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wood, Petrarch 16; adj. of ebony wood, 1. 31 ; pres. means, purports, S. C. Sept. 172; ís Prol. 3, vii. 37, iv, v. 8.

called, p. 409; pret. was called, 11. ii. 35, 11. hedded, ppl.adj. : ill h. with the head affected i. 24, 1v. xi. 50 ; pa. part. committed, entrusted, by wine, iv. i. 3.

1. iv. 6, iv. x. 38; called, 11. iv. 41, ix. 59; aphedstall, the part of a bridle that fits round the pointed, designated, iv, vii, 17; assigned, orhead, v. iii. 33.

dained, iv, viii. 54, v. iv. 9; meant, directed, heed, sb. care, caution, v. xi. 18.

v. xi. 8; destined, vi. iv. 36; called, summoned, hoed, vb. to notice, perceive, v. viii. 4.

Daphn. 11. heedfull, careful, v. viii. 32.

hild, pret. held, iv. iii. 42, xi, 17. heedinesse, heedfulness, caution, v. vi. 3+; hinder, adj. back, at the back, 1. iv. 5, II. vi. attentiveness, vi, vi. 26.

32, S. C. May 243, Muiop. 403. Leedy, heedie, careful, v. ix. 13, S.C. Sept. hipp, fruit of the wild rose, Hubberd 948. 167.

hippodame, sea-horse, 11. ix. 50, 111. xi. 40. heeling, heel-piece of a stocking, Hubberd 213. hire, hyre, sb. wages, vi. xii. 6; reward, bribe, heft, pret. raised, 1. xi. 39; threw, iv. iii. 12. vii. vi. 43, 45. helme, helmet, iv. ii. 17.

hire, vb. to bribe, Hubberd 682. helpless, inevitable, that cannot be helped, hoare, hore, frosty, 11. xii. 10, iv. xi. 46; grey, 1. iv. 49, vii. 39; affording no help, from which 1. iii. 10, Clout 57.; ancient, 11. vii. Arg. rescue is impossible, 11. xii. 4.

hoarie, hoary, grey, Muiop. 328 ; h. frost = hem, them, S. C. May 129, 304, 313, June 76, hoar-frost, 1. x. 48, S. C. Jan. 33. Sept. 113, 157.

hodgepodge, mixture, medley, S.C. p. 417. home (1597 heame), adv.home, S. C. Nov. 98. hold, sb. refuge, shelter, 11. ii. 44. hend, to seize, grasp, v. xi. 27.

hole, whole, well, better (of a wound), 111.v. henge, axis (of earth), 1. xi. 21.

43, xii. 38. hent, pret. took, seized, 11. ii. 1, iv. 12, xi. 17, holme, holm-oak, Gnat 215. VII. vii. 32, S. C. Feb. 195, March 89. hent, holpen, pa. part. helped, vi. viii. 23. hentest, in hand = undertook, ill. vii. 61, S. C. homely, adv. kindly, vi, ix. 17; familiarly, July 37. hent, pa. part. taken, seized, 11. Three Lett. p. 614. vi. 49, vi. xi. 31, R. T. 677.

hong, pa. part. hung, 111. vi. 18. hept, pret. heaped, dealt in large quantities, ini. hont, to hunt, S. C. Dec. 82. vii. 33. Cf. heaped.

hood, state, condition, v. vii. 21. her 1, their, S.C. May 160, Sept. 39.

hoord, vb. to conceal, iv, xi. 43, vi. iv. 39; her”, he, him, S. C. Sept. 1, 2, 3, 4.

pret. piled, Gnat 657; ppl. adj. stored up, herbar, herb-garden, 11. ix. 46.

treasured, iv. ix. 12. here by there, here and there, S.C. Sept. 63. hooued, pret. waited, lingered, Clout 666. herneshaw, heron, vi. vii. 9.

