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THE RECORD INTERPRETER. 




THE '^ 



RECOED INTERPRETER: 



A COLLECTION OF 



ABBREVIATIONS, LATIN WORDS AND NAMES 



USED IK 



ENGLISH HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS 
AND RECORDS. 



COMPILED BT 

CHARLES TRICE MARTIN, B.A., F.S.A., 
/// 

LATE ASaXSTAITF-KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC BE00BD8. 



SECOND EDITION. 



LONDON : 

STEVENS AND SONS, LIMITED, 

119 & 120, CHANCEEY LANE, i^ 






/// 



PREFACE. 



The present volume is really an amplification of the Appendix 
to the ninth edition of Wright's '' Court Hand Restored," 
which I brought out in 1879, with the addition of a list of the 
abbreviated forms of Latin and French words used in English 
records and manuscripts. 

Several such lists have been published at various times, the 
most used, perhaps, in England being Chassant's " Dictionnaire 
des Abreviations," and the list in the fourth volume of the 
" E-egistrum Palatinum Dunehnense," edited by the late Sir 
Thomas Duifus Hardy in the series of " Chronicles and 
Memorials." 

This latter, however, being merely a portion of the preface of 
a historical book, is not so well known nor so convenient for use 
as if it occurred in a book devoted to information of this class. 

I have endeavoured also to justify the printing of another 
such list by arranging the abbreviations in such a manner as to 
facilitate the finding the word wanted. In some lists this is not 
easy, unless one knows what the word is in full. 

The principle acted on has been as follows: — Letters with 
marks of contraction attached to them, represented by a single 
type, are separated from the same letters printed in the ordinary 



vi Preface. 

way. The order thus is — the letter followed by a letter ; the 
letter followed by a sign ; the letter with a sign attached. 
For instance, in the vowels the order is as follows : — 

e.g.^ E : ea, eb, ec, to ez ; 
then — 03, ef , e^, ejs ;* 
then — e, e. 

In the consonants, e.g., N : na to nz ; 
then — n^, nf , n^, n^ ; 
then — n, n, S. 

In the letter C, 9 follows 8. 

In the letter P, the order of contracted forms is p^, p, p, p, p. 

In the letter Q- : q, q, q. 

Superior letters — that is, letters printed above the line— are 
considered in the arrangement as if printed on the line in the 
ordinary way. 

In manuscripts such letters often have contraction marks 
added to them, but it is impossible to represent these in type, and 
an apostrophe has had to do duty instead, as prin'', principalu. 
In a manuscript the / would be struck through. 

According to the correct principles of writing, the mark of 
contraction in a word should be placed over a letter after which 
letters are omitted, or over a letter before and after which 
letters are omitted, as pr, pnter ; dna, domina ; fct, fevit ; appllat, 



* These marks of contraction, being separate types, are arranged 
before those which are attached to the letter, in order to keep such 
forms as cf°3, debj, g^, mop, p3, S0I3, su^, t3 distinct from 9fo3, 
deb3, g^, mo|, p3, 8013, su^, 13. 



Preface. vii 

appeilat ; but such forms as pr, dna, fct, appitat, sometimes 
occur, perhaps from carelessness on the part of the scribe. Some 
of these false forms are inserted, but by no means all, so that if 
any word occurring in a manuscript is not at once found in the 
list, it should be looked for under some other form containing 
the same letters of the alphabet, but with different contractions. 
The marks of contraction used in printing are intended to 
represent the typical forms of the contractions used in manu- 
scripts, and necessarily appear more formal and uniform than 
those which may vary with the caprice or carelessness of a 
scribe. 

Their signification is as follows: — 

— means m or n following the letter thus marked ; e.g. i, in ; 
onis, omiii.'i ; omis, omniii ; dfipna, damptia ; dampa, dampna. 

^ either over a short letter or through a long letter means 
the omission of some single letter not m or n, or of more 
than one letter either after, or before and after, the letter 
thus marked. 

e.g., a, ac, apud ; as, aUas. 

dhs, dominus ; caria, cr/r//w/w ; icisy/Mtis. 
ipe, ipse. 
poita, posita. 

'^ means <»/•; e.g., ir^, inter ; fru, /erram. 
re; e.g.,^,prce. 
ir; e.g., serue, sertnre. 



viii Preface. 

f means is ; e.g., forf , foris. 

es ; e.g., oiiif, omnes ; C)tf, competenien. 

Or sometimes merely the ending of a word; e.g., 
inff , infortunium. 

^ „ us; e.g., i'pi^, ipsius; us^, versus. 

OS ; e.g., p^tea, postea. 

ost ; e.g., p^, post. 
3 „ us ; e.g., c^\hj„ quibus. 

et ; e.g., Iic3, licet. 

ed ; e.g., 33, sed. 

Added to q it means quia, and sometimes que, or 

quce, though these last two words are more 

correctly written q^. 
Occasionally it stands for que, as abs), absque, and 

in some MSS. for m or almost any final letters ; 

as bo3, bonitatem ; err''3, errorem. 

^ „ rutn ; e.g., aia?, animaruni ; bato?, beatorum. It is 
sometimes used in the middle of a word, as 
compere, commipere. 

ram ; e.g.. Alienor, Alienoram. 

ras ; e.g., lib?, libras. 

res ; e.g., Windesop, Windesores. 

ris ; e.g., Gonquesto^, conquestoris ; lih^, libris. 

9 „ cum ; e.g., 9, cum. 

com; e.g., 9p, computus. 

con; e.g., cf-, contra. 

cog ; e.g., cnouit, cognovit. 

The marks attached to the letter P are as follows : — 

T^, per, par, por ; e.g., ]^sda., persona ; cji^ei, comparet ; ^ta., porta. 
^, prcB, pre ; e.g., pses, prresens ; supmns, suprenms. 



Preface. ix 

^, pro ; e.g., peereSy procerfis ; i^^^e, improprie. 

p indicates the omission of almost any other letters than those 

mentioned above; e.y., pea, poxiea ; pa, pcena ; pcta, 

puncta ; p^&,papa. 

The marks attached to the letter Q are as follows : — 

q, usually quod, but also used for quce, quam, qup^ quo, and 

followed by other letters qui, as qd, quid ; qb^, quibm. 
q, qucB, que, qu^m, and as part of a word it has very various 

meanings, as qela, querela; qntum, quantum; qone, 

qucestione ; qppe, quippe. 
q., means que. 

A superior letter indicates the omission of two or more letters 
of which this is one ; e.q., q°s, quos ; cUo, cireulo ; cap\ capitnli. 

A point below a letter indicates that it should be deleted, and 
points under or inverted commas over two words indicate that 
they ought to be transposed ; e.g., et " p thro " it, et item pro 
themuro. 

Many words will be found in this list which do not conform 
to the principles here stated, but they have been found in MSS., 
and inserted accordingly. 

As a rule the nominative case of nouns or adjectives is given 
as the meaning, as ft, filiua ; and sometimes the case most 
frequently met with, as fr, Francanim ; but this does not exclude 
other cases as well. 

The glossary does not preteud, as no glossary can, to take 
the place of a dictionary, where the meanings of words are 
discussed, and quotations given to explain theii' use ; but still it 



X Preface. 

is hoped that it will be found useful, although the information 
contained in it is given in a rather abrupt form. 

This second edition contains a number of words not included 
in the first, which have been noticed since that edition was 
printed. 

Many words have been found in printed editions of records 
and other MSS., where I have been unable to consult the 
originals, and though the meaning of the word may be clear, it 
does not follow that the spelling is correct ; in fact, in many 
cases I feel certain that the editor has made a mistake in 
copying, though I cannot suggest the right reading with any 
certainty. 

In the case of words used in classical as well as mediaeval 
literature, the classical meaning is not usually given, as it may 
be assumed that any one using this book would know it. It 
must not, however, be taken as excluded. For instance, galea is 
inserted as meaning " galley," but it is also used with the older 
meaning of '" helmet." Similarly ala means " wing " as 
often as " aisle." It will be noticed that sometimes the mean- 
ings given for Latin words are almost inconsistent, but it must 
be remembered that the period covered by the glossary is several 
centuries. Words already current were used for new inventions, 
especially when what they once signified had become obsolete. 

The list of Latin names of places in England contains most 
of the names which a student of history is likely to require, but 
of course it might be very much enlarged by adding the Latin 
names of a great many villages and hamlets which are merely 
formed from the English names. 



Preface. xi 

No attempt has been made here to settle the disputed attribu- 
tion of Boman stations, but rather to give the places for which 
their names have been used in later times. 

Many of the place names and surnames have been found in 
classes of records which contain documents in both languages 
referring to the same case, like the Chancery Proceedings, in 
which bills and answers are in English and writs in Latin. 
Some of the Latin names in these are due to the ingenuity of 
officials or clerks, who inserted what they imagined to be a 
translation of an English word, of the history and meaning of 
which they were totally ignorant — such as Ventus Morbidus for 
Windsor, and de Umhroaa Quercii for Dimoek. Latin inscriptions 
on brasses, tombstones, and other monuments, many of the 
sixteenth and later centuries, have afforded many very curious 
specimens, the English names being supplied by other sources 
of information. 

It is woi^th noticing how many surnames " assimilate a ver- 
nacular origin," to use a phrase of which my honoured school- 
master, Thomas Hewitt Key, was very fond. For instance, 
names ending in Latin in ril/a and in French in vi//e^ are often 
found in later English with the termination Jie/d or ire/l, as de 
Strata villa, Streatfield; de Berevilla, Berewell. Similarly, 
LotharinguHy Le Lcyreynv, becomes in the course of time Lorriner, 
or Lorimer, the English equivalent of Lorimarim, a harness 
maker. Other cases are Longfellow and Littleboy, whose 
ancestors were Longueville and Lillebois. 

Many surnames taken from the places where their owners 



xii Preface. 

lived, are not included in the list of surnames, but will be found 
among the list of places. 

In the list of Christian names there are several blanks in the 
second column. These are opposite to Latin names which I 
inserted in mj list, hoping some day to find them in English, 
but that day has not yet come ; so, confessing my ignorance, I 
leave the blanks for some more learned or more fortunate person 
than myself to fill up. 

There is another matter of which there is no mention in the 
first edition, but an explanation may be of some use to those 
who are not already familiar with it. 

In accounts of the period when Roman numerals were used, 
an arrangement of dots is often found in the margin, of which 
the following is a specimen : — 



These were apparently put down while the accountant was 
making a calculation, and afterwards the amount which they 
represent, inserted in the proper place in Roman numerals. 
Their meaning is as follows : 

The perpendicular lines mark the division into pounds, 
shillings and pence. 

Dots on the line count as units. 

Dots below the line count as units. 

Dots above the line on the left hand side in the pound and 
shilling colimins, count for 10. 

Dots above the line on the right hand side in the pound and 
shilling columns, count for 5. 



Preface. 



xui 



Dots above the line on the left hand side in the pence cjolumn 
count for 6. 

A fourth column stands for farthings. 

These are examples from accounts dated between 1530 and 
154U : — 



= 1/. 10«. 



= 14/. b«. 3rf. 



= 21. 4«. Sd. 



= U. 16.V. 4A</. 



= 2/. 9«. 2d. 



= 21. 9.?. Id. 



_ 1/. 5«. 9t/. 



= 1/. ^H. Id. 



= 1/. 7s. 2d. 



April, 1910. 



C. T. M. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



■♦■ 



PAGE 

ABBREVIATIONS OF LATIN WOEDS USED IN ENGLISH 

RECORDS - - 1 

ABBREVIATIONS OF FRENCH WORDS USED IN ENGLISH 

RECORDS - - - - - - - 164 

GLOSSARY OF LATIN WORDS FOUND IN RECORDS AND 
OTHER ENGLISH MANUSCRIPTS, BUT NOT OCCUR- 
RING IN CLASSICAL AUTHORS - - - - 177 

LATIN NAMES OF PLACES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND 

IRELAND - - 345 

LATIN NAMES OF BISHOPRICS IN ENGLAND - - 423 

LATIN NAMES OF BISHOPRICS IN SCOTLAND - - 424 

LATIN NAMES OF BISHOPRICS IN IRELAND - - 425 

LATIN FORMS OF ENGLISH SURNAMES - - - 429 

LATIN CHRISTIAN NAMES WITH THEIR ENGLISH 

EQUIVALENTS 451 



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A LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS OF LATIN WORDS. 



A. 



A. Alanm, Alberfus, Augustinus 


abbi abbati. 


and other Christian names 


abbia abbatia. 


beginning with A; quin- 


abbi* abbatissa. 


genti. 


abbisse abbatisscB. 


a. ad^ a Ha. 


abbs abbas. 


a» alia, aliqua, animUy antiphona. 


abbte abbatem. 


a*m aliamy aliquam, animam. 


abbtf abbatis. 


a^ndo aliquando. 


ab'='° ablatio. 


a** aliaH, animas. 


abdiiic abduxerunt. 


a*3 aliam. 


abi abinvicem. 


a*x aliarum, aliquarum, anima- 


abla° ablatio. 


rum. 


ablat ablatores. • 


d^ aliam. 


abta° ablegatio. 


abb*m ahhatem. 


ablo ablatio^ absolutio. 


abb*8 abbates, abbatis. 


abtom ablationem, absolutionem 


abbatib} abbatibu^s. 


ab°^ absolutione. 


abbassa abbatissa. 


abnep abnepos. 


abb'^ abbatis. 


abn abnepos. 


abbta abbatissa. 


ab" absolutio. 


abbut abbuttanty abbuttantes. 


absotd absolutio. 


abb abbas. 


absq^ absque. 


abba abbatissa. 


absti* abstinentia. 


abbe ahbate, abbatissa>. 


abst° abstractio. 


abbes abbates. 


abst* abstulit. 


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abst abstractum. 


accn accidentia. 


abs3 absque. 


acc°^ actione. 


ab^* abstracta. 


accomodat accommodatum. 


ab**" absolute. 


aceomodau accommodavit. 


ab*^ absolutus. 


acc^are accusare. 


a^lSis abbatis. 


ace accipe. 


abto absolutio. 


acca accidentia. 


d^n^ absentia. 


accat accusat. 


abnciu absentium. 


accaf accusatur. 


alSne absolutione. 


accdn^'^ accidentalis. 


a'bfiia absentia. 


acce accipere. 


abte abbatem. 


accit accidit. 


A. C. ^wwo Christi. 


ace™ accensum, accusativum. 


a<=* aliqiM. 


accma acerrima. 


ac* «cm. 


accn* accidentia. 


ac*^ ffcras. 


accn^'^" accidentaliter. 


ac*i acrarvm. 


accns accidens. 


aec* accidentia. 


accnte accidenfe. 


aQQaies accidentales. 


accn"* accidentalis. 


ace*t accidentalis. 


accnf accidentaliter. 


accepim^ acceperimus. 


acco axicusatioy actio. 


accep accepit. 


aecoP} accusationibus, artionibus 


acc'^scit accrescit. 


accom actionem. 


acc^'ut acceperunt. 


a''' alictii. 


accede accendere. 


ac^* acr?«. 


accP} accidentibus. 


ac°^ actum. 


accid."^" accidendo. 


a*'" aliquo. 


acci'^° accidendo, accipiendo. 


ac° «c)'«o. 


accipe accipere. 


acq'etare acquietare. 


accip accipere, accipit. 


acq'etacia acquictantia. 


acci'" accidenta liter, accipitur. 


acq're acquirere. 


acci* accidens. 


acq''" ncquisitum. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



acq' ncqw'refur, acquiritur, 

acf acra. 

ac* accidens, a eras. 

acti*' octkitatis. 

act"* actum. 

act"^ actualiter. 

actu"* actualiter. 

act w^w, actum. 

acta aetiva. 

acte actione. 

aetm act hum. 

actoib} actionihus. 

ac"* aetiva. 

ac"^ activus. 

ace accipere. 

ac*^^ accidentah's. 

acm a cram. 

acns aeeidena. 

ac** ffc^jV). 

ac**^' actionem. 

acs flfcrffs. 

acu «c^M. 

acu^ acernus. 

A. D. ^««o Domini, ante diem. 

a'^ aliquid, aliquod, aliud. 

ad** advocat. 

ad*^ adhiic. 

ad^** advocat. 

addico additio. 

additafhtu addita mentn m . 

addi'" additamentum. 

addit additianem. 



adduxat adduxerat. 



adduxut adduxerunt. 

addo addendo, additio. 

addr addit ur. 

add} adderet. 

adee adesse. 

adee adessem, ad^.ssent. 

adh*' adhuc. 

adh adhuc. 

adfiendo adheerendo, adhihendo. 

adfinda adhibenda. 

adfint adhibent. 
I adhr adhibetur. 
•■ ad tire ad hi here. 

adiac adjacens, adjaeet. 

adiudic adjudicatur, adjudicatuH. 

adiu*® adjuvante. 

adiuice adinvicem. 

adi adinvicem. 

a. d. k. ««Y^ rf?>w kalendarum. 

adm 1 stro m admin istrationem . 

adm administranfc, adminis- 
tratio. 

adms'at^ admensuratm. 

adnep adnepos. 

adn'af^ adnihilatur. 

adn^ adnihilet. 

adolend adolendum. 

adop^ adoptivus. 

adq'etare adquietare. 

adq^et adquietatio. 
adq^re adquirere. 
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adq^sico adqumtio. 

adq^ta adquisita. 

adq® adquisitus. 

adqetaco adquidatw. 

adqsiuit adqumrif. 

A. D. R. Anno Dominic(e Re- 

surrectwnis. 
ad** adminisfrata. 
ad*" animadverte. 
ad*'** administmtnra. 
aduoeaco advocatio. 
aduocat® advocatus. 
aduocau advocavit. 
aduoco advocatio. 
aduo*"* adrocatus. 
adu adventum, advocatio. 
adu"^' advertendum. 
adusa' adversarii. 
adusi*® adversitate. 
adusit adversitatem. 
aduso adverso. 
adus^ adversm. 
adute admrtere. 
adlaco adulatio. 
adstrand adniinistrandum. 
adt adest, adesnet. 
adtor administrator. 
a® alicB. 
A. E. C. Anno Emmanuelis 

Christi. 
aeccta ecclesia. 
aecctsiola ecclesiola. 



aecta eccksia. 

aed fBdes. 

a®m aliquem. 

aff* affirmativa. 

affcm affectum. 

affco affectio. 

aff' affidavit. 

affidau affidavit. 

affid affidare, affidavit. 

afP'mat affirmatum. 

affir^f affirmatur. 

aff'^* affirmativa. 

aff° affirmatio. 

affra affirmativa. 

aff* affidavit. 

aff® affirmatus. 

aff affidavit, and other parts of 

the verb. 
aff afferatorcH. 
afid affidavit. 
aft affidavit. 
ag"^' agendum. 
agd agendum. 
ag®g*a aggregata. 
ag*'m aggregatum. 
aggari aggr atari. 
aggHf aggravatis. 
agg^3 aggravet. 
agg^'di aggrcdi. 
aggtu aggregatum. 
ag' «^r?. 
ag™ agrum. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



agnictm agniculum. 


a'q, aliquod. 


agfi Agnes, agnus. 


a'q* aliquam. 


ag° agro. 


a'q*r aliqualiter. 


ag*'* agros. 


a*qa aliquam. 


ag°sce aynoscere. 


a'q aliquam. 


ag"" agitur. 


a'qdo aliquando. 


ag agit, agistaios. 


a's aliquis, acris. 


agd agendum. 


a** animalis, assists. 


agdr aggreditur. 


aisnec aisnecca. 


agm agrum. 


aia anima. 


agnd agendis, agendum. 


aiadutend animadvertendum. 


ags ff^yis, Augustus. 


aiat animal, and its cases. 


Agsti Augusti. 


aia^ animarum. 


agt a^/MW^. 


ftie animce. 


ag*°® aggravatos. 


aii animi. 


agdr aggreditur. 


aim animum. 


age ff^ere. 


aio animo. 


ag'g^u aggregatum. 


ais a/iis, animis. 


ah archiepiscojn. 


Q.v' animus. 


a' a/j'i?", alicui, aliqui. 


a. k. fl«fe halendas. 


a'a anima. 


a^ animal. 


a'c* aliqua. 


Alan Alanus. 


a'c* alicui. 


Alb Albertus. 


a*c^ alicujus. 


aF a/iwrf. 


a'd aliquid, aliud. 


aid aldermannus. 


a" «/«. 


aldm aldermannus. 


a'm animum. 


aldran aldei-mannus. 


a'q*8 aliquas. 


Alex Alexander. 


a'q=*ten^ aliquatenus. 


al^ rt/«4i. 


a*q' aliqui. 


alio" fir//eM». 


a'q'd a/iquid. 


alicui^ alicujus. 


a^q's aliqui^. 


alic a/Mr»». 



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alifi aliquando. 


alt alienator, allegatur, allegoria. 


alio^ aliorum. 


altnt allegant. 


aliq* aliqua. 


altta allegata. 


aliq'^m aliquam. 


alm^ almus. 


aliq*r aliqualiter. 


a^nos alienos. 


aliq*8 aliquas. 


a}q° aliquo. 


aliq^'tlo aUqnantulo. 


alqr aliqualiter. 


aliq^d aliquid. 


alti'' altitudine. 


aliq" aliquo. 


alti^* altitudine m. 


aliq°c aliquotiem. 


alta"" alteratur. 


aliq^ aliqualiter 


alto alteratio. 


aliq**" aliqualiter. 


alt «/^er. 


aliqua aliquam. 


alta altera. 


aliqa aliqua. 


al^ais alteratiouis. 


aliq' aliquid. 


al?i^ alteriuH. 


aliq aliqua^ aliquod. 


altm alterum. 


aliqd aliquid^ aliquod. 


alt} alterum. 


aliqu alioquinj aliquando. 


aluis aluminis. 


a"® annualin. 


Alued Akeredus. 


alif aliter. 


at a/eas, aliquis, aliua. 


alit fl/i'^er. 


ata «/«?. 


alib} animalibus. 


atas a/«i?6'. 


aR'^o' allegatio. 


aid fl/m</. 


alle^t'' allegatur. 


ate animale. 


allec allecis. 


ati a/«i?. 


alle'^' allegandum. 


. atia animalia. 


allegac allegationem. 


atib} animalibus. 


Allex'" Alexander. 


ail allegator, allegoria. 


allocaco allocatio. 


atta alleluia. 


allocef allocetur. 


attauit allegavit. 


allocuco allocutio. 


aito allegatio. 


alloc allocatio, allocutio. 


ahn animalium. 



Latin Abbreviaiians. 



atnes altitudines. 


Ang^^ Angliee. 


aln aUqnando. 


^jjgiUar' anguillarum. 


ato alio, aliquo. 


Anglo? Anglorum. 


atq"" aliquo modo. 


ang*^ angelus. 


atr aliter. 


Angt Anqlia, 


ats alias. 


Angtr Anglorum. 


att' ff/jYer. 


anglo^ angelorum. 


a™ ahum, animum, annum, argu- 


angt angelis. 


ment um. 


angt^ angelorum. 


a.m. antio inundi. 


an^af^ annihilatur. 


am** amodo. 


an"^ annualis. 


amo"" amovetiir. 


an'i'i angelum, angulum. 


amou amocerunt. 


anto annulo. 


amoue amovere. 


ann. antws. 


aniouut amoveruut. 


ann^e annonw. 


amp^ ampliuH. 


annuer annuerunt. 


am^ amictus, amicus. 


anu annuatimy annus. 


am^d: amittendam. 


anq* anteqitam. 


am «//i^«, amicus. 


ant* antiphona. 


amat aiiimalia. 


antec antecedens, antecessor. 


amciam amerciamentum. 


antedcus antedictus. 


amtare amuntare. 


anteq^m antequani. 


amciam ameniameutnm. 


anteq* antequam. 


amciad^ amerciandus. 


anteq antequam. 


an. rtw^^-, antecessoris. 


antiq't^ antiquitus. 


a" a«^e. 


an*^'' antiquitus. 


an" antea, antiphona. 


ant** antecedente. 


ana* anatomia. 


antf antecedentis. 


anathm anathema. 


ant a«^e, antecessor. 


anc antecessoris. 


an? antecedenter. 


And Aneiegaviw, Aw/egacenses, 


an J antecessorum. 


Atidegacarum. 


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ail animalia, annus, ante, ante- 


apt aprilis. 


cessor, annon. 


apft appellavit, appulit. 


aiia ammalia, antea. 


apttaco appellatio. 


ancesso? antecessorum. 


apttat appellat. 


aficess antecessor. 


apttat^ appellatus. 


afic antecessor. 


aptti appeUari. 


aiidcus antedictus. 


apltm appeUuni. 


aiife'" antefertur. 


apt? apostolorum. 


aiiia animalia. 


a^pnum appellationum. 


anlo annulo. 


apo* apostema. 


an^' angelis. 


ap*"^® appositione, appellatione. 


aiio* analogia. 


apostts apostolus. 


aiiptta antepennltima. 


apo® apostolus. 


aiiq^m antequam. 


app*t appellat. 


anq*' antequam. 


app*^ appellandi. 


anrior anterior. 


app*^' appellandum. 


aiis antecedens. 


appelto appellatio. 


ante antecedente. 


appet appellatur. 


an? antecedenter. 


apped3 appendet. 


a** a/«o, a/eo moc?o, aliquo, anno. 


appesu appensum. 


a°d aliquod. 


appttator appellator. 


SiP° alio modo. 


appioe appellatione. 


a°^ «/^os. 


&^p^^ appellationem. 


a**t aliquot. 


a^ppnibj appellationibus. 


a°| aliorum. 


appfisu appensum. 


ap^ a/)^«. 


app° appellatio. 


ap^* apostolica. 


a^pponem appellationem. 


ap*^ Q'jOMt/. 


app^nes appellationes. 


apellaco appellatio. 


appoSe apponere. 


ap'® appellationis. 


appo"" apponitur. 


ap" apostoli. 


apposuer apposuerunt. 


ap^*^* apostolus. 


app^' appellatur. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



app*"® appellare. 

app* appellate apprehendit. 

app*'"^ appelhitur, appre/ienditnr. 

appat appareat. 

appat^ apparatus. 

app* appareutiam . 

appat appareant. ■ 

appen* apparentia. 

appet apparet. 

appicioi apparitioni. 

appn* apparentia. 

appns apparens. 

appnti apparenti. 

apptad apportandum. 

app3 apparet, apparent. 

app appelli, appenditiis. 

appciat appreciat. 

applaf appellatur. 

appllat appeJlat. 

appUois ap})eUationis. 

appltm appellum. 

appltois appeUationiH. 

appm appositicmem. 

appne appeUatione. 

appoem appositianem. 

appui apposui. 

app3 apparent, apparet,append^t. 

appciare appretiare. 

appciat appretiatum. 

apphii^3 apprehensionibus. 

appis appre/iensis. 

app^"^ apprehenditur. 



appa^* appropriaiione. 
appbad approbandum. 
appbtum approhatum. 
app'at appropriat. 
app'ati appropriat im. 
apppiqH appropinquat. 
appxi^t approximat. 
appxiat approximat . 
Apr Aprilis. 
ap* apud. 
ap**=' apostolicis. 
apti^ aptitadine. 
apti'^'^ aptitudinem. 
ap^ apostolus. 
ap|s apostolorum. 
apire aperire. 
aptu apertum. 
ap apud, apostolicus. 
apa apostema. 
apea apostolica. 
apd apud. 
aplau appelkivit. 
apli ajKtstoli, ajmati/Ii. 
aplica apostolica. 
apllaco appellatio. 
apllat^ appellatus. 
aplos apostotos, apostylos. 
aplo? apostolorutn. 
apF apostolicus, apostolus. 
apt apostolicum, Aprilis. 
app^ appensus. 
aps apostolus. 



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app'atu appropriatum. 

aq"' aqua. 

aq^js aqaarum. 

aq* aquani. 

aq^ aquce. 

aq's aquia. 

aqua aquam. 

aq* aquam. 

aq «g'e««, ag-wo;. 

aqm aquam. 

a^" aliter, aryuitur. 

ar**^ aryuat. 

arbat arbalistariun. 

arbo^ arborum. 

arbr arbiter. 

archid archidiaconus. 

archidatus archidiaconatm. 

archidis archidiaconis. 

archiepus archiepiscopua. 

archi"^ archidiaconi. 

arohio archidiacono. 

archipo archiepiscopo. 

arch archidiaconus, archiepits- 

copus. 
arcM archidiaconus. 
arehi archiepiscopi. 
arcti''' archidiaconi. 
arcHo archiepiscopo. 
arctioiiis archidiaconis. 
arclipo archiepiscopo. 
arcRs archiepiscopus, 
arctias archiepiscopus. 



arcub3 arcubus. 

arc areas, and its cases, archi- 
diaconus. 

arceps archiepiscoptcs. 

arded ardendum. 

ard archidiaconus. 

ard"^' archidiaconum. 

arestaco arestatio. 

arestaunt arestaverunt. 

arest arestaverunt. 

arg^ aryenti, aryumenti. 

gj.gm aryutnentum. 

argil aryenti. 

arg** aryumenta. 

arg*' aryumentum. 

argu^3 aryumentalibus, aryu- 
mentationibus. 

argu"^ aryumentum. 

ai^ aryentum, and its cases. 

argi aryenti. 

argatum aryentum. 

argnt aryenti. 

ar'dii archidiaconi. 

ar'dn^ archidiaconus. 

ar*' arbitrii. 

ar^° arbitrio. 

aripu arripuit. 

g^jjus articultis. 

ar°^ arbitrium, aryumentum. 

armatur armaturas. 

armig' armiyer. 



ar 



iJitum 



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ar""** archidUtconns. 

ar°' argumentum. 

ar® arbitrio, arguo. 

ar°*^ argumenttdione. 

arpend arpetuiium. 

arp arpendium. 

ai' argumentatur. 

arr" arreragia. 

arraiii arrainttwit. 

arrentat arrentatia. 

arrip nrripuit. 

arf arrahili^, arreragia. 

are* arsura. 

ar* arguit. 

ar^ argumenta. 

ar** argument i. 

arti^3 artificiaHbu>i. 

articlo articulo. 

arti^' artieulifi. 

ar*" argumento. 

art^ ariifex. 

ar*' aiticulis. 

art'^^'* articulvs. 

ar"^ arbitrium. 

af ara^, arant^ aranteSy arabant, 

arabatur, aratum, aratura^ 

amtm, articuha. 
ard"^* archidiaconi. 
ard archuliaconus, and its casets. 
ard"*' archidiaconum. 
aifep^ archiepiscopus. 
afgo armigero. 



argo armigero. 

aflus articular. 

arpbro^ «r6'/( ipresbyterorum . 

af*" argumentum. 

as. aasisa. 

a* a/tos, a/m, antecedeiis. 

a. 8. apostolice sedis. 

ascens aiscemsianis. 

asce**"5 ascena ionem . 

asin asinuif, and ita cufsea. 

as. mor. an. asaivi mortis aute- 
cessoriis. 

as. no, dis. assisa iuyc<B dissei^ime. 

asp'^t^ aapectiis. 

asptare asportare. 

asptaunt a>fportaceruut. 
\ aspcs aspecfus. 
I ass* asuim. 

ass*tus amgnatua. 

assc'bi adscribi. 

ass^ assisce. 

assens aacetusioniis. 

asses assessor. 

assed assent iendum. 

assid assedendum, assidendum. 
i ^ 
assie asstsa. 

assig*^ assignamus. 

assignatnr assignabitur. 

assig^ assignumas. 

assign assignatione. 

assiiat'' assimilatur. 

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assias assisas. 




atfii attachiari. 


assia& assisarum. 




a*™ annuatim. 


ass™ asmrtum. 




at" attamen. 


ass" assentio. 




atq. a^jMe. 


assoc associatis. 




att^ccom attractionem. 


ass^' assentitur. 




attacR attachietiir, attachientur, 


ass** assignata. 


' 


attachiandum,attachiamentum. 


ass" assensu. 




attacKi attachiamenti. 


assupcoe assumptionem 




attam attamen. 


ass^ assemus. 




att^^'' attrihuitur. 


ass assim, and its cases 


, assessor. 


att^''^ attributione. 


ass de m anc «s-62«« 


de morte 


attige attingere. 


antecessoris. 




att™ attractiim, attributionem. 


ass de n dis ass?^a <^e 


nova dis- 


att"* attamen. 


seisina. 




attorn attornatus, and its cases, 


ass n. d. c. assisa '«ot'e 


disseisine 


attornamt, and other parts 


cajjienda. 




of the verb attornare. 


assa assisa. 




a.W attribuitur. 


assdefef assedebatur. 




att attornatus, and its cases. 


assit asserit. 




at?"!ief attraheretur. 


assnsu assensu. 




attndd attendendum. 


assp"^ assumptum. 




attiare atterminare. 


ass'*' assentire. 




attmlat atterminata. 


asst adsunt. 




a**^ argumentum. 


assu assensu. 




at3 atque. 


assor assessor. 




a*' aliter. 


a* ««<^. 




a? autem. 


a** animata. 




atci? atrociter. 


atacll attachietur, attachientur^ 


ats ffc^Ms. 


attachiandum^attachiamentum. 


A.V. awwos «?«ar«Y. 


atacM attachmmenti. 




au^gellu attbergellum. 


athaccie? attachientur. 




auc^s auctoritas. 



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auc*^® auctore. 


aut** auctoritas. 


auc'^ aiictoritate. 


aut^ auctoritate. 


auc*' audontati. 


au**" auctor itat em. 


auctoHe auctorifate. 


aut*^ auctoritate. 


aucte auctoritate. 


autup autumpno. 


aud^" audiendo. 


au*} auctoritatem. 


audied audiendum. 


aut autem. 


audit" audituri. 


autn* autentica. 


audit™* auditurus. 


autnt*^ autentica. 


auditurf audituris. 


autpo autu/npuo. 


audiu audivit. 


auunct avunculus. 


aud*^ auditur. 


auuucF avunculus. 


aud audiatj audiendum, audit. 


auuncts avunculus. 


audituris. 


auucts avunculus. 


audia audienti/i. 


auucls avunculus. 


a"® affirmative. 


auucP avunculus. 


auer averia. 


auv^ flra«. 


aufer auferre, aufert. 


aux™ auxilium. 


Aug. Augustus, Augustimm. 


aux" auxtlio. 


augm° augmentatio. 


Bxjp amis, Augustimis. 


aug^is augmentationis. 


au ffu/, autem. 


aug*' augmentum. 


aupo autumpno. 


Aug^ August UH. 


auia averia. 


Aug^t^ Augustus. 


auio? averiorum. 


Aug Augustus, Augusfinus. 


au?e avertere. 


au'Mu aurifrisium. 


A. X. ^»»w Christi. 


aumtu aumentum [augmeutum). 


A. X'. ^««o Christi. 


au**"" auctor. 


ajsiamtu aysiamentum. 


aup autumpnali. 


a} a^'tftp. 


aurifr aurifrisium. 


a^ <7c/w«, ff/6M«, a/{'tf«, Augustus. 


aurs aures. 


Augustinus. 


austi*^ austerifate. 


aPna ausus. 



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ai aliorum. 


a ffc, «^, «?<^, autem, apud, ave. 


A 5000. 


annus, and its cases. 


abit ambit. 


. aalia animalia. 


ilbuton amhulationem,. 


aa*' animati. 


aMare amhulare. 


aatim annuatim. 


uMo ambulatio. 


aa*^ annuatim. 


agt angelus, Anglus, Anglia, 


acui® alicujus. 


and their cases. 


ac® alicujus. 


agts angelus, angidus. 


ad aliqiiid, aliquod, aliud. 


agn Angnes [Agnes). 


ad*^ animadverte. 


aglus angelus. 


adrd animadvertendum. 


aicf amicis. 


ae animce. 


aic^ amicus. 


ai an/m/. 


ai°^ animum. 


a'd aliquid. 


aiu animum. 


a"® «/eY«. 


araia'*' admirabilem. 


ai°" f//?^?/o wrx/o. 


amisco administratio. 


ai animi. 


amo'' amovetur. 


ale animale. 


ano^ annona. 


alia animalia. 


anuen annuentes. 


alib3 animalibus. 


an® annus. 


amal animal. 


aor major. 


ana aliena. 


aorf amoris. 


anga arenga. 


ao| aliorum. 


an® annus. 


ap^ amplius. 


ao° a//o ?//0(/o. 


ap amplius. 


aoq'' alioquin. 


aqu antequam: 


aof aliorum. 


ares majores. 


aq* aliqun. 


ateq'' antequam. 


aq'^m aliquam, antequam. 


ateq antequam. 


aq*s aliquas. 


iitiq^ antiqui. 


aqn aliquando. 


53 apparet, apparent. 


aq° aliqno. 



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aq*^ aliguaUter. 

aqua'^ aliqualiter. 

aq^ a/iquibus. 

aq a/iquid, aliquod. 

aq* antequam. 

ilq aliquem, a liquid. 



ar a/tY<^. 

as aliaSf animus. 
. at ffw/, autem. 

atu argumentum. 
i 53 apparef. 

2A aliarum. 



B. trecenti, haptista, beatus^ bere- 

icicaj bordariuSf borafa. 
B. T; M. berewica ef manerium. 
B. T; S. bereicica et soka. 
B. A. 6j>jY (rwrtV) annos. 
babta baptista. 
b*e beat<B. 
balliuu ballivum. 
balliu ba//ivum, ballium. 
bat balistarm. 
batt ba/lia, bil/fca, ba/li'vus. 
battia ballitam. 
battios ballivos. 
baitis ballivis^ balliis. 
battm batellum. 
bati^s ballivus. 
b*ofi bacones. 
bap* baptisnMy bapfi^ta. 
bap*" baptizari. 



jj^patus })aptizatus. 

bap*^ baptistw. 

bapt baptista. 

bap baptista. 

bap* baptisma, baptista. 

bap*" baptizari. 

bap**™^ bapiizatus. 

bapta baptista. 

barron barones, baronia.. 

barf barones, barouibua. 

bar* baroneSf baronibu^. 

Bartfe BartholoniiBus. 

bar iff;Y>, baroneSy baronia. 

b*8 beatus. 

ba8t*d^ bastardus. 

bas basilica. 

baa Afff/a. 

bae beat<p. 

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baon baronem, bar ones. 

ba^ beatus. 

bea™"^ beaUssimus. 

bea**"* beatissimam. 

benef beneficiarius. 

beii benedictio, henedictus. 

bereii bereicica. 

ber berewica. 

b'^ui? breviter. 

be me 6ea^« metnorim. 

bed*"^ benedictus. 

begnus benignus. 

B. F. benefactam^ beneficiiim, 

bona femina, bona fide, bona 
filia, bona for tuna. 
bibat bibatis {vivatis). 
B. I. C. />/6as (pivas) in Christo. 
bid bidentes. 
bis^^* bissextilis, 
bix 5mY {vixit). 
blad bladum. 
blod blodius, blcdeus. 
bt blancus. 
bftum belliim, 
B. M. Jea^a Mater, beatce me- 

morice, bene merenti, bene 

merito. 
B. M. V. /vm^rt Maria Virgo. 
bn ienf?, benedictionem. 
bildco benedictio. 
bndcus benedictus. 
bndms benedicimus. 



bnd^ benedictus. 

biid benedicit. 

bnf 10 beneficio. 

bnfcoa benefactorum. 

bnio beneficio. 

bo^3 bo)iam. 

bo^*'^ bonitate. 

bo. me. JoMflg meniorim. 

boii bonus. 

bord bordarii. 

bor bordarii. 

bosc boscus. 

bo**^ bonitatem. 

bouat bovata. 

boa Jo//a. 

bo Jow«. 

bo me Ao;cfl? memoriw.. 

bois iot'^s. 

bom bonam, bonum. 

bos heatos, bonos. 

bo3 bonitatem. 

B. Q,. ifwe quiescas. 

BR. bonorum, Britannia, Bri- 

tones. 
bra*li bracali. 
bracagi bracarum. 
Vgn burgensis. 
b^'g biirgi, bar go. 
Brig Brigantice. 
BRT. Britanniciis. 
br brevis. 
bra bracheta. 



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bre breve. 

bri brevi. 

bria brevia. 

brib} bretibus. 

bris brecis. 

brio brecimn. 

b® beatu.'i. 

burg burgeitsis, burgm. 

burgn burgenses, burgensis. 

burgses burgenses. 

bur burguSj burum. 

bus bussellus. 

butict^ buticularius. 

biie 6rere. 

buis breri'i. 

BX. Z>?a:iY {cixif). 

b} beatuSy beatam. 

b^ beatus, bos. 

B JOOO. 

b beatus, baptista^ benedictionem^ 

bussellus. 
ba baptistaj beafa. 
baoi beatorum. 
batus beatus. 
be beatw. 
bf bene/actum. 
bg burgum. 
bi 6ea/i. 
bi*^* heatifica. 
bido beatitude. 
bi*' bealitudimm . 
bi*^ beatitudinis. 
M. 



fei°* beatitudine. 
bissimo beatissimo. 
bisse beatissime. 
bitu"'' beatitudineni. 
blli 6e//«. 
bltm bellum. 

bm beatum, benedict ionem. 
bn Aene, beneficia^ beneditf ionem. 
bna 6o««, 
bn* beneficia. 
bndc^ benedictus. 
bndca benedict a. 
bud"" benedicitur. 
bnd benedicit, benedictionem. 
bndo benedicto, benedieendo. 
bnd**ne benedictionem. 
bndre benedicere. 
bnfice benefice. 
bnfi" beneficio. 
bnfco? benefactorum. 
bnfm benefieium. 
bnfo beneficio. 
bnftm bene factum. 
bngne benigne. 
bn" beneficii. 
bn^* beneficiali. 
bnoj bonarum. 
bnio beneficio. 
brine benedictionem. 
bo Aea^o. 

bo? beatorum^ bonorum. 
br bretnSy and its cases ; breviter. 
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bruica hereirica. 


t5ts beatus. 


Bs beatus. 


bt^ beatus. 


Bta heata. 


bt beatiim. 


Bte heatw. 


15ue irere. 


bti"*"^ heatissime. 


buif breviter. 


tjti"'' heatitudine. 


buit brei'itatis. 


t5tTme heatissimc. 


t)uit breviter. 


bti"' beatitudini. 


bui^ brerhis. 


IStoji beatorum. 





c. 



C. cflpit^, mr/r/, carucata, centmn, 


calcria cakaria. 


codeXf coDies, conjux^ cum. 


ca'" capitulo. 


citncds. 


calum^* calumpnia. 


ca camera. 


caluil calumpnia. 


c* camera, canonica, capitula, 


ca^" capitulum. 


caput, carta, caiim, centena. 


caliinia calumnia. 


circa, contra. 


cat calendas, calendis. 


ca*^"* capiant. 


catis calidis. 


ca''^ caritas, causas. 


catm'^ calumpnia. 


c*c «rm. 


catr camaliter. 


ca*^* canonica. 


catus calidus. 


ca*''' canonicw, canonice. 


ca™ capitulum, catisam. 


ca^° capiemlo. 


cam camera, camerarius. 


ca" causes, creature. 


cama camera. 


ca^ capituli. 


camari^ camerarius. 


cal. calcndas, calendis. 


camar camerarius. 


calciamtu ca Iciamen turn. 


camio camerario. 



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can'^ canonice. 


oapt} capitulum. 


cauceUar cancellariayCancellarius. 


cap™ capitulum. 


cancefl cancellaria^ cancellarins. 


cap""* capellanus. 


can*^"* canonicus. 


capplt capellanus. 


canc^ cancellanus. 


capt* capiat. 


can*^ canonicus. 


capt^ captus. 


cane cancellarim. 


capt captusj capta, etc. 


c*nisp'uiu carnisprivium. 


capts captivus. 


can^'* canouiralis. 


capP captivus. 


canoic canonicus. 


cape cap ere. 


can canonicus. 


cap capellamiSy capit, capitalis. 


c*n crannocum. 


capitulumy caput. 


cafic^ canonicus. 


capd fff/;/^^. 


c*nlis carnalis. 


capm capitulum. 


cafiria cancellaria. 


capf capiuntur. 


cans canonicus. 


captlis capitalis. 


ca" capifiilo. 


ca' capitur, causafur, causaliter. 


capco captio. 


car^5 cardinalibus. 


capeft capella, capellanus. 


cardit cardinalis. 


capets capellanus. 


cardiii cardinalis. 


cap' capituli. 


card cardinalis. 


capiat' capiatur. 


caria carmina. 


eapiaf^ capiantur. 


cV* carnale. 


capiend capicndum. 


cart carnalis. 


capitib^ capitibust. 


QQjjaus carissinius. 


capit capituhtm. 


car"li carnaU. 


capta capitula. 


carua earentia. 


capft capellanis. 


carii''* carnalis. 


capito copellnno. 


carruc caruca, carucata. 


eaptm capitulum. 


carf carucagium. 


eaptni capellani. 


cart cartam. 


capts capellanus. 


caruc caruca, carucata. 



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ear cardinalis, cariagiumy carta^ 

varuca^ carucata. 
cafa carucata. 
cart carucata. 
car? carnaliter. 
oa^ causas. 
0*8 eras. 
cas'^® casuahs. 
c^stino erastino. 
c*stin erastino, crastinum. 
cast" rastro. 
cast castrum, castra. 
ca* caput. 
catatt catalla. 
c*ta cartam. 
cath"^ cathedralis. 
cat catalla. 
ca^ msM. 
cauco cautio. 
causat causalis. 
cauto} cautionem. 
cauf^ causantur. 
cau cflsw, casum. 
caiit causalis. 
caut? causaliter. 
cauoe cautionem. 
caue cavere. 
ca} causatn, causas. 
car' casus. 
ca? causarum. 
cabitor camhitor. 
cabiu cambium. 



cacfto cancellario. 
capio carnpio. 
ca carucata. 
caa camera. 
ca*^ causas. 
cae causee. 
cai capituli. 
cais causis. 
caitas caritas. 
cam causam. 
cand causandum. 
can'" causantur. 
eanf causantur. 
cart causaret. 
cas causas. 
cata causata. 
cat"" causatur. 
cat^ causatus. 
cau c«SM. 
caus msMs. 
ca? causarum. 
CO circum, ducenti. 
CO* cw'Cfl, contra. 
CO*' ducenti. 
ce''3 celestibu^. 
c^didit erediderit. 
G^dJ creditur. 
ced ccedua. 
<3®de cedere. 
eel. eeleres. 
ceP celeste. 
celebn" celehrando. 



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oet celafiott&i, celebravit. 


c'cP circulua. 


ceti celeri. 


c'ctm circulum. 


cetit* celeritate. 


0*9 circum. 


ce*" tcelum. 


(ji(.cia cirriimfstantia. 


cemtari^ cementanm. 


c'9* cirrumstanti(e. 


oeu. centum. 


c'^fen* circumjerentia. 


oend cendallum. 


c'qisc'br circutmcribitur. 


censri censeri. 


e'c,8ta* circumstantia. 


eer cerevma. 


c'9st^^ circumstantiis. 


V) 

c*'8ce crescere. 


c'osp'bt circa imcriptibili«. 


ce*f ccelestiis. 


&c/^ ci'cutmcriptfi. 


ceti cceteri. 


c*9? circumstantiarum. 


cetm cceferum. 


c'da cuidam. 


ceti ceeteri. 


&\° circulo. 


ceftn cteterum. 


c% cuilihet. 


ce° centro. 


c'm circum. 


ces" cenaarii. 


c'me crimen. 


ces^ censm. 


c'mlatr crimimditer. 


eefio centimo. 


c'lnib^ crxmi.iibws. 


Ch. C/iri6i5j. 


c'm crimen. 


Chro Christo. 


tfnia crimina. 


ehurs chursetum. 


o'niis criminia. 


C' 6"m/. 


oIdIu cinerum. 


c'a 6'tm/, ciYrfl. 


cir* 6*i>6«. 


ci''3 cirnbm. 


circto circulo. 


e'ca ctVcff. 


circts circu/ua. 


c"cuit circuit. 


oircQq^qj circumyuaque. 


o^cu* circumatantia. 


circto circumlocutio. 


c'ou*^° circunispectio. 


cirog^pti chiruyraphum. 


c'ciisp" circum.'iptctio. 


eir chirographum. 


c'cuspcco circu/mpectio. 


ci**" cicitiite. 


c'cu*** circumncripto. 


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cit*^® civitates. 

ciutr civiliter. 

ciu civitas. 

c'5 cuiqiie. 

citas civitas. 

cl. clarimtnus. 

claman* clamantia. 

clam clamaty clamavity clamimn, 

clamor cm. 
clVa clausura. 
clasla clausula. 
claus clausum, clausula. 
clabit clamahit. 
clacoe clamatione. 
clais'*® clarimimus. 
clam clausula m. 
clerooie cleronotnice. 
cle*® clemente. 
(P circulus. 
ct daman', clamare, clausus, 

clericus. 
cla clausula. 
ctant clamant. 
ctcus clericus. 
cte clausulce. 
eten'' clementissime. 
ctens Clemens. 
cii c/^T*, clausi. 
cticai^ clericatus. 
otic clericus. 
ctict^ clericatus. 
cti"* ckricalis. 



ctis clausulis. 

ci^® clericis. 

c\i? clericus. 

ctm clericum. 

etpa c?<^fl. 

ctpat culpabilis. 

ctpa^*® culpabilis. 

els^ clausus. 

ctt'"* cultura. 

ctt® cultus. 

e*" Cfipitulum, ceutiim, vum. 

c. m. 6Y«<6« mortis. 

c.mo centesiino. 

cinda commendam. 

cmdoem commcndationem. 

cms comes. 

c"* cenlena. 

c° centesiino. 

CO* contra. 

co^lis corporalis. 

co^5 coloribus. 

coem communem. 

coes communes. 

cog^co cognatio. 

cog'^t^ cognatus. 

gQgjnes cogitationes. 

cogco cognitio. 

cogntr coguntur. 

coticio coercitiOy coertio. 

coticoem coertionem. 

coftitoe cohabitationem. 

colito'" coertionem. 



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coia camitmam. 

coie comitissw. 

cois corporis. 

colit colitur. 

collca collect a. 

colloe collatimie. 

colloem collationetn. 

colloes collationcs. 

coll^"'" colligitur. 

colo* colonia. 

cot color. 

cota copula. 

coftg^" collegiale. 

cottia collegia, colloquia. 

cotto} collationetn. 

cottr colligitur, colloquitiir. 

cotr colitur. 

comb combudio. 

comit comitis, and other cases, 

coniitissa. 
comia comitism. 
comin" conimodo. 
commo commoduin. 
com" commissio. 
compoi compoti. 
compt comjiarcant. 
comptu coinpertuin. 
comp computat, coinputato, com- 

putuin. 
com comes, comitissa, comitatus. 
coma comit ma. 
comutes commorantcs. 



comdat commendatus, commen- 
dator, commendatio. 

comd commendatus, commen- 
datio. 

come comitisste. 

comib) communibus. 

con* contra. 

con^dco contradictio. 

con^'riii contrarium. 

con^xerut contraxcrunt. 

concedt concederetur. 

concelam concelamentum. 

concet concelamentum, conce- 
latio. 

condco condicto. 

con**" concedendum. 

con**' concedendum. 

confres confratres. 

conqritur conquiritur. 

eonsidaco consideratio. 

considatu consideratum. 

cousiles consimiles. 

conss'* consistentia. 

conssm consensum. 

construe" cundruclio. 

const conditutiSy comtabularius. 

consue"" consuetudinc. 

cons consanguineus, consideratio, 
consideratum, consilium, 
consuetudinem, consuetu- 
dinibus, comutes. 

cons^ consequentia. 



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conssu consensu. 

cont* contra. 

conteco contentio. 

conteptu contemptum. 

contiet^ continetur. 

contie continue. 

contiitis contentis. 

eont"^' conventui. 

con^^ conventum. 

contua contumacia. 

cont continens, continetur, con- 

tcntum. 
con contra. 
conger coningeria. 
con"" communiter. 
consit concessit. 
cofi} communem. 
coopofi coopcrtione. 
cop copia. 
CO'' comrnendator. 
cor* corpora. 
cor'^tr corporaliter. 
cor*r corporaliter. 
cor'^3 corporibus, corporalihus. 
corco correctio. 
cor*' corj/ore. 
eor^u corporeum. 
corete correpte. 
cor'b} corporibus. 
cor^s corporis. 
Got^ corporum, corporeum. 
corndft correspondet. 



cor°dit corrodit. 

cor°ne corruptionem. 

coron corona, coronatio. 

C0T°} corruptione.'n. 

coroaco coronatio. 

corp^ corpus. 

corpa corpora. 

cor'' corporaliter, corrigitur, cor- 

rumpitur. 
corrfi'" correspondetur. 
coiT°e corruptione. 
corrii'" corrumpuntur. 
cor''f corporis. 
corr corredium. 
corrns correspondens. 
corftor corrector. 
corute corrupte. 
cor® corpus. 

cor coram, coronce, coronator. 
cor"* correspandet. 
cor'*' corruptionis. 
corle corporalem. 
cort corporalis. 
corndet correspondet. 
corn*"* correspondentes. 
corpiit carrumpunt, corrumpenf. 
cors corporis. 
eotar cotarius. 
CO*" comitatu. 
cot® cotarius. 
cot cotagium, cotarius. 
countus conventus. 



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009 coronationeni. 
oojpa' corrumpantur. 
cojsp** corruptio. 
oo|sp*"^ corruptione. 
co^p'' corrumpitur. 
co^pr corrumpitur. 
coji*''^ corrumpitur. 
coburat' comburatur. 
cob combuistio. 
cocelam concelunu-ntuin. 
coeess' coticessit. 
cociliat conciliatum. 
eocto conctusio. 
cocord Concordia. 
cocor*'''' concorditer. 
eocup* coucupiscentup. 
codepHus coiidemnatus. 
cod" conditio. 
co^^ concedeiulum. 
cod commendatus. 
coendat® commendatus. 
coes comes. 
cofi' coiifirmatttr. 
cof res fonfratres. 
cofi^ conferimm. 
coft) coufessio. 
cofoe confessionem. 
cof confirmatiir. 
cofres confratres. 
coft confert. 
cognount eognocemnt. 
coitat^ comitatus. 



ooite comitem. 

coito committo. 

coitf comitis. 

comiss commi«>sio, comminauiH . 

comitte committere. 

comdare commeiidare. 

coptio compilation complexio. 

copo compoaitio. 

copuf computatur. 

coput^ computuH. 

cop computus, lompotus. 

copaf^ comparatur. 

eoq*siuit conquisivit. 

dorhy corporibus. 

cosec*co consecratio. 

cosidat comideratum. 

cost coHstabuIarius, coustituta. 

cofiuet consuetudinibus. 

cos consideratum, consuetmto. 

cosmss} consumpsi9>iet. 

cot* contra. 

cot*dil coiitradixit. 

cotam contumaciam. 

cote™ contemptim, contcntum. 

cotin} continet. 

cofdco contradictio. 

cotua*^ contumaciter. 

cou* commune. 

couet^ concentus. 

coxiict* concictus. 

cousaco conversatio. 

CO contra. 



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coa conitnima, conseqiientia, com- 


epa co/)«'«. 


itissa. 


c^ CM>-, creditur. 


coam comitmam. 


cr* mr^a. 


coe commune, consequenticE, com- 


c*a CM;-fir. 


itisscB. 


c'^abif curabitur. 


coes communes. 


c'^ant currant, curant. 


coi communis conjugi. 


c'"are curare. 


coia communin. 


c'at^ii curatorum. 


coib} communibus. 


c'at^ curatus. 


coicaco communicatio. 


c'iif curant ur. 


coim^ committimus. 


c^'ca ciVm. 


coione communione. 


c'^cu circum. 


coi'' conimuniter. 


c'"cm circum. 


coiri communiri. 


ciCj circum. 


cois communis, corporis. 


(fe curce, curice. 


coi* communis. 


cred creditor^ credititm. 


cois*^ commisit. 


c'"ere currere. 


coitas communifas. 


c'^ia c7rrj«. 


coiter conimuniter. 


cri'at criminalis. 


coif communiter. 


cria? criminaliter. 


coit communitas. 


c'o c<^yo. 


coit communiter. 


c""!^ currus. 


cola copula. 


Q^Q^ cursus. 


cona communam. 


era crimina. 


conioe communione. 


ere criminc. 


corns, communis. 


eri crimini. 


cont^ conventus. 


cfia crimina. 


cont communiter. 


et* contra. 


corib} corporibus. 


c'^cc crucem. 


counis communis. 


cMa cruda. 


couna communia. 


cu® curice. 


coQe commune. 


cur cwm. 



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cuBt custumarius. 


ci**} dvitatihus. 


cuu cum. 


cis ceteris, cicis. 


cyrog^pti chirographum. 


citas cicitas. 


cyf chirographum. 


cias ci(;M6-. 


cP ctijus. 


ciux conjux. 


c^**} cujusUhet. 


ci^ c?(/'m«. 


0^95 cujuscumquc. 


ci^b) cujuslibet. 


c^di cujusmodi. 


c'Pc5 cujuscunque. 


cP\} cujiislibet. 


cita® cicitates. 


c^q* cujusquam. 


cltu cultuni. 


cP(^ ciijusqne^ cujuscumque. 


cm eww. 


c^t^^in cujusquam. 


cms comes. 


c®5 CHjusque. 


cmda commendam. 


C centum millia. 


cotdie quotidie. 


c cwteris, caput, capite, centum. 


ct" centra. 


codex, comes, cum, cunctis. 


c cerecisia. 


ca causa, capitula, cetera. 


ca cer«. 


c* creatura. 


ca* creaturte. 


ca* creatura. 


cari^ cerarius. 


calls causalis. 


cat er^a^. 


ca** creatio. 


cat'a creatura. 


catQ causatum. 


8au creavit. 


ca creata. 


cae creare. 


cca f /rcff. 


cb° crebro. 


cdif creditur. 


cbrit? crebritcr. 


cdini comlitiuni. 


cbr? crebriter. 


ce causes. 


cca «>M. 


cfcis confcctis. 


cc^ certius. 


cfcm coufectum. 


ecu circum. 


egg congregatis. 


8dd* credidit. 


ciigatis congregatis. 


edib* credibilia. 


cggatf congregatis. 


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cdi^3 credihilibus. 


c, con, cum. This is som£times 


fidite crediturce. 


printed as a o reversed. 


Bdi*^ credibilium. 


9. confitendis. 


cdnd credendum. 


9* contra. 


8do credo. 


9** contraria. 


Bd"^ credUur. 


9br contrabreve. 


8ddi credendi. 


9*bfia contrabrevia. 


cddo credendo. 


9*ctio contractio. 


cdd credendum. 


9*ctu contractum. 


cde credere. 


9*ct^ contractus. 


cdem^ crederemm. 


9*d* contradictoria. 


Bdis credendis. 


9^dco* contradictoria. 


cdndi credendi. 


9*di°3 contradictionem. 


cdns credeus. 


9M°m contradictionem. 


8dr creditur. 


9*d* contradicit. 


8dt credunt. 


9*dnt contradicunt. 


8d^e credere. 


9Mr contradiiitur. 


8e cercB. 


c/dre contradicere. 


8ea^ cerealia. 


9*!ii* contrahitur. 


8eb° cerebro. 


9*i™ contrarium. 


8eb§ cerebrum. 
88C* crescit. 
8sc crescit. 
8sc3 cresceret. 


9*io contrario. 
9*ire contraire. 
cf-iu contrarium. 
9**^ concordat, considerat, con- 
veniat. 


888e crescere. 


9^*' consequatur. 


8tus certus. 


9*3 consequentiam. 


8uisia cervisia. 


9*'™ contrarium. 


8iiisiores cervisiores. 


9^ contrariorum. 


8u^ia cervisia. 


9* convenientiam. 


Suns cervus. 


9biatu combinatum. 


cunt creverunt. 


9b'^gn comburgensis. 



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qb^it' comhuritur. 


qcordi concordandi. 


9bu88' combussit. 


9c*^nt concurrunt. 


c,b^t^ combmtus. 


c^raxoP coucurramus. 


<5b^ combustio, combustm. 


cc'^redo concurrendo. 


ccaco communicatio. 


cc^rete concurrente. 


9cat commuuicat. 


9C^e concurrere. 


9oe^' concedendum. 


cjcF^ conatrrit. 


C)ce' concedi, concedendi. 


^c*""* coiwurrunt. 


9cet coucelamentum, conceltitio. 


ccta cuticta. 


cce"* concedunt. 


9ctu contractum. 


9oe** concede. 


gcup* concupiscentia. 


9cep*4s conceptionis. 


9cup** concupiscentiam. 


(^ce"" conceditur. 


ceupi*** concupiscendam. 


cces, concessimm. 


ccup^* concupiscibile. 


9cesseut concesserunt. 


ccupia concupiscentia. 


9ce8s concessisse. 


qc^m^ concessimus. 


9ci™ concilium. 


9C^8io concussio. 


(^ci** concilio. 


cc conclu-sio, and its cases. 


9cip3 conciperet. 


90°*" concurrente. 


9cl**3 condusionem. 


cere concurrere. 


9cl6e canclusione. 


96iue concretive. 


9clos conclusionis. 


98iiit concemit. 


c^eV concluditur. 


cdam cujusdam, quondam. 


^clu"^ concluditur. 


cdepn} condcmnet. 


CjcV^^ concluditur. 


9dep'^* condemtmre. 


cctd'^ conrluditur. 


9** concedi, concedendi. 


9ctd*r concluditur. 


9dico conditio. 


ccto conclusion concelamento. 


9di° conditio. 


^cordan concordantia. 


^(Jion^ conditionis. 


9cord concordandi, concordantis^ 


9di°5 conditionem. 


concordantiis, concorditer. 


cdit*^ conditur. 


Concordia, and its cases. 


9"*" concedoy concedendo. 



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9d°is conditionis. 


9g'' cognoscitur. 


9doatu condonatum. 


cg'g" congvegatio, congregato. 


cjd'" contradiciiur, coicluditiir. 


cj communi, conveni. 


9dux conduxit. 


c/a communia. 


^de condere. 


9'at'' conveniantur. 


cdi concedendi. 


9'ca® communicare. 


qdo conditio, concedendo. 


c'ens conveniens. 


^doem conditionem. 


Cjis communis. 


cdom conditionem. 


cfta& communitas. 


cdr conctuditur, contradiciiur. 


eft communiter. 


cf commune, consequentiw. 


piium concilium. 


9ent convenicnter. 


9™ communem, compotum, con- 


9^* continet. 


ceptum , concilium, convict urn 


965 communem, conventionem, 


Qtnem^ commemorationc. 


cognitionem. 


cjtoPe commotione. 


cem communem. 


9m*te'' committer etur. 


9fess® confessoris. 


cmHu'" comjnittuntur. 


9f'masse confirmasse. 


9me commune. 


ci° con/essio. 


cfTiTida° commendatio. 


cf°3 confessionein. 


9m"^ commentator is. 


cio} confirmationem. 


cnou cognovit. 


cf"" confertur, confirmatur. 


9nouut cognoverunf. 


cP confessoris. 


ens consequens. 


ct confessor, confirmavit. 


cf communio, communicatio, con- 


cfois confectis. 


secutio. 


cl"maco confirmatio. 


9°br, 9°bre, contrabrove. 


clb?; confessorum. 


9°m conctusioncm. 


cg'^'^ cognoscit. 


9°ne conclusione, const ructione. 


cg*'g° congregntio, congregato. 


cpare comparere. 


cg't cognitum. 


9plecto|i complectorium. 


cgnou cognovit. 


cple*' complementnm. 


cg° cognitio. 


9ptib3 complurihus. 



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cpot^ compotns. 

cp*^ computabitur. 

cp""! comparet. 

c;p'* co/nposita, compota. 

9P*"* compotns, computus. 

cputator compiitator. 

cp3 comparet, competit. 

cpa'^ comparahile. 

cpare comparare. 

cpat' comparatur. 

Cigate comparatite. 

9pet comparet. 

cpit comperit. 

cpnt comparcnt. 

cp03 comparationem. 

cip comptifaty computus. 

cplaf^ copulatur. 

cpl" completoriOy compilaiio. 

9po compfexo, compositio. 

cphn^'^ comprehensibile. 

^q'sitor conquisitor. 

^qstu conquesfu. 

<fe contra rie. 

c'*^ conrenire. 

crediu conredium (corredium). 

c^' commentatorem. 

cf^ commentntoris. 

cf consequcns. 

cscia conscientia. 

csent* consentanea. 

csidacoe conside rat tone. 

csidati consideratim. 



csidauut considerarerunt. 

csidate consider antem. 

csiliu consilium. 

9siti consimili. 

csi*'^ consideratione, 

^snsu consensu. 

^sociu consocium. 

csoio consolafio. 

csti' constituitur. 

9sti*' constituti. 

^stio constitutio. 

<5St constitutOy constabutarius. 

c/^ consensu. 

CiSu^° consuetudo. 

^sue"^ consuetudine. 

^sulat^ consulatus. 

csute consutere. 

csutere consuluere. 

9s considerationem,consideratumy 
consilium, consuetudo. 

9sns^ consensus. 

css^ consensus. 

9* comparuif, contingit, conrenif. 

cjt^ contra. 

ct*br contrabrcre. 

9t*dcoe contradictione. 

ct*dice contradivere. 

9t*ia confraria. 

ctHatt contratalliator. 

9!" composite, contestatione, con- 
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9tentco contentatio, 

9*' compoti, 

cti^5 continentibm, contingenti- 
bus. 

9tig contigit, cordingit. 

9tiiiet'' continetur. 

9ting conUngit. 

9ti*^ continente. 

ctluati continuatim. 

9tntis contentis. 

9*°"' commentator, conquestor. 

Cjt^ continetur. 

9*" conventu. 

9tu*x contumax. 

9*^ computum, conventum. 

9*f competenteSf composifis. 

9*^ conceptus, confemptus. 

9? contentttm, continens, conti- 
netur. 



Cj\}^ continentia. 
9ti** continuo. 
9t§ contrasigillum. 
913 continet. 
9ualu convaluit. 
9uencois conventionis. 
9ueit convenit. 
9uet^ conventus. 
9uimu convivium. 
9uicit convincit. 
9uia communiam. 
9ut conveniunt. 
9uncone conventione. 
9US conrersis. 
9^" complexum. 
9 compotum. 
ca communa. 



D. 



D. dedisse, dicens, dicit, quingenti. 

d* fl^aY«, differentia, 

da* (/a^a. 

dab^ dahitur. 

daB rffli/s, rfflA?y. 

dat)!' dahitur. 

d^co draco. 



d*co dominatio, dilatio. 

daco datio. 

dacoi dationi. 

d^coi dilationi, dominationi. 

da"" damnum, datum. 

damp" dampno. 

da° dampno. 



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dapis dapiferiis. 


dcis rfiic^w. 


dap dapifer. 


dcm dictum, ductum. 


dapo dapifero. 


dCmtu decremetitum, doeumen- 


d"ri demandari, demomtrari. 


tum. 


d*s dijferentias, datas. 


dco dedication dictation didio. 


d** differentMs, datas. 


dicto. 


daf^us datunts. 


dco** rfiic^o modb. 


dat^ datus. 


dco3 dictationem, dictionem. 


dat f/a^a, datum. 


dco? dictorum. 


dap^re*^ damnaretur. 


dcur^ dicturus. 


dap^ri damnari. 


dcus dictwsy distinctus. 


dapnad^ damnandus. 


dc3 dictum. 


dap"® damnatione. 


dc^ dictus. 


dapn'"" damnatur. 


dd David, dederunt. 


dfipii damnum. 


d^ dijferentiw, dicere, dtUB. 


dap°'^ damnationig. 


de^b*^ demonstrabitur. 


dap°? damnorum, damnatorum. 


de*bli8 detnonstrahilis. 


dap*"* damnafus. 


de*^' demonstrabilis. 


dai dari. 


de*^ demonstrarc, demandare. 


d" donee. 


de*ta demonstrata, demandata. 


d*'*' distinctione, duplies. 


detracta. 


d** distinctianem, duplicem. 


de*tis demonstratis. 


dc™ dictum. 


de*tTe demonstrative. 


(jcocj distinctionem, dictionem. 


de^tis demonstrationis, detrac- 


d'^me dictamen. 


tionis. 


d"^3 (/jc^f'/. 


deauf deauratum. 


dcf rf/cf ts. 


de*3 decimam. 


de^ didus. 


deb} fifeAf ^. 


dc ducafus. 


debe debere. 


dcaie dictamine. 


deb flfeie/, debent. 


dce<^ dicUeque. 


de^"' demonstrabitur. 


dcet rfic^f . 


debo debito. 



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de^3 debent, deheret. 

decenfi decennalia. 

deeess decessit. 

decero de ccetero. 

dece^'® decennalis. 

decid decidendum. 

decla'" declaratiir. 

decli° declinatio. 

decto declaratio. 

dec" de ccetero. 

dec} decet. 

decf de cceteris. 

dec decanus, Decembris, decre- 

mentum, decretum. 
decas decimas, 
dece decimce. 
dec^' decretaUs. 
dect decretaUs. 
ded f/erf«Y. 
dedit dederint. 
dee rf^es^, 
deee deesse. 
deet deessent. 
defat defalta. 
defc'in defectum. 
defcus defectus. 
def*^^ defendendi, defimendi. 
deforc deforciatorem. 
diQi defalta, defectus, defendatis, 

defendens, defensionem, de- 

fenso,deforcians, deforciator, 

defunctus. 



delictus defectus, defunctus. 

deff deferentis. 

degt° degustatio. 

deiii deinde. 

deHa determinata. 

deiati determinatim. 

deite determinate. 

delib*^^ delibatione, deliberatione. 

dellqs delinquens. 

detc"^ delectum. 

detcable delectabile. 

detcaMr delectabiliter. 

detca° delectatio. 

detcm delectum. 

detco delectatio. 

dem^su demensum. 

dem° demoristratio. 

deni°is demonstrationis. 

dem°8t*co demonstratio. 

dem demum. 

defnd^ demandatur, demaiidetur. 

defnnd demanda, demonstran- 
dum,. 

demrans demonstrans. 

demroi demonstrationi. 

defnt^o demonstrato. 

demte demenfe, demonstratce. 

demt demonstratum. 

demts dementifi, dementes, de- 
monstrationis. 

defh'^^ demonstrative. 

den*' denarius. 



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denic^ denique. 


desr desuper. 


de^* denominationk. 


desTiies deserriens. 


dentag dentagra. 


desto desertio. 


den denaniis, denuo. 


desuit® deserritus. 


deficia" denunciatio. 


de* ^^6e^, dedtt. 


denciai denunciari. 


de** debita^ deduetay delicta. 


denci**' denunciando. 


de*^ debite. 


denoi™ denominativum. 


de*' debitiy delegati. 


dent dehent. 


de'mtu detrimentum. 


denf debenfur, demonstratur. 


detis demandatis, demonstratis. 


de" demanstratio. 


de?ia° deteriaratio, deteriatio. 


de**ne dem&nstratione. 


detiare deteriorare, deteriare. 


deor™ deorsiim. 


deti"*® determinatione. 


de°3 demonstrationem. 


deti" determinari. 


de^ demonstratione. 


derlal'* determinalis. 


dep*uare depravare. 


detla" determinatio. 


depo"** deponenda. 


detiare determinare. 


dep53 deposition em. 


detlate determinate. 


dep3 dependet. 


deuo° devotio. 


depoem depositionem. 


deu Deum. 


deronau* derationavit, deratio- 


deuare devitare. 


cinavit. 


de^ Z><?M«, debemus. 


der Decembris. 


de-^ rfees^. 


desc' descendit. 


deco demonstratio. 


desig^ri designari. 


deat debeat. 


desi™ desideriutn. 


debit debebit. 


desmt desumunt. 


deBato deliberato. 


des" desertio. 


delta debita. 


despa" desperatio. 


deliq dereliquit. 


destr^ius destran'm {dextrarius). 


dem® debemus. 


dest^co destructio. 


dendi demonstrandi. 


deSc* desicut. 


dent debent. 



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deret deherent. 

(ier3 deberet. 

det debet, deberet. 

def" demonstratur, detennitiatur. 

de^ debemus. 

d. g. i)e« gratia. 

di. dileeto, distinctio. 

d} did, diet, dirigi, dividi. 

d. i. Dominicce Incarnationis. 

diac diaconus. 

die* rfecm. 

dice™ dicendum. 

die dicere, dicit, dicunt. 

dies dicens. 

diet rfic*7, dicunt. 

dieus dictus. 

diSent dicerent. 

dicjt dicunt. 

di^' dicendum. 

dida dicenda, dividenda. 

diddu dividendum. 

did* dividit. 

(jj£dum (iefiniendum. 

diif'' diffinitiva (definitiva). 

diffi° definitio. 

diffit definit. 

diffia differentia. 

diffo definitio, definifivo. 

difflnt differ unt. 

diffl uia dijferentia. 

diffit A"/f^r^. 

dif^ definiendi. 



digH"" dignatur. 

dig™* dignissima. 

dignei dignemini. 

dig'^' dignemini. 

dign°i digniori. 

dig dignus. 

dig''3 dignitatibus. 

digois digestionis. 

digtas diguitas. 

dig^f dignitatis. 

dilelo diluculo. 

dilem dilectum. 

diles dilectus. 

dileus dilectus. 

di^^ divisibile. 

di^' divisibili. 

dili^' diligendum. 

diligfir diUgenter. 

di^'*^ divisibiUs. 

dil° dilatio. 

diloe dilatione. 

dit dilectus. 

ditctus dilectus. 

dites dilectus. 

diteus dilectus. 

ditim dilatim. 

ditns diligens. 

ditnt diligenter. 

di™ dimidiam, dimidium, divi- 

nam, divinum. 
dimid dimidium. 
dimis dimisit. 



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diTn" diminution dimensio. 


disc^tus discretus. 


fliTTi''3 dimensioiiem, diminu- 


disci^' disdpulus. 


ttotiem. 


discido discindendo. 


(iim*?e dimittere. 


disc discretio. 


dim diniidium. 


discpts discipulus. 


difhtiu diminutivum. 


discco discretio. 


di°^ dilatione. 


disc****™ discernendum. 


din divinum. 


dis8n discernit. 


di** dimidio, dicisio. 


dis' lit disconveniunf. 


dioc dicecesis. 


dis*"^ discipulus. 


dioe dimione. 


displi* displicentia. 


dioi divisioni. 


disp" dispositio. 


diom divisionem. 


displus discipulus. 


di"" dividitur, dicitur. 


dispn° dispensatio. 


dirco diredionem. 


dispnt dispensant. 


dilute directe. 


disp° dispositio. 


dir'Hii"* diredivum. 


dispoem dispositionem. 


ductus diredus. 


dispt dispemat. 


dir'^us diredus. 


diss"^' dissentiendum. 


dirce direde. 


dissif*" dissimilitudo. 


dircm direduin. 


diss disseisivit, dissetsiverunt, 


dirco diredio. 


diMsensus. 


dirc"3 diredionem. 


disslis dissimilis. 


dir dirigitur. 


diss^ dissensus. 


difcm diredum. 


dist* distincta. 


dirc°3 diredionem. 


jjig^^dum (listinguendum. 


dirocnau* diratiocinavit. 


distif distinguitur. 


dironata dirationata. 


dist" distinctiOy distincto. 


dirtus diredus. 


disf distinguitur. 


dis. disseisince, distride. 


disf^x* destruxit. 


di^ dicetis. 


distbuta distrihutiva. 


disc^' discedendumj discernendum. 


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disto distinctio, distincto. 


dide** dividendo. 


dis discretio, divisus. 


didi dividi. 


diss divisus. 


did* dividit. 


dis t discretio tua, or other 


di*^' dividendum. 


cases. 


diddu dividendum, decidendum. 


di**^ dimidietatem. 


dide*" divideretur. 


di*^™ dimidiatim. 


did^e divider e. 


dit°3 ditionem. 


die dimidice. 


diu* diversa, divina. 


di g Z)e^ gratia. 


diuei^ diutius. 


dig'e dirigere. 


diu*^® diversimode. 


dinu" diminutio. 


diu" diversce, divism. 


dinu°3 diminutionem. 


diue? diversorum. 


dio dimidio, divino. 


diui^' divisihilis. 


dione divisione. 


dini™ divinum. 


di"" dicitur. 


diui'" dividitur. 


disi^' divisibilis. 


diu°^ diutine. 


dissioe dimissione. 


diudare divadiare. 


dissum dimissum. 


diuiclo diverticulo. 


diss divisum. 


diusi'*'' diversimode. 


dit c?«aY 


diu*^ diversitate. 


dittere dimittere. 


dix* c?mY. 


d™ datum, dicendum, dudum. 


dix"^* dixerunt. 


dmna domina. 


dix c?«>eY. 


dmrat demonstrat. 


dixnt dixerunt. 


dms damus, dicimus, dominus. 


dixt c?mY. 


d°* doctrina. 


dlissu dimissum. 


d"^ doctrines. 


dlitte dimittere. 


dPs dijferentias. 


di De^^ 


dn denarius. 


dia dimidia, divina. 


dna domina. 


dicie divitice. 


dnaf dominatur. 


didat dividat. 


dno* domimca. 



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dnica dominica. 

dns dominus. 

dnt diciint, dubitant. 

duus dominm. 

dnu dominum. 

dn^ dominus. 

d" Z>eo, rftco, disfinguOj domino^ 

dubio. 
do* dominica. 
do** donat. 
doH donavit. 
do'' donee. 
doc* dominiea. 
doco documentor donatio. 
do* domiruB. 
do'ca dominica. 
do'caus dominieanus. 
do'c® dominicus. 
d**i8 detotionis, distinctioniSj do- 

minionis. 
do'u dominium. 
do™ dominum^ donum. 
dom* dominica. 
dom^" domicilium. 
domna domina. 
domn^ dominus. 
dom dominiis, domus. 
donaco donatio. 
donau donatum. 
don" donee. 

d*^es dictiones, donationes. 
don donum, donatio. 



dono donatio. 

donu dominium. 

don^ dominus. 

do** dominio, domino. 

do"? dominorum, domorum. 

dor** dormienti. 

dor dormit. 

dordi dormiendi. 

dofe dormire. 

do^ domus. 

d°* distinctione. 

doi </owi, dominiy doni. 

doicllus domiceUus. 

doi' domini. 

doi™ dominium. 

doino dominio. 

dolaco dominatio. 

doi domini. 

doii dominii. 

dore dormire. 

dpo deposifio, dispositio. 

dp*'3 depositionem, dispositionem. 

dpoes deposifiones, dispositiones. 

d^ dicitur, dicuntur, dirigitur, 

distinguitur, dupliciter. 
d'a (/wm. 
d'af^a duratura. 
d'^it duriter. 
d*^^ durus. 

dra dijferentiuj dura. 
dre dicere, differenticB, docere. 
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diV diceretur. 

dria differentia. 

drie differ entice.. 

driis differentiis. 

drncia differentia. 

drns differens. 

ds Deus. 

d* fl?^c^Y, ditat, ditavit. 

d** distincta. 

d*® distincte. 

dta* distantia. 

dtm dativum. 

du*^ dubia, ducenda. 

du^f^ dubitatur, duratur. 

dubi'* dubitationis. 

dubi° dubitatio. 

dub'^ dubitatur. 

du^o dubitatio. 

dulSr dubitatur. 

dubt°n3 dubitationem. 

duce*" duceretur. 

due" ducentesimo. 

du.cjt ducunt. 

du" rfw^M. 

du"^ dubium, ductum. 

du" dubio, dubitatio. 

(j^onis dubitationis. 

dupli'^ dupliciter. 

duplt dupliciter. 

duptr dupliciter. 

dup^ dupliciter. 

dup^ duplex. 



du^' dubitatur, duratur. 

d'^'" dicitur, dicuntur. 

di^T dicitur. 

du'"^ dubitare. 

dur duraturam. 

duro duratio. 

du^ duplex. 

dumo dummodo. 

du° dummodo. 

duo° dummodo. 

dua* duravit. 

duafas duraturas. 

duate durante. 

dub'^ durabitur. 

ducet denunciet. 

du"** duplicem. 

du''^ duplici. 

du'"' dubitatio. 

du° dummodo. 

dure dubitare. 

du8 ductus, durus. 

d^ duplex. 

A.ysi'^^ dialectica. 

dya^ diaholm. 

dyoc dicecesis. 

d} fl^e^e^. 

d^ i)ews, dominus, dux. 

D 500000, Deus, Dominus. 

d datum, de, debet, decena, dedit, 
deest, denarius, dicendum, 
dicit, dictus, die, dies, dimi- 
dium, dominicus, dominus. 



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dbu* debtiit. 


dd dicendum, Davidem,and other 


db) debet. 


cases. 


dca dicta, dominica. 


ddm dicendum. 


dc* dict(P, dominicw. 


ddrt dederunt. 


dc*^ discretio. 


deliq** derelinquo. 


dc^tus discretus. 


deo rfeJeo. 


doHu decretum. 


dfca defecta. 


dci^** disciplinabilia. 


dfco3 defection em. 


dci"* disdplina. 


dfca defecta. 


dellaco declinatio. 


dfcns deficient. 


dctat declinat. 


d. g. i)< i gratia. 


dc°» dictum. 


di flfei. 


dc^'re" discurrendo. 


dia differentia^ divina. 


dc^'sfi discursum. 


didet dividet. 


dcu'"o decurio. 


did'' dimidio. 


deur^ dicturus. 


did"" dimditur. 


dcu dictum^ diatinctum. 


did* dividit. 


dc|s dictorum. 


die dirine, dicinWy differentke. 


dcetu decretum. 


dig*^' dirigendum. 


dcmtu decrementum. 


diguf^ diriguntur. 


dcno decerno, discerno. 


diniis dirinus. 


dco3 dictimiemj dictatio-nem. 


din divinum. 


dcs dictus. 


dio dimidio, divinOj divisio. 


dc^ dictus. 


di"® distinctione. 


dc'" decrementum. 


disi f/?m/. 


dd David. 


disi dirisim. 


dda dicenda, docenda. 


dis^ divids. 


dd* dividenda. 


dissa dimissa. 


dd*" dividitur. 


di83 divisis. 


dd' f/ef/«Y. 


di's divisim. 


dduc^ni deducti&ni. 


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di^f deitatis. 

dp dicimus. 

did deinde. 

dina diviiia. 

dlcis dulcis. 

dt dilectus, dilectissimus, and 

their cases. 
dtca*^® delectatione. 
Dm Deum. 
dm differentiam. 
d™ dicendum. 
dm*^" demonstrando. 
dm° dmnmodo. 
dm*"^ demon strationem. 
dmo*" demonstratcB. 
dmrat demonstrat. 
dmro demonstratio. 
di m\ de malo lecto. 
dmraco demonstratio. 
dmtii demonstratum. 
d m u (^e mo/o veniendi. 
dna domina. 
dnaco dominatio. 
dnar denarios. 
dnc* dominica. 
(jjjdat clefendat^ descendat. 
dnd dicendum. 
dndas descendens, de/endens. 
dne domine, domince. 
dfiio dominio. 
dno domino, dono. 



dn'" dicuntur. 

dn* denarios, denariis. 

dnt dehent, dicunt. 

dntis dicentis, 

dn denarius, dominus, and their 

cases. 
dries descendentes. 
do'u dominium. 
dor"* deorsum. 
dor deorum. 
doii dominii. 
dpe*"^ dispensator. 
dpse disperse. 

dr dicitur, dirigitur, dividitur. 
dr* differentia. 
drabile demonstrabile. 
dra| diperentiarum. 
drao demonstratio. 
dre c^are, dehere, dicere. 
dren*' differenter. 
dret deberet, diceret. 
dria differentia. 
dm"^ differentiis. 
dm® differ entes. 
drnt differunt. 
drnt differenter. 
drt differt, 
drut differunt. 
ds i)e?/.s, dominus. 
dsc'p^® discipulus. 
dsc^p" descriptionem. 



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dsiii desinet, desinit. 

dsit desinit. 

dsfet"^ destrueretur. 

d* debet, dtcit, disfinguit. 

dta dicta. 

dta* distantia. 

dt*hed detrahendum. 

dtat distat. 

d*^ dicente, distincte. 

dti' distingui. 

dtin° determinationem. 

dti*" distinguitur. 

d*'* distinguitis. 

dti* distinguit. 



dti"* distingui. 

dtore distributorem. 

dt*** distrib u tira . 

df^* distributive. 

d*" distitictum. 

dt dumtazat. 

dtas distantias. 

dtiaco determinatio. 

dtiat determinat. 

dueiat deveniat. 

dxt rfi^jY. 

d3 debent. 

djelco derelictio, derelicto. 



E. 



E. ;?5(?, Edwardtis, 


eodem. 


ec* ecclesia. 


E» £ra. 




e*^* ceqttivoca. 


eappt eapr&pter. 




ec*™ ecclesiam. 


easd easdem. 




ec*? ecclesiarum. 


eu mw, eadem. 




ecc*? ecclesiarum. 


eade eandem. 




ecc*'* eccksiastica. 


ebdo* hebdomada. 




ecclea ecclesia. 


ebd hebdomada. 




ecctia ecclesia. 


ebda hebdomada. 




ecc ecclesiasticus. 


ebde hebdomadal. 




ecca ecclesia. 


ebdma hebdomada. 




ecc'^* ecclesiastica. 


eb'e*'^ ebrietatem. 




ecci eccksiastici. 


eVat^ ebriaius, eburattis. 


eccia ecclesia. 



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ec® ecclesice. 

ecta ecclesia. 

ec® cequus, eqaus. 

ec etiam. 

eca ecclesia. 

ec* e contra. 

ece ecclesice. 

69* f contra. 

eci° e contrario. 

e^rio e contrario. 

edcm e dictum. 

edd edendum. 

e'^'ne wdificationem. 

Edwus Edwardus. 

e*^' eadem, ecedem, eodem. 

ed edictum. 

edc°* edictum. 

edcm edictum. 

Edrus Edwardus. 

Edus Edmundus, Edwardus. 

e® ecclesie. 

ee* essentia. 

ee^lis essentialis. 

ee*tr essentialiter. 

ggam essentiam. 

ee*nt essentialis. 

ee® essentice. 

ee^^® essentialis. 

een* essentia. 

een*lir essentialiter. 

een^tr essentialiter. 

eenciatr essentialiter. 



een^** essentialis. 
een'^ essentialiter. 
eena essentia. 
effciuQ effectivum. 
effic"" efficaciter, efficitur. 
effi"'' efficiuntur. 
effi"" efflcaciter, efficitur. 
effi*'® efficientis. 
efE"^^ effective. 
eff"™ effectivum. 
effu° effusio. 
effcm effectum. 
effcs effectus. 
effo effecto. 
efftu effectii. 
effu eff'ectu. 
efetm effectum. 
eg*^" (egritudo. 
eg^dif^ egreditur. 
eg®dr egreditur. 
eg^s® egressus. 
eg^nis mgritudinis. 
eg'nu cegritudinum. 
eg^ne cegrotationem. 
eg^' (g^er, egeritur. 
eg'^tudin^ cegritudinis. 
eg <?/'f7a, ^r<70, egregius. 
ege egregie. 
ego tf-^ro, e^eo, 6'^ero. 
egonc egestionem. 
eguf egrediuntur. 
ego egero. 



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e' enim. 
e»ce ceqia'rocp. 
ei^'t^ ejectus. 
eic^e pjicere. 
e'polt (pquipoUet. 
e'°a* cBquivahntui . 
e'ua"* (equirakm. 
e'ua* cpquivakt. 
e'ua*' wqutva /enter. 
e'u cBqnivalet. 
&P ejus. 
ei^d ejusdem. 
e' en/m. 
eim eJusmo</i. 
eis ^'w^. 

elem eleemosynam. 
ele"** elementa. 
e^®* (Bquivalet. 
ele*' elementi. 
ele*' elenientis. 
eleu elevato. 
elea eleemosyna. 
eleta elementa. 
e'' (equali. 
elia eleemoayna. 
elo**" elongando, eloquewlo. 
eloqcia eloquentia. 
eloqt^ eloquitur. 
e^3 (Bquivalet. 

et wqaalis, elementunij eleemo- 
syna. 
eta eleemosyna^ elementa. 



etaris elementaris. 

etari^ elfemosynarim. 

etco™ electionem. 

etcon3 electionem. 

etcto electio. 

q\(P eleetus. 

etca electa. 

etci e/ee^«. 

etcio electio. 

etco electio, electo. 

etcs eleetus. 

etcus eleetus. 

eteia eleemosyna. 

eti elementi. 

eiia eleemosyna. 

etie eleemosyuce. 

etis dementis, eleemosynu. 

etm eleemosynam, electuarium, 

elementum. 
etosina eleemosyna. 
eto? elementorum. 
etta elementa. 
etto? elementorum. 
ettm elect um. 
emdu emendum. 
emi™* eminentissima. 
emp'i empyrei. 
empti emplastri. 
emptm emplastrum. 
emp emptio. 
em* emanavit. 
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erndau emendavit. 


ep emptus, episeopus, epistola. 


efhd emendam, emendet, emen- 


epat epi^scopalis. 


dum, emendationem. 


epatus episcopatus. 


emdo emendatio. 


epat^ episcopatus. 


emgete emergente. 


epc episeopus. 


emtulatus ementulatus. 


eptiia Epiphania. 


em gen emergens. 


eptiie Epiphanice. 


emg*^ emergit. 


epi episcopi. 


emseriit emerserunt. 


epiu ppitaphium. 


6°*^ eleemosynas. 


epla epistola. 


Engles Englesceria. 


eplaris epistolaris. 


engt Englesceria. 


eplas epistolas, epulas. 


enig'=* (Bnigmatica. 


eple epistolw, epulce. 


enort enormiter. 


epm episcopum. 


e"* erunf, exeunt. 


epo episcopo. 


enuc^® enuntiale. 


epopus episeopus. 


enu'"® enuntiare. 


eps episeopus, episcopis. 


enuare enumerare. 


epsco episcopo. 


enuus enumerans. 


eptus episcopatus. 


enlaat'^ enervatur. 


epus episeopus. 


e° (Bquatio,e conirario, ego,eundo. 


eq* mqwiliter. 


eod eodem. 


eq*t cequnlis. 


eodm eodem. 


eq^m cequam, equam. 


eod° eodem modo. 


eq'cu cequivocum. 


60? eorum. 


eq'tu equitum. 


eo eodem. 


eq't equites. 


epco episcopo. 


6*1118 cequalis. 


ephifie epiphanicp. 


eq° (jequatio, (equo modo. 


epi^*^ Epiphanice. 


eq'" (equatur, cequetur. 


epitia epilepsia. 


eq^ (equates. 


epip Epiphania. 


eq3 cequat. 


episc episeopus. 


eq cequus, eques^ equrn, 



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eqlis cequalui. 


esthr esthridinga [East Riding). 


eqlit' cequa/ifcr. 


esti^co cestimatio. 


eqtr (equaliter. 


e* errt^, m#, ^«/. 


eq° ceqiiatio. 


et* (sterna. 


eq**' (eqitationis. 


etc- <?/ c(etera. 


eqpat' cequiparatur. 


et^ ceterrujB. 


eqq equites. 


et"* (sternum. 


eq*" (equaliter. 


ef (ptenwliter. 


eqs ^7MJ«, f^wi**, (equm. 


etr 6"^ reliqua. 


eqstr equestris. 


et essf"^, etiam. 


equo oequivocatio. 


e t ^o</eiw tempore. 


eC^ CE^M^. 


et" <?^ sic. 


e. r. e^ reliqtia. 


etm etenim. 


grat fjf'e,-at. 


et™ ^'^ tamen. 


ei^ta erectam. 


e t^ eodem termiuo. 


ero''' erroribus. 


etrna*^ (sternahter. 


ero* erroneum. 


et:ne csterne. 


611^3 errorem. 


etni*' (stemitatis. 


er frff^, enY, enint. 


etnit (steniitas. 


erca erectam. 


etn^ (stern lis. 


eree erecte, erectce. 


eua™ evangelium. 


erc^ erectus. 


eua*^ erangelistarum. 


ernt eran^, ^mw^. 


eua*^ evangelist(B. 


ert erajit, erunt. 


euagt ernngelium. 


esc*biu escambium. 


euch* euchariistia. 


esc^giu escangium. 


eucha* euchari-^tia. 


eseap escapium. 


eucha*" eucharistifp. 


escabiu escamhhim. 


euck* eucharistia. 


escagiii escangium. 


eucka* eucharistia. 


esitaco hcesitatio. 


eucka^ euc/ian'sti/s. 


espd esperdiim. 


eue™ eveniam, erentum. 


ess e8soniavity essonium, es^mi- 


eue* ^-eniY, 



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eug evangelida, evangelistce. 


ex*hi extrahi. 


eui* evidentia. 


ex^tie extrahere. 


eui"^* evidens. 


ex^it extraxit. 


euit evidenter. 


ex*iu'' extrajudiciali. 


euka* eucharistia. 


ex*ne^ extraneus. 


euk® eucharistm. 


ex*"^ exemplar. 


euo*^' evocandi. 


ex^'tus excommunicatus. 


euu. evaiigelista. 


ex*uf extrahura. 


euua'^* evangelica. 


exai" examinatio. 


euuan^ evangelistce. 


exeaco excommunicatio. 


euuang evangeh'sta, evangelium. 


excae excommunicare. 


euua° emngelio. 


excedna excedentia. 


euua'* evangelista. 


exce* excellit. 


euua*"^ evangelizatur. 


exoi^^ exscindendi, excipiendi. 


euuagta evangelista. 


ex**" executum. 


euuglia evangelia. 


exc excommunicat. 


euuka* eucharistia. 


exca* excommunicata. 


euuta evangelista. 


excanf excusantur. 


euu"" evangelium. 


exca° excusatio. 


euufi* evangelista. 


excatus excommunicatus. 


euu° evangelio. 


excaui excommunicavi. 


euu* evangeliis. 


exco excommunicatio. 


euu evarigelista. 


excoe excommunicatione. 


euue evangelistce. 


excois excommunicationis. 


euuge** evangelista. 


excoi***^ excommunicatus. 


eugtta evangelista. 


exc*" excommunicatur. 


euo evacuatio, evocatio. 


excri excommunicari. 


ex* executoria, exempla, extra. 


ex9'care excommunicare. 


exacco exactio. 


ex9'co excommunicatio. 


exad° ere adverso. 


exc," excommunicatio. 


ex'^duce extraducere. 


ex" extremi. 


ex^ere extrahere. 


exe'*"*' exevutoriales. 



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ex*"" extrejna. 


ex" ex adversOj excepto^excommu' 


exe** executio. 


nicatio, exemplo. 


exero^ exercitus. 


exoppo ej!" opposito. 


exe'® executore. 


exo*" exaneratur. 


exhibico exhibitio. 


exo*° ea; opposito. 


exh exhibet, exhibent. 


ex"' excommunicationem. 


exfindo exhercendo {exercendo), 


ex°^ extremorum. 


exhibendo. 


ex°^* excommunicationis. 


exbre exhibere. 


exoria executoria. 


extiri exhiberi. 


expHari expectari. 


ex' exempli. 


exp'^tau expectavit. 


exibe exhibere. 


exp^e exprimere. 


exibi exhiberi. 


expt explicit. 


g^icat exemplificat. 


expftr expellitur. 


ex'cat excommunicaf. 


expnis expemis. 


ex'ficat exemplificat. 


expo^3 expositionibus. 


exige exigere. 


expo"^ expositorius. 


ex'n''"^ extnnsecum. 


expoif exponitur. 


ex'ns"* extrinsecum. 


exp*° exprofecto. 


ex^^ exceptiSy excommunicatianis, 


expi* experientia. 


exemplis. 


expi^' experiendum. 


existe exisiente. 


expi* experienticB. 


exist'e existere. 


expie* experientia. 


exit exifus, exitum, exitibm. 


expi"* experimentalis. 


ex^* exempla. 


expimtii experimentum. 


ex^f executoriales. 


expi*** experitnento. 


ex^ exemplis. 


expi*' experimentaliter^ experi- 


ex™ exemplnm. 


mentum. 


ex'"^ excommunicati&ms. 


expqiaj experqueriarum. 


ex"** existens. 


exp expenditure expensum. 


ex°*^ existenti. 


expto expulsio. 



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expo expositio. 


extn''^ extrinseca. 


exp°' expositionem. 


extn*'" extrinseco. 


expom expositionem. 


extn*^' extrinsecus. 


exptadu expectandum. 


exti 6'ir^eri. 


expssio expressio. 


extiata exterminata. 


expss expresse. 


exupat exsuperat. 


ex'' examinetur, excipietur. 


ex^ne excusatione. 


ex'"'^ excommunicare. 


ex executio, exitus, extra. 


exsp^tauit expectaverit. 


exei* exercitia. 


ext* excepta, extra. 


excis executricis. 


ext*ctu extractum. 


exi extremi. 


ext^ire extraire. 


exifieaf exemplificatur. 


ext^iudctr extrajiidicialiter. 


exit existit, extitif, extraxerit. 


ex**^ existente. 


exiu'* extrajudiciali. 


exfa extrema. 


exm exemptum, extremum. 


extern extremum. 


exme extremre, extreme. 


ext^'na externa. 


exmi extremi. 


exte*" extenditur. 


exmi**^ extremitas. 


exf^BS extremitas. 


exmi**^ extremitate. 


exte° extensio. 


exn* existentia. 


ext^°? extremorum. 


exn^' existentibus. 


exte* extendit. 


exnciu existentium. 


ex*^* exceptiSy excommum'catis. 


exn*^ existentice, existente. 


extic™ extinctum. 


exn™ eonstentiam, existentium. 


extiata exterminata. 


exns existens. 


ex**"^ executor. 


Qxn^ existentes. 


ex*™ earj^M. 


exnt existunt. 


ex*" exceptum, executum, exem- 


exnte existente. 


plificatum. 


exntia existentia. 


ext examinatis, extra. 


exntf existentis. 


ex* excepto. 


exri exemplari. 


©xto e^tunc. 


exs exemplis, 



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extat exstaf. 


ee*™ essentiam. 


ex** excommimicati. 


ee*nt essentialis. 


ex*'* excommunicato, exemplatis. 


ee® essenticB. 


exi'stenfis. 


een* essentia. 


ex*'* exitti. 


eenciatr essentialiter. 


Q^tis excommunicatm. 


een"* essentialis. 


ex*' ex parte. 


een' essentialiter. 


eSctsA, exstiterat. 


eena essentia. 


exci' exercitui. 


eet ^«s^^. 


exei" exercitatio. 


ee es.s^, essent. 


exci**» exercitato. 


egliu euangelium. 


excitu exercitum. 


eicie"" ejicientur. 


excit^ exercitus. 


eig*'" erigetur. 


excito exercitatio. 


ei etenim. 


exce exercere. 


eli cequali. 


e^ ^M«. 


elus cemulus. 


e^d ejusdem. 


etr (Bqualiter. 


e. <>»?;», e«^. 


ena^® essentiale. 


e'*' ^s^ dicendum. 


eni etenim. 


een*8 essenfias. 


ep^ episcopus. 


ei ^««w. 


eto (equato, excepto. 


epco empti4). 


et essetis. 


ept emplaMrum. 


e t eosdem termtnos. 


ephn emplastrum. 


euale* (eqiiivalentia. 


ep**^ emptione. 


eualet cequiralet. 


epts emptus, empturuH. 


eualet cequivalent. 


e ecclesia, enim, episcopm^ erit, est. 


eualet cequivalenter. 


eat era^. 


eua* tequivaltiit. 


ee* easentia. 


eua** evangelista. 


ee*lis essentialis. 


eua*' cequivalenter. 


ee'tr essentialiter, 


eu3 cequiralet, 



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F. 



F, fabricant, faciendum, falsa, 
falsam, faustum, fecit, feli- 
citas, feliciter, felix, femina, 
feodum, feria, fertorem, 
fertores, fcstum, fiat, fieri, 
filia, filius, firma, fit, for- 
tuna, frater, fraternitas, 
frons, fundavit, fandum, 
futuris, quadraginta. 

i'^ feria, forma. 

fab'ca fahrica. 

fab fahrica. 

fabc* fahricat. 

faci*' faciliter. 

fac*" faciliter. 

fac facias, faciendum, Jacit, 
factus. 

facltas facultas. 

fa8e facere. 

isk^et facer et. 

fg^dum faciendum. 

fa*^' faciendum., facundus. 

f a^® fades. 

Pgilisfragilis. 

i&mfalda. 

ialla,^ fallacia. 

iaWa. fallacia. 

i&ms famulus, 



ian^^ fantastica. 

f^ncia Francia. 

f^ngit frangit. 

f a°* faciens. 

ioF faciliter. 

iax^ farina. 

idsr& farina. 

faria far in am. 

f a'"3 faceret. 

i&^falsus. 

i^^falsas. 

fa* facit, faciat, faceret. 

isiiV^ familiar em. 

isiifaciant. 

ica. facta. 

iciafactis. 

ic\& fercula. 

f cm factum, 

fco facto. 

ic8 factus. 

f ct fecit. 

icmr' facturus. 

icvL^facturum. 

feb*-' febrem. 

f eb^® fehris. 

Febr Februarii. 

Feb Februarii. 

iec fecit, 



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iQcitfecerit. 


QsL^ finaliter. 


fed fecundus^ foedus. 


f'b3 fratribus. 


ie^^/ebres. 


fidePoTa fideiussoriam. 


ie^/ebrem. 


fide"" fideliter. 


ieiffeojf'am en turn. 


Me^fdelis. 


ie^B/ebns. 


fi* figurce, filiw. 


ieiafemina. 


&etfient. 


ieie femince. 


fiet feref, fierent. 


f et felix, feliciter. 


^Qii fieri. 


fet recfelim recordationis. 


^g^fgiira. 


iemeli/emeNa. 


^gajigura. 


f^mu* fremunt, fremuefunt. 


figa*" fguraliter. 


ie^feminini. 


Q.2:ai fguratum. 


i^o/reiw. 


figa figuram. 


f^qcP frequenting. 


figco figuratio. 


i^'i^ frequenter. 


fige figurcE. 


iei^feria. 


^^figuli. 


f er fercr, feria, ferrum, fert. 


fi' fieri. 


iertferunt. 


fi^' fidelis, finaliis. 


iesi festinando. 


G.'^Jihum. 


f e* fecerunt, fecit, fecisset. 


&^''finna. 


fet fecit. 


f^ma firma. 


S fabricaverun t, fecerun t, felices, 


f m*i^ Jirmaritis. 


feoffamentum, fiUi, fratres. 


f matu firmatum. 


fundaverunt. 


i^nu}^ frmitate. 


if feoffamentum. 


fin finalis, finis. 


fi. fideli, fdimus. 


Iini/im'rt. 


^^ figura. 


^°filio. 


fi*bat figurabat. 


fir. fir miter. 


^^^^ figuratum. 


firmtu firmamentum. 


^^ fguram. 


fir** firmitate. 


fiat finaiis. 


fir*" firmamento. 



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firre firnmre. 


flu"" fluminum. 


firtu firmatum, firmamentum. 


flu"^ fiumen. 


fi** finita. 


^ue fiumen. 


fi*® fidelitate. 


fluP' fiuminibm. 


fi*' finitum. 


Quia fiuminis. 


fi" fidelium. 


flun fiumen. 


fixs ^a^Ms. 


ft. falsum, filius, fiumen. 


63 /wis, finem. 


fia, falsa. 


fiat finalis. 


f tariii falsarium. 


iia.^ fina liter. 


^Q&falsas. 


fie ^Aze. 


^Qfals(B,felle. 


fie finem. 


Hgensfulgens. 


f 1 /er?a, //m,s. 


fii falsi. 


f ia figura. 


f tis /a^s?.s, fatalis. 


f ia figuram. 


&i^ falsitas. 


f ib3 finihus. 


&ita.8 falsitas^ felicitas. 


iidefrigida. 


fti*® falsitate, felicitate. 


f ie"" finietur. 


f tm falsum. 


fills fidelis. 


iXofalso. 


f ios //eos. 


fto? falsorum^ famuhrum. 


fis filius^ finis. 


f ts falsaSy famulus. 


f itag finitarum. 


ft^ falsus, famulus. 


f ius films. 


f ™ falsum. 


fiJ et /ere^. 


f n /;ie. 


fi^i/m. 


i° f also, folio. 


fla'^'/a^Ms. 


i°m.a forma. 


flais fiaminis. 


iami f omentum. 


fle /ere. 


Pntose frontose. 


flor florenus. 


for* forma. 


flu^ fiumine. 


f oralis formalis. 


flue flumen. 


f or*lit formaliter. 


fluia fiumina. 


f or*tm formalem, formalium 



Latin Abbreviations. 



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fortn fommm^ forestam. 

for*r formaliter. 

io^t format. 

iot^jonnatur. 

ioT^forinseca. 

ioxf^ foresUe. 

for*cado fomicando. 

f orkiom fornication em. 

f or*die formidiiie. 

f or'dose formidolote. 

f or^* fortnidine. 

ioi^B formis. 

for^"^ forestarius. 

iorm foramen, formiim, forum. 

f or"^ forn icatione. 

ioT^ formatio. 

tof formaliter. 

ion forma rem. 

iort fortibus. 

forf foris. 

forf f '^tu foriiifactum. 

f orf f ec forisfecit. 

f orf iudicaco forisjudicatio. 

ior^ formarum. 

for foresta, forestariws, forum. 

ior&foresta. 

f orcai fornicari. 

fordat formidat. 

toTeform(e. 

f off cura forisfactura. 

f orf ec forisfedt. 

ioriforaminij fornuiri. 



iorhaformalis. 

f orns^ forensis, forinsecus. 

f orsico forensico. 

fort™ formatum. 

ioW fonnatur. 

for*' formaliter. 

ioTt fortiter. 

f 0|s forum. 

f o^*'* forinseca. 

f o faho, festo, foliOy foras, foris. 

ioa.^ foramen. 

fr. francorunij franci. 

fragi**® fragilitas. 

franc Francia, Francus, Fran- 

cigena. 
francpt fraticiplegii. 
irajicptinf ranciplegium. 
fratas frateniitas. 
fraf'et fratruelis. 
h^f rater. 

frcm fractum, frttctum. 
bcafructus. 
freqfir frequen ter. 
freqt frequen ter. 
in^frigidus. 
f rigm frigidum. 
fj^tis frigiditatis. 
iTidsifrigida. 
irivD. frigidum. 
fr issima frigid issimam. 
{ri\t frequenter. 
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hviP^^ frumenti. 

h^i^ frmtra. 

fr feria, forum, franciis, frater, 

frequens, frumentum. 
&^ fraternitas. 
^q\^ fractam. 
fi^ct® fractus, fructus. 
frctm fractum^ fructum, furcil- 

latum. 
ires fra f res. 
fre fratrem. 

fri fratri, freti, frumenti. 
frih^ fratnbus. 
f iif o"^* ferrifodina. 
fris fratris. 

frm frigidum, frumentum. 
f^jtas fraternitas. 
frni^f frater nitatis. 
fros feriatos. 
frq? frequenter. 
fniet fratruelis. 
ff"^ fructus. 
f* facit, fecit, ft, fuit. 
fiofuturo. 
f^ctu fructum. 
i^ci^ fructus. 
inert fuerunt. 
iugitifugitm. 
fug fiiga, fugitivus. 
f ugo? fugitivorum. 
i^ifrui. 
f^ico fruitio. 



iH^^ fruition e. 

ini^fuisset. 

f "meti frtimenfi. 

f ^mnto frumento. 

iuTBAF furatus. 

i^^t" frustra. 

iu^ fuit. 

iut^ futurum. 

int^afutura. 

iui^ifuturi. 

iut^is futuris. 

f ufm futurum. 

ixxXvafuturum. 

ivJisfuturus. 

f iidaco fundatio. 

f uigo fumigatio. 

iufuit. 

iuamfneram. 

iuatfuerant. 

imtfu^rit. 

iuitfuerint. 

iuP fuerimus. 

funt fuerunt. 

iviai fuerunt. 

f f festum. 

F. JfOOOO. 

f festum, foi'esta, fugitivus. 

fa fallacia, festa. 

fa^' finalis. 

farius ferrarius. 

faf feratur. 

t&ifuratus. 



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fe? frater. 

f oco fractio. 

foi fact i. 

f Git facit. 

fo^m ferculum. 

fff^ factum. 

t(^^ fractixme. 

ia^ fecit. 

f eta facta. 

fcto facto. 

fcfactw. 

iefere. 

fer fi^ri. 

ff feoffa me nttim. 

fgi*® f rigid itate. 

fi fieri. 

fi&feria. 

fiaco3 feriationem. 

iia,^ feriatur. 

f iar filinrum. 

fi&tA feriata. 

fiat* dferiatus dies. 

fuBferiis. 

fU&tfallat. 

flP fallacice. 

f\i^ fallacia. 

flnget ferlingellus. 

flofamulo. 

f\ng;i ferlingi. 

i\s famulus. 

fm fa/sutn, feodum, festumy fir- 



mum. 



fmskfirma. 

ftna"*** firmamento. 

frait firm iter. 

fm" fermentari. 

fmto fer mento. 

fti forsan, f&rsitan. 

ivAa. ferenda, fienda. 

fn^ frangtint. 

fo fa/so, feodo. 

fod*i^ feodarius. 

for furoris. 

i^ frequenter. 

fi frater. 

fra.frigida. 

fr^ feria. 

fi^ frig idttas. 

fr\^ fratrihus. 

frde frigide. 

frefacere, f rat re. 

fremfratrem. 

fresfratres. 

fre fratrem. 

fri fratri, frumenti. 

fii&fena. 

feib^ fratrihus. 

fiie fer i(e. 

frif o"^ fcrrifodiikB. 

fna fer its. 

fri feria. 

frm feriam, fratrem, fratrum, 

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fro feretro, ferro, frumento. 


ftofuturo. 


fr^ fr aires. 


ft^ ferfur. 


fruelis fratruelk. 


ft^rf futuris. 


fru ferrum, fratrum, fratnen- 


ft^ fratrum. 


tum. 


f 'if rater. 


fraferia. 


fade fraude. 


fs f evens, fratres. 


f 4b3 fructibm. 


f tas Jirinitas. 


famfumum. 


ft^ fratri. 


fu8 fraus. 


fi^h^ fratribus. 


fufervet. 


ftiifertilis. 


f 1 ferrum, fratrum. 


fti& futuris. 


rTuferrum. 



G. 



Gr 400. 


g*mneu gramineum. 


g* erga, gradus, gratia. 


g^nafP granatarius. 


gablat gablatores. 


g^nd grandis. 


g%3 gradibus. 


g*ngia grangia. 


gab gabulum. 


g*nu granuni. 


g*oa grammaticam. 


g*n granum. 


gallin gallinam. 


gard gardaroba. 


gait yallo, gallum. 


g^s gratias. 


gat galo. 


g^ticus grammaticus. 


g*tr generaliter. 


g*ti"^ gratitudine. 


g*iti gratiam. 


g^ua grava. 


g*m gramen. 


g*uab gravabaty gravabit. 


g^mis graminis. 


g*uam gravamen. 



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g^uare gravare. 

g*iiat^ graratus. 

g*ui'^ graviter. 

g^uit* graviter. 

g*| gratia mm. 

g^ gratiam. 

g® genere, gratice. 

ge^* genu it. 

geia gfmina. 

geld geldum, geldavit. 

geldb geldabat, geldabit. 

ge^* generate^ gelide. 

ge™ gentem, gentium. 

g'^man^ germanus. 

gem geniinus, gemitus. 

gemb3 gemitibus. 

ge°* generatione. 

ge"*® geminis, generationis. 

geii generaliter, generavit, gene- 

rosus, genuit. 
genalis generalis. 
gem gemini^,generationis,geniuSf 

geutes, geretis. 
geSaco generatio. 
genlm genenim. 
geo^ geometria. 
gers gersuma. 
g^ss^ gressus. 

g^x ^/'^O*. 

ge^ genus. 
gei' gemini. 
ggjres genitores. 



geit^ genitus. 

geiji geminorum, genitorum. 

geia gemina. 

ge genus. 

gee ^^;i^e. 

g^ igitur. 

gigit gignitur. 

Giltt^ Gillebertus. 

girf girfalco. 

giro giratio. 

g^ generis. 

gleba* glebale. 

glo™ glossam. 

glos^u glossarium. 

glo glossa. 

glo*"" gloriosior. 

glosus gloriostis, 

gta gloria, glossa. 

gtaf gloriatur. 

gta gloriam, glossam. 

gtd geMum, gilda. 

gte glorice, glossee. 

gtia gloria. 

gtifi" glorijicatio. 

gtifi*' glorificatum. 

gtifio glorijicatio. 

gto**"" gloriosior. 

gtose gloriosce, glorio-ne. 

gtosi*® gloriositate. 

gtoss™° gloriosissimo. 

gtosus gloriosus. 

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gn gemus, genus. 

gna genera. 

gnalis generalis. 

gnatr genera liter. 

gnari generari. 

gne genere. 

gno generatio. 

gns gentes. 

g° ergo. 

g°^ generatione. 

g**^® generationis. 

g°88^ grossiis. 

g^ igitur. 

grat grates^ gratus. 

g'^b3 generibus, gradibm. 

gr gradus, gratia, igitur. 

gra gratia. 

gras gratias. 

giTi gratium. 

gf e gratice. 

grosus gratiosus. 

gurg gurges. 

gf generis. 

g^ genus, gradus. 

g gaudium, geldum, genera, geni- 
us,genus,gifda,gratia,igitur. 
gbit generabit, gravabit. 
g''3 gradihus, gravaminibus. 
goia gratia. 
gcit gracilis. 
gd^ gradus. 



gd gradum. 

ge gratice. 

ginat germinal. 

gin^ geminus, genuinus. 

gis generis. 

git geritis. 

gle generate. 

gt generaUs. 

gir generaliter. 

gnabut' generabuntur. 

gn^3 gerentibus. 

gn^ genere. 

gn^osus generosus. 

gn^u generum. 

gngia grangia. 

gniti geniti. 

gp}^ generabile, generate. 

gn" generatio. 

giitib3 gerentibus. 

gnt gentes. 

gnut C«w^, Canute. 

gu generet. 

giistf genistis. 

gnj gener. 

gSa genera. 

gnla* generari. 

gSali gener all. 

gSatr generaliter. 

gnja*" generatum. 

gnla™* generalissima. 

gSa° generatio. 

gSa'" generaliter. 



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^Sati generatim. 


gtl generatim, gradatim. 


gSbr generabifur. 


gto grata. 


gSe genere. 


gt^ generatur, igitur. 


gSis genei'is. 


gtu gratum. 


gSlis generalk. 


gt gratum. 


gSo generation genero. 


gtm genitivum. 


gSoe generation e. 


gte gentes. 


g"** generatione. 


guam gravamen. 


grose gloriose, gratiose. 


gtiis gran's. 


g'' gratiarum. 


guf geruntur. 


gs generis^ gratias. 


g® gustus. 


gta grata. 


g? gratiarum. 


gta"" gratanter. 


gi geri. 


gtau gustacit. 


g'man^ germamts. 


gti generati. 


I'm' germen. 



H, ducenti, habemus, habent, 
habet, hac, hcec, heres, herus, 
hie, hoc, homo, fionestus, 
hora, huj'uSy humilis, hun- 
dred um. 

H. A. Aoc a«wo. 

ha* ^/7irt. 

hab habet, ha beret. 

babe habere. 



h^ Aa^<5, haga^. 
haia haiam. 
ha^ hakeneim. 
ha"" habetur. 
hast htisds. 
ha^ harum. 
hac A««c. 
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haet haheret. 

halts habitations. 

handn? hahundanter. 

hbe habere. 

h*' hac, ha;c, hie, hoc, huic, hunc. 

hd hundredum. 

hdr hundredum, 

h.. e. hoc est. 

hereu^d hereicceda. 

her heres. 

H. F. F. hoc fieri fecit. 

hh heredes. 

h. i. A/c invenies. 

Hiertm Hierusalem. 

Hierust Hierusalem. 

hincin hincinde. 

Hirt Hierusalem. 

Hirtm Hierusalem. 

hP huju^smodi. 

h. 1. A/c /e^e, Aoc /oco. 

H. M. hoc monumentum, honesta 

matrona, honesta mulier. 
h" hoc, homo, homicidio. 
ho, homo, hora. 
ho* hora. 

hobedia obedienfia. 
h°c® hoccus. 
ho^ AoflfiV, homine. 
h°^ hujusmodi. 
ho'^' honorahili. 
hoi"* hominum. 
ho^^ hominis, 



ho% hominis. 
hoi" homicidium. 
hoim hominum. 
ho"^ honorabilis. 
ho™ hominem, hominum. 
homii homagii. 
hoii^3 honorabilibus. 
hon^''* honorabiles. 
honor honorabilium. 
hoii honorabilem. 
hoii^^ honorabilibus. 
hoii"" honorabilium. 
hofi^f honorabilix. 
h°° ^c woc?o. 
ho^'t honoris. 
hosp®* hospites. 
hosp'* hospitia. 
hosp*^ hospitatce. 
hospari hospitari. 
hoss. hostes. 
host*ii hostarii. 
ho*" honestate, honestm. 
ho| horum. 
hoestf hcnestatis. 
hoib^ hominibus. 
hoici"* homicidium. 
hon hominum. 
hora"'' honorabilior. 
h5ri honori. 
ho homo. 

hoci"* homicidium. 
hoe homine, 



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hoes homines. 


huore humorem. 


hoi ho mini. 


hua humana. 


hoim hominum. 


huatr habitualiter. 


hoiu hominum. 


hua humanam. 


hom hominem, horam. 


hue humante, humane. 


hor honor. 


hui humidi. 


hore honorem. 


huior humidior. 


hos horas. 


hun^ humanus. 


hrdes heredea. 


huoi hujumiodi. 


hua humanam. 


hye*''3 hiema/ibus. 


hui® huj'us. 


hyes hiems. 


hui^ceoi hnjuscemodi. 


hj^ hymnus. 


hui^'^' hujumnodi. 


h^ hujus. 


hui-modi hujmmodi. 


h^e^'les huscarles. 


hui^mi hujiismodi. 


h^^' hujusmodi. 


hu^f humilut. 


h^i hujusmodi. 


humt humilis. 


H ^f^OOOO. 


humtr humi/iter. 


h habemus, hnbenf, habef, hac. 


hundr hundredum. 


hceCy he?'es, herus, hic^ hoc. 


huoi hujmmodi. 


homo, honestuSf hora^ huj'us^ 


hua' humane. 


humilis. 


hua^ humane. 


ham^ habenmus. 


hua™ hutnantim. 


hant habeont. 


hua*^ humanitate. 


hat habeat. 


huat^ hiimatm. 


hat' habeatur. 


huui humani. 


hat habeant. 


huida humida. 


hh AaAf"/, habebat. 


huil** humilitas. 


hhe habere. 


huilis humilis. 


he Aaf, /cMc, ^<ou'. 


huilla hnmillima. 


hc^<^ hucusque. 


huitr humiliter. 


hdib3 heeredibus. 


hui*^ humiditate. 


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tidr hmidredum. 

hdu hceredum. 

he hahe^ habere, heredihus. 

tieat haheat. 

heat habeant. 

tiebat habebat. 

Hebit habebit. 

Heb* habebit. 

tiebut habebunt. 

tiebr habebitur. 

tiebt habebat. 

tie*^' hcBreticum. 

tieditag hereditagium. 

tiedi^f hereditatis. 

tied*** hereditas. 

tied heredem, heredum. 

tieds heredes. 

tiedt^ia hereditaria. 

tiemi'"' heremitarum. 

bemit heremitis. 

bem^ habemus. 

bentes habentes. 

beo habeo. 

Ue^ habetur. 

bere habere. 

beri haberi. 

ber* haberet. 

ber habere. 

bes habens, habes, heres. 

bes hcsresis. 

b«* haberet. 

beticus hcereticm. 



bef habetur. 

b^f haberetur. 

betf habetis. 

bezeld^ herezeldus. 

be^ habemus. 

be| heremitarum. 

bes habemus. 

b'" Aw?'c. 

bi^' hujusmodi. 

bi^° hahitando, habitudo. 

bieta heneta. 

bigta herigeta. 

bi^® habile . 

bilit^° hubilitando. 

bit habilis. 

binacoem hotninationem. 

bi"^^ habitudinem. 

bi*"" habilior. 

tiita habita. 

bitag heritagium. 

bit*ie hereditarie. 

tiita° habitatio. 

bitare habitare. 

tiitet habitent. 

bitio habitio. 

bit^* hubitualis. 

tiit"' habitum. 

bit"® habitione, habitudine. 

tiifm habiturum. 

bitu habitu. 

tiitu® habitudine. 

bitu" habitudo. 



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tiitu habitum. 


tioib3 hominibus. 


tiitua habitura. 


tiois hominis. 


fiitC habitanti.% habitis. 


tior honor. 


!ii*f habitationi.% habitis. 


tir habefur, hundredum. 


lii^ hujusy hujmmodi. 


tire habere. 


fii^i hujusmodi. 


tire'* hereditaria. 


tiidia^' habitudinalis. 


tiret haberet. 


tiTm°' hujusmodi. 


tire haberem. 


fimil humilis. 


tin habetn. 


tiTn**! hujusmodi. 


tffs Aere«. 


timo hujusmodi. 


&* haberet. 


hmoi hujusmodi. 


ftrdi heredi. 


tim^ habemus. 


tis habes, heres. 


tims habemus. 


tit habent, habet. 


tin* habentia. 


tiuai*f humanitatis. 


tincia habentia. 


tiueft habuei-unt. 


tindi habendi. 


fiui habui. 


tindu habendum. 


tiiiisfie habuisse. 


tind habendum. 


tiuit habuit. 


tins habens. 


fiui^ hujusmodi. 


Kn* habentes. 


tiiiTTi humidum. 


tint habeut. 


tiunt habuerunt. 


tnti habenti. 


fiuat habuerat. 


tint' habeniur. 


tiult habuerint. 


feitf habitis. 


tiunt habuerunt. 


ftoblis honorabilis. 


mo habuero. 


ti"' hujusmodi. 


ti3 habent, habet. 


ti**! hominiy hujusmodi. 


ft^ hujusmodi. 



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I. 



I. ihi, id est, idus, JesuSy igitur, 

in, inferiy infer is, infra, 

ita, iterum, jussit. 
i* ilia, infra, intra, ita, prima, 

unica, una. 
i&Gia^ jactantia. 
iac3 Jacet. 
i&cit J acuit. 
ia,ct Jacet. 
iamdcus jamdictm. 
ian janua, Januarii. 
i*q itaque. 
i"3 primam. 
i*j illarum. 
ia jam. 
i* pnmam. 
iadco jamdido. 
iap^de jampridem. 
i^m ibidem. 
ibt ihit, ibunt. 
I. C. Jesus Christus, juriscon- 

sultus. 
ic illic. 
id. iduis. 
i^ illud. 

I. D./wssw Dei. 
idc'co idcirco. 
ide /c?em. 



idib^ idihus. 

idio*' idiomatum. 

i. d. iud. w diejudicii. 

I. D. N. m iJ^"/ nomine. 

id* ic? ^s^. 

id^ ?c?MS. 

id idem. 

idne indictione. 

ido z'c/eo. 

i® iVte, «7/^. 

iem Jesum. 

igno^ ignorantia. 

igno°am^ ignoramus. 

igno*® ignohilitate. 

ign «<7ms. 

ig°* ignorantia.. 

ig°mTa ignominia. 

jgOpg^a ignorantia. 

ig°rat iynorat. 

ig^tus ignotus. 

ig°t ignoranter. 

ig"* igitur. 

ig igitur. 

igs ^^rwfs. 

i. li. y^ce^ ^/c, invenies Mc. 

Ihc. Jesus. 

Ihertm Jerusalem. 

Ihtm Jerusalem. 



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Ihs. Jemis. 
Ih3 Jestitn. 
Ihes Johannes. 
Dit Jerusalem. 
lohes Johannes. 
lohi Jolmnni. 

ij* secunda. 
Me ibidem. 
i'd ibidem. 
iij* ^er^M!. 

iiij**'" quatuor. 

j^jtus quart us. 

iij^* tertius. 

ij° c?wo. 

