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Lest, Leste, least, 36, 44, 84, 90.
Lesnesse, forgiveness, 14, 263.
Lessynge, diminution, lessening,

268.
Leste, to endure, 84.
Lestynde, lasting, 84.
Let,lead, 51, 115, 185.
Let, letteth, 31, 181.
Let, leases, ceases, 17, 26, 97,

111, 212, 269.
Lete, to let, permit, 56, 73.
Lete, to leave, forsake, give up,

74, 78, 117, 165.



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LeteJ), let, pi 40, 42.

Lete]), forsake, leave, 6, 77, 165.

Lettre, lettres, 1, 40.

Leth, leadeth, 200.

Leuayne, leaven, 205.

Leue, LeueJ), 60, 86, 89.

Leue, dear, beloved, 113.

Leve, LeueJ), live, lives, 54, 62,

74, 93, 141.
Leuede, lived, 71.
Leued, Leuedy, pi, Leuedys, 47,

«.

Leuere, rather, liever, 31.

Leuest, livest, 194.

Leueth, lives, 214.

Leuinge, remainder, 73.

Lewed, Lewede, layman, laity,

25.
Lezere, gleaner, 86.

Lezinges, lies, 63.

Leje, to laugh, 161.*

Le3ers, liars, 19.

Leuinge, laughing, 161.

Le33e, to laugh, \\l. See Lhe^^e.

Lhade, to lade, 178.

Lhapwynche, lapwing, 61.

LhapJ) = IheapJ), leaps, jumps,

66, 155.
Lheape, to run, spring, jump, 27,

89, 93, 156.
LheapeJ), ph leap, run, 140.
Lhene, lean, 53, 189.
Lhest, listens, 61, 268.
Lheste, to listen, 70, 133, 199,

229.
Lhestej), i>?. 268. AS. Ihistan,



to listen.
Lhestninge, listening, 258.
Lheuc, slow, loath, 31. A.S.

wloBC, slack, remiss.
Lheucliche, lukewarmly, slow,

31.
Lheuedi, Lheuedy, lady, 24, 53,

57, 64.
Lheuedyes, ladies, 215.
Lhe^inges, laughter, 63.
Lhe^]), laughs, 93.
Lhe33e, to laugh, 58, 214. A.S.

hlihan (pret hloh).
Lhip, Ihiep, leapt, 45.
Lhord, lord, master, husband,

ohliq, case, Lhorde ; pi.

Lhordes, 1, 6, 7, 20, 37, 54,

221.
Lhordinges, lords, 67.
Lhordssip, Lhordssipe, lordship,

54, 68.
Lhoude, loudly, 212.
Lhoue, oUiq, case, loaf, 82.
Libbe, Libbej>, live, 2S, 32, 34,

53, 70, 74.
Libbinde, libinde, living, 13, 73,

74, 149.
Libelles, 40.
Licnesse, Liknesse, likeness,

pattern, 49, 92.
Licuol, pleasing, delightful, 217.
Liese, lose, 214.
Lieme, imp. learn, 73.
Liemi, to learn, 209.
Lif, ohliq, case. Line, life, 72.
Ligge, to lie, 31, 223.



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321



Likeroiises, pleasant, delightful,
47, 54.

Like]), pleases, is pleasing, 63,
187.

Liki, to please, 215.

Likinde, Likynde, pleasing, 62,
63, 126, 214.

Likinge (pi Likinges), pleasure,
delight, 23, 46, 248.

LikneJ), resembles, 88.

likni, to delight in, 245.

Liky, to delight in, 177.

Line, Linene, linen, 178, 236.

Lingne, line, 160.

Lioun, lion, 17.

Lipars, leopards, 131.

Lippen, lips, 210, 211.

Lite, little, 28, 31, 43.

Litel, little, 29.

LiJ), Heth, 31, 55, 83.

Li^liche = li3tliche, easily, 249.

Li3te, light, little, 11, 99.

Li3te, Li3te, light, 270.

Li3ter, easier, 78.

Li3thedes, levities, 207.

Li3tlaker, easier, sooner, 229.

Li3tliche, Li3tyliche, easily, quick-
ly, venially, 6, 9, 63, 115, 183,
255.

Loc, lock, 255.

Lodesmanne, pilot, 140.

Lodlakest, most loathsome, 49.