Cf. houing, vb.? hersall, rehearsal, ju. xi. 18.

hopelesse, unhoped for, unexpected, 111. v. 34. herse, ceremonial, 11. ii. 48; the solemn obse- hore, see hoare.

quy in a funeral, S.C. Nov. 60, 70, &c., 200. horld, pa. part. hurled, R. R. 274. hery,-ye, topraise, glorify, s. C. Feb.62, Nov. horrid, bristling, rough, 1. vii. 31, 111. xi. 44.

10. herried, heriod, fa. part. honoured, horror, roughness, 1. vi. 11. praised, 11. xii. 13, 111. i. 43.

horsefoot Helicon, Hippocrene H. (so called hest, see heast.

because it was fabled to have been produced by hether, hither, 1. i. 43, vi. viii. 46, S.C. Apr. a stroke of Pegasus' hoof), Teares 271. 151.

hospitage, position of a guest; guestship, I. hetherto, hitherto, S. C. p. 420. hetherward, hither, S. C. Aug. 46.

host, hoste, vb. to entertain, receive as a hew!, form, shape, condition Chue), 1. i. 46, ii. guest, 111. ix. Arg., 1v. viii. 27; to be a guest, *40, iii. 11, ix. 20, III. vi. 33, 35.

lodge, vi. ix. Arg. to h.= to be guests, Gnat hew ?, hacking, slaughter, vi. viii. 49.

196. heydeguye, a kind of country dance, S.C. hoste, sb. army, v. xi. 42. June 27.

hostlesse, inhospitable, 111. xi. 3 hidder, a young male sheep, S.C. Sept, 211. hostry, lodging, shelter, v. x. 23. hide, see hye.

hot, hote, frei. was called, 1. xi. 29, iv. iv. 40, hight, sb. : on h. = aloud, vi. vi. 24.

S.C. Sept. 194; named, mentioned, S. C. July hight, vb, to designate, choose, name, vi, vii. ! 164. Cf. hight, vb.

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35 = the seven daily offices of the church; | illude, to elude, evade, 11. v. 9. good h. = good fortune, vi. ix. 39.

illustrate, to render illustrious, Amor. p. 562. bhousling, sacramental (transf.), 1. xii. 37. imáge, Teares 201. houe, vb.' to rise, 1. ii. 31.

imbeziled, pa. part. taken away, stolen, R.T. houing, vb.pres. parl, floating, 111. vii. 27. p. 470.

houed, pret. waited, lingered, 111. X. 20. CF. imbrast, pa. part. embraced, iv. viii. 59. hooued.

imbrew, to thrust, 1. vi. 38; to stain, vi, v. how be, although, S.C. July 95.

5; pa. part. spilt, iii. iii. 38. Cf. embrew. howlot, owl, owlet, Three Leit. p. 621. immeasurd, -ed, unmeasured, enormous, l. hoye, a small vessel, 11. x. 64.

x. 8, xii. 23. 1. hoyse, to raise up, Three Lett. pp. 615, 618. immixing, pres. part. mingling, iv. iii. 47. i hububs, shouts, noise, 111. X. 43.

imp, ymp, -e, sb. scion, child, offspring (lit. i huckster: h. man= man who bargains, Hub- and fig.), 1. Prol. 3, 111. v. 53, xii. 7, 1v, xi, 10,

vi. ii. 38, p. 410, R. T. 272 ; young shoot, hugger mugger, concealment, secrecy, Hub- scion, iv. xi. 26, v. xi. 16, Teares 75.

impacáble, inappeasable, implacable, iv. ix. humáne, human, iv. ii. 51, Clout 351.

