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290.
Erode, adj. broad. Ch 1 . 26; Th.

1 20.
Browth, //. brought. MM. 279,

592, 1389; CP. (14), (52).
Brynande, pr. p. burning. \.

102.

Bryst, v. burst. T. 640.
Bryth, adj. bright. CP. (82) ;

brygth. MM. 669.
Bun,//, bowne, ready. T. 764.



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



229



But, conj. except, unless. Ch 1 . 7,

206 ; MM. 1529.
Euxomly, adv. obediently. Y.

40 ; Hey. 610.
By, v. for abye, suffer for. Y.

119.

Bydde, v. pray. CP. (41).
Byddyth, itnp.pl. bid. Co. 87.
Byde, pr. \ s. bid, command. Y.

22.

Byde, v. abide. Y. 47.
Bydene, adv. immediately. Ch 1 .

132-

Bygged, //. built, made. Y. 68.
Byggyngys, sb. pi. biggings,

buildings. CP. (187).
Bygly, adv. powerfully. Y. 70.
Byleve, v. believe. Ev. 676.
Byn, v. be. MM. 623, 1381 ; pr.

pi. are. MM. 1533.
Byrnande, pr. p. burning. Y.

5-
By-sydes, adv. besides. KJ.

I35 6 -

C.

Cabbelles, sb. pi. cables. Ch 1 .

90.
Cam, //. s. and //. came. CP.

(23), (30); Hey. 63; KJ.i28 5 ,



Capcyouse, adj. captious. KJ.

1299.
Carbuckyls, sb. pi. carbuncles.

Sk. 1928.
Garde, sb. 'a sure carde,' a sure

proof. Th. 888.
Careful, adj. full of cares. Co.

16, 2v

Carshaffe, sb. kerchief. Ch 3 . 386.
Cast, sb. contrivance. T. 352.
Catyfes, sb. pi. caitiffs, rascals.

Hey. 590.
Cawdels, sb. pi. caudels, possets.

Sk. 2034.
Cawth, //. caught. CP. (20),

(90).
Caysere, sb. kaiser, emperor.

CP. (69).
Caytyfys, sb. pi. caitiffs, rascals.

MM. 58.
Cete, sb. city. MM. 473.



Charret, sb. car, chariot. Th. 210.
Charys, sb. pi. jobs. T. 315.
Cheiste, sb. chest, used of Noah's

ark. Ch 1 . 206.

Chere, sb. countenance, demean-
our. Hey. 57 ; Th. 469.
Chered,//. entertained. Ev. 501.
Ches, pt. s. chose. Co. 95.
Chesun, sb. enchesun, reason.

CP. (284).
Childer, sb. pi. (northern form\

children. Ch 1 . 238.
Chriseten, sb. Christian. MM.

1547; Chrisetyn. MM. 1542.
Chrystene, sb. Christendom.

Th. 123.
Chyldyrn, sb. pi. children. MM.

276.

Chyte, v. chide. T. 637.
Clary, sb. a sweet wine. MM.

477-
Clatter, v. talk, brag. Th. 523,

Hey. 10.

Cleflfys, sb. pi. cliffs. MM. 55.
Clergy, sb. science, learning. T.

686.
Clokys, sb. pi. claws, clutches.

Sk. 1900.
Clowches, sb. pi. clutches. Th.

507-

Glower, sb. clover. MM. 294.

Clowtes, sb. fl. blows. Th. 505.

Clowtt, sb. cloth. T. 595.

Clyme, v. climb. KJ. 2108.

Clyped,//. called. Hey. 35.

Clyr, adj. clear. MM. 600.

Coke, sb. pi. cocks. Ch 1 , 185.

Colacyon, sb. homily, sermon.
Hey. 70.

Combred, pp. cumbered. Ev. 60.

Comeryd, pp. cumbered. Co. 31.

Comliar, adj. comelier, hand-
somer. MM. 67.

Commynalte, sb. commonalty.
KJ. 2155.

Compane, sb. company. T. 53.

Compas, v. surround. FE. 366.

Concertation, sb. conflict. Th.
365.

Conger, sb. a sea eel, Th. 381.

Connynge, adj. clever. FE. 327.

Connynge, sb. knowledge, ability,
power. FE. 21 ; Hey. 39.



230



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



Connyngly, adv. skilfully. MM.

1397-

Consell, sl>. counsel. MM. 375.

Conseyll, sb. counsel. MM. 382.

Conseyte, sb. conceit, imagina-
tion. FE. 44.

Contembtacyon, sb. contentation,
contentment. FE. 399.

Contene, v. hold together. Y.

!5-
Convey, imp. s. stow away. KJ.

2099.

