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In the Glossary as printed in the quarto edition, some of the words
appear in slightly diilerent forms. In the present reprint, only those forms
are retained which occur in the later version.

The abbreviations will be readily understood. Thus atf/. = adjective ;
acfv. = adverb ; prep. = preposition ; pr. /. = present tense ; p. t. = past tense ;
/r. /». = present participle; p.p. past participle; />/. = plural; s. = substantive
or singular; f. = verb (infinitive mood).



Abac, adv. back, backwards, Ps. ix,

4; xlii. 2; i.e. to flight, Ps. xvii.

41.
Abiden, pr. t. pi. wait on, Ps. ciii.

27 ; p. t. Abood, waited, waited

for, Job XXX. 26 ; Ps. xxxix. i ;

liv. 9; cxviii. 166; remained,

Ps.cv.ii ; /»/. abididen, aboden,

Ps. cv. 13 ; cxviii. 95.
Abiding, s. expectation, Ps.xxxviii.

8.
Afer, adv. afar. Job ii. 12.
Aferd, p. p. afraid. Job iv. 14;

xi. 19.
A-fiere, adv. on fire, Prov. xxx, 5.
Agreggid, p. p. made heavy. Job

xxiii. 2.
Aisch, aische, s. ashes. Job xiii.

12; xxx. 19; pi. aschis, Ps. ci.

10.
Alargidist, p. t. 2 p. madest large,

Ps. xvii. 37; p.p. alargid, Ps.

iv. 2.
Alemaunde-tre, s. almond-tree,

Eccles. xii. 5.
Almeest, almest, adv. almost, Ps.

Ixxii. 2 ; xciii. 17.
Altherhijeste, adj. most high,

very high, Ps. Ivi. 3; l.xxxvi. 5;

xc. 9.



Al to-breke, v. to break in pieces

entirely, Job ix. 17; imp. Job

vi. 9 ; p.t. al tobrak. Job xxix.

17; p. p. al to-broke, al to-

brokun, Job iv. 10; Ps. iii. 8.
Al to-brese, v. to break utterly in

pieces, Ps. xlv. 10.
Amendide, p.t. amended, set right,

Ps. xvii. 36; p.p. amendid, Ps.

xcv. 10.
Amte, s. ant, Prov. vi. 6 ; pi.

amtis, Prov. xxx. 25.
Anefeld, s. an anvil, Job xli. 15.
Anentis, prep, with, at, before,

Job XXV. 2 ; Ps. xxxvi. 23 ; cviii.

20.
Angwisch, s. anguish, Job vi. 7.
Anoon, adv. presently, as soon as,

Job iii. II ; Ps. xxxvi. 20.
Anoye, i. annoyance, Ps. cxviii. 28.
Anoye, v. to grieve, trouble, Job

ix. 21 ; pr. t. pi. anoien, Ps.

xxxiv. I.
Anyntische, imp. pi. bring to

nought, destroy, Ps. cxxxvi. 7 ;

p. p. anyntischid, brought to

nought, i.e. emptied out, Ps. Ixxiv.

9-
Applis, s. pi. apples, Ps. Ixxviii. i

(Lat. pomonwi).
Arerid, p.p. raised up, Ps. cvi. 25.
Axette, v. to reckon, charge, Job



28o



GLOSSARY.



xli. 18 ; p.t. arrettide, Ps. xxxi.

2 ; pi. arettiden, Job xxx. 7 ;
p. p. arettid, arrettid. Job xviii.

3 ; Ps. cv, 31.

Arewis, arowis, s.pl. arrows, Job

vi. 4 ; Ps. vii. 14.
Armeris, armuris, i. pi. armour,

Ps. xxxiv. 2 ; xlv. 10.
As ... so and, as . . . even so,

Prov. xix. I?.
Asaie, iinp. try, prove, Ps, xxv. 2.
Ascapide, />. t. escaped, Job i. 15,

16, 17.
Aschis, s.pl. ashes, Ps. ci.io. See

aisch.
Aseelid, p.p. sealed, S. Sol. iv. 12.
Aslepid, p.p. asleep, Prov. xxiii.

34.
Aspie, V. to lay wait for, watch

privily, Ps. xxxvi. 12.
Aspies, s. pi. spies, ambush. Job

xxxi. 9 ; Ps. ix (x). 8.
Astorid, p. p. made ready. Job

xxix. 20 (Lat. instaurahittir).
Auauntith, pr. t. boasts, Prov.

xxviii. 25.
Auerouse, adj. avaricious, Prov. i.

19 ; xxix. 4.
Avoidid, p. p. made void, done

away, Job xv. 4.
Avouter, s. adulterer, Job xxiv. 15.
Auowis, avowis, s. pi. vows, Ps.

xlix. 14; Iv. 12.
Avowtreris, s. pi. adulterers, Ps.

xlix. 18.
Auter, 5. altar, Ps. xxv. 6 ; xlii. 4.
Axe, V. to ask, seek out, Job xxxi.

