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flong, pa. part. flung, Teares 543. flore, ground, II. X. 10, v1. ii. 40. flote, to be flooded, 11. vii. 34.

flouret, flowrett, little flower, 11. vi. 7, S. C. Feb. 182, Nov. 83.

for that, because, v. xi. 54.

for then, at the time, S. C. March 98. for thy, therefore, because, 11. i. 14, vii. 65, ix. 49, 11. iv. 26, S. C. July 71. for why, because, Iv. xii. 15.

flout, to mock, deride, vi. viii. 11; pa. part. forbeare, to give up, forth, 11. i. 53; to leave VII. vi. 50.

flowre, ground, vi. vii. 8. See flore. flowre, floure, -deluce, -delice, flower of a plant of the genus Iris, 11. vi. 16, 1v. i. 31, S. C. Apr. 144.

flud, flood, vii. vii. 33.

flush, sb. a flight of birds suddenly started up, v. ii. 54.

flushing, ppl. adj. rushing, flowing quickly, IV. vi. 29.

foen, see fone.

foile, a thin sheet of metal, 1. iv. 4.

fold: twise so many fold twice as many, 11. viii. 41.

folded, ppl. adj. shut in a fold (of sheep), S. C. p. 467.

folke-mote, assembly, Iv. iv. 6.

foltring, ppl. adj. faltering, 1. vii. 24, 111. xi.

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foming, pres. part. giving forth as foam, 1. v. 28; ppl. adj. covered with foam, 1. i. 1. fon, fool, S. C. Feb. 69, Apr. 158, Sept. 68, Oct. 91, Clout 292.

fond, fonde, adj. foolish, 1. ix. 39, 1. i. 10, ii. 44, xii. 25, S. C. Sept. 58, Teares 327, Gnat 152, Daphn. 498.

fond, vb.1 pret. 1. x. 66; pa. part. 11. xii. 57; found.

fond, vb.2 pret. tried, 111. vii. 26. fondling, fool, vi. vi. 42.

fondly, foolishly, 111. xi. 38, v. iv. 26. fondnesse, folly, S. C. May 38, Amor. Son. 37.

fone, 1. ii. 23, 11. viii. 21, 111. iii. 33, IV, v. 26, v. iii. 12, ii. 37, vi. xi. 20, Bellay 66; foen, 11. iii. 13: foes. fonly, foolishly, S. C. May 58. food, feud, 1. viii. 9, 11. i. 3. foole-happie, lucky, 1. vi. 1. foole-hardize, -ize, folly, foolhardiness, 11. ii. 17, iv. 42, R. R. 189. footewarde, towards the foot, Three Lett. p. 625.

footing, pres. part. stepping, walking, 1. xi. 8, VI. iii. 28.

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for, notwithstanding, I. iv. 18; what is he for a... what kind of a ... is he, S. C. Apr. 17.

for end, finally, in short, Clout 324.

alone, 111. i. 22; to refrain from, cease, S. C. Apr. 15. forborne, pa. part. refrained from using, V. xi. 52; spared, R. R. 310. forbore, pa. part. v. xi. 54.

forby, by, v. xi. 17. foreby, near, close by, 1. vi. 39, VII. 2, III. v. 17, v. ii. 54; close by, past, III. i. 15.

fordoo, to destroy, v. xii. 3. fordonne, pa. part. ruined, undone, 1. x. 60, 11. i. 51, III. vii. 34, 1v. ix. 28; iv. v. 7 (auxiliary omitted); ppl. adj. exhausted, ruined, overcome, 1. v. 41, X. 47, III. iii. 34, Iv. iv. 38, Amor. Son. So.

forecast, to contrive, plan, 1. iv. 45. forecast, pa. part. determined beforehand, 11. xii. 29.

foredamned, ppl. adj. utterly damned, 11. X. 56.