I IX. oc^o. 

ilia*' Ulatio. 

illi*' illicitum. 

illP e7/??is, 

illis i7/m«. 

illita™ illimitatum. 

ill" t7/o wo(/o. 

illu®* illuminationes. 

illuia** illuminatio. 

illd e7/?^rf. 

iltimus illegifimus. 

iltatus illiteratiis. 

im, immortalis, imperator. 

i™ «7/ttw, ipsuniy irrotulatuniy 

ununiy mille. 
i. m. ?"« tnanu, in manibu^. 



imiutu imminutum. 

imp^*® impossibilis. 

impp. imperafores. 

imp'' imperiali. 

impp imperpetuum. 

imp imperator, imperant, im- 

peranfe, impetrant. 
imple impossibile. 
im imperator. 
imdo immundo. 
in. instantiam. 
i. n. w nomine. 
in^ri inbreviari. 
inc^ssadu incrassandum. 
inci'^® incidens, indpiens. 
inctuf inclausura. 
incor^^ incorporate. 
incor**e incorruptibile. 
inept incipit. 
incro incremento. 
inc*t incurrisset. 
inc incamationisy incipit. 
incfnto incremento. 
incp incepity incipit. 
incpnt incipiunt. 
incre incurrere. 
incrno incarnatio. 
ind. itidicfione. 
ind* indulgentia. 
indetabile indeclinabile. 
indi** indiciduis. 
indi" individualiy indirmbili. 
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indi" indimduo. 




int inlustris (illustris). 


i. n. D. ^ s. 'I i. T. 


in nomine 


in t in lihro. 


Dei et Sancfce et Individuce 


in n. in nomine. 


Trinitatis. 




hm innocens, innocenter. 


ind inde, indehitc. 


indietione, 


inobtoe in ohlatione. 


indus. 




in p, in pace. 


inda indulgentia. 




inp^^* impossibilis. 


indffnt indifferenter. 




inpolis impossibilis. 


indm indifferentiam. 




inp''^ impartialis. 


indra indijferentia. 




inppet imperpetimm. 


indm^ indifferenter. 




inpii^ impossibilis. 


indrns indifferens. 




inp^'"" impossibiliter. 


indm? indifferenter. 




inpo impositio. 


inet incequalis. 




inpoe impositione. 


metnii in eternum. 




inq^co inqiiisitio. 


inew inewardus. 




inq'o inquisitio. 


infto inflammatio, in 


flato. 


inq'sico inquisitio. 


infra** infraseripta. 




inq^sit inquisitum. 


inf rat infrigidat. 




inq inquiratur. 



inf** infraseripta. 
inf infracta. 
inff infortunium, 
infa,^ inferatur. 
infnus infernus. 
info infero. 
ing^*® ingenerabilis. 
inhico inhibitio. 
inhico3 inhibit ionetn. 
inhens inhcerens, in/iibens. 
inhilis inhabilis. 
iniun. injungentes. 
iniii in integrum. 



ins**"^ instanciis. 
insot insolidum, insolutum. 
insp^Ws inspecturis. 
inspect® inspecturis. 
inspi'*^ insjnratione. 
inspcoe inspectione. 
instam instantiam. 
instico institutio. 
inst^^ instrumentali. 
insfctus instructus. 
insf^le instrumentale. 
instra instrumenta. 
instris instrumentis. 



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inslrm tnstrumentum. 


int^it^ introitus. 


instro instrumento. 


infm^to intromitto. 


instro? instrumentorum. 


mfscptu introHcriptum. 


inst instituta, imtitutiones. 


inf intratM-y intelligitur. 


instnf iiistitutionis. 


intropta introscripta. 


insr insuper. 


int^sit intnmt. 


inSif inseritur. 


int /M^«*, interest, intersit. 


instu irtgertum. 


iiit^° intelligendo. 


int* intra. 


inte™ intellectum. 


iiit*co in f ratio. 


int^' intelligi. 


int^ns in trans. 


intlig' intelligitur. 


mt*uit intravit. 


inill'* intelligentia. 


inte'* intelligit. 


intlli^^ intelligibile. 


inte^® intelligibile. 


intlli® intelligo. 


inte^^ intelligibilia. 


intlti intelligi. 


intel""® intelligerc. 


intltndu intelligendum. 


intel*' intelligitur. 


intltn^ intelligentia. 


intel'uat intelkctualiH. 


intliur intelliguntur. 


inte™ intellectum. 


intn*^ intrimeca. 


inte'"* intelligere. 


intpoto interpolafio. 


inte^ intellectm. 


intp"^ interpretatur. 


inte** intendit. 


int*' intellectus, intellectis. 


inte** intentio. 


int mfer. 


intege intelligere. 


inrcal*i® intercalarim. 


intem intellectum. 


inreal*o intercalatio. 


int^ intelligi. 


in?ealarf intercalaris. 


int* intelligi. 


int'dco interdicto. 


iiit'*3 intrantibus. 


inrd interdum. 


int'n*^' intrinsecum. 


inte interest. 


intP' intellectualis. 


intee interesse. 


inttti intelligi. 


int'fco inter/ectio, interfecto. 


int" m^ro. 


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intfifie interficere. 


ip ^jysa, ejase. 


intP intenus. 


ipa epsa. 


intp™ interpretatum. 


ipa? ipsarum. 


int'poto interpolatio. 


ipe ?J3se. 


intpo iiiterpositio. 


ipi ^j9s^. 


int^pref interpretattir. 


ipis ^j9s^6'. 


intps interpres. 


ipi^ ^/>sms. 


iii?p8 interpres. 


ipm ipsum. 


int^ta" interpretatio. 


ip™m ipsummet. 


intpt" interpretaturi. 


ipo «/)so. 


inuen^' invenitur. 


ipo? ipsorum. 


inueiir invenitur. 


ips ejoses. 


inu"^ inventarium. 


ip3 ipsum. 


inucio invencio. 


irra^^ irrationali. 


mue innuere. 


jppb' irregulurihus. 


inoefie innocentice. 


irre^ritas irregularitas. 


inoiat® innominatm. 


irref irretitur. 


ifi inde^ integrum. 


irret^ irretitus. 


iiiti incontinenti. 


irre*' irregularitatis. 


iiiu* insula. 


irreiiobi*' irrevocabiliter. 


iiixe incomplexe, innixe. 


irres irregular es. 


i° ec^eo, «7&o, «7fo, primo. 


irrit^i irritari. 


jojjo pfifjio nocturno. 


irritat^' irritatur. 


iod jocundus. 


irri*^" irregularitaie. 


loti Johannes. 


irr°alis irrationalis, irrationabilis 


i°° iV/o woc?o. 


ims irregularis. 


i°? illorum. 


irrs irregularis. 


loes Johannes. 


i"^' illorum. 


lois Johannis. 


istim* istimet. 


i. p, in pace. 


istiin3 istimet. 


ip* ?jo.sa. 


ist «s^w(/. 


ip^ «J9se. 


i**^ ZS^WG?, 



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iter iterum. 


iusti" justificatio. 


i" kti. 


mv&ejuvamine. 


itid itidem. 


inn^ j'urare. 


i*"^ infratscriptus. 


iuu j'umf, j'uvabat. 


it item. 


inx^j'uxta. 


it"^' «Yew notandum. 


iuaj'ura. 


iw' UerabiU>5. 


mBLtaj'urata. 


itari iterari. 


iuaVes j'uratoreis. 


itm iterum. 


iue Jure. 


iudic'^ Judicacerit. 


inoie Juniore. 


iudicit' judicialiter. 


I. X. '/(?««« Christus. 


iudi™ judicium. 


i^ JesuSyJuSy illius, unius,primu8. 


indi° Judtrio. 


i^sti^ Jmtitia. 


ind^ Judicium. 


Tpti& J ustitia. 


ixid°judicio. 


i^tifi" Justificatio. 


iud' judicialiter. 


i^ir* Justus. 


iud judicium. 


I ibi, id esty igitur^ in. 


iudatr judicialiter. 


1* infrUy intra. 


ind.i judicari. 


1* primam. 


iaim. judicium. 


ibriare inbreviare. 


V^ej'ure. 


Ic*8atii incarceratum. 


vxgjugum. 


Ic*n°iie incarnationem. 


\\^^ quatuor. 


icarii iucarnationis. 


iura™ j'uramentum, juratam. 


icar" incarnationem. 


iura'° juramento. 


Ic**!^ iucarnationis. 


iur. caci/wm canonici. 


ic*f incarnationis. 


iur^ jurisdictianem . 


ich"co inchoatio. 


iurdco jurisdictio. 


ichacon iiichoatione. 


iuriur jurejurando. 


Icl'a" inclinatio. 


ius°| jiistitiariorum. 


icP° incluHO. 


m&sitjusserit. 


Mom inclinatianem. 


iust" j'ustitia. 


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ict* indudit. 


Idrent indifferenter . 


icorp^®^ incorporates. 


Idmti indifferenti. 


Icor'^' ificorporatum. 


ie ire, jure. 


icorp^®® incorruptibiles. 


ieb'at inebriant. 


icopa""" incompara hilior. 


let incequalis. 


icoti"" incontinenter. 


ie iwes^. 


ic^^ia incuriam. 


iee inesse. 


icat^ incusatus. 


ielia inwqualia. 


led incommodum. 


if" «j//Y/. 


i^es inconveniens. 


if^cta infracta. 


Ic,i** incognita. 


ifc^ infectum. 


190*^ incommodiiateni. 


ifcom infectionem. 


i9tia incontinentia. 


ifctu infectum. 


Id ^7/M</. 


ifi^' infidelis. 


ide ibidem. ' 


ifi™ infinitum. 


Idep*'' indempnitate. 


ifi*' infinitum. 


idi* individua. 


iflu* influentiam. 


Idid° individuo. 


ifto inflammatio. 


Idign* indigentia. 


If^dac^ne infeodatione. 


Idigfi indigentia, indignus. 


if°maco informatio. 


Idigco indignatio. 


ifor^'^ infortunium. 


Idign* indigentia. 


iforf^ informatur. 


Idi'^ individuis. 


ifra*° infrascripto. 


idi^® indivisibile. 


ifrare infrigidare. 


Idi^' indivisibilis. 


ifu^® infusione. 


Idi" individuo. 


if ^w/r«, infracta. 


idiom Mi divisionem. 


ifcom infectionem. 


ididua individua. 


ifct infectum. 


I do w dominio. 


ifite infinite. 


idu* inducit, induit. 


ifmis infirmis. 


idu*"" indumentum. 


ifos inferos. 


id mrfe. J 


ifetm infrascripttim. 



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Ift"^ infertur. 


ime*' immediatim. 


ig*rdo8 inguurdos. 


imofi immemoriali. 


igd'" ingreditur. 


Imu'' immnfabitis. 


I^us incogniftts. 


imii" immidntio. 


ihico inhibitio. 


imle immateriale. 


ihi'*'* inhabitando, inhibendc. 


imt immaterialis. 


ihitao inhabitatio. 


Imsi*® immensitate. 


ihe inhcerere. 


imsu immensum. 


Ifiet iiihorret. 


imge immerge. 


Ihiles inhabiles. 


imsu immersum. 


Ihitan inhabitantes. 


inocn* innocentia. 


P m/6j". 


P" inconveniens. 


?ca^^ incommunicabile. 


mil mis tnnumens. 


ii''' inimici. 


io t</<^o. 


ii"*® inimiciticB. 


loq ideoque. 


iicio wuYib. 


ipedi™ impedimentum. 


iioiu initium. 


ipedi*" impedimentum. 


Pes inconteniens. 


iped impedientem. 


?ii8 inconveniens. 


ipedcoe impeditione. 


lint m integrum. 


ipedr impeditur. 


uq* iniqua. 


ipe''3 impediret. 


liq' m/^?/i. 


ipe*° impedimento. 


ii'ia injuria. 


ipet**ne impetitione. 


iitu initum. 


Ipetns impetrans. 


iito »/wYto. 


iped^ impendere. 


iiur* injuriatn. 


ip'mf imprimid. 


iiur injuriis, injttriatus. 


iptit*i implacitari. 


nP^ injustitia. 


iptit implicita. 


iPte injuste. 


ipo* impotentia. 


n /;«'6?". 


ipo^ impos'sibile, iinpotenticB. 


ime** immediate. 


Ipo^' impossibilis. 


ime*" immediatum. 


ipor** importaret. 



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iport importat. 


Iseq*' insequitur. 


jpQtas imposHibilitas. 


Isp^to inspect 0. 


Ipo impotentia. 


Ispco™ inspectionem,. 


ipoa impotent ia, iniposita. 


is* m6'*7. 


Ipo' imponitur. 


Ist* instituta. 


Ipu^ri imputari. 


istacP insfantius. 


ipu*^' imputandum. 


Isti"*^ institutione. 


ipugtos mipugnatores. 


Ist'to? inditutorum. 


Ipu* unputat. 


istr* indrumenta. 


ipf'^coe imperfectione. 


Istris indrurnentis. 


Ipfcus imperfecta^. 


Istfo instrumento. 


ipsotr impersonaliter. 


Ist^ef instrueretur. 


Ipt imperat. 


Isf^m iiistnimentum. 


ipta™ importatum. 


Isf^mettr instrumentaliter. 


Iptat importat. 


ist"°^ta instrumenta. 


iptiri impertiri. 


ist'*"'-' imtructionem. 


Ip'' impossibile. 


Isf^'*"? instrumentorum. 


ip^'' impomhile. 


Isto institutio. 


Ipl' impossibilis. 


ist*' instrmnenti. 


ipme imp rime. 


Issi^^ imendbile. 


Ipo impositio. 


it^ m^ra. 


Ips impritnis. 


Ite* intelligentia. 


IpH inspexi, imomplexi. 


Ite'^" intelligendo. 


Ipssioe impressione. 


Ite® intelligentiw. 


lissom impressionem. 


Iteg^lit integraliter. 


Ipp^e improprie. 


ite^' intelligitur. 


Ippare impropriare. 


Ite'* intelligit. 


Ipss improhasset. 


Itel*^* intelligenda. 


Iq® itaque. 


Ite^" intelligitur. 


Iq"i iniquam, inquam. 


Ite** intellectus. 


Iq inquam, inquit, itaque. 


Ite* interest. 


Iqna"^ inquinatur. 


Ite'' intellectu. 



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Ite**** intendebat. 


itllige intelligere. 


Iteco intentio. 


itllx intellexit. 


ite° intensio. 


itltia intelligent ia. 


itfcs interfectm. 


itnd* intendit. 


itfic interficit. 


ito M»Y/o. 


Itf interfuit. 


it*^ intelligitur. 


It^'^ intelliijere. 


itrogo iiiterrogatio. 


It»^* intelligi. 


itse intrinsece. 


it'ncus intrinsecus. 


it"* intellexit. 


Itltr intelligitur. 


i? iVi^er. 


it"*^' intelliyendum. 


itdca interdicta. 


V^° inito. 


i?d* interdici. 


it°d"tu introductum. 


itdu interdum. 


it°dux introduxit. 


ltd interdum. 


It"itu introitu. 


i?ddo interdicendo. 


ifit® introitm. 


itree intere^fse. 


It°m*at intramittat. 


itessen* intereaaentia. 


It**m*t^ intromittere. 


itept^ interemplws. 


itot intonat. 


refcs interfectm. 


itr*'' intmrem. 


itfic interficit. 


If^ intelligere. 


itf interfuit. 


it*"'* intelligeret. 


iti® interim. 


itr intrare, intraret. 


itptt*e interpellare. 


it* w^/s. 


ffpol* interpohta. 


It'® iHtelkduH. 


itpoto interpolatio. 


It** intellect u. 


itipoe interponere. 


ifsit intrusit. 


i?p6ita^ interpositarum. 


it^ Z«^M«. 


itpo interpositio. 


it interest . 


it^r interpretatur. 


itgle integrate. 


itrptare inteipretare. 


itllcm intellectum. 


itptaco interpretatio. 


itUi** intelligere. 


itpti intetpreti. 



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itrup" interriimpere. 


10 illic. 


Itueiete interveniente. 


id illud. 


Ituetu interventu. 


ide ibidem. 


iu*s* invasit. 


id irtterdum. 


lueies inveniens. 


lia injuria. 


lueies invenies. 


10 ?WfO. 


lueif invenitur. 


loq ideoque. 


luo'^ invocationetn. 


ire jure. 


lunt^ inventus. 


is idibus. 


i^* incomplexa. 


1^ minus. 


i^ minus. 

1 ibi, id est, igitur. 

ia^ illarum. 


r winX. jur amentum. 
r at juramentum. 



K. 



K. caput, decern, kalendarum. 


ktda^s kalendarum. 


kalendas, kalendis. 


kt" Kyrie eleison. 


katn kalendas, kalendis. 


ktfi kalendas, kalendis. 


kar'' carence. 


ktru kalendarum. 


kartla cartula. 


kts kalendas, kalendis. 


kartlariu cartuhrium. 


K iOOW, ^«r^a (mr2^a). 


kar carena. 


kimus carissimus. 


karm^ carissimus. 


^mus carissimus. 


kated cathedra. 


km carissimum. 


kaissi^ carissimus. 


kmus carissimus. 


kai*^ caritatem. 


krmus carissimus. 


kai*'® caritatis. 


krms carissimus. 


kl. kalendas, kalendis. 


kr carissimi. 


ktas kalendas. 


krimi carissimi. 


kta? kalendarum. 


kfm carissimum. 



Latin Abbreviations. 
L. 



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L. lectio^ h'bro, lihn's, 


licet, qiiin- 


lb. /<?»•«, //i^r. 


quaginta, veL 




Ic. lucrum. 


1" litera^ qiiinquaginta^ quinqna- 


Ico fcc^o. 


geshna. 




Id laudes. 


P liferam, quitiqitagesimam. 


led levandum. 


lac I am. 




leg. legatus, legio. 


lacti lacerti. 




legatar legataria, legatarius. 


la^" latitudo. 




leg^ legitime. 


lag. lagemannus. 




legit legitime. 


laia lanina. 




legia legitima. 


la™ latum. 




jggmus legit imus. 


lapis lapiclis. 




leg^ legitur. 


lat'a lateraliUy latria. 


latrina. 


legHio legitimo. 


lati^m latihulum. 




leg legalis, legem. 


latin latinarius. 




leguuit legrewita. 


lat't /a^<Ya/. 




le™^ legitime. 


Iat°^ latitudinem. 




leps k/trostis. 



lat°ci° latrocinium. 
lat°i latori. 
lafn latronum. 
lat**us latomus. 
lat /a^e^, latitudo. 
latt latrat. 

laud laudes, laudihus. 
\&u laudes. 
laublis laudahilis. 
laulis laudahilis. 
layc laicus. 
ladgab landgabulum. 
laprid lamprida. 



\^ legitur. 

lest /«8^a, kstagium. 

leui™° lecissimo. 

leu ^crt. 

Ig Umgus, lovgitudo, 

li* /2«e«. 

li* lineam. 

lib*s libras. 

liber liberate, liherationis. 

libnr libenter. 

lib /«6er, liberata, libra. 

liba libera. 

liba" liberatio. 



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lilDaf^ Uherator, Uheratur. 


li //6er, /lira, libratay libro. 


lifea liheram. 


limaco legitimatio. 


libe libet'ce, libere, librce. 


iTmus legitimus. 


lifellus libelltis. 


lio /e6ro. 


liMr liberaliter. 


lita legitima, limita. 


libm liberum, librum. 


11. libentissimo, liberi, liberti, li- 


libns libens. 


bertatibus. 


lil5o libero^ libro. 


Inia licenfia. 


libo? liberorum, librorum. 


lo. /oc«, locutio, loquitur. 


libs /eJras, libros. 


1" quinquagesimo. 


libtas libertas. 


lo^ localiter. 


libte libertate. 


loc4 locari. 


lib"» Ubertatis. 


loca"" localiter. 


liceii licenfia, licentiatus. 


locu'' loquuntur. 


lici'" Ucitutn. 


locut® locutus. 


lie /w;^^, Ucitum. 


loco locutio. 


licia licentia. 


lo^* longitudo, loquendo. 


lien licentia. 


lo^ longce, longe. 


li® /eJere. 


log'* logica. 


li' /?6m. 


lot localis. 


lifi licentia. 


lotr localiter. 


li" quinquagesimo primo, libro. 


lo™ /oc«m. 


liqui'tia liqniritia. 


lo"® longitudine. 


liqat liqueat. 


long™® longissime. 


li*^* libertas. 


longa longceva. 


li*^ libertatem. 


\o^^ longitudinum. 


littas litferas. 


lo° /oco. 


11*'^°' Ucitum. 


loq* loquentia. 


li*' licittis, Ucitum. 


loq*r loquar. 


lit /^Yera. 


loqur loquitur. 


li?a /«Yem. 


loqla loquela. 


llg* lingua. 


loqr loquar, loquor. 



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loqf^ loquitur. 

lo*" localiter, loquitur. 

lorim*i^ lorimarius. 

lo"*' loquitur. 

loglq* longinqua. 

log^ longus. 

lonr* locutionem. 

lot localiter. 

It litera, Uteris. 

Ira /j^era. 

Irm literam. 

Irs literas. 

P* quinquaginta. 

1. t. s. //Aen tenementi »ui. 

Itme legitime. 

Itm^ legitimm. 

lu. lucrandum. 

lu* /?/««. 

luc* /t/cra, lucrandum. 

luc*iid lucrandum. 

luc™ lucrum. 

luca lucentia. 

lucbr lucrahitur. 

luctie lucrative. 

lud' luditur. 

ludr luditur. 

lum lumeuy luminare. 

lu" lumen. 

lupu lupaintm. 

lupn*f lupanaris. 

lux* luxuria. 

lux luxuria. 



lue lumen. 
luie lumine. 
luim luminum. 
luP' luminosi. 
lui lumini. 
luie lumine. 
luimagr ludimagister. 
luis lumini-^. 
I3 //f'^^. 

t /cc^o, /i6ro, /»6m, /«V?tf/, littere, 
lucrandumy vel. 

tea /ec^«. 
tcis ^c^/s. 
tco? lectorum. 
tcs lectus. 
tculo lectulo. 
tcura lectura. 
Itf" ligetur. 
tgis /egrj-s, 
tgtiine legitime. 
ii. //^rcr, librata. 
tie legitime. 
time legitime. 
lis legit imis. 
Ihras literas. 
tm litigationem. 
tmus legitimus. 
tm lumen, 
ft legitur. 
Ira litera. 



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tra"" literaliter. 


trat® literatus. 


tre licere, literce. 


tt /iie^, «J«/^. 


tribus latoribus. 


ttimus legitimus. 


tris Uteris. 


Itie legitime. 


trs literas. 


ttis legitimis. 


tr" literati. 


tx /<w;. 


tf litera^ Uteris. 





M. 



M. magister, magistratus, mane- 
rium, manibus, marcas, 
maritus, marmor, martyris, 
mater^ materia^ matrimo- 
niiim, matutinum, maximus, 
mea, mei, memor, memoria, 
menses, mensis, meritus, 
mihi, milia, miliaria, mille, 
millesimo, minus, minuta, 
missus, mcerens, mcerenti, 
moneta, monumentum, mors, 
mortuus, mulier, munici- 
pium. 

ma. manet, Maria, materiam. 

m* marca, Maria, materia, mea, 
milia, mina, minuta. 

ma* mara. 

macla macula. 

ma® materice, Mariiv. 

mag*^" magnitudo. 

mag^e magnificentice, magnitu- 

dine. 
mag^es magnitudines. 
mag'e magnitudinem. 



mag'ficn magnificentia. 

mag^ficn'* magnificentia. 

magHs magnitudinvi. 

mag"® magnitudine. 

mag magis, magnus, and its 

cases. 
magf'* magnificentia. 
magr magister. 
magro magistro. 
mai°e majore. 
map majus. 
jjjg^iet'r tnaculetur. 
m*li manuali, materiali. 
m*tr materialiter. 
ma™ manifestum. 
man. mandamus. 
man™^ mandamus. 
manuc manucaptor. 
man® manm. 
man mandamus, manum. 
mantf mandatis. 
maF materialiter. 



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marc^ marchio. 

marc marca, marcata. 

ma'"** maneret. 

ma'"' magistri, nmnifestari. 

ma"*rri magidronim. 

m*r05 magistrarum. 

Mart Martini, Martis, Marti/ris. 

mar?is Martyris. 

mar mara, mare, mariscus, mari- 

tus, martyr. 
mascts masculns. 
ma*® manente. 
mat*° matrimonio. 
mat's matris. 
ma*'^ mandatis. 
m*tis martis. 

mat™ matrem, matrimonium. 
vaa}^ mondatum. 
mat mater, matris. 
mat?a matertera. 
Toa^ manu. 
max* maxima. 
max® maxime. 
maxx. maximi, 
max maximus, maxime. 
m* minam. 
madan mandantes. 
mud*^d manducandum. 
mai*° manifestando. 
mai™ manifest um. 
maipl wanipiiluH. 
mai'® manifhsfarr. 
M. 



mai** manifesta. 

mai**'* manifestari. 

jjj.-jtum mandatum. 

mauc manu captor. 

maumtes manumittens. 

mauteatis manuteneatis. 

ma. mandantes. 

male Maries. 

rm^^ maculam. 

maK materiali. 

malf tnateiialis. 

mam materiam. 

mas materias. 

M. B. memoriw bonce. 

Mce. m?7/e ducenti, miUesimo 

ducentesimo. 
M.D. medicinw doctor. 
m® Man'ce, materia, memories, 

milk. 
me* medicina, memoria. 
me*™ memoriam. 
me^5 mediantihus. 
me*^* memoranda. 
medie^ medietas. 
med''* medicina. 
med"^® mediatore. 
med*® mediante. 
medt medicamentum. 
me® were, 
me'* mereberis. 
mela" melancholici. 
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melt mellis. 

me™ mediimi, 

memo? memorandum. 

mem^ memor, meremur. 

mem memoriam. 

me''* medicdna. 

menb? membris, memhrum. 

me''^ medicince. 

mens mensem^ mensuram. 

jQgnte mediante. 

me** medio. 

me°ria memoria. 

meo? meorum. 

me"? meliorem., meUormn. 

me'' meretur. 

meridion meridionali. 

mes. mensibus. 

me^^ mediate, mediante^ medietate. 

met°po" metropolitanum.. 

me*f medietatis. 

mera mencio. 

meo* memoria. 

jjjgQdum ruemorandum. 

meora* memoranda, memm^ata. 

meor^® memoriale. 

meora memm'ata. 

mes mensis. 

mea'' mereafiir. 

meis melius. 

meP melius. 

met'x meretrix. 

mef^ meretur. 



metci meretrici. 

mg magis. 

mgro magistro. 

m' m^/, w ?/??*. 

mi* minima. 

mia^° miraculo. 

mial' mirabilis. 

miao miraculo. 

Michem Michaelem. 

Michis Michaelis. 

mi^' minuendi. 

mjie meridionale. 

milleio millesimo. 

mill' millesimi. 

mill** millesimo. 

miltimo millesimo. 

milto millesimo. 

mil° millesimo. 

mit m«7c.?, miliario. 

mi*" minimum. 

min® minus. 

m'c|j mihique. 

mir mirabilifer, mirifice, mirum, 

misericorditer. 
m'^ magis, marcis, meis, modis. 
miscdia misericordia. 
mis*^" ministrandum. 
mise'" miseretur. 
mis'* misericordiam. 
miss missa, missis, missum. 
m'st*nt ministrant. 
m'8?io ministerio. 



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mis misit. 

misa miseram^ miseriam. 

miscda misericordia. 

misers muericora. 

miscdi misericordi. 

mis h. ex. f. mmt hose extra fir- 
mam. 

mis'* miseria. 

mis 1 m. misit in ttianerium. 

m'us minus. 

m'ut minuta. 

mioj minorum. 

miut^ minutus. 

mP minus. 

mi minimuSy minuSy minuta, 
nmeri. 

mia misericordia. 

miabilit miserabiliter. 

miam misericordiam. 

mias misericordias. 

midi misericordi. 

midi? misericorditer. 

mie minima^ misericordia. 

mienta munimenta. 

mim^ minimus. 

miore misericors. 

mist^ndo ministrando. 

mist^nt ministrant. 

mist' ministri. 

mistrare ministrare. 

mistr ministris. 

mistto ministratio. 



mis? minister. 

misrio ministerio. 

MX*, malum. 

m^^ materia/em. 

M.M. martyreSy memento mori, 

memoriaymeritissimus,m(est- 

issimus, monumentum. 
m™ manifesfum, materiam, meum. 
m™° millesimo. 
mns^a mensura. 
mo. modus, mota, motus, movet, 

movetur. 
m" meo, modo, millesimo, matri- 

monio. 
mo* monasteria. 
mo*c^ monachus. 
mo'*3 moralibus,morbus, motibus. 
mod modis. 
m° e. w<xfo episcopi. 
m*^ wofl?i. 
moicoe monitione. 
moTalis monialis. 
moTtofi monitione. 
mold moldra, moldera. 
mo'' mobilis. 
mot molestia. 
moiio? molendinorum. 
mo™ modum, morem, moverem, 

inonitum. 
monet monetarius. 
mon"* monasteriis. 
monu** monumentum. 
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mon monasterium, moneta, 


morii monasterii. 


monachi, moniales. 


morio monasterio. 


mondi monendi. 


moru modorum. 


monst monasferiis. 


mostiu monasterium. 


mor. mortis. 


mostm monasterium. 


mor* morina. 


mo? modorum, majorum. 


mora**" moralitate. 


vqF magister, mater, materialiterj 


mora*^"" moraliter. 


multiplieiter. 


mo'"^ monstrare. 


m^'a m«ra. 


mo"' monasterii. 


m'"® matre. 


mo'"'" monasterio. 


m*"'^ matris, majoris, martyris. 


mor^'"^ mortaliter. 


mr martii, martyr. 


mor°^ mortuos. 


m® marcas. 


mor mora, more,morina,mortem, 


MT. mrt^er. 


mortis. 


m** multa. 


morlis mortalis. 


mHi m^Y^^. 


morlis mortalitas. 


m^te mittere. 


mo* modius. 


mule munimine. 


m°® modos. 


multiptr multiplieiter. 


m^tat mortalis. 


multi" multiplicari. 


mou"^ moventur. 


multi*' multiplieiter. 


mo" motum. 


mu^' mutahilis. 


moialis monialis. 


muSe munere. 


moitoio monitorio. 


mu° mutatio. 


most monstra. 


mu°^ mutatione. 


modii movendum. 


mur mutaret. 


moe more. 


mu*' mutntus. 


moi tnodi. 


mut mutatus. 


moia monasteria. 


muicipli municipaU. 


moio monasterio. 


muicom munitionem. 


mois niodis. 


mu' mutatur. 


mom motiasterium. 


muri mutari. 



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m* multiplex. 




mg'tu® magnitudine. 


voP mandamuH, manus, mos 




mgnis magnis. 


M maneriuniy milk, milia. 




mg magister. 


iindax mendax. 




mg"^ magister. 


indic^ medicm. 




mgrat magistratum. 


mdiu medium. 




fiigt magnificat. 


m. f. manerium francum. 




miali matnmoniali. 


xh. h. manerium hoc. 




fniis matrimoniis. 


in. T; b. manerium et herewica. 


mio matrimonio. 


ui ynalo, manerium, manus, 


fni8 ;«e^s, muris. 


m i-sericordia, morte, 


mul- 


mia misericordia. 


tones. 




mlc mulcet. 


in^^' manuali. 




vale male. 


m\f- membra. 




mle mater ialem. 


mb's membris. 




m\.^^ mulierum. 


mb° membra. 




mli materiali. 


mbra membra. 




nilib^ materialibus. 



mbro membro. 
fhbr membro. 
mb? membrum. 
mces merces. 
mcii Marcii. 
mcis marcis. 
mcurii Mereurii. 
mdax mendax. 
mdi mundi. 
md°° mundano. 
indo mundo. 
md mundum. 
me medietate, mille. 
mgaitis margaritis. 
ing'* magnitudinis. 



mlier mulier. 

mlis materialis. 

mli3 militem. 

mlijs mulierum. 

mlies mulieres. 

ml"*® multotieiis. 

mlta multa. 

mlti'^* multiplica. 

mlti'^*''' multiplicantur. 

mlti"^^'* mult iplice mini. 

mlti' muUit-idinem. 

mltilo" multiloquio. 

mlti" multitude. 

inlti"^ ;/< ultimode, multiplicatione. 

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mltip^° inultipUcando. 
mltiptr niultipliciter. 
mlti'" muUiplieiter. 
mltis multis. 
mlti*^ multiplicati. 
mltitd"^ multitudinem. 
mlti^ multiplex. 
mltoc multoties. 
mlton multones. 
mltope multopere. 
mltu nmltum. 
mlt multum, multis. 
m^' materialise mentalis. 
mt milliaria. 
mta multa. 
mte? mulieruni. 
mtm multum. 
mto multo. 

mtr maferialiter, mulier. 
mtri mulieri. 
mm matrimonium. 
m™° millesimo. 
mma murmura. 
mmiatr matrimonialiter. 
mmu^r murmuretur. 
mndi mundi. 
mnr manerium. 
mns'^a mensura. 
mo meo, monasterio. 
mos wieos, modos. 
mr magister, mater. 
mra momtra. 



mrare monstrare. 

fhrari monstrari. 

mrau monstravit. 

mrcet marcet. 

mrcfe marchio. 

mrc marca. 

mrcit marcescit. 

fnre matre. 

mre matrem. 

mres martyres^ matres. 

mri magistri, marti/ri, matri, 

monstrari. 
mri^3 matrimonialihus. 
mrices matrices. 
fhrice matricem. 
mrii martyrii. 
mrf*' matrimoniak. 
mri° matrimonio. 
mris magistns, martyris, matris. 
m"* majoris. 
inriu martyrium. 
mrlo™ matrimonium. 
mrlo" matrimonio. 
mrio*' matrimonialiter. 
nirioi^^ matrimoniali. 
mrloio matrimonio. 
mrm martyrium, martyrum, 

matrem, matrimonium. 
mrna materna. 
mro magistro. 
mrona matrona. 
mrt martyris. 



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fhru martyrum. 

mr? marcarum. 

mr martyr. 

mrs marcas, martyris, mors. 

ms mojestas, materias, mens, 

mensis, meus. 
mstrat manstrat. 
mstra menstrua, 
msm mensiira. 
msa mensura. 
msa mensuram. 
mtaco mutatio. 
mtaf^ mutatur. 
mta*' mentaliter. 
fhte tnentem. 
mted mittendus. 
mtiri mentiri. 
mtit^ mentitus. 
mtit mentitum. 



mtom mentionem. 

mt* mittit. 

into mentio. 

nix* mixta, maxima. 

mx® maxime. 

mxi* maximis. 

mchetf merchetis. 

mcu" Mercurii. 

mc marca, marcata. 

mcii Mercurii. 

midion meridionalis. 

mito merito. 

mito* meritoriam. 

triito^ meritoricB, meritorie. 

mitor* meritoria. 

mit meritis. 

ml^ merlengis. 

mu* meruit. 



N, 



N. ^iw, natus, nee, nepos, nep- 
tis, nimis, nisi,nobilis,nobis, 
nomen, nomine, non, nona- 
ginta, nonas, noster, nota, ' narr narrafur. 
notum, Novemhris, nullus, narfo narrafio. 
numini. nasCef^ nasceretur 



n* natura, n/ystra, nota, nulla. 
n*alis naturalis. 
ii*m natnram. 



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na*® nativitate. 

nHe^ mdlatenus. 

na*** nativitatis. 

natiu*'^ nativitatis. 

natiat® nativitatis. 

natio nativo. 

nafa naturam. 

nat natalis, nativitas. 

nate naturce. 

nats nativus. 

nat*® nativitate. 

nauil)3 navihus. 

nau'^'^ navigahile. 

nauiu navium. 

nau wflim. 

naura natura. 

naa ««^rt!. 

nat naturalis. 

nam naturam. 

nfe nobis. 

n** wee, wMwc. 

n^ne necne. 

n^'no necnon. 

ncca necessaria. 

n. e. wow es^. 

n® naturcB, necesse^ neque. 

nec**^ necessitate. 

necc* necessaria. 

nec^^3 necessitatibus. 

nec^® necessaricB, necessarie. 

jjggite necessitate. 

nec^ necessarium. 



necn necnon. 

necas necessitas. 

nece necesse. 

necee necesse. 

necie necessarice, necessarie. 

neciis necessariis. 

jjggite necessitate. 

nee'*' necessitatis. 

nec*^ necessarium. 

neco necessario. 

necs necesmrius, necessitas. 

nectf necessitatis. 

ne^' negandum. 

ned nedum. 

negtia negligentia. 

negtnt negligunt. 

neg negottis, negotium. 

nega negotia. 

negat negotiat. 

uegdo negando, negotiando. 

negm negotium. 

nego negotio. 

ne"'* nemini. 

nem nemus. 

ne" negatio, negotio. 

ne°^^} negationibus, nemoribus. 

neq*q* nequaquam. 

neq neque. 

neqo nequeo. 

neq, neque. 

nQ^ negatur. 

nesci* nescientia. 



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nesc nesciunt. 


11*0^ nihilominus. 


ne** necessitate. 


n} nihil. 


ne''* negativa. 


n'" n/A//o. 


ne'*® negative. 


n'oml^ nihilominus. 


ne"^' negativum. 


n^o^ nihilominus. 


neu neuter. 


n^oi^ nihilominus. 


neinf neminis. 


ntts nullus. 


nele neminem. 


n™ nullum. 


neo newo. 


nn. nostri, nostrorum, nwneri. 


ne neque. 


n" nomen. 


neandu negandum. 


no. woftw, nomen, nostro, navcB. 


nei nemini. 


n° nocturno, nullo, nutnero. 


nent negant. 


no* nomina. 


neri negari. 


no*ndu notandum. 


neti™ negativum. 


nobit nobilis. 


neti'* negatirmm. 


nobi™ nobilissimum. 


nef^ negatur. 


nob woJj's. 


n* wjAtV, w»«/. 


nobc nohiscum. 


nichilo^ nichilominiis. 


nob"^ nohiliora. 


nichiloi^ nichilominus. 


noc nocumentum. 


nich"'^ nichilominm. 


noco*^ notionale. 


nieti nichil. 


no*° nolendo. 


nicfilo^ nichilominus. 


no^' notandum. 


nictioi^ nichilominus. 


no^ nomine. 


nig^do nigredo. 


nd^ nominis. 


nig^dis nigredinis. 


noia nomina. 


nig^ne nigredinem. 


noia** nominatio. 


nig*8c nigrescit. 


noiat' nominatur. 


nig^do nign'tudo. 


noie nomine. 


nig'dis nigritudinis. 


no^^ nobile. 


nigd nigredinem. 


nole™ nolenfem, nolentium. 


niti m^i7. 


no^*^ nobilis, notabilis. 



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no^' nobilis. 
no*'*^ notabiliter. 
nott nolunt. 
nomie nomine. 
^Qinus nobilissinms. 
nom nomen. 
nomib3 nominibus. 
non. nonas, nonis. 
no° nomen. 
iionag" nonayesimo. 
n°° nullo modo. 
n^o «^f//o modo. 
no"*" nobilior. 
no"" notatur. 
no'"* nobiliora. 
Norht Norhampton. 
j^QTius yiotarius. 
nor notarius. 
nos noster. 
not*P notarius. 
notaf notatur. 
notaa notata. 
noth^ nothus. 
noti* notitia. 
notic® notities. 
not notat, notatis. 
noto^^ notionale. 
nou Nocembris. 
nouitf noveritis. 
nouit noveritis. 
n5 wow. 
noale novate. 



noalia novalia. 

nodu nondum. 

noiti nom,inati. 

noiti™ nominativum. 

noa nomina. 

noale nominate, novate. 

noHt notabilis. 

nobi'" notabiliter. 

nobr Novembris. 

nolStr notabiliter. 

noi nomini. 

n6ib3 nominibus. 

noie nomine. 

nois nominis. 

noTo nominatio, nominativo. 

non"^ notandum. 

nont notant. 

nont noctanter. 

nori nostri. 

norie notorie. 

noro? nostrorum. 

nor notariis, notario. 

nos nonas. 

not? nostris. 

no? noviter. 

no& nonarum. 

nq. namque, nunquam, nusquam. 

nr. noster. 

n'" naturaliter, noscitur, noster. 

n% natura. 

nra nostra. 

nfa nostram. 



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nre nostrw. 

nri nostri. 

nfm nostrum. 

nro nosiro. 

nro™ nostrorum. 

nror nostrorum. 

nrox nostrorum. 

nf 8 nostris, 

n® nullm. 

n*' natnraliter. 

nulla ts nullatenus. 

null^ nullibi. 

nultr nulliter. 

num™ numerum^ nummum. 

num° nnmero. 

numus Humerus. 

nunc nunciante, nuncius. 

nu° numero. 

naps nuptias. 

nupf nuptiarum. 

nusq nusquam. 

nut'mtu nutrimentnm. 

nut*t nutrit. 

nut'^e nutritive. 

nut'fa nutritura. 

nut*t nutrimentum. 

uuf**® nutrimento. 

nutHa nutritiva. 

nut'*'^ nutriuntur. 

nu*f nuncietis. 

nop numerus. 

nua numiiuiy nu>wia. 



nuei'* nuncius. 

nucq nunquam. 

nucti^ nuncius. 

nuen numerentur. 

numu nummum. 

niimo? nummorum. 

nuq numquid, nunquam. 

nua^3 numerabilibus. 

nua° numeratio. 

nua"" numeraliter, numeratur. 

nuat numerat. 

nuaf numeratur. 

nua numerare. 

nui numerif nummi. 

num numerum. 

uiio mnnero. 

nus numerus. 

nuator numerator. 

nuo numero. 

n3 w^gre^, neque. 

nP nullus. 

n^q* nusquam. 

n^q nusquam. 

N. nonaginta milia, 90000. 

ii «aw. 

lie natura. 

ilm. numerum. 

fin nomen. 

fin necnon. 

n <>ntm, natus, nee, nepos, neptis^ 
nisi, nobilis, nobis, nomen, 
non, nonas, noster, nota, 
notum, Novembris, nuper. 



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na natura. 


iilla wM//a. 


ilale naturalem. 


filiate^ nullatenus. 


fiatr naturaliter. 


nlli WM//e. 


na° narratio. 


nlli® nullius. 


jjg^oem narrationem. 


lillo" nullo modo. 


na'" naturaliter. 


nll^ nullus. 


fia*' naturaliter. 


nltm nullum. 


n* naturam. 


filts nullus. 


ila naturam. 


ii^u nihilum. 


iibt nobdis. 


nt naturalis. 


n''3 naturalibus. 


utr naturaliter. 


fib wofiis. 


nm naturam, nostrum. 


no »M»c. 


nfnne nomine. 


iic* necessaria. 


finas nowos, nonnas. 


nccai^ necessarius. 


nna& nonarum, nonnarum. 


ncee necessitatem. 


fine wowcp, nonncB. 


ilcee necesse^ necessitate. 


no nihilo. 


nceia necessaria. 


n** m)^*o. 


neias nuncians. 


nqua nunquam. 


nc® necessariis. 


nq numquid, nunquam, nusquam 


iidu nedum, nondum. 


fir noscitur, noster. 


fid^ wofl^Ms. 


nra natura, nostra. 


rid nedum, nondum. 


fis naturas, nos, Humerus. 


fie naturce. 


nsra nostra. 


hi nemini, nostri. 


fistru nostrum. 


His nimis, notionis. 


nstrs nosfris. 


nm nimium. 


ntia nuncia. 


nli naturali. 


liti*' nititur. 



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ntitas nativitas. 


iiu numervm. 


ntm tiominaiwnm. 


fi^ numerue. 


iitra nostra. 


u^ naturarutn^ nostrum^ nostro- 


utrs nosfris. 


rum. 


uui nervi. 


Su^ nervus. 


fins «MW«rM«, 





o. 



0. oA/jV, obitus, obo/us, officium^ 


oblcamt obledamentum. 


oUa, omega, omnibus, omnis. 


oblig*^° obligatio. 


oportet, opfimo, 


orafio, ordi- 


oblige obligatione. 


nix, ortens, ossa 


, ossuarium. 


obtm ohlatum, obolutn. 


ostenditur, otio. 


undecim. 


obto oblatio, obolo. 


0* omnia. 




obtoe oblatione. 


ob*^o objedo. 




obto™ oblationem. 


ob'^o? ohjectorum. 




obtone oblatione. 


obed obedientia. 




obtonib} oblationibus. 


obedie obedient ite. 




obstu obstantibus. 


obe"* ohediens. 




obs obstat. 


obe oftf"*^. 




oV obiit. 


obee obesse. 




ob*® obliyatm. 


obeie obedientiw. 




ob ohjicitur, obitus, oblatio, obo- 


obi'* objectum. 




Uts. 


obic ohjicit. 




oba objecta. 


obies obientis. 




obas obliquas. 


ob'ijo obligatio. 




obene ohedienti(B. 


obisSt obisset. 




obi ob/ecti. 



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olSia ohedientia. 


off^'t o/fer;5. 


o^iarius ohedientiarius. 


off'® qfficialis. 


oBie ohedientice. 


offa officia, qfficina. 


ofem ohjectum. 


offi"* officium. 


0^0 objecto, ohjicio. 


offm officium. 


o^r ohjicitur. 


offo officio. 


ofe* ohjicit, obtinuit. 


0' o/e/, om;^^. 


ot5tm ohjectum. 


o'b omnibus. 


ocean occasione. 


o'm omnium. 


occi^^ occidentali. 


o'po* omnipotentia. 


occon occasione. 


o'po'^* omnipofens. 


0CC03 occasionem. 


o^u omnium. 


occio occasio. 


01a omnia. 


occltu occultum. 


oib3 omnibus. 


occn^' occidentali. 


01m omnium.. 


occns occidens. 


010 omnino. 


occnlis occidentalis. 


oToda omnimoda. 


occo occasio. 


oTode omnimode. 


occoatr occasionaliter. 


oil o/«m. 


occoe occasione. 


ot oleum, olim. 


occone occasione. 


0^ ohjectum, oleum, omnium, 


occpau* occupavit. 


oppositum. 


oct octahas, octabis^ Octobris. 


om. omnem. 


00 ta octava. 


om* omnia. 


octas octavas. 


omis"^'® omissionis. 


oclo ocee/o. 


omn* omnia. 


octm oculum. 


om omelia (homilia), omnis. 


odi^' odibilis. 


oma omnia. 


odo odorem. 


ofnaq, omniaque. 


od odium, odoris. 


omb} omnibus. 


odo oc?*o. 


omi ow««. 


0® omwe. 


omipi omnipotenti. 



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omips omnipotens. 


oppo' opponitur. 


omis hominis, omnis. 


oppoi oppositorum. 


omp omm'potma. 


oppoito opposito. 


ompis omnipotent is. 


oppos oppositos. 


omps omnipotens. 


opp*" oppositum. 


oms omneSy omnis. 


opp*' oppositum. 


on^ oww.?. 


oppo oppositio. 


ons omuesy onus. 


opp*o opprohrio. 


oSa oner a. 


op* oportet. 


o8ib3 onerihis. 


optim^^ optimntes. 


omu onerum. 


Qptoo opposito tnodo. 


0° omninOy opinio^ oppositio, ora- 


opt o/?^io, optulit {ohtulit). 


tio. 


opt**® optione. 


o*^e orationem. 


op^ o;>?««. 


o**iiis orationis. 


opa opera. 


op. opinio, oportet, opposition 


opa^3 operationihus. 


opus. 


opaco operatio. 


opco opf/o. 


opa° operatio. 


op^ optime. 


opa"® operatione. 


opi. opiniones. 


opaf operatur. 


opi*' opinandum. 


op"*' opera ndum. 


opilaco oppihtio. 


opih3 operibus. 


opito ojypilatio. 


opm operum. 


opTo opinio. 


op"* operant. 


op™ oppositum. 


opo operatio. 


op" opinio, oppositio. 


opo™ opera tionem. 


op°** opinionis, oppositionis. 


opoes operationes. 


opp'mti opprimenti. 


opom operationem. 


opp™ oppositum. 


opri operari. 


opp° oppositio, opposito. 


opt oportet. 


oppo* opposita. 


opte operte. 


oppo"'* oppositionis. 


optet oportet. 



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optun^ opportunus. 


or oro-s, oratio, orator. 


optu* oportuit. 


ores oratores. 


optua opportuna. 


orib3 oratoribu^. 


optue opportune. 


orno organo. 


optuitas opportunitas. 


oro oratio. 


opo opinio. 


OYO^ oratio}iem. 


opom opinionem. 


orri orwv", ornari. 


ops omnipotens. 


ort orwa^. 


opt ohtinet. 


or** ordinata. 


opta opposita. 


ort^ ornatus. 


opto opposito. 


orum oratorum. 


opt omnipotens, oportet. 


0^ omnes. 


opte oportere. 


oscla oscula. 


^ oneratur. 


ostnd* ostendit. 


ordico ordinatio. 


ostnd ostendit. 


ordi" ordinatio. 


ostns ostensum. 


ordi*' ordinatum. 


ostn* ostendit. 


ord° ordinatio. 


0* oceurrit, oportet, ostendit. 


ord*" ordinatur. 


Qtas oppositas. 


ord ordinis. 


0*** ohjectum, oppositum. 


ordi hordei. 


o*f oppositis. 


ordo ordinatio. 


03 oportet. 


orig*' originaliter. 


oi'' oritur. 


origC originis. 


onis omnis. 


ori^' originalis. 


onio onmino. 


orif oritur. 


obolus. 


or^® originate. 


oa omnia, wa. 


or°^ ordinem. 


ob3 omnibus. 


oroes orationes. 


oe omn^, ore. 


orom orationem. 


oem omnem. 


or'® ordinare. 


oes omnes. 


orat^ ornatus. 


oe omnem. 



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oi omni. 


ondd"" ostendendum. 


oia omnia. 


onde ostendere. 


oibi omnibus. 


ondet ostenderet. 


oida omnimoda. 


ond"" ostenditur. 


r)ie" orientali. 


on'" ostenditur. 


oig ork^o. 


ons ostendens. 


oi** original!. 


onsi™ ostensivum. 


oi™ omnium. 


onsu ostensum. 


oim** omnimoda. 


ons ostemus. 


oines origines. 


on* ostendit. 


oiiio omnino. 


ontat ostentat. 


oipo* omnipotcntia. 


ontf osfendentis. 


oip^ omnipotens. 


5n8 ostendens. 


oipt omnipotens. 


onf ostenditur. 


oipti omnipotenti. 


oo omnino. 


o\F oritur. 


opo*^ omnipotentem. 


ois omnis. 


opotetis omnipotentis. 


oi* omnibus. 


opt omnipotens. 


oium omnium. 


opts omnipotens. 


TAviF oriuntur. 


opns omnipotens. 


oiu omnium. 


OS omneSy omnis. 


oifxf oriuntur. 


ot occurrity oportet, ostendit. 


oio omnino. 


otas oppositas. 


ondat osfendant. 


oti oppositi. 


onde^ ostendemus. 


oto ^or^o, opposite. 


ondit ostendit. 


oto" cpposito modo. 


ondo ostendo. 


oto? oppositorum. 


ond* ostendit. 


ottdt oportuit. 


on^' ostendendum. 


otu oppositum. 


ond ostendere, ostendit. 


otf oppasitis. 



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P. 



P. pateat, patent, pater, pater- 
nitas, patet, per, pins, post- 
modum,postquam,prcBmissa, 
prcepositus, prcesens, prin- 
ceps, puhlicm, quadringenti. 

pa. passio, pater. 

p* parochia, persona, prima. 

pace pacem. 

paci*® patiente. 

paci*'* patientia. 

pac**' patiente. 

pac^^* patientia. 

p^ctica practica. 

pacia patientia. 

pacore patientiorem. 

palfr palfridus. 

pa^' passibilis. 

patium palatium. 

p*m primam. 

pg^nes passiones. 

pa*^^ patiens. 

pa" passio. 

pa°® passione. 

pa°'^ passionis. 

papaue papavere. 

i^&p^ papam. 

pap papa. 

par* parochia. 



parch® parcus. 
pare parcus. 
par^ parochice. 
parlamtu parlamentum. 
paro^^* paroehialis. 
paro parochia. 
partib} jjartibm. 
par parochia. 
para parochia. 
pare parochice. 
pas* passim. 
pas^' passibilis. 
pas** passio. 
pas^ passus. 
pass''3 passibus. 
passi passim. 
past^3 pastoralibus. 
pasfa pastura. 
pasfagiu pasturagium. 
pas passus. 
pHa prata. 
pat'a patria. 
pati^' patiendum. 
pat^e patrice. 
pat's patris. 
pHis pratis. 
patiut*' patiuntur. 
patfi patentes. 



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pat<*mu patrocinium. 


pe*tr pcenaliter. 


pat pateat, pater. 


pe*8 pcenas. 


patia patientia. 


pe. ca. /)(»«« canonica. 


pattus patratus. 


peccm peccatum. 


pat pater. 


peccor peccator. 


pa?fat paterfamilias. 


pecuia pecunia. 


pa?natr paternaliter. 


pecia pecunia. 


pa°® passive. 


ped pedites. 


pa'"* passivo. 


pellefr pellefridus. 


paup pauper. 


pelt J9e//2Y, pelUret. 


p*uu pravum. 


pelu pelvium. 


pa^S» pj.(i^i(s^ 


p^miu prmnium. 


p*xis praxis. 


pent peniciHum. 


p^ primam. 


pen* ^e«cs. 


pjiper pauper. 


pensat pensatas. 


pt5r presbyter. 


pen penes. 


p'^catu peccatum. 


pefilto penultimo. 


p'^ca^ peccamus. 


p^poit^ preepositus. 


p'^tore pectore. 


pet*ia petraria. 


p'^tu peccatum. 


petico petitio. 


p'^lr' pectus. 


pet°ni petitioni. 


pcei peccati. 


petoem petitionem. 


pceo pactio. 


peto petitio. 


pccor peccator. 


petone petitionem. 


pcco? peccatorum. 


petras penetrans. 


pcc5 peccatum. 


pett petunt. 


pee parochiw. 


peites pcenitens. 


pcto /jcrc^o. 


peit^ penitus. 


p^ primce. 


peit poenitet. 


pe. peccatis. 


peg pensionem. 


pe* pa?*w. 


petec Pentecostes. 


pe*li§ pomalk. 


pe ;)CB«(C. 




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pes penes, pcenas. 


p'ii principia. 


peto peccato. 


p*nli principali. 


pe?nt penetrant. 


p^° primo, primario. 


phi* pMlosophia. 


p'o? priorum. 


pjjjcus pfiysicus. 


p'oa priora. 


phi Philippus. 


p'oe priorem. 


phtus Philippus. 


pig primas, primis. 


ph^ philosophus. 


p^sa prisn. 


ph Philippus. 


pisc^ia piscaria. 


pha philosophia. 


piscab^ piscationibus. 


ptios. philosophus. 


piscaia piscaria. 


pfts. philosophus. 


p'so joriso. 


ip^pii,primi, pridem, principatus. 


pist'nii pistrinum. 


p^die pridie. 


p^stinu pristinum. 


pie^f pietatis. 


pisiu piscium. 


p. i. f . joeG?e.s m fronte. 


pitaciar pitanciarius. 


pig°* pigrum. 


pi^a privata. 


pig^ pignus. 


p%a° priratio. 


p'meuo primcpvo. 


p^ua"" privaretur. 


p*mi primi. 


p%a* privavit. 


p'mito primitivo. 


p'uat® privatus. 


p'mo prima. 


p*ui* pritnlegia. 


p'm^ primus. 


p^uile* privilegia. 


p'm primum. 


p^uit privilegium. 


p'ncitr principaliter. 


p'uitio|; privilegiomm. 


pine pincerna. 


p'uitiu privilegium. 


p%c principalis, principaliter. 


p^ui° privilegio. 


p*n' principii. 


pi^o privatio. 


pij^m principem, principium. 


p'uom privationem. 


pijjo principio. 


p'us prius. 


pin*" principaliter. 


pi^ pews. 


p'ii*r principaliter. 


p^ jonws. 



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p** prima. 

pi. jilacitum, plegii. 

pla* planeta. 

plac placitum, placita. 

plac forest, when extended, in 
the Pipe Rolls, is usually 
Placita Forestariorum, not 
Foreste. 

placm placeam, placitum. 

plae planetce. 
pie. plene. 
pleb*" plebem. 
ple^s plebamis. 
Tp[e^° plenitudo. 
pie. Q.. plene Jidimus. 
plenar plenarie. 
ple°^ plenitudinem. 
plerq plerumque. 
plenum plemnam. 
pleif^* plenitudine. 
pleitu^ plenitudine. 

pleii plenum. 

p^' possibili. 

pFa plura. 

pl''es pliires. 

pluu plurinam. 

pluair pluraliter. 

pP J!)/t«. 

pt placet, placuerit, placitum, 
plegiavit, plegius, plenam, 
pleno. 

pta plura. 

ptali? pluraliter. 



pta*^ pluraliter. 
ptban^ plebanus. 
ptbm plebanum. 
plbno plebano. 
ptbs plebanm. 
ptb^ plebanus. 
pi com j9/e«o comitatu. 
pie planete. 
pies plures. 
pteta planeta. 
ptib} pluribus. 
plies pluries. 

pli™ plurium. 

plima plurima. 

plimi plurimi. 

plifh plurimum. 

pliq plerique. 

plita placita. 

plitas pluralitas. 

plitis placitis. 

plit^ placitis. 

pli^C pluralitatis. 

pliu plurium. 

pile pluritme, plurime. 

pirn placitum, plaustrum, ple- 
gium, populum. 

ptmo plumeo, plurimo. 

plmq plerumque. 

ptr pluraliter. 

plra plura. 

plres plures. 

plr°^ plurimum. 



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pts pulsus. 


pont possunt. 


ptta planeta. 


pon3 ponderat, ponderis. 


pttim^ penultimus. 


po° positio, possessio. 


p. m. passus mille^pice memorice, 


poo pyifYio modo. 


plus minus. 


pop^ populi. 


pm populum^ primum. 


pop® populus. 


piiia pcenitentia. 


poplaris popularis. 


pfiiarP pcenitentiarius. 


popP populus. 


piilt penultima. 


■po^ ponatur, ponitur. 


pfis penes. 


porco portio. 


pnt possunt. 


por° portio. 


p** porro^ prirno. 


poret"^ portaretur. 


po* potentia. 


po^ potius. 


po^3 2^ossibilihus. 


pos'*' 2)ossibile. 


poctm poculum. 


pos^' possibilis. 


po*^' ponendum. 


po8°' possessionem. 


po^ potentue. 


possi* possibilia. 


p°ea posfea. 


possi*^' possidendum. 


pQem possessionem. 


possid possidendum. 


poia posita. 


poss" 2)ossessio. 


po'*' possibile, potentiate. 


possois possessionis. 


po^® possibilis, potentialis. 


poss possessioneSy possunt. 


po"* positionem. 


possa possessa. 


poii^3 pontificalibus. 


posso possessio. 


pond ponderis. 


posst possunt. 


pQnem posiUonem. 


pos* posuit. 


ponti*^ pontificatu. 


postum posterum. 


pon*^ pontificatu. 


posuit posuerit. 


pont^ pontificatus. 


posso possessio. 


pont pontifex, pontificatus. 


pos8° possessorio. 


poiir ponuntur. 


possom possessionem. 


pons ponentes. 


post possunt. 



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pote* potentia. 

poten* potentia. 

pote^ potens, potentes. 

pote* potest. 

pofa potura. 

po*f positisy pot&ntis. 

pot potestas. 

potit potent. 

po°' positivi. 

po"" positivum. 

p**s posteriorum, primorum. 

poere ponere. 

poi"^ ponitur. 

pot* pontificatus. 

podu postmodum. 

poe ponere, positione. 

p6i positioniy posteriorly priori. 

poib3 positionibus. 

poi° positio, posito. 

l^bit posuit. 

poitie positice. 

poit^ positus. 

^om. poteutiam. 

pon* potentia. 

pone possessionem, positionem. 

ponis possessionis, positionis. 

pont potentialis. 

p6n™ possessionum. 

ponu possessionum. 

poniis potentiis. 

p6r possessor. 

porio possessorio. 



po8 potentias. 

pot potest, potuit. 

po* ^o«iY. 

potate potestatem. 

pof ponitur. 

-^o°^ positivum. 

po| potentiarum. 

pp. patres, pedes, perpetuum, 
piissimus, populus, prceposi- 
tus, principes, provinciw. 

p. p. professor publicus. 

pp prcepositus. 

pptus prepositus. 

^postquam. 

j^^&parochia, pura. 

prbr presbyter. 

p'^e ^wrf. 

pres presentatio. 

pret prcster. 

preb. presbyter. 

p'"gaco purgatio. 

p^'ga'" purgatur. 

p'gadu purgandum. 

prgo'm purgationem. 

p'"g6ni purgationem. 
prid pridie. 
p'if* purificationis. 
prin^' principalis. 
p'^issim^ purissimus. 
p'ltas puritas. 
p""!*^ puritatis. 
priuitiu privilegium. 



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p'o puro. 
prolins prohihens. 
prot propter. 
p^'p^sfa purprestura. 
p'^p^se purprisce. 
p'^p^a purpura. 
p''p'"at® purpuratus. 
p'"p'"e^ purpureus. 
p^'psta purprestura. 
p^' priorissa. 

pr prcemissa, prcesentatum, pres- 
byter, prior, proviso. 
prare patrare, prcestare. 
pri preshyteri. 
pro presbytero. 
ps. postscripfum. 
p8al?iu psalterium. 
pss. postscriptis. 
p* post, potest. 
p*ate potestate. 
pto precepto. 
p*q postquam. 
p^tas potestas. 
pu* jo?/m, ^M^«. 
pub''" publico. 
pub*"' publicum. 
pu^ publicus. 
pu*** publica. 
pu"® publice. 
pu*'" publico. 
■^Vi'''' publicum. 
p^de* prudentia. 



pUjjge 2)rudentice. 

p"den prudens, prudentia. 

pud pudica. 

pu^P prudenter. 

puelt puella. 

puei* pueritia. 

pugni° punitio. 

pug* pugnantia. 

purp^sfa purprestura. 

pur purijicationis. 

put*'die pufredine. 

puire punire. 

puit''® punitivus. 

puiss'** purissimus. 

puitas puritas. 

pu jtjwer. 

puu puerum. 

pxa proxinia. 

p^ j^os^, primus. 
p^ea postea. 
p^q postquam. 
p^sid possidet. 
p^sim^ possimus. 
p^sit possit. 
p^si*' possibiliter. 
p^slt possint. 
p^8* possit. 
p® s posset, possunt. 
p^ st possunt. 
p^t^m postremum. 
p^tmod postmodum. 



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p^tmo postmodum. 


peep" perceptio. 


p^tr posteris. 


pcedo parcendo. 


p^tiilau* postulant. 


pees parcens. 


p^tuto postulatio. 


pei^** perdpiendo. 


p^?gat^ postergatus. 


pciu partium. 


p^i posteri. 


pco? parcorum, porcorum. 


p^^ posterius. 


pcus parcm, porcu^s. 


p^uit posuit. 


pcuct*i percunctari. 


p^uut pomerunt. 


pc^ parens, porous. 


p^? posterorum. 


pc percipiendo, percipiente. 


p par, per, por, perdetidum, per- 


pcsa percussa. 


venerint. 


pcsio percussio. 


p* persona. 


pcsor percussor. 


]^a.h* parabif. 


pctari percunctari. 


pabut paraburd. 


pfe parcere. 


padisu paradisum. 


pdco perditio. 


pafria parapherna. 


pdico perditio. 


pagiu paragium. 


pdi*^ perditur. 


pag^ peragitur. 


pi*' perditio. 


palipom Paralipomena. 


p4on perdona, perdonatus. 


p^lis personalis. 


pd* perdit. 


p*lit personaliter. 


pdT; perdet. 


p*!*" personaliter. 


pd perdendum. 


pambto perambulatio. 


pdr perditur. 


pa"" paratur. 


p*" persona. 


p** personas. 


peg*n^ peregrinus. 


patu paratum. 


pempt peremptorie. 


p*tu personatum. 


pent parentum. 


p*ji personarum. 


pcpto™ peremptorium. 


pa personam. 


pes parens. 


p^3 partibus. 


pete parente. 


pcep^' perceptibilis. 


pet^ parentis. 



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pfca perfeda, 

pfce perfecte. 

pfcis'' perfecttssime 

pf cm perfectum. 

pfcor perfectior, 

pf c^ perfectus. 

pficied perficiendum. 

pfi8e perficere. 

pfc™ perfectum. 

pfgnia perfectissima. 

pgif pergitur. 

pg* pergety pergit. 

pgut pergunt. 

pgnt pergunt. 

phendPe perendinare. 

phend perendinantiumy perendi- 

navit. 
phenis perennis. 
phife perhibet. 
pK perhibet. 
pUndla*^" perendinaudo. 
ptindat"^ perendinatur. 
pi j»an. 
piBe perhibere. 
T^ioi per icu lis. 
pictm periculum. 
pictos® periculosm. 
piclo periculo. 
pLini'" perimitur. 
pin periude. 
p^s personis. 
pit /)anY, ^enY. 



pitia peritia. 

pit' pariteTy paritur. 

pita paritura, peritura. 

pit pariter. 

picps particeps. 

pipes participes. 

plamtu parliamentum. 

pie personate. 

plis personalis. 

pt personalis. 

pm parum. 

pmp parmnper. 

pm*te permitte. 

pmu^' permutabilis. 

pmu^" permiitatur. 

pmpt peremptorie. 

pna persona. 

pns parens. 

put parentes, parentum. 

po^*^ parochialis. 

pot parochialis. 

p°ni8 personis. 

poa persona. 

pom personam. 

ppe* perpetua. 

ppe^ perpetiuB, perpetue. 

ppe"" perpetuum. 

ppe° perpetuo. 

ppgris perpendicular is. 

ppetH perpetrat. 

ppetta perpetrata. 

pplm ^er plegium. 



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ppa perperam. 

]^p peipetimm . 

ppi" participiiim. 

ppt*to perpetrato. 

ppuo perpetuo. 

ppuu perpetuum. 

pq"^ perquiratur. 

pqres perquirens. 

p^ pariter, paritur. 

p"^ particuluris. 

prot parochialis. 

pr personarum. 

pra parochia. 

ps j9flr«, personas^ personis. 

p* partes. 

pseq° persecutiOy persequendo. 

pseqo persecutio. 

pso* persona. 

psotr personaliter. 

psona'" personaliter. 

psont personaliter. 

psoa persona. 

psor personaliter. 

psoj personarum. 

psti*^ perstitisse. 

psuat persuasibilis. 

ps persolutio. 

pta porta. 

pt*ctare pertractare. 

ptare portare. 

pt^3 partibus. 

pti parti. 



ptib} partibus. 

pticip" participatio. 

ptic*^ participiumy particulatiin. 

pticla particula. 

ptictr particular iter. 

]^ti^^ particula. 

pti*' partialis. 

pti"*® participatione. 

ptine* pertinentia. 

ptinetib} pertinentibus. 

ptin jjertinenciis, pertinet. 

ptiiib} pertinentibus. 

ptinciis pertinenciis. 

p^jo'm participationem. 

pti*" particular iter, partitur. 

ptire partire. 

pti"^ participare. 

pti""' particuluris. 

pti*' partialiter. 

ptit^ partitus. 

ptI partim. 

pticiis pertinenciis. 

pt™ partem, partium, par turn ^ 

portum. 
pt'"ba°r perturbator. 
ptf tare pertractare. 
pt® partis. 
pt^ portus. 

pt pertinet, pertinentiis. 
ptbat"^ perturbatur. 
p? personaliter. 
pue. percenerit. 



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pueSit pervenerit. 

pum parum. 

puut parvulis. 

puu parvum. 

pu® parvus. 

pu parum. 

pup panimper. 

pus^ perversus. 

P3 paref, patet per. 

P quadringenta milia. 

p plegiavit^ post, potest. 

p* poena, postea. 

palis pcenalis. 

pb"® puhttcce, puhlice. 

pblic® publicus. 

pblico publicatio. 

pbr presbyter. 

p* publica. 

p'^ca^ peccamen. 

pec™ peccatum. 

pcc° peccato. 

pec peccato. 

pcca peccata. 

pGcm. peccatum. 

pcco? peccatormn. 

pcta puncta. 

peto peccato, puncto. 

p'^^^ publicus. 

pc puncta. 

pcca practica. 

pcc°^ peccatum. 

pcc} peccatum. 



pctu peccatum. 

pctf peccatis. 

pe poence. 

pea postea. 

pe** poena. 

peb* patebit. 

pens poenitens. 

peia pcemtentia. 

piddu possidendum. 

pid^ e possidere. 

plc*^ pulchre. 

plcer pulcher. 

plch™ pulchrum. 

^jgj^ne pulchritudine. 

p^^ possibile, prcedicabile, princi- 
pale. 

p^'® possibilis, prcedicabilis, prin- 
cipalis. 

pUiclas pelliculas. 

p^' possibilis, prcedicabilis, prin- 
cipalis. 

ptt* penultima. 

pm primam. 

pm^ possunms. 

pna poena. 

pn** poenitentia, prcesentia, prin- 
cipia. 

pn*^' poenitentialis, principalis. 

pnat poena lis. 

pii^3 principibus. 

pnci'* principia. 

pncia'' prcesentia liter. 



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pnci*' principalis. 

pnci™ principium. 

pnci" principum. 

pndiu prandium. 

pndt pendunt. 

^r\!A! & pendere. 

pn'** principio. 

pn^*"" principalior. 

pniter pceniteret. 

pnites poenitens. 

pnilis paenifentialis, principalis. 

pnTli? pcenitentialiter. 

pn'^ principals. 

^jjiis principalis. 

pn*'' principalifer. 

pn** principio. 

pns prcBsens. 

pnsat* pensatas. 

pnsu pensum. 

pna pcenitenfia, prcesentici. 

pnia pcenitcntia. 

pniari^ poenitentiarius. 

pnie pcenitenti(e. 

pntnt penetrant. 

po positio. 

pone posifionc. 

p**' possessor f posterior. 

por prioribus. 

p°'* posteriora. 

ppa J3fl/>a. 

ppe papce. 

pplice publice. 



pplic^ puhlicus. 

pptm populum. 

pp™ papam, populum. 

pp" popiilo. 

pp^ populns. 

ppu pauperum, 

pplis papalisy populis. 

ppl™ papalem, populum. 

pplo populo. 

pptris popularis. 

ppis populus. 

pr pater y presbyter. 

pr* prceterea. 

p"^ plura. 

prand patrandum. 

pra*^ patratur. 

prari patrari. 

pre patre. 

p'* posteriore. 

pres patres. 

pre patrem. 
I pii patrij presbyf^. 
i p^ posteriori. 
[ priaj9a^rw. 
i prib} patribns. 

prie patriw. 

^ries pittries. 

priniu pafrimonium. 

pri^niu patrimonium. 

priole patrimoniale. 

pmo paterno. 

pm^ patemus. 



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prn paternum. 


pui"^ pricilegium. 


proehia parochia. 


puo? parvorum, pravorum. 


prociniu patrocimum. 


puP parvus, pravus. 


pron^ patronus. 


p jorfls, pretinniy prcescriptum; 


proa patrona. 


prmsentes, prcesentatum, 


pr^ paternitds, patris. 


prcBcipimus. 


pruelis patruelu. 


pabef prcehahetur. 


pru^ patrmis. 


pabit^ prcehahitiis. 


p""'^ 2)lures. 


pall*'' prcBallegata. 


pso possessio. 


pbeda prmbenda. 


psoe possessione. 


pbedari^ prmbendarim. 


pt patct, post, potest. 


pbed prcBhendam, prcebendum. 


pta*' potestate. 


^biiis prmdicabilis. 


ptas potcstas. 


pb} prcebet. 


pta* portacit, pr(tsentavit. 


pb prcebet, presbyter. 


ptat* potestativa. 


pbe prcebere. 


ptate potestatem. 


pbi*"} prcedicabilibus. 


ptatf potestatis. 


pbnda prcebenda. 


pte potestate. 


pbn^^ pr(Bbendis. 


pteb' patehit. 


pbns prmbens. 


ptet patet. 


pbntis prcebentis. 


pte* patehit. 


pbr presbyter. 


p'tis potestatis. 


pbru presbyterum. 


ptuit patuit. 


pb3 prwhent. 


pHs potestatis. 


^\y e prcebere. 


pttas potestas. 


pcaco prcedicatio. 


ptn^ paternus. 


peaui prcecaveri. 


pue parv(B, parve, pravce, prove. 


pce''3 prcecedentibus. 


puile*^ privilegia. 


poe^^ prcecedens. 


puit prinlegium. 


peep* prcBcepta. 


puitio? privilegiorum. 


pcep"^ prceceptum. 


puitiu primlegium. 


pcepm prceceptum. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



Ill 



poe"^ prcecedere. 


pdics prcedictus. 


^oe* prcBcedit. 


pditcis prcedilectis. 


^ce** prcBcedenti. 


pditcii prcedilectum. 


pci* pr(ecipue, prcBcise. 


pdi" prcedictio. 


pcios^ pretiosus. 


pdi'^^ prcedicare. 


pcip^ piiBcipue. 


pdi'f prcedicamentis. 


pcipi^" prwcipiejido. 


pdii prcpdicatorum. 


pcip^ precipimus. 


pdoTari prcedominari. 


pcipr pr(Ecipitur. 


p*^' prcenotandum. 


pci"" jircBcipitur. 


pd prcedOy prcedicaim\ Prcedica- 


^ciu pretium. 


tores. 


pcog" prcecognitio. 


^dm prcedium. 


pc** prcedicamenta. 


pdnan prcedomin/infia. 


pcu precum. 


pdos prcedictos. 


pc prceceptum, prece. 


pdo^ prcedictorum. 


pcio prcedicatio. 


pdr prcedicitur. 


pco prcedicatio. 


pemi* prceeminentia. 


pcom pradicationem. 


pest prceest. 


pcti prcedicati. 


pexpta prceezperta. 


^da prceda. 


pexns prceexistens. 


pdat^ prcsdatm. 


pe prceest. 


pdca prtedicta. 


pe prceest. 


pdcm prcedictum. 


pee prceesse. 


pdcus prwdictiis. 


peet prceessset. 


pdesti°is prwdestinationiH. 


pfat prcefatus. 


pdest prcedestinatiis. 


pff prcefertur. 


pdetiare pradeterminare. 


pgna™ prcegnantium. 


^de?mlare prwd^terminare. 


pgnas prcpgnans. 


pdi''} prmdicahilibm. 


pgnicio prcecognitio. 


^dica"*f prcEdicanientis. 


pgni<* prcecognitio. 


^dicao prcedicatio. 


^n" prcecognitio. 


pdict^ prcedictm. 


phita prcehabita. 



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pMt^ pr(ehahitus. 


pntat^ prcesentatus. 


pissa prcemissa. 


pnt^3 prcesentihus. 


pissis prcemissis. 


pnte prcesente. 


piss prcemissa^ prcemissis. 


pnf prcesentice. 


pitti*' prcemittitur. 


pnte*" 2)rcesentetur. 


plibt^ prcelibatus. 


pnte prcesentem. 


p'^ prcedicahilis. 


pnti prcesenti, j)rcedicamenti. 


pliu prcelium. 


pntia prcesentia. 


pm^ico prcemonitio. 


pntib} prcesentihus. 


pmostr Prcemomtratemis. 


pntie prcesentice. 


pmta prcBdicamenta. 


pntis prcesentis, prcedicamentk. 


pn" pr(Bsentia. 


pnto prcedicamento. 


^naia. prccsentia. 


pnt® prcesentihus. 


pneia'' prcesentialiter. 


pntf prcesentis. 


pnoie prcesentice. 


pnto prcesentato. 


pndi prcedicandi. 


pnuatf prcenumeratis. 


pndif prcetenditur. 


pil prcesentia, prcesentihus. 


pndut prcetendunt. 


plicae prcenuntiare. 


pnia prcesenfia. 


pficat prcenuntiat. 


pn™ prcBsentium. 


pnia prcesentia. 


pa" proenomen. 


pno principio. 


pno^' prcenotandum. 


pons'"! prcBOstensiiri. 


pno® prcBYiomine. 


pofisii prceostensum. 


pno*^ prcenomen. 


pp* prcepositi. 


pno?o prcenotato. 


^pit' prcepositus. 


pnoe prcenomen. 


ppo^° prceponendo. 


pnoia^ prcenominatis. 


ppo^ prcepositis. 


pns prcesens. 


ppos prcepositus. 


pnse prcefense. 


ppof^ prceponatur. 


pnta'" prcesentatur, prcesentia- 


ppoi prcepositi. 


liter. 


ppous prcepositus. 


pntatf prcesenfatis. 


ppt prcepositi. 



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pptm prcepositum. 
ppts prcepositus. 
pp^ prcepositm. 
ppab* praparabit. 
ppaco prceparatio. 
ppamta prmpararnenta. 
ppare preeparare. 
ppatii prceparatum. 

-T) 

ppaui prceparavi. 

ppad prceparaiidum. 

ppi prcepositi. 

ppit^ prcepositus. 

ppm prcepositum. 

ppo prwpoaitio, prceposito. 

pps prcepositics. 

ppte prcepositm. 

ppti prcepositi. 

pptis prcepositis. 

ppto prceposito. 

pptu prcepositum. 

ppt prcepositi, prceposterus. 

pppo prcepropero. 

pr prcedicatur. 

pr* prceterea. 

pre prcedicare. 

pre*" prcedicaretur. 

pri prcedicari. 

prito prceterito. 

proga* prcerogatira. 

p8^3 prcesentibus. 

psb presbyter. 

psbi presbyteri. 

M. 



psbr presbyter. 
pse'p" prescriptio. 
p8crip''3 prcescriptianibus. 
pscbif^ prcescribitur. 
pscia prcescientia. 
pscpco prcescriptio. 
^gdo prceservatido, 
p^*^ prcecise. 
psen* prcesentia. 
psenca prcesentia. 
psen"* prcesentium. 
psenta prcesentia. 
psento prcesentatio. 
pse* prcesentia. 

psem prcesentem, prcesentiam. 
psotiair prcesentialiter. 
pse prcesepe. 
pais prcemissis. 
psnia prcesentia. 
p&ntsi prcesentata. 
psiiti prcesenti. 
psso? prcemissorum. 
pssoe pressione. 
pstaco prcestntio. 
pstaB prcBstans. 
pstate prcestan tern. 
psti* prcestitit. 
pstit™ prcestitum. 
psuif prcesumitur. 
psup" prcesumptio. 
ps prwsentat, prcesentant, prce- 
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psns prcBsens. 

psnie prcBsente. 

psppit prcesupponit. 

psppto pr(esup2)osito. 

pit prcestet^ prcesunt. 

psti prcesertim. 

psua® prcBservare. 

p sti prcesertim. 

p sua^ prceservare. 

pt prcBdicat. 

pta prcedwata. 

p** prcedicamenta. 

ptea prceterea. 

ptet prcBteritum. 

pt™ prcedicatum^ prceteritum. 

pt" prcedicato, prceterito. 

pt°io prmtorio. 

pto™ prmtorem. 

ptor prcetor. 

p*°' prcBdicator. 

pf prmdicatur. 

ptu prcedicatum. 

pt prceteriti. 

pta prmterea. 

^ea prceterea. 

i^i™ prceteritum. 

pti° prceterito. 

^titu prceteritum. 

^q prceterquam. 

^ prceter. 

p?ea prceterea. 

^b* prceterihit. 



p?i™ prceteritum. 

pti° prceterito. 

pt'it prceter at, prceterit. 

pVitil prceteritum. 

pt?itf prceteritis. 

ptmt^ prcetermittere. 

ppq prceterquam. 

puei^ prcevenire. 

pueiet prceveniente. 

p|j prcedicatorum. 

^ pro. 

p* propterea, proximo. 

pbaco prohatio. 

pba^'' prohahile. 

pba° prohatio. 

pba'" probabiliter, probatur. 

pbat probat. 

pbat probatum. 

pba'" prohantur. 

pbe*" probetur. 

pbe probem. 

pbi probi. 

pb° prohatio. 

pbon probationum. 

pbos probos. 

pboe probatione. 

pboni probationum. 

pbu probum. 

pb^ probus. 

pb? probrum. 

^^probat,probamt,probi,probos. 

pbores probatores. 



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pbr probahiUter. 
pc^and procreandis. 
pc*at procreat. 
pc^at procreato. 
pce*^" procedendo. 
pcedd procedendum. 
poe™ process um. 
pce*^* procedunt. 
pce'^^f procedentis. 
pee"" proceditur. 
pceres proceres. 
pcerib3 proceribus. 
pee* procedit. 
pceji procerum. 
pctare proclaniare. 
pcto proclamatio. 
poo^ procorum. 
pc'abo procurabo. 
pc''at°iu procuratorium. 
pc"° procuratorio. 
pc'"iiim procuratorium. 
per procreati. 
pcurafi procurationis. 
pcur°riu procuratorium. 
pour procurator. 
peure procuratorem. 
pcurio procuratorio. 
pciirtes procuratores. 
pcuru procuratorium. 
pc procurator. 
pcaco procuratio. 
pcare procurare. 



peat procurat. 
pcator procurator. 
pcef jirocuretur. 
pel procul. 
pco probafio. 
pcre procurare. 
p8es proceres. 
pcib3 proceribus. 
pcii procerum. 
^csul proconsul. 
pd'^tu productum. 
pde* prodest. 
pdee prodesse. 
pdi° proditio. 
pdo probanda. 
pd* produxit. 
pdu^' producendum. 
pdu"" producuntur. 
pd probandum, prodest. 
pdem productum. 
pde^ productus. 
pdt produnt. 
p* prope. 
p^ propterea. 
pf** profecturus. 
pf CO profecto. 
pfeom prqfectionem. 
pfe° professio. 
pf^ profectus. 
pfe' proferatur. 
pfo™ professionem. 
pfo? professorum. 
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pfri proferri. 
^ff profertur. 
pg^ssu progresmm. 
^gd'" progreditur. 
pgsso progressio. 
phe" prooemio. 
pheiii prooemium. 
phes prohiberes. 
phico prohibitio. 
^hicom prohibitionem. 
plj^re prohibere. 
iph"^ prohibetiir. 
ptt prohibet. 
ptia propheta. 
ptiet prohibet. 
ptlitu prohibitum. 
ptindo prohibendo. 
pfen"" prohibentur. 
pH* prohibet. 
phuit prohibuit. 
p^ probi. 
p^o propria. 
pio proprio. 
p*us proprius. 
p^ii proprium. 
pla proxitna. 
pia proxima. 
pt prolis. 
ptr probabiliter. 
pmpt^ promptus. 
pin*?e promittere. 
p m jaro manerio. 



pmtes promittens. 

pndu probandum. 

pn" pronomen. 

pno'^ pronomine. 

pnt pf^obant. 

pnuciaco pronunciatio. 

pniic" pronunciatio. 

pnc pronunc. 

piit probant. 

pntiare promintiare. 

p° probatio, probo, propositio. 

po'm probationem. 

poe probatione. 

pp* propria, propterea. 

Tgi^eprope. 

ppea propterea. 

pplia propheta. 

pp' proprii. 

pp'a propria. 

pp'e propri(e, proprie. 

pp'et™ proprietatum. 

pp'i proprii. 

ppime proprissime. 

ppin'" propinquior. 

pp^o proprio. 

pp'tas propietas. 

ppit'e proprietate. 

pp'u proprium. 

ppm proprium. 

ppo propodtio, proposito. 

ppoc propter hoc. 

ppQem propositionem. 



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ppo*^5 propositianibtis. 

ppo™ propositiomim, propositum. 

pponr proponuntiir. 

p'poTcio^ proporfionabiliter. 

ppor°t proportionaliter. 

ppor°'''* proportionalis. 

ppQj^'m proportionpm. 

ppor^ proportianata. 

pposse proposse. 

ppo'^'' proponuntiir. 

ppo propositionem. 

ppoi™ propositum. 

ppois proposithnis. 

ppoitu propositum. 

ppo"" proponitur. 

ppot proponaf, proponit. 

ppria propria. 

pprie projyriw, proprie. 

ppr^ne proportione. 

pptu promptum. 

ppt^ promptus. 

pp tor promptior. 

pp? propter. 

pptea propterea. 

pp^ proprius. 

pp prope, propter. 

ppare properare. 

ppat prcperant. 

pp propter. 

ppe''} propriefatibus. 

ppe^ proprieias. 

ppe*® proprietate. 



ppiis propriis. 

ppis propriis. 

ppnq" propinquo. 

ppo proposition proprio. 

ppr propter. 

pps proprius. 

pp** proprietate. 

ppto prompto. 

pp*" proposito. 

p"" probabiliter, probatur, proro- 

gatur. 
pre probare, procurare. 
pri probari, procurari. 
prs^ prorsus. 
pr^ prorsus. 
ps probus. 
pse"" prosequitur. 
ps* prosequi. 
psp prosper. 
pspa prospera. 
pspp prosperius. 
pstir* prostratus. 
pstfief prostemeretur. 
ps prosecutor , prosequendo. 
pt probat. 
p* prout. 
pt* protestata. 
pt*li J e protrahere. 
pte. protegatis. 
ptecc profectio. 
ptest^3 protestationibus. 
pte^ nrotenus. 



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pthom protomartyr. 

pthon protonofarius. 

ptor protestator, protestor. 

pf" probatur, prorogatur, pro- 

testaiiir, protestor^ protur- 

batur. 
ptu probatum. 
p*3 prout patet. 
p t protection protegatis. 
pthi protrahi. 
pto probatio. 

p^tur protestatur, proturbatur. 
ptuia protervia. 
p? propter. 
ptuia protervia. 
p?uit proterviter. 
ptuias protervitas. 
puen proventus. 
pue* provenit. 
puefa proventura. 



pui probavi, protervi. 

puiden* providentia. 

puid^ e providere. 

puicia provincia. 

puone proventionem, provoca- 
tionetn. 

put prout. 

put} j!)ro?<^ joa^^^. 

pu prout. 

px* proxima. 

pxi* proxima. 

pxi^ proxime. 

pxi"^ proximum. 

pxia proxima. 

px™ proximum. 

px° proximo. 

px proximus. 

pxa proxima. 

pxi proximi. 

pxm proximum. 



a. 



Q. cwr, g^Mff, quacunque, quce, 
qucecunque, qutedam, quceri- 
tur, quam, quantum, qua- 
que, quasiy quatenus, que, 
quern, quemcunque, qui, quia, 
quibus, quid, quingenti, 
quintum, quod, quodcunque. 



q* <?effl, quaeumque, qualibet. 
I q*d*g quadragesimam. 
, q^drages* quadragesima. 
I q*i g-was/. 

q^inta quadraginta. 

q*le qualem. 



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q*lis qualis. 

q^lif qua liter. 

q*t qualis. 

q*mptm quampluHmum. 

q^utucuq^ quantunieunqtce. 

q*nt^ quantus. 

q*ncuc^ quandocunque. 

q*or qtMtuor. 

q*ppt quapropter. 

q*r qualiter. 

q*rnt°* quarentena. 

q*rt^ quartus. 

q*r quare. 

qHen^ quatenus. 

q*tP quatinus. 

q^? quater. 

q*f quarum. 

qa quam. 

qb} quibus. 

qbs quibus. 

qb} quibus. 

q*a quidam. 

q*' quidem. 

qd quadranSj quidem^ quod. 

q* ^?i<B, quare. 

qMa qucedam. 

0^ quern. 

q' jMK 

q'a jMia, 

q'b} quibus. 

q'blib quibiislibet. 

q*cq*d quicquid. 



q'cq quicquamy quicquid, qUicun- 

que. 
q'cuqj quicunqu£. 
q*c quicunque. 
qki jM?Vf. 
q'da quidam. 
q'd quidem. 
q'esc* quiescit. 
q'es^e quiescere. 
q^etau quietamt. 
q'lo quinimmo. 
q^n g-Mm. 
q'nq^ quinque. 
q'nta d quintam decimam. 
q'nto quinto. 
q^n3 quinque. 
q'q^niu quinquennium. 
q^ quinque. 
q*® quamvis, quis. 
q'sq's quisquis. 
q'*(^ quinque. 
q^' quibus, quicunque. 
q°* 5'j^w, quidem. 
q°^ quando, quin. 
qii quando, quoniam. 
qn**® quantitate. 
qncfiqj qnandocumque. 
qnm quoniam. 
qiiq^ quandoque. 
qn3 quandoque. 
q° qu<estio, quo, quoque. 
q°cq quocunque. 



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q°d ^uod. 

q°dain° quodammodo. 

q°da quodam. 

q°dao° quodammodo. 

qo^oo quodammodo. 

q°tib quolibet. 

q°li3 quolibet. 

q°t quolibet. 

q°m° quomodo. 

q°m°cu(^ quomodocunque. 

q°m°lib3 quomodolibet. 

q^m"! quomodolibet. 

q°na quonam. 

q°ne qucestione. 

q°iiia quoniam. 

q°ii8 quotiens. 

q°ilin quonam, quoniam. 

q°(f quoque. 

q°q° quoquo. 

q^q^m" quoquomodo. 

q°q° quoquo. 

q"c(j quoque. 

q"*"' quorum. 

q°s g'Mos. 

q°* g-efo^. 

q°tlib quotlibet. 

q**| quorum. 

qoe qucestione. 

qom qucBstionem. 

qi' quinque. 

q' quceritur, qualiterj queritur. 

q**^ qualitas. 



q*' qualiter. 
q*f quaUtatis. 
q. V. (/we t'mY, g'wof/ «?«</«. 
quadslo quadragesimo. 
quat qualibet. 
quatr qualiter. 
qua™ quamquam. 
quant quantitatem. 
qua"" qualiter. 
qua^*^ qualitatem. 
quat^ quatenus. 
quat quatenus. 
quatus quatenus. 
qua| quarum. 
qua quam. 
quai jwas*. 
quer querentem. 
quest questum. 
que gwew. 
quela querela. 
queones qucestiones. 
que* qucereret. 
quet^ qucereretur. 
quisq quisquam. 
quisq^ quisque. 
q^Qbet quomodolibet. 
quo^3 quomodolibet. 
quoc quotiens. 
quoda°° quodammodo. 
quo™ quoniam. 
quom° quomodo. 
quonm quoniam. 



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quo" quomodo. 

quo°(^ quomodoeunque. 

quo quomodo. 

quodolib3 qiiomodolibet. 

quom quoniam. 

q^jjque quomodoeunque. 

quoc^ quomodoeunque. 

quo quotnodo. 

q3 quia. 

q^ quafenus, qtiibus, quietus. 

q? quonim. 

qi^c^ quorumcunque. 

q?da quorundnm. 

q yji^, quam, que, quod {mostly). 

qa 5'?«'«. 

q* quam. 

q*as quantitas. 

q*g quarteragium. 

q*phn quamplurimum. 

q*q* quamquam. 

q*q, quamque. 

q*tu quantum. 

q*tf quant itatis. 

q*t quantum. 

qao° quodammodo. 

qb3 quihus. 

qfe quibus. 

q*^ gMorf 6-JC. 

qd jt<w/, jMorf. 

qdamo quodammodo. 

qda° quodammodo. 

qdao° quodammodo. 



qdd quoddatn. 

qd quidem, quoddam. 

q** gwew. 

q' j!/?"</, quidem. 

q*q' quidquid. 

q™ quantum. 

q™q5 quantumcunque. 

qq quodquod, quoque, quoquo. 

qq, quoque. 

q 500000, quw, que, quern. 
qa ^?<jV/. 

qad*'^ quemadmodum. 

qadmo™ quemadmodum. 

qad quemadmodum. 

qadm quemadmodum. 

qae ji/ap. 

qag quarteragium. 

qam quam. 

q*® quantitas. 

qa quam. 

qacq^ quameunque. 

qaqj quatnque. 

qa jj/^-a^. 

qamo™ quemadmodum. 

qao° quodammodo. 

q**' qucelihet, quodlibet. 

qb} qufelibet, quodlibet. 

qb^ quibus. 

qbs quibus. 

qcq qucBCunque, quameunque, 

quicquid. 
qcu^ qucecunque, quantumcunque. 



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qco qucesitio. 

qcu" quibuscunque. 

qd quid, quod. 

qdam quadam, qucBdam, quen- 

dam, quidam, quodam. 
qdamo quodammodo. 
qda quadam, qucedam^ quendam^ 

quidam. 
qdao quodammodo. 
qdd quoddam. 
qde quidem. 
qd'eii quadnennii. 
qd'ga quadriga. 
qd^gentf quadringentis. 
qdo quando. 
qdq quidquid, quodque. 
qd' quadrupliciter. 
qdrages* quadragesima. 
qd'^pe* quadrupedia. 
qd"pt quadruplex. 
qd^p*" quadrupliciter. 
qd^ quadruplex. 
qd qucedam^ quihusdam, quidem, 

quoddam. 
qdn'' quadranguli. 
qdns quadrans. 
q" quoque. 
qela querela. 
qet^ quietus. 
qi quasi, qui. 
qid jwjV/. 
qi™ quwsitum. 



qiti qucBsiti. 

qlec qualecunque. 

qlibe™ quotlihetum. 

qli^"^ qualitatibus. 

qlib} qucelihet, qualibet, qiuilibus. 

qli**} qualitatibus. 

qlitas qualitas. 

qli*' quotlibeti. 

qli*" qualitatum. 

qli*' qualitatem. 

qlit qualiter. 

qlis qualitas. 

ql'^c qualiter cunque. 

q^' qualibet, qualis. 

ql} qucelibet, quilibet^ quemlibet^ 

quodlibet. 
qt qucelibet, ^c, as above. 
qtt qucelibet, 8fc., as above. 
qm quam, quern, quoniam. 
q™ quantum, quidem. 
qmadm quemadmodum. 
qmad quemadmodum. 
qmott quomodolibet. 
q™' quantumcunque. 
qms qucesumus. 
qn quando, quin. 
qncqj quandocunque. 
qndo quando. 
qngeti quingenti. 
qnio quinimmo. 
qnqjj quandoque, quinque. 
qnta quanta. 



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qnta® qunntacunque. 


qpp quapropter. 


qnt" guaiitiias. 


qq** quicquid. 


qntc quantumcunque. 


qq"* quemquanif quicquam^ quis- 


qn** quantitate. 


quam. 


qnt™ quantum. 


qq quamquam. 


qnto qu<into. 


qqa quamquam. 


qntu quantum. 


qqd quicquid. 


qii*f quantitatis. 


q^ quceque, quique^ quamque. 


qnt quantum. 


quoque. 


qn3 quandoque. 


q^ queeritur. 


q°' quando. 


qra' quceratur. 


qn quando^ quandoque^ quando- 


qrat qucerat. 


cunque, quoniam. 


qre quare, quwrere. 


qnm quoniam. 


qrela querela. 


qo qucBstiOf queo, quo. 


qre^ qumrens. 


q" qumnodo. 


qrimo* querimonia. 


qod jMorf. 


qrloa querimonia. 


qoda quodam. 


qro qucero. 


qod quodam. 


qr** quarto. 


qone qu(Bstione. 


qror queror. 


0^ quomodo. 


qr^ queeritur. 


qoq^ quoque. 


qrto quarto. 


q**' quatuor. 


qitu quartum. 


q*' t quatuor temporum. 


qrt^ quartus. 


qo8 5'«/os. 


qr gM«r^, qtueret, qtueriSy quee- 


qo? quorum. 


ritur. 


qoe qucBsttone. 


qs yMa«, quamcitius. 


qoe qu<Bstionetn. 


qs qualitas. 


qois qucBstionis. 


qsi gMOst'. 


qom qucedionem. 


qsi*' Quasimodo geniti. 


qppe quippe. 


qso quceso. 


qpp? quapropter. 


qsq™ quisquam. 



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qsq qnisquam. 

qsqs quisquis. 

qsq^ qimque. 

qst^ quc^sihis, qucestus. 

qs qticesumus. 

qt qiicerif, qucesivit. 

q** quanta. 

q*** qualitas, quantitas. 

q*® quantce. 

q*^ qucesiti, quanti. 

q*^° qucestio. 

qtis quiBsitis. 

q*'" quantitatis. 

qti*f quantitatis. 

qti"*' quantitative. 

qtis quantitas. 

qt"" quantum. 

qto qucBsito. 

qto quantocunque. 

qtuor quatuor. 



qtus quartus. 

qtu quantum, quartum. 

q*^f quantitatis. 

qt^ quartus, quatemis. 

qt quatenus. 

qto qucBstio. 

q?8 quatenus. 

qtus quatenus. 

qt quater. 

q?n^ quaternus. 

q? quarum. 

q quam, quern. 

qad*^" quemadmodum. 

qadmo quemadmodum. 

qad quemadmodum. 

qq quamquam, quemquam. 

qsi g-Mose. 

q, g'we, g-ma. 

q,* quaque. 

c^ quoque. 



R. 



El. octoginta, Radulfus, regni, 
rex, requiescat, Ricardus, 
requiratur, reverendus, run- 
cini. 

r* regula. 

raoft rachetum. 



raeoe ratione. 
raco rrt^e'o. 
Radto Radulfo. 
Eiad Radulfus. 
r*t rationalis. 
j.am regulam. 



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125 



ra™* rarissime. 
ramts ramulus. 
. ra° ratio. 
ra°ne ratione. 
r^ris reguhiri.^. 
r*riu regularium. 
r*tiua regulatira. 
rat°ci*i rutiocinari. 
r^f regulatur. 
ratnoe ratiocinatione. 
ratoni ratio ni. 
T^ regulam. 
raa ra^fl. 
ra''* rationahilis. 
rao ra^/o, /'rt/o. 
pc^jnc rectitvdine. 
rca rec^ff. 
rce rec/f . 
rem rectum. 
rcor rector. 
res rectus. 
rc^ rectus. 
r^ respondendum. 
r^* reverenda. 
1!^"* reverendus. 
re. recognitura. 
r* recipe, regulcs, require. 
rea*® remanente. 
rea*" realiter. 
rearis reguhrls. 
reb3 reftM«. 
reccn"* recogniti&ne. 



recep°3 receptionem. 

recep**"" receptator. 

recogne recognitione. 

recog recognitura. 

reeoiio recog n it io. 

rec recens, receptum, recessit, 
recognitio, reeognitionibus^ 
recognitores, recognitura^ 
recognovity rectatus. 

recast! recusasti. 

recat recusat. 

rec^3 recognitionibus. 

rec^*o recreatio. 

reco recognitio. 

re^edare recommendare. 

recmedare recommendare. 

reijmedao recommendatio. 

xecjn recog nitione, recognoscit. 

redd*** reddenda. 

red*^' reddendum. 

redd reddity reddunt, reddi- 
tiotiem, redditum. 

redde reddere. 

reddr reddifur. 

reddt reddunt. 

Te^u^^el reddere. 

redep"'* redemption's. 

redees redeuntes. 

redudu redundantia. 

red redititm. 

re® regulwy require. 

reedif reedijicare. 



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refet refecit. 

ref^gaf refrigeratur. 

refor^ta reformata. 

ref reficiendum. 

refg^f refrigeratur. 

refgaf refrigeratur. 

reg^re regnare. 

reg'cola regnicola. 

regie regimen. 

regie regimine. 

regta regula. 

reg™ regnum. 

regn*^ regnante. 

regii regnante, regni. 

reg regetn, regis, regni, regnum. 

regbr regenerahitur. 

regis regiminis. 

regra registra. 

regra'" registratio. 

regrio registrario. 

regris registris. 

regro registro. 

retire rehahere. 

retit rehahet. 

reigro redinteg ratio. 

rel* reliqua. 

relaco relatio. 

relats relativus. 

rela"^ relativus. 

relca relicta. 

relce relictce. 

releu relevium. 



relig" religio. 
relig religiosus. 
relioe religionem. 
relio religio. 
retii relevii. 
re™ redditum. 
reme™ remedium. 
remo* re mo vet. 
rem*tim^ remit timus. 
rem remanens, remanet. 
refhntia remanentia. 
re^^ regincB. 

re" recordatio, restitutio. 
repli*"™ replicandum. 
repl° replefio, replicatio. 
rept replegiamentum. 
reppim® repperimus. 
repug^* repugnantes. 
rep*° repertorio. 
reptare reportare. 
rept^ repertus. 
repriare repatriare. 
repKn^^ reprehensibile. 
repb° reprobatio. 
req* requisitam. 
req^sit requisitum. 
requis requisitus. 
req requirendus. 
reqre require, requirere. 
reqt requirit. 

re'' realiter, requiritur, responde- 
tur. 



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rescm respectum. 

res^ respondendum. 

residen* reside ntia. 

resid residentiariiui. 

resig^re resignare. 

resig^uit resignavit. 

resigco resign atio. 

resign" resignatio. 

resiJ^ resaisire, resistere. 

reso^ resolvibilis. 

resp'"^* respective. 

respond respondendum. 

resp* respondef, respondit. 

resp respedu. 

res'ccio resurrectio. 

resti** restitutio. 

resti' restituitur. 

resto restitutio. 

res residuum, respectum, resump- 

tionem. 
rescm respectum. 
resgna* resignavit. 
ret*hit retrahit. 
retemto retenetnento. 
reti°* retinent. 
retno retentio. 
re*' realiter, recepUe. 
ret retinet. 
retct^ retractus. 
re** respectu. 
re** regulativa. 
reuet revelatio. 



re* respectivum. 

reuncia reverencta. 

reund^ receretidus. 

reusio recersw. 

reuti*^ rerertitur. 

re^'^* respective. 

re^ r^iw, rexpectus. 

re? rerum. 

rea3 remanet. 

reio remissio. 

reise remisse. 

reo^° removendo. 

reoue remorere. 

re /'6'f7?7, /•f'ar. 

rea regula. 

rearis regularis. 

remedae recommendare. 

rend^e respondere. 

rens recens. 

rensat responsalis. 

ren* remanet. 

rer**** resurrectio. 

rer® resurrectis. 

reti recenti. 

reus re versus. 

ifcco refectiOy refractio. 

ifgar refragari. 

r* m. 

ri'' risibtfis. 

r*" repertorio, responsio. 

riuts rivulus. 

riulu rivulum. 



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r™ respectum, responsoriiim, 

reverendum. 
j.ma reverendlssima: 
j,me reverendissimce, reverendis- 

sime. 
r°^ reverendissimus. 
jjida referenda. 
jjidS reverendus. 
Ro. Roma^ Romanus. 
r° ra^to, regio, responsio. 
r^alis rationalis 
rob°ata rohorata. 
r°^' rationalis. 
ro™ rationem. 
rom* Roniana. 
romna Romana. 
rom Romanorum. 
rond' respondent. 
rofi Romance. 
ro^ Romanos. 
■PQtes rogantes. 
r"' vesurrectionem. 
roa Roma, Romana. 
roa Romam. 
roua Romanam. 
ro rotulo. 

roab*'''" ratiotiabiliter. 
robi^' rationahilibus. 
robilis ratio nahilis. 
robitr rationahiliter. 
robi*' rationahiliter. 
robtr rationahiliter. 



roei™ ratiocinittm. 
rocina* ratiocinatis. 
rocinai ratiocinari. 
roci**' ratiocinationem. 
roclaco ratiocinatio. 
roe r alio ne, Romance. 
ro"* rationalis, rationabilis. 
rom rationem. 
ronos Romanos. 
rono? Romanorum. 
ron^ Romanos, Romanus. 
ro"" rationaliter, rationahiliter. 
ros Romanos. 
T. p. reverendus pater. 
rq*" requiratur. 
rqf requiritur. 
rq requiritur. 

r"" redditur, rependitur, requira- 
tur, respondetur. 
rr. requiratur, reverendissimi. 
r^ regulativus, requisitus. 
r^" responsum. 
rs respondit. 

r* reddit, respondet, restituit. 
r** registrata, rescripta. 
rt°nat^ retornatus. 
r" redditii, respeciu. 
rub'ca ruhrica. 
rub ruber, rubeus. 
rubica ruhrica. 
ru° rubeo, ruhro. 
r^r resurrectis. 



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r" reddituniy respecfum^ 


respoti- 


rcores rectores. 


sum. 




fcoif rectoris. 


R recipe, Regis, Begum 


[Book 


rco|s rectorum. 


of Kings in the Bible), re- 


rcte rec^e. 


qiii'iitus, Bex. 




rcti'^'' rectitudine. 


Rbit respondebit. 




rctos rectos. 


f receptor, reddit, ret. 


relevio. 


ret OS rectores. 


respondendum, re.spansum. 


rcata recitata. 


80000. 




rcor rector. 


ralf realis. 




rcre recurrere. 


rat realis. 




reus rectus. 


ratr realiter. 




r9g<' recognitio. 


ra™* realissima. 




r9nos8e recognoscere. 


ra'" realiter. 




rda rererenda. 


rat, r** registrat, regulat. 




rda"" recordatur. 


ratofs registratorum. 




rdax recerendarum. 


ra? realiter. 




rda reverendam. 


rb* reddebat, respandebat. 


respon- 


rdde" reddendo. 


debit. 




rdd"* reddendum. 


roco resurrectio. 




rdd*^ redditur. 


rce r^'c^e. 




rdet respandet. 


reep" receptio. 




rdepco redemptio. 


rci^** recipiendo. 




rdu* redundantia. 


Yci^^ recipiendum. 




rduq"" reducuntur. 


feine rectitudine. 




rdu^' reducendum. 


rei"^ recipiens. 




rdu' reducitur. 


rcip* recipit. 




rdu'" reducuntur. 


rcipcat"^ reciprocantur. 




rde resp&ndere. 


rci* recipit. 




rdn^' resp&ndendum. 


rci** recitata. 




re respondere. 


rcit recitat. 




rfice reficere. 


rcor rector. 




rfi** reficiendum. 



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rforta reformata. 

rfct°iu refectorium. 

rfa* refrenet. 

rft refert. 

rgat regain. 

rg^ta regutrata. 

rge regem. 

rggti reaggravati. 

rgim regimen. 

rgia regina. 

rgie regince. 

rgie regimine. 

rgin regimen. 

rg™ regem, regum. 

fgSat^ regeneratus. 

rg" regno, regulo. 

rg*" regitur. 

rg^ rede's, regulis. 

j-.gt regnavit. 

rgut*' regiilariter. 

rgu'' regulariter. 

rgla regula. 

rgla"" regulatur. 

rgm regulum, regulnm, regnum. 

rg° recognitio. 

rtire rehahere. 

fipu*^** reipuhlicce. 

riss refniasia. 

rla, r^* regula. 

rla* regulata. 

riabr relabitur. 



;:la'e 



regulare. 



rle regale, regnlw. 

rlib3 realibus. 

rUb3 regularihm. 

yi^ne religione. 

fliu"" relinquitiir. 

x\\P religio. 

rliq'" relinquitur. 

H"^ relativum. 

rlois relationis. 

rlt* relative. 

rt regulis. 

jrto relatio. 

rtt® relative. 

fttia relativa. 

rtto? relatonim. 

rtua'^ relevatur. 

rm regvlam, rem, respectum, 

ream. 
rme'" remedium. 
rmeo*" rememoratur. 
fmisce* reminiscentia. 
rmo* remota. 
fmo°' remotionem. 
rm^ regulamur. 
rm® rernittimus. 

rm* remanet, remansit, remittit. 
rmte^ remittemus. 
r^ regimen. 
rndem^ respondemus. 
rndet respondet. 
rndef respondetur. 
rndit respondit. 



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rnd* respondet. 

rn*' respondendum. 

rnd respondet. 

ruddo respondendo. 

f nde respondere. 

rndi reaponderi. 

rn^ respondere. 

rn° respondeo, responsio, re.y)onso. 

rns respondens. 

rnsat responsalis. 

rnsio responsio. 

rns"* respoiisum. 

rnso responso. 

rns* respon^it. 

rnt respondent. 

rn* respondet^ respondit. 

rntans reprcesentans. 

rnte referentem, respondentem. 

rnt*^ regulanfur. 

rfib* respondebit. 

rur respondetnr. 

rnt respondet. 

ro ra^jo, recepfo, rotulo. 

roal rationalis. 

fo^o ratiocinando. 

roe ratione. 

roe rationem. 

rom rationem. 

rone ratione. 

roni rationi. 

^Qj^ies rationahiles. 

ro® rationis. 



fo^' rationabiliter. 
roe ratione. 
r"^ responnione. 
r5e rationem. 
roi rationi. 
rois rationis. 
rom rationem. 
rpet'*'^ repetuntur. 
rpet"" repetatur. 
f pti rescripti. 
rpt™ rescriptum. 
rptu rescriptum. 
rptf rescriptis. 
rpt rescriptum. 
rpugn* repugnantia. 
rpubat reputabant. 
rpaco reparafio. 
rpatu rejmratum. 
ipit reperit. 
rpif reperitur. 
rpiuf reperiuntur. 
rpt reparat. 
rptare reportare. 
rptu repertum. 

rpll^e repellere. 
rplsa repuham. 
rpls^ repuhus. 
rpng* repugnantia. 
rphe* reprcehendit. 
fpn* repra>sentat. 
rpntan reprcenentantes. 
rpsn**^ representandi. 
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rp* reprcesentat, reprcesentet. 

fptat reprcesentat. 

rpmissi°e repromissionem. 

fqir' requirerct. 

rq* requirit. 

rq*" requiritur. 

rqrit requirit. 

rqrif requiritur. 

rre regularem. 

rrib3 regularihus. 

rris regularis. 

rrir regulariter. 

fpm Yerum. 

xyPm. resurrectionem. 

rr°' resurrectionem. 

rr? rerum. 

rr rerum. 

rs regulas, res, respondet. 

rs''^° resurrectio. 

ygo'm resurrectionem. 

rsp*^ respectu. 

rsti" restitutio. 

rs^ rursus. 

rs residuo. 

r suare reservare. 

f?uat reservatum. 

r^uaf reservantur. 

x^ regulat. 

r** registrata. 

rt*cts retractis. 

rt*h* retrahit. 

rt^nsies retransiens. 



rtlit retrahit. 
rti rec^i. 
rtle'^ retinefur. 
rtiere retinere. 
rtlecia retinentia. 
rtia regulativa. 
fto '/rc^o. 
rt° re^/'o. 
rt°g® retrograde. 
^"gde retrograde. 
rt^nare retornare. 
rt°natu retornatum. 
W regulatur. 
rtro^f retroscriptis. 
r*" redditu, respectu. 



?t9 



respectus. 



rtctu retractum. 
rth^e retrahere. 
Hnsiuit retransivit. 
r"* relativa. 
ruere* reverentia. 
ruocare revoeare. 
ruocatu revocatum. 
ruore revoeare. 
ruot revocat. . 
yus respectus. 
m* revera. 

rulSaf reverherantur. 
ruentia reverentia. 
rulsis revulsis. 
rub at'^ reverherantur. 
fiien* reverentia. 



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~*1 

niencia reverentia. 


ruti"^ revertitur. 


rued^ recerendus. 


rx /-t";?. 


rue? reverenter. 


rxiue respective. 


rusio reversio. 


rx* rftCTY. 


ruta"" revertatur. 


r" redditus, requisitus. 


futi reverti. 


Y^ rerum. 



s. 



S. sanctitas, sandm, scilicet, 


sacr* sacramenta. 


scHptiim, secundus, sed 


, sei- 


sacns sacramen'is. 


sina, sepfuaginta, sepultus, 


sacr™ sacramentum. 


sequitur, serenissifnus, 


servi, 


sacro Sacramento. 


sibi, sigillum, signum, 


sili- 


sac «aca, sacerdos, sacramentum. 


ginis, sine, sit, sive. 


soc- 


sacrificium. 


manni, soka, solidi. 


sub- 


sac''3 sacerdotibus. 


scHpsi, subscripsit. 


sunt. 


sac''* sacerdotalis, sacramentalis. 


supra. 




sactii sacrilegii. 


8. 1. b. soka et beremca. 




sacmtu sacramentum. 


8. T:. so. saca et soca. 




sacmt sacramentum. 


8* secunda, substantia, supra. 


sac** sacramenta. 


sabbi sabbati. 




sac*^ nacerdote. 


sac* sac r amentum. 




sac" sacramenti. 


sao*^' sacramentalis. 




sac*"*™ sacerdotum, sacramentum. 


8ac*mtu sacramentum. 




sactf sacramentis. 


sac'fi* sacrificia. 




8*dcs supradictm. 


8ac**ru sacronim. 




saec scBculum. 


sac^Bce sacrosanctce. 




s^empt supraemptus. 



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saena saenna. 


sat*** satufactione. 


sagea sagena. 


s^uend supravenditus. 


saisied saisiendum. 


8* secundam. 


saisife saisitore. 


sag* sanguine. 


saisia saisina. 


sag'nf sanguinis. 


saPtu salictum. 


sag"* sanguine. 


salinar salinarum. 


sag* sanguis. 


salT^ii salinarii. 


sagie sanguinem. 


8alu° salutatio. 


sagis sanguinis. 


salu™ salvagirdiam. 


sags sanguis, sanguinis. 


sat salina, salts, salutem. 


saine saisince. 


satm salutem. 


saitas sanitas. 


sat'** salvatione. 


sai** sanitate. 


8at<"^ salvator. 


sai*f sanitatis. 


satt salutem. 


sau sanum. 


sancx sanxit. 


sa® sanus. 


san* sanguine. 


saina saisina. 


San'® sanguinis. 


sala saisina. 


san® sanus. 


s^ ,sm6. 


sap* sapientia. 


slSa substantia. 


sap* sapiente, sapientiw. 


sl5t^ sublux. 


sap*"" sapienter. 


sc. sciant. 


sapi* sapientia. 


s*^ .st'c. 


sapi*** sapientum. 


s** sancta. 


sapia sap)ientia. 


scaec" scaccario. 


s*8* suprascripta. 


scacc scaccarium. 


sasia sasina. 


scaci scacci. 


sasle sasince. 


sc*cm scaccarium. 


sa*" sacramentum. 


scabiu scambium. 


satf sa^w. 


scagiu scangium. 


satf fa8e satisfacere. 


sed secundum. 


satfcm satisfacttim. 


sc' scripsi, scriptum. 



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8ci* scientia. 
sciatf soiatis. 
Bc'bi scribi. 
w^e scribere. 
soi**' sciendum. 
sci* scientia, scire. 
8cie? scienter. 
scit scilicet. 
8c*pt^a scriptura. 
sc'ptu script um. 
sc'pt scriptum. 
sc^pte scriptures. 
sci*®' scienter. 
8ci*C scientis. 
scim sciendum. 
set scilicet. 
Ectaris seculnris. 
scto sceculo. 

SCO. «fO/(!l. 

ggQrinm scolarium. 
sc't)tur sciibitur. 
scribr scribitur. 

sou' scutiferi. 
8C°pul^ scrupulus. 
scutelt scutellnrius. 
scutut scutularius. 
scut scutifer. 
scu scutiferi. 
8*^'° significafio, 
sc sanctus, sciant. 
sea sancta. 



sea sanctani. 

scbi'" scribitur. 

8cb* scribit. 

scbe scribere. 

scbef scriberetur. 

scbr scribitur. 

8cb e scribere. 

scb^ et scriberent. 

scda secuncb. 

scdo secundo. 

scd^ secundus. 

scdm secundum. 

scds secundus. 

see sanctWy sancte. 

sci sancti. 

scia scientia. 

scia scientiam. 

scie scienticB. 

scific** sanctificatio. 

sciis scientiis. 

scimoiat sanctimonialis. 

scio sanctio. 

scis Sanctis. 

sciss^ sanctissimus. 

sT'ism^ sanctismnus. 

sci^ sanctius. 

sclare sceeuiare. 

sclu sceeulum. 

set scilicet. 

8cm sanctum. 

scmbiii scambium. 

SCO saneto. 



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sc°em sanctionem. 

SCO? sanctorum. 

scpfa scriptura. 

scpf^e scripturce. 

scptu scriptum. 

scptf scriptis. 

septa scriptura. 

scp™ scriptum. 

808 sanctus. 

scuariu sanctuarium. 

scus sanctus, secundum. 

scuio sanctuario. 

8c^ sanctus. 

8** serf, secw^. 

s. d. salutem dat, sine die, sub die. 

se. serfe. 

sec^ta^ secretarius. 

sec^t^ secretis. 

sec^i securi. 

seeul? sceculorum. 

secuf sequuntur. 

sec secum, secus. 

secla scBcula. 

seclu s(Bculum. 

seem securum. 

eecj secum. 

sed^ serfw. 

sed* serfeY. 

sed sedem, sedes, sedis. 

se^ scppe. 

se'^dcs scepedictus. 

seis seisina. 



seia semtna. 

seiat seminalis. 

seiant^ seminantur. 

se^° senescallo. 

semp semper. 

sem semen. 

semi sewe/. 

sen* sententia. 

sen*o senescallo. 

sen^3 sensihilihus. 

sen^tute senectnte. 

senes. senescallus. 

sen^*' senile, sensihiie, sensuale. 

sen''* sensitiva. 

sep* septima. 

septum septimanam. 

septet'o septentno. 

septi* septimana. 

septim septimana. 

septia septimana. 

septuasia septuagesima. 

sept septimana. 

sepult sepnltura, sepultus. 

sep* separata. 

sepab"" separabitur. 

sepaco separatto. 

sepalf separalis. 

sepatt^ separa liter. 

sepati separa tim. 

sepco separatio. 

sep^^ separandum. 

sep"® separabilis. 



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sepaf^ separantur. 


se"* sensitive. 


sepo separatio. 


sex* sexagenOy sexaginta. 


sep -separate, sepes. 


8ext*iu sextarium. 


sep* septima. 


se^ «ecM«. 


sep^ septim(B. 


see semen. 


seplcm sepulcrum. 


seis seminis. 


seplis separabilis, separalis. 


sep"* sempiternum. 


sep^ septentrionalis. 


sep semper. 


sepna sepUmana. 


sepmu sempiternum. 


seq^la sequela. 


sesieciu sentientium. 


seq^ncia sequentia. 


seis seminis. 


seq^stru seqiiestnim. 


sel s<?/we/. 


seq* seqiientiy sequi. 


sere"" sequeretttr. 


seq'f^ sequitur. 


s' sjftt. 


seq' sequitur. 


sicci** siccitate. 


seq^f sequentis. 


sic* S?<?M^. 


sequeu sequentium. 


sic*^ siccitas. 


seqce sequacem. 


sic «ICM^. 


seqt seatlaribus, sequela. 


si^ St>M^. 


seqr sequitur. 


sig*m^ significamvs. 


seqs sequens. 


sig*uit significavit. 


seq* sequentes. 


sig're significare. 


seqst^ri sequestrari. 


sig™ sigillum, signum. 


seqt' sequuntur. 


sig" sigi/lo, signo. 


se^ sequeretur^ sequitur. 


sigcare sigtnjicare. 


semic servicium. 


gigcat significat. 


seruUu servitium. 


sigcas significans. 


sera* «erfJtY. 


sigctm signaculum. 


seru serviensy servitiumy servus. 


sigco significatio. 


ggj^tes sertienfes. 


sigct significat. 


se** separata. 


sigfi""^ significare. 


se. ua. .se(/e vacante. 


sigicare significare. 



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siglli sigilli. 

sigltm sigillum. 

siglu sigillum. 

sigt sigillum. 

sigo sigillo, signijimtio. 

sig°m signijicationem. 

sigones signijicationes. 

sig'" significatur. 

sigtu signatum. 

silig siligo, siliginis. 

siliqjs siliquarum. 

silu s«7m. 

silure silvestre. 

sil^ scilicet. 

silf siliginis. 

sit siligo. 

sita similia. 

site scilicet. 

sitit similiter. 

sitr similiter. 

sitt scilicet. 

sim" similia. 

simtr similiter. 

simp' simplici. 

simptr simpliciter. 

simp*' simpliciter. 

sim*" simpliciter. 

sim^ simplex. 

siml simul. 

sifht' simpliciter. 

sin^3 singularibus. 

sing singulos. 



singla singula. 

sint singulis. 

siiila singula. 

sin^"® singulos. 

siii'''* singularis. 

sine sinere. 

s'pta scripta. 

s^pfa scriptura. 

siq* siqua. 

%\c^ siquem. 

siq siquis. 

siqs siquis. 

si"" similiter. 

sii'Dtheca? cfiirothecarum. 

S'* 6'MIS. 

si* s«>M^. 
siu s/re. 

sibolu symholum. 
si"*^ simplicem. 
si*'^*3 simplicibus. 
sicm stncerum. 
slg^' singulis. 
Big^ singulariter. 
sig*' singulariter. 
sigb} singularibus. 
slistm sin is f ram. 
81*"" simpUcior. 
siptr simpliciter. 
siptt simpliciter. 
sip*" simpliciter. 
sip'' simplex. 
sip*'^ simplici. 



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a'* si'ngularem. 


stt salutem. 


slrib5 singii/aribus. 


s¥\ scilicet. 


SIX simplex. 


gm^ mmma. 


sTcix aimpUciter. 


8°* sanctissima. 


sie sive. 


gmas saiictissimus. 


siia simonia. 


smu summum. 


sil simul. 


8* «erf tamen. 


silaco simulatio. 


an «tW. 


silat simulat. 


snia sententia. 


sile simile. 


sniatr sententialif^r. 


silet simulet. 


snia^ sententiarum. 


sile similem. 


so* «o/ia. 


sili *i»«7«. 


socB »oca, socetnannm. 


sTKb} similibm. 


soctif socarum. 



sili^° similitudo. 
sili* similitudine. 
8ili° simili modo. 
silis similiSy singulis. 
silitu** similitudines. 
silit simili ffT. 
silid™ similitudine m. 
silir similiter. 
silla sigilla. 
sill'*|s syllabarum. 
sill^ syllabcB. 
si^'' singula, symbolo. 
gjios singulos. 
sita similia. 
sitr similiter. 
srst^m sinisfram. 
stm salutem. 
sto solutio. 



80C «occe. 

8old*ii soldarii. 

solidatf solidatis. 

solid solidus. 

solli"^ solicitudine. 

sol"" solvitur. 

solu^ solummodo. 

solu® solummodo. 

80I3 «o/e^. 

sot Solent, solidata, soliduSy 

solum. 
soto solummodo, solutio. 
sotor solicitor. 
sotom solutionem. 
sotr solvitur. 
sot3 Solent. 
so™ solum. 
so** 60/0, solutio. 



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so solet, solum, solus, solutio. 

spa* spatia. 

spa™ spatium. 

spa" spatio. 

spao sjjatio. 

sp'' spectantem. 

sp^'ta^ spectamus. 

sp^'tat spectat. 

sp'^tas spectans. 

spe*^® specifice. 

speci** specificati. 

speco specula. 

specl*^" speculativo. 

spec" speculativum. 

sp'^ta spreta. 

sp^u^P spervarms. 

spealis specialis. 

spea™*' specialissimcB. 

speer specialiter. 

spei speciei. 

speli? specialiter. 

spes species. 

gpgua speculativa. 

spealis spiritualis. 

sp"'3 spiritibiis. 

spiiu spirituuni. 

sp'*" spirit a. 

spitalis spiritualis. 

spletu spinetum. 

spi^^ spirationis. 

spialis spiritualis. 

spiaria spiciaria. 



spTb3 spiritibus. 

spi"^ spiritualis. 

8p5^'* sponsalia. 

sposa sponsa. 

sposa speciosa. 

sp semper. 

sp*^ sperma. 

spare sperare. 

spat'" sperantur. 

spgit^' spargitur. 

spnend spernendtim. 

spnJe spernere. 

spu'^P spervarius. 

sp speciem. 

spa^3 specialibus. 

spalis specialis, spiritualis. 

spalir specialiter, spiritualiter. 

spaliii spiritualium. 

spai:b3 specialibus, spiritualibus. 

spatr S2)ecialiter, spiritualiter. 

spa"" specialem. 

spa"'^ specialissime. 

spa"^ specialiter, spiritualiter. 

spa*® specialitate. 

spe specie. 

spea™'' specialissime. 

spea' specialiter. 

spe speciem. 

spialis specialis. 

spit^ spiritus. 

splis sjjecialis. 

split specialiter. 



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spm spafium, spiritum. 


st*gtur strangulatur. 


spo spntio. 


st^Ie stramine. 


spralis spirit ua Ik. 


8t*me stramen. 


spralit spiritualiter. 


8t"ta strata. 


sprii spiritnali. 


sftaga stratagema. 


sps specifs^ spiritus, suspcnsus. 


staf" statutum. 


sptactm spectaculum. 


statu™ statutum. 


spu spirit u. 


8t*tum stratum. 


spualis spiritualis. 


stat™ statutum. 


spule sptrituakm. 


stagnu stangnum (stagnum). 


sput spiritualis. 


s'*'™ sanctitatem. 


sputr spiritualiter. 


st'ct^ strictus. 


spus spiritus. 


^^2^ stringere. 


spu*' spiritualiter. 


st'man^ sti reman mis. 


spur spiritualiter. 


stipto stipulatio. 


sp^ spiritus. 


strae stramen. 


sptis spretis. 


strlg'e stringere. 


