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Prechinge, 191.

Prede, pride, 258.

Prekief, prick, 230, 257.

Prekiinde, pricking, 148.

Prekiynges, Prekyinges, prick-
ings, stings, 203.

Prelat, prelate, 2>Z. Prelas, 175.

Presense, presence, 161.

Present, Presont, 189, 218.

Preste, proudest, 267 ; pridest,
270.



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Prestliche, readily, 140.
Presumcion, 182, 195.
Prette, prided, 258.
PreuB, brave, 83.
Pris, value, price, 234.
Priueliche, secretly, 225.
ProdeJ), pi pride, 79.
Profiti, to profit, 126.
Prou, profit, 85.
Proudliche, proudly, 168.
Prouduol, proud, 217.
Prouesse, Prowesse, 162, 164.
Prous, bold, hardy, 83.
Provi, to prove, 158.
Pryente, print, mark, 81.
Punissi, to punish, 148.
Purgi, to purge, 132.
Purte, purity, 202. .

Qualites, 153.
Quarel, arrow, 71.
Quaynte, gay, 89.
Quaynteliche, gaily, 47.
Quead, Qued, bad. See Kuead.
Queayntese, Qeyntise, craft, de-
ceit, 38, 90.

Queme, to please. See Kueme.

Queme)), please, 149.

Quern]), pleases, 231.

Quen, queen. See Kuen.

Quereles, quarrels, 83, 142.

Queme, mill, 181 ; A.S. cweo)m,

Quic, alive, living. See Kuic

Quit. See Kuit.

Rage, 141.



Rasour, razor, 66.
RaJ)e, early, soon, 52 ; comp, Rafre,
rather, sooner, 61, 71, 120, 140.
Raymi, to accuse, 44 ; A.S. reo-

mian, to cry out.
Rearde, speech, sound, 24, 211 ;

A.S. reard.
Rebel, rebellion, 68.
Rebele, v, rebel, 28.
Rebours, rebellious, 68.
Recorde, 142, 203.
Recorder, 55.
Recordi, Recordy, to record, call

to mind, 21, 59, 208.
Recordinge, 55.
Recreyd, recreant, 195.
Red, Rede, counsel, advice, con-
spiracy, 23 ; pi Redes, 9, 10,
23, 89, 165, 183, 184,
Redde, advised, 184.
Rede, to counsel, 38, 104, 154.
Rederes, advisers, 184.
Reforme, 81.
Refter, rafter, 175.
Refye, to move, shake, 116 ; A.S.

reajian^ to seize.
Reg (phliq. case, Regge), back,

116, 133, 177; A.^. rig.
Regno, reign, kingdom, 85.
Regno, to reign, 67.
Rekeni, Rekeny, to reckon, 35,

37, 173, 214.
Rekeninge, Rekenynge, account,

35, 171, 214.
Religioun, 41.
Relikes, 64.



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Eemedie, 207.

Bemenont^ lemnant^ 100.

Eemue, to remove, 104.

Benable, reasonable, 95, 163.

Eenay, Reney, apostate, 19.

Eenaye, Eeneye, deny, forsake,
disbelieve, 19.

Renayrie, apostasy, 19.

Rene, rain, 130.

Renoyre, Ronoyiye, unbelief, apo-
stasy, 17.

Rentes, revenue, 37, 41, 144.

Repente, 238.

Repentonce, 201.

Resemble, 59.

Respit, 39.

Resse, a rush, 253 ; A-S. resce,

Reste, to rest> 7, 31, 119, 260.

Restede, 7.

Resteuol, RestuoUe, contempla-
tive, 199.
Resye, to quake, resound, 23.
Ret, advises, 22, 184, 187.
Rei^ reads, 147, 231.
Reule, rule, 150.
Reule, to rule, 124.
Reufe, Rewfe, mercy, pity, 186,

189.
Reufevol, merciful, 116, 186, 188,

195.
Reven, sheriflfe, reeves, 37, 39,

43.
Reverence, 20.
Reverte, 128.
Keward, regard, 74.
Rewjjeuolle, merciful, 198.



Riband, ribald, 51, 127.

Ribaudie, Ribaudy, ribaldry,
128, 203, 220.

Ribaus, pi. of Riband, a ribald,
192.

Riche, kingdom, 197 ; A-S. rj/ce.'

Richesse, riches, 24, 77.

Ridinges,'ridings, 24.

Rine, rain, 49.

Riotouse, 170.

Ripe, to reap, 214.