foregoe, to go before, precede, 111. v. 6. forewent, pa. part. S. C. July 117. forelay, pret. lay before, 11. iii. 29. forelent, pa. part. given up or resigned beforehand, iv. iii. 6.

forelifting, lifting up in front, I. xi. 15. forepast, ppl. adj. bygone, past, iv. i. 21, v. iii. 40, Amor. Sun. 62; former, iv. iii. 44. forered, pret. betokened, Muiop. 29. foresay, to renounce, S. C. May 82.

fore

sayd, pa. part. excluded, S. C. July 69. foreshewed, pa. part. ordained, vii. vii. 45. foreside, front, upper side (fig.), v. iii. 39. foresight, III. iii. 2, 1v. Prol. I, viii. 44, x. 20, Muiop. 389.

forestall, to prevent (by anticipation), 1. ix. 45, II. ix. II. forestalled, ppl. adj. taken beforehand, 11. iv. 39.

foretaught, ppl. adj. previously taught, 1. vii. 18.

forewent, see foregoe. forgat, pret. forgot, vii. vii. 7. forged, false, 1. ii. 36, v1. xii. 33, Amor. Son. 86.

forgerie, -y, -ye, deceit, artifice, 11. xii. 28, III. i. 53, v. xi. 56, Clout 696; counterfeit, v. iii. 39.

forgiue, to give, leave, vi. ix. 22. forgo, to give up, vi. iii. 39. forgon, -e, pa. part. relinquished, 11. iii. 12; allowed to go, v. viii. 9.

forhaile, to distract (fig.), S. C. Sept. 243.

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for-hent, pa. part. seized, overtaken, III. iv. forwarned, pa. part. prevented, 1. ii. 18.

49.

forlent, pret. gave up, III. iv. 47. forlore, ppl. adj. forlorn, destroyed, lost, deserted, 1. viii. 39, 111. v. 50, Clout 182; pa. part. forsaken, abandoned, 11. iii. 31, 1. vi. 53, v. viii. 39, vI. xii. 12; pret. deserted, abandoned, 11. xii. 52, 111. iv. 34, ix. 52. forlore, adj. abandoned, depraved, v. xi. 61. forlorne, ppl. adj. forlorn, ruined, abandoned, 1. vii. 10, III. iii. 42; pa. part. abandoned, deserted, iv. viii. 15, Clout 90; led astray, Worlds Vanitie 84; bereft, deprived, S. C. Apr. 4.

formall, regular, S. C. Dec. 68, Hubberd 361, Clout 862.

formally, expressly, II. xii. 81.

formerlie, -ly, a little time before, 11. xii. 67; first, beforehand, vi. i. 38, iii. 38. forpas, to pass by, Hubberd 519; pret. III. x.

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forwasted, pret. 1. i. 5, II. X. 52; ppl. adj. 1.
xi. I laid utterly waste, ravaged.
forwearied, ppl. adj. 1. i. 32, ix. 13, xi. 45;
pa. part. v. v. 50: utterly wearied.
forwent, pret. of forgo, left, 11. v. 10, IV.
vi. 11, Past. Elegie 174.

forworne, ppl. adj. worn out, 1. vi. 35.
foster, forester, III. i. 17, iv. 45, 50, v. 13.
fouldring, ppl. adj. thundering, 11. ii. 20.
foule, bird, Bellay 97, Sonnets p. 607.
fowle, adv. foully, 1v. vii. 16.
foy, allegiance, 11. x. 41.
foyle, sb.1 repulse, 11. iii. 13.

foyle, sb.2 a thin layer (fig.), Iv. ii. 29.
foyle, vb. to defeat, overthrow, 11. x. 48, v.
xi. 33.

foynd, pret. lunged, thrust, 11. v. 9, viii. 47, Iv. iii. 25, v. v. 6.

foyson, abundance, profusion, Thest. 98. fraight, ppl. adj. fraught, 1. xii. 35, S. C. Sept. 84.