Lodliche, obscene, 257.

Lodlichhede, loathsomeness, 203.

Loke, look, behold, 97, 129.

Lokede, kept, 18, 204, 235 ;



looked, 242. See Loki, Loky,
observed.
Lokeden, pL looked, 245.
Lokere, guardian, 21; pi, Lokeres,

220, 222.
Lokes, locks, 151.
Lokes, Whitsunday, 143, 163,

213.
Al here joyen a lok Soanday,
And alle the that me aspye may,
That hyre and (on) erthe felle,
Al fram Crystea ascencioon
Al-wat (until) comthe hyre assumpoioun
To thyssere loongy schelle.

Shoreham's Poems, p. 127.

Lokest, keepest, 93.

LokeJ), look, 26, 89.

LokeJ), keep?, 213, 248.

Loki, Loky, to keep, be kept,

observe, keep guard, beware,

keep from, protect, save, 5, 7,

8, 11, 39, 41, 42, 53.
Loki, Loky, look, 43, 89 ; regard,

consider, 195; A.S. locian.
Lokinde, keeping, observing, 232.
Lokinge, Lokynge, Lokingge, care,

custody, award, decision, 8, 19,

65, 128, 158; * to J)e lokinge of;

as regards, 108, 109.
Lokinge (ayen), looking back, 242.
Lokinges, looks, 242, 245.
Lombe, lamb, 236.
Lompe, obliq. case of Lamp, 233.
Lompen, lamps, 189, 218, 233.
Londe, ohliq. case of Land, 37 ;

pi, Londes, 36.
Lone, loan, 35, 36.
Longaynes, comers, 212.



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Longe, adv. long, 205.
Longe, on account of, 266.
Loren, lost, 235.
Los, fame, 26, 28, 63, 116, 141,

Fr. lo8.
Losengeri, deceit, lies, 10, 23.
Lost, oMiq, case Loste, pi, Lostes,

lust, desire, pleasure, 24, 46,

72, 78, 82, 91, 92.
LosteJ), pleases, 246.
Lostuol, lustful, pleasing, pleasant,

desirable, 80, 94, 110, 244.
Lostuolle, Lostfolle, pleasant,

desirable, 91 ; delicious, 158,

204.
Lostuoller, more pleasant, 92.
Lostuollicbe, greedily, 51.
Louede, Loueden, loved, 52, 230.
. Louerede, love, 3, 145, 146.
Loui, Louie, Louy, Louye, to

love, 6, 31, 55, 62, et passim,
LouieJ), LouyeJ), loves, love, 6, 61,

78, 2i0, 270.
Louiinde, Louiynde, loving, 75,

145.
Louriinde, louring, 256.
Louyeres, lovers, 270.
Lozeniour, liar, 22.
Lo}, Loje, low, 105, 138, 139,

140; comp, Lojer, 175 ; superl.

Lo^este, 119, 122.
Lo3e]>, diminishes, is lessened,

humbles, 49, 136, 246.
Lopesse, humility, 246.
Lo3y, to lower, lessen, depreciate,

humble, 28, 216.



Luxurie, 157.
Lyad, lead, 141.
Lyazinge, leasing, lies, 63.
Lyckestre, lickster; translates Fr.

lecher esse^ 56.
Lyeaf, leaf, 62.
Lyeas, lost, 203.
Lyeasinge, lie, 60, 175.
Lyeaue, leaf, 1.
Lyeaues, leaves, 57, 96.
Lyeme, Lieme, imp, leam, 70, 72,

233.
Lyemest, leamest, 73.
Lyeme J), LyemieJ), leam, 36, 53,

74, 75, 122, 133.
Lyemi, Lyemy, to leam, 2, 34,

70, 99, 135, 161.
Lyese, to lose, 40, 57.
Lyesinges, lies, 10, 57.
Lyest, loseth, 33, 49, 52, 129.
Lyeue, oUiq, case of Lief, dear,

117, 213.
Lyexnejy, lies, 66.
Lyezej>, lose, 117, 149.
Lyeje, lie, 218".
Lye3eJ), Lye3eJ), lie, belie, 10, 2?,

44, 52, 56, 63, 129, 133.
Lye3inge, lying, 63, 143.
Ly3eTe, liar, 58, 62, 256.
Lye3)), lies, 63.
Lyf; life, 70, 71 ; ohliq, case^ Lyue,

93.
Lyfhoj>, livelihood, sustenance,

138.
Lykede, delighted in, 267.
Lykerous, pleasant, 95.



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LykeJ), is like, 81.

