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imp. pi. Ps. xxviii. 2 ; p. t. pi.

herieden, Job xxxviii. 7.
Heriyng, s. praise, Ps. viii. 3 ;

XXV. 7.
Herris, s.pl. hinges. Job xxii. 14;

Prov. viii. 26.
Hert, s. a hart. Job vii. 2 ; pi.

hertis, Ps. ciii. 18.
Hertid, p. p. wise, intelligent, Job

xxxiv. 10.
Hertles, adj. foolish, Prov. xii. 8.
Hertli, adj. joyous, Job viii. 21;

Ps. xlvi. 6.
Heuyli, adv. heavily. Job iv. 2.
Hey, s. grass, Ps. xxxvi. 2 ; Ixxi.

16 ; Prov. xxvii. 25.
Hiddlis, s. secret. Job xiii. 10.

(Hiddlis is a sing, form ; A. S,

hydels.)
Hidousnesse, s. horror, Job iv.

13, 15 ; xxviii. 20.
Hilid, p.p. covered, Job x. 22. See

Hele.
Hiling, hilyng, s. a covering, tent,

Job xxiv. 7 ; Ps. xxxv. 8.
Hirt, p.p. hurt, Job xv. 33.
Hirtith, pr. t. stumbles, strikes

against, Prov. xix. 2.
Hirtyng, .s. stumbling, Prov. iv. 12.
Hise, pi. his, Ps. Ixi. 13.
Hi3, hije, heij, adj. high, exalted,

Ps. xii. 8; Ixxvii. 56; Prov. viii.

2 ; comp. hijer, hijere, Job

xxxi. 21; Ps. ciii. 3; .superl.

hijeste, Ps. ix. 3 ; xlv. 5 ; an

hij, an heije, on high, Job v.

11; Ps. vii. 9; Ixxii. 1 1.
Hool, s. a whole condition, sound-
ness. Job xii. 23.
Hool, adj. whole, Job v. 18.
Hooli, hooly, adj. holy, Ps. ii. 6 ;

xix. 7.
Hoolis, s.pl. holes, Eccles. xii. 3.
Hoond, s. hand, Ps. Ixx. 4.
Hoore, s. a whore, Prov. v. 3.



288



GLOSSARV.



Hoornesse,s.hoariness,Prov.xx.29.
Hoose, adj. hoarse, Ps. Ixviii. 4.
Hoot, hoote, adj. hot, Job vi. 17 ;

Ps. xxxviii. 4.
Hous-ooppis, s.pl. house-tops, Ps,

cxxviii. 6.
Hurlid, p. p. dashed down, Ps,

cxvii, 13.
Hurtle, V. to dash down, hurl, Ps.

cxxxvi. 9 ; p. p. hurtlid, Ps,

xxxvi, 24 ; Prov. xxi. 6.
Hynd, s. (?) meaning uncertain, Ps.

xxi. I (Lat. susceptione). (Two

MSS. have a gloss : hynd, that is,

manheed of Crist, that roos a^e/i

in the moroivtijd-)
Hynderere, hyndrere, adj. hin-
der, Ps. Ixvii. 14; Ixxvii. 66.
Hyjnessis, s. pi. heads, tops. Job

xxiv. 24.

I.
lacynctis, s. pi. hyacinths, S. Sol.

V. 14.
langlere, s. a brawler, wrangler,

Ps. cxxxix. 12; Prov. vii. 11.
Impugnyde, p. t. fought against,

Ps. Iv, 2.
loien, /T. t. pi. rejoice. Job iii. 22.
loli, adj. wanton, Prov. vii. 22.
Irohooins, s. pi. hedgehogs, Ps.

ciii. iS.
Iris, s. pi. anger, Prov. xxvi. 10 ;

XXX. 33.
Irun, s, iron, Job xxviii. 2 ; Ps. civ. 1 8.
lubilacioun, s. a rejoicing, Ps. cl. 5.
luel, iuele. See Euel.
lys, s. ice. Job xxxviii. 29.
136) yje, s. eye, Job xiii. i ; xxiv.

