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Do withal, ii. 534

Expedient, expeditious, iii. 46; iv. 19. Dowle, doun, i. 61

134; v. 160. 360 Dribbling, or dribbing, ii. 17

Expiate, erpired, v. 417; viii, 486 Drum, Jack, üi. 269

Exposture, exposure, vi. 223 Drumble, to bungle, to fumble, i. 231 Extended, seized, viii. 11 Dry-foot, to draw, a phrase of the Extremes, extremities, vi. 91 chase, ii. 153

Eyas, young hawk, vii. 247 Ducdame, iii. 38

Eyas-musket, small young hawk, i. 227 Dudgeon, handle, vii. 121

Eye of green, shade of green, i. 33 Duello, laws of the, iii. 95

Eyry, nest, vii. 247 Dump, a musical term, i. 143; vi. 478; Eysil, vinegar, vii. 332 ; viii. 524. See viji. 447

also “ Esil." Dun’s the mouse, vi. 393

Fading, the burden of a ballad, iii. 499 Eaning time, time of parturition, i. Fadge, to suit, to answer, ii. 349 ; iii. ccxc; viii. 322

352 Ear, to plough, iv. 169; viii. 11. 21. Fair, fairness, ii. 126. 397; iii. 49 478. See also “ Unear’d."

Fall, to drop, to let full, iv, 181 Ear-bussing, vii. 390

Falsing, ii. 130 Eager, sour, v. 274; vü. 225

Fancies and good-nights, iv. 407 Eche, to eke, viii. 309

Fancy, lore, ii. 520; ii. 510; viji, 547 Eftest, readiest, ii. 254

Fangled, trifling, i. cclxxxix; viii. 242 Eggs for money, taking, iii. 439 Fantastical, imaginary, vii. 105 Eld, age, vi. 48

Fap, drunk, i. 183 Emballing, v. 540

Farced, stuffed, inflated, iv. 534 Embarquement, impediment, vi. 171 Fashions, farcins, iii. 156 Embossed, foaming at the mouth, iii. 108. Fast and loose, a game, viii. 103 271; viii. 105

Favour, countenance, iii. 361; iv. 188. Enactures, vii. 273; viii. 550

294; vii. 24 ; viji. 248. 359 Engle, gull, iii. 173

Fear no colours, iii. 337 Enmew, to mew up, to hide, ii. 51 Fear, to frighten, iv. 430 ; v. 294. 323 ; Enseamed, greased, vii. 289

vüi. 46. 405 Entreat, to treat, iv. 161; v. 150 Feat, nice, neat, viii. 141. 248. 546 Envious, hating, v. 147

Federary, confederate, iii. 454. See Envy, hatred, ü. 537; vi. 216; vii. 31 also“ Feodary.” Envoy, conclusion, ii. 312

Fee-farm, for ecer, vi. 68 Escoted, paid, vii. 248

Feere, companion, ucife, vi. 327; viii. 272 Esil, tinegar, vii. 332 ; vni. 524. See Fell, hide, skin, vii. 179 also “ Eysil.”

Feodary, confederate, ii. 45 ; iii. 454 ; Ever among, iv. 447

viii. 187. See also “ Federary." Even Christian, vii. 322

Fern-seed, its property, iv. 251
Ever, always, v. 591

Festinately, hastily, ii. 310
Everlasting, a material for dress, ii. 153 Fet, fetched, iv. 502
Evil, curing the, vii. 167

Fetch, trick, vii. 231
Excrement, beard, hair, iï. 518; Fierce, viii. 259
vii. 298

Fig, the Spanish, iv. 451 Exempt, taken away, separated, ii. 132 Fild, polished, viii. 514 Exhibition, maintenance, i. 104

File, to defile, vii. 136 Exigent, end, v. 44

Fill-horse, ii. 496 ; vi. 68. See also Expedience, erpedition, iv. 226; viii. 14 “ Thills."

