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laesie, -y, lazy, idle, 1. iv. 36, 1. vii. 12, | leach-craft, medicine, 111. ii. 17.
S. C. Feb. 9, July 33, Clout 372, 766.
laire, resting-place (of a corpse); grave, iv.
viii. 51.

lamentable, lamenting, mournful, vi. iv. 29,
viii. 3.

lamping, ppl. adj. flashing, resplendent, 111.
iii. 1, Amor. Son. I..

lanck, slim, slender, 11. vi. 18, ix. 21.
landheards, flocks, Clout 277.
langourous, sorrowful, II. i. 9.
languishment, suffering, trouble, iv. viii. 16,
xii. 23, R. T. 159.

lap, to fold, wrap up, 11. iii. 30, III. v. 51;
pa. part. lapped in, enfolded, surrounded
with (fig.), v. vi. 6.

larded, pret. fattened, S. C. Feb. 110. lare, pasture, iv. viii. 29.

large, at l. at length, Iv. vii. 34.

leachour, lecher, debauchee, 1. iii. Arg. leade, to live, pass one's life, S. C. July 102, 185.

leafe, trust, faith: 1. and love, Amor. Son.
28.

leake, leaky, 1. v. 35, vI. viii. 24.
leames, gleam, ray, Epigrams p. 608.
leaneth, depends, S. C. p. 420.
leany, lean, thin, S. C. July 199.

leapes, baskets in which to catch or keep fish,
S. C. p. 466.

leare, lore, 'art', III. xi. 16, Iv. iii. 40, vi. iv.
4. leares lessons, 111. vii. 21.
learnd, pa. part. taught, 1. vi. 12.
leasing, lesing, lie, falsehood, 1. vi. 48, 11.
ix. 51, xi. 10, IV. viii. 24, v. ii. 33, S. C.
May 285, Hubberd 699, 733, Clout 696; ly-
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.

larumbell, alarm bell, 11. ix. 25.

latched, vb.1 pret. caught, S. C. March 93.
latch, vb.2 to fasten, S. C. May 291.
later, recent, last, 1. i. 32.

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laxatiue, profuse, copious, Two Lett. p. 639. lay, laye, sb.1 song, 1. x. 54, II. x. 59, p. 409; strain,' 11. i. 35, vi. xi. 5, Clout 423. lay, sb.2-lea, III, viii. 15, x. 23, Gnat 110. lay, vb.: lay on load, lode to deal heavy blows, 11. xi. 29, Iv. iv. 23, ix. 22, 33; to deposit, 11. xii. 3. layd, pa. part. brought down, reduced (of a swelling), S. C. Oct. 119; ppl. adj. subdued, S. C. Oct. 12.

laye1, ? place of rest, 111. xii. 44; pl., S. C. Νου. 15.

laye2, laity, S. C. May 76. laye3, law, II. X. 42.

lay-stall, dung-heap, refuse-heap, 1. v. 53.
lazars, lepers, 1. iv. 3.

lea, open ground, meadow land, plain, S. C.
Feb. 158, July 122; the watry l. = the water,
IV. ii. 16.
leach, doctor, I. v. 17, III. iii. 18, iv. 41, 1v.
vi. I.

I, xi. 43.

least, adv.: at l.=at last, 11. x. 68.
leau'd, pret. raised, II. x. 31.
leauy, leafy, Iv. x. 45.

ledden, speech, iv. xi. 19, Clout 744.
lee, river, v. ii. 19, R. T. 603.
leese, to lose, S. C. Sept. 135.
lefte, pret. lifted, 11. iii. 34.
legierdemaine, sleight of hand, v. ix. 13,
Hubberd 701.

leman, lemman, lover, 1. i. 6, vii. 14, 11. v.
28, III. ii. 20, viii. 40, 1v. i. 9, v. viii. 2.
lend, to give, II. ix. 58; to cause, Iv. xii 21;
pret. gave, dealt, II. v. 6, v. i. 21; pa. part.
granted, given, v. xi. 42.

