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filed.

Beuelynge, defamation, false ac-
cusation. It signifies, literally,
defiling, 40.

Bcuil, befell, 191.

Beula3ej7, flay, hence to fleece,
rob, plunder, 38 ; A.S. be/lean,
pret. beflog, to flay.

Beulea]>, pi. beulea^ep, rob, fleece,
182, 218; see Beulajef.

Bculef, pi. avoid, 61.

Beuliynge, be-flying, eschewing,
avoiding, 121.

Beulojo, pi, pret, avoided, re-
nounced, 77, 78.



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GLOSSABIAL INDEX.



Beuly, Beiili, to fly from, flee,

avoid, 9, 15, 60, 74, 86, 121,

139, 178, 179, 205; A.S.

hefleon (befleSgan}, to flee away,

escape.
Beuly^f, Beulyjt, avoideth, 73,

75, 136, 226.
Bewepe, to weep.
BewepJ), beweepeth, 51.
Beyende, beyond, 165.
Beyete, begotten, 130, U7, 224;

A.S. be-getan (pt. hegeat^ pp.

hegeaten), to beget.
Bezeche, beseeeb, 194.
Bezechejj, Bezechi]>, pi, beseech,

98, 106, 115.
Bezechinge, petition, 97, 116.
Bezechinges, petitions, 97 ; com-
plaints, 39.
Bezekf, boseecheth, 117.
Bezenge, singe, 230 ; A.S. besen-

gan, to singe.
Bezengf, singes, 230.
Bezet, placed, beset, 102, 152.
Bezest, besettcst, 213.
Bezette, inf, to beset, occupy,

214.
Bezette)), besetteth, 207.
Bezide, beside, 105, 126, 220,240.
Bezuyke, j)2^, beguiled, 76 ; A.S.

beswican, to beguile, deceive ;

O.E. smikcy to deceive, stvikere,

a deceiver.
Bezuykere, traitor, 171.
Bezuykinge, Bezuykyinge, treason,

28, 43 ; deceit, 61.



Bezuykiinges, Bezuykynges,

frauds, 23, 61.
Bezyinge, be-seeing, forethought,

183, 184.
Bi, be, 49, 105, 135, 136, 163,

177, 220.
Bide == bidde, imp, pray, 210.
Bidde, we, let us pray, 127 ; 2nd

pers subj, 114.
Bidde, Bydde, pray, entreat, suiv

pUcate, 1, 5, 7, 49, 52, 87, 99,

194, 207, 209, 210, 211,212;

A.S. biddan.
Biddef, prayeth, 211.
Bidde)), Bydde)), pi pray, 99, 113,

114,116,117, 210,219; imp,

209.
Biddinde, praying, 219.
Biddinge, command, 12 ; en-
treaty, 194.
Biddinges, Biddynges, commands,

38, 42; prayers, 219.
Bied, Bie)), Byof, are, 138, 157,

200, 204.
Bihote. See Behote.
Biginnynge, beginning, 138.
Bileaue, Byleaue, Byleue, belief,

19, 176, 186.
Bint, binds, 15, 33.
Bisemere, scorn; pi, biserneres,

bisemers, mockings, derisions,

22, 52, 58, 156; A,S. bisTner,

reproach, mockery.
Bisemere)), mocketli, 22 ; A.S.

binmenan, to mock, insult
Bisihede, care, 228.



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Bisiuol, busi-ful, officious, 226.

Bissop, bishop, 189.

Bissopes, Bissoppes, Bissoppe,
189, 191, 236.

Bissopriches, bishopricks, 42.

Bist, biddest, 209.

Bisye, busy, officious, 58.

BLsyhede, Bysihede, Bysybede,
labour, care, 164, 228; pas-
time, 231.

Bit, Byt, prayetb, asketh, 110,
114, 116, 134, 209, 211, 218,
222.

Bit, biddeth, 116, 145.

Bite, sb. bite, morsel, 223.

Biter, Byter, dug. bitter, 82,
211.

Bitere, pi. bitter, 83.

Biterhede, Byterhede, bitterness,
28.

Bitemesse, bitterness, 15, 139,
172.

BiteJ), pi bite, 70.

Bitinde, biting, pungent, 143.

Biualf, befalls, 57.

Blame, 23.

Blamef, blametb, 17, 137.

