin, hidrix, ieis, hae. 
A Poppor, oeeilhm, i. 

B6siN, reiina, a. 
A PtJDDiN, fartum, i. 

BfiAsnx, pMseaeiOf 6me* 

NfxMJS, vermis, is, hie. 
A YifieiN, virgo, ins, hae. 
A WiBBiN, vol&mum, i. 
theW^LKiN, aire, <Hira, a, a9r, Ms, 
hie. 

W6dbin, periehmenon, i, 
to iMlenr, imaginari, maehmari. 
to BsetN, ineipere. 

In inche. 
A BnrcH, seaimum, subssUium. 
A Chinodb, parous, a. 
A ForcB, bird, oaAoM^ li^M, hie. 
An Inch, m^, 19. 

Btinch, fmter, oris, hie. 
to CuNOHB, elinghe, stringkrs. 
to LiNCHE, daudiearo. 
to PiNCHB, premere, vrgh'o. 
to Stinohe, faUre. 
to WiNGHS, eaieiiraro. 

to HiNOB, HHWM^tf. 

to BiNGX, deiMre. 

to WiNCOB, ealeitraro. 

A BuLFiNCHB, bird, rHieUla, a. 

A Capinohb, bird, frugeUa, a. 

A Gk>LDFiNGn[,l»rd,Mn^A«,M,A<K, 

/n inde. 

A KiNBB, ^^MMf , ^TM, A(M9. 

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the EnrDS of bark, cortex, icis, hie* 

the Wdtdb, ventue, t . 

to Bnn>Ey ligare^ vino&re. 

to Gbinbb, moUre. 

to Miia>B, meminteeef ttUentUre. 

to Fiin)B, fUMMiirtfy reperire, 

to Wdtdx, fiMtntftirtf, eoUigire. 

BUHDB, ««^tM, a. 

Kinds, AumontM, a. 

MiimvDB, genu9 humanum, hu- 
maniUu. 

WiTHWnm, herb, eassHtha, a. 

'W6DBnn)E, pertcltmefwn, t . 

BxHiHDBy jENm^, poatenu, a, 

POBBBUNDB, Uj^9U$, a. 

8iin)BLiin>B, tiSlm. 
Stonxbundb, eaeue, a. 
theHiTBLEWiirpE, iwrho. Ma, Me. 
HoDBMAK BUND, plaj, mya, a. 

In ing, 
A BiNo, aennium viminevm, 
A Ejno, rex. 
A BiNG, ofinM^. 

Ling, or heath, ertx, eriee, ea. 
A BusBy/unda, tarmentum, 
A Spbino, fona, ontia, hie, origo, 
A Stbinq, chorda, a. 
A Thino, rea, ei, hoc, eua. 
A Smre, aculeua, i, atigtna, lUia, 
A WiNo, ala, a, 
to Bbino, aff&rre, apportare* 
to EuNo, iackre, mitUre, 
to Gnre, Unnire. 
to CuNo, cUngire. 
to Hdto, hang, pendhre, 
to SiNo, Mf>^#, tfon^tf. 
to Spbino, ortrt, oreaohra, 
to Thbdto, ar^#, aitringkre. 
to Tdto, tifmire. 
to "Wbino, torquSre, tortare, 
A Chtttebino, omaaum, i. 
A Chittbblino, m2m». 
A DlBiiNO, tf^iM, a, charua, a. 

BiNNDre, maledicUo, imprecaHo. 
the Dlmmro, dilucuhta, «. 
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A DtfoBLiNG, anatieula, a. 

j^ DsfpFiNG of rost, liquamen, inia, 

hoe. 
A Dwelling, hahitatio, onia. 
y« EuBNiNG. veapera, e, 
y« EuBSENG, auggrundiatio. 

BfBDiNG, aueupium, t . 

CANNING, peritia, a. 
A FiBTHiNG, aemuMua, t . 

Faitning, adviatio, onia. 

FiliTEBiNG, aaaentaUo. 
A FLiioaNG, Ihttonua, i, 

FoBEwlBNiNG, promoniHo, 

A FBiNKLING,/t^^*flM,iM,f9ltmtiM^. 
A GILDING, 4^90^, d»t«, ^. 

A GOSLING, anaerculua, ». 
y« Gbasing of cloths, aubUtio. 
y^ Gbasing of catel, paatio, onia. 
AnHsBBiNG, halee, ia, hoc. 
A LXpwing, vpUpa, a. 
the MoBKiNG, aurora, a, 
A Mebling fish, merula, a. 

Nothing, nihil. 
AnOfFFSPBiNG, prolea, ia, hoc. 

Patnting, pietura, a. 
A Poppling, poptUua, i, hoc. 
A Pth)DiNG, /or^tim, i. 

Winning, gains, lucrum, «. 

"Wtnning, victoria, a. 
A "WoNNiNG, hahitatio. 

Ith:TiNG, proieetua, a. 
A WlGBUNG, mercenariua, a. 
A Whtting, fish, morula, a. 
A Wtlding, arhutum, i. 
A Wbdding, nuptua, arum. 

Agb£ing, conueniena, congruoB, a. 

BiiNG, exiatena, entia. 

Bowing, lentua, a, flexilia, e. 

Ct^NNiNG, gnarua, poritua, a. 

FliTNiNG, hlandua, a. 

lhjOBSSEcaQ,floridua, a. 

Ght6usLiNG, pronua, a. 

BjsiDLiNG, pracepa, itia. 

Aoo6bding, aecundum, iuxta. 

LXsixNG, permanena, enUa. 

KfLUNG, nolona, inuitua, a. 

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OkrAKma, eofox^ dots. 
YnTBELtume, inoredtUtu, a. 
VNBBiooiKG, inghriusy a. 
VNotJiwiNe, imperitus, a, 
Vninowing, insciua, ignantiy a. 
YNiisiNG, diaplieitusy a, 
Ynl6uing, inamicabilM, e, 
YTS(s6FFEBiBr&, impattens, erUis. 
YNTRtMBLiNG, intrepidm^ a. 
YirwluxEiKe, immotusj a. 
YiTwiBTiNG, inseiuSf a. 
YnwIlling, inuitus, a, 
BEL^uiNa, credtduSy a. 
BRiGGmo, ghrkoms^ a. 
KNownra, eanscitis, a. 
StFFEBiSQy pattens, mtti. 
TB^MBLDra, trepidusy a. 
WliTBRiNG, imtabtUa, $. 

Belonging : piriinem, spectana* 
Belonging ii also the siene.of adiectines 
passiueB, as, belonging the garden, Aor- 
Unm^ belonging the field, agretiii. The 
lyke ifl to be thought of this woorde per- 
teynyng, pariinens, tpeetansy as pert^- 
ing to my fether, patemua, a, p^teyning 
my mother, mtUemua,^ &c. 

There be also certaine nounes ending in 
ling, here to be formed, when ye will, as 

Gk>siJNG, of goose, anserctdus, t . 
"DuoKLTHfQ, of ducke, anatictUus, t . 
PoBKLixa, of]poTke,pareeUua, i. 

These be diminitioes, & may be ex- 
pounded by this signe little, as gosling, or 
little goose, porklinf or little porke. And 
their Latin endeth for the most parte in 
uhUf or in eilut, as, an$0reuku, pweeUut, 

&0. 

There be also many other that end in 
lug, here not expressed, because they 
» may be deriued out of ver oes three manor 
of wayes when ye will, after this sort, 
first participles of the present tenses, as 
louine, teaching, reading, of loue, teach, 
rede, by putting to (ing) whose Latine is 
easely formed of the gerund in <fi, by 
turning di into «, as, amandi^ amam, do- 
eendi, doans, kgmdiy legem^ &c. 

2 The second kinde is of the gerundes 
of Terba, as tmtmdi, of louing, doeendi, of 
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whose Latine ending in tb, or wt, is formed 
of the latter supine, as, louing, amoHo, 
OfiM, hoc, of amatu; reding, leetio, omi, 
hoe, of Uetu; hearing, auditio, ont'a, Kme, 
auditm, vt; doinf, actio, onii, hmcj aetu$^ 
Mt, hie. Of al these Idndes the englishe 
is one, but the Latine is diners, as the 
examples declare. 

In inke. 

y« Bbinx of ariuer, ripa, a, labnm* 

Dbinke, potus, us, hie. 
A GHiKCEEy rima, «, hiatuSj us. 
A LiNXE, torche, liehnus, «, hie, 
A LiNXE, chaine, vineuhun, i. 
A Sines, cloaca, a, sentina, a. 

Stdtkb, fostor, oris, hie. 

JjsnLR, airamentum, i. 
to DsiNSE, hibhre, potare* 
to LnrxE, concatinare. 
to SHBiiraa, cedhe, eofUroM. 
to Sinks, descenders. 
to SwiNKs, desudare, inuigilare. 
to Sunxs, fotUri. 
to Thinks, eogitare. 
to Winks, conniudre. 
A P^BiwiNKB, cochlea^ a, 
to BsiHfNKS, eogitare, 
to FoBTHfNKB, pcmit^c. 

In inkle. 
A PiBTWTNKLB, cocMca, a. 
A Sfsinklb, spergiUum, i. 

SiBiNKLB, idem. 
A Wbinkle, ruga, a. 
to SpRfNELB. sperg^e, 
to Twinkle, oonniu^e, metare. 
to Wb^nkls, rugare. 

In inct. 
to DisiiNCTy distinguSrs. 
to Exunct, extinguere. 

Distinct, distinctus, a. 

Extinct, extindus, a. 

In int. 
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In ina. 

y CmMM of a beast, ffHiPki, #• 
AnHnvB, vtUtettt^ i. 

KniB, vacca, arunu 
A LiHS, Imea, a. 
A MiHB, foUnOy <B. 
A SHBlnSy $taUta^ a^ oimm^um, i • 
A SieifXy 9tfnumf t . 
A ScBiirx, t^rtnttiffi, u 
A BwnrXy par em ^ i. 
A Ynni, v^, m, A«0tf. 

to Dms, j^nffM^l^. 

to Lnrx dothes, dupli&i»r$. 

to Fnn awaj, tah&»c^, 

to Smnx, ^KT^. 

to SioifXy 9ipMr$. 

to TwDTB, eontorquSre. 

to Mnrx, miiffMre. 

to Whikb, voeifirars, vt etmU. 

to Wbikb, vootfmwr$f vi par^ftkB. 

Tmin, ^fNff, a. 
A BBf oAimini, eaioMopmnf 4, 
A GovcuBDTBy eaneubtfM, a, 

GlBxnfBy eadaueTy Ms, hoe. 
A D^mrx, iheologm^ i, 

fioLABTDriy eynofTodoif 4. 

Df sdPiiNE, diieifUn^y m. 

D6cTSDnBy doetfiiutf #• 
An^Koim, mn^AtnOi <e. 
A M&DioiKi, medieina, m, 

SlTTiNEy herbe, M^ftMH, #• 

GiLENDDTEy herb, ehalidoma, a, 

BthKXy ru tna, a. 

TtBiTssTJorB, terehitUhma, #. 
the MlTmss, matutium ofieia. 
to DxcLiCTy dedinare, 
to DEPiKSy definare. 
to DiufKE, geese, dtutnare. 
to ENTEBLiKs, tnterponere. 
to iKOLimB, incHnare. 
to M&DicorB} mediri. 



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to yn>EiiMfvz, m^T^^j^m^tf. 

to VirrwfHB, retrieiare, retorqwre. 

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CmFFB, anuUf m, frttgmemtwn, 
Dbipfb, droppe, guttOy m. 
fiiPFS, eoxendix, icit, kae. 

LiPFB, Al^lffll, hff. 

NiPFE, eompres$io, anti. 

TiFPE, piimta, a, 

CtuuPFE^JUiffellum, U. 

Qkbifpe, pera, «, 

SiiPFE, hrum, r». 

TiPFB of a stafTe, ferrSttm^ ti. 

TiPFE of mj finger, extremitus. 

Tip, fihepe, mrtee^ itie, hie. 

Dip, intinghe. 

Dbip, destillare. 

Nip wt^ fingers, ^omprfMrf. 

Nip, tannt, arguhe. 

Qmf,flageUare. 

Bip, rewk'e^ reseituUre. 

Sup, M». 

Sip, aorhiUare, pUUntare. 

Ship, nauigare. 

Skip, extdtare. 

Glip 8h6epe, tondere. 

Glip, imbrace, ampleeti. 

Gup, name, ft<>mt>M>r^. 

Stkip, i^I^MtMftir^. 

Tip, <8rartf. 

Tbip, easpttare. 

G6llip, eremium^ if. 

Gowsup, herb, h&rha paraly»i$. 

Gossip, eompotrix, ie%i. 

Pb^hdshxp, amieiti($f a, 

Pbikgsship, prineipatuSf us. 

LoBDXsmp, dominatiOf <mii. 

LSvDSHrf, towne, pradiumf i. 

Passnip, partinaeaf a. 

WlBDSHiP, ^M^/a, es. 

WoBSHiP, ^oftor, difnOas. 

GousiKSHiP. eognatto, affiniUu. 

DxAOOirsHiP, diaeamUuSf a. 

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A BiLLuatf 9^Uaba, 48, 
FELowsHiPy sodahtiumy t . 
MiisiEBSHiP, magUteriwn^ V . 
NfooASSHip, Unacitas, tUis, 

y* QussTOBSHEP, qtuuturoy rm. 

A EjsiEYinsBSHip, cUmUia^ la, 

A STEWABDSHIPy CtCWUmia^ tbi 

WoiuoocAirsHiP, a/rtifieium^ jj, 

EoiPT, JEgiptuSy ti, 
to Ffixip, talitrum inJUg^e. 
to OuEBSKiPy praUrif^t omittere. 

There be also many oUier, that ende In 
thippe, signify artet or offices, and be 
deriyed of snbatantiaea, as are these fol« 
owing. 

Katotmhtp, of maioTi mmoraiuiy 

us. 
Batltship, of baylj, vtHumij, w, 
Btbhopship, of Dyi^op, ppiic^- 

paiui, US, 

The latine of these for the most part 
endeth in aiutt ui, of the fourth deaeii- 
sion, as the examples declare : or else in 
woy ^ of the first declension. BBprilatura, 
m^ praturoy $, quasiurMy &o. 

In iple. 
A Cbiplb, elaud^m, idei, 
A PSDrdPLE, prtncipium, y. 
A BisoiPLBy dUcipuiuBy lu 
A Maitgipue, pincema, no* 
A Pabtigipls, pariieipiumf ij\ 
to Tipple, potitare. 
to SfppLE, sorhiliare, 
y EcLTPSBy ecUpm^ ws^ hoc. 

In ipe. 
A OsTPBy OrypSy tpis. 
A TrvE^JUtula, la. 
A Sktpb, this, lit, hoe. 
y* GsiPE of a hand, pu^mu, f , 

manipuluB. 
to Obtpe, palmare. 
to PiPBy jfUtulare. 
to EiPE, matMrare. 

Etpe, maturtMf ra. 
to Wtpb, terah-Bi 
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PntBE, dbies, ei, hoe, 

MiBBs, myrrluHy a, 
A BusBE, deeeptiOf o»i#. 
to Blibbe, falUre. 
to Fubbe & laugh, ridire. 

A OiBD, fit, im;^, tM, pasiio, 
A GiBD, yehemenoe, impetm^ M9. 
A Bird, mim, m, vciucrei, is. 
to GiBD, eingh^y niringh^. 

/nirke. 

Hntx, or irk, UMum, «. 
A Ejbk, church, iempium^ V . 
to TTtbtt, pigk'Bf tadire. [hroMy m. 

MntKs, dark, ohnmrn^ ra^ tin^ 

/nirkle. 

A CiBXLB, eireulus, Uy tona, a. 
An half Cibclb, hmnieycluiy 4, 
y« CiBCKLB rouud, OT^, ipkorOf 4B. 
y« GnucLE of cancer, tropieviB eaacri. 
y« CiBOLB of caprioom, iropicuB 

eapneomi. [Kf, *. 

y« CiBXLE meridional, f»s«rulM9MK 
y« GntxLE equinoctial, ^^HMto^^to- 

/lif, «. 

/nirle. 
A OiBLB, anciUa, m, pudla^ m. 
A Whtblb, tptmdiluSf U. 
to Bible, promh'0, hamrire. 
to Whible, eircvmag$r4y verUre, 

tamare, rotate. 

In irme. 

PiBicE, ,/SrmtM, a. 
to FiBMB, Jirmarey stoKUre. 
to Afubms, affirmare. 
to CoNFiBjfx, o0ii;Srm«r». 

In ime. 
A Qmxs^y fideliay m. 
to CsEiBins, ^^oTtf ^tf^ynim. 

/nirt 
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A OiBXHi cin^ulum, U. 

In ire. 
A BTBSy cowhoufley hamU^ u, hoc 

Ftbx, i^iSf ii, hie. 

Htbb, mereeif idUy hoe. 

Ibi, anger, irOf m.fwrw. 

MTBSy^iffiM, f| h/iwm^ u 
A SsTSSy comitatuif m$. 
AnfixpiBB, imp&riufn^ if 4 
to AsBOXf oijfnrare. 
to l^auDUiy %nquirh0. 
to Bnaunuiy reqmr^Si 
to LranBa, itupirare. 
An£sauiBi, armi^er, hi, hie, 

I ante 8. 
/n iaae. 

Blosx, heatitudOf ini$^ hide. 
A. Ejsas, M^M^fffi, U. 
A Misai, deUetum, error. 

F188B, htium, vrina. 
A Cbsuisgob, fishy MwimanM^ 
to Hi88By sMlare. 
to KisaB, oieuloH. 
to M188B, deUnquhre^ errare. 
to F1888, mmffSre. 

HiSy nifM, 0. 

Amihbb, perperami 

Iwi8SB| ^ofi^i eeiUeet, 

In iahe. 
A D18H of meate, f&reuhm, U. 
A Dish, for meate, patina^ a. 

Fish, /hmm, m, hie. 
A Gush, eormeatio. 
A Bjsh, iunfiuSf t . 
A Push, pieuhf m. 
A Wish, o^to^tim, ^*. 
to 'FiSKf pieeari. 
to Gush, eorruseare. 
to Wish, op^ori. 



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A Seeriobh, vehiatio, twrlaUo. 
A Blemibh, laheBi is, hae. 
A BuLBisH, tropiee, ee, hie, 
AnAireuisH, anguetia, a. 

F1.6BISH, germen, inie, hoe. 
A Gabnish of peuter, ptUinm, 
A Hauish, biid, turdue, i. 
A TtMiSHEffjLBLBaejpumeXfieiifhae* 
A Badish roote, rhaphamu, ni. 

Yebnish, enoauitum, 
A Wabihh, m^Am, f , Ati^. 
to A]>m6kish, maeulare. 
to Ab6li8h, ahcUre, 
to AoooKPusH, j9tf^^^{0^^, eempUre. 
to DncDriBH, diminuhe, 
to VAMisa, fame perire^ petcdere. 
to Finish, j^iirtf. 
to Chebish, indulgire, muleire. 
to YuxBisa., florae. 
to Fbttbbish, fiieando poUre, 
to FuBinsH, exemare, 
to LiuisH, largiri, 
to BluisH, raphe, vieiare, 
to AiTGiTiSH, anguitare, 
to LlHGuisH, languSre, 
to MfinsH, mmi^tf. 
to M6iasH, monSre, 
to NouBisH, nuUire, 
to PthnsH, pumiearei 
to Vanish, euaneeehe. 

to YAKaUISH, MlffUW^. 

to Bbahbish, vibrare, 

to PlTnsH, paeieei. 

to Pebish, perire. 

to P6LISH, j?o/ir«. 

to £Mp6rBBi8H, depauperare, 

to PtTBUSH, pubUeare, 

to BsmraTTisH, relinquhre, 

to BspLENisH, repUre, 

to Yj^msH, MtfotM^ortf. 

to WXbish, oeedUeeehre, 

to Punish, punire. 

Apish, eimialie, e, 

BiBisH, puerHii, e. 

B6tish, pueriiit, e. 

CoflSH, MMCtllfM, a. 

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Bl6cktsh, $iiipidu9f a. 
CooxiSHy $alaXf dcit. 
CiBusH, rusticanus, a. 
Childish, pusriUs, e. 
Chxtbush, inhumanuSf a, 
OdssisHy eaninus, a. 
Coltish, effirenus^ ne, 
D6ltish, stupidu8, da, 
CowisRf vacointuif a. 
86wisH, iUiUuSf a. 
Clowkish, rustiouBf a, agretiU, 
B6wiriSH| ruiis^ $. 
Clatish, l<UuUntu8f a. 
OowASBiSH, ttmiduif da. 
DiunxiSHy diahoUcuB^ a. 
Ftxsish, firuiduBy ignem^ a. 
D6eGisHy eaninwj inuidus. 
FoGeiSH, pinguuy e. 
H6eGisHy porcinus, na. 
Ekoush, AnglicuSj a, 
Ibish, Hyhernxcw, a, 
DlmasH, vuidu9, nebtdonu, 
ToousHf/aUiUBy a. 
Glbwish, glutinotUBy na, 
BLiwiss, Mibcarul&uSf a. 
K^wisHy reeentuku, nauiimB. 
IxwisH, ludaicuSf a. 
GkynsHy eaprtnuB, na. 
BonsHy deliruSf ra. 
FXuktstt, kponnuSf na. 
HELLISH, infimahs, le. 
FiLLiSH, montanuSf a. 
"KxluiBRf peruersus, so. 
LthonsHi tardus, a, HupiduBf a, 
MoxisH, mtmicus, hardiu. 
B6Mi8Hy BomanuBj na. 
NfeoisHy pareus, ea. 
BfooiSHy licentiostts, a. 
NieeABDisH, tenaculuSf la. 
P£akish, mimieus, a. 
SnI^axish, hardus, a, mimus, 
Pi^uisH, prauui, a. 
Tuhnsa, fiirax, deis. 
T±TiSH, effiranisy e, iracundvLB. 
EiMMiBH, hireonu, a, ohdus, a, 
QlLTiSRf iahidusj a. 
S6bwisH| %mperio»u$y a. 



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Sheepish, ouinusy a. 

Shbimpish, ptmllusy a. 

SLt^oGiSH, languidus, a. 

SLthnsHy sardidus, a. 

SKXiasHy anguinw, a. 

SkIppish, argidw, a. 

SwliasH, inaudactdus. 

"Wolfish, lupinus, a. 

Sl^pish, samnuUntus, a. 

LficpisH, elaudusy a. 
There be many in iihe besyde these* 
namely of two sorts: the one denned 
of snbstantines, the other of adiectines, 
and bothe be adiectines diminntines, sig- 
nifying some affection, inclination or de- 
grM of the primitine : as of water, aqua, 
Cometh waterish, or somewhat watry, 
aqueusy aquaiicui, a: of red, rubeut, «, 
Cometh reddish, rtiMnirNJSMyii^c^&c. These 
bee also nnt often for those in ie, whose 
latine end in osu$ and mttu, as aforsayde, 
as slepyshe or full of slope, sleepy, aom^ 
nulmiutf to, &c. The Latine of these 
ende in euij elktt, or uiu». 

In isme. 
A SdSME, schismus, mi. 
BApnsMEy haptismm. 
A SoPHisME, sophisma, atis, hoc. 
AnExoBdSME, exorcismus, mi. 

There be diners other, that do end in 
ifma, are derined of li^tine woords and 
rreek wordes in wna and in inin^, and 
Siey be of three sortes. 

The first is of the common speche, as 
these aforesayd : The second be taken of 
a conntrey or language, as of latine, 
iaimitm$, kUtnismut, i; Oreeke, Oraeistns, 
Ortecumm, i; Habrew, Hahraitn^ ha- 
hraimmu, i; Barbarie, harbarumey bar- 
barumtUy i; Laconic, laeonitfMj laeonismuty 
i; Atticke, attimme^ Attieismut, i; Bri- 
tannie, Britaniame^ Britanismut, i; Scotte, 
Seotisms, SeotitmuSy i; and many other. 
The third, is of sectes and factions, whom 
we cal after the masters and beginners of 
opinions and doctrines, as of pape, pa- 
pttme^ papurnm^ i ;^ LnUier, ZutMraniame, 
iMihirimiamHt/AjnBXiefAruinwnefJrian-' 
iimu9, i; Caluine, Cfaluynitme, Caluimt' 
mu$, i; Plato, PlaUmi$m$y Flatonitmut, 
and such other sects, the folowers wherof 
do end in ift, as, Baptiste, Baptitta, 0, 
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Mto, #; Iftconifte, lacotmta; papista, pa- 
piata, <8; PlatoniBte, Flatomtta^ «, and 
fuch other, ai many or mo aa ende in 
Ume\ for commonly they hane hothe one 
primitiue: the first, signifying the sect 
It selfe, tongue, or manner of people, and 
the latter heetokening him, that eyther is 
good & cunning, or else is stttdious and 
earnest in the same. 

In iBte. 
A FisTE, pugnus^ %, 
y LisiB of doth, fimhria^ a, 
j^ Mists, nehukdf arum. 
to LisTB, Uhere, 

A CoLLiGioKisTE, eoUegumiBtaj a, 
hee. {hie. 

A CoNF^ssioifisix, (»m/SrMto»M^a, ie, 
A £xoEci9TE, exorcuta, a, hie. 
A QuEsnoNisTE, questionista, a, hie. 
A TsjLLMisrE, psahnistaj <9, Ate. 
A SoPHiSTE, gophisia, a, hie. 

Many other end in iste, concerning 
which loke the note of ioM, aa afore, 
to AssisTE, amstere, 
to CoNsisTE, eoniisUre, 
to DisisTE, demtkre, 
to FsBsiSTE, persist^e, 
to EssiSTSy resisth-e. 

In iatle. 
A BsfsTLX, satdf a. 
A GfifsTLEi eartilago, inis, hoe, 
A Thistle, carduus, i. 
A TitfsTLE, tripes, idie, hie. 
A WKiffTLRy /stula, a. 
A SoxTTHisTLE, cieerhita, a. 
to Wafsnax, fistula modulari. 
Osf SLE coloure, glaueulus, a. 

In ise. 
A Gtse, rituSf us; tnos, oris. 
A GirrsE, idem. 
to Biss, swghe. 
to SiSE, toicare. 

AinsB, herbe, anitum^ i. 
A DnrfsE, inuentio, maehina^ a. . 
y« IlNDiSE, aurigo, inis, hae. 

LlTTisB, eaneeUi, arum. 



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LfcoBiSE, glgeirrixa, a. 
A MAiNFBf SB, vadimonium, i. 

M^BCHANDiSE, mercotura, a. 
A MoBTTSE, oumphusy i. 
A NoTTisE, neophituSf i. 
A Pbomise, promissum, i. 
A Pbouise, prouistimf 4. 
A STJBMisEy JigmefUum, %. 
A ^nteepbise, ineceptumj i. 
A Qu^iTTisB, modus, mos insclitus. 
to DecIsb, deeidire, diseuUre. 
to DeuIse, diuid^e, exeogitare. 
to AdxtIse, aduert^e, delib&rare. 
to CXnonise, eanoni%are. 
to CfBcuMCisE, eireumeidh's. 
to Disof SE, eommutare, 
to £xoEcisB, exoreizare. 
to iNTfsE, allie^e. [^^*. 

to Mati^bise, vadimonio ohstrin- 
to Mantjmise, manumitt^e. 
to PlTisE, paeisciy oonspirare. 
to Fbomise, promittere. 
to Eecognise, reeognosekre. 
to SoLfoofisE, eeMrare. 
to SuBirf SB, eamminisei, fingers. 

LyxEwfsB, similiter. 

OTHEBTTtSB, oUthr. 

Traswf SB, siof hoe modd. 
KfoHTWYSE, iustus, a. 

I ante T. 

In it. 

A Bbedle BIT, ehamus, i. 

A Brr, hueeeUa, a, minutal. 

A Bbit, fish, rhombus, i. 

A Fit of a stone, pars, artis, hae. 

A Fit of a play, aetus, us, 

A Fit of sicknesee, passio, onis. 

Grr, herbe, nigeUa, a. 

Geit for scouring, serobs, obis. 

It, iUud, id, istud. 
A Ejt, a litle vessel, eanthaniB, i, 

fidelia, a. 
A Knit, Um, endis, hae. 
A Nit, idem. 
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A Slit, scisstira, a. 

A Spit, veru^ «, ohelu9, i. 

A TiTMOSE, bird, todm^ u 

A Trr, little iade, equultu, equula. 

A Wwti, hilum^ i. 

"Wtt, ingeniwny ». 
A Wket, scriptumt i. 

Chits, pulse, Imtieula, a. 
to Flit from a place, migrare, 
to Flit, stra-s^r, plieare. 
to Git, get, acquirhre. 
to Get, beget, gigtUre. 
to Hit, tangirBj aUinghr$, 
to Knit, necth^e. 
to Quit, rependhe. 
to Sit, sedh-e. 
to Slit, disoindkre. 
to Spit, transfigure, 

'Fit, aptus, a. 

lit ifl also a eigne of rerbals in bilt't, & 
of participiala iadm: as 

Fit to be loued, amahilisy e. 

Fit to be red, legendua, a. 

Fit to be done, fmendua, a. 

Fit to be sayd, effabilis, e. 
A CoNDiT, aquagium, ». 
A Fl^abit, moraus oulicis. 
y« FoEEWBiT, tiffdusy presortptum. 
AnHXfiiT, habitus, us. 
A Ht^MTiy heremita, a. 
A LfMiT, Hmes, itis, hie. 
A M^BiTiT, meritum, i. 

NowHiT, ne hilum, nihil* 
A P^piT, seabeUum, pulpUum. 
A TuiT, lapwing, vpupa, a. 

Purr, phalariSf idis, hie. 

Vomit, vomitus, us. 
to Acquit, rependire, 
to Admit, adIniUere. 
to Commit, eommiU&re. 
to Omit, omittere. 
to Permitte, permittere. 
to Disherit, exharedare. 
to Habit, habitare. 
to IiTHABiT, inhabitare. 
to Inhabit, hareditare. 
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to MiBiT, demereri. 
to Fbofitb, prqficere, prodesse. 
to Prohibit, prohibere, 
to Acquit, ^(»r |?ar» referre. 
to Vomit, vomers. 
to Exhibit, exhibere. 
out of Wit, insanus, omens. 
Vnmtte, fw^jp^wa, 0. 

/n iche. 
A BiTCHE, eanietda, a. 
CrrcHE, ru?^, ^m, A<x?. 

A DlTCHE,/0Ma, <e. 

A FiTCHE, viciaf a. 

y« Itche, purigo, inis, hoe, 

ye Stitch, (fo^ lateris. 

A Stetoh in sowing, ietius, us, 

A KiNTOH of wood, faseis, is, hoc. 

PrrcHE, pix, ids, hie. 
A "WiTCHE, faseinatriXf ids. 
A Wrttchb, f»t#^, a. 
A FuTOH, sueeidia, a. 
to DrrcHE, fodere, sepire* 
to Itch, ^;rmr^. 
to Stitche, a(n« pingere. 
to Bewttche, faseinare. 

' In ith. 

A With, rw^w, w, hie, hoe. 
A Wetth, eesticillus. 
A EiQwiTH, darsualis, is, hoe. 
y« TuowiTH, ^roAa, <», heleinum, i. 

WnH, «im. 

FooRTHWiTH, otf^M^tim, mox. 
A Kith, or kin, cognatio. 
A &UITU, faber ferrarius. 

In ittle. 

A TiTTLB, O^ftT, t^, Ati^. 

A BiTTLE, scarabeus, i. 

Little loke litle and seeke al the other 
in itla, in yll. 

In ite. 
A Btte, morsus, us, rictus 
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A Ltte, or litle, parutHf 4. 
A lAYTEyYenmii, eurculio, (miif hie. 
A Mtte of monej, minutum^ i, 
A Sntte, ibiSf is, hoe. 

Spite, inuiderUia, a. 

Plite, plight, habitudOf inis. 
to Byte, mordSre, 
to Dette, for shyte, eaeare. 
to Fltte, (^jdiB, jUgerdy iurgare, 
to Ctte, eitar0. 
to Ltte, or tmst, JrHus mw. 
to Qftte, par pari re/errs, 
to Shtte, eaeare, 
to Smtte, pereutere^ ferire. 
to Sptte, inuidkre, 
to Thwite, exddkre. 
to Wite, eulpare, 
to White, scrih^e. 



Lite, orli^ 
White, 



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TiTE, qoicke, eitd, 
as TiTE, quam eitd, tarn eitd, 
y» Appetite, appetitus, ue. 

DispiTE, deipeetio, inuidia. 
AnHfpocBiTE, hypoerita, a, 
A LiuiTE, leuita, a, diaconue, 
A MiJiGABSTE, tnargarita, a, 
A PlBASiTB, parmytusy i, 
A Spibite, epirituiy i, 
to Delate, deUetare, 
to EiTBfTE, dietare. 
to Inuite, inuitare, 
to EecIte, reeitare, ree&mire. 
to EequIte, reddh-e, rep&ndere, 
to IncIte, incitare, 
to SoLiciTE, soUieitare, 

£xaiJisiTE, exquisituSf a. 

iNPnoTE, infinitus, a. 

PebIte, peritus, a, 

PABTfTE, partitus, a. 

BiPAETiTE, hipartituSf a, 

Tb£paetite, tripartitiMf a, [us, 

QulssiPABTiTs, qtuidripartttuSf 

In ythe. 

Bltthe, mery, hlandus, a, alacrin, 
Ltthe, calme, «^«mi«, a. 



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A Bttsb^ falx, fcmiieea. 

SwTTHE, oeyiU. 
to Ktthe, acknowledge, agnose^e. 
to Ltthe, herke, auaeidtare. 
to Ttthe, deeimare. 

In itle. 
A LiTFLE, parumf i. 
A Title, tittUw, t . 
to Tttle, inserib^e. 
LiTLE, paruuSf a. 

The woord little is bIbo the liene of 
diminutiues, ai these deriaed of sabstan- 
tines, 

A LiTLE king, regulus^ i. 
A Litle boke, hbelku, i. 
A Litle man, homunculus, i, 
A Litle woman, muU&reuUiy hb, 
A Litle flye, mtiseeUaf a. 
and looh other, whose Latino endeth in 
vlut, eUu8f via, ella, m, &c. 

I ante V. 
In ioe. 

Chutes, eapula, arum, 

CiXTES, idem. 

QtuEs, mameOf arum. 
AnHiUE, alueus, i, 
A Stue, erihrum, f . 
A Shiue of bread, seetiopanie, 
A Steiue, eertamen, inis, hoe. 
to DiiTE, vrinare, 
to Dbitje, ag^e, vrgk'e, 
to GitJE, eompedire. 
to HiuE, in ahmm eoUigSre. 
to Live, viukre. 
to Pbiue, priuare. 
to BiuE, eate, rumphe. 
to Shiue, dissecare. 
to SuuE, teare, disrumphre. 
to Stbiue, cmiare. 
to Theiue, prosperare. 
to WiXTE, vxarem duc^e. 
to Shbitte, eonfit&ri. 

£in)iVE, herbe, intghus, 4, 
A CiPTiXTE, eaptiuus, a. 
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A DituuKCTiujfiy dmuneUuaccmiune. 

A FuGiTiuB, profaga^ a, 

A Belatixtb, reiatiuum, t . 

A Pbsb6gatiub, prarogattuum, t. 

to Depbiux, depriuare. 

to DsscBfrx, descrihh'$* 

to AicHfEuSy pwilekre, 

to AssfuE, appetite 

to ClpnuE, eaptiuare. 

to DsRfuB, deriuoTB. 

to Eetriub, retrudkre. 

to RsuiuEy reuiuificare. 

DtFBcrnrEj defeetiuus^ a, 

Ihtentixtb, inUfUus, a. 

ExcfssiUE, exeessiuuSf a, 

XcnuE, actiuuSf a. 

Frixatiue, primat%uu9y a. 
CXftiue, captiuuSf a. 
PB6cLnjB, proeliuisy ue. 

There be many other in ine, derined 
ont of yerbe, whereof some signifie ao- 
tiuely, as affections i?hich moue, and 
othersome passinely. as affected with some 
thing : the next folowing be actines and 
fnch other. 

JhsF&seruBy de/emiuus, defmso- 

Hub. 
Dem 6i7siBATinE, denumstratiuuB, 
ExsoBTATiUEy exhortatiuusy a. 
JHsnnfcnxTE, dmunetiuuSf a. 
ExcLTTsmE, exelusiuwj a, 
iKF^cnuB, mfeetiuui, a, 
IsvKSTiVK, inu&ntiuus, a, 
Laxatiux, prouocana aluum. 
"NSnTSATWEf naminatiuuBf a. 
PtssPBCTiux, pertp^iuui, a. 
FdBOATiUB, pwrgatnmBj a. 
PuTBiFEOTins, putrefaetiuui, a. 
SrupsFBonuB, atupifaetiuuB^ a. 

These folowing, and such other, doo 
rather signifie passinely: as 

InrodsnuSy 9tipatui venire, 
G6sTn7By sttpticMi a, 
Debixtatiub, denuatiuu8f a. 
FioxTBATiTTE, figurotiuus^ 0. 
FuemuE, fingitiuu9^ 0. 



P6siTiuE, posUfuuSf a. 
PossEssiiJE, possemuuB, 0. 

Finalhr these in ine can not be writen 
in iwe, for causes recited in the termina- 
tion ane. If thou donbt, loke there. 

In Of desinentia. 

InO. 

10 A Dos, dama, a, hoc. 
A Foe, hostii, inimiousj 0. 
A BoE buck, dareas, adU^ hie. 
A BoE doe, eapraaf a. 
A Toe, digituB pedis. 
15 Woe, dohfj trietitia^ a. 

A Sloe, sptneohaOf prtmUum^ U. 
A Shoob, ealeeuSf t. 
AnHossE SHOOE, eoleaf m. 
y« Echo, echo. 
20 to Doo, agkre^ faekre. 
to Shoob, ealeeare. 
to GoE, «rtf, vad^e. 
to FoBDOE, ahoUre. 
to FoBGOE, amitthe. 
35 to MisnoE, inxuriari. 
to Vkdoe, perd4re. 

Blo, blackblew, Uuidue, da. 
MoE, plnreSf ra, 
Twoo, duo, «, 0. 
30 Fbo, a, ah, abs. 

Hoe, reuoeantii vox est. 
LoE, eeee. 

No, non, nuUuSf la. 
So, sie. 
35 Tho, though, ft, lioet. 
To, adf vsqne. 
Ykto, ad, vs^e, donee. 
To TOO, nimtSf valdk. 
To and fro, hue iUuegne. 
40 "Whebto, quorsum. 

HiTHEBTo, haetenuSf hueusque. 

In ob. 
A Bob of flowers, floritum^ %. 
45 A BoBBE of leanes, fronditum, ti. 
A Blob on y« water, huUa, a. 
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In oble. 
Noble, nohilU, U. 
A Noble, aureu$, i, 
YksSble, ignohilis. le. 

In obe. 
A. Robe, pallium, ftola, €B. 
A Globe, glohm, hi. 
y« Astbolobe, astrolabium, i. 

ante C. 
For them in oek«, looke in ante K. 
In oche. 
A Broch, veru, ruy hoc. 
A Eepboch, opprohriuMj i. 
to Coce, cambire. 
to Imboche, inBculpkre. 
to Encboch, inUrcipere. 
to Eepboch, vituperare. 

ant^ D. 

In odde. 

A Clodde, clot, ffleha, a. 

A CoDDE, fish, eapitOf dnis, hie. 

A Cobbe, cushion, puluinoTf arii, 

God, Deui, dei. [A<w?. 

A RoDDE, virga, a. 
A Sod, turfe, eespesj ttis, hie. 
A ToDDB, weight sexdecim pondo. 
A Tbod, path, eallis, is, hoc. 
y« CoDDE of a beast, seortum, eoleus. 
y« CoDDE of peason, tilaqua, a. 
A "Wood, lueus, i. 

"Wood, lignum, i. 
to CoDDE peason, siliquas Ugire. 
to PoDDE, or porre, pung^re. 
to NoDDE, nutare. 

Shodde, ealeeatus. 

SoDDE, eoctuB, elixu9, a. 

Odde, impar, oris, hoe. 
A Metrod, partica, <bT 
A Sf KOD, 9ynodu9, i, hoc. 

In code. 
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A Flood, ^ffim, inis, hoe. 

FooDE, esea, a, eihus, «• 
AnHooDE, eueulus, i, hie. 
A MooDE, mynd, animus, mi. 
A MooDE, modus, di. 
y* BooDE, crucifixus, i. 

Stoode, stabam, as, at. 

Good, bonus, na. 

WooDE, ferus, a, Juribundus, a. 

Falshood, perfidia, faUaeia. 

KKf 6HTH00D, miliiaris ordo. 
A LixTELODE, pairimonium, ij. 

Makhood, virUitas, virtus. 

FBtESTHOOD, saeerdotium, ij. 
Looke in haftd for moe. 
to Beblood, funesiare, eruentare. 

In ode. 
A Gddb, partiea stimulata. 
A Lode, onus, eris, hoc. 
A Bode, in warre, expeditio, onis. 
to Lode, onerare. 
A ToDE, bufo, dnis, hie. 

Bbode, iatus, ta. 
An Abode, mansio, onis, hae. 

In odge. 

A Lodge, hospiiium, if. 

to BoDOE, sarcire. 

to DoDOE, illiberaliter se habere. 

to L0D6E, hospitare. 

ante F. 

In offe. 

A ScoFFE, seomma, atis, hoc. 
A GoFFE, foole, morio, bardus, i. 
to DoFFB, for do of, exu^e. 
to Skoffe, scommari. 
to WoFF like a dog, latritare. 

Of, a, ab, de. 

TmsROF, ind^. 

"Whebof, vnd^. 

Of is also the signe of the genitiue case, 
ai of me, met, of thee, tut, Ac., also the 
aigne of an ahktiue, or datiae after pai- 
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U : seene of me, vism mihiy bIbo the sicrne 
of adiectiaes, poesessiues, and materiaJis : 
as paUmui, a, of my father, matemutf a, 
of my mother : aureut, a, of ^Id, ar^id* 
UtUf a, of siluer. Finally, it is the signe 
of a datine case, after adiectines in bilig, 
and participials in dut^ as viaibilit omnu 
buif able to be seene of all men, ammtfdui 
omnibus, to be loned of all men. 

In oft. 

A Loft, BtrUUgwai, t, tdMatuai. 
y« "WoFT of a web, subtegmen. 

Soft, mollis, le. 

Aloft, suhlimis, $. 

Auorr, in altOf subhms. 

Oft, gap^, 
to Loft, contignare. 

Soft, to make, moUire. 

In ofe. 
y« Hoof of a foote, vngula^ la. 
A LoFE, massa panis. 
A Pboofe, prohatio, anis. 
y« BooFB of an house, tectum. 
y« EooFB of y« mouth, palatum, 
y« WooFB of a web, suhtegmm, inis. 

ante G. 
In ogge. 

A Cloo, log, truncuBy i. 
A Doo, eani$, is, hie, Jk^o, 
A BoGGS, eharyhdis, is, hoc. 

FoGOE, postfcmium, t . 
A Fboooe, rana, a. 
AnHoooE, porous, ♦. [turn, 

A Clogge at y« foote, itnpeaimen' 

Agoggb, olUquus, a, 
A BiNDOGGE, eanis oatenarius. 

In oge. 
A DfALOGE, dialogus, t. 
An£piLOGE, epHogtis, i. 
AnHiDGEHOG, herinaceus, i, 
A Pbologe, prologus, i. 
to Fboboge, prorogare, 
A E6ge, vagdbundus, a. 
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In ocke. 

A Blocxe, truneus, i, 
A Bbogke, beast, taxo, onis, hie, 
A Clocke, horologium, i. 
A Clocke, fl6e, searahefus, i. 
A Cooke, bird, ^a/?tM, t. 
A Cocke of hay, meta, a. 
A Cocke of dung, eollis, is, 
theDocKE, clunis, is, hoe. 
A DocKE, herbe, lapathum, i. 
the Dock of a ship, puppiSf is, hoe, 
A Cbocke, shepe, adana, a. 
y« Cboks of a house, hijuges, um. 
A Flocke, grex, egis, nie, 
A Fbocke, sagum, i. 
A Kkocke, ictus, us, p&rcutio. 
A Locke, sera, a, 
A Locke of woll, solox, oeis, hoc, 
A Flock, or sherling, flooous, i, 
A MocKE, irrisio, illusio. 
y« Nock of an arow, crena, a. 
A PocKE, phagedana, a, 
A BocKE, distaffe, colus, i, hoc, 
A Skocke, supparum, i, 
A SOCKE, soccus, i, 
A Stocke, stipsy itis, hie, 
A BocKEof8tone,^^ra,<8,rtf^tft,i#. 
to Flocke, eongregarc, 
to Knocke, tundhe. 
y« Stockes, eippus, i, psdica, 
to Locke, swore, ohtUre, 
to MocKE, irridire, illudh'e, 
A BlLLOcKE, testiculus, scortum. 
A BthrrooKE, duniSf is, hoc. 
A CiBLOCKE, herb, eruca, a. 
y« Fbench POCKE, morbus gallicus, 
A OiMLOCKE, tereleUum, i. 
AnHiBDOCKE, fish, aseUus, i, 
AuHemlocke, eicuta, a. 
A Mattocke, hidens, enis^ hie. 
MtkxocKE, puluis, erits, hie. 
A PlKOCKE, fundus, i. 
A PicocKE, pauo, onis, hie, 
A PiKKocKE, hedge sparow, cur- 
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A Pbikcocks, precox f kueiuus. 

A PUTTOCKB, miluuSf f* 

A RtbDocKE, ^^»7^, a. 

WiDLOCKE, cimiugium^ i, 
A Artochocke, eynarOf a, 
A Pnf SBUTTOCKE, troBitUuSf a, 

Ooke is also the signe of diminatiaes 
fonned of sobetantiaes, ai 

Hillocks, eoUieulus, u 

Bttllocke, tuumeui^ 4. 

Pillocks, ptlula, a. 

Hillocks, parua mola. 
and other, whose Latine is in WbM, via, 
eUuSf tUOf ai the examples declare, k 
most be expounded be tnis si^e, little, 
or small, as hiUocke, or litle hil, pillock, 
or small pill, &c. 

In ockle. 

A CocKLs, conehay (B, 

to CocKLs, cherish, indulgere. 

In ooke. 
A Books, /iW, t, eodsx, ids. 
A Beooks, riuuSf i,Jluuiu8, t. 
A Cooks, eoquuSf i, [mm. 

A Cbooke, hooke, hamuB, f , curua- 
A Flooks, fish, peetuneuhUf i, 
A Hooks, hamus, ». 
A Nooks, comer, angului^ i. 
A Books, crow, camw, tcis, hae, 
y« Smooks, fumuB, i, 
to Hooks, hamare, ineuruare. 
to Looks, vidire, spictare» 
to SuooEBy fumare. 
to SirooKs, olfao^e. 
to FoBLOOKS, faseinare. 

In oke. 

AnOKS, querent, t, A^. 
A Poke, little sack, eaeeulue, t. 
y« Spoke of a wh6el, radius, t . 
A Stroke, tetus, us, pereuiio, 
A Cloks, ehlamis, idis^ hie. 

HoLiocKs, althea, a. 
to Pboke, procare. 
to Stboks, mulcire. 
to Peou6ke, prouocare. 



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j^ Hobs soke, pruinOj a. 

ante L. 

In on. 

to Poll, pil, spoliarL 

A Boll, ealigna, a. 

to Poll the head, tondere. 

ye Doll of the hand, ro2fi, «. 

A Ff OLL, potte, anuila, or. 

A GfxoLL, vertibulutnf f . 

AnrnoLL, idolum, i. 

A CHrB6L, to/iei, <e. 

to £irB6LL, inseribdre. 

to Ext6ll, exdltare. 

In old. 
y« Ck>iJ>, frigus, oris, hoe, 
y^ Mold, humus, t, A^oc. 
A Mold, talpa, a. 

Bold, audax. 

Cold, frigidus, a. 

Seeke other in oold : for olte, seeke 
alsoonltt. 

In ole. 
y« Bole of a tr^, corpus, stemma. 
A Cole cold, carho, onis, hie. 
A C6LS hote, pruna, a. 
A Dole, eleemosynm distribtUio. 
A FoLS, puUus equinus. 
A GoLS, or marke, meta, a. 
AnHoLE, foramen, inis, hoe. 
A loLS of fish, fauces, urn. 
A Pole, partica, €e. 
y« Pole north, arcticus, i, hoe. 
j^ Pols south, anctareticus, i. 
A Sols, fish, solea, a. 
j^ Sole of a shoe, solum, i. 
A CXTCHPpLL, liotor, aparitor. 
A Thielepoole, halina, a. 
A HuELipooLs, idem. 
y^ Sols of the foote, planta pedis, 
to Hole, pcrforare. 
to Sole, solum adhibdre. 
to Thole, suffer, sustinire. 

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In oole. 

A EooLBy $tuUu8, morio. 
A Poole, pahu, ikdds^ kao, 
A Soo^iLBy sehola, a. 
A SrooLBy sella, a. 
A TooLBy inatrumefUum. 

Tool, Christmas, IfaUmtas 
Chruti. 

DooLBy Borow, dohr^ 6riB, hie, 
to CooLBy deferhire, 
to DooLBy sorowy doUre. 
to ScHOOLBy eorrigere, inetruere. 

CooLBy quietuBf a. 
A PADSTOOLEy tuber, eris, hoe. 

A ToDBSIOOLByywil^, y». 

ante M. 

In ome. 

A GoxB or comby peeten, inii, hoe. 

FoKSy epuma, a. 

HoKBy domus, mi, 
A MoKSy morio, hardue, 
to CoKSy or comby eomire, 
to FoHE, tpumare. 
A BisoicBy seopa, a. 
A BoTOM of jame, ghmue, mi, 
y« BoTOir of y* watery yiiiM^y di, 
A CocKOKBy erieta, a. 
A DuixDOMBy dudUuB, us, 
AnEDGELOKBy euU0r, i, hae, 
AnEABLDOKSy ^eomitatus, us, 
A WoBKE LooKBy insirumefUum, 
AnEprroKBy epitome, es, h^. 
A FXxHOMBy hexapedia, <e. 

FBiDOHEy Uhertas, atis, 
AnHoBSBCOXBy sirigU, His, hie, 
A KfNeDOKSy regnum, ni, 

HABTiBBOicSy moHyrium, if. 
A PHiirroMBy phantasma, atis. 
A BAKsoKBy redewiptio, onis, hoe, 

SfiTAMOKy synamomum, i. 
y« Tbafsoxb of a bed, trdhula, <b 
AniKOOMBy inwHa, aduena, m, 
AnChrooMBy diseasoy morbus aduen- 
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WHOBDOKBy meretrieium, ij, 

WysDOMEy sapieniia, a. 
There bee dynen other that ende in 
dome, as piinoedomey prmeipaius, ui: 
Inrngdom, reffntim, ni : Christendoniy 
ChnitumUas, mt%9^ and both in latine 
and english are derined of subetantinet, 
ligoif^ing gonemers or ofSoen, aa the 
examples do dedare. 

Fulsome, foedus, da, 

GBOWsoKSy horridus, da. 

HAimsoKBy seitus, a, 

"EAimEBaoKE, factiosus, sa. 
to OuEBOOKSy vifieSre, 
to MisBECoKBy dedeeire, 
to fiAirsoKBy redim^e. 
to YNGTrsTOicBy desuefaeere, 
to AccnsioicSy assue/aeh's, 

LoTHSOKBy nausebu$idus, a, 

NoTsoKSy noeuus, a, noeiuus. 

SELDOMBy rarus, a, rard. 

QufLOMBy quandoque, 

BxrzoMBy pronus, a, promptm. 

In ompt. 

to Aoc6icPTy eomputare. 
AnAoooxPTy eomputus, U, 
PBOXPTy promptus, a. 

In oome. 
A DooKBy astimatio, iuditium. 
A BLOOKBy germen, inis, hie, 
A G^BOOiCBy subeubieularius. 
to DooKBy astimare, iudieare. 
to BLOOiCBy g&rminare. 

ante N. 

In onne. 

A SoKKBy^tMy i, gnatus, i. 

y« SoHHBy sol, oUs, hie. 

to Doir, do on, induhe. 

to SoKKBy insolare. 

to WovNEy hahitare, 

A BlBONy baro, inis, hie. 

Alcobok, Aleoramtm, ni. 
AnANBiBOKy andila, a. 

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A Bbaitdibok, andena, a. 
A BuTTOW, Jiiida, apex, icis, 
A Olxtttok, edaxy helus. 
A CiPON, eapoj dnis, hie, 
A Caldboke, lebes, HU^ hie, 

Cynamon, c^namomum, i, 
A Common, eompaacuumf i, 
A CoMPABisoN, eomparatiOf anis. 

Cotton, hamhucum, i. 
A Deacon, Diacanus, ni. 
A Meacon, segge, carex, ids, hie. 
A Babbon, pupuSf pi. 
A CIbbon, gurgustitaHj euhile, is, 
A Basson, sinus, ni, 
A Beacon, spectaeulum, pharus, 

Celtdon, ealidonia, a. 

Centbon, ceutaurum, i, 
A Chanon, canonieus, i, 
A Chanon, girnne, tormenti genus. 
A Otj^'ES, particula, 

Encheason, causa, necessitas, 

Tbeason, maiestas, reatus, pro- 
ditto. 

S£:ason, oportunitas, tempestas, 
A Faction, f actio, secta, a, 
A Fashion, mos, ritus, us. 
A Falcon, /a/ro, onis, hie. 
A Falcheon, ensis falcata, 
A Fellon, transgressor, fur. 
A Felon sore, furunculus, •. 
A Flagon, lagina, a. 

FoYsoN, fxcunditas, 
A GjLllon, semiuma, a. 
A GoGEON, fish, yod»o, onM, At^. 
A Gammon, pema, a. 
A Gabison, turma, a, eaterua. 
A Gabnison, t(2?m, manipulus, li. 
A Gtbbon, poderis, is, hoc. 
A Gtbdibon, oraticula, a. 
A Habeboeon, ^(>ru^, ^. 
AhHeabon, ore^M, «. 
A Iabqon, rime, falnda metriea. 

Ibon, ferrum, ri. 
A Laggon, lagena, a. 
A Wagon, vehiculum, li. 
A Lampbon, mtfr^a, <e. 
A Legion, legio, dnis, hie. 



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A LissoN, lectio, dnis, hoc. 

A LiMON, limon, dnis, hie, 

A Lemmon, amasia, a. 

A Lf ON, 2^, dnis, hie. 

A MisoN, lapieida, a. 

A MtJSHEBON, fungus, i, hie. 

A Motion, motio, sollieitatio. 

A NiGGON, parens, a. 

A NiGioN, morio, ideota, a. 

AnONYON, capa, a. 

A FIbdon, indulgentia, is. 

A Pebsone, persona; a. 

A Patbone, patronus, ni, 

P^DiuoN, leontopodion, i. 
A Peapon, pepo, onis, hie. 
A Pompon, idem. 
A PiNsoNE, osa, a, 

PoYSON, venenum, ni, 
A Pbisone, career, eris, hoe, 
A KiNDON, race, petitus eursus, 

E&A80N, ratio, dnis, hie. 

Saffbon, croeum, i. 
A Samon. salmo, dnis, hie. 
A SiBMON, sertno, dnis, hie. 
y« Sessions, sessiones, num. 
A Step son, priuignus, ni. 

Tabagon, tragonia, a, 
A TiNON, impages, agis, hoc. 
A TfiiNSHON, /rfl^»k?»fi«m, ^*. 

Venison, forina, a. 

Vebmimon, minium, i. 
A Condition, conditio, onis, hoe. 
A Wanton, procax, lasciuus, a. 
A Weapon, arma, arum, telum. 

Vpon, sttper, 
A WiGioN, bird, glaucea, a. 
to Abandon, exterminare. 
to BuBDEN, onerare. 
to Condition, paeisei. 
to flMPEisoN, incarcerare, 
to Enitibon, communire. 
to Iabgon, nugari. 
to MisFASHioN, deformare. 
to Motion, mouire, 
to Pabdon, indulgire. 
to Pof SON, r^n^nor^. 
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to SEASON, e<mdire. 
to SthacoiTy Bummmire, 
to Vnbtjbdon, exonerare, 

Albiov, JBritanniaj a, Albania, 
AnAssERTioKy assertioy ohm. 
A BENEDicmoir, hensdietio, ants. 
A Champion, pugil, His, hie. 
A Companion, comes, itis, hie, hoc. 
A Complexion, eamplsxio, anis. 
A Condition, conditio, onis, hoc. 
A Dominion, dommio, onis. 
AnExTOBTioN, exactio, onis. 
An Action, actio, causa. 
An Addition, additio, onis. 

Ambition, amhitio, onis. 
An Exhalation, exhalatio, onis. 
A YtsnAHOV, fundamentum. 

YRXimov, jfruitio, onis* 

Y^cnois, Junetio, onis. 

Ft^snoN, gossopinsum, i. 

Indignation, indignatio, onis, 

luBiSDicnoN, iurisdictio, onis. 

Manumission, nutnumissio, onis. 

MtNTioNy mentio, onis. 
A MInion, hellulus, a. 
A KXtion, natio, gens, entis. 
An Occasion, occasio, onis. 
AnQpiNioN, opinio, onis. 
AhOrXtion, oratio, onis. 
A PatjI LLioN, castrum, i. 
A P^sioN, pensio, onis. 

lhsKDiTioT!f,perditio, interim, us. 
A Phisicion, phisicus, i. 
A Pf oioN, pipio, onis, hie. 
A Pf NNioN, pinula, a. 
A Portion, portio, onis. 
A Possession, possessio, onis. 
A Potion, potio, onis. 
A Pb6clamation, vulgatio, onis. 
A Pbopobtion, proportio, onis. 
A Qt^ESTiON, quastio, problema. 
A BtoiON, regio, natio, onis. 

Ksii GioN, relligio, onis. 

ResuerEction, resurrectio, onis. 
A EEutRSTON, residuum, i. 

SIlitation, saluatio, onis. 
A SkIlion, seirtum, i. 



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A Scorpion, seorpio, onis. 

A Sci^LUON, lixa, a. 

A Sedition, seditio, onis, hoc. 

A Station, statio, onis. 

y« STRiNOTTiLTON, stranguria, a. 

A SthLGioN, chirurgus, i, 

A St^GOBSTioN, suggesitio, onis. 

Superstition, superstitio, ants. 
A SupplicXtion, suppUcatio, onis. 
A SuocisaioN, successio, onis. 
A TradItion, traditio, onis. 
A TthTioN, iuitio, dnis, tuUla. 
AhVnion, vnio, onis, hoe. 

There bee bIbo many other beeide these 
which end in on, and are to bee denned, 
when ye wil, of the later supine of the 
Latine verbe, by turning v into ion, like 
as the Latine nonnes (for they be nounei 
yerbals) are formed of the same, by tam- 
ing u into to, in these that folowe, and 
suche other. 

EelXtion, relatio. 

EeuelItion, reuelatio. 

EEUOLtrnoN, reuohdio. 
A VoclTioN, vocatio. 
A VisrrlTioN, visitatio. 

Vnction, fmetio, Sfc. 

All which make the genitiue case in 
onis, and are declined with hoe, there be 
almost as many of them aa there be 
Latine rerbes of the actiue signification 
to be found. 

In once. 

A Sconce, latema, a. 
Once, semel, olim. 

In onde. 

An Almonde, amigdalum, i. 

A DfAMONDE, adamas, anUs, hie. 

A Bonds, vinculum. 

A Sonde, missio, onis. 

A FoKDB, piscina, a. 

Betonde, vltrd. 
y^ Seconds, secundus, a. 

FoNDS, stolidus, a. 

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A SoveuBy coDHcum^ emUUmt. 

A THoveuB» lorum^ 4. 

A Trntove, stipatiOf dennUu. 

A, ToirouBy Ut^i/uaf a. 

to LoNeuBy Ianjfu4r4f appet&re. 

A Wbonoux, miunaf a. 

Wiove^ tuMirtaB, a, pm-peram. 

SisoNO, fartii, 0, vaUduSf a. 

Jjovb, hnguty a* 
A DiFTHOKe, diphthangui, t^ hoc, 

Abbxbs tovo, hnpM 9&rpmUna. 

BoGTONQy cynogloiuuif t . 

EuMxnovBf ve^miina ojficia. 
A FuBLONGy stadiun^ dij, \Jude, 

to Belovo, p$rt%tUrej ipectare, 
to FBOLOKe, proUmgare^ pettrdhere. 

Alono, direcU, rectd, 

AMOKe, »n^. 

AwBove, perperam, mdU. 

£n>L0V0y ^tf^, 

Tonf if al0O a ngne of diminutiaei, as 
these, 

Tone kjmg, rsgului^ i. 
A Yoiro bird, ameula, a. 
A YoKe bojy pu&rulu8, i. 
A YoNO wench, pudUUa^ a. 
A YoNo goose, ans^reuhti, t. 
A YoNO whelp, eanumiui, ». 

And BQch other whoee latme endeth in 
ulitff, «^liM : or in ufa, #l6i, and be deriued 
and formed of lubetantiaes, ai, re^ultu of 
r$s^ and ontMiiSd of antt. 

/n onge. 

A OoireE, fwrica^ m, 
A Sponob, Bpimgia, ^, 
to Flokob, eeipitare, 
to SpoireB, ipongiare. 

In onke. 

A MOKKB, mOIMItf^, f . 

7« DoNB, rayne, nsbuU^ arum. 

In ont. 
A Month, tnmHi, m, hie. 
A Foin, /<MM, ofi^M, hie. 



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A FBOBT,yhm«, ontis, octet. 

In one. 
A BovB, oi, omsy hoe. 
A Dbovb h^fjkeui, i. 

LoKB, mn^tNimy ». 
AnHoHB, eotieulay 
A Stobb, 2dy9t«, m^. Am, Munan. 
A Btoite, weight, oetcpondUmf V . 
A Thbovb, thremUf m. 
A WoKB, hahitatio. 
to Gbobb, ftn^Mfi^^. 
to Thboitb, inthrontMore. 

OoNB, prateriius, a. 

Fbonb, jn'onos, a, prampiui, a. 
the Backboiob, tpina^ nm. 

Bbdcbtokb, wHphuBf ^m, hoe. 
A Gbtnesiohb, moUj Oj eoe, Hie. 
A Matbovb, matrona^ a. 
A MnsTOKB, mola, a. 
A PoxpoNB, jMppo, dnie, hie. 
A TuTCHSTONE, /^(^W lopis. 

Good wonb, oSMndbn^ui, #. 

EiTiL woms, inopiOf a. 
to Vkbokb, exossare. 

Alokb, «o/im, o, iantim. 

AiroKB, mo«, actutum. 

Sftsonbb, deineepe. 

In oone. 
A BoovB, petitioj ems^ hoe. 
J* Gbook of a swin, proboeeie, idie, 

hoe. 
theMoomE, luna^ 0. 

NooKBy meridieSf m, hie. 
A Spooitb, eoekoTf ariSf hoe. 
A ToovB, tonus, m. 
to TooNB, tnoduiari. 
ye Nbw koovb, nouihmiutny i. 

DooNB, aetue, praieritue. 

SooNB, eitd. 

Yndoohb, perdituB, a. 

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In oppe. 

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A Dbop, (fuUa, a, iiiUaf a. 

J* CoppB of a cap, apex^ %e%9^ hie. 

y^ Cop on a birds head, erutak, 

A Pboppe, fiderunif t . 

A Shoppe, offioina, a, 

A Sloppe, ktmbare, tit, hoe, 

A SoppB, ojffUf a. 

A Stoppe, impsdim&fUumf t . 

A Topps, troehus, t. 

y ToppB of a thing, cuimm^ inisy 

hoe; caeumeny inie^ hoc, 
to Chop herbs, coneid^e. 
to Dboppe, destiUare. 
to HoppE, saltare. 
to Lop a tr6e, tondSre, ptUare. 
to LoppB as milk, eoagulare. 
to MoppE, maw, numire labia, 
to PoppE, conieetare. 
to Pboppe, 9uffuleire. 
to SoppE, offam intingere, 
to Stoppe, oUtru^e, 
to Stoppe, let, remUre, 
to ToppE, tondire. 
A HoppE, humulu8y kipuluSy U, 
A Bishop, JEpiseoptUy jh. 
A GlLisop, hamuty t, 
A Gallop, extensus eunu*. 
A Gaenop, lasts poetdi, 
A GxASHOP, rujoda, da, 

HoBSEKKOP, sysimlrxumj t. 
A MiLKSOPPE, laeHphaguSf i, 
A SnBBOP, strapeSy kdis^ hie. 
to Gallop, fundus gradus, 
to Wallop, fiinn, eursttare. 

In opt. 

This tennination opt is written for 
opped, in the participles of the preter 
tense : u stopt for stopped, lopt for 
lopped, propt ror propped, Ac. 

In ope. 

A Cope, eappa^ <e, paUium, 
A Tbops, ^o^?m«, ^'. 

Hope, spes, ei, hie, 
the Pope, papa^ «, A^»;. 
A BoPE,/imM, w, AtV, ^<?f. 

SoPE, sapOf 6ni9y hie. 



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to Cope, eamhirey emh'e, 
to Hope, eperare. 

EiTBOPE, JEuropay pa. 

"WAiraoPE, falsa spes. 
A Wabsbope, vesttariumy i, 
AnHAND0BOPE,/ttfr^^, t. 

Hf soPE, herb, hysopus^ %. 
A Stbope, qpotema, aiis, hoe. 

In ople. 
A CoppLE, copula^ a. 
A Stopple, epistomium, i. 
A Tbbopplb, guttWy iuguhm. 
to Copplb, eopulare. 
to Popple, hulUref seatmire. 
to Thbopplb, ingulare. 
SnroPLE, sinopiSf idis, hie. 

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In orre. 

A DoBBE, b^e, facusy i. 

A DoBBB, blanke, argtUiay a. 

to DoBBB, arguere. 

Fob, coninnct., nam, s^ttf. 

Fob, prepoB., pro, propk. 

Nob, 9m^, n^ne. 
A Leasob, loeaior. 
AnHuMOB, humor, Ms, hie. 
A RiTxoB, rumor, 6ris, hie. 
A Pbbtob, praior, 6ris, hie. 
A RfeTHOB, rhethor, Ms, hie. 
A D60TOB, doctor, dris, hie. 
A Pb6otob, procurator, oris. 
A PBoeiiOTOB, progenitor, oris. 
A QxTESTOB, quastor, oris. 
A TisTOB, testator, oris, 
A Eaitoob, inuidia, a. 
A ElsoB, nouaeula, a. 

EieoB, rigor, dris, hie. 
A SiiaoB, senior, oris. 
A luNioB, iunior, oris. 
A SuTl^oB, superior, oris. 

Ikp^biob, ifrferior, oris. 
A Tekob, tenor, oris, hie. 

TbXttob, proditor, oris. 
A Vapob, vapor, oris, hie. 



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A VfcTOB, victoTf ari$, 
A VisoR, laruakf u, hoc. 
to Abhobbb, ahhorrire, 
to VlPOR, euaporare. 

In orche. 
A P6itOHXy vestihulum, i. 
A ToscHSy iada^ a. 

In OTde. 
A BoBDE, oMetf Mi, hie. 
A CoBDE, fimicului, 4. 
A LoBDs, dominuij t, 
A SwoRDE, (jfladiui, t , #nm, Atir 
A WosDB, verbumf t. 

C6N00BDS, conoordtOf a. 

Df sooBDS, discardiaf «. 

A RioOBDB, ^^ti9, M, AU7, A<9<T. 

A WlTCHEWOBDE, symholumf ♦. 
to AccoBDE, coneordire. 
to Ebo6rde, eontestari. 

Ih orge. 
A FoBGE, fabrica, a. 
A GoBOB, ingUmieiy $%. 
to Fosos, smytlie, fabrieare. 
to 'FoBaMffejgae,adumhrare,Jin4f&r0. 

In orke. 

Cores, «M^tfr» ^m, Aoc. 
A FoROKS, yurca, <e, A<8&. 
A PoRKE, poreut, t . 

Porks, poroina^ a. 
A Storks, eieoniay a. 
A WoRKU, done, (>piM, «m, Ao^. 

Works, labour, operay «, Aip^. 

YoRKE, dtie, JShoraeum^ t. 
A PfTCHEFORKS, hoita fwrcota, 

W6LW0RKB, lanifioium, t. 
to WoRKB, laborarey opera/ri. 

ksTT WORKS, opificium. 

In orle. 

A Whorls, v&rtieiUum, iplendi- 

ht9, t . 
to Whorls, eoiUorqu^e, rotare. 
y« World, mundus, t , «#«N/imi, t. 



/n onne. 

A Forme, bench, seannum, t . 

A Forme, fashion, forma, a, 

y® Form of an hare, sedes, i$, hae, 

A 8torme, proceUa, <b, temputoi. 

A Worms, vertnu, %$, hie. 

to "FoBXR, formare, finger$. 

to Storms, Bouire. 

A RfNGWORME, impetigo, Igii, hoe. 
lo to CoirvoRME, oonformare. 

to £k76rme, informare, 

to Deforms, deformare. 

to Teelfobme, perfieh'e, 

to Traksforme, transformare. 
15 Conforms, eonformie, e. 

In ome. 
Corks, annona, a, far. 
An Horns, (;or»u, u, ^. 
ao A SooRNE, ludihrium, t , irrieio. 
to Scorns, illud^e, Bubsannare, 
Borne, im^im, 0, geniitm. 
Shorne, tontue, a. 
SwoRNE, iuraiue, a. 
25 ToRNE, laeer, ra^ laceratui, 

WoRNE, tritui, a. [latue^ a. 
WoRNE on, indutue, a, getttu, 
AnAcGORNE, baiamte, t. 

NuMcoRNE, trimeetre hordeum. 
30 A Vnicorne, tmicomis, is, hie. 
to Adorns, adomare. 
to Si7b6rne, Mid^rfMir^. 
FoREswoRNS, periurue, a. 
Forl6rne, perditui, a. 
35 Mysborns, obortiuus, a. 

Stubb6rne, pertinax, pemUeax. 
yNSH6RNE, intoMus, a. 
Ynsworne, iniuratue, a. 
Yntorne, iUaeerus, a. 
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/n orse. 

A Corse, periMonium, t. 

A Corse, corps, corpus, cadamsr. 

FoRSB, f7ii, violentia. 
45 An Horse, ^wim, t. [^im, i««. 

Remorse, remorsus, us, instine- 
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to DiuoBSBy demiUere^ repudiare, 
to Ekfobsb, coghe, eompeUere. 

Pesfobse, r», violenUr. 

HoBSB, raucuSf a. 

WoBSE, peior^ us. 

In orte. 
A PoKTE, gate, porta, a, 
A PoBTE, hauen, partus, us, ' 
A ToKrE,heha,iijoT,gestu8,hMtudo, 

PoBiEy power, magnifie&ntia. 
A SoBTE, genus, eris, hoc. 
A SoBT, manj, multxtudo. 
A Spobt, iocus, i, seomma. . 
to Snorte, sterters. 
to SoBTE, digsrh-e, distinguers, 
to Spoeie, ludere, iocundari. 

8hobte, hreuis, s, curtus, a. 

CoLEWOBTE, hrassiea, eaulis, is. 

CoHFOBTE, solatium, i. 

Chafewobt, cartafiiagOf inis. 

CuDWOBT, idem. 

FiowoBT, ehelidonium, i. 

LiKGWOBT, heUehorus, ri. 

L6irGW0BT, verhascum, i. 

MoTHEBwoBTE, ortemisia, a. 

MtJowoBT, idem. 

Pentwobt, sysimhrium, i. 

IUgwobte, eUphahascum, i. 
A Eepobte, rumor, oris, hie. 
A ^^sovzE, frequeiUatio, 

EiBWOBT, amoglossa, €s. 
A MisBEPOBiE, defamatio, onis. 

SvBAXwoKL, Jlamula, a. 
A SxTFPOBTE, adminicuium, U. 
to OoMPOBT, confortare, consolari. 
to ExHOBTE, exhortari. 
to ExTOBT, extorquere. 
to Eepobt, referre, puhlieare. 
to Resobte, ^^^u^n^^, 
to MisBEPOBT, defamars. . J^lari. 
to SrppoBT, supportare, adrntnieu- 

ExTOBiE, extortuB, a. 

CoNTOBT, eontortus, a. 

In orthe. 
theNoBTH, aquilo, onis. 



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J* WoBTH of a thing, preeium, dig- 
In pre. 

A BoBE, aper, i, hie. 

y« CoBE of an aple, cor, ordis, hoc. 

A OoBE, gremiale, is, hoe. 

Lobe, leming, doctrina, a. 
AnOBE, remus, i, hie. 
A PoBE, porus, i, meatus, us. 
A Skobe, erenale, is, hoe. 
J* Shobe of the sea, littus, oris, hoe. 
A 80BB, morbus, i, vlcus. 

Stobe of yituali, penu, u, hoc. 

Stobe of cattell, peeuaria, a. 

Stobe of house, supeUex, res 
familiaria. 
A ScoBE, viginti. 
A "Whobe, meretrix, scortum, i. 
to BoBE, tershrare, perforars. 
to GiiOBEy gase, patuHs oeuHs spee^ 

tare. 
to Stobe, instaurare. 
to QoBB, perfodh'e, confodkrs. 
to PoBE, prye, spectare. 
to Robe, rugire. 
to ScoBE, orenare, ineid^e. 
to Shobe, ohliquare. 
to Snobe, snort, sterthrs. 

If OBE, plus, uris, hoc. 

MoBE, magis, plus. 

SoBE, morhosus, molestus, 

SoBE, cruel, dirus, a, durus, a. 

YoBE, before, anti, prius. 
to Adobe, adorare. 
to Restobe, restaurare. 
AnYpBOBS, simuUas, commotio. 

Befobe, presence, cordm, 

Apobb, presence, cordm, in conr 
spectu. 

Befobe tyme, ante, priiUs, 

Affobe lyme, antk, priOs. 

Fi6bthebh6be, porrd, praterea. 

Whebf6be, qumre, ideo, igitur. 

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A Floobb, ar»<f, «, 9olum. 

OoBX of braaae, cadmta. a. 

OoBX of nluer, mokfhd^nOf a. 

OoBB of leade, phtmbago^ inis, 
hae. 

OoBX of golde, ahUa, a. 
A MooBXy heathy mmtima^ arwn. 
A, KooBX, JftmruSf r%, 
A, SxooBS, cammotiOf turbatio, 
to Floobs, e(mUihul0r$. 
to Stoobs, iumuUuar0. 
to Skookb, iupprtm^e. 

In ooTcL 
A BoosB, ai$er, eriSf hie, 
A BooBDy table, mmsOf a. 
A FooBD, vaduMf t . 
AnHooBD, ihitaMrumf t. 
A SwoosD, gladiiu, t. 
A TooBD, tiercuif oriif h§e, 
to BooBSy c9tU%gntire. 
to BooBD, mentam fae0re. 
to HooBB, ^AMtfuriiurf . 

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In 0880. 

y« Bo08Bof a buckler, 9m)o,ofN«,A«r. 

K088B, mu$€us, i. 
A Cbossb, erux, HetSf hme. 

Dbosbb, fex, Sets, lime. 

LosfiB, damnum^ t, utd%ira, m. 
to Cbossb, obUqmre, 
to T06SB, ogitiMre. 

Gbosse, groi9U9, a, 

BtJoLossE, euphroitnumf «. 

'W6Dif 08SE, glaatwn, t • 
to EireB068By inseribh'e. 

AoBOSSB, obUquut, a. 

In oste. 
A O08IB, terminuif t, ./fuM* 

theFBOsT, ^^ Uf hoe, fr%gu$. 
A Ghosib, tptrituif im, mtimi. 
AnHofliB, of men, exereiim, w. 
AnHosTB, hoipe$f iUs, hie. 



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A F08XB, po9ti9y i$, hie. 

Roar meate, omo^a, a, 
A T08XB, 0^, <», toitura. 
A F08T, runner, v&redariuif 0. 
to C0A8TB, eireuire. 
to OosTB, eonsiare. 
to FosTB, properare. 

to BOSTB, OMOr^. 

to TosTB, tarrire, oitare. 
F6BMoeT, primuSf a, 

Ft)BTHEB]f08T, v/^tHlttf, 0. 

MfDLBxosT, mM^W , a. 
TincosiB, in^mtM, 0. 
OxmcoffTB, «r^MfiM«, 0. 
N£bmo8t, prwetmuB, a. 
AnAposiLB, apoetohu^ i. 

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/n otte. 

A Blottx, Uibeey it, hae. 

y^ B0TIE8, verminaiie. 

A. Clot, gleha, a, hae. 

A Dot, oMrtietoriumf t . 

A EiroT, nodu»f t, hie. 

A Lot, tori, or^ii, hae. 

A FoT, 02/0, «. 

the BoTTB, tabee, is, hae. 

A Scot, Seotue, i. 

7* Slot of a doore, peeeuhtSy i. 

&v(yr,pu$, Uris, hoe. 
A Sot foole, moriOf ituUtu, 0. 
A Spot, maeula, a. 
A Stot, bullock, itMeneus, i. 
A Spbot, halectda, a. 
A Tbot, eueeueeoriui gradue. 
to Blottb, maculare. 
to Clotte, gUbaSf vel eoUee ruiere. 
to EoTTB, neuter, putreeeh'e. 
to BoTTB, actiue, putrefae^e. 
to Spottb, fnaeulare. 
to Tbotte, eueeusMre. 

Not, now, A0tM^. 
AnEoLOTTB, braekolum, i. 
A Ohabiottb, t^^Atinf/tim, ^ti0iir*70. 
AnfixMOTTE, formieay a. 
A FleeoTTB, ftueie^ i$, hie. 



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A Gf eLOTTX, ridicula, a. 
AnHisLoiiB, tnereiieulaf a. 
AnHoTCHFOiiB, inemumy t. 
A l£ooTTE, idm. 
AniDioTis, iddota, a, hie. 
A MloeoTTE, tertnes, Stis, hoc, 
A PiLoiTB, fMuarchtUf t . 
A PfapoTTE, vrinak, m, tnoMa. 

EioTiB, Ivxuria^ hueut^ us, 
j^ Sabbottb, sahbaiumf t . 
A SpioooTTBy epistonium, t . 
A TosiPOTiBy hibaXf ootnpotatar. 

YsBLOTiB, vmtMf iBf icurra^ a. 

WlYHSOoTTB, ixmtignatioy iahu- 
latum. 
to FoBeoTTBy ohliuim. 
to RioTTE, luxuriare. 
to Watksootte, eontalmlar$. 

In ottle. 
A BoTTLBy ohhoj a, pt&r^ Ms. 
A Bottle of hay, manipuUuy i. 
A Thbottlb, iugukm, i. 
to Thbottlb, iugulare. 

In otch. 

A Botch, htlisy vlcus, Ms, hoe. 

y^ Botch, pesttlmtia, a. 

to PoicH an ^ge, piUamine Uxors. 

In othe. 

A Bbothb, pulmsfUum, %. 

Clothe, pannus, i. 
A Moths, enwo^ tinsa^ <b, 

BoTHX, amhoy a. 

TnoTHSj sputna, a. 
to Clothe, vsstirs. 
to Fbothe, spumars. 
to LoTHB, nouses. 

Wbothe, iratus, a. 

LoTHB, inuituSf a. 
AhOthb, iusiurandum, t. 

In ote. 

A Bote, eymha, «, aeatum, %. 
A Cote, Umica, a. 
A OoTE, M^a, a. 



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A Gbotb, drachma, a. 

Gbotes, ausnaeeum, %• 

Otes, ausna, a. 
A Mote, atomus, t , hie. 
A Mote, ponde, amnis, is, hie. 
A Note, nota, (B. 
A Stote, yermine, Juruneuhu, i. 
A Thbote, iugtdum, i. 
to Cote, tuniears. 
to Dote, dslirars. 
to NoTE,-no^«. 

I WOTE, «^, 9I0«(^. 

I Wbote, scriheham, as. 

HoTE, ealidus, a. 
A Cabote, pastinaea, a, 
A Fabbote, spitaeus, i. 
A Etdcote, argastulum, i. 

MiLiLOTE, meUlothos, i. 
A PiTicoTE, interula, a. 
to Pbokote, promouire. 

In oote. 

A BooTE, o^^a, <e. 
A CooTE, hird, yii^u'ii, <c. 
A FooTE, pes, edis, hie. 
A EooTE, radix, iois, hoe. 

SooTE, fidiao, inis, hoe. 
A SooTE, of things, y«»u«,tfm,^. 

HiBEFOOTE, herb, lagopus, i. 
to FooTE, gressus ponere. 
to FooTE a stoole, pedem add^e. 
to MooTE, arguers, mauirs dubia. 
to BooTE, radices ponSre. 
to Ykboote, sradicars. 
to Stoote, stutte, titubars. 
to Wbootb, verUrs, depopulari. 
to Shoote, sagittare. 

In oothe. 
A Booths, stall, tentorium, i. 
y Soothe, Veritas, atis, hae. 
A Tooths, dens, entis, hie. 
Skothe, poUtus, a. 

ante V. 
In cue. 
A Dboub, agmen, inis, hoe. 



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A Oroux, arhoritum, i. 

Olottxs, spice, gwryophiUi^ 
to Eoxm, robbe, rwphre. 
to EoxTX about, 9rrm'$i vagari. 

In ooue. 

A DooiTEy columhui, a, a. 
A Glooue, ohirotica, a. 

LooTTSy amoTf orUy hie. 
to LoovB, amare, dUigere. 
to MooTTSy mou^e, [tatto. 

A DisPBOoxTE, improhatioy eouju- 
A FoxGLOOXTX, HgitalU, u, hoe. 
to DisPBooxTE, improhare, ecnjutare. 
to Rekooxte, remaudre, migrare, 
to BspBoouB, rsprobare. 

Aboub, Mf^dy iupmus. 

Note that one can not be written ow», 
for the cauBes recited in the termination 
and, looke there. 

ante W. 
In owe. 

A BowB, arouBf ta, AiV. 

A Bbowe, 9up&rciUumf i. 

A CowE, t^a(7(ra, a. 

A Cbows, eomixy ids, hoe, 

A Fbowe, f;;ror, matnma^ a. 

A ScEowSy «^<2ei, «. 

A Bhrowe, praua muUmr. 

y Skowx, nix, iuii, hoe. 