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Fine, refined, artful, iii. 312

Gad, a point, vi. 328 Fine, to end, viii. 442

Gain-giving, misgiving, vii. 341 Firago, for Virago, iii. 393

Galliard, a dance, iï. 334
Fire-drake, serpent, dragon, v. 603 Galloway nags, iv. 386
First-good, best, v. 521

Gallow, to terrify, vii. 420
Fives, a disorder in horses, iii. 157 Gallowglasses, v. 205 ; vii. 100
Five wits, vii. 425 ; viii. 538

Garboils, commotions, viii. 17
Fixure, fixture, vi. 31

Garden-house, ii. 95
Flap-dragon, ii. 346 ; iii. 484 ; iv. 388 Gaskins, large breeches, üi. 338
Flap-jacks, pancakes, viii. 294

Gaudy, joyful, viii. 87 Flaw, gust, v. 162 ; vii. 329 ; viii. 313. Gear, mutter, ii. 479 ; v. 154; vi. 13 386

Geck, fool, iii. 418; viii. 240 Flecked, spotted, vi. 414

General, subjects, ii. 42 ; vii. 251 Fleet, float, viii. 86

Germins, sprouting seeds, vii. 154 Flewd, chapped, ii. 447

Gest, a resting-place, iii. 433 Flight-arrows, ü. 188

Gib-cat, a male cat, iv. 232 Flote, ware, i. 20

Gillyflowers, iii. 495 Flouted, scorned, v. 389

Gilt, gilding, iv. 542; vi. 154 Flush, luxuriant, vii. 284

Gimmal, a derice, v. 15 Foils, blemishes, viii. 20. 174

Gimmal-bit, double-bit, iv. 538 Foison, plenty, i. 37; ii. 21; vii. 165; Ging, gang, i. 249 viii. 51. 500

Ginger-knapping, or snapping, ii. 515 Fond, foolish, ii. 37. 92. 437. 530 ; iii. Gird, taunt, reproof, v. 52 ; vi. 150

30. 220; iv. 201; v. 152. 258. 411; Girdle, turning the, ii. 261 vi. 304

Give aim, to direct, i. 167; vi. 361 Fool-begged, ii. 124. 368

Gleek, jeer, scoff, ii. 424; iv. 563 ; v. Fools, nicking them, ii. 170; viii. 80 60; vi. 478 Foot, to grasp in the talons, viii. 242 Glose, to expound, to erplain, iv. 471 Footed, landed, vii. 422

God 'ild you, God yield or reward you, For, because, iii. 307

iii. 62. 94; vii. 305 Force not, care not for, ii. 367; viii. 444 God's bodkin, vii. 254 Force, of, of necessity, iii. 508; iv. 260 Going to the world, marrying, ii. 210 Fordo, to destroy, vii. 329. 488

Gongarian, or Hungarian, i. 189 Forslow, to delay, v. 266

Good den, good eden, ii. 229. 319; iv. Forestalled, anticipated, iv. 443

14; vi. 174. 459 Forfeits, barber's, ii. 99

Good-nights and fancies, iv. 407 Formal, sane, ii. 96. 168; iii. 369 Good year, what the, an exclamation, Forspoke, forbidden, viii. 69

i. 196; ii. 198; vii. 477 Forty fancies, the humour of, iii. 157 Good, to weep a, to weep much, i. 158 Fox, suord, iv. 554

Gorbellied, corpulent, i. cclxxxvi; iv. Frampold, uneasy, uncomfortable, i. 209 255 Frank, sty, iv. 375; v. 373

Goujeers, a disorder, vii. 477 Fretten, fretted, ii. 540

Gourd, a false die, i. 191 Frippery, old clothes shop, i. 72

Gouts, drops, vii. 121 Frise, coarse woollen cloth, i. 271

Grace, beauty, iii. 526 Frontier, forehead, iv, 237

Gramercy, great thanks, vi. 529
Frush, to break, to bruise, vi. 130 Greek, merry, 398 ; vi. 20
Fullam, a false die, i. 191

Gripe, griffin, culture, viii. 430
Grise, degrees, steps, iii. 377 ; vi. 559
Growing, accruing, ii. 147
Guards, ornaments of dress, ü. 51. 196.