15 ; pi. isen, Job ii. 12 ; x, 4 ;

Ps. V. 6.

K.
Kau5t, p.p. caught, Ps. ix. 16.
Kepith, pr. t. heedeth, Prov. xv. 5.
Keping, kepyng, s. a watch, Ps.

xxxviii. 2 ; Ixxxix. 4 ; cxxix. 6.
Kerue, v. to cut, Job xl. 25 ; pr.p.

keruynge, Prov. v. 4,
Keuere, imp. cover, Ps. xvi. 8;

p.p. keuered, Ps. Ix. 5.



Keueryng, kyueryng, s. cover-
ing, Ps. xvii. 36 ; Ixii. 8.

Kien, s.pl. cows, cattle, Ps. Ixvii. 31.

Kitte, imp. let him cut. Job vi. 9 ;
p. p. kit, Job iv. 20 ; vii. 6.

Knouleche, knowleche, v. to
confess, acknowledge, Ps. vi. 6 ;
vii. 18 ; xxvii. 7.

Knoulechyng, s. confession, ac-
knowledgment, Ps. xl. 5.

Knowe, knowrm, p. p. known,
Ps. xix. 7 ; xxxviii. 5 ; /". e. per-
sons known, acquaintance, Job
xix. 13 ; Ps. XXX. 12.

Kny3thod, s. warfare, Job vii. i ;
X. 17.

Kny5tis, s.pl. soldiers. Job xxv. 3 ;
S. Sol. i. 8.

Koude. See Kunne.

Kunne, v. to know, Prov. i. 2 ;
Eccles. vii. 26 ; pr. subj. Job xxiii.
5 ; Prov. i. 2 ; pr. t. kan, Job
xiii. 2; Ps. Ixxxviii. 16; pi.
kunnen. Job viii. 9 ; p.t. koude.
Job xix. 4.

Kunnyng, s. knowledge. Job xiii.
2 ; Ps. xviii. 3 ; xciii. 10.

Kynrede, s. kindred, Ps. Ixxiii. 8.

Kyueryng. See Keueryng.



Ladde. See Lede.

Lambre, lambren. See Lomb.

Latijs, s, a lattice, Prov. vii. 6 ; pi.

latisis, S. Sol. ii. 9.
Lede, v. to lead, Ps. cvii. II ; p. t.

ladde, ledde, lede, Ps. Ixxx. 11 ;

civ. 37; cv. 9.
Leechis, s.pl. physicians, Ps, Ixxxvii.

II.
Leendis, s.pl. loins. Job xxi. 14;

Ps. xxxvii. 18; Prov, xxx. 31.
Leeneth, pr. t. lendeth, Ps. xxxvi.

26 ; cxi. 5.
Leep, s. a basket, Job xl. 26.
Leese, lese, v. to destroy, lose.

Job xiv. 19; Ps. XX. II ; xciii.

23 ; pr. t. leesith. Job xii. 23 ;

p. t. lost, loste, Ps. xliii. 3;



GLOSSARF,



289



Ixxvii. 45 ; pi. losten, Ps. cv. 34 ;

p.p. lost, Ps. Ixxii. 27.
Leesewe, lesewe, s. pasture, Job

xxxix. 8 ; Ps. Ixxiii. l ; xciv. 7.
Leesyng, s. lying, falsehood, Ps. iv.

3; V. 7; Iviii. 13; pi. lesingis,

Prov. vi. 19.
Leeues, s.pl. leaves of a gate, Prov.

i. 21.
Legatis, s. pi. ambassadors, Ps.

Ixvii. 32.
Leiden, p. t. pi. laid, Ps. cxxxix 6 ;

p.p. leid, Ps. cxix. 3.
Leie to, v. add thereto, Ps. xl. 9

(Lat. adjiciei) ; Ps. Ixxvi. 8 (Lat.

apponaf); Prov. xix. 19; ley to,

continue, Ps. Ixxxviii. 23; p. t.pl.

leiden to, added thereto, Ps.