lengd, pret. tarried, remained, S. C. May 250.
lenger, longer, 1. i. 22, iii. 19.
lere, sb. lesson, S. C. May 262; instruction,
lore, Clout 783; plur. vi. ii. 31.
lere, vb. to learn, S. C. Dec. 4.
lessoned, pret. instructed, 111. vi. 51.
lest, to listen, vi. i. 17.

let, sb. hindrance, obstacle, 1. viii. 13, 11. xi. 31,
Iv. i. 12; hesitation, vi. vi. 20.
let, vb.1 to leave, 11. vi. 16. let be (imper.) =
cease from, 11. iii. 16.

let, vb.2 to hinder, prevent, 1. vii. 20, 11. i. 47,
viii. 28, III. v. 17, v. ii. 4, ix. 7, Past Elegie
126. let, pa. part. vi. xii. I.

leuell, to direct, III. ix. I. leueled, pret. 11.
xii. 34.

leuer, rather, 1. ix. 32, 111. ii. 6. me 1. were
= I would rather, 111. v. 7. Cf. liefe, liefer.
leuin, lightning, III. v. 48, v. vi. 40, S. C.
July 91, Aug. 87. levin-brond
= flash of
lightning, vii. vi. 30.

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lief, liefe, sb. and adj. dear, beloved, 1. iii. 28, ix. 17, II. i. 16, ix. 4, III. i. 24, ii. 33, IV. iii. 52, VI. xii. 17, S. C. July 165, Clout 16; agreeable, III. viii. 42; liefe or loth, 111. ix. 13, VI. i. 44; l. or sory, vII. vi. 8 willing or unwilling. liefer (comp.), preferable, 11. iv. 28, 111. i. 24. liefest (superl.), dearest, 11. i. 52, III. ii. 33, x. 15, S. C. Aug. 192. liege, sb. lord; superior to whom one owes allegiance and service, 11. iii. 8, ix. 4 (fig.), VI. vii. 23.

liege, adj. loyal, faithful, Clout 793. liegeman, a vassal sworn to the service and support of his superior lord, 11. iii. 9; plur. III. i. 30.

lien, lyen, pa. part. lain, 1v. ix. 4, p. 412. lifull, lyfull, giving or bestowing life, vi. xi. 45, Epith. 118.

lig, ligge, liggen, to lie, vi. iv. 40, S. C. May 125, 217, Sept. 118, Oct. 12, 63. light, vb. to relieve, unload, I. xii. 42; to remove, III. v. 31; to happen, befall, v. xi. 55. light, pa. part. lit, 1. v. 19, 111. i. 58. light, adv. easily, quickly, I. viii. 10, Hubberd 1056.

lightly, easily, III. v. 25, viii. 19. lightsome, -som, radiant, 1. vii. 23, 11. vii. 48, VII. vii. 51, S. C. Aug. 87, Thest. 82. lignage, lineage, I. vi. 20.

like, to please, Hubberd 945; likt, pret. 11. vii. 27; to like well to thrive, S. C. July 105.

like as, as if, v. v. 2.

likely, similar, alike, Beautie 198. likelynesse, likeness, resemblance, v. vii. 39. liker, more like, v. x. 21.

lilled, pret. put out (the tongue), 1. v. 34. limbeck, alembic, retort, vII. vii. 31. limehound, bloodhound, v. ii. 25. limming, vbl. sb. painting, Beautie 84. limned, pa. part. depicted, Teares 202. lin, 1. i. 24, v. 35, 111. iii. 22, 30, viii. 24, Daphn. 467; linne, Two Lett. p. 641: to cease, desist.

line, lyne, linen, v. vii. 6, Muiop. 364.

list, to wish, desire, choose, fres. ii. ix. I, III.