Blamye)), pi blame, 59, 79.

Blasfeme]), blaspheme, 30.

Blasfemie, to blaspheme, 70.

Blasforaies, Blasfemyes, blasphe-
mies, 45, 69.

Blasfemye, blasphemy, 57, 69.

BlauJ), puffs, 32.

Blawe, blow, 168.

Blawej), pi. blow, 24.



Bleche, pale, 53 ; A.S. bide, pale ;
blcecan, to fade, bleach. The
root still exists in blight,

Blechest, hurtest, 147.

Bleche]), injures, defaces, 40, 115;

harms, injures, 238 ; A.S.

blcBCO, spot; blotchy a blotch,

Shoreham uses blokney to be

• disfigured.

The thridde day he (Christ) arcs ajcyn
Of the throu^ (tomb) ther men hine

leyde, in tokene
That, man, thi body arise schel
Of deithe nanmore to blokne, (p. 4.)

Blefde, Blefte, remained, 12, 59,
190.

Blef)) = bi-levethf remains, abides,
30,47,91,177; A.S. be-lcefan
(pret. belwfde), to leave.

Blef ten, jpZ. remained, 189.

Blench, change, 130; Bl encJi ia
the soft form of blink.

Blende)), pi make blind, 33 ;
A.S. blendian, to blind.

Blest, blast, 203; A.S. blcest,
blast.

Blefeliche, joyfully, quickly, read-
ily, 20, 50, 65, 100, 102, 177.

Blefelaker, more quickly, readily,
69, 140, 180; A.S. W/(fe, blithe,
joyful.

Bleue = bileue, to remain, con-
tinue, endure, 120, 203, 225,
245 ; persevere, 232 ; remain
in (curl), 177 ; A.S. belie/an, to
leave. See Blefdo, Blefte. The



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Broches, brooches, 229.
Bronches, branches, 9.
Brondes, brands, 205, 240.
Brotel, brittle, 129 ; A.S. hreotan^

to bruise, break ; 0. Norse,

hriotcL
Brotelhede, brittleness, poverty,

130.
Brojjcrhedo, Broferrede, brother-
hood, 110, 146.
Bro))ren, brethren, 101, 102, 149.

This form is used by Shoreham.
Brojte, brought, 118, 190.
Bryad, bread, 107, 110, 111.
Bryest, breast, 175.
Bryesten, breasts, 247.
Buones, bones,^64^ 148.
Burdes, jests, bQ ; Fr. bourde, a

jest ; Bret, hourd, deceit, joke.
Busse, bush, 28.
By, to be, 7, 14, 88; is, 7, 14,

16, 85; are, 9.
Byad, offered, 41 ; A.S. bead,

from beddaUy to offer.
Byat, beateth, 100.
Bydde, Bidde, to pray for, 98, 99,

113, 114.
Byddynges, Byddinges, prayers,

petitions, 100 ; entreaties, 40.
Byddef, pi pray, 107, 109, 113,

116, 117, 118.
Byeam, beam.
Byenne, to be, 131, 169.
Byet, Bye]>, are, 1, 3, 6, 8, Q6, imp.

188.
Byet, begetteth, 181,



Byete, 8ubj\ beat, 191.
Byetinge, begetting, 216.
Byginninge, beginning, 11.
Byinge, being, 82, 103.
Byknawe, acknowledge, confess,

123, 182.
Bylef), believeth, 19.
Byleue, Byleaue, belief, 11, 12,

19, 69, 101, 112, 114.
Bynime, rob, deprive of, 39.
Bynt, Byndejj, bindeth, binds,

77, 97.
Byrie, bier, 268.
Bysemeres, scorns, derision, 63.
Bysi, busy. See Bisye.
Bysihede, Bysyhede, diligence,

care, anxiety, 55, 93 ; occupa-
tion, amusement, 231.
Bysihedes, occupations, 165.
Bysinesse, labour, trouble, caro,

56.
Bysye, pi. busy, officious, 226.
Byt, bites, 61, 62, 66.
Byt, biddeth, prayeth, 29, 110,

135.
Byter, bitter, sour, 82, 129.
Bytere^i>Z. 150.
Byte)), pi. bite, 61.
Byf = bye)>, are, 17, 26, 102.
Byuealde, befolded, 8.
Byuly, avoid, 134.
Byzylyche, busily, 79.

