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persant, piercing, 1. x. 47, 11. iii. 23; that is

pierced, III. ix. 20.

playnd, pret. 1. i. 47, III. v. 44, xi. 23, S. C. Jan. 12.

perse, to pierce, 1. ix. 48. perst, pa. part. 1. plaintiffe, plaintive, v. iv. 40.

iii. I.

perseline, parsley, Muiop. 199. perseuer, to continue, Amor. Son. 9. persé uered, -uer'd, pret. 111. xii. 2, IV. x. ii. personable, handsome, well-made, 111. iv. 5. personage, representation of a person; image, 11. iii. 5, 11. ii. 26.

pérsue, track, 111. v. 28.

perswade, persuasion, v. x. 25.

pert, unconcealed, open, S. C. Sept. 162. pertake, to endure, iv. viii. 9.

pheere, companion, Thest. 100. See fere. philbert, filbert-tree, Elegie 17.

phill,the last syllable of 'Astrophill', Elegie 192. Philomele, S. C. Nov. 141; Philumene, Daphn. 475 the nightingale. Phyllis, pseudonym, Clout 540. physnomy, countenance, vII. vii. 5. pible stone, pebbles, Gnat 163. pickethanks, flatterers, sycophants, Three Lett. P. 621.

pickstrawes, triflers, Three Lett. p. 621. picturals, pictures, 11. ix. 53.

pide, particoloured, dappled, Gnat 250. pight, pret. placed, 1. ii. 42; pitched, alighted, v. viii. 8; pa. part, fixed, placed, set, I. viii. 37, x. 43, xii. 25, III. v. 40, vI. ix. 44, S. C. Feb. 106, Dec. 134.

platane, the oriental plane-tree, 1. i. 9. plaudite, applause, Three Lett. p. 624. pleasaunce, -auns, ples-, courtesy, pleasing behaviour, 1. ii. 30; pleasantness, 1. iv. 38; joy, pleasure, enjoyment, S. C. Jan. Arg. 10, S. C. Feb. 223, Mar. Arg. 3, Amor. Son. 17, 21, 89; delightful things, S. C. May 7 ; parts of a garden laid out ornamentally (plur.), 11. xii. 50.

pled, pret. pleaded, v. ix. 43. plesh, puddle, pool, 11. vii. 36. plight, sb. fold, pleat, 11. iii. 26, ix. 40, v. ix. 28; condition, III. i. 1, 1v. i. 38, v. xii. 16, S. C. Apr. 49, Oct. 87; health, good condition, III. vii. 21, ix. 19; attire, array, III. xii. 8. plight, vb.1 plighted, pledged, pa. part. v. xi.62; pret. S. C. Aug. 25.

plight, vb.2 pa. part. plaited, woven, 1. vi. 7, VI. vii. 43; ppl. adj. pleated, 111. ix. 21. plot, map, chart, R. R. 363.

plough-yrons, coulter and share of a plough, VII. vii. 35.

ply, to apply (refl.), 111. vii. 12; to move towards, iv. i. 38.

poase, to puzzle, Three Lett. p. 618. poesie, poesye, poem; motto or short inscription, S. C. pp. 422, 423, 435. poëtresse, poetess, Teares 576.

pill, pil, to rob, plunder, v. ii. 6, vi. x. 5, Hub- | point, sb.: full p. full stop, 11. x. 68; to

berd 1198, R. R. 418.

pilloures, pillars, Bellay 43.

pillów, III. iv. 53.

pinckt, pa. part. ornamented, vi. ii. 6.

pine, pyne, sb. suffering, grief, 1. ix. 35, V. v. 22; famine, hunger, S. C. July 24. pine, vb. pined, pyn'd, pret. languished, IV. xii. 19. ppl. adj. 1. viii. 40, 111. iii. 52, 1v. vii. 41, pa. part. 1. x. 48; exhausted or wasted by suffering or hunger. done to pine = caused to die, vi. v. 28.

pinnoed, pa. part. bound, pinioned, v. iv. 22. pitch, sb. altitude, elevation, 1. xi. 31; extent, v. ii. 34.

pitcht, pret.fixed, fastened, v. ii. 19. Cf.pight. piteously, compassionately, vi. vii. 37.

