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Thou, conj, though. CP. (344).
Thought, sb. sadness, anxiety.

Sk. 1995.
Thowth, sb. thought. MM. 633 ;

CP. (48).
Thoys, dem. adj. those. MM.

1388.
Thred, num. adj. third. KJ.



Threde, sb. thread. Hey. 260.
Threpe, pr. 2 //. chide, dispute.

Y. 114.

Threttye, num. thirty. Co. II.
Thridde, num. adj. third. Hh.

45, 74-

Thrist, sb. thirst. Hh. 50.
Thritti, num. thirty. Hh. 45.
Throwe, sb. while, time. CP.

("3). (H7).

Thryfe, v. thrive. T. 27.
Thryst, v. thrust. Ev. 825.
Thryst, sb. thirst. MM. 492 ;

thryste. Co. 13.
Thu,pron. thou. KJ. 2078, 2100,

2105.
Thyder, adv. thither. Ev. 675,

918.



Thylke, adj. that. Hey. 44, 46.
Thynkes, pr. 2 s. thinkest. MM.

591-

Till, prep. to. Ch 1 . 47.
To, num. two. MM. 68 ; CP.

(34)-

Tocken, sb. token. Ch 1 . 31 1, 318.
Toddes, sb.pl. toads. MM. 1199.
To-dyghte, pp. committed to.

Y. 98.
Togyder, adv. together. Ev. 666,

677; Hey. 285.
Toke, //. took. Ev. 848.
Token, sb. parable. T. 331.
To medys, conj. provided that.

CP. (I 9 7).

Ton, adj. the one. CP. (28), (38).
Tone, adj. the one, though used

with the definite article, ' the

tone.' Hey. 579.
Tong, sb. tongue. MM. 278;

tonge. Ch 1 . 234; MM. 1530.
Too, sb. toe. CP. (209).
Torke, sb. Turkey. MM. 1435.
Tother, the, i. e. that other. CP.

(39).

Towe, num. two. Ch 1 . 121.
To-whyls, adv. whilst. Y. 62.
Traysh, sb. trash. KJ. 1389.
Treey, sb. tree. Ch 1 . 89.
Tremyll, v. tremble. MM. 1554.
Treubelacyon, sb. tribulation.

MM. 1534.

Trew, adj. true. MM. 66, 603.
Trobylled, //. troubled. MM.

269.
Trone, sb. throne. Ev. 637 ; CP.

(43)-

Trost, sb. trust. MM. 634, 1214.
Trotte, sb. old woman. Th. 501.
Trow, adj. true. CP. (212).
Trye, adj. pure, refined. CP. (81),

(216).

Tryfellys, sb. pi. trifles. FE. 1 7.
Twyne,/r. i s. separate. Y. 153.
Tyde, sb. time, MM. 273, 1442.
Tympanye, sb. dropsy. KJ. 2117.
Tyne, adj. tiny. T. 735.
Tyte, adv. quickly ; as tyte, as

quickly as may be. T. 638.
Tytte, sb. teat. Th. 73.
Tytyll, sb. title, name. MM. 603.



348



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



tr.

Unbuxumnes, sb. disobedience.

Y. 123.
TJnchende,o!(^'. unkind, unnatural?

or for #/z^/,uncourteous. CP.

(13).

Underfoe, z/.undertake. Ch. 1 67.
412.

Underfonge, v. undergo. Ch 2 .

TJnkende, adj. unnatural. 00.67.

TJnkynde, adj. unnatural. Co.
59; Ev. 23; unkind. Ev. 310.

TJnlykynge, adj. in poor condi-
tion. Sk. 1984.

Unneth, adv. scarcely. FE. 19.

Unrightes, sb. unrighteousness.
Ch 1 . 142.

TJnthryvandly, adv. in vain, un-
thrivingly. Y. 114.

Unyte, sb. unity. MM. 620.

V.

Vagys, sb. pi. strayings. Sk.

1947.

Vayne, sb. vein. Hey. 548.
Velyarde, sb. old man, dotard.

Sk. 1903.
Vengeabyl, adj. vengeful. Co.

105.

Venter, v. venture. Ev. 484.
Vernage, sb. wine of Verona.

MM. 480.
Veryabyll, adj. variable. MM.

59.595-
Violatt, //. violated, polluted,

foul. MM. 1557.
Vyage, sb. voyage. Ev. 249, 674.

782.
Vyand, sb. food. FE. 465.

W.

"Walter, v. welter, roll about. Sk.

1936.

"Wane, sb. wain, waggon. T. 38.
"War, comp. adj. worse. Y. 113.
War, v. were. MM. 1535.
Warande, pr. i s. warrant. Y.