Cachio, catch, to drive out or
from, 178; O.Fr. chacieTy
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^caught off.' See Glossary
to * Genesis and ExodiLs,^
* Cacchyn^ away, fugo, agito,
abigo, eflFugo.' Pr. Parv.

Calices, chalices, 41.

Calketreppen, pits or snares, 131 ;
A.S. calca-trippa, trap, snare ;
cf. Fr. cfiausse-trappey caltrap,
tribulus, murinus (Wr. Voc.
140), K. Alys, L 60, 70. See
note on this word in Promp-
torium, voL i. p. 59.

Calowe-mous, bat, 27 ; A.S. caluy
caluwy bald ; O.H. Ger. chala-
wer^ bald. The bat is some-
times called a reremousey from
the A-S. hrere, raw.

Can, knows, 58, 94, 135.

Candele, /. candle, candelle, 102
206.

Caorsins, Sarasins, usurers, 35.

Capiteles, chapters, 1.

Capiteles, capitals, 43.

Capons, 38.

Cardinales, Cardinals, adj. pi. car-
dinal, head, 3, 123, 124.

Cardinals, sb. 124.

Carkej>, produces, 230.

Caroyne, carrion, 86.

Carten, carts, 35.

Cartere, carter, 160.

Cas, case, chance, as in he-cos =
perchance, 36, 42, 70, 115.

Castel, Castele, castle, 1, 43,
121, 154 ; pi. casteles, 149.

Catel, wealth, 35, 36; O.Fr.



catdy chatd ; Lat. capitale.
Cause, 224.
Cedre, cedar, 131,
Cellen, cells, 267.
Chace]), drives, 171.
Chald, Cheald, cold, chiUed, 47,

138, 152, 170; A.S. ceald,

cold, cold.
Chalenge, false claim, 34.
Chalengef, ^Z. accuse, 43; O.Fr.

chalengler ; Lat. mluinniari.

See Glossary to Hampole's P.

ofC.
Chalis, chalice, 167.
Chambren, chambers, 224.
Chancelier, chancellor, 243.
Chapele; chapel, 56.
Chapfare, Chapuare, chaffer, un-
fair dealing, 34, 35, 44, 90,

120 ; pi. cheapfares, 36, 45.
Chapfari, vh. to chaffer, trade,

162 ; A.S. cedpy a bargain,

sale ; cedpian^ to buy ; ferian^

to bear, carry.
Chapitele, Chapitle, chapter, 136,

220.
Chapman, merchant, 77, 158 ;

pi. chapmen, 76.
Chapuare, chaffer, 191.
Charge]), loadeth, 97 ; see R of

GL 13, 416.
Charitable, 145.
Charite, 79 ; pi. charites, 83.
Charmeres, charmers, 69.
Charmes, 43.
Chast, Chaste, chaste, 203, 221.



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Chastete, Chastotee, 4, 159, 181,

202.
Chaste]), chastise, 17, 69, 100,

147, 156.
Chasthede, chastity, 230.
Chasti, to chastise, chasten, 8,

148, 158, 221 ; O.Fr. chmtier,
Chastinge, chastening, chastise-
ment, 68.

Chastisement, 17.

Chastliche, chastely, in purity,
221.

Chaynen, Chaincs, chains, 214,
264.

Cheake, cheek, 248.

Chealde, pi cold, 242.

Cheap, cheape market, 36 ; * grat
cheap,' * greate cheape,* abund-
ant, plentiful, 256. Qt cheep ;
pretium. Pr. Parv.

Cheapfare, chaffer, 35, 36. See
Chapfare.

Cheapfares, chaffers, bargains, 36,
45.

Cheas, chose, 77.

Cheaste, chiding, strife, 30, 65,
66; pi cheastes, 57, 138;
A.S. ceastf strife, dispute, con-
tention. See Piers Plough.
1. 8946.

Chef, chaff, 62, 137, 138 ; ohliq,

case, cheue, 210; A.S. ceaf;

O. Dutch kaf.

Cheker, chess-board, 45, 46.

Chele, chill, cold, 75 ; A.S. c?le ;

O.II.Gcr. chuoUjpl Cheles, 1 24.



