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baffuld, disgraced as a perjured knight, v. base 2, bass voice, low, deep sound, II. xii. 33;

iii. 37, vi. vii. Arg. 27. baid, see bay.

baile, sb. charge, custody, vII. vi, 49; pledge, security, S. C. May 131.

baile, vb. to deliver, liberate, Iv. ix. 7.

a bass singer, T. M. 28.

basen, basin: b. wide as wide as a basin, Hubberd 670.

basenesse, low estate, condition, vi. iii. 1. basenet, a steel headpiece, v1. i. 31.

bait, bayt, to bait (a bull, &c.), I. xii. 35, 11. bases 1, a plaited skirt appended to the doublet, viii. 42, VI. v. 19.

baite, to feed on a journey, 1. i. 32. balductum, trashy, rubbishy, Three Lett. pp. 619, 623.

bale1 (for baile, q.v.), release, S. C. Aug. 105.

bale 2, injury, fatal influence, 1. i. 16, S. C. Nov. 84; sorrow, grief, 1. vii. 28, ix. 29, 11. ii. 45, VI. x. 3, 8.

bale, fire (cf. bale 2), 1. ix. 16.

balefull, harmful, injurious, deadly, 1. ii. 2, III. . 8; subjectively, full of pain, painful, S. C. Jan. 27.

balefulnesse, distress, sorrow, II. xii. 83. balke, sb. (fig.), omission, exception; lit. ridge or piece of land left unploughed by accident, VI. xi. 16.

balke, vb. to quibble, bandy words, 111. ii. 12; to stop short, refrain, Iv. x. 25; to miss, stray from, S. C. Sept. 93; to lie out of the way, Hubberd 268.

ball, to bawl, howl, S. C. Sept. 190.

reaching from the waist to the knee, v. v. 20. bases 2: bases light = sportive races, vi. x. 8. bash, to be abashed, daunted, 11. iv. 37. bastard, base, 1. vi. 24, II. iii. 42. baste, to sew, stitch, v. v. 3.

bate1, to abate, diminish, v. ix. 35, Epigrams p. 607.

bate 2, pret. bit, 11. v. 7.

bate, pa. part. fed (cf. baite), S. C. Sept.

44.

bate, to bait (cf. bait), vi. vii. 40. batt, bat, stick, club, Gnat 154, Hubberd 217. battailous, ready for battle, warlike, pugnacious, I. v. 2, 11. vii. 37, III. iii. 47, v. v. 21, VI. vii. 41.

batteilant, engaged in battle, combatant, Worlds Vanitie IOI.

battill, to become fat, vi. viii. 38. batton, club, baton, vi. vii. 46. bauldrick, baudricke, belt, girdle, 1. vii. 29, II. iii. 29, Proth. 174; the zodiac, viewed as a gem-studded belt, v. i. II.

ballance paire of b. = balances, scales, v. i. bay, sb. extremity, vI. i. 12: at, unto a b.=

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bane, destruction, death, 11. xi. 29. banes, banns, 1. xii. 36.

banket, bancket, banquet, 1. xi. 2, III. vi. 22, IV. vii. 20.

banne, sb. curse, 1. vii. 39.

bannerall, small streamer attached to lance of knight, vi. vii, 26.

barbes, armour of war-horse, 11. ii. II. barbican, watch-tower, II. ix. 25. bard, adorned with bars, 11. iii. 27.

bare, pret. bore, 11. vii. 5, v. Prol. 1, S. C. Dec. 124.

basciomani, kissing of the hand, ш. i. 56. base', lower part, v. ix. 16; pedestal, Bellay 44.

at close quarters, III. i. 22, IV. vi. 41. bay, vb. to bay, bark, 1. v. 30, Gnat 345. pret. baid, R. T. 215.

baye, to bathe (cf. embay, 1. ix. 13, &c.), 1. vii. 3.

bayes, baies, laurels (fig.), Iv. i. 47, vı. vi. 4. baylieffe errant, a sheriff's officer going about the country executing writs, &c., vi. vii. 35.