Rijt^ Rijte, Ryjte, right, 8.

Ri^tes, 40.

Ri3tuol, just^ equitable, 44, 105,
135, 196.

Ri^tuoUiche, equitably, right-
fuUy, 196, 201.

Rijtuolnesse, Rijtnesse, rightful-
ness, righteousness, 3, 29, 124,
154.
Robbere, robber, 39, 79.
Robbi, to rob, 39.
Robbynges, thefts, 39.
Roberie, Robeiye, robbery, 9, 34.
Robes, 24.
Roche, rock, 142.*
Rocky, to rock, 116.
Rod, rode, cross, 1, 114.
Romongours, horse-dealers, 44.
Rond, round, 1.
Ronsoune, ransom, 35. '
Roppes, entrails, 62; A. S. roppas.
Rote, root, 34, 95; pi Roten,

34, 35, 68, 116. ,
Roted, rotten, 205.
Roj)er, rudder, 160.



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Eotie, Kotye, to rot, decay, 32,

205.
Euby, 76.
Euieles, rules, 97.
Bussoles, rissoles, cakes made in

the fiying-pan, from O.Fr. m-

soler, to fry, 263.
Bybaus, 259.
Byche, kingdom, 66.
Kynde, rind, 99.
Ryote, rote, 99.
Ry3tne8se, righteousness, 266.
Kyj-uoUiche =iy3t-uolliche, right-

fuUy, 265.

Sabat, sabbath, 7.

Sacrefices, 187.

Sacrement,2>?. Sacremens, 14, 40,

48, 238.
Sacre]), makes sacred, 235.
Sacrifice, 187.
Sacrilege, 34, 40.
Safyr, sapphire, 76.
Salamandie, 167.
Sanguine, 157.
Sanynt, Saynt, saint, 262.
Satisfaccion, 32.
Savour, 138.
Sau^ safe, 36.
Sause, sauce, 55.
Sautere, psalter, 27.
Sayn, Sanyn (for Saynt), saint, 1,

2, 12, 14.
Saysine, Sayzine, possession, 144,

149.
ScaUede, having the scdll or



scab, 224.
Scarse, scant, 53, 54.
Scarsliche, niggardly, 34.
Scarsnesse, niggardliness, 159.
Scele, Sckele, skill, reason, 11,

12, 18, 53, 54.
Sceluol, Sceluolle, skilful, reason-
able, 61, 169, 259.
Scin, Scinne, skin,, 44, 137, 230;
Sclondre, slandre, 6.
Scluse, Sluice, 255.
Scoflfe, scorn, ridicule, 128.
Scolde, to scald, 66.
Scole, school, 34.
Scolere, scholar, 39.
Scome, scum, 44.

Scome,i?Z. Scomes, 22, 74, 128.

Scome, to scorn, 22.

Scomere, pi, Scomeres, 63, 177.

Scomi, to scorn, 211.

Scorpioun, 62.

Scot, payment, 51 ; A.S. sceat,

Scriveyns, scriveners, 44.

Seculeres, pi. Seculeer, 215.

Semblef , 2>^., resemble, 176.

Semblont, pretence, 27, 137.

Sengle, single, 48, 175.

Sentense, opinion, 69.

Sercle, circle, 141.

Sergond, Sergpnt, Seriont, ser-
vant, officer, pi. Sergons, Se-
rious, 32, 33, 35, 39, 188.

Sermon, Sermoun, 20, 138.

Servi, Seruy, to serve, 5, 6, 24,
54, 79, 225.

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Seruons = seriions, servants,

officers, 37.
Simple, 134.

Simpleliche, simply, 134.
Simplesse, simplicity, 140.
Simulacion, 23.
Skele, reason, cause, 6, 7, 8, 38 ;

pi Skeles, 80, 117.
Skeluol, reasonable.
Skeluolliche, reasonably, with

reason, 6.
Slac, slack, slow, 32.
Slacnesse, slowness, idleness, 33,

138, 169.
Sla^e, to slay (3rd pers. sing,

SlajJ)), 8, 34, 61, 89, 174.
SIa3j)e, slaughter, death, 90.
Sle, Slea, to slay, 48, 223.
Sleaufe, Sleawfe, Sleufe, sloth,

16, 31, 34, 40, 67, 157, 163.
Sleauuol, Sleauuolle, Sleawol,

slothful, 170, 174.
Slep, sleep, 31, 264.
Slepe, to sleep, 29, 61.
Slep]), sleeps, 56, 127.
Slepinde, sleeping, 158.
Sleuuol, Sleawolle, SleuuoUe,

slothful, 31, 32, 34, 67.
SleuuoUiche, slothfully, 32.
Sle^e, adj, prudent, 265.
Sle3fe, sleight, craft, prudence,

18, 78, 118, 124, 265.
Slyt, sHdes, 149.
Smac, Smak, taste, relish, 33,

82, 83, 106, 245 ; pi Smackes,

112.