pitifull, compassionate, merciful, II. v. 24. pitteous, compassionate, pitiful, 11. x. 44. pittie, to move to pity, grieve, vi. xii. 9. place, rank, v. viii. 14, v. ix. 38; in p. on the spot, 1. v. 36; come in p. be present, 111. ix. 26; to take p. = to find acceptance, 111. ix. 26. plaine, to complain, complain of, 11. iii. 13, viii. 19, III. v. 39, xi. 16, vi. viii. 21. playned,

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point = completely, fully, 1. i. 16, ii. 12; exactly, 11. ii. 16.

point, vb. to appoint, 1. ix. 41; pret. 1v. viii. 51, v. xii. 9, Hubberd 1115; pa. part. VII.

vii. 12.

poise, poyse, force, 1. xi. 54, v. xii. 21, R. R. 214; weight, v. ii. 34. poke, bag, pouch, iv. vii. 6. pollicy, statecraft, I. iv. 12, 11. ix. 48, 53, x. 39, vii. vi. 6, p. 410.

pols, levies a tax upon, v. ii. 6. polygony, plant of the genus Polygonum; Snakewood, III. v. 32.

poore, to pour, S. C. June 80. porcpisces, porpoises, Clout 249. porphyre, porphyry; a beautiful hard rock; often used poetically to mean granite or marble, R. R. 441.

port, carriage, bearing, 11. iii. 28, 111. viii. 44, Amor. Son. 13, Three Lett. p. 621 (plur.); station, rank, 111. vii. 15, xi. 46. portance, -aunce, carriage, bearing, demeanour, 11. iii. 5, 21, vii. 41, 111. ii. 27, VI. v. II, vii. 6.

portend, to signify, v. vii. 4.

portesse, portable breviary, 1. iv. 19. portlinesse, stateliness, dignity, Amor. Son. 5. portly, stately, dignified, Amor. Son. 5, Epith. 148.

possesse, to accomplish, obtain, III. iii. 51; to occupy, Muiop. 150.

post: in p.in haste, at express speed, vi. vii. 35.

potshares, potsherds, broken pieces of earthenware, vi. i. 37.

pottle, measure equal to two quarts, Three Lett. p. 615.

Pouke, Puck; an evil spirit or goblin, also called Robin Goodfellow and Hobgoblin, Epith. 341.

pouldred, pa. part. crushed, powdered, 1. vii. 12; ppl. adj. spotted, 11. ii. 25; reduced to powder, R. R. 378.

pounce, claw or talon of a bird of prey, 1. xi. 19, v. iv. 42.

pounching, pres. part. poking, prodding, vi.

ii. 22.

pound: in p. = in a balance, v. ii. 36. pourtrahed, pa. part. drawn, portrayed, 1. viii. 33, 11. ix. 33, 111. i. 34.

pourtraict, sb. image, representation, likeness, II. iii. 22, xii. 23, 11. Prol. I, IV. V. 13, R. R. 346.

pourtraict, por-, vb. to portray, iv. v. 12, P. 407, S. C. p. 417.

pourtraiture, -acture, -aicture, image, portrait, representation, 1. iv. 17, Hubberd 611, Daphn. 303.

pousse, pulse, pease, S. C. Aug. 46. powre, to pour, R. T. 131. poynant, poin-, sharp, piercing, 1. vii. 19, 11. viii. 36, 111. i. 5, 1v. iii. 9.

practick, -e, crafty, cunning, artful, 1. xii. 34, 11. i. 3, iii. 9; skilful, tv. iii. 7, v. vii. 29, vi. i. 36. practise, actions, conduct, 111. iii. 28, v. vi. 31; artifice, stratagem, Hubberd 856. practíz'd, ppl. adj. skilled, 1v. ii. 10. práctiz'd, pa. part. plotted, schemed, v. ix. 41. prancke, vb.1 to fold, plait, i. iv. 14. prancke, vb.2 to dress, deck (refl.), II. ii. 36; to show off, 11. iii. 6.

pranke, sb. evil deed, v. i. 15.

pray, to take possession of, make prey of, v. iv. 14. prayde, pa. part. captured as booty (fig.), VI. X. 35.