A Sows, iui, uis, hoc. 

A Thbows, iaetus, us. 

TowE, $tt4pa, a. 
A YowEy votum, iurammhaa. 
to Glowe, burne, as the eare, Jlam' 

mes6&$, ardire. 
to Geowb, oresekre, 
to Kkowb, cognoscere, 
to Lowe, hocire. 
to Mows, moudre labia. 
to Owe, debire, 
to BowE, remigare, 
to Snowe, ning&r$. 

to SOWE, «W^d. 

to Tbowe, existimars. 

to TOWE, I^OM^. 



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to WowE, proeate, amiir0. 

Lows, humilis, e. 

Slows, tardus, a, piger, a. 

Howe, guomoddf quif 

NowE, nunc, iam. 
AnAsowB, sagitta, a. 
A Babbowe, vehiculum, firStrum. 
A Bblowe, foUis, is, hie. 
A Felowe, soeius, a, eamss. 
A BoBow, pledge, vas, adis, hie, 

ohses. 
A CtJoEowx, eoeix, eueuluf. 
y CocEBOW, gaUi oantus, us. 
An^LBOWB, cubitus, i. 

FtsowB, mucor, 6ris, hie. 
A FoBESHowE, prahtdium, i. 
A FthtBowE, sfdcus, i. 
y GlLLowBB, crux, iteis, hoc. 

TlLOWB, aruina seuum, i. 
AnHlBOWE, peeten, inis, hoc. 

MlBOWE, medulla, <b. 
A SpiBow, bird, passer, his, hie. 
AnH^BLESHOWE, tumuUus, us. 

HiBBOBowB, hospitium, i. 
A MlLOWE, mahta, a. 

Falow, land, aruum, i. 
A SwALOWX, hirundo, iniSy hme. 
A HinowE, pratum, i. 
A M^owE, fish, mena, a. 
y« M6bowe, aurora, a, 

S6bowe, dolor, oris, hie. 
A WfLLOwE, salix, ids, hme. 
A Pillows, puluinar, arts, hoe. 
A SlLowE tr^, salix, ids, hme. 
A ShXdowe, tmhra, a. 
A "WfwnowE, fenestra, a. 

YlBOWE, herb, tnillefoUum, t. 
to BEsr6wE, conferre, imperHre. 
to Beshbowe, imprecari. 
to Bobowe, tnutuari. 
to SoBows, doUre, mouM. 
to FoLOWB, sequi. 
to Fi^BBOws, suleare, 
to FoBESLOWB, neglighe, omitiere. 
to FoBEEVOws, prasdre, agnosekre. 
to FoBBSHOWE, pradicsre. 
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to Kalowe, land, ixira/r9, 
to Basowb, irUurar0. 
to Habowe, oeeare. 
to Fa&ows, iuem parhre, 
to OuEEFLOWB, proUrmtHere. 
to OiJEBSiBOWB, 9up0rBtemir$. 
to Ottbbflowb, mperflukre. 
to OiTEEGBOWE, BupercTMcere. 
to OusBTHBowE, euertkr$. 
to Bhadowe, ohmbra/re. 
to SWALOWE, degltUire. 
to "Walowe, volutare. 

HoLowE, eauuBy a, 

Nabbowe, angustuSy a» 

To MOBOWE, ordtSy eroitink, 

YtjjowRy JlauiMy a. 

Seeke other in on, hailing consonantes 
after them, in theyr places, as, ou ante b, 
on ante c, on ante d, &c., for on is a 
letter oomponnded, that is a Diphthonge 
Towell, and hathe his place in the Alpha- 
bete order afore the consonantes, and is 
the last of the same in this booke. 

V ante B. 
In abbe. 
A CtJBBB, vulpecula, a. 

A ChTTByJUStMy %9y h%c, 

A Chttbbe, bruseum, f . 

A IiTBBB, eantharusy scyphuiy i, 

A KsxrBBE, hruseumy eUlum. 

A Shbttbbe, vihumumf virguUum. 

A SinjBBE, eorreptio. 

A Stubbb, ttipesy Ui»y hie, 

A TuBBE, doUimy Idbrum. 

A Tbttlubttbbe, aulicoday a. 

Belzebub, a denily heehebub, 
to Dttb the house, exomarey ptUare, 
to DxTBBE a cocke, coronare, 
to DuBBE a knight, deewriar$. 
to "BiTrBSEy Jri€ar$, 
to Snubbs, arguh'ey eulpare. 

In ubble. 

A Btjbblb, hMoy a. 

Bxtbblb, rudui, ^tm, hoe* 
Stubble, $iip%tla^ aruta, a. 



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to Bubble, buUire, btbUre. 
to Bubble, dupUeare. 

DxTBBLE, duplexy ids, geminxiB, 

Soluble, sohittlia, $. 

V ante C. 
/9k nee. 

A Cbuce, eherohma^ a, poeulum 
auritum. 

A Luce, fish, lupus fluuiaUe. 

A Sluce, emisaorium, t, 
Tbuce, fcBdu8, erisy hoc, 
Spbuge, corium pumieatum. 
lucE of herbes, sueeus, t . 

to Ikduce, inducire. 

to Reduce, reducere. 

to Seduce, seduchre. 

In act. 
to IiroucT, indueh'e. 
to Ihstbuct, instruhe, 
to IiTTBODUCT, tntroducire, 
AnlNTBODUci, tntroductio, om$. 

In ache. 

HucHE, muUu8y 0, 

SUCHE, toHSf 0. 
A Gbutche, graUuSy i. 
to TuTCHE, tangle, 
A EuKUCHE, eunuehuif t, hie. 

In acre. 
LucBE, lucrum, i. 
to LucBE, luorari* 

V ante D. 

In adde. 

A BuDDE, gertneny imty hoe. 
J* GuDDE, rum&ny «nt>, hoc. 
A "FuTDBii, flumen, inisy hoc. 

KuDDE, limus, i. 
A Studde, buUay «, bacea, a. 

Cbuddes, eoaguhtmy i. 
to Gbudde, eoagviar: 
to Chawb oudds, rymiiMere. 



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to SouDDBy euTHtars. 

to SiuDDBy laceia amare, g$minar$. 

In ndge. 

A DBUDeE, mancipium^ vema, 

A IvDes, iudex, teis^ hie, 

A Gbudgb, munnuratio. 

Jl OBi7i>GEof8icknieB8e,|?ri8My«Mm| 

A SHTDes, parens, a. 
to Gbttdob, murmurare. 
to IxTDOBy iudieare, 

to FOBIXTDOB, O^UMlll^ar^. 

to F6BBiin)eBy praiudieare. 
to AnithMBy adiudieare. 

In nde. 

AnrKTBBLTTDBy comcedta, fahda, a. 
Jl Mth.TiTui>E, multitudo, emtuB^ us. 

MlGNiruDE, magnitudo. 

Fb6mptitui)b, promptitudo, 
A SDauTUDByMfni/t^tM^OyiMirakii. 
to AxLtbB, dUMdhre. 
to I>BLth>By mocke, dehndkre. 
to ExoLUDB, exek4dh^e. 
to CoKCLtbB, eoneludh'e, 
to ExTBth)E, extrtMre. 
to Illudb, mocke, iUudhre. 
to SBOLth)E, seelud^re. 

Bth>By riM^, «. 

V anteF. 
/n nffe. 

A BiTFFB, ittiaAMy i. 

BuFFB, lether, ofo^ bouinaeeaf 

hubaUcea. 
A CuTFB, eolaphus, t. 
A PuPFB of wind, flatus^ ub. 
Jl Buffb, flsh, m^MfitirtM, f . 
y« Bttffb of a shirt, timts, ub. 
7* BvTTB of a honae, euknen, inis, 

hoe. 
y« Bote of a candle, finale, is, hoe. 
A SiojFFB, argutia, a. 
A TuFFB, or bush, dunUtum, %. 
A Tttffb of haires, erinitum, i. 



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A TuFCB, idem. 

Sttttfb, res, supellex, eetiUs. 
to CuFFE, eolaphvuMre. 
to '2jj¥¥e, flare. 
to Snuffs, naemn suspendhre. 
to Stttffb, suffereire, 

DAJgRtivE, Jurfures, rum. 

In iiffle. 

A "MjirrLR, foeale, is, hoe. 

A Mvfflb ibr a dog, fistella, es. 

to KuFFLB the face, velare. 

to KuFFLB y« mouth, o^^t^or^. 

to BuFFLB tiie heare, disturhare. 

to BuFFLB, as roisters, magnifiee 

quassari. 
to Shuffle cardes, eonfmdere. 

V ante G. 
/n ugge. 

A BuGOE, spectrum, larua, a. 

A luooE, poeuikm, i. 

A KuGOB, potte, oUtda, a. 

J* TuoGEs of a cart, traha, arum, 

to HuGGE, horresek^. 

to ScuGGE, nausire. 

to LuGGE, trah^e, veUkre, 

to TuGGB, idem. 

In ngle. 

A Bugle, hubahu, i. 

A Bugle, home, eomieinium, ». 

to luGGLE, ineantare. 

In ngne. 

to Ikf^gkb, imptignare. 
to BBPtSoKB, repugnare. 
to PBOPt^GKB, propugnare. 

V ante K. 

/n ncke. 

A BucBE, ifoma, a, hie. 
A DuoKB, a»a«, aiis, hie. 
LucKB, fortuna, a, omen. 

MUOKE, /l7l««, «. 



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y« SucKE of a plow, v&nter, ^m, htc. 
to PLUcicEy veJUre. 
to SucicEy 9ugir0. 

In uokle. 
A BvoKLB, JlMa, a. 
y^ KvcKLBBCiirB,eompendix,ie%s^hae. 
A Tbitgklb bed, oubikf m, hoe. 
to BiroKix, ^idare. 
to Bttckle him, parare m. 

Hoinr suoxLB, loemta^ <9, i^arf- 
eUmeoum, u 

y ante L. 

/n hL 

A Bull, tauruSf t . 

A QuLL, bird, pltUaUa, a, platea. 

AnHiTL for hogs, poreile^ tit, Aoo. 

MxjL, ruduSf hri$, hie. 
A ScuL, ealua, ^ ealuittuoLf t . 
A Tbttl, trosiula, a. 

DxTL, hahes, itis, tarioBf a. 

FiTL, plenu8f a. 
A OoirsuL, coruulf uUs, hie. 
AnHliirDFUL, fnanipuiusy i. [a, 

BisHFUL, itupidusy a, v&reenniui, 

BlI SFUL, hei^f 0, /b/m?. 

ClBiFUL, eurioiWf wttieituif a. 

Gh^abbful, hilariSf e. 

GoMFORTFUL, eonsolohunduif a. 

F^ABFUL, timiduSf a. 

DotbxFUL, dubiui^ a. 

'FlTTEFUL^Jldus, a,Jideli8, e. 

F^ASTFUL, featiuuB^ a. 

GrXtsful, gratuB^ a. 

HIteful, inuidiosusy a. 

Healthful, ineohmis^ e. 

LAWFUL, le^timus, a. 

Awful, utM^^rtif, a. 

MiJVFUL, viriliif e. 

KiBCiFUL, miB&rieore. 

MisDEFUL, meritoriuif a. 

Keedeful, indiffnus, a. 

Sp£edeful, mo^uriM, expedihu. 

MfKBFULL, memor, dm. 

NofFUL, noeiuusy a. 



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PimFUL, piuif a, miserieore. 
SciTHEFUL, damno9U9f a. 
Skilful, p&ritui^ artifex. 
WILFUL, ejffraniif UemiioiUB, a, 

incontinena. 
SpfTEFUL, infestui, a. 
Sp6£tful, ioeoBuSf a. 
Thajhcful, grahUy a. [mm. 
y 9BA8HFUL, impudieuB^ imp&reul' 
yvBihrnFUL, infarmiif indeeorua. 
yiTBLAKEFUL, incu^poHUa, 0. 
yKSHAHEFUL, impudieu8f a, 
yNi>6uBTFUL, induhitahiliaj $. 
yNFATTHFUL, infidelis, e, qpii- 

tu$y a. 
yiroHtABFUL, iniueundusy a. 
yvFEABFUL, intrepidm^ a. 
yKFBUiEFUL, inutiUSf steriliSf e. 
yNH^EDFUL, ineautusy a. 
yirspiEDFUL, inexpeditui, a. 
YvB^BTFULf innoeuuSf a. 
yNLAWFUL, UUgitimuBy a. 
YmitBcrruLj immia&rieon. 
yindHDFUL, immemor, dris. 
yKPATNFUL, f mmo^M^ tn^Jm^. 
yireBATEFUL, ingnttuB, a. 

yNHAIEFULL, WOII f IMIuftM, a. 

yirsKiLFULL, imperitu9j a. 

yKwiLFULL, mieerUiaaua, eonti- 
nena. 

yKTHAHXFULL, tftgroiua, a. 

Wa^ siFULL, diapendiaeuif a. 

yirwAf STFUL, frtigaUa, e. 

'W6FUL, wkM^ttf , a. 

yirw6FUL, indolens. 
There bee alw) many other which end 
in ftill, heere omitted, whoee Latine doth 
end in onu, miut, /m, or in dtu: thew 
ye may form onte of snhetantinea, as we 
also Mnrde of them that ende in ic, when 
ye will : and ther signifie plentie, or 
much of that which the sahetantiae be- 
tokeneth, as, 

In 09u$. 
Bewtiful, deeoruSf finrnoiua^ a. 
Deceiptful, in8idioiU9f a. 
DiSBAfvFUL, faatidioawj a. 
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DiimFUL, offiei&iuSf a. 
DispfrBFUL, inuidioiuSf a. 
FoES^TFUL, oUimo9u$y a. 
FBtiiTVUL, Jrudu&9U8, a. 
UlTSFUL, tnuidiosuSf a. 
HfBKFUL, tadio9U9^ a. 
FlTirrxTL, lahori09u$^ a. 
PLiiniFUL, oopumuy a. 
ShImeful, o<mtumelio9U9^ a. 
Slowthful, dei%dioiu$, a. 
WrXthful, iracwului, a. 
"W'b6koful, iniwrtoiuip a. 

In lis. 

ThtiEDFUL, harfibUis^ $. 
Beps6cbeful, r&prehmnUlia, 
SooBHFUL, ridieuhu, a. 
WoirDBBTUL, miraiiliif 4. 

In dui. 

BiwTHFUL, doindutf a. 
W6]n>SBFnL, mirandii$f a. 

In Hike. 

y« Btjlxb, thorax^ det$, hie. 
AnHxTLKE, i^A}^, a. 

In nlfe. 
A QiTLFEy gurffetf Uis^ hie. 
A VuLiB, lupus, i. 

In nlae. 
PuLSB, UgufiMHy Inisy hoe. 
Dulse, 8w6ete, duhis, e. 
A RsFtiLSE, rejmlsa, es. 

In nlte. 

A TthniLTEy tumultuSf us, hie. 
• DiFFicuLTE, diffleiUs, e. 
to Ext^LTE, exultare. 
to TthnTLTEy tumultuare. 
to Bbsuiox, resuUare. 

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/n nm. 
Bxjx, drinke, j^o^tM, ut. 



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y« BxTK of a pipe, oUfmgafisMa. 

A Cbt71C| miea, es. 

to Gbitic, «n»n«^tf, mic0iir$. 

DxTMBE, mutus, a. 
to CuK, venire, aeeed^e. 

In tune. 

YvwRfJumus, i. 

Spuxb, fome, spuma, m. 
7« Bpuicb of lead, mol^hditu, itis, 
hoe. [hoe. 

y« Spume of syluer, eirgffrUis, itis, 
to Fume, as fire, Jumare. 
to Fume, freat, Jremire. 

Alume, alumen, inis. 
AnAposTUME, rumen^um^ t. 
to FBBFtJME, yWw^ar*. 
to FsEsthcE, prasumkre. 
to BsstrME, resum^e. 

In nmbte. 

to Fumble, haJhuiire. 

to Bumble, strepifwre, toniUre. 

Humble, humilis, e. 
to KuMBLB, mtfnmirar^. 

V ante N. 

/n nnne. 

A BuiTNE, eroeot^rium, i. 
A GujTinB, tormentum, t . 
A NuimE, sanetimoniaUSf is. 
A TuNiTE, dolium, i. 
y« SuinsTB, to/, 6^, W^. 
to BmoTB, eurrire. 
to SHumns, deuitare. 
to SumiTB, insolare. 

DuiTNE, fuseus, a. 

SpuNinB,./iWiw, tf. 
to OuKiTE lesson, tM«M»iMr», ^^^^ > 

to FoBEBUinffE, pr^BCurr^. 

to OUSBBUKNE, Ofl^tfti^fi^. 

/ti nnche. 

A BuKGHE, hruscum, t • 

A BuiroHE of flowers, ,/I(»r^^Mm, 1. 



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A PiTKGEB, punetarium^ pugio. 
• to PmroHE, pungere. 

In uncle. 

AnYifOLEi auu$ieulu8f f, pairtffaA. 
A GisBTTVOLEy oarhuneidusy t . 

/n nngne. 

BuKeux, fimmy t . 
to BuKOTJB, sUrearare. 
to BuNOLBy %nfaMfaeir$, 

In tinke. 

Dbttitxe, ehriusy a. 
SxTinLBy mm^MM, a. 

A CuN-, Vtl^, <8. 
A Feuitt, a^»iM, tf», luBe, 
A fiRUiTTy impetus, w, 
AnHuNTy vmator, oris. 
to Gbvkt, grunnire. 
to Huirr, v^nort. 

Blttnt, obtusuSf a. 

Brttnt, adustWy a. 

In nne. 

luNB, monthe, Junius^ f . 
A PBinTE, ^?rti»um, i, jtuma , 

MiSFOBTUNEy infortunium, i. 

V ante P. 
7n nppe. 

A CuPFBy poouluM, i. 
A SuppE, iorhiUum, i. 
A TcTPFE, aries, eti$, hie. 
to SxTPFE, sorUre. 
to SuTPE, ocmars. 

Vp in composition, ad, as : to rite Tp, 
Msurg9r$, to stand vp, Mtofv, a$iwrf4r$. 
A Sf BBUPPE, apofUma, dtis, hoe. 
A SrhLRtJPPE, strapes, edis, hie. 

In upte. 
to CoBBthrs, eerrumpere. 



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to IircEBBiTPTE, iwterrumpore. 
CoBBtrpiE, ^orrupiuB, a. 

In upple. 

A ScBXTPPLE, sorupului, f . 

Supple, lentua, a. 
A CuppLE, duo, Una. 



V ante E. 

In nrre. 

A BuBBE, lappa, <e, ^^, trii^. 
A Cttbbe, eanis^ is, hie, hoe. 

Ftjbbe, peUitium, i. 
A Knttbbe, hruscumt gibhus, i. 
y« Mtjbbe, grauedo, inis, hoe. 
A Spubbe, calcar, dris, hoe. 
A Stubbe, tumultus, us, commotio. 
to Flubbe with the lyppes, labia 

promittere. 
to Fubbe, pelliculare, duplicare. 
to Spubbe, stimulare. 
to Stubbe, actiue, mouSrs. 
to Stubbe, neutre, tumultuars. 
A Mt^BMUB, murmur, ilm, Ao^. 
to BssTthtBE, mouire se. 
to iKctJBBE, ineurr^e. 
to KthtxxTB, murmur^^. 

7n nrche. 
A Chubohe, eeclesia, teniplum. 
to LuBOHB, latitare. 

In nrfe. 
y« ScuBPPofy«head,/Mr/iir«,n«fi. 
ScuBPE, itch, prurigo, inis, hoe. 
A TuBFE, eespes, itis, hie. 

In nrfle. 
CuBFLE, opsritio ignis. 
Turtle, eJUatum, orariim. 

In urge. 

Spubge, tithgmalus, i. 
to PuBGB, purgars. 
to Vboe, vrgirs. 



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In nrle. 
A Chukle, in^ratuty parous, a. 
AnHuELEy utctua, m. 
to CuBLE, erispare, 
to HuBLE, iactare. 

In nrke. 

A TuBKB, Turea, a, hie. 
to LiTBKB, Mitare. 

In nme. 

A Chubjxir, fideluif a, 

TusvB, vieimtudOf cutsub, us, 
to BuxNE, vrh's, incmdhe. 
to BuBNE, sore, ard^e. 
to CHUBinEy hUyrum ereare, 
to Spubhe, ealcitrare, 
to TuBNE, vsrUrs. 
to OuEBTUBFE, eusrUrs, 
to Retuilrb, reuertire. 

SruBBTTBinSy pertinaXf acts. 

In vrpe. 
to Chubfs, pipilare. 
to VsxmPE, t^w^^tf. 
PuKPLB, purpurea, a. 

In tunse. 
A BxTBSB, hursa, a. 
A OuBSE, maledictio, anathema. 
A NuBSE, nutrtx, ids, hae. 
A PuBSE, inar««p«iimy t. 
to BiTBaE, imhursare, repanere. 
to CuBSE, male dicere. 
to NxTBSE, nutrire, edueare. 

to PUBSE, looke BUBSE. 

A PicEPTTBSE, manticularius, a, 
A OthrxTSSE, tit^m, saeeularius. 
to AodhtsE, «^(;ommunfi00fv. 
to BiSFi^BSE, expendire. 
to DisBthLSE, «<^, insum^e. 
to VwBtJBSE and Vnpubse, »(fo»i. 

/n urt. 
A HiTBTy nocumentum, i. 
to HuitT, nocire, kedere, 
HxTBT, lasus, a. 



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In uiUe. 
A TuBTLE, turtur, iiris, hie. 
to Chxtbtle, pipilare. 

In ore. 

A Cubs, eura, a, offleium. 
to Cube, curare. 

PuBE, purus, a. 

SuBE, (w^tM, a, solidus, a. 
A Ob£atube, ^M^t^a, a. 
A PBrruBE, firitilla, a. 
A CoNiicruBB, coniectura, a. 
A CoNF^CTUBE, confectio, dnis. 

Ikcobpobaiubs, inearporatio, 
onis. 
A Cothrc£RMiJBS,jt)romt^aZ0,ii9,^. 
A Dex^aktbe, gestus, us. 
A DisPLiASUBE, malefieium, i. 
A DefIbtube, decessio, ahitio. 

A DlSC01CE£TTUBE,iM«M;^«b, «U^i0. 

A Fbstubs, penna, us, festuea, a. 
A GisTUBE, gestus, us. 
A y^sTUBEy vestitus, us. 
AnAnriNTUBE, fortuna, casus, 

euentuB. 
A IimisTUBE, syngraphum, i. 
A lof KCTUBE, iunetura, es. 

LlTSTTBE, o^ftfm, i. 
A IUysubb, not<a(^, «. 
A L^CTUBE, leetura, m. 
A MiAsuBE, mensura, a. 
A Mf ZTUBE, mixtura, a. 
A MisADuiiniTBE, infortunium, i. 
A Clotstube, (^/attf^rnwi, t . 

MoTSTUBBy humiditas. 

NiTUBE, natura, m. 
A StItube, statura, €B. 

NuBTUBS, ciuilitas, atis. 

A PiSTUBE, J?M(^tltfl», f . 

A PforuBE, pictura, a. 

Pl^asubb, heneficium, i. 

TBtAsuBE, thesaurus, i. 

PoBTBATUBE, pictufa, a. 
A PoBTUBE, idem, effigies, d. 
A Pb^ssube, pressarium, i. 
A Db£s8Ube, mensa structaria. 

ScBiPTUBE, seriptura, (B. 



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A T&MFKSATUBE, Umperommtum. 

A "EbisjFsnmEf fdUonia^ a, 

to Aas&RRf ueurumfacire. 

to Ess6bx, idem. 

to Aj>T6REf adiurare. 

to Iin)t}BB, durare. 

to AnuiNTUBE, p&nehtari. 

to CoKiUBB, Mmuirar^. 

to GisruBX, gettieulari. 

to M^ASUBSy mMMtfTor^. 

to KoTsruBB, humectare. 

to Nt^BTUBB, nuMre, edueare, 

to PlsTUBB, piue^e. 

to PLfiAsnsB, gratifieairi. 

to P6BTUBB, pingh'e. 

to PBocrisE, procurare, 

to put in Ybs, tn im«i» ^roMr^. 

DEMt^BE, jmdicu$f a. 

iKFthtBy impumsj a. 

OBSct^BE, obacuruSf a. 

SBothiB, $ecuru8f «. 

Yirst^BE, f fk^^rfw, a. 

y ante 8. 

/n luse. 

A Tbttosb, ioreinaf a. 

to Tbussb, iorcinare, 

to D18CU86E, diseuUre. 

A Tbitsse for hose, «^v*7, IM, hie. 

In nahe. 

A Sbubhb, vmresy is, hoe. 

A BiTSHE, dvmStum, i, 

7« Bush <^ the had, «<MarM9|0Mia|«. 

A TjjsHEy pueMa, a. 

A Thbvshe, turdui, i. 

A Tush of bryers, vipritum. 

A TusHE of heyresy erindtum, 

A TusHE of thomes, dumitum. 

A TusHE of trees, arhardtum. 

TusHE, vah, hui. 
to Blushe, erubeeeh'e, 
to Bbushe, verrkre. 

to FLUSHEy^/ftftf^tf. 

to GusHE out, efflU&B, pn^nmpere. 
to FuBHEy pellere, tund^. 



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/n nske. 
A BusBEy idem, quod Bushb and 

TusHE. 
y* HusKE of come, elufna, a. 
A LusKE, lubber, mere, ertis. 

ICusBXE, mosehum, i. 
A TusxE, dms exartus. 

In nskle. 
A MusxLE, concha, a. 
to BusKLE, pandictUari. 
to KusiLE, strcphre. 

In nste. 
A Bbusib, 9cta, a. 

DuscB, puluis, Ms, hie. 
A Cbusie, crustum, i. 
A Fluste, flustrum, i. 

LusiE, libido, inis, hie. 

BusiE, eruffo, inis, hoc. 

Trvsts, JIducia, a. 
to Gbustb, crusiare. 
to HusTE, silire. 
to LuscE, concupiseSre. 
to MusTB, oportdre, dehdre. 
to RusiE, rubi^nare. 
to Tbusie,.^^^, eonjtddre. 
to Thbusib, pellere, trudere. 

luSTE, fttf^, 0, <8^t», a. 
A I160U8TE, loeusta, a, 

MisrcBtSsTE, dijidentia, a. 
to MiBTBtkrE, diffiddre. 

YmiffrE, iniustus, a. 

AntSsiE, adustus, a. 

In use. 

A Cbuse, cantharus, i. 

YsE, usus, us, ritus, us. 
j^ MxrsE, musa, a. 
to Muse, mirari, meditari. 
to VsE, uH, fungi. 
AnAstisE, o^tMtM, tM. 

BistisE, desuetudMs. 
An J^xctfsE, excusatio, onis. 
A MTsHhn, ahusus, us. 
y« EefAse, repudium, i. 
to ABtisE, O^K 



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to Knnlhiy tdtm. 
to DistfsE, desue$e^. 
to ExcfisB, exetuare. 
to Aoct^sx, aocu$ttr0. 
to Iirct^sBi inou$ar0, 
to TiERtvEf peru^ 
to BxFt^sB, recusars. 

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/n ntte. 



A SuTTEy yessel, otm, a. 
A Butte of land, iu^erum, t. 
A Butte to ahote at» wteta, 

Butte, «m^, vemm, ai, 
A GuTTE, itUMtinum^ i. 
A NUTTE, niM?, ^Im, h<BO, 
A Sluttb, sordida, ipiiamemi. 
to Butte, adioeSre. 

to OUTTE, MMr«. 

to PuTTE, pon&re. 

to Shutte, claud^r$. 

to Stutte, Uiubar$. 

A CHisNUTTE, castansa, «. 

A GtrLTouTTE, A^/iio, onwy M^. 
HiXTBUTTE, fish, iMPi^rtiia, «• 
TuBBUTTB, fish, ehalchiSf rhanp- 
&as, f . 

A WiiJruTTE, nu^lam, anii$^ hoc. 

In ntche. 

A Cbutohe, grdUu9y %. 
AnHuTCHE, theiourarium, t. 
DuTCHE, Teui(mi€U8, a, 

Seeke the othen in yeha. 
In nttle. 

A Scuttle, iportida^ a. 
A Shuttle, radiuiy i. 

In nte. 
A Brute, beast, bruiump t . 
A Bbute, rumor, fimOj m, 
Jl Flute, ati/tM, t . 
FxuTE, fruetui, U8. 

A LXTTE, W^i^MI, f . 



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A ICuTB, letter, muiOf m. 

to Beuitb, pr(mulgm'$. 

to Lute, cytii0nMar$. 

to TuTE in a home, eonmmkrs. 

A CiBcurEi, oireuitui^ U9. 

A D£fute, iJtfpM^o^, f . 

AniKBTiTUXE, imtituiMm^ i. 

A MfiiruTE, mtfitf^m, i. 

A St^BSTiTUTE, $uh$UMm^ u 

A Tbibxtte, ^n^^tittti $. 

to DEPtiTE, deputare. 

to Ixpthx, imputare, 

to Execute, exequi, pm'^mr0^ 

to DisTBiBUTE, d%9tr%Mr$. 

to Constitute, ^wm^i^u^. 

to rKSTiTUTE, institute. 

to RESTITUTE, restituire, 

to PiBSEOUTE, J9^«^». 

to Pboseoute, proieqm. 
to P6LLUTE, poUuh'e. 
to Pb6looute, proloqui* 
to REPtiTE, r<;;9u^«. 
to SALthx, »<dutar$, 
to SoLthx, 9olu&rk. 
to StiBSTiTUTE, BubitUuhre^ 

to TBDlthlE, ^n^tMftf. 

to CONTBIBUTE, 0<>M^rt2lMrtf. 

Absolute, absohdus, a. 
Dissolute, di$9olutus, a, 

/n aye desinentia. 
/n ay. 
A Day, <f $««, m*. 

To DlT, MW. 

To k6bow, eras. 
YisTEBDAT, A<ri. 
EuEBTPATf quoHdik, 
CluB DAT, o^m, aHquofuU. 
H£t bat, mmu?. 
Hot day, idem. 
WsL ABAT, Ami, Jm. 
Wel awIt, fiinn, dispmij. 
AlwIt, semper. 
Away, ad, a. 

HawXy, tfAo^uai, ^t^ «to f 
PABTiT, mediue/d&us. 



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AsteXt, adiec. ibtHtw, «. 

AstrXt, adaerby ^rroiiM. 

Whaiwat, qudf qwmoddf 

SoMXWAT, aUqud. 

Thu WAT, hde^ hoe mcdo. 

Thai w at, utke, tsto moio. 

Y6NnEBif AT, iUdOf iUo moio. 

£x7EBTWAT, omni modOf fuami. 

NowAT, nuUo modo. 

Out 07 THE WAT, deuiui, «. 

BieHT WAT, recia. 

Ant WAT, quauis, utto modo. 

NXTTHER WAT, flOtUrd. 

Lbast AifTT WAT, noqnd. 
to TouBNAT, ha8tis ooneutriro. 
to I6T7BirAT, ttinorariy ttorfaoore. 
to DisoBi^, tnobedire. 
to DisiCAT, stupefaeh'e. 
to Yndxblat, MQi^pofMr^. 
to OuEBLAT, 9uperpon^0. 
to OuiBWSTO^ wp0nMr$. 

Ay ante D. 
/n ayd. 

Atd, auxtlium, pratidium. 
A B&ATDS, impetus^ Wy vm. 
A Katde, virpOf inM, Aia^. 
A Matp eeraaant, anciOa, m. 
An A BRA TP, tin|M^ttf, ub. 
AnHAKDXATD, aneiOa, a. 
A Kabkmatd, «yrm, ^if, A^0«. 
to Abbayd, irrudre. 
to Ykbeatp, $xprohrar$. 

Satd, ilti^ttf, a. 

Latd, positua, a. 

YvaATB, non dicim^ a. 

YvLATB, nonpoiitus, a. 

/n ayge. 
A Gatob, pignui, dm, ^* 

Watoe, meroei, idis^ hoc, »tu 

pendfum. 
Eatge, ^ror, Ma^ hie. 
to Gatge, pignorare. 
to Bat0b, fwthr$^ domenUra. 

to WATei, iSOM^HMTtf. 



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to Watob battail, Islhm^indioire. 

In eyghe. 
to Wet€hsb, pondorare. 
to OuEBWETOEE, ntporpondoTm^. 
to PthiTrETOHE, promddre. 

In eyght. 
Etoht, 0^. 
WETeHiy pondutf Mt, hoc. 

Ay ante K. 

In ayke. 

A Latex, play, htdtUy t. 
A Seatee, anguia, m, JUi^, 
A Bates, mndulaerum, t • 
to Lates, play, hid^$. 
to Ratee, ambularc. 

BzAYKEf Jlauuif a. 

Watee, imbecUHi, 0, 

Ay ante Ii. 
Jn ayle. 

A Batle, vttdimoniumf i. 

Fatle, dsffdus, U8. 
A YlltlRj flageUuMy i. 
A Iatlb, <70ra^, «rM, Ati^. 

Hatle, grandoj inis, hoc. 
A Natle, elauutf *. 
A Patlb, oauhUf i. 
A Patle, for mUke, muletrum^ %. 
A QuATLE, bird, ootumix^ ioti^ hoc. 
A IIatle, bird, rustteulaf a. 
A Batle, perdie, oanihormnf i. 
A BATLforawomai»,0m0^^tMi,f. 
the Batle of a pale, longului, t. 
A Satle, volum, t. 
A Seatle, Umax, aeio, hoc. 
A Tatle, eaudsxy ieisy hoe. 
A Tatle, score, crena^ a. 
A Teatle, sledde, traha^ a. 
A Yaylb, velammf ini», hoe. 
to Hatle, t^dM^MMonfor^. 
to Atle, doUr0. 
to Fatlb, <i;(/Mr^. 



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to Hatlb, grandinare. 

to Nayle, affiff^e. 

to QuATLS, defirhSre. 

to Rltle, rixarif eanmeiari. 

to Satls, nauiffore. 

to Tratle, trakkre. 

to Watlb, plang0r$^ plarare. 

A Battatle, pugnay a^ pralHtm. 

Caxatls, houeSf 6um, obu$. 

CoTTV sATLBy oonHlium^ «. 
A GouirTBETATLE, ontieopo^ a. 
An Agkatls, pUrigium^ «. 
A CuBiATLs, curtatuif a. 
y« FoBBSATLB, antsmna^ a. 
A Fboittatle, frofUale, m, AO0. 

HosiATLX, equustwn, «. 
A Merfatlb, miracuUim^ i, 
A BureTATLE, pygargw^ i. 

TbAFATUS, 2fl^, dfMy Ati9. 

A WAexATLB, motaetUOf a. 
A Wabtwatle, pUrigium^ i. 

to Afatle, pravaUre. 

to GOTTFSATLE, (^OlMti/!^^. 

to Entatlb Lmd, addic&ref adop- 

tareharsdes. 
to LffTATLE, graue, inseulph'e. 
to Mebfatle, mirari. 
to TvtsuATLR, pravaUre. 
to Tbaitatlb, lahorare. 
to TBArATLEconntrieflyjMrij^rMMri. 
to ViTATLB, ohsanari. 

Ay ante M. 
/n ayme. 
Atmb, prasagiumf t. 
A Clathe, vendicatiOf ohm. 
to Clatke, vendicare, 
to Reclatke, reclamare. 
A Maticb, mutvlatio. 
to Matice, muttlare. 

Ay ante N. 
/n ayne. 
A Bati^e, balneum, «. 
A Blatkb, pupula, m, 
y« Bratne, cerebrum, ♦. 



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A Deatve, b6e, /tf^tM, i. 

Gatitb, emolumentun^ 
A Oeatitb, granum, i. 

GRATiTESy spices, eardimonium. 
AnKATVE, v^nui, a. 

Patve, /wna, <e, <2o^. 
y« Ba-tve, phmia, a, 
A Skatite, /oro^o, inw, A^eo. 

Spatitb, Hispania, a. 
A SaxTATVE, asseda, 10. 
A Tbatve, eomitaim, us. 
A Tbatke, deceit, proditio. 
A y ATITE, r^fia, 19. 
A Watwe, pkMstrum, i. 
A Platve, planula, a. 
to BRATifE, exeerebrare. 
to TwrQiTE, JingSre. 
to Faut in singing, sueeinere. 
to Gatite, htorari, 
to Lathe, retieere, oeeuUare. 
to Mathe, mu^t^tf. 
to Patke, molestare. 

to PlATITE, ^tMTt . 

to Platke a board, jpo/tr^. 

to B.ATVE, pluh's. 

to Statke, eontaminare, imbuere, 

to Stratve, stringers, 

to SrKATifB through a doth, oo/tfr^. 

to Tbathe a ohilde, assue/aeere. 

to Watvb a childe, ahlaotare. 

to Wayke lambes, idem, depeU&re. 

Batve, buxom, promptus^ obse- 
quens, 

Fatitb, Ztf^MM, eontenius. 

Flayke, excoriatus, a. 

Platitb, ouen, planus, aquus, a, 

Platvb, manifest, apertus, luci- 
dus, a. 

Slayite, oecisus, interemptus, a. 

TWAYHE, (ftIO, €B, 0. 

Vayhe, vantM, a. 

Fayke, hherUer. 
A Baboayitb, ^a(T^m, conditio. 
A Bbittayve, Britannus, a. 
A Captayve, <fuir, <t^. 
A Chjeptaynb, primas, atis, hie. 



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A CBAPLiLTNBy Booettanus, cqpel- 
lanus, 

A CuBTATi^ eortina^ a. 

DiSDATifEy eanUmptua, us^ foB- 

tidiosus, 
DiTTATNE, herb, condris, 
Alxatne, Alemania, €e, 

A ToBAYTsn&f foriea^ a. 

A LoBATNE, fitreiffr, ♦, htc. 

A ¥otsTA.TKK, fons, antis, Me. 

A M6u]!rTAiKEy mons, ontis, Me. 

A Dagswativz, gannent, gatmpe, 
iSj hoe. 

A GiBDAYNE, Aor^tM, «, Me. 

A WlBDATNE, voUmumy i. 

A WisDBYKE, tr6e, vol&mua, i. 

A Gt^ABDAYNE, (^tM^Otf, ^tf^. 

L^GTgRDKK AYiffE, prostiffium, i. 

MoLATNE, herb, hlattarta, a. 
A SthjJLYi^ fishe, salmo paruus. 
y« Mt5sBATi9E, heSfiSyhaCy wntagio. 

PlIktatn, herb, phntagOy inU. 
A QuASiAYiTS feuer, quartana. 

A Sot}ERATGN£,J?nn(^9yWl^tf&irM. 
A ViLLATWB, i7^ma, <9. 

to BlEGATiTS, paetsct, contrahhe. 

to DifiDAiira, tpemerey fastidire. 

to Ektebtatitb, reetpere^ exeipere. 

to ExplItitb, explanare. 

to Abst^yitb, ahstifUre. 

to Ebstb^tke, retinSre. 

to Disx&AfNB, violare, maeuhre. 

to PsBTEf NE, pertinire, speetare. 

to Att£tz7e, attingere. 

to ItEitTifaE to one, Mingere ad 

dliquem. 
to MaqteIiitb, /w^tf , defmdere. 
to MAiNT^TirE house, domum eon- 

tmuare. 
to Obd^tke, ard%nar0f imtituere. 
to BefbItne, act. rejranaret eoM- 

hire, cimUnuere. 
to CowTJiTirB, eontwUref eompra* 

hendere. [tnorart. 

to EeicItive, bide, remanSrey eom- 
to EExlTir, leaue, redundare, su- 

peresse. 



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BiBBAYNE, aterelis, 0. 
C^BXATNE, sure, (^^r^tM, a. 
CiBTATiTE, some, altquis, quidam. 
F6&AYNE, extraneusy a. 
S6dayi7E, ivhituBy subetaneus, a. 
SoLATivE, mbdolus, variuSf a. 
S6usBAYGKE, cUmens, hentgnus. 
AoAfNE, rursiiSy iterum. 

In aynga 

A Chaykge, mutatio, onisy hoe. 
A Gbayngs, prediumy ». 
to Chayngb, mutare. 
to B.AYNGB abrode, diuagari. 
to Baynge a place, explorare. 

Stratnq^ peregrinm, a. 
to 81AYNCHE, sisUrey sedare. 

Agaynsie, canirdy aduersus. 

In aynte. 
A PLAYiirrE, quaremonia. 
to Paynte, pingere. 
A CoxPLAYiTTE, quoremontay a. 
A CoKSTBAYirrB, eoaetio. 
A EESiBAYirr, retentioy onie. 
to AoQXTAYirrE, aseiscere. 

QjjLTSTRy mirusy a, raruSy a. 

'EkYSTRyfesmSy a, dehiUs. 

Ay ante R. 

/» ayre. 

y« Ayes, a^, o^m, A»<?. 

AnTTATEE of hauks, hares, edisylute^ 

II Chaybb, eathedra, seUa, ae. 

A Faybs, nmidum, «'. 

A Payee, par, arte, hoe. 

A QuAYBS, quatemio, onis, Me. 

A Skayes, taqueusy %,pedica. 

A SxAYBB griece, gradusy ue, ae- 

eenmt* 
to Payee, minuere, putare. 
to Skayes, illa^ueare. 
to Stayes, aspteh^e, eontemplare. 

Faybb, pideher, a, formosue. 
AnEFFAYEB, negotium, 1, res. 



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A GoHETSB, eohareSy idiij kic. 
BisPATBX, ifi^p&ratioy ami. 
to £]CPi.TBB, peiorate, minu0r$. 
to BiePATBB, de»perar0. 
to EepatxEi rep^are* 

Ay ante S« 

In ayse. 

A Maisb of hering, quingenia, 
Jl Patsb, ponduSf ens, hoc, 
PsATflE, latUf audis, hoe* 
A Watsb, eirrui, ♦, e$iiunUu$f i. 
to Gatse, eontemplariy ipectare. 
to Patse, ponderare. 
to Pbatsb, laudare. 
to Eatgcb, excitare, esmscitarc, 

A DiSFEAtSB, t^'^tf^MTHMyi, «• 

A PoiCATSS, pumex, ieisj hie. 
to Di8PBATSS| vituperare. 
to PoiCATSB^ pumicare. 

In ayste. 

Watste, eoniumptiOy perdUio. 

^ffkiBfi of body, ^o^, My hw. 
A SwBATSis, plwtrum, •'. 
y« Watstb, einctwra, a. 
to WATSTEy O0n«tim^#. 
to Watstb in Bubstance, tahcec&re. 
to Vhatstb, torqtUre. 

Ay ante T. 

/n ayt« 

A Batt, $ica, ay illecehra. 
A Batt, refrigerium, refecHo. 
y« Batt of a beare, ursiprehum, 
y* Batt of a bul, tauri venatio, 
A Gatt or ooTE, eapra, a. 
y Piatt of 9 cote, plieay ruga, <Bi 

Platt, thin bet, lamina, a. 

Platt, Teasel, vasa eaiaia. 
y* Wattes, auladi^ orum. 
to Batt, ins$eare. 
to Batt by y« way, rgfickn. 
to Batt a beast, venarif oapiore, 
to Platt a cote, pUcm-e, rugare. 



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to Piatt a nayle, rtpUcare. 
to Batt, iurgare, expoHular$, 
to Watt for one, eapeetare. 
to Watt upon one, famUiari. 
to Watt or spie, ohwrvare, 

Decett, deetptio, faUatiay a. 
A ToBFAYTf falionia, a. 

Begett, recepta, orum. 
y« Beceit in warre, reeeptui, U8. 
A Betbeet in war, idem^ rcfiigium. 
to FoBFATT, transgredi, 
to BsiBBTTB, eedersy pedem riffrre. 

Ay ante V. 

to Watue, wag, agitare. 
to Degetue, deeipere, falUrc. 
to GoircETrs, coneiphre. 
to Pebc£tue, p$reip^. 
to BEcfiTTTE, reciplre. 

In ea desinentia. 

/n ea. 

A Flea, pulexy im, hie. 
y« Sea, marey w, Ao<j. 
to Flea, eeeidtrey necare, 
Tra, eUam, Hd, 

Ea ante C. 

In eaoe« 

A Dbaob, table, mensa, a. 
A Flbaob, f'tf/i^, eriiy hoe. 

Gbeace, ingueny aUuuiei. 
A Mbass of men, ^tM^Mor. 
A Mease of mea^ fereulumy i. 
A Lease letter, locator y dimitsor. 
y« Leasb byer, conductor , trix. 

Peace, paxy acisy hac. 
A Pbeaob of people, coii/Sr^jM^m- 
lut^ pretsura, a. 

Habtoeahe, caUhay a. 
to Lease or let leas, hcarcy di* 

mittcre. 
y« Lease, letting, locatio, dimiisio. 
J* Lease, let, locatumy dimietum. 
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to Pbeacs ypon, tnH^^e^ trruere, 
to Please, placir$. 

In eache. 

A Beaohe tr6e, faguSf t, hoc. 

A Peache apple, pomum persicum, 

A Pbache tr6e, mahu persiea. 

Sfeaohe, loquilaj sermo. 
A Esaohb, p&rretio, (mis. 

liEACHBy gelly, g$lu, eoaguhm, 
to Bleachb dothi insolafef candi- 

dar$, 
to Pbeachb, predieare, dodre. 
to Reache, porrigh'e. 
to Stbeache, exUjulire, 
to Teache, doeire, erudir$. 
AnHoBSELEAGH, man, hippairusy %. 
AnHoBSELEACHE, wonne, wngtfii- 

suga. 
to Depe^cee, absoht&re. 
to ImpsIche, ineiuarey prod^e. 
to Ouebeeache, anteum^iere, 
to MisixACHE, dedocire. 

In eade. 

Tbeacle, thmiacay <b, 
A Fbeckle, neuu%, i, 
y* Fbeckles, varioUBy arwn, 

Ea ante D. 

A BsADB, haeca, a, ealetdus. 

Bbeadb, panisy is, hac, 

PsADE, odmrny i. 
A Glbads, kjte, mHuuSy t . 
An Head, caput, itiSy hie. 

Leads, plumbum, i. 
A Meade, pratumy ti» [hie. 

Meade, drinke, pramulcii, tdisy 
A SrsAjy-ByTpiaoe, stt^yStatuiyloeus. 
to Heade, deoollare. 
to Kneads, suhigere fermentum. 
to Leads, ducdre. 
to Pleads, dic^e eausam. 
to Shbeadb, comminute. 
to Spbbads, siem^e. 
to TssAD npon, ealearc. 



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to Tbbadb, go, gressus Penh's, 

Dead, mertuus, a. 

Bead, rt^^, a, um. 
AnAssEHEAD, stupidusy harduSy a, 
A Blockhead, stupiduSy a, 
A Gbouthead, eapite, enis, hie. 
A FoKHEAD, /ron«, entis, hae. 
A GfLDHEAD, fish, scarusy ri. 
ye Gtrdlestead, cincturay a. 
A H6osE£AD, delium, i. 

Matdenhead, virginitas, atis. 

Neyohbobhead, vieinia, a, 

Ther be also many other in head and 
in hood, denned ot substantines, sigui* 
fVinff the state or decree of a man, and 
therfore may be called denominatinee: aa 

Chtldhead, pueritia, <b. 
WoKANHEAD, muliehritasy aiis. 
Godhead, numeny inisy hoe. 
Mai^beood, humanitas, dtis. 

and gnche other, the latin wherof are 
also deriaed and fonrmed lyke those that 
come of adiectinee, as the examples de- 
clare. 

to Behead, dseollare. 

EirtNHEADS, eoaqualss. 
y* Bbedth of a thing, latitude. 

In eafe. 

A IjEATEy foUumy if. 

A Sheae of come, miM^mhu, i, 

A Sheafs of arows, xxiiif etiami. 

Deaeb, surdusy da. 

DsAFE, to he, surdssesrs. 

In eagae. 
A Leaoue of peace, /m^, Sris, hoe. 
A LEAeuB or myle, milliarium. 
A Beagle, eanieula, a. 

In eake. 
y» Beakb of a bird, rostnmy i. 
A Plbaxe, matta Ugnea. 
A Fbeaxe, gigantulus, li. 
y« Weak <jf a candle, Uehnus, ni. 

to BBBAXSy^On^^. 

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to Feake into a place, tnipick'e. 

to ScBEAjQs, sereare. 

to Spbaxb, loqui, 

to WBBiLKB, vleisoif vindicare. 

A HoBNBSAf, fish, am%^ t . 

A THOJELNBEASyfishyU^yMTltimii. 

to FoBESPBAXB, pr€Bdickr$. 
to FoBSPiATB, foioinare. 

E ante L. 

/n eale. 

AnFiAT.it, anguilhy a. 
A Bbale, den, ipehmea^ a. 
A Dbalb, partio, dnu* 
MsAut, farina^ na. 
A PBALBofga»ne8,^<?.^/aMii^ifi,f. 
A Qttsaxjb, pupulay kd. 
A Seals, fishe, phoca^ le, t^tJofi 

A Seale, signet, Btgilhtm, U. 
A Teals, birde, querquediUaf a. 

YsALs, velum, ». 

Yeale, meate, vtUUina, na, 
A Wheals, pupula^ a. 
A Yeale, calfe, vitului, U. 
to Beale, hoare. 
to CisLB a house, ealare. 
to Deale, distribute. 
to FsALE, 90^#, a^0tm<2^ 
to Heals, mederi, eanare. 
to Seals, signare. 
to Steals, furari, eurrip^e. 
to SwEAL, as y« fyre, efflammare 
to WsALB, choyce, elighre. 

Leals, legittimuB, a. 
A LfTTLB DEALB, poTum^ ri. 
A Gb£at deals, multum, ti. 
byFL6oK MEALS, minutim, 
to Appeals vnto, appeUare ad, 
to AppeXl, apeaoh, aocueare. 
to RspsiLS, repdUre, reeeindkre, 
to BsuElLB, reuelaref d$Ug^e. 

In eald. 

Eald, age, iP^, o^m, hoe. 
Eald, olde age, «MfMffi, senectue. 



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y« BsALD, for wether, vmhraeuluM. 
to Beald, adijleare. 
to Beald, succonr, adumirare, pnh 
Ug&re. 

Ea ante M. 
In eame. 
A Bbamb, ^a5«, dbis, hoe. 
AnEA¥E, Tnde, auuneuku^ U. 
A Dbbaxe, eamnium, vieio, 
A Leamb of li^tning, corrueeatio. 

Fleams, ^»ui, atis^ hoc, 
A Leamb of fyre, ^, am^ hoe. 
y« LsAMS of y« son, r«^' eolares. 
A Sbamb, ^/Sm^rtb, euHtrOf a, 
A Steeame, flustrwn aqua, 
A Teams, oheane, ^a9k>, ohm, A«V. 
A Teams of cattdl, iugum^ i. 
to Dbbams, somniare, 
to Gleams come, epieiUgere. 
to Steeame, ,/7tM^uar#. 
to SwBAME, eamniare. 

Neamblb, agilis, y. 

Ea ante N. 

/n eane. 

A BEAirB,/a^a, a. 
A CHEAinB, catena, a. 
A MsAKB, vfa, modus, i, 
y* MsAKB, mediocritas, atis. 
A QuEAurs, seortum, meretrix, 
to LsAiTE, innitor, oris, 
to Means, c^^/Z^, tn^Mu^srtf. 
to WsAifs a chylde, ahlaetare, 
to Weake lambes, depeUere. 

Leans, gracilis, le. 

MsANB, medius, mediocris, e. 
to DsM^AHE, gerere se, 

Ynoleane, impurus, immuQdQB,a, 

Ea ante P. 

In eape. 

AnHsAPS, ^mtJas, i, aceruus, t. 

A Leaps, «<i/^ii«, im. 

to Cheaps, Ucitari, appreciare. 



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to Hkapb, eumular$. 
to Lbafb, sMare. 
to EsAFB, m$Ure. 

In eaple. 

A SwBAFLE, jpor^u^, a. 

Jl Stbaplb, campanile^ u^ hoc* 

A NsAFLB, teatoi paptHay a, 

Ea ante R. 

In eare. 

A BsABB, y^r^^rtmi, «• 

A BsAsSy beast, vnus, i, vr$a, a» 

A Bbtas, vtpretf 0tu, hoc, 

A DsABEy dama, m. 

AnEABB, a^r%9y i$y h^de. 

AnEABB of comey spicaf a. 

Feabb, metuSf u$. 
A FtsBB, matOi famtliaru, 4$, hie. 
A YsLYJLRf fraUty Mi, hie, 

Geabs, res, &i, hoc. 
A Mbabb, ttofptumj i. 
A Feabb, pyrum^ »'. 
A SPEABBy hoitOj m. 
A Tbabb, stiUay «, laehrymay a. . 
A "Whteb, ehoruiy r». 
A QuBAB of paper, Itb&rf ri. 
A Ybabb, annus, 4, hie. 

SsEABxa, far/ex, iei», hoe, 
to Beabb, forre, gerhre. 
to Bleabb, lippire. 
to Oeabb, earare, 
to Ohbabb, exhUarare, 
to Dbabb, hurt, moleitare, 
to Fbabs, tinUre, meMre. 
to Hbabb, arnHre. 
to Beabb, erigkre, 
to Sheabb, tmtUre. 
to SicBABE, vngire. 
to SwEABB, uiror^. 
to Teabb, laeerare. 
to Weabe on, /rr*. 
to Weabb, waste, e<mter^0. 

Cl&ebb, ehnti, a, 

Beabb, earuSf a. 

Mbabb, menUf a. 



Neebe, prcpinquus, a, 
Reabb, reeens, entis. 
Nbabe, prope. 

AnHEABB, herha, a. 

In earche. 

A Pbabche, amei, Hit, hie. 
A Seabche, inquisitio, onii. 
lo to Sbbche, inquired. 

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A Bbabdb, harha, a. 

AnHEABD of catel, grex, egi$, hie. 

A SWBABD, gladiw, «• 

A Ybabdb, virga, a. 

A Yeabd mesnre, verier. 

J* Yabd of a house, atrium, i. 

y^ Ybabd of a beast, penis, is, hie. 

A GL6BEBn, worm, lampyris, ios, 

hee. 
A Chubohteabi), eamiierium, 1. 
y« WoDTBABD, Ugnarium, i. 

There be dioen other ending in ytrd, 
names of places where thyngt grow, or 
are kept, as these that folow. 

AnHoPTABD, lupularium, t. 
y« Appletabd, pomarium, i. 
the Ftgteabd, fieitum, i. 
the SwTKTBABD, poToUs, is, hoe. 

and snche other, whose ktine, as the 
examples declare, do commonly end in 
MrUtm, ^ or in tZ0, or in s^mm, i. 

A Geabob, eareus, i. 

AnV.kvtJt^ ComeSf itis, hie. 
A Pbablb, gemma, m. 

In earme. 
A Teabxb, terminus, ni. 
A Teabxb, woord, vox, thema. 
to Teabmb, terminare. 
to Teabmb, name, nominare, voeare. 

In eame. 
Fbabhb, JiliXf ids, hie. 
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AnHEASKBi ardea^ a, 
to Eabitb, mareri. 
to liEBirs, diseh-e. 
Deahnx, diruSf ra. 

In eane. 

A CsABfis, incemieulum, U, 
to Seassi, tenUari. 

TisasEj feroXf oeU. 
to Pebsb, penitrare. 

Oldfasnb TSABSy ann% prmUrtti^ 
seeulutn priua. 

In earte. 
FsABTB, audax^ impudmi. 
MlLAFBBT, audaeului, a, 
the Earth, ierra^ m^ida^ a. 

Ea ante S. 

In ease. 

Ease, qnietnease, ociumy t. 
Ease of paynes, refri^erimm, w 
Ease of labour, remisiio^ mna, 
y* Ease or eues of a keiifle, 9U^ 
grundia^ omm* 

Look* other in Mtee. 

Pxase, ptsum, u 
i» Ease himseife, requmc^re. 
to Ease payne, mollire, 
to Ease labour, remitUre. 
to Lease, perdere. 
to Sk££Z£, st&mutare. 
to DiseXse, moleatare. 
to DispLEisE, dtsplicere. 

AnTTBAST.B, eoryluty t, hoe. 
A Westll, mustsla, a. 

In east. 

y« East, omfM, «»^w, A*;^. 
A Beast, tame, iummtum, ti. 
A Beast, wylde,/jr», ra, 
A Beast, ^^tii, animal. 
A Bbest, pectus, oris, hoc. 
A Feast, M?fM, conuiuium, i. 



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A lEAsni:,8cof[e,iocus,if$comma,ati9^ 
A Gest or story, g&sta, orum^ 
A Sm£lfeast, parasytus, u 
to Feast, eonuiuari. 
to Ieast, iocari. 

Least, adiect. mmtmiM, 0» 

Least, jHrohib. it^. 
A Leashe, lorum, i. 

In eate. 

A Feate, /<ft;t*ntM, oris, hoe. 

y« Fbets of a lute, paraMU^ orum^ 

Geate, eleetrum, i. 

HsATB, 4estus, us, edkr. 

Meate, eihus, i, esea, a. 
A Peate, eespes, itis, hie. 
A Seate, sedes, is, hoe, seUa. 

Sweats, s%idor, oris, hie. 
A Teate, vher, pofUU, m. 

Weate, kumkhtas, aiis. 

Whxate, tritieum, firumentum. 
im Eate, edere, manducare. 
to Beate, eadere, flageUare. 
to Bleate, haUure. 
to Fbeate, y^«»Mr^. 
to Heate, edlefaeere. 
to SwEATE, sudare. 
to Thbsate, minari. 
to Weate, humeetare. 
y* Escheat, fiseum, i, 
to Defeate, destitute, dedph^e. 
to Excheate, eonfiseare. 
to Entreat, inuitare, exhortari. 
to Entreat, handle, traetare. 
to Befeatb, repH$re. 

Neate, nitidus, a. 

Great, magnus, na. 

Great is also the mgne of eertayne ad- 
iectiuea, deriued of rerba called Terbab 
in ax: as 

Great eater, edax, deis. 
Great drinker, Uhax, deis. 
Great lter, msndax, deis. ' 
Great flter, Jugax, deis. 
Great speaxer, loquax, deis. 

It is also the signe of diaene other ad- 
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trotus, we cal great bellyed, bicause we 
can not wel say, full of bellyes, &c. 

Gbbat bbsstkd, pecUroius, a. 
Gbeat backed, UrgotuSf a. 
Obbat fboxed, e&ruieoius, a, 
Gbst bttttocebd, lumbo9U8f a, 
Gbeat lbooed, ttbioms, a, 
Gbeat lipped, lahtosus, a. 
And sacbe other. 

Fynally it is also the dgne of oerteine 
substantiues in o, deriued of snbetant. 

Gbeat headed, eapitor dnu, hie. 
Gbeat ch£ex£d, hueco, dnis, hie, 
Gbeat nosed, ftaw, 6n%s^ hie. 
Gbeat toothed, det^^ duM, hie. 

In eaih. 
A Bbeath, ipirihu, us, 
AhHeath, cahUtum, i. 
A Sheath, vaginay a, 
A Wbeath, drruBy ♦, eestieUtoA, i. 

Heath, herbe, erix^ ieis, hie. 
to Bbeath, spirare, respirare. 

EATH,/a<?aw, le. 

VneIthe, diffieUiiy le. 

Vheath, diffieuUer. 

Ea ante Y. 

In eaue. 

y« £rEsofaliou8e,M^yrMiM^,orMm. 

A JsKAXTRy folium, if, 

to Heaub, oHolUre^ eUuare. 

to Leaxte, reUnqu^e. 

to Rbaue, raphre. 

to Weathb, Ux^$y ordioTy itus. 

to Bsbbaub, spoUare, priuare. 

Ea ante W. • 

In eawe. 

to Bbeawe, eoquire poium. 
to HEiTWE, tinghre. 
to Teawb lether, t0rh'$j etmdire. 
to Ybawe^ ^Bitimare. 



In OY desinratia. 214 

to Teawe wax, moUire, terire. 
to Speawe, gpu^ey fxmUre. 

In oy desinentia. 

In oy. 

A Boy, puer, M*, hie. 

loT, gaudiumj i. 
y« Rot, A^^tm prineepe. 
10 A Tot, ni^a, seammay ioeui. 
I Tbot, a citie, Ihnay a. Ilium, i, 
to Clot, fame eonsumeri. 
to Not, noeire. 
to be Cot, laaeiuire, eaire. 
to loT, gaudire, latare. 

Cot, lasciuui, e», «a^. 
to Eni6t, Ao^tf, /rwt. 
to Impl6t, nauare, elahorare, 
to SuppLOT, vice fungi. 
to Destbot, destruhe. 



In oyce. 

A Chotoe, delectus, us. 

A YoTOE, election, vfltr, om, hae. 

A YoTCE in election, sujragium, ij\ 

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YoTDE, vacuus, 0, eassus. 
to YoTDE, euaeuare. 
to AuoTDE, deuitare. 

Hemobotd]&, marisea, arum. 

A CoTTE, pikolus, U. 

In oyle. 
Otle, oleum, i. 
A BoTLE, ohlongula mulier. 

SOTLE, «o/M9I, /»'. 

Spotle, spolium, prada. 
to CoTLE, sdigh'e. 
to SoTLE, violare, poO/uhre. 
to BoTLE abroade, diuagari. 
to SoTLE as a sowe, /t<^ volutare. 
A ToTLE, tVM^rwm^n^wm, ^t. 
to Spotle, spoliare. 
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BfirooTLBy pentaphilkm^ «, hoe. 

66LDF0TLX, hraeteOf a. 
A GB6uir80YLE, hypothyron^ «. 

MfLFOTLB, miUefoUum^ i, 
A Eeootle, rece99U%y us, 

T^BFOTUs, tri/oliumf ij, 

TfwFOYLE, hraetea^ a, 

Tb^fotle, trifoUumy ij. 
to DsspoTUs, deipoliare. 
to PlBBOTLE, pracoquire. 
to Itsc6TUiy reeedere. 

In ojn%. 
A GoTKE, numtima, atis, hoe. 
A FoTVE, punetut, u$. 
A LoTiTS, lumhuSt hi. 
A Pbditebs quotn, ^tm^Mt, ^n^- 

/iM, i. 

to CoTNS, eudire, signare. 
to HoYNSy h€8riref pauwre. 
to loTiTs, iungere. 
to EioiTVE, iniungere. 
to Ykiotitb, depangere. 
to BxiofiTE, vepangere. 
to ADiofnE, adiungere. 

In oynct. 

A PoTin', pricke, punctm, us. 

A PonroT, linguU^ a. 

y« Point of a knife, euspis, idis, hoe. 

A lOTNCT, fNlk^^tiray 19. 

A Iotut of body, memhmmy i. 

y« loYNT of a slraw, fUM^, <fo*. 

y« loTirr of a finger, artieulus, U. 

to loTHcr, iungere. 

to VinoTirci, disiungere. 

to PoTirr, pungere. 

to PoTirr a knife, o^^u^^. 

to PoTKT with the fynger, demon- 

strare, 
A CoTTiTTEBPOTirr, stragulum, t . 
to DiSAPPOTNTE, destitute, 

Oy ante C. 
/n oyse. 
y« loTSB of a house, trahula^ a. 
A NoTfiOB, tfoniM, i«ty strepitus. 



A Pbotse, frittUa^ m. 

A PoTBB, pondus, ertSf hoe^ 

to Chotsb, elig^e. 

to HoTSB yp, aUolUre. 

to PoTSE, pond&rare, librare. 

A ToBTOTSE, fishe, <;A^«, i^^M, Ai^. 

to Eeiotbb, latarSf restUtare^ 

In oyst* 
A FoTBi, ehyp, libuma, esx 
to FoTOT, sujferoire. 
to MoTST, humeetare. 
to BoYST, MM^e (^ne grassan. 
MoTsn, AMMtlto, <jb. 

/n oyte. 

A GoTTB, diseum, us, i. 
to CoTTB, diseum mittere. 

On ante B. 
In oubt. 
A Doubt, duhium, i. 
to Doubt, duhitaire. 

In onble. 

Tbouble, ^tir3a, <9, tribulatio. 
to Double, duplicare. 
to Tbouble, ^tir^«, r«rar«. 



On ante 0. 

In onche. 

A Bbouohs, mantle^ is, hoe, mure- 

nula. 
A Clouohs, pugnuSy ni. 
A CovcKR,eubileyis,hoeygrahhatum. 
A Pouche, saeeuius, i. 
to Couche nigh togither, oompri- 
mire. [Ure. 

to Coughs downe, eumbh^e, deeum* 
40 to ToucHE, iangere. 
to AuouoHE, asserts. 
to MoucHE, eate, mandere. 



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Xn onde. 
Bloube, sanguis, inis, hie. 
A Cloubb, nubes, is, hoc* 



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A 'FLOim>,Jfuwiui, «. 

A Shboxtdb, amieulusx^ fim^rakf is, 

to Shboxtde, t$ghr$f veiare, 

Pboxtde, 9up^hu8f ghrt^HU. 

YimtdrDS, inghrnu^ «. 

Ou ante F. 

In onfe. 

y« Horra of a hone, vngula^ a. 
A Pbouix, probaiio, trntatio. 
A DiSFsouFBy improbatio. 
to Pboufb, prepare, 
to DisPBOUFB, improbait$. 

On ante Q, 

A BouoHy ramui^ mi. 
A CHoroHy oomieukt, a, 
y« CouoHy ^tiMM, M, hoc. 
A PtouGH, ora^tfin, ♦. 
A SLoreH, exuuia, arum. 
A TsBoteH of Btone, of paper, 
qModratuB lapis; inUgra eharta, 
A TsoroH, bote, lintsTf tfis^ hoe, 

Thbough, pir. 
to PtouGH, ararSf 

Boughs, aspsr, pihsHS, a. 

Tough, t0nax. 

In on^t. 

A Bought, i^^tiM, a, ambages. 
Nought, nihUy nihilum, i. 
Thought, eogUatiOj <mis, 
Bbought, aUatus, adduetus^ a. 
Bought, emptus, a, 
Wbought, laboratus, a, 
YvTHOtiGHT, incogiiatusy a, 
VNWBOtJGHT, Hiaioraiusy a, 

7* LovGUB sot^GHT, puhumia, a. 

On ante K. 

In onke. 

A Slouix, inarSt ertis, ignarus. 
7* OouK of an opple, ear, orMSf 

hoe. 
A lotnn in warre, etpeditioj (mis. 



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A Stouke of come, strues mamptA- 

/brum, 
to DouKB, vrinare. 
to SouKB, sugSre. 

On ante L. 
In onle. 

A BouLE, globus, i. 

y BouLB of a potte, ansa^ eapuUm. 

A FouLB^ vehnores, is, hee. 

A Gk)ULB, gole, meta, a. 

A MouLB, talpa, a, 

AnOuLB, vhUay a, bubo. 

A 800ULB, rixosa muH&r, 

A SouLE, anima, a. 

j^ TouLB, eensuSf us, i. 

to BouLB, mittere ghbum. 

to OuLE, vlulare, 

to PouLB an head, tondire, 

to PouLB by bribes, depeeulari, 

to Pboule for fisbe, percontari. 

to PBOULBforricbe8,omn»aii;)pe^tf. 

to ScouLE, rixari. 

to TouLE, take, (im«tfm exigere. 
TouLB, pay, cenmm dare, soluere, 
FouLE, turpis, e,fcBdus, a. 

A SwTLBOULE, helluo, bibax. 

j^ BouLT of a doore, pessulus, i. 

A CouLT, puUus equinus. 

A BoTTLT to shoote, sagitta, a. 

AnHouLT of wood, arboritum, i. 

In onld. 

y« Could, frigus, Ms, hoe. 

Gould, aurum, i. « 
AnHouLD in war, vallum, turris. 
y* HouLD of a thing, retinaeulum. 
J* l£oTJLDof^eeBj:^,humus,i,hae. 
A ICouLD, talpa, a. 
A ScouLD, rixosa muUer. 
A FouLD, or playt, pUea, a. 
A FouLD for cattel, elausirtm, i. 
A FouLD for shepe, ouile, is, hoe. 

Could, to he, frigese^e. 
to FouLD, pUeare. 
to Mould, inkumare. 



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to SoouLDy rixari. 
to HouLD, tefUre. 

BouLD, audax, acit. 

CouLDy frigiiuBy a, 

Ottld, Mnexy antiquua, a. 

SouLD, vmdituSf a, 

ToTJLD, dictuSf a. 
An'KovBKOvjJi, Jfamilfo, a, hoc. 
A MlBTooTTLD, Calendula^ a. 
A SclFFOTTLD, theistrumj te&na, m. 
A Thb£shot7LD, lim&m, inis, hoc. 
to Vkfoxju), rephearey $xpliear$, 
to 'Wtthh6x7ld, retinire, detuUre. 

MAiriFOthJ), multipUXf ids. 

YiTBOthj), timiduSf ignauusj a. 
A Sh£efefouij>, outley is, hoe. 

There be djnen other, which ending 
in lbiild«, do ngnifle the plaoe where lome 
thing is kept : as these, 

A WoDFouLD, Ugnariumy t. 
A PiKFOULD, argustuiumy i. 
And sdohe other, whose Latine endeth in 
arum, or in tZ^ as the examples dediare 
in onne [ohm]. 

In oulne. 
to BoiTLKS, tumirey turgescire. 
STOULNXy iurreptuBy a. 

Ou ante M. 
In oome. 

A BLOTJiOBy germeny tnisy hoe, 

Bboxtms, genestay a, 
A Bbouhe, soopay a. 
A PtoTJxs, prtmum, u 
A BouMB, loeusy t, sedesy is^ 
to BuovKEy aerminare, ^fiorire^ 
to Gu>VKB,noxmeyeaperar0jro»iem, 

BxirouicB, glonoy lausy audu. 

Ou ante N. 

In oune. 

A Clounb, rusticusy a, 
A OBjovKEy corona, a. [hie, 

y« Ceowwe of the head, vertexy ids, 
A GouinB, toga,. aysagum, i. 



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A NoriTB, nomen, inii, hoc. 

A Toxnns, oppidum, i. 

to BoxTKB, parare, aeeingh'e. 

to Bboxtitb, ^yiMMfV. [(»rtf. 

to Dbowiti, iw^morgorcy aquia wiffo^ 

to Cboxtne, corona/re. 

to Fboxtne, eaperarc, 

to Pouivx spice, tundh'0, 

to EOXTNE, in tftlTMn /o^tff . 

to Soxnns, defiehre* 

to SwouHB, idemy $xta»inpati. 

OxTSEy debitm, a. 

BorvE, ledy, paraiuiy «. 

Bbouve, blacke, ater, a. 

Bjhovkb, JUscus, a. 

DorvE, deormm. 
A Fbovoitisb, pronommy inii, hoc. 

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AnOuircE, mm, a^ 
A BoxTNOB, leape, aaUus, us. 
A Boui^ob, of sound, bomhui, i. 
to PouiTGB, insculphrc. 
to Denoxtnoe, denuneiare. 
to Fbonouitce, pronutiioiare. 
to BsiroiTjrGE, r^tnu^Mr^. 

In ounche. 
A Bo^cH¥, hruBcumy i. 

In ound. 

A Bouin), UrminuSy Umesy itis. 

y« QEouOTt, telhiSy Uris, hoc. 

j^ Gbottitd of a building, solumy 

fimdamsnium, 
AnHoiTND, cams vcnaUcusy a. 
A PoTTim, lihray «, «!, pondms. 
A Soinn), sonusy i. 
A Stottiti), statioy terminuSy i. 
A "WouOT), vulnusy erisy hoe. 
to BouiTD, tertninare. 
to Fouins fundare^ 
to GBOTTim, id&my jfmdare. 
to Pouwi), ponderare. 
to Bond the nayls, putare. 
to Boxjim, rotundare^ 



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to 8oi7in>, ionare, 
to Woxmn), vtdnerare. 

Bound, Ugatu»^ deuinciuti, 

Bonn), rotmnduB^ «/ 
AnHELHonn), tneerhenu, i. 

HoBSHonn), mamhiumy t. 

MAWKowDf Mahumet^f is. 
to ExpouKB, ejpofUre* 
to CoNTouiri), conjufuhre, 
to BEDOuiTDy redundare. 

PitoFouin), profundus^ 0, 

Ymiouin), A^^, «. 

/n emit, 
A Mouirr, moiM, on^M, hie. 
to Couirr, «9iMfm<ar». 
to Mouirr, Mcendire. 
AnAccouxPTy cmnpuiuif *. 
to AcooiTicPT, rationem faeh$. 
to OuEBMonrr, trameendire, 
to BiTBMouHT, exeelUre, excedhe. 

On ante P. 

/n oupe. 

A Coups, pen, M«/a, a. 
AnHouFB, annuluSf 1, dantkuSf 1. 
A LOUFB, dlMtf, eof^fiAiM, «. 
to SOUPB, (^dMMirtf. 

to SrouPBy hwnilmre Be. 

tn onple, 
80UPLS, len;tu$,*moUi9, e. 
to SouFUB, moHire, Imire. 

CEBTAINE W0BD8 OMITTSD IK 

ante S. 
In oee. 
A Closk, JunduSf t. 
A Gloss, gloeea^ a. 
AnHoas, ealipa, a. 
A N08B, naeuSf t, 
A Pross, proea, a. 
A Boss, roea, 19. 
to CLOfls, dandle. 
to Gloss, «9M»MfitoV. 



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Closs, clausuSf «. 

Alxose, eleemoBynOj a. 

PiscLoss, vaeerrOf a. 
A Psf MBoas, vtfr&M^Min, f. 
A PthtPosE, propoBiiuMj t . 
to Dep68b, depofUre. 
to DiBCLosB, detegh^e. 
to Di8p6se, dispan^e. 
to Ekcloss, inelud^e. 
to Appofis, appofUre. 
to PthLPOfls, proponkre. 
to BspofiB, reJMre. 
to Suppoas, #tifipon^«, puiare. 

In oose. 

A BoesB, atall, ^tZ^, m, Ao^. 

A Gooas, oiiMr, ^tm, A<b<?. 

A fiooeis, boxe, ^mtm, f^, Afi^. 

On ante B. 

In onre. 

A BouBS, eandaue, is, hoe. 

A Floubb,^, orii, Am^. 

AnHousBy Aoro, la. 

A TouBB, ftim#, is, hae. 

to CouBB, ^m^^, eeeuliare. 

to TuovBM, Jior^e. 

to PouBB, fimdere. 

to SoouBB, mtmdare, poUre. 

Ous, ourea, mm^, a. 

Yous, youra, vm^, a. 
AnAnBOUBB, ttrhoritum, i. 
An HisBouBB, virdUtm/herhardium, 

HiBBOUBB, hospiiiumy i. 

XsxousB, anpMi^tira, «. 
AnAt^oousB, terehfwn, i. 
AnAttoiousB, author, oris, hie. 
AnAthrnAiouBB, senior, amUquior. 
AnAjalaaADOVit,/eeialis, lepatus, i. 
An Ath>iTOUBE, auditor, rationarius. 
A BiBBouBB, tonsor, oris, hie. 
A BiiauLJovjiBffaetiosus, a. 

BiiLLUOUBB, gestus^ us, hie. 
A CoLOUBE, eokr, dHs, hie. 

DisHOKousB, dedeeus, dris, hoe. 



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HoKOUBB, honor f drit^ Me, 
A DBiasotrBS, table, tiUnda strue- 

ioria, 
An^MPEBonuBy imperaior. 

ENBiuouBBy coiatuSf us^ opera. 
An^BSOTTBEy error ^ orie^ hie, 
A QovTt&BOJmfeonfeeeor^driiyhie. 
A FlcTOTTBE, factor^ athioeatua. 
A TiTOxna, faUax, dote. 

Fauottbe, fimor, om, Me. 
A FlTTTOUSB, /autor^ orie. 
A GfiviTouBB, genitor, oris. 
j^ OtsnoTJSESf teetieuU^ orum. 
AnLraufsiTOUBB, inquieitor^ orie. 

LlBOTTBEy labor, oris, Me, 
A LicHOTTBEy mcfehus, «. 

LiQiTOTTBEy Uquor, orUf Me. 
A MlKOUBB, pradum^ u 
A M^BBOUBS, epeeulum, i. 
A KsreHBouBBy vieinus^ proptn- 

qtme. 
AnC/iBLLTovEEf orotor^ oriSf Me. 
A PiBAMouBE, amaeiua, %. 
A PlBLouBE, eonelaue, etmaeuJum. 
A SluioTTBEy eeruator, ioluator. 
A SiKATOTJBE, ienaior, orii. 

BttooouBB, auxihumt praeidium. 
A Sqdioubb, miksy itte, heUator. 
A TlBOUBSy tympanum, %. 
A VlPOTTBE, v<^^y 6rie, Me. 
A YisoxjBE, larua, a. 
to CoLouBB, eolorare, ttngere. 
to Deflowbb, vieiarej vtolarex 
to Beuoubb, deuorare. 
to H6iroT7BE, honorare. . 
to Di8h6koi7BE, <Mofiorartf. 
to Ein)Eu6i7BE, eonarif nU%. 
to VkvovBB, fauere. 
to Laboitbe, laborare. 
to Sauottbe, sapere. 
to SuocouBS, •tioetifrartf. 
to YiPOTTBEy euaporare. 

EzTEBioTTBB, extortor, or%9. 

Iktebioube, interior^ oru. 

SuFEBiouBB, superior^ orii. 

LmBiouBE, inferior f oris. 
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for lolaiider, deogeoure ror danger, piint- 
onre tar printer, teachoure for teacher, 
redoore for reder, fto. 

Some alio eare for er, aa doetoure for 
doctor, proctoare for proctor, lenioQre fur 
aeaior, nmioar for ioaior, Ac 

Wherfore if any be here not expreased, 
aeeke them in one of the other, and thon 
ahalt finde it, or aome rale how to knowe 
it and deriae it, if it bee anch 1 jke. 

/n onrdL 

A BouBB, eeommaf itis^ ioem. 
ye GovBD of mflke, eoaguhim^ i. 
A (}ox7Bi>, herbe, eueurMa, a. 
A GouBS, cup, eaiiXf iei$, Me. 
A TooBB, 9tereu$fOrie,hpe,merdaj4t. 
to BoxTBB, ioeari, eeommari. 
to CoxTB as milke, eoagulare, ri. 

In ouige. 

A SoouBOE, JlageUum, naruuif i. 
A 80UBOB of j^ aea, Jhe^, us, 

Jktetrum, i. 
to BoouBB^ JIageUare. 
to ^XTBB^ Jiuetuare. 

In onrne. 

to MoTTBviE, Uigire. 
to Adioubue, eomperendinare. 
to Adovbke, adomare, exomare. 
to BEioiTBirB, eommorari. 

In eiUBe. 

A CouBSB, ewreue, ut, Hadium, i. 
AnEiTTEBGOUBfiB, eommertium^ i. 
A CoKoovBsp, eoneureus^ mi. 
A Ebcoubsb, reeureue, ut. 
to CoiTBas, eureitare. 

CoxTBSB, vHie, ey groeeui, a. 

On ante .8. 

In ouae. 

A Cbousb, ekereheeia. 
An House, domme^ m, hoe. 
A Louse, pedieuhUf i, Me. 
A Mouse, wmuj htm, Me. 



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A Spouai^ iptnuuif a. 
to BousoB, captare p^icuhs. 
to LorsB, lofle, solute. 
to JEtoxjsB a deare, dustrare, 
to 8POI78S, desp<m9are, 
to TowsE, laniare. 

Louse, laxuif a, Molutui^ a. 

CoFBBOUSE, ehaieafUumf t . 
A DoBMOusoB, ufhif Ms, hie. 
A MnMoxjeR^fistrtnumffnoletrina. 
A BsBBMOuiqii, veipmiilioy 6ni8. 

ScAUouaB; herb| scahiosa, m. 

Ttex 0U89, bird, todus^ u 

FKNTHOVflE, proiee^mj «. 

WoBXHOvsBy ofieinOf a. 

WoDHorsB, lignarium. 

Baxehous^, pistrina^ m. 

There bee many other endyng in hovM, 
which imufle the piece where things bee 
kept andocci^ied : the latine endeth in 
flruMMy if or HtfUftiB these : 

A WoLHOUSB, lanarium, •'. 
A Cowhouse, bautle^ is, hoe. 
A Bhefehouse, euilef m, h^, 
ye Henhouse, gaUingiriupt, i. 

Effbciuousb, e^fea^i dcit. 
AxAsousE, amteahiUs, e. 
Basba^usb, hariaruSf a, 
BouNTEOusE, h<mui, mtmifieus, a. 
Gapiiouse, eaptiomSf a. [uis. 
CoHPENDiousE, ^of^ipenfUosuSy hrer 
GoNTAOiousE, eontagiosuif <i. 
CoHTBABiousB, eofUroriutf a, 
CouBiousE, eupiduSf a. 
GouEAOiousB, animoiutf audacc. 
Davoebouse, p&rieulomif a. 
Ebbiouse, eiriomu, a. 
Ekuiouse, inuidioauif a, 
Ambuiouse, ambitioiut, a, 
CoHMODiousE, eammodus, a. 
CotbnousE, hlanduSf effabiUi* 
D6LEB0USE, dolore plmiu. 
£kutousb, immieahiHsj $. 
£xTEBousE, exUnUf a» 
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F6TB0K0USB, fo^evnduSf a, 
GAth>iou8E, tolennis, e. 
G6B0IOUSB, sumptuosus, a. 
Gb£uou8B, nueiestus^ a, 
I^LoxraE, ulotypuBj a, 
IirctiBiousE, ii%ewrio9H8f a. 
IkfImouse, in/amiSf e. 
IiTDt^sTBiousB, induiMuif a. 
loTousE, laiue, a. 
liAschnousE, la$eiuu8f a.* 
LlzABOUSE, lepro9tu^ a. 
LioHEBOusE, UbidinosuSf a. 
Ltcobouse, deUeatuif a. 
Lbthaboiouse, lethatyieus, a. 
Lt^GBiousE, hterioeuBy a. 
HiBUALousE, mirandus, a. 
Melodiouse, harmonieua^ a. 
Hsbit6kiousb, meriteriue, a, 
NoTOBiousB, notoriui, a, ineiptis. 
OnoBfisBOUsB, oderifirf arofnati- 

ms. 
OuTBioiousE, itnmoderaius^ a. 
PxsTU'EBOusB, pestifer, a. 
PinousE, piuij a, misericors. 
PlI^ntiouse, eopio8us,a,ahund(m9. 
TwsFoarsBOVSKf praposterus, a. 
EioiTOUHB, luxwrio9U9t a. 
SklIkdebouse, seandaloeuif a. 
8I:biousb, ieriosui^ a. 
TEHPtsruousE, i&»ipe$tuo9U9f a. 
TixEBOUSE, timiduSf vereeundus, 
Ttbakhousb, iyrannieus^ a. 
TbIttebouse, perfidiomif a, 
Tb£aohxbou8E, proditoriue, a. 
YlBiousE, varius, a, imtahtUs. 
AuiBinousE, eupidus, a, auidus. 
YtLLAHovsB, Jkufitioiut, a. 
Ykcoithobiouse, ineotnmodus, a. 
Ykc^btiouse, immitisy e, 
Ykc^ouse, ineurius, a, ifinauua. 
Ykobatiouse, peruieaxy perditus. 
YirPBfiTiousB, imprmHo9u$f a, 

vilie. 
YiTBEBELiiousE, impertinaXy aeii. 
YvBEueiousB, irreUgio9U8f a. 