Chenaille, O.Fr. dogs, 112.
Cherche, church, 7, 8.
Cherchen, churches, 30, 43.
Cherchetounes, church-towns, 41.
Cherl, churl, 76; A.S. cmrl ;
0. Dutch Jceerl (vir, rusticus) ;
pi. cherles, 112.
Ches, chess, 52.
Cheue, chaff, 210. See Chef.
Chewy nge, sh chewing, 111.
Chide, 67.
Chidinge, sh. chiding, strife, 30,

65, QQ.
Chiere = chere^ cheer, 155, 193 ;
O.Fr. cherey countenance, en-
tertainment, cheer.
Chiese, Chise, Chyo^Q = clieose,
86, 93, 101, 165 ; AS. ceosan,
to choose ; O.Sax. kiosaiu
Chiesef, pi choose, 45.
Child, Tteut. 58, 84 ; ohliq. case,

childe, 82.
Childbedde, 224.
Childhede, childhood, 82.
Cliildhedes, childishnesses, 207.
Childi, to bring forth a child,
224. See Orm. 156. ChUdln,
parere (Pr. Parv.).
Chinne, chin, 50.
Chise, choose, 93.
Chomberier, chamberer, 171.
Chombro, chamber, room, 215.
Chonge, change, 104.
Chongef, changeth, 129 ; pi

change, 42.
Chongi, to change, 104.



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Chonginde, changing, 104, 105,

120.
Chyaste = cheaste, strife, 67.
Chyese, choose, 86.
Chyest, chooseth, 126.
Chyewe = cheowe, to chew, 111 ;

A.S. cemcan^ O.H. Grer. cliiu'

wan, to chew.
Chyezc]>, pi, choose, 165.
Chyezinge = cheosinge, election,

42.
Cite, city, 49 ; j?Z. cites, 43,

149.
Clauen, claws, 61; A.S. da ;

O.Sax. clawa ; 0,1LGct, cJdoa ;

pi. chlawen, claw.
Claustres, cloisters, 267.
Clene, clean, pure, 73.
Clenlich, Clenliche, adj. clean,

45, 216.
Clenliche, cleanly, in purity, 6,

48, 76, 120, 138.
Clennesse, purity, 75, 201, 202.
Clensi, Clensy, to cleanse, purify,

75, 137, 271 ; A.S. clamdan,
Clenzef, cleanseth, 73, 74, 88,

106, 171.
Clepede, called, 190.
Cleper, clapper (of a mill), 58 ;

O.Dutch, Mepperiy pulsare,

sonare.
Clepest, callest, 100.
Clepe]>, calls, 17, 21, 22, 2Q, 58,

72, 78, 79, 81, 168.
Clcpie]j,pZ. call, 69, 72, 74, 112,

164.



Clepie, to caU, 42, 43, 64 ; A.S.

deopian, dypian, to call.
Clepiyf = cZepyeJj, call. 111.
Cleregye, Clei-gie, Clergye, clergy,

learning, 16, 18, 71, 78, 81,

90.
Clergyes, sciences, 89.
Clerek, Clierk, clerk, scholar, 23,

25, 49, 78.
Clerekes, Clerkes, Clierkes, scho-
lars, 39, 42, 46, 78.
Clemesse, clearness, brightness,

95.
Cleuiinde, Cleuiynde, cleaving,

I)eTsi8tent, lasting, convincing,
. 54, 98, 107; A.S. deofian ;

O.H.Ger. cMehen, cleave, stick

to.
Cleuiyndeliche, completely, 103.
Clicpe)) = clepef, calls, 125.
Clicne, clean, 224.
Clier, Clyer, Clyre, clear, 24, 78,

104, 159, 167 ; O.Fr. der,
Clierliche, Clyerliche, clearly, 88,

155, 174, 243.
Cliff, Ciyf|), climbs, 131, 132,

145, 219 ; A.S. difan, to ad-
here to ; O.N. kltfaj scandere.

Cf. O.E. daveren, to climb ;

Dutch klaveren ; Dan. klavre,

to climb.
Cliiie, Clyue, to climb, 23, 26, 89,

127, 162.
Cliuen, pret, ph climbed, 126.
Cliuef, pi. climb, ascend, 164,

246.