pret. pressed, thronged, 11. vii. 44; pres. part. advancing, IV. x. 10, VII. vi. 10. precedent, pattern, model, p. 412. preeuing, vbl. sb. trial, probation, Hubberd 1366.

preferre, to promote, Clout 818. prefard, pret. preferred, liked, 111. viii. 14; pa. part. proferred, Iv. ii. 27.

prefixt, pa. part. fixed, settled (beforehand), v. xi. 40.

preife, see priefe.

preiudice, vb. to influence, Three Lett. p. 624.

preiudize, sb. prognostication, presaging, 11. ix. 49.

prepense, to consider, III. xi. 14. prescript, command, instruction, Hubberd 1261.

present, immediate, instant, S. C. p. 447. president, precedent, example, v. iv. 2, Three Lett. p. 623.

prest, adj. ready; at hand, 11. viii. 28; prepared, iv. iii. 22; adv. quickly, immediately, VII. vi. 16.

pretence, design, intention, 11. iv. I, v. v. 33, viii. 10.

pretend, to attempt, 11. xi. 15; pa. part. portended, vi. iv. 10; stretched out, vi. xi. 19. preuent, to forestall, anticipate, pres. part. iv. i. 41, vi. viii. 15; pret. vi. i. 38. preuie, preuelie, see priuie, priuely. price, sb. value, 1. x. 31, Clorinda 100. price, -ze, vb. to pay the price for, pay for, I. v. 26, ix. 37, H. Love 175. prizde, pa. part. revenged, paid for, R. T. 116. prick, vb. to spur, ride fast, pres. part. 1. i. 1; pret. 11. i. 50, v. i. 19.

pricke, sb. point, pitch, 11. xii. 1; target, bull's-eye, S. C. Sept. 122.

pricket, a buck in its second year, S. C. Dec. 27.

priefe, experience, 1. viii. 43, II. i. 48, iv. 28; test, trial, 1. ix. 17, vi. iv. 34; proved or tested power, 1. x. 24; proof, S. C. Aug. 116. preife, trial, Hubberd 408. Cf. proofe. prieue, to prove, vi. xii. 18; pa. part. v. iv. 33. Cf. proue.

prime, spring, spring-time, 1. ii. 40, vi. 13, II. xii. 75, 11. vi. 42, vII. vii. 18, 43, S. C. Feb. 16, 167, Past, Elegie 47; sunrise, morning, 11. ix. 25.

primitias, first fruits, Hubberd 518. primrose, best, finest, S. C. Feb. 166, Clout 560.

preace, -se, -sse, sb. multitude, press, crowd, 1. iii. 3, 11. vii. 46, 111. i. 23, 1v. iii. 4, iv. 34; to put in preace to exercise, put in practice, S. C. Oct. 70. principals, the two principal feathers in each preace, vb. to press, strive, contend, 1. xii. 19; | wing (falconry), S. C. p. 418.

principle, beginning, x. xi. 2.

prisd, ppl. adj. with the price fixed, vi. xi. 14. prise, sb.1 price, vi. xi. 14; worth, value, R. R. 403. Cf. price, sb.

prise, sb.2 contest, enterprise, vi. viii. 25. priuate, personal, particular, Clorinda 89. priuely, priuily, -lie, preu-, secretly, I. v. 4, v. vii. 14, S. C. May 252, Sept. 160. Worlds Vanitie 78.

priuie, preuie, priue, adj. secret, S. C. March 35, H. Beautie 236; secret, hidden, concealed, vi. v. 24, Elegie 179, S. C. Sept. 162; to make priuie to make cognizant, familiar, S. C. March 30, Hubberd 70, Three Lett. p. 626.

priuitie, -y, design, plan, iv. v. I; secret thoughts, IV. ix. 19.

prize, prizde, sce price, vb.

procure, to endeavour to cause, 11. ii. 32, xii. 48, v. ix. 39; to cause, v. viii. 1; pret. IV. xii. 23; pa. part. urged, pressed, 1. i. 1; pret. induced, prevailed upon, vi. viii. 29. prodigious, ominous, portentous, Iv. i. 13. professe, to indicate, vi. vi. 10. proffer, offer, vi. ix. 33. progrésse, journey, 111. xi. 20. proiect, to throw, cast, vi. i. 45. prolling, pres. part. prowling, S. C. Sept. 160. prolong, to postpone, 1v. iv. 12; to delay, v. xi. I.