There bee many other that ende in (oue) 
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■abstantiiieay and eommonlj thoM nhich 
Muwere to Uie Lfttiiie adieetiiiM in {mm) 
and in (#fr<tM), and nfnifie folneaae or 
|>lentjre of that thine which the snhstan- 
tine Detokeneth, as madaynonae signifleth 
fall of diadajn, fiut u K tmu, m; oontagi- 
onae, fnl of oontag<eon« emUfiomn, «, rad 
aoch lyke, aa theae that fok>w. 

CopiousBy eepioiutf «. 
FlMousB, embriij «, famomu. 
FthuouHB, fwrUmu^ a, imu.^ a. 
GL6BioufiB, (HUrioiua^ «. 
Glutohousb, fuloiUi, «. 
G6BGiou8Sy praUoius^ a, 
GRinoimE, fr(fiio9u», a. 
lioFEBDousSy pmouUmu^ a. 
lyithiouoBy tmmioi^f a. 
Ikuiousb, mmdioiutf #. 
loTOUBBf k^abmUtui, «• 
Labobiousx, lahorio9Ui, a. 
LicsNnousSy lieentioiui^ a^ 
MixinousBy fnalitiosuSf «. 
HxNSxmiTouHB, tnemtruoiUij #. 

MoKsxsuousB, manttroiuty «. 
OoiousB, odit!iu»f a, tnfeitui, a. 
PsHTnuousx, penuri09ut, a. 
VvBJLOjnsE, pericuhiuif a, 
TjsBannovsEf p^rmtio^m, a. 
Po2n>EROireE, ponderotuif a. 
POPULOUBE, pcpulosuty a, 
PssaoiTSB, prweioiHi, «. [a. 
PxBSUMPnousSy prf9Utnptu&$u», 
Pkodigioitsb, prodi§u>9U9y a. 
PiosFBBOiraB, prosper ^ a. 
Raxjsvousb, rapax, «^. 
Bjeugioube, riig%09u$^ m. 

RiGHTlOITSBy iustUSf 0. 

BieoBOUflBy rtffidui, a, 
BunrorsB, ruinoiui, a. 
80BIJFULOU6B, $enipuloiUi^ a. 
SxDinouaE, Meditionu^ a. 
S EB T KU ' rio uaE, »mteniio9U9f a. 
SruDiousEy studiosus, a. 
QvKFTVovsBf mmptw>9u$, a. 
8UPXBFLU0U8B| wptfJlwUy a. 
SuPEBSimouss, iuperttiUoiUiy a. 
Sttbfbttouse, crapulonu, a. 



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SrspidorsB, tu9pieio9u$^ a. 
TsDiODSBy UddioiUBy a. 
Tboubloxtsb, tmrhidu$, a. 
YsNEXOiTSBy vmemo9u$, a. 
YEBTUoufis, dudioiui, «. 

YicroBioxJsx, vicUrioiUi, a. 
AU whidi be of the aame aifnification 
that aome of thoae derinatinea are af 
which end in it, aa we aayde in hia ^aoa^ 
and aeeme for the moete nart to be bor^ 
owed and formed of the Latine themes, 
aa copionae of eopiomm ; ftnionae oifitri- 
otm; &monae A famttm^ and ao foiA 
of other. The Latine of theae oonmonlT 
endeth in (ana), aometime in mU^ and 
in other terminationa. 

Oa ante T. 
/in oute. 
A PouBTBy Mnwrn, i. 
A FLomcy, mocke, UUmOy fiieuBf t. 
y« GoxjTB in y« haiid, chiragra, m, 
y« Goim in y« f6ete, poda^a^ a. 
A IioiTTB, venn^ ndimo, oms. 
A l^uTB of men, eifUnta, <e, twrh^. 
y« Skoxtts of a dog, roHrwn^ i. 
j^ Skoute of a ahip, ro9trum, t. 
y^ SisovT of a fish, uhm. 
J^ Spoittb, iwihrex, ic%9, hoe, 
A T^toiTTx, fish, variuSf t . 
A Tboittb, Bpere, fiisema^ a, 
A Cloutb, pamUculuSf t . 
y« Clopt aet on a gannent, or on a 

shoe, emhf o»i9, hie. 
to Cix>irTB, Hurcir^ 
to DouBTB, iMtmre. 
to PoiTTB, Mp0rmn^ 
to Boum, anorte, sieriere. 
to BopTE, or royst, grMunri, 
to Spout water, ex^mhre. 

Sroirr, proud, tvperhu^ datus^ a. 

Stout, yaliant^ voMus, Hrmu- 

Out, fordi, 
A Baitkerout, fidifiragu9^ a, are 

alieno oppressut, 
A Wondbkolout, blabbe, yoTTM^, 

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On ante T. 



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A BousDABOiTTy circuku^ f . 
to Bafxebout, fidemfaiUre. 
to MTSD0T7BT, difidh'e, 

jyvuovTf piu8f «, deuatuSf religion 

9U9^ «. 

Aboitt, eireum^ etrea. 
WTTHOiTTy mW, absque, 
"Wtthout dore, exU'd^ /oris. 

to Go ABOUT, etrcuire, 

to TuBNB ABOUT, eircumuerth'e. 

Oompoiinde other Terbet, signifying to 
do aboat, wyth etrcmnj as eire u md tieer$f 
to lead abont; or wyth am^ as Mmputar^^ 
to eat about, fto« 



lo 



In outhe. 
A BouTHE, t&ntarium, u 
A MouTHE, 09f driSf hoe. 
y« BouTHE, aust&Ty «, hie. 
y« SoxTTHWBST, fyj*, y Wf, Aw. 
y« BouTBXAST, no^tff, i^ hie. 

8L0T7THE, aceediaj m, ignauia^ 
inertia^ a. 
y« Tbottthe, Veritas, atis, hoe. 
Youths, iuuetttnSf utis^ hoe. 
Smouthe, pohtuSy a. 
A Smoxtth tong, lingua eompia. 
to Smouthe, jpoUre, oonUre, eonein- 
nare. 



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NOTES ANB CORRECTION OF LATIN WORDS. 



It mil be B&eti from the foregoing sheets that the arrangement of 
this dictionary is frequently oonfrisedy and that the typographical 
blunders in the original are numerous. It is Often difficult to tell 
whether the spelling adopted in some places is intentional or whether it 
is a misprint; but it would be impossible to correot the errors and to 
re^arrange the form without rendering it an almost entirely new work. 
If the ^k was intended for its original purpose it might be neces- 
sary to make these alterations, but as its chief interest consists in its 
being in the same state as that in which it was left by its compiler, I 
have thought it best to reprint it word for word. JCoreover, many 
words that at first sight appear to be misprinted will frequently l>e 
found to be correct: as, for instance, fleumaticus (col. 121, line 31), 
gannire^ to prattle (c. 127, L 32), which is used as well as garrire. 

In the following list t have only included those words of which there 
is little doubt but that they are misprints; however, as modem 
researches haye proved the so-called classical orthography to be incor- 
rect in many particulars, and the medisBval, now treated as base, to be 
the better form, I do not presume to say but that Levins may be found 
to be right in the spelling and genders of some of these words. 

The <tiphthongs <s and m are frequently used for e ; thus, apiei (c. 20, 
1. 30), quarelus (c. 25, 1. 28); eate (o. 17, L 17), eoBra (c. 46, h 10); 
but the reverse mistake is also made, thus, « for « in p&nttetUia (c. 22, 
L 1), and « for <s in e^uinoeUalis (c. 14, 1. 18). 

T is printed for ^ in comm$riium (c. 224, 1. 35) and juditivm (c. 66, 
1. 30), and <^ for ^ in oeioiw (c. 116, 1. 29), praciosut (c. 227, 1. 31). 

The letters y and • are often con^ised. 

The most extraordinary blunder in the book occurs on c. 89, 1. 13, 
where heU is explained by " gelu." 

The accents to the Latin words are as frequently wrong as right; 
and this, unfortunately, throws a certain doubt over the accents to the 
English words. 

An Index has been made to the latter, because it is in them that the 
chief interest of the book consists ; but one to the Latin words has not 
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Absoondorey to k^de, 
Acatom, a bote, 
Aceasarius, aeeeuarte^ 
AohantJB, itis, hio, afinek^ 
Acumen, 

This word ahoald probably 
AdditoB, an mUrUy 
JSdere saem, U fanf^ 
.£qiie8y a gwUtmm^ 

Alimdarins, a hohyhauke^ 
AmaricoBy margmriw^ 
AmbitoSy hrik^nf^ 
Anagallisy ekiehvmh, 
Anthercum, « daffadtlf 
Anuila^ afyott, 
Apantor, « eoMfoUf 
ArcticiiSy tk$ fJ$ n^rtkf 



Argastolimiy « hyicoU^ 
Argastulns, apriionm'f 
Ai^g^nstalaiiiy a ef$^ 

ft aprnfimld^ 

Aromacq^la, u groBHTf 

ff anap^Ucarptf 

Arpioy « C4irp$, 
Artonicum, armiek^ 
Aspisy tm €JU, 
Asterias, tm tgrti^ 
Bipennis, « twyUl^ 
Borialis, northerner 
C»ra, waXf 
CflBreuBy a taper ^ 
CaprsDa, a roe ioe^ 
Career, aprieone^ 
Cardimonicim, arajfne$f 
Carduelisy a gMfinek^ 
CartafilagOy ehafewort^ 
CaUiaroSy a ean^ 

jf atankarie^ 
CayiUare, to wrangUf 
Centanmmy eentortef 

„ eeniron^ 

Cemleus, hlewe^ 
Cervix, a neek, 



117 
177 
106 
184 
117 



LDIB. 

7 
45 
44 
80 
46 



/>r absoondere. 
for aceAium. 
/or acoessarins. 
/or acanthisi idis, hiec. 



follow JUtmea at the head of od. 118. 



104 


4 for aditiis. 


106 


30 fored&ce. 


20 
21 


JJj /or equee. 


44 


83 /or alaudarius. 


181 


89 /or amaraous. 


104 


9 /or ta rMi^ tot. 


52 


81 /ir bio rMN^ hec. 


128 


26 for anthericum or anthenous. 


160 


11 /iramula. 


160 


40 /or appantor. 


160 


86 /or h»c roMl hie ProbaUj 




the wordj^o^ was ooiitted 




by mistake. 


178 


17 for ergastulum. 


80 


16 for ergastttlui. 


10 
219 


2j /or ergastulum. 


74 
105 


29 /or aromatopola. 


32 


46 for carpio. 


120 


41 for arsenioum. 


52 


42 /or hie rMi^ hfldc. 


88 


1 for adia read m. 


126 


81 for i read is. 


82 


18 for borealis. 


46 


10 forcen. 


75 


45 for oereus. 


154 


13 /or caprea. 


164 


19 /or luec rMu? hie. 


200 


5 for oardamomum. 


184 


48 for e% read Ib. 


178 


21 /or cartifilago. 


20 


9 ) for cantharus, wkiek u rigkilp 
2 ) epeU c. 194, /. 87. 


81 


128 


2 for eayillanL 


103 
163 


87 ^ 

j^ for oentaureum. 


94 


85 /»ro»ruleus. 


54 


10 /or Wo r*tf</h»c. 



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Cesim, edgUng^ 


OOIm 

187 


19 for csBsim. ^ 


Cherchesia, a crouse^ 


224 


44 for carobesia. 


Chselidonia, celmdins^ 


139 


38 /or cbeledonia. 


Cichoria, Bueeauty, 


106 


12 for cicboreum or cicborium. 


Cipidus (noToram), new/angtl, 


129 


21 for onpidoB. 


Citharedus, a luter^ 


73 


31 /or citbaroedus. 


Clserusy the eUrfie, 


98 


24 for deras. Clericos ie speU 
correctly c, 81, k 26. 


Claudipes, a triple^ 


141 


27 /or ides rMU^ edifi. 


OociZy 4 euekowe^ 


180 


12 /or coccyx. 


Coctas, scarlet, 


87 


31 for ooccna or coccam. 


CoBliteSy is, « tanetj 


24 


44 fircao}iteBymn,MMU8mAeaven* 


CoBte, is, a ichaU, 


17 


17 for cete pL or eetus, i. 




188 


40 for colere mandatanu 


Colophizari, to Imfii^ 


93 


35 for colapbizare, as o. 184, /. 3. 


Colyrida, apancMe^ 


12 


26 for ooUyrida, a$ c. 12, /. 8. 


Gomdimentam, 9i»uie, 


44 


43 for condimentam. 




224 


35 for commerciiim. 


Compes, a ihaehU^ 


125 


39 /or edes rMi edis. 




201 


43 for comprebendere. 


Conax, a reede, 


18 


47 for donax. 


Concatdnare, to Unksj 


138 


19 /or concatenaie. 




40 


24 for conjugare. 


Continuere, to refrayn$^ 


201 


42 /or contiiiere. 


Copon^re (syllabam), to ipel^ 


65 


10 for compon^re. 


Comictde, a jackdaw j 


45 




Corruscare, to gU$h, 


143 


46 for coruscare. Coniscatio w 
correctly epeU e. 143, 
/. 41. 


Gorylus, a phUbert tro0. 


82 


41 for bic read bsBC 


Cristale, the cop on a UrtPihead 


,169 


3 /or cristula. 


Cumpbus, a mortreue^ 
., a mortyse, 


85 
148 


19) V. , 
4 /or gampbus. 


Decembis, december^ 


79 


26 /or Decembris. 


Definare, to defyne^ 


139 


43 /or definire. 


Desuetudinis, dUuM, 


194 


43 for desaetudo, inis. 


Difficiles, uneasy, 
Diplois, a doublet. 


108 


39 /or difficilis. 


87 


47 /or bic rwk? b«c. 


Dolum, a tubbe. 


181 


35 for dolium. 


Doroaa, a roe buck, 


154 


12 /or bic r^fli bawj. 


Ducutns, a duekate, 


39 


32 /rducatos. 


Emnlari, to emulate. 


40 


12 /^r SBmulari. 


EpistoDinm, a epiygotU, 


177 


1 1 for epistomimn. 


fiquinoctialis, equinoetiaU, 


14 
142 


18 ) 

2y /or SBquinoctialis. 


Equitaa, equitie, 


109 


23 for aequitas. 



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NOTES AKD OOBBBCnONS. 



Eqaxu^JMU, 


OOL. 

37 


UMS. 

17 


^eqcias* 


Erugo, « WMthe, 


177 


34 


for emetu 


Erugo, ruiie, 


194 


20 


for SBrugo. 


Esarcinare, to wtpaci^. 


5 


34 


/or resarcinare. 


Estimabilis, chst^MhU^ 


2 


29 




Estimare, to rate, 


39 


18 


for aestimare; rightlf epdi 
e. 40, /. 27, c. 41, I. 2. 








Eternititas, etomttie, 


109 


27 


^setemitas. 


Euphrannum, hugloou, 


176 


36 


for euphrosynom. 


EvertiOy a discomfiytwro^ 


192 


20 


for evenio. 


Ealcata (ensis), afiUchoon, 


168 


28 


for ialcatus. 


Eamilicos, htrngry, 


107 


8 


for &melioii8. 


Eastidiosas, di$iayn$^ 


201 


4 


for fitftidioaam. 


Femiginasusy cmiJtrodf 


49 


6 


}^ fennginoaas. 


Filixy foarne, 


210 


47 


for hie read hsdc. 


Fistella, a mufU for a dog^ 
EoBlicitas, felieittOf 


184 


11 


/orfiaoella. 


112 


34 


for felicitaa, correetlf epeU 








0. 109, /. 32. 


FcBlix, hopple, 


103 
185 


8 
28 


/orfelix. 


FoBter, Hinehj 


134 


32 


for foBtor. 


FoBteri, to itinke^ 


138 


23 


for foBtire. 


Fragraria, a itrauhmy horh, 


106 


8 


/or fragaria. 


Fragram, a ttrawhory^ 


106 


7 


/orfragam. 


Frangibilom, a hrake, 


12 


6 


for fra^bulam. 


Famariam, a muekhM, 


125 


20 


/or fimarium. 


Famus, dwwuo, 
Galarita, a Urio, 


189 
81 


9 
44 


/orfimus. 
for galerita. 


Garire, to hable, 


1 


47 


for garrire, a$ at c. 24, /. 4. 


Gastrimergia, ghUUmif, 


102 


18 


/or gartrimargia. 


Oignare (ova), to opawo, 


44 


27 


for gignere. 


Glastram, $h. woadf 


7 


43 


/or glastum. 


Gloriare, to vaunt^ 


25 


4 


for gloriari. 


Qoflsopineiim fwtum^ 


165 


20 


for goaapiam. 


QnciAf ^aeOf 


6 


36 


ipeUoorreetlggniiiA, o.24, /.22. 
/>r graiiiim. • 


Gramum, a crape, 


26 


42 


Gratire, to wattle a home, 


38 


33 


/or oratire. 


Greciun (foemun), fengreek, 


64 


83 


/or gnBoom. 


HsBbeo, a duUarU, 


33 


86 


for hebes. 


Hsebes, a eohhel, 


56 


34 


for hebes. 


Bmhes, did, 


186 


23 


for hebes. 


HeluB, a glutton, 


163 


8 


for helqp. 


Hemecrania, the megrim^ 


131 


40 


for hemicrania. 




205 


18 


for hippiatms. 


HoBdns, a kydde. 


116 


4 


/or dis, hsBC, read di, hie. 


Humilia, wieh, 


64 


29 


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HyalargoB, a gUm&r^ 
Hypotheron, a ffrunself 
ImpeercnssoB, unstrikeny 
Impetigo, a rtngtoorme^ 
Improetiosus, unpreHause^ 
Impugabilis, impugnabUy 
Inconsensos, WMtridm horsey 
IneqoaliSy tmmatchsy 
Tnflamabilis, inflamahlsy 

InfoeliZy dwnall, 
Inguen, greaee, 
Instabilis, unstahley 



Insalse, the lahlee of a mitre, 
Intiger, tohoUy 
Intnnsecas, inwariey 
Introduxio, an introduetorie, 
InTmiiistimiilare, to tnittmulate, 42 
Itineriam, an ittneraryey 
Jocandari, to solace, 
Judeusy ajewey 



Jaditium, judgement, 
Laeprosus, a hmare, 
Lamppis, a gloh&rd, 
Latonia, a quarry, 
Latnlentos, elayish, 
Ledere, to skath, 
Leena, a Uonesse, 
Legio, a legion, 
Legitio, a legacye, 
Legittimus, le(^, 
Letificare, to glad, 
Libido, luste, 
ligarium, wodgarth, 
Linire, to soften, 
Logatam, a bequest, 
Lucriosos, lucriouse, 
Madiari, to mediate, 

Matala, an urinaU, 

Melaplaous, marmalade 
„ marmalet, 

MelUothos, melilote, 



OOL. 

71 


Lunt. 

3 for hyalnrgus. 


56 


6 for hypothyrum. 


61 


45 for impercussus. 


172 


9 for igis read ginis. 


226 


42 for imprefiosus. 


3 


27 for impugnabilis. 


61 


46 for inconsoensos. 


38 


22 ]/&r insBqualis. 


3 


13 /orinflammabilis. Inflammare 




ifl spelt correctly <?. 18, /. 12. 


18 


19 /or infelix. 


204 


34 /orungtieii. 


2 


10 the neuter should he e instead 




of 2d, 


126 


12 /or inftilaB. 


161 


1 for integer. 


31 


10 for 8B read a. 


104 


43 /or introductio. 


^42 


3 for instimnlare. 


104 


45 for itmerarinm. 


7 


20 for jocundare. 

14 /or Judaeus. Judeea is spelt 


04 




correctly c. 104, /. 39. 


66 


30 for iudiciam. 
2 for leprosos. 


29 


81 


20 /or hie r^oi^ hfec. 


105 


35 for latomia. 


145 


13 /or lutulentufl. 


39 


1 for IsBdere. 


85 


16 /or leaena. 


163 


47 for hie read hoc. 


96 


22 /or legatio. 


207 


36 for legitimus. 


8 


1 /or laBtificare,tf«l8etu8,o.7,/.37. 


194 


19 /or hie r^orf hflBC. 


34 


5 for lignarinm. 


61 


34 for lenire. 


92 


12 for legatam. 


226 


15 for lucrosus. 


40 


40 for median. Mediatus is cor- 




reclly spelt c. 41, /. 17. 


15 


35 the genitive should he 9d in* 




stead ofe. 


8 
93 


2j /ormeloplacus, /i77\o^XcMCOU9. 
18 for melilotos. 


178 



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Melvina, a eorwt^ 


86 


82 


Milliarum, amiUf 


130 


43 


Modestitis, modeU^ 


92 


41 


MoelestuB, yr^vMCM, 


226 


4 


Moereri, to ems, 


81 


46 


ff to v%Ufiw9, 


211 


2 


Moktrina, a wkime, 


81 


40 


Moleate, (^svs^ 


90 


4 


Mutolatio, « mayme, 


199 


40 


NaosebunduBy tothaome, 


224 


21 


162 


18 


l^ava, a daughter, 


72 


80 


NuglaiiBy « undmUUf 


195 


30 


Nundum, a/ayrej 


202 


37 


Nymbus, a ihowre^ 


73 


38 




19 


8 


Obsideo, a wgo^ 


53 


47 


OocidenB, the wett^ 


91 


47 


Ociosas, idUf 


116 


29 


Oportonitas, mommi, 


168 


24 


Oude gry, mwnehance^ 
Oyaoeo (potiuncula), a eadh, 


21 


43 


9 


8 


Pabalum, provende, 


65 


1 


Palma, a ipan^ 


20 


9 


Palmns, pahne of a htmde, 


16 


23 


Panis, hreade, 


205 


33 


Parad^as, paradiee, 


115 


12 


Paralelli, thefreU of a Me, 


212 


12 


ParasytoSy a parasite. 


151 


28 


Partinaca, a parsnip, 


140 


42 


PatemuB, an umkilj 


126 


33 


Pellitium, furre, 


190 


15 


Tena,payne, 


200 


7 


Penalisy penaU, 


13 


29 


Penitentia, penance, 


22 


1 


Penit^, to rewe, 


94 


27 


Penitrare, to perse, 


211 


10 


Peplis, itis, hie, purskme. 


19 


18 


PercatiOy a Jmooke, 


158 


18 


,, a stroke, 


159 


42 


Perretio, a reache. 


205 


10 


Petimen, the far sy. 


108 


12 


Phacellus, a gaUye, 


99 


24 



/ormelina. 
for milliariiim. 
/or modestoa. 
for molestoB. 

j for mereri. 

/or mdetrina. 

^molestia. 

for mutilatio. 

/or nervns. 

for naoseabmidaB. 

for nata. 

/or joglans; mndmMjfcmrfmed 

ioith the word nux. 
for nimdmttm. 
for nimbus. 
for ablactan. Ablactabilia is 

speU eorredly at c. 2, 1 29. 
for obfiidio. 
for haec read hie. 
for otiosas. 
for opoortamtaa. 
i.e. ovck ypv, 
probably ovaoea. 
for pabulum. 
the genitive shoM he m in- 

stead of e. 
/or palma. 
for h8dc read hio. 
for hsec read hio. 
/or paralleli. 
/or parasitus. 
/or pastinaca. 

probably intended for patnias. 
for pelJicium. 
/or poena, 
/or posnalis. 
for poenitentia. 
for poenit^ro. 
for penetraie. 
for peplis, idis, fern. 

j for percussio. 

for porrectio. 
for haec read hoc. 
for phaaelus. 



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Fhaoellus, a rotPffafye^ 
Phalarisy apuet, 

Phiola, a vMl, 
Piliatus, capped, 
FiperitiSy costmary, 
Pbds, a hooite, 
PolitoB, ileightj 
Populus, a poppling y 
Portificialis, ponttfieaU, 
Posterus, hehinde^ 
Pofitonis, a kewle^ 
Prseoiosus, preeum$ef 
PraBdum, a manoure^ 
Pnejuditiam, prefudtce^ 
Pnelium, apresse^ 
Pnemere, to presse, 
Pnetiosus, gorgiomej 
Precipiuus, 88, eheefe^ 
Precox, aprincoch$j 
Predatio, roving, 
Predicare, to predicate, 

„ to preaehe, 
Pre&cio, a preface, 
Pregnansy pregnant, 
PrelatuB, a predate, 
Prelium(urBiyA^ layteofa 
Prescriptam, theforewrit. 
Presentation a preeentmentf 
Presepiam, a matmger, 
Preservare, to premve, 
PreterituB, hypaet, 



Pretor provinoialis, a ehertfe, 
Promtdcis, hie, meade, 
Protigere, to protect, 
PuIyos &otititLB, gmp ouder. 
Papula, a hlane, 

„ aqueale, 

„ a wheale, 
Purigo, the itche, 
Puiporea, purple, 
"Byretnim, peUiiorie, 
Quaerelos, a complaynaaU, 

„ theplayntif, 
QusBremonia, aplaynte. 



OOL. LDnu 

99 34 for phaselus. 

149 86 ( ^^ ^® ^^ ^"^' 

13 15 for pbiala, as e. 13, /. 37. 

61 83 for pileatus. 

103 47 for hio read hsdo. 

222 19 for Uo read Imo. 
53 36 for 9d read a. 

136 26 for hoc read h»o. 

15 8 for pontificialis. 

135 14 forte read 9L. 

95 89 for postomis. 

227 81 for pretiosus. 

223 18 /or praedium. 
115 14 /or prsejudicium. 

84 81 for prelum. 

84 88 for premere. 

227 13 for pretiosus. 

53 11 /or prGBcipaus, a. 
159 1 for prsecox. 

43 9 for pnedatio. 

205 HJ/>^P«B<iicare. 

7 13 for prsefatio. 

25 40 for prsegnaoB. 

39 30 for prselatus. 

1,203 37 /or proelium. 

149 28 for prsescriptum. 
68 9 for prassentatio. 
72 27 for prsesepium. 
83 13 for pneservare. 

36 2 for prseteritus. Praetenre is 

correctly epelt c. 84 /. 36. 

118 21 /or praetor. 

205 89 for promulsis, haac. 

47 46 for protegere. 

79 41 for pulvis. 

18 46) 

207 18 > /or papula. 

207 25 ) 

150 16 /or prurigo. 
191 26 for purpura. 
105 22 /or pyrethrum. 

25 28 ) . T 

117 36l>^^^'^^°'- 

202 22 for querimonia. 



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NOTES AND CORRECTIONS. 



coIm um, 

Quffiremonia, a eomplofnU^ 202 24 

Questionistay a ^KM^t^M^, 147 18 

Questor parioidius, a eroumery 72 19 

Eectos, strei^ht, 53 37 

Befraenare, ^ ^Tf^, 116 28 

'BjdTBeqm^ to purseWf 95 17 

Berereie, to reverence, 64 16 

BotaXa, a troweU^ 56 15 

Babicola, a ladle, 9 5 

,, aladil, 125 11 

„ a thyvU, 126 17 

Rndus, mul, 185 20 

Sabinay jSmwh, 82 15 

Bacculum, apoclet^ 87 18 

Sacnlom, a eaeie, 5 19 

SangaiDolentus, hhudy^ 113 7 

Sarnire, to »awe wood, 45 35 

Soannum, a ^'n^A, 134 28 

„ a forme, 172 2 

ScintiUaii, ^ eparkU, 128 4 

Scortum, ^ <;(M^ o/* a ^<i#^, 155 33 

„ ahaUocke, 158 35 

Sorob, obes, a dike, 122 21 

Secrarius, a eeeretarie, 105 46 

SeperabiliBy eeparable, 4 17 

Series, a rM(Vi 94 17 

Sheda, a ecrowe, 179 29 

Siligneos (panis), manehet, 93 17 

Simultare, ^ eewibil, 127 39 

Sinopis, eynople, 170 17 

Sinus, a haeeon, 163 14 

Sorexi a ro^, 37 13 



Sortiliciam, a lottery, 105 5 

Spaoinm, a epaee, 6 43 

Spitacus, aparrote, 178 16 

Splendilos, a tt^Aor^, 171 44 

Spondilos, a wherle, 81 33 

Squamma, a «Jbi^, 17 19 

Sterelis, harrayne, 202 2 

Stipendiaros, a itipendarie, 106 4 

Slips, a itocke, • 158 28 

Stirisd, the ieklee, 125 6 

Strapes, a stirrop, 169 32 



for qaerimonia. 

for qusBstionista. 

for qoffistor parricidius. 

for m read a. 

for refrenare. 

/or persequi. 

for revereii. 

for U read 1«. 

for rudicula. 

for hie read hoc. 
for Sabrioa. 
for saoculus. 
for saoculus. 
for sanguinolentus. 
for seirare. 

for scamnum. 

for scintillare. 

for scrotum. 

for scrobs, obis. 

for secretarius. 

for separabilis. 

for hie read haec. It is correct 
c. 95, /. 2. 

/or scheda. 

/or siligineus. 

for simulare. 

for hie read hsdc. 

for ni read nus. 

the genitive should he icis in- 
stead of etis : it is masc, 
and not fern. 

for sortilegium. 

for spatium. 

for psittacus. 

for spondylus. 

for spondylus. 

for squama. 

for steriUs. 

for stipendiarius. 

for stipes. 

for orum read arum. 

for stapes. 



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StrapeSy a ttirrop^ 
Strigil, a trtusefor hose, 
Subetfloietis, sodayns, 
Subligere, to suhtew^ 
SaccosoB, sappier 
Suggnmdiatio, the evesin^, 
Sulphus, hritnetonef 
Synodon, laumsy 
TsBrrefoUam, chervil^ 
Talia, the blade of an herb, 
Telepinmni orpin^ 
Tenebroea, se, mirke, 
Termerarias, haeti/f 
Tessare, the tables, 
Themiama, frankinsenee, 
TimpanuiDy a tabarde, 

Tinctariam (mbea), madder, 
Tresdecim, thirtene, 
Tritcimarey to pounder, 
Tudee, a mallet, 
Tatabiare, to stemme, 
TyranniB, tyrannie, 
Ulna, an elne, 
TJsura, oeker, 
Yademoniare, to hayle, 

Yalitadoy pUght, 
Yenemosos, venemouse, 
Yenter, the sucke of a plow, 
Yepres, a bryar, 
YerbalOy is, verbaU, 
Yerres, a brushe, 
Yiciare, to ravish, 
Yincere, to binde, 
Yipretom, a tush of bryers, 
Yolucres, a bird, 
„ afouU, 
Ytdpancer, a bar gander. 



OOL. LDCS. 

189 44 

193 80 

202 6 

95 20 



103 
186 



119 
228 
185 
209 
18 



135 
198 
142 
218 
79 



168 17 

44 18 

124 19 

8 24 

184 11 

142 17 

111 89 

126 10 

64 17 

81 1 

72 86 

69 41 

78 8 

88 28 

60 2 

102 26 

58 80 

75 86 

198 44 



21 

4 

1 

15 

84 



198 ^^ 
144 28 



8 
88 
10 



?t 



/or stapes. 

for hio read hsBO. 

for subitaneus. 

for subligare. 

for succosus. 

for snggmndatio. 

for solphur. 

for sindon. 

for cserefolium. 

/ortalea. 

for telephium. 

for tenebrosus, sa. 

for temerarius. 

/or tessarsB. 

/or thymiama. 

for tyTnpaniim, correctly spelt 

e.ZZ, I 40. 
for tmotorum. 
ybr tredecim. 
for triturare. 
for etis read itis. 
/>r titabare. 
for hio read hseo. 
for ne read nsd. 
for ei read 8B. 
/orvadimoniare. Yadimonium 

is correctly spelt I. 26. 
for raletudo. 
for yenenosoB. 
for eris read tris. 
for etis read is. 
for yerbalis, e, 
for h«BC read bio. 
,/br yitiare. 
/>r yinciro. 
for yepretum. 

for yolucris. 



18 for yulpansen 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Abandon, v. 164 87 

Abashe, v. 85 18 

Abate, v. 89 88 

Abbate, sh. an abbot, 89 27 

Abbesse, ih. 85 7 

Abbreviate, v. 41 29 

Abbridge, r, to abridge, 116 87 

Abdicate, v. 40 15 

Abhominate, r. 41 80 

Abhorre, i;. 171 8 

Abject, «3. 47 82 

AUe^adf. I 45 

Abode, sh. tnansio, 156 25 

Abolish, V. 144 18 

Abortive, «ft. 152 47 

About, prep. 229 6 

About, to go, 229 9 

About, to tume, 229 10 

Above, jprjp. and adv, 179 17 

Abrayd, id, impetus, 197 80 

Abrayd, r. irruere, 197 S3 

Abrogate, v. 40 16 

Absent, eu^'. 67 11 

Absent, r. 66 47 

Absolute, adf. 196 28 

Absteyne, v. 201 80 

Abstract, sh. 6 16 

Abundant, adf. 25 42 

Abuse, «d. 194 42 

Abuse, V. 194 47 

Abyde, v. 117 17 

Accelerate, v. 41 81 

Accent, sh. 66 25 

Accent, v. 66 46 

Accept, V. 70 23 



6 
6 
44 
13 
32 
14 
26 
25 
20 
44 
28 
18 
19 



Access, sh. 

Accessarie, sh. 

Accident, sh. 
Accommodate, v. 
Accomplish, v. 
Accompt, sh. 
Accompt, V. 
Accorde, v. 
According, prep. 
Accome, sh. an acorn, 
Accoumpt, sh. 
Accoumpt, V. 
Accurse, sh. 
Accuse, V. 
Accustome, v. 
Ace, sh. tmitas, 
Ache, sh. 
Ache, V. 

Acknowledge, v. 
Acquaynte, v. 
Acquent, v. adseiseere. 

Acquit, i;. 

Acrosse, adj. 

Acte, sh. 

Action, sh. 

Active, adj. 

Adamant, sh. a diamond, 

" Adamant, preeyowse stone. Adamas." 

— Prompt. Patv. 
"An adamand. — Caih. Ang. 
"Adamant, a preoioua stone — aymant, 

*.m. — Palsgrave. 
Adde,€. 7 46 



85 
104 
106 

67 

41 

144 

162 

162 

171 

186 

172 

221 

221 

191 

195 

162 

6 

5 

5 

52 
202 

67 
[149 
150 
175 
6 
165 
158 

25 



4 
17 
81 
41 
45 

6 
27 

1 
88 

5 
89 
15 
13 
16 
24 



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COL. LINE. 

Adder, »h. 72 35 

Adders tong, sh. a fern, 167 11 

Addiot, r. 115 38 

Addict, adj. addicted, 115 40 
** Addict and giyen to the stady of 
learning.'* — Bard, 

Addil, V. to earn, 126 39 

"ToadyUe."— Grt!*. Ang. 

Addition, sh. 165 14 

Addle, V. 8 17 

Adewe, adv. adieu, 95 25 

Adjoome, v. 224 29 

Adjoyne, v. 215 25 

Adjudge, V. ' 183 15 

Adjure, v. 193 5 

Admit, V. 149 39 

Admonish, v. 144 12 

Adolescende, fh, 96 26 

Adore, v. 174 35 

Adome, r. 172 31 

Adoume, v. to adorn, 224 30 

Adumbrate, v. 40 17 

Aduste, adj, aduatus, 194 34 

"Bnnit, parched, yei^:* -^Blount. 

Adyanoe, v. 22 22 

Advantage, $1, 11 86 

Adventure, ah, 192 24 

Adventure, v. 193 7 

Adversarie, tb, 104 5 

Advise, r. 148 13 

Advisement, «&. 67 23 

Advout^^,«d.an adulterer, 79 17 

Advoutrie, ah. adultery, 103 30 

Aferd, M. timidus, 81 23 

Affect, 90. affection, 47 30 

Affect, V. 48 5 

Affectate, p. to affect, 40 18 

"* Much affeotated."~^<»r^. 

Affiance, sh. 21 19 

Affirmanoe, $h. 21 21 

Affirme, v. 142 39 

Afflickl^ sh. q^tto, 122 15 

Afflickt, V. 122 17 

Afflict^ r. 115 39 

Afflict, adf. afflicted, 115 41 

Affore tyme, adv. 174 42 



COL. LIMJC. 



Afbre, prep. 


174 


39 


Agast, adv. aghast. 


35 


14 


Agayne, adv. 


202 


9 


Agaynste, prep. 


202 


19 


Age, sh. 


10 


39 


Agod^adf. 


48 


46 



Aglette, ab, hraeUolum, 86 23 

«Aglet or lytUe ^]aJt»:''^Ifta0€t. 

Agnayle, sh. pUrigtum, 199 12 

Agogge, adf. ohU^uuSf 157 37 

Agree, v. 46 38 

Agreeable, adf. 3 15 

Agreement, sh. 67 22 

Agreing, pnH^L ctmpsniensj 136 36 

Aker, sh. an acre, 70 41 

Alabaster, sh. 80 42 

Albion, sh. 165 4 

Alooron, sh. the Alcoran, 162 45 

Alder tree, «d. 70 43 

Alderman, sk 20 28 

Ale,sh. 16 46 

Alien, sh. 60 38 

All, adf. 13 3 

AUedge, v. 52 5 

Allegiance, sh. 21 22 

Alleluia, irU&rf. 1 2 

Alliaunce, sh. 21 20 

Allowance, sh. 21 23 

Allude, t^. 183 23 

Almayiie, sh. German, 201 7 

Almerioy sh. a cupboard, 103 26 

"Almary or ahnery." — Prompt. Parv. 

Almes, sh. 84 42 

Almonde, sh. 166 37 

Almose, A. alms, 222 3 

^^Almesae or almoft.'*— /Viwi//. Parv. 

'* Almos YOjneJ* ^Palsgrave. 

Aloft, aX. suhUmts, 157 13 

Aloft, adv. 157 14 

Alone, adf. and adv. 168 26 

Along, adv. 167 18 

Altare, sh. 28 34 

Altercate, v. 40 19 

Alternate, v. 40 9 

Alume, sb. alum, 188 15 

AlwBj^adv. 196 44 



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OOL. UXS. 

Alyane, $h, an alien, 19 31 

Amaronse, adj. 225 28 

Ambassade, so. 8 42 

Ambassade, ih. for peace, 8 43 

Ambassad, th. for war, 8 44 

Ambassadour, th. 222 41 

Amber, sh. 70 44 

Ambil, V. toltUare, 126 41 

Ambition, sh. 165 15 

Ambitiouse, adj. 225 40 

Amble or Ambil, 129 32 

Amble, v. 18 32 

Amende, r. 65 4 

Amercie, v. to ameroe, 96 34 

Amiable, ad;'. 3 16 

Amicable, adf. 3 17 

Amisse, adv. 143 34 

Amitie, sh. 108 47 

Amner, sh. an almonc»r, 72 37 

*'Awmbrere or awemenere." — See 

Prompt, Pafv. 
** Amner, an officer." — Palsgrave. 

Among, prep. 167 19 

Amplifye, V. 97 46 

Ancher, sh. an anchorite, 70 46 

" Anchre.a religious man." — Palsgrave, 

"An ancher."--^flf«/. 

"Ankyr, reclnse. Anachorita.** — 
Prompt, Parv, 

And, conj. 22 46 

Andiron, sh. andela, 162 46 

** Andiron or brandyron." — Huloet, 

Anewe, ado. 95 26 

Angelicall, adj, 13 43 

Anger, sh. 71 2 

Angle, sh. 24 2 

Angle, v. to fish, 24 3 

Angrye, adj. 106 41 

Anguish, sh. 144 4 

Anguish, r. 144 24 

AnO, r. adnihilarej 126 36 

Animall, adf, 13 44 

Anise, sh. herb, 147 44 

Anker, sh, an anchor, 70 45 

Ankle, sh. 24 83 

Anone, adv. mox, 168 27 

Answer, sb. 72 38 



OOL. UKB. 



Ant, ^. an insect, 24 39 

Antiquitie, sh. 109 2 

Anvil, sh. 124 9 

Any, adf. 102 30 

Any way, adv. 197 12 

Aparte, ocfp. 33 47 

Ape, sh. a monkey, 26 23 

Apeach, v. to appeal, 207 41 

Apish, a^\ 144 43 

Apologie, sh, 98 25 

Apostc^, V. 40 20 

Apostil, sh. an apostle, 128 30 

Apostle, sh. 176 16 

Apostolicke, a^\ 121 30 

Apoetume, «ft. rvm^^um, 188 16 

** Apostnme. apostema." — Prompt. 
Patv. 

** Apoethume or braadng oat. rumen- 
turn."— -^wAirf. 

Apotecarye, sh. 105 29 

Apparan^ a^. 25 43 

Apparell, sb. 57 23 

Appeal, V. to apeach, 207 41 

Appeale, to, unto, 207 40 

Appetite, sh, 151 23 

A 1 X ( 27 36 

Apple, sb. y J24 24 

Apple tree, sb. 27 37 

Applegarthe, sh. an orchard, 34 9 

"An appelle-garth."—Oi/>l. Ang. 

Appleyard, sh. 210 28 

Appose, r. 222 11 

Apprehend, v. 65 19 

Aprill, sh. the month, 124 27 

Apt to be taught, a^, docile, 28 1 

Apt to be red, a^*. legible, 28 2 

Apte, a(^-. 27 44 

Arboure, sh. 222 34 

Arche, sh. 29 38 

Archer, sh. 71 3 

Are, V. 28 19 

Arithmeticall, adj. 14 2 

Arithmetick, sh. 121 7 

Arithmetrician, sh. 19 36 

Arke, sh. archa^ 31 40 

Anne, sh. 32 24 

Arme, v. 32 30 



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243 



COL. LIMB. 



Armie, »h. 101 82 

Armonye^ sb. harmony, 102 3 

Armoriey sh. 103 27 

Armonie, sh. 222 37 

Arowe, $h. 180 6 

Arranl^ adf, 25 35 

Arrive, v, 153 8 

Arrogancey sb. 21 24 

Arse, «^. arnUf 33 12 

Arsnick, sb: herb, 120 41 

Arte, sb. 33 19 

Article, sb. 115 45 

Artificially adj. 13 45 

Artillarie, »b. 103 28 

Artochocke, sb. eynaruSf 159 5 

As, adv. 34 38 

Ascende, v. 65 5 

Ascribe, i;. 113 35 

Ashe, sb. the tree, 35 4 

Aske, <^. an asp, 35 19 
**Asker, a newt or eft. — Kersey. 

Aske, V. 35 16 
A-skewe, adj. 95 23 
Aspire, v. 143 15 
Asquint, adj. 139 1 
Asse, sb. a donkey, 34 26 
Assehead,«d. a blockhead, 206 4 
Asseherd, sb. 81 22 
Assemble, v. 60 7 
Assertion, «^. 165 5 
Assiste, <;. 147 23 
Assigne, r. amgwvre^ 120 9 
Assure, r. 193 3 
Assured, adj. 49 32 
Asswage, r. 1 1 27 
Astray, adj. dsviuSf 197 1 
Astray, adv. erroniee, 197 2 
Astroiobe, «&. 155 9 
Astrologian, sb. an as- 
trologer, 19 35 
Astronomer, sb. 80 43 
Astronomie, sb. 101 33 
Asyde, adv. 117 23 
At, prep. 37 24 
Atchieve, r. 153 7 
Atteyne, v. 201 34 



COL. LUfB. 



Auotoure, sb. 222 39 

Audience, sb. 63 38 

Auditouie, «a. 222 42 

Augoure, sb. 222 38 

Aule, sb. an awl 43 38 

*'Aiile, shoemaken inBtrument. su- 
h^:*'-'HuIoet. 

Aunciant, adj. ancient, 25 45 

Aunciente, adj. 68 25 

Aundentie, <^. antiquity, 109 1 

Auntiatoure,«&.anance8tor222 40 

Autenticall,a<^'. authentic, 13 46 

Avarice, sb. 114 47 

Avaritiouse, adj. 226 36 

Avayle, v. 199 23 

Avenge, v. 65 34 

Avouohe, V. 216 41 

Avoydance,^^. evacuation, 22 16 

Avoyde, v. 214 31 

Awake, r. 12 31 

Awarde, sb. an arbitrament, 30 8 

Awarde, v. 31 4 

Away, adv. 196 45 

Awe, V. to owe, 45 29 

Awful, «&•. 185 40 

Awne, V. venddeare^ 44 25 

Awrong, adv. 167 20 

Axe, sb. 46 7 

Aztree, sb. axle-tree, 46 34 

<* CastyiiM of axir$ k eke of ston, 
Sofere nem >ere [in the churchyard] to 
Tse non/* 
^Afirk, 1. 834, B.E.T.S., 1867. 

Ayd, sb. 197 26 

Ayle, r. to ail, delete^ 198 46 

Ajme, sb. prasagium, 199 36 

Ayre, sb. the air, ^ 202 34 

Azel, sb. aeduus, * 124 8 

Babbon, sb. baby, doll, 163 12 

Babe, sb. a child, 1 29 

Babe, sb. a doU, 1 31 

Babie, sb. 96 12 

Babil, 9. to babble, 126 43 

Babish, adj. childish, /' 144 44 

Bable, v. to babble, " 1 47 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Bable, sh. 



71 


4 


71 


5 


5 


8 


168 


16 


213 


6 


30 


17 


162 


47 


7 


36 


8 


8 


71 


7 


9 


20 



COL. UMK. 

a bauble. ) 1 34 
O.F. habiole. ] 124 26 

*«Babiille<urbable." Q^e Prompt, Panh 
<' Babylle. hoc pigma."— GiM. An^, 
« Bible for a foole. muotte."— i^t^ 

Bacheler, sh. a badidor, 
Bacheler of arts, «^. 
Back, $h. 
Backbone, 9h. 
Backed, great, a^f* 
Backward, adv, 
Baoon, sh. 
Bad, ad;. 
Badge, 9h. 
Badger, $h. 

Baffe, V, to baffe as a dog, 

^'Baflynge or bawlyngo of howndyi. 

buUtas, baffatas."— i'fv/y^ Parv. 

Bag, $h. 10 4 

Ba^age, $b. /w, 11 4 

"BagB»e, a bamfage, quean, gyll, 
punk, flirt." — Cotgrmtc, 

Bagged, a<&*. 49 

Bake, v. 12 

Bakebonse, A, 225 

Baker, %h. 70 

Balace, %h, ballast, 7 

**Balaae, wherwitb shippee are eten 
poyaed to go upright." — Bm^ 

Balace, r. to ballast, 
Balade, «i. 
Balance, Bh. 
Bale, %h, sorrow, 
Balesse, %h. ballast, 
<< Ballease or lastage for shippes. 
yiJxmJ'^Huloet, 
Balke, %b. 16 

Ball, %h. 12 

^Ballocke, %h, UsUeulus, 158 
fAballook. eomXion,'*^SA^ruHf0d, 

BaMfe «*• 16 18 

Balme, 

Ban, r. to^iP®' 

Bancbe, r. to%J?***^» 



7 

8 

21 

16 

84 



16 
20 
22 



1 
17 
17 
4? 

9 



18 
38 
25 
47 
43 



8 
38 
35 



27 
15 
31 



COL. UMK. 



Bande, a^. 


22 


39 


Bandogge,<ft.aohaineddog, 157 


38 


'*A bandogge. moloMua. canla eatena- 


rini."— ^tf/«r. 






Bangue, sh.Justis, 


23 


39 


Bangae, v. to beat. 


23 


45 


Bank, #5. of exchange. 


24 


15 


Banke, sh. of a hill. 


24 


16 


Banke, sh. of a river, 


24 


17 


Bankerout, sh. 


228 


44 


Bankerout, v. 


229 


2 


Banket, sh. a banquet. 


87 


43 


Banket, 9. to banquet, 


93 


37 


Banner, sh. 


71 


8 


Banning, sh. moMidtOy 


135 


45 


Banstickle, sh. stickleback, 122 


8 


Baptiame, sh. 


146 


25 


Barbaritie, sk 


109 


3 


Barbarouse, adf. 


225 


89 


Barbed, adf. trapped. 


49 


3 



*' Bard6. barbed or trapped, aa a great 
horse."— Cotgrw^. 

Barbie, sh. a fish, 29 34 

Barboure, sh. a barber, 222 43 
Barded, adj. trapped, 49 4 

**To bard a hozae. harder."— 5;»^» 
Toood. 

Bare, adj. nude, 28 28 

Bare, v. to denude, 28 18 

Barelj, adv. 101 18 

Bargcmder, sh. vtdpancer, 97 18 

"A bargai^der. Ulpanaer." — BarO. 

"A brant-goose."— ^fl//«tt{//. 
Bargayne, sh. 200 44 

Bargayne, v. 201 26 

Ba]^, sb. 31 26 

BarU, sh. a barrel, 124 17 

Barl^ sh. of a tree, 31 41 

Barke, v. ** to barke a tree,'' 32 4 
Barke, v. to bay, 32 3 

Banne, sh. yeast, 32 25 

Barnacle, sh. a bird, 6 2 

" A bamakylle avis est"— CViAi Ang. 

*< Barnacles or great byrdes. Ghelon 
nolopices^* *~~Barf4. 



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COL. UICB. 

BarnadeSy sb. poBtomis^ 6 3 

'< A barnakylle, hie caimis, \**^Cath, 

Ang, 
" BaniaclM : an instrament set on the 

noM of unruly hones."— ^a^. 

Bame, %h. 32 38 

Baron, %h. 163 44 

Barowei o. to thresh, 181 2 
Barratoare, %h, factioHu^ 222 44 
"A harretonr. cayiUatenr on thioa^ 

Barrayne, adj. bairen, 202 2 

Bane, •&. 29 13 

Barre (doore), $1. 29 15 

Barre, v. 29 22 

Barreiii a({^'. 62 8 

Barrowe, «i. 180 7 

Barse, 9b. a fish, 33 13 

Base parte, sb. 36 34 

Bashful, adj. 185 27 

Basil, «5. a herb, 124 7 

Basket, «&• 86 39 

Basnet, Bb. a light helmet, 87 45 

"Baoenett, bassenett Oaana." — 

Prompt. Parv. 
" A basenet"— Ca4«. Ang. 
Basse, v. to kiss, 34 35 

**I baflie or kyne a person, je baise.*' 
— Palsgrave, 

"Basse, kysse, or bassynge."— /fiiAj< 

** A bassing or swete kissing."— i^orvt 
Basson, %b. a basin, 163 14 

Bastarde, %b^ 30 9 

Baste, r. to besmear, 36 22 

Batche, t^./imMw^tMn, 36 2 

** Batshe of bredde. fonmee do pain." 
— Palsgrave. 

Battayle, %b. a battle, 199 8 

Batte, %b. 37 5 

Batte, 9. to beat, 37 19 

••Battyn, or betyn wyth statys." — 

Prompt, Parv. 

Batter, to, walles, 77 38 

Batth, 9b. a bath, 38 37 

Batth, V. to bathe, 88 41 

Battilments, 9b. 67 24 



COL. LIME. 

Battle, f;. <<to battle 

clothes," to shake o£f; 38 28 

Battle, r. << to battle com- 
mons," 38 29 
*< To battle, as scholan do in Oiford." 
— Sherwood. 

Baude, 9b, a bawd, 43 29 

Bandry, 9b. 103 31 

Baule, r. to bawl, 43' 46 

Banll, 9. to bawl, 12 46 

Bawdye, adj. 97 10 

Bawne, 9b. a bath, 44 14 

Bawwawe, 9b. 45 44 
** An obUqna look implying ooatempt 
or soonu**- "^ 



Bayle, 9b. bail, 198 26 

Baylif of a hundred, 9b. 117 34 

Baylife, tib. a reTe, 117 35 

Baylyrick, t^. vfMkM^, 121 18 

Baylyship, 9b., 141 18 

Baylywick,<3.r»?7M<Nra, 121 19 

Bayne, 9b. a bath, 199 45 

** A bme or stewe : a washing plaoe.'* 

—partt. 
" Baygne to bath one in." — Palsgreive. 

Bayne^ adj. ready, pliant, 200 33 
<<B^ or plyannte. flexibilis." — 
Prompt, Parv, 

Bayt, 9b. e9ea, 203 35 

;3ayt, 9b. reJHg&num, 203 36 
Bayt of a beaie, 9b. m'9% 

preUum^ 203 37 

Bayt of a bnl, 9b. tauri 

venatio, 203 38 

Bayt, V. ine9care, 203 44 

Bayt, to, by the way, 

reficere, 203 45 

Bayt, to, a beast, v&narif 203 46 

Bazelarde, 9b. a dagger, 30 22 

'*The baselard was a kind of long 
dagver, whieh was suspended to the 
girale, and worn, not only by the 
armed knight, but by eivilians, and 
even priests."— /Vwk^. Partt. ed. 
Way (note). 

Beache tree, 9b, 205 6 



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COL. UIIB. 



Beacon, sh. phdru9, 163 15 

Bead, sh. hacea, 205 82 

Beagle, sh. a dog, 206 39 

Beake of a bird, sh. 206 42 

Beald, v. to build, 208 2 

^'Beeldynge or byggjnge. edificado, 
stmotora." — Prompt. Parv. 

Beald, v. to succour, 208 8 

** The abbesse her gan teohe and belde." 
^Lay U Frane, 1. 221 (Wright's 
ProT. Diet). 

Beald for wether, sh. 208 1 

<' Thii is our beild the blast'ring winds 
to di\aL'*--Faiffax's Tasso, ii. 84. 

<« Eyerj man bows to the bush he gets 
bicdd frae." — Ramsaj^s Scot. Prov. 

Beale, sh. a cave, den, 207 14 
Beale, v. to beUow, 207 27 

" To beale or mattar. bouer."— 5A^- 
wood. 

Beame, sh. trahs, 208 8 

Beane, sh. faha, 208 28 

Bearde, sh. 210 13 

Beardlesse, adj. 91 1 

Beaie, sh. a bier, 209 13 

Beare, sh. beast, 209 14 

Beaie, v. 209 31 

Beast, sh. 211 45 

Beast, «i. tame, 211 43 

Beast, «i. wild, 211 44 

Beastlike, adf. 123 7 

Beastly, adf. 99 39 

Beate, v. 212 23 

Beaten, have, v. 63 9 

Beaten, bin, v. 63 10 

Beaten, ^<ir^. 63 11 
Beblood, v. funestare, 

eruentare, 156 16 

Bech, sh. the beech tree, 48 20 

Beoke, sh. a nod, 47 11 

Becke, v. to nod, 47 15 

Bedde, «». 48 29 

Bedil, sh. a beadle, 124 45 

Bedle, sh. a beadle, 52 37 

Bee, sh. 46 15 

Bee, V. to be, 46 25 



Beefe, «5. 53 6 

Beele, sh. a cave, den, 59 16 

Befell, r. 13 17 

Before, jpr*p. 174 38 

Before ^me, ode. 174 41 

Begge, V 53 28 

Begger, sh. 72 40 

Beggerie, sh. 103 32 

Begle, sh. a beagle, 53 43 

Begyn, v. 134 25 

Behavoure, sh. 222 45 

Behead, v. 206 25 

Beheaded, ad;'. 50 2 

Behest,*^. 92 11 

Behest, v. 92 21 

Behinde, prsp. and adj. 135 14 

Being, part. 136 37 

Beke, sh the beak of a bird, 54 19 

** A beke, hoc rostmm."— CVi/^. Angt. 

Belche, sh. 58 6 

Belche, v. 58 7 

Beleer^, sh. a belief, 90 8 

Beleeve, r. 90 12 

Beleving, adf. 137 13 

Bell, «>. 54 44 

Bellye, sh. 99 18 

Belman, sh. 20 23 

Belong, V. 167 16 

Belowe, sh. 180 8 

Belt, sh. a girdle, 58 39 

Belt, V. to gird, 58 44 

Belwether, sh. sheep, 79 19 

** A beU- weather, mouton clocheman." 
SAentfood. 

Belzebub, sh. a devil, 181 37 

Bench, sh. 64 28 

Bend, v. 64 89 

Benediction, sh. 165 6 

Benefice, sh. 115 2 

Benet, sh. a herb, 86 41 

Benetii, prep. 90 1 

Benethe, prep. 88 45 

Benevolent, ad;'. 68 27 

Bent, sh. small rushes, 66 4 
"A bente or small rush, juneus." Saret. 

Bent, adj. 66 12 



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OOL. LUIS. 

Bequest, sb, 92 12 

Bequest, v. 92 20 

Berate, v. 40 21 

Berd, sb, a beard, 81 16 

Bere, sb. beer, 84 12 

Bereave, v. 213 89 

Beril, sb. crystal, 124 12 

Besege, v. 64 3 

Beesne, part, 69 37 

Beshrew, v. 95 18 

Beshrowe, v. to beshrew, 180 39 

Beside, ^<jp. nigh, 117 21 

Besome, sb. scopa, 161 27 

Best, adf. 92 7 

Bestad, part. 8 4, 6 

Bestowe, v. 180 38 

Besturre, v. to bestir, 190 27 

Besyde, near, propmquus, 1 17 20 

Betake, v. 12 32 

Bete, sb. beta, 89 8 



<<Bety8 berbe. Beta rel blata/' 
Prompt. Parv. 



138 

117 

27 



27 
15 
31 



Bethinke, v. 
Betide, v. 
Betrappe, v. 

** I betrappe, I take in a trape or in a 
mxt^*^ Palsgrave. 

Betwene, prep. 69 38 

Bever, sb. a drink, 71 11 

" Bever, drinkinge tyme. Biberriom." 
— Prompt. Parv. 

**Merendula, a bever after none."— 
Ortus Vocab. 

Bever, sb. a beaver, 71 10 

Bewitche, v. 150 27 

Bewtifie, v. 97 47 

Bewtiful, adj. 186 44 

Bewtye, sb. 109 4 

Beyonde,^<^. 166 42 

Bibbe, v. potitare, 113 15 

Bibble, v. biblere, 113 24 

Bibil, V. biblere, 126 46 

Bicker, v. 77 33 

Bidde, r. to bid 116 6 



OOL. UMS. 



Big, t7. to build. A.S.byggan, 119 I 

** To byge, ftindare, condere, edificare 
... a bygynge, oonstmocio.*' Ca/A. 
Ang. 
" Byggynorbyldyn. edifico." — Promp. 
Parv. 

Bigge, sb. hordeum quad- 
ratum, 118 13 

"Bygge com, fax:*— Palsgrave. 
" Beere come, barley bygge, or mon- 
oome." — Huloet. 

Bil, sb. a staff, 
Bil written, sb. 
Bil of hand^ sb. 
Bilder, sb. a horse, 
Bile, sb. 
Billet, sb. eala. 
Bilt, poflrt. built, 
Binch, sb. a bench, 

"A bynch to set alo pottes on." — 
Peacock* s Church Furniture,'^, 187. 
Binde, v. 135 3 

Bing, sb. scrtmum Wmi- 

neum. 135 22 



123 


16 


123 


14 


123 


15 


71 


12 


130 


39 


86 


44 


130 


26 


134 


28 



** Bynge, tbeca, cumen.'*— Prompt. 


Pafv. 




Binne, sb. 132 


41 


Bipartite, adj. 151 


41 


Bird, sb. 142 


10 


Birder, sb. a birdcatcher, 7 


41 


" A birder, ancepa."— ^anrf. 




Birding, sb. fowling, 136 


7 


Birle, v. to pour ouf^ 142 


32 


«<To byrle, propinare, miscere 


»» 


Cath. Ang. 




Birt, sb. a turbot 142 


47 


«A birte or fish, otherwiM called a 


tarhot:*—Baret. 




Birth, sb. natmtas, 143 


4 


Bishop, sb. 169 


25 


Bishoprioke, sb. eptseo- 




patus, 121 


15 






dioeesis, 121 


16 


Bit, sb. 148 


35 


Bitche, sb. 150 


12 



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INDBX or BMOLISH WOKDS. 



Bittor, 9h. a bittern, 


coL. Lurm. 

71 13 


Bittil, sh a beetle, 


124 14 


Bittte, sh, a beetle, 


150 41 


Blab, ib. garrula, 


1 10 


Blab, 9. 


1 23 


Blabbe, sh. 


228 46 


"Blabbe er labbe, wreyaw of oown- 


mXi%:'''Pnmja.Pafv. 


*• Blabbe, cwjqneteor.-- 





BUcbe, $h. airammtum 
iutorum, 5 89 

«'BUche that sboemaken use."-* 
Huloet. 



Blacke, o^f . 
Bladdaie, %h, a bladder, 
Blade, %h, of a herb. 
Blade, t*. of a swwd, 
Blader, %h. a bladder, 
Blame, <i. 
Blame, v. 

Blamed, bene, pwri. 
Blanche, v. to peel, 
Blane, $h. 
Blanket, %h. 
Blase, %l. a flame, 
Blase, V. to flame. 
Blaspheme, v. 
Blasphemie, «5. 
Blast, %h. 

Blayke, o^f. yellow, 
Blayne, bI. pupula, 
Blaynegrasso, ih. trefoil, 
Bleache, to, cloth, 
Bleare, i;. 
Bleate, v. 

Bleche, v. to bleach, 
Blecke, t^. to blacken, 
«Toblek. attramentare."- 

Bleede, r. 
Blemish, «&. 
Blend, v. to mix, 
Blesse, r. 
Blest, (u(f\ 



5 21 

28 46 

8 24 

8 23 

71 14 

17 29 

17 38 

51 21 
22 30 

18 46 
87 44 
36 38 
36 44 
60 21 

101 86 

85 41 

198 20 

199 46 
35 1 

205 12 

209 32 

212 24 

48 24 

47 16 
Cath.Ang. 

52 21 
144 2 

64 40 

84 32 

92 8 



Bletche, <5. atramewtum^ 88 27 
Blete, 9h. a herb, 82 9 



COL. um. 

Blewe, adj, 94 35 

Blewish, adj. blueish, 145 25 

Blinde, adj. 135 8 
Blinne, r. to leave off. 

A.8. Uinnany 133 16 

Blirre, »>. deoeptio, 142 4 

Blirre, iF./fl/for^ 142 5 

<* I bleare, I begyle by digidnmlaeyon.'* 
— Palsgrave, 

mdxA,adf\ 185 28 

Blisse,^^. 143 24 

Blister, »5. 71 16 
Bio, $b. blaokUew, Hvid. 

A.8. >Zw, 154 27 

«*Blo, blubrande, k blak, rnblyfe to 

juBfer—Am. Poems, B. 1017. 

Blob on the water, sh. 

a bubble, 154 46 
"Blober upon water. Booteillia.'*— 
Pa/sgrave. 

Blooke, 9h 158 4 

Blockhead, 8h. 206 5 

Blockman, sh. an archer, 20 24 

Blocky^, adf. 145 1 

Blood, «5. 155 47 

Bloodweede, 8b. pdygoHon, 52 32 

Bloome, $h. 162 31 

Bloome, v. 162 34 

BloUe, sh. lahe$, 176 21 

Blotte, V. 176 37 

Blonde, sh. blood, 216 46 

Bloudie, adf. 97 11 

Blondy, a^'. 113 3 

Blonme, sS. germen, 219 32 

Bloume, v. to bloom, 219 37 

Blunt, a<&'. 189 24 

Blushe, V. 193 43 

Blythe, adf. merry, 151 46 

Bob (^flowers, «^. a bnneh, 154 44 

Bobbe of leaves, sh. 154 45 

« A bob of grapys."— CVjM. Ang. 

Bodge,9.tobotch,topatch,156 29 

" Bodge or botch olde olothee. Sardo, 
SAT-ffuloet. 

Bodkin, nh. 133 26 



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Body, sh. 97 1 

Bodylye, adf. 99 40 

Boggajrde, <&. a Bpeotre, 80 11 

Bogge, sh: eharyhdis, 157 82 

Bold, adf. 160 22 
Bole of a tree, sh, corpus, 

stsmmaf 160 27 

'<A bole of a tree. Heo cadeo, ftc., 
nbi a stolke."— CWi. An^. 

Bolick, sh. serotumf 120 45 



«<Coame. a cod, bollock, < 


>r testicle." 


— " Coi^Mfe% 






Boll,«ft. «i/^? 


160 


8 


Bolster, #5. 


71 


20 


Bondage, sh. 


11 


5 


Bonde, sh. 


166 


89 


Bondman, sh. 


20 


25 


Bone, «&. 


168 


4 


Bonette, sh. a bonnet. 


86 


21 


Bony, adj. osseus. 


[102 
118 


40 
2 


Bonye, <w^'. bonny, 


102 


82 


Booke, sh. 


159 


15 


Bookbh, adf. 


144 


47 


Boone, sh. 


168 


31 


Boord, «8. a board, asscr, 


175 


15 




175 


16 


Boord, r. to board, to 






floor a house. 


175 


21 




175 


22 


Boose, sh. staU for cattle, 222 


17 



"Booc or boos, n6tysta]le.*'^/^rvmr//. 

Booste, sh. a box, pixtSf 222 19 
** Box or boyste. pixis." Prompt. Parv. 

Boote, sh. oersa, 178 23 

Boothe, sh. a stall, 178 40 

Booty, sh. praday 1 10 45 

Boolye, sh, partieepsy 111 7 

Borde, sh. 171 11 

Border, sh. 72 40 

Bore, sh. 174 2 

Bore, V. 174 25 

Borne, i^ar^. 172 22 



OOL. Lms. 

Borow, sh. a pledge, 180 10 

"Borowe or plegge. vas."— iVww/^. 
Parv. 

<<Borowe pledge or foertye. fidejus- 
sor."— ^«^rf. 

Borowe, v. to borrow, 180 40 

Borwen, sh. a hill, 60 89 

Bosse of a buckler, «^. 175 28 

Bosym, sh. the bosom, 131 88 

Botch, «5. W/w, 177 27 

"boU^ sh. pestxlmtia, 177 28 

Bote, sh. a boat, 177 45 

Boteman sh. a boatman, 20 26 

«* Botteman— battelier."— /Wjp^gwf/^-. 
*< Boteraans craft or science, navicu- 
laiia."— ^«/Wr. 

BoOie, adj. 177 85 

Botomofyame,^.^A>intM, 161 28 
Botom of y« water, sh. 

fundum^ 161 29 

Bottel, sh. a bottle, 55 40 

Bottes, sh. vermiruUio, 176 22 

*<Botte8, a sickenese in a horse."— 

Palsgrtwe. 
*< Bottes, disease amonge cattell.*' — 
HuloA 
Bottle, sh. ohha, 177 21 

Bottle of hay, sh. manip- 

ulus, 177 22 

"BoteUe of hey. {eoi!bMm."-^Prtmpt. 

Pafv. 
<< Bottel of hay. botteau de &yn.*'— 

Palsgrave. 
**To bind up hay in hMas:*'-Bard. 

Bouget, sh. serimohtm, 86 24 

** A bouget or bagge, that wherein any 
thing is kept" — Barrt. 

Bough, sh. 217 17 

Bought, |Mir/. 217 35 

Bought, sh. a fold, plait, 217 81 

'* Than draw streight >y dothe, and 

ley l^e boujt on he utter egge of be 

uke:'^J^ussfi/'sBakeo/^urturr, 

p. 129, L 189^ KE.T.S., 1867. 

Boughty, adf. full of 

boughts, 111 16 

" Gambre, crooked, boughty, bowed.*' 
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Boughj, adj. fiiil of 


OOL. 


UXB. 


boaghs, 


Ill 


17 


Bonld, adj, bold, 


219 


3 


Boole, sh. a bowl, 


218 


9 


Boole, V. mittere glohum^ 


218 


18 


Boole of a potte, %h. ansa, 


218 


10 


Boolne, r. to swell, 


219 


26 


<*To bolne. gliMere, inflare, tamere." 
— CViM. Ang. 


" I bowlne or vw^"^ Palsgrave, 




Boolt of a doore, sh. 


218 


29 


Boult tx> shoot, sh. 


218 


31 


Boontie, sh. 


109 


5 


Boonce, sh. a leap, 


220 


22 


Boonce of soond, sh. 


220 


23 


<* Bownoe, noyw or tbamp.' 


*^Htdod. 


Boonebe, sh. a boncb, 


220 


30 


Boond, sh. 


220 


33 


Boond, V. 


220 


42 


Boond, part. 


221 


3 


Boonder, sh. 


73 


33 


Boone, adj. ready. 


220 


13 


Boone, v. to make ready^ 


220 


3 



** Towirt Lowdoun thai bownyt thaim 
to ride." — Wallace^ quot. by Jamte^ 
son. 

Boonteoose, adj. 226 30 

Boord, sh. setmma, 224 12 

"A bourde. hie joens, (A."^Ca^.Ang, 

" Bourde or iporte." — Huloet. 

Boord, v.joearif 224 17 

** To bourde and jeite on some bodie» 
to tell merry jestea." — Baret. 

Boore, sh. eonekws^ 222 24 
**Abowre. hsoocondaTe." — Cath.Ang, 
"Bowre. salle." — Palsgrave. 

Boose, V. eaptarepediculosy 225 2 

Bootbe, sh. a booth, 230 2 

Bowable, adj. 3 8 

Bowe, sh. 179 24 

Bo Welles, sh. 56 17 

Bower, sh. 73 34 

Bowing, adj. Untus, 136 38 

Bownisb, adj. rudis, 145 12 



214 


7 


144 


45 


126 


44 


2 


1 


6 


32 


6 


33 


6 


46 


86 


22 


5 


40 



OOL. LDCK. 

Boy, sh. 
Boyish, adf. 
Brabil, v. to babble, 
Brable, v. to babble, 
Brace, sh. of deer, 
Brace, sh. of dogs, 
Brace, v. to embrace, 
Bracelet, sh. 
Brache, sh. canicula, 

'' Briohe,akyndeof houndee- brachet." 

^-Palsgrave. 
"A brache or biche."— ^anrf. 
♦« A brache or lytle hounde."— /Tm/^y/. 

Bracher, sh. a bracelet, 72 44 
'^Branelet, a l»aoelet, wristband, or 
braoer." — Co^rave. 

Brag, sh. a boast, 10 3 

Brag, 9. to boasty 10 15 

Bragger, sh. 72 25 

Bragget, sh. a drink, 86 27 

« Braget,drynke (braffot or braket}."— 
Prompt. Parv. (See Note.) 

Bragget, sh. a post, 86 29 

*'A Inra^^get or staie out out of stone 
or tuS)er in building to beare up 
the sommet or other part : in ma- 
sonrie they call it a corbell; in 
timber worke a shouldring or such 
like."— ^<?«r. 

Bragging, adj. 137 14 

Brake, sh. fern, 12 7 

"Brake, herbe or ferme. filix."— 

Prompt. Parv. 
" Brake, feme that groweth— ftisiere." 
— Palsgrave. 
Brake, sh. kneading troogb, 12 6 
" Brake an instrument. braye."^/'tf/x- 

grave. 
" Brake, for to worke dowgh or pest, 
mactra." — Huloet. 

Bramble, sh. a briar, 18 30 

Brambles, sh. briars, 124 28 

Bramlin, sh. the chaffinch, 133 36 

Bran, sh. 20 8 

Branche, sh. 22 26 

Brande, sh. 22 40 



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C0&. UNK. 

BrandiroDy sh, andena, 163 1 

"A brandiron or poenet. chytra/' Batrf. 

Brandish, v. 144 32 

Brant, a^\ steep, 25 6 

"A man may (I graant) sit on a brante 

hillside.^'— ^jr^mV Toxoph, 



Brasen, adj, 
Brasier, %h. 



62 16 

70 47 

Brasse, %h. 34 27 
Bratte, %h. a little clout 

or rag. A.S. hratt^ 37 6 
Bratte, v, panntcults eir- 

cumdare, 37 20 

Branle, v, to brawl, 43 47 

Brave, adf. 42 43 

Bravery, sh, 104 7 

Brawne, ih. 44 16 

Brayde, sh, impetus, vis, 197 27 

"Brayde or bastynease of mynde — 
coUe." — Palsgrave, 

Brayne, sh, a brain, 199 47 

Brayne, r. exeerehrare, 100 17 

Brayn8eke,«^./7Ar0n^tiMM, 54 36 

Brayn8ioke^.p^d»^kWi^l21 20 

Breade, sh. 205 33 

Breadth, sh. 52 36 

Breakable, adj. 2 25 

Breake, v. 206 46 

Breath, sh. 213 20 

Breath, v. 213 25 

Breawe, v. to hrew, 213 44 

Bredde, j9ar^. 48 36 

Bredth of a thing, sh. 206 27 

Breech, sh. 48 21 

Breede, v. 52 20 

Breefe, adj. brief, 53 10 

Breeme, adf. densusy 60 14 

" Ychone} blysse is breme and beate." 
--Allit. Poemsy A. 862. 

Brent, adj. hnmt, 66 13 

!91 39 

211 46 

Brested, great, adj. 213 4 

Breviarie, sh. 104 8 

Breviate, v. to abhreviate, 40 22 

Brewe, r. 94 23 



Bribe, sh. 
Bribe, v. 
Bribery, sh. 
Brick; sh. 
Brick, to bum, 
Brick, V. reeoXciWa/rSy 
Brickie, a^. brittle. 



OOL. LZHIt. 

113 28 

113 32 

104 9 

119 14 

120 24 

120 25 

121 43 

Bridale, sh. a marriage, 17 18 

Bride, «5. 116 40 

Bridge, sh. 116 32 

Bridle, «5. 116 27 

Bridle, r. 116 28 

Bridle bit, sh. 148 34 

Brigge, sh. a bridge, 118 37 

Bright, <«&•. 119 33 

Brim of a cup, sh. 131 25 

Brimstone, <S. 168 17 

Brine, sh. 139 4 

Bring, r. 135 32 

Brink of a river, sh. 138 10 

Brionie, herb, 102 5 

T> -xi I ^ ( 124 34 

iSnsUe, so. seta, i 147 SO 

Bristoner, sh. inhabitant 

of Bristol, 84 3 
Brit, «5. a turbot. Same 

as Birt, 148 36 
Britaner, sh. inhabitant 

of Britain, 84 5 

Brittayne, sh. a Briton, 200 45 

Brittil, adj. brittle, 129 4 

Broch, «&. a broach, 155 15 

Brocke, sh. beast, 158 5 

** A brokk. hie castor, hie bever, &o." 
—Cath. Ang. 

«* Brooke or badger, or graye beast, 
taxo."— ^K^rf. 

Brode, adj. broad, 156 24 

Broken, adj. 62 9 

Broker, sh. 71 21 

Brooke, sh. 159 16 

Brosten, adj. burst, 62 12 

**Brostyn, or broke. Fractos, ruptus.** 
Prompt. Parv. 

Brothe, sh. 177 32 

Brothelrie, sh. 103 34 

Brother, sh. 71 22 

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Broiherlike, adj. 
Brotherly, adj. 
Brouche, 9h, numiU^ 
Bioudie, adj. frnitfdly 
Brought, part. 
Broome, <5.hroom,/Mi#i^ 
Broome, sh. •eopa^ 
Broone, a^. ater, 
Broone, adj.fiueui^ 
Broone, v. to brown, 
Browe, sh. 

Broite, r. provufyare, 
Bront, ib. impetus, 
BroQt, part, bom^ 
Broshe, sh. perres^ 
Broshe, v. 
Broste, sh. a bristle, 

" BniBtyl of a iwyne. seta."- 
Parv, 

"AbnistyUe, ■eta.^-CWi. 
Brote, sh. a beast, 
Brute, sh. a romoor, 
Bryar, sh. 

Brydall, sh. a marriage, 
Biygantine, sh. ship, 
Brytane, sh. a Briton, 
Bubble, sh. 
Bubble, V. 
Bucke, sh. 

Bucket, sh. a beame. 
Bucket, sh. a veeiel, 
Buckle, sh. 
Buckle, V. 
Buckle, to, him, 
Budde, sh. 
Buffe, sh. leather, 
Buffe, sh. a buffle, bugle, 

'* Buffe, bugle or wylde oxe. 

Buffet, V. 93 35 

^^gfS^,9h.spe€trum,larva, 184 22 
Buggery, sh. 103 35 

Bugle, sh. a wild ox, 184 32 
" Biigleorbeite.bubalufl."/»nww/ Paf v, 
'*A bugylle. hio babuliu, i, aninuJ 



OOL. 1 


LDTB. 


122 


44 


100 


3 


216 


32 


97 


12 


217 


34 


219 


33 


219 


34 


220 


14 


220 


15 


220 


4 


179 


25 


196 


2 


189 


20 


189 


25 


193 


33 


193 


44 


194. 


15 


^Prompt. 


. Ang. 




195 


43 


195 


44 


209 


15 


13 


85 


139 


28 


19 


43 


181 


45 


182 


1 


184 


44 


86 


25 


86 


26 


185 


6 


186 


9 


185 


10 


182 


40 


183 


36 


183 


35 


bubalus." 



Bugle, sh. a horn, 


OOL. ] 

184 


LDm. 
33 


Buglosse, sh. herb, 


176 


36 


Building, sh. 


67 


26 


Bulfinche, sh. bird, 


134 


41 


Bulke, sh. thorax. 


187 


26 


<* Bulke of a man or beast, from the neck 


to the mjddle. thorax." 


—Hulod. 


BuU, sh. 


185 


17 


Bullace, sh. a tree, 


7 


11 


Bullace, sh. a fruit, 


7 


12 


Bullocke, sh. 


159 


10 


Bulrish, sh. a bulrush, 


144 


3 


«*BnU rysshe— lonc flaiian, jooc pa- 
XjuAx^.^^ —Palsgrave. 


Bum, sh. drink. 


187 


47 


"Bna, the tenn or Toyoe 


of infantes 


askpg drynke, englyssbed yf ye 
wyUe, Bumme."— ^«ii«f. 


Bum of a pipe, fh. ohhnaa 






fistula, 


188 


1 


Bunche, sh. hruseum, 


188 


46 


Bunohe of flowers, sh. 


188 


47 


Bundel, sh. 


55 


18 


Bnng^e^ v. 


189 


n 


Bonkin, sh. a bird. 


133 


32 


Bunkin, sh. a fellow. 


133 


33 


Bunne, sh. eroeotyrnm, 


188 


30 


Burden, sh. 


60 


40 



Borgmi, sh. gertnen, 60 41 

Burgen, r. genmnare, 61 21 

" Bnrgyn or bnrryn as trees, germino ; 

bnrgynnynge. germen."— /Vpm//. 

Pa»v, 

"I burgen, I put forthe, as a tree 

dothe his blossomes, je bourgonne.** 

'^Palsgrave. 

Burgesse, sh. 

Bume, V. urere^ 

Bume, V. ardere, 

Burnet, sh. herb, 

Burrage, sh. bugloss, 

'* Borage herbe." — /*rv/»/^. Parv.^ 

Caik, Ang., ffuloet. 
"Bonrage herbe. boroohe." PiaUgrmx, 
" Barrage herbe— bofraeh^ t'^—P^- 
grave. 



84 


45 


91 


14 


91 


15 


88 


6 


11 


6 



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CJOL. 1 

Boirey 9h. lappa, gK$, 190 


[JKS. 

13 


** A bnne. h«Bo bardona, h»c glii, 


b»c 


lappa."— C«//l. Ang, 




Bnrse, #5. a bourse, 191 


29 


Btme, r. imbursare, 191 


33 


Bury, i;. 106 


38 


Buiyall, #5. 14 
Boi^ of the hed, •». 


3 




casaries, coma, 193 


85 


« A bnshe of heare."-^tf fr/. 




«* Botth bedded, or be that hath a ( 


rood 


busab of beare, wel trymmed 
bynd.*'— ^i//<v/. 


be- 


Bnshe, sb. dumetum, 193 


34 


Bushel, 9h. 55 


19 


Busie, a4^ 108 
Buske, a. dumdum, 194 


23 


2 


«< Bnske or biushe. mbu, dumus 


t> 


Prompt, Parv. 




"A bnake, hoc arbuatmn, bio dmiraa, 


&c."-CtfM. ^«t^. 




Buskin, 9h. 133 


35 


Buskje, iKJr'. 99 
Bustard, bI. a bird, 30 


1 


12 


Butcher, »h. 71 


18 


Butcherie, tib. 103 


33 


BuUer, «3. 71 


24 


Butte, 9b, wea, 195 


13 


Butte, ewj. but, 195 


16 


Butte, r. 195 


20 


Butte of land, Bb.jugerum, 195 


14 


<< Butte of a lande. hunis, eria 


» 


ffuhet. 





Butte to shote at, sb. mda, 195 15 

''But, or bertel or byaelle. meta." — 
—Prompt, Parv, 

Buttel, 9b. mda, 55 20 

<< Bo^ne or batkelt. fines, limes, meta." 

—HuJoet, 
« Battel or bound of ^aak^u''—ffuloa, 

Butter, 9b. 71 25 

Butter, V. 78 83 

Butterie, 9b. 103 36 

Buttocke, 9b. eihrnu, 158 36 

Buttocked, great, ad^, 213 7 



OOL. UXK. 

2 



163 
84 

133 
:i62 

200 
96 
96 

113 

117 
96 
18 

124 
36 

143 



46 
37 
22 
33 

9 
10 
43 

1 
11 

4 
34 

2 

8 



Button, 9b, 
Buttresse, «5. 
Butwin, 9b, a bird, 

Buxome, adj. 

By, ode. nigh. 
By, prep, through, 
Byble, 9h. 

Byde, f^. to stay, abide, 
Bye, V, to huy. 
Byname, 9b. a nickname, 
Byndle, 9b, a bundle, 
Bypast, 

Byre, 9b. a cowhouse, 
'< It was laied to bis charge the driyyiig 
of kine bom to bis fitmer's byre. ' — 
BuUMs Dialogue^ 1678, p. 4. 