frame, sb. structure, construction, I. X. 59, 11. ii. 12, III. i. 31, Clout 287; web (spiders f.), IV. ii. 50; in, out of f.in, out of condition, order, S. C. Aug. 3, Oct. 25,

forsake, to avoid, 1. xi. 24; to renounce, 11. frame, vb. to make, form, 1. ii. 30, xii. 13,

vi. 21.

forslack, to neglect, vii. vii. 45. forslackt, -ed, pa. part. v. xii. 3, VI. xii. 12.

forslow, -sloe, to delay, hinder, Iv. x. 15, VII, vi. 16, S. C. June 119.

forspent, fore-, pa. part. utterly wasted, 1. ix. 43, IV. V. 34.

forstall, forstallen, to prevent, impede, III. i. 46, v. xii. 4, S. C. May 273.

forswatt, ppl. adj. covered with sweat, S. C. April 99.

forswonk, ppl. adj. tired with hard work, S. C. April 99. See swink.

forthinke, to renounce, Iv. xii. 14; to regret, VI. iv. 32.

forthright, straightway, immediately, 11. vii. 35; straight forward, 11. xi. 4, vi. vii. 7, S. C. Aug. 83.

fortilage, a small fort, 11. xii. 43.

Fortune, sb. 1v. iv. 37, v. iv. 6.

111. i. 24, iii. 12, Teares 203, Muiop. 370; to support, 1. viii. 30; to direct, 11. i. 20; to set on the way, vi. v. 40; to plan, 111. x. 16; refl. to direct, prepare, vi. vi. 25. franchise, privilege, Iv. ix. 37. franchisement, deliverance, v. xi. 36. francker, comp. more free, forward, 11. ii. 37; frank, free, Hubberd 531. francklin, franklin, freeman, 1. x. 6. franion, a loose woman, 11. ii. 37, v. iii. 22. fraught, ppl. adj. filled (fig.), v. xi. 8, 20. fray, vb. to frighten, terrify, 1. i. 38, 52, iii. 19, xii. 11, 11. viii. 46, xii. 40, 111. iii. 12, v. xii. 15.

fraye, sb. battle, affray, iv. i. 47. frayle, tender, 1. viii. 31; weak (transf.), iv. vi. 22. frend: with God to f. with God as help, 1. i. 28; with love to f., 111. iii. 14. frenne, stranger, enemy, S. C. Apr. 28.

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fret, sb. a carved border, iv. xi. 27.

fortúne, vb. to happen, 1. iii. 5, vi. 20, 111. ii. | fresh, to freshen, revive, v. v. 45.
22, v. 18, VI. vii. 14, S. C. p. 447, Hubberd
631.

fortunelesse, unfortunate, iv. viii. 27.
fortunize, to make fortunate, vi. ix. 30.
forwandring, pres. part. wandering astray, 1.
vi. 34. forwandred, ppl. adj. wandered
astray, III. xi. 20.
forward, far, III. ix. 11.

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fret, frett, vb. to devour, destroy, 1. vi. 44, II. ii. 34.

fretted, pa. part. adorned, 11. ix. 37, 111. iii. 58.

friend, to befriend, help, iv. ii. 7, x. 57. frigot, a light, swift vessel, frigate, 11. vi. 7, xii.

10.

frise, fryse, frieze, decoration on a column, Bellay 45, Sonnets p. 607.

friske, sb. caper, gambol, Iv. x. 46.

gainsaying, fres. part. protesting, p. 408. gainsaid, -sayd, pret. opposed, 11. ii. 28; pa. part. denied, S. C. p. 427.

frize, sb. frieze, coarse woollen cloth, vii. vii. 31. galage, a wooden shoe (galoshe), S. C. Feb.

frize, vb. to freeze (fig.), vi. x. 33.

fro, from, 1. iii. 28, vi. ix. 33.