bayt, sb. bait, enticement, artifice, 11. v. 9, vii. 10, VI. ix. 23.

bayt, vb.1 to abate, let rest (see bate 1), 11. xii. 29.

bayt, vb.2 to speak gently or with bated breath, III. x. 6.

bayted, pa. part. fed, Three Lett. 621.
bazil, a genus of aromatic, shrubby plants
(Ocymum, N. O. Labiata), Muiop. 188.
be, bee, been, fa. part. Iv. iii. 21, S. C. Sept.
146.

beades, bedes, prayers: bidding his b.
saying his prayers, 1. i. 30, x. 3.
bead-men, men of prayer, I. x. 36.
beadroll, list, IV. ii. 32.

beame1, gleam, glitter (fig.), 1. xii. 23, 11. vii. 45; ray, glance (fig.), Clout 493, 518.

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Deare, bere, bier, 11. xii. 36, vi. ii. 48, iii.
14, R. T. 191; transf. tomb, sepulchre, . iii.
II; transf. corpse, burden, Past. Elegie 149.
ɔearne, barn, granary, Three Lett. P. 626.
beastly, adj. animal, 1. iii. 44.
beastly, adv. in a disgusting manner, III. viii. 26.
beastlyhead, beasthood, beastliness; your b.
= your beastly' self, your personality as a
beast, S. C. May 265.

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beat, to overcome, v. i. I. beath'd, heated, iv. vii. 7. beaupere, companion, 111. i. 35. beck, nod, Three Lett. p. 625. becke, beak, 11. xi. 8.

become, to come to, go to, I. x. 16, 1. iv. 1;

to suit, be becoming to, 1. x. 66, 11. ii. 14,
viii. 23; to happen, 11. ix. 32.

bed, to order, command, 1. ix. 41; to pray
(cf. bid), vi. v. 35.
bedide, pret. dyed, Iv. iv. 24.

bedight, to equip, vi. v. 7. bedight, pa.
part. adorned, equipped, 111. vi. 43, Iv. iv. 39,
Gnat 113; afflicted, 11. vi. 50; ill b.=(1)
stricken, II. i. 14, S. C. Oct. 89; (2) dis-
figured, 11. vii. 3.

beduck, to dip, dive, 11. vi. 42.

beetle stock, the stock or handle of a beetle, Hubberd 507.

befall, to be fitting, 1. x. 14; to occur, happen to be, Gnat 72. befeld, pa. part., Iv. iii. 50. | beforne, adv. before, S. C. May 104. prep., May 160.

begin, beginning, 111. iii. 21.

begor'd, stained with gore, Iv. xi. 3.
beguile, to deprive, 11. ii. 46, Hubberd 1285;
pa. part. disappointed, foiled, 1. xi. 25.
behalfe in this b. in this matter or respect,
Three Lett. p. 619.

behalue, behalf, Iv. iv. 27.
behappen, to happen, v. xi. 52.
behaue, to conduct, regulate, 11. iii. 40.
beheast, behest, command, bidding, 1. vi.
Arg., 11. ii. 32, III. iv. 31, Iv. ix. 31, R. T.
73, Daphn. 137, 270, Hubberd 1308, Love 93.
behight, pa. part. behight, to deliver, grant,
entrust, I. x. 50, 11. viii. 9, Iv. xi. 6; to call,
name, 1. x. 64, 111. vii. 47, S. C. Apr. 120,
May 201; to speak, address, Iv. ii. 23, vi.
38, v. iv. 25; to adjudge, pronounce, con-
sider, Iv. i. 44, iii. 31, v. 7; to ordain, decide,
11. iii. I, Muiop. 241, H. Love 173; to com-
mand, 11. iv. 43. behot, behote, pret., pa. |

part. held out hope, 1. xi. 38, iv. iv. 40 ;
called, S. C. Dec. 54.