498 ; iv. 67. 289

Husbandry, frugality, vii. 119

Gummed velvet, fretting of, iv. 251
Guerdon, reward, ii. 271. 316 ; v. 53.

293. See also “ Reguerdon.” Gust, to taste, iii. 441

Ignomy, ignominy, i. cclxxxvi ; ii. 45 ; Haggard, wild hark, ii. 224; iii. 375 iv. 332; vi. 135. 333 Half-fac'd groat, iv. 11

Illustrous, dull, not bright, viii. 162 Halidom, i. 151

Imbare, to expose, to lay bare, iv. 473 H and ache, ii. 238

Immediacy, vii. 478
Handsaw, or Heron-shaw, vii. 249 Imp out, to piece out, iv. 146
Happily and haply, ii. 74; ii. 118 Impair, unuorthy, vi. 102
Happy man be his dole, i. 236; iii. 123. Impartial, taking no part, ii. 93
439; iv. 254

Imperial, imperious, vi. 283; vii. 329
Harlots, male and female, ii. 171 Imperseverant, viii. 211
Harrow, to subdue, vii. 197; viii. 62 Imponed, pawned, vii. 338
Haught, haughty, iv. 191

Importance, importunity, iv. 18 Hefts, hearings, iï. 453

Important, importunate, ii. 169. 203. Hent, to take, ü, 87; iii. 492; vii. 284 348; iii. 273. 419. 533; vü. 454 Herb of grace, rue, üi. 295; iv. 181; Impose, imposition, i. 152 vii. 310

Impress, to press, to compel, vii. 156 Hest, command, iv. 258

Inclip, to embrace, viii. 52. See also Hide fox and all after, a game, vii. 297 “ Clip." High men and low men, false dice, Include, to conclude, i. 170 i. 191

Incony, fine, pretty, ii. 314 Hight, culled, ii. 289

Index, commencement, v. 397; vii. 287 Hilding, low wretch, iii. 138. 268; iv. Indifferent, not different, iii. 166 345 ; vi. 459 ; viii. 175

Indict, convict, vii. 251 Hint, suggestion, i. 17. 31

Induction, entrance, iv. 280
Hiren, iv. 385

Indurance, confinement, v. 590
Hobby-horse is forgot, ii. 311; vii. 270 In, for e'en, iii. 219
Hoar-docks, vii. 453

Infer, to bring, to produce, vi. 549
Hob-nob, iii. 392

Informal, insane, ii. 96. See also Ho, ho, ho, ii. 441

“ Formal.” Holding, burden of a song, viii. 54 Ingenious, ingenuous, ii. 294 ; vi. 535 Hoodnjan-blind, blind man's bough, vii. Ingle, gull, iii. 173 288

Inhabitable, uninhabitable, iv. 113 Hot-house, bagnio, ii. 25

Inhibited, forbidden, prohibited, iii. 212 Hour, Humphrey, v. 456

Iniquity, the Vice, v. 406 Household badge, v. 216

Inkhorn, pedantic, v. 51 Hox, to ham-string, iii. 442

Inkle, tape, worsted, ii. 315; ii. 500; Hubbub or Whoo-bub, iii. 515

vii. 346 Hugger mugger, in secret, vii. 306 Inland-bred, well bred, ii. 42 Hull, to be driven to and fro by waves, Inn, house, iv. 298 iii. 344 ; v. 549

Innocent, idiot, iii. 287; vii. 433 Hundred Merry Tales, the, ii. 205 Insane root, hemlock, vii. 106 Hunt-counter, a dog that runs the wrong In-set, to set, iv. 351

Instance, solicitation, motite, ii. 379 ; Hunts-up, a morning song, i. cclxxxviii; iii. 275 vi. 453

Insuit, solicitation, iii. 309 Hurly-burly, confusion, i. cclxxxviii. Intend, to pretend, v. 422 vii. 99