14 ; pr. t. pi. axen, Ps. x. 5 ;

p. t. pi. axiden, Ps. xxxiv. 1 1 ;

civ. 40 ; imp. ax, Job xii. 7.
Axere, s. asker. Job iii. 18; xxxix.

7-
Axyng, s. a petition. Job vi. 8 ; pi.

ax3ragis, Ps. xix. 7 ; xxxvi. 4.
A5on, adv. again. Job i. 21.
Ajenbiere, s. redeemer. Job xix.

2^ ; Ps. xviii. 15.
A3enbieth, pr. t. redeems, Ps. vii.

3 ; imp. asenbie, ajeyn-bie,

Ps. xxv. 11; cxviii. 134; p.p.



ajenbouBt, a5erL-bou5t, Job xv.
31 ; Ps. xxx. 6.
ABenclepe, imp. call again, Ps. ci.

25-

Ajens, asenus, prep, against. Job
i. 22 ; xxxiii. 13 ; Ps. ii. 2.

A5enseie, v. to contradict. Job xi.
10.

Ajenseiyngis, s.pl. contradictions,
Ps. xvii. 44.

A5enstood, p. t. withstood, re-
sisted, Job ix. 4 ; pr. p. asen-
stondynge, Ps. xvi. 8.



Bareyn, adj. childless. Job xxiv. 2 1 .
Bedstre, s. bed, couch, Ps. vi. 7 ;

xl. 4.
Been, s.pl. bees, Ps. cxvii. 12.
Beete, v. to beat, Ps. cxxviii. 4 ;

pr. t. betith. Job ix. 23 ; p. t.

pi. beeten, Prov. xxiii. 35; p.p.

betun, Ps. Ixii. 5.
Ben, pr. t. pi. are, Job iii. 8 ; Ps.

ix. 21 ; xxxvii. 5; Ixxii. i ; p.p.

be. Job xviii. 3.
Bere, pr. t. bear. Job xiii. 14; pi.

beren. Job ix. 13; p. t. bar.

Job iii. 10; ix. 5; /)r./>. berynge.

Job ix. 26 ; p.p. borun, Job i. 2 ;

xi. 12.
Bernacle, s. a bit or snaffle for a

horse (Lat. camus), Ps. xxxi. 9 ;

Prov. xxvi. 3.
Bernes, s.pl. barns, Prov. iii. 10.
Betyngis, s. pi. stripes, blows,

plagues, Job xix. 6; xlii. 15;

Ps. xxxi. 10; xxxvii. 18; Ixxxviii.

33-
Biclippe, imp. pi. embrace, Ps.

xlvii. 13; pr.t.pl. biclippen.

Job xxiv. 8.
Bie, s. a necklace, Prov. i. 9.
Bie, V. to buy, Prov. xvii. 16.
Biere, s. a buyer, Prov. xx. 14.
Bifelde, p.t. befell, Job iii. 25 ; p.p.

bifelde. Job ii. 11.
Bifor-come, irap. anticipate, Ps.

xvi. 13 J p.p. bifor-come, Ps.

XX. 4.



GLOSSARF.



281



Bifore ocupie, v. to pre-engage,

Ps. xciv. 2.
Bifore-se, v. to foresee, Eccles. iv.

13; p.p. bifor seien, Ps. cxxxviii.

4-
Bifore synge, v. to lead the chant,

Ps. cxlvi. 7.
Bifore take, ifnp. take first or

beforehand, Ps. Ixxviii. 8 ; p. t.

bifore took, Ps. Ixxvi. 5.
Biheest, s. a promise, command,

Ps. Iv. 10; Eccles. iv (v). 3.
Bihetith, pr. t. promiseth, Job

xvii. 5; Prov. xii. 18; p. p-

bitdjt, Prov. vi. i.
Bibolde, p.p. beheld. Job i. 8.
Bihynde, adv. backwards, Ps. xliii.

II.
Bijs, s. silk, Prov. xxxi. 22.
Bikenen, pr. t. pi. beckon, make

signs, Ps. xxxiv. 19.
Bilden, p. t. pL built, Job iii. 14.
Bimowe, v. to mock, Ps. ii. 4.
Biriels, s. pi. tombs, burying-places,

Job XV. 28 (Biriels is properly

a sing, form, but is here used to

translate Lat. tumulos. A. S. bur-
gels, a burying-place).
Biriede, p.t. buried, Ps. Ixxviii. 3.
Birthe, s. increase, Ps. cvi. 37

(Lat. nativitatis).
Birthun, .s. a burden, Ps. xxxvii. 5.
Bisched, p.p. covered, Ps. Ixxxviii.

46 (Lat. perfudisti).
Bisegideu, p.t. pi. besieged, Ps, xxi.