Byrlet, 9b, tyring for 

the hair, 86 47 

*« Bjrrlet or tyryn|;e for women, calan- 

Byshopship, 9b, 
Byside^ except. 
Byte, 9h, 
Byte, r. 
Byter, 9b. 

Cabage, 9b, bedde, dega, 
Cabage, 9b, a herh, 
Cabi^ V, to augment, 
Gabbon, 9b. a cabin, 
Cable, 9b. a rope, 
Cable, 9b. a horse, 
«0aballiis,ahor8e; vet in some partes 

of England they do call an bone a 

^ti!sA»r—Elyot. 

Cacke, i;. to go to stool, 5 23 

<<Oaekeorsbyte. eejoo:*—Iiuio€t, 

Cade, 9b. sheep louse, 8 25 

"A cade, bee domestioa ce^ yd domesti- 

coB a nm, ut ovisTel ayis domestica.'* 

—Cath, Angl, 

Cadesse, 9b, bird, 84 44 

<'Monedala; a diough or cadees.** — 

Efyot. 
** A cadesse or a dawe. monednla."— 
Baret. 



141 


19 


117 


23 


150 


46 


151 


7 


75 


27 


11 


10 


11 


15 


11 


28 


168 


13 


1 


85 


1 


86 



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Cadle, sh. caudle, 


OOL. ] 

9 


LDCS. 

8 


Cafinche, sh. bird, 


134 


42 


Cage, sh. 


10 


40 


Cake, sh. 


12 


8 


Calamint, sb. 


138 


47 


Calamitie, sh. 


109 


6 


Caldrone, sh. 


163 


5 


Cale, sb. (1, oolewort; 2 


> 




pttage), 
Calenge, v. to challenge, 


17 
65 


1 
36 


" I calenge a tbyng of dutye or 1 


to be 


myne owne. je calenge."— /Wr- 


grave. 






Calender, sh. 


79 


20 


Calfe, sh. 


16 


4 


Call,!^. 


12 


47 


Callenge, sb. a challenge, 


65 


37 


" Calenge or proTokyng to do armee. 


chalenge."— Po/i^fnicv. 






CaLoae, sh. 


16 


19 


Calme, adf. 


(16 
44 


25 
7 


Calme, to make, v. 


16 


26 


Caltrop, «5. aspur, 


169 


26 



**Caltrap of jryn, fote bortynge. 
banraB." — Prompt, Patv, 

"A ealle trappe; bio banras, bee 
pedica."— Ctf/i. Angl, 

** CbauBW-trape ; a caltrop, or iron 
en^e of war, made wiUi four 
pncka. or "sharp pointa, whereof 
one, howioerer it ia oast, ever 
standi upward; also tbe star- 
thistle (called also tbe water cal- 
tbrop, water-nut, 8aligot)."^CV?/- 
grtwe. 



Camel, sh. 


55 


21 


Camomil, sb. 


128 


25 


Campher, sb. 
Can, sb, a vessell, 
Can, r. to be able, 


72 
20 
20 


46 

9 

16 


CandelBtick, sh. 


121 


6 


Candle, sb. light. 
Candle, sh. not light, 
Cane, sh. a reed. 


23 
23 
18 


27 
28 
47 



COL. Liirx. 

Canel, sb. spice, 55 22 

**Oanel,sp7oe. cinamomam,amomuin." 
— Prompt. Patv, 

^ Canelle ; our modem cannel or cin- 
namon ."— Cotgravi. 

Canel, sb. a gutter, 55 24 

" Oanel or cbanelle in tbe weye. can- 

9^^*'— Prompt. Parv. 
"A oannd or channeL canal." — 

Shefwood. 

Canel, sh. "acanel of dogs," 55 23 

" Cannel for dogges. latibulum caiii- 
num," — ffuloet. 

Canker, sh. eangrenay 71 27 

Canker on iron, sb. 71 28 

Cankred, adf. ferruginosus^ 49 5 

Cankred, adj. froward, 49 6 

Canmeese, sb. canyass, 85 8 

Canonise, v. 148 14 

Canopie, sb. 103 4 

Cantel, sb. a portion, 55 25 

*'Cantell or sbyrer. cbanteau.*' — 
Palsgrave, 

Canterburiane, sb. an in- 
habitant of Canterbury, 20 1 
Cantle, sb. a portion, 26 19 

<< Of Floientys schdd a kantell 
He cleft tbourygbt*' 
—OctouianA' 1113, quoted in Prompt. 
Parv. ed. Way. 

Canveese, sb. canvass, 85 9 
Capacitie, sh. 109 7 

Capil, sh. a horse, 124 31 

"A oapylle. bic caballus."— Co/i. 
Angl. 

Caple, sb. a hdrse, 1 37 

"Capul, or caple, horse." — Pfompt. 
Pafv. 

CapoD, sb. 163 4 

Caponet, sb. a small capon, 93 47 

" A caponet or young capon."— .Sil/r- 
wood. 

Cappe, sb. a cap, piUuSy 26 41 
Cappe, sb. a cape, Mm^, 26 41 



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COL. LIMB. 

Capped, part. 51 33 

Captajme, sb. 200 46 

Capte, part, capped, 28 6 

Captiouse, a^'. 225 81 

Captive, sb. 152 46 

Captive, adf. 158 19 

Captive, r. eaptivare, 153 9 

Carbunde, ah. 189 6 

Carcase, sb, 36 46 

Carde, sb. 29 43 

Carde, to, woU, 30 4 

Cardinall, sb. 14 9 

Cardiziall, adf. 14 8 

Care, sb. 28 12 

Care, v. 28 20 

Careful, adf, 185 29 

Carelesse, adf. 91 2 

Cariage, «5. 119 

Caril, sb. a carol, 124 16 

Carke, sb. care, 31 42 

Carke, v. to care, 32 5 

Carle, 4^. a peasant, 32 18 

'* Cade or cborle, bondeman or woman.'* 
— Prompt. Pafv, 

Carlil, sb. the town, 124 18 

Carliah, adf. clownish, 145 3 
Carlocke, sb. a herb, 158 37 

"Carlok, herbe. enica."— /Vvm//. 
Pafv. 

Camalitie, sb. 109 8 

Camall, adf. 13 22 

Carote, sb. 178 15 

Carpe, sb. fish, 32 46 

Carpe, r. to talk, 33 3 

"I carpe (Lydpit). je cacquette, 

prim. oonj. This is a £irre northen 

"^ech^** "-Palsgrave. 

"Oarpyn or tallmi. fabulor, oonfkbolor, 

gamilo."— Aww//. Patv. 

Carpenter, sb. 79 21 

Caq>et, sb. 86 31 

Carre, sb. a car, 29 14 

Carrick, sb. a ship, 120 42 

"Canricke or greate sbippe. bacen- 

tanms cjrwnm.**^IMo€i. 
<< Carrayqe; the huge ship teanned a 
Camok "— r^^fwr/r. 



OOL. Lxint. 

Carrine,«&.acarca8e,carion,139 30 

'^Carrayne. tt^Yet.^-^Ifu/oet, 

Carry, v. 106 29 

Carte, sb. 33 21 

Carter, sb. 71 29 

Carve, v. to carve wood, 34 21 

Case, sb. a cause, 36 36 

Case of a bowe, sb. 86 35 

Casement, sb. 66 22 

Casket, sb. 86 34 

Castel, sb. a castle, 55 26 

Catavle, sb. cattle, 199 9 

Catche, v. 38 11 

Catchpoll, «&. a bailiff, 160 40 

Cathedrall, sb. 13 47 

CathoUcke, adf. 121 29 

Catte, sb. 37 7 

Cattel, sb. cattle, 55 28 

Caudel, sb. 56 33 

Caudel (ote), sb. 56 34 

Caudel (egge), sb. 56 35 

Caught, part. 45 2 

Caule, sb. a quill pen, 43 40 

"Acanle. hec canla e.*'CaM. ^fft^. 
Caule, sb. "the caule of 

the belly," 43 38 

" Tbe canl or kell wherein tbe bowela 
are wrapped; girbe."— 5'A«ncww/. 

Caule of the hed, sb. 43 41 

<' A oanle to oover the heare, as may- 
. dais doe/'-^Bara. - 
'^Were we not bom with cank upon 

our heads."— iS/cVr(i (014 Flajs, 

xiL 212). 

Caulgarthe, sb. hsrbariumf 34 10 
Caulme, sb. the dear fir- 
mament, 44 6 
Cause, sb. 44 39 
Cause, V. 44 44 
Cave, sb. 42 30 
Cavil, V. 126 47 
Cavill, sb. ealumnia, 124 36 
Ceare, v. 209 33 

'* I oeare a garment of s]r1ke or Telvet, 
u a taylomr doth with a ceryng 
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OOL. LUfS. 

Cearge^ sh. emui^ 210 85 

** Cerge, a wax tki^r-^ffaUiweU, 

Ceane, tib, a aieve, 21 1 7 

"A dene, a oolander, a ttsrainer, a 
dribble.** — Ainstvorth, 

Ceder tree, «^. 71 33 

Ceele, to, a house, eteihre^ 207 28 

^Ceelyii wythe syllore. oalo."— 
Prompt, Patv, (aee note). 

Gele, r. caHaire^ 69 31 

Celebrate, v. 40 23 

Celendine, nh. herb, 139 38 

GeleetiaU, M. 14 1 

CeUdon, »5. herb, 163 16 

Cellare, %h. 28 43 

CeUerer, %h. 79 22 

Cement, A. 66 45 

Center, %b. 71 34 

Centorie, A. herb, 103 37 

Centron, %l. herb, 163 17 

Ceremoniall, adj. 14 4 

Ceremonie, %h. 102 6 

Certayne, M. sure, 202 3 

Certayne, a<^'. some, 202 4 

Certen, ai^. certain, 62 10 

Cestemei «3. a cuteni, 82 2 

Chace, t^. 6 47 
Chafe, r. to chafe with 

fingers or hands, 9 45 

Chafe, t^. to fifet, 9 47 

Chafewort, %h. herb, 173 21 

Chaffe, «^. 9 13 

Chaffer,' »5. vMree%^ 71 35 

Chafter, ih, herb, 71 41 

Chalice, %h. 115 1 

Chalke, ^3. 16 9 

Chamber, %h. 71 37 

Chamblet, %b. doth, 86 37 

<< Chamblet. 07iiiatilis."-^»Av/. 

M A dhamblet garment"— ^arf A 

Champion, «&. 165 7 

Chance, «^. 21 6 

Chance, t^. 21 14 

Chanceler, th. a ohan- \ 71 42 

oellor, j 79 23 



OOL. Lxsnc 

Chandler, «&. 74 10 

Change, «5. 23 31 

Change, r. 23 32 

Changeable, o^*. 3 44 

Chanon, •&. eananieui, 163 18 

Chanon, •&. a gon, 163 19 

Chant, ff. to sing, 24 45 

Chanter, ah. 71 43 

Chiq>e, tb. firreium; F* 

ehappe, 26 30 

"Chipe of a aehethe. spiraU." — 

Prompt, Parv, 
^A obape of a knyfe. TomeUna."— 

CatJk, Angl. 

Chapel, 9h. 55 29 
Chaplayne, ah. 201 1 
Chaplet, A. 87 40 
Chapman, ^. a huckster, 20 27 
Chapter, d>. 71 38 
Charge, ah. 31 27 
Charge, v. 31 29 
Charger, ah. 71 39 
Chariotte, ah. 176 45 
Charitable, adj. 3 18 
Charme, »5. an enchant- 
ment, 32 26 
Charme, v. to enchant, 32 31 
Charmer, ah. 73 14 
Charter, ah. 71 40 
Chase, ah. 36 37 
Chase, v. 36 43 
Chastitie, ah. 109 9 
Chaste, v. to chastise, 36 23 
« To obaaty. caitigare."— CoM. An^. 

Chatte, i;. 37 23 

Chatter, v. 77 34 

Chauncel, ab. 55 30 

Chawe, v. to chew, 45 31 

'* I chawe, as a man or beest doth bit 
meate, or be swalowe it. je masobe." 
— Palsgrave. 

"Ma«Aier; to ohavor diew."— Oj/- 
grave. 

Chawebone, ah. 45 24 

**Gbawe bone--maekoTere." — Pals- 
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COL. UMB. 

Chawes, sb. the chops, 44 41 

Chayne, 9h. a chain, 200 1 

Chaynge, sb. 202 12 

Chajnge, t^. 202 14 

Ghajre, ib. 202 86 

Gheane, $b. chain, Umo, 208 17 

Cheane, ib, chain, catena, 208 29 

Cheape, v. to cheapen, 208 47 

'< I cheape, I demaimde the price of a 
tbjng that I wolde bye. Je mar- 
chande." — Palsgrave. 

«*To ohepe. taxare."— Ca/>l. Angi, 

Cheapable, a^\ 2 29 

Gheare, v. 209 84 

CheareAil, adf. 185 80 

Check, sb. 54 8 

Check, V. 54 12 

Cheeked, great, adf, 218 15 

Cheefe, adf. chief, 58 11 

Cheepe, v. pipUare, TO 12 

Cheese, sb. 98 11 

Cheke, 9b. the cheek, 54 20 

Cherish, v. 144 18 

Cherne, ib, a ohnm, 81 86 

Chervil, A. a herb, 124 19 

Chery, sb. 108 89 

Chery-tree, A. 108 88 

Chesil, 9b. eeltu, 124 20 

Chesnutte, «5. 195 25 

Chesse, 9b. 84 24 

Chest, 9b. 91 40 

Chesten, 9b. a chestnut, 60 42 

**Che0taii. hec balanus, hee oattania." 
— CflM, Angl. 

** Chesten or ohestnat"— ^x^m^. 

Cheren, 9b. a fish, 60 48 

•• Oheryn, a fyshe. cherenne." — Pa/s- 
grmte. 

** Monnier ; the cherin or chab-flBh.** 
— Co^rceve. 

Cheyiye, adj. chary, 106 45 

Chibol, 9b. onion, 160 14 

"Ohybolle,herbe. omoUqB."— Pn?»i/. 

Parv, 
'* Chebole, a young onyon. duol.** — 

Paisgrove. 



OOL. LIHK, 

Chicken, 9b. 60 44 

Chickweede, 9b. 52 81 

Chief man, 9b. 20 38 

Chieftayne, 9b. 200 47 

Chieftie, 9b. primatu9, 109 28 
"Gheiftye or cbeife goTemannee or 
Bupremaoy. primatns." — Huloet. 



Chil, a^. cold. 


128 


46 


Chil, to, with cold, 


128 


28 


Chinee, adj. stingy. 


184 


29 


Chincke, 9b. a chuik, 


188 


12 


Chine of a beast, 9b. 


189 


5 


Chinne, A. mmtum^ 


182 


42 


Chippe, 9b. 


140 


7 


Chirne, 9b. a chnm. 


142 


48 


Chime, v. to chnm. 


142 


44 


Chisel, 9b. 


55 


88 


Chits, 9b. pnlse. 


149 


8 



" A obit or obitcb pease."— .S'^noMM/. 

Chitterling, «5. wnatum, 185 48 

Chivalry, »5. 108 40 

Chives, 9b. herb, 152 25 

" Cbyre, an berbe. tiiQ.** ^Palsgrave. 

Choler, fib. humour, 71 44 

Cholericke, adj. 121 81 

Chop, to, herbs, 169 12 

Chough, 9b. bird, 217 18 

Choyce, 9b. 214 28 

Choyse, v. 216 8 

Chronickle, 9b. 122 9 

Chnbbe, 9b. bru9eum, 181 29 

Churche, 9b. 190 82 
Church garth, 9h, a church* 

yard, 84 4 

'* A kyrke-gartbe. hoc oimiterium." — 
Cath. Angl. 

Churchyeard, 9b. 210 22 

Chnrle, «5. 191 2 

Churlish, adj. 145 5 

Chume, 9b. 191 12 

« Chyme, vesselle. %vsM^**^Pivmp, 

Patv. 
" A obyme ubi a kyme." — Cath, Ang. 

Ghume, v. 191 16 

Churpe, v. to chirp, 191 24 



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COL. LIHS. 

Churtle, to chirp, 192 3 

Chyde, V. ' 117 2 

Chyld, ih. 130 13 

Chjldhead, ih. childhood, 206 1 7 

Chyldiflh, adf. 145 4 

Chyme of belles, sh. 132 21 

Chyttering, sb. omoium, 135 42 

Ciohe, sb. eicer, 11*5 28 

^' Chiches, poix ohiohet; debet, ohiohes, 
red cich, sheept^cioh-peaacm, a pulse 
that's somewhat less than the ordi* 
nary small pease."— CVn^nir^. 

Oig;net, sh. 87 36 

Circkle round, sh. orhis, 142 22 

Girde of Capricorn, sh. 142 24 

Circle (half), sh. 142 21 

Cirouite, «&. 196 5 

Circumcise, v. 148 15 

Circumspect, a^f* 48 6 

Cirkle, sh. 142 20 

Cirkle of Cancer, sh. 142 23 

Cirkle meridional, sh. 142 26 

Cirkle equinoctial, sh. 142 27 

Cissers, sh. scissors, 72 3 

Citche, sh. pulse, 150 13 

Citie, «5. ^t^, 109 10 

Citie, #^. w^ 110 16 

Citizen, sb. 62 7 

Cives, sb. herb, 152 26 

«• CyiTi, herbe."— /'r^iri^. Pafv. 

•*CiTes. cai^vi\a.**^Baref. 

Civiliane, sb. 19 26 

Clacke, v. elangitarSf 5 24 

Clag, V. to- stick, 10 16 

"To obstruct or cotct with mud or 
anything adhesiye."— ^fe/w^jwi. 

Claggye, adj. sticky, 98 27 

•* Jotteux ; claggy, clammy, cleaying." 
— Catgrave. 

dammye, adj. 101 38 

C^ppe hands, to, 27 13 

Clapper, sb. 72 1 

Clarke, sb, 31 43 

Clarye, sb. herb, 103 42 

Claspe, sb.fihtilQy 35 33 



COL. 


un. 


35 


36 


77 


37 


44 


40 


45 


20 


45 


30 


145 


13 


199 


37 


199 


38 


206 


47 



Claspe, r. 

Clatter, «. to chatter, 
Clause, sb. 
Clawe, sb. 
Clawe, V. 
Clayiah, adj. 
Clayme, sb. 
Clayme, v. 
Cleake, v. to snatch, 
'< Then drew be fiirtb ane scharp daffsir, 
And did him deik be the ooUar. 

— Lyndsay^ quot. by JamiesoM. 

Cleanlie, adj. 99 41 

Cledde, part, clad, 48 

Cleere, adj. 209 

Clefte, aij. 53 

Clegge, so. a fly, 53 

*' A degge flie. soUpuga." — Buret. 

Clement, adj. 67 14 

Clergie, sb. 98 

Clerke, sb. 81 

Cleve, V. 90 

Clewe, sb. glomus, 94 

"A clewe. globus, glomus."— CoM. 

"Clewe of thred. gUceau."— /Vii:r- 

grave. 
"A dew or bottom of thread."— 

Bartt. 

Clif, «^. a rock, 117 28 

QUft, sb. scissura, 117 43 

Clifty, adf. fertilis, 1 1 1 22 

Climate, sb. 39 25 

Climme, v. to dimb, 131 28 

Clinche, v. elingere, 134 33 

Cling, V. 135 35 

Clip, V. to embrace, 140 30 

Clip, V. to name, 140 31 

Clip, to, sheep, 140 29 

Clister, sb. 72 5 

Clivers, sb. herb, 72 4 
"CUyers or gostynge wede herb, 
rueba minor.— /Mwf. 

Clocke, sb. 158 6 

Clocke, sh. a beetle, 158 7 

Clodde, sb. a dot, 155 25 



87 

45 

3 

21 



24 

26 

9 

11 



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259 



COL. UNK. 

Clog, sh, a log, 157 30 

Clogge at y« foote, sh, 157 36 
Cloke, »h. 159 43 

Close, sh. fimdus, 221 40 

Close, adf. 222 2 

Close, V. 221 46 

Closet, sh. 86 35 

Clot, 9h. 176 23 

Clothe, ih. 177 33 

Clothe, V. 177 37 

Clothen, adf. pawnetu, 62 41 
Clotte, V. 176 38 

CloQche,«3.aclout,/H^niM,216 34 
Cloude, sb. 216 47 

Cloudy, adj. 97 13 

Cloune, sh. a down, 219 44 

Clout set on a garment or 

on a shoe, 9b. 
Cloute, %h. 
Clonte, V. 
doves, sh, spice, 
Clownish, adj. 
Cloy, V. 
Cloyster, sh, 
Cloysterer, %b, 
doysture, sh. a cloister, 
Cluh, sh. 

Cluster of grapes, sh. 
Cluster of nuts, sh. 
Clyent, sb. 
Clyffe, V. to cleave, 
Clyme, «J. 



Coaste, r 
Cobbel, sb, 
Cobler, sb* 
Coce, V, 



a dullard. 



228 

228 

228 

179 

145 

214 

72 

79 

192 

181 

72 

72 

^^ 

117 

132 

176 

55 

72 

155 



31 
34 

2 
11 
12 

6 
24 
34 
28 

8 

9 
23 
30 
20 

5 
34 
10 
17 



" To cope or coaae. cfunbire.' '^-Baret, 

Cockatrice, %b. 115 4 

Cocke, ab. bird, 158 8 

Cocke of dung, sb. 15810 

Cocke of hay, sb. 158 9 

Cockish, adf, lecherous, 145 2 

Cockle, sb. 159 13 

Cockle, V. to cherish, 159 14 
Cocknel, 9b, a cockney, 

ae0rBay ^b 37 



COL. LIMB. 

Cockome, sb. cockscomb, 161 30 
Cockrel, 9b. paluater, 55 36 

Cockrell, ab. gaUiculua, 58 1 

''As cokerelle. hie gallinacius." — 

CatA. Angl. 
** A oockrell or yoong cocke. gallica- 

lus.**— ^tfr^. 
'* Hestondeau ; a cockerel, or great 

cock-chick/ ' — Cotgrave, 

Cockrow, 9b. crowing of 

a cock, 180 13 

Codde, 9b. fish, 155 26 

Codde, 9b. a cushion, 155 27 

"A cod. hoc cerrical, hoc pnlvinar, 
&c., nbi a qvysshyn." — Catk. Angi. 

Codde of a beast, 9b. 
94>rotumi 155 33 

«< The cod or cods of a man or beast.*' 
Sherufood. 

Codde of peason,«^.M7a^tMi, 155 34 

« Ck>dde or huske of anye tbynge."— 

ffuloet. 
** Codde of a beane or pease, escosse." 
—Palsgrave. 

Codde, to, peason, 155 37 

Coffer, «J. 72 11 

CofiOin, 9b. a coffer, 133 39 

Coffjm, 9b. a pie, 133 40 

'' And of the paste a coffin will I rear, 
And make two pasties of yonr shame- 
Ail beads.*' 
— Tilus Androniois^ act v. sc. 2. 

Cognisant, 9b. 25 26 

'* A cognisance or badge, insigne." — 
Baret, 

Coheyre, sb, 203 1 

Cold, 9b. 160 19 

Cold, adj. 160 23 

Cole, cold, 9b. coal, 160 28 

Cole, bote, 9b. live coal, 160 29 

Colericall, adj. 14 5 

Coleworte, 9b, herb, 173 19 

Colick, sb, coUea, ]20 44 

Colier, sb. a collier, 72 12 

Collaire, sb, ^8 44 



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IKDKX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Colledge,«ft. 


OOL. 

52 


LWB. 

1 


College, th. 


54 


2 


GoUer, ih. 


71 


45 


GoUigumisee, f». 


147 


14 


CoUip, ih. cremmm^ 


140 


85 




1 


8 


Coloure, si. 


222 


46 


Coloure, v. 


223 


32 


Coltish, adj. efirenus, 


145 


7 


Comei $b. a oomb| 


161 


21 


Come, V. to oomb, 


161 


25 


Comedy, «*. 


96 


45 


Comelje, Mff. 


99 


42 


Comentarie, $h. 


108 


48 


Comfort, r. 


178 


86 


Comforfce, $h. 


173 


20 



Comfortfdl, adf. eamokh 

hunduB, 185 81 

Comicall, a^\ 14 10 

Commend, v, 65 21 

Commit, v. 149 40 

Commissioner, ib. 80 44 

Commodioose, adf. 225 41 

Commoditie, sh. 109 11 

Common, sh. ^ompascuumf 163 7 

Companie, sh. comUatus, 102 7 

CompaBieySh.eomm0rciw!^lO2 S 

Companion, sh. 165 8 

Comparable, adf. 8 14 

Comparison, sh. 168 8 

Compasse, sh. 84 40 

Compasse, p. 34 45 

Compendionse, atff. 225 32 

Compile, v. 131 18 

Complajnant, sh. 25 28 

Complaynte, sh. 202 24 

Complete, 89 27 

Complexion, sh. 165 9 

Comprebende, v. 65 33 

Conceyve, v. 204 17 

Concile, t^. to reconcile, 131 14 

Conclude, v. 183 26 

Concordant, adf. 25 47 

Concorde, sh. 171 16 

Conoonrse, sh. 224 S6 

Cononbine, sh. 189 29 



Condesoende, v. 
Condioi<mall, adf. 
Cooditi sh. 

Condition, sh. 



66 20 

14 6 

149 26 

(164 82 

(165 10 

Conditi<m, v. 164 89 

Confectore, i^. oonfSoctioni 192 13 

Confederade, a. 96 19 

Confessioniste, sh. 147' 16 

Confessoor, sh. 228 7 

Confidence, sh. 68 89 

Confirme, v. 142 40 

Conflickt,<». 122 16 

Conflickt, V. eonJUg^re^ 122 18 

Confonne,<MJf'.conformablebl72 15 

Conforme, v. 172 10 

Confound, r. 221 9 

Confuse, adjf. confused, 195 8 

Ccmger, sh. fish, 72 18 

Congruence, sh. 68 40 

Congruent, adj. 68 26 

Conjecture, sh. 192 12 

Conjugate, v. 40 24 

Conjure, v. 193 8 

Conquest, sh. 92 18 

Conquest, v. 92 22 

Conscience, sh, 63 41 

Conserre, v. 83 11 

Consiste, v. 147 24 

Constable, sh. 2 5 

Constable of an hundred, sh. 2 7 

Constance, sh. constancy, 21 27 

Constitute, v. 196 15 

Constraynte, sh. 202 25 

Consul, sh. 185 25 

Contagiouse, at^. 225 83 

Contaminate, v. 41 83 

Conteyne, v. 201 43 

Continence, sh. 63 42 

Continew, v. to continue, 95 14 

Continuall, adf. 14 7 

Contort, |Kir^. contorted, 178 44 

Contract, sh. 6 18 

Contract, v. 6 22 

Contrariouse, a^. 225 84 

Contrary, adf. 106 42 



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261 



ContraTersiey $h, 
Gontribatarie» «(. 
Contribatey v. 
Oonyenienty aty. 
Conyenticklei th. 
Convert, v. 
Oonm sh. a rabbit, 
Gooke, sb. 
Oookerie, 9h. 
Coolei adf, 
Ooolei r. 
Coote, $h. a birdy 



COL. LIMB. 

108 10 

103 44 

190 27 

69 10 

123 10 

82 82 

102 9 

159 17 

108 46 

161 15 

161 12 

178 24 

"Coote, byrde. mergof, fWHot.**— 

Prompt, Pafv, 
**Ootfe; a ooofe or mowhoi.'' — Coi" 

grave. 

Cop <m a bird's headi 9%. 
erutaUf 169 3 

'' The ooppe <m a Inrdes head, erista." 
^Bara. 

Cope, $h. sacred Yestment, 1 69 42 

Cope, V. 170 1 

Coperonse, $h. copperas, 225 8 

Copie, «&. eopia^ 103 3 

(hpiBf 9h. exemploTt 1^^ ^^ 

Copiouse, My\ 227 8 

Cople, 9b. a couple, 124 88 

Goppe of a cap, 9h. apex, 169 2 

** Oreste ; a crest, oop, oomb ; alM a 
toft or little plmne ftandiog oa the 
top of."— CVwjfww. 

Copper, 9h. 72 15 

Copped, adf. erutatiu^ 49 7 
Copple, 9h. a couplci 170 11 
Copple, V. to couple, 170 14 
Coppresse, 9b. copperas, 84 47 
Copwebbe, 9b. a cobweb, 47 8 

<'Ck)pwebbe. araigniee." — Paisgrave. 
Corall, »^. 13 7 

Corbel, «3. 55 27 

*< Corbell of a roflte. tigilhis.*'— iVxm/. 

Coide, t&. 171 12 

Cordweiner, 9b. 79 25 

Gore of an aple, A. 174 6 

Coriander, 9b. 80 46 



Gorier, 9b. a carrier, 
Corke, 9b. 
Come, 9b. 
Comer, «(. 
Comet, A. pipe, 
Corporall, oijf'. 
Correct, v. 
Gorrupte, t^dj. 
Corrapte, v. 
Corse, 9b.perk(m%um, 
' <*Gone of a gyvdalL 
gnttfe. 

'< Cofit gyrdle. owtOM. 
Oorse, «i. a corpse, 
Oorsye, atff* corpulent, 

"Cony, corpvleBtns.** — < 

«C0f87f(B,t0ftlIl of 



ooL. Limm. 

73 10 

171 80 

172 18 
72 18 
86 32 
14 11 
47 38 

190 2 

189 47 

172 42 

tim ••— iWf- 

'--HuloH. 

172 43 

108 24 

CMk. Angi, 

'-^PaU- 



Cosbaude, 9b. miiyiama, 48 35 

The English Tord eovstrd is explained 
by the Latin wora mirgizoy so, per- 
haps, cosbaude is a female coystrd. 
Mtfgnuf is probably intended for 
murgisOf whidh is explained in 
Ainsworth's Diet as <*an idle or 
BlofhM lidlow, a shifter, or crafty 
eomptnion ; " aadia Booimge^ Gloss, 
as *<eallidiii mamnrator, irrisor, 
iUnsor." 

Costage, 9h expence, ' 11 16 

Costs, «». 175 42 

Oo^adf. 175 43 

<< Cost, snnptiis.'*— CVH^ Angi. 

Costs, V. 176 6 

Costif, «<&•. 117 40 

CostiTC, «<&•. 153 44 

Costly, tf<fr. 99 43 

Oostmary, sJ. 103 47 

Goamographj, 9b. 97 42 

Cote, «^. a coat, 177 46 

Cote, V. to coal^ 178 9 

Goted, part, coated, 51 84 

Cottage, 9b. 118 

Cotton, 9b. 168 9 

Goucbe, 9b. 216 35 

Oonche, to, downe, 216 89 

Geuche, to, nigb together, 216 87 



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INDEX OF EHOLIBH WORDS. 



COL. umc. 

CJough, «*. 217 19 

Conk of an opple, sb. core 

of an apple, 217 45 

** Til a roQiide appel of a tre 

pat eren in mfddea baa a eolke. " 

^HampoUsP. ofC.fA. Morrii, IL 6444-6. 

Could, th, a cold, 218 35 

Could, ^'. cold, 219 4 

Could, to be,— cold, 218 45 

Coult, t^. a colt, 218 30 

Coulter, «3. a ploughshare, 72 21 

Counsayle, sh. cormlium, 199 10 

Counsayle, r. 199 24 

Count, p. 221 16 

Countenance, 9h, 21 26 

Countermure, sh. promu- 

rale, 192 16 

*' Coontremare to a fortresse or oampe. 

agger, mB.^—Ifii/oif, 
" Contr'escarpe ; a oountenoarfe or 
countermure in a fortified town.*' 
— Cotgrave. 

Counterpoynt, sh. 215 41 

Countesse, sh. 85 10 

Countie, sh a shire, 109 13 

Countretayle, ah, aniteopa, 1 99 11 

«< Countretayle. anteoopa.'*— ^«/<¥^. 

Countrey, sh. 103 45 

Countye, sh, an earl, 109 12 

Coupe, sh, a pen, 221 26 

Couples, sh. 124 37 

Cour, to, aa milke — ^to 

cuidle, 224 18 

Courage, sh. 117 

Couragiouse, adf, 225 36 

Courd of milke, sh, a curd, 224 1 3 

Coure, V. to crouch, 222 28 

«* Conare; to hatch, to oovie, to brood, 
to dt, to squat or coure as a hen 
oyer ber chickens."— /7<''w, /to/. 
Diet 



Course, sh. 


224 


34 


Course, adj. coarse, 


224 


39 


Course, v. 


224 


38 


Courser, sb. 


72 


22 


Courtier, sh. 


72 


23 



Courtiouse, adf. 


COL. 

225 


LIKK, 

42 


Courtlye, adf. 


99 


44 


Cousin, sh 


133 


38 


Cousinship, sh. 


140 


45 


Covenant, sh. 


25 


25 


Cover, sh. 


76 


10 


Cover, V. 


77 


46 


Coverlet, sh. 


86 


36 


Covetouse, ad^'. 


226 


35 


Cowaide, sh. 


30 


13 


Cowaxdish, adf. 


145 


14 


Cowe, sh. 


179 


26 


Cowgarth, sh. 


34 


18 


Cowhouse, sh. 


225 


23 


Cowish, oA'. 
Cowslip, so. 


145 


9 


140 


36 


Coy, adf. 


214 


16 


Coy, to be. 


214 


14 


Coyfe, sh. 


214 


34 


Coyish, adf. 


144 


46 


Coyle, V. 


214 


41 


Coyne, sh. 


215 


14 


Coyne, r. 


215 


18 



Coystrel, sh. a worthless 
person, 55 39 

*< He*s a coward, and a coystril that 
will not drink to my niece." — 
TweifiA Night, L 3. 

Coyte, sh. a quoit, 216 17 

"Acoyte. palet"— Owf^vinv. 
'•Coyte to play with, palef - PaU- 
grave. 

Coyte, V. ' 216 18 

'* I coyte, I play with a coyting stone, 
je joue au palet " — Palsgrave. 

Crab, sh. apple, 1 11 

Crab, sh. tree, 1 13 

Crab, sh. fish, 1 15 

Crabbed, adj. froward, 4? 9 
Crache, sh. a crib, 5 42 

** Crybbe, or cracche, or manger." — 

Prompt. Patv. 
" Cratch for horse or oxen, ereobe." — 

Palsgrave. 
" Crescbe ; a oratcb, raek, or crib."— < 
Ccigrave, 



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263 





COL. 1 


[JMS. 


Craoke, r. orepitarej 


5 


25 


Cracked, adj. 


49 


10 


Cradle, sh. 


9 


6 


Craft, 9h. canning, 


9 


28 


Crag, sh, a rock, 


10 


5 


Crambil, v. to creep. 


126 


42 


Crape, ih. 


26 


42 


Cranio, r. to crawl. 


44 


1 


Crave, v. 


42 


35 


Creature, sh. 


192 


10 


Credible, adj. 


114 


2 


Credil, 9b, a cradle. 


124 


40 



"Credel or cradel. crepnndium."— 
Prompt. Parv, 

"Acredylle hec cuna.'*— CoM. i^i^^. 
Creepe, r. 70 13 

Creke, sh. crick, ^«ura, 54 21 
Creket, sh. a cricket, 87 47 

** A crekett. hie grillus."— CojCA-^w^/. 
Crease, 9h. 84 29 

Crest, sh. 91 41 

Crevisse, sh. fish, 143 28 

" Creveys, fysshe. polipns.*' — Prompt 

Parv, 
** Grerice fyshe. cammanu." — HtdoH. 

Crewe, nh, aU^rva, 94 12 

Cribbe, t^. a stable, stall, 113 13 
Cribe, 8b, a sieye, 118 29 

"A orible or sieye. cribrum."— 
Minsheu, 

Cribe, V. oribrare, 113 33 

Crick, sb, diseasf, 118 15 

Crick, ab. rima, 118 16 

Crimbil, v. to crumble, 127 2 

Crimble, r. to crumble, 1 32 2 

"Crymplyn or lymplyn. mgo." — 

Prompt* Parv, 
" I crym breed in a dyashe. jesmye.*' 

—J^alsgrave, 

Crime, r. criminarif 132 30 

Criple, ib, a cripple, 141 27 

Crocke, sb, sheep, 158 14 

" Crok : an old ewe, one that haa giyen 
over bearing."— ^*r/ww«i. 

Crooodil, sb. 128 31 



Croks of a house, sb, 

hijuges, 153 15 

** Crocks, two crooked timbers of 
natural bend, forming an arch seen 
in old buildings."— ^/i/^nM!//. 

Crooke, sb, ahooke, 159 18 

Crop of a bird, « J. 168 47 

" Croppe or craye of a byrde. ingluvies." 

--Huloet, 
" Jabot ; the craw, crop, or gorge of a 

bird."— Cotgrave. 
"Croppe of a byrde. poche."— /*<i/f- 

grave. 

Cropper, ib, 72 17 

Crosse, %b. 175 30 

Crosse, v, 175 33 

Croune, sb. a crown, 219 45 

Croune, v. 220 6 

Crouse, %b. a cruise, 224 44 

Crowe, sb. 179 27 

Crowne of the head, sb, 219 46 

Crowner, sb. a coroner, 72 19 

" Crownere or oorownere. coronator." 
Prompt, Parv, 

Cruce, sb. a cruise, 182 9 

Cruciate, v. to torment, 40 25 

«He cruoiatefh himself with the 
thought of her."— ilfaif in the 
Moone^ 1609. 

Crucifye, v. 98 1 

Crudde, v, to curdle, 182 46 

" To crudde. coagulare." — Cath.Ang. 

Cruddes, sb. ourds, 182 45 

" Cheese or cruddes of milke turned.'* 
Baret. 

Crum, sb. a crumb, 188 2 

Crum, V. to crumble, 188 3 

" Crumm brede or ofer lyke. mico." — 

Prompt. Parv, 
<« To crumme small, to breake in small 

pieces."— -fftffjrf. 
*'£ffirouer; to crum, crumble, break 

▼ery small." — Cotgrave, 

Cruse, sb. a cruise, eofn- 

thorns, 194 37 



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INDBX OP BHOL18H WOKSM. 



Cnute, $h. 
Croste, 9. 
Grastji adf. 

Cratohe, 9h. 



OOL. UKS. 

194 17 

194 22 

111 9 

(182 39 

Cry, $h. clamor, 103 15 

Crjj $h. proolamation, 108 16 

Cry, V. 103 17 

Ciye, r. to proclaim, 103 18 

Cubbe, sh. 181 27 

Cnckowe, sh. 180 12 

Cudde, sh. rumsn, 182 41 

^ Ondde, of bertyi ohewjngt. nuien.*' 
-^Prompi. Parv, 

Cnddey to chawe— to chew 

the cud, 182 47 

Cndwort, sh. herb, 173 22 

Cuffe, sh. a bnffBt, 183 37 

Coffe, V. eolaphhmrSf 184 3 

*<To coffe; donner de fonfBets.'— 

Sketwood. 
^ I enffe one, I pomeU hym abcnt Vbs 

Colpen, 8^. a portion, 163 20 

"Cnlpown, onlpyn. ddpimi, sciflmira." 
^Prompt. Parv. 

Cmn, r. to come, 188 5 

Cnmber, if. 77 44 
Gimne, to, lesson — to con 

a lesson, 188 40 

" To canne. scire, ^. uH to con."— 

Cath. Angi. 
«To ennoe or letrat perlBtUj."— 

Baret. 

Cunnerye, sh. kporannm, 104 10 

*' OooBypgere or ooBnynge erthe. eimi* 
oolanum."— />n»»//. Pat v. 

Cunning, sh. 136 8 

Cunning, adf. 136 39 

Cunt, sh. vukm, 189 18 

Cuppe, sh. 189 32 

Cuppk, sh. a couple, 190 7 

Cure, sh. 192 6 

Cure, V. 192 7 

Cnrfle, sh. the curfew, 190 41 



Curie, V. 


OOL. 

191 


UVB. 

4 


Curled, adj. 


49 


11 


Curre, sh. a dog. 


190 


14 


Currish, adf. doggish, 


145 


6 


Curry, to, an horse, 


106 


28 


Curse, f». 


191 


80 


Curse, «. 


191 


84 


Curta]ie, sh. eurUttm^ 


199 


18 


Curtayne, sh. 


201 


3 


Custaide,t^. 


30 


28 


Custodie, sh. 


97 


3 


Customable, adj. 


3 


45 


Cutpurse, sh. 


191 


38 


Cutte,r. 


195 


21 


Cyeorie, th. 


103 


41 


C^ba]l,«(. 


13 


39 


Cynamon, sh. 


163 


6 


Cypher,*^. 


71 


46 


Cyte, V. to cite. 


151 


10 



Dace, sh. a fish, 6 34 

Dad, sh. a father, 7 28 

Dadder, v. to tremble, 77 47 

« To dadir. fUgocio, ke. nbi to whake." 
—Cath. Angi. 

Da&dn, sh. 128 26 

Dafte, adj. doltish, 9 33 

Dag, sh. tormmUiolumj 10 6 

"A dag. tormentiolnm." — Bard. 

*< A great (honeman't) dagge. pistole." 
'^Shffwood. 

Dagger, sh. 72 24 

Dagswayne, sh. a blanket, 201 12 

''Daggeewayne. ganaape.** — Hulod. 

" Daggyiweyne. lodix."— Prompt. 
Patv. (see note). 

Dale, sh, a little yalley, 17 2 

Daliance, sh. 21 28 

Dallie, v. 99 35 

Damage, sh. fl 11 

Damage, v. 11 29 

Damaske, s^. 35 24 

Dame, sh. a lady, 17 30 

Damme, «^. a mother, 18 19 

Damme, sh. a sluice, 18 21 

Damsin, sh. a damson, 133 28 



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COL. UKS 

Bamsyl, ih. a damsel, 124 41 

Dance, $1. 21 7 

Dandil, v. to dandle, 127 19 

Dandle, v. 28 25 

Dangerouse, adf. 225 37 

Dankish, adf. we^ 145 22 

Danrafre,«^.dandrif^8Ciuf,184 7 

Dare, v. 28 21 

Darfe, adf. stubborn, 31 22 

^^DarfiB: hard, nnbendiBg, enieL" — 
HalliweU. 



Darke, adj. 


32 


2 


Darling, ib. 


185 


44 


Darte, zl. 


33 


20 


Darte, r. 


33 


30 


Dashe, zl. 


35 


5 


Dashe,!?. 


35 


7 


Dastarde, nl. 


30 


14 


Date, 9h. tbe fruit. 


39 


5 


Danbe, v. 


43 


26 


Daugh, 9b. dough. 


45 


22 


Daughe, ih. dough, 


45 


9 


** Daghe. bee pasta."- 


'Cath. Angl, 


Daughter, ih. 


72 


30 


Dauke, %h. a weed. 


44 


36 


Daunce, r. 


21 


15 


Daunger, %h. 


72 


26 


Daunger, r. 


77 


28 



Daw, %h. dough. A.S. dak, 45 22 

Dawbe, v. 43 25 

Dawe, %h. bird, 45 21 

Dawning, ih. 135 46 

Day, %h. 196 34 

Daylie, adj. 99 45 

Deace, %h. table, 204 32 

<* Tbe daii, deas or deii, waa the mwr 
and of the hall where the high 
table stood." — A<v<v>^V Churxk 
Furniture. 

Deacon, sh. 163 10 

Deaconship, sh. 140 46 

Dead, adj. 206 2 
Deade, sh. haeea. Appa- 
rently a mistake for 

Beade, 205 32 



.COL. Lisa. 

Deadlye, adf. 99 46 

Deafe, adf. 206 38 

Deafe, to be, 206 34 

Deale, th. a portion, 207 15 
*• Dele or part, poroio." — Promp»Parv. 

Deale, a greate, 207 38 

Deale, a little, 207 37 

«(Tantiiiet a little, imaU deal, poor 
qoantitj, nerer so Uttle.'' Cotgrave. 

Deale, r. to distribute, 207 29 

Deare, ih. a deer, 209 16 

Deare, adj. 209 46 

Deare, v. to hurt, 209 35 
•* I dere, I hnrte. je niiyi»"— /Wf^vtiw. 

Deame, adj. dtrui, 211 4 

«< Bj man^ a deme and pai^d perch." 
'^PertcUs in. Indnot. 

Debate, ih. 89 26 

Debate, h. 39 34 

DebiMtye, ih. 109 14 

Debonare, adj. courteous, 29 10 

Deceiptful, adj. 186 45 

Decent, adj. 67 12 

December, ih. 79 26 

Deceme, v. to discern, 82 8 

Deceyt, ih. 204 6 

Deceyve, v. 204 16 

Decise, v. to diacuss, 148 11 
'* Decise or diacnse a matter, deeido." 
^ffuUet. 

Deck, V. 54 13 

Declame, v. 18 9 

Declare, v. 28 37 

Dedyne, r. 139 42 

Decree, ih. 46 35 

Decree, v. 46 39 

Dedicate, v. 40 6 

Deede, ih. 52 9 

Deele, ih. a portion, 59 17 

Deeme, v. 60 16 

Deepe, a^. 70 20 

Defaee, v. 7 16 

DeMe, V. 9 1 

De&lt, ih. 16 42 

Defamable, adf. 3 12 



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1NDXX OP ENGLISH WORDS. 



COL. LUIV. 

18 10 

212 31 

47 83 

163 13 

63 24 

63 25 

65 6 

153 27 

106 43 

77 30 

126 37 

131 11 

223 33 

172 12 

49 33 

43 34 

21 29 

139 43 

41 35 

46 36 

111 5 

3 19 

(40 1 

(41 14 

83 15 

83 16 

21 30 

133 43 

183 24 

59 13 
151 30 

23 2 

208 39 

79 27 

192 17 
153 29 

193 18 

60 28 
41 34 

220 25 

33 44 

82 37 

192 19 

205 21 



" Depeaohe. absoluo, wmitto."— 
ffuUet. 



Defame, r. 
Defeate, v. 
Defeote, sh. 
Defectiye, adj. 
Defence, nh, defnmOf 
Defence, sh. apologia^ 
Defend, v. 
DefensiTe, adj. 
Defensory, adf. 
Defer, v. 

Defil, V. to defile, 
Defile, V. 
Deflowre, r. 
Deforme, r. 
Defonned, adj. 
Defraude, v. 
Defyance, bI. 
Define, r. 
Degenerate, r. 
Degree, sh. 
Deintie, adj. 
Delectable, adj. 

Delicate, adj. 

Deliver, v. liberare^ 
Deliver to one, v. 
Deliverance, 9b. 
Delphine, ab. a dolphin, 
Delude, r. to mock. 
Delve, V. 
Delyte, v. 
Demande, sh. 
Demeane, r. 
Demeaner, sh. 
Demeanure, sh. 
Demonstrative, adj. 
Demure, adj. 
Denne, tb. 
Denominate, r. 
Denounce, v. 
Depart, v. 
Departe, v. 
Departure, sb. 
Depeache, v. abiohterSf 



OOL. UVK. 



Depend, v. 


65 


7 


Depose, v. 


222 


7 


Deprive, r. 


163 


5 




196 


6 


Depute, V. 


196 


11 


Deputie, ib. 


109 


17 


Derivate, r. to derive, 


40 


8 


Derivative, adj. 


153 


45 


Derive, v. 


153 


10 


Derogs^, r. 


40 


10 


Derth, sb. dearth, 


82 


47 


Deryde, v. 


117 


18 


Descend, v. 


65 


12 


Describe, v. 


113 


36 


Descrive, v. to describe. 


153 


6 


" I dewaryTe, I declare the fkojona or 


manen of a thynge.*'— 


'Palsgrave. 


Desert, tb. 


82 


40 


Deserve, r. 


83 


12 


Desiste, r. 


147 


25 


Despice, r. 


115 


18 


Despiteful, ad§. 


187 


2 


M,14 


12 


Despoyle, v. 


215 


9 


Destenie, sb. 


102 


11 


Destil, V. destaiare, 


127 


4 


Destil, V. perstringere^ 


126 


38 


Destribute,r . to distribute, 1 96 


14 


Destroy, r. 


214- 


20 


Detect, V. 


47 


41 


Detracte, v. 


6 


23 


Devil, sb. the devil. 


124 


22 


Devil, sb. a demon. 


124 


21 


Devise, v. 


148 


12 


Devoure, v. 


223 


34 


Devout, adj. 


229 


4 


Dewe, sb. ros, 


94 


10 


Dewe, part, due. 


94 


36 


Dewtie, sb. oMeium, 
Dewtie, sb. dsbitum, 


109 


18 


109 


19 


Dewtiful, adj. 


187 


1 


Dezteritie, sb. 


109 


20 


Deyntye, sb. 


109 


15 


Diademe, sb. 


60 


19 


Dialoge, sb. a dialogue, 


157 


41 


Diamonde, sb. 


166 


38 



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COL. LXNK. 

Dibbe, r. to dip, 113 16 

Dihhle, sh, pastinumy 113 21 

Dice, sb. 114 28 

Dice, V. to play with dice, 114 40 
" Dyc3rn or pley wythe dycys. aleo." — 
Prompt. Patv, 

Dietarie, «5. 104 1 

Differ, r. 77 29 

Difficulte, adj. 187 40 

Digest, V. 92 23 

Digg^, V. fodere, 119 3 
Dight, V. par are, A. 8. 

dihtan, 119 26 
« I djght, I dresse a thynge. jabille." 
FcUsgrave, 



Dignitie, sh. 



i 109 21 
(112 26 
Digresse, v. 85 37 
Dike, «i. a ditcb, 122 21 
Dike, r. to ditch, 122 29 
Dil herbe, $h. anethum, 123 17 
Dilapidate, v. 41 36 
Dilate, f. 39 35 
Diligent, adf. 68 28 
Dimilaance, sh, a horse- 
man, knight, 21 31 
<*A dimilanoe or light horseman, or 
his horse. Ytlet,"~-Bafrt. 

Diminish, v. 144 15 

Dimme, v. 131 29 

Dine, r. 139 16 

Dinner, sb, 72 28 

Dint, sb. impetus, 138 46 
** Dent, dint ; affection, regard, faronr- 
able opinion." — Jamieson. 

Diocesse, sh, 85 1 

Dip, V. 140 19 

Dipthong, sb. 167 10 

Direct, v. 47 39 

Dirt, sh. 143 1 

Dirtie, a(^'. HI 1 

Disappoynte, v. 215 42 

Disarde, sh. a down, fool, 30 15 

** Disard in an enterlnde. pantomimns.** 
—Huloet. 

*'A disard feining and oonnterfaitbg 
all mem gestures, a gester.*'— ^^ir^. 



Disburden, r. 


OOL. 

61 


umt. 
40 


Disburse, v. 


191 


41 


Disceme, r. 


82 


9 


Discharge, sh. 


31 


30 


Discharge, v. 


31 


32 


Discipil, sb. 


128 


32 


Disciple, sb. 


141 


29 


Discipline, sh. 


139 


33 


Disclose, r. 


222 


8 


Discomfeyture, sh. 


192 


20 


Discomfite, r. 


93 


27 



Discontent^ adf. discon- 
tented, 68 29 
Discontinew, v, 95 16 
Discordant, adf. 26 1 
Discorde, sh. 171 17 
Discourage, v. 11 44 
Discrete, adf. 89 25 
Discusse, v. 193 29 
Disdayne, adf. disdainftd, 201 4 
Disdayne, v. 201 27 
Disdaynfnl, adf. 186 46 
Disease, v. 211 35 
Disgrade, r. to degrade, 8 46 
<* I disgrade a preest of bis orders." — 
Pals;gy7W^. 

Disgyse, r. to disguisOi 148 16 

Dish of meate, sh. 143 38 

Dish for meate, sh. 143 39 

Disherit, v. 149 43 

** Exhereder. to disherit, or disinherit.*' 
— Cotgrave. 

Dishonest, adf. 92 32 

Dishonest, v. 92 24 

Dishonoure, sb. 222 47 

Dishonoure, v. 223 36 

Disjunctiye, sh. 153 1 

Disjunctiye, adj. 153 31 

Didoyall, adj. 14 IS 

Dismall, sh. the devil, 13 20 

^ Nerer bot by the dysmel or the deyil. " 
Jamieson, 

Dismall, adj. 13 19 

Dismay,!?. 197 18 

Dismember, r. 88 17 

Disobedient, adf. 68 30 

U 



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OOL. Lxm. 



Disobey, r. 197 17 

Sispane, v. to diqpenei 88 Id 

Sispatche, v, 88 19 

Si^yre, ih. despair^ 308 3 

Sispayre, v, to despair, 308 4 

Di^nce, ih, expense, 68 37 

Dispend, v, to expend, 66 10 

**Ta dispendfl uM to exspetide."— > 

CatM, Ang. 
<* Defensor, to dii^MBd, ifMd, «ip€(iicL *' 

Disperse, if. 83 34 
Dispite, 8h. 161 34 
DiBpIeasanti ad/j. unplea- 
sant, 36 3 
Displease, V. 311 86 
Displeasure, sh. 198 18 
Dispose, V. 333 9 
Disprayse, $1. 308 18 
Disprayse, v, 308 30 
DisprooTe, $1. a disproof, 179 11 
DisprooTe, v, 179 13 
Disproufb, sh. a disproof, 317 13 
Disproufe, v. to disprove, 317 14 
Dispuise, f). to disburse, 191 40 
" To dispvne : to disbune. **^Jitmuum. 
Disquiet^ v, 98 38 
Disrolie^ adf, nnrMdy, 99 47 
Dissemble, v. 60 8 
Dissent, v. 67 3 
Dissolute, m^. 196 39 
Dissuade, r. 8 47 
Dissye, adf, dizzy, 108 38 
DistiJfe, 8b. 9 33 
Distant, at^\ 98 84 
Distinet) adf. 138 43 
Distinct, V. to distingdish^ 1 88 40 
Distract, sh. Hiiradm^ 6 19 
Distract, r. 6 34 
Distrayne, v. 301 83 
Distresse, th. 86 3 
Distresse, v. %i 38 
Disuse, th. 194 43 
Disuse 1^. 196 3 
Ditoha> •&. 160 14 
SMtchS, r. 160 34 



001^ cntB. 

Dittayne, 9h. herb, 301 6 

Ditten, sh, herb, 60 46 

Dittie, sh, of a song, 109 34 

Dive, V. 163 83 

Diverse, adj. 83 33 

Divert, v. 83 33 

Divide, r. 117 16 

Divident, sh, dividend, 67 83 

Divillish, adf. devilish, 146 16 

Divine, v, to guess, 139 44 

Divise, sh, a device, 147 46 

Divisible, 114 4 

Diverse, v. to divorce, 178 1 

Divulgate, r. to divulge, 40 7 
** I djTulffate a matef, I blowe it 
abrode,**— jfii/i5fr»w^. 

Docil, adj. 138 44 

Dock of a ship, sh. 168 13 

Docke, <^. a herb, 168 13 

Docke, sh, buttock, 168 11 

<* Some call the Bisbopa wtetheroookii 

Who where their heftdii were ttutt 

their docks." 

^Cohniy quot in ynmHiH. 

Doctor, sh, 170 8^ 

Doctrinall, adj, 14 16 

Doctrine, sh, 189 84 

Document, sh. 68 33 

Dodge, #. 166 80 

Dodkin, sh. hilum, 188 37 

Dodkin, not a, nihilum, 183 39 

** A dodkin, of email yalue, a thing of 
naught''— ^a^. 

Doe, sh. 164 10 

Doffe, V. to take of, 166 38 

Dog, sh, 167 31 

Doggish, adf. 146 It 

Dogtong, sh. herb, 167 13 

Dole, sh, 160 80 

Dolerouse, adf. 336 48 
Doll of the hand, sh. the 

palm, 160 10 

" Doll : a <jhlld^i hand."— AJii3fe«i3: 

Doltish, aA\ sttipid, 143 8 

Domedacall, mff. 14 16 

Dominion^ 9^. 166 11 



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269 



])<m, t^. to put on, 


OOL. 

162 


una. 

41 


"Doon of clothys. exno. 


''^Prompt 


Pan/, 






Donk, 9h, the rain, 


167 


43 


" "Was thare no downkyng 


e of dewe." 


MortsArtkur$,L%24S. 




Doo, V. to do, 


154 


20 


Doole, tib, sorrow, 


161 


18 


Doole, V. to sorrow, 


161 


11 


Doome, sb. 


162 


SO 


Doome, v. 


162 


33 


Doone, part. 


168 


39 


Doore, sh. 


174 


47 


Doove, sh, a dove, 


179 


1 


Dormouse, sh 


225 


9 


Dorre, ah, a drone. A.S. 






dora. 


170 


22 


" Dorre or bee whycbe maketh a greate 








Dorre, 9I, argiUia, 


170 


28 


Dorre, r. argttere, 


170 


24 


"To dorre. confimdere."— 


Skinner. 


Dosein, ah. a dozen, 


61 


8 


Dot, ah. 


176 


24 


Dote, V. 


178 


10 


Dotish, adj, doting, 


145 


29 


Dottel, ah. a fool, 


lili 


41 


Doubil, V. to double, 


127 


6 


Double, V, 


216 


27 


Doublet, ah. 


87 


46 


Doubte, ah. 


(216 
228 


23 
19 


Doubte, V. 


[216 
228 


28 
86 


Doubtful, adj. 


185 


83 


Doughty, adj. . 


111 


15 


Douke, V, to duck, to diye, 2 1 8 


2 


" I douke under the water. ' 


* Falsgntvi, 


"Todonke. plonger."— 5:^tmW. 


Doune, adv. downward. 


220 


16 


Doutable, adj. duhUahilia, 8 


7 


Downwarde, adv. 


30 


19 


Dowrye, ah. 


104 


11 


Drab, ah. a slut, 


1 


16 



'D^tbb^ a Blntto--Tfloti»e.**— jM!r- 



OOL. Lurs. 

Drab, ah, a whore, I 17 

*«Drabbe— tmaado, loadier«,"-*i'4i^ 
grave. 

Drabbery, ah. mmrairiemny 1 04 12 
Drad, part, dreaded, 7 88 

" Dradde or feared to be. metnendns." 
-r-HuloeL 

Draffe, ah. refuse, 9 14 

"Draffe, nsed by Chancer for ehaff. 

See Prompt. Pa»v. 
"Manmille pour lea ponvoeani. 

swulings, washings, drafi^ ho^ 

wash. " — Co^ave. 

Draftes, «3. of wine, 9 19 

Drag, ih. a net, 10 7 

Drag, V. 10 17 

Drake, ah. a water bird, 12 9 
Drake, ah. a dragon. A«S. 

d/raoa^ 12 14 

'^tSo wmiS he drake "Sat ear was knigt" 
-^Genesis and ExodHf^ L 288. 

Dramme, ah. weight, 18 28 

Drane bee, ah. a drone, 19 1 

" Drane or dorre, which is the nnpro- 
fitable bee havynge no stjnge ; some 
take it to be a waspe, or drone bee, 
or hnmble bee.'*— /Tm/m/. 

'•Drane or hnmble bee— bonxdon.''— 
Palsgrave. 

Draper, ah. 72 81 

Drapery, ah. 104 2 

Drawe, r, 45 82 

Drayne, ah. bee, drone, 200 2 

Dreame, ah. 208 10 

Dreame, r, 208 19 

Dreary, adj. 106 47 

Drede, ah. dread, 52 10 

Dree, v. to last, to endure, 46 26 

« By me, Tumns, qnhat panjs tall thou 
irt:'^DoMgiaf VirgU, 261. 55. 

Ikeede, v. to dread, 52 22 

Dreed£ul,«&-. dreadful, j JJJ JJ 

D^gges, ah. 58 27 

IkesM, to, doth, 84 88 



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COL. HUE, 

Dresse, to, meate, 84 34 

Dreese, to, the haire, 84 35 

Dresse, to, a wound, 14 37 

Dressoure, $h. a dresser, 

table, 223 2 

''Dreesonre or bonrde wherapon the 
oooke setteth forth his dishes in 
order, ahaz.**— /r«/<¥^. 

Dressore, sb, a dresser, 192 46 

Dnft,ihA beetle or rammer,l 18 1 

Drift of snow, sh. 117 44 

Drift of a matter, tb. 117 45 

Drift of cattell,«*. 117 46 

Drigges, »h. dregs, 118 35 

Drinke,«^. 138 11 

Drinke, v. 138 18 

Drinker, great, th. 212 42 

Drip, V. 140 20 

Drippe, si. a drop, 140 8 

Dripping of rost, sb. 1 36 2 

Driye, v. 152 33 

Driyeling, $b, a drab, 135 47 

Drivil, ib. a servaot, 124 23 

"Dryryll, serwawnte. ducticius, duc- 
ticia."— />fww//. Parv, 

"Driyel or ilaye. roediastiroiis/' — 
Huloet. 

Driyil at nose, ib. 125 43 

Dromedarie, nb. 104 3 

Drone, %b, bee, 168 5 

Drop, %b. 169 1 

Droppe, r. 169 13 

Dropsy, si. 108 11 

Dropsyseke, adj, 54 37 

Drosse, %b.fex^ 175 31 

Drove, si. a herd, 178 47 

Drowne, r. 220 5 

Drowsie, adj, 108 30 

Drudge, si. 183 5 

Drudgerie, si. 104 13 
Drumbledarie, fib. adrome- 

dary, 104 14 

Drunke, adj, 189 14 

Drunken, «4f'. 62 11 



COL. LIKK. 



Drunslade, si. a drum, 8 39 
''To play on the dninslade."— ^mA^. 

Drye, adj. 103 19 

Diyte, f). to shite, 151 8 

"To dryte. cacare, ^erere."— C<jM. 

Dubbe, to, a oocke, 181 39 

^ To cut off the comb and wattles of a 

Dubbe, to, a knight. A.S. 

duhban, 181 

Dub, to, the house, — to 

adorn, 181 

"With alkyn ryches dubbed 
dyghV*" //ampo/^s P. of C. 
Morris, 1. 8790. 

Dubble, adj. double, 
Dubble, c. to double, 
Duckate, zb. a ducat, 
Ducke, ib. 



40 



38 

and 
ed. 



Duckling, ib. 



182 

182 

39 

184 

(136 

(l37 

161 

185 

30 



3 

2 

32 

45 

1 
30 
31 
23 
16 



Dukedome, ib 
Dul, adj. 
DuUarde, ib. 

" Dullarde or dull foole, not able to be 
taught."— /«^i//arf. 

Dullarte, ib. 33 36 

Dulse, adj. sweet, 187 35 

Dumbe, adj. 188 4 

Dumel, ib. a dullard, 55 42 

Dummel, ib. a dullard, 55 44 

** Dummel : a heavy stupid fellow." — 
Wright. 

Dungil, si. a dunghill, 
Dungil, ib. latomia, 
Dungue, ib. 
Dungue, v. to dung, 
Dunne, adf. brown, 
Durable, ad;, 
Duste, ib. 
Dustie, adj. 
Dutche, adf. German, 



125 
128 
189 
189 
188 
2 
194 
111 
195 



Dutchman, ib. a German, 21 



18 
27 

9 
10 
38 
12 
16 
10 
35 

2 



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27t 



Datchie, ab. 


COL. 

96 


LINK. 

33 


COL. 

Ease labour, to, 211 


UKB. 

32 


Dwarfe, ah. 


31 


20 


Ease payne, to, 211 


31 


Dwel, V. 


55 


13 


Ease of a house, ^. the 




Dwelling, %h. 


136 


4 


eaves, 211 


25 


Dyall, sh 


13 


26 


^*EaBen. the oayes of a house 


."— 


Dybbil, ah. pastinum, 


124 


42 


HaUiwdl. 




Dye, ab. alea, 


96 


41 


Easie, ad^. 108 


36 


"Dyeordyce."— ^«/^/. 






East, ah 211 


42 


Dye, V. to die, 


96 


38 


Easter, ah 72 


32 


Dye, to, cloth, 


96 


40 


Easteme, ah 82 


11 


Dyes, ah dice, 


114 


28 


Eatable, ad^. 2 


40 


Dymme, adf, ohacurua. 


131 


33 


Eate, V. 212 


22 


Dynne, ah noise. 


132 


43 


Eaten, part. 63 


12 


Dyyine, ah a divine, 


139 


31 


Eater, great, ah 212 


41 


Dyzert, ah a player, a 






Eath, adj. easy. A.S. (W^, 213 


26 


disard, 


82 


39 


«<A11 hard aesays eeMbm I eath and 
light"— /lw>/&xV TasM, ii. 46. 


Eald, ah age. 


207 


46 


Ebbe, V. 47 


2 


" All be be neuer sa young off eld."— 
Barbour^ quot. by Jamieson. 

Eald, ah old age. A. 8. 

eaU, 207 47 


Ebrietie, ah 109 
Ebriouse, adj. drunken, 225 
Echo, ado. ^48 
Echo, ah 154 
Eclypse, ah 141 


22 
38 
25 
19 
34 


"And if I now begynein to myne < 
^Lancelot of the Laik^ 1. 322! 


ild." 


Edge, ah 51 
Edge, V. 51 


39 
43 


Eale, ab, an eel. 


207 


13 


Edgling,a(^.withtheedge,137 


19 


Eame, «^. an unde. A.S. 






*<£dgelynge or with an edge, oerim." 


eamy 


208 


9 


^■Hufod. 




" An erne, bio aynnoulos, bio patrauB." 

Cath, Angl. 
"Foreebowe the treaflonB of tby 


Edgelome, ah an edged 
tool, 161 


32 


wretched eame." — Faitfeu^s 'josso. 


<<Loome, or instrument ntensile 


» 


iy. 49. 






Prompt. Pafv. 




Earable, adf. arable. 


2 


31 


Educate, r. 40 


11 


Eare, «&. 


209 


17 


Eel, ah 59 


18 


Eare of come, ah 


209 


18 


Effayre, ah an aflkir, 202 


47 


Earle, ah 


210 


37 


Effect, ah, an end, 47 


31 


Earldome, ah 


161 


33 


Effecte, V. 47 


42 


Eame, r. 


211 


2 


Effectual], adj. 14 


17 


Earnest, a(^\ 


92 


35 


Effectuouse, adj. 225 


27 


Earth, *5. 


211 


17 


Effeminate, adj. 41 


15 


Earthen, adf. earthem. 


62 


42 


Eficace, adj, efficacious, 7 


21 


Ease, ah quietness, 


211 


22 


Efte, ah aapia^ 52 


42 


Ease of labour, ah 


211 


24 


Eftsones, adn. soon after. 




Ease of paynes, ah 


211 


23 


A.S. ^a<ma, 168 


28 


Base bimselfb, to, 


211 


80 


Egge, ah 58 


20 



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Bgge, It HTynde, •&. m^mm 



OOL. tt3K9. 



^S 26 

"A wind egge. tmim inritam,"— 

Egge, 9. irnHfoniy 53 29 

Egipt, 9h. 141 9 

E^bintine, ih. 139 32 

Egle, <^ an ea^e, 68 42 

J^ott%, ih, hraekolum, 176 44 

Egret, 4h. 68 1 

*< I^ret, whyche is of tlie kinde of » 
Eene. aiterias."— /TmAx^. 

S^grymionye, td. a herb^ 102 10 

<« Ail^remoine ; ihe herb called Agn- 

mony, or egrimonT, and by lome 
ttrerwort, beMON it ■ good for a 
diioaa ed Umr,'* -^C^^gyrtve, 

Eight, ath'. 6Z $5 

Eighteath, adf. «9 26 

fiightet^i, Mir. 9B 42 
Eke, >ft. an addition. A.S, 

^«», 64 27 

*< A gr^at eke will be put to Traquair^ 
IMroceee." Baillii^iiMoLhj^mieson, 

Eke, ^ly. tf^iiim, 54 28 

Eke, V, 64 31 

Elbowe, 9b. 180 14 

Elder tree, sh. 72 33 

Eldest, <MJf'. 92 34 

Electe, V. 47 40 

Elegant, a^. 26 44 

Element, si. 67 26 

Elfe, $b. a fairy, 68 16 

Ell, th. 66 4 

Elme, <i. tree, 68 29 

Bine, «i. an ell, 68 ^0 

<* Blue or elle. nhia."^^MK/b^. 

Eloquence, ah. 63 4*3 

Eloquent, adj. 68 81 

iSmbassage, sh. 11 89 

llmbattlemente, Ǥ. 67 84 

Embrace, v. 7 17 

Embroder, v. to ©mbrnder, 88 1 8 

"Emii^nt, a^\ 68 32 

Timaftt, 9h. 8^ 2 



Emmotte, ih. an emmet, 176 46 
« Fonrmi : an ant, piamire, emmot.** — 

Emolument, 9h. 67 27 

Emorade, 9h. hsemorrhoids, 8 41 

" Emeroodee or pyllea, a sickenease."— 
Palsgrave. 

Empayre, r. 203 3 

Emperoure, 9h. 223 4 

Empire, 9h. 143 14 

EmpoTerifih, r. 144 36 

Empresse, 9h, 86 4 

Emprison, v. 164 40 

Emptie, v. 110 46 

Empty, adj. Ill 4 

Emulate, v. 40 12 

Enamell, 9h. 67 24 

Enamell, r. 67 48 

Embers, 9h. 76 21 

Enchant, v. f^ 29 

Enche, 9h. an inch, 64 29 
Encheason, 9h. cause, 

occasion, 163 21 

<* Dedes therof mak the oanae fher-on be, 
Off the lordes yifte the encheaon 
may se."—- /Vir^tmo^, 1. 568, 
'*£nche6one er cmm. eavaa." — I*mmp. 
Parv, 



Enclose, i;, 


222 


10 


Eocomber, v. 


83 


20 


Encounter, v. 


83 


19 


Encourage, v. 


12 


1 


Endamage, v. 


11 


46 


Ende, ih. 


64 


37 


Endevoure, 9h. 


223 


5 


Endevoure, v. 


223 


87 


Endew, r. 


96 


11 


Endiye, 9b. herb. 


152 


46 


Endlesse, adj. 


91 


8 


Endlong, adn. upright, 


167 


^ 


Endyte, v. 


161 


81 


Enemie, 9h. 


161 


86 




172 


11 


Enforse, v. to enfant, 


173 


2 


Enfinmtehice, v. 


116 


W 


"Eng^nSer, r. 


63 


91 



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278 



Emgin, «&. 
Engine, ih. 
England, sh. 
Engliflh, adf. 
Engroese, v. 
Enhance, v. 
Enjayne, r. to enjoin, 
Enjoy, V. 

Enquire, v. 
Enriche, v. 
Enrolement, «5. 
Enroll, if. 



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1S8 
189 

23 
145 
175 

22 
215 
214 

81 
143 
115 

67 
180 



Ensample, ih. an example, l§ 

Ensure, v. 198 

Entangle, r. 24 

Entayle, to, land, IM 

Entend, v. to intend, 65 

Enter, v. 77 

Enterchange, v. 28 

Enterconrse, 8^. 224 

Enterlace, v, 7 
Enterlyne, v, to interline, 139 
Enterprice, ih, an ent^- 

prise, 115 
Enterprice, v, to enter- 
prise, 115 
Enterprise, sh, 146 
Entertayne, v, 201 
Entreat, v, to handle, 212 
Entreate, v. 212 
Entrie, sh. 104 
Entyeement, sh, 67 
Envie, sh. 112 
Envie, 9. 112 
Environ, v. 164 
Envioose, iM{f. 225 
Envyonse, adf, 225 
Epiloge, •&. an epilogue, 157 
Epislll, sh. epistle, 128 
Epitome, sh. 161 
Equall, af^\ 13 
Equinoctiall, eu^'. 14 
Equitie, sh, 109 
Equiyalent, atff, 68 
Erecta, r. 48 



41 

85 

4 

20 
88 
21 
22 
17 
83 
16 
84 
29 
15 

4 
8 
25 
11 
81 
86 
85 
25 
45 



18 
9 
28 
34 
83 
4 
60 
85 
39 
41 
89 
44 
42 
28 
85 
21 
18 
28 
8# 
4 



Erie, si. an earl. 


81 


82 


Ermyn, sh, mojose, Hfi^/taia^ ^33 


80 


Erne, v. to earn, 


81 


46 


Erogate, r. erogwrs^ 


40 


28 


Eiiaiide, sh. 


23 


9 


Erre, r. 


70 


40 


Erroure, sh. 


223 


6 


Erste, adn. 


82 


28 


Erwhyle, adn. 


131 


21 


Escape, v. 


26 


38 


Escheat, sh. 


212 


50 


Eschew, V. 


95 


12 


Especiall, ad^. 


14 


l» 


Espye, V, 


108 


6 


Esquire, sh. 


143 


19 


Essence, sh. 


63 


28 


Essencie, sh. 


96 


25 


Estate, sh. 


39 


28 


Esteme, r. 


60 


22 


Estimate, v. 


40 


27 


Etemitie, sh. 


109 


27 


Eth, adj, easy. 


89 


43 



<<Tliai ar nonoht eth til iradyvtaod.*' 
— Wyntcwn^ ijuot in ^mUsou^ 

Ethnick, sh, 120 47 

Ethnicke, adj, 121 21 

Eunudie, sh, 182 81 

Europe, sh, 170 % 

Evenheads, ad^, equals, M6 M 

''Evynhoode, erynhede. eqnalitu^.." — 
Prompt. Parv, 

Erening^ sh, 136 5 

Erensong, sh, 167 jL8 

Every, adj, 107 4 

Everyday, ad/o. 196 ^ 

Everyway, «(fo. 197 .8 

Everywhere, ado. 84 20 

Eves of a house, sh. the ^ 211 25 

eaves, ( 213 88 
Evesing, sh. the eaves of 

a house, 136 6 

*• Erese, or eresyiige of a hoirse."— 
Frompi. Parv, 

^* Evmjnge or evw nttyage or trim* 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS, 



Evet, 9h. a newt. 



COL. LXMB. 

88 3 

**Eyet or luarde, wbiche is a grene 
beaste or worme."— /^m/<m/. 

Evidence, ih. 68 44 

Eyident, adf. 68 84 

Evil, to do, 127 8 

Eyitable, adf\ 3 22 

Ewer, sh. 72 34 

Exact, V, 6 27 

Exalte, V. 16 43 

Examen, r. to examine, 61 41 

Exampil, ih. example, 128 29 

Example, sh. 18 36 

Exasperate, i^. 41 37 

Excell, V. 57 32 

Excellent, wff, , 68 35 

Except, amj. 70 28 

Except, V. 70 24 

Excesse, sh. 85 5 

Excessive, adf. 153 15 

Exchange, sh. 23 34 

Exchange, v. 23 35 

Exoheate, v. 212 32 

Exclame, v. to exclaim, 18 11 

Exclude, V. 183 25 

Exclusive, at^'. 153 32 

Excogitate, v. 41 38 

Excruciate, t^. 41 39 

Excusable, adf. 3 21 

Excuse, «3. 194 44 

Excuse, V. 195 3 

Execrate, v. 40 13 

Execute, v. 196 13 

Exemplifye, v. 97 45 

Exempt, V. 60 24 

Exhalation, sh. 165 16 

Exhibit, V. 150 7 

Exhortative, adj. 153 30 

Exhorte, r. 173 37 

ExUe, sh 131 9 

Exile, r. 131 12 

Exonerate, v. 41 40 

Exorable, adf. 3 23 

Exorcise, v. 148 17 

Exorcisme, sh. 146 27 

Exorciste, sh. 147 17 



Exosculate, r. to kiss, 
Expediment, sh. 
Expel, t^. 
Expence, sh. 
Expend, v. 
Experience, sh. 
Expert, adf. 
Expiable, at^. 
Ezplayne, v. 
Ezplete, adf. 
Explicable, adf. 
Explicate, v. 
Expound, V. 
Expresse, i^. 
Expugnable, at^. 
Exquisite, adf. 
Extemporall, adf. 
Extend, v. 
Extenuate, v. 
Exterminate, v. 
Exterioure, 

Exterouse, adf. foreign. 
Extinct, adf. 
Extinct, V. to extinguish, 
Extoll, V. 
Extort, V. 

Extorte, part, extorted. 
Extortion, sh. 
Extortioner, sh. 
Extract, v. 
Extracte, sh. 
Extreeme, adf. 
Extrude, v. 
Exulte, t^. 

Eye, sh. 

E 

E if. 

E 

E 

E 



adj. 



Fable, sh. a tale, 
Fable, sh. a lie, 
Fable, v. to talk, 
Fable, v. to lie, 



41 41 

67 81 

57 33 

63 26 

65 8 

63 45 

82 38 

3 24 

201 29 

89 26 

3 25 

40 14 
221 8 

85 39 

3 26 

151 37 

14 20 

65 9 

41 42 
41 43 

223 43 

225 45 

138 43 

138 41 

160 16 

173 88 

173 43 

165 12 

80 45 

6 25 

6 20 

60 20 

183 27 

187 41 

(46 17 

(96 42 

51 32 

91 25 

198 9 

69 47 

109 26 

1 38 

1 39 

2 2 
2 3 



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275 



COL. UNK. 



Face, si. 


6 


35 


Face, V. 


7 


1 


Facil, adf. 


128 


45 


Facilitye, sh. 


109 


30 


Facte, sb. 


6 


14 


Faction, sh. 


163 


25 


Factiouse, ad/. 


225 


46 


Factoure, sb. 


223 


8 


Facultie, sb. 


109 


29 


Fade, v. 


8 


35 


Faini, r. to stammer, 


127 


9 


Faffle, V. to stammer. 


9 


37 


«To faffle or stammer. 


balbutio 


» 


Baret. 






Fag, V. 


10 


21 


Fage, r. to flatter, 


10 


46 



'* To fiage. adnlari^a fager. hie adu- 
lator — a fagynge. hec blandicia — 
fiigynge. blanduB."— Ca/>4. Angl. 

"Fagyn or flateryn. adulor." — 
Prompt Patv. 

** I fa^ge from the trouthe (Lydgate). 
This terme is nat in our comen 
use. *' — Palsgrave. 

Fagget, sb. a faggot, 86 30 

Faggotte, sb. 176 47 

Fain, to, in singing, 100 19 

« To faine in singing : to speake in a 
small fiEuning Toice, also to speake 
or sing as one could hardly utter his 
voice.*'— ^a/^. 



Falcheon, sb. 


163 28 


Falcon, sb. 


163 27 


Falconer, sb. 


79 29 


Fall, sb. 


12 39 


Fall, «;. 


13 1 


Falow, sb. land, 


180 26 


False, adj. 


16 41 


Falshood, sb. 


156 10 


Falsifie, v. 


98 2 


Falte, sb. 


16 30 


Falte, V. to blame. 


16 36 


Falte, r. to offend. 


16 37 


"He that faulteth. 


faulteth against 
-Holinshel 


God*8 ordinance, "- 


Faltie, adj. 


111 19 



COL. 


LimK. 


17 


31 


99 


19 


83 


30 


133 


42 


144 


16 


227 


9 


20 


10 


,23 


40 



46 



20 


17 


108 


22 


108 


14 


25 


8 


14 


21 


55 


45 


deUus 


•» 



Fame, sb. 
Familie, sb. 
Familier, adj. 
Famin, sb. limine, 
Famish, v. 
Famouse, adj. 
Fan, sb. 

Fangue, sb. a drawn tooth, 23 
Fangue, t?. to catch. A.S. 
fangy a taking, 23 

** Fangyn or latchp. apprehend©." — 

Prompt. Pafv, 
"Destruction fimg mankind.**— Timon 

o/A.y vr. 3. 

Fanne, v. 

Fansie, v. to fency, 
Fansy, sb. fancy, 
Fant, adj. fisdnt. 
Fantastically adj. 
Fardel, sb. a pack, 

"Fardelle, or trusse. 

Prompt Patv. 
*' A fardell or packe that a man beareth 

with him in the way. sarcina." — 

Baret, 

Fardle, sb. a pack, 31 

Fare, «?. 28 

Farewell, v. 57 

Farlye, sb. a wonder, 99 

" The cristen mon hedde farly 
What hit mihte roene." 
— Bef. 1300, Disputacwth quot by 
Jamieson. 

Farmar, sb. 
Fanne, sb. 
Farre, adv. 
Farte, sh. 
Farte, v. 
Farthing, sb. 
Farowe, r. to pig, 

**To farrowe or bring forth yong. 

parere." — Baret. 
"Cochonner. to farrow, to pig, to 

breed." — Cotgrave. 

Farsy,^^. 108 12 

** Farsye or fSMsye, which is a sore upon 
a beast or hone. petimen.'*-^/MM(l 



17 
22 
34 
20 



73 


13 


32 


27 


29 


28 


33 


22 


33 


31 


136 


9 


181 


4 



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Ftry, V. to hrraw, 106 80 

Faahton, d. 169 26 

Fast, 4b. SS 42 

Fast, 17. 86 44 

Fast, tfdv. quickly, 86 47 

Fat,«3. ayat A.&.fid, 87 6 

Fatall,a^'. 16 26 

Father, sh. 78 16 

Father, v. 78 1 

Fatherlesse, adf\ 91 8 

Fatherlike, a<^: 122 48 

Fatherly, adf. 100 1 

Fathome, $h. 161 86 

Fatigate, v. to fatigae, 40 28 

FatoTJoe, $h. fallax, 226 9 

Fatte, 0^'. 87 16 

Fatte, «. 87 21 

Faune, ah. a fawn, 44 17 

Faune, v. to fawn, 44 24 

Fanning, sh. fawning, 186 10 

Fanning, adt. 136 40 

Fantonre, al. 226 11 

**Fawtottr or meyntjnore. fiiufcor,*'— 
Prompt. Patv, 

Faronre, ah. 228 10 

Favonre, v. 223 38 

Fayle, bI. a failing, 198 27 

Fayle, v. to fayle, 198 47 

Fayne, adf. fain, 200 85 

Fayne, adv. faiQ« 200 48 

Faynte, adj. 202 29 

Fayre, ah, a fedr or market, 202 87 

Fayre, adj. 202 46 

Fayrye, ah. 104 16 

Faythfdl, 0^'. 185 84 

Feade, ah. a fend, 205 64 

Feale, r. to hide, 207 80 

« To foal, to hide."— ^^0'- 

Fealtie, ab. 109 81 

Feare, ah. 209 19 

Feare, v. 209 86 

Feaifhl, adj, 186 82 

Feame, ah. fern, 210 i47 

F«aat,j». 211 47 

Fwt^ «. 212 4 



Feastfdl, adj. 

Feate, «3. 

Fehmaiie, ah. 

Fee, 0&. *< a fee alowed," 

Feehle, adj. 

Feede, 9. 