8q*ll*ia squillaria. 


stcte striate. 


sq'llari^ squillarius. 


stct^ strictus. 


8"" «Mj9er. 


stlla s^^//«. 


s'^gut surgunt. 


stme stramen. 


s'g surgent, surgit, surgunt. 


stmla stramina. 


8. T. i. sacrum Ronianum impe- 


stng* stringit. 


rium. 


stng*'"^ strangulatur, stringitur. 


ss. sacerdotes, sancti, sanctissi- 


sto statuto. 


mus, scilicet, secundtts, sen- 


St sternwnnus. 


sus, sestertii, Spiritus Sanc- 


s?ilt»« sterilitas. 


tus, suis, sunt. 


stit sterilis. 


st* strata. 


^man^ stermannus. 


stabilico stabilitio. 


s\ sed. 


stab**^ stahilitas. . 


su* summa. 


st*ciatu straciatum. 


subaltu subaltemafive. 



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subpones suppositioms. 


suppe* sw6 j9a?»«. 


subs'' sub sigillo. 


supp"" supplicatury supponitur. 


suba substantia. 


supp'^' su'ppKcandi. 


suba* substantia. 


supp® suppone, suppositce. 


subalis substantialis. 


supp™ suppositum. 


suba substantiam. 


suppo suppositio, supposito. 


sube substantice, substantive. 


supp** supposita. 


subis substantiis. 


supp'" suppositum. 


succ^'^ successive. 


sup s?^/;er. 


succo successio. 


supb® superbus. 


sucpjm successionem. 


supciliu supercilium. 


succ* succedit, suceidit. 


suphid superhidagium. 


sudoe sudore. 


supp3 superioribus. 


su^ summcB. 


supi°itas superioritas. 


suffi* sufficientia. 


supi°it*® super ioritate. 


snffica sufficientia. 


supio™ superiorem. 


suffi"* sufficiens. 


supi® superius. 


suffi*^*' sufficienter. 


supnu super num. 


suf* sufficit. 


sup°tas superioritas. 


sum® sumus. 


suppP superplusagium. 


surha, summa. 


supsbalis supersubstantialis. 


sum® summus. 


supus supervisor. 


suih summonitio, summonitor, 


sup*" suppositum. 


summonitum. 


suptm suppositum. 


suma summa. 


supmu supremum. 


8um*i® summarius. 


supm® supremus. 


suihs sumens, sumptus. 


surcts surculus. 


suore summ^nere. 


su® sM?".s, superius. 


sup* supra. 


suspcm suspectum. 


sup" supplicatio. 


suspns® suspensus. 


supp"*" supplicatio. 


sustent sustentandum. 


supp''** supplicat. 


susted sustinendum. 



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sustn siistenfatioiiem. 

suii suum. 

8U* sumnia. 

siieud mmeiiflinn. 

8ui mmmi. 

sGi"" sumitur. 

suit sumit. 

suma sunwia. 

sumagiu mmmagium. 

sum*P sutnmarim. 

sumaie tsummariw. 

sume summte. 

sumoia summonita. 

8um^ summus. 

8um summonita. 

8U** summo. 

suope summopere. 

Bupco sumptio. 

sup"^ sumptione. 

suu summum. 

8u^ sumus. 

su «ttv. 

sy* gymonia. 

S)'©* si/monia. 

8yo*c .si/monioeut. 

83 ««/. 

830 securifio. 

St «^</. 

8^ suspendotur, stispensus. 

s^cipied mscipiendum. 

s^cipe suscipere. 



s^pect^ su^pectus. 

s^ped e suspendere. 

b^pesS suspemitm. 

s^pice suspicere. 

s^pcm ifiispecfiim. 

s^pi*^ suspenditur. 

s^pns^ suKpenfUs. 

s^tent SHsfentacnliiWj sustentatio, 

sudentum. 
s^time swftinere. 
s^tied sustinenUum. 
S 70000. 

s scilicet^ semper, septimana. 
sa secundOy sua. 
sane secundaricB. 
sario secundaria. 
sa secundam, suam. 
sb «f<6. 
sbbo sabhato. 
sb^e subjeetfp. 
sVo suftjecto. 
sbdet subdelegatus. 
sb* subJecttPy suhstantiw. 
sbe subest. 
sb** svhstantin. 
sbi*^u subjectum. 
sbico subjectio. 
sbics subjectus. 
sbiug* subjungit. 
sbitltndo subintelligendo. 
sbK*" suhlimitas. 
sb™ subjectum. 



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sbpo supposifo. 

sbscb"' subscribendum. 

sbsta°^° substantiatio. 

sbstco substracHo. 

sbst*'^ substitutis. 

sbst*° substifuto, substrato. 

sbst subsunt. 

sbstn** subsistentia. 

sbsfe subsistere. 

sbt*ccio subtractio. 

sbt*h^e subtrahere. 

sbtit subtilis. 

sbti**^ subtilitas. 

sbt^ subtus. 

sbtco subtractio. 

sbthle subtrahere. 

sbtxit subtraxerinf. 

sbusom siihversionem. 

sba substantia. 

sbalir substantialiter . 

sbat substantialis. 

sba"" substantialiter. 

sbii substantiam. 

slja"* substantivum. 

sbe substanttce. 

sbi subjecti. 

sbia substantia. 

sbiis substantiis. 

sbiua substantiva. 

sbm suhjectum, substantiam. 

sbt subest. 

sbt^ subifus. 



sea sancta. 

scaco significatio. 

sea'' significatur. 

seas sanctas. 

seat significat. 

sea? sanctarum. 

scci**^ siccitatem. 

seep" siisceptio. 

seia scientia. 

seie scientice. 

se^fi" sacrificio. 

sciis seientiis. 

seio sanctio. 

scion sanctionum. 

seipdii suscipiendum. 

scipe suscipere. 

scir* sanciret. 

sei^ sanctius. 

sela scecula. 

selare sceculare. 

soli scBculi. 

sclo scpeulo. 

selo? s(Bculorum. 

setm sceculum. 

setris scecularis. 

se°em sanctionem ,significationem. 

SCO™ significationem. 

se^ significafur. 

ses sanctus. 

se* significat. 

sens sanctus. 

saP sanctus. 



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sc sacer, sanctus. 
sea sacra, sancta. 
see sacrcB, sanctcB. 
sola 8(Bcula. 
sclare sceculare. 
>cli Sfeculi. 
sclo sceculo. 
scloj5 scBcuUrrum. 
SOS sanctus. 
sdcus supradictus. 
sd® surdm. 
sdus supradictus. 
s^ substantue. 
sfpi«°s sufficiens. 

sff* sujficit. 
sf* sufficit. 

sg® signtficatio. 
sgabit significabit. 
sgat significat. 
sgas signific^ns. 
sgat significant. 
sgbit significabit. 
ignt significant. 
sgt significat. 
sgt« significative. 
§gt' significatur. 
si «ciVt, secundi. 
sies series. 
s" secundis. 
si sirnul. 

M. 



§la singula. 

sle substantialem. 

slis similis, singulis, wbstan- 

tialis. 
sltm sahttem. 
slf similis, singulis. 
stm similem.. 
sto solutio. 
site salute. 

sm secundum, summum. 
s™ snbjectum. 
sm* sibimet, submittet. 
snigf submergitur. 
§11* sententia. 
gj^am sententiam. 
§ndu significandum. 
gnia sententia. 
sniatr sententialifer. 
snias sententias. 
snia^ sententiarum. 
snia sententiam. 
sniado sententiando. 
snie sententite. 
sniis sententiis. 
s^ significans. 
s°* significant. 
sn »i««. 

s° secundo, sermo. 
■go'm sermonem. 
s^ sermone. 
spH^ suspectus. 
spe^r suspenditur. 



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sped^e suspendere. 


srio^ superiori. 




spes serpens. 


•gj^rem superiorcm. 




spe^ suspendens. 


sri^ superius. 




spes^ suspensus. 


sma superna. 




spet^ suspectus. 


srna'' super natur a liter. 




sp'*' simpliciter. 


smt supernaturalis. 




sppoSe supponere. 


smo|i supernorum. 




sppto supposito. 


sm'^ spernitur. 




sp'' simpliciter, super. 


srh^ supernaturaliter. 




sp^ simplex. 


srS supernaturaliter. 




sp semper, super. 


grogat^ surrogates. 




spcs suspectus. 


groge surrogare. 




spi^ suspenditur. 


srpF superplus. 




spit simpliciter. 


§rpodaf super ponder atur. 




spt^ suspectus. 


grpS*'"^ superponitur. 




sq^la sequela. 


§r* superest, supersit. 




sr super, superior. 


SS SMJS. 




s*" similiter, substantiaKter,super. 


ss* substantia. 




srare super are. 


gsc'b'" subscribitur. 




srate superante. 


§8^ subscripsi. 




srbia superhia. 


gs^blis sensibilis. 




srb® superbus. 


§81^® senMbile. 


- 


srclu surculum. 


ssi"* sensibilia. 




sr*® superficies. 


§sit sensit. 




srex* surrexit. 


gsi*** sensibilitas. 




sr^ super ficiem. 


§siti"* sensitivus. 




srei* supereminet. 


Ssit sensibiliter. 




srfi''3 superficiebus. 


ssu sensM. 




srfi® superficie. 


§8^^* sensitiva. 




srfi^^^ superfidalis. 


ssualit sensualiter. 




srfin* superabundantia. 


§8uat sensualis. 




srior superior. 


§8u sensum. 





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gs'' sensus. 




§u str?. 


§§ seisinam. 




gx simplex. 


gga" sensatio. 




sico serico. 


ssa*^ sensualiter. 




sies series. 


ssm sensum. 




sie seriem. 


sssi mbscripsi. 




"^pes serpens. 


ss* subscripmt. 




"^pete serpentem. 


st «/^, «un^. 




sta sf-y^a. 


s* signijicat. 




suare servare. 


s'* 8ignificat(S. 




^uad servandum. 


stent susfentaculumy sustentum. 


suiciu serritium. 


s*' subjecti. 




suies serviens. 


§tine* sustinentia. 




?uit servilis. 


still* sustinet, smtinuit. 




suit*3 servitutibus. 


StiSe smtinere. 




sulfa sercitura. 


s** seripfo, significato^ sub/ecto. 


su* servet. 


§t' significatur. 




suu serviim. 


§*^ scriptum^ significatum. 


sub- 


su^ sercus. 


jectum. 




sus servus. 



T. 



T. centum sexaginfa, talis, taliter, 
tempus, tenenty tenet, tene- 
tur, ter, terra, tertius, tes- 
tamentum, testata, teste, 
testibus, theologice, tibi, 
titulum, tunc. 

t* ^o/jo, tertia. 

ta*^ tabula. 



tabar tabardum. 
t*bs ^rois. 
t*ctare tractare. 
t*cta" tractatu. 
t*ct^ tracttis. 
t"c*^ tractatus. 
t^dcco traductio. 
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t*dco traditio. 

t*de' tradetur. 

t*di tradi. 

fdico traditio. 

t*d° traditio. 

t*ddo tradendoj traducendo. 

t*dr traditur. 

t*dt traderet, tradit. 

t*d^e tradere. 

t^huf^ trahuntur. 

t*ye trahere. 

tain tainus. 

ta^* tabula. 

talet takntum. 

tap te/js. 

tata talenta. 

tatnt°* talentum. 

tatr taliter. 

tats ^fl/is. 

ta°^ tantum. 

tarn tamen, tantum. 

t*ii°® transmutations. 

t*nq4itas tranquillitas. 

t*nquillis tranquillis. 

t*ns ^mw5. 

t^nsaeco transactio. 

t^nsoe'' transcenditur. 

t^nsc^b^'" transcrihitur. 

t^nscbi trnnscribi. 

t^nsgrora transgressionem. 

t^nsgrone transgressions. 

t^nsi" transitio. 



t^nsire transire. 

t^'nsit^ transitus. 

t^nsi'^® transitive. 

t*nsla* translata. 

t*nsto translatio. 

t*ii8m° traiismutatio. 

t^nsm"" transmutatur. ' 

t*ns° transmutatio. 

t^nspens transparens. 

t^ns*® transeunfs. 

t*n8*' transmutafum. 

t^nsupt^ transumptus. 

t*ns transgrsssio. 

t^nsba" transsubstantiatio. 

t*iis^'* trammutabilia . 

t*n*^ transitus. 

tantd tantundsm. 

tantm" tantummodo. 

ta*" taliter, tangitur, tardatur. 

t*8to translatio. 

ta ^aw. 

taq tanquam. 

ta* tnngit. 

tatu tantum. 

ta* tardescit.. 

f' triplid. 

tc ^Mnc. 

te. ^e«?^. 

t^ tempore. 

te* tenura. 

te*^" tenendo. 

te^ tempore. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



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teioalis testimonialis. 


testo testatnento, testimonio. 


temp^ tempus. 


tes*' testamenti. 


tempe tempore. 


tetr°* tetricum. 


t^^mdi tremendi. 


t^uga treuga. 


teme temere. 


t^ tempus. 


temitas temeritas. 


te^d'^is tenandriis. 


ten* tenura. 


teens tenens. 


ten^me tentamen. 


teet ^e««^. 


tenn tennus {tainus). 


tepm templum. 


ten^e tenor em. 


tep" temptatio. 


ten' tenentur, tenetur. 


tepta" temptatio. 


ten tetiens, tenuit. 


tepto temptatio. 


tens tenens. 


tep^ tempus. 


tent tenant. 


tepan* temperantia. 


tenf^ tenentur. 


tepe tempore. 


teotn teoloneo. 


tep tempore. 


te"" tenentur^ tenetur. 


tet' tenetur. 


t*8 ^re«. 


tea' teneatur. 


tesfhto testamento. 


tebat' tenebantur. 


testametii testamentum. 


teb°sit tenebrositatem. 


testate testante. 


tel)°s^ tenebrosus. 


testaf testantur. 


tebs tenebras. 


testarius testamentarius. 


tern' tenemur. 


testib3 testibtis. 


teor teneor. 


testi™ testimonium. 


tere tenere. 


testio testimonio. 


th*m thaxam {taxam). 


testiu testium. 


theo® theologice. 


testloim testimonium. 


theot theologice. 


testio™ testimonium. 


thorns Thomas, tomus. 


testi testamenti. 


tho* theologice. 


testii testimonii. 


thos Thomas. 


testm teatamentum^ testimonium. 


th thesauro. 



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tlia tethinga, thaxa^ thema. 
tfiata themata. 
thau^ri^ thesaurarius. 
thaurari^ thesaurarius. 
tliaur thesaurum. 
tfiaui thesauri. 
tIKo*? theologicarum. 
thot theologicum. 
thri thesauri. 
thrio thesaurario. 
tfirm thesaurum. 
thro thesauro. 
t' <«6i. 

t'as trinitas. 
t^bun® tribunate. 
t^bj trihus. 
t^b^ trihus. 
t^Mo trihulatio. 
^ica friplica. 
t^**® triplicem. 
t*"' triplici. 
t'e trinitate. 
t'e trinitateni. 
t^is trinitatis. 
ti'° ^«Ym/o. 
ti^^ titulus. 
timtes timentes. 
t'ni ^n"wi. 
(jij^te frinitate. 



t^ni*f trinitatis. 
t'nod trinoda. 
t'n^tiu trinoctium. 
t^n^ trinus. 
ti° ^«7w/o. 
^ipci friplici, 

t^pf tripliciter. 

t'p^ triplex. 

fp*" triplicatur. 

t^pt tripliciter. 

t*8 trinitas. 

t^sti* tristitia. 

testis* tristissima. 

t^stissi tristissimi. 

t'st^ fristis. 

t^te trinitate. 

titto titulo. 

t^tf trinitatis. 

titl*i titulari. 

titlatu titulatum. 

titlo ^?Ywfo. 

tittm titulum. 

titts titulus. 

t'u trium. 

t^uphatf triumphantis. 

t^Qphu triumphum. 

ti* triplex. 

t*'' tripliciter. 

tn tamen, tenementa, tenentium. 

to* ^^«. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



161 



to*li? totaliter. 


t'bau* turbavit. 


tocies totiens. 


t'ba turbam. 


tociP totiens, totius. 


fbe trabem. 


to'^ totius. 


t'b3 tribu^. 


tolif toUitur. 


t r. e. tempore regis Edwardi. 


tolta^* tolerabile. 


tremedu trem^ndum. 


toltan* tokrantia. 


treedu tremendum. 


toltr tollitur. 


tript triplicifer, triplum. 


totam^ toleramus. 


triptita tripartita. 


tota* toleramus. 


trip tripliciter. 


totr totaliter. 


tri"" triplicatur, tripliciter. 


if tertio. 


tristi* tristitia. 


to™ tomttm, totam, totum. 


^tum triplicatum. 


t^m" tertio inodo. 


f^n tumum. 


to"* totiens. 


f^pe turpem. 


tons tonsionem, tonsionis. 


fpi*" turpitude. 


to" to^o. 


t'pis turpis. 


to' totaliter. 


f^pissia turpissima. 


torn*" torneamentum. 


fpit turpiter. 


tor*" torneamentum. 


i^xe turrem. 


totatr totaliter. 


t'rib} turribus. 


tot*^ totaliter. 
tomtf tormentis. 
tpe tempore. 
tpr tempore. 
tr* transgressiane. 
trab trabes. 
tranqlt tranquillus. 
transit^ transitus. 


t'ris turris. 
tuco tuitio. 
turon Turonen»ium. 
turfbtm thuribulum. 
tur Turonensium. 
tut°u tutorum. 
tuto? tutorum. 



transiu* transivit. 
tra tractum. 
t'ba' turbatur. 



tutf ^M^is. 
tulla tutela. 
t3 <«««<. 



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t 160000, etianiy tallia, tarn, 
tamen, tempore, tenemen- 
tum, tenet, terrce, titulum, 
totum. 
ta tria. 
tbla tabula. 
tc tunc. 
tcq, tuncque. 
tctare tractare. 
tcta" tractatu. 
tct^ tactus, tractus. 
tc*^ tractatus. 
t*' triplicis. 
tde tarde. 
t^ tempore, tertice. 
xh.^ trahere. 
tiir trahitur. 

th^e trahere. 
tid^ timidus. 
liB termini's. 

t}^ temporis. 

tie fe/^". 

ties ^ff/es. 

tie talem. 

tlia to/m. 

tlit taliter. 

tliu talium. 

tlo triplo. 

tt ^afe. 

ttm ^«Zew. 

Br taliter. 

tm tamen, tantam, tantum. 



tmd tantundem. 
tmm° tantummodo. 
tmmo tantummodo. 
tm" tantummodo. 
tm°o tantummodo. 
tmp^ tempus. 
tmpe tempore. 
tn tamen. 
tndu tenendum. 
tn"" tantum. 
tnta ^a«^a. 
tnto ^a«^o. 
tfib's tenebris. 
tnb°sa tenebrosa. 
tnr tenentur. 
tpla templa. 
tplaii templarii. 
tplu templum: 

tpt4 temptari. 

tpt^° temptatio. 

tpus tempus. 

tp^ tempus. 

?pa tempora. 

tp* temperata. 

tpa^3 temporalibus. 

tpamtu temper amentum. 

tpafnt temper amentum. 

tpan* temperantia. 

tpan^ temperantice. 

tpa'" temporaliter. 

tpare temperare. 

tpatu temperatum. 



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tpauitf temperaveritis. 


rebntia terelinthina. 


tpat temperaid. 


tgo ^er^o. 


tpe tempore. 


?^ ^^^w. 


tpi tempori. 


?i™ tertium. 


tpib3 temporibus. 


tini termini. 


^ies temperies. 


tin™ terminum. 


tpis temporis. 


tino termino. 


^'* temporale. 


?mos terminos. 


tpm tempotmm. 


?inu terminum. 


tpu temporum. 


tin^ terminus. 


tpm'^ temptamur. 


?in terminum. 


tpra tempora. 


fta^' terminabilis. 


tpre tempore. 


ziaP termiuatio. 


tpri tempori. 


zia^ terminatur. 


tprib} temponbm. 


tiari terminari. 


tprlis temporalis. 


tnato terminate. 


tps tempus. 


riatu terminatum. 


tq* tanquam. 


oe' terminetur. 


t^ tempus. 


fti ^^rmmt. 


ttam" testamento. 


no termino. 


ttm*' tantummodo. 


tio™ terminationem. 


XX tituli. 


tios terminos. 


tti ^tYM/t. 


ns terminis. 


ttm testamentumy titulum. 


ftus terminus. 


t* triplex. 


?m tertium. 


tjf tenent. 


?™ terminum. 


X. tery termitio, terra^ tertiam. 


tmi* terminus. 


toetf trecentis. 


tmio termino. 


?cia ^er/w. 


cm terminum. 


tcia tertiam. 


tmi termini. 


tciu tertium. 


rna terrena. 


tci^ tertim. 


tnu terrenum. 



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?" tertio. 
to? terminorum. 
tra ten'a. 
?ra| terrarum. 
tra terrain. 
?re terrcB. 
rre® terrenus. 
tribtr terrihiliter. 
tri" terribili. 
tris terris. 



tror terror. 
troe terrors. 
tr terrce, terris. 
ts terminus. 

ttia tertia, 
rtio ^er^io. 
ttiu tertium. 
?ti^ tertius. 
let. 



u. 



V. 


quinque, quintus. 


u*iatl variatim. 


u. 


vale, valent, valet, ubi, ubi- 


uai* variat. 




cunque, vera, verbum, ver- 


uald valde. 




sus, verum, vestra, victus, 


ual* valebat, valet. 




videlicet, videtur, vidua, vir. 


ual3 valet. 




virgo, vivas, vivens, vixit. 


uariat variant. 




una, unum, vobis, voliiit, 


uari*' variatwn. 




votum, vovit, ut, uti, utri- 


uarP^ variatione. 




que, utrum. 


uarom variationem. 


ua 


vacante. 


ua* «Ja/e^. 


u* 


una. 


uaiat variat. 



* In this list « is printed throughout for u and v, except for the 
numeral, as most early MSS. use only the one letter. In some 
MSS., however, the letter v is always used for an initial, even when 
it is a vowel ; as vnus for unus, vmhra for umbra, vua for uva. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



155 



ubi9C|j ubicunque. 
ubit ubilibet. 
ubiq ubique. 
ub. vobis. 
ubiore uherwrem. 
ue. vetiit. 
ue*s vesperas. 

uegele vegetabile. 

uehuf^ cehuntur. 

uefinr vehementer. 

uet !?«//«. 

uetd «?e/M^. 

uena^3 venutionibus. 

uen*b3 venerabilibus. 

aend venditum, 

uen"* venerabilis. 

uen venaliSy venerabilis, veneris, 

venerunt, venit. 
ueSis veneris. 
uem^' venerabilis. 
uemnt venerunt. 
uer?n verumtamen. 
uescet' vesceretur. 
uesp vesper. 
uesptu respertinum. 
uesti™ vestimentum. 
uet^ «>e<a«. 
ueta Vetera. 
uetib3 veteribus. 
ued* vendidit, veiidit. 
uedit vendidit. 



ued'e vendere. 
ueiebt veniebat. 
uei'^ veniale. 
ueit r^^V. 
uei*' venialiter. 
ue" veniali. 
ue* i?67tt(^. 
uet's ventris. 
uefm venturum. 
uetu ventum. 
uet^ ventus. 
ucH ventri. 
uet venter. 
ueisile verisimile. 
ueitu vefitum. 
uei*f veritatis. 
ueo veneno, vero. 
ug rer^o. 
uge virgine. 
ugi virgini. 
u* m6«. 
ui* vigilia. 

uicar vicaria, vicarius. 
uice*3 vicecomitibus. 
uicecom vicecomes. 
uicecoitat vieecomitatus. 
uici™ vicinum. 
uicis vicinis. 
u'cq ubicunque. 
uic"^ vicarice. 
uic"^ vicarius. 



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uict vicecomitatum. 


vij^ septima. 


u'cuq, ubicunque. 


yijem ^(jptgffi. 


uic vicarius, vicecomes, vicesima, 


vij° septimo. 


vicinarum. 


uill. «7i7/a, villanus. 


u»c ubicunque. 


uillan villanus. 


uicis vicinis. 


uilla villam. 


uic la vincula.. 


uilt n7/a, villani, villis. 


u^cqj ubicunque. 


uilti villani. 


uic* videlicet. 


uiltus villanus. 


vie" vicecomiti. 


uilt^ villanus. 


uict vicecomitatum. 


ui™ vinum.. 


u'9C|, ubicunque. 


uincta vincula. 


uide"^ videtur. 


uincla vincula. 


uid3 videlicet. 


uifi w?e<jp. 


uid videndum, vidua. 


vj° sea;^. 


uiddi videndi. 


ui°ne visione. 


uidd™ videndum. 


ui°'™ visionem. 


uidem^ videremur. 


ui"^ videtur. 


uiditf videritis. 


uirg* virgata. 


uidr videatur, videtur, videntur. 


uirgat virgata. 


uid3 videndum. 


uirg virgata, virginis, virgo. 


uig* vigilia. 


uisCa viscera. 


u'gine virginem. 


uis'"^ visuris. 


uigi*' viginti. 


uis^ mws. 


u'gis Virginia. 


ui§** fusto. 


uigiti viginti. 


ui* videlicet. 


uigt vigilia. 


ui*® virtu te. 


u^go ^7^>^o. 


uit^e vitrece. 


u^g® virginis. 


uit'c vitricus. 


uig vigent, viginti. 


u*t*' virfutem. 


u*g virgata, virgo. 


u'tu*"^ virtuosior: 


uigi viginti. 


u*tu^* virtuosa. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



157 



u'tute virtute. 
u't^ virtus. 
ui*^ firtuH. 
uit ritalis, vitulum. 
uitlo^ ritu Jorum. 
uitoj vitiorum. 
uiu*iu vivarium. 
uiunt tivunt. 
mue virere. 
u^' uhicunque. 
ui3 videlicet. 
uia f?/w7. 
mb3 virihus. 
uicla rincula. 
uldce vindictw. 
uio? vinorum. 
uiii vinum. 

uTfe virihus. 
uide viride. 
mtr ririliter. 
mo r/ro. 
U105 virorum. 
uire vifare. 
uis verbis. 

ul* ultima, 
v}^ universale. 
u^* universalis. 
ullo" ullomodo. 
ul° ultimo. 
ulrem ulteriorem. 



ult* ultra. 

ulti™ ultimum. 

ultio ultimo. 

ult** ultimo, vitro. 

ult ultima. 

ulti ultimi. 

ulto ultimo, ultio. 

ulto™ ultionem. 

ult p ultima presentatio. 

Tilti^ ulterius. 

utt valete. 

u™tn verumtamen. 

unani unanimi. 

iina<^* imnquaque. 

unait unanimiter. 

unc unda. 

iindic^ undique. 

imd f/nrf;?. 

undqq., undequaque. 

ungm unguentmn. 

xnn°e unione. 

^nis f;irginis. 

uniu^f universitatis. 

Tiniusis miniver sis. 

.ST , 

uniusis umversis. 
uni5e unitione. 
tmo** Mwo wo(/o. 
un wwf/e, unum. 
unis ujiirerftis. 
unus^ universis. 
unus Mw»t; 
uo. «>6i«. 



-Vi- 
nous umversis. 



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u° vero. 

u^anf vocantur. 
uo^nf vocantur. 
uo*® voluntas. 
uoca* vocatcB. 
uoc*®'" vocaliter. 
uoctf rocatis. 
uola^3 volatilihus. 
uolen volentes. 
uole® volentes. 
uoli"^ volitione. 
uo"* vocalis. 
uoP volumus. 
uot voluntatem. 
uotis voluntatis. 
uott volunt. 
uotte voluntatem. 
uo''® volens. 
uonr wmw^Mr. 
u*"* Mwo mocfo. 
u°q°c^ unoquoque. 
uo^ vacatur, 
vjf^^ voluntarie. 
uo^ rocamus. 
uo*** voluntas. 
^Qtus Yocatus. 
uo*' voluntatum. 
uotf w^/«. 
u°tin vocativum. 
uo^" volendo. 
uole vocalem. 
uovD^ vocamtis. 



uonf vocantur. 
u6 vocatur. 
uos voluntas. 
ur)t wcrt^. 
uo*'' voluntate. 
uotojs vocatorum. 
uot'' vocatur. 
uot^ vocatus. 
uotf vocatk. 
uo*f voluntatis. 
vQue quinque, 
urm vestrum. 
usq^° usquequo. 
usc|^q^3 usquequaque. 
us'a usuram. 
U83 usque. 
us usque, usum. 
ut*q utraque. 
ute° utendo. 
ut* M^n*. 
v*^ quinti. 
utitr utiliter. 
ui\ utrique. 
uf^qj utriusque. 
utlagau utlagavit. 
vAX utlagatus. 
ut°* utrum. 
ut^q, utrumque. 
ut° M^ro. 
v*" quinto. 
ut°biq utrohique. 
ut°b3 utrohique. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



159 



uf^ utlagetur^ ut probatur. 


uoq**(^ unoquoque. 


uts. ut supra. 


uoquoc^ unoquoque. 


ut* ut dicit. 


uq unquam. 


v*'** quintus. 


ufi unum. 


nt ut patet. 


u^ tmw«. 


uPcj^ ufriusque. 


u w6i, w/, tw6i. 


u? M^«-. 


u* rera. 


utq, uterque. 


ub e:'o6/s. 


uut cm//. 


ucq^ ubicunque. 


ux «a»r. 


ugi® virgine. 


uxe uxor em. 


ugi** rirginis. 


uxf uxoris. 


Qgjtas ^irginitas. 


U3 , V3 r^cA ( Welsh for daughter) . 


ugim virginum. 


u^ versus. 


ugns rirginis. 


V quinque milia. 


ugo aV^ro. 


uaq*q, unaquaque. 


ug rirginis. 


ua Mwaw. 


ugi virgini. 


ub* umbrce. 


ug^' rirginalis. 


ubra umbra. 


ug*e vergere. 


uco unctio. 


ui t«W. 


ui" unitas. 


uis CtSM. 


uiter universaliter. 


ul t»/. 


ui*^ uniiatem. 


ul'' re/ «/c. 


uiusat universalis. 


ule universale. 


uiusatr universaliter. 


ul^ valete. 


uiiisis unirersis. 


ules universales. 


ui*^ unius. 


ulia universalia. 


ui^cq^ uniuseujuscunque. 


ulib* ubilibet. 


fiicq uniuseujuscunque. 


uli™ M w irersalium . 


ul re/. 


uliors unirersaliores. 


Gilo** «m//o mo</o. 


uli*^ universaliter. 


So'* ttno wocfo. 


iilis universalis. 



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ult vellet. 
ult vult. 
ut valet. 
ute valete. 
uti reluti. 
um verum. 
um® mdenim. 
un''3 venerahilihus, 
vP^ virginem. 
unf" videntur. 
untu ventum. 
unr videntur. 
uo rer6o. 

uq^ unaquaque. 

uqq, unaquaque. 

ur vester, vestitur, videtur, vir, 

vomer. 
ura vesfra. 
ure vedrre, videre. 
uris vestris. 
urm vestrum. 
uro? vestrorum. 
u^ virtuosus. 
us^ versus. 

u§ versiones, vesperas. 
u* videlicet. 
u*® virtute. 
u'«^ virtufes. 
utu* virtu tes. 
utuf" virtutum. 
utu*' virttialiter. 



utu ventum. 
u*f virtatis. 
vAP virtue. 
u tw, versus. 
ua r(?ra. 

uace veracem. 
uacir veraciter. 
ua veram. 
uba wr6«. 
ubi* «;er6e gratia. 
ubo ^?er6o. 
ubu verhum. 
u''3 versihus. 
u^ verbis, verhum. 
uba verbera. 
v^aF verberatur. 
ubat verberat. 
ube'" verberetur. 
ubib3 verberibu^s. 
lie cere. 

uecud vereeundus. 
liget verget. 
uges vergens. 
uge vergere. 
ui t'm. 
u' wrie. 

xV^T^ verberibus, veritatibus. 
yjca'r ^erificatur. 
xn&F rerificatur. 
uis «?er7^. 



Latin AhhreviaUons. 



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u" verbis. 


uoj; verorum. 




ui^ Veritas. 
uisite verisimile. 
msilit rerisiinititer. 
uitas Veritas. 


u**$ verborum. 
lis r^r?^9. 

usi f fT*?. 

•n - 

usu versum. 




ui*® veritate. 


us verms. 




ui** teritati. 


us^ versus. 




ui*^ veritatis. 
w? verius. 
lim verum. 


utaf vertantur. 
utor vertor. 
ute vertere. 




u™ verbum. 


uuex vervex. 




umec verumetiam. 


uu rerum. 




ume vennem. 


uuptn verumptamen 


{verum- 


um^ vermis. 
uo rero. 


tamen) . 
uuf^ verumtamen. 




u" tJerfto. 


u u vereaictum versus. 





w. 



w^atizabm^ warantizabimus. 


war warantia, warantizabunt^ 


w*ato tcaranto. 


warantum. 


w*de wardcB. 


waro waranto. 


walagiu icainagium. 


with) nam trithemamium. 


wapentac icapentacium. 


wlgarit vulgariter. 


wapent^ icapentagium. 


wlg^ vulgus. 


wapentaR wapentakium. 


wln^ vulnus. 


wap icapentagium. 


wlSa vulnera. 


warant tmranmm. 


wipes vulpes. 



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wit vutt. 
wlf vultur. 
w^ccu wreccum. 



wreco wrecco. 
w"^nam withernamium. 



X. 



X. Christus, decern, denarii. 


X™* decima. 


X* decima. 


x° Christo. 


xannaliB decennalihus. 


xpc Christus. 


xc Christus. 


xpe Christe. 


x"® decern. 


xpi Christi. 


x' Christi. 


xpiano? Christianorum. 


xi^ undecinia. 


xpian^ Christianus. 


x'an^ Christianus. 


xpm Christum. 


x*i Christi. 


xpo Christo. 


xii" duodedma. 


xpofor^ Chrntoforus. 


xii**' duodecim. 


xps Christus. 


xiP duodecimus. 


xri Christi. 


x'n^ Christianus. 


X*' Christi. 


xP undecimus. 


xv™° quindecimo. 


xl* quadragesima, quadraginta. 


X® decimus. 


xl® quadragesimcB. 


X (/ecem wi7«a. 


x"^ decimalis. 


X decern, decimus. 


xl''® quadra gesimalis. 


xana Christiana. 


xl"^* quadragesima. 


xan^ Christianus. 


xlmat quadra gesimalis. 


xa? decimarum. 


xl°^^ quadragesimce. 


X® decimce. 


xtsima quadragesima. 


xi Christi. 


x"^ decern. 


xm Christum. 



Latin Abbreviations. 



163 



Y. 



Y 150. 


ypo*'^ ypothetice. 


ydo» ydonea. 


yun^ yvernagium {hibema- 


yd**** ydentitas. 


gium). 


ye*le yemale {hiemale). 


y^ ymntts. 


yeat y emails (hietnalis). 


f 150000. 


yee yeme {Meme). 


yag ymaginibus. 


yes yew* (hiems). 


yno y»i«o (hymno). 


ymag ymaginibm. 


ynu ymnum {hymnum). 


yjj^ne yynagine. 


yn^ ymnus {hymnus). 


ym° ymago. 


yi^iftre ymnizare. 


j° ymago, ymmo (itnmo). 


yizat ymnizant. 


yp'^^^ypotheca. 





7i2000. 
zo"' zodia/ii. 



z. 



zoa zona. 



3 C<, JM^*, t«. 



-f- e«^. 



m2 



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FRENCH ABBREVIATIONS.* 



A. 

about ahoutant. 


app* appartenans. 
appt appert. 
appten appartenant. 


acae a cause. 


appu approuver. 


acq*" acquereur. 
aSs acres. 
ad** advocat. 
ad*** advocat. 


apteri appartenant. 
a^s «jores. 
arp arpent, arpens. 
arrest arrester. 


g^(jjQner adjoumcr. 


arr* arrerages. 


affes affaires. 


ascefi ascension. 


agable agrSable. 


assig"'' assignation. 


aiaih d jamais. 


assi"" assigner. 


amde amende. 


ass"^ assavoir. 


angt Angleterre. 


asse assise. 


aon action. 


asson assignation. 


ape**^^ appellans. 


assr assavoir, assigner. 


app"'^ appellation. 


attem^mt attemprement. 


appra appartiendra. 


aud awc/<Y. 


appre apparoistre. 


auecqs avecques. 



* In Frencli writing of the IStli and 16th centuries, in a cursive 
hand, the abbreviations are often very carelessly made — as a for a, 
p for p, so that type does not exactly represent the forms used. 
If a word is not found in this list with the exact abbreviation 
occurring in a MS., it may be found with some similar form. 



French Abbreviations. 



165 



auente aventure. 
aul* aultres. 
aur auroit. 
aut autre. 
autmt autrement. 
au^t autrepart. 
autrs autres, 
au avoit. 
aue autre. 
aues autres. 
aur aro/r. 
aut aFOjY. 
av acoiY. 
avr avoir. 
av* afo?Y. 
aon action. 



bailt 6at7/i, hailliage. 
bait bailli, bailliage. 
bapt baptiste. 
bn 6iien. 
bns 5j>«.s. 
bois§ boisseau. 
bourd Bourdeaux. 
bom^ bourgeois. 
bout boutant. 
bo ion. 
boe bonne. 
boiois bourj'ots. 



bt fto?/^. 

b Wen, boisseaux. 

bn Ji>»j. 

bnfiee b^nifice. 

bns i«V««. 

bt 6oM^. 

c. 

caue cat^e. 

cauon caution. 

caut causant. 

cae cat««. 

ced cerfiY. 

oel* celeste. 

cestasS ces^ assavoir, 

chandet chandelettr. 

ohap^® chapitre. 

chape chapitre. 

chapre chapitre. 

chal cheval. 

chain chateau. 

ohaux chateaux^ chevaux. 

cheu chevalier. 

chtr chevalier. 

chs choses. 

cb cA«r, chevalier. 

cbal cheval. 

ebaux chateaux^ chevaux. 

ebcfi chercher. 

cbl cheml. 



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cftler chevalier. 


cois commis. 


cttr chevalier. 


comad3 commandements. 


cfin chacun. 


come comme. 


chr chevalier. 


comtt commettons. 


otire chartre. 


copte compte. 


etirs chevaliers. 


oopoir comparoir. 


chs choses. 


copte comporte. 


chun chacun. 


cot® contre. 


ctiu chacun. 


coten contenant. 


c*9iiencon circonvention. 


0^ cceur. 


c^ee crt'e'e. 


ctain certain. 


cinq® cinquante. 


8a® creature. 


cinq*® cinquante. 


8ace creance. 


etc c/ierc. 


8tain certain. 


cog''® cognoistre. 


9lSn comhien. 


colaon collation. 


9d condamnons. 


colt collation. 


9don condamnation. 


coltg^® collegiate. 


96 comme. 


compoir comparoir. 


(f contre. 


cond condamne. 


9mand commandons. 



con®' conseiller. 

con®"^® conseillers. 

con®"'" controlleur. 

cont contre. 

conuen convenance. 

cop cq/?«e. 

corpelfht corporelment. 

CO""* coMr^. 

cou cowr^. 

COB comme. 

cofess con/esser, con/esseur 

cof^mer confirmer. 



9me comme. 
9medt commendement. 
9misses commissaires. 
9mdemt comniandement. 
9me comme. 
9mt comment. 
9petet competent. 
9pte compte. 
9poir comparoir. 
9piiz comparuz. 
98eil conseil. 
csen consentement. 



French Abbreviations. 



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9*^ communaute. 


deu devant. 


9ten contenant. 


deus devers. 


ctes contens. 


deus devers. 


c,t contre. 


dees demanderesse. 




dtiiaon d^ habitation. 


D. 


dignor d'ignorance. 


dilig diligemment, diligence. 


dar d'arrerages. 


dillig diligemment, diligence. 


daut d' autre. 


distf distrent {dirent). 


dautpt d* autre part. 


dom^* domicile. 


db. c?'«w Jow^, 


donS donner. 


dc a'ttw cos^e. 


d* devant. 


dee dicte {dite). 


dud 6?ifc?jY. 


decton declaration. 


dunept rf't^we joa^-^. 


decnons decernom. 


dub 6?'mw ia«/^. 


deff^ deffendeur. 


duant durant. 


defP defiant, deffunct. 


dyoc dyoche. 


deff defiant, deffunct. 


d f/an«, fife, denier, dit. 


dem demourant. 


db rf'ttn 6oM^. 


demd'" demandeur. 


dc (fwrt cos^e. 


den deniers. 


dees demanderesse. 


dens deniers. 


dpt d^une part. 


deppon depposition. 


dquel duqtiel. 


deps depens. 


dt devant, dit. 


derecti derechef. 


dte r/«Ye. 


der derrain. 




desmt destnaintenant. 




dess^ dessus. 


E. 


des§ dessus. 


dessd desstisdit. 


egte eglise. 


desd dessmdit. 


encbemt encherement. 


deuem denetnent. 


encbi enchen. 



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en§ ensuit, ensuivant. 

entier entiriner. 

enu envers. 

eniis envers. 

epal episcopal. 

escfier eschiquier. 

escr escrit. 

escr escuier. 

esd esdit^ esdites. 

espal especial. 

espal especial. 

espaulx espiciaulx. 

estie Estienne. 

est establi, estoit. 

euagt evangile. 

ex^ord extraordinaire. 

execuon execution. 

exept excepter. 

exe execution. 

exeon execution. 

expt exploit. 

expos exposant. 

expssem expressement. 

esF^ executoire, extraordinaire. 

ex*'^ executoire. 

axon execution. 

e9l)res encombres. 

etigner enterigner. 

e es^. 



F. 

faisg/amows. 

fce/aiV^^e. 

feb"^ Febm'ier. 

ie^/aire. 

feme femme. 

f e femme. 

ioisfoison. 

ioT^t format. 

f ortece forterece (forteresse) , 

f ourf aife forfaiture. 

horn, froment. 

fre frere. 

fur furent. 

i^^ femme. 

fre f aire. 

ft fait. 

fie faite. 

i'meferme. 

f mier fermier. 



G. 

g*ce grace. 
g*nd grand. 
g^ns (/raws {grands). 
g*nt grant. 
g^'aut guaraunt. 
garr garrant. 
genal general. 



French Abbreviations. 



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gnalite generalite. 


hitans habitans. 


gnat generalement. 


fiitaon habitation. 


gnaulx gSneraulx. 


Mt* habitans. 


gor gorce. 


firs A^«, Aotr«. 


gouuint gouvemement. 


fis A^TS, ^o/rs. 


gre grace. 


fi* heritiers. 


gu*ant guarant. 




gin'lte Giiillaume. 
guor gorce. 


I. 


gSal general. 


iad yarffs. 


g'e guerre. 


ieli Jehan. 




imp impetrant. 


H. 


inpole impossible. 




inp^^ impossible. 


hefegemt hebergement. 


m?es inter es {interet). 


hebg heberger. 


intest interest [interet). 


herit heritage^ Mritier. 


io^ jour. 


herir heritier. 


iouxjouxte. 


h**" hMtiers. 


io y^Mr. 


hon^^® honorable. 


i'^yoMr. 


hon honneste. 


mgyw^^w^Aj^. 


ho Aort {homme). 


iur* jurereni. 


hoe homme. 


im jurerent. 


home homme. 


iurdcon jurisdiction. 


hos ^aws [hommes). 


iusqajusgues. 


huict® huictiesme. 


iug Juing. 


tibgemt herbergement. 
libg herberger. 


Ipe impossible. 
I'jour. 


fibiage herberiage. 




Me Aflftjfe. 


K. 


tiirs Ao/rs. 
teitage heritage. 


ka?me Katerine. 
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L. 

laqle laquelle. 

lass ^assise. 

lib libvres. 

IBz libvres. 

led ledict. 

legte Viglke. 

le'' /^«r. 

le'^s leura. 

leu'' Zet'er. 

leu /et'^r. 

lexcon V execution. 

le-'s /(pwrs. 

Keen licencie. 

lie licencie. 

lieuten lieutenant. 

lordon V ordonnance. 

Iql lequel. 

Ire lettre. 

Ires lettres. 

If d lesditz. 

\ Uvres. 

litage Vheritage. 

tre lettre. 

tres lettres. 



M. 

M. Monsieur. 
Magd Magdeleine. 



mandem mandement. 

mand mandons. 

manile maniere. 

manle manere, maniere. 

mar*^ mareschal. 

Marg Marguerite. 

ma*® majeste. 

m® maistre. 

me® wer^. 

mesm mesmement. 

mess"" messeigneur. 

mess messeigneur, messire. 

mest"" mestier. 

mest mestier. 

me§ messire. 

meub meuble. 

Mich Michel. 

misicors misericors. 

mtt moult. 

moit moitie. 

mond mondit. 

mons'' monsieur. 

monst monstrer. 

mons monsieur. 

mon monnoie. 

mous? moustier {monastere). 

most monstier {monastere). 

mos monsieur. 

Td^ maistre. 

me /were. 

nis moins. 

mci merci. 



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171 



mcredi mercredi. 
moy merci. 
me tnkre. 

N. 

n'"^ nombre^ Novembre. 
neantm neantmoins. 
no^'® nombre, Novembre. 
nob noble. 
nobre Noveinbre. 
nor notre. 

no§ Notre Seigneur. 
not notaire. 
notd no^re rftc^. 

noe nomme. 
noer nommer. 
noes nommes. 
noobst nonobstant. 
noe wo^re. 
nre no^re. 

nredae Notre Dame 
nredt /lo^re G?iY. 
nres' Notre Seigneur. 
nf es iVb^re StVe. 
n we. 
nl nul. 



o. 



oet octave. 
op*"^ opposition. 



oppo**° opposition. 
QP(jce ordonnance, 
ord**® ordonne. 
ord'^® ordinaire. 
orf orront. 
ost' os^er {dter). 
ott^er ottrier. 
oul® oultre. 
outemt overtemenf. 



P. 

paiert pater ont. 
parctin joar chacun. 
parlemt parlement. 
parr® parroisse. 
par Paris, Parisis. 
pafnaige patronaige. 
phie presbtre {pretre). 
pesctiie pescherie. 
pfie Philippe. 
p'ere priere. 
p^nce prince. 
p'ncipale principale. 
p'ns prins. 
pk)ns prions. 
p'os prions, 
^^pris. 
p*se j»me. 

p'siee/^rnvVe {prisee). 
p^ue prive. 



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p^uileg privileges. 

plete plente. 

plus plusieurs. 

plusrs plusieurs. 

pnce presence. 

pfis presens. 

pnt present. 

pfitaon presentation. 

pnternt pr^sentement. 

po' pour. 

po'"f orcemt pourforcement. 

por? porteur. 

poss possession. 

posson possession. 

pourp's joowrjom. 

poon possession. 

poJ joowr. 

pcyf orcemt pourforcement. 

p^ jooMr. 

presefi presentement. 

profnaon proclamation. 

prouchen prouchenement. 

p^'pris pourpris. 

p'ueu pourveu. 

preal presidial. 

pronaige patronaige. 

puiss puissant. 

T^ par. 

pcti perches. 

pctiun par chacun. 

pcyd' parcydevant. 

pdeus pardevers. 



pdonn pardonnent. 

pd* pardevant. 

•gi pardevant. 

pe /?er^. 

plemt parlement. 

pt parlement. 

pmiss permission. 

prnpf® peremptoire. 

poisse paroisse. 

pptuelmt perpetuellement. 

pqs perques. 

pre pierre. 

proiss parroisses. 

prr parroisse. 

pr parroisse. 

T^spars (parts). 

psoe personne. 

pt joar^. 

ptf parties. 

pmier premierement. 

pnce presence. 

pns presens. 

^nt present. 

pntaon presentation. 

pntemt presentement. 

ppal principal. 

psent presentes. 

pst prestre. 

pdecess predecesseurs. 

plat prSlat. 

pmier premier. 

pmier premierement. 



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pnce presence. 




^ndre prendre. 


a. 


pneur preneur. 


q*n^ qtuinque. 


pns presens. 


q*iit quant. 


psent presentation. 


q^resme quaresme. 


pst prestre. 


q*rt quart. 


pTides preudes. 


q*rtier quartier. 


puost prevost. 


q"rt quartier. 


puot prevot. 


qHre quatre. 


peed proceder. 


q'cte quicte. 


pees proces. 


q'elx quielx (quels). 


pchain prochainement. 


qiex ^?/iftr (quels). 


pcfi prochain. 


q*l ^tf'tV. 


■QGViT2iOTX procuration . 


q*tie quitie. 


pcuf procureur. 


q*ttf quittes. 


pcuf 8 procureurs. 


queleoqj quelconque. 


pdes prodes. 


q*t g-ttan^. 


^ueproere {pretwe). 


q ^Mtf. 


pfit profit. 


qelle qu^eUe. 


pmetos prometons. 


ql ^e/«/. 


pfiittos protnettom. 


qlcoc^ quelconque. 


pp*ete propriete. 


qlles quelles. 


pposee propo^ee. 


ql% quelque. 


ppos proposer. 


qlx gt^/or. 


ppre propre. 


qlz jM*t&. 


ppe propre. 




^papropres. 


R. 


jf procureur. 




pucfi proiichain. 


racti rachat. 


pue proute. 


rant rantiers. 


puis"* provision. 


recton reclamation. 




r^re registre. 



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relig religieuse, religieux, reli- 


sen§ s'ensuit. 


gion. 


sent sentence. 


relt relation. 


sente sentence. 


relton relation. 


sept Septembre. 


renoc renongant. 


septs septiers. 


repnter representer. 


sets setters. 


req*® requeste. 


se'met serment. 


reqros requerons. 


Bf sa femme. 


resue reserve, riservi. 


sit sa/w^. 


retorSoit retorneroit. 


soffiss soffissament. 


reuent reverent. 


soub^ soubsigne. 


reuen reverence. 


soubz soubzage. 


regnut recognut. 


soufff souffisant. 


roBt Robert. 


soe somme. 


ryal royal. 


spal special. 




spaulx spiciaulx. 




s"^ seigneur, sire. 


s. 


s* sa««^. 




St sow^. 


S. Saint, solz. 


subgf subgiet (sujet). 


saeh^' sachent. 


subtitmt subtilement. 


sacrmt mcrement. 


success successeur. 


sacmt mcrement. 


succf successeurs. 


satt salut. 


snffis suffisant. 


scau sgavoir. 


supp*°* suppliant. 


set sainct. 


suppt suppliant. 


scte saincte. 


83 saws. 


segd segond {second). 


s^dce susdicte. 


seign' seigneur. 


s^sistat sussistant. 


semV semblable. 


s seigneur, sieur, sire, solz. 


semest semestre. 


§* servira. 


sen*^ seneschal. 


s"* sainct. 



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gdit smdit. 


t*us travers. 


s* sire. 


ta tabellion. 


semet surement. 


tern temoins. 


siantie serjanterie. 


tend tendant. 


siaz serjanz (sergents). 


tenemt tenement. 


smt serment. 


ten^ Mentis. 


soient seroient. 


tefi3 tenements. 


§ont seront. 


tesm tesmoing. 


§■■ seigneur, sieur. 


testamt testament. 


sremt serrement. 


te§5 tesmoins. 


srial seigneurial. 


t'nite trinite. 


§"® seigneurie, sieurie. 


to*^ ^O^rt/. 


st «ot«/, «ow^. 


to'^nois Tournois. 


ste sainte. 


toi^n Tournois. 


st3 .so/z T&umois. 


toucti touchant. 


sa sera. 


tourn Tournois. 


'§* sermra. 


touss Toussaints. 


% sire. 


t' Tournois. 


"Sgf sergent. 


traus travers. 


sias serjans. 


fnois Tournois. 


sia?ie serjanterie. 


t3 Tournois. 


smt serment. 


if Tournois. 


soiet seroient. 


t Tournois. 


sot seront. 


tme ^erwe. 


suir servir. 


tre ^erre. 




?e terme. 




ftne ^erw«. 


T. 


?re ^erre. 




trouer terrouer (terroir). 


tabelt tabellion. 


tsor tresor. 


tab tabellion. 


?8or tresorier. 


t*iiscript transcnpt. 





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u. 


V. 


us M^iS. 

vgf vergees. 


valencti Valenehiennes. 


vite vSrite. 


vail'' valloir. 




vront verront. 


valt valiant. 




vue «?m«:e. 


V® veuve. 




v? verront. 


vend vendeurs. 




uite verity. 


ven venant. 




vot verront. 


vergf vergees. 




litu rer^M. 


vesps vespres. 






vede^'s vendeurs. 






vie viconte. 




X. 


vigf vignes. 




- 


VO^ «70Z^. 




xphe Christophe. 


v'? verront. 




xpien Chretien. 


vfe vostre. 




xpofle Christofle. 



GLOSSARY OF LATIN WORDS 

FOUND IN RECORDS A.ND OTHER ENGLISH MANUSCRIPTS, BUT 
NOT OCCURRING IN CLASSICAL AUTHORS. 



A. 



square 



abaciscus : — a small 
tablet. 

abactor : — a cattle lifter, who 
steals sheep or cattle iu 
herds, not singly. 

abacus: — a calculating board; 
and hence, arithmetic ; a 
sideboard ; a cupboard. 

abandonnare : — to permit or for- 
bid by proclamation. 

abandonum, abandum : — anything 
sequestered, proscribed, 
pledged, or abandoned. 

abarnare : — to prove, legally, a 
secret crime. 

abastardare : — to bastardize. 

abaso : — an infirmary. 

abatamentum : — an entry by in- 
terposition. 

abaiare : — to beat down; to de- 
feat a writ or appeal; to 
enter into property void by 
death of the possessor before 
the heir takes possession. 

abatis : — an officer who distri- 
butes com, an avener or 
hostler ; a ration of com. 

abator : — a person who by inter- 
position enters into pro- 
perty. 



abatudus : — diminished, esp. 

clipped, as money. 

abbas : — an abbot. 

abbatatus : — ^the office of abbot. 

abbatia, abbathia : — an abbey ; 
the office of abbot. 

abbatis. See abatis. 

abbatissa : — an abbess. 

abbatizare : — to be abbot. 

abbayum : — a milldam. 

abbeftamentum : — abetment. 

abbettare, abettare : — to abet ; to 
instigate. 

abbettator: — an abettor. 

abbettum : — abetment. 

abbot tare : — to abut, or bound. 

abbreniamentum : — an abridge- 
ment. 
abbreviare : — to abridge. 

abbrocamentum : — abbrochment, 
or forestalling a market or 
fair. 

abbrocator : — a forestaUer ; a 
broker. 

abbuttare : — to abut. 

abcariare : — to carry away. 

abdicare : — to renounce an office 
before the term of service is 
expired. 



M. 



N 



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abditorium : — a chest for keeping 
plate or relics. 

abecedariiim : — an alphabet. 

abecedarius : — a scholar learning 
to read. 

abecula : — the back of a sword or 
knife. 

aberemurdrum : — manifest mur- 
der. 
abettare, &c. See abbettare, &c. 

abeyantia : — abeyance. Property 
is in abeyance when it is in 
expectation, in the intend- 
ment of the law, not in actual 
possession. 

abgatoria, abgetorium : — the al- 
phabet ; rudiments of a 
science. 

abhceres : — :t future holder of 
property, not the next heir. 

abiaticus : — a nephew (aviaticus). 

abigevus : — a cattle stealer. See 

abactor, 
abjectire : — to be non-suited; to 

make default. 

abjudicare : — to take away by 
judicial sentence. 

abjurare :— to renounce the realm 
for ever. 

ablactatus : — weaned. 

ablatum : — a wafer. 0. E. obley 

{pblata). 
abra : — a maidservant. 
abrenunciatio : — renunciation. 
abrocagium : —brokerage. 
abrocarius : — a broker. 
ahrogabilis : — tit to be repealed. 
absconcius : — a casket. 

absconsa : — a dark lantern ; a 
sconce. 



absis : — an apse ; a church porch. 

absolutionis dies : — M a u n d y 

Thursday. 
absoniare : — to shun, or avoid. 
abutare. See abbuttare. 
acatum. See aecatum. 
accalvaster : — bald in front. 
accamiellare : — to chamfer. 

accapitare, accaptare :-— to pay a 
relief. 

accaptds, accapitum, accaptamen- 
tum : — a relief. 

aecatum : — an acquisition. 

accearium : — steel. 

accendile : — a lamp or candle 
wick. 

acceptilatio : — discharge, acquit- 
tance. 

acceptor : — a hawk. 

acceptor de arbore : — a brancher. 

acceptor de pertica : — a hawk off 

the perch. 
acceptor domitus: — a reclaimed 

hawk. 
acceptor intra clavem repositus : — 

a hawk in the mew. 

acceptor mutatus : — a mewed 
hawk. 

acceptoricius cants : — a spaniel 
used for falconry. 

accessorius : — guilty of a felo- 
nious offence, not princi- 
pally, but by participation. 

accidia : — sloth. 

accidinetum : — gorse. 

acciptrarius : — a falconer. 

accitulium : — cuckoo sorrel. 

acclaudicare : — to lame, esp. a 
horse, with bad shoeing. 



Glossary of Latin Words. 



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accola : — a colonist ; a cultivator 
of land where he was not 
bom. 

accompliamentum : — accomplish- 
ment. 

accrescendi jus : — right of in- 
crease. 

acedia : — melancholy. 

acega : — a woodcock (scolopax 
rusticold). 

acellarius : — "a spenser," cel- 
larer. 

acentus : — increase. 

acerrum, acerum : — steel. 

aceta : — a snipe, or woodcock. 

achaptare. See accapitare. 

achatum : — purchase, bargain. 

achersetus : — a measure of com, 
conjectured to be a quarter. 

achevare : — to finish. 

acitula : — henbane. 

acolabium : — a farm, a tenement. 

acoluthus : — an acolyte. O. E. 

a colet. 
acopatus. See acupatus. 
acordum : — accord ; assent. 
acquestra : — acquisition. 

acquietantia : — a discharge in 
writing, of money paid or 
debt due ; quittance. 

acquietare : — to pay ; to free or 
discharge. 

acquirere, adquirere : — to pur- 
chase ; to acquit. 

acra : — an acre of land ; a judi- 
cial combat, holm gang. 

acra anglicana : — 20 English 
acres in the reign of 
Richard I. are said to be 
equal to 22 acres. 



acroisia: — blindness. For aorisia. 

aetachiare. See attachiare. 

actilia : — armour and weapons ; 
gear. See atilium. 

actio: — a leg^l demand of a 
right. 

aetionare: — to prosecute. 

acto: — a haqueton, a padded or 
quilted tunic worn under 
the mail. 

actor : — a proctor or advocate in 
civil courts. 

actor dominicus : — the bailifE or 
attorney of a lord. 

actor ecclesice : — the advocate or 
pleading patron of a church. 

actor villa : — the steward or head 
bailiff of a town or village. 

actornatus. See aitomatus. 

actuarius : — the clerk who regis- 
ters the acts of convocation. 

acuarium : — a needle case. 

acucio : — sharpening. 

aculus, acula : — an aglet, a metal 
tag. 

acupatus : — charged with {adcuU 
patus). 

acuperium : — a whetstone. 

acupictor : — an embroiderer. 

acusile . — a trinket. 

acustumabilis, acustumatus : — 
liable to custom. 

acustumare: — to exact custom; 

to exempt from custom. 
acuta : — ague. 

acutecula : — a steel ; a hone. 
ad. Sometimes used for "at" 

not " to " a place. 
n2 



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adalingus : — an etheling. 

adaquare : — to water (cattle) ; to 

drown. 
adaquarium : — a watering place. 
adasia : — a ewe. 
adbreviare : — to abridge. 

adcredulitare : — to purge oneself 
of an accusation by oath. 

addictio : — used for additio. 

additio : — a title setting forth a 
person's estate, degree, 
trade, &c. 

addresctare, addressare : — to re- 
dress ; to restore ; to make 
amends for ; to render ac- 
count of. 

adirare : — to lose. 

adiratus : — a compensation for 
goods lost or stolen. 

adjacentia : — neighbourhood ; a 
thing near other. 

adjectire : — to cite. 

adjornamentum, adjurnamentum : 
— adjournment, putting off 
to another day or place. 

adjornare : — to adjourn. 

adjudicatio : — pronouncing a 
judgment or decree. 

adj'urnare : — to adjourn. 

adlegiare : — to purge oneself of a 
crime by oath. (Fr. aleier.) 

admens 14 ratio : — admeasurement, 
a writ for remedy against 
persons who usurp more 
than their share. 

adminiculum, adminiculatio : — 
aid, support. 

admiraldus : — an admiral. 

admiraldus : — sometimes used for 
emeraldus. 



admiralis : — an admiral. 

admiralitas : — admiralty. 

admiralius, adfnirallus : — an ad- 
miral. 

admiravisus : — an emir vizier. 

admissionalis : — an usher. 

admissivus : — an usher. 

admonitor : — a watch dog, "a 
wappe." 

adnichilare, adnullare: — to annul. 

adquietare. See acquietare. 

adramire. See arramire. 

adrectare : — to do right ; to make 
amends. 

adresciare. See addresctare. 

adsecurare. See assecurare. 

adulterinus : — unlawful, esp. of 
castles and guilds. 

adunare: — to collect. 

aduncare : — to draw with a hook. 

advallacio anguillarum : — eel- 
bucks. 

advanciamentum: — advancement. 

advantagium : — advantage ; the 
right of the lord tu redeem 
a lief removed by the vassal 
from his lordship. 

adventale : — a ventail or visor. 

adventare : — to arrive. 

adventura : — an adventure, or 

venture. 
adventurare : — to adventure, or 

venture. 
adventurarius : — an adventurer, 
adventus : — casual profit. 
adversaria : — memoranda. 

advisamentum : — advice ; con- 
sideration. 



Glossary of Latin Words. 



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advisare : — to advise. | 

advocare : — to advow ; to vouch ; 
to justify an act done; to . 
avow, i.e. in boroughs, to j 
falsely allege that goods j 
belong to a freeman so as i 
to evade duty. 

advocaria : — avowry ; the justifi- 
cation of having taken a 
distress, when the party j 
sues forth a replevin. | 

advocatia : — an advowson. 

advocatio : — advowson, the right 
of presentation to an eccle- 
siastical benefice ; allegation 
of protection or authority. 

advocator: — a voucher; a pleader. 

advocatus : — a counsellor or plea- 
der ; patron of a church, 
avowee, advowee, vouchee ; 
protector of a community. 

(edituus: — a verger, a keeper of 
relics. 

jEgyptiactis, JEgyptius : — a 

gypsy- 

aeraria, aeria : — an eyry, a nest, 

usually of hawks. 
aerarius : — nesting. 
aereus, aerius : — sky blue. 
aericius cams. See herecius. 
aerrarius. See aerarius. 
aesnescia. See esnecia. 
affadilla : — a daffodil. 
affeagium. See affidagium. 

afferamentum : — affeerment, as- 
• sessment. 

afferare : — to assess a fine. 

afferator : — an affeerer, a person 
who assesses fines in courts 
leet and courts baron. 



affeteiare : — to break or train 
hounds or hawks. 

affeyteiare. See affeteiare. 

affidagium : — assurance ; safety. 

affidare: — to certify; to swear 
fealty ; to affiance ; a term 
used at the game of tables. 

affidatio : — an oath. 
affidatus, affidus: — one who has 
pledged his faith to another. 
affilare : —to put on a file with. 
affilatorium : — a steel, a hone. 
affina : — a workshop. 

affinare: — to fine (gold); to 
finish. 

affirmare : — ^to let to farm. 

affodillus : — a daffodil. 

afforare : — to appraise. 

afforciamentum : — a fortress ; 
compulsion ; the coercive 
power of a Court. 

afforciare : — to increase, or make 
stronger ; to compel. 

afforciatus : — pure, unadulter- 
ated. Applied to cloth and 
other goods. 

afforestare : — to turn land into 
forest. 

affra. See affrus. 

affraia : — an affray. 

affraiare : — to frighten. 

affrectamentum, affretamentum : — 
freight. 

affrectare, affretare : — to freight. 

affriare : — to frighten. 

affrus : — an ox or horse for farm 

work, usually a horse. 
affuramentum. See afferamentum. 



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agalauda : — a plover, probably a 
pewit. 

Off alma : — an image on a seal. 

agaseus-.— a, gazehound. 

agellarius : — a hay ward ; a herd- 
ward. 

agellus : — a hamlet. 

agenda : — business ; the office of 
the Mass or other service ; 
a priest's daily office. 

agenfrida : — a lord or owner. 

agerarius : — a farmer's dog. 

aggreare se : — to agree. 

agillarius : — a hay ward or herd- 
ward ; a keeper of cattle on 
a common. 

agisamentum : — a masquerade. 

agistamentum : — right of pastur- 
age ; the sum paid tor this 
right ; assignment of it. 

agistare : — to assign pasturage 
for cattle, esp. in a forest. 

agistatcB terrcs : — lands whose 
owners are bound to keep 
up sea walls. 

agistator: — an agister or gyst 
taker, an officer who assigns 
the pasturage in a forest. 

agistiamentum. See agistamen- 
tum. 

agitatio animalium in foresta : — 
the drift or view of beasts 
in the forest. 

agna : — a gold coin, l4th cent. 

agnatio : — lambing. 

agnellatio, agnilatio : — lambing. 

Agnus Dei: — an oval piece of 
white wax, stamped with 
the figure of a lamb, and 
consecrated. 



agontea : — a champion {agonista). 

agreamentum : — agreement. 

agreare se : — to agree. 

agredula : — a titmouse. 

agri: — arable land in the com- 
mon fields. 

atmellatus : — enamelled. 

ainescia : — the right of the eldest. 
See esnecia. 

aira : — an eyrie, the nest of an 
eagle, a falcon, or a swan. 

aisiamentum, aisimentum : — li- 
berty of passage ; easement. 

aisnecca : — a ship. (A.-S. snacc.) 

aisya : — convenience. 

akermannus : — a small farmer. 
(A.-S. cecer mon.) Their 
holding was less than that 
of the viryatarii, but from 
comparison of rent must 
have been more than an 
acre. 

aketonum : — a haqueton, a gam- 
beson, a padded or quilted 
tunic. 

ala : — the aisle of a church. 

alabastarius : — a crossbowman 
{arcubalistarius). 

alabrum : — a reel. 

alamandina : — a stone coloured 
like a garnet. 

alanerarius :— a, keeper of dogs 
(alans) or hawks (lannersj. 

alanus : — a large hound. 

alatera, alatoria, alatorium, ala- 
tura : — a covered way or 
walk ; a piazza. 

alaudarius : — a hobby hawk 
{J'alco subbuteo). 



Glossary of Latin Words. 



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alba : — an alb, a long white 
tight - sleeved vestment ; 
dawn. 

albajirma: — a yearly rent pay- 
able to the chief lord of the 
hundred in white money, 
i.e. silver; white rent, blanch 
farm. 

Alb(e : — the w^eks after Easter 
and Whitsunday. 

albatorium : — southernwood. 

albergata : — the right of lodging 
in a vassal's house ; money 
paid in lieu thereof. 

albergellum, albergio: — a haber- 
geon, a tunic of mail shorter 
than a hauberk. 

albesteria : — a loophole for shoot- 
ing through. 
alhesterius : — a crossbowman. 

albinus : — a foreigner. (0. E. 
a comeling.) 

alblasta : — a crossbow {arcuba- 
lista). 

alblastarius : — a crossbowman. 
See arcubalistarius. 

aldemianntts : — an alderman. 

aldervianria : — a district under 
the jurisdiction of an alder- 
man. 

alea : — a passage, an alley. 

alebrodium : — a warm drink ; 
broth; caudle. 

alecenarium : — a lanner {falco 
latiarius). 

alecia (sing.) : — herrings {clupea 
harengus). 

alecium, alectum : — a herring, 
herrings. On the Continent 
the word included sardines 
and anchovies, but probably 
not in England. 



aleium : — alloy. 

aleptes : — a chamberlain. 

alficus : — a leper. 

alfinus : — a bishop, at chess. 

alfita: — flour. Alfita Herbarum 
is the title of a book. 

algorismus : — arithmetic. 

aliblastertus : — a worker in ala- 
baster. 
alices : — contortions. 

alietus : — a hobby {Jalco sub- 
buted) . 

aliquilitas : — essence. 

aliteum : — a crime. 

alkamia : — alcamyne, a mixed 

metal. 
alkanea : — alcanet, Spanish 

bugloss. 
alkemonia : — alchemy. 

allativus : — bringing. 

allaya, allaia : — alloy. 

allecia. See alecia. 

allectium, allectum. See alecium. 

aUegiantia : — allegiance. 

aUegiare: — to defend or justify 
by course of law. 

alleviare : — to levy or pay a fine. 

allocabilis : — allowable. 

allocare : — to allow. 

allocatio : — allowance ; award. 

aUocatus : — a proctor. 

allodium. See alodium. 

allorium. See alura. 

allosa : — a shad. See alosa. 

allota, alluta : — cork ; cordwain 

leather. 
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allox : — a toe. 

allucium. See allota. 

alluminare : — to illuminate, to 
decorate books with colour. 

alluminator : — a limner, an illu- 
minator. 

allutarius. See alutarius. 

almarta, almerium : — a cupboard ; 
an aumbry. See armaria. 

almariolum : — a little cupboard. 

almicia, almicium. See almucia, 
amictus. 

almonaria : — an almonry. 

almonarium : — a cupboard ; an 
ambrey. 

almonarius : — an almoner. 

almonera, almoneria : — an al- 
monry ; a pouch or purse 
from which alms were given. 

almucia, almucium: — an amess or 
amuse, a cloth or fur hood 
worn by canons and monks. 

alna : — an ell. See ulna. 

alnagium : — measurement by the 
ell ; duty paid by the eJl. 

alnetum : — a place where alders 
grow, an alder grove. 

aloarius, alodarius : — the lord of 
a free manor. 

alodium : — a free manor. 

alorium. See alura. 

alosa: — a shad, probably used 
for both the twaite shad and 
the allice shad. (Cuvier's 
alosa finta and alosa com- 
munis.) 

aloverium 



alp hit a. 



-a purse. 
See alfita. 



altaragium: — altarage; offerings 
made upon the altar ; small 
tithes. 

altarigium. See altaragium. 

altarista:~a priest assigned to 
one altar in a church. 

altellus : — an alien. 

altera pars : — half. 

alterare : — to change, to alter. 

alteratio : — alteration. 

altile : — a fatted beast or fowl ; 
a capon. 

altiragium. See altaragium. 

alura (Fr. aleur) : — an alure, a 
passage, alley; a parapet; 
a walk behind a parapet ; a 
gutter. 

alutarius : — a cordwainer ; a 
tanner ; a tawyer ; dressed 
leather. 

alver : — the same as aloverium (?). 

alveus : — a barge. 

alviolum : — a maund, a basket. 

amalare : — to enamel. 

amanda : — an almond. 

amatista : — an amethyst. 

ambactus : — a servant ; a cKent. 

ambana : — an enclosure round a 

house ; an outbuilding. 
ambassiata : — an embassy. 
ambassiator : — an ambassador. 
ambidexter: — a juror who takes 

money from both sides ; a 

swindler. 

ambis : — a vase. 

ambisiata. See ambassiata. 

ambo : — a pulpit, or reading 
desk. 



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ambra : — a measure of wheat or 
salt, four bushels ; a wine 
jar ; amber. 

ambro : — bold, greedy ; a pro- 
digal. 

ambrum : — amber. 

ambularius : — an ambling horse. 

ambulatorium : — a passage, a 
gallery. 

amelare : — to enamel. 

amensuramentum : — m e a s u r e- 
ment ; assessment ; esti- 
mate. 

amensurare : — to measure ; to 
assess. 

amera : — willow. 

amerciamentum : — a pecuniary 
punishment. 

amerctare : — to amerce, to fine. 

amesurumentum. See amensura- 
mentum. 

amicia. See almucia. 

amictus: — an amice, a Knen sacer- 
dotal vestment forming a 
hood or collar. 

amirellus : — an admiral. 

amittena : — a sheeptick. 

ammaylare : — to enamel. 

amminiculum. See adminiculum. 

ammobragium, amobragium, a 
kind of service ; a fine ; the 
Welsh form of Mercheta. 

amodo : — then, afterwards. 

amortizamentum : — amortization. 

amortizare : — to alien lands in 
mortmain, to amortize. 

amoriizatio : — amortization. 

amotibilts, amovibilis : — remove- 
able. 



amphibologia : — ambiguity. 

amphibolus :;^a cloak, an overall 

amphistrum : — the helm of a ship. 

ampliatio : — deferring judgment 
till a cause is further ex- 
amined. 

amplicare : — to enlarge. 

ampulla : — a vessel for holdiug 
holy oil ; a reliquary. 

amulhts : — some farm animal, a 

ram (?). 
amuntare : — to amount. 
amuntia : — amount. 
anabatrum : — a curtain. 

anachoreta : — a hermit ; an an- 
chorite. 

analogium : — a reading desk. 

anamelatus : — enamelled. 

anata : — a duck. 

anatus : — a drake. 

anca : — a haunch ; an ancle. 

ancareus : — with a handle. 

ancoragium : — duty paid by ships 
when they anchor in a haven. 

uncus : — long (of gloves). 

andena : — a swath ; as much 
ground as a man can stride 
over ; an andiron. 

andreseya : — a dairy. 

androchia, androgia : — a dairy- 
maid. 
androchiarium, : — a dairy. 
anelacium : — a knife ; a dagger. 
anella : — a manacle, a handcuff. 

angaria: — a vexatious personal 
service ; distress ; the Em- 
ber weeks. 

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angariare : — to compel. 

angarius : — a catchpole, an officer 
who arrests. 

angeldum, angildum : — the single 
valuation or fine imposed 
on a criminal. 

Angleria : — Englishry. 

Anyliceria : — Englishry. 

Anglici, probatio: — proof of Eng- 
lishry. 

animalia : — oxen. 

animequus : — contented. 

anitergium : — a wisp of grass. 

anker issa ; — an ancress, a female 
hermit. 

annales : — yearling cattle. 

annatre : — first fruits ; annates. 

annatus: — first-born; one year 
old. 

annt/a^e :— yearly income of a 
prebendary ; or of a priest 
for celebrating an anniver- 
sary. 

annuarium : — an anniversary ; a 
calendar of anniversaries. 

annuatim : — yearly. 

annulatus : — ringed (of a pig). 

anquiromagus : — & ship's stern. 

ansea : — a truss. 

ansorium : — a shoemaker's knife; 
a razor. 

antecessor : — an ancestor; a pre- 
decessor in office ; also the 
name of a servant attending 
on a dean and chapter. 

antecinerales feri(B : — days before 
Ash Wednesday. 

antegarda : — vanguard. 

antela : — a poitrel. 



antemurale : — a barbican. 

antenatio : — the right of an elder 
child. 

antependium :— hangings in front 
of an altar. 

antephalarica : — a portcullis. 

antesellum:—a package carried 
in front of the saddle. 

antesignatus (^antesignanus) : — a 
soldier posted in front of 
the standard. 

antianitas : — antiquity, i.e. seni- 
ority ; ancienty. 

an/innus : — old, ancient. 

antihata : — an opponent. 

antica : — a hatch. 

anticopa : — a countertally. 

antidoron : — a gift given in ex- 
change. 

antigraphtis : — a scribe, a copyist. 

antilopia : — an antelope (he- 
raldic). 

antipera : — a screen. 

antiphona : — alternate verses 
sung by the halves of the 
choir. 

antiphonarium : — a book contain- 
ing anthems or antiphons. 

antiphonista '.—a.'o. antiphoner, a 
leader in singing antiphons. 

antiquitas : — seniority ; ancienty. 

antistes : — a bishop ; an abbot. 

antistita : — an abbess. 

antistitium : — a monastery. 

antithetarius : — an accused per- 
son who charges his accuser 
with the same crime. 

apanagium : — the portion of a 
younger child. 



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apatisare: — to agree; to ransom. 
apechiamentum : — impeachment. 
aporia : — poverty ; trouble. 
aporiare: — to impoverish. 
apostate : — to transgress. 

apostolos peter e : — to appeal to 

Rome. 
apothecarius : — a shopkeeper ; a 

keeper of a granary or 

store ; a druggist. 

apparator : — a messenger who 
serves the process of a 
spiritual court, an apparitor. 

apparella : —items of miscella- 
neous excess beyond cur- 
rent regulated expenditure. 
(Middle Temple.) 

apparens lex : — ordeal. 

apparentia : — appearance. 

appares : — equals. 

apparura : — furniture ; equip- 
ment. 
appatizare. See apatisare. 
appellare : — to appeal. 
appellum : — an appeal. 

appendens : — a thing of inherit- 
ance, belonging to a greater 
inheritance. 

appenditia : — appendages ; ap- 
purtenances. 

appendium : — a reel. 

appendix, appendicium : — a pen- 

tice, a penthouse. 
appennagium. See apanagium. 

appensamentum : — delay ; post- 
ponement. • 

appensura : — payment of money 
by weight. 

appenticium : — a pentice, a pent- 
house. 



applauda : — sauce. 

applicium : — an inn ; lodging. 

applita : - harness ; fittings. 

appodiare :— to prop up ; to sus- 
tain. 

appoisonare : — to poison. 

apponere : — to pledge ; to pawTi. 

apporia, apporria. See aporia. 

apportionamentum : — apportion- 
ment. 

apportionare : — to divide propor- 
tionally. 

apportum : — revenue or profit ; 
corrody or pension ; rent or 
tribute. 

appreciare : — to appraise. 

apprenticius : — an apprentice. 

apprentisagium, apprenticiamen- 
tum : — apprenticeship. 

approbare : — to augment the 
value of, as to increase the 
rent of land. 

approbator : — a person who con- 
fesses felon}' and accuses 
others, an approver. 

appropriare : — to annex a bene- 
fice to the use of a spiritual 
corporation or person ; to 
appropriate. 

appropriatio, appropriamentum : 
— appropriation . 

approvamentum : — profits : crop. 

approviare, approware, appruare 
se : — to use for one's own 
profit, as to enclose waste 
land. 

appruator: — an ofiicer in some 
towns {e.g. Wakefield) ap- 
pointed to look after the in- 
terests of the lord of the 
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appruntare :--to borrow. 

appunctuare : — to appoint. 

aprisa, aprisia : — an inquisition, 
information. 

aquaffium : — a watercourse ; a 
holy water stoup. 

aqualitium : — a gutter. 

agualium : — the top of the head. 

aquare : — to water. 

aquarium : — a ewer. 

aquebachelus : — a holy water 
clerk. 

aquestus : — acquisition. 

arabilis : — a maple tree. 

aracium : — a stud of horses. See 
haratium. 

aralis : — arable. 

arallus : — a ploughfoot. 

aralus : — a maple tree. 

aratrum terrcB : — as much land as 
can be tilled with one 
plough. 

aratum : — a charter. 

aratus : — a day's ploughing. 

arbalista, arbalistarius. See arcu- 

balista. 
arbalisteria : — loopholes. 

arcare : — to be charged with ; 
to build an arch ; to vault. 

arcarius : — an archer ; a keeper 
of an area, a chest for the 
deposit of treasure or deeds. 

arcenarius. See arconarius. 
archearius : — a bow bearer. See 
arcarius. 

archemecherus : — some officer in j 
the household of Henry VI., j 
perhaps chief cook. 



archenius : — a rick of corn. 
archeria : — archery. 
archerius : — a bow bearer. 
archidiaconus : — an archdeacon. . 
archiepiscopus : — an archbishop. 
archifenium : — a croft of land. 
archionium : — a stack. 

archipresbyter : — chief priest in a 

collegiate church. 
archisiyillarius : — chief keeper of 

a seal, a chancellor. 
architector : — a thatcher. 
architenens : — an archer. 

archivum : — a place where re- 
cords are kept. 

archivus : — a keeper of records ; 
a secretary. 

archonista : — a bowyer. 

archus : — a bow. 

arcista. See artista. 

arcisterium : — a monastery (asce- 
teriurti). 

arconarius : —a man engaged in 
some trade connected with 
wool. 

arconium : — a rick, a stack. 

arconizare : — to stack. 

arcuare : — to play a musical in- 
strument which requires the 
use of a bow. 

arcubalista : — a crossbow, an 
arblast. 

arcubalistarius : — a crossbow- 
man, an arblaster. 

arcubius : — a watchman. 

arcubus, curia de : — the Court of 
Arches, so called from the 
church of St. Mary de Arcu- 
bus (le Bow), where it was 
formerly held. 



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arcuere : — to shoot with a bow. 
arculius : — a watchman. 
ar cuius : — a saddle bow. 
arcussit : — shot. 
ardeda : — a firegrate. 

area: — an open spa<;e ; a ceme- 
tery. 
arenga : - a preamble ; harangue. 
areniare : — to rein. 

arentare : — to let for a rent ; to 
arrent ; to rate. 

arentatin : — rental ; assessment 

of rent. 
aresta, pannus de : — arras. 
arestare : — to arrest. 
arestum : — arrest. 
a retro : — in arrear. 
argumentosus : — ingenious. 
argutarius cam's : — a greyhound. 
arista, pannus de : — arras. 

arivagium : — toll paid by ships 
on mooring at a wharf or 
port. 

arivare : — to approach the shore ; 

to arrive. 
arlechatus : — equipped. 
arma dare : — to make a knight. 

armaria : — a cupboard ; an aum- 
bry ; a study. 

armariolum : — a little cupboard. 

armarium. See armaria. 

armarius : — a librarian in a 

monastery. 
armatura : — armour ; military 

exercise. 
armelausa : — a cloak. 
armicudium : — a dagger. 
armiger : —an esquire. 



armilausa : — a cloak. 
armilustrium : — a toixmament. 
armiturium : — a dagger. 
armurarius : — an armourer. 
arnaglosa '. — ^plantain. 

amaldia : — a disease, perhaps 

baldness. 
aromatarius: — a grocer; aspicer. 
arpa : — a young eagle. 

arpendum, arpennum, arpentum : 
— a small plot of land ; an 
acre. 

arquilla : — a linchpin. 

arquillus : — a saddle bow (?) ; an 
ox yoke. 

arquinecca : — some drug or spice. 

arrabtlis : — a maple tree. 

arraiamentum : — array, in refer- 
ence either to a jury, or to 
soldiers. 

arraiare : — to array. 

arraiatio. See arraiamentum. 

arraiatores : — array ers, officers 
whose duty it was to see 
that soldiers were properly 
accoutred. 

arrainamentum : — arraignment. 

arrainare, arrainiare : — to claim; 
to arraign, to accuse. 

arramiare. See arrainare. 

arramire, adramire: — to promise, 
esp. in a court of law. 

arraria : — arrears. 

arratum : — a charter. 

arraya. See arraiamentum. 

arrectatus : — suspected ; accused. 

arrenamentum : — arraignment. 

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arrenda : — rent. 

arrentare. See arentare. 

arrepticius : — possessed by au 
evil spirit. 

arreraffium : — arrearage ; respite 
of payment. 

arrestare :—to arrest. 

arrestuni : — arrest. 

arriolari : — to foretell {hariolari). 

arrivagium. See arivayium. 

arrivare. See arivare. 

arrura. See arura. 

arsina : — arson ; house-burning. 

arsinale : — an arsenal. 

arsura : — trial of money by fire. 

ariavum : — a small knife. 

articular e: — to draw up in arti- 
cles ; to article. 

articulus : — an article; esp. a 
complaint exhibited in a 
Court Christian. 

artijicium : — handicraft. 

artillator : — a maker of artillery. 

artilleria : — artillery. 

artista: — one who has taken a 
degree in arts. 

artitus : — skilfuU}^ made or ar- 
ranged. 

arura: — ploughing; a day's 
work with a plough ; a 
ploughland ; a tilled field ; 
crops. 

arvambulus : — a tramp. 

ascella : — the part where the arm 
joins the shoulder; the arm- 
pit (^axilla). 

ascerra : — a ship for incense. 



asceterium : — a monastery. 

asiamentum. See aisiamentum. 

asinare : — to ride on an ass. 

aspersorium : — a sprinkler ; a 
vase for holy water. 

aspiculna : — a ladle or fork used 
in frying. 

assacella : — a stove. 

assaia, assaium: — assay; exami- 
nation of weights and 
measures, bread, beer, &c. 

assaiare : — to assay, to examine. 

assaiator : — an assay er. 

assallire : — to assault. 

assaltus : — an assault. 

assartare : — to bring forest land 
into cultivation by grub- 
bing up the roots, &c. 

assartum : — assart, land brought 

into cultivation. 

assaturis : — a gridiron. 

assay siare (of judges) : — to call 
others to assist them. 

assecurare : — to make secure by 
pledge or oath ; to assure. 

assedare. See assidare. 

assemblare : — to assemble. 

assemblata, assemblatio : — an as- 
sembly. 

asseratus : — wainscotted. 

asserrum : — steel. 

assessare : — to assess ; to fine. 

assessio : — assessment. 

assessor : — an assessor. 

asseurare. See assecurare. 

asseware, assewiare : — to drain 
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assidare, assidere : — to tax 

equally ; to assess. 
assidella : — a table dormant. 
assidiarf! : — to besiege ; to attack. 

assignare : — to transfer a right ; 
to appoint a deputy ; to de- 
clare ; to pledge. 

asstgnare ge ad : — to attack ; to 
lay hands on. 

assignatio : — assignment ; trans- 
ference of interest. 

assignatus : — au assignee ; a 
deputy. 

assimulare : — to put together ; to 
collect. 

assisa : — a fixed measure ; a tax 
or fine ; a sitting of justices 
to hear causes; a jury ; 
certain statutes and writs 
are also called assists. 

assisa pants et cerevisicB : — the 
power of examining the 
weight and measure of 
bread and beer. 

assisores : — assessors. 

assisus : — rented or farmed out. 

assisus redditus, redditusasstsce: — 

rent of assize ; fixed rent. 
assoniare : — to essoin. 
assueare : — to drain. 
assuera : — a drain. 
assultus : — an assault. 
assumare : — to kill. 

assumptio : — the anniversary of 

the death of a saint. 
assurantia : — assurance. 
assurare : — to assure. 
astela : — a staff. 

astrarius heeres : — an heir who 
occupies his inheritance 
during his ancestor's life. 



astrium : — a hearth ; a house. 

astructus : — instructed. 

astrum. See attrium. 

astula : — a piece of firewood. 

astur. See austur. 

asura : — azure. 

aszeisia. See azesta. 

atachiare, &c. See attachiare. 

athia, atia : — hatred, malice. 

atilium, atillium : — an utensil ; 
an implement ; gear ; the 
rigging of a ship. 

atinctus. See attinctus. 

atirare :— to equip. 

atrattis : — a mourner. 

atriamentum : — a courtyard. 

attachare : — to affix. 

attachiamentum : — attachment ; 
apprehension of a person or 
seizing goods ; articles 
seized with a criminal, show- 
ing his guilt ; right of using 
(underwood, water, &c.). 

attachiamentum forestts : — the 
lower court of a forest. 

attachiare : — to take in pursuance 
of a writ ; to attach. 

attachiator : — an officer who 
makes attachment ; a 
bailiff. 

attagiare : — to attach. 

attaincta, attincta: — attaint, a 
writ against a jury for 
giving a false verdict. 

attamiare, attaminare: — to 

broach. 
attaxare : — to assess. 
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atterminare : — to put within cer- 
tain boundaries ; to post- 
pone to a certain day ; to 
atterm. 

atthagiare. See attachiare. 

attilamentum. See atilium. 

attiliaria : — military engines ; 
artillery. 

attilliamentum. See atilium. 

attilliator : — a maker of artillery 
or military engines. 

attilium. See atilium. 

attincta : — attaint. 

attinctare : — to attaint. 

attinctus : — attainted. 

attirare : — to equip. 

attornamentum : — an acknow- 
ledgment by a tenant of a 
new lord, attornment. 

attornare : — to assign goods to 
some special use ; to appoint 
an attorney ; to pack (?). 

attornata : — a commission. 

attornatus : — an attorney. 

aitractorium : — a train ; a trace. 

attr actus :— carriage by drag- 
ging, draught ; store. 

atturnare, «S:c. See attornare, &c. 

aubergellum :— a habergeon, a 
tunic of mail. 

auhohulcus : — an oxherd. 

auca : — a goose ; some article of 
plate, perhaps an ewer; an 
enclosed piece of land. 

aucipiter : — a falcon. 

auctenticare : — to declare au- 
thentic. 

auctionarius, auctionator : — a re- 
tailer ; a broker. 



aucuhaculare : — to catch birds 
after dark, to batfowl. 

aucula : — a gosling. 

aucuntacio : — used for augmen- 
tatio. 

aucupia : — game. 

auditor: — a catechumen; an ex- 
aminer of accounts. 

augea : — a cistern. 

aula : — a court baron ; the nave 
of a church. 

atileum : — a hanging, tapestry. 

aunciatus : — antiquated. 

auncinium : — an afternoon meal. 

auracio : — gilding. 

aurare : — to gild. 

aureolus : — a golden oriole {oriolus 
galbula), or goldfinch {frin- 
gilla carduelis). 

auricalcum : — latten. 
auriculare: — a cushion; a defence 
for the ears of a horse. 

auricularis digitus: — the little 
finger. 

auricularius : — a secretary. 

aurifex : — a goldsmith. 

aurificium : —goldsmith's work. 

aurifilum, : — gold thread. 

aurifragium. See aurifrigium. 

aurifraser, aurifresarius : — an 
embroiderer. 

aurifriatus, aurifrigiatus : — hav- 
ing an orphrey. 

aurifrigium, aurifresium, aurifri- 
sium, aurifrixium : — an or- 
phrey, golden embroidery 
«»n clerical vestments. 

aurisia : ^blindness (^do^aaicx) . 



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auroca, aurocus : — a haycock, a 
hayrick ; the quantity of hay 
which can be lifted on the 
handle of a scythe. 

aurus. See averus. 

austur, austurcus : — a goshawk 
{asiur palumbarius. Fr. 
autour). 

austurcharius : — a falconer. 

ausungius : — fat. 

autela : — a horsu's breastplate or 
poitrel. probably an error 
for antela. 

autumnus : — translated "sum- 
mer" in the books of the 
Middle Temple. 

autumpnare : — ^to bring the har- 
vest home. 

auxilium : — an aid. 

auxionarius. See auctionarius. 

avagium : — payment for right of 
pannage in the lord's wood. 

avalagium : — a fixed engine to 
take fish ; eelbucks ; the 
descent of a river ; toll paid 
therefor. 

avalare : — ^to descend a river. 

arantagmm. See advantagium. 

avaragius : — one who looks after 
draught cattle. 

avellana nux : — a hazel nut. 

avenagium : — avenage, rent paid 

in oats. 
avenarius : — an avener, purveyor 

of oats. 
avencia : — advance. 
aventallum : — a ventaile, or visor. 
aventura. See adventura. 

aver a : — a day's work of a 
ploughman. 



averagium : — service with horse 
and carriage due by the 
tenant to his lord ; contri- 
bution by merchants to- 
wards losses of cargo by 
tempest. 

averarius : — a man who looks 
after farm cattle. 

averia : — horses or oxen for the 
plough ; cattle generally. 

averia de pondere, or ponderis : — 
avoirs du poys, i. e. fine goods, 
such as spices, weighed by 
the pound at the king's 
small balance when the duty 
was charged. 

averium : — goods, merchandise. 

averrare: — to carry goods in a 
wagon, or on horseback. 

averus : — a farm horse, or 

draught ox. 
aviaticus : — a nephew. 
avtronatus : — rowing. 
avironus : — an oar. 
avis : — used like the Fr. oiseau, 

for a hawk or falcon. 
avisagium. See avagium. 
avisamentum : — advice. 
avisare : — ^to advise. 
avoare. See avocare. 
avoaria : — avowry. 

avocare : — ^to avow, confess ; to 

justify. 
avragium. See averagium. 
avrus. See averus. 
awardium : — an award. 

axare : — ^to make or fit an axle- 
tree. 

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aymellatus : — enamelled. 
ayziamentum. See aisiamentum. 
azaldus : — an inferior horse. 
azarum : — steel. 
azesicB : — tiles (?), shingles (?). 



B. 



hahatum : — a horseshoe. 

haca : — an iron hook or staple. 

hacar : — a turnip. 

baccalarius, baccalaureus : — a 

bachelor. 
baccile, haccinium : — a bason. 

bachelarius : — a young knight ; a 
knight disqualified from 
youth or poverty from 
carrying a banner in war. 
See baccalarius. 

bacheleria: — the commonalty, as 
distinguished from the 
baronage. 

bacho. See baco. 

bacile, bacina, bacinus : — a bason. 

bacinettum : — a basinet, a helmet 
smaller than a helm and 
usually pointed at the top. 

bacium : — a horsecloth. 0. E. 
base. See bassum. 

baco : — a hog ; a salted pig's 
carcase ; a flitch of bacon ; 
a ham. 

bactile : — a candlestick, esp. of 
wood. 

bacularius : — a bachelor. 

baculus : — a crozier. 

badius : — bay (horse). 

baffa : — a flitch of bacon. 



: — a bag or purse. 

bagatinus : — a small brass Vene- 
tian coin, worth in the 17th 
century about iV of a 
penny. 

bagea : — a badge. 

bagus : — bay (horse). 

bahuda, baJiudura : — a chest ; a 
trunk, called a barehide in 
English. 

baia : — rumour ; a bay. 

baiardus : — a bay horse. 

baila, bailium : — bail. 

bailius, baillivus : — a bailiff. 

baillia : — bailiwick. 

baillium : — a grant in trust ; the 

" bailey " of a castle. 
baius : — bay (of a horse). 
bajula : — a pitcher ; the ofi&ce of 

bajulus ; a nurse. 

bajulator: — a bearer; a guardian. 

bajulus : — a bearer ; a bailiff. 

bajulus aquilcB : — an officer in the 
military order of St. John 
of Jerusalem, the Bailly of 
the Eagle. 

baker ia : — a bakehouse. 

bala : — a bale. 

balancea, bala?icia : — a pair ot 
scales. 

balasius : — a balasse ruby, of a 

pale colour. 
balca : — a balk (of land). 

balcanifer : — the standard-bearer 
of the EJaights Templars. 

balcanum : — the Templars' stan- 
dard. 

baldacinifer. See balcanifer. 



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haldekinum, haldicwn : — baude- 
kin, a kind of brocade of 
silk and gold, originally 
brought from Bagdad ; a 
canopy. 

baldrea : — a baldric. 

balducta : — a posset. 

halengaria, balingariiim : — a bal- 

inger ; a barge. 
balesius. See halasius. 
haleuga. See banleuga. 
balidinus : — bay (of a horse). 

balista : — used for a cross-bow, 
which is properly arcu- 
balista. 

balistarius : — an arblaster, a 

cross-bowman. 
baUa. See ballia, balliva. 
ballare : — to sweep ; to dance. 
ballatio : — a ballad, 
balleuca. See banleuga. 

ballia : — the "bailey" of a castle. 

See balliva. 
ballium : — bail ; the "bailey " of 

a castle ; wardship ; a grant 

in trust. 
ballius : — a bailiff. 

balliva, ballivatus : — bailiwick ; 

office. 
ballivus : — a bailiff. 
balneare : — to bathe. 

balneo, miles de : — a knight of 

the Bath. 
balneta : — some sort of whale. 
bolus : — a bale. 
balustraria : — ^loopholes. 
bamba : — a bed. 

bancale, bancarium : — a banker, 

a covering for a bench. 
bancum, bancus : — a bench. 



banda : — a band (of soldiers). 
bandum : — a pennon. 

baneale: — error for bancale (?), 

q.v. 
banera, baneria : — a banner. 

banerettus : — a knight made in 
the field, by cutting off the 
point of his pennon and 
making it a banner. 

banidium : — a badge. 

banleuga, bannaleuca : — the 
bounds of a manor or town ; 
the circuit of a monastery 
over which it has jurisdic- 
tion. (Er. banlieue.) 

bannezare : — to banish. 

banniare, bannire : — to proclaim ; 
to summon by proclamation ; 
to banish. 

bannum, banum : — a proclama- 
tion; a boundary; (pi.) bans 
of matrimony. 

banum : — a bane. 

baractator, barator : — a barretor, 
a common mover of suits 
and quarrels. 

barbacana, barbakena. See bar- 

bicana. 
barbator : — a barber. 
barbatus : — barbed, of an arrow. 
barbecana. See barbicana. 
barbelatus : — barbed. 

barbicana: — an outwork of a 
fortress. 

barbicanagium : — contribution for 
the maintenance of a bar- 
bican. 

barbillus : — a barbel {barbus vul- 
garis) or mullet {mullus 
barbatus). 

barbitonsor : — a barber. 

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harhitura : — shaving. 

harhota : — a barge ; an armed 
vessel. 

barbulus : — a barbel {barhus vul- 
garis). 

harca : — a barque. 

harcaria. See bercaria and bar- 
karia. 

barcarius. See bercarius. 

barcius : — a fish, probably perch 
{perca fliiviatilis), perhaps 
also bass {lahrax lupus). 

bardatus : — barded, armed with 

a bard (of a horse). 
barellus : — a barrel. 
baresta : — a barrister. 

barettus : — probably the same as 
warectus. 

barga. See barca and bargea. 

bargania : — an agreement ; a bar- 
gain. 

barganizare : — to bargain. 

bargea, bargia : — a barge ; part 
of a horse's trappings. 

barhuda, barhuta, barhuzia : — a 
chest ; a trunk, a barehide. 

barillum, barrillus : — a barrel. 

barka : — a barge ; a barque. 

barharia : — a tan-house. 

barmbraccus : — a lap-dog. 

barnagium : — baronage. 

baro : — a baron. 

baronagium : — baronage. 

baronatus : — barony; baronage. 

baronettus : — a baronet. 

baronia : — a barony. 

baronissa : — a baroness. 



barra, barrha : — a bar, a barrier ; 
a bar to an action. 

barraetator : — a barretor, an in- 
stigator of suits and quar- 
rels. 

barragium : — toll for crossing a 
bridge. 

barrare : — to put bars to. 

barrasterius : — a barrister. 

barratria : — dissension ; bar- 
ratry. 

barrista : — a barrister. 

barruzia. See barhuda. 

bartona : — demesne lands ; a 
manor house. 

barutellum : — a cask. 

bascinus : — a bason. 

basculus : — a basket. 

basena. See bazeyna. 

basilardum : —a long poniard ; a 
falchion; a cutlass. (Early 
Chanc. Proc. 47, 256.) 

basnetum : — a basinet. See baci- 
nettum. 

bassare : — to lower. 

bassaria camera : — a base cham- 
ber. 

basselardus. See basilardum. 
bassellus : — a coin abolished by 

king Henry II. 
bassum : — a pack saddle. 
bassus : — low. 
bastardia : — bastardy. 

has tardus : — one born out of 
wedlock. 

bastida, bastita : — a castle, a 
word used especially in 
Southern France. 



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hasto : — a staff. 

bastonicum : — close custody. 

hasum. Per basum tolneium ca- 
pere, to take toll by strike. 

batalia : — battle. 

batella, batellus : — a small boat. 

batellagium : — boat-hire. 

batellariiis : — a boatman ; a ba- 
teUer, the lowest order in 
Oriel CoUege. 

batellatus : — embattled. 

batellus : — a boat. See batillus. 

bateria : — battery, beating. 

batilda : — toll for boats (?). 

batillaghim : — carriage by boat ; 
boat-hire. 

batillare : — to send by boat. 

batillus : — a bat ; a beetle ; a 
clapper ; a boat. 

batitoria : — a fuUing mill. 

batium. See bacium. 

bativa, batura : — battery. 

batleuga. See banleuga. 

batus : — a boat ; a measure, 12^ 
gallons ; a peck ; a vessel 
used in feeding horses ; a 
bat. 

baubare : — to bark ; to bay. 

baubella : — jewels. 

bauca : — a bason. 

baucaria : — a tapster. 

baudektnum. See baldekinum. 

bausanus : — a badger, a bawson. 

bausia, bosia : — treason, felony. 

bausiare, bosiare : — to rebel. 

bauzanus: — piebald. (Fr. bau- 
gant, bauzant.) 



baya. See baia. 
bazantius. See bisantius. 

bazeyna : — basil, prepared 
leather. 

bechare : — to dig ; to use a pick- 
axe. 

becnus : — some sort of fish. 

beconagium : — contribution for 
the maintenance of beacons. 

bedelaria : — the office of beadle, 
or district to which his office 
extends ; bedeUary. 

bedellus : — a beadle, or bedell. 

bederipa. See bedrepium. 

bedrepium : — bedripe, harvest 
work done by tenants as a 
customary service ; it some- 
times means a definite 
amount, perhaps a day's 
work. 

bedripus. See bedrepium. 

bedum : — the portion of a mill- 
stream which turns the 
wheel and is boarded up 
to increase the force of 
water. 

belfredus : — a belfry. 

belgiga : — a ear, a chariot. 

bellicrepa : — a muster. 

belligerare : — to make war. 

bellum : — a battle ; used, as the 
English word is, to denote 
a portion of an army ; a 
ju(Hcial combat, duel. 

benda : — a band, either metal or 
stuff ; a bar ; a bend 
(heraldic). 

beneficiare : — to confer a benefice 
on ; to enfeoff. 

benejicium : — a benefice, an eccle- 
siastical living or pro- 
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henevolentia : — a voluntary gra- 
tuity given by subjects to 
the king. 

benwrda : — benertbe, service with 
plough and cart. 

beodum : — a table. 

bera : — a bier. See beria, bersa. 

berbiagium : — a rent paid in 
sheep, or tax paid on sheep. 

berbicaria : — pasture for sheep. 

berbix : — a sheep. 

bercaria : — a sheepfold, sheep- 
cote ; a sheepwalk. 
bercarius : — a shepherd. 
bercelettus. See braeelettus. 

berdare : — to beard or bard wool, 

i.e., to cut the head and neck 

off the fleece. 
berebruius : — a man who takes 

charge of and distributes 

beer (?). 
berefredus, berefridus : — a belfry. 
berewicka : — a village or hamlet. 
berfrarium : — a military engine. 
beria : — an open plain. 
berkeria. See bercaria. 

bernaca : — a bernicle goose 

{anser bernicla). 
bernarius : — a forest oiiicer ; a 

bearward ; a beardog. 

bernix : — varnish. 

berra : — a heath, or moor. 

bersa: — the fence inclosing a 

park ; an inclosure. 
bersare : — to hunt ; to shoot. 

ber sarins : — a hunter ; a forester 

or park-keeper. 
berseletta, berseretta : — a small 

hound, used for fallow deer. 
berihonas bertona. See bartona. 



berwica : — a village or hamlet. 
berziza : — beer, or perhaps wort. 
besacutum. See bisacuta. 
besantus. See bisantius. 

besca, bescha : — a spade ; a 

shovel. 
bescare : — to dig. 
bescarium : — a spade. 

bescata : — as much land as a 
man can dig in a day. 

beschillum : — a spade. 

besticB : — beasts (deer or cattle, 
usually the former). 

betagius : — a serf whose lord is 
a church or convent. 

beudum : — a table. 

bever : — a beaver {castor fiber). 

betJerinus, beverius : — of beaver. 

bibatio :-^drinking. 

biberagium : — beverage. 

biberia, biberrium : — an afternoon 
lunch, bever. 

bibina. See biberia. 

bibis, cum suis : — error for 
vivis (?), livestock. 

bibletum : — a place where rushes 

grow. 
bibona : — a spout. 
bica : — a bees' nest ; a beehive. 
bicarius : — a bee-keeper. 
bicoca : — a turret. 
bidellus : — a bedell ; a beadle. 
bidens : — a pitchfork. 
bidripa. See bedrepium. 

bidua : — a female sheep from 1 
to 2 years old, a gimmer. 

biduana : — a fast of two days. 



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bif oralis : — with two doors or 
shutters. 

biga : — a two-wheeled cart ; its 
load. '^Anfflice, a wagon," 
in a deed temp. Jac. I. 

bigarius : — a carter. 

bigata : — a cart load. 

bigera : — a doublet. 

bigustrum : — a primrose. 

bilagines : — bye- laws. 

bilheta : — a bill ; a billet. 

bilettum : — a billet. 

bilinguis : — (of a jury) part Eng- 
lish and part foreign. 

billa : — a bill. 

billetiim : — a billet ; a state. 

billia : — a branch ; a post. 

billio : — money of copper, or 
copper and silver ; buUion. 

billus : — a stafE or stick. 

bilneta : — a passport. 

bina : — a pair-horse cart. 

bindum : — a bundle ; a bind of 
eels is 250 ; a stalk of hops ; 
used also for skins. 

binnarium : — a fishpond, an 

error for vivarium (?). 
bino: — a ploughtail ; a cart pole. 
bipalium : — a spade. 

birrettum: — a thin close-fitting 
cap ; a coif. 

bisacuta : — a two-headed axe ; a 
black bni, a twybill. 

bisanttus : — a besant, a gold coin, 
first issued by the emperors 
of Byzantium, worth about 
a ducat ; a bezant in 
heraldry. 



bisantius albus : — a silver besant, 
worth about 2s. 

bisantius de plata : — The same. 

biscoctus, biscotus : — ^biscuit. 

bisius. See bisus. 

bisque tta : — part of a castle. 

bissa : — a hind. 

bisus : — ^lawn ; cambric. 

bisus panis : — brown bread. 

bivernagium : — second crop. 

bizachius : — a baselard, a cutlass. 

bizantium. See bisantitis. 

bladarius : — a comchandler. 

bladum : — com. 

blanchetta, blanchetum : — a wool- 
len garment worn under 
armour. 

blanchetus : — a blanket. 

blanchiatura : — reduction of base 
money to its true value. 

blanci : — white money, sterling. 

blancum : — a silver coin, worth 
8d., coined by Henry V. in 
France. 

blancum argentum : — money 
tested at the Exchequer as 
to its fineness. 

blancum firme : — blanch farm. 

blandella : — a cloak ; a blanket. 

blanhornum : — a horn. (A.-S. 
blauhorn. ) 

blaserius : — an incendiary. 

blaudius. See blodeus. 

blaunchetta. See blanchetta. 

blaundella. See blandella. 

blendus. See bluedius. 

blesiia : — turf. 



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hlestro : — a branch. 

hlestura : — branches. 

hleta : — peat. 

blettro : — a branch. 

bleutus : — blue. 

bltda, blidus : — a catapult. 

blodeus,blodius: — deep red; blue. 

blondus : — yellow ; fair-haired. 

bluedius, bluetus : — blue. 

blundus. See blondus. 

blurus : — bald. 

hocardo : — a prison. 

bocca : — a boss. 

bocellus. See botellus. 

boculus : — a bullock. 

boffa : — budge, lamb fur. 

bogetta : — a budget. 

boia. See buia. 

boisiare : — to rebel. 

boissellus : — a bushel. 

bokorammus : — buckram. 

bolare : — to play at bowls. 

boldagium, bolhagium : — a cot- 
tage. 

bolengarius : — a baker. 

bolla : — a bowl ; three-quarters 
of a pint ; a boU, 6 bushels. 

boloninus : — a boloner, an Italian 
gold coin of two kinds, old 
boloners and Papal bolo- 
ners, bearing on one side 
the Resurrection, on the 
other S. Thomas the Apostle 
of India or Mary Magdalene, 
the former being slightly 
more valuable. 

bombarda, bombardus : — a cannon. 



bombicina : — a hacqueton, a jack, 
a quilted tunic. 

bombosus : — noisy. 

bombycinium : — padding. 

boncha : — a bunch ; a bank. 

bondagium: — villenage; slavery; 
a tenement held by a viUein. 

bondemonnus : — a bondman. 

bondus : — a serf ; a slave. 

borachia : — an erection for fish- 
ing. See burochium. 

borda : — a plank ; a hut ; a small 

farm. 
bordagium : — tenure by which 

bordarii hold. 
bordaria : — a cottage. 

bordarius : — a cottier ; also pro- 
bably a farm-labourer living 
at the farm-house ; a table 
servant; an inferior domestic 
servant. 

bordellus : — a small house. 

bordus, bordum : — a board. 

boriens, borientalis : — north. 

boscagium : — food which trees 
yield to cattle, as mast and 
acorns. 

boscar. See bostar. 

boscarium: — a wooden house; a 
cowhouse. 

boscarius : — a woodman. 

boscus : — a wood. 

bosia, bausia : — treason, felony. 

bosiare, bausiare : — to rebel. 

bosonus : — a weapon, perhaps an 
arrow. See buzo. 

bostar, bostarium : — a stable for 

oxen. 
bostarius : — a gravedigger. 



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hostio : — a cattle driver. 

hotay botta: — a boot; a bunch; 
a bundle ; a bottle (of bay). 

botellarius : — a butler ; a bottle 
maker. 

hotelier ia : — a buttery, or butlery. 

botellus : — a bottle ; the stomach. 

hotescarlus : — a boatman. 

botha : — a booth. 

hothagium : — payment for per- 
mission to erect booths at 
fairs and markets. 

bothena : — a barony, lordship. 

bothna, buthna : — a park for 
cattle. 

botillum : — a bolteU, i.e. a round 
moulding or bead ; a small 
shaft in a clustered column. 

boio : — a button. 

hotonare : — to button. 

botracium : — a buttress. 

botrus : — a cluster. 

botta. See bota. 

bottellaria. See botelleria. 

bounda : — a boundary. 

bovaria : — a cattle-shed. 

bovarius : — an ox-herd. 

bovata terra : — an ox-gang. 

boveria, boverium : — a cattle- 
shed. 

bovetta : — a heifer. 

bovettus : — a steer, a young ox. 

boviculus : — a young ox, but not 

the same as bovettus. 
bovina : — a stable for oxen ; a 

cow-house. 
bozetum : — cowdung. 



braca terra : — a ridge of earth, a 
balk. (Fr. braye.) 

bracalia : — breeches. 

bracco : — a brache,a small hound ; 
often means a bitch. 

bracelet tus : — diminutive of bra- 
cetus. 

bracenarius : — a huntsman. 

bracetus, bracheta : — a brachet, a 
hound for hare and fox, a 
beagle (?). 

bracha : — a cloak. See bracco. 

brachanum : — a carpet (?). 

brachia : — some fixed fishing en- 
gine. 

brachiare : — to brew. 

brachiata : — an armful ; a fathom. 

brachinum : — a kneading trough. 

braciare : — to brew. 

braciatorium : — a brewhouse. 

bracinum : — a brewhouse ; a 
brew. 

braconarius. See bracenarius. 

braelli : — breeches. 

braesium : — malt. 

bragetiim : — bragwort, or bi-acket, 
a drink flavoured with honey 
and spice. 

bragmannus : — a robber, ma- 
rauder. 

brandium : — buckram. 
branda, brando : — a torch. 
brandones: — the first week in 
Lent. 

brandonis vel brandonum dies : — 

the first Sunday in Lent. 
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hr annus : — a fish, probably a 
bream [abramis brama). 

brao : — a ham ; a gammon, pos- 
sibly a misreading of baco. 

braseum : — malt. 

brasiare : — ^to brew. 

brasiaria : — a malthouse ; a 

brewery. 
brasiator : — a maltster ; a brewer. 
brasina : — a brewhouse. 
brasinagium : — brewing. 

brasinum : — the quantity of beer 
brewed at one time. 

brasium : — malt. 

brasorium : — a brewhouse. 

brassata : — a measure of 6 feet. 

brattea : — a leaf of metal, foil. 

bravium : — a prize. 

breca : — half a virgate (Worcester 

Priory Reg.). 
brecca, brecka : — a breach. See 

also braca. 
brechia. See braca, brecca. 
bredna : — a bream. 
breidura : — embroidery. 
breisna : — wethers. 
brella : — starch. 
bremia : — a bream. 
bremium : — bran. 
breinulus : — a bream. 

brenagium : — a rent paid in bran, 
for the feed of the lord's 
hounds. 

brenna, bretmia : — a bream {ab- 
ramis brama). 

brennium, breno : — bran. 

bresmia, bresna, bresnia : — a 
bream. . 



bretaschia : — a stockade. 

bretechia, bretesca : — a stockade. 

brethachia : — a stockade. 

brethachiare : — to fortify with 
stockades. 

bretnia : — a bream. 

breve : — a writ. 

breviarium : — a breviary. 

brevigerulus : — one who carries 
and serves writs. 

brevis : — a brief. 

brevitor : — a writer of writs. 

bria : — a liquid measure. 

brianneum seruitium : — same as 
brenagium (?). (Selby 
Coucher, f. 1225.) 

briga : — contention ; tumult. 

brigandinarius : — an officer in 

command of a brigade. 
brigata : — a brigade. 
Brigittensis : — a nun of the order 

of St. Bridget. 
broca : — a tap. See brocJia. 

brocagium, broccagium : — a bro- 
ker's hire ; brokerage. 

brocatus : — stitched. See brocha. 

broccarius, broccator : — a broker. 

brocella : — a wood. 

brocellum : — brushwood. 

brocha, broccus : — an awl; a 
packing needle ; a spit. 

brochia : — a pitcher. 
. brochus : — a stick of eels, i.e. 25. 

broculator : — a brewer. 

brodiellum :- — ^brewet, pottage. 

br odium : — broth. 



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hroidare, hroiderare : — to em- 
broider. 

brokettus : — a brocket, a stag in 
its second or third year ; 
but in CI. E. 21 Hen. III. 
m. 12, the word is applied 
to datnos, i.e. fallow deer. 

hrollium : — wood, esp. for game. 

broncheria : — Palm Sunday. 

brossus : — bruised. 

brttarium : — heather ; heath 
ground. 

brudatus : — embroidered. 

bruera : — heath. 

bruilletus : — a small coppice. 

bruillium. See brollium. 

bruisdatus, brusdatus : — embroi- 
dered. 

bruUium. See brollium. 

brumillus : — a bream {abramis 
brama). 

brunda : — a stag's horn. 

bruneta. See bumeta. 

brunus : — brown. 

bruscare : — to browse. 

brtiscia : — a wood. 

bruscus : — brush ; broom plant ; 
a beehive. 

brussura, brusura : — a bruise. 

brusua, brusula : — browse; brush- 
wood. 
bucca, bucia. See bussa. 
buccare : — ^to puff. 
buccula. See bucla. 
bucecarlus : — a boatman. 
bucellum : — a leather bottle. 
buceium : — a cattle stall. 



bucla : — a boss ; a buckle. 
buclarium : — a buckler. 
bucula : — a buckle. 
buculus : — the rim of a shield. 
buda : — a mat. 
budeUus. See bedellus. 
bufetum : — a board, a cupboard. 
buffa : — a large ship (error for 

bussa ?). 
bugerannum : — buckram. 

buffo : — a stump, a log. (Fr. 
buche.) 

bugula : — a buckle. 

buhurdicium : — a tournament. 

buia, buio : — the two parts of a 
fetter. 

buillo. See bullio. 

bujectum : — budge, lamb fur. 

bukelarius : — a buckler. 

bulengerius : — a baker. 

buletellum : — a sieve. See bul- 
tellum. 

bulettare : — to boult. 

bulga, bulgium : — a budget ; a 
portmanteau ; a bale. 

bulla : — a seal ; a papal bull, 
sealed with lead or gold. 

bullare : — to append a bulla or 
seal. 

bullaria : — the office where the 
bulla was appended. 

bullatus : — sealed. 

bulleria : — a salt house (?). 

bullio: — a measure of salt, 12 
gallons ; a measure of al- 
monds ; bullion. 

bullire : — ^to boil. 



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hultellum, bultellus : — a sieve ; 
bran ; the refuse of meal 
after it is dressed by the 
baker. 

bunda :— a boixndary. 

bundare : — to bound. 

bundellus : — a bundle. 

bur a : — ^a lock of hair or wool. 

burbalia, burbilia : — the numbles 
of a deer. 

burbulium : — a bubble. 

burburium. See burhalia. 

burcerius : — the captain of a 
ship. 

burcida : — a thief, a cutpurse. 

bur dare, burdeare : — to jest; to 
joust. 

burdeicia, burdicium : — a tourna- 
ment. 

burdo : — a staff. (Fr. bourdon.) 

burdus : — a board. 

burellarius : — a bureller, maker 
of borel, or maker of yarn. 

burellator : — a bureller. See 
burellarius. 

burellatus : — barred. 

burellus : — borel or burrel, a 
coarse brown or grey wool- 
len cloth made in Normandy 
as well as in England (Fr. 
bureau) ; a cupboard ; a 
borrell, a boring tool. 

burgagium : — the service whereby 
a borough is held ; a dwell- 
ling-house in a borough ; 
burgage. 

burgare : — to break into a house, 
to commit burglary. 

burgaria : — ^burglary. 

burgarius : — a burgess. 



bur gator : — a burglar. 

burgemotus : — an assembly of 
burgesses. 

burgensts : — a burgess ; a towns- 
man. 
burgeria : — burglary. 

burgesaticum : — land held by bur- 
gage tenure. 

burghgeritha : — a fine for breach 
of the peace in a town. 

burglaria : — burglary. 

burgulariter : — burglariously. 

burgus : — a borough. 

burlemannus : — the constable's 
assistant at a Court leet. 

burneta, burnetum : — cloth made 
of dyed wool ; a kind of 
bird. 

burniciator : — a burnisher. 

burochium : — a small weel for 
taking fish, a burrock. 

burrellus. See burellus. 

bursa : — an exchange, a meeting 
place of merchants. 

bursaria : — a bursary. 

bursarius : — a bursar ; a purse 
maker. 

burscida : — a cutpurse. 

bursesaticum. See burgesaticum. 

burum : — a room. 

bur us : — a husbandman. 

btcsca : — underwood ; firewood. 

buscardus : — a transport ship. 

buscare : — to cut underwood. 

buscarlus : — a seaman. 

buscellum. See bucellum. 

buscha,buscia: — underwood. See 
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husellus : — a bushel. 

busones : — chief persons 
{barones ?). 

bussa : — a great ship. The Eng- 
lish buss is a fishing boat. 

bussellus : — a bushel. 

bussio : — a bush. 

busta : — a box. 

butariiis : — a butler ; a boot- 
maker (?). 

buteleria, butellarium : — a but- 
tery. 

hutelhis. See botellus, 

buteus : — a boat. 

buthsecarlus. See buscarlus. 

buthum. See buttiim. 

buticularia : — a buttery. 

buticularius : — a butler. 

butirum : — butter. 

butisellus : — a small bottle. 

butta, butticum : — a butt of wine. 

butticella : — a buttery. 

buttileria : — a buttery, or but- 
lery. 

but turn terra: — a butt of land, 
the end of a ploughed field. 

buturum : — butter. 

buxeria : — a plantation of box 
trees. 

buya. See buia. 

buzardum : — a transport ship. 

btizo : — the shaft of an arrow. 

bycus : — boxwood. 

byzantius. See bisantius. 



0. 

caabla : — a cable. 

caabulus : — a machine for throw- 
ing stones, a perriere. (Fr. 
chaable.) 

caballus : — a horse. 

cabana : — a cabin. 

cabdellus : — a chief judge at Dax. 
(Fr. chadelerre.) 

cabdolium : — a castle or chief 
building in a town. 

cabla : — a cable. 

cableicium, cabltcia, cablicium : — 
windfall wood ; brouse wood, 
cabHsh. 

cabo : — a stallion. 

cacepolhis : — a catchpole, or in- 
ferior bailiff. 

cacherellus : — a catchpole. 

cachiagium : — packing, or pay- 
ment therefor. 

cacor. See chasor. 

cada : — a cade of herrings, 600 
of 6 score to the 100. 

cadaverator morine : — a man who 
removes the carcases of 
sheep dead of murrain. 

cadia : — a piece of firewood. 

cadicla : — a weaver's shuttle ; 
the woof. 

cadium : — a quay. 

CcBsar : — the emperor. 

casareus : — imperial. 

cafagium : — a stall ; a cage ; a 
pen. 

caffa : — some silk stuff. 

cagia : — a net for hunting ; a 
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cairellus : — a quarel, a crossbow 
bolt. 

calacha : — a shoe. (Fr. galoche.) 

calafurcium : — gallows. 

calamandrum : — a kerchief. 

calamar : — a penner. 

calamistratus : — lazy; effeminate. 

calangia, calangium : — a chal- 
lenge ; a claim. 

calbla : — a cable. 

calcari : — to be assessed for. 

calcaria, una : — a pair of spurs. 

calcarius : — a spurrier. 

calcea, calceia : — chalk ; a causey, 
or causeway; a street; pave- 
ment. 

calcea fur a : — livery. 

calcesta : — white clover. 

calceta, calcetum : — lime ; a 
causey, or causeway ; a 
street ; pavement. 

calcifurnium : — a limekiln. 

calcitura : — shoeing horses. 

caldaria : — a caldron. 

caldearium, caldelliim : — caudle. 

calderium : — a caldron. 

caldo : — entrails. 

caledeus : — a Culdee. 

calef actor cerce : — a chafewax, an 
officer in the Court of Chan- 
cery. 

calefagium : — the right of taking 
fuel. 

calefurcium : — gallows. 

calendce : — rural chapters held on 
the first of the month. 

calendare : — to make a list ; to 
calendar. 



calendarium : — a list; ; a calendar ; 
a table of contents. 

calengiare : — to challenge. 

caleptra : — a cap. 

calfagium : — fuel. 

calificare. See qualificare. 

caligarum, unum par de: — "one 
pair of woollen cloth Vene- 
tians" (1601). 

calix : — a chalice. 

calixtorium : — a limekiln. 

calmacia : — calm weather. 

calmetum : — marsh. 

calopodium: — a shoemaker's last. 

calumnia: — a challenge; a claim. 

cahimniare: — to challenge; to 
accuse ; to claim. 

calumniatio : — right of challenge. 

calumniator : — a claimant ; an 
accuser. 

calyx : — a chalice. 

camacatus : — made of camaca. 

camahutum : — a cameo. 

camaka : — camaca, a material of 
which eciclesiastical gar- 
ments were made, perhaps 
silk, camlet (?). 

cambellanus : — a chamberlain. 

cambiare, cambire: — to exchange ; 
to trade ; to keep a bank. 

cambiator. See cambitor. 

cambipartia. See campipartitio. 

cambire. See cambiare. 

cam.bitio : — exchange. 

cambitor '. — an exchanger, a 
moneyer. 

cambium,: — an exchange; a mint. 



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cambra. See camera. 

cambuca, camhuta : — a pastoral 
staff, a crosier. 

cambucarius : — one who bears a 
crosier. 

cambutio : — exchange. 

cambutta: — stilts; crutches. 

cameloium : — camel's hair cloth. 

camera : — a crooked plot of 
ground ; a chamber. 

camera stellata : — the Star 
Chamber. 

cameralis : — chamber (adj.). 

cameran'a : — the ofiBce of cham- 
berlain. 

camerarius : — a chamberlain. 

cameria : — the office of chamber- 
lain. 

camerlengus :— -a chamberlain. 

camicia : — a shirt. 

caminus, camimim, : — a road ; a 
chamber ; a chimney ; a 
stove. 

camisia : — a shirt ; an alb. 

camoca : — a silken garment. 

campana : — a bell. 

campanarium : — a belfry, 

campanarius : — a bell founder. 

campanella : — a little bell. 

Campania : — open country. 

campanile : — a belfry. 

campanus : — country (adj.). 

campartum : — part of a lai^er 
field, which would otherwise 
be in common ; or the right 
of the lord to take a certain 
share of the crop. 

campedulum : — a cope. 



camper turn. See campartum. 

campestralis : — open country. 

campestraius : — wearing short 
drawers. 

campio : — a champion. 

campipars. See campartum. 

campiparticeps : — a champertor. 

eampipartitio : — champerty, a 
bargain with the plaintiff or 
defendant in a suit to have 
part of the thing sued for. 

campgare : — to exchange, to 
traffic. 

campsor : — a banker ; an ex- 
changer ; an exchequer offi- 
cer. 

campus : — field (heraldic). 

canabasium, canabus : — canvas. 

canapeum : — a canopy. 

eanardus : — a great ship. 

cancella : — the chancel of a 
church. 

cancellare : — to delete writing 
by drawing lines across it ; 
to cancel. 

cancellaria : — chancery. 

cancellarius : — a chancellor. 

cancellatura : — cancelling. 

cancellum : — the chancel of a 
church. 

cancer a :— a crab, a sort of cap- 
stan for moving heavy 
weights. 

eandelaria : — Candlemas. 

candelarius : — a chandler. 

candelatio : — Candlemas. 

candelossa : — Candlemas. 