Bisi, adj. careful, Ps. xxxix. 18

(Lat. solicitj/s).
Bisjmesse, s. business, care, Eccles.

i V. 4 ; pi. bisynesses, Eccles. iv. 4.
Bispreynt, p. p. sprinkled, Prov.

vii. 17.
Bitake, v. to deliver, give up, Job

XXX. 23; p.t. bitook, Ps. Ixxvii.

48; p.p. bitakun, Ps. Ixii. 11.
Bithenke, v. to meditate, recollect,

Ps. i. 2 ; xxi. 28; xxxiv. 2S ; p.t.

bithou3te, Ps. xli. 5.
Bitternessis, s.pl. bitter sorrows.

Job xiii. 26.



Biwlappe, v. to wrap, Job xviii. 1 1 .
Blisfulere, adj. cotnp. happier,

F^ccles. iv. 3.
Bloodis, s.pl. bloody deeds, cruel-
ties, Ps. XXV. 9; cv. 39.
Blosme, v. to blossom, Ps. Ixxi. 16.
Bolis, s.pl. bulls. Job xlii. 6; Ps.

xxi. 13.
Bolneth, pr. t. becomes puffed up

or swoln, Job xv. 13; p.t. boln-

yde, Job xvi. 17; pr.p. boln-

ynge, Job xxxviii. il.
Boon, s. bone, Ps. ci. 6 ; cxxxviii.

i^; pi. bonys, boones, boonys.

Job X. II ; Ps. vi. 3 ; Hi. 6 ;

cxl. 7.
Boor, s. a boar, Ps. Ixxix. 14.
Boord, bord, s. a table, Ps. xxii,

5 ; Ixxvii. 19.
Borewe, s. surety, Prov. xx. 16;

//. borewis, Prov. xxii. 26.
Borewe, v. to borrow, Ps. xxxvi.

21.
Botche, s. a boil. Job ii. 7-
Botere, s. butter. Job xxix. 6;

Prov. xxx. 33.
Bouwe, bowe, s, an arch, a bow,

Ps. vii. 13 ; Ixiii. 5 ; Prov. xx. 26.
Bouwe, V. to bend, turn away, Ps.

xlviii. 5 ; p.t. bowide, poured

(Lat. inclinavit), Ps. Ixxiv. 9 ;

//. bowiden, directed (Lat. de-

clinaverunt), Ps. xx. 12; bow-

eden, bowiden, Ps. xiii. 3 ; Hi.

4 ; p. p. bowid, Ps. xxxvii. 7 ;

xliii. 19 ; xlv. 7.
Bowge, s. a bottle, Ps. cxviii. 83,
Bowiden, p. t. pi. directed, Ps. xx.

12 (Lat. declinaverunt). See under

Bouwe.
Breed, s. bread, Ps. xxxvi. 25 ;

ciii. 14.
Breede, s. breadth, Ps. xvii. 20.
Breide, v. to draw, pull, Ps. xxiv.

15-

Brekyng, s. breach, gap, Ps. cv.
23 (Lat. in con/ractione in con-
spec tu ejus).

Brenneth, pr.t. burns, Ps. ii. 14;
imp. brenne, Ps. xxv. 2 ; p.t.



282



GLOSSARY.



brente, Ps. cv. i8 ; pi. brenten,
Ps. Ixxiii. 7 ; pr. p. brermynge,
brynnynge. Job xxvii, 21 ; Ps.
Ixxxii. 15 ; ciii. 4; p.p. brent.
Job i. 5 ; Ps. ix (x). 2.

Brere, s. a briar, Job xxxi. 40.

Brid, s. a bird, a young bird, Job
V. 7; //. briddis, briddys,
bryddis, Job xxxv. 1 1 ; xxxviii.
41 ; Ps. Ixxxiii. 4; cxlvi. 9.

BriBtnessis, s. pi. splendors, Ps.
cix, 3.

Brochis, s.pl. brooches, S. Sol. i. 9.

Broddeste, adj. superl. broadest,
Job xxxvi. 16.

Bruk, s. a locust, Ps. civ. 34 (Lat.
hruchns).

Brymston, s. brimstone. Job xviii.
15; Ps. X. 7.

Buckis of geet, s. pi. he-goats,
Ps. Ixv. 15. See under Geet.

Buriowne, v. to produce, germin-
ate, Job xiv. 9.

Buschis, s.pl. bushes. Job xxx. 7.

Buylith, pr. t. boileth, Prov. xv. 2 ;
p. t. pi. buyliden, Job xxx. 27.

Bythenke, v. to meditate on, re-
collect, Ps. xxxvii. I. See Bi-
thenke.



Caitifte, s. captivity, Ps. xiii. 7 ;

Hi. 7 ; Ixvii. 19.
Calengynge, /r. /). accusing, Prov.

xxviii. 3.
Cartel, s. cinnamon, Prov. vii. 17.
Capparis, s. the caper-shrub (Lat.

capparis), Eccles. xii. 5.
Capret, s. a wild goat, S. Sol. ii. 9 ;

pi. capretis, S. Sol. ii. 7.
Careyn, s. a carcase, Job xxxix. 30.
Castels, s.pl. tents, camp, Ps. Ixxvii.