Feeld, A. a field, 

Feele, v. 



eof.. Lm, 
212 



104 
46 
47 
62 
69 
69 



Feere,«&. amate. A.S./<»nf ,209 



66 

11 

16 

If 

6 

26 
66 
27- 
26 



<<A goodly iwaiiL to be a ^liope^* 
" Feer for feer : en eiy way eqafL"^- 



Feete, «3. 
Feffement, ah. 
Feight, t^. to fight, 
Fel, 04f. hittv, 
Fel,f7. 

Felicitie, ah. 

Fell, *5. "y« fell of a 



89 
66 
68 
66 
66 

no9 

(112 



10 
S6 
66 
16 
6 
82 
24 



64 47 

'^AfeU or sheepi flkmne. mdota." — 
^aref. 

Fellish, adf. monntainoos, 146 62 
FeUon, «a. 168 29 

Felon, ab. a sony 166 80 

"Felona, aooc*. antotf."'— /Vtwi/^ 
Parv. 

** Fellon, nnoomme, or oattes haire : a 
bile or lore that risejth in ipana 
bodie. fbranenliu." — Bant. 

Felonie, ah. 102 12 

Felononse, at^\ 225 47 

Felowe, ah. 180 9 

Felowship, ah. 141 2 

Felte, ah. 58 4,1 

Fence, ah. 68 18 

Fence, v. munire, 63 19 

Fenel, ah. 55 47 

Fengreek, ah. herb^ 54 83 

" ffumgr^ke berbe. bvo^rM.".— :#cJ0^. 

FouM, #6. « marth, 60 29 

Fenny, atfj. 102 66 



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277 



ooL. umt 

Fenowe, ih. monklmeflB, ISO 15 

** Fnftie, foirtie, muddiis, atom recipiens. 
Oaatiaiiis £muu>w ▼«! inoow art ma- 

Ferie, $h. a holiday, 104 18 

Feme, $b. 81 37 

Femye, adf. 102 34 

Ferret, sL 87 1 

Ferrv bote, sb. 104 17 

Fertn, 0^'. 128 46 

Fertilities sh. 109 33 

Fervent, adf. 67 15 

Ferj, 9. to be idle, 106 37 

Fesant, sh. a pheasant, 25 
** Feflmt ooke or heime." — Palsgfm>e, 

Fester, «J. 78 17 

FestiTall, a<^'. 14 23 

Festnall, aij, 14 22 

Fe8tnre,«3.jMmia,/M^MMi,102 21 
<< A festa. festuca."— :^an:/. 

Fet, V. to fetch, 

Fetch, 9b. mos, 

Fetch, V, 

Fether, $b. 

Fether, v. to feathei; 

Fetherfew, 8b. herb, 

Fettei^ tb. 

Fettil, V. to make ready, 

** Hit arn htOsd it an Ibrme, J>e fonoD 
& >ela8te/'— u4//x/. /"omx, C. 1. 88. 

** But sells liis teeme and fetleth to the 
warre." — Ifa/rs Satira^ vr. ft. 

Fever, 9b. 78 W 

Fewe, adf. 04 37 

Fewel, nl. fuel, 66 1 

Fewest, adj. 02 86 

Feygne, t^. to fdgn, 100 18 

Fickle, adj. 121 44 

Fiddle, «&. 116 16 

Fidelitie, 9b. 109 34 

Field, «&. 130 14 

Fierse, adj. fierce, 211 

iPifteth, a<^'. M W 

Tmh,«(^'. li« 16 

Fifty, <4' I'll W> 



86 


4 


88 


29 


88 


31 


73 


16 


78 


3 


94 


41 


73 


3 


127 


42 



Rgge, 9b. 
Figurative, adj. 
Figwort, <^. an herb« 
Fil, 9b. 9aiiiriia9f 
Fil, V. impUrSy 
Filberte, 8b. nnt, 
Filch, i9. to steal, 
Filch, if. to beat, 
Fildfare, 9b. a thrush, 



OOL. LXHS. 

118 86 

158 46 

173 23 

123 27 

123 29 

82 42 



130 
130 



8 
9 



28 42 



"Feldefare, a byrde."— /'d^^yvEir. 

i^e, 9b. Umay 130 40 

^th, s3. adrab, 130 31 

** fUCh or alnttuAi qneane. spnroa.'* — 

** Fille perdue, a desperate Uth, graee- 
kas flort"— CVwSfrmv. 

Filth at nose, 9b, pu9, 130 
Filth of a wound, 9b. Ius9f 130 



82 
33 
26 
80 
6 
17 
33 
37 
38 



Filthy, adj. Ill 

Finch, 9b. a bird, 134 

Finde, v. 135 

Finish, v. 144 

Firmament, 9b. 67 

Finne, adj. 142 

Firme, r. to be fiim, 142 

" Tour wishes blest 
Jove knocks his chin against his faieaat 

And firms it with the rest*' 
— S. Jonson, Masq. of Aug, yL 186. 

Firre, 9b. a fir tree, 142 2 

Fish, «^. 143 

Fish, V. 143 

Fiste, 8b. 147 

Fistula, 9b. disease, 1 

Fit, adj. 149 

Fit of a stone, 9b. par9j 148 

Fit of a play, 9v. aetm, 148 
Fitof sicknesse, 9b.pa99i0, 148 

Fit to be loved, part. 149 

Fit to be red, part. 149 

Fit to be done, part. 149 

Fit t» be sayd, part 149 

Titche, 9b. pulse, 150 

Titchswe, 9b. a pol»-CBt, 04 



40 
45 
10 
5 
18 
37 
38 
39 
22 
23 
24 
25 
15 
40 



Tis swm vnotMf BtaBwwl many "ft 
fmrtumtd one.'* -^OiMhif vr. 1. 



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INDEX OP ENGLISH WORDS* 



COL. LIKK. 

Fivetenth, adj. 69 23 

Flabel, sh. a fan, 56 21 
•• Flable and taJOLtr—Hulaei, 
** EsTentoir. a fan, flip-flap, flie-flap, 
or flabeL'* — Coigrave, 

Flafte, «*. fluff, 9 29 

Flag, «3. a weed, 10 18 

Flagge, sb, a banner, 10 8 

Flagon, 9h, 163 31 

Flake, ah. 12 10 

Flame, tb. 17 32 

Flame, r. 17 39 

Flanke, ah. the groin, 24 19 

Flappe, sh. a fan, 26 43 

Flappe, V. 27 14 

Flapper, ah. 72 2 

Flasket, ah. 86 33 

Flatte, adj. 37 16 

Flatter, v. 77 37 

Flatterie, ah. 104 19 

Fattering, ah. 136 11 

Flaune custard, ah. 44 16 

"Flawne, mete, flamicia.**— /Vv/w//. 

Patv. (see note). 
" Flans, flawns, custardi, egg-pies." — 

Cotgrave, 

Flaxe, ah. 46 8 

Flaxen, adj. 62 13 

Flaxener, ah. 79 28 

Flayle, «3. a flail, 198 28 

Flayne, adj. 200 36 



*Flayne or flawyn. 
Prompt. Patv. 



excoriatns.** — 



Flea,»3. 204 24 

Flea, V. to flay. kSJUany 204 26 

Fleabit, ah. 149 27 

Fleace, ah. a fleece, 204 33 

Heake, ah. a flake, 206 43 

Fleame, ah. phlegm, 208 12 

"Fleame. flegma." — Huloet. 

Flee, ah. a fly, 46 18 

Flee, V. to fly, 46 27 

Flee, V. to flay, 46 30 

Flee, adj. aaiutua, caUdua, 46 32 

Fleece, ah. 48 13 



COL. l.VUK. 

Fleeme, a. to chase. A.8. 
Jlyman, 60 17 

** Ne how fer of folde bat man me fleme." 
—A/fit, Poems, A. 1. 38. 

Fleese, ah. a fleece, 93 12 

Fleete, v. to float, 89 14 

'* I flete abore the water as a borde or 
any lyght thyng dotbe. je flotte." — 
Palsgrave. 

12 
29 

5 
32 

1 
46 
15 
45 
17 
30 
33 

6 
10 

9 
23 
21 
14 
16 
30 

1 
27 



Flemming, ah. 136 

Fleshe, ah. 91 

Fleshly, adj. 100 

Fleumaticke, adj. 121 

Fleume, ah. a lancet, 96 

Flewme, ah. phlegm, 95 

Flexibil, adj. 129 

Flexible, adj. 113 

Flick, ah. a flitch of bacon, 120 
111 
135 
142 
149 
149 
150 
158 
53 
158 
158 
156 



Flighty, adj 
Fling, <;. 

Flirre & laugh, to. 
Flit, V. plicwre^ 
Flit, to, from a place, 
Flitch, ah. 
Flock, ah. 
Flock, v.JUctere, 
Flocke, ao. 

Flocke, V. e(mgreg<»re, 
Flood, ah. 

Flooke,«3.aflish. A.S.^,159 
" Flook, flounder."— >/«/«x. 

Floore, ah. 175 1 
Floore, v. to floor with 

boards, 175 10 

Florish, v.jlorere^ 144 19 

Florish, ah. germen, 144 5 

Florishing, part. 136 41 

Floud, ah. 217 1 

Floudy, a^. 113 4 

Flounder, ah. 73 32 

Flounder, v. 78 7 

Floure, ah. a flower, 222 25 

Floure, v. 222 29 

Floute, ah. a mock, 228 20 

Flowre, ah. a flower, 73 35 



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Flowre, v. 

Flowiye, ad;. 107 

Fludde, ah, 182 

Flurlipped, ad/, 49 

Flarre, to, with the lyppes, 1 90 

** I fleere, I make an yvell oountenannce 
with the mouthe by unooTeryng of 
the tethe. je ricaone.'* — Palsgrave, 



COL. LIKK. 

78 9 

2 

42 

34 

20 



193 

194 

195 

(73 

177 

108 

99 

108 

( 99 

I 108 

212 



riushe, v.fluctarey 
Fluste, sh,flmtri4m, 
Flute, sh. 

Fluter, sh. 

Flye, sh. 

Flye, V, to run away, 

Flye, r. to avoyd, 

Flye, to, OS a bird, | 

Flyer, great, sh, 
Flyte, V, to chide. A.S. 
JlUan, 161 9 

"Flytin or chydin. contendo."— 

Prompt, Parv, 
«*To flytte. altercari."-CViM Ang. 

Fodder, sh. 
Fodder, v. 
Foe, sh, 
Fogge, sh, 
Foggish, adj. 
Fole, sh, a foal, 
FoUie, sh. 

Folowe, V, to follow, 
Feme, shy foam, 
Fome, V, to foam, 
Fomye, adj, foamy, 
Fonde, adj, stolidus, 

*'Fonde or folyshe speakynge. stulti- 
loquium."— /r«/(C«/. 



73 


41 


78 


11 


154 


11 


157 


33 


145 


18 


160 


31 


99 


21 


180 


42 


161 


22 


161 


26 


101 


39 


166 


44 



Font, sh, 
Foode, sh, 
Foole, sh, 
Foolehardy, adf, 
Fctolish, adj, 
Foord, sh. a ford, 
Foorthwith, adv. 



167 47 

156 2 

161 4 

97 16 

145 23 

f75 17 

150 35 



Foote, sh, a foot, 
Foote, V. 



178 25 
178 30 



" To foote. greasus ponere." — Baret. 
**I foote a daunce or morisque." — 
Palsgrave , 

Foote, to, a stoole, 178 31 

Footelesse, adj. 91 24 

Footman, sh, 20 29 

Tot, prep, 170 26 

For, conj. 170 25 

Forage, v, "to forage the 

country,*' 11 30 

Forage, v, "to forage 

cattle," 
Forainer, sh. 
Forayne, sh, foriea, 
Forayne, adj, foreign. 
Forbid, v. 



31 
30 

8 

5 
11 
47 

6 
31 
23 
10 
32 
31 
38 
45 

4 
37 
42 
19 
14 
40 
16 
46 
44 
44 



" To foreslowe, or slacke, and linger, 
cessare." — Baref. 

Forespeake, v, to foretel, 207 7 

'* Forespeakinge or forespeache. anti- 
loquium.' '—Huloet, 

Forest, sh. 92 14 

Forestall, t?. 13 la 

Foreswomc, ^ffr/. 172 33 



Force, v, cogere, 

Forcedlye, adj. 

Forcke, sh, 

Fordoe, r. 

Forecast, v. 

Forefather, sh. 

Forefinger, sh. 

Foreflight, sh. 

Foreknowe, v. 

Foreknowledge, sh. 

Forepart, sh. 

Forerunne, v. 

Foreryde, v. praewrrere, 

Foresayle, sh. 

Foresee, v, 

Foreshowe, sh.praludium, 1 80 

Foreshowe, r. to foretel, 180 

Foreskin, sh. 133 

Foreslowe, v. negligere, 180 



11 

79 

201 

202 

116 

172 

100 

171 

154 

36 

79 

79 

119 

180 

52 

33 

188 

117 

199 

46 



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COL. Lunt. 

119 37 

82 43 

136 13 

149 28 

204 7 

204 11 

93 29 

193 2 

159 36 

172 34 

172 4 

lyke. 



Foresyght, sh. 
Forewame, r. 
Forewarning, sb. 
Forewrit, th. 
Forfayt, sb, falloma, 
Forfayti r. tram^edif 
Foifet, V. 
Forfetore, ib, 
Forlooke, r. 
Forlome, adj. 
Form of an hare, »i. 

"Foonne of a hare, or o>i 
histnim." — Prompt. Paw, 
^ The form of a hare, giate d'nn lierre." 

Forme, %h a bench, 172 2 

Forme, %b, fashion, 172 3 

Forme, r. 172 7 

Formost, (kdj. 176 10 

Fomaoe, %b. a fdmace, 7 10 
^'Afbmas. hio oaminiia.'* — Catk.Ang, 

Forsake, r. 12 33 

Forse, «J. force, 172 44 

Forspeake, i^. to bewitch, 207 S 

''To fmnpeke. fiMoinare."— CtfM.^f n^. 
" I fortpeake a thyng by eaohaimte- 

maatea. je enehante." — PaUgrave, 
'* To foreapeake or beewitoh. 

-^Baret. 



Forge, ib. 
Forge, V. to feign, 
Forge, V, fabriearey 
Forget, V. 
Forgetful, aij. 
Forgere, r. 
Forgoe, v. 

Forgotte, r. to forget, 
Forhead, $1. 
Forjudge, v. abfudicar^y 
Forejudge, v, pr^^juHearey 1 83 
Forteth, o^p*. 88 

Forthinke, «. 138 

Fortiiye, v. 98 

Fortnyght, $1. 119 

Fortresse, $b. 85 

Fortimate, adj. 



171 
171 
171 

93 
187 

90 
154 
177 
206 
183 



24 
27 
26 
80 

3 
13 
24 
16 

7 

13 
14 
38 
28 

3 

40 

11 

41.16)21 



Fortune, %b. 

Fortye, 

Forward, 

Fosper, 4^. a footstep. 

«por, 
Foster, $h. 
Foster, r. 
Fould, V. 

Fould, $h. a playt, 
Fould for cattel, %h. 
Fould for shepe, $h. 
Foule, $h. a fowl, 
Foule, adj. 
Found, 17. 
Foundment, $b. 
Fountayne, $b. 
Fourdye, adj. ftill 

fords. 



A.S. 



of 



OOL. UKB. 

189 30 

111 38 

112 8 
29 18 

73 44 

73 45 

78 12 

218 46 

218 42 

218 43 

218 44 

218 11 

218 27 

220 48 

66 28 

201 10 

97 14 

(* Fourdie or fiill of fbarda. tadoaaa." — 
Bartt. 

Fourteene, adj. 
Fourtenth, aij. 
Foxgloove, 9h. 
Foyne, sh. a prick, 

** Foynen or gyre a fope. punctom 

Foyson, th. plenty, 163 

Foysonouse, adj. plentiful, 226 
Foyst, ih. a ship, 216 

*^ Foyst to carry marchamtdyae. Ante 
marchande." — Palsgrave. 

<* Foiat, called a great or lyght abippe.'* 
"Hulod. 

VcfjBt, V. iuffereire, 216 11 

Foystye, adj. innpidM^ HI 35 

" Foyrtye, aa not vw^:*-ffuloa. 
** Foiitie,mooldie,ormiutie. mucidus." 
^Bant. 

27 
24 
38 
40 
9 
80 



69 


44 


69 


22 


179 


12 


215 


15 



32 

1 
10 



Fragment, sh. 

Frame, sh. 
Frame, v. 
Franoe, $b. 
Fmnk», atfj. free. 



(66 
(68 
17 
17 
21 
24 



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281 



OOL. LXKB. 

Fraske, r. ''to ihinke 

eattel," to fatten, . 24 23 

** Frank, kepynee of fowlys to make 

fittte. mi^iuixaA:*-'PfotHpt, Paw. 

"Francked or fedde in a francke. 

Frankinaencey ah, 64 17 

Franklmg, 9h. Ubmiu; 136 14 

Frangy, %h. frenzy, 108 13 

Flranticke, adj, 121 22 

Eratemitie, 9h. 109 35 

Fraudulent, adj. 68 36 

Fraught, $b. freight money, 10 34 
Fraught, v. <'to fraught 

a ship," 10 30 

Freake, %h. giganUduif 206 44 

<* pe wajferande freke}, on fote & on 
hon.^^Al/$t. Poems, B. 1. 79. 

Freate, v. to fret, 212 25 

Frecken, sb. a freckle, 60 46 



"Frecken or freodes in 


ones 


faoe. 


Untille."— /Wj;fr«w. 






Freekle, sh. 


[ 47 
205 


20 
28 


Freckles, ih, variola^ 


205 


29 


Fredome, tib. 


161 


37 


Ftee, adj. 


46 


31 


Frenchman, $h. 


21 


1 


Frende, $h a friend, 


64 


38 


Frendly, adj. 


100 


7 


Frendahip, «5. 


140 


38 


Frenge, ah. a fringe, 


65 


32 


Frenseke, adj. frtmtio. 


64 


38 


Frensicke, a4j. frantic, 


121 


23 


Frensy, ah. 


108 


15 


Frequent, adj. 


67 


16 


Firequent, v. 
Frei^ adj. unsalted. 


67 
91 


3 
34 


Freshe, adj. new. 


91 


33 


Frets of a lute, ib. 


212 


12 


Friar, 9b. 


209 


21 


Friture, 9b. a pancake. 






fritter. 


193 


11 






OOL. UMK. 

Fro, prep. 154 30 

Frocke, 9b. 158 17 

Frogge, 9b. 157 34 

Front, 9b. 168 1 

Frontayle, <3.>o»^ 199 15 

" Frontayle for a womans head, eome 
caU it a fronttot. frontale."— ^«AW. 

Frontlet, 9b. 88 12 

Fios^ adj. 62 14 

Frost, 4^. 175 44 

FroB^, <wjf*. Ill 36 

Frothe, 9b. 177 36 

Fiothe, t;. 177 38 

Frothy, Ǥ. Ill 34 

Froune, v. 220 7 

Frowarde, adj. 31 8 

Frow, 9b. uxoTf 179 28 

** Frow, a Inaty woman."— 5^i««iw«». 

Froyse, 9b. a pancake, 216 1 

*' A froixe or pancake, fritllla.*' Battf, 

*« Frojes or pancake. tntaXlh.**^J/tdP€f. 

Frubhish, v. to ftirbish, 144 20 

Frugalitie, 9b. 109 86 

Fruitful, adj. 187 4 

Fruition, 9d. 165 16 

Frumentye, 9b. 109 37 

Frunt, 9$. a front, 189 19 

<• A frunte. hec frona."— C«M. Aiigi. 

Fruskin, 9b. 133 46 

Frustrate, adj. fhistrated, 39 44 

Frute, 9b. 195 46 

Frye, i^ 103 20 

Fryerie, 9b. a monastery, 104 20 

Frymmed, adj. unnatural, 49 30 

"Fremyd or strawnge. eKtranetta."-^ 
Prompt. Parv. 

Fuddor, 9b. a cart load. 

A.8./o>^, 73 47 

Fugitive, 9b. 153 2 

Fugitire, adj. 153 47 

Ful,M^'. 185 24 

Fulfil, d. 127 5 

Fuller, 9b. 74 8 



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COL. 1 


t.IXK. 


cox,, uirs. 


Fulmare, sh. a ferret, 


28 


47 


Fyest, V. to fart, 22 25 


" Fulmare, best peooidee.' 


^—Prompt. 


"Fyistyn. cacoo, lirido.*'— /*r<ww//. 


Parv. 






Parv. 


"A fulmer or polcatte. 


martee 


» 


" I fyest, I stynke. je yem^." —Pals- 


Bargf. 






grave. 


•* Fulmarde, a hewV*—Pa/sgravf 




" Fiesten or let a fiest i^o."—Huioet. 


Fulsome, adf./<Bdus, 


162 


9 


Fygyeard, sb. 210 29 


Fumbil, r. to tumble, 


127 


11 


Fyle, V. to defile, to soil, 131 4 


Fumble, r. 


188 


22 


Fyle, V. to file, 131 5 


Fume, sb. 


188 


8 


FyUie, sb. a mare, 99 22 


Fume, V. to f^me as fire 


, 188 


13 


Fyllip, V. to flip with 


Fume, V. to fret. 


188 


14 


the finger, 141 10 


Fumositie, sb. 


109 


38 


"A fillip with onee finger or nailc. 


" Fumosity : eraoakineee. 


'--Bailor, 


talitrum."— ^a/r/. 


TOl. 2. 






Fylth, «J. dirt, 130 34 


Fumye, at^. 


101 


40 


Fyme, adj. dung, 132 22 


Function, sb. 


165 


19 


" Fyme and fylthe."-^///arf. 


Fundation, sb. a founda- 
tion, 
Funerall, adj. 
Funnel, sb. 
Furiouse, adj. 
Furlong, sb. 


165 

14 

55 

227 

167 


17 
24 
43 
10 
14 


Fynall, adj. 13 24 


Fyneable, a^. 2 45 
Fynger, sb. 73 28 
Fynne of fish, »5. 132 44 
FyoU) »i. a pot, 160 11 


Furmitorye, sb. 


104 


21 


"Fyoll or water pottc. amula."— 


Furnish, v. 


144 


21 


Huloet. 


Furre, sb. 


190 


15 


Fyre, sb. fire, 143 9 


Furre, r. 


190 


22 


Fyveteene, adj. 69 45 


Furrowe, sb. 


180 


17 




Further, r. 
Furrowe, v. 


78 
180 


13 
43 


Gab, r. to joke. A.S. 


Furtherance, sb. 
Furthermore, adv. 


21 
174 


32 
43 


gabban, 1 24 
Gab, V. to lie, 1 25 


Furthermost, adf. 


176 


11 


" Gabbynge or loBynge." — Prompt. 


Furthest, adf. 


92 


37 


Parv. 


Furye, sb. 


104 


22 


Gable, sb. a beame, 1 40 


Fustion, sb. 


165 


20 


Gad, sb. a goad, 7 30 


Fyall, sb. a phial. 


13 


87 


" Gad orgode. ^^sssxaa.^—Prompt.Parv. 


"Fyal or fyolle. fiala/ 


* — Prompt. 


" Gadde, gode or rodde wyth a pricke 


Pafv. 






at the ende to dryve oxen, stimu- 


Fyddle, v. 


116 


22 


lum." — Huloet. 


Fye ! %nUfy. 


97 


41 


Gad of steel, *5. 7 29 


Fyer, sb. fire, 
Fyer, v. to fire, 


73 

78 


21 
4 


" Gadde of Steele, quarreau dacier."— 
Palsgrave. 


Fyerish, adj. 


145 


16 


^* A gadde of Steele, massa chalybis." 


Fyerye, adf. 


107 


1 


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OOL. LIMB. 

Gkidde, v. to gad abroad, 7 47 

Gkidwande, ib. a goad, 28 7 

Gage, sL a pledge, 10 41 

€bge, r. to pledge, 10 43 

Gumestand, v. to oppose, 23 20 

''To gaynstancL calcitrare, resistere, 

Ac."— CtfM. An^/. 
** Oaynestand or wythstaBd. obnsto." 

—Huloet, 
"I gaynestande or am against ones 

pniposea. jadveree."— /ii/j5^tf»^. 

Galage, %h. a shoe, 11 12 

"Oalache, or ealoohe, undyr soWnge 

of mannys fote." — Pfompt Parv. 

(see note). 
''Shoe called a gallage, or patten 

whrohe hath nothjnge but la- 

chettes."— ^Wiv/. 

Gale, ib. a bird, the same 

as heweU and wKale^ q,v, 17 3 

Gale, **. of wind, 17 4 
Gale, r. "to gale for cplde,'* 

to ache, 17 15 

Ghderye, sb. a gallery, 104 23 

Gbilingale, sb. herb, 17 19 

" Galyngale, borbe. acorns/'— /r«/<¥/» 

Galingale, sb. spice, 17 20 

" Ganyngale, or galyngale, spyce. ga- 

langa."— /Vow//. Parv, 
" Galyngale, spyce. galanga."— /^tiAv/. 
Gall, ib. 12 40 

Gallant, a^'. 25 36 

Gallon, ib, 163 33 

Gallop, ib. 169 27 

Gallop, f^. 169 83 

Gallowdapper, ib. a thief, 81 4 

" Gallowclappers, thieyes.*' — Bai/fv 
(vol. 2). 



Gallowes, ib. 


180 


18 


Gallye, ib. vessel. 


99 


24 


Galte, ib. a pig. 


16 


31 



" Galte (or gylte), swyne. nefrendns." 

^Pfompi, Pafv. 
"Gait, or yonge hogge or sow. por- 

oetpa."— .««/<»<<, 



ML. UMB. 

Ghunarstangae, ib. oblong, 23 44 
Gambalde, ib, a lei^, a skip, 15 44 

" Gambaldvnge horses, beyinge M of 
gambaldiDge and prannsynges."— 
Huioet. 

" To fetch ffambaldes. crura in sublime 
jactare."— ^fl«/. 

Game, «^. 17 34 

Game, v, to play, 17 41 

Ghunmon, «^. of baooD, 163 35 

Gander, ib, 74 7 

Gbme, V, to yawn, 19 10 

"He ganeth as he had nat slepte 
ynoughe." ^Palsgrave. 

Ghmnet, ib. the Solan 

goose. A.S. ganet, 88 4 
« A gannet bird. penelops.''^i9ar(e/. 
"Gante, byrde. bistarda."— /Vww//. 
Parv, 

Gbmtlet, ib. a gauntlet, 88 11 

Gape, V. to yawn, 26 31 

Gappe, ib. an opening, 26 44 

Garbadge, ib. 8 13 

Garbage, ib. 11 13 

Garbage, v, 11 32 

Gaid, ib. of a garment, 29 45 

Gkurdayne, ib. a garden, 201 14 

Garde, ib. of men, 29 44 

Garde, v. 30 5 

Garded, cote, laeiniaiui, 49 23 

Garden, ib. 60 47 

Gardener, ib, .79 34 

Gargil, ih. gargle, 124 46 

Gargil, r. to gargle, | J^g 36 

Gbrgle, ib. 31 36 

Gargle, r. j ,»J g 

Garison, ib. a body of men, 1 63 36 

Garland, ib. 23 5 

GarHck, ib. 121 1 

Garment, vb. 66 29 

Gamer, ib. 74 11 

Gkunish of pouter, ib, 144 6 

" Gamysche of Tassella. gamitnm.'*— 
Primpi. Patv. (see note). 

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COL. uirx. I 

Ghunisoiiy #&. a body of { 

men, 163 37 

Gamop, ih. a mat, 169 28 

*' A gsmep to be laide under the ^t 
upon tne table to sare the table 
eloth deane. huM:*^lVithals, ed. 
1608. 

Garrettes, sh. 87 2 

Qane, th, a gash, 33 14 

" A garse. hec scara Tel searia.'*— CWA. 

Angl. 
" Gane or entte. inciwira."— /Tj^Aw/. 
** Ganshe in wode or in a knife, hoche." 

Palsgrave, 

Garter, sh. 74 13 
(Jarter, v. **to garter 

hose," 78 15 

Gartb, tih, an orchard, 34 2 

" A garthe. hec sepes.**— Oi/i. An^, 

Gashe, tib, 36 6 

Gashe, v. 85 8 

Gaspe, r. 35 38 

Gate, th, 39 7 

Gather, v. 78 2 

Gaude, si. a toy, 43 30 



" Gawde or 
Parv, 



iape. nuga."— /Vww/A 



Gaude, v, to scoff, 43 32 

** Issuing forth their delicate mouths in 
carping, gauding, and jesting at 
young gentlemen," — PalaceofHea- 
sute^ Yol. i. fol. 60. 

Gaudionse, adj. 226 2 

Gayge, %b. a gage, 197 41 

C^ayge, r. to gage, 197 45 

Gayler, tih, a gaoler, 74 4 

Gayne, %h. 200 3 

Gayne, v. 100 20 

Gayse, v, to gaze, 203 14 

Gayt, sh. a goat, 203 39 

"A gayte. hie caper, hec capra."-— 
CtfM. Angl. 

Geare, 9h. res. JL.S.geartva, 209 22 
Geate, sh. 212 13 

Geese, sb. 93 13 



COI,. LIKK. 

Gelde, v. to castrate, 58 10 

Gelding, sb. 136 15 

GeUie, «*. 99 23 

Gellie,t;. 99 36 

Gelofer, *5. 79 35 

Gelosie, «J. jealousy, 108 18 

Genet of Spayne, sb. horse, 86 42 

Genitall, fl^". 14 25 

Genitoure, »b. gmitor, 223 12 

Genitoures, sb. genitals, 223 13 

Gent, adj. gentle, 66 14 

Gentian, sb. a herb, 19 12 

Gentil, adj. gentle, 128 47 

Gentile, *&. 131 10 

GentiHtie, sb. 109 39 

Gentleman, %b. 20 30 

Geometricall, adj. J ^^ g.^ 

Geometric, sb. 104 25 

Germane, sb. a German, 19 42 

Geme, v. to grin, 81 43 

** And gaped like a gulfe when he did 

rae.*^ — Spenser's Faerie Queene^ 
xii. 16. 

Gerth, sb. a girdle, 83 2 

Gesse, sb. a guess, 84 25 

Gesse, v. to guess, 84 36 

Gest, sb. a story, 212 2 

Gesture, sb. 192 22 

Gesture, v. to gesticulate, 193 9 

*<To gesture, or deoUdre anything by 
the outward motions of the bodie. 
gestio." — Baret. 

Get, V. to obtain. 
Get, to, issue. 
Get, to, goods, 
Geve, V. to give, 
Ghoste, sb. 
Ghostly, adj. 
Gift, sb. 

Gils of a fish, sb. 
Giltie, adj. guilty, 



86 8 

86 6 

86 7 

90 10 

175 45 

100 8 

118 2 

123 18 

112 15 

♦* Gylty or defawty. reva:* ^Prompt. 
Parv. 

Ging,.r. to jingle, 135 34 

GingU, r. to jingle, 127 16 



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Ginne, sb. a snare, 132 45 

Gird, sb, Tehemence, 142 9 
Gird, sb. fit, 142 8 

" Strette. a pinch, nip, wrinoh, twindge, 
gird/'— C«^ww. 

Gird, V, 142 11 

Girle, sb. 142 30 

Girth, sb. a girdle, 143 5 

Gisem, sb. a gizzard, 81 44 

** Garbage of fowles, orgyseme. entera." 

Prom^* Parv. 
'* The gisard or gisame of a bird." — 

— Sherwood. 

Git, sb. herb, 148 40 

"Herbegith. %ii!ckr —Sherwood. 

Git, r. to get. 

Git, V. to beget, 

Give, r. 

Glad, adj. 

Glad, V. 

Glade, sb. 

Gladly, ad/c. 

Glance, sb. 

Glarye of an eg, sb. the 

white, 

" Glayre. hoc album6n."~C(0M. Ang, 

Glase, V. to glaze, 36 45 

Glasse, sb. 34 

Glasse, sb. a looking glass, 34 
Glassy, adj. 108 

Glaunce, r. 21 

Gleade, sb. a kite, 205 

*' A glede. hie milyiis.'*~CViM. Angl. 
*' Milan royal, the ordinary kite or 
glead." — Cotg7 ave. 

Gleame, to, come, 208 20 

"Gleme come, spioilegium facere. 
gleamer of come, spicilegus." — 
Huloet. 

Glee, sb. mirth, 46 19 

Glee, V. to squint, 46 28 

»» To glee, limare."— CflM. Angl. 

^* Glaye, or loke a skope. transrertere 
\^xios:'—Huioet, 



149 


11 


149 


12 


152 


34 


7 


37 


8 


1 


8 


27 


101 


16 


21 


10 



104 26 



Glewe, sb. glue. 


COL. 

94 


13 


Glewe, r. 


94 


24 


Glewish, adj. glutinous 


, 145 


24 


GlifEe, sb. a looking back, 1 1 7 


29 


Gliffe, t;. to look back. 


117 


31 


Glish, sb. a glitter. 


143 


41 


Glish, V. to glitter. 


143 


46 


Glister, v. 


78 


17 


Globe, sb. 


155 


8 


Globerd, sb. glowworm, 


1 ^^ 
(210 


20 
20 


" Globerde or glowonne. 


lampyris 


»» 


Huloet. 






" Globerde, a flye. nng Ter qni reluit 


de nnyt." — Palsgrave. 






Gloove, sb. a glove. 


179 


8 


Glore, V. to gaze, 


174 


21 


Glorie, sb. 


104 


27 


Glorie, r. 


106 


39 


Gloriouse, adj. 


227 


11 


Glose, sb. a gloss. 


221 


41 


Glose, V. to gloss. 


221 


47 


Gloume, v. to frown. 


219 


38 


Glowe, to, as the eare,- 


— 




tobum, 


179 


36 


Glutonouse, adj. 


227 


12 


Glutton, sb. 


163 


3 


Gluttony, sb. 


102 


13 


Glyde up, v. 


117 


4 


Glyde down, v. 


117 


5 


Glyde forward, r. 


117 


6 


Glye, V. to squint. 


99 


13 



" To glie, or askue, overthwart. trang. 

rertere hircquoe." — Baret. 
**61yar6orgoguleye. limni." Prompt. 

Pafv. 

Glyster, »*. 74 18 

Gnashe, v. 35 9 

Gnatte, sb. 37 9 

Gobbet, sb. a lump, 88 8 

**Oobet, lumpe. frustmm, masMu"— 

Prompt. Patv. 
** A gobbet or peeoe of any manner of 

thing, fnistram, hoXvj^.^ —Baret. 

Goblet, sb. 88 9 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDR. 



Gtod, sb, 

Gode, sh. a goad, 156 

Godhead, sh. 206 

Godly, ad;. 100 

Goe, V, 154 

Goffe, «5. a fool, 156 

GbgeoD, sb. the gudgeon, 163 
■ 62 

160 
134 
215 
26 



Golden, adf, 
Qole, sb, a goal. 
Goldfinch, sb. bird, 
Goldfoyle, sb. 
Goldknap, sb. a herb, 



OOL. UKB. 

155 28 
19 
19 
37 
22 
37 
34 
15 
32 
43 
2 
26 



** Goldknappe or pelow craye herbe. 
batrachion, ohrisanthemon." HtUoet. 

14 
36 



168 
167 



Gone, pari. 
Gonge, sb, a priry, 

**OooDg6, prevy. cloaca, latrina/*— 
Prompt, Parv, (see note). 

"Gbnge, draft or siege, privye or 
jaqoet. forica."— //ii2w/. 

Good, a^, 156 8 

Goose, sb. ^'I'l 18 

Gooseberrie, sb. 104 28 

Goosegrasse, sb, 34 41 

** Goejt gres, or camoroche, or wylde 
tanzy. camaroca.'*— /'nww//. Parv, 
(see note). 

•* Goge greoe, an herbe." — Palsgrave. 

'* Goosegraase or cUyer: this hearbe 
pTpweth about hedges and ditches : 
It is drie of complexion."— ^0rv/. 

Gorbelye, sb^ a glutton, 99 25 

*' Gorbealy. yentriosos. ~ gorbealied 

glotton. doUaris helao." — Huloet, 
•* A gorhelly. yentru." — Sherwood, 
<( The belching gorhelly hath well nigh 
kUled me.'' —Lingua, (Old Plays, 
V. 218). 

Gore, sb. the lap, 174 7 

** An elf quene shal my lemman be, 
And slope under my gore." 

— Chaucer, Rime of S Thopas, 
** Goore of a dothe. laoinia. — Prompt, 
Pafv. (see note). 

**Gooreuf asmocke. poyntede chemise." 
Palsgrave, 



COL. M^F. 



174 


24 


171 


25 


88 


10 


226 


3 


227 


13 


79 


38 



i 



Gore, r. perfodere. 
Gorge, sb. tiie gullet, 
Gorget, sb. 

Gorgiouse, adj. 

Gbrmander, sb. 
'* Gormaunder or greate eater, mando." 
Huloet, 

Goshauke, sb. a falcon, 44 35 
"A goshauke. hie aucipiter."— CVjM. 

Angl, 
** A goeehauke or falcon, haliseetus."— 

Baret, 

Gosling, sb. 

Gospel, sb. 
Gossip, sb, 

Gote, sb. a goat, 

Gotish, adj. goatish, 

CFotten, pwrt, 

Ck>uld, sb. gold, 

Gh)ule, sb. a goal, 

Goune, sb. a gown. 

Gourd, sb. herb. 

Gourd, sb. cup, 

Gourmander, sb. a glutton 

Goute in the hand, sb. 

Gout^ in the feete, sb. 

Goutie, adj. 

Governance, sb. 

GoTemement, sb. 

Grace, sb. 

Oraffe, sb. a graft, 

Graffe, v. to graft, 

Gramercye, inUrj. great 
thanks, 

Grammer, sb. 

Granarie, sb. 

Grandame, sb. a grand- 
mother, 

Grandfather, sb. 

Grandmother, sb, 

Gransier, sb. grandsire. 

Grant, v. to concede. 

Grape, sb. 

Grape, r. 



136 16 

137 29 
56 2 

140 37 

177 47 

203 39 

145 28 

62 17 

218 36 

218 12 

219 47 
224 14 
224 15 
1, 79 36 
228 21 
228 22 
111 37 

21 33 

68 23 

6 36 

9 15 

9 21 

96 21 

74 19 

104 24 

18 16 

79 39 

79 40 

72 39 

24 46 

26 24 

26 32 



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287 



COL. UKS. 

Graple, 8b. of a ship, 27 40 

Grashop, sb, a grasshopper, 169 29 
Grasing of cloths, »b. 

greasing, 136 17 

Grasing of catel, $b, 186 18 

Grasse, sb. 34 30 

Grassy, adf, 108 33 

Grate, sb. 39 8 

Gratefid, ad;. 185 36 

Grater, *J. 74 22 

Gratifye, v. 98 4 

Grationse, adj, 227 14 

Grave, ad;\ 42 44 

Grave, v, to engrave, 42 36 

Graven, adf, 62 18 

Grayne, sb. 200 4 

Graynes, sb. spices, 200 5 

Graynge, sb. 202 1*3 

Greace, sb. . 204 34 

Greasye, adjf. 108 27 

Great, adf. 212 37 

Grecian, sb. a Greek, 19 28 

Greece, sb. a stair, 48 14 

•* Qreoe, or tredyl, or steyre. gradus." — 
Prompt. Parv. (see note). 

** Greoe, grioe, steppe or staire. gradus." 
Hulod. 

" A greece (or step of a stair) marohe." 
—Shefwood. 

Greedie, adj. 97 24 

Gxeefe, sb. grief, 53 7 

Greene, adj. 69 24 

Greete, «3. grit, gravel, 89 11 

** Sablonniere. a sand*bed, sand-pit, 
sandy plot, a place ftill of sand, 
greet or small graTeL"— C(?//rav^. 



Greete, v. to weep, 


89 


15 


Greete, to, one. 


89 


16 


Greeve, v. to grieve, 


90 


11 


Greneswel, sb. the herb 






gronndsel. 


56 


5 


Greve, sb. grief, 


90 


4 


Grevouse, adj. 


226 


4 


Grewel, sb. gruel, 


56 


4 


Griffin, #a. 


61 


3 



COL. LIKK. 

Gril, fl^-. cold, 123 47 

" While they han sufl&red eold (nil strong, 

In wethers grille and derke to sighf 
--Rom. de la RosCy qnot. by Wedgwood. 
Grin, v. 133 17 

Grinde, v. 135 4 

Gnnne, sb. a gin, 132 46 

** Lags, a snare, ginn or grinn."— Curf- 
grave. 
Gripper, sb. 74 24 

Gristil, sb. 125 1 

Gristle, **. 147 31 

Grit for scouring, sb. 148 41 
Grone, v. to groan, 168 12 

Groome, sb. 162 32 

Groon of a swin, sb. 168 32 

" Groyne of a swyne. rostrum porci- 
nnm."— /Vww//. Parv. (see note). 
" Grystle or gronnye of a swyne. pro- 
boscis." — Huloet. 
Groser, «*. 74 27 

Grosse, adj. 175 35 

Grosser, sb. 74 26 

Grote, sb. coin, 178 1 

Grotes, sb. groats, 178 2 

Ground, sb. 220 34 

Ground, v. 220 44 

Ground of a building, sb. 220 35 
Grounsoyle, sb. the herb 

groundsel, 215 3 

Grousling, adj. groveling, 136 42 
Grouthead, sb. a thick- 
headed feUow, 206 6 
** For there you may see many a greedy 
grouth€«d." — Taylor^ s JVorAes, 
1630. 
Grove, sb. 179 1 
Growe, v. 179 38 
Growsome, adf. frightful, 162 10 
Ghrudge, sb. 183 7 
Grudge, v. 183 11 
Grudge of sicknesse, sb. 
prasagiumy 183 8 
^Grudgyngcof sekenesse. submurmor." 
—Prompt. Parv. 

Grudgeable, adj. 3 4 



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INDEX OF EKGLISH WORDS. 



OOL. LUIS. 

Gronsel, sh. groundsel, 56 6 
Grunt, f^. 189 22 

GryAn, ib. 133 46 

Gryme, v. cHmmari, 182 31 
Grymme, adj. grim, 131 34 

Ghynestone, 9b. a grind- 

ttone, 168 18 

Grype, ih. a griffin, 141 37 

"Grvpe, byrde. vultor.*'— /Vww/^. 
Arv. (see note). 

" Gryffon or gripe, griphui." — Huloet. 
Grype of a hand, «6. 141 40 

Giype, V. pahnarSf 141 42 

Gryaely, adf. 100 9 

Grysle coloure, glaueulutj 147 37 
Goardayne, sb. 201 17 

Guarded, part. 49 24 

Guarden, sb. a guardian, 61 1 
Guest, sb. 91 42 

Gulfe,*ft. 187 30 

Gull, «a. bird, 185 18 

GuUet, sb. 88 13 

Gulygutte, tb. a glutton, 195 26 

** A ffuUigutte, or deyourer of his owce 
smMtaunoe, a lurcher, laroo.'' Baret. 

Gunne, sb. 188 31 

Ghinpouder, sb. 79 41 
Gurmander, v. to gour- 

mandize, 83 22 

Gumarde, sb. a fish, 30 24 

*< Gurnard, fyishe. gomardns, gaUu$ 
marinns." — Prompt. Patv. 

"Gumarde, a fysshe— goumault."— 
Palsgrave, 

Gushe, to, out, 193 46 

Gutte, sb. bowel, 195 17 

Gutter, sb. 71 26 

Guyse, sb. 147 41 

Gyande, sb. a giant, 23 6 



* A giande. hie gigans."— CaM. Ang, 

Gyant, sb. a giant, 25 

Gybbon,«5. a long garment. 

O.F. gippan, 163 

Gyddie, adf. 97 

Gyde, sb. a guide, 116 

G^de, V. to guide, 117 



25 10 

38 . 
23; 
41 
3 



Gye, V. to guide, 98 23 

Gygge, sb. a prating 

woman, 118 38 

*<Gi^ em. drabe, inyemtw etiam 
giglot like, quod ezp. like a strum- 
pet, t^**— Skinner. 
"Gig, a trifling, silly, flightj fellow." 
rorby. 

Gyglotte, sb. a loose girl, 177 1 
"Go not to >e wrastelinge, ne to 
schotinge at cok, 
As it were a strumpet or a giffgelot" 
^BabeesBoke, etc., p.40,E.E.T.S., 1867. 
Gylder, sb. a trap, 74 15 

"A gilder, hie lauqueus."—Ca/i. Ang. 
Gyldhead, sb. fish, 206 8 

Gyle, sb. a guile, 130 41 

Gymlocke, sb. a gimlet, 158 39 
"Gymelot. penetraL" — Prompt. Parv. 
GymoUe, sb. 160 12 

"Gymowe of a sperynge. vertinella, 
gemella."— /^ ompt.Patv. (see note). 
" The gimew or henge of a dore. ver- 
tebra. Tertibulum." — BarH. 
"Alliances, gimmouls, or gimmoul- 
rings. "— Cotgrave. 
Gynger, sb. 74 16 

Gyrdil, *3. 124 47 

Gyrdiron, sb. a gridiron, 163 39 
Gyrdlestead, sb. 206 9 

* * The girdlestead. cinctura.' * — Baret. 
Gyse, sb. guise, 147 40 

Gyteme, sb. a guitar, 82 3 

"Gyteme. samba, citoUa."— Pnww/r. 

Parv. (see note). 
"Gitteme or rebecke. fldicula." — 
Huloet. 
Gyves, sb. 152 27 

Gyzer of a bird, sb. 75 26 

Ha ha, iwUrj. I 7 

Haberdasher, sb. 80 47 

Habergeon, sb. a small 

hawberk, 163 40 

" Haburyone or hawberk (haburgyo}« 

Xfm^'—Prompt. Paru. 
"An habergiou or cote of mal«."— 
Baret. 



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289 



HabiHtie, ab. 109 


40 


Habit, 8b. 149 


29 


Habit. V. 149 


44 


Hack/«^. a mattock, 5 


10 


"Htch, bachell, hachet"— ^-Ami^W. 


Haddooke, ah. Mi, 158 


40 


Haft, sb. a handle, 9 


30 


«< The haft, hilt, or haadLo of any i 
or weapon, mannbrinm."— ^a 


^le 


rd. 


Haggesse, ab. a sort of 




pudding, 85 


12 


Haifer, »i. a beifer, 71 


36 


Haire of hanks, ah. hmu, 202 


35 


Halbart,#*./a^r, 83 


38 




n 


Palstave, 




Halfe, Bb. 16 


5 


Hall, $b. 12 


41 


Halowe, r . to harrow land, 181 


1 


Halowe, v. to hallow, 180 


47 


Halte, V. 16 


38 


Halter, sh. 74 


28 


Halybntte, »J. fish, 195 


27 


Hame of a horse, ah. a 




horse collar, 17 


37 



*<Attelle6. the hanmes of a draught 
hones collar; the two flat sticki 
that enoompaas it." — Catgrave. 

Hamme, %h. the ham of 

the leg, 17 22 

" The hamme of ones legge behind the 
knee, poplet." — Baret, 

Hammer, %b. 74 20 

Hamper, ib. 72 47 

Hamper, r. 78 39 

Hancel, th. a handsel, 55 31 

Hanch, %h. of a beast, 22 27 

Hand, at, 23 21 

Handbell, Bb. 57 20 

Hande, %b. 22 41 

Handersome,<u^'.meddlingl62 12 

Handfast, aij. betrothed, 36 3 

Handfast, i;. to betroth, 36 13 

Handful, %b. 185 26 

Handgrope, sh.furdfet, 170 6 



COL. LXltE. 

Handil, sb. a handle, 125 2 

Handil, v. to handle, 127 18 

Handle, sh. 23 26 

Handle, v. 24 24 

Handmayd, sh. 197 81 

Handsome, adj. 162 11 

Hangman, sh. 20 31 

Hant, V. to haunt, 24 47 
Hanvel, »b. a worthless 

person, 56 10 

**Hanyell, knave, lenunis homo.*'— 
Huloet. 

Hap, V. to chance, 27 17 

Happe, sh. fortune, 26 47 

Happe, V. to cover, 27 18 

"Happyn or whappyn yn dofys." — 
Prompt. Parv. (see note). 

Happen, v. 61 22 

Hapte, adj. happed, 28 7 

Hafbagar, sb. 79 42 
Harborie, sb. a lodging. 

A. 8. hereberga, 104 29 
Harborlesse, tS^. 91 5 

Harborowe, Bb. a lodging, 180 24 

*' I harborowe, I lodge one in an inne. 
je herberge."— /Wjjfnw/^. 

Harboure, sh. 222 36 

Harde, adj. 30 7 

Hardel, sb. a hurdle, 55 46 

Harden, r. 61 23 

Hardle, Bb. hurdle, 31 18 

" Hardell— claie."— /^j/j5fmv^. 

Hardy, adj. 97 18 

Hare, Bb. 28 13 

Harefoote, Bb. herb, 178 29 

Harke, v. to hearken, 32 8 

Harken, v. 61 24 

Harle, v. to hurl, 32 20 

Harlotrie, Bb. 104 30 

Harlotte, Bb. 177 2 

Harme, Bb. 32 28 

Harme, v. 32 32 

Harmelesse, adj. 91 4 

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INDEX OF EKOLI8H WORDS. 



OOL. LXXS. 

Hame, sh, the brain, 32 39 

"pe harn6i. boo oerebmin." — CViM. 

"Herayi, or brtyne. eerebram."-* 
Prompt, Parv, 

Hamesse, 9I, 85 13 

Harnesse, t?. 90 19 

Harowe, %h, a harrow, 180 20 
Harowe, t^. to harrow the 

ground, 181 3 
Hfiffpe, ih. a mosioal in- 

stnunent, 32 47 
Harpe, t?. to play on the 

harp, 33 4 

HarriBb, adj, like a hare, 145 30 
Harry, r. to plunder, 

harrass, 106 31 

"I bairy or carry by foro©."— /\i/f- 
gravt. 

Hart, %h. deer, 33 24 

Harte, «^. a heart, 33 23 

Harte, p. to encourage, 33 32 
Harth, %h, the hearth of 

a fireplace, 34 3 

Hartsease, ih, flower, 204 42 

Harts tongue, «3. herb, 167 15 

Harreat, <^. 92 15 

Hasil, %h. hazel, 126 35 

Haskarde, %h, proUtarim, 30 25 

" Baikerde, a rongb fellow (Dekker), 
called in the If ortb, baipert.'* > 

<<yilaoebtttarddis.'' Percy*8 Rel.p.25. 
Hallmdl. 

Haale, %h. a hazel, 35 29 

Haale or hasil, 129 40 

Haspe, fib, a latch, 35 34 

Ha^, V, to bolt a door, 35 37 

''Aerapber. to buckle, grapple, batp, 
claip. "— Cotgravf, 

Haste, sh, speed, 36 18 

Hastle or hastil, 129 39 

Hasty, adj. Ill 39 

Hatch, V. <<to hatch 

eggs," 38 12 

Hatbhe, tib. 38 3 



OOL. UlfK. 



Hateful, adj. 



Hatches of a ship, bI, 38 10 

Hatchet, bI, 86 38 

Hate, V. 39 16 

( 185 37 

(187 5 

Haterid, «&. hatred, 116 8 

Hatte, Bh. 37 10 

Hauke, Bh. a hawk, 44 30 

Hauke, v. aueupari, 44 31 

Haute, adf. haughty, 45 12 
'<Hawty, as one tbat if pronde." — 

** Hawte mynded, or barynge an elated 
or supnied hwrie "^Nt/lott, 

Have, V. 42 37 

Haven, bL 61 4 

Haver, «5. oats, 74 41 

" Hayyr. bee ayena.**— CWA. Angi, 
''Areoeron. wild oats, barren oats, 
barer or oat gnm^—Co^gyiave, 

Haway, o^ 

Haw tree, Bb. bramble, 

Hawe, Bb, bramble, 

Hayle, Bb, hail, 

Hayle, v. to hail, ^an- 

dinare, 
Hayle, v, to hail, voLde- 

mon%ar$, 
Hayne,«^.hind. A.S.A»iia, 
Hazard play, Bb. 
Head, bo. 
Heade, v, to behead, 

'< I bedde a man, I cnt of bis beede. 

je diecxpWA,^^— Palsgrave. 
"To be punisbed by death, to be 

beaded/*— i^a/v/. 

Headed, adj, 51 31 

Headed, great, adj. 213 14 

Headlesse, adj, 91 23 

Headling, adj. headlong, 136 43 

Headman, Bb. 20 32 

Heale, v. 207 31 

Healeable, adj. 2 26 

Healthful, 01^'. 185 38 

Heahhy, a^. 111 27 



196 


46 


46 


87 


45 


23 


198 


80 


199 


1 


198 


45 


200 


6 


30 


26 


205 


36 


205 


41 



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291 



Heape, »b, 
Heape, v, 
Hearb, sh. 
Heard of catel, th. 
Heare, v. 

Heame, sh, a heron, 
Hearon, ah. a heron, 



OOL. UNB. 

208 45 

209 1 

210 5 

210 14 
209 87 

211 1 
163 41 

Heartie, adj. 111 38 

Heasle, bI, a hazel tree, 211 38 

Heatable, adj. 2 32 

Heate, sh. 212 14 

Heate, v. 212 26 

Heath, sh. a common, 213 21 

Heath, sh. herb, 213 24 

Heave, v. 213 35 

Heaven, sh. 62 19 

Heavenly, adj. 100 10 

Heavie, <w^*. 112 41 

Heawe, r. to colour, 213 45 
"To hew or oolimr.^^^Afinsheu. 

Hebretiane, ib. a Hebrew, 19 30 
Hebrew, sh. 94 42 

Heck, sb. hatch, 54 9 

" Heo, hek, or hetche, or a dore. antica.'* 

— Prompt. Parv, 
"An heke. hec antica."— Ca/A. AngL 

Heckfare, %b. a heifer, 29 1 

" Hekfere, beeste, or styrke, juvenca." 

— Prompt, Parv, 
"Heckfar. \xws<QSA:*^Huloet. 

Heckle, ih. a comb to 

dress flax, 47 22 

" Hekele (heykylle). mataxa." Promp. 
Patv. 

Heckle, r. to dress flax, 47 25 

"Am nat I a rreat gen^lman? my 
father was a hosyer, and my mother 
dyd heckell flaze." — Palsgrave. 

Heckyl, %b. a comb, 125 30 

Heded with yron, 49 8 

Hedge, bL 51 40 

Hedge, t?. 51 44 

Hedgehog, ib, 157 43 



COL. UHI. 

Hedstall, Bh. 13 38 

"The headstall, capital"— ^arrf. 
" Headstall for a brydle. anrica, fron- 

\xi\»r—Huloet. 
" A head-stall, headstraine, or halter. 

cheyestre."— ^^«w«/. 

Hedye, adj. headstrong, 97 19 

Hee, pr<m. 46 20 

Heede, 9h. observation, 52 11 

Heede, v. 52 24 

Heele, ih. 59 19 

Heerlesse, adj. hairless, 91 26 
•• Heerlee, or without YLWc^r—Huloet. 

Heft, sh. a hilt or handle, 52 43 

Height, 9h. 53 33 

Helhonnd, sh, tric&rberus, 221 5 

Hell, 8h. 54 45 

Hell, 8b. a hill, 54 46 

"And now this day is oorren onte of stone 
Withoute hondis, of that holy hel." 

— Lydgate, quot. by HaUiwelL 

Hellish, adj, infernal, 145 31 

Helmette, %b. 87 4 

Help, tib. 58 33 

Help, V. 58 36 

Helth, 8b. health, 59 7 

Helve, V. to drink, 59 11 

Hemlocke, 8b. a herb, 158 41 

Hemme, 8b. 59 41 

Hemme, t^. 60 1 

Hemoroydes, 8b. 214 32 

Hempe, **. 59 44 

Henbane, 8b. 19 11 

Hence, ado. 63 20 

Henhouse, 8b. 225 25 

Henne, 8b, 60 30 

Hent, r. to snatch, 66 10 

"Gahchpgeor hentynge. apprehencio.'* 
— Pfompt, Pafv. 

"I hente, I take by yiolonce, or to 
catche. je happe. This terme is 
nat utterly comen." — Palsgrave. 

Her, pron. 70 38 

Herald, th. '*an herald 

for war," 15 45 



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Herald, ah. "an herald 

for peace," 15 46 

Herb, ah. 81 8 

Herbe-garth, $h, hrharmm, 34 11 

Herbe-sagape, t^./^mia, 26 37 

'* The herbe ferula doth bring forth in 
Media, Sagapenum; in Cyrene, 
Ammomacnm; and in Syria, Oal- 
banam.'' — Gttardis Htrbal^ ed. 
1636, p. 1086. 



Herbotire, %h. 


323 


35 


Herd, %h. a keeper, pastoi 


•,81 


17 


Herdofcattell,«». 


81 


18 


Here, adv. 


84 


16 


Herebye, adv. 


96 


15 


Heresy, ah. 


108 


16 


Heritage, %h. 


11 


37 


Herke, v. to hearken. 
Hermit, i^. 


81 
152 


29 
4 


149 


30 


Heme, A. a heron, 


81 


38 


Heroically adj. 


14 


27 


Herring, %h. 


136 


19 


Herse, %b. monumetUumf 


82 


18 



''An bene set np at a lolemne bnriall." 

Herth of a fyer, ah. 83 1 

Heet, ah. a promise. A.S. 

haa, 91 43 

" pay dyden hys heete."— -<^////. Potms, 
A. 632. 

Hete, ah. heat, 
Hette, part, heated, 
Hewe, V. to cut, 
Hewell, ah. a bird, 

•'An hickwall or witwall. vireo. 
Baret. 

Hewge, adj. huge, 
Hewhall, ah. bird, 
Hey day, itUery. 
Heyer, ah. 
Heyry, adf. hairy, 
High, adj. 
BiL,ah. 



89 


13 


86 


17 


94 


25 


56 


13 


vireo 


It 


95 


36 


13 


41 


196 


40 


74 


31 


106 


46 


119 


13 


123 


19 



Hil, V. to cover. 


COL. 

123 


UIHB. 

35 


" I hyll, I wrappe or li^pe 
Yon mutt hyll you 


. jeoouren. 


wel nowe 


anyghtet, the wethw ii oolde 


t» 


Jhls^rnwe. 






Hillocke, ah. 


159 


9 


Hilt of asworde, •&. ' 


130 


33 


Himne, •&. a hymn. 


121 


36 


Himp, V. to pmne, 


132 


10 


Hine, ah. a hind. 


139 


6 


"An hyne. nW a serfande."— 0»/>l. 


^ftgi* 






Hing, V. to hang, 


135 


36 


"To hynge. pendere.*'^CaM. Amgi. 


Hingel, ah. a hinge. 


56 


8 


" Hyngel of a dore. cardo. 


**—Hul0€t. 


Hippe, ah. 


140 


9 


Hirdil, ah. a hurdle. A.& 


\. 




hifrdel, 


126 


21 


Hirdle, ah. a drag, 


125 


4 



<'I will drag thee on a hurdle thither." 
— Romto and Juliet^ iii. 5. 

Hirk, ah. irksomeness, 142 14 
Hirk, r. to grow weary, 142 16 

" 1 yrke, I waxe werye or ditpleaBaonte 
of a thynge.** — Palsgrave. 

Hirkful, adj. irksome, 187 6 

His, f^ron. 143 33 

Hisse, V. 143 29 

Historic, ah. 104 32 

Historiographer, ah. 81 1 

Hit, V. 149 13 

Hitherto, ado. 154 41 

Hive, ah. 152 28 

Hive, t7. 152 35 

Hobbel, «^. a dullard, 55 34 

" Hobbil, an v^^A.^'—Halliwell. 

Hobie, ah. a hawk, 96 13 

** Hoby,hawke. alaadariui."~/Vv»^. 
Patv, 

Hobyhauke, ah. 44 33 

*" Hobyhauke. alandttius.'*— JVkMk 



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COL. LIIfK. 

Hodeman blind, 8b. blind- 
man's buff, 135 19 

*' Clignemiiisei. the childish play called 
hodman-hlind, hany-raeket, or are 
you aU hid." — Cotgrofve, 

Hoe, inUrj. 164 31 

Hoggates, adm. how, 39 45 

Hoggish, adj. 145 19 

Hogrel, «*. a sheep, j JJ JJ 

'< A hogrell, a sheepe two yeres olde. 
hidens.'*— ^or^. 

Hogshead, %b. 206 10 

Hole, %h. 160 33 

Hole, t7. to bore through, 160 44 

Holland, %h. 23 8 

Holowe, adj. hollow, 181 13 

Holy, adj. 100 11 

Holye, A. holly tree, 99 26 

Holyocke, %b. flower, 159 44 

Home, Bb. 161 23 

Homicide, %b. 117 13 

Homilie, ih. 99 27 

Hone, %h. a grindstone, 168 7 

Honest, adj. 92 38 

Honest, r. to do honour to, 92 26 

"Sir Amorous, you have rery much 
honested my lodgmf with your 
presence."— i9«f ^fuan, Silent 
Woman. 

Honoure, sh. 223 I 

Honoure, v. 223 85 

Honye, bI. 102 14 

Honysuckle, *^. | J^^ JJ 

Hoode, sh. 156 3 

Hoof of a foote, «*. 157 20 

Hooke, Bh. 159 20 

Hooke, V. 159 32 

Hookie, adj, 98 46 

" Hooky, or full of hookes. hamoeus.'' 
Huloet. 

Hookster, bI. a huckster, 74 34 

Hooper, bI, 74 35 

Hoord, bI. a hoard, 175 18 

Hoord, «. to hoard, 175 23 



COL. LIHI. 

Hope, Bh. 169 44 

Hope, V*. 170 2 

Hoppe, Bh. plant, 169 24 

Hoppe, r. 169 14 

Hopper of a mill, Bh. 72 1 6 

Hopyard, Bh. 210 27 

Hopyarde, Bh. 30 27 

Horehound, Bh. herb, 221 6 
Hombeak, Bh. fish, 207 5 

*« Horn keke, f'jv^tr —Prompt. Parv, 
" A home-fish, hone-beake. aiguille." 

— ShtfToood. 
" Homkecke, afysshe lyke a mackerell." 
— Palsgrave, 

Home, Bh. 172 19 

Horrel, Bh. a libertine, 56 11 

"Horel or hulloure. fornicator."^ 

Pfompt. Parv, 
"Horrell, or whoremonger, concu* 

bitor."— iVtt/«rf. 

Horribil, adj. 129 16 

Horrible, ^f'. 113 46 

Horse, Bh. 172 45 

Horse, adj. hoarse, 173 4 
Horsecome, Bh. a horse- 

comb, 161 38 

Horseknop, Bh. knapweed, 1 69 30 

Horseleach, Bh. a farier, 205 18 

"Horseleche, or ferrour. equarius 
medicus." ^Huloet. 

Horseleache, Bh. worme, 205 19 

Horse shooe, «&. 154 18 

Horsy, adj. hoarse, 108 25 

Hose, Bh. 221 42 

Hospitable, adj. 3 28 

Hospitall, Bh. 14 29 

Hospitall, adj. 14 28 

Hostage, Bh. 11 17 

Hostayle, Bh. horsetail, 199 16 

" Queue de cheyal. shave-grass, horse- 
willow, horse-taiL "— Cotgrave. 

Hoste, Bh. host of men, 175 46 

Hoste, Bh. hoBpcB^ 175 47 

Hostel, Bh. 56 3 

Hostler, Bh. 73 46 



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OOL. 

104 



hlMM. 

33 



Hostrye, ab. an inn, 

" Hostrj or inne. hottel." — PcUsgrave, 
" An hottrie, hoipitium."— ^af»/. 

Hotchpotte, ah, a mixed 

dish, 177 3 

Hote, adj. hot, 178 14 

Houfe of a horse, %b. 217 10 

Hougly, aij. ugly, 100 12 

Honld, V. to hold, 219 2 

Hoold in war, %h. 218 37 

Honld of a thing, ah. 218 38 
Honlt of wood, %h. arbor- 

etum, 218 32 

*'A hoult, or grove of trees about a 
hooae. **-^SMerwootf, 

Hound, %b. 
Houpe, sb, 
Hoore, sb. 
House, $b. 
Householder, ab. 
Houseleke, ab. herb, 
Houshould, ah 
Houswil, ab. the Lord's 
Supper, 

"A howselynge. beo oommanicado.'* 

Catk. AngL 
<* Of the boly bowsyll, tbe sacrament 

of tbe awter."— 5i> T. Moris 

Works, p. 160. 

56 12 

77 45 

180 4 

39 46 

73 36 

196 41 

215 20 

" Hoine, to harass, worry, or oppress, 
also to whine." ^//a//mei/, 

Hoyse, to, up, — to hoyst, 216 4 
Hubbleshowe, ab. tumult, 1 80 23 

" Hiry bary, bubbilschow.'* — Banna- 
tyne PoemSy p. 178. 



Hovel, ab. 

Hover, v. 

Howe, 

Howgates, tfrfp. how, 

Howre, ab. an hour. 

Hoy day, inUrj. 

Hoyne, v. harerej 



OOL. uys. 



220 


37 


221 


27 


222 


26 


224 


45 


79 


43 


54 


35 


219 


8 


125 


5 



Hucklebone, ab. 



185 



Hugge, V, to shake for 

fear, 1*84 26 
«*To huge, abhominari."— CVi/A. Ang^. 
'* I bugge, I sbrinke me in my bed.*' 
— Pa/sg^rutfe. 

Hul for hogs, ab. a hogsty, 185 19 
« Hall, a pigsty, a hoyfAJ'-HaUiwtil. 

Hulet, ab. an owl, 88 15 

Hulke, «3. 187 27 

Humane, adj. 19 22 

Humbil, adj. 129 1 

Humble, adj. 188 24 

Humiditie, ab. 109 41 

Humor, ab. 170 29 

Hundred, ab. 48 45 

Hundreth, adj. 88 44 

Hunger, ab. 72 14 

Hunger, v. 78 20 

Hungry, adj. 107 8 

Hunt, ab. 189 21 

Hunt, V. 189 23 

Hurle, ab. a throw, 191 3 

Hurle, V. 191 5 

Hurlebatte, ab. a dart, 37 33 

"HnrUeUttes. adides."— ^m/ajT. 

Hurlepoole, ab. a fish, 160 42 

"A great fisb named a wbirlepoole. 
balena."— iPtff^. 

Hurlewinde, «3. 135 18 

Hurlyburly, ab. 99 28 

Hurt, •*. 191 45 

Hurt, f>. 191 46 

Hurt,iwir<. 191 47 

Hurtlebery, ab. 104 34 

Husbande, ab. 23 9 

Husbandrye, ab. 104 36 

Huske of come, ab. 194 4 

Huskye, adj. full of husks, 98 47 

Huste, V. to keep silence, 194 23 

« I bnste, I t^W* —Palsgrave. 
** Husht or kepe silence, reticeo, sileo." 
Huloet. 

Huswyfe, ab. a housewife, 118 25 

Huswyverye, ab. 104 37 



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COL. 1 

Hutche, sb. a chest. A.S. 


LIMS. 


U, adv. maUy 


COL. 

124 


LrNB. 

6 


htD€Be€a, 195 


34 


lie, sb. an island, 


131 


3 


•' Hutche or whyche. cista, arcba 


»i 


lUnde, V, to mock. 


183 


28 


Prompt. Pafv, 




Image, sb. 


11 


38 


'* Hutche or oofer, called in the northe 


Imagin, v. 


134 


24 


ooDtrey an arke." — Huloet. 




Imaginate, v. 


41 


44 


Hyde, «i. a hide, 116 


42 


Imhecillitie, sb. 


109 


44 


Hyde, t?. 117 


7 


Imhoche, r. to engrave, 


155 


18 


^Hydles, 9h. a hiding (116 
place, (125 


17 


. ** Imboce, imboced, imbocer, or chaser 


3 


of plate."— ^«/arf. 






" Thay went and helde tharae in hidils." 


Imbroderer, ib, an em- 






Alexander^ quot. by HallhoelL 




broiderer. 


79 


45 


Hye, adj, high, 98 


30 


Imbushment, «*. 


67 


86 


Hye, i;. to haste, 98 


31 


Imitate, v. 


40 


29 


Hyer, %h. hire, 73 


23 


Immaculate, a^. 


42 


17 


Hym, ^ron. 131 


35 


Immediate, adj. 


42 


16 


Hyndbnry, %h, a raspherry. 




Imminent, adj. 


68 


37 


A.S. hind-heri, 104 


31 


Immoderate, adj\ 


42 


18 


" The raspia bush, or hinde-berry 
Gerardis Herbal, ed. 1686, p. 1 


n 


Immodest, adj. 


92 


43 


272. 


Immortall, adj. 
Impatient, adj. 


14 


30 


Hynder, v, 78 


19 


68 


38 


Hynderance, bI, impedi- 




Impe, %b, a scion. 


131 


7 


ment, 21 


34 


** Tmpe, or graffe. surculus. 


**— 'Prompt, 


Hypocrace, %h. spiced wine, 7 


23 


Parv, 






Hypocrisie, %b, 108 


17 


Impeache, v. 


205 


22 


Hypocrite, %h. 151 


25 


Impediment, sb. 


67 


37 


Hyre, %b. hire, 143 


10 


Imperfect, adj. 


48 


7 


Hyre, v. to hire, 78 


5 


Impersonally adj. 


14 


31 


Hysope, %h. herb, 170 


7 


Impetrate, v. to get. 


40 


30 


Hytherward, ad/i>, 31 


13 


" To impetrate, to obtaine 


by request'" 






—Minsheu. 






Ice, 9h, 114 
lokles, %h. icicles, 125 


29 
6 


Impietie, %b, 
Imploy, V, to employ. 


109 
214 


42 
18 


*• Ikyl(jekyU).Btiri8B.**— ^r^iw//./bw. 


Importance, sb. 


21 


35 


(see note). 




Importunate, adj. 


42 


19 


Ides,**. 116 


43 


Importnnitie, sb. 


109 


43 


Idil, <w&-. idle, 129 


2 


Impossibi], adj. 


129 


17 


Idiotte, ib. 177 


5 


Impossible, adj. 


114 


1 


Idle, 0^*. 116 
IdoU, Bb. 160 


29 


Imprudente, a^. 


68 


40 


13 


Impudent, adj. 


68 


39 


lerland, %b, Ireland, 23 


10 


Impugnable, adj. 


3 


%n 


If, «w;". 117 


33 


Impugne, v. 


184 


37 


Ignorance, «3. 21 


37, 


Impure, adj. 


193 


19 


Ignorant, ad^, 26 


3 


Impute, V, 


196 


12 


n, ai^, maluSf 1 24 


1 


In, prep. 


133 


25 



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COL. LXHE. 



Inceesant, adj, 36 4 
Inch, 9h. 134 31 
Inchauntment, ah, en- 
chantment, 67 38 
Incident, adj, 68 41 
Incite, V, 151 35 
Inclyne, v. 139 46 
Income, ah, a new comer, 161 45 

" Lat'8 try this income how he stands. 
An* eik ns sib by shakin hands." 

— Tatrast quot by Jdmitson, 

Inconstance, ah. 21 36 

Incontinent, adj. 68 42 

Inconvenient, adj. 68 43 

Incorporate, v. 41 45 

Incorporature, ah. . 192 14 

Incoetive, adj, 153 43 

Increate, adj. uncreated, 41 19 

Incredibil, adj, 129 18 
Incredible, o^^'. 114 



3 

67 39 
40 33 



Increment, ah. 
Increpate, v, to chide, 

** Increpation. an increpation, chiding, 
reproof, Tthvk^** —Cotgravt. 

Incroch, v, to encroach, 155 19 

Incrustate, v, 40 34 

Inculcate, v. 40 35 

Incorioose, adj, 226 6 

Incnrre, v. 190 28 

Incuse, V. to accuse, 195 5 

Indebted, a^. 49 35 

Indemned, adj. harmless, 49 36 
<* Indempned. indemnis. —Huloet, 

Indenture, ah, 192 26 

Indifferent, adj, 68 44 

Indignation, ah, 165 21 

Indivisibil, adj, 129 19 

Indivisible, adj. 114 5 

Induce, v, 182 16 

Induct, V. 182 21 

Indurate, adj, 41 20 

Indure, v. 193 6 

Industrie, ah. 104 41 

Industriouse, adj, 226 8 

Inebriate, r. 41 46 



Ineffable, adj. 
Inefficaoe, »ij. 
Inelegant, adj. 
Inevitable, adj. 
Inexcusable, adj. 
Inexorable, adj. 
Inexpiable, adj. 
Infamie, ah. 
Infamouse, adj. 
In&incie, ah. 
Infant, ah, a child, 
Infarse, v. to crara. 



COL. LIXK. 



3 

7 

26 

4 

4 

4 
4 



20 
24 
5 
24 
23 
25 
26 



101 37 

226 7 

96 28 

25 11 

33 16 



* Infarce or stoffe. infarcio."— ^i/&rf. 

153 33 

170 44 

223 46 

14 33 

151 38 

109 45 

3 13 

18 12 

39 36 

39 39 

63 46 



Infective, adj, in/ectitma, 

Inferior, ah, 

Inferioure, adj, 

Infema\l, adj. 

Infinite, adj. 

Infirmitie, ah. 

Inflamahle, a€(j. 

Inflame, v, 

Inflttte, V. 

Inflate, part, inflated, 

Influence, ah. 

Inforcement, ah, enforce- 
ment, 67 40 

Infortunate, a^f- unfor- 
tunate, 42 20 

Ingenderable, a4f' 4 27 

** Ingendrable. genitiyus."— /&^<iMr. 

Ingrame, a^f* ignorant, 18 8 
Ingrave, v. to engrave, 42 46 
Ingurgitate, v. 41 47 



"To ingurgitate. 
wood. 



engloutir."— .54^- 



'^Ingnrgitation of meate and dryncke, 
or beastely feadpge. alogia." — 
Huloet. 

Inhabit, v. 149 45 
Inhabitant, ah. 26 6 
Inherit, v. 149 46 
Inheritance, ah. 21 38 
Inhibit, v. 149 47 
Inholder, ah, an inn- 
keeper, 79 44 



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297 



Inhonesty v. to disgrace. 


92 


27 


Inhospitable, a^;'. 


4 


28 


Iniqnitie, »b. 


109 


46 


Injurie, $b. 


104 


42 


Injurie, V. to injure, 


106 


40 


" To injmie one."— ^tf«/. 






Injuriouse, ad;. 


227 


16 


Injustice, «3. 
Inke, sh. 


115 


16 


138 


17 


Inmost, a^i. 


92 


39 


Inmoste, a^f. 


176 


13 


Inne, ah. 


132 


47 


Innocence, sh. 


63 


47 


Innocens, (u^\ innocent; 


65 


44 


Innovate, v. 


40 


38 


Innumerable, ^'. 


3 

4 

42 


29 
29 


Inordinate, a^f. 


21 


Inquisitoure, ah. 


223 


14 


Insatiable, atff. 


4 


30 


Inscribe, v. 


113 


37 


Insence, ah. 


63 


29 


Insensible, atff. 


114 


7 


Insight of household, ah. 






furniture. 


119 


41 


Insight of knowledge, ah. 


119 


42 


Insimulate, v. 


42 


2 


Insinuate, v. 


42 


1 


Inspire, v. 


143 


18 


Instani^ ah. 


25 


37 


Instant, v. to urge, 


25 


30 


Instigate, v. 


40 


36 


Instimulate, r. 


42 


3 


Institute, ah. 


196 


7 


Institute, v. 


196 


16 


Instruct, V. 


182^22 


Instrument, ah. 


67 


41 


Intangil, v. to entangle, 


128 


1 


Intayle, v. to engrave. 


199 


27 


"Intayle or grave vmaget. exculpo." 


Huloet. 






Integritie, ah. 


109 


47 


Intellectuall, adi. 


14 


34 


Intelligence, ah. 


64 


23 


Intemperance, ah. 


21 


39 



COL. UKR. 

Intemperate, aii. 42 22 

Intent, ah. 66 24 

Intentive, adj. 153 14 

'* Intentyve or dvlygentlye, or with a 

fyxed mjvA<^r—Huloa. 

70 27 



Intercept, v. 

Interest, ah. 

Interioure, adj. 

Interlude, ah. 

Interrupte, v. 

Intise, V. to entice, 

Intrappe, v. to entrap, 

Intrayles, ah. the intes- 
tines, 

Intreatie, ah. 

Introduct, ah. an intro- 
duction, 

Introduct, r. 

Introductorie, ah. 

Invade, v. 

Invent, v. 

Inventive, adj. 

Inventorie, ah. 

Investigate, v. 

InvigilMit, adj. watchful, 26 

Invigilate, v. to watch, 42 

Inviolabil, ad^. 

Inviolable, adj. 

Inviolate, adj. 

Inviouse, adj. envious, 

Invite, V. 

Invocate, r. 

Inwarde, adj. 

Irchen, ah. hedgehog, 

" An hedgbog, an irohin. herlnaceus." 

—Baret. 
" Irchen, a lyttel beeet Ml of prickes, 

herisson." — Palsgrtwe. 

Ire, ah. anger, 
Irish, adj. 

Irk, ah. irksomeness. 
Iron, ah. 

Irrecuperable, adj. irre- 
coverable, 
"Irremediable, remidiless, redresleiB, 
recnreleis, irrecnperable, nnrecoyer- 
able."~C<M^y»cv. 



92 
223 
183 
190 
148 

27 

17 
110 

182 

182 

104 

9 

67 
153 
104 

42 



129 

4 

42 

227 

151 

40 

31 

61 



143 
145 
142 
163 



16 
44 
18 

1 
18 
32 

21 
1 

24 

23 

43 

2 

4 

34 

44 

4 

7 

5 

20 

31 

23 

17 

32 

39 

10 

6 



11 
21 
14 
43 



4 39 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH W0RD8. 



COL. LINK. 

Irreparable, adj, 4 42 
Issew, »b. issue, 94 43 
Issew, V. to issue, 95 16 
It, pnm, 148 42 
Italian, sb. 19 29 
Italie, 8b. 99 29 
Italyane, ib. 19 41 
Itch, f. 150 25 
Itcbe, 8b. 150 16 
Iterate, v. 40 37 
Itinerarye, 8b. 104 45 
Iverye, 8b. ivory, 104 46 
Iwisse, adv. truly, cer- 
tainly. A.&.gewi8, 143 35 

Jabil, 1^. to jabber, 126 45 

Jack, 8b. armour, 5 11 

Jackda:w, 8b. 45 42 

Jacket, 8b. 88 16 

Xacksause, 8b, 44 47 

jade, 8b. 8 28 

Jag, V. 10 22 

Jagge, 8b. 10 9 

Jake, 8b. a privy, 12 13 
Jandise, 8b. the yellow 

jaundice, 147 46 

Jangil, 17. to jangle, 127 23 

Jangle, v. 24 4 

Januarie, 8b. 104 38 

Jape, 8b. 26 25 

Jape, V. 26 33 

Jargoli, 8b. rhjrme, 163 42 

Jargon, 17. to trifle, 164 42 

Jarre, v. 29 23 

Javelin, 8b. 133 47 

Jayle,, 8b. a jail, 198 29 

Jeast, 8b, a jest, 212 1 

Jeasty v. to jest, 212 5 

Jegotte, 8b. a hash, 177 4 

<* Jegot or puddynge made wyth egges 
and fleshe chopped and mynoed. 
insitiiim. " — Huloa. 

Jelouse, aii. jealous, 226 5 

Jeopardie, 8b. 97 17 

Jeoperdouse, adj. 227 15 



COL. Liint. 

Jerk, 8b. a lash, 81 27 

"Fess^ a Bontch on tiie breech, a 
lash on the bnttocka, a jerk on the 
posterionunB.*' — Cotgrave. 

Jerkin, 8b. a small coat, 134 1 
Jet, 8b. a toy, jest, 85 45 

Jette, V. to gesticulate, 86 9 

" I jette, I make a conntenannce with 
my leggee. je me jamboye." — Pals- 
grave, 

" Jettyn. Temo/* — Prompt, Parv. (see 
note). 

Jewe, 8b, 94 14 

Jewel, 8b. 56 16 

Jewish, adj. 145 27 

Jole of fish, 8b. the chops, 160 34 

" lol or heed, caput."— /Vww//. Patv. 
(see note). 

Jolitie, 8b. 110 2 

Jolly, ado. 100 13 

Joparde, r. to jeopard, 31 5 
Jouke in warre, 8b. a 

military expedition, 217 47 

Joumall, 8b, 14 34 

Joumay, v, 197 16 

Jewel of a bridge, 8b. 56 14 

** Jowel : the apaoe between the pien 
of a hndge.'^—//a//iwei/. 



Joy, 8b. 
Joy, V. 
Joynct, 8b. 
Joynct, V. 
Joyncture, 8b. 
Joyne, v. 

Joynt of body, 8b. 
Joynt of a finger, 8b, 
Joynt of a straw, 8b. 

Joyouse, ad;. 

Joyse of a house, 8b. 
Jubbe, 8b. a jug, 



214 
214 
215 
215 
192 
215 
215 
215 
215 
(226 
(227 
215 
181 



8 
15 
31 
35 
27 
21 
82 
34 
33 

9 

18 
46 
30 



Malrerie.'* — Chaucer. 



"With him he brought a jabbe of 
- r. Tie Skip- 
manners Tale. 



15 



Juce of herbes, 8b. juice, 182 
Judge, 8b. 183 



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299 



COL. MMB. 

Judge, V. 183 12 

Judgeable, <m&'. 3 8 

Judgement, sh. 66 30 

Judicial!, aeb'. 14 35 

Jugge, sb. 184 28 

Juggil, r. to juggle, 127 20 

Juggle, V. 184 34 

Julie, sb, the month, 99 30 

June, ab, the month, 189 28 

Junior, sb, 170 42 

Juniper tree, sb, 79 46 

Junkets, sb, 88 19 

Jurisdiction, sb, 165 22 

Jury, sb, Judcea, 104 39 

Jury, sb, 104 40 

Jussell, sb. a hash, 57 22 

"Jufiselle or dyschelle, dysbemete. 

jussellum." — Prompt, Parv. (see 
note). 

'* Jussell, a meat made of chopped 
herbes. minutal."— /Tw/o^/. 