22, R. T. 395. humblesse, humbleness, humility, 1. ii. 21, iii. impart, to allow, grant, 111. ii. 1. 26, xii. 8, Amor. Son. 2.

impe (a wing), vb. to engraft feathers in a humors, -ours, fluids in the body which were wing so as to improve the powers of flight,

supposed to affect or determine a person's tem- H. Beautie 135. ympt, pa. part. (transf.), perament, R. R. 320; proud h. = pride, 1. x. fastened, w. ix. 4. 26; sad h. = sadness, 1v. x. 50 ; sleep, 1. i. 36. impeach, to hinder, prevent, Gnat 576. C:. hurly-burly, commotion, tumult, v. iii. 30. empeach. hurtle, hurtlen, to rush, dash, 1. iv. 16, 40, imperceáble, not pierceable, 1. xi. 17. viii. 17, iv. iv. 29; to brandish, wave, 11. impertinent, irrelevant, S. C. p. 419.

impictured, pa. part. impressed as with a hurtlesse, harmless, 1. vi. 31.

picture, Pasi. Elegie 163. husband, farmer, husbandman, jv. iii. 29, implacáble, 11. vii. 35. Hubberd 266; husband farme = farm, iv. iv. implore, entreaty, 11. v. 37. 35.

imployd, pret. found employment for, Epibusher, usher, 1. iv. 13.

taph (1) 25. hy, hye, high, 1. i. 8, Proth. 28.

implye, to enfold, 1. iv. 31, vi. 6; to entangle. hyacine, hyacinth (precious stone), 11. xii. 54. 1. xi. 23; to contain, III. vi. 34. hydra, -dré, a fabulous many-headed snake, importable, unbearable, 11. viii. 35. supposed to have been killed by Hercules, 11. importune, adj. heavy, severe, grievous, 1. xi. xii. 23, vi. xii. 32.

53, xii, 16, 11. vi. 29, viii. 38, xi. 7, vi. i. 20, hye, hie, to haste:, iv. xi. 6, S.C. Apr. 128, Muiop. 230 ; Troublesome, 111. iii. 44, Daphn.

May 317. hide, pret. hastened, 11. xi. 25. 387 ; persistent, pertinacious, vi. xi. 6. hylding, base, worthless, vi. V. 25.

importune, vb. to portend, import, 111. i. 16. hynd, hynde, servant, rustic labourer, vi, viii. importunely, importunately, urgently, 11. viii. 12, X. 3, xi. 27, R. R. 244.

4. hyppocrase, a cordial made of wine flavoured impresse, to affect, influence, Love 170. with spices, Three Lett. p.615.

imprest, pret, stamped, marked, 11. xi. 5;

produced by pressure, imprinted, iv. iii. 34; I

pa. part, imprinted, 111. xii. 33.

improuided, unforeseen, 1. xii. 34. idee, idea, conception, H. Love 284. in, inne, abode, lodging, dwelling (lit. and idle, ydle, causeless, baseless, i, xii. 9, 111. vi. fig.), 1. i. 33, 11. xii. 32, 11. iii. 30, Daphn. 5+; empty, i, v. 8.

469. idole, image, counterpart, imitation, 11. ii. 41, inburning, ppl. adj. burning internally, 111. i. iv.v. 15.

-53, 1v. viii. 17. ill-faste, evil-faced, ugly, 11. xii. 36.

incénse, sb., Bellay 143, Epigrams p. 608. ilfauouredly, in a bad or unpleasing way, incessantly, immediately, without pausing, vi. Three Lett. p. 61. Cf. fauoured.

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incline, to apply oneselt, vi. iii. 3.

tion, 1. xii. 31; knowledge, understanding, III. incontinent, forthwith, immediately, 1. vi. 8, v. 32, xii. 5, Teares 144.

iv. iii.18, v. ix. 18, vii. vii. 17, Elegie 61. intendment, intention, design, p. 408. indew, to put on, 11. vi. 35. indewed, pret. intent, purpose, intention, 11. i. 22, vi. viii. 15, took in, inwardly digested,' 111. x. 9. in- Gnat 274, R. R. 288, Amor. Son. 25; quest, dewd, pa. part. invested, 11. ii. 6, 11. iii. 38. v. viii. 3. in this i.= in this respect, vi, ix. Cf. endew. indifferent, fair, just, v. ii. 1; impartial, v. intentive, attentive, v. ix. 14. ix. 36.