Ixxvii. 17; pr. subj. leie to, at-
tempt, Ps. ix (x). 18.
Leit, s. lightning. Job xx. 25 ; pi.

leitis, leytis. Job xxxviii. 35 ;

Ps. xvii. 15.
Leite, v. to lighten, Job xxxvi. 30 ;

i.7ip. Ps. cxliii. 6.
Leise, v. to laugh, Job v. 22 ; Prov.

i. 26 ; xxxi. 25 ; imp. Job ix. 23 ;

p. t. leiside. Job xxix. 24.
Lei3tir, .s. laughter, Job viii. 21.
Lerne, v. to teach, Ps. civ. 22.
Lerud, p.p. learned, Ps. ii. 10;

Prov. xvii. 27.
Ije.se. See Leese.
Lesewe. See Leesewe.
Lesewid, p.p. pastured. Job i. 14.
Lesingis. Se- Leesyng.
Lettide, p. t. hindered, Ps. Ixxvii.

Lettrure, y. learning, Ps. Ixx. 15.
Ley to. See Leie to.
Leytis. See Leit.
Lie, V. lie, tell lies, Ps. Ixv. 3 (Lat.

mentientur) ; p. t. pi. lieden, Ps.

xvii. 46 ; Ixxx. 16.
Lifthalf, s. left side, Prov. iii. 16.
Lijflode, s. livelihood, Prov. xxvii.

27-
Lijk, lyik, adj. like, Job i. 8 ;

xvi. 4.
Likyng, s. a delight, Ps. xxxv. 9.



Lijt, adj. quick, ready, Prov. xxix.

22,
Li5tne, imp. enlighten, Ps. xii. 4 ;

pr. p. Ii5tnynge, Ps. xviii. 9.
Lijtnere, s. an enlightener, Prov.

xxix. 13.
Li5tnyng, s. ilIumination.Ps.xliii.4.
Lokide, p. t. looked, Ps. ci. 20.
Lomb, s. a lamb, Prov. vii. 22 ; pi.

lambre, lambren, Ps. Ixxvii. 70;

cvi. 41 ; cxliii. 13.
Loof, s. loaf, Prov. vi. 26 ; pi.

looues, Ps. xli. 4.
Loore. See Lore.
Lordschipe, s, dominion, Ps. cii.

22 ; cxliv. 13.
Lore, loore, s. learning, Ps. ii. 12;

xlix. 17 ; cxviii. 66.
Lorun, p.p. lost, i.e. broken, Ps.

XXX. 13.
Loside, p. t. loosed, Job xxxix. 5.
Lost, loste, losten. See Leese.
Lottis, s.pl. lots, Prov. xvi. 33.
Lymes, s.pl. limbs, Job xvi. S.
Lynage, 5. tribe, race, kindred, Ps.

Ixxvii. 67, 68 ; pi. lynagis, Ps,

Ixxi. 17 ; Ixxvii. 55.



Mai, /T. t. can, Prov. iii. 27; 2 p.

maist. Job xxxiii. 5 ; xlii. 2 ; p.

t. pi. nii5ten, myjten, could,

prevailed, Ps. xx. 12; cxxviii. 2.
Maistri, maistrie, raaistrye, $.

mastery, Ps. xii. 5 ; Ii. 9 ; Ixiv. 4.
Maistris, s. pi. masters, Prov. v.

Manaasside, p. t. threatened, Job

xvi. 10.
Mandrogoris, s. pi. mandrakes,

S. Sol. vii. 13.
Mannus, gen, man's, Prov. xviii.

20 ; gen. pi. mennus, Ps. cxiii

(cxvj. 4.
Manquellere, s. a murderer, Ps.

v. 7 ; pi. raenquelleris, Ps. liv.

24.
Mansleere, s. a murderer. Job

xxiv. 14.



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■GLOSS A RF,



Margarite, s. pearl, Prov. xxv.

12.