prone, yielding, 111. ii. 23.

proofe, experience, 1v. vii. 37, viii. 44; effect v. ix. 42; arm'd to p. = with tested weapons; put in p. tried, Hibberd 1252. proper, own, 11. ii. 1, v. iv. 24, R. R. 431; proper good = private property, v. i. 23. propertis, characteristics, 11. ix. 58. protense, extension, duration, 111. iii. 4. protract, duration, length, Amor. Son. 87. proue, prooue, to try, test, 1. i. 50, 111. xii. 31, IV. vi. 4, VI. xi. 5, Amor. p. 578; pret. III. i. 60, v. ii. 46; to experience, endure, feel, iv. vi. 34, viii. 3, ix. 31; pret. Clout, 664. prouokement, provocation, iv. iv. 4. prow, brave, III. ii. 28; prowest (uperl.), 1. iv. 41, v. 14, 11. iii. 15, viii. 18, 1. ii. 24. prowes, prowess, 1. ix. 17.

proynd, pret. preened, Thest. 137. prune, to trim or dress the feathers with the beak, to precn, 11. iii. 36, Teares 402; refl. Past. Aeglogue 24.

pryse, to pay for, iv. xi. 5. Cf. price, vb. puddle, foul, muddy water, iv. v. 33.

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pumy, pumie stones, pumice stones, 11. 30, III. v. 39, S. C. March 89. pumie plur. pieces of pumice stone. pupillage, minority, 11. x. 64, (fig.) P. 412. purchase, sb. acquisition, 1. iii. 16; boo VI. XI. 12, Hibberd 854, Gnat 591. purchase, vb. to obtain, 11. iii. 18; to acquire win, v. x. 24. purchast, pret. won, v. vii. 25, 26.

purfled, pa. part, decorated with an ornamental border, 1. i. 13, 11. iii. 26. purport, outward bearing, 111. i. 52. purpos, -e, sb. intention, 1. ii. 30; discourse, conversation, 1. vii. 38, xii. 13, 1. ii. 4 viii. 14, IV. i. 7; S. C. March. Arg. 3; plur. riddles, games, III. x. 8; to purpose = to the purpose, II. iv. 39; p. was moved it was suggested, I. ix. 32.

purpose, vb. to discourse, 11. xii. 16. pursuiuant, -siuant, follower, attendant, 11. viii. 2; warrant-officer, Hubberd 565. puruay, to provide, 11. iii. 15 (of), v. xii. 10. purueyance, provision, 1. xii. 13; preparation, management, 11. i. 11; equipment, III. i. 33, xi. 53.

puttock, kite or buzzard, 11. xi. 11, v. v. 15, xii. 30.

pyonings, vbl. sb. diggings, excavations, 11, x. 63.

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quadrate, rectangle, 11. ix. 22. quaile, to become dismayed, 1. ix. 49; to become fecble, fail, 111. ii. 27; to fade, wither, S. C. Nov. 91, quayld, quaild, pa. part. subdued, overpowered, 11. iv. 14, 111. viii. 34. quaint, queint, fastidious, III. vii. 10; artful, iv. i. 5; pretty, IV. x. 22; strange, 1v. vii. 45, S. C. Oct. 114; fine, elegant, vi. ix. 35; adv. strangely, III. vii. 22.

qualifyde, fa. part. modified, moderated, 11.

vi. 51.

quarrell, quar'le, square-headed arrow, 11. xi. 24, 33.

quarrey, ie, the bird flown at or killed by a bird of prey, 11. xi. 43, 111. vii. 39, v. iv. 42. quart, quarter, region, 11. x. 14. quartred, pret, divided into quarters (her.), 11. i. 18.

quayd, pa. part. for quayld, daunted, subdued, 1. viii. 14.

queane, a worthless woman, iv. viii. 28.

queint, pa. part. extinguished, 11. v. 11.

puissant (2 syll.), mighty, powerful, 1. vi. 45, | queint, adj. See quaint. IV. xi. 15. púissa(u)nce (3 syll.), power, 1. ii. 17,111. xi. 4. | quell, trans. to frighten, daunt, v. iii. 16;

queld, pa. part. v. iii. 26, xii. 16; to overi come, kill, vi. x. 36; pa. part. 11. vii. 40, vi. xii. 30; intr. to perish, vII. vii. 42; to abate, S. C. March 8.

queme, to please, S. C. May 15.

quest, expedition, search, 1. viii. 53, IV. vi. 42. quick, vb. to stir, v. ix. 33.

quicke, adj. alive, 11. i. 3); sb. living thing, S. C. March 74.