Lykej>, delights, 178.

Lyky, to delight in, 127.

Lykynde, pleasing, 80.

Lykyngo, likeness, 81.

Lykynges, pleasures, 112.

Lylye, 230.

Lynx, 81.

Lyte, little, 36.

Lyj>, lies, 52.

Lyjtliche, lightly, easily, 104.

Mageste, majesty, 266.
Magnamitie, 163, 164.
Magnificence, 164, 168.
Maimes, maims, sores, 135.
Maine, Mayne, retinue, servants,

household, 139.
Maister, master, ph maistres, 76,

200.
Make, masc mate, 226.
Maked = mdke\^ makes, 249.
Maki, Maky, to make, 27, 40,

44, 47, 154.
Makiere, Makyere, maker, creator,

251, 267.
Makiinde, Makinde, making, 35,

42.
Makynge, Makiynge, making,

creation, creature, 1, 92, 218.
Malancolien, Melancolien, melan-
choly (one), 253.
Malice, 26.
Man, obliq, case Manne, pL

Men, gen. pi, Manne, 8, 9, 11,

21, 24, 31.



Manere, Maniere, Manire,Manyere
{pl. Maneres, Manyeres), man-
ner, mode, way, 6, 14, 15, 19,
21, 23, 37, 146.

Manhede, Manhod, Manhode,
manhood, homage, 12, 19, 118,
145.

Manie, Manye, pl, many, 26, 31,
165.

Mankende, mankind, 1.

Mansla3]}e, Manslajte, pl, Man-
slajjjes, manslaughter, homi-
cide, 8, 30, 54, 57, 115.

Manzinge, excommunicate, curs-
ing, 148, 189. See Amanziuge.

Marcat, Markat, market, ohliq,
case, Markatte, 23, 36, 42.

Marchons, merchants, 36, 39.

Mares, marshes, 250.

Mariage, Manages, 39, 148.

Marissi, to marry, 220.

Markes, bounds, limits, 223.

Martire, Martires, 53, 73, 83, 166.

Martired, 111.

Martirement, martyrdom, 77.

Materie = Matiere, matter, 49,
118, 136.

Matyns, 51.

Maugre, 69.

Mawe, to mow, 214.

Mayden, pl, Maydenes, Maydines,
12, 15, 48, 98, 118, 218.

Maydenhod, maidenhood, 228,
231.

Mayne, family, household, domes.

i tics, 30, 129.



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Mayster, Maystre, master, 35, 68,

97.
Maystresse, mistress, 34, 206.
Maystrie, mastery, 91, 92, 169.
Ma^, maw, stomach, 56.
Me, one, they, 17.
Mede, reward, payment, pi,

Medes, 35, 42, 90, 169.
Medi, to reward, 146.
Medicine, Medicines, 22, 69.
Medles, quarrels, 41, 66.
Meduol, meritorious.
Mele, meal, flour, 93.
Melk, milk, 137, 177.
Melle, miU, 24, 68, 141.
Melodie, Melodya, 151.
Melte, melted, 171.
Memorie, 104.
Menestrala, minstrels, 192.
Menet, mint, 241.
Menetime, meantime, 36.
Menijmges, meanings, thoughts,

230.
Mennesse, communion, fellow-
ship, 14, 268; A.S. ge-nuhines.
Mentel, mantle, 188, 221.
Merci, Mersi, 28, 29, 137.
Merciuol, merciful, 189.
Mere, mare, 185.
Merite, merit, 134.
Merss, marsh, 251.
Mes, mess, dish, 55, 56.
Mesayse, Mezayse, Meseyse, un-
easiness, sorrow, poverty, 185,
191 ; to displease, 58.
Messager, Messagier, Messagyer,



jpil, Messagieres,
Messagyers, 151, 195, 211.
Messages, 122, 189.
Messe, mass, 20.
Messe-daye, mess-day, 175.
Messen, masses, 31, 32.
Messinges, messes, dishes, 71.
Mest, adv, most, 23, 26.
Meste, adj\ most, 72, 89.
Mesteres, officials, 39.
Mestier, craft, 187.
Mestyeres, offices, 122 ; works,

operations, 167.
Mesufe, Mesures, measure, mo-
deration, 44, 51, 52, 53, 252.
MesureJ), moderates, 254.
Mesuri, to moderate, 252.
Met, dreams, 128.
Metal, 139. •
Metals, 167.
Mete, Metes, meat, food, meats,

9, 29, 61.
Meteles, dreams, 164.
Meteres, dreamers, 32.
Metinge, dream, 143.
Metinges, dreams, 32, 77, 92.
Meyster, practice, 65.
Mezel, leper, 202 ; Mezels, pi.