be-hold, to hold, retain, capture, S. C. Sept. 229.
behoofe, advantage, profit, iv. vii. 37.
behot, see behight.

behoue, to be proper, fitting; to be incum-
bent, necessary, iv. ix. 31, VI. v. 20. be-
hooued, pa. part., Gnat 467.
belaccoyle, greeting, welcome, iv. vi. 25.
belamoure, lover, 11. vi. 16; a flower (un-
identified), Amor. Son. 64.
belamy, lover, II. vii. 52.

belay, to besiege, encompass, Amor. xiv.
belayd, pa. part. adorned, vi. ii. 5.
beldame, form of address to an aged woman,
III. ii. 43.

belgard, kind, loving look, 11. iii. 25, III. ix. 52, Beautie 256.

beliue, biliue, byliue, forthwith, quickly,
immediately, I. v. 32, ix. 4, II. viii. 18, 111.
i. 18, v. 16, x. 10, S. C. Sept. 227.

bell: to bear the b. to obtain the prize, gain
the victory, Iv. iv. 25, v. 13.
bellibone, fair maid, bonny lass, S. C. Apr.
92, Aug. 61.

belyde, pret. counterfeited, III. x. 7.
bend, band, 11. iii. 27, vii. 30, v. v. 3, S. C.
May 32.

bene, beene, are, 1. i. 1o, 111. i. 26, x. 16, iv.
i. 24, ii. 24, S. C. Apr. 124, Oct. 87, Past.
Elegie Introd. 12, Beautie 269.

beneficiall, a letter presenting to a benefice,
Hubberd 486.

beneuolence, gift, Hubberd 517.
bent, sb. aim, purpose, intention, S. C. Epistle
P. 417.

bent, adj. obedient, S. C. Sept. 149.
bents, stalks of reed-like grass, vi. iv. 4.
bequeathed, ppl. adj. committed, entrusted,
1. x. 63.

bere 1, see beare.

bere 2, to bear, carry, IV. xii. 15.

bereaue, to deprive of, 1. i. 52; to take away, remove, destroy, get rid of, 11. vii. 19, v. iv. 10, vi. 2. beraft, pa. part. bereft, robbed, Iv. ii. 10. bereaued, pa. part. stolen, carried off, v. iii. 30; taken away, Hubberd 208.

berobbed, pa. part. robbed, 1. viii. 42, v. viii.
46.

beseeke, to beseech, iv. iii. 47.
beseme, beseem, to befit, become, seem, be
seemly, 1. viii. 32, 11. ix. 26, 37, III. i. 55, IV.
ix. 20, v. v. 38, S. C. Aug. 36. beseeming,
ppl. adj., Three Lett. 620.
beseene, pa. part. provided, treated, v. x. 17,

VII. vii. II. well b. of good appearance, good looking, 1. xii. 8, 111. iii. 58, Gnat 651; accomplished, versed, read, Teares 180. gay b. gaily apparelled, adorned, Amor. xxvii. besit, to become, befit, 11. vii. 10. besitting, ppl. adj. iv. ii. 19.

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bespake, pret. addressed, v. iv. 50.
bespredd, pa. part. adorned, 111. x. 44.
besprint, ppl. adj., S. C. Nov. 111.
sprent, pa. part., S. C. Dec. 135, besprinkled.
bestaine, to stain, Iv. vii. 27.
bested, bestad, pa. part. situated, placed, 11.
x. 54. bestadde, disposed, ordered, S. C.
Aug. 7. ill, sore, sorely b. = hard pressed,
placed in a dangerous situation, 1. i. 24, II. i.
30, 52, 1v. vii. 46, v. i. 22, v1. i. 4, vi. 18;
ill bestedded, iv. i. 3. bestedde, bestad,
pret. beset, III. v. 22, IV. iii. 25.
bestow, to place, arrange, 11. ix. 28.
bestrad, pret. bestrode, v. ii. 13.
bet, pret. beat, 1. iii. 19, 11. ii. 22, xii. 63.
pa. part. beaten, 1. vii. 28; storme-bet, 11.
xii. 32.