frolicke, vb. to rejoice, be merry, vi. iii. 9. frollick, -e, adj. joyful, merry, vi. ix. 42, vII. vii. 39.

fromwarde, adv. turned away from, S. C. P. 434.

front, sb. forehead, 1. ii. 16.

fronting, pres. part. serving as a front to, Bellay 17.

frorne, pa. part. frozen, S. C. Feb. 243. frory, frosty, frozen, 11. viii. 30. froth-fomy, foaming, 1. xi. 23. frounce, to gather in folds, 1. iv. 14. froward, adj. perverse, 11. ii. 26, 111. v. 7, Hubberd 66; adv. = fromward, away, vi. x.

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fulfill, to fill, occupy, 11. xii. 30.

fulmined, pa. part. fulminated, sent forth, III. ii. 5.

fume, sb.: in a great f.at great pressure (of vapour), Three Lett. p. 616. fume, vb. to pass away, Clout 720. funerall, death, destruction, II. v. 25, R. T. 117; grave, monument, R. R. 37. furniment, furnishing, fittings, iv. iii. 38. furniture, gear, equipment, 111. i. II, vii. 18, S. C. p. 430, Muiop. 56 (plur.), Three Lett. p. 615.

furre, furr, far, S. C. pp. 418, 427, 458. ́ furst, first, 111. xi. 1.

fylde, pa. part. felt, vi. xii. 21.

fyled, pa. part. filed, registered, v1. vii. 33. fynd, pa. part. made fine, driven off (of chaff), S. C. Dec. 125.

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gagd, pa. fart. pledged, risked, 11. iii. 14. gage, sb. pledge, 1. iv. 39, xi. 41, p. 412, Hubberd 517,865.

gainesay, sb. contradiction, II. ii. 15.

244, Sept. 131.

Galathea, pseudonym, Clout 516. galingale, an aromatic East Indian plant, or English species of sedge, Muiop. 194. gall, bile, gall-bladder, 1. i. 19, ii. 6. gallimaufray, jumble, medley, S. C. p. 417. gallow tree, gallows, H. Love 153. game, joke, 1. xii. 8.

gamesom, -e, sportive, 111. iv. 30, v11. vi. 51. gan, did (properly began), 1. ii. 2, 11. vi. 39, viii. 8, 111. viii. 45, 48; with to, v. xi. 2, Daphn. 115. Cf. gin.

gang, -e, to go, S. C. March 57, Sept. 100, 155. gard, protection, care, III. i. 21. garish, to cure, III. v. 41. Cf. guarish. garland, chief ornament, glory', R. R. 449. garre, to make, cause, 11. v. 19, S. C. April 1, Sept. 106.

gasp, to gasp (fig.), S. C. Nov. 126. gasping, ppl. adj. gaping, gasping (fig.), S. C. Apr. 6. gastfull, fearful, S. C. Aug. 170. gat, pret. got, III. v. 7.

gate, sb.1 manner of going, gait, 1. viii. 12, III. iv. 32, v. xii. 14, S. C. p. 467, Daphn. 195; way, path, II. xii. 17. gate, sb.2 goat, S. C. May 177. gate, vb. pret. got, obtained, Amor. Son, 66. gaule, gall, bitterness, Three Lett. p. 627. gawdy green, green dyed with weld, yellowish green; S. C. May 4.

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gelt, pa. part. gelded, v11. vi. 50, Hubberd 520 (fig.).

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44, iv. 45, 49, vii. 3.

gain-, gainestriue, to resist, strive against, 11. gent, gentle, 1. ix. 6, 27, 11. i. 30, xi. 17, 11. i. iv. 14, Iv. vii. 12.