28 ; cv. 16.
Castyng afore, s. forethought, Job

xxxiv. 27.
Catel, s. substance, goods, Ps. cviii.

II ; Prov. i. 13.
Caudron, s. cauldron, Ps. cvi. 9.
Cautelouse, adj. cautious, crafty,

Job V. 13.



Celeris, s.pl. cellars, S. Sol. i, 3.
Cesoun, s. season, Eccles. viii. 6.
Chaier, s. chair, seat, Ps. cvi. 32.
Chalenge, s. accusation, Prov. xxviii.

16; pi. chalengis, Eccles. iv. i.
Chalengere, s. accuser, Ps. Ixxi. 4 ;

pi. chalengeris. Job xxxv. 9,
Chare, s. chariot, Ps. Ixvii. 18 ; pi.

charis, Ps. xix. 8.
Cbargiden, p. t.pl. regarded, Prov,

i. 25.
Chariouse, adj. chargeable, bur-
densome, Prov. xxvii. 3.
Cbaungyng, s. changing, Ps.

Ixxxviii. 52 (Lat. commtitatio'

nein) ; pi. chaungyngis, ex-

changings, Ps. xliii. 13.
Cheer, chere, s. countenance, face.

Job iv. 16; Ps. iv. 7; x. 8; pi.

cheris, looks, Ps. liv. 22.
Chees, p. t. chose, Job vii. 15 ; Ps,

xxiv. 1 2 ; xxxii. 12; pi. cheesi-

den. Job vii. 15; p.p. chose,

Ps. Ixiv. 5.
Chere, s. face. Job iv. 16. See

Cheer.
Childith, pr. t. bringeth forth chil-
dren. Job xxiv. 21; p.t. chil-

dide, Ps, vii. 15.
Chirche, s. assembly, Ps. xxxix. 10 ;

Ixxxviii, 6 ; cvi. 32 ; pi. chirchis,

Ps. Ixvii. 27.
Chyne, s. an opening, chink, breach

in a wall, S. Sol. ii. 14,
Clees, s. pi. hoofs, lit. claws, Ps.

Ixviii. 32.
Clei, s. clay. Job xiii. 12.
Clenner, adj. comp. cleaner, purer.

Job iv. 17; superl. clenneste,

Prov. iii. I4.
Clennesse, s. cleanness, Ps. xvii.

21.
Clepe, V. to call. Job xii, 4 ; p. t.pl.

clepiden. Job i. 4; pr.p. clep-

ynge, Job ix. 16.
Clere, adj. splendid, bright, Ps.

XV. 6.
Cleuede, p. t. cleaved, Ps, Ixii. 9,
Closyngis, s, pi. leaves of a gate,

Prov. viii. 3.



GLOSSARr.



283



Clothide, /». /. put on, Ps. cviii .18.

Glottis, s. pi. clods, Job xxviii. 6 ;
xxxviii. 38 ; xxxix. lO.

Cocatrice, s. a basilisk, Ps. xc. 13.

Coffyn, s. a basket (Lat. cophitms),
Ps. Ixxx. 7.

Colle, V. to embrace, Eccles. iii. 5.

Collyngis, s. pi. embraces, Prov.
vii. 18 ; Eccles. iii. 5.

Comelyng, s. a stranger, Ps. xxxviii.
14 ; xciii. 6 ; pi. comelingis,
Ps. civ. 12.

Compunct, p.p. filled with com-
punction, Ps. iv. 5 ; xxix. 13.

Comun, p.p. come, Job i. 6.

Comynalte, s. community, state,
Prov. xxix. 2,

Comyne, v. to commune, Ps. cxl. 4.

Comynte, s. commonalty, com-
munity, Job xxiv. 9.

Coniectere, s. diviner, Prov. xxiii. 7.

Consuls, s.pl. chief men, Job iii.
14.

Conuenticulis, s.pl. conventicles,

Ps. XV. 4,

Coolis, s.pl. coals, Ps. xvii. 13.
Coordis, s.pl. lines, Ps. xv. 6. See

Corde.
Coostis, s.pl. coasts, Ps. vii. 7.
Coote, s. coat, Job xxx. 18.
Cop, coppe, s. top. Job xxii. 13;

Ps. Ixvii. 22; pi. coppis, Prov.

viii. 2.
Corde, s. line, Ps. cxxxviii. 3 (Lat.

funicuhwi) ; cord of delyng,

line of separation, Ps. Ixxvii. 54 ;

pi. coordis, Ps. xv. 6.
Corour, s. a courier, runner, Job ix.

25. See Currour.
Cos, s. a kiss, S. Sol. i. I ; pi. cossis,

Prov. xxvii. 6.
Coueitiden, p.t.pl. lusted, Ps. cv.