betake, to betake oneself, 1. v. 28, ix. 44; to
deliver, give to, vi. xi. 51. betooke, pret.
to entrust, III. vi. 28.
beteeme, to grant, give, 11. viii. 19.
bethinke, to make up one's mind, 1. vi. 16.
bethrall, to make captive, 1. viii. 28.
betide, to befall, happen, 11. i. 35, III. v. II.
betided, pret., Hubberd 37, Clout 329.
betid, pret. 11. viii. 24, 1v. xii. 4, v. iii. 10,
xii. 32. betight, pa. part., S. C. Sept. 173,
Nov. 174. betidde, pa. part. 11. i. 26.
bett, better, S. C. Oct. 15.

beuer, the lower part of a helmet, 1. vii. 31,
II. i. 29, IV. vi. 25.

beuy, company (of ladies), 11. ix. 34, v. ix.
31, S. C. Apr. 118, Glosse p. 434.
bewaile, to mourn? (perh. an error), I. vi. I.
bewray, to disclose, reveal, betray, 1. iv. 39,
v. 30, 1. iii. Arg., v. iii. 25, vi. iii. 1,
Worlds Vanitie 148, S. C. Jan. Glosse,
March 35, Hubberd 1096. bewraide,
pret. 1. iv. 61; perceived, iv. ix. 38.
bickerment, strife, bickering, v. iv. 6.
bid, to pray, I. i. 30. See beades.
bide, byde1, to endure, 1. iii. 31; to remain,
abide, 1. x. 66, 11. ii. 9, vi. 19, IV. i. 24.
bide 2, to bid, offer, 111. viii. 16.
biggen, cap (of a child), S. C. May 241.
bight, to bite, 1. xi. 16.

Bilbo, Bilbao, noted for its swords, Muiop. 77.
biliue, see beliue.

bil, bill, a sword, weapon, v. xi. 58: forrest b. = a digging or pruning implement, III. V. 21.

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bin, pa. part. been, 1. i. 33; pres. are, v. i. 13.
birchen, of a birch-tree, v. xi. 58.
bit, bite, v. viii. 49.
bittur, bittern, 11. viii. 50.
blacksmith, iv. v. 33.

blame, sb. injury, hurt, 1. ii. 18, 111. i. 9;
fault, Beautie 155.

blame, vb. to find fault with, S. C. July 38;
to bring into discredit, vi. iii. 11.
blanck, entirely confounded, discomfited, III.
iii. 17.

bland, to sooth, flatter, cajole, Beautie 171.
blandishment, cajolery, flattery, 1. ix. 14,
Hubberd 1274.

blasphemous, III. vii. 39, v. ii. 19.
blasphémy, vi. xii. 25.
blast, to wither, III. v. 48.

blaze, to proclaim, describe, depict, portray,
extol, 1. xi. 7, v. iii. 2, ix. 25, P. 410, S. C.
P. 417, Apr. 43, Muiop. 266; to shine, 1. iv.
16. blazed, fa. part. emblazoned, v. iii. 14.
blazer, one who proclaims, extols, trum-
peter,' 11. ix. 25.

blazon (broade, out), to make known, proclaim,
describe, 1. Prol. 1, Teares 102.
blemishment, blemish, iv. ii. 36.
blend, vb.1 to blind, dazzle, 11. xii. 80, 1v. iii.
35. blent, pa. part. 11. iv. 7, Gnat 311.
blend, vb.2 to mix, mingle, defile, obscure,
blemish, 11. vii. 10, III. ix. I.
blent, pa.

part. 1. vi. 42, 11. iv. 26, v. 5, xii. 7, 111. ix.
33, xii. 29, v. iii. 37, vi. 13, Hubberd 1330.
blere, to deceive, S. C. July 36.
blesse, sb. bliss, 1. x. Arg., Iv. x. 23.
bless, vb.1 to preserve, protect, guard, 1. ii.
18, vii. 12, IV. vi. 13.