96; KJ. 2105.

"Ware, imp. s. beware. MM. 492.
Ware, v. wear. KJ. 1324.



Warke, sb. work. Y. 15, 17, etc.

warkes. FE. 20.
"Warloo, sb. warlock, wizard. T.

651, 723-
War-rye, v. curse. Ch 1 . 273 ;

wary. T. 19 ; waryd. T. 723.
Wassayle, s. wassail, 'good
. health.' KJ. -2165.
Wast, sb. waste. MM. 487.
Wat, pr. i s. know. Hh. 2 1 7.
Waus,/Awas. CP. (314).
Waxit, pr. s. waxeth, grows. CP.



Waye,/r. 2 pi. weigh. KJ. 2166 ;

wayeth. KJ. 1321.
Wayn, adj. vain. MM. 595.
Wede, sb. attire. CP. (183) ; Hh.

34-
Weder, adv. wither. CP. (177),

(271).
Weders, sb. pi. weathers, storms.

T. i.

Wedyr, adv. whither. CP. (49).
Weeke, adj. weak. Ch 1 . 67.
Weelde, sb. power. Y. 67.
Weendande, pr. p. wending. Y.

96.

Weete, sb. wet, rain. Ch 1 . 95.
Wei, sb. way. Hh. 39, 209.
Weither, sb. weather. Ch 1 . 323,

876.

Weither, sb. wether. Ch 2 . 441.
Weke, adj. weak. Ev. 482.
Welde, v. wield, rule, enjoy. Y.

28, 73; Hh. 108.
Welde, sb. power. Y. 86.
Wele, sb. wealth, well-being.

CP. (79). (335)-

Wele, adv. well. KJ. 2137, 2145.
Weledyng, sb, wielding, rule.

Y. 39; weledande, pr. p. Y. 86.
Well, pr. i s. boil, seethe. Y.

104, 131.
Welth, sb. well-being, salvation.

Y. 3, 28, 85.
Women, sb.pl. women. Ch 1 . 48,

67.

Wende, pp. thought. Ev. 163.
Wendest,/r. 2 s. weenest, think-

est. Hey. 179.
Wene, v. think. CP. (48); cp.

Ch 1 . in; MM. 493 ; wenest,

Ev. 161.



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



249



Wente,//. gone. Y. 105.
Wepyn,^.//. weapons. T. 626.
Wer, pt. 2 s. wast. MM. 673.
Werd, sb. world. CP. (72);

werdes, CP. (68).
Were, v. wear. Ev. 648 ; Th.

55, 129.

"Werely, adv. verily. MM. 675.
Wery, v. weary, grow tired. FE.

5i8.

Weryauns, sb. variance. MM. 92.
Werye, v. war against. Th.

406.

Wes, pt. s. was. Hh. 4.
Westment, sb. vestment. MM.

1183.
Wete, v. know. Y. 67; Ev. 88,

112, 143.

"Wete, sb. wheat. Hh. 131.
Weth, />?/. with. FE. 522.
Wetyn, v. know. CP. (101).
Wexith, pr. s. waxes, becomes.

FE. 460.

"Weyle, v. wail. CP. (173).
Weylle, adv. well. T. 287, 709.
Weyn, pr. \ s. ween. T. 706.
Weyscelles, ^.//.weasels. Ch 1 .

175-
Whan, adv. when. Ev. 641 ;

whane, CP. (45).
What, adv. how. T. I, 298 ;

CP. (405).

Wheder, adv. whether. Ev. 287.
Wheder, adv. whither. Ev. 297.

306.
Wher, pt. pi. were. MM. 369 ;

imp. subj. MM. 1436.
Where, conj. whereas. Hey.

276.

Whyder, adv. whither. Ev. 802.
Who, pron. whoever. MM. 61.
Whorshep, sb. worship. MM.

384-
Whow, adv. how. CP. (13),

(74)-
Whypyng, pr. p. wiping. MM.

640.
Whytly, adv. quickly. MM.

376.

Whytt, sb. bit, atom. CP. (85).
Wiht, sb. wight, man. Hh. 23.
Wike, sb. town, place. Hh. 175.
Winde, v. escape. Hh. 146.



Wist, //. known. Hh. 49.

Wite, v. know. Hh. 71.

"With so that, conj. provided that.

CP. (167).

"Wo, pron. who. MM. 608.
Wod, sb. wood. T. 661.
Wode, adj. mad, furious. CP.

(34) ; Y. 105.
"Wold, wolde, would. Hey. 558 ;

KJ. 1387; Ev. 274.
Wole, woll, will. Co. 14; MM.