14.
Couenable, adj. suitable, Ps. ix (x).

I ; xxxi. 6.
Couent, 5. assembly, Ps. Ixiii. 3 ;

pi. couentis, Ps. xv. 4.
Coiimfortid, p. p. strengthened, Ps.

cxxxviii. 6, 17; cxli. 7? cxlvii.

13-



Couplis, s. pi. beams, rafters, S.
Sol. i. 16.

Cratche, s. stall, crib, Job vi. 5 ;
xxxix. 9.

Crist, adj. anointed, Ps. xvii. 51 ;
xix. 7 ; xxvii. 8 ; pi. cristis,
anointed ones, Ps. civ. 15.

Cristal, s. ice, Ps. cxlvii. 17.

Critoiins, s.pl. refuse of the frying-
pan, Ps. ci. 4. ' Cretans, the
crispie pieces or mammocks, re-
maining of lard, that hath been
first shred, then boyled, and then
strained through a cloath;' Cot-
grave. The Vulgate has cremium^
firewood.

Crokid, adj. curved. Job xxvi. 13.

CroMden, p.t.pl. turned away, Ps.
xvii. 46.

Cruddid, p. p. clotted, ///. curded.
Job X. 10 ; Ps. Ixvii. 16, 17
(Lat. coagidatos).

Culuer, s. a dove, Ps. liv. 7 ; Iv. i.

Cumpas, in his, our, &c. round
about him, us, &c., Ps. xvii. 12 ;
xliii. 14.

Cumpas, V. to go about, Ps. Iviii. 7.

Currour, s. a runner, courier, Prov.
xxiv. 34. Sec Corour.

Cursidnesse, s. misery, Ps. xiii. 3.



Dai sterre, s. the morning-star,

Job xxxviii. 32.
Dameselis, 5. damsels, Ps. Ixvii. 26.
Dampne, v. to condemn, Job ix.

20 ; Ps. xxxvi. 33.
Dasewide, p. t. grew dim. Job

xvii. 7.
Deboner, adj. mild, meek, Ps.

xxiv. 9.
Deedli, adj. mortal. Job xxxvi. 31.
Defautis, s.pl. faults, Ps. xviii. 14.
Defoule, v. to tread down, destroy,

detile, Ps. cxxxviii. 11 ; p.p. de-

foulid. Job xiv. 2 ; Ps. ix (x). 5.
Delices, s. pi. delights, luxuries.

Job xxx. 7.
Delitable, adj. delightful, Ps. Ixvi.

I ; Eccles. xi. 7.



284



GLOSS A RF.



Delite, v. to delight, Ps. xxxiv. 9.
Delitingis, s.pL delights, Ps. xv.

10.
Delueden, p.t.pl. dug, pierced, Ps.

xxi. 17; Ivi. 7.
Deme, v. to judge, Ps. ix (x). 18 ;

pr. I. pi. demen, Ps. ii. 10 ; p. t.

demyde, Eccles. iv. 3 ; p. p.

demyd, Ps. ix. 20.
Departe, v. to divide, Job xxi. 17 ;

p. t. departide, parted, distin-
guished, Ps. cv. 33 (Lat. dis-

iinxit); pr. p. departynge, Ps.

xxviii. 7.
Departyngis, s. pi. divisions, Ps,

cxxxv. 15.
Depraueden, p. t. pi. turned to evil,

Prov. i. 30.
Dereworth, dereworthe, adj.

precious, Prov. v. 19; S.Sol, ii.

7 ; superl. derewortheste, S.

Sol. v. I.
Derlyng, s. darling, S. Sol. ii. 9 ;

pi. derlyngis, Ps. lix. 6.
Destrie, pr.t.subj. mayst destroy,

Ps. viii. 3; p.p. distried, dis-

tryed, Job iv. 11 ; Ps. x. 4.
Deuel, s. devil, Ps. cviii. 6.
Diseseful, adj. troublesome, Ps.

xxxiv. 13.
Dispisable, adj. worthy to be des-
pised, Prov. xviii. i.
Disseit, i. deceit, Ps. xl. 10,
Disseruyng, s. deserving; bi dis-

seruyng, deservedly, Ps. vii. 5.
Dissymelith, pr. t. dissembles,

Prov. xii. 16; p.t. dissjnnilide,

Job iii. 26.
Distried, distryed, p.p. destroyed.

Job iv. II ; Ps. X. 4. See De-
strie.
Distriyng, s. destruction. Job v. 21.
Disturble, v. to disturb, confound.

Job xiii. II; Ps. ii. 5; xx. 10;

p. p. disturblid. Job iv. 5 ; Ps.

vi. 1 1.
Disturblyng, s. a disturbance, Ps.

XXX. 21.
Diyngis, s.pl. dyes, colours, Job

xxviii. 19.



Doen, pr.t.pl. do, Ps. Ixxii. 27 ;

p. t. pi. diden, Ps. \. 11; p.p. do,

doon, Jobx. 7 ; xx. 18; Ps.xl. 14.
Dom, doom, s. judgment, Job xxxvi.