Mawe, s. stomach, Prov. vii. 22.
Me, man {used imper&oiially), Job

xxxix. 28; Ps. Ixxi. 15; Prov.

xvi. 6.
Meddling, s. mixture, Ps. Ixxlv. 9.
Mede, s. reward, Prov. xi. 18.
Medlen, pr. t. pi. mix, Prov. xviii.

6 ; /. /. meddlide, medlide,

Ps. ci. 10; Prov. ix. 2; p. p.

meddlid, Ps. cv. 35.
Meete, v. to measure, Ps. lix. 8.
Mekith, pr. t. humbleth, Ps. Ixxiv.

9; p. t. mekide, Ps. xxxiv. 13 ;

p. p. mekid, Ps. xxxviii. 3 ; cv.

42.
Mentil, s. mantle, Prov. xxv. 20.
Merow5, s. marrow, Ps. Ixv, 15;

pi. merowiSj Job xxi. 24.
Merueilis, merueiylis, mer-

ueylis, s. pi. marvels, Ps. Ixxi.

18 ; Ixxiv. 3 ; civ. 2, 5.
Merye, myrie, adj. merry, happy.

Job xxi. 23 ; Ps. Ixxx. 3 ; cxi. 5.
Mete, s. meat, Ps. lii. 5 ; pi.

msetis, Ps. xliii. 12 [of meetis

= for meat].
Meyneal, adj. of one's household.

Job vi. 13 ; pi. meyneals, they

of the household, Prov. xxxi. 15.
Meynee, s. household, family. Job

i. 3 ; pi. meynees, Ps. xxi. 28 ;

cvi. 41.
Miche. Sec Myche.
Modirles, adj. motherless, Ps. ix

(X). 18.
Mouestid, p. p. taught, Eccles,

vii. 3.
Monestyugis, 5. //. admonitions,

Prov. xii. 1 1.
Moore trees, s. pi. mulberry-trees,

Ps. Ixxvii. 47 (Lat. moros).
More. adj. co»//). greater, Ps. Ixxxix.

ID ; siiperl. mooste, Ps. xviii. 14.
More, adv. very nmch, thoroughly,

?i. 1. 4.
Morenen, pr. t. pi. mourn. Job v.

11; p. t. pi. morenyden, Job

xxix. 2:;.



Mouth, s. face, countenance, Ps.

xxxiii. I (Lat. vultuyn).
Moreutid, morewtid, morutid,

morwetid, s. morrow, morning,

Job iii. 9 ; xxiv. 17; Ps. xxi. 1 ;

Ixxiii. 16; c. 8 ; /)/. morewtidis,

morutidis, Ps. Ixii. 7 ; Ixxii. 14.
Mouwyng, mowyng, s. mockery,

Ps, xxxiv. 16 ; xliii. I4.
Moujte, s. a moth, Job iv. 19 ;

xiii. 28.
Mow, mowe, v. to be able. Job

xi. 15 J Ps. xvii. 39 ; Eccles. viii.

17 ; pr. t. pi. moun. Job v. i 2 ;

ix. 10.
Mussel, s. a morsel. Job xxxi. I 7 ;

pi. mussels, Ps. cxlvii. 17.
Must, s. new wine. Job xxxii. 19.
Myche, miche, adj. much, great,

Ps. XXXV. 7; Ixvii. 12; cxviii.

16.^.
Myche, adv. much, greatly, very,

Ps. xlvii. 2 ; cii. 8.
Mychilnesse, s. greatness, Ps.

xxxii. 16 ; xlix. 3.
Myddis, mydis, s. middle, Ps.

Ixxiii. II, 12.
Myist, s. mist, Job iii. 5.
Mynde, s. remembrance, memory,

memorial, Ps. ix. 13; xxiv. 7;

xxix. 5 ; xxxiii. 17.
Mynen, pQs,s. pron. pi. my, Ps.

XXX. 16.
Mynen, pr. t. pi. dig through,

undermine. Job xxiv. 16.
Myrie. See Merye.
Myseiste, s. poverty, need, Job v.

21.
Mys turne, v. to pervert, Prov.

xvii. 23.

N".