interesse, interest, vii. vi. 33. indifferently, impartially, vii, vii. 14. interlace, to intermingle, cross each other indignaunce, indignation, 111. xi. 13.

intricately, v. iii. 23 (intr.); pres. part. interindigne, unworthy, iv.i. 30.

spersing, vi. xii. 33. indignifie, to dishonour, treat with indignity, intermedled, pa. part. intermixed, p. 408. Clout 583. -fyde, pret. vi. i. 30.

intermitted, pa. part. suspended, left off, Two indited, pa. part. indicted, vi. vii. 35.

Lett. p. 635. infant, a youth of noble or gentle birth, 11. viii. intimate, to communicate, 111. ix. 30, vi, iii.

56, xi. 25, v. viii. 41, vi. viii. 25. inferd, pa. part. inflicted, vi. viii. 31. intire, sincere, genuine, v. viii. 12. Cf. en infest, adj. hostile, vi. iv. 5, vi. 41.

tire. infest, vb. to attack, assail (fig.), 1. xi. 6, intreat, to prevail upon, induce, 11. ii. 35; to Worlds Vanitie 53.

describe, treat of, v. i. 1. Cf. entreat. infestred, ppl. adj. festered, vi. xi. 24. intreatfull, supplicating, full of entreaty, v. infinite, 11. ix. 50, 111. vi. 35. inflame, to set on fire, Gnat 510.

intrinsecall, interior, internal, Three Lett. influence, an ethereal fluid supposed to flow

p. 615. from the stars or heaven and affect the destiny introld, obscure reading in 11. ii. 44 (v. II. enof men, 1. viii. 42.

trold, enrold). inforcement, compulsion, v. xi. 52.

intuse, bruise, 11. v. 33. informed, pa. part. formed, fashioned, w. inure, to practise, exercise, Amor. Son. 21. vi. 8.

Cf, enure. infuse, infusion, H. Love 47.

inuade, to go, enter, 11. x. 6, 11. vi. 37; to ingate, entrance, iv. x. 12, R. T. 47.

intrude upon, attack, vi. iii. 8. ingenerate, ppl. adj. innate, 111. vi. 3. inuent, to find, discover, 1. vi. 15, III. v. 10, V. ingoe, ingot, mass of cast metal, 11. vii. 5. ii. 20, Amor. Son. 82. inherite, to receive as one's lot, vi. ix. 25. inuest, to put on, iv. v. 18. inholder, tenant, vii. vii. 17.

irke, to weary, iv, vii. 15. inly, inwardly, 11. xi. 21, xii. 28, 1. i. 55, ii. irkesome, yrkesome, tired, 1. i. 55, ii. 6.

11, xi. 27, vi. v. 38, vii. vi. 25, S. C. May 38 irrenowmed, unrenowned, 11. i. 23. (Glosse entirely), Gnat 275, Muiop. 343, Three isope, hyssop, Muiop. 190. Lett. p. 628; thoroughly, s. C. Sept. 161. issew, sb. issue, 111. ix. 15, xii. 43. inquere, to inquire, seek information, 1. i. 31. isséwed, -’d, 111. vii. 19, ix. 15, xii. 3, 5, 27, inquést, quest, search, knightly expedition, iv. vi. 3, v. iji. 20; issuing, v. iv. 50; 111. ii. 4, v. i. 13, vi. xi. 42.

issú’d, v. iii. 4; issúde, Elegie 231 : to inquire, -quyre, to call, name, 11. X. 12 ; to issue.

seek, request, v. xi. 58. insight, 111. iii. 11, v.ix. 39.