blesse, vb.2 to wave, brandish, 1. v. 6, viii. 22.
blin, to cease from, stop, III. v. 22.
blincked, affected with a blink, 111. ix. 5-
blind, dark, without openings, iv. xi. 2.
blist, pret.1 blessed, iv. vii. 46, S. C. July 174.
ɓlist, pret.2 brandished, vi. viii.
13. cf
blesse, vb.2

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blith, joyfully, 1. xi. 4.
bliue, forthwith, 11. iii. 18. Cf. beliue.
bloncket, grey: b. liveryes grey coats,
S. C. May 5.
blont, rough, rude, unpolished, S. C. Sept.
109. Cf. blunt.

blooded, pa. part. wet or smeared with blood,
Amor. Son. 20.
bloodshed, 11. vi. 34.

bloosme, blossom, bloom, Iv. viii. 2, vi. Prol.
4, S. C. Jan. 34.

bloosming, ppl. adj. S. C. May 8; pres. part. p. 411: blossoming, flowering.

blot, sb. blemish, disgrace, vi. xii. 41, Clout boult, to sift, II. iv. 24.

697.

bound, to go, lead, 1. x. 67.

blot, blotten, vb. to sully, defame, blemish, bounse, to beat, thump, 111. xi. 27.
IV. i. 4, 51, v. ix. 38, vi. xii. 28.
blubbred, ppl. adj. tear-stained, -swollen, I.
vi. 9, 11. i. 3, v. i. 13, Daphn. 551.
blunt, uncultivated, vi. xi. 9.
boad1, to bode, indicate, vi. vi. 23.
boad, bode2, pret. sojourned, dwelt, abode,
v. xi. 60, Hubberd 400. Cf. bide 1.

bounteous, virtuous, 111. i. 49, ii. 10, xi. 10.
bountie, -y, goodness, virtue, 11. iii. 4, 24,
III. i. 49, ix. 4.

bodrag, bo(r)draging, hostile incursion,
raid, 11. x. 63, Clout 315.
bollet, bullet, 1. vii. 13.
bolt, arrow, S. C. March 70.

bond, pa. part. bound, 1. i. 3, Iv. viii. 21,
Hubberd 133.

bondáge, 11. xi. I.

bone, leg, S. C. March 52.
bonefier, bonfire, Epith. 275.
bonetto, bonnet, cap, Three Lett. p. 625.
bongrely, bungling, slovenly, Three Lett.
p. 629.

bonie, bony, comely, beautiful, Clout 80, 96,
172.

bonilasse, a beautiful girl, S. C. Aug. 77-8. booke-redd, ppl. adj. educated, Hubberd 358. boone, petition, prayer, 111. vii. 34, Iv. ii. 50, v. ix. 34.

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bountiest, most virtuous, III. v. 8. bountihed, bountyhed, generosity, II. X. 2, III. i. 41, iii. 47.

bourdon, burden, accompaniment (of a song),
Past. Aeglogue 77.

bourne, boundary, 11. vi. 10.
bout, about, vi. v. II.

bouzing, ppl. adj. drinking, tippling, 1. iv.

22.

boue, above, Iv. iv. 37, R. T. 110.
bow-bent, bent like a bow, v. Prol. 6.
bowr, muscle, 1. viii. 41.

bowre, sb. bower, inner room, chamber, 1. i.
55, 11. i. 58.

bowre, vb. to lodge, shelter, vi. Prol. 4, vi.
x. 6.

boystrous, rough, rude, I. viii. 10.
brace, to encompass, S. C. Sept. 124.
brag, proudly, boastfully, S. C. Feb. 71.
bragging, proud, boastful, S. C. Feb. 115.
bragly, ostentatiously, boastfully, S. C. March

14.

brake, fern, bracken, 11. xi. 22, S. C. Dec. 102. brame, longing, 11. ii. 52.

v. ix.

bransle, dance, III. x. 8.