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candidarius : — a launder, a wMt- 
ster. 

candredum. See cantreda. 

canella : — cinnamon. 

cariellus : — a gutter, a kennel ; a 
tube or tap for drawing 
wine. 

canestellus : — a basket. 

caneva : — a buttery ; a cellar. 

canevacium : — canvas. 

canfara : — ordeal by hot iron. 

canipulus : — a short sword ; a 
knife. 

canna : — a rod used for measur- 
ing land ; a can. 

canniare : — to heap up straw or 
reeds. 

canonia, canonicatus : — a ca- 
nonry. 

canonicus : — a canon, a preben- 
dary. 

cantaredus. See cantreda. 

cantaria : — a chantry. 

cantarista : — a chantry priest. 

cantellum : — a lump ; that which 
is added above measure. 

cantera : — a gantry, or gantril, 
a four-footed stand for bar- 
rels, or for a travelling 
crane. Perhaps the same 
as cancer a. 

canto : — a canton (heraldic). 

cantor : — a chanter ; a precentor. 

cantreda, cantredus :■ — a cantref, 
a Welsh division of a county, 
a hundred villages. 

cantus : — a corner ; an angle ; 
some part of a wheel. 

capa : — a mantle ; a cope ; a cap. 

capana : — a pot-hook. 



caparo : — a hood. 

capella : — a cap ; a chaplet ; a 
short mantle ; a reliquary ; 
a chapel ; the furniture of 
a chapel. 

eapellania : — a collegiate church; 
a chaplaincy ; a chapelry ; 
a vicarage. 

capellanus : — a chaplain. 
capellaria : — ^^a chapelry. 
capellarlus : — a capper. 
capelletum : — a headpiece. 
capellula : — a small chapel. 
capellum, capellus : — a cap ; a 

helmet. 
capicerius : — a vestry keeper. 
capicium. See capitium. 
capillar e : — a coif. 

capisterium : — a sieve ; a bam, a 
granaiy ; a bed-curtain. 

capistrius : — a maker of halters. 

capitagium : — chevage, poll- 
money ; a bolster. 

capitale : — a chattell ; a thing 
which is stolen, or the value 
of it ; a hood ; a pillow. 

capitale vivens : — hve cattle. 

capitalis : — chief. 

capitales acrw : — headlands, the 
parcels of a common field at 
right angles to the long 
strips. 

capitalitium : — poll money. 

capitaneus : — a captain. 

capitare : — to abut. 

capite, tenere in : — to hold in 
chief. 

capitegium : — a hood, a cap. 



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capiteUtim : — the capital of a 

pillar. 
capitiarius. See capicerius. 
capitihivitim : — Palm Sunday. 

cnpitium: — a hood; a cap; the 
head of a bed ; a headland ; 
the east end of a churcli. 

Citpitula. See cnpitulum. 

capitulare : — to divide into 
chapters ; to make articles 
of agreement ; to meet in 
chapter. 

capitulariter : — in chapter. 

capitulum : — a chapter ; a chap- 
ter-house. 

cappa : — a mantle ; a cope ; a 
Qap ; the top part of a flail. 

cappilegium : — the strap whereby 
the two parts of a flail are 
united. 

caprarius : — a goatherd. 

capsella : — a chest. 

captennium : — protection ; tax or 
homage as an acknowledg- 
ment thereof, esp. in Guienne. 

captio : — capture ; custody ; a 
prison ; ransom. 

captivus : — a caitiff ; a wretch ; 
unfortunate. 

captura : — a weir. 

caput : — the first day of a month. 

caputagtum. See chevaghim. 

caputium. See capitium. 

carabus : — a lighter ; a coracle. 

caracalla : — a cloak ; a hood. 

caracca, caracia : — a carrack. 

caragius : — a sorcerer. 

caraxare : — to write. 

carhonare : — to make charcoal. 

M. 



carbonartus : — a collier. 

carbonator : — a charcoal burner. 

carbonella : — a steak. 

carcannum : — pillorj' ; prison. 

carcare : — to load ; to charge. 

carcasium, carcoisixim : — a car- 
case. 

cardetum : — a carr, a low marshy 
place where alders grow. 

cardinalis : — a cardinal. 

cardtolus : — a snipe. 

cardus : — a card, for carding 
wool ; a playing card. 

carea: — a cart. 

careata : — a cartload. 

carecta : — a cart. 

carectarius : — a cai ter. 

carectata : — a cartload. 

careia : — a cart ; a load. 

careium, ear ey urn: — service of 
carriage. 

carellits: — a quarel, a crossbow 
bolt. 

carelta : — a cassock. 

carentinilla, carentivillus : — can- 
vas. 
careta, caretta : — a cart. 
caretarius : — a carter. 
car gar e : — to load. 

cariagium : — service performed 
with a cart ; a baggage 
train. 

car tare : — to carry. 

cariatio : — carriage. 

carica : — a fig. 

carinutus : — a cockney. 

cariscus : — an evergreen tree. 

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caristare : — to make dear. 

caristia : — dearth. 

caritativus : — charitable. 

cor/a;:— sedge. 

carnarium : — a charnel-house. 

carnator morine : — a man who 
slaughters sheep affected 
with murrain. 

carnehrevium. See carniprivium. 

carntllare : — to crenellate ; to 
embattle. 

carries ferinm : — venison. 

carnicapium: — Shrove Tuesday; 

carnival. 
carnifex : — a butcher. 
cartiificiiim : — a meat market. 

carnipnviu7n {carnis privktm) : — 
fasting ; Lent ; Shrovetide. 

carogium : — a car which bears a 
standard. 

carolare : — to sing. 

caronator, caroynator. See car- 
nator. 

carpatince : — thick boots. (0. E. 
okers. ) 

carpentagium : — payment for 
wood- work. 

carpentarium : — wood- work. 

carpentarius : — a carpenter ; a 
cartwright. 

carpetor, carpetrix : — a carder of 
wool. 

carptare: — to card. 

carra : — a car. 

carracutium : — a chariot. 

carrata : — a cartload ; a carat. 

carrea, carrcia : — a cartload ; a 
cart; the light of carriage 
through a place. 



carreta : — a cartload ; a carat. 

carrica, carrucha : — a ship of 
burden ; a large Portuguese 
ship. 

carrietare : — to carry. 

carrochium : — a standard on a 

cart. 
carruca, ^'c. See caruca, ^'c. 
carta, ^-c. See charfa. 
cartallus : — a creel ; a hamper. 

cartare : — to convey by charter 

or by cart. 
carnagium. See carucagium. 

caruca:— a. plough; a plough 
team ; a plough land. 

carucagium : — a tribute imposed 
on ploughs or plough- 
lands ; liability to plough 
service. 

carucarius : — a ploughman. 

carucata : — a plough-land, the 
size of which varied. It is 
mentioned as containing 
" centum acras ad perticam 
nostram'' (CI. Eoll. 19 H. 
iij. m. 8) ; and in the 15th 
cent, we find "ij. carewes 
and a half of lond con- 
teynjng Ixxx. acres." 
(E.G. P. 51, 314.) In some 
places it was 240 acres, or 
8 oxgangs ; a team of oxen 
sufficient to work a carucate, 
i.e., eight. 

carucatarius : — one who holds 
land by plough tenure. 

carucator : — a carter ; a plough- 
man. 

carula : — a box. See karula. 

carvana : — a caravan. 

car vela : — a caravel, a sailing 
ship with a square poop, 
about 120 tons. 



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casale : — a village. 

casamentum. See casata. 

casata, casatum, casatiira : — a 
house with land sufficient to 
maintain a family ; a hide 
of land. 

casatus : — a tenant. 

caseatrix : — a maker of cheese. 

eassare: — to quash, to annul. 

cassatio : — nullification. 

cassatus : — a tenant. 

cassea : — a box. 

cassidile : — a purse, pocket, or 
small coffer ; a gamebag, a 
pouch. 

cassus : — a case, a box. 

castellania : — the office of keep- 
ing a castle. 

castellanns : — the owner or cap- 
tain of a castle. 

castellaria, castellarium : — the 
precinct or jurisdiction of a 
castle. 

castenaria : — a chestnut tree. 
casto : — the bezil of a ring. 
castrimergus : — a woodcock {sco- 

lopax ritsticola). 
castro : — a wether. 

casula : — a small house or 
church ; a chasuble ; a 
casket (?). 

casumn : — cinders. 

catabulum : — a shed. 

catacrina : — the hip. 

calallum : — cattle ; chattels ; 
capital ; principal. 

catantrum : — a trendle. 

catapulta : — a broad arrow. 



catascopus : — an archdeacon ; a 
bishop. 

catatista : — a scolding cart. 

catator : — a cathunter. 

catellare : — to tickle. 

catellarius : — a pedlar. 

catenare : — to chain. 

cathedraticuin : — See due, a pen- 
sion paid by parochial 
ministers to the bishop as 
composition for his interest 
in fii'st fruits and offerings. 

cathedratus : — consecrated (of a 
bishop). 

cathenare : — to chain. 

cathenarius : — a watchdog, a 

bandog. 
catillare : — to mew, as a cat. 
cattinus : — of catskin. 

cattus, cat us : — a cat ; a military 
engine to protect from mis- 
siles soldiers attacking the 
wall of a town, called in 
classical Latin tinea. 

catzurus. See chacurus. 

cancel turn : — a causey. 

caula : — a sheepfold. 

caulamaula : — a flute. 

caulare : — to fold sheep. 

catima : — thatch. 

cauniare. See canniare. 

cautelis : — careful, cautious. 

cautio : — a bond. 

cauzea : — rubble. 

cavalgata : — a cavalry expedi- 
tion. 
cavanna : — an owl. 

cavaria : — a coin ; a narrow 
path. 

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cavilla : — the ancle ; a pog. 

cawagium : — a stall, cage, pen. 

cay a : — a quay. 

caymiticus : — fratricidal, mur- 
derous (from Caym, a 
medieval form of Cain). 

cayrelliis : — a quarel, a crossbow 
bolt. 

cayum : — a quay. 

cebum : — tallow. 

cecuUcula : — a spark. 

cedilla. See schsdula, 

celarium : — a spence, a buttery, 
a cupboard. 

celato7-ium : — a coverlet. 

celda : — a chaldron, 36 bushels ; 
the same as selda, a stall. 

celdra : — a chaldron. 

celena ferren : — a scythe (?). 

celer : — the ceiler or canopy of a , 
bed. I 

celeragium : — cellarage, pay- 
ment for storing goods in a 
cellar. 

celia : — ale made from wheat; 
wort. 

cella: — a cell; a small monas- 
tery depending on a supe- 
rior house ; a close stool ; a 
saddle {sella). 

cellarium : — a cellar. 

cellartus, cellerarius : — a cellarer. 

celura : — a ceiler. 

cementarius : — a mason. 

cenacultim: — breakfast or lun- 
cheon ; a parlour. 

cenapium : — mustard. 

cendaluyn: — cendal, thin silken 
cloth. 



cendula : — wood for roofing a 

house. 
cenella: — an acorn. 
ceniveciare: — to carry in a barrow. 

cenivectorium : — a mudcart, a 
wheel-barrow. 

censa : — rent ; farm ; tax. 

censan'a, censeria: — a rent; a 
farm let at a standing rent. 

censariiis : — a farmer. 

censualis : — a person bound to 
pay a rent to a monastery 
or church, in return for 
protection. 

censuarius : — a farmer. 

census: — tax, tribute. 

centena : — a hundredweight ; a 
hundred. 

centenarius : — a petty judge under 
the sheriff ; a hundredor ; a 
centener, an officer com- 
manding 100 soldiers. 

centenus, centuria : — the division 
of a county called a hundred. 

cenionizare : — to arrange for sing- 
ing. 
cenluclum : — cloth. 

centum : — sometimes used declin- 
able in the plural. 

ceola : — a long boat or ship ; a 

keel. 
ceorlus : — a churl. 
cepa : — a sand eel (?). 
cepes : — a hedge (sepes). 
cephalia : — headache. 
cephalus : — a blockhead. 
ceppa : — stocks. 

ceppagium : — the stump of a tree. 
ceppus : — a stump. 



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cepum : — tallow (cebum). 

cerayium : — waxscot, payment 
for tlio supply of candles in 
a church. 

cercella : — a teal (anas crecca. 
Fr. sarcelle). 

cerchia : — a search. 

ceresuni : — a cherry. 

cerevisia, cervisia : — beer. 

cerisum : — a cherry. 

cerna : — choice ; sort. 

ceroferarws : — a candle hearer, 

an acolyte. 
ceroteca : — a glove {chiroteca). 

certijicare, certiorare, certorare: — 
to certify, to inform. 

certitudinaliter : — certainly. 

certum letcB: — cert money, paid 
yearly by the tenants of 
some manors to the lord. 

cerura : — a mound or fence ; a 

lock. 
cerussa : — white lead. 

cerverettus, cervericeus, cerreri- 
tius, cams : — a staghound. 

cervicale : — a bolster. 

cervisidrins, cervisiar: — a brewer; 

a tenant who pays rent in 

beer. 
cespitare : — to stumble. 

chacea : — a chace ; the right of 
hunting ; a right of way 
for cattle, droveway. 

chaceare : — to hunt. 

chaceattis : — chased (of plate). 

chacepollus. See cacepollus. 

chacia : — a countertally. 

chacurus : — a horse or hound for 
hunting. 



chalendra. See chelindra. 

vhnlo : — a scapulary ; a counter- 
pane, a chalou. 

chamberlaria : — the office of 
chamberlain. 

champertor. See catnpiparticeps. 

chamus : — a horse's bit ; a head- 
stall. 
characiare, charaxare : — to write. 

charnarium: — a charnel-house; a 

cemetery. 
charreya : — a cartload. 
charta : — paper ; a charter. 
charla partita : — a charter-party. 
chartare : — to convey by charter. 
char tula : — a small charter. 

chartulare: — a cartulary, a re- 
gister of charters. 

chasor : — a horse for hunting. 

chatia zabuli : — silting up with 

sand. 
chaudmella : — chaudmedley, 

much the same as chance 

medley. 

chauma : — reeds or sedge. 

cheldrum : — a chaldron or chal- 
deru, 36 bushels. 

chelindra : — a flat boat. 

cheminagiurn : — cheminago, chi- 
miuage ; a toll paid for a 
road through a forest. 

cheminata : — a chimney. 

cheminus : — a road ; the right of 
carting crops through 
another's land. 

chepingahulum : — tax paid at 
market. 

cherechsectum ', — church scot. 

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cherigmannus : — one ■whose duty 
it was to inspect and fix the 
boundaries of a manor. 

cherisetum, chersetlum : — church 

scot. 
cheruca : — a vane, a weathercock. 

cheva: — a shive, the bung in 
which the vent peg is 
inserted. 

chevacia selionum : — the heads of 
the furrows. 

chevagium: — poll money paid by 
villeins to their lord, " ne 
vocentur per capita^'' or on 
their marriage or for licence 
to leave his land ; or to a 
man of power for his pro- 
tection; also used for pay- 
ment by the king at shrines. 

chevalchia : — cavalr}' ; a cavalry 
expedition ; military service 
as cavahy. 

chevantia : — a loan of money. 

cheverillus : — a cockerel ; a roe- 
buck. 

cheveringus, chevero : — a rafter; 
a joist ; a chevron. 

chevicia : — a loan. 

chevescia, chevisca;, chevitice. : — 
heads of ploughed land, 
headrigs. 

chevtsare : — to obtain by agree- 
ment. 

cheviseritm : — a headstall. 

chimenea : — a chimney ; a fire- 
place. 

chimera : — a riding cloak ; a cope. 
chiminachium, chhninagiuyn. See 

chemmagium. 
chiminus. See cheminus. 
chinlura : — a strip of land. 



chirographare : — to grant by in- 
denture. 

chirographarius : — a c h i r o- 
grapher, writer of chiro- 
graphs. 

chirographum : — a chirograph, a 
public instrument of con- 
veyance, attested by wit- 
nesses ; an indenture. 

chirogrophus : — an officer of the 
Common Pleas who en- 
grosses fines. 

chirotheca : — a glove, a gauntlet. 

chivagium : — payment by nativi 
to their lord for liberty to 
leave his lordship. See 
chevagium. 

choercere: — for coercere. 

chorepiscopus : — a suffragan 

bishop. 
chorisfa : — a chorister. 

chorus : — the choir of a church ; 
a crowth or crowd, a musical 
instrument of Wales and 
Scotland, played with a bow. 

chrisma : —consecrated oil ; any 
ceremony at which it is 
used, as extreme unction. 

chrismale : — the cloth laid over a 
child's head at baptism. 

chrismatorium : — a chrismatorj', 
a vessel to contain conse- 
crated oil. 

Chris ticola, Christianicola : — a 
Christian. 

chrotta : — a crowd, a fiddle. 

chursetum : — church scot. 

chymera : — for camera. 

ciborium : — a canopj' or ceiler 
over the altar ; a metal 
vessel to contain the sacra- 
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cibutum : — a meat safe. 

ctccus : — for siccus. 

cicer : — cider. 

ciffus, cifiis : — a cup {sct/phus). 

cilicium : — a hair shirt. 

cillaba : — a taLle dormant. 

cimbia : — a churn ; a fillet. 

aimer ia : — the crest on a helmet. 

cimijlo : — a stoker. 

ciminum : — cummin. 

cindalum : — cendale. 

cindula, scindula : — shingles, 
lath for roofing. 

cingnottus, cingnotus : — a cjgnet. 

cingula. See cindula. 

cipha : — a sieve, a measure of 
about 5 qrs. 

cipharius : — a cup maker. 

ciphra : — a cipher. 

cippus : — the stocks. 

circa : — a watchman. 

circada, circa tn : — a fee paid to 
the bishop or archdeacon at 
his visitation ; church shot, 
a measure of corn or other 
produce paid by each house- 
holder to the bishop. 

eircator : — a person whose duty 
it was to go the rounds, esp. 
in a cathedral or monastery. 

circinatorium : — a covering for 
the altar. 

circinnare : — to arrange in a 
circle. 

circulare : — to put hoops to ; to 
turn. 

circulator : — a cooper; a turner. 

ciricsetum : — church scot. 



cirografum. See chirographum. 

cirotheca. See ckirothe.ca. 

cirpi : — rushes. 

cisara, cisera : — cider. 

cisimus : — ermine. 

cissor (scissor) : — a tailor ; a 

shearman. 
cithera'or, cithero : — a harper. 
citolla : — a cittern. 
cittila : — a jug. 
civera, civeria : — a wheelbarrow. 

cives : — in some cases an elected 
body of citizens who after- 
wards became aldermen. 

civilisia : — a civil lawyer. 

claccare : — to clack wool, i.e., to 
cut off the sheep's mark, 
whereby it weighs less and 
yields less custom. 

clada, eludes : — a hurdle or 
wattle. 

cktia : — a hurdle or wattle. 

clamancia : — a claim. 

clamare : — to claim. 

clamatio : — a claim. 

clamator : — a crier ; a claimant. 

clameum, clamium : — a claim. 

clamivus : — an accuser. 

clamor : — complaint ; demand. 

clamor papillaris : — hue and cry. 

clamum: — a claim. 

claret um : — a liquor made of 
wine, honey, and spices; 
red wine. 

clarijicatio : — anniversary of a 

Eaint's death. 
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clario : — a trumpet. 

classatorium : — a clapper. 

clcissicum : — a peal of bells. 

elates : — a hurdle or wattle. 

clatravvs : — a latch. 

clatrum : — an enclosure. 

clausa : — a clause. 

clausella : — a closet. 

clausicula : — a closet. 

clausio : — fortification. 

claustralis : — living in a cloister. 

ckmstralitcr : — in convent man- 
ner. 

claustrum : —the precinct of a 
monastery ; the cloister. 

claiistura : — brushwood used for 
fencing, &c. 

clausum : — a close. 

clausum Pmca or Paschce: — the 
Close of Easier, the Sunday 
after Easter, Low Sunday. 

clausum Pentecostes : — Trinity 

Sunday. 
cluusura : — an enclosure. 
claiia, clava : — a club or mace. 
clavica : — a privy {cloaca), 
clacicula : — a notch, a nock. 

claciyarius : — a lorriner, a bit 
maker. 

clavinarius : — a keeper of keys (?). 

clavis. See clavium, clavus. 

eluvium : — a clove. 

clavus • — a clove, a weight used 
for wool and other goods, | 
7 lbs. or 8 lbs. 

dawn : — a close of land. 

claya : — a hurdle or wattle. 



clea, cledUf cleia : — a hurdle or 
wattle. 

clenodium : — a jewel, a present. 

clericatura : — the status of clergy- 
man ; clergy. 

clericus : — a clerk, a clergyman. 

clerimonia : — an assembly of the 
canons of a cathedral or of 
the members of a convent ; 
religion ; sobriety. 

cleronomus : — an heir. 

clerus : — the clergy ; a clerk. 

t clet/a, clicla : — a hurdle or wattle. 

i clipsadra : — a waterclock {clep- 
sylrd). 

clito : — a prince; an a3theling. 

clilorium : — a click et ; a latch. 

clilunculus. See clilo. 

clittum: — a tire for a wheel. 

See clutium. 
cloca, clocha : — a bell ; a cloak. 
clocarium : — a belfry. 
clocherium : — a belfry. 
clostura. See claustura. 
cluariuni : — a forge. 
clucetta : — a elicket. 
clunabulum : — a dagger, worn at 

the side. 

clusa : — a sluice ; a fish stew ; a 
monastery ; a pass between 
mountains. 

clustella : — a lock of hair. 

clutarium : — a forge. 

clutium, clutum : — a shoe ; a 
horse-shoe; the tire for a 
wheel, or perhaps knobs to 
serve the same purpose. 

clutus : — a cloth ; a clout. 



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cnipulus: — a knife, a short sword. 

cnolla : — a knoll, the top of a 

hill. 
cmislicium : — a rivet. 

coadunare : — to collect. 

coagulatorium : — a churn. 

cobba : —a cobloaf ; a bun. 

cocarius : — a cook. 

coccula : — a coarse woollen blan- 
ket or mantle. 

coconellus: — a cockney. 

cocula : — a cogue, a drinking-cup 
in form of a boat. 

codificatio : — repairs. 

codrt'nus : — poor. 

ccenubium : — a convent. 

cqfa : — a cup. 

ciifata : — a cupful. 

cnfeoffatus : — a joint feoffee. 

cnffera : — a coffer. 

cofferarius : — a cofferer. 

cnj^num, cojfinus : — a coffer ; a 
coflBn. 

cnffra, cofrum : — a coffer. 

coga, cogga: — a cock -boat or 
coggle, a small sailing-boat. 

cogniare : — to coin. 

cognilio : — homage; cognisance; 
armorial bearings. 

cognitor: — a judge; an informer. 

cogo. See coga. 

cohuagium : — a toll paid at a 
market or fair. 

cui/a: — a coif, the head-dress 
worn by serjeants-at-law. 

coigniare : — to coin ; to stamp. 

coinagium. See cunagium. 



cokettum : — a custom-house seal ; 
a receipt for the payment of 
custom. 

cokeitus: — cocket bread, a su- 
perior, but not the finest 
sort. 

cokilla : — a shell. 

cokiniis : — an inferior servant. 

coksetus :— a coxswain. 

color ium : — a collar. 

colatorium : — a sieve ; a colander. 

colera : — a collar. 

colerettus : — a necklace. 

culerium : — a collar. 

coUberlus : — a teaant in socage. 

colideus : — a Culdee. 

colingaria. See coningeria. 

coUactanea : — a fostermother. 

collar dum. See cuillardum, cul- 

lardits. 
collare : — a ruff. 

collarius : — carrying a load on 

the neck. 
coUationare : — to collate. 
collecta : — a collection. 
collectaneus : — a companion. 

collectare, collectarium : — a book 
containing collects. 

collistrigium :— a pillory. 

colobium : — a tunic without, or 
with short, sleeves ; a 
tabard. 

colonellus : — a colonel. 

color : — rhyme. 

color are : — to rhyme. 

colpictum : — a pole. 

colpo : — a fragment ; a small 
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columhare: — a dovecote. 

columbaria : — putlog holes. 

coliimbarius : — a keeper of 
pigeons. 

coltimbella : — a pigeon. 

colustrum : — new milk. 

comba : — a combe, valley. 

combustio : — trial of money at 

the Exchequer. 
comes : — an ealdorman ; a count ; 

an earl. 

comes do : — dinner. 

comitatio, comitatus : — a county ; 
a county court. 

comitiva : — a company. 

commandare. See commendare. 

commarchia : — a frontier. 

commaler, coramatrix : — used for 
the relationship between 
one who has held a child at 
baptism and the mother, 
0. E. gomin ; a godmother. 

commenda : — a deposit; when a 
benefice is given to a lay- 
man, or to a clerk for a 
time, it is said to be given 
iti commendam ; a com- 
mandry, a benefice in the 
order of the knights of St. 
John. 

commendare : — to lend, to de- 
posit ; to order ; to put one- 
self under the protection of 
another. 

commendatarius : — one who holds 
a living in commendam. 

commendatitlus :— of commenda- 
tion, esp. literw. 

commendatus : — a person who 
puts himself under the pro- 
tection of his supfrlor by 
doing voluntary homage. 



commensale : — board ; diet ; com- 
mons. 

commenmlis : — a fellow-boarder, 
fellow-commoner. 

commensare : — to begin. 

commissarius : — a commisparj', 
one who exercises spiritual 
jurisdiction by commission 
of a bishop. 

commissio : — a commission. 

commissionarius : — one who acts 
by commission ; a commis- 
sioner. 

commonitio :- summons. 

commorancia : — dwelling, re- 
sidence. 

commotJmm: — a commote, a 
quarter, or some say a half 
of a cantred. 

communa : — common land or pro- 
perty ; right of common ; 
commons ; a community ; a 
fiscal regulation. 

communantia: — the communance, 
the folk having the right of 
common. 

communare:— to enjoy the right 
of common. 

communaris : — a fellow-citizen. 

communarius, commimiarius : — a 
commoner. 

communes : — coajmons at a col- 
lege or Inn of Court. 

communia : — a corjwration or 
community. 

communia (pi.) : — commonalty ; 
commons ; ordinary business 
of a court. 

communia : — commons. 

communiare : — to have right of 
common. 



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communicare : — to have right of 
common. 

communis clericus : — common 
clerk, or clerk of the com- 
mons, now called town clerk. 

communis pasture : — common of 
pasture. 

communitas : — commonalty ; 
sometimes all the citizens, 
but in this case usually 
communitas civium. 

communitas civitatis : — the com- 
monalty of the city, the 
court or council. 

comortha : — a collection, espe- 
cially that made at mar- 
riages, and when a priest 
said his first mass. 

comothus. See commothum. 

compagator : — a sufiFragan bishop. 

companagium : — anything eaten 
with bread ; the right of 
having meals together. 

comparticfps, compartionarius : — 
a copartner. 

compassare : — to compass. 

compatsr : — a godfather. 

compausare : — to cease, to rest. 

compellare :— to cite ; to accuse ; 
to compel. 

compellativus : — an accuser. 

compertorium : — a j udicial in- 
quest in the civil law made 
by delegates. 

compestralis. See campeslralis. 

compeslratus. See campestratus. 

complectorium, completoriiim : — 
compline, about 7 p.m. ; 
supper. 

complicatorium : — a counting 
board, a counter. 



compostiare : — to manure. 

compostum : — manure. 

compotus : — an account. 

comptista : — an accountant. 

compurgator : — one who swears 
to another's innocence. 

computatorium: — a counter, a 
reckoning board ; the Coun- 
ter, the name of two prisons 
in the Poultry and Wood 

Street. 

computoria : — a counting-house. 

computorium. Sre computato- 
rium. 

computoriun rotulutor : —a comp- 
troller. 

computus : — an account. 

coiialis murus : — a gable wall. 

concelamentum : — concealment. 

concelare : — to conceal. 

concelatio : — concealment. 

concelator : — a concealer, a man 
who finds out concealed 
lands. 

concernere : — to belong ; to con- 
cern. 
concides : — felled trees. 
conclave : — a parlour. 

concubiculum, concuhile : — a bed 

for two. 
condare : — to give at the same 

time. 
condictum : — a mandate, an 

edict ; a tribunal, a court. 

condiyena : — a fellow-country- 
man. 

condorsutn : — a ridge or low 
hill (?;. 

conductarius : — a man employed 
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conductus : — a conduit. 

conduclus, sulcus : — a safe-con- 
duct. 

condulus : — a buzzard (buteo vul- 
garis). 

conduus : — a pear tree, esp. 
Quarendon. 

conestabulus, conestahilis : — a con- 
stable. 

confinium : — a boundary. 

conjiscure : — to confiscate. 

confottamen : — comfort. 

covfraya : — brtaking down trees. 

confratria : — brotherhood ; con- 
spiracy. 

confruslare, confrnslrare : — to 
break in pieces. 

conyius : — a measure contain- 
ing about a gallon and 
a pint. 

conyrua, conyrus : — a conger 
{conyer vulyaris). 

coninya : — a rabbit ; a rabbit 
skin. 

coninyeria : — a rabbit warren. 

conjecturare : — to guess. 

conjunctorius : — a joiner. 

conquestare : — to acquire, to con- 
quer. 

conquestus : — property acquired 
(by iuheritance or conquest 
or otherwise). 

conquinare : — to defile. 

conredium. See corredium. 

conscisorlum : — a guidon, a small 
standard. 

consequentia : — a precedent. 

considtrare : — to deciee ; to 
award. 



consistorium : — a council or as- 
sembly of ecclesiastical per- 
sons, or place of justice in 
a spiritual court ; a seat at 
table; a meal. 

conspicatio : — cleaning. 
constabilia : — ward. 
conslabilis : — a constable. 
constahularia : — the ofiice of con- 
stable. 
constabularhis : — a constable. 
consluma : — custom. 

consucludinarius : — customary ; a 
custumal, a book containing 
the rites of divine offices, or 
the customs of a monastery ; 
a man subject to feudal 
services. 

consuetudo : — custom, used, as 
the English word, for a 
paj-ment imposed on mer- 
chandise. 

consuelura : — use. 

consulator: — a counsel, a coun- 
cillor, used especially in 
Guienne. 

consultarius : — a councillor. 

co7itenementum : — freehold land 
attached to a man's dwel- 
ling-house ; what is neces- 
sary for a man's mainten- 
ance. 

contentare : — to pay ; to denote. 
conthuralis : — husband or wife. 
contiyuari: — to be near. 
contra : — against, i.e. in time for. 
contrabrtve : — a counter writ. 
contrada : — a country. 
contrafacere : — to imitate, to 
counterfeit. 



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contra/actor : — an imitator, a 

forger. 
contrafactura : — a counterfeit. 
contraiare : — to oppose. 

contramandatum : — a lawful ex- 
cuse which a defendant 
alleges by attorney, to show 
that the plaintiff has no 
cause of complaint. 

contramurale : — an outwork. 

contraplacitum : — a counter-plea. 

contrapositio : — a plea or answer. 

contrariare : — to oppose. 

contrariparius : — a corrival, a 
dweller on the opposite 
bank ; a beater on the 
opposite side of a river 
when hawking. 

contrarotulalio : — comptrolment. 

contrarotulator : — a comptroller. 

contrarotulum : — a counter-roll. 

contrata : — a country. 

contratallia : — a counter-talh'. 

contratalliator : — a counter- 
talleyer. 

conttivare : — to contrive. 

eontrofacere : — to counterfeit. 

contus : — a pestle. 

conus : — a corner. 

conveancia : — conveyance. 

conveare : — to convey. 

conveiancia : — a conveyance. 

convenire : — to summon, to con- 
vene. 

conventinare : — to covenant. 

conventio : — a covenant. 

conveniionare : — to covenant. 



conversiis : — a lay monk, lay 
brother ; a converted Jew 
or Mahommedan. 

conviator : — a fellow traveller. 

convitiare : — to rail at. 

cooperlectoritim : — a coverlet. 

coopero. See coprones. 

cooper tia, conpertio : — bark and 
broken wood of felled trees. 

coopertor : — a tiler ; a thatcher. 

coopertorium : — a coverlet ; a 
roof; a cuirass. 

coopertiim : — covert. 

cooper tur a : — a covert ; a cuirass ; 
coverture, the condition of a 
married woman ; thatch. 

coopertus eqitus : — a barded 
horse. 

coopicium : — coppice. 

copa : — a cop of corn, " sc. xx. 
garbie " (Sussex) ; of peas, 
15 or 16 sheaves. 

coparcenaria : — coparcenary. 

coparticeps : — a coparcener. 

copecia : — coppice. 

coper o. See coprones. 

cnperosa '. — copperas. 

copertortum. See coopertorium. 

coper turn : — cover for game. 

cophinus : — a coffer ; a coffin. 

copia : — a copy. 

copiare : — to copy. 

copicia : — a coppice. 

copla : — a couple. 

copo : — twigs. 

coppa. See copa. 

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coprones : — twigs. 

copucium '. — a coppice. 

copula : — a couple for hounds ; a 
joist ; a tiebeam. 

coqua. See coga. 

coquarius : — a cook. 

coquinarius : — the kitchen 
steward in a monastery. 

coraagium : — a tribute of certain 
measures {corns) of corn ; or 
perhaps the same as cor- 
nagium. 

coralius : — a currier. 

corarius : — a currier. 

corballum, corbella : — a basket. 

corbanus : — a rural dean [ple- 
banus) in Ireland. 

corbellus : — a corbel, a project- 
ing piece of timber to sup- 
port a weight. 

corbio : — a basket maker. 

corbis : — a hive. 

corbona : — a priest's treasury or 
strong box. 

corda : — a cord ; a measure of 
land, 22 feet ; a cord of 
wood, 8 or 10 feet bj' 4 feet 
by 4 feet. 

cordarius : — a rope maker. 

cordebanarius, corduanerius : — a 

cordwainer. 
cordelatus : — corded. 
corderius : — a rope maker. 

cordewana, corduana : — cordwain, 

Cordovan leather. 
corduanarins : — a cordwainer. 
cordula : — a string. 
corerius : — a courier. 
coretes : — weirs. (Welsh, cored.) 



corgigatorium : — a churn. 

corigia, corigium. See corrigia. 

corilelum : — a hazel copse. 

corluvus : — a curlew {numenius 
arquata). 

cormusa. See cornamusa. 

cornagium : — cornage, homgeld, 
paj'ment for right to graze 
cattle on moor or common ; 
a rent or tax paid on oxen. 

cornamusa : — a cornemuse, a 
Cornish bagpipe. 

cornare : — to blow a horn. 

cornarius : — a horner ; a horn 
blower. 

cornellatus. See carnellare. 

cornera, cortieria, cornerium: — a 
corner. 

cornicallus : — a corn on the foot. 

corniculare : — to blow a horn. 

cornisare, cornuare : — to blow a 
horn. 

corodium, Sfc. See corredium. 

coronale: — a wreath, a crown. 

coronamenium : — coronation, 

coronare : — to crown ; to make a 
person a priest ; to perform 
the tonsure. 

coronarius : — a coroner. 

coronatio : — coronation. 

coronator : — a coroner. 

coronellus : — a colonel. 

coronix : — a cornice. 

corositas : — rottenness. 

corporate, corporarium : — a cor- 
poras. 

corpus castri: — the castle without 
the surrounding town, &c. 



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eorralius : — a currier. 

correctarius : — a licensed broker. 

correiliarius : — the holder of a 
corrodj. See corredium. 

corredium, corridium : — a cor- 
rodj', money or allowance 
due by a monastery to the 
founder for the maintenance 
of one of his servants ; an 
allowance of any kind; a 
livery. 

corrigia : — a strip of land, leather, 
&c. ; a girdle ; a shoe latchet. 

corriyiarius : — a girdltr. 

corrodiutn. See corredium. 

Cortina : — a curtain. 

cortinarius : — a curtain maker. 

See cortinetus. 
cortinatus : — curtained. 

cortinetus '. — a man in charge of 

the king's tents. 
cortis : — a courtj^ard. 
cortularium : — a farmyard. 
corulus : — hazel. 

cor us : — a corn- measure, perhaps 

8 bushels, 
corusla : — used for chorista. 

corcata, corveia : — compulsory 
work done by tenant for 
lord. 

rorrersarius, eorvisarius : — a 
cordwainer ; a cobbler. 

cosdtima : — custom. 

casta : — a rib, a side ; a basket ; 
cost. 

eostamejitum : — cost. 

costera : — coast. 

costerillum : — a flagon. 

rostillayium : — a rent in the 
Channel Islands. 



costiterunt : — they cost. . 

costrellus : — a drinking cup, 
often of wood. 

costula : — clove (of garlic, &c.). 

costuma : — custom. 

cota : — a cot ; a tunic ; a hat ; a 
eheepcote. 

cotagium: — a cottage, originally 
meant the land attached to 
a cot. 

CO tar ins : — a cotter. 

cotellus : — a cottage. 

coterellus : — a servile tenant ; a 
bandit. 

coteria, coterium : — a cottage. 

cotmannus : — a cottager. 

cotsethla : — a cottage, a small 
farmhouse. 

cotsethus, cotsetlus, cotsetellus : — 
a cottager. 

cotuca : — a cloak ; coat armour. 

couperagium : — cooper's work. 

coupiator : — a woodman. 

courba. See corvata. 

courearius : — a currier. 

courtepia : — a courtepye, a short 
cloak. 

covina, covinia : — covin, a com- 
pact for purposes of fraud. 

covinosits : — fraudulently. 

craantare. See creantare. 

craiera : — a crayer, or smack. 

crampo : — a crampon, a grap- 
pling iron, or metal fasten- 
ing in jewellery. 

cranagium : — libertj"- to use a 
crane ; profit made by a 
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cranare : — to lift goods with, a 
crane. 

crannocum : — a crannock, a mea- 
sure of corn ; a basket. 

crariolus : — a rake. 

craspiscis : — a whale. 

crassipulum : — a cresset. 

cratera : — a chest or coffin. 

craticula : — a gridiron ; a lattice. 

cratis : — a wattle ; a crate. 

cravare : — to impeach. 

creancia : — credit. 

creantare : — to give security for. 

creantum : — security. 

creca, crecca : — a creek. 

eredentia : — faith, belief ; a small 
table to hold the vessels of 
the altar. 

cremcntuni : — increase. 

rremium : — refuse tallow. 

crenellare. See rarnellare. 

creputellus : — a cracknel. 

crescens : — a crescent. 

cressans : — a crescent. 

cresta : — the crest of a bank. 

crestare murum : — to complete 
the top of a wall with coping 
stones. 

crestura : — coping ; the ridge of 

a roof. 
cretena, cretinus : — a torrent. 
crevacia : — a crevice, a crack. 
crevina : — increase (?). 
crimuinum : — crimson. 
crinium : — the skull. 

cristianare : — to convert to 
Christianity. 



crocardus : — a crocard, bad 
money, prohibited by 
statute 27 Edw. I. 

croccus : — a crowbar. 

crocea, crocia : — a crook ^ a cro- 
sier ; investiture of epis- 
copal sees ; dress worn by 
regular canons. 

crociarius : — a cross-bearer. 

crocus : — a crook. 

croeria : — a shrike {lanius ex- 

cubitor). 
crofeta, crqfia, croftum : — a 

croft ; a close. 

cromio: — a strap. {Yv. creim.) 

cronarius :—a, man in charge of 
farm stock. 

cronnus : — a measure of four 
bushels. 

cropa, croppa, croppus : — a crop ; 
twigs. 

See crocea. 



-a crowd, a fiddle. 



crotia 

crotta 

crucesignatus : — a crusader ; one 
who has taken the cross. 

crucibulum : — a cresset. 

crucifer : — a Crossed or Crutehed 

Friar. 
crufta : — a croft. 
cruppa : — a horse's croup. 
criippariiim : — a crupper. 

crusiatus : — having taken the 
cross. 

crustare : — to daub ; to plaster. 

crustum : — embossed plate. 

crux : — sometimes used for crus. 

crypta : — a chapel or oratory 
under ground. 

cubare : — to lie down. 



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cubicare : — to go to bed. 

cucneus. See cuneus. 

rueulla, cucullus : — a long, full 
garment without sleeves ; a 
cape ; a cowl. 

rucullattts : —wearing a cowl ; a 
monk. 

eufa : — a cup. 

eufata : — a cupful. 

cuillarda : — a chilver, a ewe 
lamb. 

cuillardum: — a spoonful, ladleful. 

culagium : — placing a ship in ; 
dock ; keelage. j 

culcitra : — a cushion, a bed. i 

Culdeus : — a Culdee, clergy in j 
Scotland and Ireland from 
the 6th to 11th centuries 
whose chief place was lona. 

culigna : — bellows. 

cullardus : — a wether (?). 

culmus : — sometimes used for 
culmen. 

etUtellarius : — a cutler. 

rulvertagtum : — confiscation; ser- 
vitude. 

rumba : — a coomb, a measure of 
corn, 4 bushels. 

rumbla : — a roof ; a ridge. 

cumgrnus : — a conger. 

cumelingus : — comeling, i.e. newly 

arrived, used of cattle. 
cumillia : — equality (?). 
cuminum : — cummin. 

cumulus : — the chancel of a 
church ; vaulting ; a straw- 
rick or pook of corn. 

cuna : — coin. 

cunagium : — coinage ; stamp. 
M. 



cunare, cuneare : — to com. 

euneragium : — some toll. 

cunere : — to coin. 

cuneus : — a stamp ; a coinage ; a 
mint. 

cunicularium : — a rabbit warren. 
cuniculus : — a coney, a rabbit. 
cuningeria : — a rabbit warren. 
cuninus : — a rabbit. 
eupa : — a cup. 
cuparius : — a cooper. 
cupatorium : — a vat. 
cuperagium : — cooperage. 
cuperius : — a cooper. 
cuppa : — a ship of burden ; a 

lighter ; a cup. 
cupperius : — a cooper. 
curagulus : — a caretaker. 

fttra//u/n :— coral; some kind of 
com or meal. 

curator : — an attorney in ecclesi- 
astical cases. 

curatus: — careful; a clergyman 
in charge ; with cure of 
souls (of a benefice). 

curba : — some piece of timber. 

eurcula : — a cable. 

curda : — a measure used for 
spices. 

curetarius : — a curator ; an ex- 
aminer. 

curia : — a court ; frequently used 
for curia Rotnana, meaning 
simply Rome. 

curialis, littera : — court hand. 

curialitas : — courtesy. 

currifrugium : — a riddle, a sieve. 

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cursalis : — current. 

cursaria. See cursoria. 

curserius : — a coiirser (horse). 

curso :■ — a ridge of land. 

cursor : — a courier ; a crier. 

cursoria : — a swift ship. 

curia. See curds. 

Curtana : — Curteyn, the name of 
the sword of Edward the 
Confessor. 

curtena : — a curtain. 

curtilagium : — a curtilage, a 
courtyard or piece of land 
near a house. 

curtiles terra : — court lands ; de- 
mesne lands. 

curtillum. See curtilagium. 

curtina : — a curtain. 

curtinatus : — curtained. 

Curtis, curtus: — a court; a court- 
yard ; a house and farm ; a 
pound, a pinfold. 

curtisanus : — a courtier. 

curuca : — a carrack, a large Por- 
tuguese ship. 

cussina : — a cushion. 

custa, custagium, custamentum, 
custantia : — cost. 

custamentum : — sometimes used 
for custodia. 

custare : — to cost. 

custodes bonorum ecclesia : — 
churchwardens. 

custodia : — wardship ; a ward of 
a town. 

custuma : — custom. 

custumannus : — a customary 
tenant. 



custumare : — to assess for pay- 
ment of custom ; to pay 
custom. 

custumarius : — customary ; sub- 
ject to payment of custom ; 
a collector of customs. 

custus : — cost. 

cutellarius : — a cutler. 

cutellus : — a knife. 

cuteus : — of skin. 

cuva :— a vat. 

cuvarius : — a cooper. 

cyclas : — a long garment, close 
at the top and wide below. 

cylicium : — a hair shirt. 

cyrenarumpilus : — sealskin. 

cyrographum, &e. See chiro- 
graphum. 

cyula : — a ship. 



D. 

dacra, daker. See dicra. 

dadus : — a die. 

daeria : — a dairy. 

dagus : — a dais. 

daia : — a dairymaid, or man. 

daiera : — a dairy. 

daila, dailus : — a ditch ; a certain 
measure of land. 

daimeretta. See damerettus. 

daina : — a bushel ; a day's work. 

dalmatica : — a dalmatic, a dea- 
con's vestment ; a tunicle. 

dalus. See daila. 

dama : — a buck or doe. 



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damerettus, damericius : — a hound 
used for fallow deer. 

damisella. See domicella. 

damma : — a dam. 

dammtis : — a buck. 

damnum : — damage. 

damtis : — a buck. 

danegildum : — danegeld. 

dangeria : — a payment made by 
forest tenants for liberty to 
plough and sovr during pan- 
nage time, lessilver, or 
lef silver. 

dangeritim : — liability to confisca- 
tion. 

dapifer : — a sewer ; a steward of 
the household ; a cellarer ; 
a bailiff of a manor. 

dapiferatus : — stewardship. 

dapiscida : — a carver. 

dapsiferus : — festal. 

dapsilitas : — an act of liberality. 

dardus : — a dart. 

darsi* : — some kind of fish. 

data : — the date of a document. 

datarius : — a datary, an officer of 

the Roman chancery. 
datilis, dattilus : — a date (fruit). 
datium : — tribute ; t-ix. 
dauberium : — plaster work, dab. 

davata : — a *'daywercke,"orfour 
perches. 

daya : — a dairj'man, or maid. 

dayaria, dayeria : — a dairy. 

dayJa. See daila. 

deadvocare : — to disavow ; to re- 
fuse ; to give up a suit. 



deafforesfare: — to disafforest, to 
bring forest land into culti- 
vation. 

deal bare : — to whiten. 

dealbaiio : — a white dress worn 
by a candidate or novice. 

dealbator: — a whitewasher, 
dauber. 

deamhulatorium : — an ambula- 
tory. 

dear es tare : — to free from arrest. 

deawarennare : — to dis-warren. 

debata, debatum : — a debate, a 
dispute. 

dehatahiJis : — debateable. 

debere : — sometimes means " is 
supposed to." 

debilis : — worn. 

debitatus : — indebted. 

debrtare: — to intoxicate; to in- 
undate. 

debriatus : — drunk. 

decaisatus : — decayed. 

decalcare : — to whiten. 

decanatus :— a deanery. 

decania, decenna : — a deanery ; a 
tithing ; a f riburgh. 

decantca: — ^^an ecclesiastical 
prison. 

deeanus : — a dean ; a borsholder, 
chief of the friburgh ; a 
dozenner, a tithing man. 

decarneUatus: — having the cre- 
nellation destroyed. 

decasus : — decay. 

decaudare : — to dock the tail. 

decena. See decania. 

derendtum : — aperiodof ten days. 

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decenna : — a tithing. 

decennaria: — the jurisdiction of 
a tithing-man. 

decennarius : — a tithing-man, 
a dozenner. 

decimabilis : — titheable. 

decim(B : — tithes. 

decimare : — to tithe. 

decimatio : — tithes ; paying a 
tenth part. 

decimus primus : — eleventh. 

decipula : — a trap, a snare. 

decius : — a die. 

decolpare : — to cut down. 

decostare, decosticere : — to cost. 

decretal es : — decretals, papal 
letters containing decrees, 
or on matters in which the 
popes were consulted. 

decretista : — a person learned in 

the Decretals. 
decretum :— a decree, especially 

of the Pope. 

derrustare : — to strip off. 

decuria : — a tithing. 

decuriare : — to bring into order; 
totry(?). 

decurio : — a rural dean ; a tith- 
ing-man. 

dedtlectio : — loss of affection. 

deductus : — game ; hunt. 

defalcare : — to weaken ; to de- 
duct. 

defalta : — default ; negligence. 

defeasancia : — defeasance, a con- 
dition relating to a deed on 
the performance of which 
the deed is void. 



defendere : — to prohibit ; to re- 
fuse. 

defensa : — a fenced park, an en- 
closure. 

defensabilis : — easily defended. 

def ensure : — to defend. 

defensio : — a prohibition. 

defensiva : — fortification. 

defenso, in : — in defence ; of 
ground, enclosed for a time. 

defensiim : — an enclosure ; a pro- 
hibition. 

defensus : — custody. 

deferrare : — to unshoe a horse. 

defesancia. See defeasancia. 

defetus : — exhausted {effetus). 

dejigurare : — to disguise. 

dejlorare : — to pick flowers. 

deforciamentum : — deforcement, 
illegal occupation of pro- 
perty. 

deforciare : — to deforce. 

deforciatio : — holding goods in 
satisfaction for debt. 

deforciator : — a deforcer. 

deforestare. See deafforestare. 

deforis : — outside. 

defustare : — to beat, to cudgel. 

degelare : — to thaw. 

degistatus : — without joists. 

degradus : — stairs. 

deguttare : — to drop on ; to pour 
over. 

deia : — a dairyman, or maid. 

deimericius. See damerettus. 

deis, deisium : — a dais. See 
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deiwerca : — a day-work, or four 
perches. 

dekernellatus : — having the cre- 
nellation destroyed. 

delatura : — an accusation. 

delta : — some metal found in 
Derbyshire. 

delictus : — " a cokeney." 

demanda : — a demand. 

demand ar e :— to demand.; to cite. 

demanmm, demenium. See do- 
minium. 

demembrare : — to dismember. 

demorare : — to govern. 

demorari : —to demur. 

demullare : — to dread. 

dena : — a glen ; a coppice. 

denariata, denariatus :— a penny- 
worth. 

detiariu/a terra : — land worth a 
penn}' per annum, varying 
from one perch to one acre. 

denariis, in : — in coin. 

denarius : — a penny ; a penny- 
weight, i.e., 32 grains of 
wheat from the middle of 
the ear. 

denbera: — a pasture for pigs 
(swinecombe). 

denerata : — a pennyworth. 

denizutus : — a denizen. 

denna. See dena. 

densescere : — to grow thick. 

denies : — gratings. 

dentrix : — a pike {esox lucius). 

deobliyatio : — a release. 



deodanda, deodandum : — an ani- 
mal or thing forfeited for 
having caused a person's 
death. 

deosculatorium : — a tablet handed 
round to be kissed at mass, 
a pax. 

departura : — a departure. 

depersonare : — to insult; to de- 
grade. 

depicture : — to paint an image of. 

depositio : — the death of a saint, 
not a martyr. 

depreculcE : — beads. 

derationare. See disrationare. 

derobare: — to rob, to plunder. 

desamparare : — to yield, to re- 
lease. 
descus : — a dais. 
desicut: — as. 

despitus : — a contemptible person. 
desponsalia : — a betrothal. 

destitutio : — deprival (of an 

office). 
destrarius. See dextrarius. 
desubitare: — to attack suddenly. 

detachiare : — to seize goods by 
attachment. 

de tallia : — retail. 

deteriare : — for deteriurare. 

detestietiliire : — to castrate. 

detius : — a die. 

detractari : — to be torn in pieces 
by horses. 

detunicare : — to discover, 

devadiatus : — without sureties. 

devadimonizare: — to redeem from 
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deverium : — duty. 

devestire : — to give up possession. 

devillare : — to leave town. 

devisamenium : — a devise; a de- 
vice. 

devisare : — to devise ; to be- 
queath. 

devisatio, devisum : — a devise. 

dextrale: — a bracer, a vambrace 
or wardbrace. (Fr. garde- 
bras.) 

dextrare : — to turn to the right ; 
to walk on the right of. 

dextrarius: — a war horse, a 
charger. 

deya. See daia. 

deyla. See daila. 

diaconatiis : — the office of deacon. 

di aeon us : — a deacon. 

diapretus. See diasperatics. 

diarium : — daily food. 

diasperatus : — of various colours ; 
diapered. 

diatim : — dailj'^. 

dica : — a tally ; a deed ; foolish 
talking. 

d icons : — a dike. 

dicenarius. See decennarius. 

dicra: — a dicker, ten skins or 
pairs of gloves, ten bars of 
iron. 

dictator : — a person charged with 
the duty of considering and 
redressing infractions of a 
peace or truce ; an umpire. 

die tor : — an umpire. See dictator. 

dieta : — a day's journey ; an as- 
sembly; regimen; diet, i.e., 
the daily scrapings of metal 
in taking assays at Gold- 
smiths' Hall, which were 
j)eriodically melted up ; a 
da3'work of land. 



diffacere : — to maim, to destroy. 

diffagium : — neglect. 

difficidtas : — a tax. 

diffidare : — to defy ; to renounce 
allegiance to ; to warn off. 

di^fodere: — to dig up. 

difforciare : — to deforce. 

difusculus : — diffuse. 

digitale : — a thimble. 

digitare : — to point at. 

dignaritim : — a dinner. 

dtlatura: — an accusation [dela- 
tura). 

diligiatus : — outlawed. 

dimidicare : — to halve. 

dimidietas : — a half, a moiety. 

dimissio : — demise, making over 
properties by lease or will. 

dimissoricB literce : — letters from 
a bishop for the ordination 
of a person in another 
diocese. 

diacesis : — a diocese. 

dirationare. See disrationare. 

diribare: — to take away. 

dirmatia : — for A. S. deornett, a 
hunting net (?). 

disadvocare : — to deny, to dis- 
avow. 

disboscatio : — bringing woods 
into cultivation. 

discantus : — a chant. 

discare : — to make dishes. 

discarcare, discargare, discariare, 
discaricare, discarkare : — to 
unlade, to discharge. 

discifer : — a sewer ; a steward. 



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disclamare : — to 
claim. 



renounce 



dixclausus 



-open. 



disconfortare : — to cause uneasi- 
ness to. 

discontinuare : — to cease attend- 
ance. 

discopulare : — to uncouple ; to 
let loose. 

ditcrasia : — a disease. 

discredencia : — unbelief, mis- 
belief. 

discrimen : — the parting of the 
hair. 

discus : — a dish ; a desk. 

disfacere : — to dismember, to 
mutilate. 

dixforceare. See deforciare, 

disgerbiyator : — a hajmaker. 

disgradare : — to take away a 
man's rank. 

dishabilttare : — to disable. 

diskeritor : — one who deprives 
another of his inheritance. 

diskippagium : — \inshipping. 

disonerare : — to discharge. 

disparagare : — to disparage ; to 
marry to an inferior. 

disparagatio : — disjiaragement, 
marrying an heir or heiress 
below their degree. 

dispensa : — a warehouse. 

dispensarius, dispensator : — a 
steward. 

dispensa tori'um : — a steward's 
room. 

disper sonar e : — to insult; to de- 
grade. 

displicare : — to display. 



disportum : — amusement, sport. 

disratioctn'ire. See disrationare. 

disrationamentum : — deraign- 
ment ; proof. 

disrationare : — to prove ; to de- 
raign. 

disrobare, disrobbare : — to plun- 
der. 

dissaisina, disseisina : — an un- 
lawful dispossessing a man 
of his land ; disseisin. 

dissaisire, disseisire : — to dis- 
possess ; to disseise. 

dissaisitor, disseisitor : — - a dis- 
seisor. 

dissignare : — to break open a 
seal. 

dissimulare : — to refuse; to delay. 

dissipare : — to disappear, to 
scatter thf-mselves. 

distemperantia : — disease. 

disitgius : — a distych. 

distillare : — to drop ; to distil. 

distonatio : — discord. 

distreniatus : — rigorous. 

districts : — a strait ; a defile. 

districtio : — distress. 

■ districtus : — tax; fine; territory. 

d i sir ig tare : — to stride. 

distringere : — to distrain. 

distringibilis : — liable to distress. 

disturbancia. dislurbatio : — dis- 
turbance. 

disturbare : — to send away ; to 
disturb. 

disvadiare : — to receive or to re- 
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diurnalis : — as much, land as can 
be ploughed in one day 
with one ox. 

diurnare : — to pass the time ; to 
remain ; to journey. 

divadiare. See disvadiare. 

dividenda : — a dividend. 

divisa : — a device ; a devise ; a 
boundary ; a dole. 

divisibilis murus : — a party wall. 

doageria : — a dowager. 

doarium. See doktrium. 

dobelettum : — a doublet. 

docillus : — a faucet. 

docinna, documa : — a tithing, 
error for decenna. 

dodariu7n. See dotarium. 

dola: — a portion, a dole; a 
faucet. 

dolare : — to distribute. 

dolea. See dola. 

doleum : — a tun {dolium) ; also 
used for a hogshead. 

dulfinus : — the Dauphin. 

domanium. See domtnicum. 

domesticus :— -oi the same house 
(mouastery). 

domicelld, domicilla : — a young 
lady ; a servant ; a nun. 

domicellus : — the young son of a 
nobleman ; in the Roman 
Court, the same as came- 
rarius ; a servant in a mo- 
nastery. 

domifex : — a carpenter. 

domigei-ium : — danger ; power. 

domina : — a lady ; a dame. 

dominatio : — a demesne. 



dominatus : — lordship. 

domhiica : — Sunday. 

dvTninici panni: — Sunday clothes. 

domtnicum : — a demesne. 

dominicus : — of a lord ; used on 
Sunday. 

dominicus pants : — bread used at 
the Mass. 

dommigerium. See domigerium. 

dominium : — lordship. 

dominus : — a title applied to a 
peer, to a lord of a manor, 
to a clergyman, and to a 
bachelor of arts. 

domnus, dompnus : — a contrac- 
tion of dominus, used espe- 
cially for clergymen. 

donatissia : — as a gift. 

donativum : — a benefice given by 
the patron without presen- 
tation or institution. 

donator, donatorius : — a donor. 

donatus : — a donee. 

doracus : — a john-dory {zeus 
faber). 

dormiens mensa : — a table dor- 
mant, a fixed table. 

dorrea : — a john-dory. 

dorsale, dossale : — a dorser, dor- 
sal, dossal, tapestry hung 
against a wall, especially a 
cloth hung above an altar ; 
a pack saddle. 

dorsamentum: — used for endor- 
samentum. 

dorsorium : — a dosser, a basket 
to carry on the back. See 
dorsale. 

dortorium : — a dormitory, dor- 
tour. 



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dos : — a dowry, sometimes dower. 

dosserium. See dorsorium. 

dotalicium : — dower. 

dotarium : — a dower, the portion 
of a widow or wife. 

do lata, dotissa : — a dowager. 

dracena : — a tUlt-r. 

dragetum, dragium : — drage, a 
coarse kind of corn. 

dragma : — an ornament ; a gem. 

dranu :— a drain, a watercourse. 

draparius : — a draper ; a stan- 
dard bearer. 

drappus : — cloth. 

drasihium, drascium : — draff ; 
malt ; grains. 

drathium : — draff. 

drava : — a drove. 

draya : — a dray. 

drecca. See drana. 

drengagium : — the tenure by 
which drengi held. 

drengus : — a drench, the name 
given to certain military 
tenants who were put out 
of their lands at the Con- 
quest and afterwards re- 
stored. 

dressorium : — a dresser; a cup- 
board. 

dreva : — a thrave of com, 12 or 
24 sheaves. 

drey a : — a dray. 

droitura : — right. 

dromo, dromunda : — a dromound, 
a long, swift ship for passen- 
gers ; a warship, larger than 
a galley. 

drovia : — a drove. 



droviare : — to drive cattle. 

drotca : — a drove. 

druggeria : — a druggist's shop. 

duaria : — jointure ; dowry. 

dubbare : — to dub, ie., to beat 
cloth with teazles to raise 
the nap. 

i dubbator : — a dubber. 

I 

i duca : — a mould ; a last. 

j ducatus : — a dukedom ; a ducat, 
tir>t Coined in the du:-hy of 
Apulia ; a safe-conduct. 

ducillarius, ductillarius : — a tap- 
ster. 

aucillus : — a stopple. 

ducissa : — a duchess. 

ductillus : — a tap. 

ductor cants : — a lymehound. 

duellio : — a champion ; a duel. 

duellium, duellum : — trial by 
battle. 

dithketta : — a ducat. 

dumbula maris : — seaweed (?). 

duna : — a down, or hill. 

dunio : — a dungeon. 

dunnarium, dunum : — a down. 

duodena : — a dozen ; a jury of 
twelve men. 

duplachium : — error for duploy- 
tum, a cloak (?). 

duplica lus : — li ned . 

duploma t— a document with a 
counterpart ; a hasty jour- 
ney, two days' stages in one 
day {diploma). 

duribiiccus : — a slow speaker. 
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dux : — a duke. 

dyynarmm, dygnerium : — dinner. 

dytenum : — a ditty, or song. 



E. 



eabalus : — an alehouse (A. S- 
ealahus). 

ealhorda : — the right of assis- 
ing and selling ale and beer. 

easlintus : — the east coast, or the 
eastern side of a place. 

ebba : — ebb. 

ebdomada : — a week. 

ebdomiidarms : — a canon of a 
cathedral church, appointed 
weekly to take charge of 
the choir ; a priest ap- 
pointed for weekly duty in 
a monastery. 

ebiciilum : — the back of an edged 
tool. 

ebrietor : — a drunkard. 

ecclesia : — a church. 

edestium : — a building. 

edia: — help; ease; food. 

educamen : — a brood of chickens. 

efforcialiter : — by force of arms ; 
forcibly ; in force. 

efforciamenttim : — distraint ; in- 
quisition. 

efforciare : — to fine ; to distrain ; 
to compel ; to fortify ; to 
defend. 

effugare : — to drive or hunt out. 

egeator : — the skipper of a ship. 

eia : — an island, an eyot. 



einescia, eilnecia. See esnecia. 

eisi amentum. See aisiamentum. 

ejectum: — jetsom, wreck. 

ela : — an aisle. 

elarg amentum : — liberation ; in- 
crease. 

elargare : — to set free ; to put 
off ; to increase. 

elarg atio : — liberation. 

elbidus, elbus : — russet. 

eleemosyna : — alms. 

eleeni'isynaria : — an act of dona- 
tion ; a place where alms 
are distributed ; the office 
of almoner. 

eleemosynarius : — an almoner. 

elem,osina libera, pura, et per- 
petua : — frankalmoign. 

elemostnare : — to grant in alms, 
or in frankalmoign. 

elemosinarium : — an almonry; an 
almery, an aumbrey. 

elephantia : — leprosy. 

elgngare : — to remove to a dis- 
tance ; to eloign. 

eluvio : — a sewer. 

emarcidus : — withered. 

embassaria, embaxaria : — an em- 
bassy. 

embaxator : — an ambassador. 

em^baxatura : — an embassy. 

emenda : — amends ; a fine. 

emendare : — to make amends ; to 
correct ; to restore. 

emetidatio : — the power of correc- 
tion ; the right of assize ; a 
fine ; repair. 

emigranea : — megrim, migraine. 



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emissarium : — a sluice. 

emissaritis : — a stallion. 

emolare : — to grind tools. 

emologare : — to confirm. 

emphyteusis : — a lease in per- 
petuity or for a long term. 

emphytetita, emphyteota : — the 
holder of such a lease. 

emprisa : — an enterprise. 

emprumptntn : — a loan. 

emunitas : — for immunitas. 

enamelare : — to enamel. 

enarnatio : — flogging. 

encaustum : — ink. 

encrochiare : — to encroach. 

endorsanientum : — an endorse- 
ment. 

endorsare : —to endoi-se. 

endroma : — rough cloth, falding. 

endurare : — to endure. 

energumenus : — possessed by an 
evil spirit. 

enfranchialus : — enfranchised. 

enyleceria :. — Englishry ; being 
an Englishman. 

engleria. See enyleceria. 

enyrallatus : — ingrailed, with 
curved indentations (he- 
raldic). 

enyrossare. See inyrossare. 

enitia. See esnecia. 

enquesta : — an inquisition. 

ensaisinure : — to put in posses- 
sion ; to give seisin, 

enterclausum : — a screen (?). 

entrnre : — to enter ; to enter in a 
book. 



-overshoes or boots, 
— a monthly present, 



epicaliya :- 

epimenium 

or expense. 
episcopalia : — synodals or other 

payments by the clergy to 

the bishop. 
episcopare : — to make a bishop ; 

to act as a bishop. 

episcopatus : — a bishopric. 

episcopium : — a bishopric ; a 

bishop's palace. 
episcopus : — a bishop. 

epistolare : — a service-book cun- 

tainiug the epistles. 
epililium : — a birdbolt. 
epitoyium : — a gown. 

eqitalens : —a corrupted form of 

equivalens. 
eques : — a knight. 
eqnicium : — a ruler. 
equillus : — a hackney. 

equiiarius : — on horseback ; horse, 
as applied to a carriage or 
plough, &c 

equitator: — a rider, a forest 
officer. 

equitatura : — a riding or bag- 
gage horse ; cavalry ; 
knighthood. 

equitibiu : — the hock of a horse. 

equitium : — a stud of horses. 

equivalentia : — equality, 

eramentarium : — a saltpan, 

eremita : — a hermit. 

eremitoritim : — a hermitage. 

eremodivium : — a non-suit, 

ertfilum : — brass wire. 

eriquia. Sep herii-tus. 

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ernasium. See harnesium. 

erodius : — a gerfalcon {falco 
islandicus). 

erpica : — a harrow. 

erra: — a pledge (arrha). 

errarius cygnus : — a nesting 
swan (r). 

erraticum : — a waif or stray. 

erthmiotum : — a court held on the 
boundary of two lands 

erubiyinator: — a. writer of ru- 
brics ; a painter in red. 

eruyinator : — a furbisher. 

esbrancatura : — cutting off 
branches ; lopping. 

escaere : — to escheat ; to claim as 
escheated. 

escaeta : — an escheat ; a fallen 
branch ; entrails. 

escaetatio : — escheat. 

escaetaior, escaetor : — an eschea- 
tor. 

escaetrta : — escheatorship. 

escaetus : — escheated. 

escaldare : — to scald. 

escambiare : — to exchange. 

escambiator : — an exchanger, 
money changer, 

escambin, esc anibium : — ex- 
change ; a place for chang- 
ing money. 

escanyta, escanyium : — exchange. 

escantio : — a butler, a cup bearer. 

escapiare : — to escape from ar- 
rest. 

escapium : — escape ; a thing that 
comes by chance. 

escaplura : — escape. 



escartus : — a carver. 
escarleta, escarletiim : — scarlet. 
escarta. See scarta. 
escaudare: — to scald. 

escawardus : — applied to fish, 
"calvered" or ''scarved"(?) 

enceppa :— a skep, a measure of 
corn, salt, fruit, &c. ; a 
straw or rush basket. 

eschueta. See escaeta. 

eschaetur. See escaetaior. 

eschambia, eschambium : — ex- 
change. 

escheccuni : — a jury, or inquisi- 
tion ; a check. 

escheppa. See esceppa. 

escheweita : — sentinel service 
done by folk of Bordeaux. 
(Fr. eschauyuette.) 

eschina : — a chine. 

eschippare: — to equip; to embark. 

esclavus : — a slave. 

esclenka : — a leg of mutton or 
beef. (Fr. esclanche.) 

esclusa : — a dam or sluice. 

esclusayium : — payment for per- 
mission to make a sluice. 

escomarius : — a boatman ; a 
pirate. 

escruatio : — cleaning (ditches). 

escuaqium. See scutayium. 

escuilliare : — to castrate. 

escurare : — to scour ; to cleanse. 

esyardia, esgardum : — a reward ; 

an award. 
esyardiator : — an arbiter. 

esyardium : — an award. 
esiamentum : — easement. 
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esJcetor : — a robber. 

eskiper, gen. eskipri: — the skip- 
per of a ship. 

eskippa. See esceppa. 

eskippare : — to equip. 

eskirmire : — to fence. 

esmaelitus : — enamelled. 

esnamiare : — to distrain. 

esneccn : — a ship. 

esnecia, esnaccha, esnechia : — 
primogeniture ; the limited 
right of primogeuiture of 
the eldest coparcener. 

espaltare, espeUare. See expedi- 
tare. 

esperdum : — an axe (0. E. 
sparthe). 

esperiolus : — a squirrel. 

experkeria : — a duty on dried fish 
in the Channel Islands, con- 
sisting of a right of pre- 
emption of congers ; 2d. 
Toumois on every 100 
mackerel; 2 sols Toumois 
on every bushel of fish ; and 
2d. on every salt conger ex- 
ported to Nonnandy or else- 
where, not in the kingdom 
of England. 

espervnrius, esperverius : — a spar- 
row-hawk {accipiter frinyil- 
1 art us). 

espicurnantia : — the office of 
spigurnel. 

espleta. See expletice. 

esphtiumenta. See expletife. 

essaetor : — an assayer. 

essaia : — say, sometimes means 
hne woollen cloth (serge), 
sometimes silk. (Fr. soie.) 



Msarta, essartum. See as^artum. 

essonia : — essoin, excuse for non- 
appearance at a court baron, 
&c. 

easoniare : — to give an excuse ; 
to essoin. 

essonia tor : — an essoiner. 

essonium. See essonia. 

estahliamentum : — a settlement. 

estallagium. See stallagium. 

estnllnmentum : — a mortgage ; 
pawning; an instalment. 

esfallare : — to mortgage ; to 

pawn. 
estangnum : — a pond {stngnum) ; 

a hank or stank ; a measure 

<»f land less than an acre. 
esterlingus : — an Easterling ; 

sterling. 
estermannus : — a pilot. 
estintus. See eastiiitus. 

estoverium : — estovers, allowance 
of wood for repairs, or of 
necessary food and clothes ; 
stover, provender. 

estreciare : — to make narrow ; to 
straiten. 

estrepnmenlum, estrepinamen- 
tum: — estrepemeut, injury 
done to lands by a tenant 
for life. 

estresius : — an Easterling. 

estuffamenium: — stuff; material. 

efturare. See escurare. 

esturus. See aufiur. 

etuniare : — to essoin. 

esuniator : — tn essoiner. 

eucharistia : — the sacrament; the 
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evayinare : — to unsheatli. 

evangelare : — a S'^rvic -book con- 
tainiag the gospels. 

evangelizare : — to preach the 
gospel. 

eventio : — profits (of a church). 

evitaneus : — eternal. 

ewagium : — toll paid for water 
passage. 

ewanglia : — the gospels. 

exactor : — a collector ; a sheriff ; 
a beadle. 

exallar : — an axletree (?). 

examitum: — samite, a silk stuff, 
sometimes interwoven with 
silver or gold ; also used 
for an amice. 

exartum. See assartum. 

exbannire : — to banish. 

exbrancatura : — outer branches. 

excacta, excaeta : — an escheat. 

excaldare: — to scald. 

excambia : — exchange. 

excambiare : — to exchange. 

excambiator : — an exchanger; a 

broker. 
excambium : — an exchange. 
excarletum : — scarlet. 
excnturizare : — to scald. 
exiauda7-e : — to scald. 
excayare : — to escheat. 
exclusa. See esclusa. 
exelunayium. See esclusagium. 

excrustare : — to remove the crust 

of ; to spoil. 
excuHia : — a swinglestoek, a 

wooden instrument used in 

beating flax. 



excurtare, excurtiare : — to dock 
the tail of a horse or dog. 

excusaiorius : — containing or 
giving an excuse. 

excussio : — driving out ; some- 
times used for rescue ; 
thrashing corn. 

excussorium. See excudia. 

exelerarins : — a cup bearer. 

exemplijicare : — to copy. 

exempnium, exennium : — a pre- 
sent ; a new year's gift. 

exercituale : — a heriot. 

exfrediare : — to break the peace. 

exhibere : — to provide food and 
lodging for, to entertain. 

exhibitio : — entertainment ; pro- 
vision. 

exigenda : — a writ of exigent. 

exigendarius : — an exigenter, an 
officer of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas. 

exigendis, in : — in exigent. 

exilium : — waste, ruin. 

eximperatrix : — late empress. 

exire : — to issue. 

exitus : — issue, in all senses, 
family, result, expenditure ; 
entrails. 

exhippare, exkiupare : — to equip ; 
to embark. 

exJegalitus : — outlawed. 

exleyare: — to ou|law. 

exonium. See essonia. 

exorcista : — an exorcist, abenett, 
one of the lesser orders of 
the church. 

exordinare : — to degrade. 



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expedatus, expedicatiis : — having 
the feet cut off ; hambled, 
lawed. 

expediencin : — management. 

expeditamentum : — hambling. 

expeditare : — to hamble, hamel 
or law a dog, i.e., to cut 
out the ball of the foot or 
three claws ; to root up 

trees. 

expeditio : — the obligation of 
accompanying the lord to 
war. 

expedores : — outriders. 

expeltare. See expedxtnre. 

expenditus : — spent. 

expensabih viniim : — wine usually 

served. 
experquaria. See esperkeriii. 

expiacitare: — to plead success- 
fully. 

expleticB : — esplees ; rents ; pro- 
fits. 

explicit : — it is finished, or ended. 

expressatum : — expressed. 

exprexum: — for expressnm. 

exptdsare : — to expel. 

expulsatio : — expulsion. 

exsartum. See assartum. 

exscnhetor : — an escheator. 

extenders: — to value lands. 

extensor : — a valuer. 

extenta : — extent ; valuation. 

extermino : — to bring without 
the boundaries. 

extimare : — for testimare. 

extocare : — to grub up. 

extolneare : — to free from toll- 



extrabarrista : — an utterbarrister. 

extracta, extractum: — an estreat, 
a true extract or copy. 

extrahura : — a stray. 

extraneus : — a foreigner, i.e., not 
a citizen. 

extravayantes : — certain papal 
constitutions, not included, 
in Gratiau or the Decretals. 

extumcB : — relies. 

exukitus: — an exile. 

exuperare : — for exauperare. 

eysiamentum. See aisinmentum. 



faber : — a smith. 

fabrica : — a smith}-. 

facescia : — used iov facetia. 

facitergium: — afacewipe, a towel. 

factum : — a deed, a document. 

fagatum : — a faggot. 

faginum : — beech mast. 

fagottum : — a faggot. 

faida : — feud, enmity. 

faidinus, faiditus : — an enemy, 
an exile, a banished man. 

fala: — "a somer castel," a 
wooden tower used at sieges 
and on board ships ; a scaf- 
fold. 

falanga. Seefilinga. 

falcabilis : — fit to mow. 

falcare : — to luow. 

falcatura : — a day's work at 
mowing. 

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falco : — a falcon. 

falcona : — a faL.'on ; a small can- 
non, 2J inch bore. 

falcomiria : — the service of sup- 
plying falcons. 

falda : — a fold. 

faldce curs7is : — a sheep walk. 

faldagium : — faldage, the right 
to set up folds. 

faldicium : — a fold; foldage, fold- 
penny ; payment for folding 
sheep, or for leave to set up 
a fold. 

faldistorium : — an arm-chair ; 
esp. a bishop's throne. 

faldum : — a fold. 

falera : — trappings {phalera). 

falerarius : — a sumpter horse. 

falerator : — a sumpter man. 

falescere : — to cease ; to fail. 

falesia : — a rock, a cliff. 

falinga : — a cloak or jacket, used 
in Ireland (falding ?). 

falla, fallum : — a measure of 
land ; tin ; a fault. 

fdllire : — to fail. 

fnhnotum : — a folkmote. 

falsare : — to deceive ; to falsify ; 
to forge. 

falsarius, falsonarius : — a forger. 

falsator : — a forger. 

falsitas : — forgerj'. 

falsitia : — treachery. 

falsonaria, falsojieria : — forgery ; 
making false coin. 

falsonarius : — a maker of false 
coin. 

famen : — a speech. 



familia : — a set of chess or 

draughts men. 
fanatio : —the fawning season in 

forests. 
fancielus : — some kind of tenant. 
fanula : — a fanon, a maniple. 
farcinula: — a package, a parcel. 

fardella, fardelluni : — a fardel, 

the quarter, or eighth of a 

yard land. 
fardellarius : — the holder of a 

fardel. 
fardellus : — a bundle ; a fardel ; 

the holder of a fardel. 
farinagium : — toll of meal or 

flour. 
farricapsium : — the hopper of a 

mill ; a bin. 
farsatura : — stuffing. 

farundeUa : — a quarter of an 
acre. 

fascennia, fasrina : — a bastile, a 
wooden fort used in be- 
sieging a town. 

fasianus : — a pheasant. 

fassus : — a faggot. 

fausetum : —treble ; a faucet. 

faverca : — a forge. 

febrimatio : — ploughing or dig- 
ging up land. 
feida : - a feud. 
feira : — a fair. 
feissa : — a strip or stripe (?). 
felagus :— faithful; a companion. 
felo : — a felon. 
felonia : — felony. 
felonire : — feloniously. 
felparia, feltriim : — felt. 
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fenestra : — a window. 

fenestreola : — a small window. 

fengera : — fern. 

fennatio. Seefeonaiio. 

fenissa : — a haymaker. 

femur a : — a fence. 

fenlicius. See ^nticius. 

feodalis, feudalis : — feudal ; a 
vassal. 

feodalitas, feoditns : — fealty. 

feodamentum : — feoffment. 

feodare : — to enfeoff. 

feodariu*^ feodatariits : — a feo- 
dary, an oflScer of the court 
of wards ; a feudal tenant 
by service. 

feodelitos : — fealty, which is cor- 
rectly ^(/e/j/o*. 

feodtfirma : — fee farm. 

feoditas : —fealty. 

feodum : — a fee ; a fief. 

feodum talliatum : — fee tail. 

feoffnmentum : — a feoffment, 
grant of tenements, &c. in 
fee. 

feoffare : — to enfeoff, to grant in 
fee. 

feoffator : — a feoffor. 

feoff (itus : — a feoffee. 

feonntio : — the fawning season, 
fence month, a fortnight 
before and a fortnight after 
Midsummer. 

feoragium : — straw. 

fera : — a wild beast, used espe- 
cially for deer. 

ferngium : — forage. 

ferandus. Seeferrandus. 

M. 



ferculum : —a, dish; a mess; a 
litter. 

fer delta, ferdellum. Seefardella. 

ferecia : — a quilt. 

feretriarius : — a man in charge 
of a bier or shrine. 

feria : — a fair ; a day of the 
week ; a ferry. 

Feria prima : — Sunday. 

Feria secunda : — Monday, and so 

on. 
feriagium : — payment for ferry- 
ing. 

ferialis. Seefet^ius. 

feriatio : — a holiday. 

i feria tus dies : — a feast day, 
saint's day, holiday. 

ferinee carries : — venison. 

feritorium : — a swingle; a beetle. 

ferlingata,ferlingu8 : — four acres ; 
a quarter of a yard land. 

ferlingeUus : — a measure of com. 

ferlingus : — a farthing. 

fermina : — custody. 

fermisona : — the winter season 
for killing does. 

femere : — to empty. 

femigo : — waste land, covered 
with fern. 

ferragia : — pasture, land where 
forage is grown. 

ferramentum : — an iron tool or 
instrument ; a horseshoe ; a 
ploughshare ; a tire ; irons 
for a prisoner. 

ferrandus,ferranius : — iron grey. 

ferrare : — to shoe a horse ; to put 
an iron tire on a wheel. 

ferrarius, ferrator : — a smith. 

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ferratura : — ironwork ; esp. 
horseshoeing. 

ferrifodina : — an iron mine. 

ferrijilum : — iron wire. 

ferripodium : — a patten. 

ferro, ferronarius : — an iron- 
monger or ironworker. 

ferrura : — a blacksmith's trade ; 
a wheel tire. 

ferthendellum : — a quarter of an 
acre. 

fesana, fesans, fesantis, fesan- 
tus : — a pheasant. 

fessum, fesstis : — a truss. 

festinancia : — haste. 

festrum : — a roof -tree. 

feto cervi : — a fawn. 

feudalis. See/eodalis. 

feudum, &c. See /eodum, &c. 

feugbra : — fern. 

feutrum : — felt. 

Jico : — a boat. 

Jidelitas : — fealty. 

Jilacia lana : — woollen yarn. 

Jilacium : — a file, for documents. 

flare : — to file. 

Jilarium : — a steel, a hone. 

Jilatrix : — a spinster. 

Jilatum : — a net ; thread. 

Jilazarius : — a filacer, an officer 
of the Common Pleas who 
files writs. 

Jiletum. See f latum. 

Jiliaster : — a son-in-law, stepson, 
nephew, sister's son. 

filiastra : — similar feminine rela- 
tives. 



Jiliatio : — sonship, subjection, 
obedience ; used chiefly of 
monastic houses. 

filicetum : — ferny ground. 

filiolus : — godson. 

Jiltrum : — felt ; a mattrass. 

Jiltum : — error iar Jiltrum (?). 

Jilum : — a fillet in architecture. 

Jilum aqucE : — the middle of a 

river. 
Jima : — dung, manure. 
Jimare, Jimere : — to manure. 
Jimarmm : — a manure heap. 
fimarius : — a scavenger. 
Jinancia : — ransom ; fine. 

Jinare : — to pay ; to exact ; to 

refine. 
fnire : — to pay a fine ; to exact 

a fine. 
Jinis : — a fine ; a final concord. 

finticius : — of trees, split or fit 
for splitting. 

Jinla,Jiolum : — a beaker ; a phial 
{phial a) ; a cruet. 

firgia : — a fetter. 

Jirma : — a farm ; rent. 

Jirmaculum : — a buckle. 0. E. 
fermayle. 

firmare : — to fortify ; to seal or 
sign ; to give security ; to 
grant a farm ; to rent a 
farm. 

Jirmarium : — a corruption of 
injirmarium, an infirmary. 
0. E. " a fermarie." 

Jirmarius : — a farmer. 

firmatio : — doe season ; provi- 
sions. 

Jirmitas : — fortification. 



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firmura : — a lock ; the right of 

closing. 
fisantum : — a pheasant. 
Jistuca : — a fishing-rod. 
Jistnlntor : — a piper. 
Jixula : — a buckle ; a button. 
Jlahellum : — a vane. 
Jlaccum : — an arrow. 

Jlaco : — a marsh ; a flagon ; a 
<^ke. Seejlato. 

flagdlum : — a flail ; a door- bar. 

flaketta : — a flask. 

flameola : — a garment, usually of 

silk. 
flameum : — a kerchief. 
Jlamicia : — flawn, custard. 
Jlao. Seejlato. 
flare dolia : — to hoop (?) casks. 
flasca : — a flask. 
flato, flauto : — a cake, a custard. 

^^cAar/a :-- service of supplying 
arrows. 

flecharius, flecherius : — a fletcher. 

flechia : — an arrow. 

flechidre : — to make arrows. 

flecta : — an arrow ; a hurdle. 

fleebotimacio : — bleeding. 

fleta : — an arm of the sea. 

flexarius: — a fletcher. 

fined: — flock, refuse wool. 

fioccus. ^e frocca. 

fioratus : — embroidered with 
flowers ; scented. 

florenus : — a florin, a gold coin, 
first ci>ined at Florence, 
1252. 

fioiUfflotta : — a fleet ; a raft. 



foayiuin : — a rent paid in the 
Channel Islands. Seeybca- 
gium. 

focagium : — focage or housebote ; 
hearth-tax. 

focale, focalia : — fuel ; the right 
of taking fuel. 

focaria : — a housekeeper. 

focarius : — a fireman ; a stoker. 

fodera : — afother (of lead), 1,950 
lbs. or 2,000 lbs. ; 20 cwt. 
(E. C. P. 59; 215). 

foderaticum : — fodder. 

fodertortumj foderum, fodrum :■ — 

fodder. 

foenatio. ^ejeonatin. 

foesa : — grass. 

fogagium : — fog, rank grass. 

folgnre : — to follow ; to enter into 
service ; to serve. 

folgarius : — a follower ; a ser- 
vant. 

follus : — a fool. 

fongia : — stockfish. 

floo : — a fawn. 

furacra : — a foracre, the head- 
land of an arable field. 

foragium : — straw; forage ; the 
right of exacting it or obli- 
gation to provide it. 

foraneus : — foreign. 

forarium : — the office of har- 
binger. 

foratus : — of fur. 

forbannitns : — a banished man. 

forbare : — to clean, to furbish. 

forbarrare : — to bar or deprive. 

forbator : — a furbisher. 

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forhatudus : — a person killed in 

self-defence. 
forbire. See/orbare. 
foreelechim : — a fortress. 

forceria, forcerium : — a casket ; a 
strongbox, often of leather. 

forcescettum : — a fortress. 

forcia : — power, force, usually 
unjust ; forcible exaction. 

forciare : — to fortify. 

fordeUus : - a measure of land 
larger than /ar dell a. 

forefacere. See /orisfacere. 

forejudicatio : — a forejudger. 

forelJus : — a sheath ; a corporas 
case. 

forenna : — the outskirts or sub- 
urbs of a town. 

forensis : — foreign. 

forera, foreria '. — a headland; a 

furrow (?) 
foresta : — a forest. 

forestagium : — a duty paid to the 
king's foresters. 

forestallagium.forestalJametitum : 
— obstructing the highway ; 
forestalling. 

forestallare : — to forestall ; to 

waylay. 
forestaUator : — a forestaller. 

forestallum : — a crime committed 
on the highway. 

forestare : — to afforest. 

forestaria : — the office of forester; 
forestership ; forestry. 

forestarius : — a forester. 

foreta : — a headland. 

forgia : — a forge ; forage. 

forhelna : — concealment. 



forhurtha. See/oruhtha. 

foriare : — to forage. 

foricus : — furred. 

forigo : — list. 

forinsecus : — outside ; foreign. 

forisbannire : — to outlaw. 

forisburguni : — suburbs. 

forisfacere : — to do amiss ; to for- 
feit ; also used actively, to 
exact a forfeit from. 

forisf actum : — transgression ; 

forfeiture. 
forisfactura : — forfeiture. 

foriafamiliare : — to remove from 
the family ; to give a son 
his portion on his lea%T.ng 
home ; to emancipate. 

forisjudicare : — to pronounce for- 
feited ; to outlaw. 

forisjurare : — to abjure. 

foristaU avium, foristeaUum, foris- 
talria : — forestalment. 

forjudicare. See forisjudicare. 

forlandum : — land at the ex- 
tremity of an estate ; a 
promontory. 

forlangum,. See /urlangus. 

forma : — a form, a bench ; a 
copy ; a drain. 

formannus : — a foreman ; a head- 
man. 

formaticum : — cheese. 

formela : — a formaylle, a female 

hawk. 
formella: — a shoemaker's last ^ a 

weight of about 70 lbs. 
formelus : — trained, of a hawk. 
formipedia: — a shoemaker's last. 
formula : — a little bench. 



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fornagium: — pajment by tenants 
bound to bake in the lord's 
oven, or for the right to use 
their own ; a baker's profit ; 
hearth-money ; fuel. 

fornire : — to heat. 

forpices : — shears. 

forprisum : — an exception. 

forrare, forrari : — to forage. 

forrerius : — a harbinger. 

forsefacere : — to forfeit. 

forstaUare, Src See Jhrestallare, 

forsula : — a fortress. 

J'ortalicium, fortaUissium : — a 
fortress, a castle. 

Jbrtelecium, fortellescum. See 
furtalicium. 

fortericia : — a fortress. 

foriia : — power. See forcia. 

fortiare : — to force ; to fortify. 

fortijicare : — to fortify. 

fortilagium : — a fortress. 

fortitudo : — force ; an army. 

fortuna : — treasure trove. 

fortunare : — to happen. 

fortunium : — a tournament. 

furuhtha : — a measure of land. 

forulus : — a bin ; a sheath. 

forum : — often means " price." 

forura : — fur. 

forurda : — a measure of land. 

forus : — right or custom. 

fossa : —a mound, a dike, as well 
as a ditch. 

fossagium : — contribution for 
making ditches. 



fossare : — to ditch. 

fossatum : — a place surrounded 
by a ditch; a ditch ; a dike ; 
a mound. 

fossatura : — fortification by 
ditches. 

fvsskiilus : — a basket (?) ; a 
fostle, i.e. a stake used in 
making a fold. 

fossorium : — a mould. 

fossils : — a ditch. 

futmellum :• — a measure of lead ; 
a fother (?). 

fotor: — a lapdog, "a comforter." 

founinare: — to bring forth young 
(of deer). 

foiminus : —of a fawn. 

founum : — a fawn. 

fousura : — work done by amason ; 
digging foundations (?). 

fovea : - a burial-place. 

foveator : — a gravedigger. 

fractillosus: — dagged, jagged (of 
clothes). 

fractiUum : — a pepper mill. 

fractillus : — a dag, jag. 

fractitium : — arable land. 

fraeUum, frahelluni '. — a frail; a 
basket ; a weight of raisins, 
70 lbs. 

fraeria :— a fraternity ; a brother- 
hood. 

fraginellus : — a cracknel. 

fragus : — the wrist or other joint. 

fraUlum. Seefraellum. 

framatura : — making a frame ; 
framework. 

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francbordus : — f reebord, land 
claimed outside a fence. 

fran- 



franchesia : — freedom ; 
chise. 

franchilanus : — a freeman. 

franchire, franchisare : — to en- 
franchis^e. 

franchisa : — a franchise. 

francigena : — a foreigner. 

frajicipleyium : — frankpledge. 

francolanus, fraticolensis : — a 
franklin. 

/rancus : — free. 

frangibulum : — a kneading 
trough. 

fraria : — a fraternity ; a brother- 
hood. ] 

frassetum : — an ashwood {fraxi- 
netuni). 

fraier:—Si friar. 
fratriayium :— a younger bro- 
ther's iuheritance. 

frecta, frectum : — coarse cloth, as 
used for horse cloths, 
frieze (?) ; embroidery, usu. 
with metal ; a fret ; fret- 
work. 

frectagium : — freight. 

frectatus : — frettee (heraldic). 

/rectum :— freight, ^aef recta. 

fredum : — a composition paid by 
a criminal. 

f resells : — fresh. 

fressencia porci : — a flitch (?). 

fretare, fret fare :- to load ; to 
freight ; to ornament with 
fretwork. 

fretinum :— a silver coin (Fr. 
fretin, freton). 



fretta. See /recta. 

/retfum :— freight. See/rec/rt. 

/return : — freight. 

/ridehurgum : — frithburgh, the 
same as frankpledge. 

/risca /orcia:—iresh force, i.e., 
newly done. 

/riscus : — fresh ; also unculti- 
vated ground. 

/risium : — frieze. 

/rithbregium : — breach of the 

peace. 
/ritum : — fry of fish. 

/rixura : — a fried dish ; a pan- 
cake. 

/rocca, froccus, /roggus : — a 
frock ; that worn by monks 
was a long garment with 
loug, wide sleeves. 

/ronciatus : — wrinkled. 

/rontaie : — a frontal, a cloth hung 
above an altar. 

/rontellum : — a frontal. 

/rontinella : — moulding, in gold- 
smith's work ; the ball of 
the throat. 

/ronttspicium : — a gable end. 

/rontuosut {/rontosus) : — shame- 
less. 

/ructuarius :—a fruiterer; a re- 
ceiver of rent. 

/ruissire. See/russare. 
/runes, /r unto : — a tanner. 
/lunire : — to tan. 
/rusea : — waste lands. 
frussare : — to break up land. 
/russatum : — land newly broken 

up. 
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frttssire. Seefrtissare. 

frussura : — breaking into a 
house ; ploughing. 

frustrum, frustum : — a piece ; a 
small plot of land. 

fr "tectum : — a shrubbery ; a herb 
garden. 

fuagium : — hearth-tax. 

fualJia : — fuel. 

/"uga : — a drove ; a chase ; hunt- 
ing ; the right to drive 
cattle on to a place. 

fuguiiu : — a chase ; right of 
hunting. 

fugare : — to hunt ; to drive. 

fvgaritis : — a hunter (horse) ; a 
drover. 

fugatio : — a chase. 

fugator : — a hunter (horse) ; a 
driver ; a drover. 

fugatoriwi : — a hunter (horse). 

fugera : — fern. 

fugiUus : — a poker. 

fulcrari : — to make a bed on a 

bedstead. 
fulcrum : — a leg of a bedstead ; 

a bedstead. 

fuleratium, molendinum : — a 
fulling mill. 

fuUare,fuUire,fnUonare: — to full 

cloth. 
fullaticum.. See fuleratium. 
fuUum aqua:: — a stream of water. 
fulreticum : — a fulling mill. 
f ultra :— a cuhhion. 
fultrum. See fulcrum. 

fumagium : — manure ; chimney- 
money. 

fumarium : — a chimney. 



j functoriiim : — a foundry, 

i funditor : — a founder ; a pioneer. 

j fttndum : — ground. 

I funerius : — a rop-'maker. 

I fungia : — stockfish. 

funifex : — a roper. 

funtura : — founding, casting 
(metal). 

fur are : — to steal. 

furatio : — theft. 

furhire : — to furbish. 

furcare : — to pitch corn or hay 
with a fork ; to fourch, to 
delay a suit brought against 
two persons jointly, by alter- 
nate appearance or essoin. 

furectare : — to ferret. 

furfuraculum :— a sieve. 

furigeldum : — a Hue for theft. 

furJa"gus,furl'jn(jus : — the eighth 
of a mile ; the eighth of an 
acre. 

furmehim. Seeformella. 

fumagium. See fornagium. 

furnarius : — ^a baker. 

furnesium : — a furnace. 

furniare : — to bake. 

furnire : — to heat up an oven or 
furnace. 

furnus : — a bakehouse. 

furni : — fur. 

furragium. Seeforagium. 

fur rare : — to line with fur. 

furratio : — furring. 

furratura : — furring, work done 
in fur. 

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furreUus : — a sword sheath ; a 
bow case. 

furrura, fururia : — fur. 

furulus. See /urrellus. 

fuscamen : — fustian. 

fusillatim : — fusilly. 

fusillus : — a fusil (heraldic). 

fusor : — a founder, a caster, a 
melter ; a f usour, an officer 
in the Exchequer. 

ftisoria : — the office of f usour. 

fustarius : — a joiner. 

fustianum : — fustian. 

fustum : — a beam, a log, a 
stump. 

fusus : — a spindle ; a fusil 
(heraldic). 

G. 

gabella : — rent ; service. 
gabeUus : — a gable. 
gablagium : — the same as gabella. 
gablare : — to pay rent. 

gablator : — a rent payer ; a 

farmer. 
gablum : — a cross. See also 

gabella. 

gabulagium. See gabella. 

gabulum : — a gable ; rent ; in- 
terest. See gabella. 

gabidus. See gabella. 

gachuni : — an oar or scull ; a 
staple ; a cake. 

gafra : — a wafer. 

gafrariics : — a waferer. 

gageria : — a promise, an engage- 
ment, a pledge. 



gagnagium, gatgnagium, gatna- 
gium : — gain, profit, 

gaila : — a gaol, a prison. 

gaineria : — a tilled field ; a crop. 

gaiola. See gaila. 

gaiveletlum. See gaveletum. 

galathia : — pickle for preserving 

fish. 
galea, galia : — a galley. 
galearia : — a gallery. 

galeasia : — a galliasse, a large 
galley. 

galea : — a galleon. 

galetu, galetum : — a gallon ; 
shingle. 

galida : — a galley, a low flat- 
built ship with both sails 
and oars. 

galio : — a galleon, a large 
Spanish sailing ship, with 
three or four decks. 

galiota, guliotiis : — a galliot, a 
small galley ; a master of, 
or man serving on a galley. 

galirum : — something used by 
a silk weaver. 

gaila : — a shoemaker's last. 

gallecla : — collection of dues. 

gaUiare : — a mitre. 

gallicantus : — cockcrow. 

gallicidium : — Shrovetide. 

gallinaceus : — a capon. 

galUotttcs. See galiota. 

gallivolatium : — a cock-glade, a 
glade along which wood- 
cocks fly in the morning and 
evening ; a cockshoot, a net 
set for them in such places. 

gallo, gallona, galo, galona, 
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galya : — a galley. 

gamarus : — a stickleback {gas- 

terosteus trachurus). 
gamberia : — armour for the legs. 

Fr. grevieres. 

gambeso, gambesum : — a gambe- 
son or haqueton, a quilted 
jacket worn under the ar- 
mour. 

gambria. See gamberia. 

ganagium. See gagnagium. 

ganea : — a dart or arrow. 

ganerium : — gainery, profit aris- 
ing from tillage. 

gannatura : — yelping, derision. 

gannocare cerevisiam : — to jockey 
beer. 

gansellium : — a gosling. 

ganta, ganteletus : — a gauntlet. 

gaolii : — a prison, a gaol. 

gaolagium :— prison dues. 

gaolarius i — a gaoler. 

gara terra : — a gare or gore, a 
wedge-shaped corner of a 
field left after ploughing a 
number of strips. 

garancia : — madder. 

garandisare : — to warrant. 

garanttim : — warrant. 

garba : — a sheaf ; a sheaf of 

arrows was 24. 
garbana :— a granary. 

garbelagium : — garbelage, the 
office of garbler ; the refuse 
removed by garbling. 

garbellare : — to garble, to pick 
out the refuse. 



garheUator : — a garbler, who 
visited shops, &c. to ex- 
amine the purity of spices 
sold. 

garci/er. See gar do. 

garcio : — a boy ; a groom. 

garciolus : — a diminutive of 
garcio. 

garda : — a ward of a town ; 
wardship. See tcarda. 

gardaroba, garderoba : — a ward- 
robe. 

garderobarius : — a wardrobe- 
keeper. 

gardia : — ward. 

gardiana : — the office of warden. 

gardia mis : — a guardian ; a 

warden. 
gardiare : — to guard, to protect. 

gardiator : — a guardian, a 

warden. 
gardinarius : — a gardener. 
gardinum : — a garden. 
gardropia : — a wardrobe. 
j garditm : — a garth. 

gartnna : — a warren. See 
tcarenna. 

gargarare : — to brag. 

gargata : — the throat. 

garilairix : — a scold. 

gariso : — protection ; provision, 
11^40 g ; healing. 

garita : — a watch tower. 

garlanda : — a ehaplet ; a garland, 
sometimes of gold or silver. 

garnamenlum : — a garment. 

gamestura : — victuals, arms, &c., 
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garniso: — protection ; a garrison. 

garnizare : — to adorn ; to gar- 
nish. 
garra. See gar a. 
garrettum : — a garret. 
garrita : — a watch tower. 
garrolum, garruUum : — a barrier. 
garterium : — a garter. 

gastaldus : — a governor of a town 

or province 
gastella : — wastel bread, fine 

white bread. 
gasiuni : — waste. 
gata : — a bowl. 
gatgeria : — a parcel. 
gaudd; gaudo : — woad. 
gaugeare: — to gauge. 
gaugeium : — gauging, a gauge. 
gaugialor: — a ganger. 

gaveletum : — gavelet, a writ of 
cessavit, used where gavel- 
kind obtains. 

gavelmannus : — a tenant liable to 
tribute. 

gavelocus : — a javelin 

gayra. See gara. 

geburus : — a villager, a peasant. 

geldahilis : — liable to pay tax. 

geldabulum : — land liable to pay- 
ment of geldum. 

geldare : — to enforce or to pay a 
geldum. 

geldatio : — payment of a geldum. 

geldum, geldus : --tax ; compensa- 
tion ; fine'. 
gelima : - a sheaf. 
gelojfiiim : — a gillyflower. 
gelium. See geldum. 



geniala : — a hinge. 

gemellus : — a clasp with similar 

endrt, or double brooch. 

0. E. gemewe. 
gemotum : — an assembly. 
genealis : — native. 

generole : — the commons of a 

monk. 
generosa : — a gentlewoman. 
generosus : — a gentleman. 

geneta : — a genet, a beast of the 
weasel tribe, used for fur 
{genetta vulgaris). 

genimen : — an offshoot. 

genoboda : — a moustache. 

gens : — often used for an army. 

genusci^sio : — hocking or ham- 
bling dogs by cutting the 
sinew of the hind leg. 

geola, &•€. See gaola, Sfc. 

gerarchia : — used for hierarchia. 

gerca, gercia, gercis: — a ewe 
lamb. 

gerentarius : — an officer in a con- 
vent, probably a friary, who 
was not compelled to reside 
therein [granatarius ?). 

gerlanda : — a garland. 

gernarium : — a granary. 

gersa : — starch. 

gerbumu : — a fine ; a reward ; an 
earnest. 0. E. "gryssume." 
gerulus : — a packhorse. 
gerusa : — a goad. 
gesa : — a gisirine. See gisnrmn. 
gesta : — (pi.) deeds; a history. 
gesta, gestum : — yeast ; food. 

gestrum : — a jesterne or jestorne, 
a sleeveless jacket of scale 
armour. 



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getti : — a hawk's jesses. 

getlicium : — a jetty. 

gewineda : — an assembly. 

ghfstttm : — food ; a meal given 
to a guest. See yislum. 

gialda, gyalda : — a guildhall. 

gi/ra : — cypher. 

gifta : — a stream ; sometimes 
used for gista. 

giga : — a cittern. 

gignasium, i.e., gymnasium. 

gihalda : — a guildhall. 

gild a : — a fraternity, a guild. 

gilda aula : — a guildhall. 

gildare. See geld ire. 

gildatio. See yeldatio. 

gildaulu, gildeaula, gildhalla : — 
a guildhall. 

gildhuUn Teulonicorum : — the 
Steelyard, or company of 
Easterling merchants. 

gilfalco : — r a gerfalcon {Jalco 

Islandicus). 
gilla, gillus : — a mug. 

gillagium : — tax paid on wiue 

sold by retail. 
gilofera : — clove or gillyflower. 
gimphus. See gumfus. 
gingibrattum :^ginger. 
gipo : — a doublet {pourpoint). 
gipsura : — pargeting. 
girgillare : — to wind up. 
girgiUus : — a reel with a handle 

for winding thread. 
girivagus :— wandering. 
giro : — an apron, a skirt. 



gisarma : — a gisarme, a weapon 
resembling a halberd, 
having a spear point, with 
a small axe at the foot of 
the point, and sometimes a 
spike on the opposite side : 
but in Matthew Paris (Rolls 
Ed. I. 470) the phrase 
occurs, •* sica, id est, gis- 
arme." 

gista : — a joist. See also ^is/wm. 

gistare : — to furnish with joists ; 
to reiliiie on a litter. 

gistarius : — borne on a litter. 

gistttm : — the duty of eutertaiu- 
ing the lord when on a 
journey ; jeast. 

glandinfs plumhei : — " Anglice 
hail-hot." 

glaneare : — to glean. 

glasiu : — ice. 

glavea ghiviu : — a glaive. 

gleba : — land belonging to a 
parish church, glebe ; a 
corpse. 

glebalis terra : — glebe laud. 

gleharia : — turf. 

gleniagium : — gleaning. 

gleniare : — to glean. 

glis : — mud. 

gliseria : — clayland. 

glomeUus : - a clew. . 

glomerarius, glomerellus : — a com- 
missioner appointed to 
settle disputes tietween the 
scholars of a university and 
their servants ('?). 

glorietta : — a gloriet, an upper 
room in a tower. 

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ylulum : — glue. 

gohonatus : — embossed. 

godetus : — a mug. 

goldci: — a drain ; a mine ('?). 

goliarda : — buffoonery ; a jug- 
gler's art. 

goliardisare : — to act as a goli- 
ardits. 

goliardus : — a buffoon ; a j uggler. 

gonella, yonellus : — a gown. 

yora. See gara. 

gordus : — a weir, a weirpool ; a 

gorce. 
gorgeria : — a gorget. 
gorgona : — a gargoyle. 
gota : — a gut, a drain. 
gouna : — a gown. 
grabalum : — a couch. 

gracemannus : — the head of a 
guild at Lincoln. 

gracia : — an indulgence. 

gradate, graduate : — a gradual, 
or grail, a book containing 
the musical portion of the 
mass. 

gradiens : — passant (heraldic). 

graduatus: — a graduate, one who 
has taken a degree in a 
university. 

grajia, graffia : — the dignity or 
territory of a graffio. 

grajfio : — a count, an earl ; a 

reeve. 
yraffium, grafium: — a register, 

or cartulary ; a pen. 

grand : — scarlet. See graniim. 

granata : — a garnet. 

gruTiatariiis : — a keeper or 
steward of a granary. 



grancia : — a grange, esp. a farm- 
house belonging to a monas- 
tery. 

graneta : — a garnet. 

granetarius. See granatarius. 

grangia. See grancia. 

grangiarius : — the keeper of a 
grange. 

grantum : — security. See crean- 

ium, 
granuni : — grain ; the coccus iticis 

and coccus arborum, used in 

dyeing red. 

grapa :— a putlog hole. 

graphium. See graffium. 

gratare : — to scratch. 

gratarium : — a grate. 

gratia : — an indulgence. 

gratiare : — to thank. 

grata : — a grove. 

gravetum : — a grove. 

gravia : — a grove. See also 
gra/a. 

gremium : — the nave of a church. 

grenetarius : — - a keeper of a 
granary. 

greseus, gresius : — grey. 

gresmannus : — a tenant of some 

sort. 
gressia : — jjrease time, the season 

for killing harts and bucks. 

gressibitis : — able to walk. 
grtsengus, grisftus, griseiis : — 

yriseum opus : — grey work, gris, 
fur of badger skin, or more 
likely the " mus Ponticus.^^ 

grisittones : — handcuffs, mana- 
cles. 



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griiium. See griseum. 

griisus: — grey; gris. 

grutarius : — an official of a con- 
vent, probably in charge of 
the mills. 

grisus: — grey; gris. 

groceria : — grocery. 

grocerius : — a grocer. 

gromes, grometus, gromus :— a 
groom. 

gronua : — a place whence peat is 

dug. 
groptis : — a hook, perhaps a 

skid. 
grossa : — a groat. 

grossare : — to engross, to make a 
fair copy, or to buy up. 

grossa ri us : — an engrosser, a 
grocer. 

grossum : — the revenue of a 
•benefice ; gross. 

grosstts : — (adj.) large, gross. 

grossus (subst.) a groat. (Fr. 
Gros.) 

grotindagium : — payment for per- 
mission to anchor in a har- 
bour. 

grova : — a grove. 

grovetta : — a little grove. 

grovum : — a grove. 

gruarius : — a chief forester ; a 
falcon used for cranes. 

gruellum : — gruel. 

grumiis : — gruel ; a mound ; a 
balk of land. 

grunda : — a gutter. See alura. 

gruta : — grouse. 

grutum : — grout. 

guadagium. See guidagium. 



ytiadium, guagium. See vadium, 
gualda : — woad. 
guannagium. See tcainagium. 
guarda : — ward. 
guardaroba : — a wardrobe. 
guardia : — wardship. 
guardiania : — the office of warden 

or guardian. 
guard ianus : — a warden ; a 

guardian. 

guardiare : — to guard, to protect. 

giiarectare. See icnreetare. 

guarenna : — a warren. 

guarennarius, guarnerius : — a 
warrenner. 

guaretare. . See warectare. 

guarniso : — provision. 

giiastum : — waste. 

giierra : — war. 

guerrare : — to make war. 

guerrat'ir : — a warrior. 

guerreare : — to make war. 

guerria : — war. 

guerrijicare : — to make war. 

guerrinus : — at war ; warlike. 

guiure : — to lead. 

guidagium : — safe - conduct ; a 

payment for safe-conduct. 
guidare : — to lead ; to take toll 

for leading. 
guido : — a guidon. 
guihalla : — a guildhall. 
guilda : — a guild. 
guildhalda : — a guildhall. 
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gula Augusti : — the first of 
August, Gulaust, Lammas 
Day* 

Gulaust urn. See gula Augusti. 
gul/us : — a whirlpool ; a gulf. 
gulln : — a gully, a watercourse. 
gumfus, gumphn : — a hinge, a 
joint ; glue. 

guna : — a cupping glass {guva) ; 
a gown. 

gunca : — reeds. 

gunellus : — a short gown. 

gunna : — some part of the ma- 
chinery of a mill ; a cannon, 
a gun ; a gown. 

gunnarius : — a gunner. 

gunmtm: — a cannon, a gun. 

gupiUerettus : — a foxhound. 

gupillius : — a fox. 

gurda :— a handmill (?). 

gurgeria : — a gorget. 

gurges, gurgitum : — a weir. 

gurgulio : — a gargoyle. 

gurius : — a weir. 

guttatorium, gittforiuni : — a 
gutter. 

guttera, gutterin, giittura : — a 
gutter. 

gutturna : — quinsy. 

yutturus : — a gutter. 

guuarda : — ward {guarda). 

guyalda : — a guildhall. 



gugsa : — manner, form. 

gwa/ra : — a wafer. 

gwalsfou-um : — a place of execu- 
tion. 

gwastum : — waste. 

gyalda : — a guildhall. 

gydagium : — payment to a guide. 

gylda : — a guild. 

gysa : — manner, form. 

gysanna : — a gisarrae. See 
gisarmn. 

H. 

habentia : — riches. 

habilis : — fit ; capable. 

habUitaiin : — qualification. 

habitualiter : — by estimation ; 
figuratively. 

habitudinalis : — figurative. 

habundnncia. For abundancia. 

haccus : — a hake {merlucius vul- 
garis). 

hachia : — a pickaxe ; a hatchet. 

hada : — a small piece of land. 

haderungn : — hatred. 

hadocus : — a haddock {morrhua 
ceglefimis). 

haerarius : — nesting. 

hcBreditas, Sfc. See hereditas, Sfc. 

hcerela. See harela. 

haeria : — an aery, a nest. 



* This name is said to have originated from the cure by Pope 
Alexander I. of a wen in the throat [gula) of Balbina by the application 
of St. Peter's chains on that day. 



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haga : — a hedge ; a house in a 
city or borough. 

hagnhulnm : — a rate or tax paid 
at Cambridge. 

hagardum : — a rickyard. 

hagia, haia, hair in : — a hedge. 

hainescin. See esnpcia. 

hairiis : — a heron ; hairch)th. 

haka : — a hake {merlueius vul- 
garis). 

haJcedus : — a hake. 

hakeneius, hakenettus: — a hack- 
ney, a uag. 

hala : — a hall. 

hnlberga : — a hauberk, a coat of 

mail. 
hnJbergetlum : — a coarse cloth. 

halheriolum, : — a haubergeou, a 
tunic of mail. 

halda : — a hall. 

hdlgnrdum : — a shed. 

halimolum : — hallmote ; court 
baron. 

halla : — a hall. 

halsfngium : — pillory ; a fine. 

hamella, hameletttim : — a hamlet. 

hamleta, hamJettus : — a hamlet. 

hamma : — a home-close ; a little 
meadow ; an edge or hem 
in the common field. 

hamsona :— the privilege of a 
person's house ; a fine for 
forcible entry. 

hanaperium, haneparium : — a 
hamper. The Hanaper is 
an office in the Court of 
Chancery. 

hanchia, hancia : — a haunch. 
See also hansa. 



! handana, huitdoyna, hnndena : — 
a day's «ork. 

I hangardttm : — a shed. 

hangwitha : — a fine for wrong- 
fully hanging a robber or 
letting him escape. 

hansn : — a house, or company of 
merchants ; a city with re- 
ferenc^^ to its foreign mer- 
cantile dealings. 

hara : — a stye 

haracitim : — a stud of horses. 

harare : — to plough. 

haratitim : — a stud of horses. 

hareiare : — to harrow. 

harela : — a conspiracy ; a society ; 
a riot. 

harenga: — a harangue; a her- 
ring. 

harengaria : — the herring fishery, 
or season. 

harengus : — a herring {clttpea 
harengus). 

harepipa : — a snare for hares, 
called a harepipe. 

harnesiare : — to put on armour ; 
to harness ; to decorate. 

harnesium, harnisium : — armour; 
harness ; rigging. 

harpare : — to play on the harp. 

harpica : — a harrow. 

harpicator : — a harrower. 

harrecius : — a harrier. 

harreum : — a herd, troop, esp. of 
horses. 

haspa : — a hasp, a door- fastening. 

hagta : — a spit. 

hastalaria, hastellaria : — a spit- 
tery, a place where spits 
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hastellarius : — a turnspit. 

hastiludium : — a tournament. 

hatchettus : — a hatchet. 

haubercum : — a hauberk, a long 
coat of mail with sleeves. 

hauberffelJum, haubergfio : — a ha- 
bergeon, a short sleeveless 
coat of mail ; sometimes 
used for hauberk. 

hnubergettum : — a habergeon, not 
necessarily of metal ; a sort 
of parti-coloured cloth. O.E. 
haberject. 

hauberionus, houberiunus : — a 
habergeon. 

hauborio : — a habergeon. 

hauritorium : — a ladle ; a pump. 

hausirum : — a bucket ; a pump. 

havenator : — a harbour master. 

haverociim : — a haycock, a hay- 
rick ; the quantity of hay 
which can be lifted on the 
handle of a scythe, or bound 
with one cord. 

haya, haycia : — a hedge ; a net ; 
an enclosure. 

haydaqium. Same a.s kedagium (?). 
(Selby Cartulary, f. 126.) 

hayea : — a hedge. 

hayum : — a meadow. 

hebdomada : — a week. 

hebdornadariKS : — a canon of a 
cathedral church, appointed 
weekly to take charge of 
the choir; a priest appointed 
for weekly duty in a mon- 
astery. 

heccagium : — rent for heckles, 
hshing engines used in the 
Ouse, and at Pevensey. 

hechium : — a hatch ; a hedge. 



heckagium. See heccagium. 

heda : — a wharf ; a hithe. 

hedagium : — toll paid at a wharf. 

heiria : — an eyry, a nest. 

heiro : — a heron. 

heiwardus : — a hayward. 

he] turn : — a hilt. 

heraldus : — a herald. 

herbagium : — herbage ; right of 
pasturing cattle ; payment 
therefor. 

herbarius : — a haymaker. 

herbergaghim : — lodgings. 

herbergare, herbigare : — to lodge ; 
to entertain. See also her- 
bergiare. 

herbergeria : — a harbour ; a 
halting place ; a lodging. 

herbergiare : — to build ; to fur- 
nish. See also herbergare. 

herbergiainr : — a harbinger : an 
innkeeper. 

herbiseca : — a mower. 

hercartus : — a harrower. 

hercea : — a hearse. 

hercia : — a harrow ; a frame to 
hold candles. 

herciare : — to harrow. 

hereiatura : — harrowing ; service 
by harrowing. 

herebannum : — a fine for refusing 
to perform military service. 

j herecms : — a hound used for 
j stag hunting. 

heredipeta : — the next heir. 

hereditamentum : — hereditament, 
all property that may be 
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hereditare : — to cause to inherit. 
hereditns : — an inheritance. 
herelhis : — a kind of small fish. 
heremina : — ermine. 
heremita : — a hermit, 
heremitoriiim : — a hermitage. 
herenesium : — harness. 
heresista : — a heretic. 

heretagitim : — hereditament ; 

heritage. 
heretochius : — a commander of 

soldiers. 
hereirix : — an heiress. 

herettius cams : — the same as 
harrectus (?) or herecius. 

hereium : — a courtyard for the 
use of soldiers. 

herezeJdiis : — military service, 
scutage. 

herga : — a harrow. 

her iritis : — a hedgehog ; a re- 
volving bar with spikes used 
in fortresses. 

herietum : — a heriot. 

herigaldttm : — a surcoat. 

herigeto : — a heriot. 

herilis : — there are two adjec- 
tives spelt thus, one derived 
from hreres, the other from 
herus. 

heriotum : — a heriot. 

heriscindium : — division of house- 
hold goods. 

herminus : — ermine. 

hermitagium, hermitorium : — a 
hermitage. 

hernasii : — irregular soldiers. 

hemasium, hernesium. See har- 
nesium. 



herodius :^a gerfalcon {falco 

Islandicus). 
heroudes : — a herald. 
herpex : — a harrow. 
herpicaiio : — a day's harrowing. 
hersia : — a hearse. 

her stum : — a metal frame to hold 

candles. 
hesia : — an easement. 

hesta, hestha : — a small loaf ; a 
fowl. 

heuedrata : — a headland (?) ; 
perhaps the right to store 
manure on headlands. 

heura : — a hure. See hura. 

heymectus : — a rabbit-net. 

heyretheca : — a heriot. 

heyronagium : — a heronry. 

heyronus : — a heron. 

hibernagium : — the winter season 
for sowing com, Michaelmas 
to Christmas ; com sown in 
winter ; winter services ; the 
court at which they were 
assigned ; rye. 

hida : — a hide of land, sufficient 
land to maintain a family or 
to work with one plough 
team, reckoned about 120 
acres. 4 hides=i knight's 
fee. 

hidagium : — a tax levied on every 
hide of land ; a fine paid by 
persons of servile condition 
instead of receiving corporal 
pvmishment for offences 
(hydgild). 

hidare : — to divide into hides. 

higra : — the bore or eager of a 
river. 

hilla : — a sausage. 

hiltra : — an engine for catching 
salmon. 



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hiltum : — a hilt. 
hindagium : — loading. 

hippocomus : — a master of the 

horse. 
hiremannus : — a servant. 
hiritinum : — a harrow (?). 
Kirna : — a sausage. 
hirquicalliis : — squinting. 
hirsepa : — a torch. 
hiruco. See hericius. 
hispaniolns : — a spaniel. 
historia : — a story, in a building. 
hitJia : — a wharf ; a hithe. 
hivernagium. See hibernagium. 

hlammator : — afishermanof some 
kind. 

hobellarius : — a, hobbler, a light 
horse soldier who rode a 
hobby. 

hobelus : — a hobby {falco snb- 
buteo). 

hoberarius. See hobellarius. 

hoccus sails : — a salt pit. 

hocium : — the housing of a horse. 

hoga: — a mound; a pit caused 

by making a mound. 
hogacius : — a hogget. 

hogaster: — a pig; a sheep in its 

second year, a hogget. 
hogetius, hogietus : — a hogget. 
hoggus : — a hog. 
hogrus : — a sheep. 
homagmm : — homage. 
hominatio : — muster ; homage. 
hominium : — homage. 
homiplagium : — maiming. 
hopa : — a hopper, a basket. 
hora : — ore (ora). 



horarius, horarium : — a breviary ; 

a book of Hours. 
hordarius : — the keeper of a 

granary. 
harder a : — a treasurer. 



a granary; a trea- 



horderium 

sury. 
hordictum : — a hurdle. 
horisonium : — a clock. 

hornagium, hornegeldum : — a tax 

on cattle. 
horologiarius : — a clock maker. 
horologium : — a clock ; a watch. 
horoscopus : — a dial. 
horripilatio : — shuddering. 
hortarius : — a gardener. 

horula : — a short time (dim. of 

hora). 
hosa : — a small wooden cask. 

hos(P : — hose. 

hosarius : — a hosier. 

hospitalaria : — the hostry or 
guest-house of a monastery. 

hospitdlarius : — a knight of the 
Order of St. John of Jeru- 
salem ; a hospitaller or hos- 
tillar, a monk whose duty 
is to attend to guests, the 
steward of the guest-house ; 
a guest-master. 

hospitale, hospitalitas : — an inn; 
a guest house ; a hospital. 

hospitare terrain : — to enclose (?); 
to build a house on. 

hospitarius. See hospitalarhis. 

hospitator : — an innkeeper. 

hospitium : — a house for receiv- 
ing guests ; an inn, a hostel ; 
an Inn of Court or Chan- 
cery ; procuration or visita- 
tion money. 



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hostagium : — hostage. See also 
hospitium and hostelagium. 

hostelagittm : — a lord's right of 
being lodged by his tenants. 

hostelarium. See hospitalaria. 

hostellarius : — an innkeeper. See 
also hospitalarius. 

hosteria : — a riborium, q.A". 

hosterium : — a hoe. 

hostia : — the consecrated wafer. 

hostiagius : — a hostage. 

hostiaratus, hostiaria : — the office 
of usher or doorkeeper, one 
of the minor orders. 

hostiarius : — an usher. 

hosticius : — a porch. 

hostilagiiim. See hostelagium. 

hostillaria. See hospitalaria. 

hostillarius : — an ostler. See 
hospitalarius. 

hostium. For ostium. 

hostorrus : — a goshawk {astur 
palumbarius). 

hostorium: — a strickle for mea- 
suring corn. 

hostorius : — a goshawk. 

hostria. See hospitalaria. 

hostricus : — a goshawk. 

huca : — a hewke, a frock or 
mantle. 

hucea : — housing of a horse ; a 
gown. 

htichea : — a hutch. 

hudagium. See hidagium. 

hugia : — a hoy ; a hutch. 

huisserittm : — a ship for convey- 
ing horses. 
huisserius : — an usher. 



hulcus. See hulka. 

huldare : — to plank, to put 
campsheathing on a bank. 

hulka : — a large ship, a transport 
ship. 

hullus : — a hill. 

htilmus : — a holm, a meadow on 
a river bank, or an island. 

humagium : — a marshy place ; 
homage. 

htunmulina : — beer. 

hundreda. See hundredum. 

hundredarius : — a hundredor, a 
juror in a case concerning 
land who lives in the hun- 
dred in which the land is ; 
a bailiff of a hundred. 

hundredum : — a hundred, a divi- 
sion of a shire ; a hundred 
court ; payment due from a 
hundred ; fine from the hun- 
dredors for non-appearance 
at the court. 

hura : — a hure, a coarse cap. 

hurarius : — a hurrer, a maker of 
hures. 

hurdicius : — a hurdle ; a military 
engine to protect the assail- 
ants of a fortress; a hoarding. 

hurtardus, hurtus : — a ram. 

husa : — a horsecloth : housinsr. 

husbandrea : — a farmhouse; a 

farm. 
husbandus: — a farmer; apeasant. 

huscarla, huscarlius : — a house- 
hold servant ; a military 
retainer attached to the 
lord's household. 

huscus : — a holm. 

husebondus : — a husband, in the 
sense of economy. 

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husgahlum, husgahidum: — house- 
tax, or rent, husgable. 

hussus : — holly. 

hiistenghim, hustengum, hustin- 
gum : — hustings ; the Su- 
preme Coui't of the City of 
London. 

hutagium, hutasium, htitelhim, 
hutesium : — hue [and cry]. 

huterellum : — drift wood ('?). 
hyda. See hicla. 
hydromelbim : — mead. 



I. 



ibanum : — ebony. 

ibernagium. See hibernagium. 

ieona, iconia : — animage, a figure. 

iconomia : — housekeeping. 

idago. See indago. 

idoneare : — to prove innocence, 
to purge. 

idriola : — a holy water stoup. 

ifungia : — cocket bread, the 
second best white bread. 

ignitegium : — curfew. 

illegitimitas : — bastardy. 

illicite : — translated in a docu- 
ment of 1385, '' aukewardly." 

illimitatus : — unlimited. 

illuminare : — to paint. (0. E. 
Itm7ie.) 

imaginarius : — an image maker. 

imbassiator : — an ambassador. 

imbesilare : — to embezzle. 

imbreviare : — to abridge; to put 
in writing. 



imbricatus : — engrailed. See en- 
grallatus. 

t'mbrocus : — a brook. 

imbulus : — a pentice, a penthouse. 

imbursare : — to put in one's own 
purse. 

immeabilis : — immoveable. 

immeliorare : — to imj)rove. 

immerciatus : — fined, amerced. 

imminorare : — to diminish. 

impalare : — to impound. 

impanellare : — to enter the names 
of a jury ; to empanel. 

imparcamentum : — the right of 
impounding cattle. 

impnrcare : — to impark ; to im- 
pound. 

imparcatio. See imparcamentum. 

impechiamentum : — hindrance ; 
impeachment. 

impechiare : — to accuse, to im- 
peach. 

impedia : — the iipper leather of a 
shoe. 

impediare : — to mutilate a dog's 
feet, to law. See expe.ditare. 
impedlentes : — defendants. 
impennare: — to feather arrows. 
tmperator : — the emperor. 
imperpetuum : — for ever. 

impersonare : — to institute a 
rector. 

impersonata, persona : — parson 
imparsonee, a lawful incum- 
bent in actual possession. 

impescatus : — impeached. 

impetere : — to accuse, to im- 
peach. 



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impetitio : — au impeachment ; a 
claim. 

impignoriitissia : — adj. as a 
pledge. 

impinguare: — to fatten. 

implacitare : — to implead, to sue. 

implementum : — complement ; an 
utensil. 

implicatio : — a landing-stage, a 
mooring-place . 

impotsouare : — to poison. 