Conveyed, pp. escorted. Ev. 816.
Convyt,//. convicted. KJ. 1357.
Cop, sb. cup. T. 735.
Cors, sb. body. CP. (188).
Cors, sb. course, direction. MM.

1437-

Coryows, probably a translitera-
tion from Greek Kvptos, lord:
' Coryows Christe,' Lord Christ.
CP. (46).

Cost, sb. coast. MM. 1212; castes.
CP. (246).

Coule, sb. cabbage. Ch 1 . 172.

Counte, sb. account, reckoning.
Ev. 104, 493, 502.

Courese, pr. pi. course, run. Y.

155-

Courtes, adj. courteous. MM. 490.
Covetyse, sb. covetousness. Hey.

204.
Cowch Quail, sb. ? a cry used in

the game of Kales, or ninepins.

Th. 20. See note.
Cowde, //.//. could. KJ. 1379.
Cowre,/r. i j-. cower. T. 733.
Crake, v. boast. Th. 371.
Craked, //. boasted. Th. 399 ;

ft. s. crakyd, sang noisily. T.

667.
Crakynge, sb. boasting. Th. 880 ;

z&pr.p. Th. 889.
Craturs, sb. pi. creatures. FE.

455-
Creke, 'to cry creke,' to yield.

Th. 100.

Croes, sb.pl. crows. Ch 1 . 185.
Crop, sb. head. T. 736.
Crosse out, v. annul, make no

count of. Ev. 800.
Crouche, imp. pi. kneel. Hey.

170.



Crousse, adj. brisk, lively. Ch 1 .

178.

Croyne,/r. 2 pi. croon. T. 672.
Crysme, sb. a chrisom cloth. CP.

20.
Crystyndom, ^ Christendom.

KJ. 1365-
Cum, v. come. KJ. 1325 ; imp. s.

KJ. 2101 ; CP. (71), (10.0),

(no).

Cumly, adj. comely. Y. 99.
Cunne, v. learn. CP. (286);

know, be able. CP. (316).
Cunnyng, sb. knowledge. FE.

404.

Cunsell, sb. counsel. KJ. 1282.
Cur lues, .^.//.curlews. Ch 1 . 187.
Curssys, ^. //. curses. KJ. 1385.
Curteys, adj. curteous. MM.

"37-

Gust, //. kissed. CP. (126).
Cyataca, sb. sciatica. Sk. 1982.
Cyte, sb. city. KJ. 1274.

D.

Dale, sb. dole, bounty. Y. 78.

Dalle, sb. fist. T. 744.

Damdpnyd, //. damned, con-
demned. MM. 636 ; dampned,
Ev. 310.

Dar, pr. i s. dare. T. 303.

Dasters, sb. pi. dastards. Th. 17.

Daynetethly,^?/. daintily. Y. 78.

Debate, vb. abate, diminish. Th.
412, 469.

Ded,/;?. s. did. KJ. 1280.

Ded, pp. dead. Hh. in; Hey.
631.

Dede, sb. deed. MM. 633.

Dedyst, pt. is. didst. MM. 672.

Dee, sb. Dieu, God ; ' per dee,'
par dieu. KJ. 2081.

Deed,//, dead. Ev. 255.

Defe, adj. deaf. Ev. 803.

Defte, adj. clever, dexterous. Y.
92.

Delande,/r./. dealing, distribut-
ing. Y. 78.

Dele, sb. part, bit. Y. 158.

Dele, sb. pity. CP. (210).

Dele, v. deal, have part with.
CP. ( 99 ).



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



231



Delectabyll, adj. delightful.

MM. 593.

Dell, sb. part, bit, whit. Hey. 563.
Delycows, adj. delicious. MM.

335-

Delycyte, sb. delicacy. MM. 72.
Demden,/^. 5. condemned. Hh.

56.

Deme, v. judge. Co. 1 24.
Demenour, sb. director. Sk.

1887.

Dent, sb. blow. MM. 272.
Departs, v. (i) depart, go away,

separate. Ev. 96. 296; Th. 233.

Hey. 549. (ii) divide, e. g.

'depart your goodes' = divide

your wealth. Hey. 96. (iii)

part with, e. g. departe with your

riches. MM. 102.
Depnes, sb. deepness. FE. 356.
Deprave, v. depreciate, slander.

FE. 436.

Dere, adj. precious. Y. n.
Dere, sb. harm, injury. Y. 64.
Derand, pr. p. harming. Y. 37.
Derworth, adj. precious. Y. 92.
Descend, v. make descend.

MM. 1558.

Desevyr, v. separate. MM. 301.
Dessetres, sb. distress MM. 104.
Desyplys, sb. pi. disciples. MM.