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gentlesse, gentleness, vi. iv. 3. gere, foul matter, vi. xii. 28. Cf. geare. german, brother, 1. v. 10, 13, 11. viii. 46. C gerne, to grin, v. xii. 15. Cf. gren. gesse, to deem, think, iv. i. 7. gest', feat of arms, exploit, 1. x. 15, 11. ix. 53, Iv. iv. 36, x. 4, Hubberd 978. gest, gesture, sign, 11. ix. 26; countenance, mien, bearing, III. ii. 24, viii. 8, vi. iv. 14. gether, to gather, S. C. Apr. 152. ghastlinesse, terribleness, terror, 11. iii. 44, Daphn. 327.

ghastly, full of fear, 111. i. 62; terrible, 111. ii.
29.

ghesse, to guess; to deem, judge, 1. vi. 13, Iv.
V. 45, VI. ii. 45. ghest, pa. part. 1. vi. 40.
ghost, spirit, soul, 1. vii. 21, 11. i. 42, 1v. iii. 13,
vii. 41; person, creature, 11. viii. 26. ghoast,
apparition, vision, Bellay 113.
ghostly, spiritual, Hubberd 280, 479.
giambeux, leg-armour, greaves, 11. vi. 29.
gieft, gift, v. x. 14.

gilden, ppl. adj. gilded, 11. iv. 17, vi. ii. 44;
pa. part. vii. vii. 33.

gillyflower, clove-scented pink, Amor. Son. 64.

gin, sb. instrument of torture, rack, 1. v. 35;
stratagem, plot, 11. iii. 13, 111. vii. 7; snare, net,
Muiop. 369, 387.

gin, ginne, gynne, vb. to begin, 1. i. 21, vi.
9, 17, xi. 21, III. iii. 36, viii. 51, S. C. Feb. 2,
39, March 10, Oct. 25.
gipsen, gipsy, Hubberd 86.

girland, -lond, gyrl-, band, vi. ix. 8; 'glory,'
Hubberd 1185; garland, Past. Elegie 153. Cf.
garland.

giust, sb. joust, tournament, 1. i. 1, S. C. Oct.39. giust, vb. to joust, tilt, 111. x. 35, Iv. i. 11. glade, to gladden, vi. x. 44; pret., Clout 266. gladfull, joyful, iv. vi. 34, v. iii. 34, 40, viii. 6. gladfulnes, joyfulness, Muiop. 208. gladsome, cheerful, pleasant, Hubberd 20. ́glaue, iv. vii. 28; glayue, v. xi. 58; glaiue, IV. X. 19, Love 233: sword.

glee, coupled with gold, app. = glitter, 1. ix. 32,
v. xi. 63; joy, mirth, happiness, IV. ix. 13, VI.
iii. 43; exaltation, prosperity, S. C. Feb. 224;
take in g. gladly accept, vi. v. 39.
glenne, glen, valley, S. C. Apr. 26.
glib, a thick mass of matted hair on the fore-
head and over the eyes, Iv. viii. 12.
glims, a momentary shining, glimpse, v. vi. 29,
VI. viii. 48, H. Beautie 221.
glister, to glitter, shine, 1. i. 41, v. ix. 21,
Clout 495. glistring, ppl. adj. 1. i. 14, iv. 8,
vii. 34, III. xi. 52; glyster, Proth. 4.

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glitterand, ppl. adj. glittering, shining, 1. iv. 16, vii. 29, 11. xi. 17, S. C. July 177. glode, pret. glided, passed, iv. iv. 23. gloome, to gloom, become dusk, Epith. 284. glose, -ze, to comment upon, interpret, Gnat p. 486; to flatter, talk speciously, Three Lett. P. 629. glozing, ppl. adj. flattering, deceitful, 111. viii. 14.

glow, to be red as with glowing heat, 1v. vii. 6. glutted, fa. part. filled, S. C. Sept. 185. gnarre, to snarl, growl, 1. v. 34. gobbeline, goblin, 11. x. 73.

gobbet, piece (of flesh), lump (of food), 1. i. 20, X. 13, V. xii. 39.