6 ; Ps. ix. 8 ; pi. domes, Ps. ix. 1 7.
Domesmen, s.pl. judges, Ps. cxl. 6.
Doo, s. a doe, Prov. vi. 5.
Dou5ter, s. daughter, Ps. ix. 15 ;

pi. dou5tris, Job i. 2.
Draft, s. dregs, Ps. xxxix. 3. \Read

drast ; draft is a false forni].
Drast, s. dregs, Ps. Ixxiv. 9.
Drawith,, pr. t. draw^s towards

him, Ps. ix (x). 9 ; p.t. drouj,

drow, drew. Job xxiv. 22; Ps.

cxviii. 131 ; Prov. vii. 21 ; 2 p.

drowistjPs.xxi. 10; /)/.drowen,

Ps. xxxvi. 14.
Drede, s. disgrace, Ps. Ixxxviii. 41

(Lat. opprohriu7ii) .
Dresse, v. to direct, guide, prepare,

Ps. V. 9; vii. 10; xxiv. 9; p.t.

dresside, Ps. xxxix. 3 ; Iviii. 5 ;

p.p. dressid, Ps. xxxvi. 23.
Dressyngis, s. pi. guidances, Ps.

xcviii. 4.
Drit, s. dirt, Ps. cxii. 7.
Droof, p. t. drove, Ps. xxxiii, I ;

pi. driueden, Job xxiv. 3 ; p. p.

dryuun. Job xiii. 12.
Duellen, pr. t.pl. dwell, Ps. Ixxiv. 4.
Duyk, s. leader, prince, Job xxix.

10; Prov. ii. 17; pi. duykis,

Ps. Ixvii. 28.
Dyuerseli, adv. in diverse direc-
tions, apart, Ps. xliii. 11.
Dyuersitee, s. divers colours, Ps.

xliv. 10 ; pi. dyuersitees, Ps.

xliv. 14.
Dyuynyng, s. a divination, Prov.

xvi. 10.

E.

Eddre, s. an adder, Eccles. x. 8.
Eeld, eld, elde, adj. old, Job xiv.

8 ; Ps. vi. 8 ; xxxi. 3 ; xxxvi. 25 ;

comp. eldre, Ps. cvi. 32.
Eelde, s. age, Ps. xci. 11.
Eerbe, 5. an herb, Ps. Ixxxix. 6 ;

pi. eerbis, Ps. xxxvi. 2.



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Eere, s. the ear, Ps. xvi. 6; pi.

eeris, Ps. v. 2.
Eere ring, s. earring, Job xlii. 11.
Eete, ete, v. to eat, Ps. ci. 5 ;

cxxvii. 2; p.t. eet, Ps. xl. 10;

Ixxvii. 45 ; pi. eeten, Job xlii,

II; pr. p. etynge, Ps. cv. 20;

p.p. etun, Job vi. 6.
Eft, adv. again, Job vii. 4 ; Ps.

xxvi. 8.
Eir, s. air, sky, Job xii. 7 ; xxxv. 5.
Eirun, s.pl. eggs. Job xxxix. 14.
Eijte, eijthe, eighth, Ps. vi. i

(Vulg. pro octava) ; xi. I.
Eijtetithe, eightieth, Ps. Ixxx. i.
Eld, adj. old, Ps. xxxvi. 25. See

Eeld.
Ellis, else, but, Job ii. 5.
Enclynannt, pr. p. disposed, Prov.

xxix. 22.
Enerite, v. to inherit, Ps. xxiv. 13 ;

xxxvi. 9.
Enforsenj/T././)/. endeavour, strive,

Job vi. 27 ; xiii, 8.
Enhaunse, v. to exalt, lift up, Ps.

xxix. 2 ; p.t. enhaunside, Ps.

xxvi. 6; pr.p. enhaunsyng, Ps.

iii. 4 ; p.p. enhaunsid, Ps. xxxvi.

35 ; Ixxi. 16.
Enquere, v. to inquire into. Job x.

(i\p.p. enquerid, Ps. cxxxviii. 3.
Enserche, v. to search into, Job x. 6.
Ententif, adj. bent upon, attentive.

Job xxix. 21 ; Ps. cxxix. 2.
Ere, V. to plough, Job xxxix. 10;

p. t.pl. eriden, Job i. 14.
Erthe-tileris, s. pi. tillers of land,

Job xxxi. 39.
Eschewith, pr. t. avoids, Prov. xi.

15 ; xvii. 16.
Etere, s. eater, Ps. xli. 5.
Ether, conj, or, Ps. xvii. 40 ; xxxii.

17-
Euel, iuel, iuele, yuel, adj. evil,

Job i. I, 8 ; Ps. Ixxvii. 49 ; cxviii.

loi ; Prov. XV. 26.
Euene, adj. equal, Ps. Ixxxviii. 7 ;

Eccles. iii. 19.
Euene sterre, s. evening-star. Job

xxxviii. 32.