614.
Devoyd, pr. pi. go out. MM.

"32.3-

Devyne, adj. divine. FE. i.
Devyr, sb. devoir, duty. MM. 1180.
Dew, adj. due, fitting. Hey. 72 ;

dewe. H. 314.

Dewes, int. the deuce. Y. 92.
Dewka, sb.pl. dukes. KJ. 1368.
Dewresse, sb. duresse, hardship.

MM. 281 ; duresse. MM. 284.
Dewylys, sb. pi. devils. CP. (34).
Deyver, sb. devoir, duty. Y. 156.
De^e, v. die Hh. 56.
Diewly, adv. dewly. Y. n.
Diffynicion, sb. definition, limit.

Co. 100.

Digges. sb. pi. ducks. Ch 1 . 189.
Dighte, v. make ready, prepare.

Ch 1 . 79, 301.
Dilfull, adj. sorrow-full. Ch 8 .

3I3-



Disese, sb. discomfort. CP.

(219).

Do,//, done. KJ. 1354 '> Th. 102.
Does, imper. pi. do. Y. 1 56.
Dold, adj. stupid ; hande dold,

with numbed hands. T. 2.
Dole, sb. sorrow, trouble. CP.

(407) ; Y. 98.
Dome, sb. doom, judgment. Ev.

261, 885, 901.

Don, adv. down. MM. 1203.
Don, pr. pi. do. MM. 61.
Dore, sb. door. KJ. 1377.
Dowtles, adv. doubtless. FE.

358.
Douctors, sb. pi. daughters.

MM. 68.

Dowtter, sb. daughter. MM. 79.
Doyne, //. done. T. 291.
Drackes, sb. pi. drakes. Ch 1 . 189.
Drawe, //. drawn over, covered.

Sk. 2040.

Dray, v. draw. T. 317.
Dresse, v. direct. MM. 1182.
Dreve, //. driven. CP. (407).
Dyd, v. did. Ev. 474.
Dyghte,//. prepared. Th. 351;

Y. ii, 109.

Dynt, sb. blow. Sk. 1904.
Dysceyved,//. deceived. Co. 24.
Dyscus, imper. s. spread abroad.

MM. 1562.

Dyspare, sb. despair. Ev. 468.
Dysses, sb. decease. MM. 80.
Dystaunce, sb. distance, estrange-
ment. CP. (384).
Dystres, sb. distress. Ev. 508.
Dyvers, adj. several. FE. 49,

328.

E.

Ech, adj. each. Ch 1 . 191.

Een, sb. pi. eyes. 7.295.

Eft-whyte, v. requite again, re-
store. T. 305.

Eftyr, adv. after. Y. 125 ; efter,
Y. 131.

Egge-toles, sb. pi. edge-tools.
Hey. 574.

Eke, conj. also. Ev. 503; Hey.
208, 210.

Eldyth, pr. s. aileth. Th. 480.



232



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



Elfe, sb. oaf, lubber. Hey. 629.

Elles, adv. else. Ch l . 66, 207 ;
MM. 635 ; Th. 101, etc.

Elvysshe, adj. simple. Th. 74.

Emel, prep, among. Y. 146.

Emprise, sb. enterprise. CP.
(198).

Encomberowns, sb. encum-
brance, MM. 1533.

Enew, adj. enough. Y. 104.

Enhanse, v. exalt. MM. 6n.

Enmys, sb. pi. enemies. KJ.
1378.

Enquere, v. enquire. FE. 400,
Hey. 61.

Entendyd, pp. minded, deter-
mined. Hey. 68.

Entent, sb. will, purpose, mean-
ing. Sk. 1946; MM. 670; Ev.
8. CP. (115.)

Envy, sb. ill-will. Sk. 1989.

Es, pr. s. is. Y. 2, 10, etc.; art.
Y. 74.

Est, sb. the east. FE. 351, 355.

Estate, sb. class or order in the
commonwealth. KJ. 2143.

Everychone, every one. Ev.
840, 856.

Evyn, sb. evening. FE. 407.

Excommunycate, pp. excom-
municated. KJ. 2141.

Exorte, v. go forth. Co. 56.

Expoun, v. expound. FE. 26.

Exprese, adv. expressly. MM.
82.

Exprese, v. express, read out,
declare. MM. 298, 1184, 1383.

Eylytt, pr. s. aileth. MM. 1545.

Eynd, sb. end. MM. 599.

Eynes, sb. pi. eyes. Co. 25.

F.

Facyon, sb. fashion. Hey. 590,

609.