11. 1.

boot, gain, advantage, profit, III. xi. 9,
£ 10; booty, vII. vii. 38.
boote, vb. to avail, profit, 1. iii. 20,
16, v. 3, 11. xi. 16, 1v. xii. 25, S. C.
127.
bootelesse, unprofitable, useless, 1. ii. 2; adv.
Hubberd 400.

Sept.

ord, boord, sb. table, 11. x. 6, Two Lett.
p. 636; conversation, intercourse, Iv. iv. 13;
coast, VI. xii. I; at b. = against, alongside,
Gnat 42.

Dord, boord, vb. to speak, address, accost,
C 1. ii, 5, iv. 24, ix. 2, xii. 16, III. ii. I9; tơ
. border on, approach, iv. xi. 43.

ordraging, see bodrag.

ore, pa. part. borne, iv. iv. 4. borrell, rude, rustic, S. C. July 95. porrow, borowe, pledge, security, S. C. May 131, Sept. 96, Hubberd 852: by my dear b. by our Saviour (Glosse), S. C. May 150. osome, iv. xi. 43.

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brast, pret. burst, I. v. 31, viii. 4, 111. vii. 40,
IV. iii. 12, v. viii. 8, xi. 28, Petrarch 39.
braue, splendidly, finely, 1. iv. 8; beautiful,
fair, 11. iii. 24, xii. 83, R. T. 94.
brauely, gaily, splendidly, 11. vi. 13.
brauery, finery, S. C. Epistle p. 418, Hubberd
608, 858, Three Lett. p. 625.
brawned, brawny, well-developed, 1. viii. 41.
bray, braie, to resound, cry out, gasp out,
utter, give forth, 1. vi. 7, viii. 11, II. i. 38, v.
xi. 20.

braynepan, skull, vi. vi. 30.

breach, breaking, injury, 1. viii. 34, 11. xii.
56; gap, fissure, fracture, 11. vii. 28; sobbing
breaches sobs which break out intermittingly,
III. iv. 35; violation, vi. ii. 42, Hubberd 1141.
breaded, braided, plaited, 11. ii. 15, 111. ii. 50.
breare, briar, 1. x. 35, III. xi. 37. See also
brere.

breath'd, pret. rested, vi. xi. 47.
breathfull, full of breath, iv. v. 38.
breche, breech, breeches, v. ix. 10, S. C.
Feb. 242.

breed, to cause, produce, 1. vii. 17, II. i. 37,
Clout 697.

ing.

breme, breem, cold, chill, rough, harsh, vii. buegle, glass beads, S. C. Feb. 66. vii. 40, S. C. Feb. 43, Dec. 148.

bren, brenne, to burn, 111. iii. 34. brent, pret. 1. ix. 10, II. i. 47; pa. part. S. C. May 267; ppl. adj. 1. xi. 28, R. T. 19.

brere, briar, II. i. 46, S. C. May 10, Amor. Son. 26.

brickle, fragile, brittle, iv. x. 39, R. T. 499. bridale, wedding, wedding feast, Iv. xi. 9, v. ii. 3, Proth. 17.

buffe, blow, stroke, 1. ii. 17, xi. 24, II. ii. 23.

bug, apparition, goblin (cf. mod. bugbear), 11.
iii. 20, xii. 25.

bugle, wild ox or buffalo, 1. viii. 3.
bulke, hull or hold of a ship, v. xi. 29.
bullion, solid gold or silver, III. i. 32.
Bunduca, Boadicea, 11. x. 54.
burdenous, heavy, severe, v. xii. 19, S. C.

brigandine, a small, light vessel for fighting, May 132. IV. ii. 16, Muiop. 84.

brigant, brigand, vI. x. 39.

brim, edge (of shield), iv. iii. 34; edge (of horizon), v. ix. 35; edge, limit, vi. xii. 26. brimstón, 11. x. 26.

britch, breeches, Three Lett. p. 625. cf. breche.

brize, bryze, gadfly (mod. breeze), vi. i. 24, Worlds Vanitie 24.

broad-blazed, widespread, widely proclaimed,

I. X. II.

brocage, pimping, procuration, S. C. p. 416, Hubberd 851.