Intrinse, intricate, vii. 399

way, iv. 354

Invis'd, unseen, viii, 551

Lattice, red, i. 207; iv, 373 Inward, intimate, ii. 62; v. 417

Lauds, songs of praise, vii. 320
Irregulous, viii. 224

Lavolta, a dance, vi. 96
Lay, to uay-lay, vi. 550
Leaguer, camp, iii. 269

Leasing, lying, iii. 341 ; vi. 250
Jack o' the clock, iv. 211; v. 446. Leather-coat, a kind of apple, iv. 448
Jack a' Lent, i. 227

Leman, sweetheart, i. 250 ; ii. 353 Jack, the, at bowls, viü. 166

Leer, skin, complexion, iii. 73 ; vi. 333 Jack of a Virginal, viii. 432

Leese, to loose, viii. 479 Jar of the clock, tick of the clock, iii. 433 Leg, to make a, vi. 524 Jet, to strut, iii. 366 ; v. 401 ; vi. 294 ; Leiger or Lieger, ambassador, ii. 50 ; viii. 190. 286

viii. 158 Jew, a term of fondness, ii. 314

Lenten, spare, iii. 338 ; vii. 246 Jewess' eye, ii. 504

Let, to hinder, i. 132 ; vi. 409 ; vii. 221 Jig, a theatrical entertainment, vü. 253. Level, to stand in the, iii. 474 270

Lewd, lustful, ignorant, wicked, ii. 267; John, poor, dried hake, vi. 375

iv. 115 ; v.

139. 365 John a' Dreams, vii. 236

Liberty, extemporal acting, vii. 250 Jovial, like Jore, viii. 224

Lie for, to, to lie in prison for, v. 350 Jump, to agree with, ü. 512

Liefest, dearest, v. 156 - just, vii. 198

Lieutenantry, prory, deputation, viii. 77 to risk, vi. 203 ; vii. 116 ; viii. Lifter, thief, vi. 21 244

Light o' Love, a tune, ii. 237 --- a hazard, viji. 73

Lightly, commonly, v. 406 Justicer, judge, vii. 433. 449

Liking, to be in, to be in flesh, thriring,

iv. 296. 400
Lime in sack, i. 189

Limbo patrum, v. 604 ; vi. 316
Kam, or cam, aury, vi. 209

Lincolnshire bag-pipe, iv. 232 Keech, a lump of fat, iv. 268 ; v. 503 List, boundary, limit, iii. 375 ; vii. 307 Keel, to cool, ü. 383

Livelihood, liceliness, v. 419
Kendal green, iv. 268

Livery of land, iv. 142
Kernes, peasants, v. 161 ; vü. 100. 183 Loach, a fish, iv. 248
Kicky-wicky, or kicksy-wicksy, iii. 248 Lockram, coarse linen, vi. 178
Kid-fox, ii. 215

Lob of spirits, ii. 404
Kind, natural, viii. 455

Loggats, a game, vii. 325 King and Beggar, a ballad, ii. 297. 320 Longly, for longingly, iii. 123 Kirtle, a jacket, a petticoat, iv. 389 Loofd, luff'd, a sea term, viii. 74 Knapping, snapping, ii. 515

Lord have mercy on us, ii. 366 Knock it, i. cclxxxvii ; v. 526

Lord's sake, for the, ii. 78 Knot-grass, ii. 437.

Love-locks, ii. 235
Knotted garden, ii. 291

Lover, friend, vi. 249
Loves, of all, by all means, i. 209 ; ii.