Smackinde, tasting, relishing,

245, 260.
Smacky, to taste, 247, 269.
SmakeJ), taste, relish, 92, 106.
Smal, small, 74, 137 ; pi Smale,

23, 130.
Smalliche, adv. minutely. 111 ;

A.S. smealtce.
Smel, smeU, 123, 177.
Smerie, to smear, anoint, 60; A.S.

sm^ridn,
Smeringe, anointing, 148.
Smeryels, Smeriels, ointment,

187, 217 ; A.S. smerds.
Smit, smites, 30, 116.
Smite, sound, voice, 140.
Smifes, carpenters.
Smot, smote, 48.
Snaw, snow, 267.
Snegge, snail, 32 ; A.S. sneg-d,

snaiL
Snode, morsel, 77, 111 ; pi.

Snoden, 218 ; A.S. snidy from

mtdan, to cut.
Sobre, 254.

Sobreliche, soberly, 248, 265.
Sobrete, sobriety, 4, 254.
Sodaynliche, suddenly, 64, 248.
Soffre, suffer, 139.
Soigneus, busy, 156.
Solaci, to please, 63, 213.
Solas, solace, 72, 108.
Solemnes, pi. Solemn, 224.
Solempne, solemn, 225.
Somblont, pretence, 211.
Somme, sum, 261.



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Somoni, to summon, 87, 104.
Sopl^strie, 65.
Sopiere, supper, 133.
-Sostene, Sostyne, to sustain, 35,

38, 39, 45, 56, 57, 104.
Sostinonce, 54, 139.
Sotil, subtle, crafty, pL Sotyls,

26, 59, 82, 99.
SotiUiche, subtlely, 26, 46, 99.
Sotylhede, subtlety, 117.
Soucouri, to succour, 186.
Soudeurs, soldiers, 146.
Soupi, to sup, 52.
Soverayn, 189.

Sovi, Sovy, to save, 98, 162, 226.
Spacialliche, specially, 252.
Spade, 108.

Spari, to spare, abstain, 157, 224.
Speche, speech, 21.
Special, 15, 16, 94.
Specialliche, specially, 2, 7, 16,

69.
Spek, spake, 251.
Speke, to speak, 33 ; 3rd pers,

s'uKj, Spekf, Spec]), speaks, 10,

34, 56, 126 ;i?/. Spekef, 18.
Spekeman, spokesman, 60, 99.
S]>ekenne, to speak, 94, 103, 104,

109.
Spekinde, speaking, 226.
Spekinge, speaking, speech, 50.
Spelle, story, gospel, 5, 6, 57,
. 58, 109.
Spendere, expender, treasurer,

190.
Si)cndinge, expense ; pi. Spend-



inges, 21, 34, 37.
Sperringe, a sparrow, 52 ; A.S.
• speanva.
Spille, to destroy, 232 ; Zrdpers.

sing. SpUj), 182, 212.
Spirituallyche, spiritually, 14.
Spifre, spider, 164.
Sposayles, espousal, wedding,

189, 235.
Spotty, blemished, faulty, 192.
Spousbreche, adultery, 37.
Spouse, 10, 118.
Spousede, espoused, 118.
Spoushod, marriage, 10, 43, 185.
Spousy, to marry, 225.
Spousynge, marriage, 227.
Sprede, to spread, 29.
Spret, spreads, 23, 131.
Ssake, to shake, 4, 116.
Ssamo, shame, 8 ; pi. Ssames,

21, 82.
Ssamio, to be ashamed, 229.
Ssamnesse, shame, 142.
Ssamuest, Ssamueste, modest,

193, 216, 222.
Ssamuol, shameful, 117.
Ssamuolliche, shamefully, 181.
Ssarnbodde, sharn-budo, a dung

beetle; A.S. sceam, dung, 61.
Ssarp, sharp, 165.
Ssarpnesse, sharpness, penance,

142, 165, 186.
Ssast = ssla^d = sla^st, slayest,

56.
Ssat = seeaty shot, 45.
Sseawere, a mirror, 84, 177.



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Sseawinge, revelations, appear-
ance, 2 ; pi. Sseawynges, 14.