Fade, v. make faded. Y. 60, 132.
Fall, sb. case, plight. Ev. 514.
Famyt,//. famished. Co. u.
Fand, v. find. Ch 2 . 470.
Fane, adj. fain, glad. T. 39.
Fang, v. take. T. 679.
Fantasyes, sb. pi. fancies. Y.

129 \fantesye. FE. 43.



Fard, //. feared, afraid. T. 677.
Fare, v. go. T. 714 ;pr. i s. P.

(4); faren, v. Hh. 175.
Farmerye, sb. infirmary. KJ.

2102.

Fame, pp. fared. T. 587.
Faryn, v. go. CP. (403).
Fastande, pr. p. fasting. Y. 80.
Fatherys, sb. gen. case, father's.

MM. 298.

Fatt, sb. fate. CP. (336).
Faver, v. favour. KJ. 1330.
Fawor, sb. fervour. MM. 483.

fawour. MM. 638.
Faworus, adj. desirous. MM.

673-
Faye, sb. faith. Ch 1 . 290; Ch 2 .

433 ; Ev. 298.
Fayer, adj. fair. MM. 669.
Fayn, adv. gladly. MM. 495 ;
fayne. Ch 1 . 147 ; Ch 2 . 252 ;

Ev. 515.

Fayne, v. feign. Th. 910.
Fayre, adj. fair. Y. 65 ; adv. Ev.

872

Fayrear, comp. adj. fairer. Y. 53.
Fayrhede, sb. fairness, beauty.

Y. 66.

Faythly, adv. featly, aptly. Y. 19.
Fe, sb. possessions. Sk. 1993.
Feare, sb. companion ; in fere,

together. Ch 1 . 78, 289; Ch 2 .

454-
Fearefully, adv. timorously. Th.

387. s. d.
Fectually, adv. effectually, truly.

MM. 643.

Fede, //. fed. Y. 76.
Fee, sb. money, goods. MM. 299.
Felande, pr. p. feeling. Y. 79.
Felawe, sb. fellow. Ev. 284.
Felde, sb. field. Th. 149.
Felescheppys, sb.pl. fellowships.

CP. (311)-
Fell, pr. i s. fell, lay low. KJ.

1392.

Fell, adj. cruel. MM. 280.
Felyng, sb. feeling. Y. 60.
Femynyte, sb. womanliness.

MM. 71.
Fende, sb. fiend. CP. (269) ; Ev.

883 ; fendes. CP. (303) ; Hh.



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



233



Pende, v. protect. CP. (373).
Pendyd, //. prevented, hindered.

CP. (303).

Fere, v. make afraid. Ev. 253.
Fere,st>. companion. Hh. 69 ; in

fere, together. T. 715 ; feres, 53.
Ferre, adv. far. Ev. 816.
Fest, adj. fast, fixed. T. 20 ; feste,

pp. fastened. Y. 66.
Pet, v. fetch. Th. 185.
Fete, sb. pi. feet. MM. 667.
Fett, sb.pl. feet. MM. 640, I.
Fette, v. fetch. Hh. 5, 30 ; //.

fetched. Th. 430.
Fetys, adj. neat, well-made, ele-
gant. Y. 55. 65.
Fier, sb. fire. Ch 1 . 78.
Fine, sb. end. Hh. n.
Firrette, sb. ferret. Ch 1 . 175.
Fleete, v. float. Ch 1 . 281.
Fleetinge, pr. p. floating. Ch 1 .

225.

Fles, sb. flesh. Hh. 194.
Fleshe-likinge, sb. fleshly lust.

Ch 1 . 6.

Fleye, v. flee. Ch 1 . 293.
Floryehyd, //. flourished. MM.

334-
Fludde, sb. flood. Ch 1 . 84 \fiude t

Ch 1 . 224.

Flum, sb. river. Hh. 206.
Flyt, v. remove, turn aside. CP.

(84).

Flyte, v. scold. T. 636.
Fode, sb. food. Y. 76.
Fole, sb. fool. FE. 407 ; Y. 1 29.
Folwe. imp. s. follow. CP. (100).
Folysshe, adj. foolish. H. 213 ;

Ev. 872.

Fonde, adj. foolish. CP. (225).
Fonde. pr. i s. try. CP. (403).
Fonded, //. tried, made trial of.

Hh. 75.

Fondnesse, sb. folly. Sk. 1892.
Fondon, v. find. Hh. 70.
Fonge, imp. s. take. Ch 1 . 27.
Fonne, sb. foe. Ch 1 . 6.
Foo, sb. foe. CP (32).
Forbode, //. forbidden. Hey.

256.
Force, no force, no matter. FE.

538.
Fordo, imp. pi. destroy. T. 295.



Forgang, v. forego. T. 43.
Forgete, //. forgotten. Ev. 86.