ix. 7, S. C. May 164, June 17; pret. 1. ii. 22, 111. ii. 15; him, thee, me, &c., list (impers.) = it pleased him, &c., he liked, 1. vii. 35, 11. vii. 18, 19, Iv. ix. 35. listfull, attentive, v. i. 25, Clout 7. lite, lyte, vb. to fall (of a blow), 1. viii. 18, II. viii. 38; to befall, vi. vi. 17; to alight, vi. vii. 40; to come across, discover, S. C. Sept. 259; lite in to deal with, treat of, 111. ii. 3. Cf. light, vb. lites, lungs, vi. iii. 26. liuelihead, -hed, inheritance, 11. ii. 2 (cf. liuelod), living original, 11. ix. 3; life, liveliness, vi. vii. 20.

liuelod, livelihood, income, prosperity, v. iv. 9, Hubberd 147. liuelood, vigour, vi. iii. 7.

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liuely, living, lifelike, 1. ii. 24, vii. 20, 11. ix. 2, III. i. 38, viii. 5, 6, H. Love 171; adv. in a lifelike way, 111. xi. 39. liuerey: 1. and seisin the delivery of property into the corporal possession of a person by handing over a token, vi. iv. 37. liues end, death, R. R. 188.

load, blows, II. ii. 23. See lay, vb. loast, ppl. adj. loosened, unfastened, Bellay 115. Cf. lose.

loathfulnesse, reluctance, iv. xii. 32. loathly, loathsome, iv. i. 27, v. xi. 31, Teares 335.

Lobbin, pseudonym, Clout 736. lodge, dwelling (fig.), II. viii. 32. lodgings, bedrooms, sleeping quarters, 1. i. 36. loft, sky, upper region, 1. i. 41; ceiling or flooring of a room, v. vi. 27.

lome, loam, clay, mud, vi. ix. 16. lompe, mass, Epigrams p. 607. |lompish, low-spirited, dejected, 11. xii. 18. Cf. lumpish.

long, to belong, 1. iv. 48, 111. iii, 58, vi. ii. 8, p. 409, Three Lett. p. 625.

loord, lout, III. vii. 12, S. C. July 33. loos, praise, renown, vi. xii. 12.

loose 1, to loosen, 1. viii. 19; to solve, v. xi. 25.

loose 2, to lose, 1. iv. 39.

lope, pret. leapt, S. C. March 81.

lopp, smaller branches and twigs of trees, such as are not measured for timber; 1. and topp, S. C. Feb. 57 (fig.).

lord, to rule, domineer, S. C. July 176; pres. part., S. C. Dec. 70. lordings, lords, v. ii. 38.

lore, sb. teaching, doctrine, 1. i. 5, 11. iii. 2; advice, III. xi. 18; learning, Iv. iii. 42; story, language, Iv. xi. 23; speech, v. xi. 61.

lore, pret. left, lost, III. xii. 44, v. x. 38. lorne, pa. part. left, deserted, 1. iv. 2, S. C. Sept. 57; forlorn, S. C. Jan. 62. loring, vbl. sb. instruction, v. vii. 42. lorrell, rogue, blackguard, S. C. July 93. Cf. losell.

lose, losen, to loosen, unfasten, 11. xii. 67, III. viii. 51, xii. 2; to release, free, 111. vi. 48, VI. viii. 29. losed, pa. part. released, R. R. 264. lo'st, pa. part. released, set free, 111. iv.

13.

losell, -zell, profligate, scoundrel, 11. iii. 4, v. iii. 20, VI. iv. 10, S. C. p. 447, Hubberd 67, 813, Teares 226, 324. Cf. lorrell. losse, destruction, I. vii. 10.

lot, division, II. vii. 19; share, iv. iv. 33; fate, vi. i. 39.

lothfull, lothe-, unpleasant, III. iv. 52; hateful, loathsome, Hubberd 735; reluctant, bashful, Hubberd 1314. loup, loop, loophole, 11. ix. 10. loupes, loop (in needlework), Muiop. 366. lout, lowt, to bow, 1. i. 30, x. 44, II. iii. 13, ix. 26, 111. x. 23, Iv. ii. 23, iii. 5, S. C. July 137, R. T. 202. loue-affamisht, Amor. Son. 88. See affamisht.