Sseawy, ssewy, to show, 56, 73,
100; pt SseaweJ), 21, 26,
110 ; pret. Sseawede, 13.

Ssed, Ssede, shade, shadow, 77,
95, 97, 137.

Ssedde, shed, 1, 107.

Sseduy, to take shade or shelter,
97.

Sseffea =- ssepfes, forms, 62.

Ssel, (1.) shall, 2, 5, 104 ; (2.)
owes, ought, 113, 115, 145,
214.

Saeld, shield, 1, 167.

Sselt, Shalt, 5, 129.

Ssende, to destroy, confound,
ruin, 28, 126, 148 ; Zrd pers.
sing, pres, Ssent ; A.S. srendan,

Ssep, Ssepe, sheep, 50, 88, 137,
192.

Ssepe, reward, pay, lure, 33, 40,
86, 113, 146; pi. Ssepes,
wages, 39. Chaucer uses Shype
(Parson's Tale) in the same
sense ; cp. A.S. sceoppa, a
treasury.

Ssepinges, forms, creatures, 64,
108, 245.

Sseppere, creator, 6, 7, 18, 145.

Ssepf, giveth reward, 209.

Ssepfo, creature, form, 5, 6, 81,
151, 270; pi. Ssep>es, 13,
64, 84, 112 ; A.S. sceppan, to
form ; sceaft^ creature.

Sserte, shirt, 190.



Sset, shuts, 186, 218.

Ssette, to shut, 179, 188 ; pret.

Ssette, 189.
Ssette-pors, a shut-purse, 187.
Ssetteles, hars, 94 ; A.S. scyttd,

lock, bar, bolt.
Ssrewees, mirrors, 176.
Ssewy, to show, 44, 69. See



Ssewynge, appearance, 36. See

Sseawinge.
Ssine, to shine, 188.
SsinJ), shines, 64.
Ssip, Ssipe, ship, 112, 129.
Ssipmen, shipmen, sailors, 60,

140. ■
Ssmak, taste, 83.
Sso, shoe, 220.
Ssoinge, shoes, 154.
SsofJ), shoves, 174.
Ssolde, should, 12 ; 2nd per. dng.

Ssoldest; ^rd pi. Ssolden, 6,

12, 20.
Ssolle, SsoUen,i??. shall, 1, 3, 5, 8.
Ssop, created, 87.
Ssomede, scabby, 224. /SeeSsarn-

bode.
Ssort, Ssorte, short, brief, 81, 98,

99, 189.
Ssorthede, brevity, 99.
Ssortlaker, more briefly, 252.
SsortHche, briefly, 24, 79,99, 123.
Ssrede, to clothe, 90, 258 ; A.S.

scrydarif to clothe.
Ssi-edinge, clothing, 177, 258.
Ssrewe, wretch, 32.



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Ssrifte, Ssryfte, Ssrifje, shrift, 4,

U, 20, 31, 32.
Ssrif)), shrives, 174.
Ssriue,/?.^?. shriven, 174.
Ssriuere, confessor, 174.
Ssriufteuader, father confessor,

38, 155.
Ssrive, Ssry ve, to shrive, confess,

5, 32, 70, 132.
Ssrof, shrove, confessed, 178.
Ssroud, covering, dress, 258.
Ssyetere, shooter, archer, 174.
Ssylde, to shield, 271.
Ssyne, to shine, 267.
Ssynynde, shining, 76.
Stable, 83.
Stablen, stables, 210.
Stages, 122.
Stale, stealing, theft, 9.
Stape, step, 3, 47 ; pL Stapes, 32,

46.
Stas {pL of Stat), states, 28.
Stat, state, 7, 28, 48.
Stea^, ascended, 13, 213; A.S.

stigan (pret. stdh), to ascend.
Stech, Stechche, piece, pL Stech-

ches, 62, 111 ; A.S. sticce,
Stede, place, 7, 140.
Stedeuest, stedfast, 84, 116, 232.
Stedeuestliqhe, stedfastly, 11, 86,

105, 233.
Stedeuestnesee, stodfastness, 83,

164.
Stef, staff, pi. Steues, 156.
Stefhede, stiffness, strength, 263.
Stcfliche, strongly, 258.



Stele, to steal, 79 ; 2nd per. sing.