Euene worth, adj. of like value,

Job xxviii. 19,
Euenli, adv, equitably, Job ix. 32.
Euennesse, s. justice, Ps. x. 8.
Euer ethir, euer either, euer

eithir, euere eithir, each,

either, both alike. Job ix. 33 ;

Prov. xvii. 15 ; xx. 12; Eccles.

ii. 14; iv. 3 ; xi. 6.
Euete, s. a lizard, Prov. xxx. 28.



Failide on, p. t. was weak against,

Ps. cxxxviii. 21.
Fallinge-ax, s. a felling-axe, Ps.

Ixxiii. 6.
Fall3nQgis, s. pi. ruins, Ps. cix. 6

(Lat. ruinas).
Palsnessis, s.pl. frauds, Job xiii. 9.
Faujte, p. t. fought, Ps. lix. 2.
Feeld-asse, 5. wild ass, Job vi. 5.
Feerdful, ferdful, adj. terrible,

Job xvi. 10; Ps. xlvi. 3; cv. 22.
Feersnesse, fersnesse, s. force,

assault, fierceness. Job xxii. il;

Ps. xlv. 5.
Fel, felle, adj. subtle, Prov. xii.

23 ; xiii. 16 ; xiv. 15.
Felde, p. t. fell, Job i. 19 ; xvi. 15 ;

pi. felden, fellen, Job i. 15;

Ps. XV. 6 ; Iviii. 4 ; p.p. fallun,

Prov. vi. 3.
Felnesse, s. astuteness, Job v. 13 ;

Prov. i. 4 (Lat. as/u/ia).
Felonye, s. great wickedness. Job

XXXV. 15.
Felouschipid, p. p. associated,

joined, united in, Prov. xxvi. 23.
Fendi.s, s. pi. tiends, Job xx. 2^.
Fetheris, s.pl. wings, Ps. cxxxviii.

Feynere, s. a feigner, Prov. xi. 9 ;

pi. feyneris. Job xxxvi, 13.
Fille, V. to fulfil, fill, replenish,

satisfy. Job v. 12 ; Ps. cix. 6

(Lat. implehit); Prov. v. 19 ; pr.

p. fiUynge, Prov. xxv. 14.
Fischis, s.pl. fishes, Ps. viii, 9.
Fitchid, p.p. fixed, Ps. xxxvii. 3,
Flei, flay, p. t. flew, Ps. xvii. ii.



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Fleischis, s.pl. flesh, Job xiii. 14.
Flete, V. to flow, float, melt, S. Sol.

iv. 16 ; pr. t. fletith, Ps. Ixvii. 3 ;

p. t. pi. fletiden, Ps. xcvi. 5 ; pr.

p. fletinge, fletyuge, Ps. xxi.

15 ; Prov. xviii. 4.
Flotering, s. violent movement,

Ps. liv. 23.
Floure, flowre, v. to flourish, Ps,

xci. 13, 14; cii. 15; p. t. flour-

ide, Ps. xxvii. 7,
FloAve, V. to abound, Job xxii. 26.
Flowing, s. a flood, Job xxi. 17.
Folc, s. people, Ps. xlii. I.
Formed, adj. foolish, Job i. 22 ; ii.

10.
Forsake, p.p. forsaken, Ps. ix. 11,
Forseid, pp. aforesaid, Ps. xviii. 14.
For-whi, forwhi, for-wlii and,

conj. because, for, wherefore. Job

xiii. 16 ; xxi. 21 ; Ps. ix (x). 3 ;

xxxix. 3 ; Prov. iv. 3.
For5aten, p.t.pl. forgot, Ps. xliii.

21 ; p.p. forsete. Job xix. 14 ;

Ps. ix (x). II ; xliii. 18.
Forjoue,/). p. forgiven, Ps. xxxi. 5.
Foulere, s. a taker of birds, Prov.

vi. 5.
Frendesse, s. a female friend, Prov.

vii. 4; S. Sol. i. 8.
Fresche, adj. strange, new, Ps.

Ixxx. 10.
Fruyt, s. fruit, Ps. xx. 11.
Ful, adj. full, great; ful out

ioiyng, i. e. ful out - ioiyng,

great exultation, Ps. xli. 5.
Ful, adv. very, Ps. xv. 6.
Ful out, adv. completely, Ps. xx. 2.
Fulli, adj. extreme (lit. full-like),

Ps. xxxi. 7, II.
Fyndyngis, s. pi. inventions, Ps.

xcviii. 8.

G.

GadJLre, v. to gather, Ps. xv. 4.

Geet, geete, s. pi. goats. Job
xxxix. I ; Prov. xxvii. 27; geet-
buckis, he-goats, Ps. xlix. 9.

Gendrith,/»-.^. begets, Eccles. vi.3;
p.p. gendrid, Job i. 13 ; Ps.ii. 7.



Gendrure, s. engendering, Job xl.