louely, adj. affectionate, loving, friendly, 1. iii. 30, 1v. ii. 30, iii. 42; of love, iv. vi. 40, VI. vii. 28.

louely, adv. lovingly, 11. xii. 51, Iv. iii. 49. louer, louvre; a domed turret-like erection with lateral openings for the passage of smoke or the admission of light, vi. x. 42. lowce, louse, Two Lett. p. 639. lowe, humble, meek, S. C. July 165. lowre, loure, to lour, scowl (lit. and fig.), 1. ii. 22, III. xii. 24, Iv. v. 19, 24. lugs, poles, perches (measure of land), II. X. II. lumining, pres. part. illumining, H. Love

280.

lumpish, heavy, clumsy, dull, 1. i. 43, 111. iv. 61.

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lurdane feuer l. = fever-lurdan, laziness, S. C. P. 447.

luskishnesse, laziness, slothfulness, vi. i. 35. lust, desire, II. ii. 39, 1v. i. 34, iv. 44, xi. 51; pleasure, v. xi. 31.

lust, vb., pres. to please, choose, II. vii. II; to desire, wish for, S. C. Nov. 21. lust, pret. wished, v. iii. 6, viii. 22. Cf. list. luster, lustre, brightness, v. xi. 58. lustfull, vigorous, lusty, S. C. Jan. 37. lustihede, -head, -yhed, lustie head, lustfulness, libidinousness, pleasure, 1. ii. 3, S. C. May 42, 204, Oct. 51;

lustiness,

energy, vigour, III. X. 45, vII. vii. 33, Muiop. 54, Epith. 22.

lustlesse, feeble, listless, I. iv. 20, 111. iv. 56, VI. i. 35, S. C. Feb. 78.

lusty, beautiful, pleasant, S. C. Feb. 131. lybicke, Lybian; belonging to Lybia, the ancient name of a large country in North Africa, I. ii. 22.

lymiter, a friar licensed to beg within certain limits, Hubberd 85.

lynage, lineage, 1. i. 5. Cf. lignage. lynce, lynx, II. xi. 8.

lythe, pliant, supple, S. C. Feb. 74, Gnat 221.

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Maa, pseudonym, Clout 523. mace, sceptre, II. X. 4. macerate, to fret, vex, Gnat 94. madding, ppl. adj. foolish, frenzied, S. C. Apr. 25, July 87.

made, ppl. adj. artificial, Muiop. 166. mage, magician, III. iii. 14. magnes stone, magnet, 11. xii. 4. magnificke, renowned, glorious, v. Prol. II, P. 410.

magnify, to become greater (refl.), v. viii. 17; to praise, Teares 324. magnifide, pret. glorified, .. vii. 31; pa. part. vii. vi. 26. Mahoune, Mahomet, iv. viii. 44. maiden-headed, bearing a representation of the Virgin Mary, Iv. iv. 17.

mailes, mail-armour (composed of interlaced rings or overlapping plates), Iv. ii. 17, v. v. 3. maine, mayne, sb, force, 1. vii. 11, viii. 7, II. xi. 15, Iv. iv. 18, 44; ocean, III. vii. 34, viii. 51; adj., ocean m. ocean, IV. v. 45. mainly, maynly, strongly, violently, I. vii. 12, III. i. 21.

mainsheat, mainsail, v. xii. 18.

maintaíne, maíntaine, to uphold (a quarrel); to back up, vi. vi. 35.

main-, mayntenaunce, condition of life or subsistence, 1. vii. 59; deportment, behaviour, S. C. Sept. 169.

