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wene, to think, S.C. March 25. Cl. ween. wield, to sway, influence, v. X. 24. went, course, journey, 1v. v. 46; resort, haunt, wight, sb. creature, person, human being, 1. iv. ii. 47; turning, veering, vi. vi. 3.

ii. 30, 42, v. 36, ix. 23, 11. xi. 8, 111. iii. 60, ix. wesand, windpipe, v. ii. 14, S. C. Sept. 210. 21, 1v. vii. 10, xii. 19, v. Prol. 9, S. C. Apr.47. west, to set (of the sun), v. Prol. 8.

wight, sb.? blame, S. C. June 100. Cf.wite, ib. wex, sb. wax, 111, viii. 6.

wight, adj. nimble, active, S. C. March 91. wex(e), vb. to wax, grow, become, 1. ji. 4, iv. wightly, quickly, s. C. Sept. 5.

30, 11. iii. 9, X. 20, 111. i. 47, vii. 24, ix. 13, vi. wildings, crab-apples, 111. vii. 17. i. Arg., xii. 11, S. C. Feb. 124, June 103, wile, wyle, to beguile, II. X. 5. Clout 851; wexen, 3rd pers. plur. pres., will, sb. desire, Beautie 158. S.C. Aug. 96. Oct. 42; pa. part., R. T. 472. will, vb. to wish, request, v. xii. 8, 9. wild, wext, pa. part. increased, iv. ii. 52.

pret. ordered, vi, vii. 35. will or nill = willy wexen, waxen, S.C. Dec. 68.

nilly, 1. iii. 43. wey, to weigh, consider, Hubberd 112. Cl. way. wimble, nimble, S. C. March 91. whally, having a greenish tinge, 1. iv. 24. wimple, covering of linen worn by women on what, fare, things, vi. ix. 7.

the head, cheeks, and neck, 1. xii. 22. what (is he) for a (ladde), what kind of wimpled, pa. part. 1. i. 4; pret. vii. vii. 5: (a Jad is he), S. C. Apr. 17.

laid, lay in plaits or folds. wheare, place, 1. iv. 19.

win, to reach, get to, vi. i. 23. whelky, knobby, founded, Gnat 105. winde, to perceive or follow by ihe scent, v. whelmd, pa. part. 11. ii. 43; pret. vi. vi. 53: overwhelmed, crushed. whelming, ppl. adj. wine-fats, vats of wine, vii, vii. 39. 11. iv, 17.

wisards, sages, wise men, wizards, i. iv. 12, whenas, when, 1. ii. 32, 11. ix. 10, 14, p. 413. 11. ix. 53, v. Prol, 8. whereas, where-as, where, 11. xij. 42, vii. wise, wize, manner, guise, 1. j. 55, ii. 24, vi. 17, 47, 48.

vi. ix. 6, vii, vii. 18, Teares 170. whet, pa. part. whetted, sharpened, vi, viii. 45. wishful, desirable, v. ix, 10. whether, pron., adj. which (of two), 1. ii. 37, wist, pret. knew, 1. ii. 40, 111. ii. 23, iv. i. 7, iv. iii. 37, ix. 1, 10, v. ii. 17, vil, vii. 57, Hub- xii. 17. Cl. wot.

wit, witt, knowledge, intelligence, 11. xii. 44, whether, adv. whither, v. viii. 48, Clout 251. 111. i. 12, iv. iv. 39; niind, Clout 707. whight, white, 11. jji. 26.

witche, witch-elm, S. C. June 20. while, time, iv. i. 7, S. C. Jan. 8; the whyles wite, ib. blame, censure, vi. iii. 16, xii. 41. = while, vi. vi. 44.

wite, witen, wyte, vb. to blamie, reproach, whilere, whyl-, -eare, erewhile, lately, censure, 11. xii. 16, 1. iv. 52, iv. Prol. 1, formerly, 1. ix. 28, vi. vi. 26, x. 17, iv. v. 8, v. xi. 57, S.C. May 159, July 210, Aug. 136, Past. Aeglogue 142; already, 11. ix. 13.

