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Comonyng, rerbal 8. or part. Coron, 8. a crown, 1028.

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Communing, assembling, mingling, Cors, Corse, 8. (A.N.) a body, a
2939, 2964.

dead body, 3082, 5530, 9686; the
Compas, Cumpas, s. form, ap- person, 1865; force, impetus, 9895.

pearance, 523; plan, determina- See Course.
tion, 2710; v. to surround, to get Corve, pret. of Carve, 6674 ; part.
hold of, 10292.

p. Corvyn, carved, cut, 3052.
Comyn, pret. and part. p. of Cosyn, 8. (A.N.) a cousin, or
Come, 1817.

kinsman, 1255, 13508.
Conyn, v. to commune, to take Coste, 8. (A.N. from L. costa) a

counsel, to consult, 502, 1003,
11318 ; part. & s. Comyng, Comyn,

country, a region, a territory, 157,

1012.
Comynyng, 4023, 11711, 12016,
12245.

Costius, adj. costly, 3777.
Comyn, Komyn, adj. (A.N.) Coteler, 8. (Fr.) a cutler, 1597.

common, 2075, 9320; as a s. pl. Coucheour, 8. (Fr.) a jeweller, or
the commons, the people, 2268,

stone setter, 1597. See The Preface.
11415.

Coucheour, 8. perhaps a couch-
Comyng, part. of Come, becom-

maker or upholsterer, 1597.
ing, seemly, 3032.
Comynly, adv. commonly, con-

Coup, v. to tilt, to fight, 7231.

See Caupe.
tinually, 3293.
Con, v. (A.S.) can, is able, 5128 : Couple, v. to have carnal inter-

;

course, futuere, 13820.
pret. Con= began, 11258, 13705.

Coupull, v. to join, to settle, 8013.
Conceyve, Consayve, v. to per-

ceive, to observe, to understand, Cours, Course, Coursse, 8. plan,
1230, 1256, 1918.

purpose, scheme, 144, 1105; kind,

1583; a body, a dead body, 415,
Condler, 8. a candlemaker, 1596.

874, 896, 12289; expanse, 269; a
Coning, Conyng, adj. learned,

course, a rush, impetus, 1266,
1895, 8104; 8. skill, knowledge, 10578, 11016; be course, by course
wit, 399, 2412.

= properly, naturally, 892, 1313,
Conjuracioun, s. (A.N.) conjura-

1498; in course = in order, 1614.
tion, 13216.

Couth, Couthe, Kouthe, v. pret.
Connse, for Comse, 8. (A.N.) an

of Con, could, knew, possessed,
undertaking, a beginning, 2065.

125, 1251, 1529, 3093, 8036.
Core, 8. the centre, the heart; Covenable, adj. suitable, reason-
the core hete = the centre of the

able, 7951.
flame, 892.

Covenaund, 8. a promise, a pledge,
Core Care, v. to

vex,
to

999.

annoy,
9686.

Covert, 8. security, defence,
Coriour, 8. (Fr. corroyeur, bas

13652.
Bret. correour) a currier, 1596. Covetous, 8. covetousness, 193,
Corious, Corius, adj. curious, in-

259, 1808; Covytise, 11328.
genious, skilled, 1985,3921, 11677. Covetus, v. 2 sing. pres. Ind. of
Cornell, Cornol, 8. crenelle, a

Covet, 13820.
battlement, 1647; an embrasure Coynt, Coyntly. See Coint,
on the walls of a castle, 4752. Cointly.

Craste, s. skill, device, 125, 162; tainly, abidingly, for ever, 728,
a craft, a trade, 1583.

870, 13822 ; slowly, 9595; lately,
Crafty, ailj. (A.S.) well matched,

11534; full dauly = frequently,
1644.

everywhere, 9522
Crakkyng, part. cracking, snap-

Dawhly, adv. slowly, surely,

5359.
ping, shattering, 5852, 8720,
13419; crakkyng of fyngurs = Dayre, v. to vex, to try, 13550.