12.
Gerfawcun, gerfaukun, s. a kind

of falcon, Job xxxix. 13 ; Ps. ciii.

17.

Gesse, v. to reckon, suppose, Job

xli. 23 ; pr. t. gessith, Job xi.

12; p.p. gessid, Job xiii. 5.
Gestis, &.pl. deeds, Prov. ix. 18.
Giaunt, s. a giant. Job xvi. 15.
Gileftil, adj. deceitful, Ps. v. 7.
Gilefuli, gylefvQli, adv. deceit-
fully, Ps. V. 11; xiii. 3; Prov.

XX. 19.
Gilis, giles, s.pl. guiles, Job xiii.

7 ; Prov. xxvi. 24. See Gyle.
Gilours, s. pi. guileful men, de-
ceivers, Ps. liv. 24.
Gird, p.p. girt; Ps. xvii. 33 ; gird

the leendis, girt round the loins,

Prov. XXX. 31.
Gladith, pr.t. maketh glad, Ps.

xlii. 4.
Glotouns, s. pi. gluttons, Prov.

xxviii. 7.
Gnaste, v. to gnash, Ps. xxxvi. 1 2 ;

p.t.pl. gnastiden, Ps. xxxiv. 16.
Gnawiden, p. t. pi. gnawed, Job

XXX. 3.
Gobelyn, s. a goblin, demon, Ps.

xc. 6.
Goen, goon, pr. t.pl. go, Job xxiv.

5 ; Ps. xi. 9 ; Ixxxvii. 5 ; p.t.

jede. Job i. 12 ; Ps. xviii. 5 ; pi.

5eden, Job i. 4; p.p. go, goon.

Job ii. 2 ; Ps. xxxvii. 5.
Goteris, s.pl. droppings, drops, Ps.

Ixiv. II ; Ixxi. 6.
Gouemails, gouernals, s.pl. go-
vernment, Prov. i. 5 ; xx. 18.
Gouernour, s. a steersman, Prov.

xxiii. 34.
Greces, s. pi. steps, degrees, Ps.

cxix. I.
Grettere, adj. comp. greater, Ps.

cxiii (cxv). 13.
Greuousere, adj. comp. more

grievous. Job vi. 3.
GTntch.e,y. to grumble, Ps.lviii. 16 ;

p. t. pi. grutchiden, Ps. cy. 25.



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Gryndere, 5, a grinder, Eccles. xii.

4 ; pi. grynderis, Eccles. xii. 3.
Gyle, s. guile, Ps. ix {x). 7 ; pi.

gilis, giles, Job xiii. 7 ; Prov.

xxvi. 24.

H.

Haburioun, s. a breastplate, Job

xii. 17.
Haldere, s. possessor, Eccles. v.

10.
Halewide, p. t. sanctified, Job i. 5 ;

p,p. halewid, Ps. xlv. 5.
Halewyng, s. sanctifying, Ps. xxix.

I.
Han, pr. t. pi. have, Job xviii. 3 ;

xxii. 15 ; Ps. V. 1 1.
Hap, s. chance. Job iv. 2.
Hardi, adj. bold, Job xxxvii. 24.
Heed, s. the head. Job i. 20; i.e.

heading, beginning, Ps. xxxix. 9

(Lat. capite).
Heelthe, s. salvation, Ps. lix. 13.

See Helthe,
Heep, s. a heap, S.Sol, vii. 2.
Heer, hair, i.e. foliage (Lat. comam),

Job xiv. 9 ; pi. heeris, heiris,

hairs, Job iv. 15 ; Ps. xxxix. 13.
Heestis, s.pl. commands, Ps. cxviii.

4,6.
Hegge, s. a hedge, Eccles. x. 8 ; pi.

heggis, Ps. Ixxxviii. 41.
Heire, s. sackcloth, Ps. xxxiv. 13;

Ixviii. 12.
Hei3, an heije. See Hij.
Hele, V. to conceal, cover, Prov.

XXV. 2 ; pr. t. helith, Job xlii. 3 ;

Pror. xi. 13; p.p. hilid, Job vi.

21 ; X. 22.
Helpide, p. t. helped, Ps. xciii. 17 ;

p.p. helpid, Ps. Ixxxv. 17 ; Prov.

xviii. 19.
Helthe, heelthe, 5. safety, salva-
tion, Ps. xvii. 36; XX. 2; xxxiv.

3; xxxvi. 39 ; lix. 13.
Hem, pron. them. Job 1.4; ii. 1 1 ;

hem silf, themselves, one an-
other. Ps. Ixxii. 27 ; Prov. xxii. 2.
Hemmes, s.pl. hems, borders, Ps.

xliv. 14.



Hengis, s.pl. hinges, Prov. xxvi. 14.
Her, adj.pro?i. their, Job xxi. 8;

Ps. xxvii. 4 ; gen. hern, theirs, of

them, Job xxiv. 6 ; Prov. xi. 24.
Herie, v. to praise, Ps. xxxiv. 18;


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