Hubberd 348, Clout 749, 916. whiles, while, 11, iv. 34.

witelesse, blameless, S. C. Aug. 136. whilom, -e, whyl-, formerly, once, 1. Prol. withdraw, to carry off, iii. xi. 30.

1, 111. vii. 47, p. 410, S.C. Apr. 23. with-hault, pret. withheld, 11. xi. 9.
whirlpooles, sea-monsters of the whale kind, without, outside, vii. vii. 52.
11. xii. 23.

withouten, without, 11. viji. 47, jv. vii. 2, v. whist, pa. part. silenced, vii. vii. 59.

xii. 39, vil, vii. 53, S. C. Oct. 29, Hulberd whistler, ? plover or pewit, 11. xii. 36.

158, 186. whit: no w. = nothing at all, not at all, 11. viii. witnesse, a rough edge (as in the leaves of 54, iv. vii. 44.

books), Three Lett. p. 625. white, mark, Three Lett. p. 619.

wittily, wisely, sensibly, 11. ix. 53. wbot, whott(e), hot, 1. X. 26, 1. i. 58, viii. wiuehood, state of being a wife, iv. v. 3. il, ix. 29, 111, vii. 49, S. C. March 41, Sept. wiuely, wifelike, 1v. v. 3.

whotest, hottest, S. C. p. 447. wo, woe, sad, 11. viii. 53, iv. i. 38. wicked, baneful, cruel, 111. xi. 24.

womanhead, -hed, womanhood, womankind, widder, wider, S. C. Sept. 210.

11. xii. 55, v. ix. 45, Muiop. 345; womanliwide, wyde, round about, vi. xi. 18; away, ness, vi. ii. 15, Clout 512. womanhood, 1. i. 34, xi. 5, 1, viii. 36.

womanly feeling, vi. viii. 51. widow, bereaved, Past. Aeglogue 112. won, wonne, sb. abode, dwelling-place, rewidowhead, widowhood, Teares 240. treat, 11. vii. 20, xii. 11, 111. iii. 7, viii. 37,

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1v. viii. 22, v. ix. 8, vi. iii. 37, xi. 35, Clout wreake, sb. revenge, punishment, 1, viií. 43, 521.

xii. 16 ; destruction, ruin, 111. vii. 48 ; wreck, won, vb.1: did won=was wont, used, 11. ix. Teares 124, R. R. 33. 21. wonned, pret. was wont, s. C. Feb. wreak, -e, vb. to avenge, 1. iv. Arg., 11. iii. 14, 119. wonst, is wont, Muiop. 11.

w. i. 39, 52, vi. 38 (intr.), Gnat 579. wondred, wonderful, 11. xii. 44, iv. xi.49. wreakfull, avenging, v. i. 8. won(e), wonne, vb. to dwell, live, abide, 1. vi. wreath, to turn, twist, 11. i. 56, Bellay 74.

39, 11. i. 51, iii, 18, vii. 49, xii. 69, 111. i. 3, wreathed, ppl. adj. writhing, Gnat 253; ii. 14, iii. 26, v. 27, 1v. vi. 5, xi. 37, vi. ii. 25, twisted, Clout 245. S. C. Feb. 184, Clout 307.

wrecke, to avenge, v. iv. 24. wonne, vb.) : pret. 1. vi. 39 (intr.); pa. part., wreckfull, destructive, vi. viii. 36. Hubberd 751 (tr.): conquered.

wrest, vb. to wrench, twist, turn, 11. xii. 81, wonning, dwelling-place, vi. iv. 13.

v. xii. 34, Beautie 158. wont, ppl. adj. wonted, accustomed, v. iii. 1. wrest ', wrist, 1. v. 6, 11. ii. 21, viii. 22, 111. vii. Cf. won, vb.