94-
Forgeyffe, pr. i s. forgive. MM.

676.
Forleten, pp. forego, abandon,

Hh. 169.
Forloren, pp. altogether lost, cast

away. Hh. 239.
Formarryd, //. completely

spoilt. Y. 139.
Formaste, sup. adj. foremost,

first. Y. 4 .

Forme, adj. first. CP. (i).
Forseth, pr. s. it forseth not, it

matters not. Hey. 3 1 2.
For-shapyn,//. transformed. T.

630.
For-spoken, //. bewitched. T.

624.

Fortaxed,//. overtaxed. T. 16.
Forthi, adv. therefore. Y. 131,

136.

Forthy, adv. therefore. T. 68 1.
Forthynkes, pr. s. repents,

grieves. T. 521.

Forward, sb. covenant, agree-
ment. Ch 1 . 301.
Forwhy, adv. because. Hey.

630.

Fote, sb. foot. FE. 473 ; Ev. 293.
Fott, pt. i s. fetched. T. 528.
Fourme, v. form. Y. 142.
Fowle, adv. foully. Ch 1 . 4.
Fowle, sb. a fowl. Ch 1 . 306.
Foyde, sb. food. T. 731.
Foyne, sb. heap, abundance. T.

292.

Fra, prep. from. Y. 95.
Franesy, sb. frenzy. Sk. 1958.
Frawth, //. laden. CP. (94).
Fray, sb. fear. MM. 280.
Frel-nes, sb. frailty. Co. no.
Frend, sb. Ev. 629, 655 ;

Jrendes, Hey. 54.
Freres, sb.pl. friars. Hey. 15.
"Fro, prep. from. Ev. 644.
Froring, sb. help. Hh. 164.
Fryke, adj. bold, brave. CP.

053).

Frynde, sb. friend. KJ. 2080.
Frynishe, adj. nice, ingenious?

Ch 1 . 100.



234



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



Frysch, adj. fresh. MM. 491.
Full, v. foul. Y. 60.
Fullimartes, sb. pi. polecats.

Ch 1 . 170.
Fumishenes, sb. irritability.

Th. 107.

Fun,//>. found. T. 762.
Furst, adv. first. FE. 351, 355.
Fygure, sb. face, image. Y. 140.
Fygured,//. formed. Y. 65.
Fynnest, sup. adj. finest. MM.

484.

Fyr, sb. fire. MM. 597.
Fytt, adj. fit, pretty. Y. 65.

G.

Gaf,/A 2 s. gavest. T. 582.
Gaither, v. gather. Ch 1 . 73, 77.
Galand, sb. galant. FE. 417.
Gan, //. gone. Hh. 4, 47, 74.
Gar, v. cause. T. 621 ; gares, pr.

s. Y. 103 ; gard, ft. s. T.

661.
Gat, sb. gate, road. Hh. 218;

gates. Hey. 43 ; Y. 155.
Gawde, sb. trick. T. 604.
Gayne, v. avail. Ch 1 . 146.
Gaynesay, v. contradict. FE.

384-
Gaytt dore, sb. outer door. T.

339-
Gentlery men, sb. pi. gentry. T.

18.

Gere, s^. array. Th. 198.
Gest, v. jest. Hey. 311.
Gete, //. begotten. Ev. 189.
Getten,//. got. Ch 1 . 130.
Getteth, pr. s. obtains. Ev. 646.
Getyn, v. get. MM. 370.
Geve, v. give. KJ. 1 346 ; Th.

478; pr. i s. Ch 1 . 288; //.

KJ. 1341 ; imp. s. Th. 233.
Gevyn, pp. given. KJ. 1274,

1339-

Ghoste, sb. spirit. Ch 1 . 5.

Glad, sb. gladnesse. T. 679.

Glase, sb. slippery place, diffi-
culty? T. 327.

Gle, sb. joy. Y. 82.

Gleteryng, sb. glittering. Y. 82.

Glose, v. speak smoothly. FE.
41 ; Hey. 10.



Go, pp. gone. Ev. 165.

Gobet, sb. piece, morsel. CP.

(90).
God, adj. good. MM. 1203,

1543; FE. 407.
Goddes, sb. goddess. Th. 297 ;

sb. pi. gods. Th. 310.
Gon, gone, v. go. Ch 1 . 202 ;

Ch 2 . 227; MM. 1142; Ev. 465.
Gon-stone, sb. bullet. Th. 72.
Goo, imp. s. go. MM. 1145.
Good, sb. goods. Ev. 121.
Goon, v. go. CP. (72).
Goote, sb. goat. Ch 1 . 158.
Gore, sb. a gusset, ' under gore,'

under the clothes, privily. CP.

(312).