Stelst, 38; 3rd sing. Stelf, 23,

37; pi. SteleJ), 26, 37. *
Stempe, to stumble, 206. Stumpe

occurs in this sense in Owl and

Nightingale.
Stench, stink, 248.
Stene, to stone, 213.
Steple, 23, 180.
Sterie, to stir, direct, endeavour,

173, 186.
Sterre, star, 164.
Sterren, stars, 267.
Sterue, to die, 2, 70, 143 ; pi 2nd

sing. Sterfst, 71 ; 3rd sing.

SterfJ), 54, 71 ; 3rd pi. Ster-

uep, 36, 71 ; subj. pret. Storue,

54 ; pret. Sterf, 70.
Steruinde, dying, 75.
Steruinge, death, 10, 73, 95, 165.
Steve, staff, 156. See Stef.
StiUehede, solitude, 142.
Stilliche, secretly, 65.
Stinkinde, Stynkynde, stinking,

32, 49, 81, 189.
Stole, stool, 239.
Ston, stone, 1 ; pi. Stones, 140.
Stonchi, to staunch, 73, 110.
Stondinde, standing, 170; stiif,

216.
Stoppi, to stop, 257.
Stor, incense, 211 ; A.S. star.
Storue, Storuen, died, 12, 67.

See Sterue.
Stoupi, to stoop, bend, 151.
Strait, Strayt, Strayte, 54, 78, 1 30.



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Straitliche, Straytliche, Streyt-
liche, straitly, strictly, 7, 18,
34, 171.
Strang, strong, lQ;pl. Stronge,

83.
Stranger, stronger, 168.
Stranglaker, more strongly, 17,

25, 88, 116.
Stranglakest, most strongly, 157.
Strangliche, strongly, firmly, 15,

127, 212.
Strayny, to restrain, 263.
Strechche, to stretch, 103.
Streme, Streame, stream, 72.
Stronger, stronger, 170.
Strengjje, force, 3, 45, 161 ; no
strengfe = no fors, no matter,
51.
Strengfi, to strengthen, 86, 180.
Strepe, to strip, 98, 105.
Strif, Stryf, strife, dispute, 23,

57, 66.
Striui, to strive, dispute, 05,
Striuinde, striving, 154.
Stryfinge, strife, 57.
Strok, stroke, 34.
Stude, Studie, Studye, to study,

24, 34, 70, 78, 232.
Substance, 113.

Substanciel, Suhstancieler, 113.
Sudyakne, Sufdeakne, subdea

con, 225, 235.
Suspiciouses, pi suspicious, 226.
Sustyene)}, pi sustain, 57.
Symoniaks, 41.
Symony, 34, 41, 42.



Tables (commandments), 5.
Tables, games of hazard, 45, 52.
Take, to give, 22; touch upon,

56 ; 3rd sing, Takp, 175.
Takinges, touchings, handlings,

9, 10, 46.
Tale, number, estimation, 11, 108,

234.
Tal^-inde, tale-bearing, 207.
Taueme, 56.
Tauerayer, a tavern-keeper, 44;

a tavem-goer, 51.
Tayles, duties, toUage, 38.
Te, to, 172.
Tealde, told, 239.
Techches, habits, bad habits, 32,
136.

Teche, to teach ; 3rd sing, TekJ),
6, 49 ; pi TecheJ), 8.

Techinge, teaching, 68.

Tedra^ynge, detraction, 61.

Telle, to number, reckon, 17, 21.

Telleres, narrators, 58.

Tellinge, numbering, 1.

Tel]>, tells, 62.

Temperance, 4, 124.

Tempeste, 73.

TempreJ), tempers, 254.

Tende, tenth, 2, 11, 13.

Tendes, tithes, 41.

Tendre, tender, 77, 148.

Teppe (obliq, case of Tep), a tap,
27.

Terestre, 50.

Terme, 33.

Te]>, t«eth, 67.



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Teue = to ene, yesterday even-
ing, 51.

Tejele, tUe, 167.

Tidyinges, tidings, 58.

Tiene, to annoy, weary, 34. See
Tyeni.

Timlich, Timliche, timely, tem-
poral, 19, 30, 44, 52.

To, too, 6.

To-ayens, against, 6, 10, 26, 158.

To-brekef, pi. break in pieces, 64.

Tobre^J), breaks in pieces, 6,

Tobroke, broken in pieces, 30.

Tocleue, burst in pieces, 50, 56.

Tocne, Tokne, a token, sign, 226.