{mpomentiim : — a dessert of fruit. 

importancia : — importance. 

imposterum : — hereafter. 

impotlonare : — to poison. 

impressor : — a printer. 

impressus : — an adherent, a par- 
tisan. 

iinpretiabilis : — invaluable. 

impriinere : — to print. 

imprisa, imprisia : — enterprise. 

imprisius : — an adherent. 

imprisonamentare : — to imprison. 

imprisonamentum : — imprison- 
ment. 

imprisonare : — to imprison. 

imprisus : — an adherent. 

improbatio : — disapproval ; dis- 
proof. 

tmproperare : — to blame ; to im- 
pute. 

improperatio : —disgrace ; insult. 

impropriatio : — an ecclesiastical 
benefice in the hands of a 
layman. 

impraiamentum : — the improve- 
ment uf land, sometimes 
written appruiamentum. 



impruiare : — to improve land. 
inabilitas. See inhabilitas. 
inactitare : — to register. 
inamelatus : — enamelled. 
inancia : — advantage, advance. 
inannuJatus : — not ringed (of a 

pig)- 
inantea : — henceforth. 

inbasciator : — an ambassador. 

inbladare : — to sow with com. 

inbladdtio : — growing crops. 

inblaura : — the product of land 
{imbladatura). 

inbreviare. See imbreviare. 

inbrochiare : — to broach. 

inbullare : — to insert in a bull. 
incarcare : — to imprison. 

incartare : — to grant by a writ- 
ten deed. 
incastellare :— to fortify. 
ijicausare : — to implead. 
incaustorium : — an inkhom. 
incatistum : — ink. 

incensare: — to use incense; to 
confer an office. 

incerchare : — to seek. 

incertum opus: — rubble work. 

incharaxare : — to put in writing. 

inchartare. See incartare. 

inclaudare : — to fetter. 

inclausa. See inclausura. 

inclaustrum : — a cloister. 

inclnnsura : — an enclosure, a 
home close. 

inchiviire : — to prick with a nail. 

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inclusa : — a nun; an anchoress. 

inclusarius, inclusorius : — a pin- 

der. 
inclusorium : — a pound. 
inclusus : — a monk ; an anchorite. 

incluvium : — some instrument of 

torture. 
incomhrancia : — encumbrance. 

incomhrare : — to hinder ; to stop 
up a road ; to pawn. 

incompatibilitas : — incompati- 
bility, of benefices which 
cannot be held together. 

incopare : — to accuse. 

incopoliius : — a proctor ; a vicar. 

incordare : — to string a bow or 
crossbow. 

incortinare : — to adorn Avith 
hangings. 

incrastinum : — the morrow. 

incredens : — infidel. 

in crocamen turn : — ineroachment . 

tncrocare, incrochiare : — to en- 
croach. 
incrustator : — a tinker. 
inculpare : — to blame ; to accuse. 
inculpatio : — blame ; accusation. 
incunihrare. See itico/nbrdre. 

incurramentum : — liability to a 

penalty. 
incurriinenium : — a fine. 
incussa. For incoticussu. 
tncussorium : — a hammer. 
incus todid : — carelessness. 
indayo : — a park. 
indebitatus : — indebted. 

indecimniilis : — not liable to 
tithes. 



indefensus : — one who refuses to 
answer to an accusation. 

indefesibilis : — indefeasible, that 
cannot be made void. 

indempnis. For indemnis. 

indenture : — ^to indent. 

indentura : — an indenture. 

index : — a pointer or setter dog. 

indicib His : — unspeaka ble. 

indie tametitum : — an indictment. 

indictare : — to indict. 

indictio : — indictment ; indiction, 
a cycle of fifteen years by 
which writings were dated 
at Rome. 

indictor : — an accuser. 

indistanter : — immediately. 

indistringibilis : — not distraiii- 
able. 

indivisibilis murus : — a main wall, 
not a party wall. 

indivisum : — held in common. 

indorsamentum : — endorsement. 

indorsare : — to endorse. 

indorsatio : — endorsement. 

indossare. See indorsare. 

inductio : — induction, putting a 
clergyman into possession 
of Ms church. 

indula : — strong thread. 

indus : — indigo. 

inedicibilis : — unspeakable. 

inewurdus : — a watchman. 



infaidare : 
with. 



to be at enmity 



infalislatio:— a capital punish- 
ment inflicted at Dover, 
drowning (?). 



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infeodare : — to enfeoff. 

infeodatio decimarum : — granting 
tithes to lajmen. 

infeofare : — to enfeoff. 

inferitis : — lower down, in a roll; 
further on, in a book. 

injirmaria : — the infirmary of a 
monastery. 0. E. fermory, 
farmery. 

injirmarius : — the guardian of 
the sick in a monastery. 

ififirniatorium : — an infirmary. 

infiscare : — to confiscate. 

inflechiare : — to make shafts for 
arrows or bolts. 

inforaiare : — to fortify. 

informaior : — a tutor. 

infortinre : — to fortify. 

infossare : — to surround with a 
ditch. 

infra : — further on, in a refer- 
ence to a book or roll. 

infraclusus. For inclusus. 

infractura : — breach ; violation. 

itifraudulenius : — without fraud. 

infrontare : — to stop. 

infronlare sese : — to resist. 

in/runitas : — madness. 

infugare : — to put to flight. 

infula : — a cassock ; a coif. 

infunditur : — is flooded. 

ingaignia : — an engine; a 
machine ; a trap. 

ingenerabilis : — without the jx)wer 
of procreation. 

ingeniator : — an engineer. 

ingvnium : — a machine ; an en- 
gine ; a gin. 



ingenuitas : — freedom ; nobility. 

inglisheria : — Englishry. 

ingradatus : — engrailed. See 
engrallatus. 

ingrangiare : — to deposit in a 
granary. 

ingravare : — to engrave ; to de- 
mand. 

ingrediatus : — engrailed. See 
engrallatus. 

ingressus : — the relief paid by an 
heir on entering upon liis 
lands. 

ingrossare: — to engross, to copy 
out fairly, or to buy up. 

ingrossator : — a copier ; a whole- 
sale dealer. 

inguardus : — a guard ; a watch- 
man. 

inhabilitas: — unwieldiness ; un- 
fitness ; want of power. 

inhokare^ inhoc facere : — to en- 
close. 

inhokum : — " any corner or part 
of a common field, ploughed 
up and sowed with oats, 
&c., and sometimes fenced 
in with a dry hedge, in that 
year wherein the rest of the 
same field lies fallow and 
common" (Jacob). 

inhospitntio : — lodging. 

inhnndredum : — the central por- 
tion of a hundred (?). 

inimicare : — to be at enmity with. 

injuriatio : — wrongdoing ; in- 
jury. 

inlagare : — to restore to the 
benefit of the law. 

inlaguiiu : — the restitution of an 
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inlagatus : — one who is not an 
outlaw. 

inlantale : — demesne land. 

inlegiare : — to satisfy the law ; to 
restore to the benefit of the 
law. 

ifinamiare : — to distrain. 

innamiiim, innamum : — a pledge. 
See namium. 

innire : — to inn, to carry corn or 

hay. 
innocare : — to enclose. 
innocum. See inhokum. 
innodare : — to knot; to bind. 
innodius : — the nave of a wheel. 
innonia : — an enclosure. 

innoxiare : — to purge ; to ab- 
solve. 

inofficiare : — to provide with the 
services of the church. 

inordinatus : —intestate. 

inpennatus : — feathered. 

inprisius, inprisus : — an adherent. 

inguesta, tnguestum, inqidsttio : — 
an inquest ; an inquisition. 

inqtdsitor: — a sheriff, coroner, 
&c., who has power to hold 
inquests ; a retriever. 

inroliilare, inrollare: — to enrol. 
inscalare: — to climb by ladder, 

to bcale. 
insectator : — a prosecutor. 
insellatus : —unsaddled. 

insertum opus : — bonded ma- 
sonry. 

inservire : — to bring into slavery. 

iiiisiyillare : — to seal. 

insiyne : — a coat of arms. 



insilium : — bad advice. 
insolercia : — unskilfulness. 
insolutus : — unpaid. 

installare : — to instal ; to quit- 
claim, to compound. 

installatio v- — a composition. 

insiauramentum. See instauratio. 

mstaurare : — to stock (a farm). 

instaurarius : — a stockkeeper. 

instauratio, instaurum : — store ; 
stock of a farm ; furniture 
of a church, books, vest- 
ments, &c. 

instirpare : — to plant, to estab- 
lish. 

instita : — a rochet. 

i7istitutio : — institution, the 

granting by a bishop to a 

clerk of the cure of souls in 

his benefice. 
instuffare : — to stuff. 
instructus : — furniture ; tools. 
insubulus : — a trendle. 
insuetits : — accustomed. For as- 

suetus. 
insula : — a detached house or 

block of buildings ; an aisle. 
insular ius : — a keeper or porter 

of a detached house {insula), 
intabulare : — to write on tables ; 

to register. 
intaehgara : — agoreof land newly 

enclosed. 
intassare : — to heap up hay in 

cocks. 
intendentia : — submission. 

inlerceptio : — enterprise, aggres- 
sion. 

intercipere : — to attack ; to seize 
wrongfully. 

interrlaustrum : — a walk or pas- 
sage between cloisters ('?). 



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interclausum : — an enclosure. 

intervlausura : — the setting of 
precious stones ; chasing of 
metal. 

interclusorius : — enclosing. 

interclusum. See interclausum. 

intercommunicare : — to intercom- 
nion, where the tenants of 
two manors use the com- 
mons of both. 

inter esse : — interest. 

interessens : — being present at. 

interessentia : — interest ; fee to 
those performing divine 
service. 

interjinium : — a space ; the bridge 
of the nose. 

interlinearis : — between the lines. 

interlocutor ius : — conversational. 

interloingnium. See loingium. 

interlufUum : — play, mumming, 

as at Christmas. 
intermedium : — intercession. 
internamenium : — burial. 

interpeditatus : — not completely 

hambled. See ezpeditare. 
interplacitare : — to interplead. 
inter prisa :— an attack. 
interpugnare : — to fight together. 
interratiea : — the bowels. 

interstynum : — a token ; acounter- 

sign. 
intertenere : — to entertain. 
inter tiare : — to sequester. 
intestinum opus : — wainscot. 
inthronizare : — to enthrone. 

intitulare : — to enter in a book 
or list; to write titles on 
books ; to entitle. 



intorcinium : — a torch. 

in t rare : — to enter, or inn, i.e. 
drain and cultivate, marshes, 
which are then called innings. 

intrastagnum : — a seat in a row, 
astaUC?). 

intrinsecus : — a dweller within, 
a citizen, opp. to forinsecus. 

introdurere : — to marry. 

introitus: — an introit. an anti- 
phone sung while the priest 
is going to the altar. 

intronizare : — to enthrone. 

intrussare : — to pack up. 

inumbliare: — to trim the branches 

of trees. 
invadiare : — to mortgage ; to 

pawn. 
invadiatio : — a mortgage. 

intadimoniare : — to pledge, to 
put in pawn. 

inventaritim : — an inventory. 

inventio : — treasure trove. 

inventorium : — an inventory. 

inveritare : — to prove. 

investio, investinientum : — inves- 
titxire. 

incestire : — to invest, to give pos- 
session. 

intestitura : — investiture. 

involutorium : — a kerchief- 

inwardus : — a watchman. 

ipoporgium : — an andiron. 

irrectus : — unjust. 

irremiscihdis : — unpardonable. 

irreplegiabilis, irrepleviobilis : — 
irreplevisable, that which 
ought not to be reple^-ied or 
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irrotulamentum : — an enrolment. 

irrotulare: — to enrol. 

irrotulatio : — enrolling', 

irrugire. : — to roar. 

tie?- : — the circuit, or eyre, of a 
judge. 

iterans justiciarius : — a justice in 
eyre. 

iterare: — to make a journey; to 
hold an eyre ; to rejudge ; 
to repeat. 

iterato : — again, repeatedly. 

iteratus : — repeated. 

itineratio : — a circuit or eyre. 

itnrn : — an alure. See alura. 

ivernagium. See hibernagium. 



Jucenn : — in abeyance. 
jactacula : — a hawk's jesses. 
Jacii : — jesses. 

jaciicus : — one who loses by de- 
fault. 
Jahoiifis : — furze, gorse. 
jampnum,ja7inum : — furze, gorse. 
jantare: — to breakfast. 
jardinus : — a garden. 
jarellum : — a barrier. 
jarrum : — a jar. 
jarrmjlUum : — a gutter. 
jaula, ^c. See gaola, ^'c. 
jauones : — furze (?). 
jercia : — a lamb. 
j'esa : — a gisarme. 
Jeiti : — jesses. 



j'ocale : — a jewel. 

jocarius : — a jester. 

jocillator : — a juggler. 

joellum : — a jewel. 

joppus : — a fool. 

jornale. Seej'ornata. 

jornancia : — a day's work. 

jornata : — a day's work or jour- 
ney ; an acre of land. (Fr. 
joiirnaic.) 

Jovis dies : — Thursday. 

juduismus : — Jewry. 

judicalor : — a doomsman, a man 
called in to assist a Court 
in difficult cases, esp. in 
Cheshire. 

jugulare : — to yoke. 

juguUettiim : — the neck. 

Jugum :— a yoke of land, half a 
ploug-h-land. 

juisa, Juisium : — judgment; trial 
by ordeal or battle ; execu- 
tion ; pillory. 

jumciitaj-ius : — a man in charge 

of mares. 
jumentum : — a mare. 
juncare : — to strew rushes. 
juncata : — cream cheese. 
juncta : — a joint. 
junctunx : — a measure of salt. 
junctura : — jointure. 

j'upa : — a petticoat ; a gown open 
in front. O.E., a chymmer. 

jupellum:—a coat, a frock; a 
kind of banner. 

j'urata, Jaratio : — a jury ; a body 

of j urates. 
jurator : — a juror. 



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juratus : — a j urate ; a person in 
Bordeaux, Bayonne, and 
other French towns, equi- 
valent to an alderman in 
England; also in Maidstone 
for a time in the 17th cen- 
tur>' aldermen were ciaUed 
j urates. 

jurista : — a lawyer. 

j'urTtale : — a diary. See j'ornata. 

jurnedum : — a day's joumpj'. 

justa, justea : — a joust, a tourna- 
ment ; a flagon. 

j'usticifi : — jurisdiction; a fine; 
right, due ; a justiciai'y or 
justice ; a joust. 

justiciabilis : — under jurisdic- 
tion. 

justiciare : — to bring to trial ; to 
exercise or adjninister jus- 
tice ; to compel, to punish. 

jttsticiare se : — to appear or plead 
before a justice. 

justiciar in : — the office of justice 
or justiciary ; a writ to jus- 
tices^ the day when they 
sit. 

justiciarius : — a justice. 

justijicare : — to bring to trial. 

justijicator : — a compurgator. 

j'ustiiiaria. See justiciaria. 

juslitium : — cessation from the 
exercise of justice. 

justurimn : — a mill clapper. 

juttare : — to jut out. 



K. 

kaia, iaittm : — a quay ; a wharf. 

kaiagium : — toll paid for unload- 
ing goods at a wharf; 
quayage. 

kaletidte, d'c. See calenda. 

kaneva : — canvas. 

kanevacius : — with canvas mail. 
*'Mail" is the word used 
for the plumage of a hawk 
over a year old.* 

karetta : — a cart. 

karisma : — grace. 

karistia : — dearth. 

karrata : — a cartload. 

karula : — a carrel, a small square 
chamber or cell, sometimes 
found in cloisters. 

karvana : — a caravan. 

karvannum : — a baggage train. 

katalluin. See catallum. 

katima : — thatch. 

kayus, kaya : — a quay ; a wharf. 

kebbalus multu: — a worthless 
sheep, a kebber. 

kembelina : — a kemeling, or 
keeler. a tub. 

kemmotits : — a cymwd or comot, 

the quarter of a cantref. 

See cantreda. 
kernellare : — to embattle, to 

crenellate. 
kernellum: — a battlement; a 

pinnacle. 



• " Hawkes have white maill, canvas maUl or rede maill, and some 
call rede maill, iren mayll. "NMiite maUl is soone knawe. Canvas maill 
is betwcnc white maill and iren maill. And iron maill is varri rede." 
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keveronus. See cheveringus. 

kidellus : — a kiddle or kettle, a 
contrivance for catcliing fish 
get in a weir. 

Idllagium : — keelage, the right of 
demanding money for ships 
lying in a harbour. 

kintale: — a weight, about 100 lbs. 
See quintale. 

kiprus : — kipper, of fish. 

kivil'a : — a pin. 

klammator. See hlammator. 

knipulus : — a knife. 

knopa : — a knob ; a knoji. 

kokettus. See cokettus. 

kranagium. See cranayium. 

kunupulus : — the clapper of a 
bell. 

kydillus. See kidellus. 



labilitas : — liability to slip. 

labina : — a marsh ; a fen. 

labor arius : — a labourer. 

laccus : — a lock (of hair or wool). 

laceatus : — fringed ; laced. 

lacescibilis : — weary. 

lacerta : — a fathom. 

lacinia : — a lappet. 

lacista : — a cade of herring. 

lacta : — defect in weight ; lack. 

laetagium : — rent for milch cows. 

lactare : — to lack. 

lactiriniuni : —milky food. 

lactum : — alloy. 



lacum : — lack. 

lacunar :— a candle beam. 

lada: — purgation ; a watercourse, 
lode ; a load ; a lathe, a 
division of a county. 

ladiare : — to purge oneself of a 
crime. 

Icedorinni : — reproach. 

Icestum : — a lathe. See leda. 

laga : — a lane ; law. 

lagematmus: — a lawman, a 
judge. 

lagena: — a gallon, an eighth of 
a bushel. 

laghdagha : — a law-day. 

laghelmotus : — a law hallmote. 

laia : — a broad way in a wood ; 
a wild sow. 

latcus :■ — a layman. 

laidare. See ladiare. 

lairvita : — punishment for incon- 
tinence. 
lambella : — a label (heraldic). 

lambriscare, lambrissare, lam- 
bruscare, lamburchare : — to 
wainscot ; to ceil ; to orna- 
ment with fretwork. 

lamen : — a plate, a blade. (For 

lamina.) 
lampreda : — a lamprey {petro- 

myzon niarinus), sometimes 

a lampern [petrotnyzon flu- 

viutilis). 

lanipro : — a lampern. 
lanarius : — a woollen draper. - 

lanceare : — to extend, to abut (of 
land). 

lancearia : — a loophole for thrust- 
ing lances through ; a long 
narrow ship. 



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laneeicia -.—Sin adjective applied 
to hides. (Pat. 14 H. iij., 
p. 2, m. 6). 

lancentagium, lancettagium : — a 
base or servile tenure. 

Inncettisjancetta : — a tenant hold- 
ing by such a tenure. (A. 
S. landseeta or landsittend.) 
At Bury St. Edmunds the 
lancetti had to clean out 
certain chambers in the 
abbey. 

lanciator: — keeper of lances in 
the Tower. 

landa : — a lawn ; land. 

landea : — a ditch for draining a 
marsh. 

lanerius, lanerus : — a lanner 
{falro lanarius or feldeggi). 
In the Middle Ages used 
for the female. 

langahulum : — tax or rent from 
land. 

langellum : — swaddling clothes. 

Inngemannus : — the lord of a 
manor. 

langeolum, langeolus : — a woollen 
shirt, reaching to the knees, 
worn by monks. 

laniarius. See lanerius. 

lanlordus : — a landlord. 

lano niger : — a kind of base coin. 

lanterium : — the top of a steeple. 

lantema : — a lantern. 

lapicidium : — a stone quarry. 

lappatus : — shaggy. 

lappiare : — to lop. 

lardanaritim, lardarium : — a 
larder ; a salting house. 



lardanarius, lardarius : — a lar- 
derer, or clerk of the kitchen. 
tardea rium : — a larder. 
lardenarius. See lardanarius. 
larderarius. See lardanarius. 
larduarium : — a larder. 
larditm : — bacon. 
largitio : — largesse. 

larricinium : — robbery, larceny 

(latrocinium). 
lastrium : — azure. 
lassatinus : — an assassin. 

lasta, lastum : — a last, a measure 

used, for fish, hides, com, 

wool, &c. 
lastagium : — custom paid for 

wares sold by the last ; 

ballast. See lestagium. 
lastum : — a lathe, a division of a 

county. 
lata : — a lath ; a latch. 
lateranea : — a bedfellow ; a wife. 

laterna (lantema) : — a prison in 

a convent. 
laternre : — to lie sideways (of 

land). 
latha : — a lath. 
lathamus. See latomus. 
latia : — framework. 
laticium : — lattice. 

latinarius : — an interpreter, a 

latimer or latiner. 
latius : — a lath. 
latomia : — masonry. 
latomus : — a stonecutter. 

latro : — the right of punishing 

thieves. 
latronissa : — a feminine robber. 
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latthacio : — lathing work. 

lattrinum, lattiinum : — latten. 

latunatus : — made of latten. 

latunum : — latten. 

laturia : — a book containing the 
Litan}-. 

latus : — a sidesman. 

laubia : — a porch, a gallery. 

laudare : — to arbitrate. 

laudator : — an umpire. 

laudes :—Faalms 148, 149, 150. 

laudtim : — an award. 

lavnndarid : — a laundry ; a lava- 
tory. 

lavatoriiim : — a lavatory; a 
laundry ; sometimes used 
for piscina. 

laxa : — a leash. 

laxis : — an implement used in 
cookery. 

lay a : — a wild sow. 

lecator : — a person of bad charac- 
ter, a lecher. 

leccacitas : — lechery. 

leccator : — a lecher. 

lechia : — rushes or sedge. 

lecia : — a leash. 

lecteria. See lltera. 

lectica : — litter for cattle. 

lectio : — a lesson. 

lectionarium : — a book containing 
lessons, composed by St. 
Jerome ; or the epistles read 
at mass. 

lectis :— a brother's daughter. 

lectisternium : — bedding ; a mat- 
trass. 



lector atiis : — the office of reader, 
one of the minor orders. 

Jectorium : — a reading-desk; a 
lectern. 

lectrinum. See lectorium. 

lecturire : — to lecture. 

lecturiicm. See hctoriicm. 

leda : — a lathe, a division of a 
county. 

ledo, ledona : — tide. 

leg a : — alloy. See also leuca. 

Jegalitas : — status as a lawful 

man; jurisdiction. 
legamannus : — a lawful man, or 

man of law. 

legancia. See ligancia. 

legatarius : — legatary ; a legatee ; 
a legate. 

legatia : — legation ; the district 
over which a legate has 
jurisdiction. 

legcitus a latere: — a legate sent 
by the Pope with the 
amplest authority. 

legatus niitus : — a legate in ordi- 
nary, an archbishop or 
bif^hop possessing legatine 
authority in his diocese. 

legenda : — a book containing the 
lessons for church service, 
or the lives of saiuts. 

legia : — the hanging part of the 
ear. 

legiosus : — litigious. 

legius. See ligeus. 

legrewita : — a fine for adultery. 

lemniscus : — a label (heraldic). 

lenga : — a ling {asellus longus). 



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leones : — false coin prohibited 
by Edw. I. 

lepa: — a. lip, or lepe, a basket 
holding about two-thirds of 
a bushel. 

lepidare : — to speak fair. 

leporarius : — a greyhound. 

leporium : — a hare-warren. 

leprosaria : — a lazarhouse. 

lesca : — a slice. 

lescare : — to slice. 

lesia : — a leash. 

lessa : — a legacy ; a lease. 

lessia : — a leash. 

lesta, lestum : — a last ; a lathe. 
See lasia. 

lestagium : — toll paid at a port 
on landing goods ; or at a 
market or fair for licence to 
remove goods. 

lestum : — a lathe, a division of a 
county. 

Jestira : — a leasowe, a pasture. 

leia : — a court-leet. 

letania : — a litany. 

leitca: — a league, 1,500 paces, 
or 480 perches ; sometimes 
used for a mile, and other 
distances ; a covenant. 

leucata : — a league ; banlieue. 

leuga. See leuca. 

leugata. See leucata. 

leugator: — a scout or forager (?). 

levabtlis : — ^leviable. 

levanum : — leavened bread. 

levare: — to collect, to levy; to 
remove ; to carry hay ; to 
make hay. 



levare mercatum : — to hold a 
market. 

levator : — a lever. 

levellus : — level. 

leverarius : — a harrier. 

leverio, breve de : — writ of relief. 

levescerei — to become light. 

levia : — a span. 

levinarius : — a lymehound, " a 
leviner." 

levita : — a deacon. 

lex : — sometimes used for ordeal. 

lezura : — a leasowe, a pasture. 

liardus : — dapple grey. 

libellare : — to put in writing ; to 
convey by charter. 

libelli supplicum, magister : — 
Master of Requests. 

libellus : — a declaration ; a libel ; 
a charter. 

liber lapis : — freestone. 

libera : — delivery of a portion of 
grass or corn to a tenant 
who has been engaged in 
cutting it. 

liberare : — to deliver. 

liberata : — a gift ; livery. The 
word " clothing" was used 
for the liverymen of a City 
Company as late as the 
Stuart period. 

liberate : — a writ ordering a pay- 
ment to be made, commenc- 
ing with this word. 

liberatio. See liberata. 

liberatura. See liberata. 

liber tare : — to set free. 

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libitina : — a bier, a hearse. 

libra: — a pound, in weight or 

money. 
librarium : — a library. 
librarnis : — a scribe ; a librarian. 

librata terrae : — land worth 20*. 

yearly ; 4 oxgangs, or 52 

acres. 
Ubrillare'. — to chatter ; to babble. 
licecB : — lists ; barriers. 

Ucentiare : — to give leave ; to 
take leave of. 

licentiatio : — leave. 

licere : — to license. 

lichiniiis : — the wick of a candle. 

lichinus : — a candlestick. 

lichitus : — an oil flask. 

licice : — lists; barriers. 

liciarium : — a bid, in dealing. 

liciatorium : — a loom. 

licitamentum : — a bid. 

liemarius : — a lymehound. 

liga : — a league, a confederation. 

ligamen : — a bond ; an oath. 

Uganda : — allegiance, homage. 

ligatus : — a liegeman. 

ligeancia : — allegiance ; breach 
of allegiance. 

ligeus, ligius : — liege ; lawful ; 
simple, unconditioned. 

lignagium : — the right of cutting 

fuel in woods. 
lignamen : — timber. 
lignarius :— a wharfinger. 
Ugniculum : — a small image of 

wood. 
lignile : — a wooden cupboard. 



lignipodium : — a wooden leg ; a 

stilt. 
ligula : — a fillet, a file. 
limas : — an apron. 
Itmbus : — a shallow boat ; a punt. 

liminiscus : — a point or stop in 
a MS. 

limo : — a cartshaft. 

limus : — an apron. 

Una lintea : — " Anglice lynnen 
yarne." (Pat. 8 Jac. I., 
pt. 5, No. 3.) 

linare : — to line. 

linarium : — a place where flax is 

grown. 
linenliter : — in a straight line. 
linear e : — to line. 
lingius : — of linen. 
lingua : — loin. 

linguaris miles : — a pursuivant ; 

a knight of the tongue, i.e. 

a lawyer, &c., as opposed to 

a knight of the sword, a 

soldier. 
liniare : — to line. 

linteamen, linthiamen : — linen 
stuff ; a sheet ; an apron ; a 
neckerchief ; a ruffband. 

linura : — lining. 

linus : — clay. 

lipsana i — relics. 

liquiritia : — liquorice. 

lira : — a measure of land (York- 
shire). 

liripipium : — the tail of a hood, 
or the peak of a shoe. 

lisia : — an edge ; a strip ; a cata- 
logue ; lists for a tourna- 
ment. 

lisura : — list (of cloth). 



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liter a, liter ia : — litter, straw ; a 

litter; bedclothes. 
liti<s. See licea. 

litor : — a dauber. 

litteria, littira. See litera. 

lixus : — boiled. 

lobbum : — a large fish in the 
North Sea, of the cod species. 
labia : — a porch ; a gallery. 
lobium: — a portico ; a lobby. 
locagiuni : — a lease ; rent. 
locare : — to let ; to hire. 
loccttm : — a lock on a river. 

lochia : — a stone-loach {cobitis 

barbatula). 
locutorium : — a parlour. 
loda : — a load. 
lodium : — a louvi'e. 
loerenium : — a rein. 
logo : — a trass (?) of hay. 

loggiare : — to cut wood into 

logs(?). 
logia : — a lodge ; an outhouse. 
logiare :— to lodge, to dwell. 
logium. See logia. 

loingium, loingnium : — a lewne, 
or lune, a strap attached to 
a hawk's jesses. 

lokettum : — a locket ; a flock of 
wool. 

lolidodium : — a cart saddle. 

longellus :—a. coverlet; a long 

cloak. 
lonnia : — a loin. 
lopare : — to lop. 
loquela : — imparlance ; a plea ; a 

suit. 
loquenda : — a point reserved by 

a court for consideration. 

M. 



lorarius : — a lymehound. 
lorema : — a bridle bit. 
loreinum : — a bridle rein. 

lorengum, lorenna, lorenum. See 

loreinum. 
lorica : — a hauberk. 
loridium : — a belt. 
lorimaria : — lorimery, bits, 

buckles, and other metal 

work for harness. 
lorimarius : — a lorimer or loriner ; 

a spurrier ; a giidler. 

lotorium : — a wash-hand basin. 

lottum et scottum : — ^lot and scot. 

lovera, loverium : — a louvre. 

lucariiis : — a woodward ; a parker. 

lucea : — a taper. 

lucellus : — a bier, a hearse. 

lucernarius : — a watch dog. 

luces : — pike {esox lucius) (pi.). 

lucina : — a gore in a dress. 

lucubrum : — a lantern. 

lucupletare : — to enrich. 

ludator : — a player. 

ludricus : — a beast of burden. 

hiduin :— a device ; a motto. 

luigna : — a loin. 

lumbale, lumbar e : — a belt, a 
girdle. 

luminarius : — a dealer in lights ; 

a chandler. 
luminio : — lighting. 

lunte, dies: — Monday. Liince is 
also used for Monday by 
itself, not declined, as — infra 
Luna, before Monday ; and 
the same is true of the 
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lunarius : — a watch dog. 

lunda : — a bind of eels, i.e. 250 ; 
two timbers of skius, i.e. 80. 

lundeni :— men whose service was 
on Monday. 

lundinarium : — a quarter of a 
virgate. 

lunivagus girus : — the moon's 
orbit. 

luparius : — a wolf hunter. 

luplicetum : — a hop garden. 

lupulatus : — made of hops. 

lupus : — a cutaneous eruption. 

lura : — a bung. 

lurale: — a lure. 

lusceus :— a pike {esox lucius). 

lussus, lusus: — a brother-in-law. 

luta : — a lute. 

Inter : — a basin, a laver, a font. 

lutrarius : — an otter hound. 

lutrea : — an otter. 

lutricius : — an otter hound. 

luuebona v — work done gratui- 
tously, 

luvare : — a louvre. 

luvereticus cams : — a wolfhound. 

luverus : — a louvre. 

lymputia :— a lime pit. 



M. 

macarius. See macellarius. 

macea • — a mace. 

macellarius, niacerarius : — a vic- 
tualler ; a fleshmonger. 



maceria : — the outer wall of a 
convent. 

machecaria : — a meat market. 

machecarius. See macellarius. 

machecollare :— to SLdimachecoulis 
to a castle. 

macia : — a mace. 

macuellus : — a small mace. 

macula : — mail ; silver half- 
pence. 

madera :— madder. 

madialis : — adj. of May. 

madius : — the month of May. 

maeremium, maerennium : — tim- 
ber. 

m,agnagium : — a house. 

magnnlis : — great. 

magthura : — same as mangura{?). 

mahemiarc : — to maim. 

mahemium : — mayhem, maim. 

mahumeria : — a mosque. 

maialis : — adj. of May. 

maignagium : — a brazier's shop. 

maior : — a mayor. 

maiorare : — to increase, to im- 
prove. 

maiorta, mairia : — mayoralty. 

maisneda : — a household. 

maisremum, maisremium :— tim- 
ber. 

maker ellus : — a mackerel (scomier 
scombrus). 

mala : — a budget for carrying 
letters ; a mail ; beech 
mast (?). 

malandrinus : — a pirate. 

malecredere : — to suspect. 



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maleficare : — to bewitch. 
maleficium : — witchcraft. 
maleficus : — a wizard. 
maletta : — a Bmall mail or trunk. 
malignare : — to maim. 
malina : — spring tide. 

mallardus : — a mallard, the male 

of anas boschas. 
mallia : — mail. 

mallium : — a mesh. 

malmaria : — a mosque. 

maltra : — a comhe, 4 pecks. 

malveisina : — an engine to cast 

stones. 
mana : — an old woman. 
managium : — a house. 

manbota : — compensation paid for 
murder to the victim's 
master. 

manca : — a square gold Saxon 
coin, value thirty pence, in 
the 12th century, from 6s. 
to 7s. 6d. ; a silver coin, 
i oz. ; a mark ; a fishing 
boat ; a defect. 

manceps: — a manciple, clerk of 
the kitchen. 

mancipulus : — a panier man 
(Middle Temple). 

mancinus r^— lefthanded. 

mancus : — the curve of a sickle 

or scythe.. 
mancusa. See manca. 

mandatarius : — a mandatory, a 
commissioner. 

mandatum : — maundy ; an extra 
allowance of food in a con- 
vent ; footwashing in a 
monastery on Saturday. 

mandihile festum : — a feast. 



mandra : — a shed, a hoveL 

maneleta : — tares, weeds. 

manens : — a tenant who was con- 
fined to the land. 

manensts : — a house, a farm. 
manerium : — a manor. 

manga, manganum : — a mangonel, 
for casting stones. 

manger ium : — the right of re- 
ceiving food, &c., at the 
house of a tenant. 

mangiatorium : — a manger. 

mangonale, mangonelus : — a 
mangonel, for casting 
stones. 

mangonare : — to traffic at a 
market. 

mangonelus, mangonellus. See 
m.angonale. 

mangura : — food. 

maniamentum : — administration 
of justice ; possession. 

maniculure : — to handcuff. 

maninga : — jurisdiction ; a court 
of law. (A. S. manung.) 

manipularis : — a corporal, in the 
time of James I. 

manipulum : — a maniple, worn 
by a priest on the left arm. 

mannagium : — a house. 

mannire : — to cite. 

manAus : — a horse. 

manopera : — a day's work. 

mansa : — a farm ; a dwelling- 
house ; sometimes a hide of 
land. 

manser : — a bastard. 

mnnsia, mansio. See mansa. 

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mansionartus : — a harbinger; a 
sexton. 

mansutn, mansura, manaus. See 
mansa. 

mantea : — a mantle. 

mantellum : — a cloak ; a mantlet. 

mantiare : — to fit a handle to. 

mantica : — a wallet. 

mantile : — a long robe. 

mantuni : — a cloak, a mantle. 

manuale : — a manual, a book 
containing what is neces- 
sary for the administration 
of sacraments and sacra- 
mentals. 

manualis obedient ia : — sworn obe- 
dience. 

manuhriator : — a maker of hilts 
or handles, a hafter, a 
helver. 

manucapere : — to mainprise, to 
become mainpernor for. 

manucaptio : — mainprise, surety. 

manucaptor : — a mainpernor, 
ban. 

manulevare : — to raise (money). 

manumola, manumula : — a hand- 
mill. 

manuopera : — stolen goods taken 
on a thief ; cattle and farm 
implements ; handwork. 

manuoperarius : — a handicrafts- 
man. 

manupasttis : — a domestic ser- 
vant ; domestic service. 

manupes : — a foot in length. 

manupositum : — a deposit ; an 
earnest. 

manurare : — to manure. 

manus : — used for an oath. 



manusmola : — a handmill. 

manus moriua : — mortmain. 

manutenentia : — maintenance ; 
the unlawful upholding of a 
person or cause. 

manutenere : — to maintain. 



manutensionis pileum 
maintenance. 



a cap of 

See 



manutentor : — a maintainor 
manutenentia . 

manutentum : — a handle. 

manutergium : — a hand wipe a 
towel. 

manzer : — a bastard. 

mapparius : — a keeper of linen. 

mara :— a lake, a mere ; a moor. 

marabotinus : — a gold coin used 
by the Arabs in Spain ; an 
account temp. Hen. III. 
states ^'■marabotinus seu ta- 
letittim.^^ In later times it 
appears to mean a maravedi. 

marca : — a mark, a silver coin, 
8 oz. troy weight, in money 
13s. 4d. 

marca auri : — in 1130 was worth 
6^. ; in Stephen's reign, 9 
silver marks ; in the reign 
of Henry II,, 121. ; in John's 
reign, 10 silver marks. 

marcanda villa : — a market town. 

marcapetnm : — a footstool. 

m,arcarda villa : — a market town. 

marcare : — to mark ; to take by 
right of letters of marque. 

marcata : — a rent of a mark. 

marcator : — a merchant. 

marcatum : — a market. See mer- 

catum. 
marcatus : — a rent of a mark. 



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marcha. See marca. 

marchalsia : — the Marshalsea, a 
prison in London. 

marchantesia : — merchandise. 

marcheium : — a market. 

marchesia : — the March ; the 
Court of the March. 

marcheta. See tnerchetum. 

marchetum : — a market. 

tnarchia : — the March or border 
land between two countries. 

marchiare : — to adjoin, to border 
on. 

marchiatus : — a marquis. 

marchio : — a marcher ; a mar- 
quis. 

marchionatus : — a marquisate. j 

marchionissa : — a marchioness. '. 

marchistis, marchisius : — a mar- 
cher, a dweller on a March. 

Marcialis : — in the month of 
March. 

marcula : — diminutive of marca. \ 

tnarearchus : — an admiral. 

maremium : — timber. 

marescalcia, marescallia, niares- 
caltia : — the right of taking 
fodder for horses ; the office 
of marshal ; the Marshalsea, 
London ; a stable. 

marescalcus, marescaldus, mares- 
callus : — a farrier ; a mar- 
shal ; a harbinger. 

mareschttm : — a marsh. 

mareium : — a marsh. 

ninrgia : — a border, a margin. 

Mar tale : — a book containing the 
Hours of the B. V. M. 



marietare : — ^to marry. 

marina : — the seashore. 

marinarius : — a seaman, a mari- 
ner. 

marinellus : — a mjiriner. 

mariola : — a small image of the 
Virgin Mary. 

marisarchus. See marearchus. 

mariscalcia. See marescalcia. 

mariscus : — a marsh. 

mariiagium : — ^marriage ; a mar- 
riage portion ; the right of 
giving in marriage. 

maritatio : — a gift by the hus- 
band to the wife on mar- 
riage. 

marla : — marl. 

marlare, marliare : — to spread 
marl over land ; to dig 
marl. 

marleputtum : — a marlpit. 

marlera, marlerium, marleitim: — 
a marlpit. 

marlia : — marl. 

marlura : — marling. 

marna : — some clay used in pot- 
tery ; marl. 

mameria : — a marlpit ; a moat. 

marqua : — the right of reprisals, 
marque. 

marquezius : — a marquis. 

[ marquisia : — a marchioness. 

marquisius: — a marquis. 

marra : — a moor ; an iron tool 
like a pickaxe. 

marscallare : — to do a farrier's 
work. 

martellus : — a hammer. 



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marterina pellis : — marten fur. 

martilogare : — to insert in a 
register of martyrs. 

martilogium : — a register of mar- 
tyrs {martyrologium). 

martina : — a marten {martes 
foina). 

martineta : — a kingfisher (alcedo 
ispida). 

Marti s dies : — Tuesday. 

martologium. See martilogium. 

martrina, martrix, martro : — a 
marten. 

marutia : — some additional out- 
work to a castle. 
masagium :— a messuage. 
masca : — a masque. 
mascea : — a mace. 

maserus : — a maser, a bowl, often 
of wood, especially maple. 

mas7iagium : — a dwelling-place. 

massa : — a club ; a mass. 

massare : — to chew ; to hammer. 

mastintts, mastivus : — a mastiff. 

mastruca : — a cloak of skin, fur 
inside. 

mastrum : — a kneading trough. 

mastus : — a mast. 

masuagium. See messuagium. 

masuella : — a small club. 

masura. See mansa. 

mature : — to mate at chess. 

matinellum : — breakfast. 

matracia, m,atracium : — a mat- 
tress ; quiet. 

matria : — a pantry. 

matricula : — a list ; a register. 



matrimonium : — marriage ; in- 
heritance descending by 
marriage. 

matrina : — a godmother. 

matutini : — lauds, in the Rule of 
St. Benedict. 

matutinale : — a book of lauds. 

matutinellum : — breakfast. 

maupigyrnum : — a sort of pot- 
tage. 

maviscus : — a thrush ( Ttirdus 
musicus). 

maxima : — an axiom ; a maxim. 

maximus senex : — oldest. 

mazenarius: — a keeper of mazers. 

mazonarius : — a mason. 

meandrum : — a rubbish hole. 

meanialis. See menialis. 

meatim : — in my own way. 

medaria : — a place for making or 

stowing mead. 
medarius : — a mead maker, or 

seller ; an official in charge 

of the medary in a convent. 
mederia : — a house where mead 

is sold. 
mediamnis : — a dyke ; a canal. 
medianetum : — arbitration. 
meda : — mead. 

medicus digitus : — the third fin- 
ger. 

medie m,anus, homo : — a man of 
low rank. 

medietas : — mesnalty, the right 
of the mesne lord. 

meditentum : — the cap of a flail. 

meditullium : — -middle. 

medius : — mean ; mesne. 

medlea, medleta, m,edletum : — a 
fray ; a medley. 



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medo : — mead. 

megadomesticus : — a chief officer 

of the household, a major 

domo. 
megarus : — mackerel {scomber 

scombrus). 
megucarius : — a white tawyer, a 

leather dresser. 
metda : — madder. 
meimmatus : — maimed. 
mela : — a measure of com and 

cheese (Scotch). 
melleta. See medlea. 

mellibrodium : — bracket or brag- 
wort, a drink flavoured with 
honey and spice. 

mellitarius : — a beekeeper. 

melotus : — a badger {meles 

taxus). 
memorandorium : — a catalogue. 
memorator : — a remembrancer. 
memprisa. See manucaptio. 
menagium : — a family. 

mencta. Perhaps an error for 
meneia. 

meneia : — appearance ; obei- 
sance (?). 

menestrallus : — an artisan ; a 
minstrel. 

meneium : — a wooden horn. 

menialis : — menial. From 
moenia. 

meniare : — to wall. 

mensacula : — a carving knife. 

mensura : — a bushel ; standard 
measure ; a candle of the 
length of or perhaps image 
in wax of a sick person or 
limb sent to a shrine. 

mensurare : — to measure for the 
purpose mentioned above. 

nienusa : — reeds, rushes (?). 



mera : — a marsh ; a mere ; im- 
pressed wine. (Fr. mere 
goutte.) 

merarius : — a midday meal. 

merca. See marca. 

mercancia, mercandisia : — mer- 
chandise. 

mercandizare : — to trade. 

mercantia : — merchandise. 

mercatnria villa : — a market 
town. 

mercatum, mercatorium : — a 

market. 
mercearius : — a mercer. 

mercenarius : — a hireling. 

m^erceria : — mercery. 

mercerius, mercerus : — a mercer. 

merchandizare : — to trade. 

merchetu, merchetum : — a fine 
payable by a villein for 
licence to give his daughter 
in marriage, and in Scotland 
at his own marriage. 

mercia : — traffic ; a fine. 

merciamentum : — a fine. 

merciarius : — a mercer. 

tnercimoniatus : — impost on mer- 
chandise ; custom. 

mercinarius : — a mercer. 

mercum : — a mark, a sign. 

Mercurii dies : — Wednesday. 

meremium : — timber. 

merendula : — an afternoon re- 
freshment, a bever. 

mergulus : — a sink, of a lamp or 
a lavatory. 

mergus : — a bucket ; a water dog. 

merketum :■ — a market. 



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merlare. See marlare. 

merlengus, merUngus : — a ling 
{asellus lonyus). 

merscum : — a marsh. 

meruca : — a cod {morrhua vul- 
garis). 

merulus : — a merlin [falco 
(esalon). 

mesagium. See messuagium. 

mescheninga : — wrongful prose- 
cution [miskenning). 

mesfacere : — to do wrong. 

mesJea, mesleia, mesleta : — a fray, 
a melee. 

mesprisio. See misprisio. 

messaria : — the office and profits 
of a farm bailiff. 

messarius : — a mower or reaper ; 
a farm bailiff. 

messina : — harvest time. 

messuagium : — a messuage ; a 
dwelling-house. 

mestaria, mestera, mesterum : — 
art ; trade ; mistery. 

mesteleniutn : — the remains of a 
meal given as alms. 

mesticare, mestijieare : — to make 
sad. 

mestilo : — mesline, Avheat and rye 
mixed. 

me.ta : — a mete, a boundary. 

meiallifodina : — a mine. 

metebona : — work done for food. 

meya : — a stack or heap of hay 
or corn, a mow. 

micatorium. : — a gi'ater. 

niichia : — a loaf. 

miles : — a knight. 



miliare : — a thousand ; a mUe ; a 

milestone. 
miliatium : — millet. 
milicentum : — a millstreaui. 
militare : — to be knighted. 

militia : — knighthood ; a knight's 
fee; a body of knights or 
soldiers ; tenure by knight 
service. 

milium : — millet. 
millenarium : — a thousand. 
milliare : — a thousand ; a mile ; 
a milestone. 

millo : — a hayrick. 

milium : — a hound's collar. 

miltcellus. See mulvellus. 

mimilogium : — minstrelsy. 

mina: — a measure of corn, &c., 
3 to 7 skeps ; a measure of 
land, 120 ft. square; a 
measure of wine ; a mine. 

minagium : — toll paid on corn 
sold by the mina. 

minare : — to drive ; to guide. 
minor ia : — a mine. 
yninator : — a miner. 
minera : — a mine, ore. 
minerarius : — a miner. 
m,ineria : — a mine ; a quarry. 
minetarius : — a miner. 
miniator : — an illuminator. 
minietum verruni : — miniver. 

minigunga : — warning. (A. S. 
mynegung.) 

minister : — a thane ; a bailiff. 

ministeriales : — traders. 



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ministerium :— a trade ; a cred- 
ence, among Carthusians, 
Cistercians and Premonstra- 
tensian canons. 

ministralcia : — minstrelsy. 

mintstrallns, ministraulus : — a 
minstrel. 

minorissa : — a Minoress, a nun 
of S. Clare. 

minstrellus : — a minstrel. See 
ntenestrallus. 

minitor : — a miner. 

minorare : — to lessen. 

tninta : — mint. 

minuare : — to damage. 

minuere : — to let blood. 

minuta : — a draft, a minute. 

minutio : — bleeding. 

»»t»a : — agi-eement ; arbitration ; 
cost, expense. 

miscuare : — to mix. 

misdocere: — to misinform; to 
misadvise. 

misellus : — a leper. 

misericordia : — an arbitrary fine ; 
a gratuitous portion of food 
given in addition to com- 
mons ; a hall in a monastery 
where additional commons 
were given ; a dagger ; a 
wooden turn up seat in the 
choir of a church. 

miser enire : — to fail. 

misprisio : — misprision, cxdpable 
concealment of crime. 

missa: — mass. See also »ii*rt. 

missale: — a massbook, a missal. 

missaticum : — a message. 

missaticus : — a messenger. 



missum : — a gift given to the 
King or Prince of Wales 
on entering "Wales. 

missura : — religious ceremonies 
at death. 

missurium : — a dish, or mess. 

mistera, misteriian : — trade ; mis- 
tery {ministerium). 

mitra : — a kerchief. 

miita : — a measure of com, &c. 

mixtilio. See mestilo. 

mixtorium : — a rudder, an imple- 
ment used in mixing malt. 

mixtum : — breakfast of bread and 
wine in a monastery ; trans- 
lated "pottage" in the Eule 
of St. Benedict, cap. xxxviij. 
(1875). 

modiatio : — duty paid on wine or 
corn, measured by the muid. 

moeta : — a haK. 

mola : — a millstone. 

molatio : — multure. 

molda : — a mould. 

moldera, moldra : — miJture. 

molendinarius : — a miller. 

molendinator : — a miller. 

molendinum, : — a mill. 

molestra : — a sheepskin. 

moliniim : — a mill. 

moliiura, moltura : — grinding ; 
corn taken to a mill to be 
ground ; grist ; payment for 
grinding, multure ; a lord's 
right to make tenants grind 
at his mill. 

molliare : — to knead. 
mollicio : — grinding. 
molneda : — a millpool. 
moltu : — toU paid by vassals for 
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molumentum : — toll for grinding. 

violutus (molttus) : — ground. 

monaca, monacha : — a nun. 

monachaliter : — in monkish 
fashion. 

monacare, mo?iachare : — to make 
a man a monk ; to receive 
him into a convent. 

monacus, monachus : — a monk. 

monagium : — error for menagium. 

monasterialis : — monastic. 

monasterium : — a monastery, a 
minster. 

moneta : — money ; a mint. 

monetacio : — coining, minting. 

moneiagium : — mintage, right of 
coining ; tribute paid by 
tenants to the lord that he 
should not change the money 
he had coined. 

monetare : — to coin ; to mint. 

monetarius : — a moneyer ; a 
coiner ; a banker. 

moneta tio : — coining. 

monetum : — a mint. 

moniale : — a nunnery ; a mul- 

lion. 
monialts : — a nun. 
monstra : — a muster. 

monstrantia : — a reliquary, a 
monstrance, or ooster. 

monstrare : — to muster. 

mo7istratio : — a muster. 

monstrum : — a muster ; a reli- 
quary. 

mooia : — a seamew or seagull. 
(Fr. mouette.) See also 
mo (a, ?nuta. 

mora : — a moor ; a mere. 



moracum : — pure wine {merum). 
See moratum. 

rnoragium: — rent or service for 
tenure of moorland. 

moratum : — a drink, supposed to 
be wine flavoured with mul- 
berries. 

mordaculum : — the tongue of a 
buckle. 

m,oretum : — brown cloth. See 
also moratum. 

morgabulum : — rent of moorland. 

morgagium : — mortgage. 

morgagifa. See morganegiba. 

m.organegiba : — the husband's 
gift to the wife on the wed- 
ding-day, or the day after. 

moriatio : — residence. 

morina : — murrain. 

morosus : — boggy ; delaying. 

morseUa : — a small piece [of 
land]. 

m,orsellatim : — piecemeal. 

morsellus. See mor sella. 

morsus : — a morse ; a clasp. 

mortarium : — mortar ; a mortar ; 
a stone or metal cup to hold 
a night light ; a lamp over 
a grave or shrine. See also 
.m,ortuarium. 

mortellum. See mortarium. 

mortgagium : — a mortgage. 
m,orticmium : — murrain. 

mortificare : — to alienate in mort- 
main. 
mortitivus : — dead of murrain. 
mortizare. See amortizare. 

mortua sesona : — close time for 
foxes, in the forests, 1 May 
to I Sept. 



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mortuarium : — a bequest to the j 
testator's parish church in \ 
recompense for tithes not 
duly paid; a duty payable 
to the lord on the death of j 
a tenant. ', 

moriuum vadium : — a mortgage. 

morua, moriica : — a codfish 
{morrhua vulgaris). 

mot : — custom, in the sense of I 
tax on goods entering the j 
kingdom. ! 

mx)ssa : — a moss or bog. 

mota : — a mote ; a moot ; a pack 
of hounds ; a moat ; a castle 
mound. 

motaculum : — a rudder, an imple- 
ment used in mixing malt. 

motibilit : — moveable ; a vagrant. 

motirum : — a motive. 

motor : — a mootman. 

motulinus : — mutton. 

motum : — a moat. 

motura. See molitura. 

mua : — mews. 

mucetta : — a hole. 

mueta : — a watchtower ; mews ; 

a pack of hounds. 
muffula : — fur gloves ; mulfs. 
mug et turn : — musk. 
muiia : — mews. 
muillo : — a haycock or hayrick. 

muiolus (Fr. muid) : — a measure 
of com, salt, &c., about 
5^ qrs. 

mtdeto. See multo. 

mulecius : — a mullet {mullut har- 

batus or mugil capita). 
mulier : — lawful issue. 
tnulio, tnuUo : — a havrick. 



mulneda : — a mill pool. 

multa : — a fine. 

multiplicium : — a cloak. 

multo : — a sheep, a wether ; a 
French gold coin bearing 
the Agnus Dei, worth 12*. bd. 
Toumois ; an engine of war. 

multoties : — many times. 

multra, mult rum : — a pail. 

multura. See molitura. 

mulveUus : — melwell, mil win, 
greenfish, perhaps coalfish 
{merlangus carbonarius) or 
pollock [merlangius polla- 
chius). It cannot be the 
green streaked wrasse(/aAr«» 
Uneatus), which is in some 
parts called greenfish, as 
suggested in Wright's 
Dialect Dictionary, on ac- 
count of its rarity. 

munceUus : — a mound, a heap of 
corn, sometimes 10 sheaves. 

mundare : — to purge by ordeal. 

mundifractura : — mundbrech, 
breach of enclosures, pri- 
vileges, or the king's 
peace. 

municeps : — a magistrate of a 
town. 

munimen : — a grant, a charter. 

munimenta : — records. 

muntatnr : — a soldier serving 
with a knight, on the Welsh 
March. 

muragium : — ^toll exacted in a 
town for repairing the walls. 

murale : — a wall. 

muratio : — a walled town. 

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murdrare : — to miirder. 

murdrator : — a murderer. 

murdredum : — murder ; tax im- 
posed for the escape of a 
murderer. 

murdrire : — to murder. 

murdritor : — a murderer. 

murdrum : — murder. 

niurena : — a lamprey [petro- 
myzon maritiun). 

m,urilegus : — a cat. 

muripellns, muripula : — a but- 
tress. 

murra : — a maser. 

murrena : — m.urrain. 

murrus : — a maser. 

murtrarius : — a murderer. 

muririim : — murder. 

musardus : — lazy, stupid. 

musca : — musk. 

muscata nux : — nutmeg. 

muschetius : — the male sparrow 
hawk (^acvipiter fringil- 
larius ; also called fra- 
gellus). 

muscidus : — mossy ; mouldy. 

m,uscula :— a mussel. 

mtcseum, museolum : — a study 

(room). 
mussa : — a moss or bog. 
mussetum : — a mossy place. 

musta : — must, unfermented 

wine. 
mustrum : — muster. See mon- 

strum. 

muta : — a pack of hounds ; a 
mew of hawks ; moulting. 

mutare : — to mew hawks. 



muiarius : — mewed. 

mutihimen : — a mutilation, a 
maim. 

mtito. See multo. 

mutulare {muiilare) : — to hamble. 
See expeditare. 

mutulimis : — mutton. 

mutulus : — a bracket ; a corbell. 

mutus, mutatus : — mewed. 

mystax : — a moustache. 

mysterium : — mystery ; some- 
times used for mistery. See 
mistera. 



N. 



nabultim : — freight. 

naca : — a small ship ; a smack. 

nacella, navicella : — a skiff ; a 
boat. 

naivietas : — naifty, bondage. 

naivus. See nativus. 

namare : — to distrain; to take 
into custody. 

namatio : — distraining ; im- 
pounding. 

tiamiare. See namare. 

namium, namma : — distress; 
pledge. 

nammiare, namtire : — to distrain; 
to take into custody. 

namum. See namium. 

napa : — a cloth ; a napkin. 

naparia : — napery. 

nappa : — a rib. 

napparius : — a keeper of napery. 



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napta : — tow. 

narrator : — an advocate. 

nascella : — a small ship. 

nascula : — a button. 

nasellus : — a small ship. 

nassa : — a kiddle or fishweel. 

naia : — a mat. 

natal e : — the condition of a man. 

Natalicitun : — the day of martyr- 
dom of a Saint. 

nntalis dies :— Christmas daj^. 

NatciUs Domini, tempus: — Christ- 
mastide (temp. Car. II.). 

nativaA — a born bondwoman ; a 
nief. 

native: — by the tenure of a 
bondman. 

nativus : — a bom serf, or bond- 
man. 

natta : — a reed mat. 

naulum : — passage money by 

ship. 
nauta : — a sailor, a bargee. 
navagiiim : — the duty of carrying 

the lord's goods by ship. 
narata : — a ship load. 
naviagium : — navigation, sailing. 
navicellu, navictila : — an incense 

cup in the shape of a boat. 
navicularius : — a shipowner ; a 

shipwright. 
navigalis : — seafaring. 
naviffium : — a fleet. See also 

navagiujn. 

navis : — the nave of a church ; 
the same as navicella ; an 
ounce. 



nnvithalamus : — a state barge. 

nayvus. See nativus. 

nebula : — a wafer (bread). 

nebularius : — a baker of wafers. 

nefrendus : — a boar. 

neotegeldum. See notegeldum. 

nepos : — a nephew. 

nepta, neptis : — a niece. 

nequare. For necare, to kill. 

nervicia : — strength. 

nettts : — a bondman (nativus). 

nigellare : — to ornament with 
black enamel. 

nigra moneta : — copper money. 

nigromanticus : — a necromancer. 

nisus : — a fish-hawk (falco hali- 
aetus). 

noa :— a marshy pasture. 

nobile : — a noble, a gold coin 
value 6s. 8d. 

noca, nocata : — a nook of land, 
the quantity uncertain, in 
some places 12^ acres. 

noctanter : — by night. 

noctare : — to be dark ; to spend 
the night. 

noctuatitn : — nightly. 

nocttirnum : — religious service 
performed at night. 

noeumentum : — nuisance ; dam- 
age. 

nodare : — to decree. 

nodulus :— a button. 

noka. See noca. 

nola : — a small bell. 

nana : — none, from about 2 p.m. 
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noncB : — ninth part, paid to the 
church by church tenants. 

nonagium : — ninth part of move- 
able goods paid at death to 
the clergy. 

nonna : — a nun. 

nonneria : — a nunnery. 

nonnus : — word used by young 
monks when addressing 
elders. 

nonsecta : — a non-suit. 

nontenura : — nontenure. 

Norageyius : — Norwegian. 

Northintus : — Northern region. 

nota: — a note; a memorandum. 

notarius : — a notary ; a scrivener. 

notegeldum, noutegildum : — pay- 
ment for beasts on common 
pasture. The same as cor- 
nagium. 

novate : — newly tilled land. 

novercare : — to behave like a 

stepmother. 
novitius : — a novice. 
numacius : — a tollman. 
numeralia : — beads. 
numerator : — a teller. 

nummata : — a pennyweight ; 
nummata terra is the same 
as denariata; price. 

nummosus : — rich. 

nummus : — a penny. 

nuncius : — an apparitor ; a ser- 
geant ; a beadle. 

nundincB :■ — a fair, or tourna- 
ment. 

nunna : — a nun. 

nutriciaria : — a nursery. 

nutrius : — a foster child. 



0. 



obaudire : — to disregard ; also to 
obey. 

obbatus : — a jugful. 

obediencia : — any office in a mon- 
astery ; a rent. 

obedientialis, obedient iarius : — an 
inferior officer in a convent ; 
an advocate of a convent. 

obgrunnire : — to murmur at. 

obiculum : — a chace at tennis. 

obitus :— funeral service, or anni- 
versary of death ; obit. 

obJata : — an offering ; a gift ; a 
wafer ; the Eucharistic 
bread. See obolata. 

obligar : — a garter. 

obligatorium : — obligation ; a 
bond. 

obnoxius : — sometimes used for 
obnixus. 

obolata : — a halfpenny worth ; a 
measure of land varying 
from half an acre to half a 
perch. 

obolus : — a halfpenny. 

obrizus : — pure, of metals. 

obsella : — a coffer (?). 

obstaculum : — a tribute. 

obstinatus : — deaf. 

obstupare: — to stop up. 

obstupatio : — stopping up. 

obttiracio : — filling up; stopping 
up. 

obulata. See obolata. 

obventio : — an offering ; tithe ; 
profit. 



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occasio : — a tribute on a special 
occasion ; a hindrance ; a 
complaint. 

occasionamentiim : — molestation. 

occasionare: — to molest. 

occasionari : — to be liable to some 
special tribute ; to be hin- 
dered, vexed. 

occatio : — assart. See assartum. 

octaba, octava : — the eighth day 
after a feast, utas. 

ocular ium : — the visor of a hel- 
met. 

oculus : — a circular window. 

odditorium : — a miscellaneous 
collection ; a lumber room. 

odorisequus : — hunting by scent. 

ceconomicus : — an administrator 
of property ; an executor. 

ceconomtis : — a treasurer. 

ofasium : — caudle. 

offerenda : — an offering ; the 
sacrament of the Eucharist ; 
an antiphone sung at that 
time. 

offertorium : — offerings ; an offer- 
tory ; a piece of cloth in 
which the offerings or the 
chahce is wrapped. See 
also offerenda. 

officiaUs : — one who exercises the 
jurisdiction of a bishop or 
archdeacon. 

officiare : — to serve. 

officiarius. See officiaUs. > 

offciator : — an officer. 

offtcium : — trade ; an office, a 
room where a man works. 

offrum : — an offer. 



ofnama :--an enclosure. 

olosa : — a shad. See alosa. 

olosericum : — entirely of silk ; 
bawdekyn. 

olyverum ferri : — a foundry (?) ; a 
heavy hammer worked by a 
treadle. 

omelia : — a homily. 

omnimodus :— of all sorts. 

onophorium: — a costrel, a wooden 

bottle. 
opella : — a shop. 
operabile : — a handicraft. 
operabilis dies : — a working-day. 
operaria : — the office of works. 

operarius : — a tenant who did 
bodily work for his lord ; a 
clerk of the works. 

opera (to : — a day's work. 

operatus : — chased. 

opertius : — not lawed (of a dog). 

opertura : — lining. 

opilare : — to hinder. 

opilio : — a shepherd ; a bishop. 

opirus : — sour ; mouldy, (of 
bread). 

opisie : — harness. 

oplondina : — uplands. 

oppidanus : — the keeper of a 
town. 

oppilio. See opilio. 

opprimentum : — oppression ; also 
used for operimentum. 

ora : — ore ; a Saxon coin worth 
16</. to 2(id. ; an ounce. 

orarium : — a hem ; a border ; a 
kerchief ; a stole. See 
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orator : — an ambassador. 
oratoriohim : — an oriel or oriole. 
orbi ictus : — dry blows. 
ordalium : — ordeal. 
ordeum : — used for hordeum. 
ordinale : — an ordinal. 

ordi?iarius : — an ordinary, "he 
who hath the proper and 
regular jurisdiction, as of 
course and of common right." 

ordinator testamenti : — the ad- 
ministrator of a will. 

ordinatus : — in holy orders. 

ordinimn : — posterity. 

orditura : — the warp in weaving. 

ordolaium : — ordeal. 

oretenus : — vocally, by word of 

mouth. 
organa : — a pair of organs. 

oriolum : — a portico ; a gallery ; 
an oriel. 

oritimum : — a clock. 

ortellus, ortUlus : — a claw. 

ortoJagium : — a garden plot. 

ortus : — used for horius. 

orynale : — used for urinale. 

osceptrtis : — a hawk. 

oseiilatormm : — a paxbrede, a 

small tablet to be kissed. 
oseria : — osiers. 
osorium : — a strickle. 
ostagiamentum : — security. 

ostagiare : — to give security or a 
hostage. 

ostagius : — a hostage. 

ostensio : — toll paid by tradesmen 
for leave to expose their 
goods for sale ; a muster. 



ostentatus : — a muster. 

ostiarius •. — -axi usher. See hos- 
tiarius. 

ostigare : — to release on security. 

ostilium : — a gate; an entrance. 

ostria. See hospitalaria. 

osturcus, osturus. See austicr. 

otriare : — to grant. 

oustitrix : — a midwife. 

outorius. See austur. 

ovare : — to lay eggs ; to rejoice. 

ovenana. See o/nama. 

overhernissa : — contumacy. 

oversa7nessa : — fine for neglecting 
to pursue malefactors. 

ovidle : — a sheepfold ; a sheep- 
walk. 

oviare : — used for obviare. 
oxiUare : — to turn sour. 



paagator : — a collector of paa- 
gium. 

pnagium. See passagium, pava- 
gium. 

pacabilis : — payable, passable. 

pacagiuni : — payment ; pas- 
ture (?). 

pacare : — to pay. 

pacatio : — payment. 

paccus : —a pack, a bale. 

paceri : — to be at peace, be dis- 
charged. 



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pacificarius : — an official at 
Benauge, in the 13th cen- 
tury. 

padnagium. See pannagium. 

paduencia : — a paddock. 

ptiga : — payment. 

paga : — a country ; a district ; a 

county. 
pagania : — heathendom. 
paganus : — a heathen. 
pagare : — to pay. 
pagella : — a panel. 

pageta, pagettus : — a page (ser- 
vant). 
pagus. See paga. 
paiare : — to pay. 
paisa : — a wey. See waga. 
paisso : — pannage. 
pakeUum : — a pack. 

pal a : — a pale of wood ; a pale 
(heraldic) ; a baker's peel. 

palaciatum : — the office of pala- 
tor. 

palacitim : — a palace ; a palisade. 

palafredus : — a palfrey. 

palatinus : — a courtier. 

palator : — a paler, a forest offi- \ 

cer. 
pal chum : — a stage ; a floor, a 

story. (Ital. palco.) 

palefridus : — a palfrey. \ 

palestarius : — a paler. 

palettus : — a palet, a headpiece i 
of cuir bouilli. 

pah'cium : — a paling. 

palislntm, palizium : — a paling, i 

palla : — a canopy ; a funeral ■ 
pall; an altar cloth. 

M. 



pallagium :— a duty paid to lords 
for loading or unloading 
I ships at their ports. 

pollamentum : — used for parlo' 
mentum. 
I palliare : — to cover. 

paUium :--a pall, a pontifical 
or archiepiscopal vesture ; 
an altar cloth. 

palma : — tennis. 

palmarius : — a pilgrim, a palmer. 

paJmata : — a bargain ; a hand- 
ful or handbreadth ; a stroke 
on the hand. 

ptdmatia : — a palm grove. 

pdlmiferus: — a palmer or pil- 
grim. 

palmitare : — to bargain. 

I palmida : — a rudder, an imple- 
! ment used in mixing malt. 

pal tener turn : — a pautener, a 
purse. 

! palteneriits, paltonarius : — proud, 

I savag^. 

! palutn : — a pale, paling. 

I pana : — a counterpane. 

; panagia : — holy bread. 

panaritu : — a place in a church 
where bread was distributed 
to the poor. 

j panattis : — fortified with piles (?). 

Pandicularis dies : — All Saints 
day. 

pandozare: — to brew, or seU 
beer. 
. pandoxator : — a brewer. 
pandoxatorium : — a brewhouse. 
panduca : — a bagpipe. 

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panella, panellum : — a panel ; a 
list of jurors' names. 

pnneUare : — to empanel. 

panelhis : — a panel ; a cushion ; 
a net ; a small loaf. 

panerius : — a panier, a bread- 
basket. 

panescidus : — a small loaf. 

panetaria : — a j)antr>'. 

pnnefarius, paneti'arins : — a 
pantler, or panter. 

panetria : — a pantry. In some 
cases this word is used as if 
it were derived irova. panmis, 
not panis. 

panichis : — a baker. 

punigeria : — a fair or market. 

panna : — squared timber sup- 
porting the rafters, or a 
gutter between the roofs of 
two houses ; a cross beam. 
(Fr. panne). 

2)annagiare : — to pasture pigs ; 
to pay pannage. 

pannagium : — pannage ; mast ; 
payment or licence for feed- 
ing swine in a forest. 

pannarius : — a clothier. 

pannicipium : — a closet, a press. 

panniculus : — a napkin. 

pannideusium : — a button. 

pannucia : — party-cloth, cloth of 
divers colours. 

pannus : — cloth ; a weaver's 
spittle or spool. 

pantaria, pantria : — a pantry. 

paonacius: — purple. 

papa : — a pope. 

pa pa turn : — pap, child's food. 



papains : — popedom ; papacy. 

papiUo : — a tent, a pavilion. 

papilonarius : — a tentmaker. 

papirium : — a record room; a 
register. 

par : — a pair ; a peer. 

par civitatis : — a citizen ; a free- 
man. 

parachinus, paraihina: — a pa- 
rishioner. 

parafredus : — a palfrey. 

paragium: — equality of condition 
or property ; a tenure be- 
tween parceners. 

paramenttim : — equipment ; or- 
nament. 

paraphernalia : — furniture, 
clothes, &c., which a widow 
may claim in addition to her 
dower or jointure. 

paraphonista : — a chorister. 
paraphus : — a paragraph. 
pararia. See pefraria. 
pararkn : — a cloth dresser. 
parasceue : — rGood Friday ; any 

Friday. 
paras fir a : — the step of a mast. 
paraticiim. See paragium. 

parcaminarius : — a seller of 
parchment. 

par care : — to enclose. 

parcarius : — a parker ; a pinder ; 
a foldkeeper. 

parcella : — a parcel (of land). 

parcella terra : — " Anglice vo- 
cata : A Noke Land." 
(Valor Eccl. iij. 35.) 

par cellar e : — to parcel out. 



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parcenarius : — a joint holder of 
land, a coparcener ; par- 
cenary. 

parcopollex : — a shoe-horn. 

parens : — a pai'k : a pound, a 
pinfold. 

pardona : — pardon. 

pardonare : — to pardon. 

pardonatio : — pardon. 

pargulum : — a parclose. 

porta : — a pair. 

pariagium, pariatio : — grant of 
portion of lands to lord or 
king in return for protec- 
tion. 

pariettiire : — to parget or plaister. 

pm-ijicare : — to equalise. 

partus hipis : — freestone. 

parlamentalis : — of parliament. 

parlamentare : — to confer to- 
gether. 

parlamentum : — parliament. 

pnrlatorium : — a parlour ; an 
audience chamber. 

parliamentum, ^v. See parla- 
mentum, &c. 

parlora : — a pai'lour. 

parmentarius : — a tailor : a fvip- 
perer. 

paro : — a small ship. 

parochia : — a diocese ; a parish. 

parochianus : — a parishioner; a 

parish priest. 
parr to : — a small ship. 
parterra : — a plot of ground. 
partibilis : — divisible. 
par tic a :— a perch. 



pfirticitla : — a parcel. 

particulariter : — by retail. 

parlicus. See parms. 

partionarius : — a partner. 

parura : — apparel ; embroidery 
on an alb, amice, or altar 
frontal, &c. 

parvisa : — the cloisters or circuit 
of a convent ; the cemetery ; 
a church porch ; a chamber 
over it. Perhaps a corrup- 
tion of Paradisus. 

parvisia: : — an exercise for law 
students ; a moot. 

parvisiiim, parviszis. See parvisa. 

pasaiarius : — a ferr\'man. 

Pasca. See Pascha. 

pascarhim : — dues or tithes paid 
for pasture. 

P'lS'-ere : — to feed, is used of men 
as well as beasts. 

Pascha : — Easter. In the 13th 
cent. ace. Pascha, gen. 
Pasehatis or Pasche, abl. 
Pascha. 

Pascha Floridum : — Palm Sun- 
day. 

pasrua : — a meadow; pasture. 

pascuagium : — pasturage. 

pascttarium : —pasture ; pa^Tnent 
for pasture. 

pasnogium : — pannage. 

passagiarius : — a person crossing 
a ferry ; a traveller. 

passayhmi : — passage over water, 
ferry ; payment for passage ; 
payment by military tenants 
in lieu of serving abroad. 

passare : — to pass ; to cause to 
pass. 

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passarius : — a ferryman. 

passator : — the owner of a ferry ; 

a ferryman. 
pussiqgiariiis : — a ferryman. 
passiator. See passator. 

passionerius : — a passioner, i.e., 

book containing Saints' 

lives. 
passus : — a portion of a book or 

poem, "fytte " ; a mountain 

pass. 
pasta : — dough ; pastry. 
pas tea : — pastry. 
pastellariits : — a pieman. 
pastellum : — woad. 
pasteria : — pastry. 
pastieium : — a field for pasture. 
pastillus : — a pie. 
pa stum : — paste; dough. 
pastura : — pasture. 
pasturare : — to depasture. 

pastus : — provisions which a 
tenant is bound to supply 
to his lord. 

patella : — a pan ; a tool used in 
building. 

patena : — a metal plate ; a paten. 

patenarius : — an acolyte. 

patens, patenta :— letters patent. 

pathnagmm : — pannage. 

paticium: — an allowance. 

patriaster: — a stepfather. 

patriciniuin : — used for patro- 

cinium. 
patrina : — a godmother. 
patrimis : — a godfather. 

patronicatus : — commanded (of a 
ship). 



patronizare : — to defend. 

paimagium : — pannage. 

pausa : — a barrel. 

pausatio : — repose. 

pavagium : — pavage ; payment 
for paving the roads. 

pavare : — to pave. 

paveillo : — a tent. 

pavesuini : — a pavice, a large 

shield. 
paviare : — to pave. 
paviator : — a paviour. 
parilio : — a tent. 
pavimentatio : — paving. 
pavire : — to pave. 

pax : — a small tablet presented 
by the priest at mass to be 
kissed by the people. 

paxeria : — a pier ; a floodgate. 

paxillum : — a staff ; a landmark ; 
a tent pole. 

peccum : — a peck. 

pecia : — a piece or small quan- 
tity. 

peciatum : — a peck. 

peconus : — a hook or clasp. 

pectorals : — a breastplate ; an 
ornament worn by a bishop ; 
a horse's poitrel. 

pectrix : — a woman comber. 

pecuarius : — a grazier. 

pedagium : — pedage ; toll paid 
by travellers, esp. through 
forests. 

pedale : — a footcloth ; a duty ex- 
acted at Bordeaux ; a shoe- 
maker's last. 

pedalis pons : — a footbridge. 



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pedana : — gaiters or stockings. 

pedaticiim : — a toll on passen- 
gers ; any toll. 
pedatus : — having a foot. 

pedellum : — a pightell or picle(?). 

See piitellum. 
pedica : — a fetter; a trap for 

catching wolves ; a calthrop. 

pedieator : — a trapper. 

pedicru : — a pedigree. 

pediles : — stockings. 

pedilusor : — a football player. 

pedinus : — a pawn at chess. 

pedisgrudttm : — a pedigree. 

pedis pulveris, or pulverisati, 
curia : — Piepowder Coui't. 

pedo : — a foot soldier. 

pedules : — stockings. 

peyo : — a candlestick. 

peisa, peisea, peisia : — a way. 

See wag a. 
pela : — a peel, a castle ; a baker's 

peel. 
peletarius : — a pelterer. 
peletria : — peltry, skins. 
pel fare : — to pilfer. 
pelfra : — booty ; pelf. 
pella : — a booth ; a shop. 
pelUiyium : — duty on hides. 
pellffridus : — a palfrey. 

pelletria : — fur ; the wardrobe of 
furs in the royal house- 
hold ; the trade of peltry. 

pellica : — a baker's peel. 

pellieia, pellicies, pelliciitm : — a 

jjilch ; a fur gown. 
pellipurius : — a pelterer, a 

skinner. 



pelliris : — a palet, a headpiece of 
cuir bouilli. 

pellura : — fur. 

peJIus : — a shovel ; a peel. 

pelota, pellotn ; — a ball ; the ball 
of the foot. 

pelum. See pela. 

penalitas : — penalty. 

pendicia : — appurtenances. 

pendicuhi : — a plumb-line. 

pendiriihon : — a timber arch over 
a doorway. 

pendulus : — a pendant jewel, 
i penerarius : — an ensign- bearer. 
' penitenciaria : — peuiteutiarysliip. 

penitenciarius : — a penancer. 

penitimus : — inmost. 

penitior : — inner. 

pennarium : — a penner. 

pennula. See penula. 

pennant, : — a pennon. 

pensa : — a way. See waya. 

pensionarius : — liable to payment. 

peyisum : — a weight. 

pentecostalia : — Whitsuntide 
offerings, or a payment 
in lieu of them. 

Feniecoste : — Whit Sunday. 

penticium : — a pentice or pent- 
house. 

penifcella : — a pen sell or pen on - 
cell, a small banner. 

penula : — a hood. 

penulartus : — a maker of hoods ; 
a parmenter. 

penidadis : — hooded ; furred. 

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peracula : — a little bag or purse. 

perambulata, perambulatio : — sur- 
vey ; a walk in a forest (?). 

peramhulum : — a walk ; au alley. 

perapsis : — a platter. 

peraria. See petrariu. 

perca : — a perch of laud. See 
pe7-tica. 

percaminarius : — a seller of 
parchment. 

percaptura : — stakes set iu a river 

for catching fish. 
percata : — a perch. See pertica. 
percella. See parceUa. 

perchia : — a perch {peri-a Jluvia- 

tilis) ; a perch or pole. See 

pertica. 
pervursum : — pursuit ; the right 

of following game beyond 

one's own bounds. 

perdica : — used for pertica. 

perdona : — pardon ; discharge ; 

remission. 
perdonare : — to pardon. 
per donatio : — pardon. 

perdonista : — a pardoner, au offi- 
cial from whom pardons can 
be obtained. 

perdricarius : — a man employed 
in taking partridges. 

perecia : — a piece, a fragment. 

peregrinatio : — a pilgrimage. 

peregrinus : — a pilgrim. 

perempnis : — used ivv perennis. 

pereitdiniire : — to delay ; to re- 
main, to reside ; to re- 
double. 

perequare : — to level. 

perfurmare: — to perform. 



pergnmena : — parchment. 

pergamenarius : — a parchment 
maker. 

pergulum : — a lodge ; a pound. 

perhendinare. See perendinare. 

periboliis : — a circuit ; a compass ; 
a gallery. 

peridota : — a peridot, a gem, 
colour green. 

, periermenice : — interpretation 

i (^£^» spixYiveixs .) 

i perillum : — part of the machinery 
of a mill. 

i perinus. Hee perrinus. 

I peritus :— tried; sometimes used 
to mean " guilty." 

I per la : — a pearl. 

; permentarius. See 2i<irmeutarius. 

■ peronizare : — to purchase. 

j perpacare : — to pay in full. 

perperus : — a Byzantine coin, 
I worth half or a quarter of a 

mark. 

I perplacitare : — to decide. 

i perplicar : — a garter. 

' perpunctum : — a doublet. 

perquirere : — to purchase, to ac- 
quire otherwise than by in- 
heritance. 

perquisitio : — purchase. 
perquisitor : — a purchaser. 

I perquisitum : — purchase; perqui- 
site ; profit. 

, perreator: — a lapidary. 

perreia : — a precious stone. 

i perreria : — a stone quarry. 

perrinus : — stony ; shining like a 
precious stone. 



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perseus, persicus : 
loured. 



persona : — a person ; a parson or 
rector. 

persona impersonuta : — a parson 
imparsonee, a lawful incum- 
bent in actual possession. 

personabilis : — able to maintain a 
plea. 

personagium : — a pareonage ; a 
benefice. 

personaius : — the office of a par- 
son ; a benefice. 

pertica : — a perch or pole of 
land, now 16i feet, in the 
thirteenth century 24 or 25 
feet ; a square perch, now 
30^ yards; a crossbeam ; the 
beam of a buck's head or 
brauch of a stag's. 

perticalis : — a percher candle, 
placed on a crossbeam. 

perticarius : — a beadle ; an ap- 
paritor. 

periiaita: — a square perch. See 
pertica . 

perticia terre : — the same as per- 
tica ta. 

perticulus : — a staff; a bat. 

pertinent iu : — appurtenance. 
^ pertizuna : — distribution of 
alms (?). 

pertum : — a broom. 

perula : — a pearl. 

pervisum. See parvisa. 

peso. See pensa. 

pesayium : — pesage, custom paid 
on weighing goods. 

pesarius : — a weigher. 



peach - CO- \ pesor: — a weigher, an Exchequer 
officer. 

pessagium. See pesagium. 

pesseUutn : — a bolt ( pessiilum). 

pesso, pessona :— mast. 

pessularia : — a stockade. 

pestellus : — a leg of pork. 0. E. 

pestle. 
peta : — peat. 

petagium. See pedagium. 
petalum : — a paving stone. 
petancia. See pietancia. 

petilio, petilla : — a crotsbow bolt ; 

a pestle. 
petillarius : — a boltmaker. 
petillium : — a crossbow bolt. 

petitorium : — a claim ; a writ of 

right. 
petra : — a stone weight. 

petraria : — a stone quarry ; an 

engine to cast stones. 
petrima : — a gun. 

pettum : — a crack of a whip ; a 

report of a gun. 
petulium : — a bolt. 
petulus : — with white feet. 
peytrellum : — a poitrel. 

phalesia: — a cliff on the sea- 
shore. 

phano : — a banner. 

pheliparius : — a fripperer. 

phila : — a file. 

phiJaterium, philaternum : — a 
phylactery ; an amulet ; a 
reliquary, worn suspended 
fi'om the neck. 

philipparius : — a fripperer. 
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pica : — an index, pyebook ; rules 
for saying divine service ; a 
peck. 

pieaffium, piccagiuvi : — payment 
to the owner of the soil for 
breaking ground to erect 
booths, &c. 

picesium : — a pickaxe. 

picker ia : — a pitcher. 

picherius : — a fish, perhaps pil- 
chard {cliipea pilchardus), 
but more probably the gilt- 
head {chrysophrys or sparus 
aurata), called in old French 
picurel, 0. E. cackerell. 

pichoisium, picoisum : — a pick- 
axe. 

pictaciare : — to mend, to patch. 

pictaciarius : — a cobbler. 

pictacio : — painting. 

pictare : — to paint. 

pictellum : — a pightell, or picle, 
a small piece of land, en- 
closed with a hedge. 

picturare : — to paint. 

picula : — pickle. 

pietancia : — a pittance, an addi- 
tion to the usual food in 
collegiate churches or con- 
vents ; the pittance for two 
was given in one plate. 

pietanciaria : — the place where 
pittance is distributed ; the 
office of the pittaucer. 

pieiantiarius : — a pittancer, an 
officer who distributes the 
pittance. 

piyu : — the forearm. 

2)ightelluin. See pictellum. 

pikerclius : — a pickerel, a small 
pike. 



pila : — a pile (heraldic) ; the re- 
verse of a coin. 

pilare : — to drive piles. 

pilar ills : — a pillar. 

pilatus : — a blunt arrow, bolt, or 
quarel. 

pileo : — a hatter, a capper (?). 

pilettus : — an arrow with a knob 
at the head. 

pillar e : — to plunder. 

pillaria : — plunder ; devastation. 

pilleus : — for pileus, a hat. 

pillorium, piloriii, piloriuin : — a 
pillory. 

pilum : — cloth. 

pilus : — a stake. 

pinaculum : — a pinnacle. 

pinca : — a jug; a bodkin; a 
granary. 

pincella : — a pencil. 

pincerna : — a butler ; a cup- 
bearer. 

pincernaria : — a buttery ; the 

office of butler. 
pincernariiis : — an officer of the 

buttery. 
pinnare: — to notch; to cut niches. 
pinsa : — a pestle. 
pinsella : — a brake or braye, a 

kneading machine. 

pinsis : — a grimace. 

pipa : — the great or pipe roll of 
the Exchequer ; a pij)e of 
wine, two hogsheads. 

piper arius : — a pepjjerer. 

pipum : — a pipe of wine. 

pii'u : — an arch of a bridge. 



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pirtitum, pi return : — perry. 

piritegiuni :— curfew. 

pisa : — a wey. See u-aya. 

pisoria : — a stock of peas. 

piscaria : — a fisherj'. 

piscaricea ntiiis : — a fishing l)oat. 

piscenarius : — a fishmonger. 

pischaria : — a fishery. 

piscina : — a small lavatory in a 
church near the altar. 

pistare, pistrinare : — to bake. 

j)i.slriniim : — a bakehouse; part 
uf a church, error for 
piscina (';'). 

pitutio : — a document ; a letter. 

pifanria, pitencia, «&c. See pie- 

tantia, &c. 
platea : — a place ; a plot of 

ground. 
phueum. >'^ee plarius. 
placiti I b His : — impleadable. 
plucitiire : — to plead. 
platitatio : — pleading. 
placitator : — a pleader. 

plaritum: — a plea; obligation 

to attend courts. 
plucium : — a piece of flat ground. 

placius : — a plaice {plafessa vul- 
garis), 
pladn : — a plaice. 
plagiare : — to wound. 
planare : — to plank. 
phnintorium : — a plane. 

pl'inra, plancha : — a plank; a 
measure of land. 

planchagium : — planking ; camp- 
sheathing. 

phtncJii-rd : — a [>lank. 



planchia : — a plank. 
planchiare : — to plank. 
planchicium. See planihayium. 
phniciuni. See planchagium. 
plancturd : — planking. 
planeta : — a chasuble. 
plangnum : — a plank. 
planicies : — a field (heraldic). 

planula : — staunchcgreyne, a 
preparation like pounce, 
used by scriveners. 

planus : — plain, in the sense of 
unornamented. 

pJastrare, plastriare: — to plaster. 

plastrum : — plaster. 

plaid : — a tlat piece of unwrought 

metal, ingot. 
platellus : — a platter. 
platera : — an open space (?). 

platiper : — a game played with 

stones. 
platomu : — a metal plate. 
plaustrata : — a wagon-load. 
plaustrum : — usually a wagon, 

but sometimes a two-wheeled 

cart. 

phhania : — a chuich having sub- 
ordinate chaj)els ; a parish. 
plebaniis : — (adj.) parish. 

plebanus: — a rural dean; a parish 

priest. 
plecta : — a plait. 
plectrum : — pewter. 

pleyagium, pleyiagium, pit- 
giatio : — suretyship ; pled- 
i gery. 

i plegium, pfegius : — a pledge ; 
I surety. 

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plevina: — replevin; bail; surety. 

plostriim. See pJaustrnni. 

plumbarius : — a plumber. 

plumhatio : — plumbing". 

plumerus : — a plover {charudrius 
pluvialis or vanellus cr is ta- 
lus). 

pluscula, phistuhi : — a buckle. 

plutum : — rain. 

jiluvidle : — a cope. 

pluvina. See plevina. 

pobles : — used for poples. 

pochia : — a pouch ; a purse. 

poderis : — an alb, a linen vest- 
ment worn under the chasu- 
ble ; a rochet. 

podium: — anything to lean on; 
a staff ; part of the seat in 
a choir stall. 

podoris. See poderis. 

panaciiis : — j^urple. 

pokctta, poketluin : — a pocket. 

pohi : — a perch or pole ; a bank ; 
a pool. 

polana, polena : — the pointed toe 
of a shoe ; a pulley-piece, 
armour fur the knee. 

polefitriticare : — to sift flour. 

poleiarius : — a jioulterer. 

poletria : — poultry. 

polelta : — a pullet. 

poliandrum : — a grave, a grave- 
stone. 
polimitarius : — a stainer. 

politrudinare : — to boult flour. 

pnllardus : — a pollard, bad mo- 
ney, used in the 13th cen- 
tury. 



pollex : — an inch. 

poUarium : — poultry. 

poUarius : — a poulterer or keeper 
of fowls. 

polteria : — poultry. 

polus : — an axle. 

potnacium : — apple-moss, a dish 
made of stewed apples ; 
cider. 

pomeUatus : — dappled. 

pomelJmn, pomelum : — a pommel ; 
a boss. 

pompina : — a kitchen. 

pondayium : — poundage. • 

ponderare : — to weigh. 

j)o7ider<itio : — pesage. 

ponderator : — a pesour, weigher, 
an officer in the Exchequer. 

pondus : — a pound, a pinfold. 

pontayium : — tax for repairs of a 
bridge ; toll taken on a 
bridge. 

pontarius : — a bridgemaker or 
bridge keeper. 

pontifex : — a bishop ; a pope. 

pontificalia : — episcopal vest- 
ments. 

pontijicalibus, in : — under stole. 



pontijicatiis 
dom. 



-bishopric ; pope- 



pontonayium : — bridge toll. 
pontuni : — used for punc turn. 

popinator: — a tippler, i.e., an 
alehouse keeper or a drinker. 
poro.a terra : — a balk of land. 

pore aria : — a pigsty. 

porcarius, porcator : — a swine- 
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porcellatus : —born (of pigs). 
porchettus : — a porker, a little 

pig- 
porchia : — a porch. 
porkaria : — a pigsty. 

porpecia, porpeyiiis: — a porpoise 
(phocaena communis). 

porportum : — purj)ort. 

portobilis : — portable. 

portagitim : — toll taken at a gate ; 
porterage ; wear and tear. 

portamentum : — behaviour. 

portaria : — the office of porter. 

por tortus : — a porter. 

portatio : — the entry of a bishop 
into his cathedral town ; 
bearing arms. 

porta tor : — a porter. 

portfitus : — carriage. 

portella : — a small gate ; a basket ; 
a reliquary. 

portyrevius : — a portreeve. 
porticulus : — a truncheon. 

porticus : — an apse or porch, not 
a peristyle as in cla.ssical 
Latin. 

portiforium : — a breviary. 

portimotus. See purttnota. 

portionarius : — a joint holder of 
a benefice. 

portmota : — a port mote, a coiirt 

held in towns. 
purus : — a pore. 
positio : — an impost ; a tax. 
posse {subst.j : — power. 
possessionatus : — iu possession of. 
pasta : — a station ; a jwst. 



postartim, magitter : — Master of 

the Post. 
postdisseisinn : — postdisseisin. 

postela : — a crupper. 

postergnre : — to leave behind, to 

abandon. 
pos tenia : — a postern gate. 

posteruhi, posticum : — a postern 
gate. 
I pos till a : — a homily. 
j postillure :— to interpret, to com- 
I ment on. 

1 postorellus : — a name given to 
robbers in Gasconv, temp. 
I Edw. II. 

postsellium : — the hinder part of 

a saddle. 
pos till are : — to transfer a man in 
possession of or elect of an 
episcopal see, to another. 
potagium : — pottage ; a tax on 

drink. 
potata : — a pot or pottle. 
potellum : — a pottle, two quarts. 
poteria : — pottery ; a pottery. 

potestas : — u king, chief ruler, or 

magistrate. 
poticarius. For npotherarius. 
potionare : — to poison. 
putissttre : — to sip. 
pottarius : — a potter. 
poltata : — a pot or pottle. 
pottus : — a pot. 
^o/M/-a : — pasture ; drink. 
poudralus : — powdered ; salted. 
poutura. See potura. 
potrenutius : — a garment of cloth. 

practisare, practizare : — to prac- 
tise. 

prcebenda : — commons ; a pre- 
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prcehendarius : — a prebendary. 

prfeceptor : — an officer of the 
knights of the Temj)le. 

j)rcecantare : — to sing before- 
hand. 

prceceptoria : — the benefice as- 
signed to the office of 
prfeceptor. 

prcecessor : — vanguard. 

pracipifaria : — a battering ram. 

prceconia : — superiority ; fame. 

prceconisare : — to foresee; to 
foretell ; to proclaim. 

prwconsa : — some vestment. 

jii'cci'ontestis : — a previous fellow- 
witness. 

prcefectus : — a mayor. 

prceferentia : — preference ; the 
right of receiving firstfruits. 

prceferrementiun : — a preroga- 
tive ; a privilege. 
prcelata : — an abbess. 
prcelatia : — ecclesiastical dignity. 

prailatus : — a magistrate ; a 
bishop ; an abbot or abbess ; 
a prior or prioress. 

prcelibare: — to mention before. 

prcBniaHtirare : — to discuss 
beforehand. 

prcemiahilis : — deserving of re- 
ward. 

prcBmunire : — to cite (for prcemo- 
nere). 

prcepositura : — a reeveship, con- 
stableship ; a district under 
the jurisdiction of such an 
officer. 

prcepositus : — a provost ; a con- 
stable or reeve; a warden 
(of a church) ; a bailiff ; tlie 
piior of a Benedictine Abbey. 



prterngativa : — prerogative. 

prcesellum : — a saddle bow. 

prasentare : — to present. 

prcesentia : — a present, a gift. 

pnesentialiter : — immediately ; in 
presence of ; as a gift. 

prcesture : — to let. 

prcestitum : — an advance of 
money. 

prasul : — a chief ; a bishop ; an 
abbot ; a judge. 

prcbsulatus : — a bishopric ; an 
abbacy. 

prama : — a prame, i.e., a barge 

or lighter. 
pramo : — a bargee. 

precaria, precarium : — a request 
by a lord to his tenant for 
aid or tax ; extra service 
performed by tenants in 
ploughing and harvest, 
boonda}-, benewerk. See 
bedrepium. 

precentaria : — precentorshij). 

precentor: — a precentor, a 

chanter. 
precipitaria : — a battering ram. 
precis. See precaria. 
preciunt : — they cost. 
preco : — a crier. 
precula : — a rosary. 
premorium : — a primer. 
prenticius : — an apprentice. 
prenum : — a press for wine, &c. 
prephatia : — used ior prcefatio. 
presbyter : — a priest. 
presbyterayium : — the income of 

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presbt/feraftts : — priesthood. 

presbyterium : — priesthood ; a 
presbytery ; the choir of a 
church. 

presentum : — a present, a gift. 

primitiare : — to begin. 

princeps : — a prince. 

principal turn : — an heirioom ; a 
mortuary. 

principaius : — principality. 

principissa : — a princess. 

principium bitrgi : — a town hall. 

prior : — a monastic officer, next 
to the abbot in an abbey, 
head of a priory. 

prioratus : — a priory. 

prior issa :■_ — a prioress. 

prisa : — a prize ; booty ; a fine ; 
prisage. 

prisagium : — prisage, a share of 
prizes ; a right of taking 
prizes ; a duty on wiue and 
provisions. 

prisalia : — reprisals. 

prisia : — prisage. 

priso : — a prisoner of war ; a 
prison; imprisonment. 

prisona : — a prison. 

prisonare : — to keep in prison. 

prisonarius : — a prisoner. 

privatus : — privy. 

priticarnium : — fasting ; Lent. 

priviJegiare : — to grant a privi- 
lege to. 

proatila : — a porch. 

probnre : — used for propriare. 

probaticus : — connected with 
sheep. 



probator : — an accuser ; an ap- 
prover. 

probatum : — a sheep. 

probi homines : — good men, an 
elected body of citizens 
forming a common coiincil. 

proeeres : — ornamental heads of 
beams on house fronts. 

Processio : — Rogation week. 

processionale : — a book containing 
directions for and mu&ic to 
be used in processions, the 
service for gangdays, lita- 
nies, or intercessions. 

proclamafor:—a. crier; in the 
Court of Common Pleas, 
proclamator. 

proconsul : — a justice in eyre. 

procuratio : — procuration, a pay- 
ment, originally in victuals, 
by the inferior clergy to 
bishop or archdeacon at 
visitations ; a proxy ; neces- 
saries, as food and clothing ; 
a meal. 

procurator : — a proctor. 

procuratorium : — procuratory ; a 
proxy. 

proditio : — treason. 

proditionaliter : — treasonably. 

profectus : — profit. 

profestum : — the eve of a feast. 

projicuum : — profit. 

profrum : — profer, time ap- 
pointed for officers to make 
their accounts. 

promarius : — a waiter. 
promtorium, promptuarium : — a 

buttery ; a storehouse. 
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propars, propartia : — pourparty, 

purparty. 
propheAare : — to prophecy. 
propiare. See propriare. 
propina : — sahitation. 

proportare : — to purport ; to 
show. 

proportatio : — a verdict ; a de- 
claration. 

proportionabiliter : — proportion- 
ally. 

proportionare : — to divide. 

proportionatio : — proportion. 

proporinm : — purport. 

proprestura: — the 12th century 
form oi ptirprrstitra. 

propriare: — to claim; to appro- 
priate ; to make fit for use ; 
to grind (of tools). 

propriatio : — appropriation. 

propriator : — an impropriator. 

proprietarius '. — a proprietor. 

prnpunctum : — a doublet. 

proretha : — a master of a ship. 

prosecutor : — a prosecutor ; a 
pursuivant. 

prostrare : — to throw down. 

protocollum : — a preface ; a 
charter. 

protoforestarius : — a chief 
forester. 

protonotarius, protonolator : — a 

prothonotary. 
protractura : — drawing a picture 

before colouring. 

providentia : — provision. 

provisio : — a grant by the Fope 
of the succession to a bene- 
fice. 



provisor : — a purveyor. 
psalterium : — a psalter. 
puca : — a gown. 0. E. pewke. 
pucellagium : — maidenhood. 
ptichd : — a pouch. 
puchea : — a pouch. 
puvio : — a child. 
puctura. See putura. 
puellagium. See pullagium. 
pngnalis : — the size of a fist. 
pugnatn : — a handful. 
pulcinus : — a chicken. 
piiletarmm : — a poultry yard. 
puletarhis : — a poulterer. 

inillagium : — a tax or rent paid 

in fowls. 
puUanus : — a foal. 
pullarius : — an officer of the royal 

household in charge of the 

poultry. 

puUenata: — a mare which has 
foaled. 

pulletarius : — a poulterer. 

puUetria : — poultry. 

pulletrus : — a foal. 

pulliolus, pullns : — a young 

horse. 
pulo : — a foal. 

pulsare : — to accuse ; to ring a 
bell. 

pulsatio : — bell ringing. 

pultreUa : — a filly. 

pultura : — poultry. 

pulveris,pulverisa(ipedis, curia : — 
Court of Piepowder. 

pulvis tormentarius : — gun- 
powder. 

puherizare: — to powder. 
pumata : — a handful. 



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punctum : — the fourth or fifth 

part of an hour. 
pundfolda : — a pound, a pinfold. 
pundo : — a pinder. 
puiifauda. See pund/alda. 
puniata : — a handful. 
punicare : — to paint red. 
punio. See punzuntis . 

pttntum : — a point ; the chape 
of a scabbard. 

punznnus : — a punshion, stud or 
quarter, an upright timber 
used in building houses. 

puralla : — purlieu. 

ptirare : — to clear (ground). 

piircachium, ptirchacia : — pur- 
chase, acquisition. 

purcivandus : — a poursuivant. 

purgacium : — purchase. 

purila : — the tip of the nose. 

piirporlare : — to extend. 

purportum : — purport. 

purprestura : — pourpresture, en- 
croachment. 

purprisa, purprisum : — an en- 
closure. 

purpunctus : — a doublet. (Fr. 
pourpoint. ) 

ptiiacius : — a polecat. 

putagiiim : — fornication. 

putura : — food for cattle, &c. ; 
food for men, horses, and 
hounds, exacted by officers 
of a forest from the in- 
habitants ; timber. 

pyrgus : — a dice-box. 

pyritegium : — curfew. 

pyxis : — a pyx, a casket to con- 
tain the Host. 



Q. 



quaccum : — cream. 

quachetus : — a sort of bread used 
in Scotland. 

quactum : — cream. 

quadra: — a square loaf; a 
quarter of a loaf. 

quadragena : — forty ; a period of 
forty days. 

quadragestma : — Lent. 

quadragesimalia : — Easter offer- 
ings ; or a rate paid in their 
stead. 

quadrans : — a farthing. 

quadrantata : — the quarter of an 
acre, a farthingdeal. 

quadrarta : — a quarel or quarry 
of glass ; a stone quarry. 

quadrellus : — a quarel, a square- 
headed bolt ; a earrell, a 
small chamber for study in 
the cloister of a monastery. 

quadrtgarius : — wide enough for 
a waggon. 

quadn'porticus : — a peristyle. 

queesta : — an indulgence ; a tax. 

qucestabilis : — taxable. 

qutestionarius : — a collector of 
alms; a seller of indulgences. 

qucestus : — acquired by purchase. 

quaJificare : — to entitle ; to de- 
scribe. 

qualus : — a thead, a strainer used 
in brewing. 

quarellus. See quadrellus. 

quarentena : — quarentine, a SDace 
of forty days ; Lent ; a shot 
or shute, i.e., a square fur- 
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quarrera : — a stone quarry. 

quarreritis : — a stonecutter. 

quarruria : — a stone quarry. 

quarta : — a quart. 

quartale: — a quart. 

quartarium : — a quarter of corn. 

quartarius terra : — eight acres. 

quartenarius : — suflPering from 
quartan ague. 

quarteragium : — quarterage, 
quarterly payment. 

quarteria : — a quarter of land. 

quarterisare : — to cut into four 
quarters. 

quarter ium : — a quarter ; a soam 
of corn. 

quarterizdlio : — quartering, part 
of thepunishnientof treason. 

quaternum : — a quire. 

quarteronus : — a quarter ; a 
quarter of a hundredweight. 

quartilatus : — divided into four 

parts. 
quartus : — a quart. 
quassare : — to annul, to quash. 
quassillarius : — a pedlar. 

quaternio. quaternum : — a folded 
sheet of paper (Fr. cahier) ; 
a quire. 

quaternis, in : — in quarto. 
quaterno, in : — in quarto. 
quatriplicare : — to quadruple. 
quaxillarius : — a pedlar. 
quentesia : — a device. 
querela : — a party ; a faction ; a 

fine. 
querquera : — ague. 



querraria : — a quarry. 

querulare: — to complain. 

questa : — an inquest or inquisi- 
tion. 

questionarius : — a palmer. 0. E. 
" quistron." 

quieta clamancia or clamatio : — a 
quitclaim. 

quietantia : — an acquittance ; 
abandonment; immunity. 

quietare :— to quit ; to acquit. 

quietatio : — exemption, dis- 
charge, acquittance. 

quiete, quietum clamare : — to quit 
claim, to renounce. 

quietus : — freed, acquitted, quit. 

quietus redditus : — quit rent. 

quindecia. See quindena. 

quindena : — a quinzaine, fifteen 
days. 

quinio : — a bundle of five ; a 
sheet made of five leaves. 

quinlale, quintallus : — a weight 
used for metals, &c., vary- 
ing from 96 lbs. to 120 lbs. 

quintana : — Quintaine, the first 
Sunday in Lent. 

quintena : — the game called quin- 
tain. 

quinterna : — a cittern. 

quirea: — the hounds' reward at 
the death of a stag (Fr. 
curee) ; a cuirass ; some- 
thing connected with a cart. 

quirinarium : — a quintain. 

quisinum : — a cushion. 

quitancia : — an acquittance ; a 
quittance ; a discharge, 

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quittare : — to acquit ; to remit. 

quorespondens : — used for corre- 

spondens. 
quota : — a share ; a tax to be 

levied equally. 

quota litis : — a bribe received by 
a judge. 

quo tare : — to divide into chap- 
ters ; to repeat ; to mark. 

quoiator : — a chronicler. 

quyschenus : — a cushion. 



B. 



racentus : — raism. 
racetus : — erased. 
racha. See ragana. 
rachaptare : — to ransom. 

rachatum : — compensation ; ran- 
som ; relief. 
rachetare : — to ransom. 
rachetum. See rachatum. 

radiatus: — rayed, striped; ray, 

a striped cloth. 
ragana : — a ray {rata clavata) or 

a skate {raia hatis). 

rag lor turn : — the jurisdiction of a 

raglottts. 
raglorius, raglotus : — a steward. 

(Welsh, rhaglaw.) 

ralla : — a rail ; a thin tunic. 

ramia, ramilla, ramilia : — twigs. 

rangeator : — a ranger. 

rapa : — a rape, a division of a 
county, especially Sussex. 

rapagulum : — railing. 
rappus. See rapa. 
rapum : — rape (crime). 

M. 



rapus. See rapa. 

rasa : — a rase, a measure of com ; 

land requiring a rase of seed. 
rasare : — to scrape, to rase. 
raseria. See rasa, 
rasorium. : — a razor. 
rastillare : — to rake. 
rastillum : — a rake. 
rastrare : — to rake. 
rastura : — shaving. 
rasurus : — a razor. 
rata : — an agreement ; a share ; 

a rate. 

ratijicare : — to ratify, to confirm. 
ratificatio : — ratification. 

ratihahere : — to confirm. 

rationale : — a peculiar form of 
the pontifical pallium. 

ratis : — error for crates (?). 

rato : — a rat. 

ratula : — a landrail {crex pra- 
tensis). 

ratus : — a rat. 

rauba : — a robe. 

rauhare : — to rob. 

rauharia : — robbery. 

raucisonare : — to speak hoarsely. 

ragus : — a ray or skate (raia 
clavata or batis). 

reafforestare : — to make land into 
a forest after it has been 
disafforested. 

realis : — royaL 

reattachiamentum : — a reattach- 
ment of one who has been 
dismissed the court. 

rebroccator : — a cobbler. 

recaptio : — taking a second dis- 
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recatiare : — to restore. 

recatum : — relief. 

rcccare : — to rack wine, to draw 
it off the lees. 

recctts : — wine thus treated. (Fr. 
vin raque.) 

recepta : — receipt ; receiving in 
the sense of harbouring. 

receptamentum : — receiving ; en- 
tertainment. 

receptor e, recettare: — to harbour; 
to entertain. 

rechaciare : — to drive out ; to 
separate gold or silver from 
the ore. 

rechatum. See rachatnm. 

recidiva : — retribution. 

recidivare : — to fall back. 

recitare : — to revoke. 

reckus. See reccus. 

reclusa : — an inclosure ; an an- 
choress. 

reclusngium : — a cell. 

reclusorium : — a cell ; a pound 
or pinfold. 

reclusus : — an anchorite. 

reclutare : — to reglue {reglu- 
tinare). 

recognitio : — acknowledgment ; 
recognizance ; recognition. 

recognitor : — one who enters into 
a recognizance ; a juror im- 
panelled on an assize ; a re- 
cognisor, recognitor. 

recognoscere : — to acknowledge ; 
to take cognizance of. 

recohillatus : — curled. (Fr. re- 

coquilU.) 
recollecta: — gathering; harvest. 



recommenda : — recommendation. 

recompensare : — to repay, to re- 
compense. 

reeordator : — a recorder. 



recordum 
rial. 



-a record; a memo- 



recreantisa : — recreancy'. 

recredencia : — recreance, a provi- 
sional possession given to 
one of the parties till a suit 
be determined. 

recta : — right ; jurisdiction. 

rectare : — to set straight ; to cite, 
to accuse. 

rectitude : — right in the sense of 
compensation. 

rector : — the rector of a parish, 
or college. 

rectoria : — a rector}' ; a rector's 
house. 

recuperamen : — a recovery. 

recuperare : — (subst.) recovery. 

recuperatio : — a recovery. 

recussorium : — a hammer. 

recusum : — rescue. 

reddare : — to clean, to scour (a 
river). 

redditarium : — a rental. 

redditarius : — a renter. 

redditualis : —rent (adj.). 

redditus : — rent. 

redditus assists or (tssisus : — rent 
of assise. 

redemptio : — ransom. 

redimere : — to ransom, to pur- 
chase the freedom of ; some- 
times, to set free for a 
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redisseisina : — redisseisin, 

reditus, See See redditus. 

re/are : — ^to rob, to deprive. 

refectorarius : — a caterer ; a re- 
fectorer, refeetioner. 

refectortum : — a refectory, fratry 
or frater ; a dining-hall. 

refeoffare : — to enfeoff again. 

referendarius : — an officer who 

exhibits petitions to the 

king, Master of the Ee- 
quests. 

refletum : — an osier bed. 

refollum : — the outlet of a pond; 
an overflow. 

refortiuncula : — a fortress. 

refuUum. See refollum. 

refutancia. See refutatio. 

refutatio : — a quittance, a receipt. 

rega terra : — a measure of land 
in Guieune. (Fr. rege.) 

regale, regalia: — royalty; the 
temporal rights of a bishop ; 
some kingly ornament, that 
used by Henry III. was of 
white "diaspre " or silk. 

regal ttas : — royalty. 

regardare: — to examine, to in- 
spect ; to regard. 

regardator : — the regarder of a 
forest. 

regardere. See regardare. 

regardor. See regardator. 

regardum : — the regard, or in- 
spection of a forest ; the 
extent of the regarder' s 
charge ; the impost levied 
by him ; a reward. 

regardus. See regardator. 



rege et regina, Indus de : — chess. 

regestum : — a register ; a book- 
marker ; a safe for jewels, 
&c. 

registrare : — to register. 

registrarius : — a registrar. 

registrum : — a register ; a book- 
marker. 

regrataria : — sale by retail. 

regratartus : — one who buys to 
resell in the same market, 
a regrator. 

regrattare : — to give thanks. 

regrator. See regratartus. 

reguardum, dtc. See regardum. 

regula : — a reglet, a narrow flat 
moulding. 

regulare : — to rule ; to rule lines. 

regular e : — an instrument used 
in the mint. 

regularis : — belonging to a 
monastic order. 

regulus : — a prince ; an earl. 

regtcardum. See regardum. 

rehabilitatio: — restoration to for- 
mer ability-. 

reia : — a swathe, a row. 

reintrare : — to re-enter. 

reint ratio : — re-entry. 

reisa : — a journey ; a campaign. 

rejunctio : — a rejoinder. 

relaxare : — to release. 

relaxntio : — a release ; relief. 

relevamen, relevafio, relevium : — 
relief, a payment to the lord 
by a feudal tenant on enter- 
ing his fief. 

religio : — a religious order. 
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religiosus : — a member of such. 
an order. 

rella : — ray, striped cloth.. 

remanentia : — remainder. 

remasilia vaccarum : — cowdung. 

remedium : — recreation. 

rememhrancia '. — remembrance. 

rememoratio : — a remembrance. 

rememorator : — a remembrancer. 

remissus : — careless. 

remocium : — rowing. 

remuabilis : — removeable. 

remulus : — a rudder, an imple- 
ment used in mixing malt. 

renga : — a belt ; a baldric. 

rengia, rengiata : — a strip of land. 

rengum : — a rank ; a row. 

reno : — a short cloak, usually fur. 

rentale : — a rental ; a rent-roll. 

rentarius : — a renter, a tenant 
paying rent. 

reparium: — a fortified place; a 
harbour (for deer) ; repair, 
i.e. recourse, visit. 

repassagium : — return. 

repassare : — to return. 

repastum : — a repast, a meal. 

repatriare : — to return to one's 
country. 

repausare : — to nourish; to be 
still, to repose ; to make 
stiU. 

repeciare : — to patch. 

repellare : — to repeal. 

repellum : — repeal. 

reperium. See reparium. 



replacitare : — to plead what was 
pleaded before. 

replegiabilis : — replevisable, bail- 
able. 

repJegiamentum : — replevin. 

replegiare: — to redeem by giving 

surety ; to replevy. 
reportagium : — carrying back. 
reportare : — to report. 
reportus : — report. 
reprisa : — deduction. 

reprisale : — taking one thing in 
satisfaction for another, re- 
prisal. 

reprisare : — to remit ; to deduct. 

reragia. See arreragium. 
resaisire. See reseisire. 
rescuer e : — to rescue. 

rescussa, rescussio : — recovery ; 

rescue ; attack. 
rescussor : — a rescuer. 
rescussura : — rescue. 
rescussus : — rescue. 
reseutire : — to rescue. 
reseantia : — residence. 

reseisire : — to retake lands into 
the king's hand ; to replace 
in seisin. 

resiantia, resiantisa : — residence. 

residensurus : — about to reside. 

resolvere : — to pay. 

resortire : — to be in the jurisdic- 
tionof ; to revert; to resort to. 

resortum : — the jurisdiction of a 
court ; return. 

respecta : — respite. 

respeciare, respectuare : — to re- 
spite. 
respectus : — respite. 



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respiciatus : — considered ; de- 
creed. 

respiciens : — reguardant (heral- 
dic). 

respicium : — respite. 

responsalis : — one who answers 
for another in court. 

restore: — to arrest. For ares- 
fare. 

restauramentum : — restocking. 

restaurare : — to repair ; to re- 
store ; to restock. 
restaurus : — reparation ; store. 
resummontre: — to summon again. 
resummonitio : — resummons. 
retabulum. See retrotabula. 
retallia, retallium : — retail. 
retare. See rectare. 
reteneinentum : — withholding. 
retentio, retinentia : — retinue. 
retiaculum : — a small net. 
retinementum : — withholding. 
retirare : — to retire. 
retondarius : — a clipper of coin. 
retonsuru : — clipping. 
retoma : — return of writs, &c. 
retornare : — to return. 
retornus : — profit ; return. 
retracta : — withdrawal. 

retrocomitatus : — rier-eounty, a 
place appointed by the 
sheriff for receipt of the 
king's money, after the close 
of the county court. 

retrofeudum : — a mesne fee or 
mesne tenure. 

retrogarda : — a rearguard. 

retropannagium : — pannage from 
Martinmas to Candlemas. 



retrotabula, retrotabulum : — a 
retable, a shelf above an 
altar or a frame on such a 
shelf. 

retrovenda : — a sum paid on pur- 
chasing an estate in addi- 
tion to the price. 

retta. See recta. 

rettum : — a chaise, an accusa- 
tion. 

retuma, Sj'c. See retoma, Sfc. 

reugia : — a measure of land 
(error for rengia (?) ). 

revella, revelles : — ^revels. 

revelus : — a pedlar. 

reventio : — revenue. 

reversatus : — turned inside out. 

reversio : — reversion, the right 
of succession. 

revestiarium : — vestry; sacristy. 

revestire : — to reinf eoff. 

revestitorium : — a vestry. 

revestitura : — putting into pos- 
session again. 

revolus : — a pedlar. 

rewardum. See regardum. 

rewennio : — rennet. 

regsa : — a joxirney ; a campaign. 

rihaldus : — a light-armed soldier; 
a rogue, a vagrant. 

ribinare : — to bfuik up (?). 

ridare : — to clean. 

ridellus : — a curtain. 

ridmicus (rhythmicus) : — in 
metre ; in rhyme. 

rifflare : — to take away by force; 

to plunder. 
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riffiura : — plunder. See also 

ruffiura. 
riga : — a ridge. 
rima : — rhyme. 

rimac/tum: — error for rivia- 
ylum (?). 

ringa : — a soldier's belt. 

ringeldus, rinyildus : — a bailiff. 
(Welsh, rhingyll.) 

ri7igildria : — ofi&ce of ringildus. 
rinsura : — washing. 
rioia : — a riot. 
riotosus : — riotous. 
riottum : — a riot. 

riparia : — water flowing be- 
tween banks. 

riparius: — one who conveys fish 
from the coast to inland 
towns. 

ripator : — a reaper. 
risa : — rice. 
rismus : — rhyme. 
ritare. See rectare. 

rivagium : — toll taken on rivers 
for the passage of boats, or 
on the shore for landing 
goods. 

rivaria : — a river bank. 

riveare, riviare : — to fish and 
fowl on a river ; to have 
the right of doing so. 

riviagium : — the above - men- 
tioned right. See also riva- 
gium. 

rivera : — a river. 

rivola : — a stream, a rivulet. 

rixa : — rice. 

roba : — a robe. 

robare : — to rob. 



robaria : — robbery. 

robato}-, roberator : — a robber. 

roberia : — robbery. 

robigalia : —Rogation week. 

roborare : — to confirm. 

robur : — often means a dead oak 
for firewood, while qiierrus 
is used for a live one, to be 
cut down for timber. 

rocca : — a spinning rock, or 
distaff. 

rochea : — a roach. 

rochettum, : — a rochet, a frock of 
white lawn without or with 
tiglit sleeves. 

rochia, rochus : — a roach {leucis- 
cus rutiliis). 

roeus : — a rook or castle at chess. 

roda: — a perch, 16J feet; a 
rood, a quarter of an acre. 

rodata : — a quarter of an acre. 

rogationes : — public prayers or 
processions. 

rogatorium : — an almonry. 

rogatorius : — a beggar ; an 

almoner. 
rogus : — a pile of wood ; a 

beacon ; a rogue. 
rolla : — a roll. 

rollagium : — rolling ; money paid 
therefor. 

rollare : — to enrol ; to roll. 
rolliare : — to roll. 

romancium : — a French book ; a 

romance. 
Romano, in : — in French. 
romea : — a room. 

romipeta : — one who has ap- 
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roncalis, roncaria. See runcalis. 

rondella : — a roundel. 

ropa : — a rape, a divisiou of a 
countj. 

rosa, rosarius : — base money im- 
ported from abroad in the 
reign of £dw. I. A penny 
of base money in Q. Mary's 
reign bears a rose instead of 
the Queen's head ; a rosette. 

rosalum vinum : — vin rosetique 
from Nerac in Gascony. 

roseru auca: — a species of wild 
goose. 

roserellum : — a rosary (?), a 
rosette ('?). 

rosetum : — a rushy place ; thatch. 

rossinum : — rosin. 

rossus : — red. 

rotabulum : — a iirefork. 

rotagium : — wheelage, toll oa 

wheeled vehicles. 
rotarius : — a soldier ; a robber ; 

a wheelwright. 

rotula : — a roll ; a rowel ; a 
mullet (heraldic) ; a candle. 

rotulitre : — to turn round ; to 
enrol. 

rotularius : — a notary ; a secre- 
tary. 

rotulus : — a roll. 

ruuta, routum : — a rout ; an un- 
lawful assembly. 

rubbosa : — rubbish. 

rtibea, rubettus, rubetus : — a ruby. 

rubiyinator : — a furbisher. 

rtibius : — red. 

rubrica : — a rubric. 

ruhricelln : — a little rubric. 



rttcha. See rutta. 

rucillaria : — a skep (?) ; same as 

ruscatia (?). 
ruder a : — rubbish. 
ruellum : — a taper. 
ruffiura : — a scratch. 
ruinus : — ruinous. 

rumagium : — rummaging, un- 
loading a ship. 

rumigeruliis : — bearer of tidings. 

rumphea : — a dart. 

runagium : — error for rivia- 
gitim (?). 

runcalis, runcaria : — land over- 
grown with brambles, &c. 

runcilus, ru7u-inus : — a draught- 
horse, or pack-horse. 

runsus. See runcilus. 

ruptarius : — a husbandman ; a 
mercenary soldier ; a robber. 

r upturn : — arable land. 

rtisca : — a skep ; a hive. 

ruscatia : — a place where broom 

grows. 
ruscubardum : — some kind of 

broom. 
ruscum : — filth ; gorse. 
russetus : — russet. 
russus : — red. 

rusticus : — used as the opposite 
to liber in the 1 2th century. 

ruta. See routa, rutta. 

rutta : — a troop of mercenary 
soldiers. 



S. 

sabaia : — small beer. 
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sahhatis dies : — Saturday. 

sahbatum : — sometimes means 
peace. 

sahelinus : — (adj.) of sable fur. 

sabellum, sabelum : — a sable 
{mustela zibellina). 

saber: — (adj.) rough; (subst.) 

gravel. 
sablinus. See sabelinus. 
sablona : — sand. 
sablonare : — to strew with sand. 

sabracia : — sabras, a mixture 
used in dressing parch- 
ment. 

sabulonarium : — a gravel pit ; 
liberty to dig gravel, and 
money paid for the same. 

saca : — sac, a lord's right of 
holding a court for pleas of 
trespass among his tenants. 

saccate : — to pack. 
saccha. See saca. 
saccinus : — wearing sackcloth ; a 
monk. 

sacculus : — a satchel ; a hood. 
saccus : — a sack ; a cloak. 
sacellarius : — a keeper of a purse. 

sacer : — a female saker falcon 
(Jhlco sacer), the male being 
called a sakerett ; a cannon, 
of various sizes. 

sacramentalis : — a compurgator. 

sacrarium : — a small lavatorj'' 
near the altar in a church. 

sacrifugus : — some trade. 

sacrista : — a sacristan ; a sexton. 

sacristaria, sacristia : — a sacristy 
or sextry. 

scecularis : — not belonging to a 
monastic order. 



saenna : — a seine net ; a fishery. 
saga : — say, fine serge. 
sagemannus. See sagibaro. 
sagena. See saenna. 
sagibaro : — an elder, a judge. 
sagimen : —fat, lard. 
saginarius. See sagmarius. 

sagitta : — an arrow ; the shaft of 
a cart ; a small swift ship. 

sagittamen : — a stock of arrows. 

sagittaria : — a small swift ship. 

Sagittarius : — a bowman ; a 
fletcher ; a shafter, i.e., the 
horse next the cart in a 
team. 

sagma : — a soam. See summa. 

sagmarius : — a packhorse. 

sagmen : — fat, lard. 

sagum : — say, fine serge. 

saio '. — a tipstaff. 

saisio : — season. 

saisire, dtc. See seisire. 

saisona : — season. 

sala : — a hall. 

salare :-^to salt. 

salaria. See salarium. 

salariare : — to ebb. 

salarium : — a saltcellar ; pay, 

salary. 
salcia : — a sausage. 
salina : — a salt pit ; a tax on salt. 
salinare : — to salt. 
salinarius : — a Salter. 
salire : — to salt. 
salitus : — salted. 

salix : — active. 

salma : — a seam of corn, 8 bushels. 



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*aha : — a salt marsh ; seasalt ; 
sauce. 

salsaria, salseria : — a salt pit ; 
the saucery, an office in the 
royal household. 

salsarium : — a saltcellai' ; a 
saucer; a measure of dry 
goods. 

talsarius : — the officer in charge 
of the saucery, '• le sauser." 

salsatio, salsatum : — salting. 

salsea : — sauce. 

salsinia, salsutia : — a sausage. 

saltatorium : — a deer leap, a 
leapyeat ; a stirrup ; a 
saltire. 

alteria: — a salt house; asaltery. 

salterium : — used for psalterium. 

saltorium, salturum. See sal- 
tatorium. 

salutia, salutium : — a salute, a 
French gold coin of the 
loth century, with the 
Annunciation or Salutation 
on the obverse, weight 60 
grains Troy, coined also by 
Henry V. and Henry VI. 

sahagardia : — safeguard, safe 
keeping. 

salvuffina : — deer ; venison. 

salvagium : — ssilvage. 

salvagius : — wild, savage. 

salvistrum : — saltpetre. 

salvus conductus : — a safe con- 
duct. 

samla : — a cittern. 

samictum, samitum : — samite, 
rich sUk cloth, often woven 
with silver or gold. 

samo : — a salmon {salmo solar). 



sanctimonialis : — a nun. 

sanciuarium : — a sanctuary ; 
consecrated ground. 

sandax : — madder (sandix). 

sandaliutn : — cendal or sendal. 

sanguinarius : — a bloodhound. 

sanna : — derision. 

saponarius : — a soap maker. 

sappus : — sap ; moisture. 

sarabaitcB : — men calling them- 
selves monks, who belong to 
no rule. 

sarabarda : — a pilgrim's cloak, 
O.E.,slaveyne ; coarse cloth. 

sarclare : — to weed, to hoe. 

sarclo : — a hoe. 

sarculare. See sarclare. 

sarculatura : — a day's work at 
weeding. 

sargens. See serviens. 

sargia : — serge ; a mat. 

sargire : — to sift. 

sarJcellus : — an engine for catch- 
ing fish. 
sarpeleria : — packing wool. 

sarpilarium : — coarse cloth ; a 
cloak of such material. 

sarplare : — a sarpler of wool, 
half a sack ; in France, 
larger than a sack. 

sarplerium. See sarpilarium ; 
sarplare. 

sarracum : — a tumbrel, a dung 

cart. 
sarrator : — a sawyer. 
sartare : — to clear ground of 

wood, &c. See assartare. 
sartatectum : — thatch. 
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sartor ium : — a tailor's shop ; a 
room in a monaster}' where 
the clothes were made. 

sartrinum. See sartorium. 

sartum : — woodland brought into 
cultivation. See assartum. 

satiare : — to impound. 

saticulum : — a seedlip. 

satifiare : — to ratify. 

satitolum : — a seedlip. 

satoriuin : — a seedlip, or basket 
used in sowing. 

satrinum: — a bakehouse. 

saugma, sauma : — a soam. See 
summa. 

sauriis : — a hawk until her first 
moult. 

sausaria : — a saucer. 

suvagina. See salvagina. 

savina : — a measure. In some 
eases perhaps an error for 
saugma. 

saxifragium : — a stone quarry. 

sag sire, S^y. See seisire, Sfc. 

sayum : — serge ; silk (?). 

scabinus : — the wardens of the 
town of Lynne were so 
called. (Fr. echevin.) 

scaccarium : — a chessboard; the 
Exchequer. 

scarci : — chessmeji. 

scaccijicare : — to play chess. 

scachia : — the body of a tally. 

scajila : — a boat. 

scala : — a goblet ; a scale for 
weighing. 

scalarkim : — a staircase. 

scaldria : — a scalding house. 



scaler a, scaleria, scalertia : — a 

stile (?). 
scalinga : — a slate quarry. 

scambium, scambum. See escam- 

bia. 
scamella : — a butcher's block or 

stall. 
scamellum : — a bench or stool 

(scabellum). 
scamnarium : — a banker, a carpet 

or cloth to cover a bench. 

scandalum : — jii'oj udicial report; 

scandal. 
scangium. See escambia. 
scansile : — a stirrup. 
scansillum : — a stile. 
siantilio : — a piece ; a sample. 
seapha : — a measure of corn. 
scaphalda : — a scaffold. 
scapilus : — a measure of corn. 

scapulare : — a scapular, a gar- 
ment worn b}' Benedictines 
when at work, instead of the 
cowl ; a vestment made of 
two woollen bands, one 
down the breast, the other 
down the back. 

scapulare : — to beat. 

scara : — underwood ; a troop. 

scareta : — a vine prop. 

scoria : — a troop of soldiers. 

scarioballum : — the cog of a mill. 

scarlateiis, scarlatus, scarletus : — 

scarlet. 
scarra : — a share. 

scarta : — a measure of corn, in 
use in Bordeaux, equal to 
an English quarter. 

seatarigo : — a spring of water. 

scaler a : — a creek. 



