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imp (= youngling), 253

in a particular ballad, 228

in charge, 222

in few, 175

in fewer offices. 187

in happy season, 226

in his particular, 234

in my condition, 229

in our means, 185

in paper, 187

in poison there is physic,

176
in project of, 186
in the effect of, 192
incensed, 186, 232
incertain, 186



indifferency, 228
infer (= suggest), 253
infinitive, 189
insinewed, 223
instance (= proof), 174,

211, 220
instinct (accent), 174
intelligencer, 225
intended, 223
intervallums, 243
intreasured, 211
invincible, 218
iron man, 225
it (possessive), 182
it is (contemptuous), 199

jade, 173

Jerusalem Chamber, 240
joined-stools, 205
Juvenal, 180

keech, 191

kept by a devil, 231

kickshaws, 242

kindly (= natural), 237

King Cophetua, 251

kirtle, 206

kiss (figurative), 210

knolling, 175

larum, 209

lavish (= loose), 233

lay (= resided), 217

lay by the heels, 183

leather-coats, 249

leather jerkins, 196

leman, 249

Lethe, 244

lewd, 194

libbard, 189

lie (= lodge), 226

lie in the throat, 182

light (= wanton), 207

lighten (= enlighten), 193

lightness (play upon), 181

like (= likely), 188

like (= liken), 191

like as, 244

lined (= strengthened),

186
lisping to his master's old

tables, 206
little (= a little), 209
liver, 184, 230, 253
loathly, 234



look beyond (= misjudge) ,

233
look big, 186

looked (= expected), 181
Lubber's-head, 189
Lumbert Street, 189

mad (= merry), 211
make courtesy, 191
make head, 178
malmsey-nose, 190
malt-worms, 207
mandrake, 179
man-queller, 190
many (noun), 188
mare (= nightmare), 190
marry, 193
Martlemas, 195
me (expletive), 229
medicine potable, 239
mess (= portion), 191
met (= got), 239
mile (plural), 254
mile to the bottom, a, 249
Mile-End Green, 217
minion, 169
miscarried, 222
misdoubts, 224
misordered, 225
mistook, 226
mode, 239
model (= plan), 187
moody, 232
more and less, 179
more fairer, 240
Morton (accent), 174
most stillest, 209
mouldy stewed prunes,

200
much (ironical), 214
mure, 234
muse (= wonder), 223

nail in door, 251

names (= great names),

222
near, 243
neif, 202
Nevil, 210
new-dated, 219
news (number), 176
nice, 223, 176
Nine Worthies, 204
no other, 244
no such matter, 172
noble (coin), 192, 194



ayo Index of Words and Phrases



noise (= musicians), 198
not (transposed), 221
nut-hook, 252

obedience, 239

observance, 228

observed, 232

occasion (metre), 220, 224

occupy, 201

ocean (trisyllable), 209

o'er-reail, 20S

offer (= menace), 225

offices, 1S7

old (intensive), ig8

Oldcastle, 257

omit (= neglect), 232

once (= some time), 250

on an edge, 178

opposite (noun), 187, 219

orchard (= garden), 248

ostentation, 194

other (= others), 214

other his, 233

our valuation, 223

ousel, 211

out (= out from), 193

out-breathed, 175

overlive, 219

over-rode, 173

overween, 222

ovv-ed (= owned), 179

pantler, 205
parcel-gilt, 191
part (= action), 237
part (= depart), 226
partition, 224
passing (adverb), 226
Paul's, 181
pause us, 231
pawned, 226
peasant (= rural), 172
peascod-time, 208
perfectness, 233
perforce, 176, 188, 211, 236
persistency, 194
peruse (= survey), 226
philosopher's two stones,

218
picked (= refined), 224
picking (= petty), 224
please it, [73, 211, 234
pleaseth, 225
Poins his brother, 207
point (= lace), 174
point (= signal), 202



points (play upon), 202

Pomfret, 179

ports (= portals), 236

posts (= horses), 228

pottle-pot, 250

pound (plural), 185, 216

power(= army), 176, 186,

231
powers (= forces), 178,

219, 226
pray for the queen, 257
precepts (=warrants),242
pregnancy, 184
present (= immediate),