Tocnen, Toknen, tokens, signs,
10, 69, 216.

Todele, to divide, separate, dis-
tinguish, distribute, 2, 17, 80;
Todel {imp.) 73, 74 ; pp. To-
deld, 83, 86; jrret Todelde,
226, 164 ; To-dele we, let us
depart, 72.

Todelinge, division, separation, 3,
72, 189.

To-delf, divides, separates, dis-
tinguishes, 16, 17, 119.

To-di^t, explained, rendered, 164.
See Di3te.

Todi3tinge, division, 72.

To-drajinge, detraction, 57, 62.

To-drajJ), detracts, depreciates, 62.

Togidere, Togydere, together, 43,
67.

To-heawe, to hew to pieces, 62 ;
to-heau]), curtails.



Tokne, token, 68, 177.
Toknen, tokens, signs, 2.
Tckninge, sign, 50.
Tol, toll, 192.
To-moche, very much, 14.
Tomochelhede, excess, 248.
Tonge, tongue, 24, 50.
Tongen, tongues, 22, 142.
Tonne, a tun, barrel, 27, 167.
Tonnen, tuns, 35.
Toparte, to divide, diistribute, 170.
Toppe, above, 6, 106, 163.
Torment, «&. 29, 79 ;pl. Tormens,

73, 166, 167.
Tormente, v. 53.

Tomement, Tomoyment, a tour-
nament, 46, 101, 117, 252 ; pi.
Tomemens, Tomoymens, 166,
252. *
Tofan, to that, 56.
ToualJ), falls back, perishes, 33,

184.
Tonnes, towns, 30.
Touore, before, 7.
Tour, tower, 23, 47.
Toyans, Toyeans, Toyens, against,

towards, 20, 86.
To^te, taught, 96, 149.
Trau, Traw, Traue, Trawe,
Trauwe, tree, 28, 57, 95, 201,
202.
Trauail, sb. labour, 130.
Trauailinde, running, 167.
Trauayli, to labour, oppress, 33,

39, 171.
Traues, Trawes, trees, 25, 94, 95.



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Traysoun, treason, 37.

Tresor, Trezor, treasuro, 57, 96.

Tresoriere, treasurer, 231.

Tretable, tractable, 94, 167.

Trete, to treat, 142.

Trewe, true, 101.

Treueliche, Treweliche, Triewe-

liche, truly, 79, 134, 169.
Treufe, TrewJ>e, truth, troth, 221,

256.
Triacle, remedy, medicine, 17,

144.
Trobli, Troubli, to trouble, 104,

150.
Trone, throne, 266.
Trossinge, tressing of hair, 176.
Trost, imp, trust, 241.
Trosti, to trusty 242.
Trufles, jests, 56, 58.
Truont, a beggar, 174 ; pi. Tru-

ons, 194.
Tuay, Tuaye, two, 1, 30, 67.
Tuelf, twelve, 2, 11.
Tuelfte, twelfth, 14.
Tuo, two, 2.
Turle, turtle dove, 226.
Tuyes, Tuies, twice, 35, 36.
Tuyg, a twig, 22 ; pH, Tuyggee,

Tuyegges, 17, 41.
Tuyste, to twist, 159.
Tyares, lyeares, Tyeres, tears,

74, 83, 173, 267.
Tyene, anger, grief, disinclination,

31, 66, 124 ; A.S. teSna.
Tyeni, Tyeny, to grow weary of,

73, 99, 142, 161 ; A.S. teonan.



Tymlich, Tymliche, temporal, 2.

Tyrans, tyrants, 182.

Jja,/. the, that, 33.

])an, dot. that (man), 23.

J)an, those, 21, 265.

Jjane, Jjanne, ace. the, 27, 34, 66.

])ank, thanks, 18.

Jjanne, than, then, when, 12, 16,

18, 20, 30.
)}annes, thence, 12.
Jjaj, though, 9.

Jja^les, yet, nevertheless, 6, 8, 9.
Jje, thou-thyself, 54. .
J)eauwes, Jjeawes, practices, habits,

17, 78, 131 ; A.S. ^w.
)jollich,Jjelliche, this, these, such,

7, 8, 9, 10, 27, ^66 ; A.S.

^yUte^ ^ylc, the like. It is pro-
bable that the pL ^ellickey O.E.

pdke^hsa been confounded with

A.S. pa ylca, the same.
J^enche, to think, 47, 55 ; imp.