Juste, adj. 
Justice, sb.justitia, 
Justice, sb, judex^ 
Justifie, r. 
Zuiim^fpart, 


194 
115 
115 
98 
136 


29 
7 
6 
5 

31 


Kalends, sb, 
Kater, sb. a caterer, 


64 
71 


47 
81 



"A cater: a steward, a manciple, a 
provider of oates. opsonator." — 
Baret, 

Keene, adj, 69 25 

Keepe, v, 70 14 

Kembe, v. to comb, 60 3 

**Eeme wuUe, orothere lyke. pectino." 
Prompt, Pafv. 

" I kembe my heed."— /Wj^ozr^. 

Kemelin, sb, a bowl, 134 2 

** He gotb, and geteth him a kneeding 
trough, 
And af&r a tubbe and a kemelin. 
And prively he sent hem to his in." 
--Chaucer, The Miller's Tale 

Kemp, sb, hair, 59 45 

Kenne, v, to know, 60 36 



COL. LINK. 

Kercher, sb, 74 86 

" Eerche or kyrchefe. peplum." — 
Prompt, Parv, 

Keriewe, sb. a curlew, 94 44 
Kerae, sb. the kernel of 

a nut, 81 39 

Kernel, sb. 56 18 

Kemell, sb. 57 46 

Kerve, v, to engrave, 83 6 

" Eery yn or grayyn. sculpo."— /Vww//. 

Parv. 
** I kerve as a kerver dothe an ymage, 

je taille.'* — Palsgrave. 

Kerve, to, meate, 83 7 

** I kerre as a lordes karver dothe at his 
table, je trenche." — Palsgrave. 

Keslep, sb. a renet bag, 70 25 

*< Eeslop. a stomach used for rennet." 
ffallhvell. 

Kettyl, sb. a kettle, 125 7 

Kever, sb. a cover, 74 38 

Kever, v, to cover, 78 21 
Kewle, sb, a brake for a 

horse's mouth, 95 89 

** Eevle or kevyl for hors. mordale." — 
Prompt, Parv, 

Kewle, to, an horse, 95 41 

** One who rides a horse that is not 
under proper command with a 
halter, when he brings the halter 
under the horse's jaws and makes it 
pass through his mouth, is said to 
put a kewl on." — Jafnieson. 

Kibble, sb. a cudgel, 113 22 

** Eibble : a stick with a curre or knob 
at the end, used for scTcral purposes, 
but generally for playing the game 
of nurspell, which is somewhat 
similar to ^^\V* —Halliwell, 

Kil, v, to kill, 123 30 

Kinde, sb. g&nus^ 134 46 

Kinde, adj. 135 9 

Kindil, v, to kindle, 127 21 

Kine, sb, cattle, 139 7 

King, sb. 135 23 

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INDEX OP ENGLISH WORDS. 



Kingdome, sh. 


COL. 

161 


U¥M. 

39 


Kinglike, adj. 


123 


4 


Kingly, ad;. 


100 


15 


Kinne, sb. kindred, 


133 


1 


Kinsman, ih. 


20 


34 


Kintch of wood, sh. 


a 




bundle. 


150 


19 



" Knytche or bowncbe of woode. foscis." 
Huloa. 

Kirk, %b. church, 142 15 

Kisse, ih. 143 25 

Kisse, V. 143 30 

Kit, ih. a little vessel, 148 43 

**A wooden Tetsel or pail in which 
dishes are washed/' — Jammon. 

Kith, ah. kin, 150 36 

Knappe, sh. a hillock, 27 1 

" The knap of a hUl. Terruca,— ^/kr- 
worik. 

Knave, ah. 42 31 

Knavish, ad^\ 145 33 

Kneade, v. 205 42 

Kneele, v. 59 28 

Knit, ah. nit of a louse, 1 48 45 

Knit, V. to join, 149 14 

Knob on a tree, ah. 154 47 

*♦ Knobbe or knotte yn a tre. Tertex." 

Prompt. Parv. 
*'Bo8se: a knob, knot, or knur in a 

tree."— CV^fnwr. 

Knocke, ah. 158 18 

Knocke, v. 158 31 

Knot, ah. 176 25 

Knowe, v. 179 39 

Knowen, ctdj. known, 62 20 

Knowing, adj. 137 15 

Knowledge, ah. 52 3 

Knubbe, ah. a knob, 181 31 

Knurro, ah. a knob, 190 16 

'< Nodus arboria. a knot, knur, or knob 
in Yroo^.*'^N(munclator, 1685. 

Knyfe, «^. 118 19 

Knyght, «3. 119 17 

Knyghthobd, ah. 156 11 



Kybe, ah. of the heel, 113 30 

*< Burnt figges laid on, with a plaister 
of wax, are good for kibed heeles." 
Baret. 

Kyble, ah. a cudgel, 125 28 
Kydcote, ah. a place in 

which to keep kids, 178 17 

dd, 116 4 

cudgel, 56 19 

cudgel, 57 35 

98 42 

134 4 

130 42 

"Akyle. hoc ulcus."— Cfl//!. Ang. 

Kyndly, adj. 100 14 

Kynred, ah. kindred, 48 44 

Kyrtil, ah. a petticoat, 125 9 

" Kyrtyl. tunica."— Pfviw//. Parv. 
(see note). 

" A kyrtelle. ubi a cote."— CiiM. Ang. 
Kytchen, ah. 61 7 

Kytchin, ah. 134 3 

Kyte, ah. bird, 150 47 

Kythe, r. to acknowledge. 

A.S. dthan, 152 3 

'^ Eitbe your almesse upon me poure 
wretche."— C*<j<«-^r, Frer^s Tale. 



Label, ah. 


56 


20 


Labelled, adj. 


49 


37 


Labil, ah. a lable. 


126 


2 


Lablcs of a miter, ah. 


126 


12 


Laboriouse, adj. 


227 


19 


Laboure, ah. 


223 


15 


Laboure, r. 


223 


39 


Lace, ah. 


6 


37 


Lace, V. 


7 


2 


Lache, ah. a lake. 


5 


43 


Lacke, ah. 


5 


9 


Lacke, v. 


5 


26 


Lackie, ah. 


98 


43 


Ladde, ah. a boy, 


7 


31 


Ladder, ah. 


71 


15 


Lade, ah. a load. A.S. Idad, 8 


29 


»*Alayde. ubiaburdyn.' 


*^Cafk.Ang. 



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301 



Ladil, 8h. a ladle. 

Ladle, sh, 

Ladye, ab. 

Lag, V. 

Laggon, 8h. a flaggon, 

Lake, sh, 

Lambe, 8h, 

Lame, adf. 

Lame, v. 

Lament, v. 

Lamentable, adf. 

Lampron, ah. a lamprey. 



OOL. UHS. 

125 11 

9 6 

96 44 

10 23 
163 44 

12 11 

18 26 

17 46 

17 42 

67 6 

3 33 

163 46 

"A lampron. hec ranreniila." — Ca^A, 
Ang, 

Lance, ah, a jayelm, 22 11 

Lance, ah. a staff, 22 12 

Lanch, to, into the sea, 22 32 

Lanch, to, over a boke, 22 34 

Lande, ah. 22 42 

Lande, v. 22 47 
Lander, ah, a lavender, 

washer, 74 8 
^^Lauender, wassher, or lawndere. 

"Jjaundre, a wassher. layendiere." — 
Palsgrave, 

Lane, ah, 19 2 

Lanerot, ah, a hawk, 94 1 

" Lanret, hauke. tardarius."— /*««»//. 
Parv, 

11 14 
11 33 

144 25 

82 4 

27 20 

27 2 

27 19 

136 20 

29 46 

49 25 

74 39 

31 28 

85 14 

31 44 

226 10 



Language, ah. 
Language, v. to 
Languish, v, 
Lanteme, ah. 
Lap up, V, 
Lappe, ah. 
Lappe, V, 
Lapwing, ah, bird, 
Larde, ah. 
Larded, adj. 
Larder, ah. 
Large, adj. 
Largesse, ah, 
Larke, ah, bird, 
Lasciviouse, adj. 



COL. UXB. 

Laske, ah, diairhosa, 35 20 

''Laske, a disease, flux de yentre." — 
Palsgrave, 

Last, r. to endure, 35 45 

Last, adj. 35 46 

Last, at, 36 1 

Lastage, ah, ballast, 11 19 

"A lastage or fraghte of a schippe. 
hec saourra." — Catk. Ang. 



Lasting, a^. 


136 45 


Latche, ah. 


38 4 


Latchet, ah. 


88 20 


Late, aiy. 


39 15 


Latten, ah, a metal. 


61 9 


" Laton, metal (laten or laton metall). 


auricalum.**— Pfww//. 


Parv, (see 


note). 




Latth, ah, a lathe. 


38 39 


Lattin, ah, a metaJ, 


134 6 


Lattesse, ah, lattice. 


85 31 


Lattise, ah, lattice, 


147 47 


Laude, ah, praise, 


43 31 


Laude, v, to praise, 


43 33 


Laugh, V, 


45 10 


Laughter, ah. 


74 45 


Launce, v. to lance, 


21 17 


Laurel, ah. 


56 23 


Lavander, ah, herb, 


79 47 


Lavatorie, ah. 


104 47 


Lave eared, adf, long- 




eared. 


42 45 


*< Or doth thy glorie stand 


in outward 


fflee? 
A lave-eared asse with 


gold may 


trapped he.**— ball's Satires, ii. 2. 


Lavender cotten, ah. 


80 1 


Laver, ah. 


74 40 


«*A layer or an ewer ont of which 


water is poured upon the hands to 


wash them," ^Barel, 




" A layyr. hoc layacrum."— 


Cath.Ang, 


Lavish, v. 


144 22 


Law, ah. 


45 25 


Lawful, adj. 


185 39 


Lawlesse, ah. an outlaw. 


(85 15 
91 6 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Lawne, 9b, linen, 44 18 

Lawyer, sb, 74 42 

Laxative, adf. 153 85 

Laxe, »b, diarrhoea, 46 9 

"Laxe or flyxe. diarrhoea." — Hulod, 

Layd, part, posttus, 197 36 

Layke, sb. play, 198 15 

«* He louyes dene hiyk."—A//i/. Poems^ 
B. 1053. 

Layke, r. to play. A.S. 

\acany 198 18 

Laykin, %b, a doll, 134 5 

" Laykin, or thynge )>at chyldryn play 
ifythe.**— />nww^. /*««/. (see note). 

Layne, r. to hide, 100 21 

** Moch longeyng haf I for )»e layned.** 

^//f/. /V»M, A. 244. 
♦* Whar nathyng sal be hid ne Itynd." 

HampoUs R of C, ed. Morris, 

L 5999. 

Laysure, %b, leisure, 192 28 

Layvel, %b, level, 56 22 

Lazare, Bb, a leper, 29 2 

Lazaronse, adj. 226 11 

Lazarye, th, leprosy, 105 1 

Lazer, %b, a lazar, 75 10 

Leache, ib, gelly, 205 11 

"White leach, gelatina amydalonim." 
—BareL 

Leade, %b, 205 37 

Leade, r. 205 43 

Leaden, adj, 63 1 

Leadie, adj, plumbosuSf 97 20 

Leafe, sb. 206 30 

League of peace, sb. 206 37 

League or myle, ab. 206 38 

Leale, adf. loyal, 207 36 

*♦ Lele ubi trew.'*~Ctf/>4. An^. 

Leame of fyre, sb. fax. 

A.S. leoma^ 208 13 

"Leera or lowe. flamma."— TVrwwr//. 

Patv, (see note). 
" Leame of fjni.''-^Huiott. 



Leame of lightning, sb. 

corruseaeio, 208 11 
•• Leame of lygbtnynge."— //Ik/iv/. 

Learns of the son, sb. 

rays of the sun, 208 14 

Leane, adf. 208 37 

Leane, v. 208 33 

Leape, sb. 208 46 

Leape, v. 209 2 

Lease, sb. 'letting,' 204 45 

Lease, sb. 'let,' 204 46 

Lease, r. to let, 204 43 

Lease, r. to lose, 211 33 

Lease byer, sb. conductor^ 204 38 

Lease letter, sb. locator, 204 37 

Leashe, sb. 212 8 

Leaser, sb. loeator, 170 28 

Least, adf. 212 6 

Least, cor^'. lest, 212 7 

Least any way, 197 14 

Leatheme, adf, 63 3 

Leave, sb. 213 34 

Leave, v. 213 36 

Leche, sb. a surgeon, 48 22 

Leche, sb. bloodsucker, 48 23 

Lecherouse, adf. 226 12 

Lecherye, sb. 105 2 

Lechoure, sb. a libertine, 223 16 

Lecture, sb. 192 30 

Ledde, part. 48 38 

Leeke, sb. 54 22 

Leekegarth, sb. 34 12 

Lefte, part. 52 46 

Legacye, sb. 96 22 

Legate, sb. 39 29 

Legerdemayne, sb. 201 18 

Legge, sb. 53 22 

Legged, great, adf. 213 8 

Legion, **. • 163 47 

Lemmon, sb. a concubine, 164 3 

« Lemman. concubina, amasia."— 
Prompt. Parv. (see note). 

" A lemman, or a married mans concu- 
bine."— ^arrf. 

Lend, «;. 64 41 

Length, sb. 65 40 



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303 



Lent, adj, 
Lentel, bI. 
Leprye, sb, 

Iieme, v, to learn, | 

Ijb&sey adj. 

Lessen, v. 

Lesson, sh. 

Lest, eot^, 

Letharge, %h. lethargy, 

Lethargiouse, adj\ 

Lether, sh, leather, 

Lethergie, sh, 

Lette, sb, an impediment, 

Lette, V, to hinder. 

Letter, $1, 

Lettesse, sh. a lettaoe, 

Lettred, adj. 

Leve, %h. leave, 

Leven, v, to leaven, 

Leventhe, adj\ eleventh. 

Lever, sh, 

Levite, sh. 

Leyvel, v, to level, 

Libbe, r. to geld, 



66 15 

125 12 

105 3 

81 47 

211 3 

84 41 
61 25 

164 1 

93 10 

31 31 

226 14 

74 47 

98 26 

85 46 

86 10 
73 2 
85 32 
49 12 
90 7 
61 26 
69 18 
73 20 

151 26 

57 36 

113 17 



*<That now, who pares his nails, or 
libs his swine. 
But he must first take counsel of the 
signe."— Z&^V Satires^ ii. 7. 



Libel, sh. 

Liberalitie, sh. 

Liberall, adj. 

Libertye, io. 

Licence, ib. 

Licentioose, at^. 

Lick, V. 

Licorise, »h. 

Liefer, to have, mdUe, 

Lieutenant, sb. • 

Lift, ih 

Lifte, V. 

Lifter, sh. a fork. 

Light, sh. 

Light, adj. 

Light, to, on horse. 

Light, to, from horse. 



56 24 

110 4 

14 36 

110 3 

63 30 

227 20 

120 26 

148 1 

78 45 

25 27 

118 7 

118 10 
76 36 

119 18 
119 34 
119 28 
119 29 



Light, to, on one, 
Lighten, v. 
Like, V. 


COL. 

119 

61 

122 


LIKE. 

30 
27 
31 


Lilygarth, bI. 
Limbe, ih. 


34 
131 


13 
27 


Limit, th. 


149 


31 


Limit, V. 
Limiter, sh. 


150 
80 


1 
2 


Limon, bI. a lemon. 


164 


2 


Limp, V. 

Tiinche, r. to limp, 

Tine, sh. 


132 
134 
139 


11 

34 

8 


Line, to, clothes. 


139 


17 


Ling, Bh. heath, 


135 


25 


"Lynge of the hethe. 


bruera."— 



Prompt, Patv, (see note), 

Lingel, bI. a shoe tie, 56 9 

•* Ljmgel or thonge. lingula." — Hulod, 
**L3mgell that souters sowe with, 
chefgros.** — Paisgravf. 

Linger, v. 78 23 

Lingwort, Bh. herb, 173 24 

Linke, Bh. a torch, 138 13 

Linke, Bh. a chain, 138 14 

Linke, v. 138 19 

Linne, Bh. linnen, 133 2 

** Little he was, and erer wore a breast- 
plate made of linne."— C^/0ux;i'j 
Iliad, ii. 459. 

Linnet, Bh. bird, 86 43 

Lionesse, sh. 85 16 

Lippe, Bh. 140 10 

Lipped, great, adj. 213 9 

Liquoore, Bh. 223 17 

Liste, V. to please, 147 13 

'* If that me list to speke of ribaudrie." 
— Chaucer, The Revis Prologue. 

Liste of cloth, Bh. 14711 

" Lyyst of clothe, totugo:*— Prompt^ 
Parv. 



Ill 45 
151 19 



Listy, part, pleased, 
Lite, adj. little, 

** From this exploit he spar'd nor mat 
nor Kte.**--/Jiir/2u:*/ Tasso, jx. 26. 



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COL. um. 

litle, adj, little, \\^2 11 

LiUeboke, 152 16 

Litle flye, 152 19 

litle king, 152 15 

Litle man, 152 17 

litle woman, 152 18 

Littil, A^'.litde, 129 3 

Little, a4i. 152 8 

Live, r. 152 86 

Livelode, «&. liveliliood, 156 12 

Locke, »h. 158 19 

Locke of woll, $h. 158 20 

Locke, r. 158 33 

Locnste, $h. 194 30 

Lode, $h. a load, 156 20 

Lode, V, to load, 156 22 

Lodge, 9h. 156 28 

Lodge, V. 156 81 

Loe, interj. 154 82 

Lofe, $b, a loaf, 157 21 

Loft, $h. 157 10 

Loft, V. 157 16 

Ijoftj.adj. Ill 40 

Logick, $h. 120 46 

Logicke, adj. logical, 1 21 24 

Logitiane, «5. 19 88 

LoUare, sh a loUard, 29 8 

**Lollar. haretique."— /'o/iii^nrav. 

Londoner, $h. 84 1 

Lone, 9h. a loan, 168 6 

Long, adj. 167 9 

Longne, r. to long, 167 5 

Longwort, $h. herb, 178 25 

Looke^ «. 159 38 

Loome, worke, 161 34 

Loove, ih. love, 179 9 

Lop, to, a tree, 169 15 

Loppe, to, as milk, 169 16 

Lopped, adj. 49 27 
Lopster, $1. a lobster. A.S. 

toppeatrey 75 5 

L(Nrayne, hh. a rascal, 201 9 

Lorde, ih. 171 18 

Loidely, adf. 100 17 

Lordesldp, $h. 140 40 



Lordlike, a^\ 128 5 

Lordship, so. town, 140 41 

Lore, sb. learning, 174 8 

Lorel, ah, a rascal, 56 25 

"Lorel, or losel, or ludene. lurco." 
Prom^, Farv. (see note). 

Lose, V. 222 1 
Losse, $h. 176 32 
Lot,«J. 176 26 
Lothe, adj. 177 41 
Lothe, ». to loath, 177 89 
Lothsome, adj. 162 18 
Lottery, 9h. 105 5 
Loungseke, adj. consump- 
tive, 54 89 
Loupe, 8h. 221 28 
Lourdane, ih. a rascal, 19 13 
"Lorel, or loeel, or Indene, lordajne. 
lurco."— /Vww//. Parv. (see notes, 
pp. 318, 817). 
"A lonrdan or lurden. lourdant,"— 
Sherwood. 
Louse, «*. 224 46 
Louse, adj. loose, 225 7 
Louse, r. to loose, 225 3 
Loute, »h. an idle fellow, 228 28 
Lovage, tih. a herb, 11 18 
** LoTeaohe, an herb."— /W>^?nwv. 
" LoTBge herbe. smymium."— ^«Av/. 
Lovaner, ih. 84 2 
Loveable, adj. 3 2 
Loved, |w»r^. 51 26 
Loved, have, 51 19 
Lovest, thou, 92 47 
Loveth, he, 89 8 
Loving, part. 43 10 
Lovable, a^'. 8 9 
Lowe, adj. 180 2 
Lowe, V. to btllow, 179 40 
Lower, v. 78 25 
Lowing, part. 43 14 
Lowly, adj. 100 18 
Lowsie, adj. 108 81 
Loyall, adj. 18 26 
Loyaltie, ih. 110 6 
Loyne, ih. 215 16 



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305 



Loyter, v. 


COL. ] 

78 


LIKE. 

24 


Lyllie, ah. 


COL. ] 

100 


LXVK. 

31 


Lubber, sh. 


75 


6 


Lyme, ah. 


132 


19 


Luce, sh, fish, 


182 


11 


Lyme, burnt, ah. 


132 


24 


Lucke, sh. 


184 


46 


Lyme, t;. to plaister, 


132 


32 


Luckye, ad/\ 


99 


2 


Lyme, to, birds, 


132 


33 


Lucre, sh. 


182 


34 


Lyme for birds, ah. 


132 


23 


Lucre, v. to gain. 


182 


35 


Lymmer, ah, dog. 


75 


3 


Lucriouse, adj\ gainful, 
Lugge, V. to drag, 


226 
184 


15 
28 


•* Lymmer dogee or mungrell, beynge 
halfe curre. halfe hownde, or span- 


Luker, ah. lucre. 


75 


8 


yell, hybrida."— ^«fo« 


>^ 




Luker, v. to gain, 78 
Lumbarde, ah, a Lombard, 30 
Lumpish, a(^\ 145 


26 
30 
34 


Lympish, adj. lame, 
Lymye, adj, clammy. 


146 
101 


10 
41 


Lunaticke, adf. 


121 


34 


" Lymye or clammye. 


Tiscidus."— 


Lurche, v. to lurk. 


190 


33 


Huloet. 






Lurke, v. to lie hid. 


191 


9 


Lynage, ah, lineage, 


11 


20 


Luske, ah, a lubber, 


194 


5 


Lynnen, adj. 


62 


47 


"Lnake, a ryle panoiM. 


ribault 


tt 


Lyntil of a cart, ah. 


125 


13 


Palsgrave, 






Lyon, ah, a lion, 


164 


4 


Lu8te» ah. 


194 


19 


Lyquide, adj. 


116 


12 


Luste, V. 


194 


24 


Lysarde, ah, a lizard. 


30 


29 


Lusty, adi. 


111 


12 


Lyte, ah, little. 


151 


1 


Lute, ah. 


195 


47 


Lyte, V, to trust. 


151 


11 


Lute, V, to play on the 






Lythe, adj, calm, 


151 


47 


lute. 


196 


3 


Lythe, t?. to listen, 


152 


4 


" I lute, I play on the lute."— /Wj- 


** Than said he loud upone 
will ye lyth."— Gjw. 


loft, 'Lord, 


grave. 






and 


Go/. 


Luter, ah. 


73 


31 


iii. 18, quot. by Jamieson, 




«' A luter, or he that plaieth on 


any 


Lyvar^ ah, a liver, 


75 


4 


stringed instrument.' — 


Bard, 




Lyvely, adf, 
Lyveret, ah, a leveret. 


100 


16 


Lybarde, ah, a leopard, 


30 


28 


88 


22 


"Libarde. leopardus." -^i//^. 










Lybrarye, ah. 


105 


4 


Mace, ah, a sceptre. 


6 


38 


Lyce, ah. 


114 


30 


Mace, ah, spice. 


6 


39 


Lycorouse, adj. 


226 


13 


Macrel, ah, a mackerel. 


56 


27 


Lye, ah, for washing. 


99 


8 


Madame, ah, a lady, 


18 


5 


Lye, V, to rest. 


99 


9 


Madde, adf. 


7 


40 


Lye, V, to say false,* 


99 


10 


Madde, to be, 


8 


2 


Lyer, great, ah. 


212 


43 


Madder, ah. 


72 


36 


Lyfe, ah, life. 


118 


20 


Maddil, v, to rave. 


126 


40 


Lyght, r. to fire, 


119 


27 


Maddle, v. to rave, 


8 


18 


Lyke, adj. 


122 


84 


UB.de,paH. 


8 


34 


Lyke, aio. 


122 


85 


Madge for Margerie, 


8 


12 


Lyke, to be. 


122 


30 


Madly, adv. 


101 


17 


Lykewise, ad/o. 


148 


26 


Maffil, 9. to stammer, 


127 


10 



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n«D£X OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



COL. LIlfK. 

Maffle, r. to stammer, 9 S8 

" To maffle in the month, as not able 
to sonnd his words ; to stammar or 
itut. balbntio."— ^tf«r. 

Maggette, ah. a maggot, 93 20 

Maggil, «. to mangle, maul, 1 27 24 

Maggie, V. 10 26 

"Thare he beheld ane cmell maglit 

fBoe"— Dough's Virgil^ quot. by 

Jamiacn, 

Maggotte, 9h 177 6 
Magicall, adj. 14 87 
Magick, fd. 120 43 
Magicke, adj, magical, 121 25 
Magistrate, bI, 40 2 
Magnanimitie, $h 110 6 
Magnificence, tib. 64 1 
Magnificent, adj. 68 45 
Magnificke, adj. magni- 
ficent, 121 35 
Magnifye, r. 98 6 
Magnitude, %h. 183 20 
Mahumet, fib, 89 21 
Mahumetiy, bI, 105 8 
Mainprise, th. a bail, 148 ^ 
^*A mainprise. vadimoninm."~^a«/. 
Maintayne, v. 201 37 
Mainteyne, to^ house, 201 38 
Maise of bering, sb, quin- 
gmUa, 203 10 
"A mayse of herynge. hio millena* 
rins.*^- Catk. Ang, 
Maister, 9b, 15 15 
Maister, v. 78 27 
Maistership, sb. 141 3 
Maistress, sb. a puistress, 85 17 
Maistrye, sb. 105 7 
Majestie, sb. 110 7 
Majorship, sbi 141 16 
Make, v. 12 18 
Maladie, sb. 96 3 

Malapert, flk^-. | g^ | ^g 

Malarde, sb. 30 31 

** Malarde, bryde, or mayelarde. Anas." 

^Pr(mpt. Parv. 
'*Amawlerdnbiadnok6."~CViM.^ii^. 



COL. LIKF.. 

Male, sb. ''the male 

kinde," 17 6 

Male, sb. a mail, port- 
manteau, 17 5 

<*Male of tmssynge and caryage. 

mantica."— /Vwff//. Parv. 
** Male or wallet to pntte geare in — 

malle." — Palsgrave. 

Malice, «d. 115 8 
Malice, r. to do malice, 

molest, 115 20 

Malignant, adj. 26 8 

Malitiouse, adj. 227 21 

Malkin, sb. a clout, 134 ' 1 

" Malkyne, mappyl, or oven swcpare. 
dossoriam." — Prompt. Parv. (see 
note). 

MaU, f^. a mallet, 12 42 

Mallet, sb. 88 23 

Malowe, sb. the herb 

mallows, 180 25 

Malte, sb. 16 32 

Man, «d. 20 11 

Manace, n). to menace, 7 19 

Manchet, sb. 93 17 

*< Pain de chapitre. a fine white hard- 
kneaded and flat manchet." — Cot* 



grave. 
Manciple, sb. 



a butler, 



purveyor, 




141 


30 


Mandrake, sb. a 


herb, 


12 


25 


Mane of a horse, sb. 


19 


3 


Manerly, adj. 




100 


20 


Manful, adj. 




185 


41 


Mangil, v. to mangle. 


127 


22 


Mangle, v. 




24 


5 


Manhood, sb. 




( 156 
206 


13 
20 


Manickle, r. 




122 


12 


Manicle, sb. 




122 


11 


Manifest, adj. 




92 


40 


Manifest, v. 




92 


28 


Manifould, adj. 




219 


14 


Mankinde, sb. 




135 


10 


Manlike, adj. 




(122 
123 


39 
6 



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COL. LIKR. 

Manly, adj. 100 19 

Manner, %b, 71 9 

Manonre, %h. 223 18 

Manslaughter, %h, 80 3 

MantiU, th, a mantle, 125 16 

Mantie, %b, 26 20 

Manuall, adj. 14 38 

Manumise, r. 148 20 

Manumission, %h, 165 23 

Many, adj. 102 31 

Maple tree, %b. 27 38 

Mappe, %b. 26 45 

Marbil, «&. marble, 124 11 

Marble, %h. 29 35 

March, %h. the month, 29 39 

Marchant, %h. a merchant, 25 12 

Marchpane, %b. 19 15 

<* Marchpane made wyth almondes and 
suger. dulciarins panis.** — Hulod, 

Mare, %b, a female horse, 28 14 

Maremayd, %h, a mermaid, 1 97 32 

Margarete, %b. a pearl, 151 27 

Margent, %h. 66 31 

Margerim, %h, marjoram, 131 39 

Mariable, adj, 3 34 

Marke, %b, 31 45 

Marke, r. to write, 32 6 

Marke, t?. to heed, 32 7 

Marie, %b, an earth, 32 19 

Marlin, ib, bird, 134 8 

Marlynhauke, %b, 44 34 
" Marlyn haiike. alietos. — Huloet. 

Marmalad, ib, 8 45 

Marmalet, %h, marmalade, 93 21 

Marowe, %h, marrow, 180 21 

Marre, t^. 29 24 

Marrice, %b. a marsh, 115 9 

•• Maryce of a fen (or myre, or moore). 
mariscus." — Prompt, Parv, 

Marshall, «&. 13 40 
Marte, «^. an ox or cow 

killed at Mailinmas, 33 25 

**A marte or marteme. martes."^ 
Baret. 

Martir, ab, 71 30 



COL. LIM. 



Martirdome, %b, 161 

Martlet, sb, bird, 93 

"MarUetbyrd. vpeAe^y—Huloet. 

Martyr, v. 78 

Manol, %b. a marvel, 124 

Mary, ». to marry, 106 

Marygould, sb, 219 

Marjmer, sb, 80 

Mashe, r. 35 

Maske, sb. 35 

Maske, v. 35 

Masker, $b. 75 

Mason, sb, 164 

Masse, sb. a multitude, 34 
Masse, sb. the Sacrament, 34 
Mast, sb. 

Matche, sb. liehnus, 
Matche, sb. coaqualis, 
Matche, r. 

Mate, sb. 

Materiall, adj. 
Mathematicall, adj. 
Matines, sb. 
Matrice, sb, the womb, 



35 

38 

38 

38 

39 

209 

14 

15 

139 

115 



40 
22 

16 

10 

32 

9 

4 

10 

21 

18 

12 

5 

31 

32 

43 

5 

6 

13 

9 

20 

39 

38 

41 

10 



Matrimoniall, adj. 14 

Matrimonie, sb. 102 

Matrone, sb. 168 

Matte, sb. 37 

Matter, sb. 75 

Mattocke, sb. 158 

Mattress, sb. 85 

Maunger, sb. 72 

Mausel, sb^ a twig basket, 56 
Mavish, sb. bird, 144 

Mawe, sb. the stomach, ^b 
Mawe, V. to mow, 45 

Mawer, sb. a mower, 74 

Mawhound, sb. Mahomet, 221 
Mayd servaimt, sb. 197 

Mayde, sb. 197 

Maydenhead, sb. 206 

Maydenlike, adv. 122 

Mayme, sb. a mutilation, 199 
" A maime. mntilatio."— ^af «^. 



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INDBX OF BNOLI8H WORDS. 



Mayme, r. | ^^^ ^^ 

Maynprise, r. to bail, 148 19 

" Maynprisjn. manuctpio. — mayn- 
piyfyd or menprisyd. manucaptiu." 
^Prompt. Patv. 

Mayntenance, %h. 21 40 

Mayre, %b, a mayor, 74 32 

Maysilles, %h, the measles, 1 25 15 

"The miifOs, a disease with many 
reddish spottes or speckles in the 
face and bodie, mnch like freckles 
in colour." — Baret, 

Mazer, %h, a goblet, 75 9 

" A maser or broad piece to drinke in. 
patera."— ^tf/</. 

Meacon, %h, sedge, water 

weed, 163 11 
Meade, bI, a meadow, 205 38 
Meade, ib. a drink, 205 39 
Meale, ib, floiir, 207 16 
Meale, by flock, — piece- 
meal. A.S. mcbly 207 39 
Meane, «&. via^ 208 30 
Meane, tib. medtocntas^ 208 31 
Meane, adf. mediw, 208 38 
Meane, v, velle, 208 34 
Meany, sh, a multitude. 

A.8. mani^, 102 17 

Meare, ab. a pool, 209 23 

"Mere, watnr (mer or see, water), 
mare." — Prompt, Patv, 

Meare, adj, mere, 209 47 

Mease of men, ih ^uatuor, 204 35 
Mease of meat, sb. a mess 

or dish of meat, 204 36 

" Messe of mete. ferculum.'*~/V<;/w//. 
Pafv. 

Measurable, adj. 3 35 

Measure, ab. 192 31 

Measure, r. 193 10 

Meate, ab. 212 15 

MeddU, V. to meddle, 127 28 

Mediate, oi^'. 41.17,25 

Mediate, r. 40 40 



COL. LIKK. 

Medicine, ab. 139 36 

Medicine, v. to heal, 139 47 

Meditate, v. 40 41 

Medlar, ab. fruit, 75 19 

Medowe, ab. a meadow, 180 28 

Meede, ab. desert, merit, 52 18 

Meede, v. (for need), 52 25 

Meedeful, adf. meritorious, 185 43 

Meeke, adj. 54 29 

Meeken, v. 61 28 
"Mekyn or make meke and boxnm. 
hamilio.*' — Prompt. Parv. 

Meele, ab. a meal, 59 20 

Meete, v. 89 17 

Meete, adj. 89 31 

Meetly, ado. 101 9 

Meetiy fayre, 101 11 

Melilote, ab. herb, 178 18 
**Memoteherbe. melilotbos.*'— ^«/^. 

Melody, ab. 97 4 

Meldewe, ab. mildew, 94 45 

Melodiouse, adj. 226 17 

Melt, V. 57 45 

Member, ab. 75 22 

Memoriall, adf. 14 41 

Memorie, ab. 105 9 

Men, ab. 60 31 

Mend, v. 64 42 

Menowe, ab. a minnow, 180 29 

Menstrew, ab, menses, 94 46 

"The menstme. menstme.'*— 5>&^^ 
wood. 

Menstruouse, adf. 227 22 

Ment, adf. meant, 66 16 

Mention, ab. 165 24 

Mercement, ab. 67 42 

Mercer, ab. 75 23 

Merchandise, ab. 148 3 

Merciable, o^'. merciful, 3 86 

Merciful, adf. 185 42 

Mercurye, ab. 105 6 

Mercye, ab. 96 29 

Mercy lesse, adf. 91 7 

Meriment, ab. 67 43 

Merit, v. 150 2 

Meritit, ab. merit, 149 32 



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309 



Meritoriouse, adj. 


COL. 

226 


UJIR. 

18 


Milch, %b. milk. 


COL. ] 

130 


LXKB. 

6 


Merling, $1. fish, 


136 


22 


Milch, t;. to milk, 


130 


7 


Merste, adj. nearest, 


82 


29 


Mile, %b. 


130 


43 


Mervalouse, adj. 


226 


16 


Milhopper, ib. 


80 


8 


Mervayle, %b, a marvel, 


199 


17 


Milhouse, ib. 


225 


10 


Mervayle, v, to marvel, 


199 


28 


Milksoppe, %b. 


169 


31 


Mery, adj, merry, 


107 


5 


MiUocke, %b. a small mill, 159 


12 


Message, %b. 


11 


21 


Milstone, «^. 


168 


20 


Messenger, «5. 


80 


7 


Mince, r. 


134 


38 


Metall, %h. 


13 


9 


Minde, Bb. 


134 


47 


Metaphisicall, adj. 


16 


41 


Minde, v. 


135 


5 


Metaphisick, 9b, 


121 


8 


Mine, %b. 


139 


9 


Mete, V, to measure. 


86 


11 


Mine, pron. 


139 


25 


Mete to be loved, 


89 


35 


Mine, «. 


139 


22 


Mete to be red, 


89 


36 


Mingil, r. to mingle. 


127 


25 


Metrod, ib, partica. 


155 


43 


Minion, ^b. 


165 


25 


Mever, sh, a fish, 


75 


24 


Minister, ib. 


80 


9 


Mewe, sb. a cage, 


94 


15 


Ministery, ib. 


105 


11 


** To be dapp'd up in a close and Becret 


Miniver, ib. fur, 


80 


6 


mew."— /w>^jr*j Tasso^ t. 42 


\. 


"Menu vair. minever; 


the ftu 


r of 


Mew, to, an hauke, 


94 


26 


ennins mixed or spotted with the 
fur of the weesel called gris."-* 


<*Mii of hawkys. falconariam 


»» 


Cotgrave. 






Prompt Parv. 






Minoritie, ib. 


110 


8 


"To mne an \axk^r^Bard, 




Minstrel, ib. 


56 


28 


Mice, ib. 


114 


31 


Miracle, ib. 


6 


5 


Miokle, adj. much. 


121 


45 


Mirke, ad^. dark, 


142 


17 


Mid of a thing, %b. the 






Mirre, ib. myrrh, 


142 


3 


midst, 


116 


5 


Mirtle tree, ib. 


125 


10 


Middil, %b, middle, 


125 


17 


Misadventure, ib. 


192 


33 


Middle, Bb. 


116 


18 


Misbecome, r. 


162 


14 


Midge, %b. a little fly, 


116 


33 


Miscary, v. 


106 


36 


Midlemost, adj. 


176 


12 


Miscelden, ib. raisleto^ 


5, 61 


42 


Midnight, ib. 


119 


43 


''Miseldenor miselto, ii 


rhych groi 


eireth 


Midridde, Bb. the midriff, 116 


10 


on olde trees, viscum 


:*^Huloet. 


Midwifery, %b. 


105 


10 


Mischance, ib. 


21 


42 


Might, %b. 


119 


19 


Mischance, t;. 


22 


20 


Mighty, ii4f-. 


111 


31 


Mischeefe, t^. 


• 53 


14 


Mignm, %b. the megnm. 






Mischevouse, adj. 
Mischiefe, ib. 


227 


23 


pain in the head, 


131 


40 


53 


12 


*' Mygreyme, selienesBe (mi 


igrym, 


mid* 


Miscreance, ib. 


21 


41 


grame, mjmne, midgrym). 
grania."— Avw//. Parv. 


emi- 


Miscreant, ib. 


25 


13 




Misdeede, ib. 


52 


33 


Mil, f^. to grind in a mill 


,123 


31 


Misdoe, r. 


154 


25 


Mil, %h. a mill, 


123 


20 


Miser, ib. 


75 


25 


Mil, fib. millet com. 


123 


21 


Miserable, adj. 


3 


37 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



COL. UKK. 



Miaerie, sh. 105 

MisfashioQy v. 164 

Misfortane, ih, 189 

Misgree, r. to diflagree, 46 
Mishappe, sh, a micfortune, 27 



12 
43 
31 
41 
27 
40 
30 
41 
33 
43 
21 
26 
31 
33 
6 
12 
24 
17 
18 
31 
32 
42 
29 



Mislike, adj, unlike, 122 

Mislyke, r. 122 

Misreport, v. 173 

Miereporte, ih. 173 

Misrewle, sh. misrole, 95 

Misruly, <u^\ 100 

Misse, sh. 143 

Misse, r. 143 

Misshapp, r. 27 

Mistanghty part. 45 

Miste, sh. 147 

Misteache, r. 205 

Mister, sh. want, need, 71 

Mister, v. to lack, 78 

Mistruste, sh. 194 

Mistruste, v. 194 

Mitigate, v. 40 

Mizel, sh. a dunghill, 56 

" Miiell and dunghyll."— /r«Av/. 

Mixture, sh. 192 32 

Mocke, sh. 158 22 

Mocke, V. 158 34 

Mockerye, sh. 105 15 

Modder, sh. a young girl, 73 42 

" Moder, senrannteor wenche (moddyr). 

Moderate, adj. 41. 18,26 | 

Moderate, r. 40 32 ! 

Modest, adj. 92 41 

Moe, adj. positive of more, 1 54 28 
Molayne, sh. herb, .201 19 

♦* Moleyne herbe. blattaria.*'— iy«/<v/ 

Mold, sh. mould, 160 20 

Mold, sh. a mole, 160 21 

Molest, <?. 92 29 

Mollifye, r. 98 7 

Molwart, sh. a mole, 33 39 



*Amolewarppe. bectalpa." 

PUfV, 



-Prompt. 



COL. UXE. 

161 24 

66 32 

102 35 

145 35 

96 32 

32 10 

105 14 

144 27 

167 42 

75 30 

227 24 

167 46 
102 4 
156 4 
156 5 

168 34 
168 38 
175 7 

175 8 
57 37 

mouth for 

178 32 

'* There is a difference between mooting 
and pleading.*' — Ben Jonson^ Dis- 
coveries. 

Moove, r. to move, 179 10 

Moppe, V. to maw, to 

grimace, 169 17 

" Tet did I amile to see how th' rest 
did grin, 
And mop and mow, and float and 
fleere at him." 
—Bratkwait, Hon. Ghost, p. 118. 



Mome, sh. a mummer, 

clown. 
Moment, sh. 
Momentary, adj. 
Momish, adj. mimic, 
Monarchie, sh. 
Monarke, sh. a king, 
Monastery, sh. 
Monish, v. to admonish, 
Monke, sh. 
Monster, sh. 
Monstruouse, adj. 
Month, sh. 
Monye, sh. 
Moode, sh. mind, 
Moode, sh. modusy 
Moone, sh. 
Moone, new, sh. 
Moore, sh. a heath, 
Moore, sh. inhabitant of 

Morocco, 
Moosel, V. to muzzel, 

**To moozle, or bind the 
biting." — Baret. 

Moote, V. to argue, 



Morall, adj. 


13 


26 


More, adflo. plus^ 


174 


30 


More, adv. magis^ 


174 


31 


Morgage, sh. 


11 


22 


Morgage, v. 


11 


34 


Morning, sh. 


136 


21 


Morowe, sh. 


180 


30 


Morsel, sh. 


56 


31 


Mortall, adj. 


13 


27 


Mortare, sh. for poun 


ding, 28 


40 



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Mortare, sh, cement, 


rOL. 

28 


LIXK. 

41 


Muckye, adf. 


COL. 

99 


LIKK. 

3 


Mortesse, sh. a mortice, 


85 


20 


Mudde, sb. 


182 


43 


Mortifie, v. 


98 


8 


Muddy, adj. 


97 


29 


Mortresse, $b. a mortice, 


85 


19 


Muffil, to, the face, 


127 


26 


Mortyse, sb, a mortice. 


148 


4 


Muffle, sb. 


184 


10 


Mosse, sh. 


175 


29 


Muffle for a dog, sb. 


184 


11 


M088J, adf. 


108 


36 


Muffle, to, the face, 


184 


12 


Mosy, adf, downy, hairy, 108 


34 


Muffle, to, y« mouth. 


184 


13 


Mote, sh, an atom. 


178 


4 


Muffler, sb. 


75 


31 


Mote, sh, a pond. 


178 


5 


Mugge, sh, a pot, 


184 


24 


Mothe, sb. 


177 


34 


Mugwort, sh, herb, 


173 


27 


Mother, sh. 


71 


23 


Mul, sh, rubble. 


185 


20 


Motherlesse, adf. 


91 


9 


Mulbery, sh. 


105 


16 


Motherlike, adj. 


122 


42 


Mulberry tree, sh. 


104 


;35 


Motherly, adj. 


100 


2 


Mullet, sh. 


87 


8 


Motherworte, sh, herb, 


173 


26 


MuUocke, sb, dust, 


158 


43 


Motion, sh. 


164 


7 


Mully, adj, dusty. 


100 


22 


Motion, V. 


164 


44 


Multiplie, V, 


99 


37 


Mouche, V, to eat, 


216 


42 


Multitude, sb. 


183 


19 


Moucher, sb, a great eater, 71 


19 


Mumbil, V, to mumble. 


127 


29 


Mouled, adf, mouldy. 


49 


13 


Mumble, r. 


188 


25 


Mould, sh, a mole, 


218 


40 


Mumchance, sb. 


21 


43 


Moald of the earth, sh. 


218 


39 


** Mumohanoe or silence.'* - 


-Huloet, 


Mould, V, 


218 


47 


Mimdane, adj. 
Mungrel, sh, 
Mungril, sb. 


19 


23 


Mouldie, adf, 
Moule, sb, a mole, 


97 
218 


15 
13 


56 
125 


30 
19 


"Moule, abeert. talpe."- 


-Pdisgrave, 


Munkie, sb, a monkey, 


98 


44 


Moulten, adj. 


62 


21 


Murder, sb. 


75 


33 


Moulter, sb. 


76 


17 


Murder, v. 


78 


14 


Mount, sb. 


221 


15 


Murmur, sb. 


190 


26 


Mount, V, 


221 


17 


Murmur, v. 


190 


29 


Mountaine, sb. 


201 


11 


Murrayne, sh. 


201 


21 


Mourne, v. 


224 


28 


Murre, sb, cold in the head, 190 


17 


Mouse, sh. 


224 


47 


** Murre or renme in the heade. 


gra- 


Mousil, sh, a muzzle, 


125 


22 


vedo."—^«/^. 






Mouthe, sb. 


230 


3 


•* Gravedo. the poee, mur 
of the head.' ~^m/tc;<; 




Mowe, V, to maw, to 






fth. 




move the lips, 


179 


41 


Muscadell, sb. 


b1 


25 


"I mowe with the raouthe, I mocke 


Muse, sb. 


194 


39 


one." — Palsgrtwe. 






Muse, V, 


194 


40 


Moyst, adj. 


216 


12 


Musheron, sb, a mushroom, 1 64 


6 


Moysture, sb. 


192 


35 


"Muflheron, toodye hatte. boletus. 


Moysture, t?. to moisten. 


193' 


11 


hmgos:*— Prompt, Parv, 




Muche, adj. 


182 


27 


<* Mussheron, atodestole. champignon.'* 


Mucke, sb. 


184 


41 


— Palsgrave, 






Muckhil, sb, fumarium^ 


125 


20 


Musicall, adj. 


14 


42 



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COL. LIMK. 

Masidaney sh. 19 37 

Musick, ih. 121 2 

Moskil, ib. shell fish, 125 21 

Muskle, sb, ahell fiflh, 194 10 

Muskle, sb. the musk, 194 6 

Muskle or muskil, 129 37 

Muatarde, sb. 30 32 

Muste, r. to be needful, 1 94 25 

UvLBtie^adj. Ill 11 

Mostle, V, to bustle, 194 12 

Mutable, adf. 2 13 

Mute, sb, 196 1 

Mutter, V. 78 30 

Mptuall, adf. ] 4 43 

My or myne, pron, 101 31 

Mych, r. to filch, 115 32 

"Mychjn or pryrely stelyng smale 
thyngig. aumpio."— /Vwi/^. Pafv. 

Myckil, cuh\ much, 129 5 
Myddin, si, a dunghill. 

A.8. midiing, 134 9 

"A middpge. hoc sterquilinium."— 
Cath. Ang, 

Mydwyfe, sb, 118 25 

Myer, sb. mire, mud, 73 24 

Mylde, adf, 130 15 

Mylfoyle, sb. 215 4 

Mylken, adj, 62 39 

MyndfuH, adj. 185 46 

Myneable, adj.fossilis^ 2 46 

Mynish, v to dimioish, 144 26 

Mynute, sb. 196 8 

Myre, sb, 143 12 

Myrroure, sb, 223 19 

Mysborne, pari. 1 72 35 

Mysdoubt, f>, 229 3 

Myerie, adj. miry, 107 6 

Myster, sb, need, 76 35 

"MjBtere or nede. indig^ncia." — 
Prompt, Patv. (see note). 

Mysterye, sb, 105 13 

Mystie, adj. misty, 111 41 

Mysty, adj. mystery, 111 42 

Mysuse, sb, 194 45 

My suae, v, 195 1 



Myte, sb. yermin, 151 2 

Myte of money, sh. 151 3 

Myter, sb. a mitre, 75 28 

Naffe, sb. a bird, 9 17 

Naffe of a wheele, sb. 9 16 

** A naffe of a qwele. hoc meditoUam, 
bic modiolus." — Catk, Ang, 

Nagge, sb. a horse, 10 10 

Naked, adj. 49 14 

Name, sb, 17 35 

Name, v, to call by name, 17 43 

Napkin, sb, 134 10 

Nappe, sb. a sleep, 26 46 

Nappe, V, to sleep, 27 15 

Narre, r. to show the teeth, 29 25 



** 1 narre, as a dogge dothe whan he is 
angred. ** — P/U^nwe. 


'* Narre lyke a dogge whrcb 


ismadde.'' 


-^Huloet. 




Narrowe, adj. 


181 14 


Natche, sb, a notch, 


38 7 


Natche, v, to notch, 


38 14 


Nation, sb. 


165 26 


Native, adj. 


153 17 


Naturall, adj. 


14 44 


Nature, sb. 


192 36 


Naule, sb, an aule. 


43 43 


"His lingel and his naale."— ^«w. 


mont and Fletcher^ Woman Pleased^ 
iy. 1. 


Navew, sb. root. 


95 8 



"Navewes herbe, having but thre 

leaves." — Huloet, 
" Napus ; tumep or navew, narew 

gentle or long tv\^?*-^AiHsw9rtk. 

lSaYj,sb, 112 36 

Nayyl, sb. the navel, 125 23 

Nayle, sb, a nail, 198 31 

Nayle, v. to nail, 199 2 

Neamble, oi^', nimble, 208 23 

Neapil, sb, a nipple, 126 7 

Neaple, sb, a nipple, 209 8 

Neare, adf, 210 3 

Neate, adf. 212 36 



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COL. LINK. 

Nebbe, sh. a beak. A.S. neb, 46 47 
"Neb or byl of a byrd. poetrum.** — 
Prompt. Patv. 

Necessarie, adj, 107 7 

Necessitie, %b, 110 9 

Neck, %h. 54 10 

Necked, great, adj. 213 6 

Necksniff, o^?*. stubborn, 117 37 

Neece,*^. 48 12 

Neede, %b. 62 19 

Neede, «T. 52 25 

Needeful, adj, 185 44 

Needie, adj, 97 25 

Needil, %b, a needle, 125 25 

Neere, adj. 210 1 

Neglecte, r. 47 43 

Negligence, ih. 64 2 

Negligent, adj. 68 46 

Ncpbew, ib, 94 47 

Neppe, %b, a herb, 70 6 

" Ncpe, herbe. coloqnintida." Prompt, 
Parv, 

"Neppe or oattUmentherbe. calaminta." 
-^Huloet, 

Ner, adj. near, 70 39 

Nermost, adj. 176 15 

Ne8be,a<(;. tender. A.S.»^<?, 91 35 

Nest, %b. 91 44 

Nest, f>. nidulari, 92 4 

Nestil, V. to nestle, 127 30 

Nette, sb. 85 47 

Nettyl, sb. a nettle, 125 8 

Nevertiielesse, adv. 91 J 8 

Newe, adj. 94 38 

Newes, sb. 94 16 

NewfangU, adf. 129 21 

Newfangle, a^. 24 11 

Newisb, adf. 145 26 
Neygbborhead, sb. neigb- 

bonriiood, 206 12 

Neygbbonre, sb. 223 20 

Neytber way, 197 13 
Nibble, to, witb the 

fingers, 113 25 

"To nibble with the fingers, as an- 
mannerly boies do with their pointes.*' 
Bafrt. 



COL. LIKR. 

Nick, sb. a notch, 120 18 

Nick, V. to notch, 120 27 

If ie, prep. & adv. welnigh, 102 1 

Nie, to, as an horse, 102 2 

"To neie like an horse, hinnio.**— 

Baret. 
" I nye as a horse dothe." — Palsgrave. 
Niggarde, sb. 30 33 

Niggardish, adj. 145 39 

Niggarship, sb. niggard- 
liness, 141 4 

" Nyggardshepe. tenacitas."— /'nw/zv/. 
Patv. 

Nigge, sb. a stingy woman, 118 39 
Niggish, adj. stingy, 145 37 

"Enowinff them to be such nigeshe 
pennyiathers." — Mor^s Utopia. 

Niggon, sb. a niggard, 164 8 

"Nyggarde (or muglard, or nygun, or 
pynchar)."— /'nwi/^. Parv. 

Nigh, adj. 119 14 
Night, «^ 119 20 
Nighten, v. to become night, 61 31 
Nightingale, sb. 17 22 
Nightly, adj. 100 23 
Nigion, sb. a fool, 164 9 
Nigromancer, sb. a ne- 
cromancer, 81 3 
Nilling, part, not willing, 136 46 
Nine, adj. 139 26 
Nineteenth, adj. 69 27 
Ninteth, adj. 88 43 
Nip. V. to taunt, 140 22 
Nipj to, with fingers, 140 21 
Nippe, sb. 140 11 
Nit, sb. egg of a louse, 148 46 



"Nyt in a mannes he 
Palsgrave. 


led. lente."— 


Nitty, a<&'. 112 5 

" Nyttyeor Ml of nyttes. lendiginosus.** 
Huloet. 


No, ado. 

Nobil, adj. noble, 
Nobilitie, sb. 
Noble, sb. 


154 33 
129 7 
110 10 

155 3 



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COL. LINK. 

Noble, adj, 155 2 

Nock of an arow, sh, a 

notch, 158 23 

" Nocke of an arrowe, bowe, spyndle, 
&c. crena." — HuJott. 

Nodde, V. 155 39 

Noddy, sh. a fool, 97 5 

*' Niezer, to deal simply or sillilj, to 
carry himself like a novice or igno- 
rant noddy." — Cotgrave. 

Nominall, aij, 14 45 

Nominate, t?. 40 31 

Nominative, adj. 153 36 

Nonage, «^. 11 23 

Nooke, %h. a corner, 159 21 

Noone, «*. 168 35 

Nor, conj, 170 27 

Norishement, %h, 68 2 

North, ib. 173 47 

Northe, by, 174 1 

Northen, ado, northern, 62 22 

Northerne, adj, 82 13 

Nose,*^. 221 43 

Nosed, great, adj, 213 16 

Not, adv, 176 43 

Note, %l. 178 6 

Note, t>. 178 11 

Nothing, adv, 136 23 

Notifie, V. 98 9 

NotoriouBO, adj. 226 19 

Nought, %h, 217 32 

Noughty, adj. naughty. 111 18 

Noune, %h. 220 1 

Nourish, v, 144 28 

Novise, %b. a novice, 148 5 

Noway, ad^i. 197 9 

No we, adA). 180 5 

Nowhere, adAD. 84 18 

Nowhit, adA>. nihil, 149 33 

Noy, r. to annoy, 214 13 

" Noyynge or grevyn. noceo." Prompt. 

Parv. (see note). 
"Tonoye. adveraari." — CaM. ^«^. 
** I noye, I yrke one. —I noye, I grave 

one. — I noye or hnrte one." — Ptds- 

grave. 



OOL. LTKK. 

21 44 



Noyance, %b. 

" Noianoe. nocumentum."— iffarrf. 



47 



Noyful, adj. 185 

'*Noyfall. nociyus.**— /r«A«/. 

Noyse, %h. 215 47 

Noysome, adj 162 19 

Number, sh. 75 34 

Number, r. 77 43 
Numcome, $h. trimestre 

hordeum, 172 29 

Numeral!, adj, 14 46 

Nunne, *^. 188 32 

Nurse, sh. 191 31 

Nurse, v, 191 35 

Nurture, %h. 192 38 

Nurture, i>. 193 12 

Nutcracke, ih, a nutcracker, 5 35 

Nutmig, «^. a nutmeg, 119 7 

Nutte, sh. 195 18 

ij. nice, 114 46 

rh, 101 47 

adf. 132 4 

I, 8h. 132 9 

le, adj, 69 39 

,adj. 111 46 

h. a nipple, 125 26 

Obedience, sh. 64 3 

Obedient, adj. 68 47 

Obeysance, sh. submission, 21 45 

Object, V. 47 44 

Obloquie, sh. 112 38 

Obscure, adj. 193 20 

Observance, %h. 21 46 

Obstacle, sb. 6 8 

Obstinate, adj. 41 27 

Occasion, sh. 165 27 

Occasionate, v. to occasion, 42 6 

Occident, ah. 67 44 

Occidentall, adj. 14 47 

Oceane, ah. 19 16 

Ocker, ah. usury, 75 36 

" Ocur or usure of gowle. usura."— 
Prom/ft. Parv. (see note). 

October, ah. 80 10 



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315 



Odde, adf. 


OOL. 

155 


umc. 
42 


Order, Bb. 


COL. 

72 


UNS. 

43 


Odiouse, adj. 


227 


25 


Ordeyne, r. 


201 


40 


Odoriferouse, adj. 


226 


20 


Ordinate, ad^. 


41.22,28 


Of, pr^. 


156 


41 


Ordinate, v. 


40 


44 


OffaU, «J. "theoffaU of 




Ordynance, Bb. 


21 


47 


things,'' 


13 


8 


Ore, Bb. 


174 


9 


Offence, ib. 


63 


31 


Orenge, Bb. an orange, 


65 


38 


Offend, r. 


65 


13 


Organ, Bb. 


20 


35 


Offer, V, 


78 


36 


Orient, Bb. 


68 


1 


Office, Bh. 


115 


11 


Orientall, adj. 


14 


1 


Officer, 9h. 


80 


11 


Originall, adj. 
Onuanent, A. 


14 


3 


OfficiaU, adj. 


14 


2 


68 


3 


Offspring, bI. 


136 


24 


Ornate, adj. 


39 


40 


0%adv. 


157 


15 


Orphane, Bb. 


19 


24 


Oke, %h. an oak. 


159 


39 


Orpin, Bb. herb. 


134 


11 


Oken, adj. oaken, 


62 


23 


"Orpyn, herbe. cnasula 


major 
k,etmii 


•. •* 


Oker, Bb. ochre, 


75 


37 


media dicitnr howsleel 


lima 


Olyphant, bI, an elephant, 25 


14 


didtur tXowsto^." ^Prompt. Parv. 


"Olyfawnt or elcpbannt. elephas.*'— 


Orthographic, Bb. 


97 


43 


Pfompt, Parv, 






Ostrich, Bb. 


115 


33 


"Olyphant, t beat oUphant."— /W/- 


Otes, Bb. oats. 


178 


3 


grave. 






Othe, Bb. an oath. 


177 


42 


Omit, t>. 


149 


41 


Otherwhyle, ad/c. 


131 


20 


Omnipotent, ad^. 
Once, <wfe. 
Oncome, Bb, disease, 


69 
166 
161 


1 
34 
46 


Otherwyse, adA>. 
Otter, Bb. 
Ould, adj. old, 


148 

75 

219 


27 

38 

5 


One day. 


196 


39 


Oole, Bb. an owl. 


218 


14 


Only, aio. 


100 


24 


Oule, V. uhUare, 


218 


19 


Ontaking, adj. capaxy 


137 


1 


Onnce, Bb. 


220 


21 


Onyon, Bb. 
Oore of brasse, Bb. 
Oore of golde, Bb. 
Oore of leade, Bb. 


164 
175 
175 
175 


10 
2 
6 
4 


Onne, part, due, 
Our, ours, pron. 
Ousyll, Bb. a bird, 


220 
222 
125 


12 
32 
24 


Oore of silver, Bb. 


175 


3 


"An osylle. bee micippa, 

—Ca/A, Ang. 
" OwbtI or blaoke maoke bi 


bee menila." 


Open, adj. 
Open, r. 


62 


24 


irde. mei 


rnla. 


61 


32 


\!(adL\iBr^ffuloa. 






Opinion, Bb. 
Oppilate, V. to stop. 


165 
40 


28 
43 


Out, adv. 

Out of the way, adj. 


228 
197 


43 
10 


"Tooppilate. oppiler."— 


Sherwood. 


Outbelied, a^. 


49 


41 


Opportunate, adj. oppor 






Outbrested, adj. 


49 


40 


tune, 


42 


24 


Outbrowed, adj» 


49 


43 


Oppresse, v. 


90 


20 


Outcast, Bh. 


36 


12 


Oration, Bb. 


165 


29 


Outeyed, a^. 


49 


39 


Oratorie, Bb. 


105 


17 


Outkneed, adj. 


49 


38 


Oratoure, Bb. 


223 


22 


Outlawe, Bb. 


45 


43 


Orcharde, Bb. 


80 


34 


Outlawe, V. 


45 


46 



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Outlawrye, $h, 
Outlipped, MJf. 
Outmoste, o^r*. 
Outrage, $h, 
Oatn^ V, 
Oatragioosey atff' 
Outwarde, atf;. 
Overcaste, r. 
Overoatche, v. 
Orercome, v. 



COh, LINK. 

105 18 

49 42 

176 14 

11 24 

11 35 

226 22 

31 11 

36 11 

38 21 

162 13 

Overflowe, v. praUrmU- 

Ure, 181 5 
Overflowe, r. iuperfluere^ 181 7 
Orergrowe, v. 181 8 
Overlay, r. 197 20 
Ovennatche, r. 38 20 
Overmount, v. 221 20 
Overpasse, r. 34 46 
Overreache, v. 205 23 
Ovemume, v. 188 43 
Oversee, r. to superin- 
tend, 46 42 
Oversee, v, to pass by, 46 43 
Oversight, sh, negligence, 119 44 
Oversight, sb, proeuraU'o, 119 45 
Overskip, v. 141 11 
Overstrowe, v, to cover 

over, 181 6 

Overthrowe, v, 181 9 

Overthwarte, oiff. 33 46 

Overthwarte, r. 33 45 

Overtume, v. 191 19 

Overweygh, v, 197 21 

Overweyghe, 198 5 

Owe, V. 179 42 

Ozimell, sh, herb, 57 26 

** Oximell herbe. acetom mulsum.*'— 
Huloet. 

Oxoniane, 9h, 19 47 

Oyle, «i. 214 87 

Oynctment, 9b, 66 33 

Oyntment, A, 67 28 

Oysier, %b. osier, 80 12 

Oyster, «J. 72 7 



Paast, 9b. paste. 



36 19 



Paaste, f . to paste, 
Pace, %b. 
Pace, r. 
Pacifye, f?. 
Packe, ih. 
Packe, v. 
Padde, ib, a saddle. 



ooL. umL 
36 24 

6 41 

7 3 
98 10 

5 15 
5 30 
7 32 
Padde, %b a toad or frog, 

A.S. piid, 7 33 

«* Paddok, toode. bufo."— Prompt. 
Parv. (see note). 
Padstoole, 9b, a toadstool, 161 16 
**A paddokstole. boletus, ftingns, 
tuber."— CflM. Ang. 
Page, 9b. an attendant, 10 42 
Pageant, 9b, 25 15 

Pale, 9b, a post to which 
the condemned were 
tied, 17 7 

Pall, »J. 12 44 

Pallet, 9b, 93 19 

Palme, 9b, " a palme tree," 16 22 
Palme, 9b, " the palme of 

a hand,'' 16 23 

Palmer, 9b, stranger, pil- 
grim, 75 41 
Pahner in school, 9b, 75 40 
" A palmare in y* scole. bee ferula.*' — 

Cath, Ang, 
<< Palmer to rappe one in (be bande. 
ferula."— ^«/arf. 
Palmestrie, 9b, 105 19 

Palt, 9b, a skull, pate, 16 33 
Pamper, r. 78 38 

Pan, «5. a vessel, 20 12 

Pancake, 9b, 12 26 

Panche, 9b, the belly, 22 29 
Panche, v. to cut out the 
bowels, 22 35 

** I panche a man or a beest, I perysshe 
bis guttes with a weapon." — Fals- 
grave. 
Pane of cloth, 9b, strip. 
A.S./>fl», 19 4 

'* Pane or parte of a thynge. pagina." 

— Prompt, Patv. (see note). 
" A pane of cl6th. panniculus.*'— ^^fi?/. 



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OOL. LINE. 

Panel, sh. a mantle, 56 38 

Pangue, sh, a pang, 23 41 

Pant, V. 25 1 

Pantap, sh. a wooden shoe, 27 28 

" Pantapple vide shooe." — Baret. 

**The litle crackhalter that carrieth 

his matter's ^^tMes^—Gcsson's 

Schoole o/Amse, 

Pantel, sb. a snare, 56 39 

«* Pantelle strynge. hec pedica.*'— Cfl/>5. 

Ang. 
"Pantell, fetter or snare, pedica."— 

ffuloet, 

Panter, ah. panther, 75 42 

Pantrer, sh. 75 43 

Pantrie, sh, 1 05 20 

Panym, sh. a pagan, 131 41 

"Payen. a pagan, paynim, infidel, 
heathen men. — Cotgrove. 

Paper, sh. 75 44 

Pappe, sh. the breast, 27 3 

** P«ppe. mamilla, v^^Qr:*— Prompt. 
Patv. 

Pappe, sh. food for babies, 27 4 
Parable, sh. 2 9 

Paradice, sh. 115 12 

Paramoure, sh. 223 23 

Parasite, sh. \b\ 28 

Parat, sh. a parrot, 37 29 

Parboyle, r. 215 10 

Parcelye, sh. parsly, 99 32 

Parche, r. 29 40 

Parchementy sh. 66 35 

Pardon, sh. 164 11 

Pardon, v. 164 45 

Pare, sh. a pair, 28 16 

Pare, v. to lessen, 28 23 

Parent, sh. 66 36 

Parentage, sh. 11 40 

Parfay, «?(?/. by my feith, 196 47 
Parget, v. to plaister, 93 31 

" Parget or playster for wallys. gyp- 
Bam."^Pnmpt. Pan/, (see note). 

** To parget or rongh cast. tnilliBso.'*— 
Baret. 

*' I parget or whytelyme. je vnie." — 
Palsgrave. 



COL. LINK. 

Parke, sh. 81 46 

Parker, sh. a park keeper, 75 46 

Parliament, sh. 68 14 

Parloure, sh. 223 24 

Parmazen, sh. cheese, 61 43 
Parocke, sh. an enclosure. 

A.S. pearroc^ 158 44 

"Parrok or oowle. saginarinm." — 
Prompt. Patv, (see note). 

Parre, sh. a pair, 29 16 

Parret, sh. a parrot, 87 3 

Parrote,«J. 178 16 
Parsel, sh. parcel, small 

part, 56 40 

Parsnip, sh. 140 42 

Part, sh. 33 26 

Parte, v. to divide, 83 33 

Partiall, aifj. 15 4 

Participate, v. 42 7 

Participle, sh. 141 31 

Particle, sh. 115 46 

Partlesse, adf. 91 11 

Partlet, sh. a ruff. 87 7 

**A neckerchief6,or partlet itrophinm." 
—Bard. 



Partly, adv. 


100 


25 


Partly fayre, 


101 


6 


Partly redde, 


101 


5 


Partner, sh. 


75 


47 


Partyte, a^. pariitus, 


151 


40 


Paschall, adf. 


13 


28 


Pase, sh. Easter, 


36 


42 


"Pasche. hoopascha."- 


'CatA. Ang. 


Passage, sh. 


11 


25 


Passe, r. 


34 


36 


Pasteme, sh. 


82 


5 


Pastrye, sh. 


106 


21 


Pasture, sh. 


192 


39 


Pasture, v. to graze. 


193 


13 


Pasty, sh. 


110 


13 


Pastyme, sh. 


132 


35 


Pastyme, v, 
Patche, sh. 


132 


36 


38 


8 


Patche, V. 


38 


15 


Pate, sh. the head. 


39 


10 



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INDEX OP ENGLISH WORDS. 



ooL. lutb. 

Paterae, ih. a pattern, 82 6 

Patience, $h. 64 4 

Patient, atff* 69 2 

Patise, V. to covenant, 148 21 
" I patyie, as one frontyer towne dothe 
with an other in tyme of warre, to 
saye them bothe hannlesBe. je 
patyse."— /'oZ^lfnitr. 

'* Patise, or make ooyenaunte or pro- 
mise, depacisoor.'*— /rii/<¥/. 

Patriarke, ah. 82 11 

Patrimonie, ih. 102 18 

Patronage, sh. 11 42 

Patrone, i^. 164 13 

Patten, ah. a pattern, 61 10 

Patth, sb. 38 38 

Pattindi, V. to covenant, 144 33 

Paune, v. to pawn, 44 26 

Pause, ah. 44 42 

Pause, V. 44 46 

Pavade, ah. a dagger, 8 40 
" Ay by his belt he bare a long parade. " 
— Chaucef^ The Revels TaU, 

Pare, t?. 42 88 

Pavement, al. 66 37 

Pavillion, ah. 165 30 

Pawne, ah. a pledge, 44 19 

Payle, ah. a jwiil, cavXua, 198 32 

Payle for milke, ah. 198 33 

Payment, ab. 66 34 

Payne, ah. pain, 200 7 

Payne, r. 100 23 

Paynftd, ad^f. 187 7 

Paynlesse, ailj. 91 10 

Paynte, ». 202 23 

Paynting, ah. 136 25 

Payre, ^. 202 38 

Payre, v. 202 43 

Payrel, ah. a shell, 56 36 

Payse, ah. a weight, 203 11 

Payse, v. to weigh, 203 15 
**I peyse, I waye. je poise."— Ai>- 
grave. 

Paytrel, ah. breast leather 

for a horse, 56 37 

"Paytrell for a horse, poictral."— 
Palsgraie, 



OOIm li>b. 

Peace, excl. 205 3 

Peace, ah. 204 39 

Peace, r. to keep silence, 204 47 

Peaceable, aii. 2 22 

Peache apple, ah. 205 7 

Peache tree, ah. 205 8 
Peake, to, into a place, — 

to pry, 207 1 

" I peake or prie. je pipe hors."— /Vi/i^ 
grave. 

Peakish, adj. mimicua, 145 40 

Peale of gunnes, ah. 207 17 

Peapon, ah. a pumpkin, 164 15 

Pearche, ah. 210 8 

Peare, ah. 209 24 

Pearle, ah. 210 38 

Pearte, adj. pert, 211 15 

Pease, «^. 211 29 

Peate, ah. 212 16 

Pebble, ah. 47 7 

Pecke, ah. 47 12 

Peckil, ah. 125 29 

Peckle, ah. a speck, 47 19 

Peckle, V. to stain, npeckle, 47 23 

**Grivoler. to peckle or speckle." — 
Cfftgrave. 

Pecocke, ah. a peacock, 158 45 

Peculiare, ad/. 29 6 

Pedder, ah. a pedlar, 75 I 

** Peddare. calatharius (qui facit cala- 
thos)."— /ViWf//. Parv. (see note). 

" A pedder. hie reTolu8,hic negociator.** 
—Cath. Ang. 

Pedigrew, ah. a pedigree, 95 1 

Pedler, ah. 75 20 

Peece, ah. para, 48 15 

Peece, ah. maaaa^ 48 16 

Peece, v. to piece, 48 17 

Peele, ah. 59 21 

Peele, e. 59 29 

Peepe, v. 70 15 

Pegge, ah. 53 23 

Pehen, «i. 61 11 

Pelfe, ah. 58 14 

Pellet, ah. 87 10 



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Fellitorie, sh. the wall 

plant bartram^ 105 22 
"Pellitorye lierbe. altericam." Htdoet, 

Pelt, ih. skin, 58 40 
•*Peaii, a Bkin, fell, hide, or pelt."— 
Cotgravi, 

Pen, %h, 60 82 

Penance, fib, 22 1 

Penall, aiy. 13 29 

Pence, «3. 63 21 

Pendant, adj. 25 38 

Penetrate, r. 40 45 

Penitent, adj. 69 3 

Penknyfe, «J. 118 27 

Penne, ib, a coop, 60 33 

Penned in, j9ar^. 49 17 

Penned, adj written, 49 18 

Pennye, %h, 102 19 

Pensif, (wjr*. 117 38 

Pension, %l. 165 31 

Penthouse, ih. 225 14 

Pentionarie, %h, 105 23 

Pennriouse, adj. 227 26 

Penury, %h. 105 24 

Penywort, %l. herb, 173 28 

People, «J. 70 32 

Pepper, %h. 76 I 

Perca8e,«air. perchance, 7 22 
"Part to you here, where that ye 
shall have 

Such thing that ye percas fele now 
shall." 

—ParUnay^ U. 6630-7* 

Perceyve, v. 204 18 

Perche, bI. 81 12 

Perclose, ih. a rail, 222 4 

" Perclose of tymber or wodde. vacerra." 
Huloet, 

Perdition, sh. 165 32 

Perfonne, v. 172 13 

Perforse, adv. 173 8 

Perfame, v. 188 17 

Perhappe, adv. perhaps, 27 30 

T> -1 JL ( 124 13 

Penl, 8b. I J25 34 

Perilouse, adj. 227 27 



OOL. LINK. 

Perish, r. 144 34 

Perite, adj. expert, 151 39 
Peritorie, sb. the wall 

plant bartram, 105 25 

" Perytorie, an herbe." — Palsgrave, 

Periwinke, %b. a peri- 
winkle, 138 26 
Periwinkil, %b. 128 34 
Periwynkle, «*. 138 31 
Peijurie, ib. 105 26 
Permanent, adj. 69 4 
Permitte, v. 149 42 
Pemitiouse, adj. 227 28 
Perpetrate, t?. 40 46 
Perpetuitie, %b, 110 11 
( 82 21 
Perse, i?. to pierce, \^\\ lo 

Persecute, v. 196 18 

Persever, v. 83 23 

Perseverance, %b. 22 2 

Persiste, v. 147 26 

Personable, adj. 3 38 

Persone, «3. 164 12 

Perspective, adj, 153 37 

Persuade, r. ^93 

Pertende, r. 65 14 

Perteyne, v. 201 33 

Perturbate, v. 40 47 

Peruse, r. 195 6 

Perverse, adj. 82 22 

Perverte, t?. 82 34 

Pesant, fib. a peasant, 25 16 

Pestel,«*. 56 41 

Pestiferouse, adj. 226 28 

Pestilence, ib. 64 5 

Pestilent, adj. 69 5 

Peticote, %b. 178 19 

Petie, adj. petty, 112 7 

Petish, 0(1^'. pettish, 145 44 

Pevish, adj. 145 42 
Pewtrel, ib. breast leather 

for a horse, 56 42 

"Pewtrell forahoise. vaUtltu^^'-ffuloet. 

Phantome, sb. 161 41 

Philbert tree, 9b. 82 41 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



COL. UKB. 

PhiUet, 8h. a band, 86 45 

PhiUet of flesh, f». 86 46 
Phillip, »h. fillip with the 

finger, 140 47 

Philosopher, »h, 81 5 

Philosophicall, adf. 15 5 

Philosophie, a. 97 44 

PhiBioion, sh. 165 33 

Phisick, sh. 121 3 

Phisonomie, sh. 101 36 

Phrase, sh. 36 39 

Phy8battocke,«&.^roMuAM, 159 6 

Piche, sh. corhicuhts, 115 29 

Pick, V. to pitch, fling, 120 28 

Pickil, V. to pickle, 128 21 

Pickle, sh. sauce, 121 42 

Pickle, V. to pickle flesh, 122 1 

Pickle, r. to eat nicely, 122 2 

Pickpnrse, sh. 191 37 

Pickrel, sh. fish, 56 43 

** Lanceron. a jeg or jack, a pickerel, 
that's about a root long." — Co^gywe. 



31 
40 
40 
35 
34 
23 

26 
27 
32 



Pickthanke, sh. a flatterer, 24 

Picture, sh. 192 

Pigge, «^. a pig, . 118 

Pig^, sh. herb, 129 

Pigion, sh. 165 

Pike, sh. a prickle, 122 
Pike, sh. "for the ear,'' 

scalprum^ 122 

Pike, sh. a fish, 122 

Pike, to, woU,— to card, 122 

" I pyke taffrone or any floare or oome, 
whan I Borte one parte of them from 
another." — Palsgrave. 

Pil, sh. medicine, 123 21 

Pil, V. to plunder, 160 7 

*• I pyll, I robbe. je pille."— /Wj^rar/ 

Pil off barke, to, 123 33 

Pil of skin, to, 123 34 

Pil and pol, to, 123 32 

"PoUynge or pillynge. exactio." — 

Htdoet. 
«« To pill or poll, to take by extortion." 

—Baret. 



Pilch, r. to filch. 


130 


10 


Pilcharde, sh. 


30 


35 


Pile, sh. a heap, 
Pilgramage, sb. 


130 


44 


11 


43 


Pilgryin, sh. 


131 


42 


Pillarie, sh. 


105 


27 


Pillocke, sh. a small pill. 


159 


11 


Pillor, sh. a pillar, 


76 


2 


Pillowe, sh. 


180 


33 


Pilotte, sh. 


177 


7 


Pimpemell, sh. 


57 


27 


Pimple, sh. 


132 


15 


Pin, sh. the penis, 


125 


14 


Pin for dothes, sh. 


133 


3 


Pin for a wall, sh. 


133 


5 


Pin of iron, sh. 


133 


4 


Pincase, sh. pincushion, 


36 


47 


Pincel, sh. a pencil. 


56 


44 


Pincer, sh. 


76 


3 


Pinche, v. 


134 


35 


Pine away, v. 


139 


18 


Pinfould, sh. pound for 






catUe, 


219 


21 


"Pynfblde. indnaorinm." 
Patv. 


^Prompt. 


" Pynfolde. priwn anx bestee."— i'a^- 








Pinnacle, sh. 


• 6 


7 


Pinnakl, sb. a pinnacle, 


128 


35 


Pinne, t?. to fasten. 


133 


18 


Pinnion, ^. 


165 


35 


Pinnocke, sh. a hedge 






sparrow, 


158 


46 


Pinsone, sh. a shoe. 


164 


17 



"Ppaone. tenella."— Pfww//. Patv. 

(see note). 
**Pin8on or pompe. caloeamentum." — 

Bard. 



Pionie, sh. 
Pipe, v. 



102 20 
141 43 



*Pypyn with a pype. Satolo." — 
Pfompt Patv. 



Pippe, »6. 
Piracye, sh. 



140 12 
96 23 



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PiBmer, »h. an ant. 



COL. LUfB. 

76 5 

'^Pismier, ante, or emot fbrmica."— 

Prompt, Pafv* 
" Pismvre, a lytell worme. formys." — 

Palsgrave, 

Pispotte, 9h 177 8 

Pisse, 9b, urine, 143 27 

Pisse, V. 143 82 

Pit, «3. 148 47 

Pitche, sh. 150 20 

Pitoheforke, ih. 171 38 

Pitcher, ih. 76 6 

PitfaU, 9h, 13 10 

Pithje, (hH. hi 28 

Pitie, r. 110 47 

Pitiouse, tdf. 226 24 

Pittance, sh. 22 3 

Pittie, «5. 110 15 

Pittifdl, adj. 186 1 

Place, $h 6 41 

Place, V. 7 4 

Plague, «&. 11 3 

Plague, V. 112 

Plaister for a sore, $1. 76 4 

Plaister, to, a sore, 78 28 

Plaister, to, a wall, 78 31 

Planet, 9h. 87 12 

Planke, $1, a piece of wood, 24 20 



Plant, 9h. 


24 


40 


Plant, 1^. 


25 


2 


Plantayn, #5. herb. 


201 


22 


Plat of ground, Mb. 


37 


12 


Platte, adj. plain, 


37 


18 


Plajest, &0U, 


93 


2 


Playne, r. to complain, 


200 


24 


" I playne or complayne. {e 
— PaUgravi, 


mepbu 


na." 


Playne, to, a bourd. 


200 


25 


"PUyne bourdeB, tymber 


or wodde. 


exascerare. ^^^ffuioet. 






Playne, 9h a tool. 


100 


16 


Playne, adj. even. 


200 


37 


Playne, adj. manifest, 
Playnte, ih. 


200 


38 


202 


22 


Playntif, ah. 


117 


36 



COL. UNK, 

Playster, ah, for a sore, 75 14 

Playster for walling, $1. 76 7 

Playt, sh. vessel, 203 42 

<< They bestowed tbem aborde in xzx 
hmkea, hoyea and playtes." Hotins' 
hed^ qnot by Nares, 

Playt, »h a thin plate, 203 41 

Playt of a cote, «*. 203 40 

«« Playte of a clothe, plica."— /V<>»i//. 

POfV, 

Playt, to, a cote, 203 47 
Playt, to, a nayle, — ^to 

dinch, 204 1 

Pleade, r. 205 44 

Pleasable, adj. 2 23 

Pleasant, a^j. 25 39 

Please, v. 205 2 

Pleasure, 9h. 192 41 

Pleasure, v. to gratify, 193 14 

Pledable, adj. 2 16 

Pledge, sh. 51 41 

Pledge, V. 51 45 

Plentie, tfi. Ill 6 

Plentifid, adj. 187 8 

Plentiouse, adi* 226 25 
Pleureticke, adj. having 

the pleurisy, 121 36 

Pleurisie, th. 108 19 

Plish, Bh. pitch, 143 43 

Plite, 9h. plight, 151 6 

PHght, «&. state, 119 21 

Plight, 9. to betroth, 119 31 

Plonge, V. 167 38 

Plough^ 9h. 217 20 

Plough, V. 217 26 

Ploume, »h. a plum, 219 35 

Plover, Bh. 76 9 

Plowable, adj. 3 10 

Plucke, V. 185 2 

Plummet, ih. 87 13 

Plurall, adj. 13 30 

Plyant, adj. 25 46 

Plye, V. to apply, 99 14 

Plye, V. to bend, 99 15 

Pocke, aib. disease, 158 24 

Pocke, French, %h. 158 38 



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INDBX OF ENGLISH WOBDS. 



OOL. LTKB. 

Pocket, »b. 87 18 

Podde, V. to prick, 155 38 

Poesie, $b. 108 20 

Poet, 8h. 87 15 

Poeticall, adf. 15 6 

Poetrie, sh. 105 28 

Poinct, sb. 215 29 

Point of a knife, sh. 215 30 

Poke, sh. a little sack, 159 40 

Pole, sh. a staff, 160 35 

Pole, north, sb. 160 36 

Pole, south, sb. 160 37 

Polecatte, sb. 37 30 

Poliove, sb. 96 30 

Polish, V. 144 35 

Politicall, adj. 15 7 

Poll, r. to rob, 160 7 

*• I poUe one, I get hit monaje or any 
other thyng from him bj aleTgfat. je 
e](toroionne."— /Wjr^nnv. 

"PoUe, brybe or extort abradere de 
rebuB."— /TM/ivf 

Poll, to, the head, 160 9 

" I polle, I ehaye the bearee of onei 

beed. je rvj^r—Palsgreeve. 
" To poll or notte the head, to sheare 

or olip, to notte or poll/*— i?tfn^. 

Pollute, V. 196 20 

Polpodj, sb. herb, 97 2 

" Polypodye, herbe. poUpodia."— 
Prompt. Patv. 

Pomander, sb. 80 13 

Pomajse, sb. pumice, 203 19 

"Pomeys or pomyse. pomex." — 
Prompt. Parv. 

•* Pomaise for parchment pnmex."— 
Huloet. 