224.
Mid, Myd, Myde, with, by, 5, 10,

12, 43, 44.
Middel, Midel, Mydle, mean, 78,
136, 249 ; mperl Midliste,
122.
Middelguodes, Myddelguodea,
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Milde, Mylde, meek, 133 ; comp.
Milder, 24, 204.

Mildehede, Myldehede, meekness,
110, 133.

Mildeliche, Mildelyche, meekly,
135.

Mildenesse, Myldenesse, meek-
ness, 65, 131.

Mildi, to make mild, become
meek, 177.

Miracle, Miracles, 56, 134.

Misbeleoing, unbelief^ 134.

Misbileue, unbelief, 13.

Misbylefde, Misbyleninde, un-
believing, 69, 252.

Misdede, misdeed, pi, Misdedes,
113, 114, 135.

Misde]), misdoes, acts wrongly,
114.

Misdo, sin, err, 19, 113, 115,
136.

Misdoere, 8, 132.

Misdoinge, 157.

Misdo]), pi. misdo, sin, 100.

Misfifidles, ah misfortunes, 84.

Misge]), goes wrong, 94.

MisleueeJ), disbelieve, 180.

Misliki, displease, 257.

Misnim]), mistakes, errs, 160.
See Nime.

Misnimynge, error, 109.

MispayJ), displeases, 50.

Misprayse, mis-praise, 136.

Mis-ret, advises badly, mis-advise,
184.

Mis-sayJ), Mis-zayJ), mis-says.



slanders, defames, 8, 28, 62, 69.

Mis-sede, Mis-^de, slandered,
defamed, 132, 133.

Mis-serued, served badly, 20.

Mis-sigge, Mis-zigge, mis-say,
slander, defame, 57, 189. ^S^
Zigge.

Mis-sigger, Mis-ziggere, slan-
derer ; pi, Mis-siggeres, Mis-
ziggeres, 256, 257.

Mis-sigge]>, Mis-zigge]),^. slander,
10, 70, 193.

Mis-sigginge, Mis-zigginge, mis-
saying, slander, defamation,
65, 66.

Misual, misfortune, 30, 86, 182.

Misualle, to turn out badly, mis-
befall, 193.

Miswende, to turn aside, go
astray, 253; pi, MiswendeJ), 22,
40, 52, 67, 136 ; sing, Miswent,
18, 27, 62.

Mis-ziggere, slanderer; pi, Mis-
ziggeres, 61, 136, 177.

Mi^t, mightest, 57, 179.

Mi3te,t;6. might, 31 ;^/. Mijten,
42, 52, 55.

Mijte, sh, might, 7, 15.

Mi^ti, mighty, 103.

Mi3tuol, powerful, 130, 237.

Mo, more, 118, 135.

Moche, Mochel, much, great, 7, 9,
21, 57, 119, 181 ; to moche,
exceedingly, 14.

Mochelhede, l^helnesse, great-
ness, fulness/Sibundance, ex-



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travagance, 93, 117, 204, 218.
Moder, mother, 8, 89.
Modren, mothers, 67.
Molde, mould, 95.
Momenes, Momenettes, idols, 6,

239.
Mone, moon, 82.
Monek, Moneke, monk, 219, 239.
Moneye, Monaye, 26, 62.
Mongenel, a warlike instrument

for battering down walls, 116.
More, more, greater, 7, 18.
More]), increases, exaggerates, 28,

60, 175.
Mori, Mory, to increase, 45, 79,

175, 176.
Morsel, pi. Mosseles, 24, 56, 248.
Mortyer, mortar, 116.
Molten, morning, 46, 108.
Mostard (seed), 143.
Mot, may, must, 52, 137.
Mot, Mote, speck ; pi. Motes,

108, 175.
Mofe, mouth, 256.
Moydrer, murderer, 171.
Mo3e, Mojen, may be able, 10,

15, 21, 31, 86, 92.
Muekliche, meekly, 65.
Multepliest, 218.
MultipUe)), 190.
Musi, Musy, Muzy, to wonder,

muse, amuse, 47, 104, 231.
Myde, with, 50.
Myny, to mine, dig, 108.
Mysuyme, mistake, 55. See

Nime.