:quidams, somebodies, certain persons, S. C. P. 419.

quidditie, essence, Three Lett. p. 614. quiet age, tranquillity, quietness, iv. iii. 43. quight, adj. free, R. R. 108.

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quight, vb. to release, set free, 1. viii. 10; to requite, repay, 1. x. 67, 111. v. 45, x. 35. quit. quight, adv. quite, 1. i. 45, III. v. 41, v. xi. 60,

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quip, vb. to jeer, vi. vii. 44. *quips, sb. sneers, taunts, Hubberd 707.

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quire, company, vi. viii. 48. quire, quyre, a company of singers, 11. vi. 24, Clorinda 63, Amor. Son. 19.

quit, quite, quyte, to return (a salutation), 1. x. 15; quited, fret. 1. i. 30; to return, repay, requite, 1. ii. 17, viii. 26, v11. vi. 44, Clout 681; | to free, release, 1. vi. 6, vi. viii. Arg., S. C. Feb. 213; pa. part. quitt, 1. v. 11, x. 63; quitted, pa. part. taken away, 1v. i. 12; quit, inf. refl. to clear oneself of, 11. i. 20.

quite clame, to release, discharge, v1. ii. 14. quod, quoth, said, Amor. Son. 50, Amor. p. 578, Epigrams p. 606-7.

quooke, pret. quaked, 111. x. 24, v. viii. 9, v1. vii. 24, vII. vi. 30, Hubberd 1060.

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rab(b)lement, rabble, mob, 1. vi. 8, 11. xi. 17, 11. xi. 46, Hubberd 1270; confusion, tumult, 1. xii. 9.

race, sb. act of riding rapidly on horseback; onset, rush, iv. vi. 3, v. x. 34.

race, vb.1 to raze, destroy, 11. xii. 83 11. iii. 34, v. ii. Arg. raced, pret. v. ii. 28; pa. fart., R. R. 22; raced, pa. part. erased, v. ix. 26. raced, vb.2, pa. part. cut away, v. v. 11. rackt, pa. part. extorted, Hubberd 1306. rad', pret. rode, v. ii. 13. rad2, see read, vb.2

raft, pret. cut away, 1. i. 24; pa. part. deprived, S. C. Aug. 14. Cf. reave, reft. rag'd, ragged, torn, v. xii. 28.

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raid, pa. part. smeared, soiled, 1. viii. 32. Cf. ray, vb.

raile, rayle, to flow, gush, 1. vi. 43, 11. viii. 37, 11. xi. 46, Iv. ii. 18, Bellay 155; rayling, ppl. adj. 1. iv. 57; railing, pres. part., R. T. 12.

rain, -e, vb. to reign, 1. v. 40, Amor. Son. 4. raine, rayne, raign, b. kingdom, rule, dɔmain, 11. vii. 21, 111. iv. 49, Iv. iii. 27, v. xi. 35, vi. ii. 9, v11. vii. 15, R. T. 63. rakehell, rascal, scoundrelly, v. xi. 44. rakehellye, worthless, rascally, S. C. p. 417. ramp, to rage, 1. iii. 41, v. 28; ramping, ppl. adj. 1. iii. 5. rampt, pret. seized, vi. xii. 29.

rancke, ranke, sb. row, IV. V. 33, V. xi. 9; series, S. C. p. 419.

rancke, adj. violent, fierce, S. C. Feb. 1; thick, dense, S. C. July 4.

rancke, ranke, adv. fiercely, violently, 11. iii. 6, iv. v. 33.