Pomayse, v. to polish, 203 21 

*'Pomauen or trimme parchment 
pnmico."— ^«/^ 

Pomel, sb. poluSf 56 45 

"Pomel of a iwerde or knyfe. tolus." 
^Prompt. Parv. 



Pompon, sb. pumpkin, 164 16 
Poropone, sb. pumpkin, 168 21 

"Pompone or pepone, a kynde of 
melons. ^^^y^HuIod. 

Ponde, sb. 166 41 

Ponder, r. 78 40 

Ponderouse, adj. 227 29 

Ponent, sb. the west, 67 45 
" Ponent or west occidenB.**^//u/Mf. 

Pontificall, atf;. 15 8 

Poole, sb. 161 5 

Pope, sh. 169 45 

Poplare, sb. a tree, 29 4 

Poppe, V. 169 18 

Poppet, sb. a puppet, 87 16 

Poppin, sb. a puppet, 134 14 

" Popyn, chylde of dowty* (or moppe). 
pupa."— iViww//. Parv. 

Popple, V. to bubble up, 170 15 

" I poppell up, as water dotbe, or any 
other lyoonre whan it boyleth faste 
on the fyre, or as water dotiie out 
of a 8pTvag."^Pa/s^rave. 

Poppling, sb. a poplar 

tree, 136 26 

Populate, V. 411 

Populouse, adf. 227 30 

Porche, sb. 171 7 

Pore, sb. 174 10 

Pore, t?. to pry, 174 25 

Poreblinde, adf. purblind, 135 15 

Porke, sb. a hog, 171 32 

Porke, sb. 171 33 

Porkin, sb. a young pig, 134 12 

"Porkyn, porcatte, or yonge swyne. 
porcellufl."— /r«/arf. 

Porkling, sb. a young pig, 1 37 31 
Porpesse, sb. a porpoise, 85 24 
Porpin, sb. a porcupine, 134 13 

"Poork poynt, beste (or perpoynt 
porpeys, porpoynte), histni."— 
Prompt Parv. 

"Porpyn beaste, hayinge prickes on 



bi« backe."— ^«Av/. 
Porre, v. to prick. 



155 38 



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FortaU, «». 13 11 

Fortcnllesse, sh. 85 23 

Porte, sh, a gate, 173 8 

Forte, sh. a haven, 173 9 

Forte, sh, behaviour, 173 10 

Porte, sh. power, 173 11 

Portend, v. 65 15 

Porter, «i. 76 11 

Portesse, sh. a breviary, 85 21 

" Portres, a preestee boke. breviayre." 
— Palsgrave. 

Portingale, sh. Portugal, 17 23 

Portion, sh. 165 36 

Portrature, sh. 192 43 

Portsale, sh. 17 24 

'< Portsayle of goodea confiscated, or 
spoyle."— ^«^«/. 



Porture, sh. a portrait. 


192 


44 


Porture, v. to paint, 


193 


15 




tbe 


portrature of a thyngc 


. je pour- 


trays.'*— /Wjp^totv. 






Positive, adj. 


154 


1 


Possesse, v. 


90 


21 


Possession, sh. 


165 


87 


Possessive, adj. 


154 


2 


Posset, sh. 


87 


21 


Possibil, adi' 


129 


22 


Possibilitie, sh. 


110 


12 


Possible, adj. 


113 


47 


Post, sh. a runner. 


176 


4 


Poste, sh. 


176 


1 


Poste, V. 


176 


7 


Postie, sh. power. 


110 


14 


Postnet, sh. a pitcher. 


87 


20 



"Posnet Yircius, urciolus, orca." — 

Prompt. Parv. (see note). 
*« Posnet, a lytell ^\Xa:'— -Palsgrave. 
" A posnet, or sekllit. chytra.**— ^a^. 

Pot, sh. 176 27 

Potanger, sh. a porringer, 80 14 

*' A potenger, or little dish with eares." 

^Baret. 
** Pottanger. escnelle."— '/li^r^mtv. 



Potch, to, an ^%^^ 

" I potche e^^gp^" ^Palsgrave. 
Potcharde, sh. a pot, 30 

"Potsharde. iai^'* —Hulcet. 



COL. XJKK. 

177 29 



Potentate, sh. 
Potion, sh. 
Potlidde, sh. 
Potstick, sh. a ladle, 

Potter, sh. 

Pouche, sh. 

Pouder, v. to powder, 

Poulder, sh. powder, 



40 
165 
116 
121 
(75 
(76 
216 
78 
76 



36 

3 
38 
9 
5 
39 
12 
36 
41 
14 



« Poulder or dust that oommeth of the 
fllynge or shavynge of mettall."— 
HuloH 

Poule, to, an head, 218 20 
Poule, to, by briber, —to 

spoil, 218 21 

Potdter, sh. a poulterer, 76 16 

Poultrie, sh. 105 30 

Pounce, V. 220 24 

Pound, sh. 220 38 

Pound, r. 220 45 

Pounder, v. to pound, 78 8 

Poune, to, spice, 220 8 

Poure, r. 222 30 

Poute, V. 228 36 

Povertie, «i. 110 17 

Powder, sh. 76 13 

Power, sh. 73 37 

Powre, V. to pour, 78 10 

Poynt, sh. a prick, 215 28 

Poynt, r. 215 37 

Poynt, to, a knyfe, 215 88 

Poynt, to, with thefynger, 215 39 

Poyse, sh. weight, 216 2 

" Poyse of leade." Huloet. 

Poyse, V. 216 

Poyson, sh. 164 

Poyson, r. 164 

Practice, sh. 115 

Practice, r.^ 115 

Practicke, *adj. practical, 121 



5 
18 
46 
13 
21 
26 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Prane, »h. a prawn, 


19 


5 


«<Pruie, ffiehe. itiiigiii. 


'^Prompt. 


Pranke, v. to frisk about, 24 


25 


Prate, v. 


39 


17 


Prattil, V. to prattle, 


127 


32 


Prattte, v. 


38 


31 


Praunce, r. 


21 


18 


Prayer, »h. 


74 


33 


Prayest, thou, 


93 


3 


Prayae, $h. 


203 


12 


Prayee, v. 


203 


16 


Preace of people, ih. a 






preee. 


204 


40 


Preace, to, upon, — to 






press. 


205 


1 


Preache, v. 


205 


14 


Prebendary, »b. 
Precept, w. 


105 


31 


70 


26 


Preciouse, adf. 


227 


31 


Precipitate, v. 


42 


8 


Predestinate, v. 


42 


9 


Predicate, r. 


41 


2 


Preeminence, »h. 


64 


6 


Preeminente, adf. 


69 


6 


Preesthood, sh. 


156 


14 


Preestly, adf. 


100 


26 


Preface, sh. 


7 


13 


Preferment, »h. 


68 


7 


Pregnant, adf. 
Prejudice, »S. 


25 


40 


115 


14 


Prejudice, v. 
Prelacie, sh. 


115 
96 


22 
24 


Prelate, sh. 


39 


30 


Prepare, v. 


28 


38 


Preposterouse, atff* 


226 


26 


Prerogative, sh. 


153 


4 


Prescience, sh. 


64 


7 


Prescribe, v. 


118 


38 


Presence, sh. 


63 


34 


Present, v. 


67 


6 


Presentment, sh. 


68 


9 


Preserre, v. 


83 


18 


President, sh. 


68 


11 


Presse, v. 


84 


38 


Presse for backs, sh. 


84 


31 



cox.. lUtB. 



Presse for wine, sh. 84 26 

Presse for clothis, A. 84 30 

Pressor, **. 73 12 

Pressure, sh. 192 45 

Prest, pari. 92 9 
^■estoner, sh. an inhabitant 

of Pleston, 84 4 

Presume, v. 188 18 

Presumptiouse, aij. 227 32 

Pretence, sh. 63 33 

Pretende, v. 65 16 

Pretie, adj. pretty, 112 8 

Pretor, sh. 170 31 

Preyayle, v. 199 29 

Prevent, r. 67 7 

Price, «*. 114 32 

Prioeonthesea,«&.apri8e,114 39 

Price, r. 114 41 

Prick, sb. a goad, 120 19 

Prick, sh. a mark, 120 20 

Pricke, r. to goad, 120 29 

Pricket, sh. deer, 87 22 

"P^ket, beeit (prik). oaprioliis."— - 

Prompt. Parv. 

" Pricket, a yonge dere. saiUant.'* — 

Palsgrave. 

Pricket, sh. diminutive 

of prick. 
Prickle, «6. 



94 2 

121 41 

( 122 3 

\ 128 17 

116 44 

28 35 

107 8 

40 4 

153 18 

222 5 

100 27 

140 39 
110 18 

15 9 

128 36 

141 28 
159 1 

"A princooke, a ripe-headed yoang 
boy. " — Minsheu. 



Prickle, V. to prick, 

Pride, sh. 

Primare, sh. hour glass. 
Primary, adj. 
Primate, sh. a chief, 
Primative, adj. 
Primrose, sh. 
Princely, adj. 
Princeship, sh. 
Principalitie, sh. 
Principal!, adj. 
Principil, sh. principle. 
Principle, sh. 
Princooke, sh. 



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326 



COL. 

77 

164 

80 

39 

152 



IJKK. 

17 
19 
16 
41 
37 



Printer, sh. 
Prisone, sb. 
Prisoner, sh. 
Private, (wjf*. 
Prive, <7. to deprive, 

"Pnrryn or depiyvyn. priyo." — 
Prompt. Paru, 

Privie, adj. secret. 
Privilege, «i. 
Privitie, 9h, 
Probate, v. 
Probitie, ih, 
Procede, r. 
Processe, %h. 
Proclamation, bI. 
Prodame, r. to proclaim, 
Proclive, aij, prone to, 153 



42 
2 

19 
38 
20 
34 
25 
39 
13 
20 

''For a woman is fraile and procliye 
unto all efii\B:'^LaHm€f'sS€rmons. 



112 
52 

110 
39 

110 
52 
85 

165 
18 



41 

170 

193 

15 

227 

90 

87 

93 

78 

w 



3 

34 

16 

10 

33 

22 

26 

32 

37 

39 

5 

3 

4 



Procreate, r. 
Proctor, 9h. 
Procure, v. 
Prodigal], adj. 
Prodigiouse, adj. 
Professe, v. 
Profet, 9h. profit, 
Profet, V, 
ProflTer, v. 

Profitable, adj. 

Profite, V. 150 

Profligate, v. to rout, 41 

*« With how ferrent heart should we 
profligate and chase away sin." — 
JBa<on^ quot. by HaUiwdl. 

Profound, adj. 221 11 

Proftinditie, «^. 110 21 

Progenitor, %b. 170 85 

Progenye, %h. 102 21 

Progresse, tib. 85 26 

Prohibit, v. 150 4 

Proke, V. to stir, to poke, 159 45 
**£Ter at his elbow to pricke and 

proke hira forward.**—/. Holland^ 

quot by Nares. 

Prolixitie, tb. 110 22 



COL. UNE. 

Prolocute, €7. ^o/So^*, 196 21 

Prologe, zh. a prologue, 157 44 
Prologer, %h. speaker of 

a prologue, 80 15 

Prolong, v. 167 17 

Promise, %b. 148 6 

Promise, r. 148 22 

Promontorie, tib. 105 32 

Promote, r. 178 20 

Prompt, adj. 162 27 

Promptitude, %h. 183 21 

Pronounce, v. 220 26 

Pronoune, A. 220 17 

Prone, adj. 168 15 

Prongue, ih. 166 47 

Proofe, **. 157 22 

Prooveable, a^. 2 3 

Prooved, ^ar<. 51 27 

Propagate, v. 41 6 

Prophecie, %l. 96 31 

Prophesie, r. 96 35 

Prophetesse, $h. 85 27 

Propinquitie, «^. 110 24 

Propitiatorie, «&. 105 33 

Propitiatory, adj. 107 9 

Proporcionate, v. 42 10 

Proportion, «5. 165 40 

Proppe, %h. 169 4 

Proppe, t?. 169 19 

Propre, adj. 83 29 

Propretie, «i. property, 110 23 

Propugne, r. to defend, 184 39 

Proroge, t?. to prorogue, 157 45 

Proscribe, v. 113 39 

Prose, %h. 221 44 

Prosecute, t?. 196 19 

Prospect, il. 47 84 

Prospecte, t^. to foresee, 47 45 

Prosper, v. 78 42 

Prosperitie, «J. 110 25 

Prosperouse, adj. 227 34 

Prostrate, adj. 39 42 

Protect, V. 47 46 

Protest, V. 92 30 

Protract, v. 6 28 

Proude, adj. 217 4 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Pronfe, sh. a proof^ 


OOL. 1 

217 


11 


Proufe, V. to prove, 


217 


13 


Proule, to, for fishe, 


218 


22 


Proule, to, for licbes, 


218 


23 


Provende, sh, provender. 


65 


1 


Provender, sh. 


80 


17 


Proverbiall, adj. 


15 


11 


Provident, adf. 


69 


7 


Provinciall, aifr. 


15 


12 


Proviso, sh. a proviso, 


148 


7 


Provocate, v. to provoke 


. 41 


5 


Provoke, r. 


159 


47 


Prudence, sh. 


63 


35 


Prudent, atff- 


67 


17 


Prune, sh. 


189 


29 


Pryme, sh, golden number, 1 32 


25 


Pryme, sh. spring. 


132 


26 


Psalm, sh. 


16 


20 


Psalmiflte, $b. 


147 


19 


Psalter, sh. 


74 


29 


Ptysan, sh. barley broth, 


20 


37 


"Tywui, a drinke. tiMmne."— Po/r- 


^Tmv. 






Publicane, sh. 


19 


17 


Publicke, adj. 


121 


37 


Publike, adf. 


122 


45 


Publike, V. to publish, 


122 


37 


Publish, r. 


144 


37 


Puddel, sh. 


56 


46 


Puddin, sh. 


134 


16 


Pudding, sh. 


136 


27 


Puet, sh. bird. 


87 


34 


"Upnpa. aUrdcaUed an 


houp, 4 


yr BB 


8ome, a lapwing, a pueV—Ains' 
worth. 


Puffe, V, to blow. 


184 


4 


Puffeof wind, sh. 


183 


39 


Puissant, adj. powerful, 


26 


9 


Puit, sh. bird. 


149 


36 


PuUet, sh. 


(87 
88 


9 
14 


Pullie, sh. 


99 


33 


Pulpit, sh. 


149 


44 


Pulse, sh. legummy 


187 


34 


Pumish, V. 


144 


29 



COL. UMK. 



Pumishe, sh. pumice, 144 8 

*• A pamjwdie. hec pnmex."— Ca/lA. 
Anjs, 

" A punush stone naed to make parch- 
ment smooth. pvaaei.,**—Bar£t. 

Punche, sh. a puncture, 189 1 
Punche, v. to prick, 189 2 

** Prikkyn, or pnnohyn, as men doth 
beestis. pungo." — Prompt. Parv. 

Punish,!^. 144 42 
Punnishment, sh. 68 4 
Puppiet, sh. 87 17 
Purpil, sh, purple, 125 35 
Pupil, sh. a pupil, 125 36 
Pursif, adj. pursy, short- 
winded, 117 39 
Purchase, v. 37 1 
Pure, adj. 192 8 
Purfle, sh. a hem, 190 42 

"Pnrfyie of a clothe (purfoyl)."— 
Prompt. Paiv. 

"A collar, or onoh abont a womans 
neoke; a gard, border, or purfle 
abont a garment*' — Baret. 

153 38 

105 34 

190 46 
98 11 

no 26 

191 26 
222 6 
222 12 
191 32 
191 36 

95 17 
108 37 



Purgative, 

Pui^atorie, sh. 

Purge, v. 

Purifye, r. 

Puritle, sh. 

Purple, sh. 

Purpose, sh. 

Purpose, V. 

Purse, sh. 

Purse, V. imhursaref 

Pursew, V. to pursue, 

Pursy, aid. short-winded, 

*'A pnrsie man, or that fetcheth his 
breath often, as it were almost 
windlesse. "—Bartt, 

Purslane, sh. a herb, 19 18 

"Purslane hath a binding power; 
being chawed in the month, it 
helpeth teeth that be on edge, and 
taken in sallets asswageth heate of 
the stomach."— i9af^. 



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327 



COL. umi 

Porsnety sh. a purse, 87 27 

*' A paraenet, because it is a pune like 
a net." — Minsheu, 

Portenance, %h. 22 4 

Poryeyance, lib, 22 5 

Purveyghe, v. to purvey, 198 6 
Pushe, fib. a pustule, 193 36 
**A little swelling like a bladder or 
push, that riBeth in bread when it 
u baked."— ^ar^. 
*'*• A push, a little wheale.*' — Minsheu, 
Pushe, V. 193 47 

Putnfective, aij. putre- 
factive, 153 39 
Putrifye, t;. 98 12 
Putte, v. 195 22 
Puttocke, %l, a kite, 159 2 
"Puttok, bryd. milvns."— Pr^wi/^. 
Parv. 

Pybble stone, %h, 125 

Pye, hh, bird, 102 

Pye, %b, meat pie, 102 

Pyloher, 9b. a pilchard, 74 

Pynnage, %b, a pound, 1 1 

** Pynnage of cattell or powndage. in- 
clnsio."— /r«/<wr. 

Pynner, «6. a pinder, 72 

'* Pynner or empouuder of cattell, 
dnsor.**— //«Av/. 

Pynsil, fib, a pencil, 125 



27 
46 
47 
37 
26 



29 



Pype, %b, a pipe, 141 



32 
38 



Quadrangil, fib. 128 42 

Quadrangle, fib. 24 9 

Quadrate, v. 39 37 

Quadripartite, adj. 151 43 

Qua£fe, 9. 9 22 

Quake, v. 12 19 

Qualitie, fib. 110 28 

Quantity, «&. 110 27 

Quarel, fib. 56 47 

Quarel, r. 57 38 

Quarfe, fib. a wharf, 31 21 

Quarry, fib. 105 35 

Quartayne fever, fh. 201 23 

Quarter, fib. 74 14 



OOL. LINK. 

Quasse, v. to quaff, 34 37 

"The law of quassing.*'— C4a/(W«^, 
quot. by Nares, 

Quaver, fib. 76 18 

Quaver, to, a note, 78 43 

Quayle, fib, a bird, 198 34 

Quayle, r. to grow cool, 199 3 

Quayre, fib. a quire, 202 39 

•* Qnayer. qnatemns." — Prompt Parv. 
(see note). 

Quaynte, adj. 202 28 

Queale, sb. a blister, 207 18 

Queane, sb, a strumpet, 208 32 

Quear of paper, A. a 

quire, 209 28 

Queeme, 9b, equal, 60 15 

Queene, 9b, 69 30 

Quel, V. 65 7 

Quench, v. 64 33 

Quentise, 9b, manner, 148 10 

**And ]?at sal be thorgh ]?e devels 
quayntis.*' 

-'HampoWs P, ofC. 1. 4327. 

Querister, 9b. a chorister, 80 18 

" Qoerister. chorista." — Prompt Pat v. 
(see note). 



Quest, 9b. 
Question, 9b. 
Questioniste, 9b. 
Questor, 9b. 
Questorship, 9b. 
Quick, adj. 

Quicken, 9. to enliven. 
Quicksilver, 9b. 

Quiet, adj. 

Quil, 9b. pen, 
Quilome, adv. sometime. 

AS. hwihimf 
Quilt, 9b. 
Quip, V. to whip, 
Quippe, 9b. a whip. 
Quit, V, 
Quiver, 9b, 
Quiver, v. 



91 
165 
147 
170 
141 
120 
61 
80 
(87 
(93 
123 



162 
130 
140 
140 
149 
76 
bi 



45 
41 
18 
36 
5 
35 
29 
19 
28 
38 
23 

21 
24 
23 
13 
15 
20 



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328 



TMDEX OP ENGLISH WORDS. 



coIm luck. 

Quoyn, a printer's, »b. a 

wedge, 215 17 

Quyte, V. 151 12 

Rabbatte, 9b. a rabbit, 37 31 
Rabn, 9h. a train, 124 30 

Eable, «&. a train, 1 41 

** In lang ordonre and rabU." - 
Douglas, 

" jkooording to a rabU of Trie tradi- 
tions.'' — Pollock^ quot. hyyaf/Mson. 

Rablement, sh. 68 5 

Bace, sb. 6 42 

Race, V, 7 5 

Eacer, »b. 72 45 

Eackat, »b. a net, 37 34 

•*A raobet or racket reticulum."— 
Afinsheu, 

Racke, sb, for a oroesbow, 5 16 

Racke, «5. for fodder, 5 18 

Racke, v, 5 31 

Racket, 9b. a net, 88 17 

Radde,a<^'. ready. AS.rflrf, 7 41 

Radish, 9b. root, 144 9 

Rafter, 9b. 76 22 

Rage, V. 10 44 

Ragge, 9b. 10 11 

Ragged, o^r*. 49 22 

Ragged, adj, patched, 49 2 

Ragmanrew, 9b. a row, 95 2 

Ragworte, 9b. herb, 173 29 

Rake, 9b. 12 12 

Rake, t^. 12 20 

Rakehell, «J. 57 21 

Rakyl, adj. rascally, 129 8 

*< A rakel bond, tb do so foule a mia." 
-^Chaucer, The Mandpl/s Tale. 

Rambe, 9b, a ram, 18 27 

Rambe, v. to hurry, to 

take by violence, 18 39 

Rammer, 9b. 74 21 

** Bammer to dryre or ramme stakes or 
pylos. MfXCA.^—Ifu/aet, 

RammiBh, adj. stinking, 145 45 
'' Rammi^hpesse or rancknesse of 
xuunBtif V, ^^nsheu. 



OOL. LIKK. 

Ramper, 9b. remexy 76 23 

Ranee of ginger, #J. a piece, 21 8 

Rancor, 9b. 170 38 

Randon, 9b. a race, 164 20 

^'Rydes one a rawndoune and bis 
rayke boldes." 

—MorU Arthurey 1. 2986. 

Rank of things, 9b, 24 21 

Ranke, adj. thick, crowded, 24 27 

Ranke smell, 9b. 24 28 

Rankill, v. to rankle, 128 3 

Rankle, v, to rot, 24 34 

Ransome, 9b. 161 42 

Ransome, t?. 162 15 

Rape, 9b, a root, 26 27 

"Rape, an berbe. mavette."— /Wj- 
gfove. 
Rape, 9b. a robbery, a 

ravishing, 26 26 

Rape, V, to ravish, 26 34 

Rapier, 9b. 76 24 

Rappe, 9b. 27 5 

Rappe, V, 27 16 

Rare, adj. 28 29 

Rarely, ado. 101 19 

Rascall, 9b. 13 12 

Rase, 9b. a race, 36 40 

Eashe, a^. 35 12 

Raskle, v. pandiculari, 35 26 

Rasor, 9b, a razor, 170 39 

Ratchet, 9b, 88 21 

Rate, V. 39 18 

Ratifye, v. 98 13 

Ratte, 9b, rat, * 37 13 

Rattil, V. to ratde, 127 33 

Rattle, 9b. 38 25 

Rattle, V. 38 34 

Raught, part. | ^^ 3 

Rave, V. 42 39 

Raven, 9b. 61 5 

Ravener, 9b. 80 20 

Ravenie, 9b, rapine, 102 22 
" Raveyne. rapina, spolinm.*' Prorn^. 

Parv. 
** Ravenye, rape, or inordinate gettyng^ . 
rapina.*' — J/uUef. 



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329 



COU LINK. 

Kavenotise, adf. 227 35 

Bayish, v. 144 23 

Bavishmente, $b. 68 6 

Bawe, Mh'. 45 41 

^AJge, 90. rage, 19? 44 

Bayke^ sh, a path, 198 17 

** In )»e raike of ]>e furihe tbey riglitene 
theire brenys." 

—Mofif Artkure, L 1525. 

Bayke, r. to walk, 198 19 

*' And thane he raykes to >e rowte." 
^Morte Aftkure^ 1. 2985. 

Bayle, %l. bird, 198 35 

*'A rayle. bic glebarins, ayis est"— 
Cath, Ang, 

Bayle, bI. a perch, 198 36 

Bayle, v. to rail, 199 4 

Bayl for a woman, $b. a 

kerchief, 198 37 

*' Bayle for a woman, amietorium.*'— 

Huioft. 
" Bayle for a womans neeke." — Pals* 
grave* 

Bayle of a pale, $b. 198 38 

Bayler, sh. 74 5 

Bayment, sh, 66 38 

Bayne, sb. rain, 200 8 

Bayne, t^. to rain, 200 26 

Baynge, to, abrode, 202 15 

Baynge, to, a place, 202 16 

Baynye, adj. rainy, 102. 36, 37 

Bayse, v, to raise, 203 17 

Baysnre, «&.« razor, 192 29 

Bayt, r. to rate, scold, 204 2 

Bazer, 9h. 75 11 

Beaohe, »h 205 10 

Beaohe, r. 205 15 

Bead, a^\ red, 206 3 

Beadest, thou, 93 1 

Beadshanke, $b. bird, 24 36 

Beady, adf. 97 26 

Beall, adj. 13 31 

Beame, $h, of paper, 60 12 

Beapable, adj, 2 30 

Beape, v. 209 3 

Beare, adj. 210 2 



COL. UXK. 

Beare, r. 209 38 

Beason, sh. 164 21 

Beason, v. 164 47 

Beasonable, a^\ 4 6 

Beave, v. 213 37 

Bebeke, 9h a fiddle or 

goitar, 54 34 
fidicula."— 



''Bebecke or gytteme. 
ffuioO. 



Bebel, $1. 57 1 

Bebell,r. 57 39 

Bebokefol, iM^'. 187 21 

Becant, v. 25 31 
Beceit in warre, sh, a 

retreat, 204 9 

*^ Baymounde aayde go forth, tary we 
not behynd, 
Ynto 8om reoeit nye the wodes lynde." 
^Partenay^ ed. Skiot^ IL 158-9. 

204 8 

204 19 

88 32 

151 33 

61 30 

91 12 

18 14 

199 39 

22 23 

148 23 

65 22 

64 8 

64 15 

131 15 

171 18 

171 21 

224 37 

83 24 

215 5 

215 11 

25 17 



Beceyt, $b,j^ receipt, 
Beceyve, v. 
Beche, r . to reaoh, 
Becite, v, 
Becken, v* 
Becklease, ai{j, 
Bedame, v. to reclaim, 
Bedayme, r. 
Becognisance, 9h» 
Becognise, v. 
Becommend, i^. 
Becompence, sh. 
Becompenoe, v. 
Beconoile, i^. 
Becorde, »h 
Becorde, r. 
Beconrse, 9h. 
Becover, r. 
Becoyle, tib. 
Becoyle, r. 
Becreant, tib. 
Becreate, v. 
Becuperable, adj, 
Bedbrest, sh. bird, 
Bedde, a^i- red, 
Bedde, part, read, 
Bedde, had, — read. 



41 
4 



92 17 

48 39 

48 40 

51 20 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Redoy 9b. a reed, 
Bedeme, v. 
Kedeth, he, 
Hedoond, v. 
Eedresse, »b. 
Eedresse, r. 
Kedace, v. 
Beduceable, adj. 
Beduplicate, v. 
Bedstarte, sh. bird, 

<*Redstert, or red-taile. r 
munuUe."— Cotgrave, 

Beede, v. to read, 

Beek of fyer, %h. smoke. 
A.8. rek, 

Beele, «6. Mhrum^ 

Beele, v, to stagger, 

Beeve, bI, 

Befect, r. to refresh, 

Beirayne, v. 

Befreshe, t^. 

Befte, pwrt. snatched, 

Befasable, aij. 

Befhsall, %l, 

Befuse, %h, 

Befuse, r. 

Begall, a<^'. 

Begarde, %h, 

Begarde, r. 

Begenerate, r. 

Begester, 9. 

Begion, tih. 

Begulare, a<{f . 

Behersall, «3- 

Beherse, v. 

Beiterate, v, 

Beject, V. 

Bejoyne, v. 

Bejoyse, r. 

Beke of hay, %h. a hay- 
rick, 

Belation, %b. 

Belative, %h. 

Beleefe, ih. 

Beleefe, v. 

Belent, v. 



COL. 

52 


12 


60 


23 


89 


4 


221 


10 


85 


36 


90 


23 


182 


17 


4 


7 


42 


13 


83 


41 


wignol de 


52 


26 


54 


24 


59 


22 


59 


30 


90 


5 


47 


47 


201 


41 


91 


36 


52 


47 


4 


8 


15 


13 


194 


46 


195 


7 


18 


82 


30 


38 


31 


7 


42 


11 


83 


25 


165 


42 


29 


7 


15 


14 


82 


25 


42 


12 


48 


1 


215 


24 


216 


7 


54 


23 


166 


21 


153 


3 


58 


13 


53 


15 


67 


8 



Beleve, r. 


COL. 

90 


LWX. 

14 


Beligion, %b. 


165 


48 


Beligiouse, aij. 


227 


36 


Belinqoish, r. 


144 


38 


Bemanent, «5. 


68 


8 


Bemayn, t?. redundare, 


201 


46 


Bemayne, v. to abide, 


201 


45 


Bemediable, adf. 


4 


9 


Bemedie, »b. 


96 


46 


Bemedie, v. 


97 


9 


Bemembrance, »b. 


22 


6 


Bemnant, »b. 


25 


18 


BemooTe, v. 


179 


14 


Bemorse, sb. 


172 


46 


Bemovable, adf. 


4 


10 


Benate, adf, renewed, 


39 


43 


**To be renated, as to be borne a new 


man to god by baptisme 


:'-^Huio€t, 


Bender, v. 


78 


46 


Benet, ab. for cheese, 


86 


40 


Benew, v. 


95 


19 


Benoume, sb. renown, 


219 


39 


Benounce, v. 


220 


27 


Benoone, sb. 


220 


18 


Bent, sb. 


66 


5 


Bent, adf. 


66 


17 


Bent, V, to rend, 


66 


11 


Beparable, at^'. 


4 


11 


Bepayre, v. 


203 


5 


Bepeale, v. 


207 


42 


Bepeate, v. 


212 


35 


Bepell, V. 


57 


40 


Bepent, v, # 


67 


9 


Bepentance, sb. 


22 


7 


Bepentant, adf. 


26 


10 


Bepete, v. to repeat, 


89 


24 


Beplenish, v. 


144 


39 


Beplete, adf. 


89 


28 


Beplete, v. to replenish. 


89 


23 


Beplevie, sb. a redemp- 






tion, 


112 


37 


Beplevie, v. to redeem a 






pledge, 


112 


40 


Beplicate, v. to unfold. 


41 


8 


Beplye, v. 


99 


3d 


Beport, V, 


173 


39 



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INDEX OF EKOLISH WOBDS. 



331 



Beporte, eh. ramoury 


178 


80 


Bespet, %l. respect, 


87 


80 


Repoee, r. 


222 


18 


Bespet, r. to respect. 


98 


83 


Bepositorie, »h» 


105 


86 


Best,«&. 


91 


46 


Reprehend, v. 


65 


24 


Best, r. 


92 


5 


Bepresse, r. 


90 


24 


Bestitute, v. 


196 


17 


Beproch, »h. 


155 


16 


Bestore, v. 


174 


86 


Beproch, v. 


155 


20 


Bestrayut, #*. 


202 


26 


Beprochefol, adf. 


187 


16 


Bestreyne, r. 


201 


81 


Beproove, r. 


179 


15 


Besulte, !?. 


187 


48 


Bepudiate, v. 


42 


14 


Besume, v. 


188 


19 


Bepugnance, »b. 


22 


8 


Besurrection, %h. 


165 


44 


Bepagne, r. to resiBt, 


184 


88 


Beteyne, to, to one, 


201 


85 


Beptdfle, sh. 


187 


86 


Beteyner, il. 


80 


21 


Beputate, r. to reputei 


41 


9 


Beteynership, %h. 


141 


6 


Bepute, V. 


196 


22 


Bethor, %b. a rhetorician 


,170 


82 


Bequest, 9h. 


92 


18 


Bethoricall, adj. 


15 


15 


Bequire, v. 


148 


17 


Bethorick, zh. 


121 


9 


Bequite, v. 


151 


84 


Betract, v. 


6 


26 


Bere, adj. fresh. A.S. 






Betracte, %h. a retraction, 6 


21 


hrere, 


84 


18 


Betreit in war, %l. a re- 






" Here or nesche, as eggyt 


. mollia."— 


foge, 


204 


10 


Prompt, Parv, (see note). 




<«Betr6yt in battayL i 


reoeptofl 


."— 


Beremoose, %b. a hat. A.S. 








hrwe-mw^ 


225 


11 


'<A retrait in battell, a 


retiring, a 


*< ReremowBe, or backe whicbe flyeth 


place of aocoonr." — Baret. 




in the darcke. nycteria, 
Hulod. 

Berewarde, %b. 
Bescew, r. to rescue, 


TeapertiHo." 


Betreyte, v, to retreat, 


204 


12 


30 
95 


87 
18 


Betrive, «. 
Betume, t^. 
Beveale. 0. 


158 
191 
207 


11 
20 
48 


BesembU, v. to resemble, 127 


88 


Bevel, tib. 


57 


2 


Besemble, f?. 


60 


9 


Beyell, v. 


57 


41 


Beseiye, r. 


88 


14 


Bevelation, 9h. 


166 


22 


Besh, il, a rush, 


91 


80 


Bevenew, %h. 


95 


6 


•< Mine hamees helped me 


not a reah." 


Bevenge, r. 


65 


85 


—-Sir Egeir^ quot by Jamieson, 


Beverberate, v. 


42 


15 


Besidence, bI. 


64 


9 


Beverence, %h. 


64 


11 


Besident, aij. 


69 


8 


Beverence, r. 


64 


16 


Besidew, %h. 


95 


5 


Beverende, adj. 


65 


8 


Besigne, t^. 


120 


8 


Beverent, adA. 
Beversion, %b. 


69 


9 


Besiste, v. 


147 


27 


165 


45 


Besistence, bI. 


64 


10 


Beret, 9b. a rivet. 


88 


7 


Beskew, il. a retreat. 


95 


8 


Bevette, %b. a rivet, 


87 


6 


Besorte, %h. 


178 


81 


Bevile, r. 


181 


16 


Besorte, v. 


178 


40 


Bevive, 1^. 


158 


12 


Bespeot, %h. 


47 


85 


Bevocate, r. to revoke. 


41 


10 


Bespeot, r. 


48 


2 


Bevoke, v. 


160 


1 



15 



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INDEX OP ENGLISH WORDS. 



BeTolutioQi sb. 


COL. LtKB. 

166 23 


Kewarde, sh. 


30 89 


Bewarde, v. 


31 6 


Bewe, sh. a row, 


94 17 



" A rew (or rank), rang."— Cotgrave. 

Rewe, %l, rue, herb, 94 18 

Eewe, r. to rue, 94 27 

Rewle, ih, a rule, 95 40 

Kewle, V. to rule, 95 42 

Rewme, ib, rheam, 95 47 

Aewth, Bh. rath, 96 4 

Rowthftd, ai^. ruthfiil, 187 22 

Bibbe, «i. a rib, 113 14 

Bibble, %b, the river, 113 23 

Bibgrasse, %b. the plantain, 34 42 

Bibwort, fib. herb, 173 32 

Bice, #3. 114 33 

Biche, a<^'. 115 31 

Bidde, V. to free, 116 7 

Biddle, %b. a sieye, 116 19 

" Bydyl, of corn denspge (ridil for 

wynwyn of corne). cribnun." — 

Prompt, Pafv. 
" A rydelie ubi a syfe."— Ca/>l. Ang. 
'* Biddle whiche hnsbande men use to 

dreoe or trimmecome with, ranntu." 

Huloet. 

Biddle, Bb. prohlemay 116 20 

Biddle, r. to sift, 116 23 

Bidge bone, «3. 116 34 

Bidge of a house, ib, 116 35 

Bidge of ground, sb, 116 36 

Bidle, sb, problma, 124 43 

Bidle, to sift, 128 13 

Biet, sb. riot, 87 29 

Bifil, V. to rifle, 127 34 

Bifraffe, sb. 9 25 

Bift, «3. a rent, 118 8 

Bift, #3. a belch, 118 9 

Bift, r. to belch, 118 14 
Big of a house, sb. top or 

ridge, 118 42 
Big of a beaste, sb, the 

back. A.8. hric^, 118 43 

" That on his rig before tymes lay." — 

Dmglais Virgil, quot by Jamieson, 



COL. LDcr. 



Bigge of land, «&. 118 41 

^igg©> ^* to wanton, 119 6 
Biggish, a^. licentious, 145 38 

<^ . . . That the holy prieets 
Bless her when she is riggish." 

—Antony 6r» CtS^m, ii. 2. 

Bight, «5. 119 22 

Right, r. 119 32 

Bight way, tf<fr. 197 11 

Bighteouse, adf. 227 37 

Bightly, adv, 100 43 

Bightwyse, 148 29 

Bigor, sb. 170 40 

Bigorouse, adj\ 227 38 

Bigwith, sb. dorsuaUs, 150 32 

*' Bigwiddie ; the rope or chain that 
crosses the back of a horse, when he 
is yoked in a cart, by which the 
shara are supported." — Jamieson, 

Bince, v. to rinse, wash, 134 39 

Binde of bark, ^. 135 1 

Bing, sb. 135 24 

Bingleader, sb. 80 23 

Bingpigger, sb. a drunkard, 80 22 

Bingtayle, sb. a hawk, 199 18 

"A ringtaile hauke. pygargus,"— 
Baret. 

Bingworme, sb. 172 9 

Biotte, sb. a riot, 177 9 

Biotte, V. 177 17 

Biottouse, adj. 226 27 

Bip, V. 140 24 

Bipe, V. to ripen, 141 44 

"Bypyn or begynne to rype. matu- 
resco." — Prompt. Parv. 

128 



Bipple, r. to rip up, 
Rise,.. j»} 



19 
44 
42 

Bisen, j»ar<. • 62 26 

Bish, sb. a rush, 143 42 

'* Bysche or msohe. cirpus, juncua." 
— Prompt. Parv. 

Bive, V. to tear, 152 88 

Biven, pa/rt. 62 25 

Bobberye, sb. 105 38 



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333 



OOL. LTKB. 



Bobe, ih 155 7 
Bochet, sh. a roaoh^ 87 19 
Booke, »b. 158 25 
Bocke of stone, ih. 158 29 
Bocky, adf. 99 5 
Bodde, ih. a scourge, 155 29 
Bodder, sb. a rudder, 73 43 
Bode in warre, sh. a com- 
pany of horsemen, 156 21 
Boder, »h. a rudder, 76 27 

** Roder, or sterae of a tbyppe. anqni- 
romagiiB." — Huioet. 

Boe buck, %h. 154 12 

Boe doe, ih. 154 13 

Boge, fib. a rogue, 157 46 

Boge, V, to tramp, 157 47 

Bokat, «J. herb, 37 32 
Boke, y« here, #i. the 

hoar frost, 160 2 
BoUer, «3. 73 8 
Bomane, *5. 19 46 
Bomaner, %h, an inhabi- 
tant of Bome, 84 6 
Bomish, adj, 145 36 
Bond, to, tiie nayls, — to 

pare the nails, 220 46 

Boode, sb» the cross, 156 6 

Boofe of an house, %h. 157 23 

Boofe of y« mouth, %h. 1 57 24 

Booke, %b. a crow, 159 22 

Boote, 9h, a root, 178 26 

Boote, V, 178 33 

Bope, %b. 169 46 

Boper, %b, a ropemaker, 76 2^ 

"A roper, he that hangeth himselfe. 

restio." — Baret. 

<*Bopar, a ropemaker. cordier." — 

ralsgravt. 

Bore, r. to roar, 174 26 

Bosarie, %h. 105 39 

Bose, %b. 221 45 

Bosen, %h. 61 12 

Bosin, %l. 134 15 

Bosmary, %b, 105 40 

Bossy, o^'. rosy, 108 35 

Best meate, %h. 176 2 



COL. UMC. 

Boetable, a^. 2 47 

Boste, r. to roast, 176 8 

Bother of a ship, th, a 

rudder, 76 26 

Botte, %h. 176 28 

Botte, V. jm^Mtf^tf, 176 39 

Botte, I?, putrefaewey 176 40 

Botten, adj. 62 27 

Boughe, adj. 217 27 

Boume, 9h, a room, 219 36 

Bound, adj. 221 4 

Bound, V. 220 47 

Boundabout, sh. 229 1 

Boundel, sh. 57 4 
Boune,r. to whisper. A. 8. 

rumany 220 9 

" Bownynto-geder.foaarrro." Prompt. 
Parv. (see note). 

*' I roande one in the ear. je niroreille." 

— Palsgfove. 

Bouse, t3, a deare, 225 4 

Boute of men, sh. 228 24 

Boute, V. to snort, 228 37 

"Slypped upon a Blonmbe, lelepe & 
uoberande he routes." AUU.Pfems^ 
ed. Morrisy C. 186. 

Boute, V. to put to flight, 228 38 

Bove, 1^. to rob, 179 3 

Bove, to, about, 179 4 

Boving, pa/rt. 43 9 

Bowable, adj. 3 11 

Bowe, r. 179 43 

Bowel, sh. 57 3 

Bewgalye, sh. 99 34 
'<Bow barge, galey, or swyft shjppe 
which is roiiedi.**'^Huhet. 

Bowing, part. 43 13 

Boy, sh. a king, 214 9 

Boyall, aty. 13 33 
Boyle, sh. an awkward 

romping woman, 214 38 
Boyle, to, abroade, — ^to 

wander, 214 43 

Boyst, V. to rout, rob, 228 38 

<< In peace at home, they swear, stare, 
foist, roiit, fight, and jar."— 
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INDEX OF ENGLISH W0BD6. 



Bubarbe, »b. 


COL. UKK 

29 31 


Bunne, v. 


COL. 

188 


LXXK. 

85 


Eubbe, V, 


181 41 


Buskle, r. to stretch in 






Bubbel, sh. 


67 6 


yawning. 


194 


11 


Eubber, sh. 


75 7 


Busty, adj. 


111 


13 


EubbU, sh. rubble. 


126 5 


Busset, adj. 


93 


41 


Bubble, sh. 


181 46 


Buste, sh. 


194 


20 


Budder, sh. 


74 1 


Buste, V. 


194 


26 


Buddie, a^. 


97 30 


Busticall, adj. 


15 


16 


Buddocke, sh. the robin 




Busticane, sh. a rustic, 


19 


27 


redbreast. A.S. ruddue, 159 3 


Bybande, sh. a ribbon. 


23 


11 


Bude, adf. 


183 30 


Bybaudiy, sh. ribaldry. 


105 


87 


Buffe, sh. a fish, 


183 40 


Byde, v. to ride, 


117 


9 


" Buffe. fyscbe. ■parroB.' 


'—Prompt. 


Byfe, adj ready, 
Byght, adj. right, 


118 


24 


/'tffV. 




119 


35 


Buffe of a candle, sh. 


183 44 


Byme, v. to rhime, 


132 


34 


"Euffe, candel. hiraept, 


ftrnale."- 


Byrne, sh. a rhime. 


132 


27 


Prompt. Parv. (see note). 


Bype, ad4. ripe, 
Byver, sb. a river. 


141 


45 


Buffe of a house, sb. the 




76 


21 


roof. 


183 42 








"Euffe of an howB.'*— Prompt. Parv. 


Sabbotte, sh. the sabbath, 177 


10 


Buffe of a shirt, sh. 


183 41 


"Sabbotdaye. sabbatnm.' 


'--Huloet. 


Buffian, sh. 


19 19 


Sabil, sh. appendix^ 


126 


9 


Buffil, r. to ruffle. 


127 27 


Sacietie, sh. satiety. 


110 


29 


Buffle, to, the heare. 


184 14 


Sacke, sh. 


5 


19 


Buffle, to, as roisters. 


184 15 


Sacrament, sh. 


68 


10 


** One fit to bandy with thy lawlen aona, 


Sacramentall, a^. 


15 


17 


To raffle in the commonwealth of 


Sacrifice, sh. 


115 


3 


Rome."— 7*ft*f Andronkus, i. 2. 


Sacrifice, v. 


115 


23 


Buffler, sh. 


76 32 


Sacrilege, sh. 


54 


1 


Bugged, adj. 


49 19 


Saddle, sh. 


8 


16 


Buine, sh. 


139 39 


Sadde, adj. 


7 


42 


Buinouse, ai^. 


227 39 


Saddil, sh. a saddle, 


125 


87 


Bumbil, V. to rumble. 


127 12 


Saddle, to, an horse. 


8 


19 


Bumble, v. 


188 23 


Sadil, V. to saddle. 


127 


36 


Bumor, sh". 


170 30 


Sadie or sadil. 


129 


33 


Bunagate, sh. a renegade 


, 40 6 


Safe, adj. 
Safe, adj. sure. 


9 


43 


<<Bannagate or rebell, whyche for- 


9 


44 


saketh allegiaunce or 


profession. 


Saf&on, sh. 


164 


22 


apoBtita."— ^«^rf. 




Sagacitie, sh. 


110 


30 


Bundlet, sh. a small 




Sale, sh. 


17 


8 


barrel. 


87 14 


Sallet, sh. 


93 


17 


"Rundelet, or lytle pot 


orcula."— 


Salowe tree, sh. 


180 


34 


^Huloet. 




<*The sallow tree, the goats willow 


"Roundlet is a certaine 


measure of 


tree.** — Minshtu* 






wine, oyle, &c.,contaiuiii 


eeifirhteene 








gallons and a \aSd^:^^MimheM, 


Salte, sh. 


16 


34 



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IKDEX or ENOUSH WOKDS. 



336 



Suite, r. 


16 


uinc. 
39 


Salter, sh. 


74 


30 


SaltiRh, adf. 


146 


46 


Salute, V. 


196 


23 


Salvation, th. 


166 


46 


Same, the, 


17 


47 


Same, this, 


18 


1 


Same, thal^ 


18 


2 


Samon, ah. a salmon, 


164 


23 


Sanct, sh. a saint, 


24 


44 


Sanctifie, v. 


98 


14 


Sandblinde, iUy. 


136 


16 


Sande, $h. 


22 


43 


Sandie, adf. 


97 


32 


Sapience, th. 


(64 
65 


12 
46 


Sapiente, adf. 


69 


11 


Sappe, 9h. 


27 


7 


Satiable, adf. 


{' 


30 
13 


Satiate, v. 


41 


11 


Satisfactory, at^. 


107 


10 


Satiafye, v. 


98 


16 


Saturable, atff. 


4 


14 


Saturate, r. 


41 


12 


Saucer, th. 


76 


28 


Sander, ih. solder, 


76 


29 


Sause, 9h. 


44 


43 


Sause, V. 


44 


46 


Qanaedfpart. 


49 


29 


Sausy, adf. 


108 


38 


Save, V. 


42 


40 


Savegaide, ih. 


30 


41 


Saver, v. eonferruminare 


, 78 


47 


Saverye, ih. herb. 


106 


41 



**SaTery berbe. cimila capitata,"— 

Savine, ih. herb, 139 37 

Saving, part. 48 8 

Savioure, ih. 223 26 

Savory, ad^. 107 1 1 

Savoure, v. 223 40 

Sawe, to, come, — to sow, 46 34 

<<To8awe. tewre."— C<(i/>4, Ang. 

Sawe, to, wood, 46 36 



Sawen, pofrt. sown, 



62 28 



Sawing, pa/rt. 
Sayd, pofrt. 
Sayle, ih. a sail, 
Sayle, t;. to sail, 
Sayleable, adj. 
Scab, ih. icadtes, 
Scab, ih. prurituSf 



43 12 

197 36 

198 39 

199 6 
2 16 
1 19 
1 20 



"Scabbe wyth ytchyng. pmritas.**— 

Scab, ih. disease of sheep, 1 22 

« Scabbe amongsbepe called the pookes. 

mentigo.**— /r«^4E?«/. 

Scabarde, «3. 30 43 

Scabiouse, ih. 226 12 

Scache, ih. a crutch, 6 44 

••Scatches or stilts. gralbB.**— i<i>w- 

ItHfttA, 



Scaffould, ih. 
Scant, adf. 

Scarlet, adf. 

Scarre, ih. 
Scate, ih. the fish, 



219 10 

26 7 

(87 31 

(93 40 

29 7 

89 11 



Scathe, ih. hurt. A.S. f 38 44 
ioa}0, t39 22 

« Offense, offence, hnrt, acath, barm, 

wrong, Ac'^—Cctgrave. 
"Scatbe domage. dammaige." — Pa/s- 

grave* 
Scathe, r. to hurt, 39 21 

" To scathe, or hnrt, ^ Belg. schaed, 

Scatheful, adj. hurtftd, 186 2 

Scatter, v. 77 36 

Scaule, ih. the scab, 43 44 

«A scab, or scabbednesse, a scall. 

scabies."— ^«/arf. 

Scaule, ih. a scdd, 43 46 

Scaule, r. to scold, 44 2 

Scholer, ih. 73 6 

Schoole, r. 161 14 

Scisme, ih. 146 24 

o , ^ 1 ( 74 9 

Sclander, ih. | yg 3^ 

Sclander, v. 79 1 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WOBJM. 



OOL. LOIB. 

SooeiMn, 9h. a scatoheiii 61 IS 
''Sfoofaen, a badge. «eii«on." — 

Scof!6,«J.ajest, jJJJ ^J 

fiooler, sh. 76 30 

Sconoe, sh. a lantoft, 166 38 
^ A iOQQM or little lanteme/*— i9an!f. 

Booole, $h. 8ohool| 161 6 

Score, th. twenty, 174 18 

Soore, r. to ootdi, 174 27 

Soorel, sh. a squiirel, 67 6 

Soorne, sh. 172 20 

Soorne, v. 172 21 

Soornfbl, a^\ 187 17 

Scorpion, sb. 166 1 

Scot, sh. 176 29 

Sootcheman, sh. 21 3 

Scotland, sh. 23 12 

Scould, sh. a scold, 218 41 

Sconld, V. to scold, 219 1 

Scoole, sh. a scold, 218 15 

Sconle, V. to scold, 218 24 

Secure, «. 222 31 

Scourge, sh. 224 21 

Scourge, v. 224 24 

Scraper, sh. 76 33 

Scratche, v. 38 16 

Scratte, v. to scratch, 37 22 

"Scrattyn, or soratohyn (cratohyn)." 
— Prompt. Pa»v. 

Screake, t;. sersare^ 207 2 

Screene, sh. 69 31 

Scribe, «^. 113 34 

Serine, sh. a skreen or 

shrine 139 12 

Scripture, sh. 192 47 

Scrowe, sh. a scroll 179 29 

" Sorow, paper, or tables wberin the 

tenne preoeptee ben written, phile- 

teria. Sacn screw did the pbariseis 

me to weare.*' — Hulod. 

Scrupple, sh. a doubt, 190 5 

Scmpulouse, aif. 227 40 
Scuddle, r. to run with 

haste, 188 1 



COL. USB. 

Scugge, r. namm-s, 184 27 

Scul, sh. 186 21 

Sculler, sh. 76 34 

Scullion, sh. 166 2 

Scurfe, $h. itch, 190 37 

'' Galle. a galling, fretting, itching of 

the akin, a drj scab or scurf. — 
Cotgrave, 

<< A scurfe, or icabbe."— ^i>(x>iM. 

Scurff of the head, $h. 190 36 

Scuttle, sh. 195 39 

Sea,i^. 204 25 

Seale, sh. 6sh, 207 19 

Scale, $h. signet, 207 21 

Scale, V. signare^ 207 32 

Sealeable, adj. 2. 27 

Seame, sh. 208 15 

Searche, sh. • 210 9 

Searse, v. to search, 211 8 

Seasin, sh. possession, 134 17 

<* State, possession, or smin of land 
taken t>7 the hjn.^-'/fM/aee. 

Season, sh. 168 24 

Season, v. 165 1 

Seate, sh. 212 17 

Seclude, v. 183 29 

Seconde, sh. 166 48 

Secretarie, sh. 105 46 

Secrete, sh. 89 30 

Secrete, a^; (qS 89 

Scctarie, sh. 105 43 

Secte, sh. 47 29 

Seculare, adf. 29 8 

Secundaiie, sh. 105 42 

Secure, adf. 193 21 

Sedition, sh. 166 3 

Seditiouse, oi^'. 227 41 

Seduce, v. 182 18 

See, V. 46 29 

Seede, sh. 52 13 

Seefe, adj. a sieve, 53 8 

Seeke, adj. sick, 54 SO 

Seeke, v. 54 32 

Seenie, v. 60 18 

Seeth, v.neHi. 89 40 




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387 



COL. UKB. 

Seethe, v,ac6, 89 41 

Sefte, adf. sifted, 53 1 

Sege, sh. a siege, 53 47 

Sejoume, v. 224 31 

Sel, V. 55 8 

Selde, adv> seldom, 58 11 

" Selde, or not often, parons." — Htdoet, 
Seldome, ad/v, 162 20 

Selfe, "Imyselfe," 58 17 

, " thou thy selfe,*' 58 18 

, "hehimselfe," 58 19 

, " we oure selfe," 58 20 

, " ye your selfe," 58 21 

, " they themselfe," 58 22 

Selfegreene, bI, herb, 69 43 

*' TluB plante is alwaies Greene, neither 
is it hurt hy the colde in winter, 
growing in his native soile, where- 
upon it is named 'aci(i6ov and 
semperuiuum, or sengreene/' — 
GerariUs Herbal, 1697, p. 411. 
Sembil, t?. to dissemble, 127 39 



Semblabil, adj. 


129 


23 


Semblable, adj. 


2 


18 


Semble, r. 


60 


5 


Semely, adj. 


100 


29 


Senate, %b. 


39 


31 


Senatoure, ih. 


223 


26 


Sence, a&o. since, 


63 


22 


Send, r. 


64 


43 


Senior, %h. 


170 


41 


Sensible, oAj, 


114 


6 


Sensuall, adj. 


15 


18 


Sent, pa/rt. 


66 


18 


Sentence, %b. 


63 


36 


Sententiouse, adj. 


227 


42 


Sentuarie, «3. a sanctuary, 


105 


45 


Seperable, adj. 


4 


17 


Seperato, t?. 


41 


13 


September, %}>, 


80 


24 


Sepulchre, fib. 


80 


25 


Sequele, bI. 


59 


38 


Sequester, r. 


83 


26 


Serch, tib. a search, 


81 


13 


Serchable, adj. 


2 


21 


Serche, v. to search. 


210 


10 


Seriouse, adj. 


226 


29 



OOL. LUOK 



Serly, adj. surly, 100 30 

Sermon, %h. 164 24 

Serpent, Bb. 66 39 

Serrha, interj. sirrah, 1 6 

Serse, Bb. a search, 82 20 

Serve, v. 83 8 

Servand, bI. a servant, 23 13 

Servant, bI. 25 19 

Service, to do, 115 24 

Service, bI. 115 15 

Servile, adj. 131 17 

Servisable, adj. 3 40 

Serwish, adj. imperiosuB^ 145 47 

Sessions, Bh. 164 25 

Setrack, bB. herb, 5 36 

Sette, Bh. a plant, 86 1 

Sette, V. 86 12 

Sette, jp^^. placed, 86 18 

Sette, j?ar^. planted, 86 19 

Sette, to, plantes, 86 13 

Setter, bB. poBttor, 73 4 

Settil, V. to settle, 127 41 

Seven, adf. 62 29 

Seventeene, adf, 69 40 

Seventeenth, adf. 88 41 

Seventeth, adf. 69 25 

Seventh, adf. * . 69 19 

Seventie, adf. 411 47 

Sevenyght, Bh. a week, 119 39 

Sever, v. 79 1 

Severitie, Bh. 110 33 

Severn, Bh. the river, 82 15 
Sew, to, one to the lawe, — 

to sue, 94 32 

Sewe, V. to stitch, 94 28 

Sexten, Bh. a sexton, 61 16 

Sextry, Bh. 105 47 

Shackil, Bh. a shackle, 125 39 

Shackle, Bh. 6 10 

Shadde, Bh. a fish, 7 35 

"Shadfyshe. hoon. "-^/fulogf. 

Shade we, Bh. 180 35 

Shadowe, v. 181 10 

Shaft, 9^. of a tool, 9 31 

Shaft, Bh. to shoot with, 9 82 

Shake, v. 12 21 



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INDSX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



ooL. Lurm. 

Shaken, part. 63 80 

8hale, <^. a shell, a hiuk, 17 10 

Shalme, $h. a mosioal 

instrament, 16 21 

"SchalmaaM, a pipe, ehalemetu." — 

Shamble, <^.the butchers 

shambles 18 81 

Shambles, th. 124 29 

Shame, th. 17 86 

Shame, r. 17 44 

Shamefast^ aif. 86 4 

Shameftd, adf. 187 9 

Shamelesse, atff. 91 18 

Shape, ih. a form, 26 28 

Shape, V. to form, 26 85 

Shappe, sh. a form, 27 8 

Sharde, <3. an earthen pot, 80 1 

**Sharde of a earthen pot or tyle. 
testa."— ^m/<v/. 

Share, th. a portion, 
Sharpe, adf. 
Sharpe, v. 
Shave, v. 
Shaven, part. 
Sheaf of come, sh, 
Sheafe^f arows, ah. 
Sheare, v. 
Sheares, $h.' 
Sheath, th. 
Shed, V. 
Shedable, adf. 
Shedde, part. 
Shede, v. to shed, 
Shoe, pratu 
Sheene, adf. 
Sheepe, $h, 
Sheepefould, ih. 
Sheepgarth, sh. a sheep- 
fold. 
Sheepish, adf. 
Sheete, ah. 
Sheete of paper, $h. 
Shefte, 9h. a shift, 
Shelfe, 9h. 
Shell, $h. 



28 


15 


88 


8 


88 


5 


42 


41 


62 


81 


206 


81 


206 


82 


209 


89 


209 


80 


218 


22 


48 


82 


2 


17 


48 


41 


52 


27 


46 


21 


69 


36 


70 


10 


219 


16 


84 


17 


146 


1 


89 


12 


89 


19 


58 


2 


58 


16 


55 


1 



OOU LtKB. 

Shend, r. to destroy, 64 44 

^I shende, I marre, or distroye. je 
destrajB." — PalsgrtKVt. 

Shent, part, destroyed, 
lost, 66 21 

"SchoDt, M lost eonftuni, destnuv 
tfUL^^—Ftvmpt, Patv. 

Shelp, ah. a fish, 58 84 

Shelpad, A. a tortoise, 8 8 

Sheparde, ah. 80 44 

Shepehonse, ah. 225 24 

Shepherd, ah. 81 21 

Sherife,«^. 118 21 

Shever, v. to shiver, 78 22 

Shewe, v. 94 29 

Shift, ah. a remedv, 118 8 
Shift, V. to shift m>m a 

place, 118 11 

Shift, f>. to make shift, 118 12 

Shifty, o^'. Ill 21 

Shil, aij. shriU, 124 2 

« Sohylleand scharpe. acntoB, sonoms." 
— Prompt. Parv. 

Shin, ah. 188 6 

Shine, v. 189 19 

ShingU, ah. a shin^^, 

lath, 125 41 

« Sbyngle wbyche be tjles of woode 
sucbe as cnurcbes and steples be 
coyeredwyth. scandnle."— /Tti/Mf. 

Shingil, «. to lathe, 127 48 

Ship, r, 140 27 

Shirle, aii. shrill, 124 2 

<< Bhyrle as ones Toyse is. trencbant" 
— Palsgrave. 

Shive, V. shiver, 152 89 

Shive of bread, ah. 152 80 

"Sobyrere of brede or o]?er lyke 

{fiitxft^r ^Prompt. Pafv. 
« Sbiye of bread, minatal"— ^«^^. 

Shiverofabroken thing, 93. 76 87 

Shodde, paH. 155 40 

Shooe, ah. 154 17 

Shooe, f. 154 21 

Shoote, V. 178 87 



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339 



Shoppei $h. 


OOL. 

169 


UNX. 

5 




174 


28 


Shore of the sea, sh. 


174 


12 


Shome, part. 


172 


23 


Shorte, r. 


173 


18 


Shorten^ v. 


61 


83 


Shoulder, ah. 


76 


15 


Shovel, sh. 


67 


8 


Showre, $h. 


78 


88 


Shraftyde, sh, shrovetide, 


117 


14 


Shragge, $h. a twig, 


10 


13 



^'Sbraggeof trees, sarmenta,"— /Tw/oMf. 

Shrag, V. to prune trees, 10 24 

** Shragge under so that the sun maye 
oome to the groimd. laUaoo." — 
Huloa. 



Shreade, v. 
Shred, v. 
Shred, payrU 
Shrew, ah. 
Shrewd, adj. 
Shrift, %h. confession, 
Shrimp, %h. 
Shrimpish, aij. small, 
Shrine, ah. 
Shrinke, v. 
Shrive, v. 
Shroude, %h. 
Shronde, r. 
Shrowe, %h. a shrew, 
Shmbbe, %h. 
Shnffil, 9. to shuffle. 
Shuffle, to, oaides, 
Shunnable, aij. 
Shnnne, «. 
Shutte, V. 
Shuttle, Bh. 

Shyde bjUet, %h. wooden 
billet. A.S. BeHs^ 



205 45 

48 33 

48 42 
94 19 

49 31 



118 
132 
146 



139 10 

138 20 

152 44 

217 2 

217 3 

179 30 

181 32 

127 45 

184 17 

3 6 

188 36 

195 23 

195 40 

»116 45 

<* Sohjrd, or astelle (schjrd of a astel), 
"sohyide wode. tow* '^ Prompt. 
Parv. 

** Schyde of wode. bnche." — Palsgrave, 

78 25 



Shyer, %h. a shire. 



COL. LWS. 

Sh3rppen, %h. a cowhouse. 
A.S. seypm^ 61 17 

^'Thropes and bemea, ihepenei and 
daiiiee."— C^i«f^, fViJ of Bathes 
TaU. 



Shype, %h. 
Shyte, V. eaoare, 
Sice, at(f. six, 
Sick, adf. 
Sick, to be, 
Sickil, adf. sickly, 
Sickle, 90. 
Sickle, a4f» sickly, 
Sicknesse, sh. 
Sift, 9. 
Sigh, sh. 
Sigh, V. 

Sigjitly, adf. visible, 
Signe, sh. 

Signe, V. 

Signet, sh. a scale, 
Signifie, v. 
Signorie, sh. 
Sile, sh. a colander. 

«A mylke syle. hoc oolatoriiim." — 
CaA. Angi. 

Silence, sh. 63 37 

SiUabe, sh. a syllable, 141 1 

Similitude, sh. 183 22 

Simplidtie, sh. 110 33 

Sing, V. 135 37 

Singer, sh. 73 29 

Singuiare, adj. 29 9 

Sinke, sh. 138 15 

Sinkej v. 138 21 

Sinne, sh. 133 7 

Sinne, v. 133 19 

Sip, 9. 140 26 

Sise, r. taxare^ 147 43 

Sisterly, adf. 100 4 

Sit, V. 149 16 

Sixteene, adj. 69 46 

Sixteenth, adj. 69 24 



143 
151 
114 
120 
120 
129 
121 
121 
85 
118 
119 
119 

:ioo 

111 
120 
139 
120 
139 
87 
98 
105 
130 



13 
13 
34 
38 
30 
6 
40 
47 
28 
13 
12 
11 

ai 

32 
6 
11 
7 
20 
35 
16 
44 
45 



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INDEX or ENGLISH W0RD6. 



OOL. LtXK. 

Sixteth,«^'. 88 40 

Siztie, adf. 112 4 
Skale, sh, the scale of an 

animal, 17 9 

Skalion, $h, a shallot, 165 47 

Skape, $h, an escape, 26 29 
Skath, V. to hart A.S. 

9ca]^e, 39 1 

Skayne, sb. a skain, 100 9 
Skeppe, th. a measure of 

com, 70 6 

** 8kep or lyke ooffen for oorne. CU' 

Skermish, sh. 144 1 

Skewe, v. 94 30 

Bkimme, v. 131 80 

Skin of a man, $b. 133 8 

Skin of a sheepe, $b. 133 9 

Bkin of a beast, $h, 133 10 

Skin tawed, <3. 133 11 

Skin tanned, ih, 133 12 

Skinne, t;. 133 20 

Skip, 17. 140 28 

Sklanderonse, <u^\ 226 28 

Skoffe, V. 156 39 

Skore, sh, a notch, 174 11 

Skrippe, $b. a pocket, bag, 1 40 14 

Skylful, adf\ 186 3 

SkjUet, sh. a pipkin, 88 5 

Skjnner, sh. 73 1 

Slacke, adf, 5 22 

Slacke, v. 6 32 
Slade, sh. a valley. A.S. 

slad, 8 31 

" And satyrs that in slado and gloomy 
dimbles dwell." — Drayton^ qnot. 
by Nares. 

Sladyl, sh, vestigium, 125 38 

Slake, V. 12 22 

Slaked, paH. 49 15 

Slate, sh. a tile, 39 12 

Slater, sh. 71 32 

Slanghtei^, *J. jjj J^ 

Slave, V. 42 32 

Slayne, poflrt. 200 40 



Sledde 



I, sb. a sledge, | 



COL. UVU. 

48 30 
198 43 



<' SMe (instrument) to draw wythe." 
— Prompt. Pafv. 

** A dray or sledde, which goeth with- 
out wheeles. traha." — Bard. 



Sledge, sh. 


51 


47 


Sleepe, v. 


70 


16 


Sleepish, aij. 


146 


9 


Sleeve, sh. 


90 


6 


Sleight, sh. 


53 


33 



Sleight, adj. smooth, 53 36 

Sleken, v. to eztingoish, 61 35 

^< Slekkyn (sleckyB or whediyn). ex- 
tinguo." — Pfompt. Parv. 

**I slecke, I qnenche a fyre. je es- 
tanche. " — Palsgrave. 

Slepe, i J. sleep, 70 11 

Slete, V. plicare, 86 6 

Slence, sh. 95 32 

Sleyghtie, <w|f. artful, HI 8 

" Sleighty, crafty. roBk:* ^Palsgrave. 

Slie, adj. nimble, 99 16 

Sling, sh. 135 26 

SHp, r. 140 25 

Slippe, sh. 140 15 

Slipper, sh. 74 25 

SHt, sh. 149 1 

SUt, V. 149 17 

Slive, e?. to tear, 152 40 

"Slyryn a-sundyr (or ryvyn). findo, 
e&aBO."—Prvmpi. Pafv. 

Sloe, sh. 154 16 

Sloppe, sh. 169 6 

Slot of a doore, sh, 176 30 

" Slot or schytyl of a dore. verolium." 

— Prompt. Parv. 
"A slotte ubi a barre."— CV»M. Angl. 

Slough, sh. 217 21 

Slouke, sh. iners, ignarus^ 217 44 

Slouthe,*«^. sloth, 230 7 

Sloven, sh, 61 18 

Slovenly, adj, 100 32 

Slovenrie, sh, 106 1 

Slowe, adf. 180 3 

Slowthfiil, adf. 187 10 



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COL. LXKS. 

Slabber, $h. slime, 76 42 

Slubbie, adf. slippery, 107 13 

Since, $h. a sluice, 182 12 

Sludden, $h. psdisequuif 61 19 

Sluggard, th. 30 46 

Sluggish, adf. 146 3 

Slumber, th. 75 35 

Slutte, ah. 195 19 

Sluttish, adf. 146 4 

Slyce, «*. 114 35 

Slyce, V. 114 42 

Slydder, th. frost» 76 41 

"Slyder. g'^mnV'^/^a/s^ywe, 

Slyde, r. 117 8 

Slye, adf. crafty, 99 17 

Slyme, sh. 132 28 

Slyppery, adf. 107 12 

Smacke, sb. taste, 5 12 

Smaoke, ah. a kiss, 5 13 

Smacke, v. to taste, 5 27 

Smacke, v. to kiss, 5 28 

Small, adf. 13 4 

Smart of a wound, $h. 33 29 

Smarte, v. 33 34 

Smeare, v. 209 40 

Smel, sh. 55 5 

Smel, <;. 55 9 

Smelfeast, ah. a parasite. 212 3 

*' Happelopin. a catob-bit, sycophant, 
smell-feast " — Cotgrave. 

Smelt, ah. a fish, 58 42 

Smith, ah. 150 37 

Smocke, ah. 158 26 

Smooke, ah. smoke, 159 31 

Smooke, v. to smoke, 159 34 

Smothe, adj. smooth, 178 43 

Smouth tong, ah. 230 12 

Smouthe, adj. smooth, 230 11 

Smouthe, v. 230 13 

Smyte, v. 151 14 
Snacke of a dog, ah. the 

bite of a dog, 5 14 

Snacke, r. to bite, 5 29 

Snake, fh. 12 15 

l^affle, ah. 9 39 

Snafie, v. 9 40 



COL. LIKS. 

Snakish, adj. 146 5 

Snape, v. to confute, 26 36 

Snappe, ah. a rap, 27 6 
Snappe, ah. a correction, 

snub, 27 9 

Snappe, v. to rap, 27 21 

Snapper, v. to stumble, 79 4 

<'I snapper as a hone dothe that 
tryppeth. jetrippette." — Palsgrofut. 

Snappish, adj. 146 6 

Snare, ah. 28 17 

Snare, v. 28 24 

Snarle, v. 32 21 

Snayke, ah. 198 16 

Snayle, ah. a snail, 198 40 

Snayre, ah. a snare, 202 46 

Snayre, v. to snare, 202 44 

Sneakish, adj. 145 41 

Sneeze, v. 211 34 

Snig, «^. an eel, 118 44 

" A snygge nbi a ele."— CaM. Angl. 

Snivil, ah, mueua, 125 42 

Snooke, v. to smell, 159 35 

'* Snd^yn or smellyn. nioto."— /Vwm^. 

Snoore, v. aupprimers, 175 12 
Snore, v. to snort^ 174 29 

Snorte, f;, j Jg J^ 

Snot, ah. puSf 176 31 

Snotty, adf. 112 9 

Snout of a fish, 228 27 

Snoute of a dog, ah. 228 25 
Snoute of a ship, ah. the 

stem or beak, 228 26 

Snowe, ah. 179 31 

Snowe, V. 179 44 

Snubbe, ah. a correoticm, 181 33 

Snubbe, v. to correct, 181 42 

Snudge, ah. a miser, 183 10 

** We find that the filthy snadge is yet 
more misohieyons and ignorant than 
these ignorant wretches here." — 
OtdTs Rabelaisy B. 5, chap. xr. 

Snu£fe, ah. 183 45 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Snnffe, V. to snif^ 184 5 

Snype, a, biid, 141 89 

Snyte, ih. biid, 151 4 

^BeocaaMftu. a anite, also a Utde 
woodoook." — Co^gtiwe, 

•* A anyte or anipe."— Jlfi^M^. 

Bo, adv. 154 34 

Sobrietie, 8h. 110 34 

Socke, a^. 158 27 

Sod,aa. toH; 155 30 

Sodayne, atb'^ sadden, 202 6 

Sodde, part, sodden, 155 41 

Sodden, part. 62 32 

Sodioure, 9b. a soldier, 223 28 

Soft, adf. ' 157 12 

Soft, to make, 157 17 

Soften, V. 61 34 

Sogate, adv. thus, 39 47 

Sojomer, »b. 80 27 

Solace, $h. 7 14 

Solaoe, V. 7 20 

Solayne, a^'. sollen, 202 7 

Soldionrie, $h. 106 2 

Sole, 9h. fish, 160 38 

Sole, adf. alone, 160 47 

Sole, t;. to be alone, 160 45 

Sole of a shoe, sh. 160 39 

Sole of the foote, «i. 160 43 

Solemnise, v. 148 24 

Solen, adf. solemn, 62 33 

Solidte, V, 151 36 

Solitarie, adf. 107 14 

SoUare, sh. a room, 28 45 

'< SoUar, a chambre. aolier. — aoUer, a 

lofte. gander."— A/i(j7»»^. 
** A aollar, or apper roofe of a house.'* 

SoUer, $h, a room, 73 9 
«* Boleie, or lofte. aolarinm." — Prompt. 
Parv. 



Solubil, <u^'. soluble, 


129 


24 


Soluble, adj. 


182 


4 


Solute, V. to dissolve. 


196 


24 


Someway, adv; 


197 


4 


Somewhat, th. 


37 


35 


Somewhat whitish. 


37 


44 



ooz.. Lm. 

Somewhile, adn. 131 19 

Sommer, %l. summer, 76 43 

Somwhat better, 37 40 

Somwhat redde, 37 38 

Somwhat reddish, 37 43 

Somwhat sdender, 37 42 

Somwhat tender, 37 41 

Somwhere, adn. 84 19 

Sonde, %b, a sending, 166 40 
" Sondor aendynge. miaaio." — Prompt. 
Pafv. 

Songue, kb. a song, 167 

Sonne, $h. a son, 162 

Sonne, 9h. the sun, 162 

Sonne, v. to sun, 162 

Soone, 0^. 168 

Soote, 9h. soot, 178 
Soote of things, A. a suit, 178 



1 
39 
40 
42 
40 
27 
28 
41 
5 
8 
47 



Soothe, sh. truth, 178 
Soothfast, adj. Mthful, 36 

Sooty, «wj^". Ill 

Sope, a3, soap, 169 

Sophisme, sh. 146 

Sophiste, «&. 147 

Sophister, sh. 80 

Sophistioall, adj. 15 

Soppe, sh. 169 

Soppe, V. 169 

Sorcerer, sh. 80 

Sorceiye, sh. 106 

Sore, sh. 174 

Sore, adi. diseased, 174 

Sore, aif. cruel, 174 

Sorel, sh. the herb, 

Sorel, sh. a buck of the 

third year, 58 

Sorowe, sh. sorrow, 180 

Sorowe, v. to sorrow, 180 
Sort, sh. many, 173 

« Some mile o' thia town we were set 
upon 
By a sort of oountrj feUows." 

— ^. Jonson, TaU of a Tub, iL 2. 

Sorts, sh. kind, manner, 173 12 
Sorte, V. 173 16 



(56 
(57 



20 
28 
20 

7 
20 
29 

3 
13 
32 
33 



2 
31 
41 
13 



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343 



COL. Lurx. 



Sory, aij. 107 16 

8ot, ah. a fool, 176 32 
Bought, the longae, — 

consumption. Qt.meht, 217 39 

Souke, V. to suck, 218 3 

Sould, part, sold, 219 6 

Soule, %h. 218 16 

Sound, 9h. 220 39 

Sound, V. 221 1 

Sonne, v. to swoon, 220 10 

Soupe, V. 221 29 

Soupil, adj. supple, 129 9 
Soupil, V. to supple or 

make soft, 127. 7, 46 

Souple, adj. supple, 221 33 

Souple, V. 221 34 

<*I sowple a thynffe, I make it more 
softe and gentyU in the handdjng 
or weryng."— /Wj^gTtJW. 

Sourge, V. to surge, 224 25 
Sourge of the sea, $b. a 

surge, 224 22 

Southe, 9h. 230 4 

Southeast, ah. 230 6 

Southeme, adj. 82 14 

Southistle, $h. herb, 147 35 

Southly, adj. southerly, 100 33 

Southwest, 9h. 230 5 

Soveraygne, ah. 201 24 

Soveraygne, adj. 202 8 

Sowe, 9b. a sow, 179 32 

Sowe, V. 179 45 

Soweme, v. to sour, 82 10 

Sowish, adj. 145 10 

Sowter, 9h. a shoemaker, 76 45 

<' Sowtare, or oordewaner (oordynare). 
vo\at:'— Prompt, Patv. 

Sowthistle, ah. herb, 128 37 

** Sowihystlle or tbowthyttylle (berbe). 
roetram poroinam." Prompt. Patv. 

Soyle, <a. 214 39 

Soyle, <;. 214 42 

Soyle, to, as a sowe, 214 44 

*< Sonil de sanglier. the soil of a wild 
boar, the slouRb or mire wherein he 
hath wallowea."— C7<n^nnv. 



COL. una. 
Space, kb. 6 43 

Spade, 9h. 8 30 

Spale, %b. a chip, 17 11 

' Spalle,or chyppe (i^Ue)." — Prompt. 



Span, 9h. 


20 


13 


Span, V. 


20 


22 


Spane, v. to wean, 


19 


8 


" Bpanyn, or wene chylder. 
Pafv. 


**^Prompt. 


Spanyel, %b. 


56 


7 


Spare, v. 


28 


25 


Sparhauke, ah. a sparrow 




hawk. 


44 


32 


<' A sparhaTke. hie nisus."- 


^Cath.Ang, 


Sparke, ah. 


31 


47 


Sparkil, v. to sparkle, 


128 


4 


Sparkle, ah. 


32 


14 


Sparkle, v. 


32 


15 


Sparow, ah. a bird. 


180 


22 


Sparpil, V. to disperse. 


128 


5 


Sparre, ah. a piece of wood, 29 


18 


Sparre, to, as cocks do, 


29 


26 


Spate, ah. a stream. 


39 


13 


Spaune of fishe, ah. 


44 


20 


Spaune, v. to spawn, 


44 


27 


Spayne, ah. 


100 


10 


Speache, ah. 


205 


9 


Speakable, ^'. 
Speake, r. ^ 


2 


24 


207 


3 


Speaker, great, ah. 
Speare, ah. 


212 
209 


45 
25 


Spearwort, ah. 


173 


34 


Speawe, v. to spew, 


214 


2 


SpeciaU, adj. 


15 


21 


Speoke, ah. a patch, 


47 


13 


" Spekke, dowte. pictadum." Prompt. 
Parv. 


Speckil, ah. a spot, 


125 


31 


Speckle, ah. a spot, 


47 


21 


Speckle, ^. 


47 


24 


Speckled, adj. 
Spectakle» ah. 


49 


16 


128 


38 


Speede, ah. 


52 


14 


Speede, «. 


52 


28 



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INDEX OF EKOLISH WORDS. 



00X» UHB. I 

Speedefol, aij. 185 45 
Speedy, adj, 97 27 
Spel, t;. 55 10 
Spelt, to, come, — to thresh, 58 46 
Spend, V. 64 45 
Spent, jwir^. 66 19 
Spercil, %b. a tile pave- 
ment, 125 45 
Sperke, %b. 81 28 
Sperkil, %h, a sparkle, 125 46 
Spet, %l. spittbg, 86 2 
Spette, V, to spi^ 86 14 
Spewe, V. 94 81 
Spice, «a. 114.36 
Spice, r. 114 43 
Spiggotte, «3. 177 11 
Spikenarde, %l. 30 46 
Spil, V. 123 36 
Spin, t7. 133 21 
Spinache, bI. 5 47 
Spindel, <&. a spindle, 124 35 
Spirite, %h. 151 29 
Spirituall, aii. 15 22 
Spissy, adj, massy, 108 29 
<* Condenso. oondense, thioke, ipiiBe." 
— Florio. 

Spit, «a. 149 2 

Spit, r. 149 17 

Spite, %l, 151 5 

Spiteful, adj, ^186 6 

Spleneseke, 0(^'. splenetic, 51 40 

Sp]en8icke,a(^'. splenetic, 121 27 

** Splensyoke. lienicns.** — Huloet. 

Spoke of ^ wheel, ih, 159 41 

Sponge, %h. 167 37 

Sponge, t?. 167 39 

Spoone, Bb. 168 36 

Sport,**. 173 14 

Sporte, r. 173 17 

Sportftil, adj, 186 7 

Spot, %h. 176 33 

Spotte, r. 176 41 

Spottie, 0^'. 112 10 

Spouse, %b. 225 1 

Spouse, V, 225 5 

Spout, to, water, 228 39 



Spoute, %h. 


001.. 

228 


Lnne. 

28 


Spoyle, %h. 


214 


40 


Spoyle, V, 


214 


46 


Spume, %h, fbam. 


188 


9 


Spume of lead, «*• 


188 


10 


Spume of sylver, tb. 


188 


12 



Spunne, adj, 188 39 

Spurge, %l. herh, 190 45 

^'Espmig^ garden spurge, who^of 
^ere are two kinds, a greater and a 
lew."— C<>4?rw/. 

« Sporge, an herbe. eiponrge."— -PoZr- 
grave. 
Spume, «. 191 17 

Spuire, th, 190 18 

8purre,r. 190 23 

Spreade, r. 205 46 

Sprede, «<&•. 48 43 

Spring,**. 135 27 

Spring, t?. 135 38 

Springald, %h. a young 

man or woman, 16 1 

*• A gpringall, yong man." — Minsheu, 
Sprinkil, «*. 125 47 

Sprinkil, V. 128 6 

Sprinkle, %h. 138 32 

Sprinkle, v. 188 35 

Sprot, Bb. a sprat, 176 35 

«A sportte (a rorote). heo epimera, 
pisois eti:*^C(Uh. Angl, 
Spruce, %h. 182 14 

Spyall, bI. an overlooker, 13 13 

"SpialL emiflBi»ius." — Huloet, 
Spyder, «*. 76 46 

Spyte, V. 151 15 

Square, adj, 28 30 

Square, r. 28 26 

Squayne, «*. a swain, 

servant, 200 11 

Squinant, <*. h^rb, 25 20 

'* The squinant (or sweet rush, called 
also camel's hay)."— i'A^rwwa/. 

Squirrel, bI, 57 9 

Sqyer, «*. 73 Tt 

sub, r. 1 26 

Stabil, «*. a stable, 126 I 



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345 



COL. LIMB. 

Stabil, ad;, stable, 129 10 

Stable, 8b. 1 42 

Stoble, adf. 1 46 

Stacke, sh. 5 20 

Staffe, sh. 9 18 

Stagge, sh. 10 12 

Stagger, v. 79 5 

Stake, sh. 12 16 

Stalke, «^. 16 10 

Stalke, V. 16 13 

Stall, 9^. a stable, 12 43 

Stalland, sh. a stallion, 23 17 

** Stallant, a hone, haras.' - Palsgrave. 

Stamber, v. to stammer, 79 6 

** Stut or stamber. balbncinor." Huloet. 

Stamp, to, with the feet, 18 42 

Stampe, «. to knock, 18 41 

Stanche, r. to staunch, 22 36 

Stand, V. 23 1 

Standarde, %h. 30 10 

Stangue, %h. a bar, a lever, 23 43 

Staple of a doore, %b. 27 39 

"Stapylle of a schyttynge (stapul). 
stapellmn."— /Vww//. Parv. 