Mysnym)), mistaketh, 83.
Mys-sigginge, slander, defamation,

Myjten, pi, might, 58, 165.
Myjtest, mightest, 104.
Myjtuol, mighty, 83 ; pi. my3t-
uoUe, 269.

Nakedliche, nakedly, openly, 174.

Nameco]?hede, Namecou))hede, re-
nown, fame, 25 ; A.S. nam-
(?M«, renowned.

Nameliche, especially, 21, 44.

Ifamore, Nanmore, no more, 27^
49, 187.

Nase, nose, 204.

Naturel, natural, 18.

Na]?emo, neverthemore, 41.

Nayle, nail, 43.

Naj = najt, not, 222, 246.

Najt, not, 18.

Nawerelles, nowhere else, 210.

Nebsseft, image, likeness ; AS.
neby face.

Nele, Nelle, ne wile, will not,
31,56,71.

Keme}) = nimej), takes, 92.

Nemne]), names, 103.

Nemni, Nemny, to name, men-
tion, 49, 57, 164; A.S. nemnan.

Nenno, ace, none, 22, 30, 48.

Nere, were not, 20, 86. •

Nes=nc wes, was not, 26, 66, 72.

Xesshede, delicacy, softness, 267.

Netlen, Nettlen, nettles, 156,
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Nette, Nettes, net, nets, 77, 170.
Ne]?, hath not, 84, 210.
Neuerte, never-to, never yet, 99.
Keure, never, 26.
Neuremo, nevennore, 71.
Newehodes, novelties, 151.
Newen, (of the) new, 99.
Newne, occ. new, 162.
Ne3ebore8,Ne3el)oure8, Nejyhores,

Neyebores, neighbours, 30, 36,

38.
Nejen, nine, 45.
Nejende, ninth, 38, 45, 49.
NejlecJ), approaches, 105 ; A.S.

nedhrlcecan, to approach.
Nhesse, Nesssse, soft, 153 ; A.S.

hncBSCy soft, delicate, nesh,
Nhesse]), makes soft, 94.
Nhicke, neck, 138, 216.
Nice, foolish, 59.
Niede, Nyede, business, need,

necessity,emergency,2?Z. Niedes,

Nyedes, 30, 31, 36, 39, 52,

63, 73, 95, 142, 151, 152, 168.
Nieduol, Nieduolle, needful,

necessitous, 36, 95, 110, 112,

134, 151, 193.
Niej, Nyej, nigh, near, 51, 76.

Comp, Nier, Nyer, nearer, 234.
Nim, imp. take, 54.
Nime, Nyme, should take, 55,

148, 155; A.S. niman (pret.

nam),
Nime, Nyme, to take, 37, 67, 77.
Nimene, to take, 165, 166, 195.
Nimere, taker, 248.



NimeJ), pi. take, 35, 38.

Niminge, Nyminge, taking, un-
dertaking, 21, 164 ; exactions,
39.

Niminges, undertakings, 183.

NimJ), NymJ), takes, 22, 24, 30,
32, 37, 49, 50.

NiJ)inges, niggards, 154.

Nixt, Nixte, Nyxte, next, neigh-
bour, 30, 78, 79, 122, 182.

Nijt, Nyjt, night, 51, 52; ohliq.
casSy Ni3te, 52.

Noble, 87.

Nobleliche, nobly, 55.

Noblesse, nobleness, 20, 22, 24,
59, 60.

Nobleste, 92.

Nolde, sing.^ Nolden, pi., would
not, 64, 132, 173.

Noldest, wouldst not, 146.

Nole, Nolle, NoUeJ), will not, 35,
38, 39, 59, 60, 64, 79, 134, 209.

Nom, took, 45, 87, 88.

Nome, ^2^. taken, 204.

Nome, pi. took, 97.

Non, None, no, none, 29, 64.

Non, noon, 32,

Nonen, none, 68, 134, 152, 157.