418

Lowted, bowed, v. 74 Laced mutton, a dressed courtezan, i. 94 Lozel, an abandoned fellow, iii. 466 Lag, the common, vi. 553

Luce, a pike fish, i. 178 Land-damn, iii. 456

Lurch o’the garland, to gain the rictory, Lapwing, artifice of the, ii. 152

vi. 184 Latched, licked, ii. 427

Lunes, mad fits, i. 246; iii. 460 ; vi. 56; Latch, to catch, vii. 169 ; viii. 525

vii, 282

Lust, pleasure, liking, vi. 97

Middle-earth, the globe, i. 269 Lustick, joyous, iïi. 239

Middle-summer's spring, ii. 407
Lym, a species of dog, vii. 435

Mill-stones, eyes dropping, v. 375
Miser, unhappy person, v. 96
Mistress, the, at bowls, v. 68

Mo and moe, more, viii. 457
Maculate, defiled, spotted, ü. 296 Mobled, hastily dressed, vii. 253
Maid Marian, iv. 300

Mock-water, i. 217 Mail'd up, armed, v. 148

Model and module, iii. 285 ; iv. 99 Make, to do, v. 469

Modern, common, familiar, iii. 44. 238. mate, viii. 480

309 ; iv. 56 ; vi. 443 ; viii. 125 Male, bag or wallet, ii. 312

Moe and mowe, i. 43 ; ïi. 434 ; vii. 248 Malkin, vi. 178 ; viii. 335

Moiety, share, iv. 283 ; vii. 355 ; viii. Mall, or Moll Cutpurse, iii. 334

497 Manage, ii. 368 ; iv. 8

Momentany and momentary, ii. 396 Mandragora, mandrake, a soporific, vii. Monarcho, ii. 321 ; iii. 211 571 ; viii. 23

Monmouth caps, iv. 552 Mandrake's groan, v. 175

Montanto, a fencing term, i. 216 ; ii. Mankind, masculine, iii. 465; vi. 225 188 Manningtree Ox, iv, 276

Month's mind, i. 101 Many, the people, vi. 199

Mouths, to make, ii. 434 Marchpane, a kind of cake, vi. 398 Morisco, Morris-dancer, v. 162 Mare, riding the, hanging, iv. 366 Morris-pike, ii. 155

riding the wild, the game of see- Mort of the deer, death of the deer, sau, iv. 388

iii. 436 Marian, Maid, iv. 300

Mot, word, motto, viïi. 438 Maroccus, Bankes's horse, ü. 295 Motion, puppet-show, i. 108; i. 61 ; iii. Match, to set a, to make an appointment, 491 iv. 233

Motley, the fool's dress, v. 499 Mated, confounded, ii. 142; v. 159 ; vii. Mouse, a term of endearment, ii. 351 173 ; viii. 400

Moused, mouthed, ii. 462; iv. 30 Maugre, in spite of, iii. 378

Mouse-hunt, stoat, vi. 472 Maund, basket, viii. 546

Mouth, sweet, sweet tooth, i. 138 Meacock, coward, iii. 148

Mowe or mouth, i. 43 ; ii. 434 ; vii. 248 Mealed, mingled, ii. 73 ; iii. 289 Mum-budget, i. 264 Mean, middle state, vii. 443

Muset, small muse, viii. 393 Measure, a dance, ii. 357

Mutines, mutineers, iv. 31 ; vii. 333 Meazels, lepers, vi. 200

Mutine, to mutiny, vii. 288 Meddle, to mingle, i. 12

Mutton, courtezan, i. 94 ; i. 63 Meed, desert, v. 251. 317; vi. 515; vii.

338 Meiny, retinue, vii. 405 Meet with, to counteract, i. 70

Naught awhile, to be, iï. 8 Mell, to meddle, i. 12 ; ï. 73 ; iii. 289 Nayword, bye-word, i. 210 ; ii. 358 Merchant, a term of abuse, v. 38; Ne, nor, iii. 234 vi. 423

Neif, fist, ii. 443 ; iv. 386 Mere, absolute, i. 11 ; viii. 333

Nether-stocks, stockings, iv. 264; vii. Mered, viii. 80

404. See also “ Stock." Metal or mettle, vii. 19

Nice, trifling, unimportant, iv. 348 ; Mete-yard, yard-measure, iii. 180

v. 434 ; vi. 436. 484 ; vii. 68 Micher, a truant, iv. 274

Nicholas, St., his clerks, highwaymen, Miching mallecho, vii. 271

thieres, iv. 250

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