ranckorous, bitter, sharp, S. C. Feb. 185. randon, random, 11. iv. 7, 111. viii. 20, Clout 812.

rape, sb. robbery, iv. vii. 5. rape, vb. to carry off, 111, x. Arg. rapt, pa. part. carried off, seized, 1. iv. 9, v. viii. 43.

rase, to erase, destroy, Amor. G. W. to Author; to graze, 111. i. 65. rast, pa. part. 11. xii. 80, . iii. 43, IV. i. 21. Cf. race, vb.1 rash, to cut, slash, iv. ii. 17, v. iii. 8. rashly, hastily, quickly, 11. i. 62, xii. 33; suddenly, iv. ii. 17.

raskall, base, worthless, 1. xii. 9, 11. xi. 19, III. xi. 46.

rate, sb. amount, allowance, Iv. viii. 19;

manner, IV. x. 52.

rate, vb. to reprove angrily, 11. ix. 14; to drive away by rating, Iv. ix. 31.

rathe, soon, 111. iii. 28, S. C. Dec. 98; swiftly, S. C. July 78. rather, comp. earlier (born), S. C. Feb. 83.

raught, pret. and pa. part, reached, 1. vi. 29, II. ix. 19, v. i. 6, 8, vi. xi. 33; handed, 1. ix. 51, 11. iv. 5; took, took away, 11. i. 5, IV. iv. 20, vi. xii. 3; granted, Hubberd 441. raunch, to pull, pluck, S. C. Aug. 97. raunge, row, vi. xii. 26; fire-grate, 11. vii. 35. rauin, -e, plunder, booty, prey, I. v. 8, xi. 12, IV. vii. 5; voracity, v. xi. 24. rauishment, ecstasy, v1. ix. 26.

raw-bone, raw-boned, showing the bone, 1. ix. 35.

ragged, rugged, 1. v. 38, vi. iv. 21, Clout 114; ray, sb. array, equipment, v. ii. 50, R. T. 640 ;

rough, S. C. Feb. 5.

order, v. xi. 34.

ray, vb. to soil, defile, 1. i. 40, vi. iv. 23, Bellay 167. See raid. rayle, sb. abuse, tv. i. 43.

rayle, vb. to utter abusive language, complain, S. C. May 146; pa. part. 11. iv. Arg. railing, ppl. adj. abusive, R. T. 538. rayons, rays, Bellay 21.

reach, sb. penetration, v. ix. 39; device, scheme, Hubberd 1141.

reach, vb. to give, yield, 1v. ii. 12; to launch, direct, aim, Hubberd 840.

read, reed, -e, sb. saying, motto, IV. x. 10, S. C. July 11; speech, iv. x. 34; counsel, advice, IV. xii. 27, v. Prol. 11, i. 26, vi. ii. 30, vi. 5. read, rede, vb.1 to counsel, advise, 1. i. 13, S. C. Feb. 137, Hubberd 114, Clout 925; red, pa. part. vi. ii. 30.

read, -e, reed, -e, vb.2 to see, discern, distinguish, perceive, 1. i. 21, H. Love 16; pret. rad, VI. i. 4; red, Epith. 189; pa. part. red, 1. vi. 36, viii. 33, 11. i. 33, H. Beautie 165; rad, III. ix. 2, IV. vii. 24, v. xii. 29; read, v. xii. 39; redd, p. 411;—to discover, guess, perceive, 11. xii. 70, 1v. iv. 39, v. xii. 18, v1. v. 10, Clout 336; pa. part. red, iv. vii. 40, Clout 279; rad, v. vi. 10;—to tell, say, declare, II. i. 17, 18, vii. 7, 111. ii. 14, iii. 25, VI. xi. 29, Hubberd 604; pret. red, 111. x. 44, Iv. xii. 25, v. ix. 43, vI. x. 30; pa. part. red, 1. x. 67, v. viii. 13;-to call, name: red, pret. 1. vi. 28; pa. part. 1. vii. 46; 11. vi. 9;—to deem, think, imagine, take to be, II. vii. 2, 7, 12, v. iii. 21, VI. ii. 25, iii. 31, viii. 31, Misc. Sonn. i.; red, pa. part., v. Prol. 2, R. T. 633. readen, to describe, III. xii. 26; redd, pa. part. 11. vii. 51. red, pa. part. counted, iv. xii. 2; to foresee, predict, Hubberd 698.