21;
37.

burganet, steel cap used by infantry, especially
pikemen, 11. viii. 45, III. v. 31, Muiop. 73.
burgein, to bud, vii. vii. 43.
busket, small bush, S. C. May 10.
buskin, high boot, 1. vi. 16; = tragedy, S. C.
Oct. 113.

busse, a kiss, III. x. 46.

but, unless, S. C. May 265; only, S. C. Aug. II 2. but if unless, III. iii. 16, Iv. viii. 23, S. C. Sept. 143.

buxome, yielding, unresisting, obedient, 1. xi. 37, III. ii. 23, vi. viii. 12, S. C. Sept. 149, Hubberd 626.

by-, see bi-.

broch, to begin, commence, 111. i. 64.
brode, abroad, afar, 1. iv. 16, 1v. iii. 5.
brond, brand (of lightning), 1. viii.
sword, brand, 1. iv. 33, 11. viii. 22,
bronds embers, brands, 11. vii. 36.
brondiron, sword, 111. xii. 24, IV. iv. 32, vi. bydding base, see bace sb.
viii. 10.

by-accident, side issue, p. 407.

by and by, immediately, 1. x. I, II. vii. 20, viii. 4, Hubberd 1092; in succession, one by one?, vII. vii. 27.

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brood, parentage, extraction, lineage, race, 1. iii. 8, x. 64, 11. vii. 8?, v. vii. 21. brooding, breeding, v. xi. 23.

brooke, to endure, bear, remain, 111. iv. 44, IV. ii. 40, VI. iv. 21.

broome, broom (plant), vi, ix. 5. brouze, twig, III. x. 45.

brouzed, pa. part. eaten (by cattle), S. C.
Feb. 236.

brunt, stroke, assault, 11. viii. 37, v. xi. 59,
S. C. p. 427, Amor. xii. at the instant b.=
suddenly, at starting, VI. xi. 9.
brusd, to, see tobrusd.

brust, to burst, S. C. p. 435; pret. 111. i. 48,
viii. 25, v. viii. 22, Worlds Vanitie 80; pa.
part. broken, burst, Iv. iv. 41, v. xi. 31,
Past. Elegie 106; pres. part. brusting, 111.

iii. 19.

by-disputation, incidental argument, Three
Lett. p. 624.

bynempt, named, mentioned, S. C. July 214;
declared, uttered (on oath), promised, 11. i.
60, S. C. Nov. 46 (Glosse bequethed).
byte, to eat, I. i. 23.

Byze, Byzantium, R. R. 296.

C

cabinet, arbour, bower, 11. xii. 83, S. C. Dec.
17; cottage, dwelling, Daphn. 558.
cærule, deep blue, azure, Gnat 163.
caitiue, caytiue, sb. villain, wretch, 11. i. I,
viii. 37.

caitiue, caytiue, adj. captive, 1. vii. 19, ix.
II; mean, base, 11. iii. 35, III. vii. 16.
calamint, an aromatic herb of the genus
Calamintha, III. ii. 49.

bruted, bruited, noised abroad, Hubberd 188. brutenesse, brutishnesse, brutality, stupid-call, sb. netted cap or head-dress, 1. viii. 46. ity, 11. viii. 12, IV. vii. 45, Teares 270. bubble glas, glass as thin as a bubble, R. T.

50.

buckle, to make ready, gird oneself (in armour), v. xi. 10; refl. v. xii. 16, vi. viii. 12.

camphora, a tree or plant which yields camphor, 11. ii. 49.

carmarick, cambric, Three Lett. p. 625. camus, camis, a light, loose dress of silk; a chemise, shirt, tunic, 11, iii. 26, v. v. 2.

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