maisterdome, mayster-, masterful behaviour, IV. i. 46; mastery, victory, v. ii. 15. maisterie, superior force, III. i. 25; plur. feats of strength, vi. ix. 43; shewes maysteries = performs wonderful feats, 11. vi. I. maistring, mayst-, ppl. adj. controlling, 11. v. 2, 111. vii. 2, Iv. ix. 2; superior, v. xii. 38, H. Beautie 214.

make, sb. companion, mate, 1. vii. 7, 111. xi. 2, xii. 40, iv. ii. 30, VI. viii. 33, Past. Aeglogue 18, Past. Elegie 178, Epith. 87.

at Mass, S. C. p. 443 (attrib.). massy, -ie, heavy, solid, 11. iii. 57.

ake, vb. to compose verses, S. C. Apr. 19, | massepenie, lit. an offering of money made June 82. making, vbl. sb. poetic composition, S. C. p. 416, Clout 188. alefices, evil deeds, Hubberd 1154. Malengine, deceit, 111. i. 53.

alicing, pres. part. vi. x. 39; maliced, pret., Muiop. 257; malist, pa. part., H. Love 238: to regard with malice, to envy. naligne, to grudge, envy, 111. iv. 39, v. viii. 18; to speak evil of, vi. ix. 45.

nall, sb. a (wooden) club, mallet, 1. vii. 51, IV. v. 42.

nall, vb. to knock down, v. xi. 8.

naltalent, ill will, malevolence, 11. iv. 61. nand, pa. part. filled up with men, vi. xi. 46.

nanner, custom, behaviour, vi. i. 27; all m. = all kinds of, iv. x. 7.

Mansilia, pseudonym, Clout 508.

nantle, to spread one wing and then the other over the corresponding outstretched leg for #exercise, vi. ii. 32, Amor. Son. 72 (fig.). many, manie, multitude, company, I. xii. 9, III. ix. II, xii. 23, 1v. xi. 18, v. xi. 3, 65, S. C. May 23, Hubberd 1194.

mard, pret. marred, destroyed, III. i. 30; pa. part. spoilt, I. x. 31, S. C. Jan. 24. marge, margin, edge, 11. v. 6, 1v. viii. 61. margent, margin, edge, 11. xii. 63, 1. iv. 34, v. X. 3.

Marian, pseudonym, Clout 505.

́marishes, marshes, v. x. 23.

marke, a coin value 13s. 4d., Iv. iv. 15.

mast, fruit of trees used as food for swine, S. C. Feb. 109.

matchlesse, odd, not a pair, 1v. i. 28. mate, sb. fellow, 11. ii. 8.

mate, vb. to overcome, confound, iv. viii. 17; pa. part. 1. ix. 12. Cf. amate. mattins, morning song (of a bird), Epith. 80.

maugre, maulgre, mauger, in spite of, iv. i. 48, vii. vii. 17, S. C. Nov. 163, Hubberd 816; unwillingly, reluctantly, III. v. 7, xi. 27, v. i. 29; a curse upon! 11. v. 12, 111. iv. 39. mauis, thrush, Amor. Son. 85, Epith. 81. may, maiden, S. C. Nov. 39.

maydenhead, firstfruits, S. C. p. 418. may-game, laughing-stock, object of ridicule, v. vii. 40.

mazd, mazed, mazde, fret. wondered, iv. ix. II; pa. part. stupefied, bewildered, IV. i. 43, Bellay 107; 1pl. adj. iv. vi. 37, v. viii. 38.

maze, bewilderment, stupor, iv. iv. 18. mazeful, bewildering, confounding, Epith. 190. mazer, (1) a hard wood (properly maple) used as a material for drinking cups: mazer bowle, 11. xii. 49; (2) a bowl or drinking-cup made of such wood, S. C. Aug. 26.

mazie, like a maze, S. C. Dec. 25. mealt'th, melteth, 1. ix. 31.

meane, sb. medium, average, middling con

markewhite, bull's-eye of a target (fig.), v. dition, 11. vii. 16, vi. ix. II, x. 27, H. Love

v. 35.

marle, earth, 11. xi. 33.