Gore, sb. filth. CP. (338).
Gost, sb. spirit. MM. 60 1, 1211 ;

CP. (47).

Gostly, adv. spiritual. MM. 609.
Gothe, v. goes. Ev. 806, 835.
Gowlande, pr. p. howling. Y.

103.
Gramercy, many thanks. Ev.

221, 861.
Gravyte, sb. seriousness. FE.

28.
Grawous, adj. grievous. MM.

293-
Gre, sb. pleasure ; take in gre, take

in good part. Sk. 2005.
Grede, v. cry aloud. CP. (285).
Grestle, sb. young pig. Th. 391.
Grete, v. weep. CP. (320) ; Hh.

82.

Grete, adj. great. Y. i.
Gretter, comp. adj. greater. T.

3-
Gretynge, sb. weeping. CP.

(3H).

Grevys, sb.pl. groves. CP. (59).

Grill, v. grumble. Ch 1 . 46.

Grith, sb. peace, treaty. Hh.
126.

Grocchyn, vb. grumble, murmur.
CP. (181) \grochynge, murmur-
ing, groaning. CP. (312).

Groge, sb. grudge. KJ. 1298,

I332-

Grom, sb. man. MM. 489.
Grome, sb. for Groine, a port in

Spain. MM. 478.



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



235



Grose, adj. gross, substantial.

FE- 345, 357-
Grotes, sb. pi. groats. Hey. 22,

93, 132-
Grucche, v. murmur, grumble.

CP. (47).

Grudge, v. grumble. Sk. 2016.
Grunde, sb. ground. Y. 74.
Grylle, v. be terrified. Ch a . 340.
Grysly, adj. horrible, dreadful.

CP. (47); adv. CP. (175).
Guardon, v. guerdon, reward.

Hey. 200.

Gunne, pp. begun. CP. (314).
Gydde, v. guide. MM. 601.
Gyde, sb. guide. Ev. 522, 780.
Gyde, imp. s. guide. MM. 1440.
Gyf, imp. pi. give. Y. 147 ; pr.

I s. Y. 1 60.

Gyldar, sb. gilder. KJ. 2110.
Gyler, sb. beguiler. T. 724.
Gylt, sb. guilt. CP. (325).
Gynnyt,/r. s. begins. MM. 621.
Gyrnande, pr. p. grinning. Y.

103.
Gyrth, v. protect. Y. 133.

H.

Habergyn, sb. coat of mail. Th.
104, 108, in.

Hade, pt. i s. had. Ch 1 . 99.

Haile, sb. health. Ch 1 . 198.

Hakt, pt. s. ' chopped away at,'
and so ' had his will of,' ' master-
ed '? T. 668.

Hale, sb. tent, pavilion. CP.

(17).

Hall, v. haul, drag. Th. 493.
Hals, sb. neck. CP. (156).
Haly, adv. wholly. Y. 27.
Hamer, sb. hammer. Ch 1 . 62.
Hamyd,//. cumbered. T. 15.
Han, v. have. MM. 509 ; //.

Co. 35.

Happe, v. wrap. Sk. 2063.
Happyd, //. circumstanced. Sk.

2010; wrapped, up. T. I.
Harbarow, sb. harbourage. MM.

1398.
Hard, pt. \ s. heard. T. 658,

667 ; harde,pt. \ s. KJ. 2084 ;

pp. Hey. 257.



Hardely, adv. surely. Hey. 605.
Harnes , sb. armour, accoutrements.

Th. 9.

Harnessed, //. armed. Th. 16.
Harrowe, inter/, a cry for help.

Y-97-

Hart, sb. heart. MM. 74, 640 ;
FE. 501 ; harte. Ch 1 . 234 ; KJ.
2098 ; hartt. MM. 1138; harts,
hartys, hearts. KJ. 1340. Hey.

Hast, sb. haste. MM. 382.
Hast, v. hasten. Ev. 141 ; imp. s.

MM. 1384.

Hat, pr. s. has. MM. 602.
Hatt, v. be called. T. 614.
Haunt, v. frequent. Ev. 273.
Havi, have I. Hey. 43.
Haveth,/r. s. has. Hh. 152.
He, pron. pi. they. Hh. 53, 55 ;

MM. 366, 370.
Heale, sb. health. Hey. 8. ; hek.

Hey. 272.
Heare, adv. here. Ch 1 . 156, 180,

etc.
Hearnes, sb. pi. herons. Ch 1 .

182.
Hed, sb. head. MM. 1530; FE.

427; headake, headache. Hey.

163.

Hede, sb. head. FE. 411.
Hede,^.heed. CP. (138). Hey.

54-

Heder, adv. hither. FE. 401.