Nonce, nurse, 161.

Noriches, nurses, 60.

Norissede, nourished, 96.

Norisse}), Norisset, nourisheth,
21, 83, 140, 167.

Norrissinde, Norrissynde, nourish-
ing, 95, 112.

Norissinge, nourishing, 112.



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Norissy, Norrisi, to nourisli, 127,

154.
Norture, 112, 113.
Norfene, northern, 256.
Not = ne wot, knows not, 25.
Notaiyea, 40.
Note, profit, 247, 256 ; A.S.

notUy nyt, utility.
NoteJ), flourishes, 260 ; A.S.

notiaUy to use, enjoy.
Nofer, neither, 130, 134.
!Nro))ing, not-at-aU, no wise, 192.

Noty, to note, 118.

Nou, now, 87.

Noyse, 66 ; Noyses, 266.

Novices, 155.

Novis, novice, 155.

Nykeren, mermaids, syrens, 61.

Nykke, neck, 135; ^Z. Nykken,
56.

Nymst, takest, 110, 111.

Nytef, ne witeth, know not, 72.

O, one, 186.

Obedience, 140.

Ofacsed, questioned, tried, 153.

Ofdret, afraid, 266.

Office, offices, 122,124,125.

Official, 37.

Offre, ofi^er, 194 ; Offirede, offered,

193.
Ofguo, deserved, 13.
Ofguoinge, deserving, merit, 215.
Of halt, restrains, refrains, 178.
Ofhealdc, Ofhyealde, to keep
back, withhold, restrain, re-



frain, 9, 24, 38, 46, 177; pp.

254.
OfhealdeJ), Ofhyaldef, keep

back, withhold, 38, 39, 41, 78.
Ofhealdinge, sb, withholding, 34*
Ofhild, restrained, 190.
Ofrendes, offerings, 41.
Ofringe, offering, 229.
Of served, deserved, 131.
Ofserue)), deserves, 222.
Ofseruinge, deserving, merit, 114.
Oftake, overtake, 43.
Oftyened, very angry, 66.
Oksen, oxen, 243.
Oksef = aksethy ask, demand, 54,

109.
Oly, oil, 136.
Olyfont, elephant, 84.
On, one, 9, 48; *al on* = the

same, 15.
Onarmed, unarmed, 170.
Onbint, Onbynt, unbinds, 97.
Onblissed, unconsecrated, 41.
Onbojsam, disobedient, 21.
Onbojsamnesse, disobedience, 33.
Onbynde, unbind, 172.
Onbynde)), pi unbind, 40.
OnchargeJ), unloads, 97.
Onclenlich, Onclenliche, un-
cleanly, impure, 42.

Onclennesse, uncleanness, 203.

Onconnynde, ignorant, unknouh
ingy 59.

Onconnynde, ignorance, 131.

Onconnynghede, Onconnynd-
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Oncoufe, uncouth, strangers, 37^

193, 253.
Ondelff, digs up, 61.
Onder, under, 12.
Onderbere, support, 84.
Onderlinges, underlings, subjects,

39. '

Ondernime, undertake, 83, 123.
OndemimJ), surprises, 173.
Onderstanst, understandest, 270.
Onderstant, understands, 56, 129,

130.
Onderstonde, to understand, 14 ;
undertake, 131 ; pp. 14, 57 ;
pret, Understod ; subf, Under-
stode, 138 ; imp. Understand,
1 29. Onderstonde)), pi 79.
Onderstondinge, Onderstond-
ingge, understanding, 24, 56,
113.
OnderuangJ>, receives, 33, 65,

143.
Onderuinge, Onderuynge, pi

received, 101, 267.
Onderuonge, to receive, 14, 100;

pp. received, 14.
Onderuonge)), pi receive, 38, 42.
Onderuonginge, receipts, income,

37, 172.
Ondeniot, underfoot, 85, 184.
Onderzek)), searches out, 184.
Onde)), opens, 189.
Ondo, undo, 106, 107, 136.
One, alone, 103, 104.
Onen, dat one, 101, 102, 190.
Onest, honest, decorous, decent,



45, 214.
Onestete, decency, 53, 224.
One)), unites, 88.
Onhede, unity, oneness, solitude,