Thench, 20 ; Jjengst, 2nd per.

sing. 214 ; Zrd s. pengf, 18,

65, 92.
|}enchinde, thinking, 212.
J)enchinge, thought, 6, 72, 212.
J)er, there, where, 1, 5, 6, 58.
J)erhuile, J)erhuils, J^erhuyl, whilst,

139, 217.
J)erles, windows, 204 ; A.S. pdrd,

a hole.
J)ermide, therewith, 127.
])eme, for pesne^ ace. this, 94,

111, 113, 214.
pertejens, there-against, 11,



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Jjes, m. this, 53, 65, 150.

J>et, rel that, 1, U, 19.

J)et, the artide neuter, the, 2, 14,

16, 19, 181.
pet o))er, second, 16.
Jjet-to-fan, in order that, 170.
Jjewes, customs, habits, 79.
Jjider, thither, 140.
Jjieffe, theft, 9.
Jjieme, a maid servant, 129.
Jjiesterliche, darkly, 244.
])iestemesse, darkness, 201.
Jjiestre, dark, 159 ; A,S,\feo8ter.
J)incf, J)ingf, appears, 18, 108,

143, 164.
Jjinen (of), thine, 194.
J)is (dot. Jjise, Jjisen), 2, 6, 7,

44, 121.
j)is, Jjise, J)es, these, 1, 7.
J)o,/. the, that, 1, 12, 13.
J)o, pi. the, those, 8, 9, 13.
)3o, when, 141.

Jjole, imp., suffer, endure, 117.
J)olemodnes3e, patience, endur-
ance, 68, 132, 183, 185.
Jjolie, Jjolye, to suffer, endure, 1 2,

22, 33, 74, 162; A.S. pdlian.
Jjoliynge, Jjolyinge, endurance,

suffering, 157, 163, 164.
Jjolynde, enduring, 167.
J)on, those, 11, 12, 135.
Jjondre, thunder, 130.
Jjonke, J}onke8, thanks, 18, 55,

262.
J^nki, Jjonky, to thank, 6, 7.
Jjom-hog, hedge-hog, 66,



Jjorst, thirst, 73, 96.

Jjorj, through, 81,

Jjos, Jjous, thus, 39, 184.

))oume, thumb, 43.

Jjousend, Jjouzen, Jjousond, 67,

75, 77, 268.
J)03t, Jj03te, thought, 6, 9.
J)rauwe, Jjrawe, to throw, 139,

152.
J)raw}), J)rauf, throws, 17, 23,

179.
Jjreapni, Jjreapny, to threaten, re-
prove, 97, 162, 184; A.S.
preapian,
Jjreapninge, Jjreapnynge, threat-
ening, 38, 65, 66, 72.
Jjrel, pi Jjrelles, thrall, slave,

19, 67, 86, 87.
Jjreldom, Jjreldome, slavery,

bondage, 86, 87.
J)restes, crowds, hosts, 183.
Jjreu, threw, 133.
J)ri, three, 2, 3, 7 ; Jjrisife, three

times, 234.
J)ridde, third, 2, 12.
Jjries, thrice, 35, 36.
J)rin, therein, 167.
Jjrittajte, thirtieth, 234.
Jmtti, thirty, 141, 234.
J)rote, throat, 14.
Jjyef, ohliq. case, Jjyeve, thief,

37, 263 ; pi Jjyeues, 37.
Jjyeffe, theft, 38, 192.
Jjyester, Jjyestre, dark, 45, 264,

266, 276 ; A.S. l^eoster.
J)yestemesse, darkness, 189.



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))yues := Jjyeues, thieves, 254.

Uader, father, pi, Uaderes, 155.

Uaderlease, Uaderlyese, father-
less, 188, 193.

Uair, Uayr, Uaire, Uayre, fair,
16, 27, 81.

UaUe, to faU, 29, 31.

Ual]), falls, ^^ ; Ualle]), pi fall,
69.

Ualouwe, to fade, 81.

Uals, Ualse, false, 6, 10, 18.

Ualse, to forge, 40, 62.

Ualsere, a falsifier, 62.

Ualshede, falsehood, 10, 39, 63.

Ualsliche, Ualslyche, falsely, 28,
64.

Ualsne, ace. false, 24.

Uand, found, 57, 181.

Uanite, vanity, 77.

Uanni, to fan, winnow, 139.

Uare, to fare, 1.

TJayre]), hecomes fair, 95 ; makes
fair, 232.

Uayrhede, beauty, 16, 18, 75.