Godbewye, good-bye, Two Lett. p. 639.
godded, pret. deified, Clout S10.
Goddilge ye, God yield you God bless you,
Two Lett. p. 640.

godhead, divinity, Clout 834.

goe, pa. part. gone, S. C. July 118. gondelay, gondola, 11. vi. 2, II. good, goods, property, v. i. 33; knew his g. = knew how to behave, 1. x. 7.

goodly, adv. courteously, 1. v. 15; beautifully, well, 11. vii. 53, Iv. ix. 14.

goodlyhed, -lihead: thy, your g.= the personality of one who is goodly (a form of address), II. iii. 33, S. C. Feb. 184, May 270; goodly appearance, beauty, 11. ii. 38, vi. ii. 25. goold, marigold, Clout 339.

gorbellyed, lit. corpulent; inflated, unwieldy, Two Lett. p. 640.

gore, to pierce, wound, 11. vii. 13, 1t. ii. 65. gored, ppl. adj. 1. iii. 35, v. 9.

gore bloud, clotted blood, 11. i. 39. gorge, throat (internal), 1. i. 19, VI. iv. 22; maw, 1. xi. 13.

gorget, armour for the throat, Iv. iii. 12. goshauke, a large short-winged hawk, v. iv. 42. gossip, relative, friend, 1. xii. 11, Hubberd 53, 193.

got, pa. part. won, iv. i. 50; was got = had betaken herself, 1v. xi. 42.

gourmandize, gur-, greediness, vi. viii. 38, x. 34.

gouernall, management, 11. xii. 48. gouernance, -aunce, conduct, demeanour, II. i. 29, Muiop. 384, Clout 503; restraint, 11. iv. 7. gouerning, pres. part. supporting, 1. vi. 14; vbl. sb. conduct, 1. viii. 28. gouernment, management (of body), 1. ix. 10; conduct, demeanour, IV. V. 20, v. viii. 3; guidance, v. iv. 4.

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grace, vb. to favour, 1. x. 64, vi. xi. 6, Clout | grin, to gnash (the teeth), v. iv. 37.

485. graced, ppl. adj. favoured, embellished, VI. ix. 8.

gracelesse, unfortunate, unlucky, iv. iii. 8; cruel, merciless, v. xii. 18, S. C. Aug. 113. graffed, pa. part. grafted, firmly fixed, S. C. Feb. 242.

graft, pa. part., graft in-engrafted upon, Clout 918.

graile, -yle, gravel, 1. vii. 6, v. ix. 19, Bellay 157.

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graine: died in g. dyed thoroughly (orig. in scarlet), 1. vii. 1.

gramercy, ie, thank you, thanks, 11. vii. 50; sb., Three Lett. p. 624. grange, dwelling-place, vII. vii. 21. graple, sb. an instrument for grasping, v. viii. 42. graplement, clutch, grasp, II. xi. 29. grapling, pres. part. gripping, wrestling, iv. iv. 29.

grase (fig.), to move on devouring, to grow, be prevalent, S. C. Sept. 113.

graste, pa. part. graced, favoured, vi. xii. 16. grate, to fret, harass, 1. i. 19, 11. i. 56, 111. ix. 14, Hubberd 1334.

gratulate, to greet, welcome, Amor. Ded. 1. grayle', grail; holy vessel said to have been used at the Last Supper, 11. x. 53. grayle', see graile.

greaue, grove, thicket, 111. x. 42, vi. ii. 43. gree1, station, rank, degree, S. C. July 215. gree, favour, goodwill, 1. v. 16, 11. iii. 5; in gree with favour, p. 410; to take it wel! in g.= to take in good part, to consent, v. vi.