79, 142.
Oninge, Onynge, union, concord,
65,67,135, 153; i?Z. Onynges,
67.
Onjoini, unjoin, 107.
Onkende, unkind, unnatural, 188.
Onknawyndliche, unknowingly,

175.
Onleak, unlocked, opened, 67.
Onlepi, Onlepy, Onelepi, one,
same, single, 12, 13, 14, 21,
73, 88, 101.
Onlepihede, singularity, 21.
Onlepiliche, Onlepilyche, only,

55, 76, 175.
Onlosthede, disinclination, sloth,

31, 153, 163.
Onlosti, idle, 170, 174.
Onlyche, only, 265.
Onnea))es, Onnyea))e, scarcely,
hardly, 15, 18, 19, 28, 29, 174,
182.
Onpay)), displeases, 50.
Onri3t, unright, 39, 221.
Onr^tuol, Onri^tuoUe, wrong,

unlawful, 39, 270.
Onssriuel, careless, 32.
Onspekynde, ineffable, 266.
Ontodelinde, indivisible, 266.
Ontrewe, untrue, unfaithful, dis-
. honest, 18, 36, 37, 270.
Ontreufe, untruth, 17, 218.



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OntreweHclie, antraly, dishonest-
ly, 44.

Onj>ank, displeasure, 69.
On^lijnde, Onfolyinde, intoler-
able, 265. See polie.

Onwone]), discontinues, 32.

Onwor]>, sb. shame, displeasure,
€ulj, poor, hateful, mean, 35,
49, 132, 215, 270.

Onwor]>e, imp. despise, 196.

Onwor)>ede, despised, 77.

Onwor]»est^ despisest, 20.

Onwor]>e]>, despises, 8, 34, 79.

Onwor]>hede, contempt, 29, 175.

Onwor]?i, unworthy, to hold un-
worthy, despise, 22, 64, 84,
162 ; A.S. unworfian, to dis-
honour.

Onworflych, unworthy, 132.

OnworJ)ne88e,^ontempt, 9, 168.

Onwri, discover, lay bare, 174.
See Wraye, WrL

Onwrij>, opens, 58.

Onwri^e, uncovered, 244.

Onwiy^e, openly, 88, 112.

Onwyt, folly, 82, 83.

Onwythede, folly, 19.

Onwytynde, unwittingly, 37.

On-zauwed, unsaved, lost, 184.

Onzyginde, invisible, 268.

Op, Ope, up, above, over, upon,
39, 54, 236, 240.

Oparizinge, ascension, 213.

Opbere, upbear, support, 30.

Openede, opened, 96.

Openi, to open, 130.



Openliche, openly, 65, 73.
OphebbeJ), heave (lift) up, 217.
Opinions, 69.
Oplet, to starve, 33:
Opniminge, Opnymynge, undeiw

taking, enterprise, 22, 83, 84.
Opnome, uptaken, possessed, 143.
Oppe, open, 253.
Oprisinge, resurrection, 227.
Oprijt^ upright, 56.
Op pei, upon that^ so that^ 232.
Opweninge, overweening, pre-
sumptuous, 21.
Opwexeth, grow up, increase, 75.
Ordaynede, 7.
OrdayneJ), Ordeynef, 29, 123,

153, 260.
Ordayni, Ordeyni, to set in order,

subject to, 94, 152, 263.
Ordenliche, Ordenehche, orderly,

temperately, 125, 151.
Ordinance, 125.
Ordine, orderly, not inordinate,

153, 259.
Ordre, order, 48.
Orejrsonne, Oreysonnes, prayer,

prayers, 51.
Orible, Orrible, horrible, 43, 137.
Orped, valiant, 183.
Ost, host, 67.
0J>, oath, 6, 64 ; ohltq. case, oJ)e,

65 ; pi. opea, 64.
0)>er, or, 9, 10.
0]?er, other, second; pi. ofre, 6,

89.
Oferlaker, otherwise, 91, 94.



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331



Oj>erhuil, O^rhuyl, sometimes,

21, 30, 40.
Ofren, dat pi 136.
Oj)rene, Ofrenne, ace other, 8,
9, 10, 11, 21, 27, 28, 29, 30,
66, 175.
Oueral, everywhere, 25, 35, 173.
Ouercom, overcame, 169.
Ouercome, inf. 167, 168.
Ouercominge, victory, 169.
OuercomJ), overcomes, 117, 149,