Hedibus, sb. comic Latinized da-
tive plural for ' heads'. Th. 133.

Hee, adj. high. T. 605.

Hefne, sb. heaven. Co. 9.

Hegges, sb. pi. hedges. MM.
1198.

Hegheste, sup. adj. highest. Y.
27.

Heiste, sb. promise. Ch 1 . 305.

Hek, sb. inner door. T. 316.

Heldand,/r./. descending, alight-
ing. Y. 6 ; heledande. Y. 95.

Hele, sb. health. CP. (96) ; Ev.
648.

Helowes, sb. pi. hallows, saints.
Hey. 154.

Hely, adj. holy. KJ. 1308.

Hem, pron. them. MM. 57, 91,
670 ; CP. (375) ; Hh. 6.



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Hend, adj. meek, gentle. Ch 1 .

276.

Henne, adv. hence. Hh. 146.
Hens, adv. hence. Ev. 130, 862 ;

Hey. 94 ; Th. 400 ; MM. 109,

1535-

Kent, pp. seized. CP. (253).
Her, adv. here. MM. 66, 643,

1396, 1597; CP. (31); Hh.

140, 143.

Her, sb. hair. MM. 669.
Here, pass. pron. their. Co. 28,

36 ; CP. (266).
Here, v. hear. Ev. 19, 236, 634,

667, 867 ; Hey. 62, 65, 210,

314, 555 ; T. 298.
Herers, sb. hearers. Ev. 903.
Heres, sb. pi. hairs. Hey. 539.
Herre, sb. hair. MM. 640, i.
Herynge, sb. hearing. FE. 467.
Herwe, sb. harrow. Hh. 145.
Hese, pass. pron. his. Co. 45.
Het,/r. i s. promise. Ch 2 . 451.
Hete, pt. 2 s. orderedst. Hh.

224.

Hether, adv. hither. Hey. 63.
Hetyng, sb. promise. T. 728.
Hevede, pt. s. had. Hh. 7.
Heviar, comp. adj. heavier. MM.

272.
Hevynes, sb. heaviness. MM.

488 ; Ev. 505.
Hey, adj. high. MM. 107.
Heydes, sb. pi. heads. T. 294.
Heyle, imp. s. hail. MM. 381.
Heynd, adj. gentle. T. 649.
Heys, sb. hedges. Th. 155.
He5e, adj. high. Hh. 31.
Hie, imp. s. hasten. Ch 1 . 115.
Hied, pt.pl. hastened. Ch 1 . 223.
Hight, sb. height. T. 295, 310.
Hihte, pt. i s. ordered. Hh. 227.
Hof, interj. ho ! MM. 491.
Hoi, adj. whole. Th. 145 ; MM.

677.
Hole, adj. whole. Ev. 632 ; FE.

377 ; Hey. 306 ; Th. 192.
Holsome, adj. wholesome. KJ.

2087.
Holy, adv. wholly. CP. (192);

Ev. 525.
Hondo, sb. hand. CP. (228);

Ev. 777.



Hondon, sb. pi. hands. Hh. 54.
Hoost, sb. host. Ev. 884.
Horse, adj. hoarse. Sk. 1930.
Hote, sb. heat. Y. 97.
How, how. Hh. 70.
How, sb. a yearling sheep. T. 301 .
Howe, interj. ho! Sk. 1979.
Hower, sb. hour, season. KJ.

1349-
Hows, sb. house. MM. 618, 620,

622.

Hunder, adv. under. T. 24.
Hur, pron. her. MM. 378, 380.
Hy, v. hasten. MM. 1391 ; Ev.

1 80.

Hydande, pr. p. hiding. Y. 6.
Hyder, adv. hither. Ev. 665,

669, 819; Hey. 4,67, 255.
Hye, v. hasten. Ev. 159, 813;

imper. pi. Ch 1 . 49.
Hye, adj. high. MM. 617; CP.

(239) ; on hye, aloud. FE.

543-

Hyed, pt. s. hastened. Hey. 67.
Hyen, v. hasten. CP. (239).
Hyest, sup. adj. highest. Ev. 799.
Hyght, pr. i s. am called. Sk.

1908; Ev. 660; pp. act. Y. ii2.
Hyng, v. hang. T. 319.
Hyrre, pron. her. MM. 377.
Hys, pass. pron. his. KJ. 2133.

I.

I, prep. in. MM. 508.
Ich, pron. I. Hh. 65.
Iche, adj. each. Ch 1 . 91, 92,

279.