2, iv. xi. 51. wont, pret. was, were accustomed, iv. vii. 6, wrest?, wrench, 11. xi. 42. 40; used to be, S. C. Feb. 108. wontes, wretch, wretched, vi. ix. 30. wonts, is accustomed, 11. ii. 42, Amor. Son. wrethed, ppl. adj. twisted, coiled, 1. i. 18. 39. Cl. won, vb.

wrigle, wriggling, S. C. Feb. 7. wontlesse, unaccustomed, Beautie 2. wring, to distress, 1. xi. 39; to turn, twist, vi. wood, mad, furious, 1. iv. 34, v. 20, 11. iv. II, vii. 9; to turn or divert the course of, to iv. ix. 29, S. C. March 55, Aug. 75, Hubberd affect, Worlds Vanitie 1 26. 1352

writ, written document, 1. xii. 25. writs, plur. woodnesse, madness, 111. xi. 27.

writings, 11. ii. 1, iv. ii. 33, vi. xii. 41, Teares wooe, to obtain by solicitation, iv. x. 57. 582. woon, to dwell, Gnat 18, Clout 774. Cf.won, wrizled, ppl.adj. wrinkled, shrivelled, 1. viii. 47. vb.2

wroke, 11. V. 21, 1v. vii. 26; wroken, iv. ii. 21, word, motto, iv. iv. 39.

vi, ii. 7, S. C. March 108, Muiop. 99 ; pa. wore, pret. passed, iv. ix. 19. Cf. weare. part, avenged. world : worlds pride earthly magnificence, wrought, pa. part. app. released, freed, v.v.

Arg. worship, glory, honour, 1. i. 3, 11. ii. 8. wrye, awry, S. C. Feb. 28. worth, sb.: in W., in good w. = in good part, wull, will, Epith. 252. pp. 411,412, 413.

wynd, to extricate, vi. iv. 26. worth, vb. : wo worth = woe betide, 11. vi. 32, Epilaph (2) 13.

Y worthy, deserved, 1. i. 26, S. C. June 100. y-, archaic prefix used to form the past parwot, wote, to know, 1. i. 13, 32, ii. 18, ix. 43, ticiple, e.g. ybrought, brought, 1. 11. iii. 16, 111. ix. 7, vii. vi. 33, S. C. Feb. 85, ymounted, mounted, 1. ii. 29. March 102.

yate, gate, S. C. May 224. wound, pa. part. weaved, 11. xii. 82.

ybent, turned, 111, iv. 47. woundlesse, unwounded, S. C. Oct. 41. ybet, beaten, iv. iv. 9. wowed, pret, wooed, vi. xi. 4, Past. Elegie 67. yblent, blinded, dazzled, 1. ii. 5, 11. vii. 1, wox(e), pret.waxed, became, grew, 11. viii. 9, 47,

S.C. Apr. 155. x. 17, xii. 22, 111, iii. 17, iv. 52, 1v. viii. 31, v. ybore, born, 11. iv. 21. ix. 46, S. C. Jan. 5, Hubberd 1103. woxen, ybrent, burnt out, 111. ix. 53. pa. part, become, grown, 1. iv. 34, X. 29, 111. l. yclad, ycled, clothed, 1. i. 1, iv. 38. 29, x. 60, vii, vi. 6, p.411, Past. Aeglogue 113. ycleepe, to call, Clout 65. wrack(e), wreck, destruction, 1. vi. 1, iv. ix. ycleped, called, named, 11. v. 8.

25, Teares 400 ; violence, S. C. Feb. 10. ycond, learnt, S. C. May 262. wrackfull, avenging, destructive, vi. ix. 27. ydlesse, idleness, vi. ii. 31. wrast, to wrest, v. xii. 21.

ydrad, dreaded, 1. i. 2, v. xi. 3, xii. 37. wrastling, wrestling, Three Lett. p. 616. yearne, to earn, vi. i. 40, vii. 15. wrate, pret. wrote, 111. xii. 31.

yede, yeed, yead, to go, 1. xi. 5, 11. iv. 2, wrawling, pres. part. mewing (as a cat), vi. S. C. July 109, Sept. 145. xii. 27.

yeeld, to admit, grant, 11. ix. 38.

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yeuen, given, S.C. A pril 114.

yougthly, you:hsul, Muiop. 431. yfere, together, in company with, 1. ix. 1, 11. youngling, young of man or beast, 1. x. 57, i. 35, ix. 2, 11. vii. 48, ix. 13, X. 16, vii. vi. v. viii. 46, S. C. May 100, 182, 211, Aug. 17. 31, S. C. Apr. 63, July 143.

youngth, youth, S. C. Feb. 52, 87, Nov. 20, yglaunst, pret. glanced, glided, 11. vi. 31.