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greedie, -y (transf.), greedily pursued, v. iv. 42, vi.xi. I7.

greet, to congratulate, 1. i. 27, v. iii. 14, 15, xi. 15. greete, sb. weeping, lamentation, S. C. Aug. 66. greete, vb. to weep, S. C. Apr. 1. gren, to grin, VI. xii. 27. grenning, pres. part. 1. vi. 11; ppl. adj. 1v. vii. 24. gride, -yde, to pierce (lit, and fig.), 11. viii. 36, III. i. 62, ix. 29, 1v. vi. I, Gnat 254. gride, -yde, pa. part. III. ii. 37, S. C. Feb. 4, Aug. 95.

griefull, -ff-, sorrowful, Iv. 16, vi. viii. 40. griesie, gryesy, grey, grizzled, 1. ix. 35, III. i. 67.

griesly, -isely, -lie, adj. horrible, grim, ghastly, 1. i. 37, v. 20, 30, ix. 21, 11.i. 39, vi. 18, ix. 29, xii. 6, 11. i. 14, iv. 52, vi. 37, xii. II, IV. iii. 13, S. C. Nov. 55, Dec. 68; adv. Iv. vii. 40. grieuaunce, hurt, pain, iv. iv. 26. grieued, ppl. adj. injured, 1. viii. 17.

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gripe, grype, sb. grasp, v. xi. 27, vi. iv. 7. gripe, vb. to grasp, understand, p. 408. griped, ppl. adj. 1. xi. 41; grypt, pa. part. vi. iii. 28: grasped.

griple, sb. grasp, v.ii. 14; adj. grasping, greedy, I. iv. 31; tenacious, vi. iv. 6.

gronefull, full of groans, mournful, 11. xi. 42. groome, young man, iv. v. 36, v. i. 12, vI. iv. 42, ix. 5; shepherd, Clout 12.

grosse, adj. heavy, 1. xi. 20; sb. the whole, S. C. Sept. 135.

grossenesse, stupidity, S. C. p. 419. ground, reason, cause, Clorinda 24. grounded, ppl. adj.: ill g. seeds = seeds planted in bad soil, iv. iv. I; pa. part. based, Three Lett. p. 621.

groundhold, anchors of a vessel, vi. iv. 1. groueling, prone, having the face towards the ground, flat, 11. i. 45, viii. 32, xi. 34, iii. i. 38, iv. 17, v. 23, vi. i. 39. groynd, pret. growled, vi. xii. 27. grudge, sb. ill will, resentment, 1. iv. 61, 1. ix. 32.

grudgeing, vb. to complain, murmur, v. vii. 37; pres. part. murmuring, 11. i. 42; ppl. adj. complaining, repining, 1. ii. 19, v. x. 37. grutch, to murmur, complain, 11. ii. 34. gryfon, -phon, griffin, vulture, 1. v. 8, 11. xi. 8.

gryping, vbl. sb. grip, grasp, 1. xi. 20. Cf. gripe.

grysie, horrible, grim, grisly, 11. xi. 12, 1II. xii.

19.

guarisht, pret. healed, 1v. iii. 29. Cf. garish. guerdon, reward, 1. x. 59, 1v. iii. 16, v. iii. 14, S. C. Nov. 45, Clout 943.

guilen, to beguile, deceive, 111. ix. 7. guiler, deceiver, 11. vii. 64, 111. x. 37. guilt, gilded, v11. vii. 28.

guise, -ze, -yse, mode (of life), behaviour, I. iv. 20, vi. 25, v. xi. 19, vi. v. 2; custom, mode, fashion, 111. i. 39, iv. x. 6, 49, vi. ii. 6; condition, vi. vi. 32.

gulfe, voracious appetite; 'maw,' S. C. Sept. 185. gurmandize, see gourmandize. gust, taste, flavour, vii. vii. 39. gut, stomach, Hubberd 212.

gybe, to jibe, jeer, S. C. p. 427, Hubberd 714. gyeld, meeting-place of a guild, guild-house, II. vii. 43.

gynne, gynst, see gin.

gyre, whirl, revolution, 11. v. 8; ring, circle, III. i. 23.

gyu'd, pa. part. bound, fettered, v. iv. 35.

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