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Clom, silence, 266. See Clomsed,

in Glossary to Hampole.
CloJ), cloth, 45 ; ohliq, case, cloJ)e,

188 ; pi. clothes, 47, 128.
Clojmde, i?f. clothed, 133.
Clofe]), imp, clothe, 265.
CloJ?inge, sh, clothing, 154, 165.
Cloystre, cloister, 151, 242.
Cloystrers, 67.
Clyerer, clearer, 267.
Coccou, Cockou, cuckow, 22, 59.
Col, coal, ohliq, case, cole, 82,

126, 205 ; pi coles, 205 ; A.S.

coL
CoUacious, 155.
Colour, Colur, Colurs, 15, 62, 81,

177.
Colrik, 157.
Colt, Colte, 185, 220.
Coluer, Colure, dove, 142 ; A.S.

cuXfre, a dove, pigeon ; O.E. pi.

colueren.
Coluer-hous, dove-cote, 142.
Com, came, 26; imp. »ing, 185.
Come, inf. to come, 87, 98 ; suhj,

pi, 93, WQ^imp, pi, 137.
Comen, 2>Z. ^e^. came, 130.
Comene, gerund, to come, 106,

152.
Come)),pZ. come, 27, 91, 92.
Cominde, Comynde, coming, 264.
Comyde=Comynde, coming, 264.
Commun, Comun, Commime, com-
mon, 37, 48, 102, 147.
Communliche, commonly, 145,

146.



Communy, to share, 102.

Comparer, 243.

Comparisoun, 81, 92, 235.

Compassion, 148.

Complexion, 157.

Comst, comest, 239.

Comste, comest thou, 264.

Com)), Comef, cometh, come, 18,
19, 26, 51, 87, 89, 161.

Comunliche, commonly, 145.

Comynge-a3en, return, 87.

ConceyueJ), conceiveth, 136.

Condecendre, condescend, 157.

Condicion, 173.

Condicions, conditions, 172.
Xondue)), leadeth, 122.

ConfermijConfermy, confirm, 109,
121.

ConfermeJ), confirm, 105, 106,
122.

Conferminge, confiiming, 14.

Confessour, 172.

Confort, comfort, 96, 142.

Conforted, 160.

Confortej>, comforts. 111, 160,
161.

Conforti, to comfort, 160.

Confusion, Confuzion, 229.

Conioun, 76.

Conne, inf, to know, can, be able,
21,70, 73, 94, 98, 104, 117,
130, 148; pi, 46, 58, 59,
82, 86, 100, 126, 132; 2nd
pers, 118 ; A. S. cunnan,

ConneJ), pi, know, 249.

Connynge, knowledge, 115, 122.



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Consayle, 122.
Conaentedo, pret, 249.
Consentemens, Consentement,

consent, 11, 19.
Consent!, to consent, 10, 73, 117,

170, 176.
Consen tinge, 117, 176.
Conspiracions, conspiracies, 23.
Constance, constancy, 167.
Contac, Contak, contest, dispute,

15, iO;pl Contakes, 63.
Contemplacion, 204, 247.
Contemplatif,ContempIatiue, 199,

247.
Contrarie, Contrarye, contrary,

14, 136, 151.
Contraries, 123.
Contrarioua, 28.
Contraye, country, 130."
Conuersacioun, 96, 112, 241.
Coppea, cups, 30.
Corage, courage, 164.
Corde, 58.
Corn, 62, 140;^. comes (grains),

233.
Comardyes, deceits, 130.
Comees (O.^r.), customs or duties

on com and cattle, 38.
Comyeres, comers, 124.
Coroune, crown, 168, 169.
Corounede, ^;Z. crowned, 234.
Corounes, crowns, 15, 116, 169.
Corsinge, Corsynge, cursing, 28,

97.
Cort, court, 137, 256.
Cortays, courteous, 112; O.Fr.



cortois,
Cortayseliclie,Cortei8liche, courte-
ously, 106, 118, 160, 195.