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sravagium : — scavage or schew- 
age, toll exacted from mer- 
chants for goods exposed for 
sale, or paid when imported 
goods are shown at the 
Custom-house. 

scavaldus: — acoUector of scavage. 

scawanga. See scavagium. 

sceithmanniis : — a pirate. 

scelda. 8ee selda. 

scenerium : — a courtyard (?). 

sceppa : — a skep. See esceppa. 

sceurum : — a granary' ; a reposi- 
tory. 

schaffa : — a sheaf. 

schavaldus. See scavaldus. 

schaveldarius : — a moss trooper. 

schela : — a bell ; a strap. 

schilla : — a small bell; a dish. 

srhillingus : — a shilling. 

schira : — a shire ; a shire court ; 
payment for exemption from 
attending thereat. 

schirminnus : — the ruler of a 
shire ; a sheriff. 

schopa : — a shop. 

scilicet : — to wit. 

scindalluni : — cendal. 

scindifaher : — a bladesmith. 

scinditorium : — trencher bread. 

srindula : — shingle for roofing ; 

lath ; a blade. 
n'iiidulariHs : — a bladesmith. 
siiper, ariprus : — a skipper, a 

captain of a ship. 
siii'a. See sihira. 
scisellum : — a chisel. 
scisimus : — a fur, gris. 
scissor : — a tailor. 
scissorium : — a trencher. 
scitus : — site. For situs. 



sclauma : — a cloak. 
selavus : — a slave. 
sclopetd : — a gun. 
sclopetarius : — a musketeer. 
sclopetum: — a gun ; an arquebus. 
sclusa : — a dam ; a sluice. 
scochia : — a scutcheon. 
scolastizare : — to study. 
scuncha, sconsa : — a sconce. 

scopellus : — a knife ; a chisel ; a 
lancet ; used for srapilus. 

scopeta : — a gun. 

scoppa : — a shop. 

scorcium : — bark. 

scoria : — dross ; a score. 

scorium : — a mat. 

scortttm : — escort. 

scota : — scot ; tax. 

scotagium. See scutagium. 

srotalla, siotallnm : — a contribu- 
tion for liquor for forest 
officers ; a feast provided 
by contribution. 

scoticare: — to naturalise a man 
in Scotland. 

scotta. See scota. 

scottare : — to pay scot. 

scottutn. See scota. 

scribania : — an office in Gruienne, 
registry. 

scrmea, scriiteum : — a screen. 

scrinialisj scriniarius : — a scri- 
vener. 

serin ium : — a shrine. 

scriptorium : — a writing room. 

scrivabile paper um : — writing 
paper. 

scrobula : — a robe worn by female 
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scrofa : — a sow ; a machine for 
digging at the base of the 
walls of a fortress. 

scrotula : — a scroll. 

scrutator : — an examiner ; a 
watchman. 

scrutinium : — search ; examina- 
tion. 

scrutlanda : — land assigned for 
providing clothes. 

scucheo : — an escutcheon. 

scultetus : — a governor, * ' schout." 

scura : — a stable. 

scurare : — to scour. 

scurellus : — a squirrel. 

scurgia : — a whip (?). 

scuria : — a stable. 

scurio : — a stableman. 

scutagium: — a tax paid in lieu 
of military service by those 
who held lands by knight- 
service. 

scutarius: — an esquire ; a shield 
maker. 

scutella :— a dish ; a scuttle ; a 

basket ; a coin (?). 
scutellarium: — a scullery. 

scutellarius: — a scullion ; a monk 
or other person in charge of 
crockery and other table 
things ; a dealer in such 
ware. 

scutifer, seutiger : — an esquire. 

scutillarius. See scutellarius. 

scutra : — a metal chafing dish. 

scutularius. See scutellarius. 

scutulatus : — dapple grey. 

scutum : — a shield ; the coin 
called a crown; a coat-of- 
arms. 

scyra. See schira. 



scyremotum : — a shiremote, a 
meeting of the qualified 
men of a shire. 

scytheaticum molendinum : — "a 
blade my lie." 

seasina : — seisin. 

seca : — a saw ; perhaps also hair 
cut from the tails of oxen. 

secerniculum : — a portcullis. 

seckillo : — thorns, brambles (?). 

secretarium : — a strong room in 
a convent for keeping relics, 
plate, &c. ; a sacristy. 

secretarius : — a secretary ; a sa- 
cristan, a sexton. 

secta : — suit, in all senses. 

sec tare : — to sue. 

sectarius : — a suitor. 

sectator : — an executioner ; a 

suitor. 
secundarius : — a secondary, 

second clerk of the sheriff. 
secimtur : — sometimes used for 

sequuntur. 
securantia : — assurance. 

securare : — to warrant ; to make 

secure. 
securatio : — surety ; security. 
securiare. See securare. 
sedes : — used for cades, 
sedua : — used for ctedua. 
sedula : — a schedule. 
seforniculum : — a portcullis. 
segutius cams : — a sleuth hound. 
seignior : — senior ; a lord. 
seignoragium : — lordship. 

seillo : — a strip of land ; a fur- 
row. See selio. 
seisiare. See seisinare. 
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seisinare : — to put in possession. 

seisire : — to take possession ; to 
put in possession. 

seisona : — season. 

selda : — a shop ; a stall ; a shed ; 
a willow wood ; a salt pit. 

selio : — a butt of land, an uncer- 
tain quantity ; a strip in the 
open field. 

sellarius : — a saddler. 

semella : — a shoesole. 

semiquarta : — a pint. 

semispata, semispathum : — asmall 
sword. 

semitorium : — often used for 
cameterium. 

semitorius : — a seedlip (basket). 

semotim : — separately. 

sempectte : — senior monks, of fifty 
years' standing, in the Bene- 
dictine order. 

semus : — imperfect ; mutilated. 

senagium : — money paidforsyno- 

dals. 
sendellium. See cendalum. 

senescalcia, senescaldia: — 
stewardship. 

senescaldus : — a steward. 

senescallia : — stewardship. 

senescallus : — a steward. 

senescaria : — stewardship. 

seneucta : — widowhood. 

seneveclorium : — a wheelbarrow, 
a mud cart {cenivectorium). 

senglarius : — a wild boar. 

sententiare : — to sentence, to con- 
demn. 

sentinarum domus : — " houses of 
office." 



seolda : — a shop, a stall. 

seosinabilis : — seasonable. 

sepa. See cepa. 

separalis, seperaritis, separius : — 
several. 

seperalitas : — severalty. 

sephalanaxia : — chief require- 
ments ; commands. 

seplassarius : — a merchant ; a 
grocer. 

septitnana : — a week. 

septimanarius : — taking weekly 
turns of duty {hehdoma- 
darius). 

septipliciter : — sevenfold. 

septor : — a hedger. 

sepultura : — burial fee. 

sepum : — tallow. 

sequela : — residt ; suit ; retinue ; 
issue of a nativus, or bond- 
man. 

sequentia : — a sequence, a hymn 
sung after the gradual and 
before the gospel. 

sequestrare: — to sequester; to re- 
nounce. 

sequestrum : — sequestration. 

seratura : — a bolt or lock ; a 
locksmith's trade. 

serchia : — search ; hue and cry. 

sergancius : — a Serjeant. 

serganteria : — serj eanty ; tenure 
by honourable service. 

serganterium : — ^^ unum sergante- 
rium, s. ires solidos per 
annum.''^ (Fine, Suffolk, 
Eic. I., No. 11.) 

sergenteria. See serjanteria. 

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serifaher : — a locksmith. 

seriolius : —in order. 

serjanteria : — the fee or benefice 
of a serviens ; the office of 
apparitor. 

serjantia, serjeantia : — serjeanty. 

serjantius : — a Serjeant. 

sermonium : — an interlude or 
pageant. 

serpigo : — crawling. 

serplera : — a sarpler of wool, half 
a sack. 

serrate : — to lock. 

serrura : — a bolt, a lock. 

serum : —evening. 

servagitim : — the obligation of 
providing workmen for the 
lord. 

servatorium : — a stew ; a chest. 

servicia : — ale {cervisia). 

serviens : — a servant ; an infantry 
soldier ; a sergeant. 

serviens ad legem : — a serjeant at 
law. 

servisia : — ale {cervisia). 

servitium : — service, the duty 
owed by the tenant to his 
lord. 

servorium. See servatorium. 

servus : — a bondman ; a servile 
tenant. 

sesona, sesso : — season, esp. for 
sowing. 

seuda. See selda. 

seueare : — to drain. 

sexier a. See sewer a. 

severunda : — eaves. 

seweare : — to drain. 



sewer a : — a trench to preserve 
land from floods ; a sewer. 

sexhindeni : — men whose wergyld 
was 600«. 

sexogonus : — with six corners or 
angles. 

sextertium : — used for sextarius. 

seylo. See selio. 

seysire. See seisire. 

shaffa : — a sheaf of arrows, four- 
teen or t went}' -four. 

shava alei : — a chive of garlic. 

shelfa : — a bank where mussels 
are found. 

shippare : — to ship. 

shira : — a shire. See schira. 

shopa : — a shop. 

shotea : — a workman of some 
kind. 

shouta : — a scliuyt or scout, a 
Dutch fishing boat. 

sibula : — an awl (subula). 

sica : — a sike, a ditch, a furrow ; 
a marsh. 

sica : — a gisarme, according to 
Matthew Paris, I. 470. 

sicera : — beer or cider. 

sichetum : — a little stream of 
water ; a piece of meadow. 

siclus : — a coin worth a shilling ; 
a shekel. 

sigalis, sigalum : — rye. 

sigillare : — to seal. 

sigillarius : — the keeper of a 
seal ; a chancellor. 

sigillator pannarius : — an alnager 
of cloth. 

sigillum : — a seal. 



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figla : — a sail. 

siglare : — to sail. 

aiglatttra : — a day's sail. 

signare :— often used for signiji- 
rare; to make the sign of 
the cross. 

signetum : — a signet. 

tignifacere '. — to signify. 

signum : — the sign of the cross ; 
a bell. 

sika : — a sike (Yorks.). 

siJcetUis, See sichetum. 

sila : — a sill ; a ditch. 

silarium : — the ceiler of a bed ; 
a canopy. 

silentiarius : — a privy councillor; 
an usher ; a papal secre- 
tary. 

silina : — a measure of com. 

silvicedium : — coppice wood, un- 
der 30 years' growth. 

similari : — to assemble. 

simina : — a chamber. 

siminellus : — simnell bread, fine 
white bread ; a cake. 

simonia : — simony, traffic in 
spiritual things. 

sincatio : — digging (a well). 

sincellus {fJir/xOXos) : — sharing 
the same cell ; a coadjutor. 

sinciibare : — to cut short {synco- 
pare). 

sindicus : — an advocate. 

sindula. See scindula. 

singillatim : — one hy one. 

singnifacere. See signtfacere. 

singnijicare : — used for signifi- 



singnum : — used for signum. 

tinistrare: — to turn to the left; 
to walk on the left of. 

sinimum : — cinnamon. 

st'nodogium: — an inn {xenodo- 
chium). 

sir a. See schira. 

sirgia : — an instrument of tor- 
ture. 

sirographum. See chirogra- 
phum. 

sirotheca. See ehiroiheca. 

sirurgirtis : — a surgeon {chirur- 
gicus). 

sisara. See sicera. 

sistarchia :— ^a bag or basket. 

sitarius, sitator : — a sumnioner. 

sittiare : — to be situate. 

situs : — site. 

skamherlengeriii : — chamberlain- 
ship. 

skarkalla : — an engine for catch- 
ing fish. 

skella, skelletta : — a small bell. 

skerda : — a scar. 

skermia : — swordplay, fencing. 

skilla : — a small bell {schilla). 

sktppagium: — embarkation; pas- 
sage money on board ship ; 
hire of a ship. 

skirmia : — fencing. 

skuvinagium, skyvinagtum : — the 
revenue of a scabmus ; some 
due at Calais harbour. 

slippa : — a stirrup. 

smakka : — a smack, a small 
ship. 

smeltus, smyltus : — a smelt 
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snacca, snecca : — a ship (esnecca). 

soca : — the jurisdiction of a lord; 
the liberty of tenants ex- 
cused from customary im- 
positions. 

socayium : — socage ; plough ser- 
vice, a tenure inferior to 
tenure by knight- service. 

socca. See soca. 

socenagmm. See socagium. 

socha. See soca. 

sochemnnnus. See socmannus. 

sochemanria : — tenure by socage. 

socmannus : — a socman or soca- 
ger, a tenant by socage, or 
tenant in ancient demesne ; 
a sokereve. 

socnum. See soca. 

soffrancia. See sufferentia. 

soinus : — essoin. 

soha. See soca. 

sokerevus : — a sokereve, rent col- 
lector for the lord of a soke. 

sohmannus. See socmannus. 

sola : — a sole {solea vulgaris). 

solagium : — a due paid for use of 

soil. 
solanda : — a plough land. (A. S. 

sulung.) 
solarium : — an upper story or 

room. 
solda : — a piece of land. See 

also selda. 
soldarius: — serving for pay; a 

soldier. 
soldata : — pay. 
soldum : — pay. 
soldus : — a shilling ; a sou. 

solecizare : — to speak bad 
grammar. 



solemne : — the mass. 
solicitator : — a solicitor. 

soUdarius : — serving for pay ; a 

soldier. 
solidata : — a shilling's worth ; 

pay. 

solidatum : — property. 

solidatus. See solidata. 

solidus : — a shilling; a sou. 

solidos suos, ad: — at his expense ; 
in his pay. 

solinum : — a meal for one person. 

solinus : — a measure of land about 
160 acres, a plough land (?). 

solium : — an upper room ; a loft. 

solinga. See sullinga. 

solivagus girus : — the sun's orbit. 
In classical Latin, solivagus 
is derived from solus, and 
means wandering alone. 

solta : — payment. 

somarius :—& sumpter horse, a 
pack horse. 

sometarius : — the officer in the 
king's household who at- 
tended to carriage. 

sonare : — to snore. 

sonium. See essonium. 

sopa : — a shop {shopa). 

sorceria : — sorcery, witchcraft. 

sornecca : — some kind of ship. 

sornus : — red. 

sororius : — a brother-in-law ; a 
sister's son. 

sors : — sort, kind ; principal. 

sorus : — red. See snurus, sourus. 

soscallus : — some kind of hound 
used for stag hunting. 

sotillares, sotulares : — shoes. 



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sottus : — a fool, a sot. 

sourellus : — a sorel, a buck of 
three years old. 

sourus : — a sore, a four-year-old 

buck. 
spada : — a sword. 
spado : — a gelding. 
sparro : — a spar, a stake. 

sparrus : — a hobbyhawk {Jalco 

subbuteo). 
spartha : — an axe. 

gparverius : — a sparrow hawk 
{accipiter friyigillarius). 

spata : — a sword. 

spatularta : — apparels round the 
neck and wrists of an alb. 

specialitas : — a bond or deed. 

speciarius : — a spicer ; a druggist. 

specierta : — spicery. 

species : — spices. 

specietarius. See speciarius. 

spectacula : — spectacles. 

speleum : — a cell. 

spelta : — spelt {triticum spelta). 

xpengabulum : — a duty on mill 

wheels. 
spera : — a sphere. 
spervarius : — a sparrow-hawk. 
spiciaria : — spicery. 

spicurnancia : — the ofB.ce of 
spigiimel. 

spigurnellus : — the sealer of the 
king's writs. 

spinacium : — a pinnace. 

spindula, spinula : — a gold pin 
used with the archiepiscopal 
paU. 

spini bissi: — a hatband. 



spirasmtts : — a tag. 

spiritualia : — the profits which a 
bishop or other spiritual 
person receiyes as an eccle- 
siastic, not as a lord. 

spiritualitas : — the clergy. 

spirilla : — a ferrule ; a chape ; a 

gimlet. 
spolia : — a shuttle ; a spool. 

sponda : — a bier ; a pier ; a par- 
tition. 

springaldus : — a springald, a kind 
of cannon. 

sprottus : — a sprat {clupea sprat- 
tus). 

sptirarium aureum : — a gold coin 
called a spur royal, or 
spurrial, value 15«. in the 
reign of James I. 

spurgellum : — a box or trunk. 

squarrare : — to square. 

squelenarius : — a keeper of 

baskets. 
squillaria : — a scullery. 
squillarius : — a scullion. 
squinancia : — quinsy. 

squinatus : — a sequin or zechin, 
a Venetian gold coin. 

squirellum : — a squirrel. 

stabellum : — a stool. 

stabtlamentutn, stabilia, stabili- 
tio : — a buckstall, or deer- 
hay, a stand for shooting 
deer. 

stablia : — a stall. 

slabula : — a stable. 

stabtilarius : — an ostler. 

stabulatum. See stabilamentum. 

stabulum : — a stable. 

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stachia : — a stage for catching 
fish. 

stacnaria. See stannaria. 

stadium: — a furlong; a floor, a 
story. 

stafa : — a stirrup. 

staffeta. See stoffeta. 

stagga : — a small quantity of 
hay or straw. 

staggus: — a swan, half grown (?). 

stagia : — a stage ; a story of a 
house. 

stagiarius : — a canon in residence. 

stagium : — a story of a house. 

stagmen : — tin. 

stagnaria : — a tin mine. 

stagnator : — a tin miner. 

stagnum : — a pond ; tin. 

staka. See staca. 

stalaria : — a fixed engine for 
catching fish. 

stalinga : — same as stalaria (?). 

stalla : — a stall. 

stallagium : — stallage, the right 
of erecting a stall and pay- 
ment for it. 

stallangiarius, stallangiator : — a 
seller of goods at a stall. 

stallare : — to put off ; to give 
respite. 

stallaritis : — a groom ; master of 
the horse ; a stallkeeper in 
a market. 

stallatio : — installation. 

stallum : — a stall. 

stalo : — a stallion. 

stamen, stagmen : — tin. 



stamen :— linsey woolsey cloth. 
0. E. stamine. 

stamina, staminea, stamineum : — 
the same ; a garment made 
of such cloth. 

stancilla : — stirrups (?). 

stancum : — a pond, a tank. 

standardum : — a banner ; legal 
weight and measure. 

stangneus, stanneus : — of tin. 

stannaria : — a tin mine. 

stannarius : — a pewterer; a tin- 
man. 

stannator : — a tin miner. 

stannatus : — dyed. 

stannum : — tin. 

stanso : — a stanchion (?). 

stantiva fenestra : — a window 
reaching to the floor (?). 

stapellum : — a staple, a bolt. 

stop ha : — a stirrup. 

stapula, stapulum : — a market or 
staple. 

stara : — 8 bushels, or 2 gallons. 

starrum : — a Jew's deed or bond. 

stationarius : — a canon in resi- 
dence. 

statutum : — a statute. 

stauramentum : — the stock of a 
farm. 

staurus : — stock ; store. 

Stella : — a kiddle, a weir for 
fishing ; a rowell, a trendle, 
a hoop with candles thereon. 

stellata camera : — the Star Cham- 
ber. 

sterilensium solidi : — shillings 
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sterlingus: — sterling; an English 

penny; money. 
stermannus : — a steersman. 
sternium : — a bedstead. 
steynare : — to stain. 
stibiare : — to starch. 

stica: — a brass Saxon coin, worth 
half a farthing ; a stick of 
eels, i.e., 25. 

stiga : — a pricket for a candle. 

stika. See stica. 

stillatorium : — a distillery. 

stina : — the handle of a plough. 

stinarius : — a ploughman. 

stingus : — a shrimp. 

stipa : — a metal bar, as on a belt. 

stipes : — a tally. 

stipula : — stubble. 

stiremanmis : — a steersman. 

stivale, stivallum, stivella : — a 

boot. 
stochia. See stachia, 
stockarius : — a stockfishmonger. 
stoffare : — to stuff. 
stoffeta : — stubble. 

stoffura : — equipment ; provi- 
sions ; material ; stuff. 
stola : — a stole. 
stoUiim : — a fleet or army. 
stonda : — staddles. 
stophare : — to store ; to stuff. 
stoppa : — tow ; a stoup. 
stored : — straw. 
storium. See stolium. 

stotarius : — a keeper of horses or 
oxen. 

stottus : — a horse or an ox. 



stotcagium : — stowage. 
straciatus : — striped. 
stracus : — a strake ; a tire. 
strada : — a stripe. 

stragulare :^to strangle ; to em- 
broider of divers colours. 

stragulati fratres : — Carmelite 
Friars, whose clothing was 
parti-coloured when in 
Palestine. 

stragnlator : — an embroiderer. 

stragulus : — variegated. 

straiatus : — strayed. 

stramere : — to strew. 

straminare : — to strew with straw. 

stramura : — straw for the floor. 

strandagium : — strandage, pay- 
ment for leave to beach a 
boat. 

stranglinum : — squirrel fur. 

strangulum : — ray, a striped, 
cloth. 

stranlingum : — squirrel fur. 

stratfi : — a street, a high road. 

stratilectiJia : — bedding. 

strator : — a groom. 

strenare : — to send a New Year's 

gift. 
strepa : — a stirrup. 
strepare : — to strip. 
strepitus : — destruction ; estrepe- 

ment. 
streppum. See strepitus. 
striaballum : — a cog of a wheel. 
striatus : — engrailed. See en- 

grallatus. 

stricatus : — striped. 

stricum : — a strike, a stick used 
for levelling corn in the 
measure; the eighth of a 
quarter. 

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strigil : — a currycomb. 

strikum. See stricum. 

stroda : — sands. 

strofa : — -a stirrup. 

struhlus : — a staff ; a goad. 

structus : — a suit (of clothes). 

stuba : — a stove ; a stew. 

stubula : — stubble. 

studium : — a university ; a study 
(room). 

studium generate : — a university. 

stufa^ stuffa ; — a stove ; a stew ; 
a hot bath. 

stuff are : — to stuff ; to give a hot 
bath to. 

stuffura. See stoffura. 
stupula : — stubble. 
sturemanus. See stiremannus. 
sturgio : — a sturgeon (acipenser 
sturio). 

suanimotum : — a swainmote, a 
forest court. 

suaria : — a horsecloth {sudaria). 

suatim : — among themselves ; by 
himself. The word occurs 
in classical Latin, but de- 
rived from sus not suus. 

suhalternus : — subordinate. 

subarrare: — to plough up; to 
espouse ; to give a pledge, 
or earnest ; sometimes to 
take a pledge. 

subboscus : — underwood. 

subdiaconus : — a subdeacon. 

subductura : — liningor trimming. 

subescaetor : — an under- 
escheator. 



subfalcum : — aftermath (?), or a 
field after mowing or reap- 
ing. 

subharrare : — to plough up. 

subjugalis : — a beast of burden. 

sublarvare : — -to act in a mask. 

sublegerius : — guilty of incest. 
(A. S. sibleger.) 

subligacula : — breeches, stock- 
ings. 

subligar : — a garter, in classical 
Latin a waist band. 

submonere : — to summon. 

submonitto : — summons. 

submonitor : — a summoner. 

subnervare : — to hamstring ; to 
hough. 

subpedium : — a treadle. 

subplacitare : — to cite before a 
court of law. 

subprior : — an officer of a convent 
next in authority to the 
prior. 

subprisia : — surprise. 

subregulus : — a baron, a lord. 

subrubeus : — reddish. 

subsannatio : — derision. 

subsidium : — an aid, a subsidy. 

siibsisternium : — a litter. 

subtiliare : — to diminish ; to act 
craftily. 

subucula : — a bodkin. (In clas- 
sical Latin subucula is a 
shirt, and subula an awl.) 

suburbanus : — a countryman, a 
rustic. 

subvassor : — an esquire, a tenant 
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succellerarius: — an imdercellarer. 

succentor : — assistant to the 
armarius in a monastery. 

succidia : — a flitch of bacon. 

succidium : — sowse, pickle. 

succurrum candidum : — sugar 

candy. 
succur sarins : — a courser (horse). 

succursus : — help. 
suchia : — a stump. 
sucura : — sugar. 
suera. See setcera. 
suetta, suet turn : — suit. 
suffalum. See subfalcum. 

sitfferentia : — a grant ; sufferance ; 
a suspension of arms, armi- 
stice. 

sufflum : — a whistle. 

suffraganeus : — a suffragan or 
subsidiary bishop, who as- 
sists the bishop of a diocese. 

suffrago : — a pastern. 

suffurrare : — to trim with fur. 

suissimus : — very own. 

suitor : — a follower ; a sviitor. 

suliva. See sulliva. 

sullinga, sulUngata : — a plough- 
land (A. S. sulung), used 
as equivalent to hide or 
carucate. 

sulliva : — a beam, a sill. 

sullo : — a furrow. 

suma. See summa. 

sutnelarius : — a butler ; a scul- 
lion. 

sumeracius, sumericius equus : — 
a packhorse. 

sumeiarius. See summetarius. 



summa : — a load ; a soam or 
seam, 6 or 8 bushels ; an 
abstract. 

summa mensa : — high table. 

summagiare : — ^to cairy loads. 

summagiatio : — carrying loads. 

summagium : — a horse-load, a 
soam ; obligation to supply 
pack-horses ; toll for horses. 

summarius : — a pack-horse, a 
sumpter horse. 

summata : — a load. 

summetarius : — a man in charge 
of pack-horses. 

summista : — a compiler of a 
summa or abstract. 

summitas : — the top of a hill. 

summonere : — to summon. 

summonitio : — summons. 

summonitor : — a summoner. 

summus: — a soam. See summa. 

suparum : — a linen sleeve ; a 
shirt. 

supereedijicium : — an upper build- 
ing. 

superaltare : — a portable altar ; 
the sheK at the back of an 
altar. 

superannatus: — ^morethan a year 
old. 

superaudire : — to overhear. 

superculum : — a coverlet. 

superdemanda : — excess of claim. 

superdicere : — to accuse. 

superexcepius : — despised. 

sttperfactum : — profit. 

super fidere : — to trust too much. 

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superfrontale : — a superfrontal, a 
cloth hanging above a 
frontal. 

supergahulum : — overgavel. 

superhidagium : — superhidage, 
the extra rate per acre im- 
posed upon a hide of small 
extent. 

superlabium : — the upper lip. 

superonerare : — to overload. 

superpellicium : — a surplice. 

superplus, superplusagium : — a 
surplus ; the amount which 
a sheriff or other of&cer has 
spent beyond his receipts. 

superprisia : — seizure by surprise. 

supersemtnatus : — measled (of 
pork). 

super sisa: — sursise, penalty for 
neglect, esp. for not paying 
castle -ward at Dover. 

supertenere : — to hold over; to 
neglect. 

supertunica : — a garment worn 
over a tunic. 

supervidere ; — to survey, to exa- 
mine. 

supervincere : — to conquer. 

supervisor : — a surveyor ; an 
overseer. 

supervisus : — survey. 

supparum. See suparum. 

suppeditare : — to trample on. 

suppositio : — a support ; a prop ; 
a hypothesis. 

supprior. See suhprior. 
suppriserutit : — they surprised. 
supprisia : — used for superprisia. 



supra : — before, in a reference 
in a book. This meaning 
and the corresponding mean- 
ing of infra and inferius 
were originally used for a 
roU. 

supravisor : — an overseer. 

sura : — a coarse loaf. 

surigieus : — a surgeon {chirurgi- 
cus). 

surplusagium. See superplus. 

surrejunctio : — a surrejoinder. 

surrogatus : — a surrogate, one 
appointed in the room of 
another. 

sursa : — a spring, a fountain. 
sursumreddere : — to surrender. 
sursumredditio : — a surrender. 
susanus : — worn out. 
susceptor : — an undertaker. 
suspeditare : — to trample on. 
suspendicula : — hangings. 
suspendium : — hanging. 
suua : — a soam. See summa. 
swagium : — aid. 

swainmotus, swanemotus : — a 
swainmote, a forest court. 

swolinga, swulinga. See sullinga. 

sya : — a load ; a seam. See 
summa. 

synaxis : — an assembly, a con- 
gregation ; church service 
or office. 

syndicus : — an advocate ; a bur- 



syngraphus: — a deed signed by 
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synodale : — payment by the 
clergy to the bishop or 
archdeacon at a visitation. 

synodus : — a meeting of eccle- 
siastical persons. 

syra. See schira. 

syrografum : — a chirograph. 

syua. See summa. 



T. 

tabacum : — tobacco. 

tabardarius : — a tabarder or 
tabiter, a scholar at Queen's 
College, Oxford. 

tabardum : — a tabard, a short 
tunic worn by heralds, 
priests, and others. 

tabellarium : — a board for the 
game of tables. 

tabellatum : — a boarded partition. 

tabellio : — a notary. 

tabelUonatus : — the office of 
notary. 

taberna : — a tavern ; a brewery. 

iabernaculum : — a tabernacle or 
pyx for reserving the sacra- 
ment. 

tabernarius : — a tavernkeeper. 

tabula : — a board ; the cover of 
a book. 

tabulamentum : — a tablement, a 
projecting course of stone 
to hold a roof. 

tabularium : — a chess-board, or 
board for the game of tables. 

tabulatus : — boarded. 

tabuletta : — a tablet. 

taburcinum, taburcium : — a drum. 



tacella : — a tassel, 

tachiamentum : — attachment. 

tactare : — to confirm. 

tailla : — brushwood, a copse ; a 
tally. 

taillagium. See tallagium. 

taillia : — a tally. 

tailliare. See talliare. 

tainus. See thainus. 

talare : — to cut ; to devastate. 

talea : — a tally. 

taleator : — a teller. 

talentum : — sometimes a pound. 
See marabotinus. 

tallagium : — tallage, tax. 

tallator. See talliator. 

tallea, talUa : — a tally ; a tal- 
lage ; a stated allowance of 
provisions, commons ; tail 
(legal). 

talliare : — to cut ; to limit ; to 

tax. 
talliator : — a teller ; a cutter of 

tallies ; a tailor. 

talliatum feodum : — feetail. 
talliatura : — talwood ; firewood. 
talliatus : — in tail. 
t allium : — entail ; retail. 
talmus : — an eye {ophthalmus). 

tamenetallum. See tenemenetal- 

lum. 
tanaliter : — mortally. 
tanator : — a tanner. 
tancardus : — a tankard. 
tannare : — to tan leather. 
tannarius, tannator : — a tanner. 
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tannerius : — a tanner. 

tannum, tanum : — oakbark for 
tanning. 

tanquam : — in the Universities, 
" a person of worth and 
learning, fit company for 
the fellows of colleges." 

tapatium : — tapestry work. 

tapeta, tapetium : — a carpet, in 
the middle ages used for 
covering tables, benches, or 
beds, not the floor. 

tapheta : — taffety, a thin silk. 

tapiceria : — tapestry. 

tapicerius : — a tapestry maker. 

tapinagium : — concealment. 

tapisterium : — the tester of a 
bedstead. 

iappa : — a tap. 

tar a ff mm : — the foot of or a stand 

for a piece of plate. 
taratantarizare : — to boult flour. 
tarcha : — a targe ; a target. 
tarenus : — a Sicilian gold coin, 

20 gr. 
targa : — a small shield, a target. 
targia : — a ship of burden ; a 

target. 
targus. See targa. 
tarida : — a ship of burden. 
tarifa : — a listof prices; customs. 
tarhosia : — a quiver. 
tarta : — a tart, pastry. 
tartenus pannus : — cloth of tars, 

perhaps China silk crape. 

tasca, taschia : — a task ; a tax. 
tassare : — to put hay into cocks. 



tassellus : — a fringe ; a tassel ; a 
hood. 

tassus, tassum : — a rick. 

tastare:— to try ; to taste. 

tastum : — taste ; choice. 

taxa : — a tax ; a task. 

taxare : — to name ; to describe ; 

to heap up ; to appraise ; to 

tax. 
taxatio : — valuation, assessment. 

taxator : — an assessor ; a tax 
collector. 

taxus : — a badger. 

techa : — a chest (theca). 

techellatus : — pied ; spotted. 

lector : — a thatch er, not as in 
classical Latin, a plaisterer. 

tedinga : — a tithing. 

tegnio : — a thane. 

tegnum : — apparently used for 
ri'/yn, art, fraud. 

tegula : — a tile ; a slate ; a brick. 

tegularius, tegulator : — a tiler, a 

bricklayer. 
teignus : — a thane. 
tela : — a tile. 

telaria : — the tiUer or stock of a 

balista, made of wood. 
telarius : — a weaver. 
teldum : — a tent. 
telligraphia : — written evidence. 
telonium : — toll. 
telum, : — a tile. 

temantale : — a tax of 2s. on every 
plough-land. See tenemene- 
talhim. 

templarius : — a knight of the 
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temporalia : — temporalities, the 
revenues, &c., held by a 
bishop as a baron. 

temptatio : — trial ; proof. 

tena: — a coif; a cap; the pen- 
dants of a mitre. 

tenaculum : — a hook or clasp. 
tenalia : — pincers. 
tenandria : — a vill, a town. 
tenatura : — a tenancy, a holding. 
tencellare : — to cover with meteil. 
tenda : — a trace. 

tendicula : — a long net or tunnel 
for catching birds, esp. par- 
tridges. 

tenditor : — a man who attends to 
hawks. 

tenella : — tongs ; pincers. 

tenellus : — a banqueting-hall. 

( enema tallum. See tenemenetal- 
lum. 

tenemenetallum : — tenmentale, a 
tithing; frithburgh, frank- 
pledge. 

tenementum : — a holding, a tene- 
ment. 

tenenciarius : — a tenant. 

tenendria : — a vill, a town. 

tenens : — a tenant. 

tenentia : — tenancy, tenure. 

teniludus : — tennis. 

tenisia : — ^tennis. 

tennus : — a thane. 

tenor : — purport ; a copy. 

tenor cula : — the stock of a cross- 
bow. 

tenorculus : — a notch, a nock. 



tensabilis : — defended ; pro- 
hibited. 

tensamentum : — a tax. 

tensare : — to protect, to defend; 
to exact, to extort. 

tensaria, tenseria : — tax ; tallage; 
exaction. 

tensum : — toll. 

tenta : — a tent for a wound. 

tentum : — a tent. 

tenuale : — a barbican. 

tenura : — tenure ; a tenant's ser- 
vice. 

teoloneum : — toll. 

terhichetiim : — a tumbrel, a cuck- 
ing-stool. See trehuchettum. 

tercelettum : — a young tiercel. 

tercellus, tercillus : — a tiercel, a 
male hawk. 

tercionarius : — a farmer with a 
third share (?). 

tereus : — earthen. 

terga : — a targe, a target. 

tergotenus : — on the back, en- 
dorsed. 

terminarius : — a termor, one who 
holds lands for a term. 

terminatus : — a boundary. 

terminus : — a term. 

termisium. See tremagium. 

terragium : — land tax ; ground- 
work. 

t error e : — to fortify with earth ; 
to block up ; to cover. 

terrarium : — a terrier, a landroll. 

terrarius : — a landholder ; a ter- 
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terrains : — banked up. 
terricidium : — fallen branches. 

tersorium : — a duster, a towel ; a 

broom. 
tesso : — a badger {meles taxus). 
testa : — a head. 

testamentalis: — devisable by will. 
testamentum : — a will; testimony. 
testator :— the maker of a will. 

testerium : — a tester, a flat ca- 
nopy over the end of a bed, 
a tomb, &c. 

testicare : — to testify. 
tethinga : — a tithing. 
tetrizare : — to tether. 
texera : — the sign of the Che- 
quers. 

textus : — a copy of the gospels ; 
a register ; type. 

teysa, teysia : — a fathom. 

thainus : — a thane. 

thalamus : — a chamber, a room, 

as compared with aula, 
thalassiarcha : — an admiral. 

thanagium : — land belonging to 
the king of which the go- 
vernor was a thane. 

thaxa : — a tax ; a task. 

thaynus : — a thane. 

thedinga : — a tithing. 

theloneum, thelonium : — toll. 

thelonmannus : — a toll-collector. 

themicium : — a hedgerow. 

themmagium : — a duty paid by 
inferior tenants to be free 
from the lord's jurisdiction. 



thetnum : — theam, the right of 
having and judging one's 
bondmen and their issue, 
or of following them to other 
lord's lands ; vouching to 
warranty, part of the legal 
process for recovering stolen 
property among the Anglo- 
Saxons. 

thenecium : — a hedgerow. 

theodum : — error ioT feodum (?). 

theoloneum, theolonium : — toll. 

Theophania : — the Epiphany. 

thesare : — to worry. 

thesauraria, tkesaurarium : — a 
treasury. 

thesaurarius : — a treasurer. 

thesauria : — a treasury. 

thesaurizarius : — a treasurer. 

thesaurum : — a treasury. 

thethinga : — a tithing. 

thimagium. See themmagium. 

thingus : — a thane. 

thollia : — thowlpins. 

tholneum, tholonium : — toll. 

tholta : — extortion. 

Thomipeta : — a Canterbury pil- 
grim. 

thorale. See torale. 
thorallia : — a mattress. 
thorallum. See torale. 
thrava, thravus. See trava. 
threngus. See drengus. 

thrimsa : — a drachm ; an Anglo- 
Saxon coin worth three 
pence. 

thumelum : — a thumb. 

thurem dexter am : — some part of 
the body (error for sura, 
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thuribulum : — a censer. 

thymallus : — a svaelt {salmo eper- 
lanus) ; a grayling {salmo 
thymallus). 

tia : — an aunt on the mother's 
side. 

tibialia : — stockings. 

tibisare : — to address in the 

singular. 
ticendulum : — a wick of a lamp. 

tilerium : — a trigger (?) ; a til- 
ler (?). 
tillagium : — tillage. 

timbrellus : — a small assembly 
(Skene, De verborum sig- 
nificatione). See tumbrellum. 

timbria : — a timber of fur, a 

bundle of 40. 
timorare : — to frighten. 
timorahis : — Grod- fearing. 
tina : — a cask, a tun, a tub. 
tinata : — a cask full. 
tinctor : — an oxherd, perhaps an 

error for tractor. 

tinellus : — a cowlstaff. 

tinettum : — brushwood for repair- 
ing hedges. 

tinneum : — tin. 
tiparium. See typarium. 
tipetum : — a tippet, a scarf, gene- 
rally black, and furred. 
tiplare : — to tipple. 
tippulator : — a tippler. 
tipularia domus : — an alehouse. 
tipus {rv(pos) : — pride. 

tira : — a tier, used of the lines of 

skins in a fur cloak. 
tiriaca: — treacle {theriaca). 



tiro : — a young man intending to 
become a knight ; a young 
knight, a champion. 

tirocinare : — to be a tiro; to serve 
in war. 

tirocinium : — knighthood . 

tissutum : — tissue. 

tithing a : — a tithing. 

titular e : — to make a heading 

or title. 
titulus : — a title. 
toacula, toale, toalle : — a towel. 

todda : — a tod of wool, 28lbs. ; a 
certain quantity of grass. 

toftmannus : — the holder of a 

toft. 
to/ta, t of turn : — a toft ; a place 

where a house formerly 

stood. 
togella : — a towel. 

tolcestrum : — tolsester, payment 
to the lord of the manor for 
liberty to brew and sell ale. 

tolia : — toll. 

tollagium : — forcible exaction of 

illegal toll. 
tolletum : — toll. 
tollum : — toll. 
tolnetum : — toll. 

tolnetum depixide: — toll pixy, a 
customary payment by arti- 
sans and dealers in Gower 
to the lord. 

tolonarius : — a tollke.eperr"'"'^ 

tolonium : — toll. 

tolta : — wrong, extortion. 

tolta pladti : — a writ removing 
a cause in a Court Baron 
into the Coujity Court ; the 
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tolumen : — a tumbrel. 

tonare : — to intone. 

tonellarius : — a cooper. 

tonellum, tonellus : — a tun, a vat ; 
a prison on Cornhill. 

tonna : — a tun of wine. 

tonnagium : — tonnage. 

tonsor : — a shearman. 

topare : — to top trees. 

topettum : — a knob ; a knop. 

tophta. See tofta. 

tor ale : — bedding ; a mound ; a 
kiln. 

torallum : — a mound. 

torcare : — to clean. 

torcha : — cob, straw and mud 
used for roofing. 

torchea, torchetus, torchia : — a 
torch. 

torchiare : — to plaister. 

torchiator : — a plasterer, a 
dauber. 

torcia : — a torch. 

tormentum : — a catapult ; a can- 
non ; a fowling piece. 

tormentura : — torture. 

tornare : — to turn. 

tornator : — a turner. 

tornatilis pons '. — a swingbridge. 

torneamentum : — a tournament. 

torneare : — to tilt at a tourna- 
ment. 

torneator : — a tilter or jouster; 
one who attends a tourna- 
ment. 

tornus. See turnum. 

torta : — extortion ; a oake. 



tortellce : — tourteaux (heraldic). 

tortica, torticia : — a torch ; a 

winch, a windlass. 
tortua : — a turtle {chelone 

my das or imbricata). 
tortum : — wrong ; injustice. 
totsectus. See cotsethus. 

tottum : — rent ; toll ; a day's 

work for rent. 
toualus : — a towel. 
towayium : — toll paid for towing. 
traba : — a thrave. See trava. 

trabaria : — a small boat, a "dug- 
out." 

trabeatio : — the Incarnation, 
from irabea, a robe, not 
trabs, a beam. 

trabeatura : — beams. 

trabes: — a thrave, 12 or 24 

sheaves. 
tracea : — search ; pursuit ; a 

trail. 
traceare: — to track. 
traco : — a cavern. 
tracta : — a horse's trace. 
traetagium : — towing, hauling. 
tractilis pons : — a drawbridge. 

tractula, tractulus : — a little tract 

or treatise. 
tr actum, tr actus : — a horse's 

trace ; a haul ; a drag-net. 

tractus : — struck out. 

trada : — a haven. 

traditio : — treason. 

traya, traha : — a sledge ; a dray. 

trahicium : — a trace. 

trainellum : — a shoehorn. 

trama : — a path {trames). 



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tramaricia : — a boundary ; a 
landmark, 

trameUum : — a trammel, a net 
used for catching birds. 

tramerium : — a travers, the shed 
in a smithy where horses 
are shod. 

tramesio. See tremesium. 

tranetarius : - a tranter, a car- 
rier. 

transeptum : — a transept. 

transeuntes : — passant (heraldic). 

transfretare : — to cross a strait. 

trans ffressio : — trespass. 

transitus : — noon ; death ; a 
judge's iter. 

transnavare : — to cross the sea. 

transvadare : — to wade across. 

trappa : — a trap ; a trapdoor. 

trassa : — a dungeon ; a fetter. 

trassans cant's : — a sleuth-hound. 

trassare : — to follow. 

trava : — a thrave of corn, 24 or 
12 sheaves. 

travatura : — beams. 

traversia : —a traverse. 

traversum : — a ferry. 

traxus : — a trace. 

treacha : — treacle. 

trebuchettum : — a catapult ; a 
trebuchet, for casting 
stones ; a cucking stool. 

trebuculus : — a catapult. 

trefa : — meat refused by Jews. 

treffa : — a truce. 

treinyum : — a riding. 



tremagium : — the season for sow- 
ing summer corn ; spring ; 
spring com. 

tremellum : — a granary. 

tremesium : — corn cut after three 
months' growth. 

tremiscum. See tremagium. 

tremulum : — a granary. 

trencatum : — a ditch ; a trench. 

trenchea, trencheia : — the right of 
cutting wood ; a trench. 

trencheator : — a carver. 

trenchura : — a slice. 

trenga : — a dray ; a sledge. 

trentale : — an office of 30 masses 
said for the dead. 

treparium : — a trivet. 

trepha. See trefa. 

tresancia: — a passage; a cloister; 

part of the cloister reserved 

for reading. 
trescentia : — rent or tax from 

land. 
tresentia. See tresancia. 

tressorium : — a tress of hair ; also 
some article of dress. 

trestella, trestellus : — a trestle. 

trestomare : — to turn aside. 

trethinga. See tridingum. 

treugoy treuia : — a truce ; tribute. 

trialitas : — a bull of " trial}i:e," 
allowing a clerk to hold 
three benefices. 

triallum : — trial. 

trialogtis: — a conversation be- 
tween three persons ; the 
title of a book by John 
Wycliffe. 

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triatio : — trial. 

triator : — a trier ; a witness. 

tribrica : — braces. 

tribuculus : — a catapult; a tre- 
buchet. 

tribulagium. : — tribulage, a cus- 
tom payable to the Crown 
on tin in Cornwall. 

tricar e: — to hinder; to complain. 

tricatura : — twisted work (used 
of chain armour). 

tricennale, tricennare : — a trental. 

tricesima: — a trental, "month's 

mind." 
triculator : — a treasurer. 
tridens : — a harrow. 

tridingum, tridlingum : — a tri- 
thing, or riding, the third 
part of a shire. 

triforiatus : — having a triforium. 

triforium : — a thoroughfare ; a 
gallery or arcade over the 
arches of the nave of a 
church. 

trigeldum : — a triple fine. 

trigintale : — a trental, a month's 

mind. 
trillabus : — a birdbolt. 
trimagium. See tremagium. 

trimestrium : — a quarter of a 
year, three months. 

trinoda necessitas : — the threefold 
tax, for repairing bridges, 
maintaining castles, and re- 
pelling invasion. 

triparium : — a three-legged stool; 

a trivet. 
triplarius : — triple. 

tripodium : — a length of three 
feet. 



trirodn : — three rods or perches. 
trisancia. See tresancia. 
trisilis : — a three-legged stool. 

trista : — a place where hounds 
are posted during a deer 
drive ; the service of placing 
or holding them there. See 
Manwood, Part I., p. 86. 

tristega, tristegum : — a house of 
three stories ; an engine 
used in sieges, consisting 
of a tower in three stories. 

tristellum : — a trestle. 

tristra. See trista. 

tritennale : — a trental. 

trithinga : — a riding, a third of a 
county. 

triturare : — to thresh. 

Trium Regum dies : — Twelfth 
day. 

triumvir : — a constable of three 
hundreds. 

trivium :-=-the study of grammar, 
logic, and rhetoric. 

trochus : — a cluster, a band, esp. 

of precious stones. 
trocus : — a top. 
trogga: — a trough; a measure 

of corn {Welsh). 
trogulus : — a cowl. 
troillium : — an oil or wine press. 
trona, tronum : — the Tron, a 

beam for weighing. 
tronagium : — toll for weighing 

wool and other goods. 
tronare : — to weigh at the Tron. 
tronator : — the officer who weighs 

wool. 



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tropanum, troperiiim : — a book 
containing tropi, verses sung 
at certain festivals before 
the Introit. 

trua : — a sow. 

trubechettum. See trebuehettum. 

trubla : — a sieve. 

trublagium. See tribulagium. 

trublechettum. See trebuehettum. 

trubuculus : — a catapult. 

trubula : — a sieve. 

trufare : — to deceive. 

tru/atorius : — trifling. 

truffa : — trifles. 

truffa ; — a measure of corn. 

truia : — a sow. 

truncagium : — a paymentto Bam- 
borough Castle by the town- 
ships near. 

trunculum : — a bench. 

truncus : — a money-box ; the pil- 
lory ; a candle end. 
trunso : — a truncheon. 
trusellum : — a bale. 
trussa : — a truss. 
trussare : — to truss. 
trussellum : — a bale. 
trussula, irussitm : — a truss. 
triitannicus : — worthless, false. 

trutannus, trutnnus : — truant, 

vagrant. 
trutfa, trittus : — a trout {salmo 

fario and salmo trutta). 
tryinkus : — a net used in the 

Thames. 
tuallium, tuellium : — a towel. 

tuare, tuisare : — to address in the 
singular. (Fr. tutoger.) 

tuitorius : — seeking protection. 



tumberalis pena : — the punish- 
ment of the tumbrel. 

tumberellus : — some military 
engine. 

tumbrellum : — a tumbrel, a click- 
ing stool. 

tumpilloralis pena : — the pillory. 

tunellum : — a tun or ton. 

tunicella, funiculus : — a short 
tunic. 

tunnagtum : — tonnage. 

turba : — turf. 

turbagium : — the right of digging 
turf. 

turbare : — to turf. 

fttrJarm :— the right of digging 
turf ; a place where turf is 
dug. 

turbarius : — kerne. 

turbido : — a tempest. 

turbo : — a turbot {Rhombus 
maximus). 

turcasia : — a quiver. 

turcoplerius, turcopoliarius : — a 
TurcopoHer, an officer in the 
Order of the Knights of St. 
John of Jerusalem, origin- 
ally the commander of the 
Turcopuli, light cavalry. 

turella, turellus : — a turret. 

turetti : — tirrets. 

turgiolum : — a boss. 

turkesius:— Turkish.; a turquoise. 

turnarius : — a turner. 

turnatus pons : — a swingbridge. 

turneamentum : — a tournament. 

tumeare : — to joust, to hold a 
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lurneicius pons : — a swingbridge. 

turniamentum : — a tournament. 

turniare : — to joust. 

turnum, turnus : — a turn ; the 
king's leet through acounty ; 
a winch, as on a crossbow. 

turqueizare : — to favoujr the Turk. 

turratus : — having towers. 

turrella. See turrellus. 

turrellare : — to build turrets. 

turrellus : — a turret, a tourel, a 

small tower. 
turtarius : — a baker of tourte, 

i.e., coarse brown bread. 

turtra: — trout {salmo fario). 
turtus : — tourte bread. 
tussimulus : — a door knocker. 
tutibarum : — a tumbrel. 
twigeldum : — a double fine. 
tymhrium. See fimbria. 

tyna : — a tub ; part of Grloucester 

town. 
typarium : — a seal bearing the 

image of its owner. 

tyro. See tiro. 

U. 

ulcus : — a hull. 

uliare : — to remedy a default. 

uligo : — a marsh. 

ulmetum : — an elm grove. 

ulna : — an ell. 

ulnayium : — alnage, duty on 
cloth. 

ulnator, uhiiger : — an alnager, 
examiner of cloth and col- 
lector of alnage. 



ulnus : — for ulmus. 

ulphus : — hassock, coarse g^ass. 

ultragium : — outrage. 

umbra: — an umbrer or umber, 
part of a bacinett, which 
protected the face ; a gray- 
ling {salmo thymallus) ; pre- 
cincts, outskirts. 

umbraculum. See umbra. 

umbraria, umbreria : — some 
office in Bordeaux, perhaps 
prefect of the umbra or 
suburb. 

umpirator : — an umpire. 

unare : — to bring together, to 

collect. 
uncia : — an ounce ; an inch ; a 

measure of land, perhaps 12 

modii. 
uncialiter : — in capital letters. 
unciata. See uncia. 

uncina sagitta : — "a swalowe 
tayle or a brode arrowe," 
i.e., barbed. 

unire: — to unite. 

unitio : — union. 

uplanda : — upland. 

ura : — ore. 

urigenator : — a furbisher {erugi- 
nator). 

urla : — a border ; an orle. 

ursarius: — a bear ward ; a bear- 
dog. 

usagium : — usage. 

usia : — being. 

ustilamentum : — a loom. 

usuagium : — usage. 

utensilium : — a loom. 

uterennium : — a space of two 
years. 



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uthesium : — hue and cry. 

uthlega, &c. See utlaga, &c. 

Hthundredum : — the outlying 
parts of a hundred. 

utinatio : — regret. 

iitlaga : — an outlaw. 

utlagare : — to outlaw. 

utlagarta, utlagatio : — outlawry. 

utlagius : — an outlaw. 

utterare: — to distribute, to utter. 

uxorare : — to give in marriage. 

uxoratus : — married. 

uxoritim : — a fine for not marry- 
ing. 



racanus : — vacant ; void. 

vacare : — to be void. 

vacaria : — waste ground. 

vacatura : — a church benefice 
not yet vacant; provision 
thereto ; the next avoidance 
of a benefice. 

vaccaria : — a cow-house or 
pasture. 

vaccarius : — a cowherd. 

vaccasterium : — a cowhouse ; a 
dairy farm. 

vacuare : — ^to frustrate. 

vadiare : — to pledge oneself ; to 
give security for ; to wage. 

vadiare legem : — to wage his law. 

vadimonizare : — to pawn. 

vadium: — surety; wage; custom. 

vafra : — a wafer. 

M. 



vagium : — security. 

valatorium, valatrum : — a chum. 

valectus. See valettus. 

valentia : — value. 

valesium : — a travelling bag. 

valettus : — a groom ; a yeoman ; 
a journeyman. 

valibilis : — valuable. 

valisona anguillarum : — eel- 
bucks (?). 
valitor :— an assistant ; an ally. 
vallate : — to wall up. 

valor : — strength ; courage ; 
value, 

valvassor : — a vassal. See vavas- 

sor. 
vana : — a weathercock. 
vanga : — a shovel ; a spade. 
vannatarius : — a winnower. 

vanniis : — a vane ; a winno wing- 
fan. 

vantarius : — a footman who runs 
before his master. 

vapulatio : — beating, cleaning ; 
perhaps also " whipping," 
binding with string. 

varancia : — madder. 

varectare. See warectare. 

varium : — vair, an expensive fur, 
perhaps ermine. 

varrare : — to value. 

vasa : — a ship. 

vasarius : — a keeper of crockery. 

vascella : — some sort of ship, 
perhaps an error for nascella. 

vaslettus. See valettus. 

vassalagium : — the condition of a 
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vassallus : — a vassal, a feudal 

tenant. 
vasseleria : — a vassal's tenure. 
vassella : — plate. 
vastare : — to waste. 

vastellarium : — a bakehouse 
where wastel bread was 
baked. 

vastellum : — a shade ; an arbour. 
See wastellus. 

vastina :^waste land. 

vastum : — waste. 

vatila : — a scoop. 

vavassaria. See vavassoria. 

vavassor : — a vassal, next in dig- 
nity to a baron ; a free 
tenant of a tenant in chief 

vavassoria : — land held by a 
vavassor. 

vealirarius, veautrarius. See 
veltrarius. 

vehagium : — payment for car- 
riage. 

vehia : — a load. 

vehitura : — carriage. 

veicium : — a conduit or pipe (?). 

veirium : — error for veicium. 

velare : — to sail. 

velle : — will (subst.). 

veltraria : — the office of slipper 
when coursing. 

veltrarius : — a lyrae-hound ; a 

man who leads hounds, a 

slipper. 
veltrea : — a leash. 
veluellum, veluettum, velutum: — 

velvet. 
venaria : — beasts and birds of 

chase. 



venatio : — venison ; the right of 

hunting. 
venda : — paj^ment to lord for 

licence to sell ; toll of goods 

for sale. 
venea : — a vineyard. 
venella :— a lane. 
Veneris dies : — Friday. 
venia curta : — a slight bow. 
venia longa : — a low bow. 
ventare, ventilare : — to winnow ; 

to air. 
venticius : — wind (adj.). 
ventilogium : — a vane. 
ventosa : — a cupping glass. 
ventosare :— to bleed by cupping. 
ventriceum, ventriticum molendi- 

mim : — a windmill. 
veragium : — verage, the right of 

the Marshal of England to 

all pied cattle taken in war. 
verbale : — a dictionary. 
vereda : — a carter. 
veredarius : — a courier ; a thill 

horse. 
veredictum : — a verdict. 
veredis : — a ferret. 
veredum : — a thill, the draught 

tree of a cart. 
veredus : — a thill horse. 
vergenta : — a measure used for 

spices. 

verina : — a pane of glass. 

vermiculus : — vermilion. 

vermina : — vermin. 

vernacio : — varnishing. 

vernare : — to varnish. 

vernellum : — varnish. 

vero : — a minnow {leuciscus 

phoxinus). 
veronica : — a vernacle. 
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verrina : — a pane of glass. 

versatilis pons : — a swingbridge. 

versator : — a turnspit. 

versor : — a turner. 

versutius : — " fersouthe." 

vertagus : — a tumbler dog. 

vertebra : — a hinge. 

vertehrum : — a reel. 

vertevella, vertinella : — a hook ; 
a hinge ; shears. 

vertitor : — a turner. 

verttgirus : — a turnspit. 

veruversorium: — a roasting jack. 

vervella : — vervels, gold or silver 
rings on a hawk's jesses. 

vesca : — vetch. 

vesper a : — vespers, between the 
9th hour of the day and 
night. 

vesperus : — evensong. 

vespilio : — a nocturnal robber. 

vesselamenta : — plate. 

vesta : — crop. 

vestiarium : — a wardrobe ; a 

vestry. 

vestibuliim : — a vestry. 

vestigabilis cams : — a sleuth 

hound. 
vestiplicium : — a clothes press. 
vestire : — to invest. 
vestitura. See vestura. 
vestitus : — a fee or benefice with 

which the holder is invested. 
vestura : — crop ; possession. 
vettrarius. See celtrarius. 
vetuxuale : — toll (for vectigal ?). 
veua, veuta : — a view. 
veutrarius. See veltrarius. 



vexillator : — a standardbearer. 

vexillifer : — a standardbearer. 

vexus : — a pack, a bundle. 

viagium : — a voyage. 

vians : — a traveller. 

vibrella : — a cannon. 

vibrellator : — a gunner. 

vicaria : — a vicarage. 

vicariatus : — the office of a vicar. 

vicarius : — a vicar. 

vicecancellarius : — a vice-chan- 
cellor. 

vicecomes: — a viscount ; a sheriff. 

vicecomitilia : — vicontiels, rents 
farmed by a sheriff. 

vicedominiis : — a vidame, a 
bishop's deputy in temporal 
matters. 

vicenarius. See vintarius. 

viceplebanus : — a deputy to a 
parish priest. 

vicinetum, vicinia : — neighbour- 
hood ; venue. 

victinella : — a bolt (from vectis). 

victualarius : — a victualler. 

vicus : — a street. 

viduatus : — widowed. 

vidula : — a fiddle. 

vidulator :— a fiddler. 

viella :— a viol. 

viellator : — a player on the viol. 

vigeria : — the jurisdiction of a 
vicar. 

vigerius: — a vicar. 

vigilarius : — a monk who woke 
the others. 

vigilia : — the eve of or day before 
a feast. 

vigilia : — matins or vigUa. 

villa : — a vill or village ; a town. 
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villanagium : — the tenure of a 
villein, villenage. 

villanus : — a villein, a bondman. 

villare : — a list of villee. 

villata : — a township, a village. 

villaticus : — a peasant. 

villatus pannus : — frieze. 

villenagium : — the tenure of a 
villein. 

villicanus, villicus : — a steward, 
a reeve. 

villificare : — to build ; to wall in. 

villosa : — velvet. 

vilnetum. See vicinetum. 

vina : — a fin. 

vinagium : — rent paid in wine. 

vinaria : — a vintry. 

vinegrum : — vinegar. 

vinetria : — a vintry. 

vinitaritis : — a vintner ; the cus- 
todian of the wine in a 
convent. 

vinitor : — a vintner. 

vinna : — a drag-net. 

vmtarius, vintenarius : — a vint- 
ner ; a commander of twenty 
soldiers. 

virbius : — twice married. 

virga : — a yard ; a wand ; the 
verge, the compass of the 
king's court. 

virgarium : — an osier bed. 

virgarius. See virgatarius. 

virgastrum : — an osier bed. 

virgata : — a yard-land, or verge, 
a quarter of a hide, varying 
from 12 to 40 acres ; the 
verge. 



virgatarius :— originally a holder 
of a virgate or yard-land, 
but used for all smallholders 
of land. 

vir gator : — a verger. 

virgeus : — striped, brindled. 

virgiferens : — a verger. 

virgultarius : — an orcharder. 

viridaricB dies : — days for sur- 
veying the viridaria in a 
forest. 

viridarium : — a clearing in a 
forest ; a garden. 

viridarius : — a verderer, a forest 
officer ; a hayward. 

viride : — vert or greenhue, trees, 
&c. in a forest ; the right to 
cut green wood. 

viridere : — to scour a river or 
ditch. 

viridis : — sometimes used for 
varium, vair. 

viridium, virijictim : — varnish. 
viro : — a boatman. 
visitor : — a vejour. 

visnetum. See vicinetum. 
visor : — an inspector. 
vispilio : — a nocturnal robber. 
vista : — an interview. 
visus : — a view. 
vitellarius : — a victualler. 
vitellium : — caudle. 
vitillarius : — a victualler. 
vitreare, vitriare : — to glaze. 
vitriatio : — glazing. 
vitriatus : — glazed. 
vitulatnen : — a^^graft. 
vitulare : — to calve. 
vitulinium : — vellum. 



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vivarium: — a park; a fishpond. 
0. E. vever. 

viverra : — a ferret. 

vobisare : — to address in the 
plural. 

vola : — the hollow of the hand ; 
a handful. 

volatus : — falconry. 

volsura : — vaulting. 

volta : — a vault. 

volticium : — an arch. 

volupare : — to roll up {volutare). 

volutus : — a vault. 

vosare : — to address in the 
plural. 

vota : — a drain ; a vault. 

vouta : — a vault. 

vulgariter : — in English. 

vulpericia canis : — a foxhound. 

W. 

waccaria : — a cowhouse or cow- 
pasture. 
waccarius : — a cowherd. 
toacta : — watch. 
wactare : — ^to watch. 
wadda : — woad. 
tcadium. See vadium, 
waerum : — a weir. 
wajra : — wafer bread. 
xcaftor : — a pilot. 

xcaga : — a wey or weigh : of 
wool 256 lbs. or 2 sacks ; of 
cheese 1«8, 256, or 300 lbs. ; 
of barley or malt 6 qrs., temp. 
Edw. I. ; of salt 25 qrs. ; of 
tallow 168 lbs.; a waif; 
whey. 



wagesium : — ooze, sea-gpround. 

wag ha. See waga. 

UHtia. See tcaga. 

waida : — woad. 

wainabilis : — passable by wag- 
gons ; tilled. 

wainagium : — a stock of wagons, 
team, &c. ; wainage ; cart- 
age. 

tcainare : — to till ; to get a profit 
out of. 

waineria : — farm implements (?). 

toaisda : — woad. 

waivare : — to forsake ; to outlaw 

(a woman). 
waiviamenium, tcaiviaria : — a 

waiver, waiviary ; refusal. 

waiviare : — to waive, to aban- 
don. 

toaivitim : — a waif. 

waivius : — wandering. 

walda, waldia: — a forest ; weald, 
wold. 

walecheria : — Welshry. 

toaliscus : — a Welshman ; a ser- 
vant. 

toalla : — a wall. 

usallare : — to wall ; to fortify. 

toallia : — a wall. 

toallum : — a wall. 

wallura : — walling. 

wambasarius : — a maker of gam- 
besons. 

tcambasium. See gambeso. 

wannagium. See toainagium. 

wannus. See vannus. 

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wapentacium, wapentachium, toa- 
pentacum, wapentagium : — a 
wapentake, a division of a 
county similar to a hun- 
dred, used in the north ; 
suit of court and other 
duties incumbent on the in- 
habitants. 

wara : — a measure of land, a 
gore (?) ; a weir. 

warantia, Sfc. See warrantia, ^c. 

warda : — a ward of a city ; cus- 
tody ; wardship ; ward- 
penny. 

warda eastri : — castleguard. 

wardagium : — contribution for 
the custody of a castle, 
wardpenny. 

wardemotus : — a wardmote, a 
court held in London. 

warder oba : — a wardrobe. 

warecta : — ^fallow land. 

warectabilis : — fallow. 

warectare: — to plough land in- 
tended for wheat in the 
spring and let it lie fallow. 

warectus : — fallow. 

warengfB : — the ribs of a ship 
(Fr. varangue). 

warenna : — a warren. 

warennarius : — a warren er. 

warentiza : — warranty. 

waretare. See warectare. 

waretta, Sfc. See warecta, &c. 

warfus : — a wharf. 

wargus : — ^a banished rogue. 

warnamentum : — a garment. 

warnestura. See warnistura. 

warnetum: — warnoth, a rent at 
Dover doubled if not paid. 



warniso, warnisona : — protection; 
a garrison. 

warnistura : — garrison ; pro- 
visions. 

warpenna : — wardpenny. 

warrantia : — warranty. 

warrantisio : — warranty. 

zvarrantizare : — to warrant. 

warrantizatio : — warranty. 

warrantum : — a warrant. 

warrecta, Sfc. See warecta. 

warrenna. See warenna. 

warrentiza : — warranty. 

wasshum v — a shallow arm of the 
sea ; the Wash. 

wastellus : — wastelbread, the se- 
cond sort of white bread, 
next in quality to simnel. 

wastum : — waste. 

watergagium : — a watergage, a 
bank to keep off water; a 
watergauge, an instrument 
to measure water ; a water- 
course. 

waterganga: — a watercourse ; an 
aqueduct. 

water gangius : — a trench to carry 
off water ; an aqueduct. 

waterscopium. See watergan- 

gius. 
watillum : — a wattle. 
watlura : — wattling. 
waulura : — fencing. 
wavium, Sfc. See waivium, &c. 
waynabilis. See ivainabilis. 
waynagium. See wainagium. 
wayura : — a channel. 

wayvium, wavium, &c. See 
waivium, dc. 



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wdewardus : — a woodward. 

wdiarius : — a woodman. 

toegga. See waga. 

tveidia : — woad. 

wela : — a bownet to take fifih in ; 
a weir pool. 

welcomare : — to welcome. 

u-elkus : — a whelk. 

tvelluetum : — velvet. 

wendus : — a circuit of ground. 

wera : — wergild, the fine paid for 
killing a man ; a weir. 

werccum : — wreck. 

werelada : — purgation of homi- 
cide by oath. 

wergildus : — wergild, fine for 
homicide. 

tcerra : — war. 

wesda : — woad. 

wesdarius : — a dealer in woad. 

wexare : — to mend, to repair. 

weyfa maris : — waif of the sea. 

wharf a : — a wharf. 

wharfagium : — wharfage. 

wharva : — a wharf. 

wharvagium : — wharfage. 

tohassum. See wasshum. 

whilauwarius : — a white-tawer, a 
tanner of white leather ; a 
collar maker. 

wica : — a country house, a farm. 

wicarius, wikarius : — the keeper 
of a wica. 

tcikettum : — a wicket. 

ivindare : — to hoist. 

toindarium : — hoisting. 



winpla : — a wimple. 

wiscare : — to mend, to repair. 

taisda : — woad. 

wista : — a measure of land, a 
quarter of a hide. 

laiia : — a fine ; an amerciament. 

toithernamium : — carrying off a 
distress, so that the sheriff 
cannot deliver it when re- 
plevied. 

wittescalchus : — an officer who 
collects fines imposed by 
judges, a bailifE. 

wixare : — to mend, to repair. 

wodegeldum : — a tax paid on 
woods. 

wodewardia : — the office of wood- 
ward. 

wodeicardus : — a woodward, a 
forest officer. 

wodiarius : — a woodman. 

toreccatum : — wrecked. 

wreccum : — wreck. 

ivrectum : — wreck. 

ivrekum : — wreck. 

icudewardus : — a woodward. 

ivullire : — to boil (bullire). 

wulperetius, iculperieius cams : — 
a foshoimd. 

toyka. See wica. 

wykettum: — a wicket. 

wympla : — a wimple. 

wyndare : — to hoist. 

wyta. See icita. 



xenium : — a present. See 
exennium. 

xertodochium: — aninn; ahospital; 
a convent. 



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xylopola : — a dealer in wood. 

xysticus : — a champion ; a wrest- 
ler. 



yarda : — a yard. 

yconia : — an image. 

yconomus : — a guardian. 

yda. See hida. 

ydolotrare : — to worship images. 

ydor : — a water jar. 

yems : — used for hiems, winter. 

yepso: — "a little ipson," in 
Somerset, is a double hand- 
ful, from A. S. yespeon, 
clasped. 



ympnare : — a hymnal. 
yvernagium. See hibernagium. 



Z. 

zahulum :- — gravel, sand. 
zabulus : — the devil {diabolus). 
zeta : — a dining room ; a chamber. 
zibeHus : — sable fur. 
zigarus : — a g^psy. 
zinziber, zinzuber : — ginger. 

zourus : — a sore, a four-year old 

buck. 
zucara : — sugar. 

zucheus, zuschia : — the dead 

trunk of a tree ; a stub. 
zygostata : — a clerk of a market. 
zythum : — a drink made of corn. 



A LIST OF THE LATIN NAMES OF PLACES 
IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.* 



Aballaba, Aballiaha : — Appleby, 
Westmoreland ; Watchcross, 
or Papcastle, Cumberland. 

Abbundonia, Abba7idunum : — 
Abingdon, Berks. 

Abbas (Bstuarium : — Eiver Hum- 
ber, Yorks. 

Abbendonia : — Abingdon. 

Abbotesbiria : — Abbotsbury, 
Dorset. 

Abbus : — Humber. 

Abedesberia : — Abbotsbury, Dor- 
set. 

Abenduna : — Abingdon, Berks. 

Aberconuuium : — Aberconway ; 
also the Eiver Conway. See 
Conouium. 

Aberdeiu, A be r dona, Aber- 
donia : — Aberdeen, Scot- 
land. 

Aberdora, Aberdura: — Aberdore, 
and Aberdour, Scotland. 

Abergennium : — Abergavenny, 
Monmouthshire. 

Aberistyuium : — Aberystwith, 
Cardiganshire. 



Aberneethum : — Abemethy, Scot- 
land. 

Aberuanus, Aberruaniis. See 
Abrauannus. 

Abindonia : — Abingdon. 

Ablatum Bulgiuvi : — Cardun- 
nock, or Bowness, Cumber- 
land; or Middleby, Dumfries. 

Abomina : — Bodmin (?), Corn- 
wall. 

Abona Flu. : — River Avon, 
Hants. 

Abone, Aboni's : — Sea Mills, on 
the Avon ; Alvington-on- 
the-Sevem, Abstone, or 
Aunsbury, Gloucestershire. 

Aboya : — Athboy, Meath, Ire- 
land. 

Abrauannus, Abrauanus Flu. : — 
The estuary at Eavenglass, 
Cumberland ; or Glenluce 
Bay, WigtowTishire. 

Abreconium : — Abercom, Lin- 
lithgow. 

Abredea : — Eiver Dee, Aberdeen. 

Abredesega Insula : — Bardesey 
Island, Carnarvonshire. 

Abrenethceum : — Abemethy, 
Scotland. 



* To the names of Roman Stations, upon the position of which there is 
a difference of opinion, several of the localities suggested have been 
appended, as their inclusion in this list is not for the purpose of giving 
infoi-mation about Eoman Britain, but to give the meaning of the names 
when used in later times. It has not been thought necessary always to 
insert Latin names where they are merely the common English names 
with a Latin termination. When no county is added to the English 
name, the reason usually is that there are more than one place of the 
same name. 



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Abretaum : — Swansea, Glamor- 
ganshire. 

Abreuicum : — Berwick-upon- 
Tweed. 

Ahrinca : — Abernethy. 

Abundena : — Abingdon. 

Abiis cestuarium : — Humber. 

Acantium promontorium : — 
North Foreland. 

Acastra : — Acaster, Yorks. 

Accara : — Castle Acre, Norfolk. 

Acemanni Civitas : — Bath. 

Achacla : — Achonry, Sligo. 

Achadia : — Aghadoe, Kerry, 
Ireland. 

Achnthkonrensis, Achathronen- 
sis : — Of Achonry, Ireland. 

Achelandia : — Bishop's Auck- 
land, Durham. 

Achilla : — Achill Isles, Con- 
naught, Ireland. 

Achinctona : — Ripe, Sussex. 

Aclea : — Oakley, or Ocley, 
Surrey ; AycUfle or Auck- 
land, Durham. 

AcmodcB InsulcB : — Seven Is- 
lands, mentioned by Pom- 
poni us Mela and Pliny. The 
name is used both for the 
Scilly and the Shetland 
Islands. 

Acra : — Acre, Norfolk. 

Ad Ansam : — Ithanceaster, Wit- 
ham Barklow, Tolshunt 
Knights, or Halstead, Es- 
sex ; Wratting or Stratford 
St. Mary, Suffolk. 

Ad Candidam Casam: — Catwade 
Bridge near Brantham, 
Suffolk. 

Adcouecin. See Comber etonium. 

Adelingia, Adelona : — Athelney, 
Somerset. 



Ad-Lapidem : — Stoneham, 
Hampshire. 

Ad-Latus Bouium : — Boverton, 
Glamorganshire. See Bo- 
nium. 

Ad- Murum : — Walbottle, or 
Walton, Northumberland. 

Ad-Pontem : — Paunton, Line. ; 
Southwell or Farndon, 
Notts, or Zouch Bridge, 
over the Trent. 



Dubris : — Dover, 



Ad-Portum 

Kent. 

Ad-Portum Lemanis : — Lympne, 
Kent. 

Ad-Portum Rutupas. See Hutu- 
pee. 

Adron Flu. : — River Adder, Ber- 
wickshire, or River Wear, 
Durham. See Ouedra. 

Adros : — Bardsey Island, Caer- 
narvonshire ; or Lambay, 
Dublin. 

Adtanatos Insula : — Isle of 
Thanet. 

Ad- Taum : — Tasburgh, Norfolk, 
or Norwich. 

Ad- Tisam : — Piersbridge, Dur- 
ham. 

Adtropam : — Thrup, Abingdon. 

Adurni Portus : — Porchester, 
Hants ; Aldrington, or Old 
Shoreham, Sussex. 

^bud(B : — Hebrides, West of 
Scotland. 

u^duljiberga 
Bucks. 



Ellesborough, 



yiigelesbyri, ^glesburgus : — 
Aylesbur}', Bucks. 

JEiglea : — Hey Mead, neai 
Melksham, Wilts. 



Latin Names of Places. 



347 



^ilecuriana : — ^Vale of Ayles- 
bury, Bucks. 

Aelfete: — Adlingfleet, Yorks. 

Aeljinensis : — Of Elphin, Ire- 
land. 

Aelfonensis : — Of Elphin, Ire- 
land. 

JElia :— Ely. See Elia. 

JBlia Castra : — Alcester, War- 
wickshire. 

jEliani Porta : — A town near 
Hadrian's Wall. 

Aemonia : — Inchcolme, in the 
River Forth. 

Aera : — Eiver Ayr, Scotland. 

^sycha, ^sica : — Netherby, 
Cumberland; Great Ches- 
ters, Northumberland. 

JEtona, ^tonia: — Eton, Bucks. 

Afena : — Littleborough, Notts. 

Afena Flu. : — Eiver Avon. 

Agamerium : — Aghamore, co. 
Mayo, Ireland. 

Agelocum : — Littleborough, 
Notts. 

Agmundishamum : — Agmundis- 
ham or Amersham, Bucks. 

Agneda : — Edinburgh. 

Ailenetona : — ^Aylton, Hereford- 
shire. 
Ailesberia : — Aylesbury, Bucks. 

Ailesmera : — Ellesmere, Shrop- 
shire. 

Aiscaranus : — Of Aysgarth, 
Yorks. 

Aissoura : — Ashover (?). 

Aiicella : — Ewell, Surrey. 

Aka : — Eock, Worcestershire. 

Akelea : — Ockley, Surrey. 



Akemancester : — Bath. 

Ala Campi: — Wingfield; Wink- 
field. 

Alachda : — Killalla, bishopric in 
Connaught. 

Alaenus Flu. : — Eiver Axe, 
Devon ; E. Stour, Dorset ; 
E. Alne, Warwickshire. 

Alana: — Alloway, AjTshire. 

Alannius : — Eiver Avon, Wilts. 

Alata Castra, Alatum Castrum : — 
Tain, Eoss ; Edinburgh ; or 
Burghead, Moray. 

Alauna Civitas : — ^Alnwick, Nor- 
thumberland ; Alcester, 
Warwickshire ; Allchester, 
Oxon ; Camelon, Stirling ; 
a place near Poole, Dorset. 

Alauna Flu. : — Eiver Stour, Dor- 
set; Alne, Northumberland. 

Alauna Silua : — Borders of 
Hampshire and Dorset, or 
perhaps Stourhead, Dorset. 

Alauni Jluuii ostia : — Alnmouth; 
Tweedmouth. 

Alaunicastrum : — Alcester, War- 
wickshire. 

Alaunicus Pons : — Maidenhead, 

Berks. 
Alaunicus Portus : — M i 1 f o r d 

Haven, Pembrokeshire. 

Alauniuadum : — Aylesford, 
Kent. 

Alaunodunum : — Maidenhead. 

Alaunouicus : — Alnwick, North- 
umberland. See Alauna. 

Alaunus : — Maidenhead. 

Alaunus Flu. : — E. Alne or E. 
Tweed, Northimiberland. 

Alba Domus : — Whiteland, Caer- 
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Albalanda : — Whiteland, or Ty 
Gwyn ar Taf, Caermarthen- 
shire ; Blanchland, North- 
umberland. 

Alba Lundy : — Blanchland, Nor- 
thumberland. 

Albana : — Scotland. 

Albania : — Scotland, or Britain 
north of Humber. 

Albi Equi Mons : — White Horse 
Hill, Berks. 

Albinunno Civitas: — Caer Nonou 
or WhitewaUs, Monmouth- 
shire. 

Albion : — Britain. 

Album Castrum : — Whitchester, 
Northumberland ; Oswestry, 
Shropshire. 

Album Monasterium : — Whit- 
church, the seat of the 
Stranges ; Oswestry, Shrop- 
shire, of the FitzAlans. 

Alcheseia : — Alchester, Dorset. 

Alcluith : — Dunbritton, on the 
Clyde. 

Alcmundeberia :— Almondbury, 
Yorks. 

Aldeburia : — Oldbury or Wold- 
bury, Warwickshire. 

Aldedelega : — Audley, Stafford- 
shire. 

Aldithelega : — Audley, Stafford- 
shire. 

Aldud: — Dumbarton. 

Alec ana : — Ilkley, Yorkshire. 

Alectum : — Dundee. 

Alencestria : — Aleester, War- 
wickshire. 

Alenus Flu. See Alaenus. 
Alexodunum. See Axelodunum. 



Alincestria : — Aleester, War- 
wickshire. 

Alicinca : — Ilkley (?). See Oli- 
cana and Alecana. 

Aliennia : — Athelney, Somerset. 

Alione, Alionis : — Whitley 
Castle, Northumberland ; 
Ambleside, Westmoreland ; 
Kirkbride or Allonby, Cum- 
berland. 

Alitacenon Civitas: — Elgin, Scot- 
land. 

Alkesia : — -Halsway, Somerset. 

AUeetum : — Dundee. 

Alna : — Alne, Yorks ; River 
Alne, Northumberland. 

Alnetum :— Llangermw(?) on the 
Elwey, Denbighshire ; Dod- 
nash Priory, Suffolk. 

Alneuicum : — Alnwick, Northum- 
berland. 

Alone : — Bowness, Cumberland ; 
Whitley Castle, Northum- 
berland ; Ambleside, West- 
moreland. 

Alone Flu. : — Eiver Alne, North- 
umberland. 

Alongium, Alouergium Civitas : — 
Carnbrea, Cornwall. 

Alpes Peneni Mantes : — Pen die 
Hill, Lancashire. 

Aire : — Aller, near Bridgwater, 

Somerset. 
Alrene : — Alderney. 
Alta Clera : — Highclere, Hants. 

Alta Prisa : — Haltempriee or 
Howdenprice, Yorks. 

Altum Peccum : — The Peak, 
Derbyshire. 

Aluerodunum Brigantum : — 
North Allerton, Yorks. 



Latin Names of Places. 



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Aluertonia : — North Allerton, 
Yorks. 

Aluestana : — Olveston, Glouces- 
tershire. 

Aluion. See Albion. 

Alunna : — Castleshaw, Yorks. 

Alunus : — Eiver Alan, "Wales. 

Ambegianna. See Amboglanna. 

Ambesbiria : — Amesbury, Wilts. 

Amboglanna : — Ambleside, 

Westmoreland ; Burdos- 
wald, Cumberland. 

Ambresbiria: — Am esbiuy. Wilts. 

Ambreslega : — Ombersley, Wor- 
cestershire. 

Ambrosia, Ambrosii Btirgus, 
Ambrosii Mons : — Ames- 
bury, Wilts. 

Ammera : — Anmere, Norfolk. 

Anachoreticus Vicus : — Anker- 
wick, Bucks. 

Anandia Vallis : — Annandale, 
Scotland. 

Ancalites : — A tribe near Hen- 
ley, Oxfordshire. 

Anchoreticus Sinus :- -Anker- 
wick, Bucks. 

Anderelio. See Anderida. 

Anderida : — Newenden, Kent ; 
Pevensey, Eastbourne, or 
Arundel, Sussex. 

Andeuera, Andouera: — Andover, 

Hants. 
Andium. See Adros. 

Andreapolis : — St. Andrew's,^ 

Scotland. See Fanum 

Reguli. 
Andresega : — An old monastery 

on the site of Burton Abbey, 

Staffordshire. 



Andrium, Andros : — Bardsey 
Island, Caernarvonshire. 
See Adros. 

Anecastrum : — Ancaster, Lin- 
colnshire. 

Anegus : — Angus, Scotland. 

Angelocum : — Ancaster. Lincoln- 
shire. 

Anglesega : — Anglesey. 

Anglia : — England. 

Angra, Angria : — Ongar, Essex. 

Anguillaria Insula : — Isle of 
Ely. 

Anguillarianus : — Of Ely. 

Angulia : — Elintshire. 

Angusia : — Angus, Scotland. 

Anicetis Civitas : — In Dorset. 

Ansoba : — Eiver Galway, Ire- 
land. 

Antiuest^um promontorium : — 
Land's End, Cornwall. 

Antona : — River Avon, North- 
ants ; River Anton, Hants. 

Antona Australis : — Southamp- 
ton. 

Antona Borealis : — Northamp- 
ton. 

Antrum Flu. : — The Erme, 
Devonshire. 

Apaunaris Civitas : — In Devon- 
shire. 

Apelbia : — Appleby, Westmore- 
land. 

Apiacum : — Hexham, North- 
umberland ; Papcastle, Cum- 
berland. 

Apletrea : — Appledore, Kent. 

Applebein, Applebera: — Appleby, 
Westmoreland . 



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Apultrea : — Appledore, Devon. 

Aqua Rubra : — RedboiU'n, Herts ; 
Eedbourne, Lincolnshire. 

Aquce CalidcB : — Bath, Somerset. 

Aquce Solis, Suits : — Bath. 

Aqucedonum : — Eton, Bucks ; 
Aikton, Cumberland. 

Aqueedunensis Saltus : — Water- 
den, Norfolk. 

Aqucedunum : — Waldron (?), Sus- 
sex ; Waterden, Norfolk. 

Aqu(Buadensis Pons : — Eye 
Bridge, Dorset. 

Aquapontanus : — Bridgwater, 
Somerset. 



Aquelmum 
shire. 



-Ewelme, Oxford- 



Aquila : — Eagle, Lincohishire.* 

Aquilodunum : — Hoxne, Suffolk. 

Aquis Civitas. See Aquce Ca- 
lidcB. 

Aramis, Aranus Civitas : — In 
Dorset. 

Arbeia : — Moresby or Ireby, 
Cumberland ; Armley or 
Castleford, Yorks. 

Archfordensis : — Of Ardfert, Co. 
Kerry. 

Archmachia : — Armagh. 

Arclouium : — Arklow, co. Wick- 
low, Ireland. 

Arcmacensis : — Of Armagh. 

Arcmorensis : — Of Ardmore, 
Water ford. 

Arcubus, Curia de : — Court of 
Arches. 

Ardacha : — Ardagh, co. Long- 
ford. 

Ardahachdensis : — Of Ardagh, 
Ireland. 



Ardaoneon Civitas: — OldSarum; 
Silchester, Hants. 

Ardatum : — Ardat or Ardathen, 
CO. Kerry. 

Ardefertensis : — Of Ardfert, co. 
Kerry. 

Ardgathelia : — Argyle, Scotland. 

Ardmacha : — Armagh. 

Ardmoria : — Ardmore, co. 
Waterford. 

Ardraum : — Ardee, co. Louth ; 
Ardree, co. Kildare, Ire- 
land. 

Ardraicum: — Ardagh, co. Long- 
ford. 

Ardua : — Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 
Arewa: — River Orwell, Suffolk. 

Argadia, Argathelia : — Argyle, 
Scotland. 

Argistillum : — In Gloucester- 
shire, or perhaps Arwystli, 
Powys. 

Argita : — Lough Foil, London- 
derry. Camden applies this 
name to Lough Swilley. 

Ariconium : — Kenchester, Ross, 
or Penyard Castle, Here- 
fordshire. 

Armaca : — Armagh, Ireland. 

Armanothia : — Ardmeanach, 
Scotland. 

Armethua : — Armathwaite, Cum- 
berland. 

Armis : — Bath. 

Armone : — Caernarvon. 

Arnemega : — Willoughby - on - 
the- Wolds, Notts. See Vero- 
meturn. 

Arranid : — Isle of Arran, Scot- 
land. 



* The preceptory of the BalUvus Aquilce. Honor Aquilct is the honour 
of Laigle, in Normandy. 



Latin Names of Places. 



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Arregaidela :— Argyle. 

Artkferdensis, Arthfertensis : — 
Of Ardfert, co. Kerry. 

Arthtnorensis : — Of Ardmore, co. 
Waterford. 

Arundelia, Arundellum : — Arun- 
del, Sussex. 

Arundinis Vaditm: — Eedbridge, 
Hants. 

Aruntina Vallis :— Arundel, Sus- 
sex. 

Arunus Flu. : — River Artin, Sus- 
sex. 

Aruone : — Caernarvon. 

Aruonia : — Caernarvonshire. 

Arus : — Eiver Aire, Torks. 

Asaphopolis: — St. Asaph, Flint- 
shire. 

Ascaranus. See Aiscaranus. 

Ascdala : — Eskdale. 

Athanaton, Athanatos : — Isle of 
Thanet. See Tanathos. 

A thesis Flu. : — Eiver Tees. See 
Tesa. 

Atholia : — ^Athol, Scotland. 

Athra : — Athenry, co. Galway. 

Atina Insula : — Thanet. See 
Adtaiiatos. 

Atrebati :— People of Berks. 

Atrium Dei: — Hinton, Somerset. 

Attacotti : — Conquered tribes N. 

of the Eoman wall. 
Aualana : — Watchcross. See 

Aballaba. 

Aualonia: — Glastonbury, Somer- 
set. 

Auchelandia : — Bishops Auck- 
land, Durham. • 



Aue: — Eiver Avon, or Avin. 

Scotland. 
Auena Flu. : — Eiver Avon, Wilts. 

Auenina, Auenna Flu. : — Eiver 
Afan, or Avon, Glamorgan- 
shire. 

Auenniorus : — Blackwater river, 
Cork. 

Auennus : — Eiver Avon, a tribu- 
tary of the Clyde, Scotland. 

Auentio Flu. : — Eiver Avm, or 
Avon, Devon. 

Aufona : — Eiver Avon, North- 
ants. 

Augusta : — Aust, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Augusta Trinobantum, Augusta : 
— London. 

Augustaldia : — Hexham, North- 
umberland. 

Auinus : — Eiver Avon, or Avin, 
Scotland. 

Aula, vel Villa Antigua : — ^Aid- 
bury, Herts. 

Aula Cervina : — Hart Hall, Ox- 
ford. 

Aumodishamum : — Ajnersham, 
Bucks. 

Auna : — Awn, bishopric in Ire- 
land. 

Aunesi' : — Elstow, Beds. 

Auona : — Eiver Avon ; Eiver 
Nen, Northants. 

Auona : — Bungay, Suffolk. 

Auona, Auondunum : — Hampton 
Court, according to Leland. 

Auona Littoralis, site Aus- 
tralis : — Southampton. 

Auona Mediterranea, site Bore- 
al is : — Northampton. 

Attona Vallis : — Oundle, North- 
ants. 



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Auondunum Limenorum : — 
Southampton. 

Auonii palatium : — Winchester 
House, Southwark. 

Aura : — Awre, Gloucestershire. 

Aurauanus. See Abrauannus. 

Aurea Vallis : — Golden Vale, 
Herts. 

Aurenium : — Alderney, or Herm 

Island. 
Aureum Vadum : — Guildford, 

Surrey. 
Ausoba. See Ansoba. 

Ausona : — River Avon, 
Northants. 

Auteri, Auterii : — People of Gal- 
way and Roscommon, Ire- 
land. 

Autona : — Avon, Northants. 

Axelodunum : — Hexham, North- 
umberland ; Burg h-b y- 
Sands, or Bowness, Cum- 
berland. 

Axeministra : — Axminster, 
Devon. 

Axiholma : — Axholme, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Axium Flu. : — River Axe, Devon. 



B. 



Ba, Baa : — Bath. 

Babaglanda : — Burdoswald. See 
Amboglanna. 

Babbegraua : — Baggrave, Leices- 
tershire. 

Bachelagana, Bacheleia Sylva : — 
Bagley Wood, Berks. 

Bada : — Bath, Somerset. 

Baddanbyrig : — Badbury, 
Dorset. 



Badecanwella : — Bakewell, 
Derbyshire. 

Badiza : — Bath. See Aquce 
Calidce. 

Badonicus Mons : — Badon Hill, 
or Bannesdown, a hill near 
Bath. 

Badunum : — Bath. 

Baenburgus : — Bamborough, 
Northumberland. 

Bagilogana Sylva : — Bagley 
Wood, Berks. 

Bainardi Castellum : — Baynard's 
Castle, London. 

Bainus Pons : — Bainbridge, 
Yorks. 

Bala : — Bala, Merionethshire. 

Balingium : — Bowes-upon-Stan- 
more, Yorks. 

Balmurceum : — Balmerinach, 

Fife. 
Balnea, Balneodunum : — Bath. 

Baltifordia : — Waterford, Ire- 
land. 
Bamfum : — Banff, Scotland. 

Bana Insula : — An island oppo- 
site the mouth of the River 
Taff, Glamorganshire. 

Banatia : — Bean Castle, Mur- 
ray ; Comrie, Perthshire ; 
or near Inverness. 

Bancornensis : — Of Bangor. 

Banesinga Villa : — Bensington, 

Oxfordshire. 
Banna : — River Ban, Ulster. 

Banna : — Cambeck, or Castle- 
steeds, Cumberland. 

Bannauenna, Bannauentum : — 
Borough Hill, near Daven- 
try; or Weedon, Northants ; 
or Banbury, Oxfordshire. 



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Banneberia : — Banbury, Oxford- 
shire. 

Bannio : — Abergavenny. See 
Gobannium. 

Bannochorus, Banyorium : — Ban- 
gor, N. Wales. 

Bannouallum. See Bannauenna. 

Banua : — Bannow, Ireland. 

Bonus Flu. : — River Bain, Lin- 
colnshire. 
Bara : — Dunbar, Scotland. 
BarangcB. See Brangonia. 
Barcsctria : — Berkshire. 

Bardeneia : — Bardney. Lincoln- 
shire. 

Bardunus : — Eiver Bure, Nor- 
folk. 

Barnastapula : — Barnstaple, 
Devon. 

Baromaci. See CeBsaromayus. 

Baruicus, Barwicus : — Berwick- 
upon-Tweed. 

Basenya, Basinyum : — Basing, 
Basingstoke, Hants. 

Basselawa : — Baslow, Derby- 
shire. 
Batalia: — Battle Abbey, Sussex. 
Baterseya : — Battersea, Surrey. 
Bafha, Bathonia : — Bath. 

Batilfordia : — Waterford, Ire- 
land. 
Batonicus : — Of Bath. 

Bdora : — River Dore, Hereford- 
shire. 
Beanjlota : — Bamfleet, Essex. 
Bearrocscira : — Berkshire. 

Beatitudine, Abbatiade: — Bectiffe 
Abbey, co. Meath. 

BebbCj Bebbanbyriy : — Bambo - 
rough, Northumberland. 

M. 



Bechewrda : — Badgworth, 

Somerset. 
Bechlanda : — Byland, Yorks. 
Bedeforda : — Bedford. 

Bedericia, Bedericum : — St. Ed- 
mundsbury, Suffolk. 

Bedfordia : — Bedford. 

Beyesse : — A town on the Wall 
of Antonine. 

Beyyewurda : — Badgworth, 
Somerset. 

Belaisena : — BaUinasloe, co. 
Galway. 

Belerium promontorium : — The 
Land's End. 

Belyce : — Inhabitants of Somer- 
set, Wilts, and Hants, in 
Caesar's time occupying the 
South Coast. 

Belyce : — Wells, Somerset. 

Belinus Sinus : — Billingsgate. 

Belisamn : — River Ribble, or 
Mersey, Lancashire. 

Bella Vallis : — Beauvale, in 
Grresley Park, Notts. 

Bellalanda : — Byland, Yorks. 

Bell est turn : — Oxford. 

Bellisama. See Belisama. 

Bellocliuum, Bellodesertum : — 
Beldesert, or Beaudesert, 
Warwickshire. 

Bellomariscus : — Beaumaris, Isle 
of Anglesey. 

Bellositum : — City of Oxford. 

Bellum : — Battle, Sussex. 

Bellum Beccum : — Beau Bee, co. 

Meath. 
Bellum Caput : — Beauchief, 

Derbyshire. 

Bellum Verum : — Belvoir, 
Leicestershire. 

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Bellus Campus : — Bulcamps, 
Suffolk. 

Bellus Locus : — Beaulieu, Hants ; 
Beaulieu, Moddry or Myl- 
brook, Beds. ; Beauly, In- 
verness ; Beaudesert, War- 
wickshire ; Killagh, Kerry, 
Ireland. 

Bellus Locus Regis : — Beaulieu 
Abbey, Hants. 

Bellus Portus : — Kilclehin, co. 
Kilkenny. 

BeJuerum : — Belvoir, Leicester- 
shire. 

Benethleya : — Bentley, Middle- 
sex. 

Bennuuenna. See Banntiuenna. 

Bennones. See Venonce. 

Bentensis : — For Ventensis. See 

Venta. 
Beohrtforda : — Burford, Oxon. 

Bera : — ^Bere Forest, Hants ; 
Beer, Dorset. 

Berca : — Barcombe, Sussex. 

Berceia, Berceria : — Berkshire. 

Bercheleia : — Berkeley, Glouces- 
tershire. 

Bercheria : — Berkshire. 

Bercheya : — Barraway, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Berclea : — Berkeley, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Berdeniya : — Bardney, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Berdeseia : — Bardsey Island, or 
Ynys EnUi, Caernarvon- 
shire. 

Berdestapla : — Barnstaple, 
Devon ; Barstable, Essex. 

Berechinyum : — Barkiug, Essex. 

Bereda. See Voreda. 



Berekinyum : — Barking, Essex. 

Berya : — Bridgnorth, Shrop- 
shire. 

Beryefelda : — Burghfield, Berks. 

Beryonhmi : — A vitrified fort, 
opposite Connell Ferry, at 
the mouth of Loch Etive, 
Lome. 

Berkeria : — Berkshire. 

Berkleia : — Berkeley, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Bermundesaia, Bermundsheia, 
Bermundi Insula : — Ber- 
mondsey, Surrey. 

Bernardi CasteUum : — Barnard 
Castle, Durham. 

Bernia. See Hibernia. 

Bernicia : — Province reaching 
from the Eiver Tees to the 
Frith of Forth. 

Beroyomum : — A castle in Lorn, 
Scotland. 

Bersetelawawapentayium : — Bas- 
setlaw Wapentake, Notts. 

Berua : — Eiver Barrow, Ireland. 

Berubium promontorium : — Dun- 
cansby Head, or more pro- 
bably Noss Head, Caithness, 
Scotland. 

Beruehensis : — Of Berkshire. 

Beruicium, Berwicus : — Berwick. 

Betesdenna : — Bediston, Devon. 

Beuerlacum, Beuerlea : — Bever- 
ley, Yorks. 

Bibrocassi, Bibroci : — A tribe 
near Bray, Berks. 

Bimonium : — Binchester, Dur- 
ham. See Vmnouium. 

Bindoyladia. See Vindocladia. 



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Binonium, Binotiia, Binouium : — 
Binchester, Durham. See 
Vinnouium. 

Birgus : — Eiver Barrow, Water- 
ford. 
Biria : — Berryn Arbor, Devon. 

Birila Insula : — Burril Island, 

CO. Down, Ireland. 
Bimwda : — Burnham Wood. 

Bishamum : — Bustlesham, or 

Bisham, Berks. 
Bistaghnensis : — Of Glendalough, 

CO. Wicklow. 
Blacamora : — Blackmore, North 

Riding of Yorks. 
Blacinctona : — Blatchington, 

Sussex. 
Blacna : — Blakeney. 

Bladinte Mantes : — Sliabh Bladh- 
ma, now called Slieve Bloom 
Mountains, in the barony 
of Ossory, Queen's County, 
Ireland . 

Bladunum : — Malmesbury. See 
Maidulphi Curia. 

Blakingraua : — A hundred of 
Wilts, temp. H. II. 

Blancaforda : — Blandford, Dor- 
set. 

Blancalnnda : — Blanch Land, 
Northumberland ; White- 
land, Caermarthenshire. 

Blanciim Custrum : — White Cas- 
tle, or Blane Castle, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Blanii: — A tribe about Dublin. 

Blatum Bulgium, Ablatuni Bul- 
gium : — Middleby, Dum- 
fries ; or Bowness, or Car- 
dunnock, Cumberland. 

Bledetcurda : — Blidworth, Notts. 

Blengata hundredinn : — Black- 
heath hundred, Kent. 



Blestium : — Monmouth ; Old- 
town, Herefordshire. 
Blta, Blida :— Blythe, Notts. 

Blidberia, Blieberia : — Blewbury, 

Berks. 
Blithoduntim : — Blyton, Line. 

Blokelega : — Blockley, Worces- 
tershire. 
Blya :— Blythe, Notts. 

Boanda, Boandus : — H i v e r 

Boyne, Ireland. 
Bobium. See Bomium. 

Boccania, Boccinia, Boccinttm : — 
Buckingham ; Buckenham, 
Norfolk. 

Bodenna : — Bodmin, ComwaD. 

Boderia. See Bodotria. 

Bodianum : — Bodiam, Sussex. 

Bodotria : — Frith of Forth. 

Boduni. See Dobuni. 

Boena : — A town in the west of 
Scotland. 

Boghania : — Buchan, Aberdeen- 
shire, Scotland. 
Boisgraua : — Boxgrove, Sussex. 

Bolbenda : — E. Beaumont, Dur- 
ham. 
Bolerium :— The Land's End. 

Boleshouera, Bolesouru : — Bol- 

sover, Derbyshire. 
Boluelaunio : — Poole, Dorset. 
Bomina : — Bodmin, Cornwall. 

Bomium : — Cowbridge, Bover- 
ton, or Bridgend, Glamor- 
ganshire ; or Axbridge, 
Somerset. 

Bonium, Bonuium : — Stretton, 
Bangor, or Queenhope, 
Flintshire; Bunbury, 
Cheshire; or "WTiitchurch, 
Shropshire. 

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Bonno. See Bomium. 

Borceum prom. : — Malin Head, 
Ireland, 

Borcouicum, Borcouitium, Bor- 
couium : — Housesteads, Nor- 
thumberland ; Berwick. 

Bosco, Domus S. Egidii in : — 
Flamsted, Herts. 

Boscus Arsus : — Brentwood, 
Essex (Fr. Boisars). 

Boselawa: — Baslow, Derbyshire. 

Bosmanacha : — Bodmin, Corn- 
wall. 

Bosphorus Picticus : — Pentland 
Frith, Scotland. 

Bosuenna : — Bodmin, Cornwall. 

Botelega : — Botley, Hants ; Bol- 

ney, Oxfordshire. 
Bothmenia . — Bodmin, Cornwall. 
Botis: — Bute Island, West Coast 

of Scotland. 
Bouenia : — Boveney, Berks. 
Bouium. See Bomium, Bonium. 
Boxelega, Boxeleia : — Boxley, 

Kent. 

Boxora : — Boxford, Berks. 

Braboniacum. See Brem,etona- 
cum, Bremeturacum, Bro- 
uonacis. 

Bracchium : — Burgh, or Bain- 
bridge, Yorks. 

Brachilega : — Brackley, 

Northants. 
Bradeweya : — Broadway, 

Worcestershire. 

Brage. See Brige. 

Braitha : — Eiver Brathay, Lan- 
cashire. 
Bramenium. See Bremenium. 



Bramptonia : — Brampton, near 
Huntingdon. 

Branconium. See Branoricum,. 

Brangonia, Brannogenium, : — 
Bangor. See also Branori- 
cum,. 

Brangoria : — Bangor. 

Branodunum : — Brancaster, 
Norfolk. 

Branoricum, Branouium, Braui- 
nium, Brauonium : — Worces- 
ter ; Ludlow, Leintwardine, 
or Onibury, Shropshire. 

Brechinia : — Brecknock. 

Brechinium : — Brechin, Scotland. 

Bredenestreta : — Broadways, 
Worcestershire. 

Brehinium. See Brechinium. 

Breinensis : — Of Brechin, Scot- 
land. 

Brembra : — Bramber, Sussex. 

Bremenium : — Newcastle or 
High Rochester, North- 
umberland ; Brampton, 
Northants. 

Bremesgraua : — Bromsgrove, 
Worcestershire. 

Bremetonacum : — Overborough, 
Lancaster, or Clitheroe, 
Lancashire. 

Bremeturacum : — Either the 
same as Bremetonacum ; Old 
Penrith or Bromfield, Cum- 
berland ; or Eibchester, 
Lancashire. 

Brendanici Montes : — Knock 
Brandon, Kerry. 

Brendanicum Mare : — The 

Atlantic. 
Brenna : — Breubege or Bryna- 

bege, Glamorgan. 



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Brentford, 



Burgh, Lincoln- 



Brentoe Vadum : 

Middlesex. 

Bresnetenati Veteranorum. See 
Bremeturacum and Bremeto- 
nacutn. 

Brexarum : 
shire. 

Bribra : — Perhaps the same as 
Bremeturacum. 

Brigantes'. — Inhabitants of 
Yorkshire, Lancashire, Dur- 
ham, Westmoreland and 
Cumberland ; also of Water- 
ford and Kilkenny, Ireland, 
and Galloway, Scotland. 

Brigantium. : — York. 

Brige : — Bridgnorth, Shropshire ; 
Broughton, or Titchfield 
Bay, Hants ; Eyde. 

Briges. See Brigantes. 

Brigetcatera : — Bridgwater, 
Somerset. 

Briyomono : — Bargeny, Wig- 
town. 

Brigtis: — Barrow River, Ireland. 

Brillendunum : — Bridlington, 
Yorks. 

Brimesgraua : — Bromsgrove, 
Worcestershire. 

Brincaburga : — Brinkburn, Nor- 
thumberland. 

Brinchelatca : — Brinklow, War- 
wickshire. 

Briodunum : — Bredon, Worces- 
tershire. 

Bristelmestuna : — Brighton, 
Sussex. 

Bristoldum : — Bristol. 

Bristolia, Bristolium, Bristollum, 
Bristotca : — Bristol. 

Britanni : — People of Britain. 



Britannia Prima : — Britain south 
of the Thames. 

Britannia Secunda : — B r i t a i n 
west of the Severn ; or from 
Bristol Channel to Mersey, 
and from Thames to H um- 
ber. 

Britannicus Oceanus : — English 
Channel. 

Britannodunum : — Dumbarton, 
Scotland. 

Brithania. See Britannia. 

Britones : — People of Britain. 

Britonum Castrutn : — Dunbrit- 
ton, or Dumbarton, Scot- 
land. 

Brocara, Brocauo :— Brough or 
Brougham- on - the-Eamont, 
Westmoreland. 

Broconiacum : — Brougham, 
Westmoreland. 

Brodenestreta : — Broadways, 
Worcestershire. 

Bromfelda : — Bromf eld, Den- 
bighshire. 

Brouonacis : — Aldstone Moor, 
Brough, Brougham, or 
Kirkbythure, W^estmore- 
land. 

Brueria: — Brueme Abbey, Oxon. 

Bruga : — Bridgnorth, Shrop- 
shire. 

Bruga Walteri : — Bridgewater, 

Somerset. 

Brugia : — Bridge, Devon. 
Bruhella : — Brill, Bucks. 
Brutannia. See Britannia. 
Brycstowa : — Bristol. 
Brggiona : — Boxgrove, Sussex. 
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Buccinghania : — Buckingham. 

Buchania : — Buchan, Scotland. 

Bucostenum : — ^ Buxton, Derby- 
shire. 

Budeforda : — Bedford. 

Buellium: — Boyle, Ireland. 

Buffestra : — Buckfastleigh, 
Devon. 

Buksiria : — Buckinghamshire. 

Bulgium : — Bowness, Cumber- 
land. 

BullcBum : — Builth, Brecknock ; 
or Usk, Monmouth. 

Bumsteda : — Bumpstead, Essex. 

Bungehia : — Bungay, Suffolk. 

Burgamera : — Bolmer, Sussex. 

Burgensis Pons : — Borough- 
bridge, Yorks. 

Burgodunum : — Burton, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Burgus : — Brough, Westmore- 
land ; Peterborough; 
Burgh, Norfolk ; Bridg- 
north, Shropshire. 

Burgus Regine : — Queenborough, 
Kent. 

Burgus super Zabulum : — Burgh- 
by-Sands, Cumberland. 

Burhella. See Bruhella. 

Buroauerus. See Durouernum. 

Buroleuo. See Duroleniim. 

Burrio : — Usk, Monmouthshire ; 
Ledbury, Hereford. 

Burwardescota : — Buscot, Berks. 

Buseneia : — Binsey, Oxon. 

Biistelli Domus : — Bustlesham 
or Bisham, Berks. 

Buuenia : — Boveney, Berks. 



Buuinda : — River Boyne, Ire- 
land. 

Byligesleaga : — Billingsley, 
Shropshire. 

Byrdena :— Burdon, Durham. 



C. 



Cacaria: — Tadcaster or Aberford, 
Yorks. 

Caerdiffa : — Cardiff, Glamorgan- 
shire. 

Caerdigania : — Cardigan. 

Caer-Lincoit : — Lincoln. See 

Lincolinum. 
Caermardinia : — Caermarthen, 

Wales. 
Caerperis : — Porchester, Hants. 
Caerseuerus : — Salisbury, Wilts. 
Ccesarea, CcBsaria : — Jersey. 

CfBsaris Burgus : — Searbyrig, 
Old Sarum. 

Ccesaromagus : — Ch elmsf ord, 
Writtle, Widford, Burnt- 
wood, Canvey Island, or 
Billericay, Essex. 

Calacum. See Galacum. 

Calaterium : — E. Calder, Yorks. 

Calateriuyn Nemiis : — Forest of 
Galtress, Yorks. 

Calatum. See Galacum. 

Calcaria : — Tadcaster or Aber- 
ford, Yorks. 

Calcetum : — A monastery near 
Lewes. 

Calcoensis, Calchouensis : — Of 
Kelso, Scotland. 

Calcua, Nalcua. See Calleua 
and Galleua. 



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Caldei Imula : — ^Ynys Pjr, or 
Caldey Island, Pem broke- 
shire. 

Calderus Flu. : — Eirer Calder, 
Yorks. 

Caledonia : — Callander, Perth- 
shire. It is also used for the 
whole of Scotland. 

Caledonia Syha: — Argyle, Loch- 
aber and Moray. 

Caledonii : — Inhabitants of 
north-west of Scotland. 

Caledonium Castrum: — Dunkeld. 

Calyachi Roboretum : — Doire 
Chalgaich, Derry, Ireland. 

CiUdonicB Sylvte: — Florus applies 
this name to the interior of 
England. 

CalJcoensis : — Of Kelso. 

Calleua :— Basingstoke, Hants. 

Calleua Altrebatum. See Galleua 
Atrebatum. 

Calna :— Calne, Wiltshire. 

Calonia: — Coldin^ham, Berwick. 

Calunio : — Same as Galacum ; 
or AVaketield, Yorks. 

Camaldunum, Camalodunum : — 
Maldon, Colchester, or Lex- 
den, Essex. 

Camaletum : — Camel, Somerset, 

Cambium Reyale : — Royal Ex- 
change, Loudon. 

Camhodunum : — Almondbury, 
Greetland, or Elland, West 
Riding of Yorkshire. 

Cambortcum, Camborium : — Eck- 
lingham. Suffolk : or Cam- 
l)ridge. 

Cambretonium. See Combere- 
tonium. 



Cambria : — Wales. 

Camhula : — R. Camel, Cornwall. 

CnmeJodunum : — Doncaster, 

Yorks. 
Camerum :— Castell Cwm Aram, 

Denbighshire. 

Camestrum : — Campsterne, 

Dorset. 
Camolodunum. See Camaldunum. 
Campodunum. See Cambodunum. 

Campus Alius : — Hatfield, or 
Hautfield, Herts. 

Campus Fabrum : — Smithfield, 
London. 

Campus Nouo-Forensis : — New- 
market Heath, Cambridge- 
shire. 

Camudolanum. See Cambodu- 
num. 

Camulodunum. See Camaldu- 
num and Cambodunum. 

Cana Insula : — Sheppy. See 
Counos. 

Canachina Silva : — Cannock 
Chase, Staffordshire. 

Canani Terra : — Merioneth. 

Cancani : — People living in Car- 
narvonshire. 

Cancanum. See Canganorum. 
Cancia : — Kent. 

Candalia : — Kendal, Westmore- 
land. 

Candida Casa : — Whitehorn, 
Whithern, Wigton.-hire. 

Candida Ecclesia : — Whitchurch, 
Salop. 

Caneicflla : — Canwell, Stafford- 
shire, a Benedictine Priory. 

Canganorum promontorium : — 
Braichy Pwll Point, Car- 
narvonshire. The same as 
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Cangi : — A tribe in Somerset, 
or perhaps the same as 
Cancani. 

Caninga : — Bishop's Canning, 
Wilts. 

Canonium : — Canewdon, or Fam- 
bridge, or near Kelvedon, 

Essex. 

Canouaci : — People in Argyle, 
Lorn, and Lennox. 

Cantabrigia :— Cambridge. 

Cantce : — A tribe in Sutherland- 
shire. 

Cantehrigia : — Cambridge. 

Cantia, Cantium : — ^Kent. 

Cantiuenti : — A tribe probably 
in Westmoreland. 

Cantium promontorium : — The 
North Foreland, Kent. 

Cantuaria : — Canterbury. 

Cantuaritce : — Kentish Saxons. 

Canubio. See Conouiiim. 

CaprcB Caput, Caprocephalia : — 

Gateshead, Durham. See 

Gabrocentum. 
CapreoJum : — Cheverell, Wilts ; 

some place in Brecon (?). 
Carbantium : — Caerlaverock, 

Dumfriesshire. 
Carbantorigum : — Drummore, 

Dumfries ; Caerlaverock. 

Carbonarius Collis : — Coleshill, 

Flintshire. 
Carcaria. See Calcaria. 
Cardelum : — Carlisle. 
Cardigania : — Cardigan, Wales. 

Careni : — Inhabitants of Caith- 
ness. 

Carleolium, Carleolum : — Car- 
lisle. 



Carmarthinia : — Caermarthen. 
Carnaruonia : — Caernarvon. 

Carnetum : — Carnedon Prior, 
Cornwall. 

Carnonacce : — People of Ross, 
Scotland. 

Carphillis : — A castle, supposed 
to have been built by the 
Romans, Grlamorganshire. 

Carrie ta : — Carrick, Scotland. 

Car rum : — Charmouth, Dorset ; 
Carham, Northumberland. 

Carsuilla i^Kerswell, Devon. 

Cartusia : — Witham Charter- 
house, Somerset. 

Carugia : — Kerry, Ireland. 

Casa Candida. See Candida 
Casa. 

Casella : — Cashel, Ireland. 

Cassi, Cassii : — A tribe in Hert- 
fordshire. 
Cassilia: — Cashel, Ireland. 
Cassiterides : — Scilly Islands. 

Cassiuelauni oppidum : — St. Al- 
ban's. See Verolamium. 

Casta Silua : — Kilcreunata, co. 
Galway. 

CasteUum Haroldi : — Haroldes- 
ton, in the deanery of Ross. 

Castra'. — Caistor, Lincolnshire. 

Castra Alata. See AJata Castra. 

Castra Exploratorum : — Burgh 
by Sands, Netherby, Old 
Castle, or Bowness, Cum- 
berland. 

Castrodunum : — Chesterton, 
Cambridgeshire. 

Castrum Britonum: — Dunbrit- 
ton, Scotland. 

Castrum Caledonium : — Dunk eld. 



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361 



Castrum Cubit: — Holyhead. 

Castrum de Aruon : — Caernar- 
von Castle. 

Castrum Dei : — Fermoy Abbey, 
Ireland. 

Castrum de Vies : — Devizes, 

Wilts. 
Castrum Episcopi : — Bishop's 

Castle, Shropshire. 

Castrum Godrici : — Goodrich, 
Herefordshire. 

Castrum. Legionis, Leonis : — 
Holt Castle, Denbigh- 
shire. 

Castrum Matildis : — Painscastle, 
Herefordshire. 

Castrum Osccb : — Usk, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Castrum Puellarum : — Edin- 
burgh. 

Cataracta, Cataractonium : — 
Thorn brough, near Thirsk, 
Allerton, or Catterick 
Bridge, Yorks. 

Cataracta Flu. : — Kiver Swale, 
Yorks. 

Catenessa : — Caithness. 

Cateracta : — Catterick, Yorks. 

Cateuchlani. See Catuellani. 

Catguilia : — Kidwelly, Carmar- 
thenshire. 

Cathania : — Caithness, Scotland. 

Cathinensis : — Of Caithness. 

Catini : — People of Caithness. 

Catteleia : — Catley, Lincolnshire. 

Catuellani, Catyeuchlani : — 
People of Buckingham, 
Bedford, and Hertford- 
shire. 



Cauci: — ^Tribe living in Wick- 
low, Ireland. 

Cauda : — E. Gaidar, Cumber- 
land. 

Cauda Alicii: — La Quealiz, a 
wood in BriU Forest, Bucks. 

Cauna. See Counos. 

Caunonio. See Canonium. 

Causennce, Causennis: — Boston, 
Ancaster, Brig Casterton, or 
Swineshead, Lincolnshire. 

Caua : — Cave, Yorks. 

Caua Dine : — Holdemess, 
Yorks. 

Catierna Viperina : — ^Aspeden, 

Herts. 
Cauoda : — Cawood, Yorks. 
Caicda. See Cauoda. 

Cealchithe: — Chalk, Kent; Chel- 
sea. 
Cealtide : — Chelsea. 
Ceangi. See Cangi. 

Ceastra : — Chester ; Chester-le- 
Street, Durham. 

Celerion : — Callander Castle, 

Perthshire. 
Cella Canici : — Kilkenny. 

Cella Reguli: — Kilreule, St. An- 
drew's. 
Cella S. BrigittcB : — Kilbride. 

Celnius Flu. : — Eiver Findhom, 
or Eiver Spey, Elgin. 

Celouion. See Celerion. 

Celunno. See Cilurnum. 

Celurca : — Montrose, Forfar. 

Cenenensis : — Of Kells, Ireland. 

Cenimagni : — The same as the 
Iceni, a tribe in the east of 
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Cenion Flu. : — River Falle, 
Cornwall. 

Centum fontes : — Hundreds- 
kelde, or Hinderwell, 
Yorks. 

Ceolesega : — Selsey, Sussex. 

CeoJeseyia : — Cholsey, Berks. 

Cerda : — Ctiard, Somerset. 

Cerda Selgouarum : — Dumfries. 

Cerdici Vadum : — Chardford, 
Hants. 

Ceretica : — Ceredigion, a pro- 
vinco of S. Wales ; Car- 
diganshire. 

Cerneia : — Charney, Berks. 

Cernelium : — Cerne, Dorset. 

CernuaJia, Curnualia : — Corn- 
wall. 

Cerones, Cerotni : — Inhabitants 
of Lochaber and Ross. 

Cerota Insula : — Chertsey, 
Surrey. 

Cerqueyum : — Sark. 

Cerringa : — Charing, Kent. 

Certesia : — Chertsey, Surrey. 

Cerui Insula : — Chertsey ; also 
Hartlepool, Durham. 

Cesarea, Cesaria : — Jersey. 

Cesaris Tumulus : — Carn Ceasra, 
Connaught. 

Cestratona : — Chesterton. 

Cestre : — Is used for York, Ches- 
ter, and Chester-le- Street. 

Cestrescira : — Cheshire. 

Cestria : — Chester ; Cheshire ; 
Chester-le- Street, Durham; 
Castle Knock, Dublin. 

Cestrisiria : — Cheshire. 



Chaluelea : — Cheveley, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Chanani Terra : — Merioneth. 

Chanrea, Chanoricum : — Chan- 
onry, Ross-shire. 

Chardum : — Chard, Somerset. 

Chathania. See Cathania. 

Chauci. See Cauci. 

Chauseya : — Cheausey, or Chol- 
sey, Berks. 

Chelesivurda : — Chelworth, 
Wilts. 

Chelmerium : — Chelmsford, 
Essex. 

Chemesinga : — Kemsing, Kent. 

Chentenses : — Kentish men. 

Chepstoumm : — Chepstow, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Chester/elda : — Chestei-field, 
Derbyshire. 

Chestria, Chestrum. See Cestria. 

Cheua : — Kew, Surrey. 

Chibii Castrum : — Holyhead, 
Anglesey. 

Chicuni : — St. Osith, Essex. 

Chienfernensis : — Of Clonfert, 
Ireland. 

Chimela: — Keymer, Sussex. 

Chineglissi Castrum : — Kenil- 
worth Castle, Warwick- 
shire. 

Chingesordia : — King's Worthy, 
Hants. 

Chingestomi : — Kingston. 

Chingeswuda : — Kingswood. 

Chingeswurtha : — King's Wor- 
thy, Hants. 

Chirca : — Chirk, Denbighshire. 



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Chirchbeia : — Kirkby, Kirbj'. 

Chirmyecestra : — Cirencester, 
Gloucestershire. 

Chonderensis : — Of Connor, co. 
Antrim. 

Chor/a : — Corfe, Dorset. 

Choro lienedicti, Abbntia de : — 
Chore or Middle ton Abbey, 
Cork. 

Chridiantune : — Crediton, Devon. 

Cibra : — A town on or near the 
Antonine Wall. 

Cica : — Chich St. Osyth, Essex. 

Ciceastria, Cicestria {^Cissaceas- 
tre) : — Chichester, Sussex. 

Cilurnum, Cilurijiutn : — Wal- 
wick Chesters, or CoUerton, 
Northumberland. 

Cindocellum : — A town in Scot- 
land, north of Antonine' s 
Wall. 

Cirecestria, Cirencestria, Ciri- 
nitim : — Cirencester, Glouc. 

Cirnea : — Charney, Gloucester- 
t'hire. 

Cissaceastre : — Chichester, 

Sussex. 

Ciuella : — Cheveley. 

Ciiiitns Legionum : — Caerleon. 
Monmouthshire ; Chester. 

Clandensis : — Glendalough, 
Wicklow. 

Clanouenta : — Lanchester, Dur- 
ham ; Coekermouth or 
Ellenborough, Cumberland. 

Clara'. — County of Clare, Ire- 
land. 

Clarentia : — Clare, Suffolk. 
Clnria : — Clare County, Ireland. 



Clarufontanus, Clnrus Fons : — 
Sherborne, Dorset ; Moy- 
coscain, co. Derry. 

Claudia Casira, Claudia: — Glou- 
cester. 

Claudiana provincia : — Glouces- 
tershire. 

Claudiocestria : — Gloucester. 

Clausentum : — Bishop's Wal- 
tham ; Southampton ; Bit- 
tern, Hants ; Chichester, 
Sussex. 

Clauinio : — A town probably in 
Dorset. 

Claicurda : — Clayworth, Notts. 

Cledhea Flu. : — Eiver Cleddy, 
Pembrokeshire. 

Cleitunu : — Clayton, Sussex. 

Cleocestria :■ — Gloucester. 

Clera Regis : — Kingsclere, 
Hants. 

Cletlinga : — Cleatlam, Durham. 

Cleuum : — Gloucester. See 

Claudia. 
Clidum : — Ardoch, Perthshire. 

See Lindum. 

Cliua : — King's Cliff, Northants. 

Cliuelanda : — Cleveland. 

Clocheria, Clocherium : — Clog- 
her, Ireland. 

Cloenensis : — Clonmacnois, 
King's County, Ireland. 

Clokorna : — Clogher, Tjrone. 

Clona : — Clone or Cloone, Ire- 
land. 

Clonfertum : — Clonfert, Cork. 

Clota : — Eiver Clyde. 

Clouesho : — Cliffe at Hoo, Kent. 

Cluain/erteusis : — Clonfert, Cork. 



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Cluatnvanea, Cluanania, Clua- 
nuni : — Cloyne, co. Cork, 
Ireland. 



Cluanumensis 
Cork. 



-Of Cloyne, co. 



Cluda : — Eiver Clyde. 

Cluenerardensis : — Of Clonard, 
CO. Meath. 

Cluida, Cluta: — E. Clwyd, Den- 
bighshire. 

Clunererardensis : — Of Clonard, 

CO. Meath. 
Clutina Vallis : — Dilfryncloyd, 

Wales. 
Cnapa : — Knepp, Surrey. 

Cnaresburgus: — Knaresborough, 
Yorks. 

Cnobheriburgus : — Burgh Castle, 
Suffolk. 

Coantia : — R. Kent, Westmore- 
land. 

Cocarus : — R. Coke, Yorks. ; 
Cocker, Lancashire. 

Coccium — Blackrode, or Rib- 
chester, Lancashire. 

Cocuneda Civitas: — On the River 
Coquet, Northumberland. 

Cocwuda : — R. Coquet. 

Cognacta : — Connaught, L^eland. 

Coguuensuron Flu. : — R, Soar, 
Leicestershire. 

Coila :— Kyle, W. of Scotland. 

Cokarus. See Cocarus. 

Colania : — Carstairs, or Craw- 
ford, Lanarkshire ; Colding- 
ham, Berwickshire. 

Cohinica : — Coldingham, or 
Colchester. 

Colcestria : — Colchester, Essex. 

Coldania : — Coldingham. 



Coleceastra, Colecestra : — Col- 
chester, Essex. 

Collis Magnus : — Crug Mawr, 
Pembrokeshire . 

Collis VictoricB : — Knockmoy, a 
Cistercian Abbey, co. Gal- 
way. 

Colmonora. See Cumanora. 

Colnia Flu. : — River Colne. 

Colonia : — Colchester, Maldon, 
or Mersea Strood, Essex. 

Colonia Victricensis : — Maldon, 
Essex. 

Coludum : — Coldingham, Ber- 
wickshire. 

Colunum : — Colnbrook, Bucks. 

Comberetonium : ■ — Brettenham ; 
Stratford St. Andrew ; or 
Hadleigh, Suffolk. 

Combretouium. See Combere- 
tonium. 

Comparcus : — Combe Park, 
Surrey. 

Conacia : — Province of Con- 
naught, Ireland. 

Conallea : — Tirconnell, Ireland. 

Concangios : — Watercrook, near 
Kendal ; or Chester-le- 
Street, Durham ;" or Burgh, 
near Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

Concani : — People of Munster, 
Ireland. 

Condate : — Congleton, North- 
wich, Kinderton, or Arley 
Hall, Great Bud worth, 
Cheshire. 

Condercum : — Chester-le-Street, 
Durham ; Benwell, North- 
umberland. 

Congatiata : — Stanwix, or Drum- 
burgh, Cumberland. 



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365 



Congericuria : — Congersbury, 
Somerset. 

Connaccia, Connachtia : — Con- 
naught, Ireland. 

Connacta : — Connaught. 

Connaria :— Connor, co Antrim, 
Ireland. 

Connatium : — Connaught. 

Conneria, Connertum. See Con- 
naria. 

Cononium : — Chelmsford, Essex. 

Conouittm : — Caer Ehyn, or Caer- 
hen, on the Conwaj, Caer- 
narvonshire. 

Conouium, Conouius : — Eiver 
Conway, North Wales; also 
used for the Town of 
Conway. 

Contaracta : — Eiver Swale, 

Torks. 
Conuennon, Conuennos Insula. 

See Counos. 

Conuentria : — Coventry, War- 
wickshire. 
Conuetoni. See Comberetonium. 

Coqueda, Coquedus : — Coquet 
River, in Xorthumberland. 

Coqueda Insula : — The Isle of 
Coquet, on the coast of 
Northumberland. 

Corcagia : — Cork, Ireland. 

Corcensis : — Of Cork. 

Corda : — Cumnock, Ayrshire ; 
Lynekirk, Peebles, or some 
town near Loughcure, Scot- 
land. 

Coria : — Corbridge, Northum- 
berland. 

Coria. Curia Ottadinorum : — 
Jedburgh, Roxburghshire ; 
or Carrie, Edinburghshire. 



Coria Damniorum : — Carstairs, 
Lanark ; or Kirkurd, 
Peebles. 

Corie : — Patrington, Yorks. 

Coriendi : — A tribe in Wexford, 
Ireland. 

Corinea : — Cornwall. 