J (1) insolence, pride, Teares 72 ; exultation, Clout 62 2.

iacke of both sides, a person who sides first insolencie, pride, S.C. May 118.

with one side and then with another, a insolent, rude, barbarous, 11. iv. 50.

trimmer, Three Lett. p. 621. inspyre, to breathe, blow, 11. iii. 30.

iackemate, companion, Three Lett. p. 622. insu’th, follows, Elegie 83. Cf. ensue. Iacobs, Iaakob staffe, a pilgrim's staff, 1. vi. intend, to call, name, vii. vi. 9; fret. refl. 35, Daphn. 41. directed, 11. iv. 46; ppi.adj. outstretched, 1.ix. iade, contemptuous name for a horse, hack, 38; directed, iv. i. 27.

II. i. 17, vi. vii. 40; term of reprobation intendiment, attention, attentive considera-l applied to a woman, 11. xi. 31.

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É iane, small silver coin of Genoa introduced | kemd, pa. part, combed, v. vii. 4.

into England towards the end of the fourteenth ken, to ascertain, discover, Beautie 88. kend, century, II. vii. 58.

pa. part. known, 1. xii. 1; ascertained, disiarre, discord, dissension, quarrelling, 11. j. 26, covered, 11. viji. 19; recognized, S. C. May iv. 41, v. 16.

237. kent, kend, pret. discovered, 111. vii. iasp, jasper, Bellay 25.

19; recognized, iv. X. 14; knew, v. xi. 20; iauel, -ell, rascal, Hubberd 309, 712. caught sight of, descried, v. xi. 43, Clout 272. ieopardee, -ie, danger, peril, Hubberd 98; in kenst = knowest, S.C. Feb. 85, March 28,

his i. = into danger at his hands, 11. iv. 43. Apr. 21, May 215. iessemyne, jasmine, Amor. Son. 64. kernes, rustics, peasants, S. C. July 199. iesses, straps of leather, silk, &c., fastened kerue, to pierce, cut, iv. i. 4. round the legs of hawks, vi. iv. 19.

kesars, keasars, kaisers, emperors, 11. vii. 5, iollity, -ee, revelry, 11. xii. 60, 111. i. 40, S.C. iv. vii. 1, Teares 570.

kest, pa. part. 1. xi. 31 ; pret. 11. xi. 42, vi. iolly, -ie, gallant, brave, fine, 1. i. 1, ii. 11, 111. xii, 15: cast.

i. 45, iv. i. 32 ; cheerful, Hubberd 422; big, kestrell, lit. la small hawk; applied as a conS.C. Sept. 165.

temptuous designation ; base, 11. iii. 4. iollyhead, jollity, merriment, vi. xi. 32. ketch, to catch, 11. i. 4, 111. vi. 37. iollyment, mirth, enjoyment, joyfulness, 11. key colde, cold as a key (fig.), Three Lett.

vi. 3, 1v.xi. 12, vi, ii. 16. iott, least portion, 1. X. 26.

kight, kite, 11. viii, 16. iournall, daily, diurnal, 1. xi. 31, p. 210. kind, kynd, -e, nature, 1. ii. 43, iii. 44, 11. ii. iouysaunce, -isaunce, merriment, mirth, 36, v. 28, 111. ii. 40, vi. 8; fashion, manner, S.C. May 25, Nov. 2.

11. iii. 40, 111, xii. 22 ; sex, 11. ii. 4; family iouial, under the influence of the planet Jupiter, kin, p. 411 ; respect, manner, S. C. p. 418. regarded as the source of joy and happiness, kindly, -ely, natural, innate, 1. iii. 28, viii, 11, II, xii. 51.

X. 47, 111. ix. 33, Two Lett. p. 636. ioy, to enjoy. ioyed, ioyd, pret. 1. iv. 46, kinred, kindred, 11. X. 35, S. C. May 271.