Comp. Cortayslaker, 163.
Cortaysie, Cortaysye, courtesy,

civility, 36, 97, 98.
Corteys, courteous, 21, 22, 35,

113. See Cortays.
Corteysye, Corteyzie, courtesy,

75, 118; pi corteysyes, 162.
Cortoys, courteous, 100, 188.
Cormpcion, 227.
Corupt, 82.
Cost, 58, 113, 119, 137, 176 ;

O.Dutch kosty sumptus, expen-

Bum.
Costes, expenses, 40.
Costnede, cost, 145.
Costne]), costeth, 75, 121.
Costningge, expense, 151.
CostuoUe, dear, expensive, 229.
Cosyn, Cosyne, cousin, 89.
Cou, cow, 56 ;^Z. Ken, 191.
Couaitise, Couaytise, Couaytyse,

covetousness, 2, 11, 16, 34,

125, 154.
Couaytous, Couaytouse, covetous,

80, 136, 154, 197.
Couche, 171.
Couent, convent, 110, 219. Cf.

Covent Garden,
Coueytise, covetousness, 137.
Coupe, cup, pi. coupes, 35. ;
Coustouse, expensive, dear, 228 ;

O.Fr. coudy expense, cost.
Coufe, could,knew, 105,126,133.



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Coufen, Cofen, pL could, knew,

78, 168.
Crammeles, crumbs, grains, 253.
Crane, 56.
Crayme, Creyme, chrism, cream,

41, 93.
Credo, creed, 12.
Creft, ohliq. case, craft, art, power,
35, 45, 90, 116, 157; A.S.
craeft, O.Fris. krefi.
Creftes, handicrafts, 178.
Crete, cradle (cf. mod. Eng.
crate), 137. Crate is generally
derived from Lat. crates, wicker
or hurdle work. It. crate, a
hurdle ; but crete, a cradle, may
be from A.S. crata, a cart.
Cristen, siiij. Christian, 93.
Cristendom, Cristendome, Chris-
tendom, christening, Chris-
tianity, 64, 101, 145.
Cristene, sing. def. fonn, Chris-
tian, 165.
Cristene, pL Christian, 79, 93,

114,145.
Cristcsmesse, Christmas, 213.
Cristni, to christen, baptize, 107.
Cristninge, christening 14, 74,

107, 119.
Crokede, ^Z. crooked, 224.
Croki, to crook, curl, 177.
Crouche, cross. 111.
Crouchen, crosses, 41.
Cruelote, 15.

Cryepe, = creope, creep, move,
107 ; A.S. creopian.



Curiouseliche, curiously, careful-
ly, 176.

Dales, days, 198.
Damozele, damsel, 72.
Damnede, 51.
Damnef, condemns, 115.
Damni, condemn, damn, 137.
Danes = deanes, vales, dales, 39,
59 ; dean, A.S. den, denu, is a
common element in local names
in the S. of England.
Dar, dare, 32, 67, 70, 83.
Daye (obliq, case of day), 7, 13,

14.
Dayes, days, 7, 13.
Daynede, deigned, 76, 126.
Daynef, deigneth, 18, 196.
Dajes, messe da3es, days, 214.
Deade, pL dead, 86.
Deadlich, deadly, 47, 223.
Deadwed, mortgage, 36.
Deaj)o (obliq. case), death, 87,
129; deaJ>os ((/en. sin/;.), 130;
A.S. dead.
Deau, dew, 91, 136, 144 ; A.S.

denw.
Deawe (ohliq. case), dew, 91.
Decendef, descendeth, 123.
Decendi, to descend, 123.
Deceyued, deceived, 79.
Deceyui, to deceive, 82.
Deciple, disciple, 13, 96.
Dedbote, satisfaction, amend, 32,

33 ; A.S. d(^~hot.
Dede, did, put, placed, caused.



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303



78, 86, 114, 133, 211, 216.
Dede, sK deed, 10, 12, 21, 74.
Deden, pret. ^>Z. did, caused, made,

72, 78, 181.
Dedes, deeds, 10, 73, 137.
Dedest, didst, 21.
Defaced, obliterated, 190.
Defayled, wearied, overcome (with

weariness,) 33.
Defaute, lack, want, 33, 73, 261 ;
ph defautes, 73, 78, 108, 131,
132.
Dcfende)), defends, excuses, 22,

61.
Defende]>, ^Z. defend, excuse, 38,

69.
Defendi, to defend, 157.
Befouled, defiled, 167.
Defoulent, defileth, 182.
Defouli, defile, 221.
Degres, Dogrez, degrees, 123, 267.
Del, deal, part, 17, 86, 175 ; A.S.

Dele, to separate, 76 ; A.S. dcklan.