Mart1, Mars, 1. Prol. 3.

mart2, traffic, profit, S. C. Sept. 37; mar one's mart, lit. spoil one's trade, ruin one, 1. iii. Arg., Elegie 172.

martelled, pret, hammered, 111. vii. 42. martyrest, tormentest, afflictest, 1v. vii. 2. martyrize, to make a martyr of (transf.), Clout 473.

maruaile, to wonder, marvel, vi. vi. 9. maske, to disguise oneself, itself (as with a mask), 1. vi. 1, S. C. Jan. 24, Nov. 19; to conceal, III. iii. 51; to take part in a masque (fig.), Teares 180. masking, ppl. adj. as if forming a masque, 11. xii. 26. masker, one who takes part in a masque, 111. xii. 6; transf. deceiver, R. T. 202. massacre, sb. and vb. 111. iii. 35, xi. 29, vii. vii. 19, Amor. Son. 10.

masse, wealth, 111. ix. 4; plastic substance, IV. X. 39.

86; middle part in a musical composition, alto or tenor (fig.), 11. xii. 33; means, III. xii. 40; in the m. in the meantime, 11. i. 58; middle m. = medium, vII. vii. 22 ; by meanes = because of, on account of, vi. viii. 25. meane, adj. ordinary, middling, III. i. 33. meanesse, -nesse, humble birth, iv. vii. 16, VI. iii. 7.

meaner, one who intends or purposes, III. V. 25.

meaneth, intendeth, iv. vi. 6.

meanly, fairly, moderately, Hubberd 297. mear'd, pret. bounded, R. R. 296. meare, sb. boundary, 111. ix. 46 (2) (lit. and fig.), R. T. 63.

meare, adj. pure, 11. xi. 34.

measure 1, moderation, vi. viii. 43, xi. 14. measure 2, song, melody, Teares 547. measured, pret. proportioned, adjusted, 11. xii. 33.

measurelesse, boundless, Teares 516. meawes, sea-gulls, 11. xii. 8.

medewart, meadow-sweet (Spiræa Ulmaria), 11. viii, 20.

medicynd, pa. part. cured, healed, Clout 877. medle, to mix, mingle, S. C. Aug. 144. medling, fres. part. 11. i. 61. medled, pret., S. C. May 263; fa. part., S. C. Apr. 68.

meed, -e, reward, gain, 1. ii. 37, vii. 23, v. Prol. 3, xi. 61, R. T. 398; booty, gain, 1. vii. 14; requital, v. ix. 42, Hubberd 331. meere, perfect, Misc. Sonn 111. Cf. meare, adj. meet, vb. to be in accord, blend, 11. xii. 71. meet, adj. proper, 1. xii. 39, 11. xii. 71. meiger, thin, Iv. viii. 12.

meint, meynt, pa. part. joined in marriage, III. xi. 36; mingled, mixed, S. C. Nov. 203; pret. mingled, S. C. July 84. Cf. ment2. melampode, black hellebore, S. C. July 85, 106.

melancholicke, v. vi. 19. melancholie, -y, 1v. vi. 2, mell, to meddle, 1. i. 30, together (intr.), v. ix. I. interference, meddling, v. 208.

vii. 38, v. vii. 17. vII. vii. 9; to mix melling, vbl. sb. xii. 35, S. C. July

member, limb, 111. iv. 37. memories, services for the dead, Hubberd 454. menage, sb. handling, control, III. xii. 22, P. 410.

menage, vb. to handle (a horse), 1. vii. 37; (a rod, weapons), II. ii. 18, iv. 8, ix. 27; to control, vi. ix. 46, H. Beautie 194. mendes, amends, reparation, II. i. 20. mene, sb. means, v. ix. 42, vt. vi. 9. Cf. meane, sb.

ment', intended, purposed, meant, pret. II. iii. 11, III. xii. 33, v. ix. 10, vI. vii. 29; pa. part. v. ix. 7.