Naile, imp. transfix, fasten, Ps.

cxviii. 120 (Lat. confige).
Nappe, V. to sleep, Ps. cxx. 4; p.

t. nappide, Ps. cxviii. 28.
Napping, s. slumber, Ps. cxxxi. 4.
Na"W"le, s. the navel. Job xl. ii;

Prov. iii. 8.
Ne, nor, Eccles. ix, ii.



GLOSS A RF',



291



Neisch, neische, n^f/. soft, deli-
cate, Job xxiii. 16 ; Prov. xviii. 9,
Neiyng, i.a neighing. Job xxxix. 19.
Nei3e, v. to approach, Job xxxiii.

22; Ps. xxxi. 6 ; pr. t. pi.

neijen, Ps. xxvi. 2; p. t. nei-

5ede, Ps. liv. 22; //. neijden,

neijeden, neijiden, Ps. xxxvii.

12; cvi. 18; cxviii. 150; iinp.

neijhe, Ps. Ixiii. 8; pr.p. neij-

ynge, Job xxiii. 17.
Nile. See Nyle.
Ni5, prep, near, Ps. Ixxxiv. 10.
No but, no-but, conj. except, Ps.

xciii. 17 ; cxviii. 92 ; Prov.iv. 16.
Noiful, ailj. hurtful, injurious, Ps.

xxvi. 2.
Nol, s. head, neck, Job xv. 26 ;

xvi. 13 ; pi. nollis. Job xiii. 12 ;

Ps. cxxviii. 4.
Nolde. See Nyle.
Noon, no, Ps. iii. 3.
Noot, pr. t. knows not, Job xxviii.

13 ; Ps. xxxviii. 7.
Nosethirlis, nose-thurls, s. pi.

nostrils, Job xxvii. 3 ; xxxix. 20;

Ps. cxiii (cxv). 6.
Nourabriden, p. t. pi. counted,

Ps. xxi. 18.
NoUjt, nothing. Job vii. 16; xvi.

8 ; Ps. xxxii. 9.
Nurische, v. to nourish, Ps. xxx.

4; />. ^ nurschide, Ps. xxii. 2,
Nyle, pr. t. will not, am unwilling.

Job xxiii. 6 ; pi. nylen, Job xxi.

14; p. t. nolde, Job vi. 7; Ps.

XXXV. 4 ; 2 /). noldist, Ps. xxxix.

7; pi. nolden, Job xxxiv. 27;

Ps. Ixxvii. 10; hnp. nile, nyle,

Job X. 2 ; Ps. xxxi. 9; xxxvi. i,

8.
Ny3, adj. near, Ps. xxxiii. 19.
Ny3, adv. near, nearly. Job xiv. 8 ;

Ps. XXXV. 5 ; xliv. 10.
Ny3tis, s, pi. nights. Job ii. 13.



O, oon, one. Job ix. 22; xi. 10;
Ps. xiii. I ; xxi. 21.



Obli.sclien, pr. t. pi. bind, Prov.

xxii. 26.
Occian, s. ocean. Job xxxviii. 30.
Of hard, adv. with difficulty,

Eccles. i. 15 ; iv. 12.
Oldli, adj. old, Job xli. 23.
Owovirid, p.p. honoured, Ps. xxxvi.

20.
Ony, any, Ps. xii. 4.
Onys, adv. once. Job ix. 23; Ps.

Ixi. 12.
Oon. See O.
Oost, s. army, f'jrce, host, Job

xxix. 25 ; S. Sol. i. 8 ; pi. oostis,

S. Sol. vi. 3.
Orguns, s. pi. harps, Ps cxxxvi. 2.
Orrour, 5. fear, horror, Job vii. 14.
Ostrigis, s. pi. ostriches. Job xxx.