Corinium. Corinium Dobunorum : 
— Cirencester, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Corinus Flu. : — The Eiver 
Churne, Gloucestershire. 

Coriondi : — Folk in South Ire- 
land. 

Coritani, Coritaui : — People of 
Northampton, Leicester, 
Rutland, Derby, and Not- 
tingham shires. 

Cornabii: — Tribe in Strathna- 
vern, Scotland. 

Comauii, Cornabii : — Inhabi- 
tants of Warwick, Worces- 
ter, Stafford, Shropshire, 
and Cheshire. 

Corneliensis : — Of Ceme, Dorset. 

Cornualia, Comuallia : — Corn- 
wall. 

Cornubia : — Cornwall. 

Cornutum Monasterium: — Horn- 
church, Essex. 

Corragia : — Cork. 

Corstopilum, Corstopitum : — Cor- 
bridge, Morpeth, Gorbet, 
or Corchester, Northumber- 
land. 

Corsula Insula : — Perhaps Holy- 
head. 

Coruesgeata : — Corfe, Dorset. 

Coterinus Mons : — Cotterdale, 
North Riding of Yorkshire. 



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Cottesivoldia : — Cutswold, Grlou- 
cestershire. 

Cottona : — Gotham, near Yarm, 
Durham. 

Coualia: — Kyle, Ayrshire. 

Couentria: — Co veutry, Warwick- 
shire. 

Couesgraua : — Cosgrove, North- 
ants. 

Couihurchelega: — Ooverly, Glou- 
cestershire. 

Couintrea : — Coventry, Warwick- 
shire. 

Counos : — Isle of Sheppej', 
Kent ; or Canvey Island, 

Essex. 

Cranburna, Craneburgtis : — 
Cranborne, Dorset. 

Crativallis : — Cratundene, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Craua, Crauena : — Craven, 
Yorks. 

Creccan/orda : — Cricklade, Wilts. 

Crecolada : — Cricklade, Wilts. 

Credigone : — Caerriden, on the 

Wall of Antonine. 
Credio : — Crediton, Devon. 
Crenodunum : — Crendon, Bucks. 
Creones : — Tribe living in Ross. 

See Cerones. 

Cricgealada : — Cricklade, Wilts. 

Cridea, Cridia, Cridiatunum, 
Cridiodunum : — Crediton, 
or Kirton, Devonshire. 

Crococalana,Crocolana : — Ancas- 
ter, Lincolnshire ; Brough, 
near Colli ngham ; or Car- 
Colston, Notts. 

Croucingo : — Crosby. 



Croiolandia, Croylandia, Cruilan- 
dia : — Cruwland, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Croyreys : — Eoyston. 

Crucelandia : — Crowland. 

Crukeri Castrum : — Pen-y-Crug, 
Radnor, 

Crulandia: — Crowland, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Crux Chartniana : — Charing 
Cross. 

Crux Ostvaldi: — Oswestry, 
Shropshire. 

Crux Roesice : — Royston. 

Cubit Castrum : — Holyhead, An- 
glesey. 

Cucufelda : — Cuckfield, Sussex. 

Culenum : — Cullen, Banff. 

Culerna : — Colerne, Wilts. 

Cumanora: — Cumnor, Berks. 

Cumberlandia : — Cumberland. 

Cumbremara : — Combermere, 
Cheshire. 

Cumbri : — People of Cumber- 
land. 

Cumbria : — Cumberland. 

Cunacia : — Connaught. 

Cunctona : — Compton, Sussex. 

Cunecarestre : — Chester-le- 
Street, Durham. 

Cunetio : — Marlborough, Milden- 
hall, or Ramsbury, Wilts. 

Cunetio Flu. : — River Kennet. 

Cunga : — Cong, Ireland. 

Cufiia : — River Conway. 

Cuuiu : — Mull of Cantire. 

Cuprum : — Coupar in Angus. 



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Cuprum Fifa : — Cupar Fife. 

Curia. See Coria. 

Curia Edmundi : — Bury St. Ed- 
munds, Suti'olk. 

Curnualia : — Cornwall. 

Cauichelmeslaica : — Cuckhams- 
ley, Berks. 

Ctfneia : — River Kennet. 



D. 



Dahrona : — Eiver Avonmore, 
Cork, Ireland. 

Dacorum hundrednm: — Hundred 
of Upper and Lower Deans, 
Herts, de Aneis or de 
Daneis, Tith cent. 

Dacorum clades : — Danes-end, 
Herts. 

Dammucensis : — Of Dunwich, 
Suffolk. 

Damnii: — People of Cljdesdale 
and Stirling. 

Domnium, Damnonium promon- 
torium : — Lizard, or Dod- 
nian Point. 

Damnonia, Domnania : — Devon. 

Dumnonii : — People of Devon 
and Cornwall. 

Danacastra : — Doncaster, Yorks. 

Danecastria : — Doncaster, Yorks. 

Daneia : — Denny, Cambridge- 
shire. 

Danica Sylva : — Andredswald 
Forest, Sussex ; also the 
Forest of Dean, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Danmonii. See Damnonii. 

Danuhia Sylva: — Forest of Dean. 



Danum : — Doncaster,. Yorks. 

Danus Flu. : — The Dane. Lin- 
colnshire ; Dan, or Daven, 
Cheshire ; Don, or Dun, 
Yorks. 

Darbia : — Derby. 

Darensis : — Of Kildare. 

Darentiuadum: — Dartford, Kent. 

Darentus Flu. : — Darenth, or 
Dart Eiver, Kent. 

Darinum : — Estanford, Strang- 
ford (?), Ulster. 

Darnii : — A tribe in Ulster. 

Darotenses : — People of Dorset. 

Daruentia : — Eiver Derwent, 

Derbyshire. 
Daruenum : — Canterbury. See 

Daruernum. 

Daruernum : — Canterbury ; Ro- 
chester. 

Daumuicensis : — Of Dunwich, 
Suffolk. 

Daurona. See Dabrona. 

De Fontibus : — Wells, Somerset. 

Dea : — Eiver Dee, Cheshire. 

Debba. See Bebba. 

Decha : — S. town in Scotland, 
North of the Forth. 

Decuaria. See Petuaria. 

Deia : — River Dee. 

Deidonum : — Dundee. 

Deilocum : — Godstow, Oxford- 
shire. 

Deira : — Abbey of Deer, in 
Buchan. 

Deira : — The part of the king- 
dom of the Northumbrians 
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Deira Sylva : — Deerhurst, Grlou- 
cestershire. 

Deirorum Sylva : — Derewald, or 
Beverley, Yorks. 

Dela : — Deal, Kent. 

Delgouitia : — G oodmanham, 
Fimber, Millington, or Mar- 
ket Weighton, East Eiding 
of Yorks. 

Deluinia : — Delvin, Westmeatli, 
Ireland. 



Demerosesa 



Dumfries. 

People of 



Demetce, DimetcB : 
South Wales 

Demetia, Demetica : — Djved, a 
province in South Wales, 
Pembrokeshire, and a part 
of Caermarthenshire. 

Dena, Foresta de \ — Porest of 
Dean. 

Dena Victrix : — Chester. See 
Deua. 

Dencea Sylva : — Forest of Dean. 

Denbighia : — Denbigh, Denbigh- 
shire. 

Deomedum : — South Wales. 

Deorheia : — Derby. 

Dera : — Derry, Ulster, 

Derbentione : — Little Chester, 
near Derby. 

Derebisciria : — Derbyshire. 

Derelega : — Darley, Derbyshire. 

Derentiuadum : — Dartford,Kent. 

Dereta : — River Dee (?) or Der- 
went (?). 

Derewenta : — Eiver Derwent. 

Derstemuta : — Dartmouth, 
Devon. 



Derte Ostium, Dertmuta : — 
Dartmouth, Devon. 

Deruentione : — Holtby, Kexby, 
or Stamford Bridge, on the 
Derwent, Yorkshire ; Pap 
Castle, Cumberland. 

Desmonia, Dessemonia : — Des- 
mond, Ireland. 

Dessia : — Decies, co. Waterford, 
Ireland. 

Deua : — Dundee ; Chester. 

Deua Flu. : — River Dee, 
Cheshire. 

Deuana : — Aberdeen ; Chester ; 
Doncaster. 

Deuania : — Cheshire. 

Deucaledonii : — The Scots. 

Deucaledonius oceanus : — The sea 
on the W. of Scotland. 

Deuenescira : — Devonshire. 

Deui Flu. : — River Do vey, Wales. 

Deuionisso : — Devonport. 

Deuna : — Chester. See Deua. 

Deunana : — Doncaster. 

Deuonia : — Devonshire. 

Deuouicia. See Delgouitia. 

Deuus Flu. : — River Dovey, 

Dewi: — St. David's. 

Dextralis Cambria : — Deheu- 
barth, i.e. South Wales. 

Deya : — River Dee. 

Dicelinga : — Ditchling, Sussex. 

Dice turn: — Diss, Norfolk. 

Dicia : — Diss, Norfolk. 

Dictis : — Ambleside, Westmore- 
land. 

Dictum : — Diganwy, Caernar- 
vonshire. 



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Dimette : — People of South 

"Wales. 
Dineuour : — South Wales. 
Diona : — River Dee, Scotland. 

Dirtouicum : — Droitwich, Wor 

cestershire. 
Diuana. See Deuana. 

Diuilena, Diuilind : — Dubh-lein 
(the Black Pool), now called 
DubUn. 

DiuiscB, Diuisio : — Devizes, Wilt- 
shire. See Castrum de Vies. 

Dixio. See Dictis. 

Dobaria : — Dover. 

Dobuni, Boduni : — People of 
Gloucestershire and Oxford- 
shire. 

Docestria : — Dorset. 

Doffra, Dofris : — Dover. 

Dolocindo : — A town in Dorset. 

Domnania. See Damnonia. 

Domnia : — Dunwich, Suffolk. 

Domus Sane tee Cruris : — Holy- 
rood House, Edinburgh. 
Donalmum : — Durham, 
Donewicum : — Dunwich, Suffolk. 
Donus : — River Done, Durham. 
Dorbeia : — Derby. 
DorcadcB : — The Orkneys. 
Dorcestria : — Dorchester, Dorset. 

Dorcinia : — Dorchester, Oxford- 
shire. 

Dorcinni Civitas : — Dorchester, 
Oxfordshire. 

Doresetesciria : — Dorset. 

Dorfris : — Dover, Kent. 

Doris Cantiorum : — Dover. 

Dorkcestria, Dorkecestra : — Dor- 
chester, Dorset. 



Dornaceaster : — Dorchester. 

Domocum : — Dornock, Dum- 
friesshire, Scotland. 

Dornsetta : — Dorchester, Dorset. 

Dorobellum. See Daruernum. 

Dorobernia : — Canterbury ; 
Dover. 

Dorobreuum. See Durobriuis. 

Dorobrina : — Dover. 

Dorocina : — Dorchester. 

Doruuentio. See Deruentione. 

Dorouernum : — Canterbury ; 

Dover. 
Dorpendunum : — Orpington, 

Kent. 
Dorseta, Dorsetania, Dorsetia : — 

Dorset. 
Doruantium, Doruatium : — 

River Dart, Darenth, or 

Derwent. 

Dorubernia : — Canterbury ; 
Dover. 

Doruenta : — River Derwent or 
Darenth. 

Doruentani : — People of Derby- 
shire. 

Doruemum. See Daruernum. 

Dorus Flu. :— The Dor, Herts. 

Doruuernia. See Dorubernia. 

Douaria, Douera, Douerha, 
Doner ia, Douoria : — Dover. 

Dour a :— Dover. 

Dourus : — Dingle Bay. 

Douus Flu. : — River Dove, 
Derbyshire. 

Dromoria : — Dromore, co. Down, 
Ulster. 

Duablisis, Duabsisis : — Dupplin, 
Perthshire. 

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Duacum : — Kilmacduagli, Gal- 
way, Ireland. 

Dublicensis : — Of Dublin. 

Dublinia, Dublinium, Dubli- 
num : — Dublin. See Diui- 
lena. 

Dubris : — Dover, Kent. 

Dufelda : — Duffield, Derbyshire. 

Duflinum : — Dublin. 

DuglassusFlu. : — River Douglas, 
Clydesdale. 

Dulce Cor, Suauicordium : — 
Sweetheart, or New Abbey, 
Kirkcudbrightshire. 

Dulma. See Magiouinium. 

Dulmanum : — Durham. 

Dumbarum : — Dunbar,. Had- 
dingtonshire. 

Dumbinensis : — Of Dunblane. 

Dumblanum : — Dunblane, 
Perthshire. 

Dumbrosa : — Bundroose, or Bun- 
doram, Leitrim. 

Dumbum promontorium : — Ben- 
gore Head, or Fair Head, 
Antrim. 

Dumera : — Dummer, Hants. 

Dumna : — Fair Island, one of 
the (Jrkneys. 

Dumnonia : — Devonshire. See 
Damnonia. 

Dumnonii. See Damnonii, 

Dumwicus : — Dunwich, Suffolk. 

Duna: — Down, Downpatrick. 

Dunamum : — Downham, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Dunamutha : — Tynemouth, 
Northumberland. 



Duncheldinum : — Dunkeld. See 
Caledonium Castium. 

Duncheranum ', — Dunkerrin, 
King's County, Ireland. 

Dundalcum : — Dundalk, Louth, 
Ireland. 

Dunedinum : — Edinburgh. 

Dunelmia, Dunelmum, Dunel- 
mus : — Durham. 

Dunestaplia : — Dunstable, Beds. 

Dunestor : — Dunster, Somerset. 

Duneuetum : — Launceston, 
Cornwall. 

Dunfreia : — Dumfries, Scotland. 

Dungallum: — ^Donegal, Ulster. 

Dunholmum, Dunholmus : — Dur- 
ham. 

Dunistabulum : — Dunstable, 
Bedfordshire. 

Dunium : — Dorchester, Dorset. 
See Moridunum. 

Dunmonii. See Damnonii. 

Dunolmum : — Durham. 

Dunouicum : — Dunwich, 
Suffolk. 

Dunrodunum : — Dornoch, 
Sutherland. 

Dunuicus : — Dunwich, Suffolk. 

Dunum : — Down, Downpatrick, 
Ulster ; Doncaster, Yorks ; 
Dundalk, co. Louth ; Salis- 
bury ; Waterford, Ireland. 

Dunum Sinus : — Scarborough 
Bay, Yorks, or Teesmouth. 

Dunns Flu. : — River Doon, Ayr- 
shire. 

Dunus Sinus. See Dunum 
Sinus. 

Dunwicus : — Dunwich, Suffolk. 



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Dura : — Derry, Ireland. 

Duracastrum : — Dorchester, Ox- 
fordshire. 

Durhis : — River Dour, Kent. 

Durcinate. See Durolipons. 

Durelmum : — Durham. 

Duri, Duris : — " That part of 
the Bay of Dingle where is 
the mouth of the River 
Maing," co. Kerry. 

Duria : — Dorset. 

Dung : — Dover. 

Durius : — River Stour. 

Durnium : — Dorchester. 

Durnonouaria : — Dorchester. 
Dorset. 

Duroauerni : — Canterbury. 

Durobrabis, Dumhrena. See 
Durohriuis. 

Durobriuas : — Caistor. Lincoln- 
shire ; or West Lynne ; or 
Wiggenhall St. Germain's, 
Norfolk. 

Durobriuis : — Rochester, Strood, 

or Cuxton, Kent. 
Durobroua. See Durobriuis. 
Durobrus. See Durobriuis. 

Durocastrum : — Dorchester, 
Oxon. 

Durocobriuis : — Dunstable, 
Beds; Hertford, Great Berk- 
hampstead, or Redboum, 
Herts. 

Durocornouium : — Cirencester. 

Durolani Flu. : — River Len, 
Kent. 

Durolenum, Dtiroleuum : — New- 
ington, Lenham, or West- 
well, Kent. 



Durolipons : — Cambridge, God- 
manchester, or Ramsey, 
Hunts. 

DuroUtum :— Old Ford, Ley ton, 
Romsey, or Purfleet, Essex. 

Duronouaria : — Dorchester, Dor- 
set. 

Duroprouis. See Durobriuis. 

Durosipons. See Durolipons. 

Durotriges : — Men of Dorset- 
shire. 

Durouemum : — Canterbury. 

Durus Flu. : — River Stour. 

Dusceleberga, Dusteleberga : — 
Desborough hundred, 
Bucks. 

Duthena : — River Duddon, Lan- 
cashire. 

Duuelescense Castrum: — Duleek, 
Meath. 

Duuelina : — Dublin. 

Duuere : — Dover. 

Dwthena. See Duthena. 

Dyrwenta : — ^R. Derwent. 



E. 

Eadmodum : — Emmet, Yorks. 

Earipolensis : — Jerpont, co. Kil- 
kenny. 

East-Sexena : — ^Essex. 

Eathelingiana Via : — Watling 

St. 

Eaxanceastra : — Exeter. 

Ebbecastrum : — Bamborough 
Castle, Northumberland. 

Eblanai — DubUn. See Diuilena. 

Ebodia : — The Isle of Aldemey. 

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Eboracum : — York. 

Ebuda Insula : — Two islands are 
thus named by Ptolemy, of 
which one is Skye or Islay, 
the other Lewis or Jura. 

Ebudce : — Used for the Western 
Isles of Scotland generally. 

Eburacum : — York. 

Eburocastrum : — Near Rochester, 
Northumberland. 

Edenburgus : — Edinburgh. 

Ederosum Monasterium : — Ivy- 
church, Wilts. 

Edmundi Burgus : — Bury St. 
Edmunds, Suffolk. 

Edra : — Eiver Whitadder. 

Edros Insula : — Bardsey Island, 
Caernarvonshire, or ire- 
land's Eye. 

Edulfesberga : — Ellesborough, 
Bucks. 

Edwella : — Ewell, Surrey. 

Edwiniburgus : — Edwinstow, 
Notts 

Efenewuda : — Evenwood, Dur- 
ham. 

Egelesforda : — ^Aylesford, Kent. 

Eia : — Eye, Suffolk ; Eye, near 

Westminster. 
Eidumania Flu. : — Black water 

River, or mouth of the Stour 

and Orwell, Essex. 
Eilecuriana Vallis : — Vale of 

Aylesbury, Bucks. 
Eilecurium : — Aylesbury. 
Eilutus, Eluius : — St. Asaph's. 

Eiudensca : — Jedburgh, Rox- 
burghshire. 

Eladuniim : — Eildon, Roxburgh- 
shire. 

Elauiana : — Islay. 



Elconium : — A town in Cornwall. 
Eldunum :— The Eildon Hills (?). 
Eleueinia. See Eluemta. 

Elginum, Elgis : — Elgin, Scot- 
land. 

Elgolii, ElgoucB : — Inhabitants of 
Liddisdale, Ensdale, Esk- 
dale, Nidisdale, and Annan- 
dale, in Scotland. 

Elia : — Ely, Cambridgeshire. 

Eliensis Insula : — The Isle of Ely. 

Ellandunum : — Allington, near 
Ames bury, or Wilton, in 
Wilts. 

EUebri : — People in Kerry, Ire- 
land. 

Ellesmara : — Ellesmere, Shrop- 
shire. 

Elmelega : — Elmley, Worcester- 
shire. 

Elnicestria : — Alceter, Warwick- 
shire. 

Eltabo. See Voluba. 

Elteshamum : — Eltham, Kent. 

Eltherburna : — Halterburn, Rox- 
burghshire. 

Eluadunum: — Elphin, Roscom- 
mon. 

Eluemia : — Elvael, a cantref in 
Powys, Radnorshire. 

Eluium, Elwa : — St. Asaph's. 

Elys : — Ely, Cambridgeshire. 

Emhesea : — Embsay or Emshaw, 

Yorks. 
Emelia : — Emly, co. Tipperary. 

Emonta : — May Isle, in the Firth 
of Forth. 

Enachdunensis : — Annadowu, co. 
Clare, Ireland. 

Enchegallia : — Inisgall, i.e. Ion a, 
Tiree, Coll, Canna, and Rum. 



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Engleschyria : — England. 

Englewria : — England. 

Ennabren'iis : — Of Balfenora, co. 
Clare. 

Eouereon : — Abercom, Scotland. 

Eouerwicum : — York. 

Eotiesum :— Evesham, Worces- 
tershire. 

Eot/rus : — River Nore, Ireland. 

Epeiacum, Epiacum : — Hexham, 
or Papcastle See Apiacum. 

Epidii : — Tribe living in Cantire. 

Epidium Insula : — Islay. 

Epidium promontorium : — Mull of 
Cantire. 

Epocessa : — Perhaps Upper Stan- 
ton, Herefordshire. 

Erchenefelda : — Irchingfield, 
Herefordshire. 

Erdingeley a : — Ar dingley , Sus- 
sex. 

Erdini: — People of Fermanagh. 
Ireland. 

Ergadia : — Argyle. 

Eripolensis : — Of Jerpont, 
Ossory. 

Ermonia : — Ormond, Tipperary. 

Ernulphi Curia : — Eynesbury, 
Hunts. 

Erpeditani. See Erdini. 

Esca :^ River Esk, Dumfries. 

Esica. See ^sycha. 

Esse Insula : — Stourmouth (?), 

Kent. 
Esselega : — Ashley. 
Essendona : — ^Ashdon, Essex. 
Essexa : — Essex. 
Estantona : — Stanton. 



Estlega : — Astley, Worcester- 
shire. 

Estratona : — Stratton, Bedford- 
shire. 

Estreia : — Eastry, Kent. 

Estrindia : — East Riding. 

Estsexia : — Essex. 

Esturministra : — Sturminster, 
Dorset. 

Ethandunum : — Haddington, 

Wilts. 

Ethelingia : — Athelney, Somer- 
set. 

Ethona : — Nuneaton, Warwick- 
shire. 

Etlingeleia : — Athelney, Somer- 
set. 

Etocetum : — Kingsbury, War- 
wickshire ; or Wall, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Etona : — Nuneaton, Warwick- 
shire. 

Euania. See Meuania. 

Eubonia : — Isle of Man. See 
Mania. 

Euenludus Flu. : — River Even- 
lode, in Oxfordshire. 

Euerwica, Euertcika : — York. 
Eufania : — Isle of Man. 
Euonium : — Dunstaffnage, Ar- 
gyll- 

Eura : — River Ure or Yore, 
Yorks. 

Exa Flu. : — River Exe, Devon- 
shire. 

Exancestria : — Exeter. 

Excambium Regium : — The 
Royal Exchange, London. 

Excestra : — Exeter. 



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Exexa : — Essex. 

Exoche : — Gunfleet, Essex ; or 

Wintertonness, Norfolk. 
Exonia : — Exeter. 

Exosades : — Islands ofE Norfolk 
or Essex. 

Exploratorum Castra : — Burgh 

by Sands, Cumberland. 
Extensio. See Exoche. 
Eya: — Eye, Norfolk. 



F. 

Fayrovella : — FairweU, Stafford- 
shire. 

Fala Flu. : — River Fal, Corn- 
wall. 

Falensis Partus : — Falmouth. 

Fanocodi : — A town in Cumber- 
land. 

Fanum ad Taffum : — Llandaff, 
Glamorganshire. 

Fanum Andreee : — St. Andrew's, 
Scotland. 

Fanum Canici : — Kilkenny. 

Fanum Christi: — Christchurch, 
Hants. 

Fanum, Germani : — Llanarmon, 
Denbigh. 

Famim Iltuti : — Llantwit, Gla- 
morganshire. 

Fanum, luonis Persia : — St. Ive's, 
Hunts. 

Fanum. Leonis : — Leominster, 
Herefordshire. 

F'anum Neoti: — St.Neot's, Hunts. 

Fanum Oswaldi: — Nostal, Yorks. 

Fanum Reguli: — St. Andrew's, 
Scotland, also called Kirk- 
rule and Kilrule. 

Fanum S. Albani : — St. Alban's, 
Herts. 



Fanum S. Asaphi: — St. Asaph's, 

Flintshire. 
Fanum S. Bofolphi : — Boston, 

Lincolnshire. 

Fanum S. Edmundi : — Bury St. 
Edmund's, Suffolk. 

Fanum S, Johannis : — St. John's, 
Roscommon, Ireland. 

Fanum S. Mauditi : — St. Mawe's, 

Cornwall. 
Fanum Stephani : — Kirkby-Ste- 

phen, Westmoreland. 

Fanum Teclce : — Llandegla, Den- 
bigh ; S. Tecla's Chapel, an 
island at the mouth of the 
Wye. 

Farina : — Fearn, Ross. 

Farlega : — Farley or Farleigh 
Monkton, Wilts. A cell to 
Lewes Priory. 

Fauoria : — Faure, Meath, Ire- 
land. 

Faustini Villa. See Villa Faus- 
tini. 

Fawenses : — Inhabitants of 
Fowey, Cornwall. 

Felicia : — Fehxstow, Suffolk. 

Felicis Oppidum : — Flixton, Suf- 
folk. 

Ferberga : — Famborough. 

Ferlega. See Farlega. 

Ferleia. See F'arlega. 

Fermedona : — Farringdon, 
Hants. 

Fernce : — Ferns, Wexford, Ire- 
land. 

Fernlega. See Farlega. 

Fernum. See Fernce. 

Ferulega : — Hereford. 

Fibrilega, Fibrolega : — Beverley, 
Yorks. 



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375 



Fifburgensis : — Of the Five Bo- 
roughs — Lincoln, Notting- 
ham, Derby, Leicester, and 
Stamford. 

Finnahrensis : — Of Kilfenora, 
alias Edumabrach, alias 
Fenabore, co. Clare, Ireland. 

Fisela : — Fishlake. Yorks (?). 

Flayajlora, Flauflor : — Sparsholt, 
Berks. 

Flatta Ccesariensis : — Province of 
Roman Britain between the 
Thames, Humber, and Mer- 
sey ; or between Humber, 
Mersey, and Great Wall. 

Flexelega, Flexlega : — Flaxley, 
Gloucestershire. 

FUntia : — Flint. 

Fluentanus Career : — Fleet 

Prison, London. 
t'lumen Dei : — Kilbegain, co. 

Meath. 
Fons Amnensis : — Amwell, Herts. 

Fons Brigidce : — Bridewell, Lon- 
don. 

Fons Clarus : — Sherborne, Dor- 
set. 

Funs Clericorum : — Clerkenwell, 
London. 

Fons Interfraxinus : — Ashweli, 
Herts. 

Fons Limpidus : — Fairwell, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Fons Sacer :— Holywell. 

Fons S. Patricii: — Ballintobber, 

CO. Mayo. 
Fons ScoticB : — Scotland- well, 

Kinross. 

Fons Virus : — Maur, co. Cork. 

FontnntB : — Fountains Abbey, 
Yorks. 



Fontanetum^ Fontanensis Eccle- 
sia : — "Wells, Somerset. 

Fontes : — Wells ; Fountains 

Abbey, Yorks. 
Fonticuli : — Wells. 

Fontis, Villa : — Holywell, Flint- 
shire. 

Fordunum : — Fordoun, co. Kin- 
cardine, Scotland. 

Forenna : — Part of the city of 
WeUs. 

Forgium : — Kilmoney Abbey, co. 
Clare. 

Forneseta : — Forcett, Yorks. 

Fors* de Caritute: — A Cistercian 
house in Wensleydale, Yorks. 

ForthcB CEstuarium, Fortheia : — 
Firth of Forth. 

Forum : — Cheap, London. 

Forum Jouis : — Marazion, Corn- 
wall. 

Fouera, Fouria : — Fore, West- 
meath. 

FraxuUi Flu. : — In Derbyshire. 

Freskeuattera : — Freshwater, 
Isle of Wight. 

Fretum Britannicum, Fretum 
Gallicum, Fretum Morino- 
rum : — The Straits of Dover. 

Frigidum Mantellum : — Free- 
mantle, Hants. 

Frigmareventus : — Winchelsea, 
Sussex. 

Friscodunense coenobiutn : — Fres- 
tou Abbey, Lincolnshire. 

Frodrenela : — Fotharta, Lein- 
ster, Ireland. 

Fromus, Froma : — River Frome. 

Frumentarius Mons : — Comhill, 
London. 



* Query, Fons ? 



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G. 



Gabaglanda. See Amboglanna. 

Gabrantonicorum, Gabrantoui- 
corum Sinus : — Bridlington 
or Filey Bay, Yorkshire. 

Gabrocentum, Gabrosentis : — 
Q-ateshead, Durham ; Black 
Dyke or Drumburgh, Cum- 
berland. 

Gadeni : — Inhabitants of Fife, 
Tweeddale, March, and Lo- 
thian, in Scotland. 

Gadiua : — Aberffraw, in the Isle 
of Anglesey. 

Gaelwallia : — Galloway, Scot- 
land. 

G aiding tona : — Geddington, 
Northants. 

Gaingtona — Geddington. 

Gaini : — People of Lincoln- 
shire. 

Gainiburgus : — Gainsborough, 
Lincolnshire. 

Galacum : — Appleby, Kendal, or 
Whallop Castle, Westmore- 
land. 

Galaua : — Old Town, Keswick, 
or Wythburn, Cumberland ; 
or Walwick, Northumber- 
land. 

Galensis : — A Welshman. 

Galetum : — Langley Gale, 

Sussex. 
Galewegia : — Galloway. 
Galienses : — Men of Galloway. 
Gallaua. See Galaua. 

Galleua Atrebatum : — Guildford, 
Silchester, Henley, Read- 
ing, Wallingford, Calve Pit 
Farm, near Reading, or 
Haslemere, Surrey. 



Galliua : — Galway, Ireland. 

Gallouidia : — Galloway, Scot- 
land. 

Gallunio : — Aldborough. See 
Isurium. 

Gallutum. See Galacum. 

Galueia : — ^Galloway. 

Galuia : — Galway. 

Gahvalenses : — People of Gallo- 
way. 

Galwedia, Galwegia : — Gallo- 
way. 

Galweia : — Galloway. 

Gangani : — People of Con- 
naught, Ireland. 

Ganganum promontorium : — 
Braichy PwU Point, Caer- 
narvonshire. 



Garbantorigum 
Scotland. 



-Caerlaverock, 



Gareotha : — Gaury or Gowrie(?), 
Scotland. 

Gariannonum : — Yarmouth, or 
Burgh Castle, Norfolk. 

Garmundi Via : — Garmondsway, 
Durham. 

Garrienis, Garyenus, Flu. : — 
Yare River, Norfolk. 

Garry eni Fluvii ostium : — Yar- 
mouth. 

Gauinga : — Wenge, Bucks. 

Gaurouicum: — Warwick. See 
Verouicum. 

Gausennce, Gausennis. See Cau- 
sennce. 

Gauelforda : — Camelford, Corn- 
wall. 

Gedewurda : — Jedburgh, Rox- 
burghshire. 



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377 



Gegenforda : — Gainford, Dur- \ 

ham 
Geldeforda :— Guildford, Surrey. , 

Genesborwia: — Gainsborough, 
Lincolnshire. 

Genunii: — People living on the 
border of Scotland. 

Gereseya : — Jersey. 
Gerewedona : — Garendon, Leices- 
tershire. 

Gernemua, Gernemutha : — Yar- 
mouth, Norfolk. 

Gerneria : — Guernsey. 

Geroldona : — Garendon, Leices- 
tershire. 

Gersuium : — Jersey. 

Geueiitonce : — Chevington, Suf- 
folk. 

Geuini : — A river in Wales that 
runs into the Eiver Usk. 

Geuissi : — West Saxons. 

Gipeswica, Gippeuiciim : — Ips- 
wich, Suffolk. 

Girouicum : — Jarrow, Durham. 

Giruii: — Inhabitants of the 
Fens. 

Giruum, Girwa: — Jarrow, Dur- 
ham. 

Giuela : — YeovQ, Somerset. 

Glamorgania, Glamorgantia : — 
Glamorganshire. 

Glandelacum : — Glendalough, 
Wicklow, Ireland. 

Glannibanta, Glanouenta. See 
Clanouenta. 

Glasbiria : — Glasbury, Breck- 
nock. 

Glasconia : — Glastonbury, 
Somerset. 



Glnscouium : — Glasgow. 

Glascua : — Glasgow. 

Glascum : — Glascwm, Eadnor- 
shire. 

Glasquum : — Glasgow. 

Glastinchiria : — Glastonbury, 
Somerset. 

Glastonia : — Glastonbury. 

Glaudiocestra : — Gloucester. 

Glauorna, Glaworna : — Glouces- 
ter. 
Ghastonia : — Glastonbury. 

Glenus : — Eiver Glen, North- 
umberland. 

Glessoburgus : — Glastonbury. 

Glestingia, Glestonia : — Glaston- 
bury. 

Gleuum : — Gloucester. 

Gloceslria, Gloecestra : — Glou- 
cester. 

Glota : — Isle of Arran. 

Glota, Glottiana : — Eiver Clyde, 
Scotland. 

Gloueceastria, Glouernia, Glowe- 
cestria : — Gloucester. 

Gobannium : — Abergavenny, 
Monmouthshire. 

Goccium. See Coccium. 

Goderici Castrum : — Goodrich 
Castle, Herefordshire. 

Godestoun : — Godstow, Oxford- 
shire. 

Godritona : — Codrington, Glou- 
cestershire. 

Gouheria : — Gower, Glamorgan- 
shire. 
Grcecolada : — Cricklade, Wilts. 

Grampius Mons : — The Gram- 
pians. 



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Grangia : — Grranslia, Down, Ire- 
land. 

Granta : — River Cam, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Granta, Grantanus Pons: — Cam- 
bridge. 

Grantebreggia : — Cambridge, 
sometimes Cambridgeshire. 

Graua : — Grovebury, Beds. 

Grauesenda : — Gravesend, Kent. 

Greglada : — Cricklade, Wilts. 

Grenewicum : — - Greenwich, 

Kent. 
Grenouicus, Grenouicum : — 

Greenwich, Kent. 
Grenteburga : — Cambridge. 
Greua : — Gravesend. 

Greuanus : — River Girvan, Ayr- 
shire. 

Grimboldesessa : — Grombold 
Ash, Gloucestershire. 

Grinuicum : — Greenwich. 

Grossus Mons : — Grosmont, 
Monmouthshire. 

Grubba : — Gubeon, Northum- 
berland (Gullane?). 
Guala, Guallia : — Wales. 
Guarce, Guarus : — Ware, Herts. 
Guella : —Wells, Norfolk. 

Guerfa Flu. : — The Eiver 
Wharf e, Yorkshire. 

Guidonicus Cliuus : — Guy's Cliff, 
Warwickshire. 

Guildhalda Teutonicorum : — The 
Steel Yard, London. 

Guilon Flu.: — River Will, or 
Wiley, Wiltshire. 

Guincestria : — Winchester. 

Guinethia : — Wales. 



Guinta : — Gwent, a province in 
South Wales, between tJsk 
and Wye. 

Guinuga: — Wenge, Bucks. 

Guiramutha : — Wearmouth, 

Durham. 
Guiunga : —Wenge, Bucks. 
Guldeforda: — Guildford, Surrey. 

Gumicastrum : — Godmanchester, 

Hunts. 
Gwallia : — Wales. 
Gwirchia : — Chirk, Denbigh. 
Gyruum : — Jarrow, Durham. 



H. 



Habenduna : — Abingdon, Berks. 

Habitancum : — Risingham, 

Northumberland. 
Habus : — The Humber. 

Hadriani Murus : — Picts' Wall, 

or Wall of Hadrian. 
Hmbuda. See Ebuda. 
Hamodce. See AcmodcB. 
Hafren Flu. : — The Severn. 

Haga : — The Hay, or Hasely, in 
Brecknockshire. 

Hagulstada : — Hexham, North- 
umberland ; Alston, Cum- 
berland. 

Hagustaldunum : — Hexham, 
Northumberland . 

Haia : — Eye, Suffolk ; Hay, 
Brecknockshire. 

Halmnus : — River Avon, Hants. 

Hamonis Partus: — Southampton. 

Hamptonia, Hamtona: — South- 
ampton ; Northampton ; 
Hampton. 



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Hancstesia : — Hinksey, Oxford- 
shire. 

Hansus Flu. : — Eiver Hans, 
Staffordshire. 

Hantonia : — Hampshire. 

Haraia: — Harris, one of the 

Hebrides. 
Harefordia : — Hereford. 

Harlecum : — Harlech, Merion- 
ethshire. 

Harlepolis : — Hartlepool, Dur- 
ham. 

Haroldi Crux : — Harold's Cross, 
near Dublin. 

Haruicum : — Harwich, Essex. 

Hastinga : — Hastings, Sussex. 

Hauerberga : — Harborough, 

Warwickshire. 
Hauerfordia : — Haverfordwest, 

Pembrokeshire. 

Haugustaldium. See Hagustal- 

dunum. 
Hauma : — Hamme, Berks. 
Hauteuorta : — High worth, Wilts. 

Hauxoniensis : — Of Hawkshead, 
Lancashire. 

Hay a : — Hay, Brecknockshire. 

Heastinga : — Hastings, Sussex. 

Hebrides : — A cluster of Isles on 
the West side of Scotland. 

Hebuda. See Ebuda. 

Hederosum Monasterium : — Ivy- 
church, Wilts. 

Hedros. See Edros. 

Hedwa : — Hythe, Kent. 

Hegdunensis : — Of Annaghdown, 
CO. Clare, Ireland. 

Heia : — Hythe, Kent. 

Heisa : — Hayea, Kent. 



Helaturnum: — EUerton (?), 
Yorkshire. 

Helenum promontorium : — Land's 
End. 

Helia : — Ely, Cambridgeshire. 

Helma : — Helmington, Durham. 

Helmanensis : — Of Elmham, 
Suffolk. 

Helmelum : — Elmley. 

Hengestesdunum : — Hengston 
Hill, Cornwall. 

Henlega : — Henley - upon- 
Thames, Oxfordshire. 

Henoforthum : — Hereford. 

Herboldona : — Harbledown, 
Kent. 

Hernleia : — Hurley, Berks. 

Heortforda : — Hertford. 

Heoueshamnensis : — Of Evesham, 
Worcestershire. 

Heppa : — Shap, Westmoreland. 

Herculis promontorium : — Hart- 
land Point, Devonshire. 

Herdingheleia : — Ardingly, 
Sussex. 

Herefordia : — Hereford, formerly 
Ariconium. 

Herkeloua: — Arklow,Connaught. 

Herlaua : — Harlow, Essex. 

Hertfordia : — Hertford. 

Hesperides : — Scilly Isles. 

Hestelega : — Astley, Warwick- 
shire. 

Hestinga : — Hastings, Sussex. 

Hestingi: — East Angles. 

Hetha Pratorum : — Maidenhead, 
Berks. 

Hetha Itegine : — Queenhithe. 



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Heya :— Eye, Suffolk. 

Hibernia : — Ireland, 

Hichelendunum : — Ickleton.Cam.- 
bridgeshire. 

Hichena : — River Itchen, Hants, 
Hichia coenobium : — Newbiggin, 

or Hitchin, Herts. 
Hicthteslapa : — Islip, Oxon. 

Hichtredeberia : — Heytesbury, 
Wilts. 

Hida : — Hyde, near Winchester. 

Hieron Promontorium : — Green- 
ore Point, or Carnsore Point, 
Wexford. 

Hildesleia : — Ilsley, Berks. 

Himha: — One of the Acmodse 
Islands. 

Hinchisega : — Hinksey, near Ox- 
ford. 

Hirtha : — One of the Hebrides. 

Histesleapa : — Islip, Oxfordshire. 

Hitha Reyine : — Queenhithe. 

Htihmus partus : — Hythe, Kent. 

Hledi(B : — Leeds, Kent. 

Hludense Monasterium : — Lough 
Park Abbey, Lincolnshire. 

Hodneius Flu. : — Honddhu 
River, Brecknockshire. 

Hoilandia, Hollandia : — Holland, 
a part of Lincolnshire. 

Holyoti, Castrum de : — Castle 
Holdgate, Herefordshire. 

Holmus : — Huluie, or St. Ben- 
net's-in-the-Holme, Norfolk. 

Homdeleia : — Hundsley, Yorks. 

Homelea Flu. : — River Hamble, 
opposite the Isle of Wight, 
Hants. 



Horesti : — People living north of 
the Firth of Forth. 

HorJca : — Dunnet Head, Caith- 
ness. 

Hornecastra : — Homcastle, Lin- 
colnshire. 

Horspada : — Horspath, Oxon. 

Hospitium Leonis : — Lyon's Inn, 
London. 

Hothenia : — Rivers Hodni or 
Honddu, in Brecknockshire 
and Monmouthshire. 

Houendena : — Hoveden, Yorks. 

Houlandia. See Hoilandia. 

Hripum : — Ripon, Yorks. 

Hrofi^ Hrosi Civitas : — Roches- 
ter. 

Hulla, Hullus: — Kingston-upon- 
Hull, Yorkshire. 

Hultonia : — Ulster, Ireland. 

Humbra Flu. : — River Humber. 

Hundesdena : — Hunsdon, Herts. 

Hundredeskelda : — Hunder- 
thwaite, Yorks. 

Huneyetona : — Honington or 
Hunnington, Staffordshire. 

Hunyreforda : — Hungerford, 
Berks. 

Hunnum : — Sevenshale, or Hal- 
ton Chesters, Northumber- 
land. 

Hunsdona : — Hunsdon, Herts. 

Huntendonia, Huntundona : — 
Huntingdon. 

Hurstanum Castellum : — Hurst 
Castle, Hants. 

Hursteleya : — Hurley, Berks. 

Husseburna : — Hurstbourne, 
Hants. 



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Uuya :— Holy Island. 

Hwerwella : — Wherwell, Hants. 

Hwiciii : — People of Worcester- 
shire, and about the Severn. 

Hydropolis : — Dorchet>ter, Oxon. 

Hymalia : — Achad-Fobhair, co. 
Mayo. 

Hymhrionenses, Hymbronenses : — 
People of Northumberland. 

Hyrebuthla : — Harbottle, 
Northumberland. 

Hyrtha : — One of the Hebrides. 

Hyta :— Hythe, Kent. 



I. 



Iberni : — People of Desmond, 
Ireland. 

Ibernia : — Ireland. 

Ibernio : — Bere Regis, or Tweme, 
Dorset. 

Ibernium : — Iwerne, Dorset. 

Ibetnis: — Dunkerrin, King's Co., 
Ireland. 

Iberran : — A town in Scotland, 
north of the Forth. 

Icannum : — Boston, Lincoln- 
i'hire. 

Iceni : — People of Sutfoik, Nor- 
folk, Cambridge, and Hun- 
tingdon shires. 

Iciani, Jcinos : — C hesterford, 
Essex ; Thetford or Ig- 
borough, Norfolk ; or 
Southwold, Suffolk. 

Icini. See Iceni. 

Ictis Insula : — St. Michael's 
Mount, Cornwall ; or, per- 
haps, the Isle of Wight 
^ Vectis). 



Idumanus : — Black water River, 
or the mouth of the Stour 
and Orwell, Essex. 

lena astuarium : — Wigton Bay, 
Galloway. 

lerne, lernis : — Ireland. 

lernus : — River Erne, or Ken- 
mare Bay, Ireland. 

Igenia : —Part of Flintshire. 

Ihona. See lona. 



lla Flu. 
land. 



-River Wick, Scot- 



Ila Insula : — Isla, west of Scot- 
land. 

niega Combusta : — Brent Eleigh 
or lUegh, Suffolk. 

Illega Monachorum : — Monk's 
Eleigh, Suffolk. 

Imelaca : — Emly, co. Tipperary. 

Imelensis : — Of Emly. 

Imensa cestuarium: — Mouth of 

the Thames. 
Imlaca :— Emly. 

Immemera : — Mere, Wilts. 

Incuneningum : — Cunning- 
ham (?), Scotland. 
Inderauuda : — Beverley, Yorks. 
Ingetlingus : — Gilling, Yorks. 
Ingtruum : — Jarrow, Durham. 

Ingoluesinera : — Ingoldmells, 
Lincolnshire. 

Inmeleccensis : — Of Emly, Tip- 
perary. 

Innerlothea : — Inverlochy, Inver- 
ness. 

Insula : — Eynesham, or Cnsham, 
Oxfordshire ; Axholm, Lin- 
colnshire ; Isle, near Stock- 
ton, Durham ; Little Island, 
W^ateiford Harbour. 



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Insula Cervi : — Hartlepool, Dur- 
ham. 

Insula Sacra : — Ireland ; also 
Holy Island, Northumber- 
land. 

Insula Missarum : — Inchalfray, 
Perthshire. 

Insula iSancti Columbce : — Co- 
lumbkill, lona. 

Insula Sanctorum : — Ynis Enlly, 
Bardsey, Caernarvon. 

Insula Vectis : — Isle of Wight. 
Insularis Villa : — Islington. 
Interamna, Interamnium: — Christ 
Church, Hants. 

Inuernessus : — Inverness, Scot- 
land. 

lona : — lona, or Icolmkill Isle, 
West Coast of Scotland. 

Iphletha : — Evelith, Shropshire. 

Ircenefelda : — Archenfield, or 
Irchingfield, Herefordshire. 

Iris : — Ireland. 

Isaca : — Eiver Exe, Devonshire ; 
also River Esk, Scotland. 

Isamnium : — St. John's Fore- 
land, or Point, co. Down, 
Ireland. 

Isannauantia, Isannauaria, Isan- 
nauatia : — Stony Stratford, 
Northants, or the same as 
Bannauenna ; Allchester, 
Oxon, between Wendlebury 
and Bicester. 

Isannium. See Isamnium. 

Isca :— River Exe ; River Usk. 

Isca : — Liskeard, Cornwall. 

Isca Dumnoniorum, : — Chisel- 
borough, Somerset ; or Exe- 
ter, 



Isca Legio II. Augusta, Iscelegua 
Augusti, Isca Silururn, Isca- 
mum : — Caerleon, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Iscalis : — Ivelchester, now II- 
chester, Somerset. 

Iscamum : — Caerleon. 

Ischalis. See Iscalis, 

Isiacum : — Oxford. 

Isiburna : — Woburn, Bedford- 
shire. 

Isidis Insula : — Ousney, or Ose- 
ney, near Oxford. 

Isidis Vadum : — Oxford. 

I sis Flu. : — River Isis, Oxford ; 
the Ouse, Buckinghamshire; 
and the Ouse, Yorkshire. 

Istelhorda : — Isleworth, Middle- 
sex. 

Isubrigantum. See Isurium. 

Isuria : — Yorkshire. 

Isurium : — Aldborough, or 
Boroughbridge, Yorkshire. 

Isurouicum : — York. 

Ittingaforda : — Hitchin, Herts. 

Itucadon : — A town between 
Tyne and Forth. 

Ituma, Ituna : — River Eden, 
Cumberland ; or Sol way 
Firth. 

Itys : — Loch Eu, Torridon, or 
Duich, Scotland. 



luecestra 

set. 



Ilchester, Somer- 



luerianus Pons : — Iford Bridge, 
Hants. 

luernia : — Ireland. 



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luernis : — Dunkerrin, King's 
Co., Ireland. 

luortts : — Newry, co. Armagli. 



Juctoduhna. See Magiouinium. 

Jamesa, Jamissa : — River 

Thames. 
Jano : — A town in Caithness. 
Jarum : — Yarm, Yorks. 

Jernmuthia : — Yarmouth, Nor- 
folk. 
JerouallcB : — Jervanlx, Yorks. 
Joriuallis : — Jervanlx, Yorks. 
Judaismus : — OldJewry, London. 
Jugantes. See Brigantes. 

Jugo Dei, de : — Jude or Gray, a 
Cistercian Abbey, co. Meath, 
a cell of Holme Coltram. 

Jugum Fraxinetum : — Ashridge, 
Bucks. 

Julia Strata : — A Roman road 
in South "Wales, from New- 
port to Caerleon, Caerwent, 
and the Wye. 

Jultanus Pons : — Julian Bridge, 
Wimborne Minster. 

Juliocenon. See Tunnocelum. 

Jumanius. See Eidumania. 

Juuerna : — Ireland. 



K. 

Kaerperis : — Porchester, Hants. 

Kanna : — Calne, Wilts. 

Kanus Flu. : — River Ken, or 
Kent, Westmoreland. 



Karintona : — Catherington, 
Hants. 

Karlegion : — Chester. 

I Karlenefordia : — Carlingford, 
Louth, Ireland. 

' Katenessa, Kathenessia : — Caith- 
ness, Scotland. 

Katinensis : — Of Caithness. 

Kauna : — Calne, Wilts. 

Kenceleia : — Hykinselagh, a dis- 
trict in Leinster. 

Kenelcunillia : — Tirconnel, Ul- 
ster. 

Keneleonia : — Cinel-Eoghain, 
Ulster. 

Keneta Flu. : — River Kennet, 
Berkshire. 

Kenintona : — Kennington, 
Kempton. 

Keresbitrqa : — Carisbrook, Isle 
of Wight. 

Keretica : — Ceredigion, a pro- 
vince of South Wales ; 
Cardiganshire. 

Kermelum : — Cartmel, Lanca- 
shire. 

Kerriensis Comitatus : — County 
of Kerry, Irelfind. 

Kerrigia : — Kerry. 

Kesteuena: — Kesteveu, a divi- 
sion of Lincolnshire. 
Kiemela : — Keymer, Sussex. 

Kilchennia, Kilchennium : — Kil- 
kenny, Leinster, Ireland. 

Kildabewensis : — Of Killaloe, 
Ireland. 

Kildareuensis : — Of Killaloe (?). 

Kildaria : — Kildare, Ireland. 

Killathensis : — Of KUlalla, Ire- 
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Kilmalochum : — Kilmallock, 
Limerick. 

Kilmoru : — Kilmore, co. Cavan, 
Ireland. 

Kinardeferia : — Kinardferry, Ax- 
holm. 

Kinebantum Castrum : — Kim.bol- 
ton Castle, Hunts. 

Kinetus Jluvius : — R. Kennet. 

Kirchuallum : — Kirkwall, Ork- 
ney Islands. 

Kirketona : — Kirton, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Koila. See Coualia. 

Korcensis : — Of Cork. 

Kubii Castrum : — Holyhead. 

Kyenfernensis : — Of Clonfert (?). 

Kyma : — Kyme, Yorks. 

Kynlathensis : — Of Killalla. 

Kynemeresforda : — Kempsford, 

Wilts. 
Kyrieleyson : — Odorney Abbey, 

Kerry. 
Kyuela : — Keevil, Wilts. 



Laberus : — Killare Castle, West- 
meath, Ireland. 

Lacra :-■ Castle Acre, Norfolk. 

Lactodorum, Lactorodum : — Tow- 
cester, Northants ; Stony 
Stratford, Bucks ; Bicester, 
Oxfordshire ; Bedford ; or 
Loughborough or Lutter- 
worth, Leicestershire. 

Ladeni. See Gadeni. 

Ladensis Epucopatus : — The 
bishopric of KillaUa, co. 
Mayo, Ireland. 



Laentonia : — Lanthony. 

Lcetus Locus : — Netley, Hants. 

Lagecium : — Castlef ord, near 
Pontefract, Yorks. 

Lagenia. See Laginia. 
Lagentium. See Lagecium. 
Laghlinum: — Leighlin, co. Car- 
low, Ireland. 
Laginia : — Leinster, Ireland. 
Lagubalium. See Luguvallum. 
La Hyda : — Hyde, Hants. 

Lamea, Lam,heya, Lam,itha, 
Lamithus, Lam,pheia : — 
Lambeth, Surrey. 

Lamyrii Monies : — Lammermuir 
Hill, Scotland. 

Lancasira, Lancastria : — Lan- 
caster. 

Landa : — Launde, Leicestei shire. 

Landuva : — Llandaff, Glamor- 
ganshire. 

Landinium : — London. 

Lanelvensis : — Of Llanelwy, i.e. 

St. Asaph, Wales. 
Langanum pro^nontorium. See 

Canganorum. 
Langeleia : — Langley. 
Lanhondenum : — Lanthony, 

Monmouthshire. 
Lanhondenum Claudianum : — 

Lanthony, Gloucestershire. 

Lania : — Lancashire. 

LanicolcB : — Lancashire men. 

Lannotaua : — Llandaff, Glamor- 
ganshire. 

Lanstuphadonia, Lanstauentum : 
— Launceston, Cornwall. 



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385 



Lantodhenia : — Llanthony, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Lantonin : — Llanthony, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Laodonin : — Lothian. 

Laonia : — Killaloe, eo. Tip- 
perary. 

Lapis Tilttli : — Stonor, in the 
Isle of Thanet, Kent. 

Lathelada : — Lechlade, Glouces- 
tershire. 

Latisaquensis : — Lewes, Sussex. 

Latum Btdgium. See Blatum 
Bttlgium. 

Latiatres, Lattatris, Lauan's : — 
Bowes, North Eiding of 
Yorkshire ; or Barnard 
Castle, Durham. 

Lauden ia , Lattdonia : — Lauden, 
or Lothian, Scotland. 

Lowedra : — Lauder, Berwick- 
shire. 

Lecefelda : — Lichfield, Stafford- 
shire. 

Lechenlada, Lechelada : — Lech- 
lade, Gloucestershire. 

Lechlinia : — Leighlin, co. Carlo w, 

Ireland. 
Lectoceto. See Etocetum. 

Ledanum Castrum : — Leeds 
Castle, Kent. 

Ledesia : — Leeds, Yorkshire. 

Ledone : — Dunbar. 

Legacestra : — Chester. 

Legarestria, Legecestria : — Leices- 
ter. 

Lege Dei, B. V. M. de : — Leix 
Abbey, Queen's co. 

Legeolium : — Pontefract, Castle- 
ford, Goole, or Ferrybridge, 
Yorks. See Lagecium. 



Legercestria : — Leicester. 

Leghelensis, Leghglensis : — Of 
Leighlin. 

Legio VI. Victrix: — York. 

Ltgio XX. Victrix : — Chester. 

Legionum Urbs: — Chester; Caer- 
leon. 

Legoria : — ^Leicester. 

] Legra : — River Soar, Leicester- 
i shire. 

Legrecastntm : — Leicester. 

Legrecesiria : — Leicester ; Ches- 
ter. 

. Lehecestria : — Leicester. 

Leicestria : — Leicester. 

Leis : — Leix, Leixlip, co. Kildare, 
Ireland. 

Leiaiinonius, Lelfitnnonius Sinus : 
— Loch Fyne. 

j Lelienus Flu. : — Eiver Eother, 
Kent. 

Lemana Flu. : — The Eother, 
Kent ; the Loman, Devon. 

Lemanis partus, Lemauio : — 
Lympne, Kent. 

Lemaus: — Lympne, Kent ; Lynn, 
Norfolk. 

Lena : — Monkland, Hereford. 
Lenes : — Lessness, Kent. 

Leofense Coenohium : — Leomin- 
ster, Herefordshire. 

Leaf rid Villa :— Leverington, 
Cambridgeshire. 

Leogereceastria : — Leicester. 

Leogoria . — Leicester. 

Leogus : — Lewis, one of the 
Hebrides. 

Leonense Ccenohium : — Leomin- 
ster. 

Leonis : — Lothian. 



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Leonis Casirum : — Lyons, alias 
Holt Castle, Denbighshire. 

Leonis Monasterium : — Leomin- 
ster, Herefordshire. 

Leouechenora : — Lewknor, Ox- 
fordshire. 

Leotiense Cccnobium : — Leomin- 
ster. 

Lesinm : — Lesnes or Lessness, 
Kent. 

Lesmoria : — Lismore, co. Water- 
ford. 

Lestinga : — Lastingham, Yorks. 

Lestia : — Lewes, Sussex. 

Let ha : — Leith, co. Edinburgh. 

Lethglensis : — Of Leighlin, co. 
Carlo w. 

Leuarum. See Leucarum. 

Leuca : — River Low. 

Leucarum: — Glastonbury, Somer- 
set ; Loughor, Glamorgan- 
shire ; or Llandybi, Caer- 
marthenshire. 

Leiicohihiu. See Lucopibia. 

Ijeucomago. See Verhicio, 

Leuena : — Eiver Leven, Lanca- 
shire. 

Leugosena : — Eiver Loughor, 
South Wales. 

Leuinia : — Lennox, Stirlingshire. 

Leuinus: — RiverLeven, Scotland. 

Leuiodanum : — Livingstone, Lin- 
lithgow. 

Leuioxana : — Lennox. 

Leuissa : — Lewis Island, He- 
brides. 

Leuisum : — Lewes, Sussex. 

Lewce : — Lewes. 



Itcwensis : — Of Lowes. 

Leya : — Canon Leigh, Burles- 
combe, Devon. 

Liar Fill. : — River Liver, Lanca- 
shire. 

LAbceus : — Sligo Bay. 

Libniiis : — River Liffey, Ireland. 

Licesti-ia : — Leicester. 

Licctfelda, LJchfeldia : — Lich- 
field, Staffordshire. 

Lichia : — Leach, Gloucestershire. 

Lichinus Campus : — Lichfield. 

Lidde7ius Flu. : — River Leadon, 
Herefordshire. 

Lideforda : — Lydford, Devon. 

Lidocollina : — Lincoln. 

Ligea : — River Lea. 

Ligeria : — Leicester. 

Ligrecasirum : — Leicester. 

Limenus : — R. Rother, Kent. 

Limericum : — Limerick, Ireland. 



Gravesond, 



Limes Prcetorius 
Kent. 

Limnos, Limnus : — Dalkey Isle, 
or Lambay Isle, Dublin. 

Limodomus : — Limehouse, near 
London. 

Limonius Mons : — Plinlimmon, 
Cardiganshire. 

Limpida Sylva : — Sherwood 
Forest, Notts. 

Lincolinum, Lincolnia, Linde- 
colina : — Lincoln. 

Lindeseia : — Lindsey, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Lindicolinum : — Lincoln. 

Lindis : — River Witham, Lin- 
colnshire. 



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Lindisfari: — Lindsey. | 

Lindisfarnea, Lindisfarniim : — 
Holy Island, or Farn Isle, 
on the coast of Northumber- 
land, j 

Lindisgia, Lindisi: — Lindsey, 
Lincolnshire. 

Lindtsseia : —Lindsey. ! 

LindocoUintim : — Lincoln. I 

Lindouiiim •.-JAncdiu; London. ' 

Lindum, Lindum Colonia : — Lin- j 
coin. See Lincolimim. \ 

Lindum Damniurum : — Linlith- 
gow, or Ardoch, Perth, 

Li'm'a : — Bardsey Island, Caer- i 
narvon shire. j 

Liniennus : — River Eother, Kent. 

IJnum Regis: — King's Lynn, 
Norfolk. 

Linus : — River Lin, Notts. 

Liserpalns : — I^iverpool, Lanca- 
shire. 

Lisia : — See Lissia. 

Lismora : — Lismore, co. Water- 
ford. 

Lismoria : — Lismore, Argyle- 
shire ; Lismore, co. Water- 
ford. 

Lissia : — The Wolf Rock, or 
the Seven Stones, between 
the Scilly Islands and the 
Cornish coast. 

Litana : — Linlithgow. 

Litecota : — Littlecote, Wilts. 

Litinomago : — Linlithgow. 

Liltus Altiim : — Roxburgh. 

Littus Saxonicum : — Eastern and 
southern coasts of Britain. 

Llanlienis : — Leominster, Here- 
fordshire. 



Locherinum sfagnum : — Lough 
Owel, Westmeath. 

Locus llenedictus : — Stanlawe, 
Cheshire. 

Locus Dei : — Hethorp, Glouces- 
tershire ; Hinton Charter- 
house, Somerset. 

Lodanum Castritm : — Leeds 
Castle, Kent. 

Lodeneium, Lodoneiinn, Lodonis 
(dat.) : — The Lothians, Scot- 
land. 

Loegria : — England oetween 
Humber and Severn. 

Loennais : — Lothian. 

Logi : — A tribe in Sutherland 
and Strathnairn. 

Logia Flu. : — River Bann, wliioh 
flows north from Lough 
Neagh. Camden applies the 
name to Lough Foyle. 

Logus : — River Llugwy, Wales. 

Loidis : — Lothian. 

Lokerleia : — Lockerley, Hants. 

Lomandus. See Lomundus. 

Lombormora : — Lammermoor, 
Midlothian. 

Lomea : — The Goodwin Sands. 

Lomithis : — Lambeth. 

Lomidia : — Lemallyon, Cornwall. 

Lomundus : — Loch Lomond. 

; Lonais : — Lothian. 

; Loncaslria : — Lancaster. 

I Londa: — Launde, Leicestershire. 

Londinio, Londinium, Londinia 
Augusta : — London. 

Londino-Derid : — Londonderry, 
I Ireland. 

Londinum, Londonia, Londonia : 
— London. 

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Longa Leta : — Longleat, Wilts. 

Longouicnriorum, Longoiiico : — 
Lancliester, or Chester-le- 
Street, Durham ; or Lan- 
caster. 

Longum JEsiuartum : — Loch 
Linnhe, Argyleshire. 

Longus Pons : — Longbridge, 
Gloucestershire. 

Loonia : — Lothian. 

Louenthium : — Powysland, in 
Wales. See also Luentinum. 

Lounecastra : — Lancaster. 

Loxa: — River Lossie, Elgin; or 
the Loth, Sutherland. 

Loxa Civitas : — Tnvei'lochy, Scot- 
land. 

Luceni : — The people of West 
Munster. 

Lucga : — River Lugg, Hereford- 
shire. 

Lucopibia : — Whitherne, Grallo- 
way. 8ee Candida Casa. 

Luctis Benedictus : — Stanlawe 
Abbey, Cheshire. 

Luda : — Louth, L'oland ; Louth, 
Line. ; Ludlow. 

Luddolocus,Ludelaiva : — Ludlow, 
Shropshire. 

Lnentinum : — Llanddewybrefy, 
Cardiganshire. 

Lugas : — River Lug, Hereford- 
shire. 

Lugdunum : — Louth, Ireland. 

Lugensis : — Of Louth, Ireland. 

Lughbelunensts : — Of Louth, Ire- 
land. 

Lugi: — People in the north of 
Scotland, 



Lugttballi((, Ltigtiballium : — Car- 
lisle, or Plumpton Wall, 
Cumberland. 

Lugundinum: — Lanchester, Dur- 
ham. 

Luguuallum : — Carlisle, Cumber- 
land. See Luguballin. 

Luia : — Louth (?). 

Luia : — River Lea, Herts. 

Lumbriciis : — Limericlc. 

Lummalea : — Lumley, Durham. 

Lumniacum, Lumpnuicinn : — 
Limerick. 

Luna: — Lynn, Norfolk. 

Lundii : — Monk Bretton, Yorks. 

Lundinium, Lundoiiia : — London. 

L^unia : — Lancashire. 

Lutudarum : — Tapton, near Ches- 
terfield, Derbyshire. 

Lutum: — Louth, Ireland. 

Ltiua : — Louth County, Ireland. 

Luueth : — Louth (?), Ireland. 

Lnuius : — River Lee, Cork. 

Ljychefeldid : — Lichfield, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Lyssa : — Liss, Hants. 



M. 

Maeatonion : — The same as Ari- 
conium. 

Machui : — Mayo, Ireland. . 

Macolicum : — Mallow, co. Cork, 
Ireland. 

Madus: — Maidstone, Kent, or 
Strood. See Vagniacee. 



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389 



Mmtta: — People li^•ing near the 
Wall of Antonine. 

Mayesette : — The peoj^le of Rad- 
norshire, or Herefordshire. 

Magiouiniuni, Magiouintum : — 
Dunstable or Ash well. Beds; 
or Fenny Stratford, or 
Aj'lesbur}-, Bucks. 

Magis : — Pierce Bridge, Dtuham, 
or Lonsdale Hundred, Lane. 

Magiuin : — Xenay, co. Cork. 

JIaglonte, MagloiKB : — Machyn- 
lleth, Montgomeryshire ; 
Greta Bridge, Yorks ; or 
Lancaster. 

Jlagnis: — Bowuess,Cumberland; 
Caerv'oran or Chester- in-the- 
Wall, near Haltwhistle, 
Northumberland ; Ken- 
chester, or Old Radnor, 
Herefordshire. 

Mugnitum. See Magiouinium. 

Magnus Partus : — Portsmouth. 

Maia: — May Island, in the Firth 
of Forth. 

Maidulphi Curia, Maidulphi 
Urbs: — Malmesbury, Wilts. 

Maigonensis: — Of Mayo, Ireland. 

Mailenia : — Maelienydd, a pro- 
vince in Powys, North 
Wales. 

Mailoria Wallica : — May lor, 
Flintshire. 

Maina Flu. : — The Mintern, 
Dorset. 

Maionensis : — Of Mayo. 

Malata : — Isle of Mull. 

Mala Platea : — Near Wenlock, 
Shropshire. 

Malbanus Vicus, Vicus Malbus : 
— Wyz Mauban, Nautwich, 
Cheshire. 



Malcolicnm : — Mallow, co. Cork. 

Maldunense Ccenohium : — 

Malmesbury Abbey, Wilts. 

Malea Platea : — 111 Street, 
Cheshire. 

Malesherqia : — Marlborough, 
Wilts. 

Maleos : — Isle of Mull, west of 
Scotland. 

Malinesbiria : — Malmesburj'. 

Malum Oppidum: — Yeovil, 
Somerset. 

Malus Passus : — Malpas, 
Cheshire. 

Maluerna, Maluernia, Maluer- 
nuin: — Malvern, Worcester- 
shire. 

Mameceastra : — Manchester, 
Lancashire. 

Matnucium : — Manchester. 

Manapia : — Wicklow, or AVex- 
ford, Ireland. 

Manaul. See Meneuia. 

Mancunium : — Manchester. 

Manduesseduni : — Mancetter, or 
Kenil worth, Warwickshire. 

Mania, Manna, Mannia : — The 
Isle of Man. 

Mannechestria : — Mancetter, 
Warwickshire. 

Mantauis : — St. David's, Pem- 
brokeshire. 

Mantio : — Manchester. 

Manucium : — Manchester. 

Mara, Foresta de : — Delamere 
Forest, Cheshire. 

Maraicuda: — Marwood, Durham, 

Marchenium : — Roxburgh. 

Marchia : — March, or Mers, 
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Marchia Wallice : — The Marches 
or Borders of Wales. 

March idun urn: — Roxburgh . 

Marcotaxon : — A town north of 
the Wall of Antonine. 

Mare Briiannicum : — The 
English Channel. 

Mare Caledonium : — The Scotch 
Sea. 

Mare Hihcrnicumi : — The Irish 
Channel. 

Mare Sabrinianum : — The Severn 
Sea. 

Jfare Virginium, Verginium : — 
The sea on the south of 
Ireland. 

Margaberga : — Marlborough, 
Wilts. 

Margiduniim, Margitudum : — 
"^^- East Bridgeford, Notts ; or 
Moilnt Sorrel, Leicester- 
shire. 

Maridunum : — Caermarthen. 

Mariscallia : — The Marshalsea, 
London. 

Marlehrigia : — Marlborough. 

Marnia : — Mearns, Kincardine, 
Scotland. 

Marria : — Marr, Aberdeen, Scot- 
land. 

Martona : — Merton, Surrey. 

Masona : — A town probably in 
Devonshire. 

Massamensis Pons : — Masham 
Bridge, Yorks. 

Matillis Castcllum : — Painscastle, 
Herefordshire. 

Matouion : — A town north.of the 
Wall of Antonine. 



Mnuditi Castruin : — St. Mawe's 
Castle, Cornwall. 

Maulion : — A toAvn north of the 
Wall of Antonine. 

Mauordina : — Marden, Hereford- 
shire. 

Mauia : — -EiverMaw, Merioneth- 
shire. 

Mauritanea : — probably Llan- 
badarn Vaur, Cardiganshire. 

Mauthia : — Meath, Ireland. 

Maxima Casaricnsis : — Province 
of Britain, north of the 
Humber and Eibble, and 
south of Tyne ; or the 
Scotch Highlands,, north of 
the Wall of Severus. 

Mealdunum : — Maldon, Essex. 

Mealmeshiria : — Malmesbury , 

Mealtuna : — Malton, Yorks. 

Meandari. See Meanuari. 

Meannari: — A tribe living in 
Hampshire, whose name 
remains in Estmeon and 
Westmeon Hundreds. 

Mearlsberga. : — Marlborough, 
Wilts. 

Meatce : — People of Lothian. 

Meaudunum : — Maldon, Essex. 

Medeguaia : — Piver Medway, 

Medena : — Newport, Isle of 
Wight. 

Medeshamstuiidensis : — Of Peter- 
borough, Northants. 

Media : — County of Meath, Ire- 
land. 

Mediamnis : — Medmenham, 
Bucks. 

Medimna : — Christchurch, 
Hants. 

Mediolanium : — Middleham, 
Yorks. 



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Mediolanum: — Llanvyllin or 
Meifofi, Montgomery ; or 
Nantwich, Cheshire ; Dray- 
ton, Whitchurch, or Bear- 
stone, Shropshire ; or Ches- 
terton, Warwickshire. 

Mediomanum : — The same as 
Mediolanum, or Maentwrog, 
^lerionethshire. 

Medionemeton : — On the Wall of 
Antonine. 

Mediterranei Angli : — People of 
the Midland Counties. 

Medius Vicus : — Middlewich, 
Cheshire. 



Meduaga, Mediceacus 
Medway. 

-Isle of MuU. 



Eiver 



Mela 

MeJamon : — In Devonshire. 

Melanclani, Melanchlani: — 
People of the Scilly Islands. 

Melduna : — Maldon, Essex. 

Meldunum : — Malmesbury, Wilt- 
shire. 

Melesbtiria : — Melbury, Dorset. 

Melezo : — In Dorset. 

Mella monasterium : — Meaux 
Abbey, Yorks. 

Mellifons : — Mellifont, Louth. 

Melsa : — Meaux, Yorks. 

Me)7ianturu7n : — A town north of 
the AVall of Antonine. 

Menan : — Meneg, Cornwall. 

Menapii : — Tribe iuhabitiug 
Wexford. 

Menauia : — Isle of Man. 

Menes : — Meon, Hants. 

Meneuia : — St. David's, Pem- 
brokeshire. 



Mennn : — Meneg, Cornwall. 

J/eitstrn : — Minster, Kent. 

Mentee: — People on the Scotch 
Border. See Meatce. 

Meodeicega : — Eiver Medway. 

Mercia : — Middle part of Eng- 
land. 

Mercii : — Inhabitants of Mercia. 

Merionith ia : — Merionethshire. 

Merleherga : — Marlborough, 
Wilts. 

Merleberia, MerJebrigia : — Marl- 
borough. 

Mersriim : — Marske, York?. 

Mersln : — Eiver Mersey, 
Cheshire. 

Mertce : — Tribe inhabiting 
Sutherland. 

Meruinia : — Merionethshire. 

Metaris ^stuarium : — TheWash, 
Norfolk. 

Meuania : — Isle of Man ; Angle- 
sey. 

Jlibn : — Midhurst, Sussex. 

Micelnia, Michenm'a, Michlania : 
— Muchelney, Somerset. 

Mictis. See Ictis. 

Mida : — Meath, Ireland. 

Midcelania: — Muchelney, Somer- 
set. 

Middlesexia : — Middlesex. 

Midi'a :— Meath. 

Mildeshala :— Mildenhall, Suf- 
folk. 

Mildetunptisis : — Of Middleton, 
Dorset. 

Miltdunum: — same as Md- 
dtinum (?). 

Milfordiensis Partus : — Milford 
Haven. 



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yiilidunum : — In Devonshire. 

Milleferda : — Milford, Pem- 
brokeshire. 

Milnerdicus Portus : — Milford 
Haven. 

Minarii Monies: — Mendip Hills, 
•Somerset. 

Mincheneleya : — Canonleigh, 
Burlescombe, Devon. 

Mineruce Insula : — Peninsula of 
Morvern, Argyleshire. 

Jli'ra Vallis : — Mere vale, 
AVarwickshire. 

Mirmanton : — According to Nen- 
nius the same as CairSegeint, 
which Henry of Hunting- 
don says is Silchester ; but 
one MS. of Nennius adds, 
" Id est urbs Eboraca.^^ 

Mitfordia : — Mitford, Northum- 
berland. 

Mochinga : — Mucking, Essex. 

Modanus : — Eiver Liffey, Ire- 
land. 

Alodanius : — River Mourne ; once 
applied to the Foyle. 

Moina : — Man. 

Molis Flu. : — The Mole, Surrey. 

Motnonia : — Province of Mun- 
ster, Ireland. 

Mona : — Anglesey. 

Mona Ulterior : — Isle of Man. 

Jlonachodunmn : — Monkton, 
Yorks. 

Monuchopolis : — Newcastle - on - 
Tyne (Munekeceastre). 

Monaceda, Monapia : — The Isle 
of Man. 

Monasteriuni Cornutum : — Horn- 
church, Essex. 



Monasterium Hederosum : — Ivy- 
church, Wilts. 

Monega : — Anglesey. 

Monemuta : — Monmouth. 

Monia : — Anglesey ; Man. 

Monmuthia : — Monmouth. 

Monocotona : — Monkton, Kent. 

Monomia. See Momonia. 

Jlonouaga : — Monmouth. 

Mons Acutus : — Montacute, 
Somerset. 

Mons Alius : — Mold, Flintshire. 

Mons Arenosus : — Sandou, Herts. 

Mons Dives : — Richmond, Surrey. 

Mons Dolorosus : — Stirling. 

Mo7is Draconis: — Moimt Drake, 
Devon. 

Mons Gaudius : — see Mons 
Jouis. 

Mons Gomericus: — Montgomery, 
Wales. 

Mons Grampius : — Grampian 
Hills. 

Mons Jouis : — Mountjoy, or 
Monge, Norfolk. 

Mo?is Michaelis : — St. Michael's 
Mount, Cornwall. 

Mens liosarum: — Montrose, For- 
farshire. 

Mons S. Andrece : — Sallay, or 
Sawley, Yorks. 

Mons Solis : — Bath. 

Mont Dohrus, Chastel de : — 
Montrose. 

Montarcola : — Near Caermar- 

then. 
Monte Gil'oerti, Foresta de: — ■ 

The Wrekin, Shropshire. 
Monigomeria : — Montgomery. 
Monumeihta : — Monmouth. 
Mora :- — More, Shropshire. 



Latin Names of Places. 



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Moravia : — Moray or Murray, 
Scotland. 

Morbium : — Moresby, Cumber- 
land ; Hornsea, or Temple 
Brough, Yorkshire. 

Morda : — River Meole (?), which 
joins the Severn near 
.Shrewsbury. 

Jloricnmba, Moricavihe u^stua- 
riuni : — Morecambe Bay, 
Lancashire. 

Moridunum : — Seaton, or Honi- 
ton, Devon ; Eggerton, 
Dorset. 

Morpitium : — Morpeth, North- 
umberland. 

Morsiburgus : — Bridgeiiorth, 
Shropshire. 

Mortuus Lacus : — Mortlake, 
Surrey. 

Muclelona : — Mickleton. 

Jltila : — Isle of Mull, west coast 
of Scotland. 

Munektu-astra : — Neweastle-on- 
T^-ne, Northumberland. 

Munemuta : — Monmouth. 

JIunus : — River Monnow, which 
divides Herefordshire from 
Monmouthshire. 

Murevia : — Moray, Scotland. 

Muridunum. See Moridunum. 

Mnridunum : — Caermarthen. 

Murimintuin, Muriuindum : — Sil- 
chester, Hants. 

Muriunio : — In Dorset. 

Murotriges. See Diirotriges. 

Murrevia : — Moray, Scotland. 

MttrtJdacum : — Murtley, Aber- 
deen. 



Murus : — River Vere, Herts. 

Murus Picticus : — The Picts' 
Wall. See Hadriani Murus. 

Muscomaria : — Mossdale Moor, 
Yorks. 

Mussalburyum : — M usselburgh, 
CO. Edinburgh. 

Mutuantonis : — Lewes, Sussex ; 
Whitewalls, Wilts. 

Mygensis : — Of Mayo, Ireland. 



N. 



Naheeus. See Nauteus. 

X(Bomagu8. See Neomagu^ ; 
Nouiomagus. 

Nasbeia : — Naseby, Northants. 

Nagnata : — Sligo, or Limerick. 

Nalcua : — The same as Galleua. 

Xanceus. See Xauaus. 

Xantouicum : — Nantwich, 
Cheshii-e. 

Xasense Castrum: — Naas, Kil- 
dare. 

Nasi Enei Collegium : — Brase- 
nose College, Oxford. 

Naueeus : — River Xaver, Suther- 
land. 

Xanesbia : — Naseby, Northants. 

Xaurum : —The Nadder, Wilts ; 
the Naver, Sutherland. 

Xa u tga llu m : — -AValbrook, Lon- 
don. 

Xauticus Sinus : — Rotherhithe. 
Xeagora : — Newmarket. 
Xeddercota : — Nethercote, Ox- 
fordshire. 

Xeinedus : — Barrymore, near 
Cork. 



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Xemetotacio : — A town in Corn- 
wall. 

Xemus Aquilinum : — Elstree, 
Herts. 

Nemus Boreale : — North - hall, 
Herts. 

Neomagus'. — Buckingham, See 
also Nouiomagus. 

Neojmrtus : — Newjiort, Isle of 
Wight ; Newport, Eesex. 

Neoportus Paganellicus : — New- 
port Pagnell, Bucks, 

Neorus : — Lagan Water, Ulster. 

Nerigon Insula : — Isle of Lewes. 

Neslandia : — West of Scotland. 

Neuarca, Newerra : — Newark, 
Notts. 

Nieholia^ Nicole : — Lincoln. 

Nicolesciria : — Lincolnshire. 

Nidutn : — Portbury, Somerset ; 
Neath, Glamorganshire. 

Nidus : — River Nid, Yorks. 

Nigera : — Blakeney, Norfolk. 

Nincolia : — Lincoln. 

Niomagus. See Nouiomagus. 

Nithia : — ^Nidisdale, Scotland. 

Niuhuria : — Newbury, Berks. 

Niuirollini : — Snowdon Moun- 
tain, Caernarvonshire. 

Niicebota: — Newbottle, Durham. 

Niiceburia : — Newbury, Berks. 

Nobitis. See Nouius. 

Nocteleia: — Nutley, Bucks. 

Nordhumbra, Nordhumbria : — 
Northumberland. 

Nordoricum : — Norton Hall, 
Turks. 



Nordouicum : — Norwich. 
Nordouolca : — Norfolk. 
Norflita : — Northfleet, Kent. 
Norhamtuna : — Northampton. 
Norhantescira : — Northampton- 
shire. 
Norhumbria: — Northumberland. 

Northaluertonia : — Northaller- 
ton, Yorks. 

Northamptonia, Northamtuna : — 
Northampton. See lianna- 
venna. 

Northanimbria : — Northumber- 
land. 

Northantonia : — Northampton. 

Northimbria: — Northumberland. 

Northumbria : — Northumber- 
land. 

Northtcirum : — Norwich. 

Northymbria : — Northumber- 
land. 

Nortmannabia 
Yorks. 

Nortobricum : - 
Yorks. 



— Normanby, 

- Norton Hall, 
Northwich, 



Nortouicum : - 
Cheshire. 

Noruicum : — Norwich. 

Noricallia : — North Wales. 

Nortvicia, Nortcicus : — Norwich. 

Notium Promontoriuni : — Mizen 
Head, Wicklow, Ireland. 

Nottii}ganiia : — Nottingham. 

Nona Aula : — Newhall, Essex. 

Nova Porta : — Newgate, London. 

Noua Terra : — Newland, Glou- 
cestershire. 

Noua Villa : — Newtown, co. 
Down. 



Latin Names of Places. 



395 



Notiantit, Notiantee, Nouantes: — 
The inhabitants of Gallo- 
way, Carrick, and Arran. 

Nouantum Promontorium, Xo- 
uantion Chersonesus : — Mull 
of Galloway ; Cockermouth. 

Souia : — River Rother, Sussex. 

Nouiodunum : — Newenden,Keiit. 

Nouiomagus, Nouiomagn'ts : — 
Woodcote, Surrey ; Chi-' 
Chester ; Holwood HiU, 
Keston, or near Plumstead, 
Kent. 

Nouiiis Flu. : — River Xid, Scot- 
land. See also Cotiouiitm. 

Hottiim Castellum, Noutim Cas- 
trum : — Newcastle - upon - 
Tj'ne, Northumberland ; 
Newcastle - under - Lyme, 
Staffordshire. 

Nouum Forum, Nouum Merca- 
tum : — Newmarket, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Nouum Oppidum sub Lima : — 
Newoastle-under-Lyme. 

Nouum Oppidum super Tinatn: — 
Newcastle-on-Tyiie. 

Nouus Jiurgus : — Newport, Isle 
of Wight ; Newport, Mon- 
mouthshire ; Newliaven or 
Rye, Sussex ; Newbury, 
Berks ; Newburgh., Yorks ; 
a Benedictine convent near 
Llandaff. 

Xouus Locus: — Newark, or New 
Place, near Guildford ; New- 
stead, Notts. 

Nouus Portus: — Newport; New- 
haven, Kent ; Rye, Sussex. 

Nuba : — Midhurst, Sussex. See 
Miba. 



Nubiria, Nuburia : — Newburj', 
Berks. 

Nulla Ejusmodi, Nulli Par, Nulli 
Secunda: — Nonsuch, Surrey. 



O. 



Ohoca Flu. : — River Avoca, Ire- 
land. 

Occidua Wallia : — Cornwall. 

Oceanus Verginius : — The Irish 
Ocean. 

Ocellum Promontorium: — Spurn- 
head, Holderness, Yorks. 

Oietis : — Shetland, Pentland, 
Skerries. 

Ochthe Ilupsele : — Ord of Caith- 
ness. 

Ocite : — Baz Island on the West 
of Ireland (Bear Isle, Ban- 
try Bay?). 

OeL-hamplonia : — Okehampton, 
Devon. 

Ockus : — River Okement, Devon. 

Ocrinum. Orrium Promontorium: 
— Lizard Point, Cornwall. 

Octapitarum Promontorium : — 
St. David's Head, Pem- 
brokeshire. 

Odrona : — Idrone, co. Carlow. 

Oestrymnicus Sinus : — Mount's 
Bay, Cornwall. 

Oestrymnides Insula: : — Scilly 
Islands. 

Offalaia : — Offaly, eo. Kildare. 

Offedena : — Howden, Yorks. 

Offelana :— Offaly. 



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Offelawa: — Offlow, Staffordshire. 

Oissereia : — Ossory, Ireland. 

Okesseta : — Oxshot, Surrey. 

Olaneya : — Olney, Bucks. 

Oleiclauis : — Ogle Castle, 
Northumberland. 

Olenacum : — Old Carlisle, or 
Ellenborough, Cumberland; 
Ilkley, Yorks. 

Olerira : — llkirk, Cumberland. 

Olfinum: — Elphin, co. Roscom- 
mon, Ireland. 

Olicana : — Ilkley, or Halifax, 
Yorks. 

Omire : — Southampton. 

Omnium Sanclorum ad Foenum 
Parochia: — Allhallows the 
Great, London. 

Omnium Sanctorum de Barking : 
— Allhallows, Barking, 

London. 

Omnium Sanctorum Garscherch : 
— Allhallows, Lombard 
Street. 

Omnium Sanctorum in Mellis 
Viculo: — Allhallows, Honey 
Lane, l^ondon. 

Omnium Sanctorum in Vice 
Longobardico : — Allhallows, 
Lombard Street, London. 

Omnium Sancioru?n in Vico Pis- 
torum : — Allhallows, Bread 
Street, London. 

Omnium Sanctorum Pictorum 
Delibuentium : — Allhallows 
Staining, London. 

Omnium Sanctorum super (or 
ad) Celarium: — Allhallows 
the Less, London. 



Omnium Sanctorum supra 
Murum : — Allhallows - The - 
Wall, London. 

Onna : — Andover, or Alton, 
Hants. 

Onno. See Hunnum. 

Ophelania : — Offaly, Leiuster. 

Ora : — Ore, Sussex. 

Orcades Instdce : — The Orkney 
* Islands. 

Orcaneia : — Orkney. 

Orcas Promontorium : — Dunnet 
Head, Caithness. 

Orchadia. See Orcades. 

Ordeuices, Ordolucce : — People of 
North Wales. 

Ordouicce : — Tribe near Berwick. 

Ordouicum: — Norwich. ^eeNor- 
douicum. 

Orkeiieia : — Orkney Islands. 

Ormondia : — Ormond, Ireland. 

Orrhea : — Orrock, Fifeshire. 

Orsteda : — Horsted Keynes, 

Sussex. 

Orus Flu. : — Eiver Ore, Suffolk. 

Osca : — River Usk, Wales. 

Oseneia : — Oseney, Oxfordshire. 

Osseria, Ossoria : — Ossory, Ire- 
land. 

Ossonia : — Oxford. 

Ostium Sturce : — Stourmouth, 
Kent. 

Ostuthus : — Eiver Ystwith, South 
Wales. 

Oswaldeslaica : — Osbaldstow, 
Worcestershire. 

Oswald! Arbor : — Oswestry, 
Shropshire. 



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Oswaldi Crux :— Oswestry. 

Oteleta :— Otlej, Yorks, 

Olhona : — Ithanchester. or Brad- 
well- juxta-Mare, Essex. 

Otreuum : — Up Ottery, Devon. 

Ottadeni, Ottadini, Ottaltni : — 
People on the coafet from 
Tyne to Forth. 

Ottanforda : — Otford, Kent. 

Otthea : — Otham, Kent. 

Ottodani. See Ottadeni. 

Oitedra : — River Adder, Ber- 
wickshire. 

Ottsa : — River Ouse, Yorks, and 
Bucks. 

Outer ini : — People of Desmond, 
Ireland. 

Ouinia Insula : — Isle of Sheppey, 
Kent. 

Oxeben : — Christchurch, Hants. 

Oxe/ordia, Oxenforda : — Oxford. 

Oxenhala: — Oxenhall, Durham. 

Oxeneia :— Oxney, Lincolnshire. 

Oxeria : — Ossory, Ireland. 

Oxinega :— Oxney Isle, Kent. 

Oxonia, Oxonium : — Oxford. 

Oza : — River Ouse. 



Pagula, Pagula Fleta :— Paules 
Flete, now Paghill or Paull, 
Yorks. 



Pal us Argita : 
Ireland. 



Lough Derg, 



Palustris Vicus : — Fenchurch 
Street, London. 

Pampocalia : — The same as Cal- 
caria. 

Pangorensis : — Of Bangor. 

Panhovius : — Penhow (?">, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Panteneia : — Pentney, Norfolk. 

Parathalassia : — Walsingham, 
Norfolk. 

Pareus Ludus : —Louth Park, 
Lincolnshire. 

Parisi : — People of Holderness, 
Yorks. 



Parva Cella : 
Ireland. 



A monastery in 



Parvus Burgus : — Littleborough, 
Notts, and Lanes. 

Pascia : — Pacey, Leicestershire. 

Pasletum, Passeletum : — Paisley, 
Renfrewshire. 

Pttterni Magni Ecclesia: — Llan- 
badaru Yawr, Cardigan- 
shire. 

Patricii Purgatoriuni : — Ellanu 
Frugador}', on an island in 
Lough Derg, Donegal. 

Pecehum: — The Peak, Derby- 
shire. 



Pedicoria : — 

Pedreda : — Penenden 



Palus Salsa : — Pwllheli, Caer- 
narvonshire. 



Kent. 

Pedridon Flu. 
Somerset. 

Pegelandia : — 
Northants. 



Heath, 
— River Parret, 
Peakirk, 

Pem- 



Pembrochia, Penbrochia 
broke, Wales. 

Pencrictim : — Penkridge, Staf- 
fordshire. 



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Pendinas : — Pendennis Castle, 
Cornwall. 

Pengiierniim : — Shrewsbiuy. 

Penlinnia : — A place ia Merio- 
nethshire, the source of 
the Eiver Dee. 

Penmona : — Priestholme, Angle- 
sey. 

Penna : — Penselwood, Somerset ; 
or Stourhead, Wilts. 

Pennocrticium : — Pentridge, or 
Lichfield, Staffordshire. 

Pennorinum: — Penrhyn, Merio- 
nethshire ; Penryn, Corn- 
wall. 

Pente Flu. : — Eiver Pant, Essex. 

Peonnum: — Pen, Somerset. See 
Penna. 

Perscora, Persora : — Pershore, 
Worcestershire. 

Perthum : — St. Johnstone, or 
Perth, Scotland. 

Peterillus, Peterus Flu. : — The 
Peterill, Cumberland. 

Petra Duacensis : — Kilmac- 
duagh, CO. Clare. 

Petra Fertilis : — Corcumroe, 
Clare. 

Peirtana: — Castle Steeds,Plump- 
ton Wall, or Cambeck Fort, 
Cumberland; WaltonHouse; 
Lanei'cost. 

Petrihurgus, Petruhurgum, Pe- 
tropolis : — Peterborough, 
Northants. 

Pettiaria : — Beverley, or Brough 
Perry on the Humber, 
Yorks. 

Peuenesea : — Pevensej', Sussex. 

Pexa : — A town near Dumbarton. 

PicaUa : — Pickhill, Yorks. 



Pictauia, Pirtandia : — The coun- 
try of the Picts. 

Picti: — The Plots, a people living 
north of the Antonine AYall. 

Pilais: — A town in Cornwall or 
Devon. 

Pilla : — Pille, a Benedictine 
Priory in Stainton, Pem- 
brokeshire. 

Pinranhale : — Pinchale Prior}', 
Durham. 

Pinnatis Civitas. See Alata 
Castra. 

Piona Canonicorum : — Canon 
Pyon, or Pew en, Hereford- 
shire. 

Piona Regis : — King's Pyon. 

Pirri, Insula : — Ynys Pyr, or 
Caldey Island, Pembroke- 
shire. 

Pise aria : — Fish Street, London. 

Piscaria Vetus, Piscenaria : — Old 
Fish Street, London. 

Placentia : — A palace at Green- 
wich, built by Humphrey, 
Duke of Gloucester. 

Placeto, Castellum de : — Pleshy, 
Essex. 

Plimmuia, Plymutha : — Ply- 
mouth, Devon. 

Pohanlech : — Poughley, Berks. 

Pohhela : — Poughley, Berks. 

Pola. See Strata Marcella. 

Poleslawa : — Polleshoe, Devon. 

Poletria : — The Poultry, London. 

Pomona : — Mainland, one of the 
Orkney Isles. 

Pons /Flii: — Ponteland, or New- 
castle, Northumberland. 



Latin Names of Places. 



399 



Pons Belli: — Stamford Bridge, 
Yorks. 

Pons Hurgensis, Pons Vnirgi : 
— Boroughbridge, Yorks. 

Pons de Jiurc : — Boroughbridge. 

Pons Episi-opi : — Bishopsbridge, 
Lincolnshire. 

Pons Ferie : — Ferrybridge, 
Yorks. 

Pons Fr actus : — Pontefract, or 
Pomfret, Yorks. 

Pons Fractus Super Tamisiam: — 
Pomfret, near Stepney 
Marsh. 

Pons Stephani: — Lampeter, Car- 
diganshire. 

Pons Vianus : — Cowbridge, 
Glamorgan. 

Pontaquinum : — Bridgwater, 
Somerset. 

Ponte, de : — A house of Domini- 
can friars in Armagh dioc, 
perhaps at Drogheda. 

Pontes : — Colnbrook, Old Wind- 
sor, Staines, Eeading, or 
Bjfleet. 

Pontuohici : — Cowbridge, Gla- 
morganshire. 

Pontus Flu. : — The Point, 
Northumberland. 

Populorum Lnpis: — Folkestone, 
Kent. 

Porcestra : — Porchester, Hants. 

Poreoclassis : — Orrock, Fife ; 
Forfar ; or Barr\'. 

Porte seta : — Portsea, Hants. 

Portesmtia, Portesmuda : — Ports- 
. mouth, Hants. 

Portesmul/ia, Po rtesmuta : — 
Portsmouth. 



Portesoka : — The Portsoken, 
London. 

Portlandia: — Portland, Dorset. 

Portlargium : — Waterford, Ire- 
land. 

Portlocon : — Porlock Bay, Somer- 
set. 

Portunia Insula :— Isle of Port- 
land, Dorset. 

Portuosus Sinus : — Sewer by, 
Yorks. 

Portus Adurni : — Porchester, 
Hants ; Aldrington, or Old 
Shoreham, Sussex. 

Portus Ammonis : — Sandwich, 
Kent. 

Portus liritanniaruin : — Ports- 
mouth ; or Eichborough, 
Kent. 

Portus Ecgfridi : — Jan'ow Slake, 
Durham. 

Portus Lemanis: — Lympne, 
Kent. 

Portus Magnus : — Portsmouth, 

Portus Xovus : — Rye, Sussex (in 
the Roman period) ; New- 
haven, Sussex. 

Portus Ostium : — Portsmouth. 

Portus Pat rum : — Abbey at 
Enachdune, co. Galway. 

Portus Salutis: — Cromarty, Scot- 
laud. 

Portus Sistuntiorum. See Setan- 
tiorttm Portus. 

Pouisia, Poicisa, Poicisia : — 
Powys, Wales. 

Presidium : — The same as Prato- 
rium. 

Presidium Civitas : — Camelon, 
CO. Stirling. 



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Prcetoritim : — Patrington, 
Broughton, Flamborough, 
or Hedon, Yorks, 

Pratis, S. Maria de : — S. Mary 
de Pre or de la Pro, or S. 
Mary of Prees.* 

Praia Domini liegis : — Kings- 
mead, Derbyshire. 

Prestona, Presionium : — Preston, 
Lancashire. 

Pridania : — For Britannia. 

Pr/ficiduela : — Prittlewell, Essex. 

Pritannia : — For Britannia. 

Priuotes Flu.: — Eiver Privet, 
Hants. 

Procolitia : — Prudhoe Castle, or 
Carrawburgh, Northumber- 
land. 

Profundum Vadum: — Deptford. 

Pteroton Stratopedon : — Edin- 
burgh. 8ee Alata Castra. 

Pnellarum Castrum : — Edin- 
burgh. 

Pulchra Vallis : — Beauvale, 
Notts. 

Pulchrum Vadum : — Fairford, 
Gloucestershire. 

Pulchrum Visti : — Belvoir, 
Leicestershire. 

Pulla. See Pilla. 

Punctuobice : — Cowbridge, 
CTlamorgau shire. 

Purocoronauis : — A town in Corn- 
wall or Devon. 

Piitewnrtha : — Petworth, Sussex. 



Puttenega : — Putney, Surrey. 
Pyonia. See Piona. 



Q. 



Quadrai'ia, Qrtarrera, Quarera : — 
Quarre, Wight. 

Quentona : — Quinton, Northants. 



E. 

Ractomessa : — River Racon. 

liadeco tonus Pons : — Eadcot 
Bridge, Oxon. 

Rademora : — Radmore, Stafford- 
shire. 

Radenaivra, Radenonra : — Rad- 
nor. 

Radinge : — Reading, Berks. 

Radjioria : — Radnor. 

Rredinga : — Reading. 

Raga, Rag a : — Leicester ; Ret- 
ford. 

Raganeia : — Rayleigh, Essex. 

Ramense : — Of Ramsey. 

Ramesburia : — Ramsbury, 

Wilts. 

Ramesia, Rameseya : — Ramsey, 
Hunts. 

Ranatoniiim. See Rhetigoninm. 

Randuaria : — Renfrew. 



* There were two nunneries of this name, a Benedictine house 
near St. Albans, and a Cluniac house in Northants ; also an abbey 
of Austin Canons near Leicester. 



Latin Names of Places. 



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Rapa, Rapotum : — Raphoe, 
Donegal, Ireland. 

Rata: — Leicester; Eatby, or 
Brinklow, "Warwickshire. 

Ratecorion. See Ratee. 

Rathpotensis, Rathpothensis : — Of 
Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland. 

Ratostahius. See Rhatostathy- 
bius. 

Ratupis. See Rutupce. 

Rauenatone : — A town in Corn- 
wall or Devon. 

Rauendala : — Ravensworth, 
Durham (?). 

Rauimagum. See Nouiomagus. 

Ramus : — River Erne, Con- 
naught. 

Rauonia : — A town probably in 
Cumberland. 

Rebodunum : — Ribchester, Lan- 
cashire. 

Reculsum : — Reculver, Kent. 

Redingum : — Reading, Berks. 

Redmella : — Rodmell, Sussex. 

Regaina Insula : — Isle of Arran. 

Regalis Locus : — Riallieu, Rew- 
ley, Oxon. 

Regata : — Reigate, Surrey. 

Regentium. See Regnum. 

RegincB Burgus : — Queen- 
borough, Kent. 

Regiodunum Hullinum : — King- 
ston-upon-Hull, Yorks. 

Regiodunum Thamesinum : — 
Kingston-upon-Thames. 

Regis Burgus : — Queenborough, 
Kent. 

Regis Comitatus : — King's 
County, Ireland. 

M. 



Regni : — People of Surrey, Sus- 
sex, and the sea coast of 
Hampshire. 

Regni Sylva : — Ringwood, Hants. 

Regnum : — Ringwood, Hants ; 
Chichester, or Steyning, 
Sussex. 

Regulbium : — Recidver, Kent. 

Reguli Fanum : — St. Andrews, 
also called Kirkrule and 
Kilrule. 

Reodburna : — Rodbume, Wilts. 

Reofhoppa : — Ryhope, Durham. 

Reopadunum : — Repton, Derby- 
shire. 

Repandunum : — Repton. 

Retha :— Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

Reuedala. See Rauendala. 

Rhceba: — Rheban or Rheib, 
Queen's County, Ireland. 

Rhage : — Leicester. 

Rhatostathybius Flu. : — River 
Taff, Glamorganshire, Wye, 
or Ogmoor. 

Rhauius. See Rauius. 

Rhedus Flu. : — River Read, 

Northumberland. 

Rhemnius : — River Remny, Gla- 
morganshire. 

Rherigonius Sinus : — Loch Ryan, 
or Luce Bay. 

Rhesi Civitas : — Rochester, Kent. 

Rhetigonium : — Barlan or Stran- 
raer, Galloway. 

Rhibellus Flu.: — The Ribble, 
Lancashire. 

Rhicina : — Isle of Rum, or Rath- 
lin. See Richina. 

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Rhigia : — Limerick, Ireland ; 
Railstown, Tipperary. 

Rhigodunum : — RibcliesterjWar- 
rington, or Manchester. 

Rhitubi Partus, Rhitupis Partus : 
— Richborough or Sand- 
wich, Kent. See Rutupce. 

Rhius : — Hiver Eye, Yorkshire. 

Rhohodununi. See Rhigodunum. 

Rhobogdii : — People of Donegal, 
Ireland. 

Rhobogdium Promontorium : — 
Fair Foreland, now called 
Malin Head, co. Donegal. 

Rhoji Civitas: — Rochester, Kent. 

Rhutubi, Rhutupice. See Rutupee. 

Richala : — Eiccal, Yorks. 

Rtchemundin, Richmondia : — 
Hichmond, Yorks ; also 
Richmond, Surrey. 

Richina, Ricina, Ricinia, Ricnea: 
— Rathlin Isle, co. Antrim ; 
or Rum, one of the He- 
brides. 

Ridumo. See Moridunum. 

Riduna. See Richina. 

Rievallensis : — Of Rievaulx, 
Yorkshire. 

Rigia. See Rhigia. 

Rigmundia : — St. Andrews. See 
Fanum Reguli. 

Rigodunum : — Richmond, Yorks ; 
Ripon, Yorks ; Ribchester, 
Lancashire. 

Ripa : — River Ribble. 

Ripa Aha : — OrdhiU, near Find- 
horn. 

Ripa Regine : — Queenhithe. 



Ripadium, Ripandunum : — Rep- 
ton, Derbyshire. 

Riparia Regine : — Queenhithe. 

Ripensis : — Of Ripon. 

Ripodunum, Ripodum : — Ripon, 
Yorks. 

Ritupis Partus. See Rutupce. 

Rium : — Rye, Sussex. 

Roberti Pons, Robertinus Pons : — 
Robert's Bridge, Sussex. 

Roboretum, Campus Roborum : — 
Derry, Ireland. 

Rochesbwga : — Roxburgh. 

Rodecotanus Pons : — Radcot 
Bridge, Oxfordshire. 

Rodolanum : — Rhuddlan, Flint- 
shire. 

Roesperra : — Rusper, Sussex. 

Roffa : — Rochester, Kent. 

Roibis. See Roffa. 

Roisice Oppidum, Villa de Cruce 
Roesice : — Royston, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Rokesburga : — Roxburgh. 

Rosce Castellum : — Rose Castle, 
Cumberland. 

Roscomia : — Roscommon. 

Rosea Vallis : — Monaster - evin, 
Ireland ("Ware I. 455) ; Ross 
Glass, CO. Kildare. 

Rosenensis : — Of Ross, Scotland. 

Rosensis : — Of Ross, Ireland ; of 
Rhos, Pembrokeshire. 

Rossa, Roscrea : — Ross, Wexford 
County, Ireland. 

Rossia : — Rosse Land, Cornwall ; 
Ross, Herefordshire ; Ross, 
Scotland ; Rhos, Pembroke- 
shire. 



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Rotelandia : — ^Rutland. 

Rothelanum : — Rhuddlan, Flint- 
shire. 

Rothesia : — Rothesay, Isle of 
Bute, west coast of Scot- 
land. 

Rotibis : — Rochester or Maid- 
stone, Kent. 

Rouecestria : — Rochester. 

Rouensis : — Of Rochester. 

Rouia : — River Rother, Sussex. 

Rowleia : — Rothley Temple, Lei- 
cestershire. 

Ruber Cliuus : — RedclifEe, or 
RatclifEe, near London. 

Ruda : — Routh, Yorks. 

Ruelega : — Rowley Regis, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Rugnitunia, Ruitonia : — Ryton- 
upon-Dunsmoor, Warwick- 
shire. 

Rumabo Civitas : — Drumbnrgh 
Castle, Cumberland. 

Rumeseia : — Romsey, Hants. 

Rupa : — Roch, Pembrokeshire. 

Rupe, de : — Roche, an Abbey in 
Yorks. 

Rttpes Fergusii: — Carrickfergus, 
Ireland. 

Rupts Aurea : — Goldcliffe, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

Ruscomia : — Roscommon, Ire- 
land. 

Ruthunia : — Ruthin, Denbigh- 
shire. 

Rutlandia : — Rutland. 

Rutunia. See Rugnitunia ; Rutu- 
nium. 



Rutunium : — Wem, Shropshire ; 
Chesterton, Staffordshire ; 
Rowton, Shropshire. 

Ruiupee, Rutupi, RutupicB, Ritupis 
Partus : — Richborough, 
Kent ; or Sandwich. 

Rutupinum littus : — The coast be- 
tween the North and South 
Forelands, Kent. 

Ruturugiim Stagnum : — Bay of 
Dundrum, County Down. 



S. 

Sabaudia : — The Savoy, London. 

Sabriana, Sabrina : — River 
Severn. 

Sabulovicum : — Sandwich, Kent. 

Sacana : — River Shannon, Ire- 
land. 

Sacra Capilla : — Halifax, Yorks. 

Sacra Itisula : — Holy Isle, 
Northumberland. 

Sacra Sglva : — Halifax, Yorks. 

Sacrum Nemus : — Halywood 
Monastery, Galloway. 

Sacrum Promontorium : — Green- 
ore Point, or Camsore Point, 
Wexford. 

Sadberga : — Sadberge, Durham. 
Sa/teberia : — Shaftesbury, 
Dorset. 

Salebeia : — Selby, Yorks. 

Salena: — Chesterton,near Sandy, 

Beds. 
Salesburia : — Salisbury, Wilts. 
Salicetum, foresta de : — Salcey 

Forest, Northants. 
Salimnos Insula : — Sulmey Isle, 

near Milford Haven. 

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SalincB : — Droitwicti, Worcester- 
shire ; Nantwich, Cheshire ; 
Slaughter, Gloucestershire. 
See also Salence. 

Salisbiria: — Salisbury; Shrews- 
bury. 

Salopesburia : — Shrewsbury, 
Shropshire. 

Salopescira, Salopesiria : — 
Shropshire. 

Salopia : — Shrewsbury. 

Saltria : — Sawtry, Hunts. 

Saltus Andreda : — The Weald of 
Sussex. 

Saltus Salmonis : — Leixlip, co. 
' Dublin. 

Salutaris Partus : — Sewerby, 
Yorks. 

Salwarpus: — Salwarpe Eiver, 
Worcestershire . 

Samairus: — River Erne, Ireland. 

Samothea : — Britain. 

Sancta Anna intra Portum 
Alneani : — St. Anne's, 
Aldersgate, London. 

S. Anna Nigrorum Monacho- 
rum : — St. Anne's, Black- 
friars, London. 

aS". Crux : — Holyrood, Edinburgh. 

S. Genovefa : — Eornham St. 
Genevieve, Suffolk. 

S. Katarina de Colmancherche : 
— St. Catharine Colman, 
London. 

S. Katarina Trinitatis : — St. 
Catharine Cree Church. 

S. Margareta a Caligarum 
Venditione : — St. Margaret 
Pattens, London. 

S. Margareta extra Fossam : — St. 
Margaret Outditch, Roches- 
ter. 



Sancta MargaretajuxtaPontem: — 
St. Margaret, Bridge Street, 
or St. Margaret, New Eish 
Street, London. 

S. Margareta Moysi : — St. Mar- 
garet Moses, London. 

S. Maria a Lintris Statione : — St. 
Mary Bothaw, Loudon. 

S. Maria Abbatis EcclesicB, or de 
Abbecherch :— St. Mary Ab- 
church, London. 

S. Maria ad Collem : — St. Mary- 
at-Hill, London. 

S. Maria ad Lanm Trutinam : — 
St. Mary Woolchurch, 
London. 

S. Maria ad Villam Insular em: — 
St. Mary, Islington. 

S. Maria ad Villam Novam : — St. 
Mary Newington, London. 

S. Maria de Alba Capella : — St. 
Mary Whitechapel, London. 

S. Maria de Arcubus : — St. Mary- 
le-Bow, London. 

S. Maria de Insula : — Alceter, 
War wickshire . 

S. Maria de Monte Alto : —St. 
Mary Mounthaw, London. 

S. Maria de Newcherche : — St. 
Mary Woolchurch, London. 

S. Marin de Rupe : — Kirkheugh, 
St. Andrews. 

S. Maria de Sabaudia :— St.Mary 
Savoy, London. 

S. Maria de Wlchershawe : — St. 
Mary Woolchurch, London. 

S. Maria in Aldermannorum 
Biirgoparochia : — St. Mary's 
Aldermanbury, London. 

S. Maria in Campis : — St. Mary 
in the Fields, Edinburgh. 



Latin Names of Places. 



405 



Sancta Maria Salvatoris in Aus- 
trali Opere : — St. Mary's 
Southwark. 

S. Maria Senior is Maria : — St. 
Mary Aldennary, London. 

S. Maria Wolnothi: — St. Mary 
Woolnoth, London. 

S. Maria Maydalena de Bermendi 
Insula : — St. Mary Magda- 
len, Bermondsey, London. 

S. Maria 3Iagdalena in Veteri 
Piscario Foro : — St. Mary 
Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 
London. 

S. Maria Magdalena in Vico 
Lacteo : — St Mary Magda- 
len, Milk Street, London. 

S. Ositha :— St. Osyth's, Essex. 

Sancii Botolphi Oppidtim : — Bos- 
ton, Lincolnshire. 

S. Clari Castellum : — St. Clear's, 
Caermarthenshire. 

S. Columbce Insula : — Icolmkill, 
lona. 

S . Da V idis Opp idum : — St . David' s, 
Pembrokeshire. 

S. Edtvardi Abbatia : — Shaftes- 
bury, Dorset. 

<S'. Edwardi Villa: — Shaftesbury; 
Corfe Castle (?), Dorset. 

<S'. Egidii in Bosco, domus : — 
Flamsted, Herts. 

S. Vinini Ecclesia : — Kilwin- 
ning, Ayrshire. 

Sancto Johanne, Villa de : — 
Perth, Scotland. 

Sanctus JEgidius ad Portam 
Membris-captorum : — St. 
Giles Cripplegate, London. 

ii^. Albanus : — St. Alban's, Herts. 



Sanctus Albanus in Vico Ligneo : 
—St. Alban's Wood Street, 
London. 

S. Andreas: — St. Andrew's, Scot- 
land. 

S. Andreas ad Vestiarium : — St. 
Andrew's by the Wardrobe, 
London. 

S. Andreas sub Mala Cereali : — 
St. Andrew's Undershaft, 
London. 

S. Asaf: — St. Asaph, Flintshire. 

S. Bartholomceus pone Peristy- 
lium : — St. Bartholomew's 
near the Exchange, London. 

S. Benedictus in Graminoso Vico : 
— St. Benet's Gracechurch 
Street, London. 

S. Benedictus Shorkog : — St. 
Bennet's Sherehog, London. 

S. Boscus : — Holywood, Belfast 
Bay. 

S. Botolphus ad Episcopi Portam : 
— St. Botolph's Bishops- 
gate, London. 

S. Botolphus ad Portam Bellini : 
— St. Botolph's Billingsgate, 
London. 

S. Botolphus ad Veterem Portam: 
— St. Botolph's without 
Aldgate, London. 

S. Botolphus Alnea Porta : — St. 
Botolph's without Alders- 
gate, London. 

S. Clemens Dacorum : — St. Cle- 
ment Danes, Strand. 

^. Edmundus : — Bury St. Ed- 
mund's, Suffolk. 

S. Edmundus in Vico Longo- 
bardico : — St. Edmund's, 
Lombard Street, London. 



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Sancius Gabriel in Vico Palustri : 
■ — St. Gabriel's Fenchurcla 
Street, London. 

S. Jacobus ad Clericorum Fon- 
tem : — St. James' Clerken- 
well, London. 

(S*. Jacobus ad Ducis Hospitium : 
— St. James', Duke Place, 
London. 

S. Jacobus ad Montem Allii : — 
St. James' Garlickhitlie, or 
Hill, London. 

S. Joannes Zakarie : — St. John 
Zackary, in Aldersgate 
Ward. 

S. Johannes Baptista super Wal- 
broc : — St. Jolin Baptist's, 
Walbrook, London. 

S. Laurentius in Judaismo : — St. 
Lawrence Jewry, London. 

S. Laurentius Pountneus : — St. 
Lawrence Pountney, Lon- 
don. 

S. Martinus ad Luddi Portam : 
— St. Martin's Ludgate, 
London. 

S. Martinus de Pomerio : — St. 
Martin's Pomeroy, London. 

S. Martinus in Ferrariorum 
Viculo : — St. Martin's Iron- 
monger Lane, London. 

S. Martinus in Vinariis, or de 
Vinetria: — St. Martin's 
Vintry, London. 

S.Martinusjuxta Charinge Crosse : 
— St.Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
London. 

S. Martinus Ogari: — St. Martin's 
Ogars, London. 

S. Martinus Outwichij or Otte- 
wisk: — St.Martin's Outwich, 
London. 



Sanctus Michael ad Blada :— St. 
Michael's at the Quern, 
London. 

S. Michael ad Ripam Reginalem : 
— St. Michael's, Queen- 
hithe, London. 

S. Michael de Woudestrete : — St. 
Michael's, Wood Street. 

S. Michael extra S. Trinitatis : — 
St. Michael's without the 
Holy Trinity. 

S. Michael in Curuo Viculo : — 
St. Michael's Crooked Lane, 
London. 

S. Michael in Foro ad Bladum : 
— S. Michael's-atte-Corn, or 
le Quern. 

S. Michael in Hordeaceum Col- 
lem : — St. Michael's Corn- 
hill, London. 

S. Michael Paternoster Cherch in 
Riola : — St. Michael's Eoyal. 



S. Mundus 
shire. 



-Kihnund, Argyle- 



S. Neothus : — St. Neot, Cornwall ; 
St. Neot' 8, Hunts. 

S. Nicholaus ad Macella : — St. 
Nicholas' Fleshambles, Lon- 
don. 

S. Nicholaus Aldrethegate ad 
Macella : — St. Nicholas' 
Fleshambles, London. 

S. Nicholaus Aurece Abbatice : — 
St. Nicholas' Cole Abbey, 
London. 

S. Nicholaus Hakun: — St. Nicho- 
las Aeon, London. 

S. Nicholaus Olof: — St. Nicholas 
Olave's, London. 

S. Olauus iti Argenteo Vico : — 
St. Olave's, Silver Street, 
London. 



Latin Names of Places. 



407 



Sancttts Olauusin Australi Operc. 
— St. Olave's, Southwark. 

S. Olauus in Ceruina Platea : — 
St. Olave's, Hart Street, 
London. 

^'. Olauus juxta Turrim : — St. 
- Olave's, Hart Street. 

S. Osicaldus de Nostellis : — Nos- 
tal, Yorkshire. 

S. Pancratius in Vico Smeg- 
matico: — St. Pancraa 
Soper's Lane, London. 

S. Paternus: — Llanbadarn, Car- 
diganshire. 

S. Paulus in Conuentuali Horto : — 
St. Paul's Covent Garden, 
London. 

S. Petrocus : — Petrockstow, 
Devon. 

S. Petrus de Grano Piaco : — 
St. Peter's Cornhill. 

a. Petrus in Foro : — St. Peter's 
Cheap, London. 

S. Petrus super Tamisiam : — 
St. Peter's Paul's Wharf, 
London. 

S.Stephanusin Vico Colmanni: — 
St. Stephen's Coleman 
Street, London. 

Sandicum : — Sandwich, Kent. 

Sandouicum, Sanwieius : — Sand- 
wich. 

Sareberia : — Salisbury, Wilts. 

Saresburia, Sarisbiria : — Salis- 
bury, Wilts. 

Samia — Guernsey , 

Sartis, de : — Wardon Abbey, 
Beds. 

Sarua : — River Severn. 



Sauerennus : — ^Eiver Bandon or 
River Lee, Cork. 

Sauerna : — River Severn. 

Sauranus Flu. : — River Avon- 
more, Cork. 

Saxonicum Littus : — The eastern 
and southern coast of 
Britain. 

Scadum Namorum. See Isca 
Dumnoniorum. 

Scala Celi : — St. Wolstan's Abbey, 
CO. Kildare. 

Scandia : — Sanday Island, one 
of the Orkneys. 

Scapeia : — Sheppey, Kent. 

Scardeburgum, Scardus Burgus : 
— Scarborough, Yorks. 

Scartheburga : — Scarborough, 
Yorks. 

Seeaftesbiria : — Shaftesbury, 
Dorset. 

Sceargeta : — Sarratt, Herts ; 
Shearsby, Leicestershire (?). 

Sceftonia : — Shaftesbury, Dorset. 

Scena : — River Shannon. 

Scepionia : — Shaftesbury, Dorset. 

Scetis : — Isle of Skye. 

Schafbera : — Shebbear, Devon. 

Schaftesberia : — Shaftesbury, 
Dorset. 

Schellus Flu. :— River Skell, 
Yorks. 

Schelsega : — Chelsea, near Lon- 
don. 

Schepeia : — Sheppey. 

Scireburna : — Sherborne. 

Scona : — Scone, Perthshire. 

Scorberia, Scorbesberia : — 
Shrewsbury. 

Scornce : — Shome, Kent. 



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Scott : — The Scots. 

Scotia : — Ireland ; Scotland. 

Scrobesberia, Seropeshyria : — 
Shrewsbury. 

Seareshiria : — Salisbury. 

Sebasta Altera Legio : — Liskeard, 
Cornwall. 

Secandunum : — Seckington, War- 
wickshire. 

Sedes Animarum : — Soulseat, 
Galloway. 

Se/tesberia, Seftonia : — Shaftes- 
bury, Dorset. 

Segedunum : — Sedghill ; Cousins- 
house, or Wallsend, North- 
umberland. 

Segelocum :— Ollerton, or Little- 
borough, Notts. 

Segeswalda : — Seckington, War- 
wickshire. 



Seggesfelda 
ham. 



• Sedgefield, Dur- 



Segontiaci : — A tribe living near 
Silchester. 

Segontium, Seguntium : — Cair- 
seint, Caernarvon ; Silches- 
ter. 

Selburgi Tumulus : — Silbury Hill, 
Wilts. 

Selebia : — Selby, Yorks. 

Seletuna : — Monk Hesleton, 
Durham; Silton, Yorks. 

Selgouce : — People of Nithsdale 
and Annandale. 

Sellince Insulce : — Scilly Islands. 

Seluestuna : — Selston, Notts. 

Sena : — River Shannon. 

Senna : — River Seuni, or River 
TJsk, Brecknockshire. 



Senus : — River Shannon. 

Seolesia : — Selsea, Sussex. 

Sepes Inscisa : — Hay Castle, 
Brecknock (?). 

Serberia, Serbyria : — Salisbury. 

Serduno. See Segedunum. 

Seresberia : — Salisbury. 

Setantiorum Partus : — Winder- 
mere, or the mouth of the 
Ribble, Lancashire. 

Seteia ^stuarium : — The mouth 
of the Dee, Cheshire, 

Seueria :— Salisbury. 

Sewardeslega : — Sewesley near 
Towcester, Northants. 

Shaftonia :— ShaftesburyjDorset. 

Shaga : — Shaw, Berks. 

Sharpenora : — Sconce Point, Isle 
of Wight. 

Shenum : — Shane, or Richmond, 
Surrey. 

Siambis : — River Shannon. 

Sibbetonum : — Sibton, Suffolk. 

Sienus : — River Shannon. 

Sigdeles : — The Scilly Isles. 

Silamesteda : — Sulhamstead, 
Berks. 

Silesia : — Selsea, Sussex. 

Silionnus. See Limnos. 

Sillince Insulce :— -Scilly Islands. 

Silura Insula : — Scilly Islands. 

Silures : — People of South Wales. 

Simeni : — A tribe in Norfolk and 
Suffolk. 

Sineius Flu. : — River Shannon, 
Ireland. 

Sinnenus : — River Shannon. 



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Sinnodnnum : — Sinodun Hill, 
near WaUingford, Berks. 

Sinomagus. See Sitomagus. 

Sinus Felix : — Bridlington or 
Filey Bay, Yorks. 

Siresburna : — Sherborne, Dorset. 

Siriolis : — St. Cyriol, Bangor. 

Sirtcuda : — Sherwood, Notts. 

Sitomagus : — Thetford, Norfolk ; 
Woolpit, Stowmarket, Dun- 
wich, or Eye, Suffolk. 

Slana : — Eiver Slaine, Wexford. 

Slepa : — St. Ives, Hunts. 

Slicheius: — Eiver Gitley, oUm 
Sligo. 

Slopesberia : — Shrewsbury ; 
Shropshire. 

Smedefelda : — Smithfield. 

Snaudonia : — Snowdon Forest, 
Caernarvonshire. 

Sobrica : — Ardnamurchan, 
Argyleshire. 

Socinus : — River Shannon. 

Sodera : — Sodor, islands on the 
west coast of Scotland. 

Soltra, hospitale de : — Soutra, 
between Edinburgh and 
Kelso. 

Soluathianum ^stuarium, Sol- 
uaum Flumen : — Solway 
Firth. 

Somaridunum : — Somerton, 
Lincolnshire. 

Somersata, Somerseta, Somerse- 
tania, Somerseiensis, Somer- 
tunensis Comitatus : — 

Somerset. 

Sorbiodunum, Soruiodunum : — 
Old Sarum ; Carisbrooke ; 
also Shrewsbury. 



Southamptonia :— Southampton. 

Southeria : — Surrey. 

Southerlandia : — Sutherland, 
Scotland. 

Southriana : — Surrey. 

Southsexena, Southsexia : — 
Sussex. 

Southwella : — Southwell, Notts. 

Spea : — Eiver Spey, Elgin, Scot- 
land. 

Spina : — Speen, near Newbury, 
Berks. 

Spinarum Insula: — Thomey Isle, 
the site of "Westminster 
Abbey. 

Spinetum : — Spinney, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Spinodunum : — Thornton, Lin- 
colnshire. 

Staffordia : — Stafford. 

Stanfordia, Stanforda : — Stam- 
ford, Lincolashire. 

Starkelea : — Startley, Wilts. 

Siarus : — River Stour. 

Statiarius Zapw:— Clough, co. 
Antrim. 

Static Deventia : — In Devon- 
shire, Totness (?). 

Steafordensis : — Of Stafford. 

Stellata, Camera : — The Star 
Chamber. 

Stenum : — Stean, Northants. 

Steqfordensis : — Of Stafford. 

Stinsiarius : — Eiver Stinchar, 
Ayrshire. 

Stiuentona : — Staunton, Glouces- 
tershire. 

Stokeporta, Stokeportus : — Stock- 
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Stourus : — Eiver Stour. 

Strata Florea, Strata Florida: — 
Ystrad Flur, or Stratflower, 
now Mynachlogfur, or 
Caron-Uwch-Clawdd, Car- 
diganshire. 

Strata Marcella: — Strat Margel, 
or Ystrad Marchel, Mont- 
gomeryshire. 

Stratcluttenses : — Britons of 
Strathclyde. 

Streoneshalf: — Ancient name of 
Whitby Abbey. 

Stretgledwali. See Stratclut- 
tenses. 

Stretlea : — Streatlam, Durham. 

Strigiilense Castrum : — Striguil 
Castle, Monmouthshire, 

Striffulia, Stringulia : — Chep- 
stow, Monmouthshire. 

Striuellina, Striuilingum : — Stir- 
ling, Scotland. 

Stroda : — Strood, Kent. 

Stubeheda, Stuhhutha : — Stepney. 

Stuccia, Stucia Flu. : — River 
Ystwith, or Dovey, Cardi- 
ganshire. 

Stura : — Eiver Stour. 

Sturodunum : — Stourton, and 
Stourminster, Dorset. 

Sturus Flu. : — Eiver Stour. 

Sualua : — Eiver Swale, Yorks. 

Suauicordium, Dulce Cor : — 
Sweetheart, or New Abbey, 
Kirkcudbrightshire. 

Subdobiadon : — A town on the 
Wall of Antonine. 

Sudereia : — Surrey. 

Sudesexia : — Sussex. 



Sudhamtonia : — Hampshire. 

Sudouerca : — Southwark. 

Sudouolca, Sudouolgia : — Suffolk. 

Sudria : — Surrey. 

Sudsexa : — Sussex. 

Sudwallia : — South Wales. 

Sudwercha : — Southwark. 

Suella : — Southwell, Notts. 

Suelloniaca: — Brockley Hill, near 
Elstree, or Chipping Barnet, 
Herts. 

SuffoUcia : — Suffolk. 

Suiftus: — Eiver Swift, Leicester- 
shire. 

Suina : — Swinhey, Yorks. 

Suirus : — SuirEiver,near Water- 
ford, Ireland. 

Sukius: — Eiver Suck, Connaught. 

Sulcalua Flu. : — Eiver Swale, 
Yorks. 

Sulloniaca, Sullonica. See Suel- 
loniaca. 

Sumersetanea, Sumertunensis, 
Summurtunensis Pag a : — 
Somerset. 

Sunningum : — Sonning, near 
Eeading, Berks. 

Surium : — Inislaunagh, co. 
Tipperary. 

Surra, Surria, Surreia: — Surrey. 

Sussexia : — Sussex. 

Susura : — Isle of Jura (?). 

Suthamtonia : — Southampton. 

Suthamtunensis Provincia : — 
Hampshire. 

Suthburia : — Sudbury, Suffolk. 

Sutheria : — Surrey. 



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411 



Suthesexia : — Sussex. 

Suthimbria : — England south of 
the Humber. 

^uihreffia, Suthreia : — Surrey. 

Suthriona : — Surrey. 

Suthsaxonia : — Sussex. 

Suihsexia : — Sussex. 

>uthumbria. See Suthimbria. 

Suthtcalonia : — South Wales. 

Suthicella :— Southwell, Xotts. 

'^ uihtceorca : — South wark. 

>utcallia : — South Wales. 

Suwella :— Southwell, Notts. 

Stceynesia : — Swansea, Glamor- 
ganshire. 

Swina : — Swinhey, Yorkshire. 

Swthwella : — Southwell, Notts. 

Syli : — People of S. Wales. 

^yllitta, St/lina : — ScUly Isles. 

Syreburna : — Sherborne, Dorset. 



T. 



Tabu : — Teignmouth, Devon. 

Tadecastrum : — Tadcaster. See 
Calcaria. 

Tadoriton : — A town between the 
Walls of Hadrian and An- 
tonuie. 

Taffus Flu. :— Eiver TafE, Gla- 
morganshire. 

Tagea : — Monteith, Perthshire. 

laisa : — Eiver Tees. 

Taizali : — The people of Buchan, 
Scotland. 