reædifye, to rebuild, 11. x. 46. re-allie, to form again, vii, vi. 23. reame, realm, 1v. viii. 45. reare, rearen, to raise, 1. V. 13, vi. 37, viii. 10, 40, x. 35, 11. xi. 17, III. x. 52, Iv. iv. 41, vi. 25, v1. ii. 42; to arouse, cause, bring about, 11. iv. 5, vi. 21, xii. 22, III. i. 9, v. i. 34; to take away, 111. viii. 19, x. 12, Iv. vi. 6; to gather, collect, v. xii. 6; refl. to rise up, Hubberd 237.

reason, ratio, proportion, 11. ii. 15; a reasonable amount, Hubberd 887.

reaue, to take away, 1. iii. 36, xi. 41, 11. i. 17, xi. 19, 111. viii. 14, v. xi. 27, Hubberd 24; reaued, pret. Beautie 279; to deprive, 11. viii. 15; to release, p. 412. rebuke, shame, disgrace, 111. i. 55.

rebut, to recoil, 1. ii. 15; to repel, drive

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back, 11. ii. 23; rebutted, pret. 1. xi. 53, 11. viii. 10; pa. part. iv. iv. 18; rebutting, pres. part. v. x. 35. rechlesse, reckless, Hubberd 950. reclame, sb. recall, bringing back, 111. x. 16. reclame, -ayme, vb. to recall, v. xii. 9; to recant, vi. iii. 43.

recomfort, to refresh, recreate (refl.), Hubberd 758.

recomfortlesse, without comfort, v. vi. 24. record, -e, to call to mind, meditate on, iv. xii. 19; to sing, S. C. Apr. 30. recourse, b. retiring (to rest), III. ix. 26; flow, iv. vi. 29; had recourse = came back,

v. ii. 2.

recoursing, pres. part. recurring, p. 40S. recower, -coure, to recover, iv. iii. 20, ix. 25. recoyle, to retire, retreat, I. x. 17, v. ix. 9, Hubberd 754. recule, -cuile, to recoil, v. xi. 47, vi. i. 20.

recure, to restore (to health), I. v. 44, ix. 2, II. i. 54, Amor. Son. 21; to recover, III. v. 34, IV. iv. 37, viii. 45, vI. v. 12; to remedy, II. X. 23, V. x. 26, S. C. Feb. 154, P. 417; to cure, heal, vi. vi. 1, 15, Amor. p. 578. redisbourse, to pay back again, iv. iii. 27. redoubted, ppl. adj. reverenced, 111. ix. 1; dreaded, feared, v. i. 3.

redound, to flow, overflow, 1. vi. 30 (fig.), v. ix. 33, Amor. Son. 18, H. Love 165, H. Beautie 75; to result, arise, 111. ii. 26; to be tedundant, in excess, iv. x. I. redounding, ppl. adj. overflowing, 1. iii. 8; pres. part. filled, Gnat 189.

redresse, to cure, repair, put right again, 1. v. 36; to put in order, vi. v. 10. redrest, pa. part. relieved, Iv. v. 39.

reduce, to bring back, restore, vi. vi. 3. reeking, pres. part. smoking, S. C. Sept. 117. reele, to roll, 1. v. 35; pret. staggered, 111. vii. 42.

refection, refreshment, iv. xii. 34. reflex, reflection, Amor. Son. 66. reformed, pret. punished, chastised, v. i. 21. refraine, to restrain, 1v. ix. 3. reft, pret. took away, 1v. ii. 4, v. iii. 37; cut off, iv. iii. 20, v. xii. 23; pa. part. seized, taken away, 1. iii. 41, ix. 26, 11. xii. 67, 1v. iii. 21, iv. 8; bereaved, deprived, 11. iv. 36. Cf. raft, reave.

refúge, vi. iii. 49.

regalitie, sovereignty, 11. i. 57.

regard, plur. interests, objects of care, 11. vii. 33; considerations, v. ix. 43; sing. value, vi. xi. 13; in r. in comparison, vi. x. 9; on account of, vi. xi. 14.

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