Uayrliche, fairly, smoothly, 1,
69.

Ueawe, few, 162, 254.

Uedde, fed, 96, 190.

Uede, to feed, 199.

Uelaje, fellow, participator, ac-
cessory, 36, 37, 67.

Uela^e, to join, share, participate,
101, 102, 256.

Uela3rede, fellowship, commu-
nion, 9, 10, 14, 38.



Ueld, Uelde, Uelden, filled, 55,
233.

Ueld, Uelde, field, 81, 131.

Uele, Uelen, many, 5, 13, 1.02,
103 ; uelesipe, uelezipe, many
times, 20, 257 ; ueleuald, many
fold, 212.

Uele, to feel, 154, 180.

Uelinge, feeling, 241.

Uelle, skin, 210.

Uelle, to fill, 77, 92.

Uelle]), pL fill, 44.

Uelf, feels, 23, 25, 131.

UelJ), fills, 58.

Uelfe, filth, 56, 61, 81.

Uend, Uiend, Uyend, enemy,
fiend, devil, 1, et passim.

Uendonginge, vendago, sale, 36.

Uenial, Uenyal, 16, 73.

Uenim, Uenym, 17, 22.

Ueniraouse QV. Uenimouses), 27,
171.

Uer, Uere, fire, 30, 65, 66, 74.

Uer,far, 133, 143.

Uerliche, suddenly, hastily, 55,
130.

Uerlichhede, haste, 55 ; A.S. /c^,
sudden ; fctrlice, suddenly.

Uerre, far, distant, 204.

Uerri, to put at a distance, re-
move, 178; A.S. /?orr/a;i.

Uers, verse, 128.

Uerst, Uerste, first, 1, 2, 31.

Uerste, to delay, 173 ; A.S. fyrsf,
interval ; fyrstan, to give re-
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Uerfe, fourth, 2, 3.
TJerfinge, farthing, 193.
Uest, Ueste, fast, 50, 91, 178.
Ueste, to fast, 51, 52.
Uestemens, vestments, 41.
Uestinges, fasts, 33, 51, 52.
Uestliche, fast, firm, 166, 252,

243.
Uestnesse, firmness, stability, 1 04,

107.
Uestni, to fasten, strengthen,

establish, 106, 117, 213.
Uet, feet, 14, 15.
Uet, Uette, fat, 35, 53.
Uete, ohliq, case of Uet, a vat,

vessel, 199.
Ueteres, fetters, 128.
Ueth, feedeth, 241.
Ueferen, feathers, 270.
UetteJ), pi fatten, 241.
Uice, 27.
Uif, five, 46.
Uifte, Uyfte, fifth, 2.
Uil, UQe, Uyl, Uyle, vile, 82,

132, 180.
Uil, fell {pi UiUe, Uillen), 16,

67, 98.
Uilayn, Uileyn, Uileyne, wicked,

disgraceful, vile, 59, 194.
Uile, Vile, oil, 93.
Uile, will, 152.
Uiles, pi vile, 76.
Uileynie, Uileyneye, Uileynye,

disgraceful conduct, wicked-
ness, 18, 31, 75.
Uileynlaker, more wickedly, 64.



Uileynliche. Uileynlyche, wick-
edly, 64, 69.

Uilhede, vileness, 130.

Uilliohe, \-ilely, shamefully, 133.

Uinde, Uynde, to find ; 2rul
pers. diig. Uinst; Zrd pers.
dng, Uint, 38, 39, 74, 207.

Uingre, finger, 5, 63.

Uisage, 45.

Uiss, Uisse, fish, 50, 110, 170.

Uissere, fisherman, 60, 238.

Uifele, fiddle, 105.

Uijt, Uiyjte, fight, 131, 169.

Uijte, to fight, 15, 157.

Ui3tinde, fighting, 219.

Uijtinge, fighting, fight, 37, 170,
181.

Ulateri, to flatter, 61.

Ulatours, flatterers, 256.

Ulaje, pp. flayed, 73.

Ulea^, fled, 130, 141.

Uledde, Uledden, fled, 204.

Uless, Ulesse, flesh, 9, 31, 47,
80, 110, 180.

Ulesslich, Ulessliche, Ulesslyche,
fleshly, carnal, 10, 35, 42, 87,
176.

UleJ), flies, flieth, 25, 41.

Ule3e, fly, 136.

UlQ^en, flies, 39, 58, 270.

Ulindre, moth, 206. This is con-



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