169.
Ouer-dede, excess, 55.
Ouerdoinge, excess, 258, 260.
Oueigej), overgoes, surpasses, 34,

112,252.
OuerguoJ), pi. surpass, overgo,

212.
Ouerliche, Ouerlyche, above, 123.
Ouerlinge, ruler, 8, 122, 141,

147.
Ouerj)rauf, overthrows, 168.
Ouer))raweJ), 2?/. overthrow, 136.
Ouerwenere, presumptuous (one),

21, 22 ; pi. Ouerweneres, 59.
Ouerweninde, overweening, 169.
Ouerweninge, presumption, 17,

21, 29.
Ouer-yemJ), transgresses, ovei^

runs, 323. See Yeme.
Ouet, fimt, 27.
Oule, owl, 27.
Oure, hour, 54.
Oure, our, ours, 19.
Oures, prayers, 112.
Oumemens, ornaments, 140.



Ous, us, 117.

Outguoinge, outgoing, 190.
Outkestinge, out-casting, offshoot;

pH. Outkestinges.
Outnime, Outynome, Outnome,

except, 221, 250.
Outrage, Outtrage, extraordinary

thing, excess, extravagance ;

pi. outrages, 19, 54.
Oxi, toask, 114.
Oyle, oil, 93.
Oynement, ointment, 93.
Oje, Ojen, Ojene, own, 17, 21,

22, 28, 39, 48.
Ojeneres, proprietors, owners, 37.
Ojninge, possession, 37.
O3J), owneth, 9.

Paci, Pasi, to pass, pass away,

191, 214.
Pacience, 166.
Panewor]>e, pennyworth, 90.
Pans, pence, 190.
Parfite, perfect, 185.
Parfitlyche, perfectly, 144.
Parti, to part, 107.
Partiner, partner, 253.
Pasinde, passing, temporal, 209.
Pasindeliche, temporally, 172.
Passion, Passioun, 142.
Patroyllart, provincial, 211.
Paye, to please (sing, payj), pi.

payej)), 182, 216.
Payenes, pagans, 235.
Payinges, pleasings, 216.
Payse, peace, 162.



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Paysible, Payzible, peaceable, 261.

Penonce, penance, 221.

Peregrinage, pilgrimage, 187.

Perilousliche, perilously, 254.

Perle, pearl (of the eye), 158.

Perseuerance, 208.

Perseuerantliche, perseveringly,
210.

Pese, peace, 261.

Pesen, j?Z. pease, 120.

Pette {ohliq, case of pet), pit, 207.

Pe)), PeJ)e, path, 127, 185.

Pilgiime, 253.

Pine, torment; pi, Pinen, tor-
ments, 130, 131, 265.

PineJ), tonnents, 141.

Piteus, Pitous, piteous, merciful,
144, 150.

Plait, pleading, law-suit> 39.

Piastres, 148.

Playneres, plaintiffs, 39.

Playni, to complain, 132, 190.

Playteres, advocates, 39.

Playtinge, pleading, 162.

Playty, plead, 99.

Plenty plenty, 161.

Plenteliche, plentifully, 105.

Ple3es, plays, sports, 207, 214.

Poer, power, 170.

Pokoc, Pokoce, peacock, 257, 270.

Pond, pound, 190.

PorchaceJ), 176, 219.

Porchaci, Purchaci, to purcliase,
obtain, or earn a living, 193,
195.

Porpos, purpose, 209.



Pors, Porse, purse, 187, 188.

Poruaye, torueye, to foresee, pro-
vide for, 152.

PoruayeJ), Poruey]?, provide for»
distribute, 145.

PoruayJ), provides for, 138.

Porueynde, taking thought for,
265.

Porueyonce, prudence, 156.

Possessioun, 149, 150.

Posst, Posste, post, 148, 207.

Poty, to put, 135.

Poudres, powders, 148.

Pouer, power, 164.

Pouer, Poure, poor, 2)1, Poueren,
190.

Pouerehede, poverty, 138.

Pourehede, poorness, 130, 216.

Pouri, to pore, 177.

Pouringe, lookinge, 177.

Pourpre, purple, 229.

Poyns, points, 160.

Praysy, Prayzy, to praise, 134,
135, 152, 227; pi. pres. Prazej>,
143 ; prd. Prayzede, 243.



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