Deles, Delles, divisions, parts, 17,
50, 60, 153; properties, 125.

Delices, delights, 24.

Delite]), delighteth, 47.

Deliti, Delyty, to delight, 82, 91.

Deliure, imp. deliver, 110, 118.

Deliured, Delyured, pp, deliver-
ed, 87, 118.

Dcliurede, pret. delivered, 95, 1 28.

Deliuri, Delyuri, to deliver, 12,
13, 103, 117, 198.

Deliure f, delivereth, 128.



Deliureonse, liberty, 86.
Delles, parts, 164.
Delue, delve, dig, undermine,
108 ; A. S. ddf-auj to dig, delve.
Delyty, to delight, 82.
Delyury, to deliver, 270.
Demde, judged, 175.
Deme, to deeyriy judge, decide, dis-
criminate, 13, 74, 76, 82, 126;
A.S. demariy to judge.
Demere, judge, 12, 62, 131, 138 ;

A.S. demere.
Demeres, judges, 39, 215, 227.
Demf, judgeth, deemeth, 27, 28,

74, 125, 138.
Demynges, opinions, censures, 27.

Denyes, deaneries, 42.

Depe, to dip, 106 ; A.S. depan.

Depf, dippeth, 107.

Derie, to hurt, 126, 166; A.S.
derian, derif/an, to hurt, harm,
annoy.

Deriynde, hurtful, injurious, 63.

Deme, secret, 143 ; A.S. df/riie.

Derrer, dearer, 36.

Derye, to hurt, injure. See^ Derie.

Deryinde, hurtful, injurious, 63.

Des, dice, 45.

Descended, descends, 123.

Descriue]), 2;Z. describe, 168.

Deserited, disinherited, 30.

Desert, Dezert, 67, 131, 240.

Desertesoun, desertion, 48.

Desgised, distinguished, 97.

Desgyze)), disguiseth, 158.

Desiri, to desire, 244.



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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.



Desordene, inordinate, 46.

Despayred, 34.

Despendi, to spend. DespendeJ),
spendeth, 19, 41, 53, 187.

Despense, spending, cost, 21, 55.

Despit, contempt, despising, de-
spite, 19, 20, 21, 69.

Desputede, 79.

Desspendoure, almoner {trea.
surer), 190.

Dest, dost, 118, 129, 159.

Destempringe, distempering, 153.

Destincti, distinguish, 152.

Destorbe, disturb. Destorbed,
disturbed, 212. Destorbef, dis-
turbs, 179.

Destorbinge, disturbance, 225.

Destmd, destroyed, 30.

Destrue, to destroy, 28, 117.

Destraef, Destrui]>, destroyeth,
destroy, 35, 36, 43.

Detraccion, 10.

Dette, debt, 35, 120, 135, 222.

Dettes, debts, 113, 115.

De]>, doetb, causeth, placeth, 31,
58, 67, 97, 102 ; * def aye,'
breaketh, doth against, 57.

Deuines == deuineres, diviners, 1 9.

Deuisi, deuise,name, tell, 73, 100,
103, 144.

Deuocion, Deuocioun, 33, 107,
136, 210, 226.

Deuoutelicbe, devoutly, 134, 211,
215, 225.

Diaknen, deacons, 190.

Diaymont, diamond, 187.



Dicb, ditch, 57.

Diciplines, 240.

Diere, Dyere, dear, beloved, 36,
44 ; dearly, 194.

Dierfe, deamess, scarcity, 256.

Dieuel, Dyeuel, devil, 15.

Difference, 10,210.

Digneliche, worthily, 20.

Diligence, 238.

Diligent, 32, 220.

Diligontliche, diligently, 70.

Dingnet6, dignity, 24, 112, 119,
145.

Dingnetes, Dyngnetes, dignities,
26, 42.

Dingneste, worthiest, 109.

Dingnelyche, wortbily, properly,
267.

Discord, 43, 75, 157.
Discordance, 259.
Discrecion, 242, 256, 255.
Disete=Disese, sorrow, grief, 57.
Disordene, inordinate, immoder-
ate, unrestrained, 34, 48.
Disordenliche, immoderately, 55,

259.