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wringing of hands, 8720.

Ded, Dede, adj. (A.S.) deadly,
Criste, 8. a crest, a helmet, 5852. 1339, 2066, 11017; ado. 6528.
Cristenmen,s. pl. Christians, 4327. Dede, s. result, conclusion, 577 ;
Crowne, s. the head, the crown work, 274.
of the head, 10299.

Dedly, adj. mortal, deadly, 4013.
Crusshyng, part, crashing, clash- Dedmen, dead men, 7659.
ing, 4752, 5852.

Defaute, 8. (A.N.) want, scarcity,
Cumbranse, 8. See Combraunce.

9376.
Cumbre, v. to trouble, to harass, Defense, 8. (A.N.) prohibition,
to entangle, 4214, 11759.

4715; for the purpose of guarding,
Cumly, adj. See Comely.

or defending, 1740; ability to de-
Cundeth, 8. a safe conduct, 11437.

fend, means of defence, 2128;

offence, defiance, 2692.
Cuntre, 8. a country, 1437, 9766. Degh, v. pret. Deghit, part. p.
Cure, s. (A.N.) duty, office, 9161. Degh, to die, 427,921, 1523, 3212,
Curre, 8. a dog, 1972, 10553,
s

10250.
11175.

Deghit, part. p. of Dig, 11363.
Currour, . (L.) a runner, a mes. Deghter, 8. pl. See Doghter.

Degrate, v. to degrade, 12576.
Curtasly, adv. courteously, 829.

Deie, v. (A.S.) to die, 4723; pret.
Curtes, adj. (A.N.) courteous; as Deid.
a s. a noble, 5306.

Deinté, s.

See Dainté.

Deintithe, s. liking, desire, 463
Dainté, 8. (Wel, dant) a delicacy, Deire. See Dere.

pl. luxuries, 207 ; Deinté, 385.
Damp, v. to sink, to descend, Dele, 8. a part, a portion ; ilke-a-
,

dele = every particular, 3656.
10713.
Dampne, v. (A.N. from L. damno) Dele, v: (A.S.) to bestow, 6547 ;

to fight, i.e. to deal blows, 11027;
to condemn, 50.

futuere, 13815; pret. and part. p.
Dang, Dange, pret. of Ding, Delt; pret. Dulte, gave forth,

struck, beat, thrashed, struck uttered, 5646.
down, overcame, 302, 931, 5813, Dell, v. to dally, to delay; part.
9010.

Delling, dallying, 7068.
Dank, v. pret. Dank, Donk, to Delt, Delte. See Dele. .
wet, to suffuse, 7997, 9639.

Delve, v. (A.S.) to dig, to bury,
Danke, adj. damp, misty, 2368.

11179.
Dase, v. to stun, to stupify, 7654. Delyver, adj. (A.N.) active,
Dauly, Dawly, adv. duly, cer- nimble, 3958.

sager, 3618.

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one, 13809.

Deme, v. (A.S.) pret. Demyt, Derkon, e. to sink, to slip, 13285.

part. p. Dem, to judge, to think, Derlynge, 8. a darling, 3277.
528, 606, 122 43 ; to adjudge, to
doom, 583, 3141, 14041.

Derne, adj. (A.S.) secret, 478,
Demyng, s. judgment, 2419.

8816, 12740; small, 3060; a form

of Darren, noble, daring, 3053,
Dene, by dene, be dene. See 13625; super. Dernist, Dernyst.
Bedene.

See Derrest.
Dent, 8. a blow, a stab, a thrust, Derrest, Derrist, Dernyst, ailj.
10428.

super. of Dere, dearest, noblest, 39,
Deny, v. to refuse, to reject, 5407, 13625.
8009.

Des, Dese, s. the chief table in a
Depe, adj. deep, 1876; 8. the hall, or the raised part of the floor
deep, the sea, 1781; the mysterious

on which it stood; properly, the
canopy over the high table, 385,

501, 1656, 4966.
Depely, Deply, adv. greatly, much,
3982, 13809.