Muiop. 34. ygoe, pa. part. gone, S. C. May 67, Nov. 76. youthly, adj. youthful, 1. v. 7, 11. iii. 38, 111. ygoe, adv. ago, 1. ii. 18, 111. v. 9, xii. 41, ix. 43, iv. ii. 45, vi. vii. 5.

S.C. Nov. 81; late y. = lately, 11. i. 2. youthly, adv. youthfully, 1. xi. 34. yield, to admit, grant, 11. Prol. 4.

ypent, pent up, S. C. Jan. 4, July 216. yirk, to lash, vi, vii. 44.

ypight, placed, set, 1. ix. 33. ylike, alike, 1. iv. 27; y. as=like, S. C. May yplast, placed, 1. iv. 28. 76.

y plight, pledged, 11. iii. 1. ylke, that (same), S. C. Aug. 142.

yrapt, rapt, Clout 623. ymolt, melted, 111, xi. 25.

yrent, torn to pieces, 1v. vii. 15, S. C. Sept. ympt, see impe, vb.

148. Ynd, India, 1. v. 4, vi. 2.

yriu'd, torn, 1v. vi. 15. ynne, inn, abode, S. C. Feb. 89, Nov. 16. yrke, to trouble, 111. viii. 48, vi, X. 29. yod, yode, pret. went, 1. X. 53, 11. vii. 2, 11. yron braced, iron sinewed, 11. v. 7. i. 1, 4, viii. 19, 45, 1v. viii. 34, vii, vii. 35, ysame, together, vii, vii. 32. S.C. May 22, 178, July 182; yodest, Past. yse, ice, Amor. Son. 30. Aeglogue 88. See yede.

yshend, to disgrace, spoil, S. C. Aug. 139. yold, pret. 111. xi. 25; pa. part. 111. xi. 17 cf. shend. (2), vil vii. 30 : yielded.

yshrilled, pret, sounded shrill, Clout 62. yond, adj. mad, furious, 11. viii. 40, 11. vii. yssew, 10 get out, p. 408. 26.

ythundered, pa. part. síruck by a thunderyond, adv. yonder, iv. i. 33, 35, vi, xii. 13. bolt, Teares 8. yongmen, young men, Gnal 431.

ytost, disturbed, S. C. June 12. yongth, yongthly, v.II. for yougih, yougihly. ywis, -sse, ceriainly, 11. i. 19, 1i. vii. 53, yonker, younker, young man, you'lgs:er, S. C. May 109, Two Lett. p. 640. iv. i. 11, S. C. p. 426, Three Lelt. P.

621. ywrake, ywroke, ywroken, avenged, reyonkerly, youthful, Three Lett. pp. 629, 641.) venged, iv. vi. 23, viii. 14, xi. 5, vi. vi. 18, yougthes folke, young people, S. C. May 9.

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A Gentle Shepheard borne in Arcady.
A mighty Lyon, Lord of all the wood
A Shepeheards boye (no better doe him call)
After at sea a tall ship did appeare
After long stormes and tempests sad assay
After so long a race as I haue run
Ah Colin, whether on the lowly plaine
Ah for pittie, wil rancke Winters rage
Ah whither, Loue, wilt thou now carrie mee?.
Ah why hath nature to so hard a hart
All that is perfect, which th’heauen beautefies
All that which Aegypt whilome did deuise
An hideous Dragon, dreadfull to behold
And ye, braue Lord, whose goodly personage.
Arion, when through tempests cruel wracke
As Diane hunted on a day
As men in Summer fearles passe the foord
As that braue sonne of Aeson, which by charmes
As then, no winde at all there blew
At last so faire a Ladie did I spie
At length, euen at the time, when Morpheus

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Colin my deare, when shall it please thee sing.
Colin, well fits thy sad cheare this sad stownd
Collyn I see by thy new taken taske .
Come forth ye Nymphes come forth, forsake your watry bowres
Comming to kisse her lyps, (such grace I found)
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