Dispendede, expended, 128.
Dispendef, ) pass the time, spend,
Despendejj, ) 7.
Dispoyly, spoil, rob, 45.
Dissiplines, disciplines, 236, 250.
Dissuol, dishful, 120.
Distemperance, distempering, 153.
Diners, obstinate, 68.
Diners, Diuerse, diverse, different,
15, 42, 124, 244.



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305



Diuerses, p/. varionfl, 162.

IKuerseJ), differs, 124.

Dijt, orders, directs, prepares, 11,

24, 124, 147, 222.
Dijte, to order, direct, ordain,

separate, put fixnn, 210 ; A.S.

dihty a disposing, ordering;

dihtany to order, arrange.
Dijte, should distribute, 147.
Dijtere, director, 100 ; A.S.

diMere,
DijteJ), pi, direct, adorn, 7, 47.
Di3tinge, decoration, adorning,

24, 47, 215.
Dij tinges, divisions, 17.
Do, put, cause, 210 j 247.
T>Q,pp. done, 68, 124.
DobbleJ), doblej), doubleth, 22,

48.
Doere, doer, 135.
Doinde, doing, 194.
Dol, division, 112. See Del
Doles, divisions, 17.
Dolue, should delve, break into,

263.
Dom, ohliq. case. Dome, doom,

judgment, opinion, 6, 10, 13,

37, 74 ; justice, equity, 113,

124, 127, 148 ; A.S. dSm.
Domb, dumb, 1, 179.
Dombeypl dumb, 56.
Domes, verdicts, 40.
Domesman, judge, 115.
Domesmen, judges, 38, 44.
Done, to do, to be done, 8, 9, 11,

68, 74.



Dong, obliq, caae^ Donge, dung,
61, 75, 77, 81, 137, 216.

Donghel, dunghill, 81, 230.

Dore, door, 210, 255.

Doreward, doorkeeper, 121, 263.

Dorilot, 177.

Dorre, Dorren, pi. dare, 22, 32,
78.

Dorste, p?. durst, 143.

Dorstest, durst, 73.

DoJ), pi, doth, place, set, cause,
69, 72, 73.

Doumb, Doumbe, dumb, 51, 224.

Doust, dust, 26, 108.

D03, dough, 205.

Dorter, daughter, 26.

Dojtren, daughters, 140.

Draf, dreggs, 93.

Dragoune, 174.

Draye, dry, 137, 240.

Dn^e, to draw, lead to, lead out,
10, 12, 77, 79, 137, 186.

Dr^QyPp, drawn.

Dra3J, draweth, leadeth, 15, 43,
100; taketh away, 40, 41;
treats, 45.

Drajef, J??, draw, lead, 43, 147.

Dn^fe, treatise, 251, 260.

Drede, fear, 4, 32, 74.

Drede, doubt, 105.

DredeJ), pL dread, fear, 74, 84,
86, 138.

Dreduol, dreadful,fearful, cautious,
timid, 14, 15, 16, 22, 70, 144.

DreduoUe, pi fearful, 116; ter-
rible, 42, 70 ; horrible, 189.



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QL08SARIAL INDEX.



DreduoUer, more fearful, more

cautious, 117.
Drench, sb. drink, 130.
Drenche, to drink; 3rd nng,

DringJ), 251, 248.
Dret, dreadeth, 26, 34, 116, 125,

203.
Drinkeres, drinkers, 47.
DrincJ), drinketh, 137, 245, 247.
Drinkj), drinketh, 95, 251.
DrinkeJ>, pi. drink, 248.
Dronke, pp. drunken, 75, 107,

127, 247.
Dronkehede, drunkenness, 260.
Dronkenese, drunkenness, 248.
Drope, drop, 75, 91, 92, 189.
Dropen, drops, 84, 92.
Dropes, drops, 92,
Droj, drew, led out, 13.
Drojen, treated, 164.
Dru3}>e, drought, 68.
Dryff, driveth, 75.
DryngJ), drencheth, 248.
Dyacne, deacon, 190.
Dyad, Dyead, 8, dead, 12, 71, 82.
Dyad, dead, 126.
Dyade, i>Z. dead, 13, 30.
Dyade, ohliq, case, 263.
Dyadlich, Dyeadlich, a. mortal,

deadly, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 73,

110, 144.
Dyadliche, Dyeadliche, pi. and

de/, fonn of the adj., 9, 70,

113.
Dyadliche, Dyeadliche, adv.



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