29.
Ouercoraynge, pr. p. surpassing.

Job xxxvi. 26.
Ouerer, adj. cotiip. upper, Job

xxxviii. 30.
Ourne, v. to adorn, Prov. xxvi. 23 ;

p. t. ournede. Job xxvi. 13;

p. p. otirned, Ps. cxliii. 12.
Ournement, s. ornament, Prov.

vii. 10.
Out-takun, outakun, prep, ex-
cept, I's. xvii. 32 ; Prov. vii. i.
Out ioiyng, i.e. out-ioiyng, . p. directed, ordered,

Prov. xvi. 33.
Tent, tente, s, attention, heed,

Ps. v. 3 ; Ixviii. 19.
Termes, s. pi. ends, boundaries,

Ps. ii. 8; Prov, xxiii. 10.
Terren, pr. t. pi. provoke, Job

xii. 6 ; p. t. terride, Ps. ix {\).

3 ; pi. terreden, Ps. cv. 7 ; pr.

p. terrynge, Ps. Ixxvii. 8 ; p. p.

terrid. Ps. v. 11.



Terryng, 5. a provoking, Ps. xciv.

9-

Than, thanne, adv. then, Ps.

xviii. 14 ; Ixviii. 5.
Thenke, v. to think, meditate,

thenke for, to meditate on, Ps.

xxxvii, 20 ; pr. t. pi. thenken,

think, Ps. ix (x). 2 ; p. t. pi.

thou5ten, Ps. ii. i.
Theueli,rtc/i'.in a thief-like manner,

furtively. Job iv. 12.
Theues, s. pi. thieves, robbers,

Job xix. 12.
Thicke, adj. crowded, Ps. cxvii.

27.
Thilke, that. Job iii. 14; Ps. civ.

26; j)/. Ps. Ixxii. 12 ; Prov. viii.

3-
Thes, these, Ps. xix. 8,
Tho, thoo, those, they, them, Job

i. 15; Ps, xviii. 12; Ixxvii. 4;

Prov. iv, 22,
Tlioru3, thurj, prep, through. Job

ii 2 ; Ps. cxxiii. 5.
Thou5. conj. though. Job viii. 4;

Ps. xxii. 4.
Thousten. See Thenken.
Threfcne, inf. to. threaten, Ps.

cii. 9.
Threttenthe, thirteenth, Ps. xiii. I .
Threttithe, thrittithe, thirtieth,

Ps. xxx. I ; xxxii. I .
Thridde, third, Ps. iii. I.
Thur^. See Thoruj.
Til in to, prep, until, unto, Ps.

xvii. 51.
Til to., prep, unto, until, Ps. xiii.

I ; XV. 7.
Tilid, p. p. tilled, Prov. xiii. 23.
Tirauntrie, .'-. tyrarniy. Job xv. 20.
Tiyl-stoon, 5. brick, Ps. xxi. 16.
To comyng, ger. to come, future,

Ps. x.vi. 32.
To-fore, prep, before, Ps. Ixxvi. 3.
Token, p. t. pi. took, Ps. xxxix. 12.
Toord, s. dung, Ps. Ixxxii. il.
To-rende, pr. t. tear in pieces.

Job xiii. 14; p. p. to-rent, Ps .

xxix. 1 2.
Touris, s.pl. towers, Ps. xlvii. 13.



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GLOSS A RF,



Translatiden, p. t. pi. copied out,

Prov. XXV. I (Lat, transtule-

ruftt).
Trauailous, adj. laborious, trou-
blesome, Job vii. 3.
Trauel, -s. labour, toil, Ps. xxiv. 18 ;

Ixxii. 5.
Trauele, v. to labour, toil, Ps.

xlviii. 10; p. t. traueilide, tra-

uelide, Job xxxix. 16 ; Ps. vi. 7 ;

p. p. trauelid, Job ix. 29 ; Ps.

CY. 32.
Tre, i. wood, a tree, Job xli. 18 ;

Ps. i. 3; li. 10.
Trewe, adj. true, Ps. xviii. 10.
Trist, s. trust. Job xi. 18.
Trist, triste, ger. to trust, Ps.

cxvii. 8 ; pr. t. triste, Ps. x. 2 ;

pi. tristen, Ps. ii, 14.
Tristili. ot/v. trustfully, confidently,


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