488.

Won, v. dwell. Y. 28.
Wonde, v. turn aside from. CP.

(201).
Wonders, adv. wondrously. Ev.

7 ; wonder sly, FE. 329.
Wondydd, pp. wrapped, en-
veloped in. MM. 605.
Wone, v. dwell. Y. 137; Hh.

160; wonen, Hh. 233; waned,

Hh. 46.
Wones, sb. pi. places, dwellings.

Y. 28.
Wondyr, adv. wonderfully. CP.

(SO-

"Woo, pron. who. MM. 609.
Wood, adj. mad. Ch 1 . 254.
Worche, v. work. Ch 1 . 50 ; KJ.

1382.

Word, sb. world. MM. 305, 381.
Worthely, adj. worthy. Y. 17.
Wo so, pron. who so. MM. 57.
Wost, pt. 2 s. knewest. Hh. 73.
Wot, v. know. Ev. 821 ; wote.

Ev. 195, 271 ; wote,/r. s. Th.

150; ivolst. MM. 1216.
Wounder, adv. wondrously. Ch 1 .

57-

Wrake, sb. harm. MM. 380.
Wrawe, adj. angry. Ch 1 . 209.
Wrocken, pp. wreaked. Ch 1 .

320.

Wrokyn,//. avenged. T. 625.
Wrowth, pp. wrought. MM.

305, 6 3i, 1387-

Wrytynge, sb. account. Ev. 187.
Wurkes, sb. pi. works. KJ.

2134-

Wyche,/r0w. which. CP. (107).
Wycke, sb. wickedness. CP. (39).
Wyhylles, sb. pi. wiles. MM.

377-



250



GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



"Wylddyng, sb. wielding, power.

MM. 59.
Wylfull, adj. voluntary. Hey.

23-

Wyn, sb. wine. MM. 485.
Wynche, v. kick. Sk. 2049.
Wynde, v. go. FE. 418.
Wynnyng, pr. p. leading to. Y.

3-

Wyrk, v. work. T. 282.
"Wyrschip, sb. worship. Y. 81.
Wyse, sb. manner. MM. 665.
Wyshyng, pr. p. guiding. Y.

'57-
Wyssande, pr. p. guiding. Y.

152.
Wythly, adv. actively, swiftly.

MM. 270.
Wytt, sb. knowledge, understand-

ingCo. 115; MM. 1213; wytte,

Ch 1 . 29.

Wytte, know. Hey. 85.
Wytystsaufj/r. 2 s. vouchestsafe.

MM. 624.

X.

Xall,/*. s. shall. MM. 64, etc.
Xulde, pt. s. should. MM.

Y.

T,pr. I. KJ. 1322; MM 292.
Ya, adv. yea, yes. CP. (53).
Yarde, sb. stick, rod. Ch 2 . 290.
Yarde, pp. made ready. Ch 1 . 91.
Yare, adj. ready, prepared. T.

715.

Y-beten, //. beaten. Sk. 2043.
Ydolls, sb. pi. idols. KJ. 1352.



Yeinder, adj. yonder. Ch 1 . 214.
Yender, adj. yonder. Ch 2 . 250 ;

MM. 1438.

Yer, adv. ere, before. Th. 328.
Yerth, sb. earth. FE. 332, 340.
Yf, con/, if. FE. 24.
Yinge, adj. young. Ch 2 . 369.
Yle, sb. aisle. KJ. 2114.
Ylle, adv. ill. T. i.
Ymagyn, v. imagine. Hey. 287.
Ynough, adv. enough. Th. 207 ;

ynoughe. Ev. 816.
Yode,//.//. went, ran. T. 517.
Yone, adj. yonder. CP. (391),

(404).

Yower, pron. your. MM. 86.
Yre, sb. ire, wrath. Hey. 59;

Th. 77.
Yrons, sb. pi. irons. Th. 170,

188.

Ys, pr. s. is. KJ. 1313.
Ywys, adv. iwis, certainly. Th.

96, 510; Hey. 553.
Yys, sb.pl. eyes. MM. 640.
Yys, adv. yes. CP. (155), (164).

Z.

3af, //. gave. Hh. 91.
3ates, sb.pl. gates. Hh. 135.
3ateward, sb. porter. Hh. 137.
3 erne, v. guard, take care of.

Hh. 24, 167.
3er, sb. year. Hh. 45.
3erned, //. yearned. Hh. 162.
3if, imp. s. give. Hh. 173.
3if, conj. if. Hh. 121.
3onge, adj. young. Hh. 132.
3oven, //. given. Hh. 177.



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