Staple or stapil, 129 38 

Stappil, %h. staple, 124 25 

Stare, %b. 28 31 

Stare, v. 28 27 

Starke, adj. stiff, 32 9 

Starre, %b. 29 19 

Starte, r. to break, 33 35 

Starve, v. 34 23 

State, %l. 39 6 

Stately, adj. 100 34 

Stathil, 9. mingw$ equum, 128 10 

Station, 9b. 166 4 

Stationer, sh. 80 30 

Stature, sh. 192 37 

Staynche, v. to staunch, 202 18 

Stayne, v. to stain, 200 27 

Stayre greece, sh. 202 41 

"Grece, or tredyl, or steyre. ffradus." 
— Prompt Parv. (see note.; 

•* Greese, grise, steppe or stair, gredos/' 
—HuloH. 

" Stayre, or grcce. ^epb':*-~ Palsgrave. 

Stayre, v. 202 45 



COL. LtME. 

Steade, sh. a place, 205 40 
" Stede, place, situs.'*— /*f<ww//. Patv. 
Steale, v. 207 33 
Steaple, sh. a steeple, 209 7 
Stedfast, adj. 36 6 
Steede, sh. 52 15 
Steele, sh. 59 23 
Steepe, v. 70 17 
Steepil, sh. a steeple, 126 3 
Steeple, sh. 70 31 
Steg, sh. a gander, 53 25 
Stelth, sh. stealth, 59 8 
Stem, sh. a stalk, 59 42 
Stemme, v. 60 2 
Stepdame, sh. a step- 
mother, 18 6 
Stepdaughter, sh. 80 33 
Stepfather, sh. 80 31 
Stepmother, sh. 80 32 
Steppe, sh. 70 4 
Steppe, V. 70 7 
Stepson, sh. 164 26 
Steril, adj. 129 11 
Sterne, A. of a ship, 81 41 
Sterne, adj- 81 42 
Sterre, sh. a star, 70 37 
Sterve, v. active, 83 9 
Sterve, r. neuter, 83 10 
Stewe, sh. a hothouse, 94 21 
" A stewe ubi a bath."— CoM. Angi. 
" Stewe or hotehoose. hypocaustum." 
^Huloet. 



Steward, sh. 


30 


47 


Stewardship, sh. 


141 


7 


Stick, sh. 


120 


21 


Stick, to, unto, 


120 


31 


Stick, to, one. 


120 


32 



Stickle, to, in a matter, 122 4 
Stidye, sh. a blacksmith's 

forge, 97 7 

Stif, adj. 117 32 

Stifil, f?. to stifle, 127 35 

Stifle or stifll, 129 34 

Stil, sh. 123 24 

Sta, adj. 124 4 

Stil, ado. 124 5 



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INDEX OF BNOLISH WORDS. 



OOU UMB. 



Stil, to be, 123 45 

Stil, to, a trouble, 123 37 

8til, to, waters, 123 38 

8ta, to, downe,— to distil, 123 39 

Bt^e,$h,fonmaa,9t%lui, 130 46 

StUe at an hedge, sb. 130 47 

Stat,«a. 130 25 

Stiltb, 9h. stealth, 130 35 

Stinch, $h stench, 134 32 

Btinche, v. 134 36 

Sting, $h. 135 30 

Stinke, $h. 138 16 

Stinke, v. 138 23 

Stipendarie, sh, 106 4 

Stipende, $h. 65 2 

StiiTop, sh. 169 32 

Stitch, $h. 150 17 

Stitch in sowing, th, 150 18 

Stitche,^. 150 26 

Stocke, $h. 158 28 

Stockes, $h. 158 32 

Stomake, $h. 12 27 

Stomake, v. 12 34 

Stone, $b. 168 8 

Stone, «a. weight, 168 9 

Stoneblinde, adf. 135 17 

fi* ,. (102 39 

Stony, 0*. jjj3 ^ 

Stoode, V. 156 7 

Stoole, 9h. 161 7 

Stoore, <^. a commotion, 175 9 

Stoore,r.tomakeatamult,175 11 

<* Btoor, or hard, or boyitowi. anstems, 
rigidui."— /><?«//. Parv, 

Stoote, 17. to stutter, 178 35 

"Stotyn (or Btameryn). titubo."— 
Ptvmpt, Parv, 

Stoppe, «a. 169 8 

Stoppe, f>. to shut up, 169 21 

Stoppe, V. to hinder, 169 22 

Stoppel, sh. a stopper, | ^^^ 3^ 

" Stoppell of a bottel or o>er like, da- 
cUlu8."--Pnww^. Parv. 

Stopple, 9h, a stopper, 170 12 



OOU uais. 

Store, V. to heap up, 174 23 

Store of yitnall, sh. 174 14 

Store of cattell,«J. 174 15 

Store of house, «6. 174 16 

Storie, $h. 106 6 

Storke, «*. 171 34 

Storken, v. to stiffen, 61 36 

Storme, sh. 172 5 

Storme, v. 172 8 

Stormye, atb'. 101 43 

Stot, sh. a bullock, 176 34 

Stote, sh. yermin, 178 7 
Stouke of come, sh. a 

stack, 218 1 

Stoulne, iMir^. stolen, 219 27 

Stound, sh. static^ 220 40 

Stoupe, V. 221 30 

Stout, adf. proud, 228 40 

Stout, adf. valiant, 228 41 

Strande, sh. 22 44 

Strange, ath\ rare, 23 33 

Stranger, sh. 77 1 

Strangil, v. to strangle, 127 47 

Strangle, r. 24 6 

Stranguilion,<3.strangur7,166 5 

'* Strangvyllyoii, a sickneaie. chaulde- 
pine. "—Palsgrave. 

Straught, distracted, 10 33 

Straubery, sb. 106 8 

Straw, sh. a reed, 46 27 

Strawbery, sh. 106 7 

Strawe, «^. Utter, 46 28 

Strawe, v. to strew, 45 36 

Strayne, t;. so strain, 200 28 
Strayne, to, throu^ a 

doth, 200 29 

Strayner, sh. 76 47 

Straynge, adi. strange, 202 17 

Streache, v. to stretch, 205 16 

Streame, sh. 208 16 

Streame, r. 208 21 

Streight, <w^'. 53 37 

Streight, r. 53 38 

Strength, sh. 65 41 

Strengthen, «. 61 37 

Strengthlesse, o^. 91 14 



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347 



COL. um. 



Stresse, th. an endeayour, 84 28 

Btresse takeD, 84 27 

Stresse, v. 84 89 

Stretch, v. 88 33 

Striddil, V. to straddle, 128 12 

Stridle, v. to straddle, 116 24 

Strife, sh. 118 22 

Strike for measure, ih, 122 28 

*' Stryke to gyre meenre by. roulet a 
mesurer." — Palsgrave, 

Strike, t;. 122 33 

String, %l, 135 28 

Strinkle, %b. a sprinkle, 138 33 

" Strenkyll to cast holy water, uiropi- 
Ion." — Palsgrave, 

Strip, V. 140 32 

Strive, %h. a strife, 152 31 

Strive, V. 152 41 

Stroke, %h. 159 42 

Stroke, v. 159 46 

Strong, adj. 167 8 

Strumpet, %b. 87 37 

Stuhbe, ih, a stump, 181 34 
« Ghioot. a stub or stampe.*' Cot^ave. 

Stubhil, «a. stubble, 126 4 

Stubble, «3. 181 47 

Stubbome, o^'. | ^g^ gi 

Studde, 9h. 182 44 

Studde, V. 183 2 

Studie, r. 97 8 

Studiouse, adi. 227 43 

Study, %h, 97 6 

Stuffe, %b. 184 2 

Stuffe, V. 184 6 

Stumbil, r. to stumble, 127 13 

Stupefective, aij, 153 40 
** StupefactiTO. or made unsensible." — 
Htdoet, 

Sturdy, bI. dizziness, 97 37 

Sturdye, a<fo'. stubborn, 97 86 

Sturdye sicKO, adj. dizzy, 97 38 

Sturre, %l, a stir, tumult, 190 19 

Sturre, r. to make a stir, 190 25 

Sturre, r. to stir, move, 190 24 



Stutte, V, to stutter. 



178 35 

^ 195 24 

" To stutte. balbutire."--CaM. AngL 

*' I stutte, I can nat speake my wordes 

redyly." — Palsgrave, 

Stutter, %b, 77 2 

Stutter, r. 79 7 

Stye for swine, tib. 108 43 

Styfer, %h. a coin, stiver, 71 47 

Styonie,<3. astyontheeye, 102 24 

" Styanie (or a perle) yn the eye." — 

Prompt, Parv, 
" Slyony, disease ^wyng within the 

eyeliddes. sycosis." — Htdoet, 

Styrruppe, %l. 189 44 

Subject, %b, 47 37 

Subject, adj. 48 8 

Subome, r. 172 32 

Subscribe,!?. 113 40 

Substance, <5. 22 11 

Substantial!, adj. 15 23 

Substitute, sb. 196 9 

Substitute, «. 196 25 

Subtew, V. to subdue, 95 20 

Subtil, adj. 129 12 

Subverte, v. 82 35 

Succede, v. 52 35 

Successe, %h. 85 29 

Succession, %h. 166 10 

Succoure, %h. 223 27 

Succoure, t;. 223 41 

Succoury, %h. herb, 106 12 

Suche, adj. 182 28 

Sucke, V. 185 3 
Sucke of a plow, tib. the 

culter or ploughshare, 185 1 

<< Socke of a plough, soc de la oherue." 
— Palsgrave. 

Sucket, %l. spice, 93 26 

<< Carhassat wet sucket, made of the 
upper part of the long white pom< 
pion,- cut in slices." — Cotgrave, 

Suduie, %h. a napkin, 106 9 
"Sudarye (or sodary). sudarium." — 

Prompt. Parv, 
"Sudary, to wype the faoe whych 

sweateth."— /r«/<?^5r. 

16 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Soertie, sh. a surety, 110 32 

Suet, sh, 87 83 

Suffer, V. 79 8 

Sufferable, a^\ 3 41 

Sufferance, $h, 22 9 

Suffering, a^\ 137 16 

Sufficience, $h. 64 22 

Sugare, sh, 29 6 

Suggest, V. 92 31 

Suggestion, $h 166 7 

Sullayne, 9h, fish, 201 20 

Summarie, sb, 106 10 

Summon, v, 166 2 

Sumpter, $b. 76 44 

Sumptuouse, a4f. 227 44 

Sunder, r. 79 9 

Sundrie, adj\ 107 16 

&\XDke,part. 189 16 

Sunne, sh, 188 34 

Sunne, v. 188 37 

Sunny, ad;\ 102 38 

Superfluitie, th. 110 36 

Superfluouse, adj, 227 46 

Superior, ah. 170 43 

Superioritie, «i. 110 36 

Superioure, adf. 223 46 

Supematurall, adf. 16 40 

Superstition, sh. 166 8 

Superstitiouse, a^\ 227 46 

Suppe, sh. spoon meat, 189 36 

Suppe, V. to sip, 189 38 

"Suppe, sippe or sowpe a lytle." — 

Suppe, V. to eat supper, 189 39 

Supper, sh. 77 3 

Supplant, V. 26 32 

Supple, a^f. 190 6 

Supplication, sh. 166 9 

Supploy, V. to supply, 214 19 
** Supploye anotben rowme. fungi yioe 

Support, V. 173 42 

Supporte, sh. 173 36 

Suppose, V. 222 14 

Supposell, sh. opinion, 67 28 
'* Supposell and supposing."—- /A#^W/. 



Suppresse, r. 


COL. 

90 


UMBi 

26 


Supremacye, sh. 


96 


20 


Sure, adf. 


192 


9 


Surfet, sh. 


87 


88 


Surfet) V. 


93 


84 


Surfettouse, o^'. 


227 


47 


Surgery, sh. 


106 


11 


Surgion, sh. 


166 


6 


Surmise, sh. 


148 


8 


Surmise, t^^ 


148 


26 


Surmount, v. 


221 


21 


Surname, sh. 


18 


7 


Surname, r. 


18 


16 


Surrender, v. 


83 


27 


Suspect, sh. a suspicion^ 


47 


36 


Suspect, Vi 


48 


3 


Suspende, r. 


66 


17 


Suspiciouse, adj\ 


228 


1 


Sustejme, v. 


202 


1 


Sustinance, sh. 


22 


10 


Suttil, ad;, subtle, 


129 


13 


Swadil, V. to swaddle, 


127 


37 


Swadle, v. 


9 


7 


Swage, V. to assuage. 


10 


46 


Swalowe, sh. a swallow^ 


180 


27 


Swalowe, v. 


181 


11 


Swamish^ ad;\ squeamish 


146 


7 


Swan, sh. 


20 


14 


Swappe, sh. 


27 


10 


Swarme, sh. a flock. 


32 


29 


Swarme, v. 


32 


33 


Swarve, t;. to swerve. 


34 


22 


Swathe, «5.abundleof grass,38 


46 


" And there the strawy Greeks, 


ripe 


for his edge, 






Fall down before him, like 


the 


mower's swath." 






^Troilus and Cressida^ 


T. 6. 


Swathe, v. 


39 


2 


Swathil, V. to swaddle. 


128 


11 


Sweal, to, as the fire, — 






to bum out. 


207 


34 


Sweame, t;. samniars^ 






A.S. swima, a stupor. 


208 


22 


Sweapil, sh. sweaple, 


126 


6 


Sweaple, sh. the swingle 






of a flail, 


209 


6 



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349 



Sweardy ib. a sword, 


COL. ] 

210 


UVB. 

16 


Sweaie, v. 


209 


41 


Bweate, sb. 


212 


18 


Sweate, v. 


212 


27 


Bweatie, adf. 


112 


12 


Sweepe, v. 


70 


18 


Sweepestake^ sb. 


12 


29 


Swel, V. 


65 


11 


Swelt, V. to dye, 


58 


47 


Bwerd) 9b. a sword^ 


81 


19 


Swete, ad/. 
Bwitt^a^. 


89 


20 


118 


16 


Swil, f . to drink, 


123 


40 



<* To swQ his Boule with often qnaifiig.*' 

Swimme, v. 181 31 

Swine, sh 139 13 
Swingil, to, hemp,^to 

bet^ 127 44 

Swinke, v. to labour, 188 22 

"I swyiike, I busye, I travayle my 
Belfe.^! am but a fole to swynke 
for other men." — Palstave. 

Swinsy, $b. the quinsy, 108 21 

Swolen, adf. 62 34 

Swoord, sb. a sword, 176 19 

Sworde, sb. 171 14 

Swome, i?tfr^. 172 24 

Swoune, v. to swoon, 220 11 

6wrayste, sb. pleetrum, 203 26 

Swylboule, sb. a glutton, 218 28 

**Swibolles. potores bibnli.— Sucking 
up qnickly, desirous to drink and 
swill, chara bibula." — Barrt, 

"A swylboule or pot^oompanion." — 

Swynyeard, sb. 210 80 

Swythe, adv. quickly, 152 2 

« This meesager to don his avanta^. 
Unto the kinges mother rioeth 
swithe." 
— Chaucif, Man ofLaw^s TdU. 

Sybbe, adj. related, 113 18 

** Sybbe, or of kinnc. consanguineos." 
— Prompt. Parv. 



Syde, sb. 

Syde as a long garment, 

ik^Mong,fuU. A.S.ni?,117 
Sydewarde, ado. 30 

Syer, sb. a sire, 73 

Syght, sb. 119 

Syle, to, milke, 131 



cot. LIMB. 

116 46 



10 
21 
26 
23 
6 

**A mylke syle. hoc ooUtorium." — 
Prompt. Parv. 

Sylent, ok 67 18 

Sylken, adj. 62 40 

Syllable, sb. 2 4 

Sylly, «^'. 100 28 

Sylver, sb. 76 39 

Symonicall, adj. 16 19 

Symonie, sb. 102 23 

Symple, a^. 132 16 

Synamon, sb. 161 43 

Synoere, adj. 84 17 

Synder, sb. a cinder, 76 40 

Synewe, sb. 95 7 

Synister, adj. 83 31 

Synkfoyle, sb. herb, 216 1 

Synod, sb. \b^ 44 

Synoper, sb. red lead, 80 26 

Synople, sb. ruddle, 170 17 
" Synopyr, oolowre^ nnopis.'* Prompt. 

Parv. 
'*Synoper, stone red of oouloor. sinopis. 
— Synyople, ooulonror redde. mini- 

acius. — Synople, or red lede. mi- 
nium."— ^«/<i^/. 

Sypple, f • to sip, 141 33 

Syrope, sb. 170 8 

Syrruppe, sb. 189 43 

Syster, sb. 74 17 

Systeme, sb. sisters, 82 1 

Sythe, sb. 152 1 

Syye, sb. a sieve, 152 29 

Tabarde, sb. a tabor or 

drum, 31 1 

Tabarte, sb. a tabor, 33 40 

Tabemakil, sb. a taber- 
nacle, 128 39 

Tabil, sb. a tabil, 126 8 



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TlfDEX OF ENGLISH WORDfi. 



Table, paynted, sh tabula, 1 43 

Table for me&te, ih. mema, 1 44 

Tables, to play the, 126 10 

Tablet, $b. 87 89 

Taboure, sh. 223 29 

Tacket, si. a small nail, 88 18 

"A ttckei, or tache.**— AfiVwA^. 

Tackle, «». 6 11 

Tackyl, «^. tackle, 125 40 

Tag of a myter, sh 10 14 

Tag of a poynt, th. 10 19 

Tag of a pane, sh. 10 20 

Tagged, /Hir^. 49 21 

Take, v. 12 23 

Taken, part. 62 35 

Talant^ sh. a talon, 66 41 

Tale, sb. a story, 17 12 

Talent, sb. 66 40 

Talke, th. 16 11 

Talke, v. 16 14 

Tall, adf. 13 5 

Talme, sh. a team^ 16 24 

Talowe, sh. 180 19 

Tame, adf. 18 3 

Tame, v. 17 45 

Tamed, was, 51 22 

Tamerick, sh. 121 10 

Tan, V. 20 18 

Tankarde, #3. 31 2 

Taper, sh. 75 45 

Tappe,rf. 27 11 

Tappe of my finger, sh. 140 17 

Tappe, V. 27 22 

Tapster, sh. 77 4 

Tapstrye, sh. tapestry, 106 13 

Taragon, sh. 164 27 

Tares, sh. 28 32 
Tame, sh. a little lake, 

a pool, 32 40 

Tarre, sh. pitch, 29 20 

Tarrye, atff. pitchy, 107 17 

Tarsel, «^. a tasse^ 57 11 

Tarte, sh. 33 27 

''Ttrte, or march pane, ohanona." — 



Tary, v. to tarry, 



106 34 



COL. U9M. 

TasQ, sb. a teazle, 126 13 

Taske, sh. 35 22 

Taske, r. 35 17 

Taske, sh. ** a taske to do," 35 23 

Tasker, sh. 75 13 

Taale, sh, ateazeL A.S. tasl,^ 30 

"TasyU whyche towken do nae."^ 
J/uUet. 

Tasse of a purse, sh. 
Taste, sb. 
Taste, f^. 
Taster, sb. 

Tate, sh. a lock of hair, 
Tatter, sh. 
Tatterraggs, sh. 
Tattle, V. 

Taught, part. 

Taunt, sb. 

Taunt, V. 

Taunye, adf. tawny colour, 1 02 

Taveme, sh. 82 

Tavemer, sh. 80 

Tavil, sh. a weayer's beam, 1 26 

Tavle, or tavil, 129 

"TayyU, to wrnde lylke on, whycb is 
throwen to 'and wo in the lombe or 
webbe. lidatorinm." — Huloet. 

Tawe, to, leather — to tan, 45 37 
** I tawe a thyng that is styffe to make 
it softe. je sonple."— jPaZi(;frtfz^. 

Tawer, sh. a tanner, 74 44 

**A tawer of leather, alntarina." — 
Bard. 



34 
36 
36 
75 
39 
77 
10 
38 
10 
45 
24 
25 



33 
20 
25 
16 
14 

5 
36 
32 
32 

4 
41 

3 
41 

7 
34 
14 
42 



Tayle, sh. a tail, 


198 41 


Tayle, sh. score. 


198 42 


Tayler, sh. 


74 6 


Teache, v. 


205 17 


Teacheth, he, 


89 5 


Teale, sh. a bird. 


207 22 


"Tele, bryd. turoella," 


— Prompt, 


Parv. 




"Teale, fowle of the water, qnerqne- 


dula."-^«/arf. 




Teame, sh. 


208 17 


Teame of cattell, sh. 


208 18 



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351 



Teare, sh, 

Teare, t^. 

Tearme, sh a limits 

Tearme, sh. a woid, 

Tearmey v, to terminate^ 

Tearme, v. to name, 

Teastie, atff. testy, 

Teate, sh. a nipple, | 

Tea we, to, lether — ^to tan, 

** Tew or tewynge of lethyr. fronioio.' 
^Prompt, Fatv, 



00L« LOT. 

209 26 

209 42 

210 41 
210 42 
210 48 
210 44 
111 29 
209 8 

212 19 

213 46 



1 
2 
13 
45 
42 
24 



Teawe, to, wax, moUw'0, 214 
Tediouse, adf. 228 

Teeme, sh. 60 

Teeth, sh. 89 

Teethe, v. 89 

^^gOy ^h a young deer, 53 
"Tegge, or pricket, saillant."— /*<i/f- 

<*A teg, or young doe. damula." — 

Teke of a bed, sh. bed tick, 54 25 

Tel, V. 55 12 

Temper, v. 79 12 

Temperable, aty. 4 18 

Temperance, sh. 22 12 

Temperate, ae(f. 41 23 

Temperature, sh. 193 1 

Tempestnonse, adf. 226 30 

Temple, sh. 59 47 

TemporaU, adf. 15 24 

Tempt, V. 60 4 

Tench, sh. a fish, 64 30 

Tend, v. 64 46 

Tender, v. 79 13 
Tene, sh. grief. A.S. 

teane, injory, 69 32 

Tenement, sh. 68 12 

Tenne, adj. 60 37 

Tenon, sh. 164 28 

" Tenown, Imyttynge of a balke or ofer 
lyke yn tymbyr. tenaculum." — 
Prompt. Patv. 

^* Tenon of timber, whyobe is put into 
the XDOt^K^^'-^Huhet. 



COL. LXlfB. 

170 45 

63 23 

66 6 

66 9 

69 20 

215 6 

133 31 

114 9 

106 14 

68 21 

106 15 

bed, 73 18 

' 15 25 

102 25 

170 87 

* 86 3 

73 5 

'< Tetter, disease whjche runneth all 
oyer the &oe. petigo." — Huloet. 

**A tettar, or ringworme. Plinie 
taketh it for the dangerous tettars 
that beginne in the chinne.'* — 
Bara. 



Tenor, sh. 
Tense, sh. 
Tent, sh. turunda. 
Tent, sh. tentorium^ 
Tenth, adf. 
Terfoyle, sh. trefoil, 
Termin, sh. bound, 
Terrible, adf. 
Territorie, sh. 
Testament, sh. 
Testamentarie, sh. 
Tester, sh. coyer of a 
Testimoniall, atff* 
Testimonie, sh. 
Tester, sh. a testator, 
Tette, sh. the nipple. 
Tetter, sh. disease. 



Tewe, to, ledder— to tan 


, 94 


33 


"I tewe leather, je souple."— />tf/r- 


^ave. . 






Teztuall, adf. 


15 


26 


Than, adv. then. 


20 


20 


Thanke, sh. 


24 


22 


Thanke, v. 


24 


26* 


Thankfol, adf. 


186 


8 


That, adv. 


37 


25 


That, catif. 


87 


26 


Thaty pron. 


37 


27 


That way, adv. 


197 


6 


Thatche, v. 


17 


38 


Thattte, v. to tattle, 


38 


30 


Theefe, sh. a thief. 


53 


9 


Theevery, sh. 


106 


16 


Theft, sh. 


52 


44 


Therby, adv. 


96 


16 


There, adv. 


84 


14 


Therof, adv. 


156 


42 


Thevish, adf. thievish. 


145 


43 


Thick, adf. 


120 


39 


Thicket, sh. 


87 


24 



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Thicket, ih. a diminutiTe 

of thick, 94 3 

Thift, 8h. theft, 118 5 

Thigh, «^. 119 10 

Tlal, V. pentrin^ere^ 123 41 

Thine, pron. 139 27 

Thing, t&. 135 29 

Thinke, t^. 138 24 

Thrnne, adf. 133 24 

Thirlepoole, ah. a fish, 160 41 
"ThTriepolefythe, bidena."— /feAj«^. 

Thirteenth, adf. 69 21 

Thirtene, adf, 69 41 

Thirteth, adf. 88 37 

Thirtie, a4f. 112 2 

This way, adv. 197 5 

Thistil, tb. a thistle, 126 27 

ThisUe, $b. 147 32 

Thiswyse, adv. 148 28 

Tho, eonf. though, 154 35 

Thole, V. to suffer, 160 46 

*<To tbole. pati, & cetera, ubi to 
mtffet."^CatA.A/ig. 

Thongue, sh. a thong, 167 2 

Thomhacke, 4^. a fish, 12 28 

'* Thornebalc, fyBohe. uianns." — 
Prompt Paw. 

Thomheak, ih. a fish, 207 6 

Thomye, adj. 102 42 

Thought^ ah. 217 33 

Thousand, adj. 23 14 

Thrall, adf. 13 6 

"Thrall, or bonde. ■ubject"— uPo^- 
grave» 

Thraule, adf. 44 8 

Thraw, v. to turn, 45 39 
Thrawe, v. to throw, to 

cast, 45 38 

Threate, v. 212 28 

Threaten, v. 61 38 

Three, adj. 46 33 

Threede, sh. a thread, 52 16 

Threede, v. 52 29 

Thresh, v. 91 32 

Threshould, »J. 219 11 



OOIm lzxe. 

Thrift, •>. 118 6 

Thrifty, adf. Ill 23 

Thring, v. 135 39 

Thristy, 0^'. thirsty. 111 49 

Thrive, if. 152 42 

Throne, ih. 168 10 

Throne, v. 168 13 

Throng, sh. 167 3 
Throppil, sb. throttle. 

A.S. ^roi-hoUa, 126 19 

Thropple, sh. the throttle, 170 13 

Thropple, v. to throttle, | {^^ }g 

Throte, sh. a throat, 178 8 

Throtil, V. to throttie, 128 14 

Throttil, sh. throttte, 126 18 

Throttle,**. 177 23 

Throttle,!?. 177 24 

Through, prep. 217 25 

Through of paper, sh \ qi 7 oo 

Through of stone, «*.j ^^^ ^^ 

" The tbridde day he aroa ajeyn 
Of the throng ther men bime leyde." 
— Williamd^Shoreham^ quotby Wright, 



Throwe, sh. a hurl, 179 33 

Thunder, sh. 77 6 

Thunder, v. 79 10 

Thrushe, sh. bird, 193 37 

Thruste, v. 194 28 

Thwacke, v. 5 33 
Thwangue, sh. a thong, 

strap. A.S. }wan^, 23 42 

" A thwange. corrigia.'* — CatA. Ang. 

Thwite, V. to out, 151 16 

" I thwyte a stycke, or I cutte lytell 
peoee from a thynge. je coypelle."— 
Palsgrave. 

Thy, prim, thine, 98 32 

Thymbil, sh. a thimble, 126 15 

Thymble, sh. 131 47 

Thytherward, ado. 31 14 

Thyvil, sh. a ladle, 126 17 

Ticke, sh. a young louse, 120 22 

Tickil, adj. ticklish, 129 14 

Tickil, r. to tickle, 128 16 



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353 



Tickle, adj\ touchyy 


OOL. 1 

121 


46 


Tickle, V. 


122 


6 


Tidye, adj. 


97 


28 


Til, t?. to till the ground, 


,123 


42 


Tilth, a^. tillage, 


130 


36 


Timbrel, ah. 


57 


12 


Timerouse, a^. 


226 


31 


Timorate, adi- timorous, 


4X 


24 


Ting, V, to ring, 


135 


40 


Tingil, V. to tingle. 


127 


17 


Tinkler, sb. 


77 


12 


Tinne, sb. 


133 


13 


Tip, sh, a ram, a tup, 


140 


18 


'* She watt nae get o*moorland tipi 


1 


Wi tawted ket, an* hainr 


hipa." 






Tip,f. 


140 


18 


Tippe of a staffe, sh. 


140 


16 


Tipple, V. to drink, 


141 


32 


Tirdil, 8b. a turd, 


126 


20 


••Tyrdyl, schepys dange. 


radoa 


» , 


Prompt, Parv. 






Tisick, Bh. consumption, 


121 


4 


Tit, 8b. little jade, colt, 


149 


4 


Tite, adv, quickly. 


151 


21 



<* He callit his marschall till him tyt" 
— Barbcufy quot. by Jamieson, 

Tite, as, — ^as soon as, 151 22 

"As tite, anon, ghostly, as ooon."— 
Jamifsan. 



Titil, 8h. a title, 


126 


32 


Titdl, v. to entitte, 


128 


20 


Title, 8b. 


152 


9 


Title, or titil. 


129 


41 


Titmose, «&. a titmouse 


, 149 


3 


Titmouse, «5. bird. 


225 


13 


Tittil, 8b. ape:ip, 


(124 
126 


15 
23 


Tittle, 8h. apex, 


150 


40 


To, prep... 


154 


36 


To, adv. too. 


IH 


38 


To and fro, adv. 


154 


39 


To day, adv. 


196 


35 


To morow, adc. 


196 


86 


To morose, 0dv. 


181 


15 



COL. Lnm. 

Todde, 8b. sixteen pound 

weight, 155 31 

" Tode of chGBe."^Palspmfe. 

**A tod of wool la qaantite do 28 

lirres de laine." — Shtnvood. 

"Eyery tod yields ponnd and odd 

shilling,— Winter's Tale,Act 4, 8C.3. 

Tode, «J. a toad, 156 23. 

Todestoole,«^. a toadstool, 161 17 

Toe, 8b. 154 14 

Token, 8b. 61 14 

Toller, 8b. a toll-collector, 73 7 

ToUerable, a^b'. 4 19 

Tongue, 8b. 167 4 

Tonguelesse, ad;\ 91 16 

Toole, 8b. 161 8 

Toope, 8b. a tone, 168 37 

Toord,«^.aturd, jJJJ J J 

Toothe, 8b. 178 42 

Toothed, great, adf, 213 17 

Toothlesse, adf. 91 15 

Topp, #5. 169 9 

Toppe, V. to top trees, 169 23 
** I toppe a tre, I cntte of the toppe.*' 
— Pa/strove. 4, 

Toppe of a thing, 8b. 169 10 

Toppil, V. to couple, 127 1 

Probably a misprint for coppU, 

Torche, 8b. 171 8 

Torment, 8b. 66 42 

Tormentil, 8b. herb, 128 40 

" Tormentylle, heo tonnentilla, e 

harba est."— CoM. Afig* 

Tome, paH. 172 25 

Tortoyse, 8b. 216 6 

Testable, adj. 3 I 

Teste, 8b. toast, 176 3 

teste, V. to toast, 176 9 

Tostpotte, 8b. a drunkard, 177 12 

Totter, V. 79 14 

Totty, adj. unsteady, 112 11 
**My bed is tottie of my swink to 
night"— CAfl«f^, Revis Tale. 

Touche, V. 216 40 

Tough, adj, 217 28 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Tould, paH. told, 


OOL. 

219 


LXHB. 

7 


Totde, fib, toll, 


218 


17 


Toule, to pay, 


218 


26 


Toule, to take, 


218 


25 


Toune, «J. 


220 


2 


Toure, fib, a tower, 


222 


27 


Tournament, %h. 


68 


13 


Toaraay, v. 


197 


15 


Toward, ado* willing, pliant, 3 1 


9 


Towe, fib. 8tupa, 


179 


84 


ToweU, sb. 


57 


14 


Towre, sb. a tower. 


73 


39 


Towse, V, to pull about, 


225 


6 


Toy, sb. 


214 


10 


Toyle, sb. 


214 


45 


Toyle, V. 


214 


47 


Trace for drawing, sb. 


6 


44 


Trace of a foote, sb. 


6 


45 


Trace, v. 


7 


7 


Tractable, adj. 


i! 


19 
31 


Tracte, sb. 


17 


Trade, v. 


8 


36 


Trade of teching, sb. 


8 


32 


Tradition, sb. 


166 


11 


Tragedie,'«5. 


96 


47 


Trampe, v, to make a noise, 1 8 


40 


Trance, sb. 


21 


13 


Tranquilitie, sb. 


110 


37 


Transforme, v. 


172 


14 


Transgresse, v. 


90 


26 


Transitorie, adj. 


107 


18 


Transome of a bed, sb. 






trabula, 


161 


44 



" Transome of a bed."— /Tk/^v/. 

Transverte, v. 82 36 

Trappe, sb. 27 12 

Trappe, v. 27 23 

Trappers, sb. trappings, 77 13 
Tratte, sb. trot, an old 

woman, 37 14 

" Come out, he sayd, thou olde very 
tnte," --CAastcfr, Frere's Tale, 

'* Out on the, ould trat, agit wyffe or 
dame." — D<mglas*s Virgil^ quot. by 
Jamieson, 



COL. unm. 

Travayle, sb. labour, 199 19 

Travayle, v. to labour, 199 30 

Travayle, to, countries, 199 31 

Trave, sb. a yoke, 42 33 

" Trave for to scho horse m"^CiUk. 
Ang. 

Travel, v. to labour, 57 42 

Travell, sb. work, 67 16 

Traves, sb. a yoke, 42 34 

<< Traves : a kind of shackles for a horse 
that is taught to amble a pace." — 
PkUlips. 

Trayle, sb. a sledge, 198 43 

Trayle, v, to draw, 199 6 

Trayne, sb. a retinue, 100 12 

Trayne, sb. deceit, 100 13 

" Trayne, a trappe— atrappe." — Pals- 
grave. 

Trayne, to, a cbilde, 200 30 

Trayterouse, adj. 226 33 

Traytor, sb. 170 46 

Traytorie, sh. 106 17 

Treacherouse, adj. 226 34 

Treacbery, sb. 106 18 

Treacl®'**- {205 27 

Tread, to, upon, 206 47 

Treade, v. 206 1 

Treageter, sb. a traitor, 80 36 

Treakil, sb. treacle, 126 24 

Treason, sb. 163 22 

Treasorer, sb. 80 35 

Treasure, sb. 192 42 

Treatable, adj. 2 42 

Treatie,«*. 110 38 

Trebbil part, sb. treble, 126 25 

Tree, sb. 46 22 

Trembil, v. to tremble, 127 40 

Tremble, v. 60 6 

Trembling, part. 137 17 

Trench, sb. 64 31 

Trench, v. 64 32 

Trendil, sb. a hoop, 126 26 
Trendle of a bed, sb, m<h 

hterumf 66 2t 



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Trendle of a mil, sh. wheel, 65 28 

Trendle, v, to trundle, 65 29 

TienBhony ah. fragffwntum, 164 29 

Tresorie, sb. 106 19 

Trespasse, v. 34 47 

Trewande, sh. a truant, 23 15 

Trewce, sh. a truce, 95 33 

Trewe, adf, true, 94 39 

Trewth, sh. truth, 96 5 

TriangiJ, sh. a triangle, 128 41 

Triangle, ah. 24 10 

Trihe, «^. 113 31 

Tributarie, sh. 106 20 

Tribute, sh. 196 10 

Tribute, v. 196 26 

Trick, sh. 120 23 

Trick, a4f. trim, 120 40 

** Trycke, galaunt or tryrame wenche. 
troBsola." — Huloet. 

Trick, V. to trim, 120 33 

Trick, V. to trip, 120 34 

Trickil, V. to trickle, 128 22 

Trickle, to, downe, 122 7 

TrifiU, «^. a trifle, 126 29 

Trifle, v. 128 9 

Tril, V. to turn round, 123 43 

"Tryllyn, or trollyn. yolvo." — 
Prompt, Pa^v. (see note). 

" I tryll a whirlygyg rounde aboute. 
je pirouette.**— /Wj^itw^. 



82 
3 
3 



Trim, V. 131 

Trimbil, v. to tremble, 127 

Trimble, t?. to tremble, 132 

Trimme, adj. 131 36 

Trinitie, sh. 110 39 

Trip, V. 140 34 

Tripartite, adj. 151 42 

Trippet, sh. 87 42 

Tristil, sh. a trestle, 126 28 

Tristle, sh. a trestle, 147 33 

Trivette, sh. 87 5 
Trod, sh. a path. A.S. 

irod, 155 32 

Trope, sh. 169 43 

Tn^caUy adj. 15 27 



Trot, sh. 176 36 

Trotte, r. 176 42 

Troubil, sh. a trouble, 126 30 

Troubil, v. to trouble, 128 23 

Trouble, «i. 216 26 

Trouble, f>. 216 28 

Troublouse, adj. 228 3 

Trough, sh. 217 24 

Troute, sh. flsh, 228 29 

Troute, sb. spear, 228 30 

Trouthe, sh. the truth, 230 9 

Trowe, t?. 179 46 

Trowell, sh. 57 15 

Troy, «5. the city, 214 11 

Truce, sh. 182 13 

Truckle bed, sh. 185 8 

Truell, sh. a trowell, 57 17 
Trul, sh. a worthless 

woman, 185 22 

Trullibubbe, sh, 181 36 

" A trullybub. aulioocia.**— Withals. 

Trumperie, sh. 106 21 

Trumpet, sh. 93 23 

Trumpeter, sh. 80 37 

Trusse, sh. a bundle, 193 27 

Trusse for hose, sh. 193 30 

Trusse, r. to load, pack, 193 28 

Truste, sh. 194 21 

Truste, r. 194 27 

Trusty, adj. Ill 14 

Tryfoyle, sh. trefoil, 215 8 

Tiyall, sh. 13 14 

Tubbe, sh. 181 85 

Tuffe, sh. a tufb, bush, 183 46 

Tuffe of haires, sh. tuft, 183 47 

Tufte, sh. 184 1 

Tugge, V. 184 29 

Tugges of a cart, sh. 184 25 

Tugwith, sh. a sledge, 150 33 

Tuit, sh. a lapwing, 149 35 

Tuition, sh. 166 12 

Tumbil, r>. to tumble, 127 14 

Tumulte, sh. 187 39 

Tumulte, v. 187 42 

Tuncell, sh. advohdoriumf 57 18 

Tuneable, adf. 2 14 



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Toimey $b. 


OOL. 1 

188 


UKX. 

33 


Tony, sb. fish. 


102 


27 


Tuppe^ sb. a ram. 


189 


37 


** A tnppe. Wc aries,"— < 


7a/k. Ang. 


Torbet, »h. 


93 


24 


Torbntte, ib. a tnrbot, 


195 


28 


Turfe, fj. 


190 


38 


Turke, sb. 


191 


8 


Turkie, $b. Tartary, 


98 


45 


Tome, ib. 


191 


13 


Tume, V. 


191 


18 


Turpentine, ih. 


139 


40 


Turret,*^. 


93 


25 


Turtle, sb. 


192 


2 


Tush of bryerB, ib. 


a 




bushy tuft. 


193 


38 


Tushe, tnterf. 


193 


42 


Tushe of heyree, sb. 


a 




tuft, 


193 


39 


" TuBko of heer. monoeau 


decheteulx." 


— Palsgrave, 






Tushe of thomes, ib. 


a 




tuft, 


193 


40 


Tushe of trees, tib. a tuft, 198 


41 


Tuske, %b. 


194 


7 


Tutche, r. to touch. 


182 


30 


Tutchstone, %b. 


168 


22 


Tute, to, in a home, oor- 




nucin^e, 


196 


4 


Tutor, sb, a tutor. 


77 


14 


Tutsan, sb. a herb, 


20 


38 


<* Tutsan, tutsan, park-leavee 


(an 


herhy—Co/grave. 






Twangue, v. to sound. 


23 


47 


« To twang as the string 


of aninstru- 


meaV* •-'MiHsAeu. 






Twane, a4f- two, 


19 


6 


Twayne, adf. two. 
Twelfth, adf. 


200 
59 


41 
5 


Twelve, adf. 


59 


12 


Twenteth, ad;\ 


88 


36 


Twentie, adf. 


112 


I 


Twig, sb. 


118 


45 


Twig, V. to beat, 


119 


4 


Twine, v. 


139 


21 



Twinaes, •&. 133 15 

Twinter, $b. a beast two 

year's olcU AJL twy- 

wtnUTf Tl 16 

**Fine twinteria britnyt be, as was 

And tSs mony swine, and tidy qwyis." 
—Douglass Virgil^ qnot. by JawUeson. 

Twoo, Oj. 154 29 

Twybil, %b. b^ntSj 126 31 
Twjhle, sb. bip&nnis, 113 44 

"Twybyl, wryhtys instroment. bisa- 
onta, biceps." — Prompt. Patif. 

"A twibill, wherewith carpenters do 
make mortaiaes. bipennis." — Bantt. 



Twygge, V. to dress Tines 


,119 


5 


Twyn, V. to divide, 


133 


22 


Twynkle, v. 


138 


36 


Tyce, V. to entice. 


114 


45 


Tyde, sb. 


116 


47 


Tje,v. 


108 


42 


Tyger, sb. 


77 


8 


Tyke, sb. a dog, 


122 


25 


Tyle, sb. a tile. 


m 


I 


Tymber, sb. 


77 


9 


Tyme, sb. 


132 


29 


Tympan, sb. a timbrel. 


20 


39 


''Tymphan instrument of mnsyke. 


tympaniun.'*— /&Am^. 






Tynder, sb. 


77 


10 


Tynfoyle, sb. 


215 


7 


lynker, sb. 


77 


11 


Tynsell, sb. tissue cloth, 


57 


13 


Tynsil,«^. 


125 


33 


Type, to, a ball— to toss, 141 


47 


Typpet, sb. 


87 


41 


Typpil, V. to tipple, 


128 


18 


Typstaflfe, sb. 


9 


24 


Tyrannie, sb. 


102 


26 


Tyrannouse, ad;. 


226 


32 


Tyrant, sb. 


25 


21 


Tyre, v. to tire, 


78 


6 


Tythe, v. 


152 


5 


Tytle, f , to entitle, 


152 


10 



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367 



COL. LTHB. 

TJdder, sh. 74 2 

T^gely» «<&*• ngly, 100 86 

Ugged, a<&. unsightly, 49 20 

Umbrayd, «>. to upbraid, 197 84 

Tlnabasheid, adj. 49 46 

Unable, a^\ 2 11 

TTnadviAod, adf, 49 45 

TJnagreable, a^. 4 32 

TTnamiable, oej^'. 4 83 

Unbaahfol, adf. 186 9 

Unbearded, adj. 49 47 

Unbeautifie, r. 98 18 
Unbeautifid, oi;^'. not beau- 

tifid, 186 10 

Unbeleving, a^. 137 2 

Unbend, to, a bow, 65 18 

Unbidden, adf. 62 6 

Unblamed, <^. 50 1 

Unblamefiil, o^'. 186 11 

Unblondie, adj. 97 34 
Unbone, v, to bone, to 

take out bone, 168 25 
Unbould, adj, timid, 219 15 
Unbound, adj. 221 12 
Unbragging, adj. 137 3 
Unbrigbt, adj. not bright, 1 19 46 
Unbroken, adj. 62 6 
Unburden, v. 61 39 
Unburden, v. to unburden, 1 65 3 
Unburse, v. to disburse, 19} 42 
Uncbast, a^\ 36 27 
Unchearfal, adj. 186 16 
Uncle, Bh. 189 5 
Undeane, a^. 208 40 
Undipped, adj. 50 3 
Uncomed, a^\ uncombed, 50 5 
Uncommended, pa/rt. 50 6 
Uncommodiouse, adj. 226 38 
Uncompanied, part. 50 7 
Uncomparable, adj. in- 
comparable, 4 34 
Unconstant, o^'. incon8tant,26 13 
Unconvenient, adj. incon- 
venient, 69 12 
Uncoyned, adj. 50 4 
Unction, sh. 166 26' 



Uncunning, adj. unskilftil, 137 4 

Uncurable, adj. incurable, 3 46 

Uncured, part. 50 10 

Uncuriouse, adj. incurioui,226 40 

Uncurtiouse, adj. 226 39 
Uncustomable, adj. un* 

wonted, 4 35 

Uncui«tome, v. to disuse, 162 16 

** I nncoBtome, I leaTe of 
I was wonte to use. 
tame."-oPa^^7tnv. 

Undecked, part. 
UndeMed, part. 
Underlay, v. 
Undermyne, v. 
Undemeth, prep. 
Underset, v. 
Understand, v. 
Undertake, t^. 12 85 

Undigest, part. 92 42 

Undiligent, atij. 69 13 

Undoe, v. 154 26 

Undoone, part. 168 41 

Undoubtful, adj. 186 13 

Undyed, part. 50 11 

Undyned, part. 50 12 

Uneasie, a^. 108 39 

Uneath, adv. hardly, 213 28 

''Uneath may she endure the flintr 
gtreets."— 2 JC. Hy. VL act u. 8C 4. 

Uneathe, adj. difficult, 213 27 
Unelegant, adj. indegiant, 26 15 
Undoquent, adj. 69 14 

Uneth, adj. difficult, 89 44 

" Scantly, hardly, uneth."— ^ar^ii 



a tbyng that 
je ^esaiBons- 


50 


8 


50 


9 


197 


19 


140 


1 


88 


46 


98 


36 


23 


18 



Unequall, adj. 


15 


30 


Uneyident, adj. 


69 


15 


Unexpert, adj. 


82 


44 


Unfaythful, adj. 


186 


14 


Unfearful, adj. 


186 


17 


Unfethered, adj. 


50 


13 


Unfitte, adj. 


150 


9 


Unfould, V. 


210 


12 


Unfruteful, adj. unfruit- 




full. 


186 


18 



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INDBX OF EMOLISH WORDS. 



Ungentil, adj. 129 

Ungodly, adj. 100 

TJngranted, part. 50 

TJngrateful, adj. 186 

TTngrationae, adj. 226 

Unhard, adj. Boft, 31 

Unhatefull, a^. 186 

Unheedfol, adj. 186 

TJnhonest, adj. dishonest, 92 
Unhomed, a^'. 60 

Unhospitall, adj. inhos- 
pitable, 
Uii^OYable, adj. 
TJnhurtfol, adj* 
TJnicorne, $h. 
TTnion, ah. 
Uniyersall, a^. 
Universitie, so. 
Unjoynct, v. to disjoin, 
Unjoyne, v. 
TJnjuste, adj. 
TJnkent, o^'. untaught, 
TJnkily sh. an uncle, 
Unknowing,a4^'. ignorant, 137 
Unkydde, adj. unknown, 116 
TJnlawM, adj- 186 

ITnlayd, part, unplaced, 197 
XTnleamed, adj. 
Unlettered, adj. 
Unlevened, aqj. 
Unliberall, adj. 
UnlLght, adi* not light, 
UnHke, adj. 
Unlikingjflw^*. displeasing, 137 
Unloveable, adj. 4 

Unloving, part. 137 

Unluckye, adj. 99 

Unmanerly, adj. 100 

Unmaried, adj. 50 

Unmatche, adj. unmatched, 38 
Unmerciful, adj. 186 

Unmindfal, adj. 186 

Unmingled, adj. 50 

UnmoTeable, adj. 4 

Unnaturall, adj. 15 

Ufmoble, a^. ignoble, 155 



15 

8 

186 

172 

166 

15 
110 
215 
215 
194 

67 
126 



50 
50 
60 
15 
119 
122 



25 
36 
14 
26 
41 
12 
27 
19 
33 
15 

31 
47 
21 
30 
13 
32 
41 
36 
23 
33 
19 
33 
5 

13 

22 

38 

16 

17 

18 

33 

47 

41 

6 

1 

7 

4 

38 

19 

22 

23 

24 

20 

2 

34 

4 



UKX. 

21 
22 
84 

3 
14 
25 

9 
16 
23 
24 

4 
25 
26 
42 

27 
36 
32 
6 
28 
29 
42 



Unordered, part. 50 
Unpaeifyed, part. 60 
Unpacke, v. 6 
Unpalpable, adj. impalpable, 4 
Unpatience, sh. impatience, 64 
Unpaynfiil, adj. 186 
Unperfect, adj. imperfect, 48 
Unpleasant, a^\ 26 
Unpleased, part. 50 
Unpolished, adj. 50 
Unportable, adj. 4 
Unpra3rsed, part. 50 
Unprepared, adj. 50 
Unpretiouse, adj. 226 
Unprobated, part, disap- 
proved, 50 
Unprofitable, adj. 4 
Unproper, adj. improper, 83 
Unproude, adj. inglorious, 217 
Unprovided, adj. 50 
Unpunished, adj. 60 
Unpurse, v. to disburse, 191 
Unreasonable, adj. 4. 37, 38 
Unrebelliouse, adj. 226 44 
Unredie, adj. 97 35 
Unreligiouse, adj. irre- 
ligious, 226 45 
Unremediable, adj. 4 40 
Unremovable, adj. 4 41 
Unremoved, part. 60 30 
Unrenowned, a^. 60 31 
Unrepared, part. 60 32 
Unrevoked, part. 50 33 
Unright, adj. wrong, 120 2 
Unroote, !?. 178 34 
Unruly, adj. 100 39 
Unsaverye, adj. 107 21 
Unsayd, ^or^. 197 37 
Unsaylable, adj. unnavi- 

gable, 4 15 
Unsatiable,a(^'. insatiable, 4 43 

Unsemely, adj. 100 40 

Unshaken, ^r^. 61 44 

Unahamefast, a^'. 36 7 

Unshamefdl, adj. 186 12 

Unshifty, adj. Ill 26 



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359 



OOL. UKK. 

Unshome, |Mir^. 172 37 

VuBkilfuR, adf. 186 28 

Unsoked, part, 50 34 
TJnsooth&ist, adf. nn&ith- 

fol, 36 8 

TJnsowedy part 50 35 

Unspeokled, a^f. 50 36 

TJnspeedM, adf. 186 20 

Unspent, ad/, 67 20 

Unspotted, adj. 50 37 

Unstable, adf. 2 10 

Unstopped, adf. 50 39 

Unsted&ist, a^'. 36 9 

Unsteired, at^^ unstirred, 50 38 

Unstriden horse, $b. 61 46 

Unstriken, a^\ 61 45 

Unsuffering, adf. 137 8 

Unsapped, part. 50 40 

Unsure, IK&-. j jg g 

Unsweapen, adf, in/ormts, 61 47 
Unswome, /Mir^. 172 38 
Untamed, part. 50 41 
Untasted, part. 50 42 
Untaught, part. 45 5 
Untested, part. 50 43 
Unthankfull, adf, 186 31 
Unthatched, part. 50 44 
Unthought, part. 217 37 
Unthrifty, adf. Ill 24 
Untilled, part. 50 45 
Unto, /?r^. 154 37 
Untollerable, a4f. intoler- 
able, 4 44 
Untome, part. 172 39 
Untouched, part. 51 14 
Untractable, adf. 4 20 
Untraded, part. 50 46 
Untreatable, adf. 4 21 
Untrembling, jw^. 137 9 
Untrewe, adf. untrue, 95 24 
Untricke, a^'. unhand- 
some, 121 28 
Untrimmed, |i0r^. 51 1 
Untroden, adf. 62 1 
Untroubled, adf. 51 2 



OOL. 


LIHB. 


51 


3 


96 


6 


50 


47 


131 


32 


140 


7 


4 


22 


51 


11 


4 


45 


51 


8 


51 


9 


107 


22 


51 


10 


28 


39 


51 


5 


137 


10 


186 


83 


97 


22 


51 


4 


137 


11 



51 6 



Untrnssed, atff. 

Untruth, sb. 

Untryed, adf. 

Untrym, adj. 

Untwyne, v. 

Untymeable, adf. 

Unused, part, 

Unvariable, a^f* 

Unyaried, at^\ 

Unvewed, part. 

Unyoluntane, adf. in- 
voluntary, 

Unvowed, part. 

Unware, a^'. unwary, 

Unwatred, adf. 

Unwavering, adj. 

Unwaystful, adf. 

Unwealdy, <k&'. 

Unweaponed, a^'. 

Un weeting, adj. ignorant, 

Unwembc^tfu^'.unspotted. 
A.S. un-wemmedy 

*'Thoa take mankynd of ane un- 

wemmyt maid, 
Indent within ane vimnis boaom 

glaid." 
— Dou^aii Virgil^ quot by Jamieson. 

Unwight, aty. weak, 120 3 

UnwilfuU, a<&'. 186 29 

Unwilling, adf. 137 12 

Unwillingly, adv. 100 42 

Unwoful, adj. 186 35 

Unwollen, a^\ not wooUen, 62 2 

Unworthy, adj. 112 14 

Unwowed,|Mir^. •mftf^t^tM, 51 12 

Unwrapped, ^Mir^. 51 13 

Unwritten, adj. 62 3 

Unwrought, jJor^. 217 38 

Unwysely, adv. 100 41 

Unwyved, part. 51 7 

Upon,^^. 164 Zb 

Upright, adf. 120 1 

Uprore, sh, an uproar, 174 37 

Upwarde, ado. 30 20 

Urbane, adf. 19 25 

Urbanitie, tib, 110 42 



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360 



IMDBX OF BNOU8H WOBSX. 



Ure, to put in, —to use, 193 17 
**I lire one, I accnftnine hym to a 



Urge, r. 


190 


47 


Urgent, adf. 


67 


21 


Urinall, sh. 


15 


35 


Use, tb. 


194 


38 


Use, t;. 


194 


41 


Usher, ih. 


77 


23 


Usurie, sh. 


106 


26 


Usurpe, r. 


191 


25 


Utensile, adf. useAil, 


129 


26 


Utile, adj. useM, 


131 


18 


Utter, r. 


78 


35 


Utterance of speech^ sb. 


22 


17 


Utterance of sale, ib. 


22 


19 


^tta-lj, adv. 


100 


44 


• 
Vacant, a^\ 


25 


41 


Yale, sb. a Tallej, 


17 


13 


Valeriane, sb. a herb, 


19 


20 


Yalew, $b. Talue, 


95 


9 


Valew, V. to value. 


95 


21 


Valte, sb. a vault, 


16 


35 


Valte, V. 


16 


40 


Valyant, «^* 


26 


11 


Vamsh, v. 


144 


30 


Vanitie, sb. 


110 


43 


Vanne, v. 


20 


19 


Yanquiah, v. 


144 


31 


Vapor, sb. 


170 


47 


Vapor, V. 


171 


4 


Vapoure, sb. 


223 


30 


Vapoure, v. 


223 


42 


Variable, adf. 


3 


42 


Variance, sb. 


22 


13 


Variouse, adf. 


226 


35 


Varlet, sb. 


87 


32 


Vary, v. 


106 


34 


Varye, a^\ various, 


107 


19 


Vault, sb. 


44 


10 


Vault, V. 


44 


11 


Vaunt, V. to boast. 


25 


4 


Vayle, sb. a veil. 


198 


44 


"Vayle. yAxmr •- ffuioet. 





ooL. um. 

Vayne, sb. a vein, 100 14 

Vayne, adj. vain, 200 42 

Veale, sb. a veil, 207 23 

Veale, sb. a caU; 207 26 

('Yetl ufled to denote a ealf/'— 
Jamieson. 

Veale, sb. meat, 
Veawe, v. to view, 
Vehemence, sb. 
Velvet, sb. 
Vendible, adj. 
Venemouae, a^* 
Venerable, adj. 
Veneriall, adj. 
Venerie, sb. 
Ven^;eance, sb. 
Veniall, adj. 
Venim, sb. venom, 
Venison, sb. 
Vent, sb. 
Vent, V. 
Venter, v. 

Venym, v. to envenom, 
Verb, sb. 
Verball, adj. 
Verdingale, sb. 
«AT6rdingale. hemicycUmn." — Baret. 

Verifle, v. 98 17 

V^riment, sb. verity, 68 15 

Verlotte, sb. a varlet, 177 13 

" Verlet, or starke kD&re.'^—J/tOoA 

Vermilion, sb. 164 31 

Vermin, sb. 134 18 

Vemish, sb. varnish, 144 10 

Vemirii,!?. 144 40 

Verse, sb. 82 19 

Versickil, sb. a little verse, 1 28 43 

Vertue, *^. 95 10 

Vertuonse, adj. 228 5 

Verven, sb. yirbenAy 61 15 

" Vervaine : this herbe groweth in rude 
places, about hedges and wals, it is 
of a drieng power, yerbena." — 
Baret, 



207 


24 


213 


47 


96 


27 


87 


11 


114 


6 


228 


4 


3 


43 


15 


36 


106 


23 


22 


15 


15 


28 


131 


4r 


164 


30 


66 


7 


66 


20 


77 


32 


131 


44 


81 


9 


13 


34 


17 


25 



Very, adj. 



107 20 



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Verytie, «4. 

Vestment, sh. 66 

Vestrie, ah. 106 

Vesture, «^ 192 

Vetche, ah. moa, eanaueiudo, 88 



04 

13 

28 

114 

114 

171 

106 

228 

94 

126 

22 

26 

131 

80 

19 

102 

226 



Vewe, V. to view, 

Viall, ah. 

Vicare, ah. 

Vice, ah. a player, 

Vice, ah. sin, 

Victor, ah. 

Victorie, ah. 

Victoriouse, adf. 

View <rf things, ah. 

Vigil, ah. 

Vigilance, ah^ 

Vigilant, adf. 
-VUe, ad;'. 
♦.Villager, ah. 
4 ViUane, ah. a Ixmdman, 

ViUanie, ah. 

Villanonse, a^f^ 

ViUayne, ah. a bondman, 201 

Vine, ah. 

Viner, ah. 

Vintner, ah. 

Violable, at^'. 

Violence, ah. 

Violet, oi^'. 

Viper, ah. 

Virgin, ah. 

Virginall, ^h. 

Virginitiej;*^. 

Visitation, «i. 

Visor, ah. a vizor, 

Visored, ad;. 

Visonre, ah. a vizor, 

Vitall, ah. 

Vitall, ad;. 
• Vitayle, ah. victuals, 

Vitayle, v. to cater^ 

Vitiouse, adf. 

Vocation, ahl 

Volontarie, adf. 

Vomit, ah. 

Vomit, V. 



COL. UMK. 

110 44 
44 
24 
23 
28 
84 
15 
36 
37 
38 

1 
25 

7 
22 
32 
14 
12 

8 
38 
21 
28 
37 
25 
14 
19 
20 
32 
13 
43 
21 
19 
29 
40 
25 

2 
44 
31 
16 
42 
22 
32 

6 
24 
23 
37 

6 



139 

77 

77 

3 

•64 

93 

77 

134 

15 

110 

166 

171 

49 

223 

13 

13 

199 

199 

228 

166 

107 

149 

150 



OOL. unit. 

Vowe, ah. 179 35 

Vowe, V. 179 47 

Vowell, ah. 57 19 

Voyce, ah. 214 24 

Voyoe in election, ah. 

soffirage, 214 25 

Voyde,a^*. 214^ 29 

Vo3rde, v. 214* 30 

Voyder,«J. a butler's tray, 77 22 

Wache, V. to watch, 5 46 

Wachet, adf. dapple gray, 93 42 

<< Wachet oouloure. scutnlatas color." 
—Hidoet. 

Wadde, A. woad. A.S. 

wad^ 7 43 

"Wad, or wode, for lyrtorys."— 

Prompt, Parv. 
"Wad an herbe wherewith doth is 

died blue."— ^tfr#r. 

Wade, t?. 

Waffer, ah. a wafer, 
Wag, V. to move or shake, 
Wage, V. to hire. 
Wage, tO) battle, 
Waged, pa/rt. hired, 
Wageling, ah. a meroe- 

Wager, ah. 
Waghalter, ah. a rogue, 

"Babion. a trifling, budOi or crafty 
knave, a crack-rope, a wag-halter, 
unhappy rogue, wretchleis yillain." 
^-Cotgrave. 

Wagon, «J. 163 45 

Wagstarte, ab. bird, 33 42 

Wagtayle, ah. bird, 199 20 

Wale, r. to wail or weep, 17 16 

Walke, ah. 16 12 

Walke, V. 16 15 

Wall, ah. 12 45 

Wall, V. 13 2 

Wallet, ah. 88 24 

Wallop, r. 169 34 

Walnutte, ah. 195 30 

Walowe, V. to wallow, 181 12 



8 


37 


77 


24 


10 


25 


10 


47 


11 


1 


48 


47 


136 


32 


77 


25 


80 


39 



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OOL. LtlTB. 

Wan, sh. pale, 20 21 

Wande, sb. 22 46 

Wander, v. 79 2 

Wane, v. to wean, 19 9 

Wanhope, th. a fiedse hope, 170 4 

**That fab man by dissaitftill wordis 
fiEure 
With wanhope tnunpet the wofoll 
luflfare." 
— Douglases Virgil^ quot by Jamieson, 

** And here now I male bringe in the 
foolyshe wanhope .... of some 
UMirer .... who castyng^ foorth 
one halfepeny of all hit enl gotten 
roods, will straight thinke that 
the whole hoorde of his former 
mislyfeis at ones forgeren him." — 
Ckaloner's Aforia. Enc» 

Want,«^. amole. A S.t('a»i,24 42 

Want, ih, lack, 24 43 

Want, V. to lack, 25 5 

Wanton, bI. 164 33 

Wappe, t^. to shake, 27 24 

Warant, v. 25 33 
Wardayne, sb. a warden 

pear, 201 15 

Warde, nb. a pupil, 30 2 

Warde, sb, a prison, 30 3 

" A ward, a gaole, a prison." — Baret, 

Warde, v. 30 6 

Warded, part. 49 26 

Warden, sb, a pear, 61 2 

Wardeyne, sb. a pear tree, 201 16 

" Wardon tree, poyrier. — Warden 
frute. poire a cuire." — Palsgrave. 

Wardin, sb. a warden pear, 1 34 20 

Wardrope, sb. a wardrobe, 170 6 

Wardship, sb. 140 43 

Ware, ad^\ wary, pmdent, 28 33 

Warish, sb. a brawny skin, 1 44 11 

Warish, f>. to bronze, 144 41 

'*! warysshe, 1 recoyer my helth after 
a sycknesse or dannger. je me garis. 
This terme is nowe lytel used, 
thonghe Lydgate ha& it often."— 
Palsgfave. 

Warke, sb. ache, 32 1 



COL. LIKS. 

Warme, adj. 32 35 

Warme, v. 32 34 

Wame, f . 32 42 

Warp, to, an egge— to lay, 33 6 

Warp, to, as wodde, 33 7 

Warpe of a web, sb. 33 1 

Warrant, sb. 25 22 

Warre, sb. 29 21 

Warre, v. 29 27 

Warreyner, sb. vivarius, 80 41 

Warrior, sb. a warrior, 80 40 

Warte, sb. 33 28 

Wartie, adf. Ill 44 

Wartwayle, sb. an agnail, 199 21 
"Awertwale. pterygium." — Witkais. 

'^Wartweil, the name giren to the 

«kin above the nail inien fretted." 

.—-Jamieson, 

Wary, v. to corse, 106 35 

** I warrye, I banne or curse." — Fais^ 
grave. 

Was, V. 34 39 

Wase, sb. a pad, 36 41 

" A wase or wreath to be laied under 
the Tessell that is borne upon the 
head \a women use, a wisp, cesti- 
cillus."— ^a/rf. 



:» 



35 
36 
36 
38 
38 
171 
20 



) (74 



Waspe, sb. 

Waste, sb. consumption. 

Waste, V. 

Watche, sb. 

Watohe, v. 

Watcheworde, sb. v 

Watchman, sb. * 

Water, sb. 

Water, to, fish, 
Water, to, ground. 
Water, to, an horse, 
Waterie, ad^\ 
Watte, sb. a hare, 
<< Watte and haxeJ'^JMoei. 

Watthe, sb. a ford, 38 

Wattle, sb. a rod, 38 

" A billet of wood."— yamiesm. 



77 
77 
77 
107 
37 



35 
21 
26 
9 
18 
19 
40 
23 
18 
40 
39 
41 
24 
15 

40 
26 



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OOXm LllVB. 

Watfle of a hog, ab. 88 27 

<* Goitrous, waddles, or wattles, the 
two littie and long excrescences, 
wluch bang teat-like at either side 
of tiie throat of some hogs."— CV?/- 

Wattle, to, a house, 38 33 

** Wattle a house, cratio, whyche is a 
maner not used but where thacked 
houses hfir-^Huloet. 

Wave, V. 42 42 

'< I ware, I wagge up and downe."— 
Palsgrave, 

Wavering, o^f. 137 18 

Wawe, to, as a cat— to 
caterwaul, 45 40 

" Houaller. to yawl, wawl, to cry out 
aloud." — Coigrave* 

Waxe, ah. 46 10 

Waxe, V, to increase, 46 11 

Wayge, ah. hire, 197 42 

Wayge, v. to hire, 197 46 

Wayge, to, battail, 198 1 

Wayke, adj. weak, 198 21 

Wayle, v. to bewail, 199 7 

Wayment, v. to lament, 67 10 

"Waymentyn, or waylyn. lamentor." 
— Prompt* Pafv, 

Wayne, ah. a cart, wain, 100 15 
Wayne, to, a diilde, — ^to 
wean, 200 31 

•' I wayne a ohylde firom soukyng."— 
Palsgrave, 

Wayne, to, lambes — ^to 

wean, 200 32 

Waynscotte, ah. 177 14 

Waynscotte, v. to board, 177 18 

Wayse, «&. a pad, 203 13 

Waystof body,«*. atrophy,203 25 

Wayste, ah. a girdle, 203 27 

Wayste, ah. loss, 203 24 

Wayste, v. to waste, 208 28 
Wayste, to, in substance, 

— ^to pine away, 208 29 

Wayster, ah. 76 8 



COL. 


XJKX. 


186 


32 


204 


3 


204 


4 


204 


5 


203 


43 


204 


15 



206 45 



Waystfull, adf. 
Wayt, to, for one, 
Wayt, to, upon one, 
Wayt, V. to spie, 
Waytes, ah. musicians, 
"Way ve, v. to wag, 
Weak of a can^e, ah. 
the wick, 

<< Weke for candels. meobe, limignon.' 
— Palsgrave, 

Wealdy, adj. wieldy, 
Weale, v. to choose, 
Weanable, adj. 
Weane, to, a chylde, 
Weane, to, lambes. 
Weapon, ah. 
Weare, v. to wasto, 
Weare, to, on, 
Weane, adj. 
Weate, ah. wet, 
Weato, V, to wet, 
Weave, f>. 
Webbe, ah. 
Wedde, ah. a pledge. 



97 


21 


207 


35 


2 


28 


208 


35 


208 


36 


164 


34 


209 


44 


209 


43 


107 


25 


212 


20 


212 


29 


213 


38 



47 1 

48 31 



« Wedde or thynge levyd yn plegge." 
— Prompt. Paru. 

Wedde, v. to marry, 48 34 

Wedding, ah. 136 35 

Wedge, «^. 51 42 

Wedge, V. 51 46 

Wedlocke, ah, 159 4 

Wee,iwo». 46 23 

Weede, ah. 52 17 

Weede, v. 52 30 

Weeke, ah. 54 26 

Weele, rf. 59 24 

'^Kasse. a wicker leap or weel for 

Ween, v. 69 33 

Weepe, v. 70 19 

Weete, adj. wet, 89 21 

Weetingly, ado. 100 45 

Wefte, ah. woo^ 52 45 

'* Wefte. bee trama."— CViM. Ang, 



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Wei^t, sh. 


OOL. 

53 


LUIS. 

34 


Wei^y, 04;. 


111 


2 


Wei, to, iron— to forge, 






caste, 


55 


14 


"W«Uyiigeof metel. ftisio/ 
Afv, 


*^Prompt. 


Wei aday, itUnj, 


196 


42 


Wei away, intmy. 


196 


43 


Welk, 9l. a fiah, , 


68 


26 


Welkin, th. the air. 


134 


21 


Well,**. 


55 


2 


Well,a<fo. 


65 


17 



Welti V, to overturn, 69 1 

Welt, p. to fall down, 59 3 

Welte, 8h. border, 68 43 

Welth, sh. wealth, 69 6 

Wemh^ ih. a spot, 69 46 

"Wemme, or spotte. macula." — 
Pfompt, Parv, (see note). 

Wenoh, 9h, a girl, 64 32 

Wenne, sh. an ezoresoence, 60 34 

Went, <3. a lane, 66 18 

Wenyant, fib. in mahm 

crucem^ 25 23 

** WlUti a waiiion, an inpreoatioD sig- 
nifying with a GOX^**^-ffallkvelL 

WeBbe, 9h. urine, 91 31 

''Wash, wesche— Btala mine/' — 
niesoH. 



Wesil, 9h. a weasel, 126 34 

West, Bh. 91 47 

Westeme, adj. 82 12 

Wesyll, 8h. a weasel, 211 89 

Wet, t;. 89 18 

(75 2 

77 27 

WeTil, 8h. a malt worm, 125 44 

" Weyyl or malte boode. g^uignlio," — 
Prompt, Parv. (see note). 

Weyghe, v. to weigh, 198 4 

Weyght, 9h. 198 10 

Weysand, sh. the gullet, 23 16 

"Wesannnt, of a beestys throte. 
ym>fagvm:*'^Pr<mpt. Parv. 



Whake, v. to quake or 
tremUe, 12 24 

" Whakynge, or qinkyng*. tremor." 

— Prompt. Parv. 
"Towbake. tremere.**— CVi/».-<4»^r. 
Whale, 9h. a fish, 17 17 

Whale, 8h. bird, 17 14 

"A bicwale or pale, -fireo, onis, 
didtar yel picas mardiM." — 
mtAals, 1568. 
"The bird oaUed a witwalL Tirw."— 
Bargf. 

What, pran. 87 28 

Whatway, adv. 197 3 

Wheale, th. a swelling, 207 25 

<< A little wbeale or blister, puatola." 

^Baref. 

Wheate, th. 212 21 

Wheaten, adf. 62 36 

Wheele, sb. 69 25 

Whelk, »b. a swelling, 58 25 

"Wbealke, or blayne. pt^ola." — 
Huloet. 

Whelp, %b. 58 35 

Wherby, ad/o. 96 14 

Where, ado. 84 15 

Wherefore, ado. 174 44 

Wherle, tb. a whiil^ 81 33 
'< A wberle or wbeme that women put 

on their spindles, spond^lns.^ — 

Baret, 

Wheme, th. molatrinOj 81 40 
"Wbode or wherne for a q^indle. 
gpondilus."— /^»A;«/. 

Wherof, ado. 156 48 

Wherto, adv. 154 40 

Wherve, th. whirl of a 

spindle, 88 5 

<* A wherye or where to pnt a spindle 

on."— 5j*^«»«i/. 

Whette, V. 86 15 

Whick, adj. quick, alive, 120 36 
Whig & whay, A. A.S. 

hw<Bg, 118 46 

" Babeurre, whig, or butter-milk.**— 
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Whin, ih. a bramble, 133 14 
"A whin, ramnus." — Batff, 



Whine, v. to cry like a dog, 139 23 


Whirle, v. to turn ronnd 


, 142 33 


Whistil, V. to whistle, 


128 24 


Whistle, th. 


124 33 


White, adf. 


161 20 


Whitherwarde, ath. 


31 16 


Whole, adj. 


161 1 


Whordome, sh. 


162 1 


Whore, sh. 


174 19 


Whorle, sh. vertmUum, 


171 44 


" Whorlwyl of a spyndyl. 
•wliorie). vertobrum." 


(whorwhil, 
— Pfompt. 


Parv, 





Whorle, r. to whirl, 171 46 

**I whorle, I make a noyse, as the 
wynde dothe."— /li/f^tfvtf. 

Why, ade. wherefore, 98 33 
Whyer, sh. a quire, 209 27 

Whyrle, sh. 142 31 

"A whirle of a spindle." — Minsheu, 

Whyrry, sh. a wherry 

boat, 106 27 

Wliysper, v. 79 16 

Whystle, sh. 147 34 

Whystle, v. 147 36 

Whyt, sh. 149 5 

**A whit, or little deal, nne goutte.'' 
— ShefTOood, 

33 
3 
26 
26 
24 
36 
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Whyting, sh. fish, 136 
Widie, sh. the witdi hazel, 116 

Wicker, sh. 77 

Wicket, sh. 87 

Wight, sh. 119 

Wight^ adj. strong, 119 

"Wyght, or strong. 
grave. 

Wigion, sh. bird, 164 36 

Wike of the eye, sh. 122 24 

Wil, sh. voluntas, 123 26 

Wil, A. testammUum, 123 26 

Wil, V. vsOe, 123 44 



Wildemesse, sh. 86 33 

Willing, i>flr^. 136 47 

Win, v. to conquer, 133 23 

Wince, v. 134 40 

Winche, v. to wince, 134 37 

" I wynche as a horse dothe. je 
regymbe.** — Palsgrave. 

Winde, sh. 136 2 

Winde, v. 135 7 

Wine, sh. 139 16 

Wing, sh. 136 31 

Winke, <;. 138 25 

Winning, sh. gains, 136 28 

Wish, «5. 143 44 

Wish,!;. 143 47 

Wit, out of, 160 8 

Witchcraft, sh. 9 34 

Witche, «*. 150 21 

Wite, V. to blame, 161 17 

<* I wyte, I blame or put one in fkulte. 
je enconlpe." — Palsgtave. 

With, «3. a withe. A.8. 

wi^ig, 150 30 

With,i>r^. 150 34 

Withdraw, v. 46 47 

Withstand, v. to resist, 24 9 

Withwind, sh. herb, 136 12 

" Withwinde herbe. cassutha." — 
Huloet. 

" Woodbinde, binde-weede or withie- 
winde, because it windes about 
other plantes.*' — Minsheu. 

91 17 

86 34 

90 27 

152 43 

134 23 

136 13 

97 31 

219 20 

34 6 

226 16 



WiUesse, 
Witnesse, s\ 
Witnesses v. 
Wive, V. to marry, 
Wodbin, sh. woodbind, 
Wodbinde, sh. 
Woddie, adj. woody, 
Wodfould, sh. 
Wodgarth, sh. 
Wodhouse, sh. 
Wodpenie, sh. herb be- 
tony, 



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OOL. LDCS. 

Wodwarte, sh. a forester, 33 43 

*• Wodewarde, or walkare in a wode 
for kepynge. lucarius."— /Vww/^. 
Parv. 

Wodwesse, sh, the herb 

woad, 85 35 
Wodwoese, »h. the herb 

woad, 175 87 
Wodyeard, sh. 210 23 
Woe, sh. 154 15 
Woff, to, like a dog, 156 40 
Woftofaweb,«5. 157 11 
Woful, 04; . 186 34 
Wolfish, ad/. 146 8 
Wolhouse, sh. 225 22 
Wolworke,*^. woolwork, 171 39 
Woman, sh. 20 41 
Womanhead, sh. woman- 
hood, 206 18 
Womanlike, adf. 122 46 
Wonder, sh. 77 7 
Wonder, t>. 79 11 
Wonderclout, sh. 228 46 
Wonderful, a<&'. 187. 18, 23 
Wone, sh. a dwelling, 168 11 
Wone, good, sh. plenty, 168 23 
Wone, evil, sh. scarcity, 168 24 

"Woone or grete plente. copia, 
haibundukmai."'-~Prom/t. Parv. 

Wonne, v. to dwell, 162 43 

"Wonon or dwelle. maneo, habito." 
— Pfompi. Parv. 

Wonning, sh. a dwelling, 136 30 

"Wonynge, or dweUyoge. manBio." 
— Prompt. Parv. 

Wood, sh. lucuSf 155 35 

Wood, sh. lignum^ 155 36 

Woode, adj. mad, 156 9 

*' Woode, or madde. amena, fiirioaiiB, 
inaanug."— /Vww/^. Parv, 

Woodknif, sh, 118 28 

*« Woodeknyfe. gUdiolni."— ^«^rf. 

Woodwarpe,**. a forester, 33 9 
Woofe of a web, sh. 157 25 



COL. Liirs. 

Woollen, aij. 63 2 

Worde, sh. 171 15 

Worke, sh. a performance, 171 35 

Worke, sh. labour, 171 36 

Worke, v. 171 40 

Worke, any, 171 41 

Workemanship, sh. 141 8 

Workhouse, sh. 225 15 

Workman, sh. 20 39 

Workmanly, ado. 100 47 

World, «J. 171 47 

Worldly, a^. 101 1 

Worme, sh. 172 6 

Worme-eaten, aij, 63 3 

Wormye, adj. 101 44 

Wome,iwir<. 172 26 

yTom^ on, part. 172 27 

Worse, adj, 173 5 

Worship, sh. 140 44 

Worth of a thing, sh. 1 74 2 

Worthie, <k^*. 112 13 

Worthy, adj. 98 34 

Worthy to be heid, 98 39 

Worthy to be loved, 98 38 

Wote, I,— I know, 178 12 

Wound, ^. 220 41 

Wound, V. 221 2 

Woven, fl^r*. 62 37 

Wowe, V. to woo, 180 1 

" To wowe. petnlari, procarL" — Caik. 
Ang. 

Wower, sh. a wooer, 73 40 

" Woware, or he )>at wowyfhe. procus." 
— Prompt. Pafv. 

Wrangil, v. to wrangle, 128 2 

Wran^e, v, 24 7 

Wrappe, v. 27 25 

Wrath, sh. 38 46 

Wrathe, sh. 39 23 

Wrathful, adj. 187 11 

Wrayste, v. to wrest, 203 30 

Wreake, v. to revenge, 207 4 

Wreath, sh, 213 23 

Wreck, v. to revenge, 54 15 

Wreck of y« sea, »*. 54 11 

Wrenne, sh. a bird, 60 35 



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Wrest for an instrnment, 9b. 92 2 

Wrest of y« hand, 9h. 92 1 

Wreste, v. 92 6 

Wrestil, v. to wrestle, 127 31 

Wretch, sh. 88 80 

Wretched, adj. 49 28 

Wright, »b. a carpenter, 119 25 

Wrine, r. to cry like a pig, 1 39 24 

Wring, V. 135 41 

Wrinkle, ah. 138 34 

Wrinkyt r, to wrinkle, 128 7 

Writ, Bh. a writing, 149 7 

Write, V. 151 18 

Writh, 9h. a wreath, 150 31 

" Tone, a wreaih, also a 
wrinch, writhe."— C«5g>ww. 



Written, part. 
Wrong, atfi. 
Wrongful, adf. 
Wrongue, %h. a wrong, 
Wroote, V. to rout, 
Wrote, I, 
Wrothe, a^j* 
Wrought, part. 
Wrynkle, v. 
Wrytche, «>. a wretch, 
Wryter, tib. 
Wulfe, %h. a wolf, 
Wyde, adj. wide, 
Wyer, %b. wire, 
Wyfe, %b. a wife, 
Wygge, tib. a cake. 



62 38 

167 7 

187 12 

167 6 

178 36 

178 13 

177 40 

217 36 

138 37 

150 22 

75 29 

187 31 

117 12 
73 27 

118 23 

119 2 

" Eschaud^. a kind of wie or symiiel, 
feshioned somewhat Uke a nart, a 
three-cornered aymnel." — Cat- 
grave. 

Wylde, adf. 130 16 

Wylding, A. fhiit, 136 34 

<< Wildinffe aple, or crabbe. arbutum." 

Wyle, Bh. 131 2 

Wylfdl, adj. 186 4 

Wyll, if. 131 7 

WyUowe, »*. 180 32 

Wylye, adj. 100 46 



OOL. LDTS. 

Wymble, bI. an auger, 132 1 

" Wymbyl, or persowre. terebellum." 

— Prompt. Parv. 

*^A wimble, or anger, terebra," — 

Baret. 

Wymple, bB. a muffler. 

A.S. winpel, 132 14 

""V^nnple for a none, guymple." — 

Wyndie, adf. 97 

Wyndlappe, Bh. lingula, 27 

Wyndlasse, Bh. 34 

Wyndowe, Bh. 180 

Wynewe, v. to winnow, 95 

" Wjnewynge wythe wyynd, 
tOacio."— /^ 



33 
29 
43 
36 



-Prompt. Patv. 



Wynie, adj. winy, 
Wynning, <i. victory, 
Wynter, Bh. 
Wynter, v. 
Wype, V. 

Wysarde, Bh. wizard, 
Wysdome, Bh. 
Wysket, ah. a basket, 
Wyt, Bh. wit, 
Wyther, v. 
Wythhould, v. 
Wythout, prep. 
Wythout dore, adv* 
Wytty, adj. 



Yard of a house, Bh. 
Yane, Bh. to yawn, 

" Janyn, or gapyn. 
Parv. 

Yame, ah. thread, 
Yarowe, Bh. herb. 



102 
136 

77 

79 
141 

31 
162 

87 
149 

83 
219 
229 
229 
112 

210 
19 



43 

29 

18 

16 

46 

8 

2 

23 

6 

28 

13 

7 

8 

6 

18 
10 



\ao:*— Prompt. 



32 
180 



41 
37 



<< Jarowe, myllefoyle, herbe for nese 
blederya. miUefolium." — Prompt, 
Parv. 

Yea, adv. 204 27 

Yeardofabeast,«^.^mt«,210 19 

Yeard measure, Bh. 210 17 

Yearde, Bh. 210 16 



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Yeaie^a. 209 29 

Years, oldfam^— ancient, 211 11 

Yedde, v. to chid6| 48 85 

Tec, pron. 46 24 

Yeeld, v. 59 36 

Yeerelv, adv. 101 2 

Yel, si. a cry, 55 8 

Yd, r. 55 15 

Yelowe, at^. 181 16 

Yes, adv. 84 40 

Yesterday, ah. 196 87 

Yet, 1^'. 86 20 

Yette, to, metal, 86 16 

**To jett ftukdere, toBun.^—CatA, 
Ang, 

'' Jetyagt of meteUt at bellyi, pamys, 
pot^ an4 other lyke. fuiie." — 
Prompt, Patv, (see note). 

Yew tree, t5. 94 20 



Yoman, %l. a yeoman. 


OOL. 

20 


UXB. 

42 


Yonderway, 


197 


7 


Yong king, %h. 


167 


25 




167 


26 


— - boy, %l. 


167 


27 




167 


28 


gooee, %h. 


167 


29 




167 


30 


Yongue, udj. yonng, 
Yool, A. Christmas, 


167 


22 


161 


9 


Yore, M^. before, 


174 


34 


Yorke, %l. 


171 


87 


Yimr,pr<m. 


222 


83 


Yoathe, ah. 


230 


10 


Zeele, sh. 


59 


26 


Zele, 17. to be zealous, 


59 


32 


ZodiiAke, sh. 


12 


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