Taizalutn Promontorium : — 

Buchanness, or Eannaird 
Head, east coast of Scotland. 

Tama : — Thtime, Oxfordshire. 

Tama Flu. : — Eiver Tame, Ox- 
fordshire ; Eiver Teme, 
Worcestershire. 

Tamara : — Tamerton-Foliott, 
Devon; or Saltash, Corn- 
wall. 

Tamara Flu. : — Eiver Tamar, 
Cornwall. 

Tamare : — Tavistock, Devon. 

Tamaris. See Tamara. 

Tamaris Fluvii Ostia : — Ply- 
mouth. 

Tamar us : — Eiver Tamar. 

Tamaicordina : — Tamworth, 
Staffordshire. 

Tambra : — Eiver Tamar. 

Tameia : — Dunkeld, Perthshire. 

Tamensis : — Eiver Thames. 

Tamese : — Kingston, Surrey, or 
Streatley, Berks. 

Tamesia, Tamesis : — Eivers 
Thames and Medway. 

Tamewrda : — Tamworth, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Tamion : — Eiver Tavy (?). 

Tamisa, Tamisis : — Eiver 
Thames. 

Tamworthia : — Tamworth, Staf- 
fordshire. 

TatMrus : — Eiver Tamar. 

Tanathos Insula : — Isle of 
Thanet, Kent. 

Tanaus :— The Firth of Forth. 
Tanetos. See Tanathos. 



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Tanfelda : — Tanfield, Yorks. 

TaniatidcB . See Tanathos. 

Tanodunum : — Taunton, Somer- 
set. 

Taodunum :— Dundee. 

Tarensis : — Of Derry, Ireland. 

Tarenteforda : — Dartford, Kent. 

Taruedum, Taruisium : — Dun- 
cansby Head, Caitliness. 

Tarxa : — Torksey, Lincolnshire. 

Tatecastra : — Tadcaster, Yorks. 

Taua : — Teignmouth, Devon. 

Taua : — River Tay, Scotland. 

Tauistokia : —Tavistock, Devon. 

Taus : — River Tay. 

Tawus : — River Taw, Devon. 

Teauus : — River Tavy, Devon. 

Tedfordia :— Thetford, Norfolk. 

Techelesberia : — Tewkesbury, 
Gloucestershire. 

Tegoeus Lacus : — Lake Tegid, or 
Bala, Merionethshire, 
Wales. 

Teisa, Teisis : — River Tees, Dur- 
ham. 

Temdus : — River Teme. 

Temesforda : — Tempsford, Beds. 

Templum Fhrum : — Kynloss, or 
Kilfloss, Moray. 

Tenos : — Isle of Thanet. 

Teodforda :— Thetford, Norfolk. 

Terdebigga : — Tardebigg, Wor- 
cestershire. 

Terentus Flu. : — River Trent. 

Terna : — River Tern, Shrop- 
shire. 



Tesa : — River Tees, Durham. 

Tesedala : — Teesdale. 

Tesobius : — River Conway. 

Tethfordum: —Thetford, Nor- 
folk. 

Tetocuria : — Tetbury, Grlouces- 
tershire. 

Teuidalia : — Teviotdale, Scot- 
land. 

Tetviensis fiuvius : — River Tywi, 
Caermarthenshire. 

Texali : — People of Buchan, 
Aberdeenshire. See Taizali. 

Teysa : — River Tees. 

Thamesis, Thamisia : — Thames. 

Thanatos, Thanathos : — Thanet. 

I'heisa : — River Tees. 

Themis : — River Teme, Worces- 
tershire. 

Thenodunum : — Taunton, Somer- 
set. 

Thenbaldenses ^des : — Theo- 
balds, Herts. 

Theoci Curia : — Tewkesbury, 
Gloucestershire. 

Theodforda :— Thetford,Norfolk. 

Theodorodunum : — Wells, Somer- 
set. 

Theokebiria, Theokesberia : — 
Tewkesbury. 

Theorodunum . See Theodorodu- 
num. 

Theostrota : — Toccotes, Yorks. 

Thermce : — Bath. 

Thefa: — Little Ouse River, Nor- 
folk. 

Thetfordia :— Thetford, Norfolk. 

Thewda : — River Tweed. 



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Thiletheya : — Tiltey, Essex. 

Thineniutha : — Tynemouth, 
Northumberland. 

Thinus Flu. : — Eiver Tjiie, 
Northumberland. 

Thongum : — Thong, Yorkshire. 

Thonodunum : — Taunton, 
Somerset. 

Thonus : — EiverTone, Somerset. 

Thornega : — Thorn ej' Isle, the 
site of Westminster Abbey. 

Thorneia : — Thomey, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Thorp Comitisse : — Countess- 
thorpe, Leicestershire. 

Thuemia : — Tuam, Gal way. 

Thuenensis : — Of Down, Ireland. 

Thuetmonia : — Thomond, Ire- 
land. 

Thule : — Shetland Isles, or Ice- 
land. 

Thweda : — River Tweed. 

Tibius, Tybius Flu. : — River 
Teify, Cardiganshire. 

Tibraccia : — Tibraghny, Kil- 
kenny ; perhaps sometimes 
Tipperary. 

Ticcelea : — Thickley, Durham. 

Tichehella, TichehuUa : — Tick- 
hill, Yorks. 

Tichfelda :— Titchfield, Hants. 

Tietforda :— Thetford, Norfolk. 

Tignea . — Teign Canon, Devon. 

Tikehilla :— Tickhill, Yorks. 

TilcB. See Thule. 

Tileburgum : — Tilbury, Essex. 

Tiliapis. See Tolapia. 



Tina Flu.: — River Tyne, North- 
umberland ; or the Eden, 
Fifeshire. 

Tindolana : — Winchester in the 
Wall, Northumberland. 

Tinea Flu.: — River Teign, Devon. 

Tinemutha : — Tynemouth,North- 
umberland. 

Tinna. See Tina. 

Tinomoutum : — Tynemouth. 

Tintagium : — Tintagell, Corn- 
wall. 

Tinus. See Tina. 

Tiretin : — Tiltey, Essex. 

Tisa : — River Tees. 

Tisis, Tisobis Flu. : — River Con- 
way, N. Wales. 

Tistonia : — Tisted, Hants. 

Tiueteshala : — Titshall, Norfolk. 

Tiwa Magna : — Great Tew, Ox- 
fordshire. 

Tohius Flu. : — River Towy, Caer- 
marthenshire. 

Tcesobis. See Tisis. 

Tolapia, Toliapis, Toliatis : — 
Sheppey, or Thanet. 

Toller Porcorum : — Swinetoller, 
Dorset. 

Tomewordina : — Tamworth, Staf- 
fordshire. 

Tomondia : — Thomond, Ireland. 

Tonbrigittm : — Tonbridge, Kent. 

Tonellum : — The Tun, a prison in 
Cornhill. 

Torcestria : — Towcester, North- 
amptonshire. 

Torkesega : — Torksey or Torsey, 
Lincolnshire. 



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Tornai, Torneia : — Thornej', Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Tornetuna : — Thornton, Yorks. 

Torteoda : — Tortworth, Glouces- 
tershire. 

Tortuna : — Thornton - le - Street, 
Yorks. 

Totonesium Littus : — Coast of 
Hampshire, opposite to Tot- 
land's Bay (?) ; Totness. 

Trajectus : — Henbury, Hanham, 
or Bitton, near Bristol. 

Trajectus Augustce : — Austcliff, 
or Henbury, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Treanta '. — River Trent. 

Treoastellum : — Beaumaris, An- 
glesey. 

Trefontana : — Three Fountains, 
Lammermuir. 

Trehenta : — River Trent. 

Trellinum : — Welshpool, Mont- 
gomery. 

Trenovantum : — London. 

Trenta : — River Trent. 

Trepelawa : — Triplovr, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Treska: — Thirsk, Yorks. 

Triburna : — Kilmore. 

Trimontium, Trimuntium : — An- 
nand, Dumfriesshire, or 
Eildon. 

I'rinoantes, Trinobantes, Trino- 
uantes :— The people of Mid- 
dlesex and Essex. 

Tripontium : — Towcester, or Lil- 
bourne, Northants; Rugby, 
Cave's Inn, or Kineton, 
Warwickshire. 



Trisanton : — River Test, Hants ; 
River Ouse, Sussex. 

Trisanton, Trisantonis Partus : 
— Southampton. See Clau- 
sen turn. 

Triuerium : — Truro, Cornwall. 

Trumense eastrum : — Trim, 
Meath. 

Trutulensis Partus : — Probably 
an error for Eutupensis, or 
the Humber. 

Tuai jEstuarium : — Mouth of the 
Spey, Scotland. 

Tuama, Tuaima : — Tuam, Gal- 
way, Ireland. 

Tueda : — River Tweed. 

Tuemia : — Tuam, Galway. 

Tueaxbea, Tueoxnea : — Christ- 
church, Hants. 

Tuerobis Flu. : — River Teify. 

Tuesis :— River Tees, Berwick. 

Tuesis: — Beancastle, near Nairn, 
or Bellie, cos. Elgin and 
Banff. 

Tuessis : — Berwick-on-Tweed. 

Tuggahala : — Tughall, North- 
umberland. 

Tuhetmonia : — Thomond. 

Tuida, Tuidus : — River Tweed. 

Tulina : — Inchtuthill, on the 
River Tay, Scotland. 

Tunnocelum : — Bowness, or Car- 
dornock, Cumberland; Tyne- 
mouth, Northumberland. 

Turfeia : — Turvey, Bedfordshire. 

Turabius Flu. : — River Teify, 
Cardiganshire. 

Tutesbiria, Tuttebiria : — Tutbury, 
Staffordshire. 



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415 



Ticeda, Ticeodum : — Hiver 
Tweed. 

Twomondia : — Thomond, Ire- 
land. 

Tybius : — Eiver Teify, Cardigan- 
shire. 
TykeUla :— TiekhiU, Yorks. 



U. 



Uhbanforda : — Norham, North- 
umberland. 

Udia : — People about Cork. 

UJiniona : — Ufton, Berks. 

Ugrulentum : — A town north of 
the Wall of Antonine. 

Ugueste : — A town north of the 
WaU of Antonine. 

Ulidia : — The province of Ulster, 
Ireland. 

UJlerwuda : — Ollerton, Che- 
shire (?). 

Ulmetum : — Elmley, or Emley, 
Yorks ; North Elmham, 
Norfolk. 

Ultonia, Uluestera : — Ulster, Ire- 
land. 

Umalia : — Achad Fobhair, co. 
Mayo, Ireland. 

Umber : — Eiver Humber. 

Undnlium, Undola : — Oundle, 
Northants. 

UniualUs. See Ureuallis. 

XJrbs Legionum : — Chester. 

Ureuallis : — Jervaulx, Yorks. 

Urgalia : — Louth, Ireland. 



Urironia : — Wrottesley , Stafford- 
shire. 

Uriconium. See Virioconium. 

Uriponium : — Eipon, Yorks. 

Urithlesia : — Wrexham, North 
Wales. 

UriuaUts : — Jervaulx, Yorks. 

Uroeonium. See Virioconium. 

Urolanium. See Verolamium. 

Urosullum : — Wressell, Yorks. 

Urouicum : — York. 

Urus : — Eiver Ure, or Yore, 
Yorks. 

Usa : — Eiver Ouse. 

Usocona, Usoconna : — Sheriff 
Halqs, Oaken Gates, Shrop- 
shire ; or Bednall, Stafford- 
shire. 

Uterni : — A tribe living in South 
Desmond. 

Utriconion. See Virioconium. 

Uxacona. See Usocona. 

Uxela : — Exeter, Bridgewater, 
or Lostwithiel. 

Uxelis : — Lostwithiel, or Laun- 
ceston, Cornwall. 

Uxelludamum: — Hexham, North- 
umberland. 

Uxelum : — Caerlaverock, or 
Wardlaw, Dumfriesshire. 

Uxena : — Crockherne Well, 
Devon. 

Uxinus Pons : — Uxbridge, Mid- 
dlesex. 

Uzela ^stuarium. See Vexala. 

Uzelium. See Uxelum. 

Uzella. See Uxela. 



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V. 

I'^acomagi : — People of Murray 
and Athol, Scotland. 

Vadum Bourn : — Oxford. 

Vadum Ceruinum : — Hertford. 

Vadum Pulchrum : — Fairford, 
Grlo ucestershire . 

Vadum Rubrum : — Hertford. 

Vadum Salicis : — Wilford ; Wal- 
ford, Herefordshire (?). 

Vadum Saxi : — Stanford. 

Vaga Flu. : — Eiver Wye, Here- 
fordshire. 

VagniaecB, Vagniacum : — Maid- 
stone, Wrotham, Northfleet, 
or Strood, Kent. 

Valeia : — Whalley, Lancashire. 

Valentia : — Province of Britain 
between the Walls of Ha- 
drian and Antonine, i.e., the 
Forth and the Tyne ; or be- 
tween the Walls of Hadrian 
and Severus. 

Vallidena : — Saffron Walden, Es- 
sex ; Walden, Lincolnshire. 

Vallis Anangia : — Annandale, 
Scotland. 

Vallis Aurea : — Golden Vale, 
Herefordshire. 

Vallis Cruets : — An abbey at Llan 
Egwestl or Egwast, Den- 
bighshire. 

Vallis i)ei:— Vaudey, or Wal- 
den, Lincolnshire ; Kil- 
lenny, co. Kilkenny. 

Vallis Doloris : — Wedale, Scot- 
land. 

Vallis Long a : — Combehire, or 
Cumhil, Radnorshire. 



Vallis Lucis : — Glenluce, Gallo- 
way, Scotland. 

Vallis Regalis : — Vale Eoyal, 
Cheshire. 

Vallis Salutis : — Baltinglass, co. 
Wicklow. 

Vallis S. Andrea : — Pluscardin, 
Moray. 

Vallis S. Maria iyi Snaudonia : — 
Beddgelert, Caernarvon- 
shire. 

Vallis Virtutis : — Charterhouse 
at Perth. 

Vallum :— The Picts' Wall. See 
Hadriani Murus. 

Valteris. See Verterce. 

Vanatinga : — Wantage, Berks. 

Vandalis Flu. : — River Wandle, 
Surrey. 

VandeJbiria : — Vandlebury, or 
Wandlesborough, a hill 
near Cambridge. 

Vanduaria : — Paisley. 

Vara Flu. : — Murray Firth. 

Vara Castrum : — Dunbar, 

Varia Flu. : — River Frome, Dor- 
set. 

Varingtonium : — Warrington, 
Lancashire. 

Varis : — Bodvari, Flintshire ; 
Llanfair, Denbighshire. 

Varuicum : — Warwick. 

Vecta, Vectesis : — Isle of Wight. 

Vectis Insula : — Whitehorn 
Island, Galloway ; Isle 
of Wight. 

Vecturiones : — Picts. 

Vedra, Vedrus : — River Wear, 
Durham, or the Tyne. 

Velabri : — People of Munster. 



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417 



Velox Flu. : — River Ivel, Somer- 
set. 

Velunia : — A town in Scotland. 

Veluntium : — ^Arless, Queen's 
Co., Ireland. 

Venantodunia : — Huntingdon- 
shire. 

Venantodunum, Venatorum 
Motis : — Huntingdon. 

Venedotia : — Gwynedd, North 
Wales. 

Veneris. See Vertera. 

Venicnium, Vennicuium: — Eam's 
Head, or Horn Head, Done- 
gal. 

Venicontes : — People in Fife. 

Vennicnii : — People of Tyrcon- 
nel, Ireland. 

VenoncB, Vennones: — Claybrooke, 
near Bensford Bridge, 
Leicestershire ; or Southam, 
Warwickshire. 

Venta Belgarum : — Winchester 
or Havant, Hants. 

Venta Icenorum, Simenorum, 
Cenomum : — Caistor or Nor- 
wich, Norfolk. 

Venta Silurum : — Caer-went, 
Monmouthshire . 

Ventanum : — Winchester. 

Ventolncensis: — Of Wensleydale, 
Yorks. 

Ventusfrigetmare : — Winchelsea, 
Sussex. 

Ventus Morbidus : — Windsor, 

Berks. 
Venutio : — The same as Banatia. 

Veratinum : — Cressage, Shrop- 
shire; Warrington; or the 
same as Verometum. 
M. 



Verbeia : — River Wharfe, Yorks. 

Vergiuius, Verginius Oceanus : — 
The sea to the south of 
Ireland. 

Verlucio : — Warminster, Leck- 
ham. Spy Park, or Sandy 
Lane, Wilts. 

Vemalis: — A town in Cornwall 
or Devon. 

Vernemetum. See Verometum. 

Vernicones : — The Picts. 

Verolamium: — Verulam, now St. 
Albans, Herts. 

Verometum: — Burrow Hill, or 
Cosby, Leicestershire ; or 
Willoughby, Notts. 

Veromum : — A town north of the 

Forth. 
Veroutcum : — Warwick. 
Verregraua : — Wargrave, Berks. 

VertertBy Verteris : — Brough- 
upon - Stainmore, West- 
moreland; Watgarth, Dur- 
ham ; or Bowes, Yorks. 

Verteuta : — A town in Cornwall 
or Devon. 

Vertis : — Bourton-on-the- Water, 
Gloucestershire (?). 

Veruedrum Promontorium : — 
Strathy, or Duncansby 
Head, Scotland. 

Veruicum : — Warwick. 

Verulamium: — Verulam, or St. 

Albans, Herts. 
Verus :— River Wear, Durham. 
Veruuium. See Berubium. 
Vetadunum : — Watton, Yorks. 
Veteleganus Pons : — Wheatley 

Bridge, near Oxford. 
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Vetilingiana Via : — Watling St. 

Vetta Insula : — Isle of Wight. 

Vetus Burgus : — Elvet, Durham ; 
Aldborough, Yorks. 

Vetus Piscaria : — Old Fish St., 
London. 

Vexala, Uzela JEstuarium'. — The 
mouth of the Yeo or Ivel, or 
of the Brent, Somerset. 

Vexfordia : — Wexford, Ireland. 

Via Caua : — HoUoway, Middle- 
sex. 

Via Nona : — Monaster o Gormo- 
gan, CO. Clare. 

Vicanum : — Etchingham, Sussex. 

Viconia. See Vinnouium. 

Victesis : — Isle of Wight. 

Victoria : — Wigton ; Abernethy, 
Perthshire ; Inchkeith ; or 
Dealgin Eos, Strathem. 

Victuarii, Vectiiarii :■ — Men of 
the Isle of Wight. 

Vicumba : — Wycombe, Bucks. 

Vicus Albanus, Malbus, or Mal- 
banus : — Nantwich, Che- 
shire. 

Vicus Or ten talis : — East wick, 
Herts. 

Vicus Saxeus : — Staindrop, or 
Stainthorp, Durham. 

Vidogara, Vidotara, ^stuarium : 
— Mouth of the Eiver Ayr 
or Eiver Irvine, Ayrshire. 

Vidua : — Eiver Crodagh, Done- 
gal. 
Vieruedrum : — See Veruedrum. 
Vigornia : — Worcester. 
Villa Albani: — St. Albans. 

Villa de Cruce Roesite: — Eoyston, 
Herts. 



Villa de S. Johanna : — Perth. 

Villa Faustini : — Dunmow, 
Woolpit, Bury St. Edmunds, 
or Orford in Suffolk. 

Villa Nona : — Newnham, Herts ; 
Newtownards, co. Down. 

Villa JVdvi Castri super Tinam : — 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Villa Regia : — Kingston-upon- 
Hull ; St. Edmundsbury, 
Suffolk. 

Vilsedonum : — Willesden, where 
there was a celebrated image 
of the Virgin Mary. 

Vilugiana Provincia : — Wilt- 
shire. 
Vimutium : — Weymouth, Dorset 

Vinchelsega : — Winchelsea, Sus- 
sex. 
Vindagora : — Windsor. 
Vindediuii : — Drogheda, Ireland. 
Vindelis : — Winchelsea. 
Vindelisora : — Windsor, Berks. 

Vindelocomum : — Winchcombe, 
Gloucestershire. 

Vinderius : — Bay of Carrick- 
fergus, or Loch Strangford. 

Vindesorium : — Windsor. 

Vindobala : — Eutchester, or Eou- 
chester, Northumberland. 

Vindocladia, Vindogladia : — 
Cranbourne, Wimborne, or 
Blandf ord, Dorset ; or Alum 
Bay, Isle of Wight. 

Vindolana, Vindolanda : — Little 
Chesters, or Chesterholm, in 
Northumberland. 

Vindomora : — Ebchester, Dur- 
ham ; Dod's End, Northum- 
berland ; or Killhope Cross, 
Durham, 



Latin Names of Places. 



419 



Vindomus, Vindonum : — Silches- 
ter ; Farnham ; near "Wliit- 
church ; or Winchester. 

Vindouala. See Vindobala. 

Vindtigladia. See Vindocladia. 

Vinduglessus : — Eiver Gaunless, 
Durham. 

Vinetria : — The Vintiy, London. 

Vinnouium. Vinouia : — Binches- 
ter, or Egglestone, Durham. 

Virdogladia. See Vindocladia. 

Virecinuni, Virecium. See Virio- 
conium. 

Viride Lignum : — Newry, Ire- 
land. 

Viridis Sinus : — Greenwich. 

Viridis Stagni Monasterium : — 
Soulseat, Galloway. 

Virioconium, Viroconium : — 
Wroxeter, Shropshire; or 
Stone, Staffordshire. 

Virolamium. See Verolamium. 

Virosidum : — Ellenborough, Old 
Carlisle, or Workington, 
Cumberland. 

Viruedrum. See Veruedrum. 

Visimonasterium : — Westminster. 

Visi-Saxones : — West Saxons. 

Vitrea Insula : — Glastonbury. 

Vituli Insula : — Selsey, Sussex. 

Viurus : — River Wear. 

Viuidin : — River Fowey, Corn- 
wall. 

Vodia : — People about Cork. 

Volantium. See Olenacum. 

Voldia : — Cotswold, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Voliba. See Voluba. 



Volitanium : — Probably on the 
Wall of Antonine. 

Volsas Sinus : — Loch Broom, 
Ross-shire, or Loch Assynt. 

Voluba : — Lostwithiel, Tregony, 
Falmouth, Bodmin, or 
Grampound, Cornwall. 

Volucrum Domus : — Fulham, 
Middlesex. 

Voluntii: — People of Ulster, 
Ireland. 

Voluntium : — Ardglass, Down, 
Ireland. 

Volurtion. See Borcouicum. 

Voluicum : — Woolwich. 

Voran : — Caervoran, Northum- 
berland, or Warran, Forfar. 

Voreda : — Old Penrith, Plump- 
ton Wall, or Kirk Oswald, 
Cumberland ; or Whelp 
Castle, Westmoreland. 

Vosargia :-^Herm Island in the 

Channel. 

Vusa : — River Ouse. 



W. 

Wabruna : — Weyboume, Nor- 
folk. 

Wachefelda : — Wakefield, Yorks. 

Wag a, Waia : — River Wye ; 
River Wey. 

Wakefeldia : — Wakefield, Yorks. 

Walalega : — Whalley, Lanca- 
shire. 

Walani : — Welshmen. 

Waldena : — Saffron Walden, 
Essex. 

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Waldintona : — Waldington, 

Yorks. 
Walensis : — A Welshman. 
Walia : — Wales. 

Walingforda : — Wallingford, 
Berks. 

Walkenesteda : — Godstone, 
Surrey. 

Walla Londoniarum : — London 
Wan. 

Waliscus, Wallanus: — A Welsh- 
man. 

Wallia : — Wales. 
Walonicus : — Welsh. 

Waltifordia : — Waterford, 

Ireland. 
Wanlokensis : — Of Wenlock, 

Shropshire. 

Wanneforda : — Wangford, Suf- 
folk. 
Wara : — Ware, Herts. 

Warengeforda : — ^Wallingford, 

Berks. 
Warewella : — Wherwell, Hants. 

Warle Sep tern Molar um : — War- 
ley, Essex. 
Warsopa : — Worksop, Notts. 
Waruicus : — Warwick. 
Wasfordia : — Wexford, Ireland. 

Watafordia : — Waterford, Ire- 
land. 
Watelega : — Wheatley. 

Waterfordin : — Waterford, Ire- 
land. 

Watria : — Wavertree, Lanca- 
shire. 

Wauerlega : — Waverley, Hants. 

Waya : — Eiver Wye ; R. Wey. 

Wdestochia, Wdestoka : — Wood- 
stock, Oxfordshire, 



Weahleia : — Weobley, Hereford- 
shire. 

Weda : — River Tweed. 

Welandus : — Welland River, 
Northants. 

Welcomestowa : — Walthamstow, 
Essex. 

Wella, Wellice :— Wells, Somer- 
set. 

Wendoura : — Wendover, Bucks. 

Wennescoita : — Coedowen, 
Brecon. 

Wenta :■ — Winchester. See also 
Winta. 

Wend : — People of Monmouth. 

Wera : — Weare, Somerset. 

Werkewurda : — Warkworth, 
Northumberland. 

Werregraua : — Wargrave, Berks. 

Werreministra : — Warminster, 
Wilts. 

Wertemora : — Stainmore, West- 
moreland. 

Werwella : — Wherwell, Hants. 

Wesefordia : — Wexford. 

Weskus : — Esk River, Yorks. 

Wessefordia : — Wexford, Ire- 
land. 

Westheria : — Westbury. 

Westmaria : — Westmoreland. 

Westmonasterium :— West- 
minster. 

Westmoria, Westmorlandin : — 
Westmoreland. 

W^'es^m?/7wa:— Westmill, Herts. 

West- Walani : — Cornish men. 

Wetha:—l&\e of Wight. See 
Vecta, 



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Wetierus: — ^River Wever, 
Cheshire. 

Weum : — Wem, Shropshire. 

Wherfus: — River Wharf e.Yorks. 

Wheta :— Isle of Wight. 

Wiableia : — Weobley, Hereford- 
shire. 

Wibigginum : 
shire. 



-Wigan, Lanca- 
— Wiveton, Nor- 



Wiburti Villa 
folk. 

Wiccia : — ^Worcestershire. 

Wiccii : — People living in Wor- 
cestershire. 

Wichcombia : — Wycombe, Bucks. 

Wichia : — Droitwich. 

Wichium : — North wich, Cheshire. 

Wichum : — Wick, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Wictona : — Witton, Durham. 

Wicumba : — Wycombe, Bucks. 

Wicus. See Vicus. 

Wienornis : — Wimbome, Dorset. 

Wigornia : — Worcester. 

Wika Hamonis : — Wyke Hamon, 

Northants. 
Wilda Sussexia :— The Weald of 

Sussex. 

Willensis :— Of Wells. 

Wilsates : — Inhabitants of Wilts. 

Wiltenses : — Inhabitants of 
Wilts. 

Wiltesciria : — Wiltshire. 

Wiltonia :— Wilton ; Wilts. 

Wimundhamia : — Wymondham, 
Norfolk. 

Winburna : — Wimbome, Dorset. 



Wincelcumha : — Winchcombe, 

Gloucestershire. 
Wincestria : — Winchester. 
Winchelcumba : — Winchcombe. 
Winchelsega : — Winchelsea. 

Windesoni, Windleshora, Wind- 
resora : — Windsor, Berks. 

Winla : — Gwent, a province in S. 
Wales, between Usk and 
Wye. 

Winternia : — Whithem, Wig^on- 
shire, Scotland. 

Wintoniu : — Winchester. 

Wiru : — R. Wear, Durham. 

Wirumutha : — Wearmouth, 
Durham. 

\] 'irecestrescirn : — Worcester- 
shire. 

Wirecestria : — Worcester. 

Wiremunda : — Wearmouth, 
Durham. 

IVirus : — River Wear, Durham. 

Wistendena : — Withdean, Sussex. 

Witehia :— Whitby, Yorks. 

Witerna, Witernia : — Whithem, 
Wigtonshire. 

Witlesia : — Whittlesey, Cam- 
bridgeshire. 

Witteneia : — Witney, Oxon. 

Witternensis : — Of Whithem, 
Wigtonshire. 

Wluestera : — Ulster. 

Wodnesberia : — Wednesbury, 
Staffordshire. 

Wodneslega : — Wendesley or 
Wensley, Derbyshire. 

Wotha :— Isle of Wight. 



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Wrehus : — River Wreke, Leices- 
tershire. 
Wudestocha : — Woodstock, Oxon . 

Wulfrunehantona : — Wolver- 
hampton, Staffordshire. 

Wychium : — Northwich, Ches- 
hire. 

Y. 



Yarienis : — River Yare, Nor- 
folk. 

Yarmuthia : — Yarmouth, Nor- 
folk. 

Yarum : — Yarm, Yorkshire. 



Yeogerieceastria : — Worcester. 

Yetzhamsteda : — Easthampstead, 
Berks. 

Ylvernis : — Inverness, Scotland. 

YmtUacum : — Emly, Tipperary. 

Ypocessa : -. — Lower Stanton (?), 
Herefordshire. 

Ysteleswurda : — Isleworth, Mid- 
dlesex. 

Yuelcestria : — Ilchester, Somer- 
set. 

Yxninga : — Exning, Suffolk. 



Z. 



Zeviota : — The Cheviots. 



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LATIN NAMES 

OP THE 

BISHOPRICS IN ENGLAND. 



Asaphensis, Assauensis : — St. 
Asaph's. 

Bagarensis, Bangorensis, Ban- 
nochorensis : — Bangor. 

Bathoniensis, or Bathoniensis et 
WeUensis : — Bath and Wells. 

Bristoliensis :■ — Bristol. 

de Bur go Sancti Pe^ri:— Peter- 
borough. 

Cantuariensis : — Canterbury 
(Archbishopric) . 

Carleolensis : — Carlisle. 

Cestrensis : — Chester. 

Cicestretuis : — Chichester. 

Couenirensis : — Coventry and 
Lichfield. 

Dunelmensis : — Durham. 

Eboracensis, Eburacensis: — York 
(Archbishopric). 

Eliensis : — Ely. 

Exonxensis : — Exeter. 

Glocestrensis : — Gloucester. 

Heliensis : — Ely. 



! Herefordensis, Herfordiensis : — 
Hereford. 

I Landavensis : — Llandaff. 

Lichfeldensis : — Coventry and 
Lichfield. 

Lincolniensis : — Lincoln. 

Londiniensis, Lundoniensi* : — 
London. 

Menetiensis : — St. David's. 

Noruicensis, Norwicensis : — Nor- 
wich. 

Oxoniensis : — Oxford. 

Pangorensis : — Bangor. 

Petriburgensis : — Peterboroiigh. 

Roffensis. Rouecestrensis : — 
Rochester. 

Sarisburiensis, Sa^ : — Salisbury. 

Sodorensis : — Sodor and Man. 

Vigorniensis : — Worcester. 

VVestmonasteriensis : — West- 
minster. 

Wigorniensis : — Worcester. 

Wintoniensis : — Winchester. 



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BISHOPRICS IN SCOTLAND. 



Aberdeiensis, Aberdonensis : — 
Aberdeen. 

Archadiee, Argadice : — Argyle. 

Argathelice, Argeuelensis : — 
Argyle. 

Berechinensis, Brechgnensis, 
Brihanensis : — Brechin. 

Caledoniensis :^Dunkeld. 

Candidce CascB : — Whithern, 
Galloway. 

Catenensis, Cathanensis : — Caith- 
ness. 

Cella Reguli : — St. Andrew's. 

Dubleinensisy Dumblanensis, Dun- 
bliuensis : — Dunblane. 

Dunkeldensis : — Dunkeld. 

JSbudcB :— The Isles. 

Edenburgensis : — Edinburgh. 

Ergadiensis, Ergaliensis : — 
Argyle. 

Galeweiensis, Gallouidiensis : — 
G-alloway. 



Galueia, Candida Casa de : — 
Galloway. 

Glascuensis, Glasguensix: — Glas- 
gow (Archbishopric). 

Hebudensis : — The Isles, or 
Sodor. 

Lismorensis : — Lismore. 

Mannia et Insularum : — The 
Isles. 

Morafensts, Morautensis, Mure- 
uensis : — Moray. 

Murthlaci : — Mortlach. 

Orcadiensis, Orchadensis : — 
Orkney. 

Rosmarkiensis : — Ross. 

Rossensis : — Ross. 

S. Andrea, Sanctandreanus : — St. 
Andrews (Archbishopric). 

Sodorensis : — The Isles, or Sodor. 

Witternensis : — Whitherne, 
Whithorn. 



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BISHOPRICS IN IRELAND.* 



Acadensis, Achadensis : — 

Achonry. 

Achadtensis, Achatensis : — Ag- 
hadoe. 

Achathkonrensis : — Achonry. 

^IJinensis : — Elphin. 

Airthermuighensis : — Armoy. 

Akadensis : — Ach.oiiry. 

Alachdensis, Aladensis : — Kil- 
lala. 

Alfinensis : — Elphin. 

Anachdunensis : — Annaghdown. 

Aondruimensis : — Nendmm. 

Aras-Celtnir : — Down. 

Archfordensis : — Ardfert. 

Archmorensis : — Ardmore. 

Arcmacensis : — Armagh (Arch- 
bishopric). 

Arcmorensi$ : — Ardmore. 

Ardacensis, Ardachadensis,Arda - 
hachtensis : — Ardagh. 

Ardartensis : — Ardfert. 

Ardbrekensis : — Ardbracchan, 
Meath. 

Ardcarnia : — Ardcame, 

Ardecadensis : — Ardagh. 

Ardefertensis : — Ardfert. 

Ardmacanus : — Armagh. 



Ardmorensis : — Ardmore. 

Ardsrathensis : — Ardstraw, Ar- 
drath, 

Armacanus, Armaketists : — Ar- 
magh (Archbishopric). 

Arthferdensis, Artfertensis : — 
Ardfert. 

Artmorensis :— Ardmore. 

Athrumensis : — Trim. 

Aunensis : — Awn. 



Baltifordia, 
terford. 



BatiJfordia : — Wa- 



Bangorensis : — Bangor. 
Bistagniensts : — Glendelough. 
Brefiniensis : — Brefiny, or Kil- 



Cumpulus Boris : — Aghavoe, or 
Achadboe, in Ossory. 

Canic : — Kilkenny. 

Carkagensis : — Cork. 

Cashelensis : — Cashel, Munster ; 
Cassiol Irra, Connaught. 

Casselensis, Casstlie7ists : — 
Cashel, Munster (Arch- 
bishopric). 



* Many bishoprics in Ireland were consolidated with others, or became 
extinct, the cathedrals becoming mere parish churches, as early as the 
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Cellaiaro : — Cellaiar, in the pro- 
vince of Tuam. 

Cellumabrath : — Kilfenoragh. 

Cenanus, Cenenensis : — Kells. 

Charensis : — Derry. 

Chienfernensis : — Clonfert (?). 

Chonderensis : — Connor. 

Cinana : — Error for Cluana. See 
Cluainensis. 

Clochorensis, Clogharensis : — 
Clogher. 

Clonardensis : — Cionard, Meath. 

Clonensis : — Cloyne, co. Cork. 

Clonfertensis : — Clonfert. 

Cluainensis, Cluanensis : — Clon- 
macnois, or Seven Churches, 
King's County. 

Cluanumensis : — Cloyne. 
Cluanuama : — Cloyne. 
Cluenerardensis : — Cionard. 
Coigners : — Connor. 
Conactensis : — Connaught. 

Conamy : — Cinani, or Clonmac- 
nois. 

Conga : — Cong. 

Connerensis, Conorensis : — Con- 
nor. 
Corcagiensis, Corcensis : — Cork. 

Corcumrothensis : — Corcumroe, 
afterwards at Kilf enora. 

Cuilectrannensis . — Culfeightrin. 

Cuilrathensis : — Coleraine. 



Dalnliguirensis, Damhliagensis 
— Duleek. 



Darensis : — Kildare. 



Dearrhiensis, Derensis : — Derry. 

Diuilensis : — Dublin (Arch- 
bishopric). 

Domnachmor : — Donoghmore. 

Donnaclsacheling : — Dunshaugh- 
lin, Meath. 

Doune : — Down, or Dundaleth- 
glas. 

Droncliuensis : — Drumclive. 

Drumorensis : — Dromore. 

Drunimorensis : — Dromore. 

Duacum, Duatum : — Kilmac- 
duagh, Galway. 

Dublinensis : — Dublin (Arch- 
bishopric). 

Dulicensis : — Duleek, Meath. 

Dundalcensis : — Dundalk. 

Dundalethglas, Dunensis : — 
Down. 

Dunkerrensis : — South Kerry, 
i.e., Ardfert. 



Edumabragh : — Kilfenoragh. 

Elnamirand : — Error for Cluan- 
ard, or Cionard. 

Elphinensis : — Elphin. 

Emiliensis : — Emly. 

Enachdunensis : — Annaghdown, 
or Enaghdune. 

Ennabrensis : — Error for Fen- 
nabrensis, Kilfenoragh (?). 

Ergallia : — Clogher. 

Eripolensis : — Jerpont. 

Favoria: — Fore, Meath. 
Fernensis : — Ferns. 



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Finnabrensis : — Fenabore, or 
Kilfenoragh. 

Furensis : — Fore, Foure. 

Fynnaborensis : — Fenabore, or 
Kilfenoragh. 

Gathay, hisula de : — Inniscathay, 
or Inniscattery. 

Glandelacensis : — Glendelough, 
or Glendalach. 

Hymlacensis : — Imelaco-Ibbair, 
or Emly. 

larmuanensis : — Of West Mun- 
ster. 

Imelacensis : — Imelaca-Ibair, 
Emly. 

Inmelettensis : — Emly. 

Iniscathrensis : — Inis-scattery. 

Kenanusensis, Kenlis : — Kells, 
Meath. 

Kildabeivensis : — Error for Kill- 
dalua (?). 

Kendaluam : — Killaloe. 

Kildarensis : — Kildare. 

Kildareuensis : — Killaloe (?). 

Kildelo : — Killaloe. 

Kilfenorensis : — Kilfenoragh. 

Kilkenensis : — Kilkenny. 

Kill-Aladh, KUlaleth : — Killala, 
CO. Mayo. 

Killdalua : — Killaloe. 

Killmunduach : — Kilmacduagh, 
or Kihnacough. 

Killruaidhensis : — Kilroot. 

Kilmorensis: — Kilmore, Kilmore 
Moy. 



Kyenfernensis : — Clonfert (?). 
Kynlathensis : — Killala. 
Kyry : — Kerry. 

Ladensis :— Killala, co. Mayo. 

Laginiensis : — Leinster. 

Laonacensis : — Killaloe. 

Laoniensis : — Killaloe. 

Leclinensisj Leghelensis, Legh- 
glensis : — Leighlin. 

Lessemore : — Lismore. 

Lethlegensis : — Leighlin. 

Limricensis : — Limerick. 

Lismorensis : — Lismore. 

Lugdunensis : — Louth, united to 
Clogher. 

Lugundunensis : — Louth. 

Lumbrtcensis, Lumntacensis, 
Lumpniacensis : — Limerick. 

de Mageo, Maigojiensis : — Mayo. 

Maghbilensis : — Moville, co. 
Down. 

Medensis : — Meath. 

Melicensis : — Emly. 

Middensis, Midiensis : — Meath. 



Ojiachramuy : — afterwards at 
KiUala. 

Omanensis : — Omaine, Clonfert. 

Osseriensis : — Ossory. 



Rapotensis, JRathbocensis, Rathbo- 
tensis : — Eaphoe. 

Rathasithensis : — Rashee. 



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Rathaspieensis : — Ratheaspuic- 
innic. 

Rathbothensis : — Eaphoe. 

Rathlucensis, Rathlurensis : — 
Eathluraigh. 

Rathmurhhulgensis : — Eathmur- 
bholg. 

Rechrannensis : — EatUin. 

Rosalither: — Rosscarbery, united 
to Cork. 

Roscomon : — Roscommon. 

Roscreensis : — Roscrea. 

Rosensis : — Ross. 

Rossiensis : — Roscrea. 

Ruscomia : — Roscommon. 



Saigerensis : — Saiger, Seirkeran, 
translated to Aghavoe, in 
Ossory. 

Skrynensis :— Skreene. 

Slanensis : — Slane, Meath. 



Tarensis, Tharensis : — Derry. 

Thuenensis : — Down. 

Tighhonensis : — Tighbohin. 

Tiramalgaid : — Tirawley. 

Triburnensis : — Another name 
for the See of Brefiny, or 
Kilmore. 

Trimensis : — Trim, Meath. 

Tuaimensis, Tuenensis : — Tuam 
(Archbishopric). 

Tullagensis : — Tulach. 

lume : — Tuam. 

Ulagensis : — Down. 

Umalia : — Achadfobhair, Mayo. 

Wasefordensis : — Wexford. 
Waterfordensis : — Waterford. 
Wexfordensis :— Wexford. 

Ymlagh : — Emly. 



LATIN FORMS OF KNaLISH SURNAMES. 



A. 

Aba -.—Abbott. 

de Abhacia : — Abbess, Dabbs. 

de Abbaneio : — Abney. 

Abbas : — Abbott. 

de Abrincis : — D'Avranches. 

Actiius : — Hawkwood. 

de Adurni Portu : — Etherington. 

de Agnellis : — Agnew, Dagnall. 

de Agnis : — Aignes, Ains. 

de Aillio :— D'Aile, Alley. 

Ala Campi : — Wingfield. 

de Alba Mara, de Alba Maria : — 
Albemarle, Aumarle. 

de Albeneio : — D'Aubeney, Albi- 
ney, Albeney. 

Albert'cus, AJbrea, Albreeus : — 
Awbrey. 

de Albineio, Albiniaco : — D'Aube- 
ney, Albiney, Dolben. 

de Albo Monasterio : — Blanc- 
muster, Whitchurch. 

Albus :— White. 

de Aldedelega : — Audley. 

de Aldithelega, Aldithehia : — 

Audley. 
Alec : — Herring. 
de Alemania : — Dalmaine. 
Alemannicus : — Allman. 



Alesitu : — Alane. 

de Alneto : — Dawnay, Dannay, 
Dennett. 

de Alno : — Daunay. 

Alselinus : — Ansell, Ancell. 

de Alta Ripa : — de Hauterive, 
Dawtrey, Daltry, Hawtrey. 

de Alta JRiva. See de Alta Ripa. 

de Alta Villa : — De Hauteville. 

de Alto Menilln : — de Haut- 

mesnil. 
de Amblia : — De Amblie, 

Hamley. 
Anastasius : — Anstis. 
de Ancariis : — Dancer. 
de Andenilla : — Hanvrell. 
Anglicus : — Inglis, England. 
de Angulis : — Angell. 
de Angulo : — del Angle, atte 

Cornere. 
in Angulo : — atte Noke. 
de Ansa : — Daunce. 
de Apibus : — Bee, Bye (?). 
Apotecarius : — Lespicer, Spicer. 
Apparitor : — Sumner. 
de Aqua Blanca : — Egeblaunch, 

Aygueblanche. 
de Aqua Frisca : — Freshwater. 
Aquapontanus : — Bridgwater. 



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de Aquila :— Eagle, D'Eagles, 
Diggles. 

Arbalistarius : — Arblaster, Ala- 
baster. 

Archidiaconus : — Archdeacon, 
Arcedeckne. 

de Archis, Arcis : — D'Arques, 
Arch, Dark. 

de Arcla : — Harcla, Argles. 

Arcuarius : — Archer, Larcher. 

de Arcubus : — de Arches, Bowes. 

de Arenis : — Darens, Darayns, 

Sandes. 
de Argentomo : — Argentoune. 

de Arida Villa : — Dryton, 

Dryden. 
de Ariete : — Herriott. 
Armiger : — Arminger. 
de Armis : — Harms, Armes. 
Arundelius : — Arundel. 
Ascelinus : — Ansell, Ancell. 
Asculphus : — Ayscough, Askew. 
de Asneriis : — Daniers, Denyer. 
de A trio : — Hall. 
de Auhemara : — Albemarle. 
Auberictts : — Awbrey. 
de Auca, de Auco : — Owe. 

de Augo : — D'Eu, Auge, Agg, 

Dagg. 
Augustinus : — Austin, Hotine. 
de Aula : — Hall. See de Haula. 
ad Aulam : — atte Halle, Hall. 
Auonius : — Of Northampton. 

de Aurea Voile : — Dorival, 
Dorvell, Darvall. 

de Aureis Testiculis : — Orescuilz. 

de Aureo Vado : — Goldford or 
Guldeford. 



Aurifaber : — Orfeur, an ancient 
name in Cumberland. 



de Aurilla : 
de Autrico 



-Overall. 
-d'Auxerre, Oxier. 



de Aynecuria : 
Deyncourt. 



Daincourt, 



B. 

de Ba, Baa : — Baugh. 

Bacchus : — Backhouse. 

de Bada : — Bath. 

de Baha. See de Ba. 

de Bailolio : — Baliol. 

de Bajocis : — de Bayeux, Bews, 
Baines. 

de Ballio : — ^Bailey. 

cum Barba: — Witheberd, Beard. 

Barbatus : — Barbet, Barbey. 

Bardulfus : — Bardolph. 

de Barra : — de la Barre, de 
Barre. 

Barrarius : — Le Barrer, Le 
Barrier. 

de Batonia : — Bath. 

de Baudribosco : — Boldrewood. 

de Beeuilla : — Beville, Beavill. 

de Belesmo : — de Belesme. 

de Bella Aqua : — de Bealeawe, 
Bellew. 

de Bella Camera: — Belchambers. 

de Bella Fago : — de Bealfo, Beau- 
foe, Belfou. 

de Bella Fide : — Beaufoy. 

de Bella Villa : — Belville. 



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de Bella Alneto : — Bellany. 

de Bella Campo : — de Belcamp, 
Beauchamp. 

de Bella Capite : — Beauchief. 

de Bella Faco : — Beaufeu. 

de Bella Laca : — Beaulieu, Bew- 
ley, Bowley. 

de Bella Manso : — Beaumains, 
Beaumeis. 

de Bella Marisca : — Beaumarsh. 

de Bella Mante : — Beaumont. 

de Bella Partu : — de Baupere. 

de Bella Praia : — de Beaupre. 

de Bella Situ : — Bellasis. 

de Bella Vera : — de Beuvar, 
Beauver. 

de Bella Vista : — Bel voir. 

de Bella Visit : — de Beauvise, 
Bevers. 

Benedictus : — Bennett. 

de Benefactis : — Benfield. 

de Beneualis : — Benlows. 

Bercarius: — Le Bercher, Barker. 

Bercatar : — Barker. 

Berengariiis : — Barringer. 

de Bereuilla : — de Berville, Bur- 
field, BereweU. 

de Berneriis : — Bemers. 

de Beuerlaca : — Beverley. 

Bituricensis : — de Bourges. 

de Blanco Pane : — Whitbread. 

de Blatiia : — de Blaye. 

de Blithaduno : — Blyton. 

de Blasseuilla, Blasteuilla : — 
Blovile, Blofield. 

de Blays : — Blew, Bligh. 



de Blundetiilla : — Blundeville, 
Blomfield. 

Blundus : — Le Blond, Blundel, 
Blount. In the case of a 
lady, the feminine Blunda 
is used. 

de Boceo : — de Bocy. 

de Baeuilla : — Bovill. 

de Balagna : — Bullen. 

de Bana Villa : — Bonville. 

de Bana Fassato : — Goodrick. 

Bononius : — Boleyn. 

de Baania : — de Bohun. 

de Bargeis : — Burges. 

Barlasius : — Borlaee. 

de Bortana : — Burton. 

de Bosca : — Boys, Boyce, Busk, 
Wood. 

de Bosca Arso : — Brentwood. 

de Basca Roardi : — Borhard. 

de Baseuilla : — Boswell. 

de Botellis : — Butler. 

de Baterellis : — Botreaux, Bot- 
trel. 

de Boularia : — de Boilers, Buller. 

de Bonis Villa : — Bovill. 

de Braiasa : — de Braose, Bra wis, 
Brewliouse. 

Brit a : — Le Bretun. 

de Brailleio : — de BruiUy, Briley. 

de Brueria : — Bryer, Briewer, 
Brewer. 

Brunelli : — Bumell. 

Brunus : — Le Briin, Brown. 

de Bucca : — Buck. 

de Bucca Uncta : — de Bouchaine, 
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de Buds : — de Buces, Bouche, 
Bush. 

Budellus : — de Buelles, Boyle. 

de Buesuilla :— Bouville, Bous- 
ville, Boseville, Bousfield. 

de Bulemara : — Bulmer. 

de Buliaco : — Buisly, Builly. 

de Burco : — de Burgh. 

Burgensis : — B urges. 

de Bur go : — de Burgh, Burke, 
Bourke. 

de Bur go Charo : — Bourchier. 

Burgundiensis : — de Bourgogne, 
Bourgoyne, Burgon. 

de Burnauilla : — Bernwell, Barn- 
well. 

de Bur tana : — Burton. 

de Bussa Villa : — de Boseville, 
Beuzeville, Boscherville. 



C. 



de Cabanisio : — de Chalbeneys. 

de Cadomo : — de Caen, Caine. 

de Cadurcis : — de Chaorces, 
Chaworth. 

CcBcilius : — Cecil. 

de Cahagnis, Cahannis: — Keynes, 
Keine, Cain. 

de Cainelo, Cainneto: — de Ques- 
nay, Chainei, Keynes (?), 
Cheyne. 

de Caisneto. See de Caineto. 

Calcearius : — Le Chancier, 
Chaucer. 

Calixtus : — Kiliick. 



de Calleio : — de Cailly, Cayley. 

Caluinus : — Caffyn, Chaffyn. 

de Caluo Monte : — Chaumond. 

Caluus : — Baud, Bald, Cafe, 
Calf, Calver, Callow. 

de Camera : — Chambers. 

de Cameraco : — Gomery. 

Camerarius : — Chamberlayne. 

de Campania : — ^de Champaigne, 
Champneys. 

Camparnulphus, de Campo Ar- 
nulphi : — Champernoun. 

de Campis : — Descamps, Kemp. 

de Campo Auene : — Campda- 
veine, Otfield. 

de Campo Bella : — Campbell. 
de Campo Florido, Florum : — 

Champfleur. 
de Camuilla : — Camvil. 
de Canceio : — Chauncey. 
de Cancellis : — Chaunceus. 
de Caneto : — Cheney. 
de Caniueto : — Knevitt, Knyvett. 

Canonicus : — Le Chanoin, Can- 
non. 

de Cantilupo : — de Cantelou, 
Cauntelow, Cantlow, or 
Cantello. 

Cantor : — Le Chaunter, Singer. 

de Canuilla : — Camville. 

de Capella : — Capel. 

Capellanus : — Caplin, Chaplin. 

de Capis : — de Chappes, Cope, 

Capes. 
Capito : — Grostete, Grosse Teste, 

Grosthead, Grouthead. 
Capra : — Chevre, 



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de Capra : — de la Chievre, 
Cheevers, Chivers. 

(te Capreolo : — Roebuck. 

de Capreolocuria, de Capricu- 
ria : — Clievercourt. 

Caractacus : — Craddock. 

Caradocus : — Oaradock, Cra- 
dock. 

Carhonarius : — Carbonel. 

Careiarius : — Carter. 

de Cariloco : — Cherlewe. 

de Carisio : — de Cerisy. 

Camotensis : — de Chartres. 

de Carnotto : — de Carnoth or 

Crennach. 
de Caro Loco : — Carelieu. 
de Casa Dei: — Godsliall. 

de Casineto, Casneto. See de 
Caineto. 

Castellanus : — Catlin. 

de Castellis : — de Chasteus. 

de Cast ell o : — de Chastell, Castle, 
Castell, Chatto. 

de Castello Magno: — Castlemain. 

Castor : — Bever, 

de Castro : — Castell. 

de Castro Nouo : — de Castelnau. 

de Catherege : — Catherick, Cart- 
wright. 

de Cauo Monte: — de Caumont, 
de Chaumont. 

Cecus : — Cheke. 

Cenomannicus : — Maine. 

de Ceraso, de Cericio: — de Cerisy, 

Cherry. 
de Cestria : — Chester. 
de Chahaignis. See de Cahagnis. 



de Chaisneto. 

de Chaluennio 
Clabone. 



See de Caineto. 
: — de Clavigny, 



de Chaorcis, Chaurcis : — 
Chaworth. 

de Chauwurcis : — Chaworth. 

Cheligreuus : — Balligrew. 

Chenesis :— Chaigne, Le Chesne, 
Cheyny. 

Chentiscus : — Kentish, 

de Chesneto. See de Caineto. 

de Cheueriis : — de Chevrieres, 
Chaffers. 

Chirchebeius : — Kirkby, Kirby. 

de Chris ti Ecclesia : — de Crisse- 
chirche, de Cristecherche. 

Cinomannicus : — Maine. 

de Clara Villa : — Clareville. 

Claranus : — dare. 

de Clarifago : — Clerfay. 

de Claris Vallibus : — Clerevanx, 
Clarival. 

de Claro Fageto : — Clerfay. 

de Claro Monte : — Clermont, 

Clermund. 
Clauiger : — Clavinger. 
de Clauilla : — de Clavile, Cleville. 
de Clauso : — Close, Class. 
Clericus : — Clarke, Cleary. 
de Clintona : — Clinton. 
de Cliuo FoWi:— Clifford. 
de Coarda : — de Cowert, Coward. 
CocM*:— Cook, Coke, Cocks. 
de Codria : — Cowdry. 
de Coisneriis : — de Coiners 
de Colauilla : — Colville. 



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de Coldreto : — de Coudray. 

Collinus : — Knollys. 

de Collo Medio : — de Colmieu. 

de Columbariis : — Columbers. 

de Conchis : — Shelley. 

de Conductu : — Chenduit. 

de Conifferiis, Conner Us : — de 
Coignieres, Conyers. 

Constabulariiis : — le Cunestable, 

Constable. 
Corhaldus : — Corbould. 
de Corcella : — Churchill. 

de Cormeliis : — de Cormayles, 
Cormie. 

de Corniola : — Cornell. 

de Cornuhia : — Comwayle. 

Cornutus : — Horn. 

Coruesarius : — Corveser, Corsar. 

de Coruo Spince : — Crowthom. 

de Cramauilla : — Cranwell. 

Crassus: — LeGros. ^eeGrassus. 

de Craucumba : — Crowcombe. 

de Creauso : — de Grranson, 
Grandison. 

de Crepito Corde : — Crevecoeur, 
Crowcotir. 

de Criwa : — Crewe. 

Crocus : — Croke. 

de Crotis : — Croot, Grote. 

de Cruce : — Cross. 

Cruciarius : — Crocker. 

de Cuillio : — Colley. 

Cullus de Boue : — Oxenstern. 

de Cuminis : — Corny n. 

Cunetius : — Kennett. 

de Cur ceo, Curci : — de Courcy. 



de Curia : — Delacour, Cure. 
de Curleio : — Curley. 
de Curua Spina : — Crowthom. 
de Cusancia : — Cussans. 



D. 



Dacus : — Le Daneis, Dennis. 
Daincuriensis, de Aynecuria : — 
Daincourt, Deyncourt. 

Dalenrigius : — Dalegrig. 

Daniscus : — Dennis. 

de Daviduilla : — D' Aville, D'Ey- 

ville. 
Decanus : — Dean. 

Deuon' : — Le Deveneis, Deve- 
nish. 

Diaholus : — Dayville, De Eyville, 
Deeble, Dibble. 

de Dice to : — de Disci, Diss. 

Dinpensarius, Dispensator, Dis- 
penser ius : — Le Despenser, 
Spencer. 

de Diua : — Dive, Dives, Deaves, 

Diuitius: — Eiche. 

Doderigus : — Doddridge. 

de Doito : — D wight. Brook. 

de Douera : — de Douvres, Dover. 

Draco : — Drake, Drage. 

de Drocis : — de Dreux, Drew. 

Drogo : — Drew. 

Duchtius : — Doughty. 

de DumouilJa : — Domville, Dun- 
ville. 

de Duna : — Don, Down, 



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435 



de Dunestanuilla : — ^Dunstanvill. 
Durandus : — Durrant, Durand. 

Duridentis : — Doiredens, Dur- 

dans. 
Dutentius : — Doughty. 
Dux : — Ducy, Duck, Duke. 

E. 

Easterlingus : — Stradling. 

de Ebroicis, de Ebrois : — D'Ev- 
reux. 

Ecclesiensis : — Churche. 

Eliseus : — Ellis. 

Elt/ota :— Elliott. 

de Ericeto : — Briewer. 

de Ermenolda Villa: — d'Erme- 
nonville. 

de Ermenteriis : — Darmenters. 

Emaldus : — Emaut, Arnold. 

de Erolicto : — Erliche. 

de Escaleriis : — de Escales, 
Scalers, Scales. 

de Escardeuilla : — Scarvell. 

de Eschouilla : — Escoville, Scho- 
field, Scovell. 

de Escrupa : — Le Scrope, Scrope. 

Esperuerius : — Le Sperver, Spar- 
ver. 

de Essartis : — Essart, Sart. 

de Esseleia : — Ashley. 

de Estlega, Estleia : — Astley, or 
Est ley. 

Eudo : — Eade, Eades. 

Extraneus, de Extraneo : — 
L' Estrange, iStrange. 



Faher : — Lefevre. 

Facetus : — Le Facet. 

de Fago : — Beech, Beecher, 
Fagge. 

de Fata : — de Fai, Fay. 
Falconarius : — Falkner, Fachney. 
Falkasius : — Fawkes. 
Falterellus : — Futerel, Fewtrell. 
Fantasma : — Fantosme. 
Faucus : — Folkes, Vaux. 
Faukesius : — Fawkes. 
Ferchardus : — Farquhar, Forker. 
Ferdinandus : — Farrant. 
Ferrarii : — ^Ferre. 
de Ferrariis : — Ferrars, Ferrier. 
Ferratus : — Fairy, Ferrie. 
Fiber : — Bever. 
Fierebrachius : — Ferbras. 
de Fieruilla : — Fierville, Fair- 
field. 
de Filiceto : — Femham. 

Ftltus Adelini : — Fitz-Adelin, 

Edlin. 
Ftlius Alani : — Fitz-Alan. 
Filius Aluredi : — Fitz-Alard, or 

Fitz- Alfred. 
Filius Amandi : — Fitz-Amand. 
Filius Andrea : — Fitz-Andrew. 
Filius Baldewini : — Baldwin, 

Bolderson, Bowdon. 
Filius Baldrici : — Baldry, 
Filius Bernardi : — Fitz-Bamard. 
Filius Bricii : — Biyson. 
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Filius Boffonis : — Bewes. 

Filius Briani: — Fitz-Brian. 

Filius Cod : — Cookson. 

Filius Comitis : — Fitz- Count. 

Filius Dauidis : — Dawson. 

Filius Draconis : — Drake. 

Filius Drogonis: — Drewes, Drew. 

Filius Edmundi : — Edmunds. 

Filius Eustachii : — Fitz-Eustace. 

Filius Fulconis : — Fitz-Fulk, 
Faulke. 

Filius Galfridi : — Fitz-Geoffry. 

Filius Gerardi : — Fitz-Grerrard. 

Filius Gilleberti : — Fitz-Gilbert. 

Filius Godesealli : — Godshall. 

Filius Gualteri : — Fitzwalter, 
Walters. 

Filius Guarini : — Fitz- Warren. 

Filius Guidonis : — ■ Fitz-Guy, 
Fitz with. 

Filius Gulielmi : — Fitz- William, 
Williamson, Williams. 

Filius Hamonis : — Fitz-Hamon, 
Hammond, Hampson. 

Filius Hardingi : — Fitz-Har- 
dinge. 

Filius Henrici : — Fitz-Henry, 
Harrison, Harris. 

Filius Herberti : — Fitz-Herbert. 

Filius Hugonis : — Fitz-Hugh, 
Hughes, Hewes, Hewish, 
Hewson. 

Filius Humfredi : — Fitz-Hum- 
phrey, Humphreys. 

Filius IbotcB : — Ibhotson, 
Ebison. 

Filius Isaac : — Isaacs, Higgins, 
Higginson, Hicksou. 



Filius Jacobi : — Fitz-James, 
Jameson. 

Filius Johannis : — Fitz- John, 
Johnson, Jones. 

Filius KaterincB : — Katlynson, 
Cattlin. 

Filius Laurentii : — Lawson. 

Filius LetiticB : — Lettson. 

Filius LuceB : — Fitz- Lucas. 

Filius LucicB : — Lucy. 

Filius Mauricti : — Fitz-Maurice, 
Morison. 

Filius Mir.haelis : — Fitz- Michael. 

Filius Nicolai: — Fitz-Nichol, 
Nicholson, Nichols. 

Filius Odonis : — Fitz-Otes. 

Filius Oliueri : — Fitz-Oliver. 

Filius Osburni : — Fitz-Osburn. 

Filius Osmondi : — Fitz-Osmond. 

Filius Othonis or Ottonis : — 
Fitz-Otes. 

Filius Pagani: — Fitz- Pain. 

Filius Patricii : — Fitz-Patrick. 

Filius Petri : — Fitz Peter, Peter- 
son, Peters. 

Filius Philippi : — Phillips, 
Phipps, Phipson. 

Filius Radulfi : — Fitz-Ealph, 

Eaphson. 
Filius Reginaldi : — Fitz-Eay- 

noid, Reynolds. 
Filius Ricardi : — Fitz-Eichard, 

Richardson, Richards. 

Filius Roberti : — Fitz-Robert, 
Robertson, Roberts, Robin- 
son. 

Filius Rogeri : — Fitz-Roger, 
Rogerson, Rogers. 



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437 



Filius Saheri : — Searson. 

Filius Simonis : — Fitz-Simon, 
Simonds. 

Filius Stephani : — Fitz-Stephen, 
Stephenson, Stephens, Stif- 
fin. 

Filius Suani : — Swainson. 

Filius Thomee : — Fitz-Thomas, 
Thomson. 

Filius Vidu a : — Widdowson . 

Filius Walteri : — Fitz- Walter, 
Walters, Waters, Watson, 

Watts. 

Filius Warini : — Fitz-W^arin, 
Warison. 

de Firmitate : — de la Ferte. 

de Flammauilla : — de Flamville. 

Flandrensis : — Flemyng. 

Flauillus : — Flavell. 

Flauus : — Blund, Blount ; 
Fleuez. 

Flecharius 
cher. 

Florus : — Flowers. 

de Fluctibus : — Flood. 

de Folia : — Foley. 

de Foliis : — Foulis. 

de Fonte: — Font, Faunt. 

de Fonte Austrnli: — Southwell. 

de Fonte Ebraldi: — FonteArraud. 

de Fonte Limpido : — Sherbum. 

de Fontibus : — Wells. 

de For da : — Ford. 

Forestarius : - Forester, Foster. 

de Forgia : — de la Forge. 

Formannus : — Formes. 

de Fornellis : — de Fumel. 



-Le Flechier, Flet- 



de Forti Scuto : — Fortesctie. 

de Fortibus : — de Fort, de Forz, 
Force. 

de Fossa Nona : — Newdike. 

de Fraisneto, Fraxineto : — de 
Fraine, dii Fresne. 

de Francheuilla : — de Freville 

Francus : — Franks. 

de Fraxino : — del Freine, Frean, 
Ashe. 

Frescoburnus : — Freshbume. 

de Freuilla : — Fretchvile, Frevile. 

de Frigido Mantello : — Free- 
mantle. 

de Frigido Monte: — de Fremond, 
Fremont. 

de Frisco Villa : — Fretchville, 
Frevile, Freshfield. 

de Frisco Marisco : — Freshmarsh. 

Fulcherii : — Fulcher. 

de Fulyeriis : — de Fougeres, de 
Filgeres, Fudger, Fulcher. 

de Furnellis : — Furneaux, Fur- 
ness. 



G. 

de Gaio : — Gai, Gay, Jay. 

de Gandauo, Gandauensis : — 
Gaunt. 

Ganterius : — Glover. 

de Gardaroba : — Wardroper. 

de Gardinis : — Garden. 

Garnerux: — Guarnier, Warner. 

de Gasconia : — Gascoyne. 

de Gaweia : — Qower. 

de Geinuila : — de Geynville. 



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de Geneua : — de Q-enevile. 


de Greylliaco : — de Greilly, 


de Genisteto : — Bromfield. 


Grelley. 


de Gerardi Villa : — Greville, 


Grimbaldi : — Grimbaud. 


Grraville. 


de Grinnosa FV//a :— de Grin- 


Geruasius : — Gerveis, Jarvis, 


viUe. 


Jervis. 


de Griperia : — Gripper. 


Giouanus : — ^Yoting, 


Grisius : — Le Grice. 


de Girbirti Villa: — de Gerber- 


de Grosso : — de Gruce, Gross. 


ville. 


de Grosso Monte : — Grosmond, 


de Gisneto : — de Gisney, Gynney. 


Grismond. 


de Gisortio : — de Gisors. 


de Grosso Venatore : — Grosvenor. 


de Glanuilla : — Glanvil. 


Grossus : — Le Gros. 


Gobio : — Gudgeon. 


Grotius : — Grose. 


de Gorniaco : — Gorney, Gurney. 


de Grue : — Crane. 


Gosselinus : — Gosling. 


Guarini : — Guerin. 


de Gouheria: — Gower. 


Guido : — Guy, Gee. 


Grammaticus : — Grammer. 


de Guidouilla : — Wydville, Wy- 


de Grana : — Graine, Grain. 


ville. 


de Granauilla, Greenuilla : — 


Gulaffra : — Golofre, Golfer, 


Green vil, or Grenvile. 


Gulfer. 


de Grandauilla : — Granvile. 


de Gundeuilla : — Gonville. 


de Grandisono: — de Graunson, 


de Guntheri Sylua : — Gunter. 


Grandison. 


de Guti : — del Got. 


Grandis, or Magnus Venator : — 




Grosvenor. 




Grandus : — Le Grand, Graunt, 




Grant. 


H. 


Granetarius : — Grenet. 




de Grangia : — Grainge. 


de Haia : — de la Haye, Hay. 


Grangiarius : — Grainger. 


de Hambeia : — Hamby, Hanby. 


de Grano Ordei, Granum Ordei: 


de Hanoia: — deHenau, Han way. 


— Greindorge. 


de Hantona •.—B.a.nioM, Hampton. 


Grassus : — Le Gras, Grace, Le 


de Harcla : — Harkley. 


Gros. 


de Haricuria : — Harcourt, Hare- 


de Graua : — de la Grave, Graves. 


court. 


de Grendona : — Greendon. 


Hastifragus : — Brakespere. 


de Grento : — Grente, Grinde. 


Hauardus :-^Howard. 



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de Haula : — de la Hale, Hall, 


de Joannis Villa : — de Jehan- 


Hawley. 


ville, Greneville, Ganville. 


de Haya : — de la Haye, Hay. 


Joannus : — Jones. 


Heremtta : — ^Armit. 


Jodocus : — Joice. 


Heres : — Le Hare, Eyre. 


Juuenis : — Lejeune, Young. 


Herueus : — Harvey. 




Hieronymus : — Jerome, Jerram. 


K. 


de Hirundine : — Arundel. 


Hiipaniolus : — Aspinall. 


de Kahagnis :— Keynes. 


de Hoga : — de la Hoge, Hogg. 


de Kaineto, de Kaisneto : — Ches- 


de Holmo : — Holmes. 


ney, Cheney, Keynes. 


de Hosata, de Hosa : — de la Hose, 


Kentesius : — Le Kenteis, 


de la Huse. 


Kentish. 


Hosatus: — Hose, Huese, Hussey. 


de Keyneto. See de Kaineto. 


Howardus : — Howard. 


de Kima, Kyma : — de Kyme, 


Hugo : — Hook. 


Keymer. 


Husatus, Hussatus : — Hoese, 




Huese, Hussey. 


L. 


I. 


de Lacella : — Lascales, Lacelles. 




de Lacu : — de Lake, Tiake. 


de Illeriis :— de St. HeUier, Hil- 
lier. 

Infans :— L'Enfant, Child. 

de Ingania : — Engaine. 

de Insula : — lisle. 

de Insula Bona : — Lislebone. 


de Lada : — de la Lade. 


de Lceto Loco : — Lettley. 

de La Mara : — Delamare. 

de Laga : — Lee, Lea, Leigh. 

Lambardus :— Lambard, or Lam- 
bert. 


de Insula Fontis : — Lilbume. 


de Landa : — de la Lande, Land. 


de Ipra : — de Ipres. 


de Landalis : — Landal, Tiandels. 


de Ispania : — Spain. 


de Langdona, Landona : — JAng- 
don. 




Larderarius : — Lardenier, Trfird- 


J. 


ner. 


de Janua : — Janeway. 


de Largo : — Large. 

Latimarius, Latinarius : — Lati- 


Joannis : — Johnson. 


mer, Latomer. 



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de Lato Campo : — Bradfield. 

de Lato Vado : — Bradford. 

de Lato Pede : — Braidioot. 

Lauremarius : — Lorimer. 

de Lecha : — Leke. 

de Lega : — Leigh., Lee. 

Legatus : — Leggatt. 

de Leica : — Leke. 

de Leicestria : — Lester. 

Leslceus : — Leslie. 

Leuchenorius : — Lewkin, Lewk- 
nor. 

de Lexintuna : — Lexington. 

de Leziniaco : — de Lezinan. 

de Liberatione : — Liverance. 

de Lienticuria : — de Liancourt. 

de Limesia : — Limsie. 

de Linna : — Linne. 

de Lisoriis, Lisoris : — Lizurs, 
Lisors. 

de Loco Frumenti: — Whetham- 
stede. 

de Logiis : — Lodge. 

de Longa Spatha : — Longespee. 

de Longa Villa : — Longueville, 
Longville, Longfellow. 

de Longo Campo : — Longchamp, 
Longshanks. 

de Longo Prato : — Longmede. 

Lotharingius : — Le Loreyne, 
Lorraine, Lorriner. 

Lotharius : — Lowther. 

de Luceio : — Lucy, Lewsey. 

Ludouicus : — De Lues, Lewis. 

de Luera : — Lower. 

de Lunda : — Lund. 



de Lupellis : — Lovel. 

Lupellus : — Lovel. 

Lupus : — Le Loup, Love, Loo, 
Woolf. 

de Lusoriis : — Lusher. 

de Luxa : — De Los. 



M. 

Macer : — Le Meyre. 

Macnisius : — Mackness. 

de Maderiaco : — de Mezieres, 
Measures. 

de Magna Pena : — de Magne 
Peine, Moneypenny, Map- 
pin. 

de Magna Villa : — Mandeville, 
Mannwille. 

de Magno Monte : — Grosmount, 
or Groumount. 

Magnus Venator: — Grosvenor. 

Mainfelinus : — Meinfeuin. 

de Matno : — Maine, Maoun. 

de Mala Bissa : — de Malebisse, 
de Malebiche. 

de Mala Fide : — Maufe. 

de Mala Herba : — Malherbe. 

de Mala Opera : — Mallop. 

de Mala Platea : — Malpas. 

de Mala Terra : — Mauland, Eve- 
land. 

de Mala Villa : — Melville. 

de Malchenceio : — Munchensy. 

Malconductus : — Malduit, Mau- 
duit. 

Maledoctus : — Maudoit. 

Maleductus: — Malduit, Mauduit. 



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Malisius : — Malis. 

de Malis Manibus : — Malmains. 

de Malis Operibus : — Maloor. 

de Malo Leone : — Mauleon. 

de Malo Conductu : — Maldxiit. 

de Malo Dumo : — de Maubusson. 

de Malo Lacu: — Mauley. 

de Malo Vicino. See Malus 
Vicinus. 

de Malo Visu : — Malveys. 

de Malpassu : — Malpas. 

Malus Caiulus : — Malcael, Mal- 

chael, Malchein, Machel. 
Malus Leporarius : — Maleverer, 

Mallieure, MallyTerj. 
Malus Lupellus : — Maxilovel, 

Mallovel. 
Malus Vicinus: — Malveisin, Mal- 

voisin, Mavesyn, Mason. 
de Mandauilla : — Mandeville, 

ManneTille. 
de Maneriis : — de Menkes, 

Meazies, Mauners. 
de Manibus : — de Mans. 
de Mannauilla : — Mandeville, 

Manhill, Manwell. 
de Mara : — Mare, Maxre. 
de Marchia: — de La Marche, 

March. 
de Marci Vallibus : — Martival, 
de Marco : — Mark. 
Marescallus : — Marshal, or Le 

Marshal, Merrishaw. 
de Marinis : — Maryon, Marwin. 
de Marisco : — del Mareis, Marsh. 
Marruylarius : — Le Marler. 



de Martiuallis : — Marti vanx, 
Martival, Martivast, Mar- 
twas. 

de Ma sura : — Le Massor, Mea- 
sor. 

Mauclerus : — Lacklatin. 

Maurenciacus : — de Montmo- 
rency. 

de Alauritania : — de Morteine. 

de Media Villa : — Middleton. 

Medicus : — Leech. 

de Meduana : — Maine, Mayenne. 

de Melsa : — de Meaulx, Menx, 
Mews. 

Mentulamanus : — "Totilmaine 
alias Hancocke." 

de Mercato : — de Marche, March. 

Mercator : — Mercer. 

de Mesleriis, de Meuleriis : — Mel- 

lers. 
de Micenis : — Meschines. 
Milesius, Miletus : — Miles. 
de Mineriis : — Miners. 
de Minoriis : — Minours. 

de Moelis : — de Moelles, or 
Moels, Mills. 

Molendinarius : — Miller, Milner. 

de Molendinis : — Molines. 

de Molis : — de Moelles, or Moels, 
Mills. 

Monachus : — Le Moigne, Monk. 

de Monasteriis : — Musters, 
Masters. 

de Moncellis : — Monceaux, 
Monson, Monser. 

de Monemutha : — Monmouth. 

de Montana : — de Montaignes, 
de Montaigne, Mountain. 



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de Monte : — Mount, Mont. 

de Monte Acuto : — Montacute, 

Montague. 
de Monte Alto : — Montalt, Mu- 

haut, Moald, Maude. 

de Monte Aquilce : — Mounteagle. 
de Monte Begonis : — Montbegon. 

de Mo?ite Britonum : — de Mon- 

breton. 
de Monte Canasio, Canesio, 

Canisio : — Montchesney, 

Munchensi. 
de Monte Dei : — Mundy. 

de Monte Dublelli: — de Mont 

Dubleaux. 
de Monte Fixo : — Montfitchet, 

Munfitchet. 
de Monte Florum : — de Monte- 

ilour. 
de Monte Forti : — Montfort. 

de Monte Gaii, de Monte Gaudii: 
— Montjoy, Mungy. 

de Monte Gomerico : — Mont- 
gomery. 

de Monte Hermerii : — Monther- 
mer. 

de Monte Jouis : — Montjoy. 

de Monte Kanesio : — Mont- 
cbensey, Munchensi. 

de Monte Marisco : — Montmo- 
rency. 

de Monte Martini : — de Mont- 

martre. 

de Monte Moraci, Morentio : — 
Montmorency. 

de Monte Pessono, de Monte Pes- 
sulano, de Monte Pissonis, 
de 3Ionte Pissoris : — Mont- 
pinzon, Mompesson. 

de Monte Reuelli : — ^Monterville. 

de Montibus : — Mount, Mont. 



de Morauia : — Moray, Murray. 

de Morisco : — Moore. 

de Mortiuallis : — de Martivaux. 

de Mortuo Mari: — Mortimer. 

de Mota : — de La Motte. 

de Mouhraia : — Mowbray. 

de Muchelegata : — Micklegate. 

de Mumbraio : — .Mowbray. 

Murdacus : — Murdoch. 

ad Murum : — Walton. 

de Musca :-^Mus, Mosse. 

de Musco Campo : — Muschamp. 

Mustela : — Musteile. 



N. 

Nappator : — Le Naper, Napier. 

de Naso : — de Nes, Ness. 

Nepos : — Le Neve. 

Nequam : — Neckham. 

de Neuilla : — Nevil. 

Nigellus : — Niele, Neal. 

Nigeroculus : — Blackey. 

de Nodariis, Nodoriis : — Nowres. 

Norensis : — Noreis, Nordman, 
Norman. 

Normandus :— Norman. 

Norriscus : — Norris, Nurse. 

de Noruico : — Norwich. 

de Notia Terra : — Newland. 

de Nona Uilla : — Neufville, 
Neville, Newell. 

de Nouiomo : — Noon. 

de Nouo Burgo : — Newburgh, 
Newborough. 



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de Nouo Castello : — Newcastle. 

de Nouo Foro : — de Neumarche, 
Newmarch. 

de Nouo Loco : — Newark. 

de Nouo Mercato : — de Neu- 
marche, Newmarch. 

de Nouo Oppido : — Newton. 

Nouus : — Newman. 

Nouus Homo : — Newman. 

Nuiricius : — Nurse. 



0. 



de Oburuilla : — de Abbeville, 
Appeville. 

de Oileio, Oili, Oi7»m»:— D'Oyly, 
OUey. 

de Omnibus Sanctis : — Toussaint. 

de Ortiaco : — del Ortyay, Lorty. 

Ostiarius : — Le Huissier, Usher ; 
Durward (Scotch). 

de Oughtia : — Doughty. 



P. 

de Paceio : — de Pasci, Pacy. 

Paceus : — Pace. 

Pa^awe^/w* : - — Pagnell, Painel, 
Paynell. 

Paganus : — Payne. 

Palmar ills : — Le Paumier, Pal- 
mer. 

Palmiger : — Palmer. 

de Palo : — del Pau. 

de Palude : — Puddle, Marsh. 



de Par CO : — Park, Perck. 

Parmentarius : — Parmeuter, 
Taylor. 

de Parua Turri : — Torel, Tyrrel. 

de Parua Villa : — Littleton. 

Paruus : — Le Petit, Petty. 

de Pascuo Lapidoso : — Stanley. 

de Pauilliaco : — Paveley. 

de Pauliaco : — Paveley. 

Peccatum, de Peccato, Peccatus : — 

Peche, Pecche, Pecke. 
de Pede Planco : — Pauncefoot. 
Pet tonus : — Peyton. 
Pelliparius : — Skinner. 
Pentecostes : — Wytesoneday. 
Perfectus : — Parfey, Parfitt. 
de Perils : — Piers. 
de Perona : — Perowne. 
de Perrariis : — Perrers. 
de Petra : — ^Petre. 
de Petraponie, Petroponto : — 

Pierrepont, Perpoint. 

Peuerellus : — Peverell. 

Phiscerus : — Fisher. 

de Pictauia, Pictauiensis : — Pey- 
tevin, Pe3i;o, Peto. 

Pincerna : — Butler. 

de Pinibus : — Dupin. 

de Pinu : — Pine, Pyne. 

Piperellus: — Pepperell, Peverell. 

Piscator : — Fisher. 

de Pisce, de Piscibus : — Fish. 

de Pissiaco : — Poysey. 

Placidus : — Placett. 

de Planca : — De la Pianche. 



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de Plantagenista : — Plantagenet. 

de Plessetis, Plesseto : — de Ple- 
seys, Plesseiz, Plessez, 
Plaiz, Place. 

de Podio : — des Pus. 

Poherius. See Puherius. 

de Pola : — de la Pole. 

de Poleio : — Poley. 

Polus : — Pole, Poole. 

de Pomario : — Appleyard. 

Ponderator: — Le Balauncer. 

de Ponte : — Bridge. 

de Ponte Fracto : — Pomfrey. 

ad Pontem : — Atte Brigge, 

Brigge, Paunton. 
de Pontibus : — Bridgeman, 

Bridges. 

de Pontissara, Pontissera : — 
•Sawbridge ; Pontoise, 
Pontys. 

Pontius : — Pons, Pounce. 
Porcarius : — Le Porcher. 
de PoreelUs : — Purcell. 
ad Portam : — Porter. 
Pottarius : — Potter. 
le Poure : — Power. 
Pouteneius : — Poultney, 
de Praellis. See de Praeriis. 
Propositus : — Prevot. 
de Praeriis : — Praeres, Prahors. 
de Pratellis : — des Pres, Des- 
preaux, Diprose, Meadows. 
de Pratis :— Praty, Prettie. 
de Prato : — Dupre, Mead, Pratt. 
de Precariis. See de Praeriis. 
Preco : — Price. 



Puherius, Puherus : — ^Le Poller, 
Poer. 

de Puilleta : — Paulet. 

de Pulchro Capellitio : — Fairfax. 

Puleiarius : — Le Poleter, 
Poulter. 

Puntius : — Pons, Pounce. 

de Purcellis : — Purcell. 

de Puteaco : — de Pusat, Pudsey, 
Pusey. 

de Puteis : — Pittes. 

de Puteo : — Pitt. 

de Pysanis :- -de Pessaigne. 



Q. 

de Quatuor Maris : — de Quatre- 
mer. 

de Querceto : — Cheney. 

de Quercu : — Quirk, Kirk, Oake. 

de Quinciaco : — Quincey. 



E. 

de Raalega : — Ralegh. 

de Radeneio : — de Reyney, Rod- 
ney. 

de Radeona : — Rodney. 

de Radio : — Raye. 

Rayotus : — Le Raggide, Raggett. 

de Raimis :— de Reimes. 

de Ralega : — Ralegh. 

de Rea : — de Ree, Ray. 

de Redueriis : — Rivers. 

Reyinaldi : — Renaud, Reynolds. 



Latin Forms of English Surnames. 



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Reginaldus : — Reynold. 
Regiosyluanus : — KiBgswood. 
Reinardus : — Eayner, Eeyner. 
Renoldus : — Eeynold. 
Rex : — King, Reeks. 

Rheseus : — Ap Rhys, Ap Rice, 

Price. 
de Ria : — de Rie, Rye. 
de Rico Monte : — Richmond. 
Rigidius : — Rivers. 

de Riperia, Ripariis, Riueria, Ri- 
ueriis : — de Ripers, Rivers, 
Driver. 

Robert iades : — Roberts. 

de Roca : — Rock. 

de Rodeneia : — Rodney. 

Rodericus : — Rothery. 

de Rodolio : — de Roel, Rolle. 

de Roillio: — de Roilli or Reuilly, 

Rowley. 
de Roka : — Rock. 
de Rokela : — Rockley. 
de Romeliolo : — de RomilU, 

RomiUy, Rumley. 
Rotarius : — Wheeler, Rutter. 
de Rotis : — Rote, Roots. 



de Rotundo, Rotundus : — Ronde, 
Round, Rounce. 

de Rua : — ^Rue. 

de Rubeo Monte : — Rougemont. 

de Rubra Manu : — Redmayne. 

de Rubra Spat ha : — Rospear, 
Rooper, Roper.* 

de Rubro Cliuo : — RadcHffe. 

de Ruda : — Routh. 

de Ruella : — Ruel, Rule. 

Ruffus, Rufus : — Le Roux, Le 

Rus, Rous, Ruff. 
de Rugehala : — Rugeley, 

Ruggles. 
de Rupe : — de la Roche, Roche, 

Droope, Drope, Rock. 

de Rupe Cauardi : — de Roche- 
chouard. 

de Rupe Forti : — Rochfort. 
de Rupe Scissa : — Cutcliffe. 

de Rupella : — de la Rochelle, 

Rokell, Roupell. 
de Ruperia. See Rupetra. 

de Rupetra : — de Rupierre. 
Rooper, Roper. 

de Rupibus, Rupinus : — Roche, 
Rock. 



♦ "There is a very ancient family of the Ropers in Cumberland, who have 
lived immemorially near to a quarry of red spate there, from whence they first 
took their surname of Rubra spatha." This is the explanation of the name 
given in the 8th ed. of " Wright's C!ourt Hand Restored" ; but " Cowell's 
Interpreter" translates de Rubra Spat ha, Rouspee, Rospear, Rooper, Roper. The 
present editor has been unable to find any confirmation of the story about the 
quarry of red spate ; but in the parish of Castle Sowerby, Cumberland, there 
are certain estates called Redspears, the owners of which were called by the same 
name, and did service by riding through Penrith on Whit-Tuesday, brandishing 
their spears (Jefferson, Hict. of Cumberland, i. 139). Though spatha properly 
means a sword, de Rubra Spatha is doubtless the Latin equivalent for Redspear, 
just as the Norman name Sake JBtpee appears in England as Shakespeare. 



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S. 

de Sabaudia : — Savoy. 

de Sacca Villa : — Sackville. 

de Saceio : — de Sace, de Sauce. 

de Sacheiiilla : — de Sacquenville, 
Souche villa, Sackville. 

de Sacra Fago : — Hollebech, 
Holbeach. 

de Sacra Quercu : — Holy oak. 

de Sacro Bosco : — Holy wood. 

de Sacro Fonte : — Holybrook, 

Holbrook. 
Sagittarius : — Archer. 

de Saio : — Say. 

de Sahenuilla : — SackviUe. 

de Salceto : — Saucey. 

de Salchauilla : — Salkeld. 

de Salicosa Mara : — Wilmore. 

de Salicosa Vena : — Salvein. 

de Salso Marisco : — Saumarez, 
Saltmarsh. 

de Saltu Capellee : — Sacheverel. 

de Saltu Lacteo : — Melkeley. 

Saluagius : — Savage. 

Sancho : — Sankey. 

de Sancta Barba or Barbara : — 

Senbarb, Simberb. 
de Sancta Clara : — St. Clare, 

Sinclair. 

de Sancta Cruce : — St. Croix, 

Cross. 
de Sancta Ermina : — Armine. 

de Sancta Fide : — St. Faith., 
Faith, Fiddes. 

de Sancta Geneuefa : — Jeneway. 

de Sancta Terra : — Holyland. 



de Sancta Villa : — Sent Vile, 
Sainneville. 

de Sancta Albano : — St. Alban. 

de Sancto Albino : — Seyntabyn, 
St. Aubyn. 

de Sancto Alemondo : — Salmon. 

de Sancto Amando : — St. Amand, 
Samand. 

de Sancto Audemaro : — St. Omar. 

de Sancto Audoeno : — St. Owen. 

de Sancto Bricio : — Brice. 

de Sancto Cinerino : — Chinnery. 

de Sancto Claro : — Senclera, Sin- 
clair. 

de Sancto Claudo : — Clodd, 
Clode. 

de Sancto Crispino : — Crispin, 

Crisp. 
de Sancto Dionysio : — Dennis. 
de Sancto Edmundo : — Edmunds. 
de Sancto Edolpho : — Stydolph. 
de Sancto Edwardo : — Edwards. 
de Sancto Eustacio : — Stacey. 
de Sancto Gelasio : — Singlis. 
de Sancto Germano : — G-ermain. 
de Sancto Hilario : — Hillary. 

de Sancto Johanne : — St. John, 
Singen. 

de Sancto Judoco : — de Joyause, 

Jorz, Joyce. 
de Sancto Laudo : — St. Laud, 

Sentlo, Senlo. 
de Sancto Leodeyurio : — St.Leger, 

Sallenger, Ledger. 

de Sancto Leonardo : — Lennard. 

de Sancto Lizio : — St. Lys, 
Senliz. 



Latin Forms of English Surnames. 



44; 



de Sancto Lodo. See Sancto 
Laudo. 

de Sancto Lupo : — Sentlow. 

de Sancto Luzo : — Sentluke. 

de Sancto Afartino : — de Dan- 
martin, Semarton, Martin. 

de Sancto Jl/auricio : — St. Morris. 

de Sancto Mauro : — St. Maur, 

Sejonour. 
de Sancto Aledardo : — Semark. 
de Sancto Neoto :— Sennett. 
de Sancto Olauo : — Toly. 

de Sancto Paulo : — Sampol, 
Sample. 

de Sancto Petro : — Sampier, 
Semper, Symper. 

de Sancto Phileberto : — Filbert. 

de Sancto Quintino : — St. 

Quintin. 
de Sancto Remiyio : — de St. 

Eemy, Eemy. 

de Sancto Serennio : — Chinnery. 

de Sancto Vedasto : — Foster. 

de Sancto Vigore : — Vygour. 

de Sancto Wallerico : — St. Wal- 
lere, Waller. 

de Sanduico: — Sandwich. 

Sapiens : — Le Sage. 

Saracenus : — Sarazin, Sarson. 

Sar tortus : — Sartoris, Sartres. 

Sauaffius : — Savage, 

Sauaricus : — Savory. 

de Sauiniaco : — de Savigny, 
Saveney. 

de Saxo Ferrato : — Ironston, 
Ironzon. 

de Scalariis : — de Scaliers, 
Scales. 



de Scoleio : — Scully. 

de Scuris : — Lescures. 

de Setnlicio, Senlycio : — de 
Seinliz. 

de Sella : — de Salle, Sale. 

Senescallus : — Stewart, Stuart. 

de Septem Hidis :— de Sethides. 

de Septem Vallibus : — de Set- 
vaux. 

de Septem Vannis : — Setvans. 

Serlo : — Searle. 

de Seuecurda : — Seacourt. 

Sewallus : — Sewell. 

de Sicca Villa : — de Sechevile, 
de Sacheville, Satchwell, 
Sackville. 

ae Sideuilla :— Sid well. 

Siluanus : — Silvain, Salvin. 

Sine Auerio : — Sanzaver. 

Siwardus : — Seward. 

de Smalauilla. See Malauilla. 

de Sola : — Sole. 

de Solar iis : — Solers. 

Sophocardius : — Wischeart. 

de Spai/a : — Speed, Speedy. 

de Spineto : — Spine, Spinney. 

de Stagno : — Stanhow, Poole, 
Pond. 

de Stampis :— d'Estampes, Stamp. 

de Stella : — Stel, Steele. 

Stephanides : — Fitz Stephen. 

Stiganaus : — Stiggins. 

de Stipite Sicco : — de la Zouche. 

de Stoteuilla : — d'Estoteville, 
Stutfield. 

Strabo : — ^Louch. 



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de Stratauilla : — d'Estreeville, 
Streatfeild. 

de Stratona : — Stretton. 

Sub Nemore : — Underwood. 

de Sudburia :— Sudbury. 

de Suilleio : — de Suilli, Sully. 

Super Tysam : — Surteys, Sur- 
tees. 

de Sureuilla : — Surville, Sher- 
ville. 

de Suthleia, Sutleia : — Suthley, 
Sudley. 

de Sylua : — Weld. 

Syluanectensis : — Seyton. 



T. 

de Taberna: — Tavemer. 

Talliator : — Taylor. 

de Tanaia : — Taney. 

de Taneo : — de Tani, Tawney. 

de Tankardi Villa : — Tanker- 
ville. 

Tannator : — Le Tanur, Tanner. 

Taxo : — Tesson, Tyson. 

Telarius : — Taylor, Tylor. 

de Tertia Manu : — Tremayne. 

Teutonicus : — Tyes, Teys. 

Thamarius : — Thame, Tame. 

de Thaneto : — Thanet, Tanet, 
Tent. 

Theobaldus : — Tipple. 

Theodoricus : — Terry, Derrick. 

de Thornamusa : — Tornemue. 

de Tirnisco : — de Terouisch. 



de Toleta :— Tollitt, TuUet. 

de Tona : — Touny, Tony. 

de Tor to : — Turt. 

de Tosca : — Tosh. 

de Tribus Minetis : — Treminet. 

de Trubleuilla : — Troubleville, 
Turberville. 

de Tulka :— Tuke, Toke. 

de Turbida Villa : — Turberville. 

Turcheiillus :— -Turchill. 

de Turpi Vado : — Fulford. 

de Turri : — Towers, Torry. 

de Turribus : — de Turs, de Tours. 

de Tylia :— Tille, Tyley. 



U. 



de Uffintona : — Ufton. 

de Umbrosa Quercu : — Dimoak, 
Dimock. 

de Urtiaco : — de Lorty, Lort, 
Hort. 

de Usseio : — Ducie. 

Ususmare : — Hussey. 



de Vaaceio : — de Yaacey, Vaizey. 

Vaca : — de la Wac, Wake. 

Vacarius : — Vacher, Levaque, 
Livock. 

de Vuccuria : — Vicary, Vickery. 

de Vado : — Wade. 

de Vado Bourn : — Oxford. 

de Vado Saxi : — Stanford. 



Latin Forms of English Surnames. 



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Valchelimis : — "Wakelin. 

de Valeta : — de Valle, Wall. 

de Valencia : — Valence. 

Valesius : — Walsh. 

de Valle :— Wale, Wall. 

de J 'a fie Tori a : — Yaletor, 
Yautort. 

de Vallibus : — de Yals, Yaux. 

de F0//0 :—WaU. 

de Valoniis : — de Yalognes, Ya- 
loines. 

de Vahiinis : — Wauwain, Wal- 
wyn. 

de Vannario : — Le Yanner. 

de Varauilla : — Yarvill, War- 
well. 

Vardaus : — Ward. 

Velox : — Swift ; Fogarty. 

Venator: — Yendore, Yenour. 

de Venetia: — Yen esse. 

de J'erineio : — de Yerig^y, Yer- 
ney. 

de Vernaco : — de Yernai, Femey. 

de Vesci : — Yesey. 

de Vetere ^t//a :— Oldhall, Old- 
ham. 

de Vetere Ponte : — Yieiixpont, 
Yipont, Yeepoiint. 

de Vetula :— Yale, Yiel, Yyel. 

de J''etulis : — de Yielles. 

Vetulus : — Yiel. 

de Vicar its : — Yiccars. 

M 



Vicinus : — Le Yeysin. 

de Vico : — de Yicques, Yick, 

Vidulator : — Le Yielur. 

de Vigneio : — de Yigny, de Wig- 
nai. 

de Villa: — Yeal. 

de Villa Magna : — Mandeville. 

de Villa Mota, Mont a: — "SS^ilmot. 

de Villa Torta : — Croketon. 

de Villariis : — YiUiers. 

de Vindino : — de Yendome, 
Phantam. 

de Vino Saluo : — Yinsauf. 

de J'iridi Campo : — Greenfield. 

de Viridi Villa : — GrenviUe. 

Vitulus. See Vetulus. 

Vulpis : — Eenard, Eainer. 

Vulsfms : — Wolsey. 



W. 

de Wacellis : — Wasel, Yassall. 

j Walchelinus : — Wakelin. 

I Wallensis : — Le Walleis, Wal- 
lace. 

de Wanceio : — Wansey. 

de Warenna : — Warren. 

Warennarius : — Warrender. 

de Wameuilla : — Wameville. 

de Warteuilla. See de Wate- 
uilla. 

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de Wasa : — Wace. 

de Waspria: — de Guaspre, de 
Waspre, Vosper. 

de Watelega : — Wateley, Wheat- 
ley. 

de Wateuilla : — Wateville, 
Waterfield. 



de JFe^^eSo:— deWeUebof, Wel- 
bore. 

Wiscardus : — Wishart. 

Wollceus : — Wolley. 

Wols(Bus : — Wolsey. 

WoJuescBus : — Wolsey. 

de Wyuilla : — Wyville, Weevil, 
Whew ell. 



A FEW LATIN CHRISTIAN NAMES WITH 
THEIR ENGLISH EQUIVALENTS.* 



Abbalota : — Abelote. 
Acceptus : — Accepted. 
Aceslina : — 
Aeharius : — 
Acheolus : — Acheul. 
Acilia : — 
Actus : — Ace, Ach. 
Adam (gen. Ada) : — Adam. 
Adelardus : — Alard. 
Adelheidis : — Adelaide. 
Adelicia : — Same as Aelizia. 
Adelmus : — Aleaume, Elesme. 
Ademarus : — Aym.er. 
Adenettus : — Edneved (?). 
Adhelina : — Adeline. 
Adomarus : — Aymer. 
JEgidia : — Giles. 
AEgidius : — Giles. 
Aelipdis : — Alice (?). 
Aeliuedha : — Aled, Elined. 
Aelizia : — Alice. 



Affahellus, Affabilis :— Afiabell. 

Agatha : — Agace, Agas. 

Agelwinus : — Aylwin. 

Agilbertus : — Ailbert. 

Agilda : — 

Agiricus : — Agri. 

Agna : — ^Agnes. 

Agnes (gen. Agnetis) : — Agnes, 
Aimyce, Anneys, Annes. 

Agneta : — Agnes. 

Ailbertus : — Ethelbert, Albert. 

Ailmaricus : — Emery. 

Ailmerus : — AyLmer. 

Ailwinus : — Ethelwin. 

Aitropus : — 

Aiulfus : — 

Akina : — 

Alanus : — Aleyn, Alan. 

Albaria : — Aubrey. 

Alberedus : — Alfred. 

Alberia : — ^Aubrey. 

Albericus, Albricus, Albrius : — 
Albri, Aubrey. 

Albinus : — ^Aubyn. 



* The compiler of this list has inserted some Latin names occurring in 
English documents of which he has found no English equivalent, in the 
hope that some one who uses the book may be more fortunate than he 
has been. There are some Irish and "Welsh names, as well as English. 

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Albrea : — Aubrey. 

AJbreda : — Aubrey. 

Albredus : — Aubrey. 

Albricus : — Aubri. 

Alburga : — Aubrey (?). 

Alda : — 

Aldezina : — 

Aldriciis : — Audri. 

Aldrida : — Etheldreda, Audrey. 

Alecia : — Alice. 

Alesia : — Alice. 

Alexander : — Saunder (Irish). 

Alexandra : — Alisandre. 

Aleysia : — Alice. 

Alheydis : — Adelaide. 

Alic' (masc.) : — 

Alicia : — Alice. 

Alienora : — Eleanor. 

Alina : — Aline. 

Alionora : — Eleanor. 

Almaria : — 

Almaricus : — Amalri, Amauri, 
Aumary, Emery. 

Alnoua : — 

Aloysius : — Lewis. 

Alphesia : — 

Alrieus : — Elfric. 

Aluinus : — Aylwin. 

Aluredus : — Alfred. 

Aluricus : — Elfric. 

Alyna : — Aline. 

Amabilta, Amabilla: — Mabel. 

Amarius, Amatiricus. See 

Almaricus. 
Ambrosius : — Ambrose. 



Ameriffus : — Emery. 

Am/elisa : — Ampbyllis. 

Amfridus : — Ampbrey. 

Amia : — Amy. 

Arnica : — Amy. 

Amicia : — Amice. 

Amicius : — Amyas. 

Amiotus : — Amyot. 

Amiria : — 

Amisius : — Amyas. 

Amj)holisa : — Ampbyllis. 

Amyas : — Amie. 

Amyota : — Amy. 

Anabilia : — Anable, Annabell. 

Anania : — a feminine name. 

Anastasia : — Anastese, Anas- 

tasse. 
Andreas : — Andrew. 

Andrina : — 

Anelauus : — Anlaf. 

Anfredus : — Amphrey. 

Angilbertus : — Engelbert. 

Angnes : — Agnes, Annes. 

Aniana : — 

Anianus : — Agnan. 

Anicia : — Annis. 

Ankareta : — 

Anna : — Anne. 

Annora : — 

Aphabelus : — AiPabell. 

Apre : — Evre. 

Apsolu : — Absalom. 

uiraldus : — Harold. 

Arcturiis : — Arthur. 

Aredius : — Yrier. 



Latin Christian Names. 



4^3' 



Arigiu9 : — Areg. 


Basolus : — Basle. 


Armetrua : — Ennentrude. 


Batillda : — Bautour, Bate. 


Ar tonus : — Arthur. 


Bauclerus : — 


Ascelina : — 
Ascelota : — 
Athelina : — 


Baudtcinus : — Baldwin. 
Beanus : — Beyn. 


Auanus : — Afan, Avan. 
Aubereya, Aubraya :— Aubrey. 
Aubreia : — ^Aubrey. 
Auda : — 


Beatricia, Beatrix : — Beatrice, 
Betune, Bete. 

Bega : — Bees. 
Belebora : — 


Audebertus : — Aubert. 
Audoenus, Audoinus : — Owen. 
Audomarus : — Omer. 
Auelina : — Aveline. 
Auericus : — Averj. 
Aufrica : — ^Ifrith. 


Benedict us : — Bennet; Berachyah 
(a Jewish name). 

Benigna : — 

Bercarius : — Bercaire. 

Bemacus : — Bryuach. 

Bernardus : — Bernard, Brian 
(Irish). 


Aufferus : — Ogier (?). 


Beuicius : — Be vis. 


Augulus : — Aule. 


Blaceus, Blasius : — Blaise. 


Augustinus : — Austin. 


Bledhericus : — Bledri. 


Auicia : — ^Avis, Avice. 
Aumaricus. See Almaricus. 


Bo go : — Boeges, Beges, Bevis, 
Bow. 


Aumjlesia, Aun/elisa : — Am- 


Boidinus : — 


phyllis. 


Bonahulus : — 


Auntelina : — 
AuslregisHius : — Outrille. 


Bonus Amicus : — Bonamy 
(Jewish). 


Agmericus : — Aymer. 


Botild' :— Same as Batillda (?). 




Brechanus : — Brychan. 


B. 


Bricius : — Brice. 




Brictina : — 


Baclerus : — 
Banabulus : — 


Brigida, Brigitta : — Bridget, 
Bride. 


Barbeta, Barbota : — 


Briocus : — Brieu. 


Bartholomteus : — Bartholomew. 


Brithena : — 


Basilia : — ^Basile. 


Brito :— 


Basilius : — Basil . 


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Burg a : — 

Burna : — Bruna (?). 
Buticia : — 
Bya:— 

0. 

Ceeeilia : — Cecily, Cecil. 

Ccecilius : — Cecil. 

Caius : — Kay. 

Caluarius : — Baldy (Irish). 

Cana : — 

Cananus : — Kynan. 

Canutus : — Cnut. 

Car annus : — Cerau. 

Carilefus : — Calais. 

Carolus : — Charles. 

Castanea : — Castan, Castane. 

(7e6?c?c : — Chad. 

Celestria : — (feminine). 

Celia : — Syly (Irish). 

Chagnoaldus, Chanulfus : — 
Cagnou. 

Chalactericus : — Caltry. 

Cher a : — (Jewish). 

Chetellus : — Ketel. 

Childeloua : — 

Chlodesindis : — Glossinde. 

Chlodualdus : — Cloust, Cloud. 

Christiana : — Christian. 

Christina : — Christine. 

Christophorus : — Christopher. 

Cissota : — Syssot. 

Claremunda : — 

Claricia : — Clarice. 



Claudius : — Clud, Clut. 

dementia : — Clemence. 

Clodulfus : — Clou. 

Colandus : — Colin. 

Colecta, Coleta : — Colette. 

Columbanus : — 

Columbina : — 

Columbus : — Columb, Colyn. 

Comitissa : — Ha-Nasiah (a 
Jewish name). 

Constantia : — Constance. 

Cosmas : — Come. 

Cresus : — Cresse (Jewish). 

Cuenburga : — Cwenburg. 

Cunanus : — Cynan. 



D. 

Uametta, Damietta : — Damiot. 

Datius : — Dace. 

Denisia :— Deonise, Denyse, 
Dyot. 

Dermicius : — Dermot. 

Desiderata : — Desiree. 

Desiderius : — Didier, Dresery. 

DesiV :— 

Dionisia. See Denisia. 

Dionysius : — Denis. 

Diota : — Dyot. 

Direta : — 

Dominicus : — Dominick, Sunday. 

Domuelus : — Dogmael. 

Donatus : — Donagh, Donell. 

Dorothea : — Dorothy, Dolly. 



Latin Christian Names. 



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Dorotheus : — Dorothe. 

Dousa : — Douce. 

Draff o : — Drieu, Drue, Drew. 

Droco, Drogo : — Drieu, Drue, 
Drew. 

Druco : — Drue. 

Druetta :— 

Drugan : — Drue. 

Dubricius : — Dyfrig, Devereux. 

Duleia, Dulicia : — Douce. 

Dulcibella : — Dowsabell. 

Dunechanus : — Duncan. 

Duuenaldus : — Donnell, Donald. 

Duuianus : — Dyfan. 

E. 

Eadburga :— Edborrow. 

Eadgitha : — Edith. 

Eadmundus : — Edmund. 

Eadwardus : — Edward. 

Ebba, Sancta :— St. Tabb. 

Eberhardus : — Erhard. 

Ebrulfus : — Evronl. 

Ebulo :— Eble, Eubold, EubaU. 

Eda :— 

Edania : — Edene. 

Edekina : — 

Edelota : — Ydelot. 

Edeneuettus : — Edneved. 

Ederodus : — 

Edina : — 

Editha :— Edith, Edy. 

Edonia : — Edoyne. 

Edusa, Edussa : — 



Egelwinus : — Ail win. 
Egidia : — Giles, Gille. 
Egidius : — Giles. 
Elena : — Ellen. 
Eljleda :— Efflet. 
Elfredus : — Alfred. 
Elianora : — Eleanor. 
Elias :— EUis. 
Eliphius : — Elof. 

Elisabetha : — Elizabeth, Isa- 

beUa. 
Elisanta : — 

Elizeus, Ellicius : — ^Elys, Ellis. 
Elmua : — 
Eltutus :— Illtyd. 
Elyas :— Ellis. 
Emelina : — Emily. 
Emertcus : — Aymer, Emery, 
Emeterius : — Madir. 
Emicia : — Amice. 
Emicina : — 
Emmenia : — 
Emmota : — Emmotte. 
Eneas : — Einon. 
Engelerus : — 

Engelramus, Engelrannus, Enge- 
ramus : — Engelram, In- 
gram. 

Eniandus : — Enian. 

Ennes : — Agnes. 
Erminus : — Armin, Erme. 
Erntsius, Ernisus : — Ernest (?). 
Estrangia : — 
Estrilda, Estrulda : — 
Etha, Sancta :— St. Teath. 
Ethelburga : — Aubrey. 



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Etheldreda, Etheldritha : — Au- 
drey. Audrey is also used 
as a masculine name. 

Eiia : — Eva, Eve. 

Eubulo. See Ebulo. 

Eudu : — Eudes, Hudde. 

Eudoardus : — Edward. 

Eulalia : — Olaille. 

Eularia : — 

Euodius : — Yved. 

Euota : — Evette. 

Euphemia : — Effame. 

Euphronius : — Eufroy. 

Euphrosyne : — Eupliroyne. 

Eusebia : — Ysoye. 

Eustachius : — Eustace. 

Eustathia : — 

Eustrichea : — 

Exclamodia : — 

Eyinerus: — Imary. 

Ezoia : — Isotte. 



F. 

Falcho : — Falk. 
Falhasius : — Fawke. 
Fanchea : — Fane. 
Fanus : — Fane. 
Felicia : — Felise, Phelyse. 
Felmeus : — Plielim. 
Feniisia : — 

Ferchardus :— Farquhar. 
E'er minus : — (Jewish). 
Fiacrius : — Fiacre. 



Fides (gen. Fidis) ; — Faith. 
Fidolus : — Fale. 
Filamyna : — 
Fillet ia : — 
Etna : — 
Fingola : — 
Fitzeus : — 
Flandrina : — 
Flodobertus : — Frobert. 
Florianora : — 
Fiorina : — 
Fluria : — 
Folcho : — Fulk. 
Foulcotius : — Fulk. 
Frambaldus : — Frambourd. 
Francisca : — Frances. 
Franciscus : — Francis. 
Francus : — Frank. 
Frarius : — (Jewish). 
Frethesauta : — Frideswide (?). 
Fridericus : — Frederick. 
Fulco : — Fulk. 
Fullanus : — Foignan. 
Fidqueyus : — Fulk, Fulcui. 
Fur sens : — Fursej', Furce. 

G. 

Galfridus : — Geoffrey. 

Galia : — 

Galiena :- — 

Gaiter us : — Walter. 

Galwanus : — Gawain. 

Garinus : — Warin. 



Latin Christian Names. 



457 



Garsiana : — 

Gartenetus: — Gratnach, Gratney. 

Ganfridus : — Geoffrey. 

Gaugericus : — Geri, Gerz. 

Gena : — 

Genesicus : — Genes. 

Genufeua: — Genevieve, Jenofeffe, 

Jenefefe. 
Gemtlfus : — Genou. 
Gerardus : — Gerard. 
Gerinus : — 
Germanus : — Germain, Garmon. 

Geroldus : — Gerald. 

Geruasius : — Gervase. 

Geua : — Eve. 

Gileberius : — Gilbert. 

Gilemola : — Wilmot. 

Giliana : — 

Gilo :— GiUy. 

Gineura : — Guenever, Wenliover. 

Gislebertus : — Gilbert. 

Gislenus : — Guislain. 

Gladusa : — Gladj's. 

Glicerius : — Lizier. 

Goda : — 

Godefridus : — Godfrey. 

Godeheuta : — 

Godelacius : — Guthlac. 

Godeleua : — 

Godescallus : — Godescalde. 

Godreda : — 

Godusa : — 

Goisffidus : — Geoffrey. 

GonduJfus : — Goudon. 



Gonnilda : — Gunhild. 

Gorreia : — Another form of God- 
reda. 

Goscelina : — Joscelyne. 

Gosceliniis : — Jocelin. 

Gosfridus : — Geoff re}'. 

Gouda : — 

Grahamus : — Graham. 

Gralandus : — 

Granta : — (Irish). 

Gratia : — Grace. 

Grijfinus : — Griffin, Griffith. 

Grimolfus : — Grimulf. 

Gualaricus : — Velery. 

Gualterus : — Walter. 

Guarinus : — Warin. 

Gudila : — Goule. 

Giiendoloena, Gucnliana : — 
Gwenllian. 

Guichardus : — Wicher. 

Guido : — Guy. 

Guillelmus, Gulielmus : — 
William. 

Guinailus : — Gueuau. 

Gunnilda : — Guuhild. 

Gwendoloena : — Gwenlliau. 



H. 

Habet : — 
Hadewisa : — 

Haluatheus : — 
Hamo : — Hamon, Ham. 
Haraldus : — Harold. 
Hascul/us : — Hascoil, Hasculf. 



468 



The Record Interpreter. 



Hawisia : — Hawis, Hays, Hawes. 




Heilewisa : — Helewis. 


I. 


Heleca : — 


Ibbota : — Ebote. 


Helena : — Helen. 


Ibria : — 


Helewisa : — Helewis, Helwis. 


Idaburga : — Edburge. 


Helewisus : — 


Idonia : — Edene, Idoigne, Ideyn, 


Helisanta : — 

Heltus :— Helt. 

Helyas: — Ellis. 

Hendricus, Henricus : — Henry. 

Hereweccus : — Hervey. 

Hermelandus : — Erbland. 

Hersius : — 


Iden. 

Ignauus : — Ednevet. 

Ilaria. See Hilaria. 

Iltutus :— llltyd. 

Imania : — Emma. 

Ingelata : — 

Ingeleramus, Ingelramus, Ingera- 
mus, Ingerramus : — Ingram. 


Herueius, Heruicius, Heruicus : — 


Ingelesia : — 


Hervey. 
Hieremias : — Jeremiah. 
Hieronymus : — Jerome. 


Ingoldus : — 
Ingulf us : — Ingolf. 
Ingusia : — 


Hilaria : — Hillary. 


lonius : — Yon. 


Hilarius : — Hillary. 


Irilda : — 


Hodierna : — 


Isabella : — Isabel, EHzabeth. 


Hoelus : — Howell. 
Hones ta : — Honesty. 


Isamaya : — Ismay. 
Isilia : — 


Honoria : — Honour. 


Ismania : — Emma. 


Hosto :■ — 
Huelina : — 


Isolda, Isota : — Iseult, Isoude, 
Isote. 


Huga : — 


Iterius : — 


Hugo : — Hugh. 


luo: — Ives. 


Humelina : — 




Humetta : — 


J. 


Humfredus : — Humfrey. 
Hunniua : — Hunneve. 
Hychecosus: — 


Jacobus : — Jacob, James. 
Jacomyna : — Jacquemine. 
Jacquetta : — Jackett. 



Janbertus : — Janbryht. 



Latin Christian Names. 



459 



Janeta : — Janet, Janekin. 

Jerberga : — 

Jereuerdus, Jeruerdus : — Jor- 
werth. 

Jestinus : — Jestin. 

Joceus : — Joice. 

Jocosa : — Joice. 

Jodoca : — Joice. 

Jodocus : — Joice. 

Johanna : — Joan, Jane. 

Johannes : — John. 

Joldanus : — 

Jordana : — 

Joscelinus : — Grezelin. 

Josias : — Josiah. 

Jouetta. See Juetta. 

Joylanus : — 

Judas : — Jude. 

Judocus : — Josse. 

Juetta : — Jowet, Ivote. 

Juetus : — Jowett. 

Juguetha : — Jowett. 

Juisa : — 

Julia : — Syly (Irish). 

Juliana : — Juliane, Gillian. 

Julita : — Juliet. 

Junana : — Jane. 

Jur sella, Jursola : — 

Justina : — Justine. 



K. 



Kananus : — Kynan. 
Kanaucus : — Gynog. 



Karadocus : — Caradog. 
Kenanus : — Cianan. 
Kenewricus : — Cynvrig, Kenric. 
Kenoldus : — 
Kenulmus : — Kenehn. 
Ktllanus : — Killeen, Kylian. 



Laderena : — 

LcBtitia : — Lettice. 

Lancilottus : — Lancelot. 

Landebertus : — Lambert. 

Laua : — 

Laudus : — Lo. 

Laurentius : — Lawrence. 

Laureta : — 

Lecia : — Lettice (?). 

Leffeda : — 

Legardis : — 

Lena : — Short for Alina or 
Euelina. 

Leohinus : — Lubin. 

Leodgardus, Leodegarius : — Led- 
ger, Leger. 

Leonellus : — Lionel. 

Leouegarus : — Leofgar. 

Leouenothus : — Leofnoth. 

Lesquena : — 

liesta : — 

Letia : — Lettice (?). 

Letitia : — Lettice. 

Letuaria : — 

Leubatius : — Leubasse. 



460 



The Record Interpreter. 



Leuca : — 

Leudocus : — Llawddog, Lleud- 
dad. 

Leuelinus : — Llywelyii. 

Leuericus : — Leofric. 

Ley gar da : — 

Licinius : — Leziii. 

Licoricia. See Lyquiricia. 

Lieba : — 

Lielphardus : — Lifard. 

Ligerius : — Leger. 

Liniota : — 

Lionhardus : — Leonard. 

Lipivinus : — Lebwia. 

Lorencia : — 

Lor eta : — 

Loueda: — Loveday, Lowday(f.). 

Luanus : — Lugid. 

Lucas : — Luke. 

Lucasius : — Luke, Lucas. 

Lucia : — Lucy. 

Ludouicus : — Ludwyke, Lewis, 

Luelinus : — Llywelyn.- 

Lupentius : — Louvent. 

Lupillo : — 

Lupus : — Leu. 

Lyquiricia : — (Jewish). 



M. 

Mabilia, Mabilla : — Mabel. 
Macarius : — Macary. 
Machutus : — Mawe. 
Macia : — Same as Mascia. 



Madelgarius : — Mauger. 
Madelgisilus : — Maguil. 
Madocus : — Madog. 
Maggota : — Magote. 
Magnobudus : — Mainbeu. 
Magonius : — Mahon. 
Maidocus : — Madog. 
Mailgo : — Maelgwm. 
Makinus, MaJcina : — 
Malachias : — Malachy. 
Malculitius : — Malcolm. 
Malla : — 

Manautus : — Menauld. 
Mannicus : — Mannig. 

Manserus, Manserius : — 
Manasser. 

Marculfus : — Marculf, Marcoul. 
Marcus : — Mark. 
Margareta : — Margaret. 
Margeria : — Margery. 
Margota : — Margot. 
Maria : — Mary. 
Mariana : — Marion. 
Mar iota : — Mariot. 
Marta : — Martha. 
Martia : — 
Martins : — Mars. 
Mascia : — 
Mascilia : — 
Mascria : — 

Mathias : — Macy, Mazy. 
Mathila : — 

Ma tilda , Ma iildis, Ma tillis : — 
Matilda, Maud, Malkin. 



Latin Christian Names. 



461 



MatthcBus : — Matthew, Mawe in 
Yorkshire.* 

Matthias : — Matthias. 
Jfattditus : — Mawe. 

Maur ictus : — Maurice, Morris, 
Merrick. 

Maurilius : — Maurille. 

Maya : — May. 

Mazellna : — 

Meilerius : — Meilyr. 

Meliora : — 

Mtmmius : — Menge. 

Menautus : — Menauld. 

Mercia : — Mercy. 

Merdericus : — Merri. 

Mereducius : — Maredudd, Mere- 
dith. 

Mericia : — Mercy. 

Meruinus : — Merv\'n. 

Metiricius : — Meurug, Maurice, 
Morris. 

Jleus : — (Jewish). 

Michael a : — 

Michaelis : — Michael. 

Mildonia : — 

Milesanta, Milesenta, Milieenia : 
— Midelsent, Millicent. 

Milo : — Miles. 

Mirahilla : — Mirabel. 

Miracula : — 

Misericordia : — Mercy. 

Mitricus : — Mitry, Merre. 



Modeua : — 
Mondena : — 
Mordacus : — Mordac. 

Morediicus : — Maredudd, Mere- 
dith. 
Morgan us : — Morgan . 

Morphita, last Abbess of Wher- 
well : — Morvethe. 

Motto (gen. Mottonis) : — 
Moyses : — Moses. 
Murdacus : — Murdoch. 
Muriella : — Muriel. 



N. 

Nalla : — 

Natalicia :— 

Natalis : — ^Xoel. 

Natter ina : — 

Nesta : — Nest, Anneis. 

Nicasius : — Nicaise. 

Nicholaa : — Nichola, Xichole. 

Nicholaus : — Nicholas. 

Nicia : — 

Nicolaa : — Nicola, Nicole. 

Nicolaus : — Nicolas. 

Niyasia : — 

Nigellus : — Nigel, Niel. 

Normannus ; — Norman. 



• There is also a feminine name, Mathue, which I have not found in 
Latin. 



462 



The Record Interpreter. 



0. 

Odo : — Eudes. 
Odomarus : — Otmar. 
Odonus : — Ede. 
Oeneus, Oenus : — Owen. 
Ogendus : — Oyant. 
Olaus : — Olaf, Olave. 
Olimpias (fern.) : — 
Oliua : — Olive. 
Orengia : — 
Orframina : — 
Oriolda : — 
Osillis (fern.) : — 
Otheus : — Otes. 
Oiho :— Otes. 
Otto : — Otes. 
Owinus : — Owen. 



Paganus : — Pain, Payne. 

Palladius : — Palais, Padie. 

Pancratius : — Pancras. 

Pardulfus : — Pardon. 

Pascha, Paschasia : — Easter 
(fern.). 

Paternus : — Padarn. 

Patricius : — Patrick. 

Pauoltus : — 

Pelerina : — 

Pericia : — 

Pero : — Piers. 

Petronilla : — Parnel, Pernell. 



Petrus : — Peter, Piers. 
Pheliona : — 
Pietancia : — 
Pigotus : — Pigot. 
Pipelota : — 
Plesaneia : — 
Pontius : — Pounce. 
Preciosa : — 

Prejectus : — Prix, Prey. 
Protensia : — 
Prudentia : — Prudence. 



Quaspatricius : — Gospatric. 



E. 



Rabotus : — Radbod. 

Radulfus : — Eandulf, Ralph, 
Rawlyn, Rades. 

Ragnobertus : — Renobert. 

Raineta : — Renee. 

Rattdolphus : — ^Randolf, Randal. 

Ranulfus : — Ranulf, Randolf, 
Randal. 



Reginaldus 
nold. 



Regulus : — Rule. 
Reinerus : — Rayner. 
Remigius : — Remygie. 
Remunda : — Used for Clare- 

munda. 
Renula : — Ren ell. 



Reginald, Rey- 



Latin Christian Names. 



463 



Resus : — Ehys, Eice, Reece. 


Seloia :— 


Ricarda : — Eicarde. 


Semantis, Semannus : — Semeine. 


Ricardus : — Eichard. 


Seqttanus : — Seine. 


Riceus : — Ehys, Eice, Eees. 


Serlo :— Serle. 


Richarda : — Eicharde. 


Sescilia : — Cecily. 


Richerius : — Eiquier. 


Sewacus : — 


Richolda : — 


Sewallus : — Sewall, Sewell. 


Risandina : — 


Sexburga : — Sixburgh. 


Roberta : — 


Sibella :— Sybil. 


Roela : — 


Sidneus : — Sidney. 


Roesia : — Eose. 


Sigga : — 


Rogerus : — Eoger, Eoderick, 


Sigo : — Seine. 


Eory. 


Siliadicua : — 


Rogo : — Eoges. 


Siluanus : — SilaH. 


Rohelendus : — Eoland. 


Siluester (fern.) : — 


Rosa : — Eose. 


Similtnus : — Semblin. 


Rosia : — Eose. 


Simonettus : — Simonett. 


Rotherictis : — Eoderick. 


Sindulfus : — Sendou. 




Slana : — (Irish). 




Solacia : — 


8. 


Sperabilis :■ — 




Stephanus : — Stephen. 


Saddocus : — Sadoth. 


Sticlea : — 


Saherus : — Saer, Saher. 


Suanus, Swanus : — Swein. 


Saluius : — Sauge. 


Stispirus : — 


Sapientia : — Wisdom. 


Symon : — Simon. 


Sarina : — 




Sarra : — Sarah. 




Saswallo : — Sewell. 


T. 


Satiuola : — Sidwell, a saint to 




whom a church at Exeter is 


Teca, Tecia :— 


dedicated. 


Tecla :— 


Sauaricus : — Savary. 


Tedbaldus :— Theobald. 


Satiarus : — Saier. 


Tedricus. See Teodoricus. 


Scientia : — 


Tela:— 


Scissibota : — 


Teleaucus : — Teilo. 


Scolastica : — Escholace, Scolas. 


Teodoricus : — Thierri, Terence, 


Secundinus : — Seachnal (Irish). 


Terry. 


Sedulius : — Siedhuil (Irish). 


Terrtcus. See Teodoricus. 


Seisillus : — Seisyll, Cecil. 


Tetildis :— 



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The Record Interpreter. 



Teuredaucus : — Tyfrjdog. 


Vi talis : — Viel ; Hagin (a Jewish 


Thadeus :— Thady. 
Thedridus : — 


name). 
Vodoalus : — Voel. 


Theida :— 


Vulstanus : — Wulfstan. 


Theohaldus :— Theobald, Tybalt. 




Theodoricus : — Theodore, 


W. 


Terence, Terry. 


Theodorus : — Theodore, Tudor. 


Waco : — Wake. 


Theodulfus : — Thiou. 


Wadinus : — Valentine. 


Theophania : — Tiifany. 


Walaricus : — Veleri. 


Theophilus : — Teofle. 


Waldebertus : — Gaubert, Valbert. 


Therricus. See Theodoricus. 


Waldeuius : — Waldef, Wadef. 


Thomasina : — Thomasine, Tarn- 


Waltheuus : — Waltheof. 


sin. 


Wandregisilus : — Wandril. 


Thtirketillus : — Thurkell. 


Wanthatia : — 


Timotheus : — Timothy. 


Warbora : — 


Tobias :— Toby. 


Warner us : — Warner. 


Ttideleius : — 


Wenialus : — Gruenau. 


Tttnnota : — 


Wenliana : — Gwenllian. 


Ttirgiun : — 


Weruilla : — 


Turstanus : — Thurstan. 


Wido :— Guy. 




Wilhelmus : — William. 


U. 


Willelma : — Wilmyne, Wilmot. 


Willelmus : — William. 


Udalricus : — Ulric. 
Ulitius :— Ulick, Willuk. 
Umfridus. Unfridus: — Humfrey. 
Ur sella : — 


Williametta : — Wilmot. 
Winandus : — Wynkyn. 
Wyllymota : — Welmet. 
Wymerca : — Wymark. 


Y. 


Y. 


Vadinus : — Valentine. 


Ylaria : — Hillary. 


Vedastus : — Faxister, Foster. 


Ytho :— Ives. 


Villefredus :— Wilfrid. 


Yuo : — Ives, Yvon. 


Vincentitis : — Vincent. 


Yuonus : — Ives. 



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Farrer. — Vide " Vendors and Purchasers." 

Greenwood's Manual of the Practice of Conveyancing. To 
which are added Concise Common Forms in Conveyancing. — Ninth 
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Prideaux's Precedents in Conveyancing — With Dissertations on 
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BEXJAMCf Lennabd Cheebt, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. 2 vols. 
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Strachan's Practical Conveyancing. By Walibb Steachah, Esq., 
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Webster. — Vide " Vendors and Purchasers." 
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International Convention. By Haeey Knox, Esq., Barrister-at- 
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MARRIED V/OMEN'S PROPERTY.— Lush's Married 
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PARISH LAW. — Humphreys' Parish Councils. — The Law 
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POOR LA^V SETTLEMENT.— Davey's Poor Law Settle- 
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PO^VERS. — Farwell on Powers. — A Concise Treatise on Powers. 
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