ment, pa. part. joined, mixed, mingled, 1. ii. 5, V. V. 12, VI. vi. 27. merciable, merciful, S. C. Sept. 174. mercie, -y, pardon, II. i. 27; favour, 11. v. 18. mercifide, pa. part. pitied, vi. vii. 32. mercilesse, obtaining no mercy, iv. viii. 64. Meriflure, pseudonym, Clout 389. merimake, merry-, merry-making, festivity, II. vi. 21, v. X. 19, S. C. May 15, Nov. 9. meriment, joy, merry-making, III. I. 57, IV. ii. 5, Clout 30.

meruaile, vb. to marvel, wonder, Iv. vi. 30. mery, pleasant, delightful, charming, 1. x. 61, Proth. 128; sweet, having a pleasant voice, 11. V. 31.

mesprise, -prize 1, contempt, scorn, insolence, 11. vii. 39, 1. ix. 9, Iv. iv. II. mesprize, mistake, 11. xii. 19.

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met, meet, fitting, vi. viii. 45Metaposcopus, Three Lett. p. 621. mettall, mettle, quality, Three Lett. P. 610 mew, -e, sb. den, secret place, 1. v. 20, II, V. 19, v. ix. 14, Amor. Son. 80; prison, pla of confinement, II. v. 27, Bellay 110. mew, vb. to shut up, confine, 111. ix. 5; th part. 11. iii. 34.

mickle, much, great, 11. i. 6, iv. 7, 111. iv. 20 ix. 53, S. C. July 16, Hubberd 944. mid, middle, midst, iv. ii. 48. middest, adj. most central, in the midde 1. iv. 15, 11. ii. 13; sb. midst, middle, iv. 44, vi. iii. 25, P. 408.

mieue, to move, affect, iv. xii. 26. militant, engaged in warfare, 11. viii. 2. mincing, ppl. adj. affected, 11. ii. 37. mind, to bring to mind, 11. ii. 10; to intent contemplate, wish, 11. iv. 40, S. C. p. 420. mineon, mistress, paramour, 11. ii. 37. minime, a musical note, minim (transf.), ħ. X. 28.

miniments, things with which a person provided, articles, 1v. viii. 6. minisht, ppl. adj. diminished, 1. xi. 43. minister, to provide, furnish, 111. vi. 9. istered, pret., Gnat 505.

mirke, dark, obscure, S. C. Sept. 103. mirkesome, dark, obscure, I. v. 28. mirrhour, mirror, 1. iv. 10.

mir.

mis, to lack, 11. iii. 39; to go wrong, err, II. iii. 40, III. ix. 2.

misauised, ppl. adj. ill-advised, 111. ii. 9. misaymed, ppl. adj. badly aimed, 1. viii. 8. miscall, to revile, abuse, Iv. viii. 24.. mischalenge, wrong challenge, iv. iii. 11. mischance, unhappiness, Clout 427. mischiéfe, míschiefe, misfortune, 111. x. 18, v. viii. 7.

mischíeuous, III. vi. 14, IV. vi. 2, v. vi. 31. misconceipt, misconception, iv. vi. 2. miscounselled, ppl. adj. ill-advised, Hubberd

128.

miscreant, -aunt, wretch, villain, 1. v. 13, vi. 41.

miscreate, pa. part. wrongly created, 11. x. 38. miscreated, ppl. adj. misshapen, misformed, 11. vii. 42.

miscreaunce, false faith, 11. viii. 51, S. C. May 91.

misdeeme, to form an unfavourable judgement of, think evil of, 1. vii. 49; misdempt, pa. part. 111. x. 29; to have a wrong opinion about, misjudge, 1. xi. 55, VI. Prol. 4, Hubberd 375. misdeeming, ppl. adj. dark, suspi cious, 1. ii. 3; vbl. sb. misjudging, 1. iv. 2.

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