31. X. 53, 111. i. 37. ioying, pres. part. trans. kirtle, a tunic, originally a garment reaching deriving enjoyment from, J. vi. 48 ; to re- to the knees or lower, 1. iv. 31, S.C. Aug. joice, delight, 1. vi. 1, 17, Muiop. 99. ioy'd, 67. pret., Hubberd, 707. ioying, pres. part., knack, trinket, knick-knack, S.C. May 286. R.R. 198.

knee, projection, crag, 1. ix. 34. ioyance, -aunce, enjoyment, mirth, joy, 1. iv. knife, sword, 11. v. 9. 37, 11. xii. 18, Muiop. 208, Past. Elegie 25; knowe, pa. part. known, S.C. Sept. 161. enjoyment (of a person), vi. xi. 7.

kodpeasd, ppl. adj. furnished with a cod-piece ioynted, pret. disjointed, dismembered, v.xi. or bagged appendage to the front of the close29.

fitting hose or breeches worn by men from the iuncats, -ates, sweetmeats, delicacies (jun- fifteenth to the seventeenth century, Three kets), v. iv. 49, Amor. Son. 77.

Lett. p. 625.

kon, to know, Clout 294. kond, pret. v. vi. K

35. Cf. con.

kurre, dog, cur, S.C. Sept. 182. kaies, keys, iv, x, 18.

kydst, fret. knewest, s. C. Dec. 92. keasars, see kesars.

kynded, pa. part. begotten, v. v.40.
keep, keepe, sb. heed, care ; to take k.=(1)
to take heed, notice, 1. i. 40, 111. X. 38, v. ix.

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S. C. Dec. 8; that which is kept, a charge, L., Lord, S. C. p. 420.
S.C. July 133; keeping, care, charge, Hub- lace, thread, 111. ii. 50.

lacke, loss, absence, Epitaph (2) 12. keepe, vb. to tend, guard, S. C. May 129, July lackey, to act as a lackey, run as a footman, 200, Dec. 137.

vi. ii. 15. keeping: bee at your k. = be on your guard, 1. lad, pret. led, 11. xii. 84, 11. xii. 16, iv. viii. xi. 2.

2, v. xii. 37. keight, pret. caught, 111.ji. 30, v vi. 29. lade, to load, v. v. 54.

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laesie, -y, lazy, idle, 1. iv. 36, 111. vii. 12, | leach-craft, medicine, 111. iii. 17.

S.C. Feb. 9, July 33, Clout 372, 766. leachour, lecher, debauchee, 1. iii. Arg. laire, resting-place (of a corpse); grave, iv. leade, to live, pass one's life, S. C. July 102,

185. lamentable, lamenting, mournful, vi. iv, 29, leafe, trust, faith: 1. and love, Amor, Son.

28. lamping, ppl. adj. flashing, resplendent, 11. leake, leaky, 1. v. 35, vi, viii. 24. iii. 1, Amor. Son. 1.

leames, gleam, ray, Epigrans p. 608. lanck, slim, slender, III. vi. 18, ix. 21. leaneth, depends, S. C. p. 420. landheards, flocks, Clout 277.

leany, lean, thin, S.C. July 199. langourous, sorrowful, 11. i. 9.

leapes, baskets in which to catch or keep fish, languishment, suffering, trouble, iv. viii. 16, S. C. p. 466. xii. 23, R. T. 159.

leare, lore, .art', 11. xi. 16, iv. iii. 40, vi. iv. lap, to fold, wrap up, 11. iii. 30, 1I. v. 51; 4. leares = lessons, 111. vii. 21.

pa. part. lapped in, enfolded, surrounded learnd, pa. part, taught, I. vi. 12. with (fig.), v. vi. 6.

leasing, lesing, lie, falsehood, 1. vi. 48, 11. larded, pret. fattened, S. C. Feb. iic,

ix. 51, xi. 10, iv. viii. 24, v. ii. 33, S. C. lare, pasture, 1v. viii. 29.

May 285, Hubberd 699, 733, Clout 696 ; lylarge, at l. = at length, iv. vii. 34.

ing, falsehood, S. C. Sept. 150, Clout 102. largebelled, ppl. adj. adorned with large least, conj. lest, 111. viii. 24, v. xi. 26, vi, viii. bells, Three Lett. p. 625.