223, 229
presented, 244
presurmise, 178
prick (= mark), 214
pricked down, 207
preface, 249
profited, 195
proper (=own), 245
proper fellow of my

hands, 194
proper to, 186
propose (= suppose), 245
puissance (metre), 186,

188, 197
punish by the heels, 183
purchased, 239

quantities, 243
queasiness, 179
quicksilver, 204
quiet o'er-posting, 183
quit (= exempt), 215
quittance, 175
quiver (= nimble), 217
quoif, 176
quoit, 203

racket, 193

ragged (= beggarly), 244

ragged'st, 177

rampalliam, 190

rascal, 199, 252

rash, 233

rebellion (metre), 172

recordation, 197

red lattice, 194

red wheat, 242

religion (metre), 179

remember (= mention),

248
remembrance, 247
rere-supper, 198 |



resolved correction, 224

respect (= regard), 178

rheumatic, 199

rides the wild mare, 205

rigol, 237

ripe (verb), 219

rood (= cross), 211

rotten (= false), 248

royal (coin), 180

royal faiths, 223

Rumour, full of tongues,

171
rushes, 252

sack (play upon), 184
sad (= sober), 243
sadly (= soberly), 247
said I well? 215
Samingo, 250
Saturn and Venus in con-
junction, 206
saving your manhoods,

189
scab (personal), 217
sealed up, 237
sect (= sex?), 199
seldom when, 233
semblable, 243
semper idem, etc., 253
set abroach, 225
set off, 222
set on, 189, 254
seven stars, 202
sherris-sack, 229
ship-boy, 209
shot (= shooter), 216
should (= shall), 256
shove-groat, 203
shrewd, 204
Shrove-tide, 249
si fortune, etc., 202, 255
sicked, 235

sights (of helmet), 222
since (=when), 215
since when? 200
Sincklo, 251
single (play upon), 184
Sir Dagonet, 217
Sisjers Three, 204
Skogan's head, 212
slippery clouds, 209
slops (= breeches), 180
smooth-pates, 180
sneap, 191

so (omitted), 179, 209, 223,
224



Index of Words and Phrases 271



so (= so be it), 215
soft silencing, 245
something a, 184
son (play upon), 214
soon at night, 254
south (= south wind) , 208
speak fair, 244
speak in your state, 245
speaking thick, 197
spit white, 1S5
stained with travel, 253
stand my good lord, 229
stand the push, 193
state of floods, 248
staying question, 174
stiff-borne, 178
still-stand, 197
stomach, 176, 234
stop (of pipe), 172
strained (= excessive),

strange-achieved, 237

sfatagem, 173

strengthless, 176

strengths (concrete), 188

studied, 193

.success (= succession) ,
225

successively, 240

sufferance, 252

sullen (of sounds), 175

supplies (= reinforce-
ments), 186, 225

supposed, 239

Surecard 214

suspire, 236

swaggerers, 199

sway, 219

sweet o' the night, the,
249

swinge-bucklers, 211

sworn brother, 218

'tis merry in hall, etc.,

249
tables (= note-book) , 206,

224
take not the heat, 207
take on me as, 220
take order, 214



take up (= encounter),
188

take up (= get on trust),
180

take up (=!evy), 225

taking your part, 245

tall (= stout), 213, 243

tame cheater, 200

tap for tap, 193

teach (= prompt), 239

tell (play upon), 183

tempering, 231

terms (legal), 243

tester, 217

Tewksbury mustard, 205

the heart 's all, 249

theme (= matter), i85

thereafter as they be, 213

thews, 216

thin man in a censer,
252

this little kingdom, man,
230

thou wert better, 182

three-man beetle, 185

tidy, 204

tilly-fally, 200

tirrits. 204

title-leaf, 174

to (= according to), 221

to (= for), 214

to the eyes, 210

toward (= at hand), 204

toys (= trifles), 202

trade (= activity), 178

transformed him ape, 194

traverse (= march), 216

trigon, 206

trimmed in thine own de-
sires, 188

trip the course of law, 245

TurnbuU Street, 217

twenty, 196

two points, 200

unfathered heirs, 235

unfirm. 188

united vessel of their

blood, 232
unseasoned, 211



usurpation (metre), 174
utis, 198

vail his stomach, 176
valiant (trisyllable), 197
vaward, 184

venom of suggestion, 232
vice (= grasp), 189
Vice's dagger, 218
virtuous, 237

wanton (= luxurious),

176
warder (= truncheon),

222
wassail candle, 183
watch-case, 209
well conceited, 242
well encountered, 225
well invested, 231
wen, 195

what (= who), 173
what (=why), 172, 173,

182, 190
Wheeson, 191
whiles, 225
whipping-cheer, 252
who (= which), 248
whoreson, 182
will not out, 250
William cook, 242
winking, 186
with (=by), 179
with safety, 236
within a ken, 222
witnessed usurpation, 174
woe-begone, 174
woman's tailor, 214
womb (= belly), 228
Woncot, 242
woo't, 190
wrought (form), 234

yeaforsooth knave, 180
year (plural), 215
yeoman, 189
yet (transposed), 209
you (expletive), 216

zeal of God, 225



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