Ichone, each one. Ch 1 . 108.
Icoren, //. chosen. Hh. 240.
lich, adj. each. Ch 1 . 155.
He, sb. isle. Y. 26.
like, adj. each. Y. 125, 158.
Incontynent, adv. incontinently,

at once. Ev. 667.
Indeure, v. endure. MM. 292 ;

induer, MM. 308.
Indifferent, adj. equal, fair. Th.

486.

Indyte, v. indite, write. FE. 39.
Ingendryd,//. engendered. FE.

332.
Inch, adv. enough. Hh. 51.



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237



Inquere, v. enquire, search out.

Th. 467.
Interdytt, //. interdicted. KJ.

I35 8 -
Intoxycate, //. poisoned. KJ.

2144.

Invy, sb. envy. MM. 362.
Invyron,/r^>. round about. FE.

2.
Inwyttissymus, adj. invictissi-

mus, most unconquered. MM.

285.
Iwis, adv. certainly. Hh. 57 ;

iwys, Y. 81 ; CP. (350) ; MM.

489; KJ. 1393; iwysse, Ch 2 .

438.

J.

Jentylness, sb. gentleness. MM.

105, 114.
Joparde, v. jeopard, risk. Th.

435-
Joynte, sb. joint, limb. Th. 435.



K.

Kayser, sb. Csesar, Emperor.

CP. (188).

Kende, sb. kind, nature. CP. (i).
Kenne, v. show. CP. (383).
Kente,//. taught. Ch 3 . 222.
Kepe, sb. heed, care. Hey. 106.
Kiude, sb. nature. Ch 1 . 92.
Knakt, pt. s. performed cleverly.

T. 670.
Knet, //. bound, entangled in.

CP. ^246).

Knett, v. knit. MM. 58.
Knocked, //. knocked bread,

bread made of flour only roughly

ground. Th. 245.
Knyth, sb. knight. CP. (69^;

Knythtes.pl. MM. 673 ; Knyttes.

MM. 112.

Kylt,//. killed. CP. (323).
Kynd, sb. nature. MM. 94;

kynde. Y. 99; CP. (245); T.

602, 690; kinship. Ev. 315.
Kynnesmen, sb. pi. kinsmen. Ev.



L.

Lache. v. catch. CP. (347).
Lackes, sb. pi. lakes. Ch 1 . 190.
Laghe, v. laugh. T. 621.
Langyd, pt. s. longed, desired.

T. 4 2.

Lante, //. lent, given. CP. (61).
Lappyd, pp. lapped, enveloped.

T. 4.
Lastand, pr. p. lasting. Y. 24,

46.

Lat, imp. s. let, do. Y. 46, 120.
Late, v. let. Co. 101 ; CP. (96),

(222).

Lawe, adj. low. Y. 122.

Lay, v. wager. T. 304.

Layser, sb. leisure. Ev. 101.

Laytheste, sup. adj. most loath-
some. Y. 100.

Lazars, sb. lepers. Sk. 1930.

Leane, v. conceal. Ch a . 283, 310.

Lease, comp. adj. less. Ch 1 . 287.

Led, sb. lead. MM. 272; a
sounding-lead. MM. 1440 ; lede,
a leaden seal. Hey. 71, 195.

Leden, sb. speech. Ch 1 . 191.

Lef, imp. s. leave. Hh. 106.

Lefe, v. believe. T. 31.

Leffe, adj. glad. Ch 1 . 99.

Leiste, sb. pleasure, desire. Ch 1 .
207.

Lekyng, adj. liking, pleasing.
MM. 617.

Lele, adj. leal, loyal. T. 532.

Lely, adv. leally, truly. Y. 77.

Lende, v. abide, linger. Y. 53 ;
CP. 7.

Lende, pp. lent. Ev. 164.

Lende, sb. loin. CP. (5).

Lengar, comp. adj. longer. MM.
276; lenger. Co. 100, 131,
849.

Lenges, imp. s. remain. Ch 2 .
226.

Longest, sup. adj. longest. MM.

39-
Lengore, comp. adj. longer. Hh.

140.
Lent, //. granted, given. CP.

(116
Lere, v. learn. T. 299.



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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



Lere, sb. countenance, features.

CP. (190).

Les, sb. deceit. MM. 83.
Lese, v. lose. FE. 387.
Lesen, v. Icose, release. Hh. 36,

213.

Laser, sb. leisure. FE. 390.
Lest, sup. adj. least. FE. 383.
Leste, v. last. Co. 65.
Let, v. hinder, delay. Hey. 273 ;

Ch 2 . 407 ; pp. hindered. CP.

(337).
Lete, v. let, allow. Co. 8 ; CP.

(363); imp. s. KJ. 2114; lett

bren, cause to burn. T. 606.
Lete, v. deliver. CP. (318).
Lette, v. refrain. CP. (121); pr.


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