1, xi. 43. larumbell, alarm bell, 11. ix. 25.

least, adv.: at l. = at last, 11. x. 68. latched, vb.) pret. caught, S.C. March 93. leau'd, pret, raised, 11. X. 31. latch, vb.2 to fasten, s. C. May 291.

leauy, leafy, iv. X. 45. later, recent, last, 1. i. 32.

ledden, speech, iv. xi. 19, Clout 744. latest, last, Daphn, 263.

lee, river, v. ii. 19, R. T. 603. lattice, screen, 111, xii. 15.

leese, to lose, S. C. Sept. 135. launce, scale, balance, w. vii. 4.

lefte, pret, lifted, 11. iii. 34. launch, to pierce, vi. ii. 6, viii. 48. launcht, legierdemaine, sleight of hand, v. ix. 13, pret. 1. iii. 42. launched, pret. darted, 11.

Hubberd 701. vi. 20.

launcht, pa. part. 1. iv. 46, 1v. vi. leman, lemman, lover, 1. i. 6, vii. 14,. 11. v. 40, X. 1. launched, 11. i. 38, ii. ii. 37, vi. 28, m. ii. 20, viii. 40, iv. i. 9, V. viii. 2.

52, Amor. Son. 57. launchedst, iv. vii. 1. lend, to give, 1. ix. 58; to cause, iv, xii 21; lauer, basin, u, xii. 62.

pret. gave, dealt, 11. v. 6, v. i. 21; pa. part. lawnds, open spaces among woods, glades, iv. granted, given, v. xi. 42.

lengd, prel, tarried, remained, S. C. May 250. laxatiue, profuse, copious, Two Lett. p. 639. lenger, longer, 1. i. 22, iii. 19. lay, laye, sb. song, 1. x. 54, 11. X. 59, p. lere, sb. lesson, S. C. May 262 ; instruction,

409; 'strain,' 11. i. 35, vi. xi. 5, Clout 423. lore, Clout 783 ; plur. vi. ii. 31. lay, sb.2 = lea, 111, viii. 15, x. 23, Gnat 110. lere, vb. to learn, S. C. Dec. 4. lay, vb.: lay on load, lode = to deal heavy lessoned, pret. instructed, ini. vi. 51. blows, 11. xi. 29, iv. iv. 23, ix. 22, 33 ; to lest, to listen, vi. i. 17. deposit, 11. xii. 3. layd, pa. part. brought let, sb. hindrance, obstacle, 1. viii. 13, 11. xi. 31, down, reduced (of a swelling), S. C. Oct. 119; iv. i. 12 ; hesitation, vi. vi. 20. ppl. adj. subdued, S. C. Oct. 12.

let, vb.1 to leave, 11. vi. 16. let be (imper.) = laye?, ? place of rest, 11. xii. 44; pl., S. C. cease from, 11. iii. 16.

let, vb.2 to hinder, prevent, 1. vii. 20, 11. i. 47, laye, laity, S. C. May 76.

viii. 28, 111. v. 17, v. ii. 4, ix. 7, Past Elegie laye , law, 11. X. 42.

X. 24.

Νου. 15.

126. let, pa. part. vi. xii. 1. lay-stall, dung-heap, refuse-heap, 1. v. 53. leuell, to direct, 11. ix, 1. leueled, pret. 11. lazars, lepers, 1. iv. 3. lea, open ground, meadow land, plain, S. C. leuer, rather, 1. ix. 32, 111. ii. 6. me l. were Feb. 158, July 122; the watry l. = the water, = I would rather, 11. v. 7. Cf. liefe, liefer. iv. ii. 16.

leuin, lightning, 11. v. 48, v. vi. 40, S.C. leach, doctor, 1. v. 17, n. iii. 18, iv, 41, iv. July 91, Aug. 87. levin-brond = fash of

lightning, vii, vi. 30.

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xii. 34.

vi. I.

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