Desteyne, v. (A.N.) to appoint, to

ordain, 2673
Depert, v. (A.N.) to divide, to
distribute, to part, 1181, 3025.

Destyne, 8. (A.S.) destiny, 2522.
Depnes, s. depth, 4441.

Det, 8. debt, duty, 534.
Derayne, v. (Med. Lat.) to try by Deuly. See Duly.
combat, 13084.

Dever, 8. (A.N.) duty, endeavour,
Dere, Deire, Deyre, v. (A.S.) to 234, 590.

injure, to avenge, 808, 1185, 1260, Devinour, s. a deviner of dreams,
1293; to fell, to wound, 10991.

&c., 13831.
Dere, Deire, s. harm, suffering, Devyse, 8. (A.N.) device, design,

injury, 146, 227, 4254; poison, 1576, 3053 ; v. to observe, to espy,
920; hatred, 967.

1678.
Dere, 8. pl. (A.S.) wild animals, Dew, adj. related, bound, allied,
deer, 331; a deer, 2361.

61.
Dere, adj. (A.S.) dear, precious, Dewly. See Duly.

383, 1093; dire, deadly, 920; ado. Deynté, 8. liking, desire, good-
solemnly, assuredly, very, 583,761,

will, 967.
2391; as þe dere thinke = as you
solemnly believe, or, as you think Deyre, v. See Dere.
best, 2391.

Diche, s. (A.S.) a ditch, a moat,
Derely, adv. regardless of expense, 4776; Dyche, 8155.
3463.

Didyn, pret. of Do, 1413, 11960;
Derfe, Derffe, adj. fierce, daring, Dydden, 1381.

noble, 84, 528, 1336 ; angry, ter- Diffens. See Defense.
rible, deadly, 166, 183, 580, 1005; Dight, v. (A.S.) to adapt, to suit,
as a s. a monster, 176.

,
Derfenes, 8. hardihood, impud-

to put, to set one's self, 3313, 8636,

to ordain, 3495 ; pret. &

part. p. mounted, 3115 ; supplied,
Derfily, Derfly, adv, fiercely, 1339. 3560; done, 9558; handled, 10087.
Derk, Derke, adj. (A.S.) dark, Dike, Dyke, 8. (A.S.) a ditch,

secret, 1418; s. darkness, 673 1566, 11363; an old wall, 1533,
1054, 1079, 1137.

8328, 13588.

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ence, 5110.

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Ding, Dyng, v. to smite, to strike grief, despair, sad fate, sorrow,

violently down, to dash, 2135, 870, 1347, 2596, 3529, 4776, 6910,
11003; pret. Dang, Dong, Dung; 11545.
part. p. Dongen, Dongyn, Dungen. Dole, adj. dull, blunt, 10548.
Dint, Dynt, Dynte, Dyntte, 8.
(A.S.) a blow, 92, 302, 1213,

Dolnes, 8. faint-heartedness, de-
65 17, 8253.

spair, 9854.
Dispende, v. to expend, to waste, Dom, Dome, 8. (A.S.) fate, judg.

,
7615.

ment, decision, 743, 2419, 5616,

7123, 11810, 12240.
Dispit, Dispite, s. (A.N.) spite, Domysday, 8. doomsday, 3529.

anger, 7915, 10684, 13700.
Dispitiously, Dispitously, adv. Don, adv. down, 1210, 5912.

very angrily, passionately, cruelly, Done, part. p. of Do, put, placed,
4714, 7652, 13173.

done, 1459, 1895, 6581.
Dispitus, adj. excessively angry, Dong, Dongen, pret. of Ding,
619+.

struck down, 4745, 5763, 5858.
Dissait, Dissayet, deceit, Dongen, Dongyn, part. p. of Ding,
treachery, 1185, 4291.

struck down, 10559, 11027.
Dissever, v. to divide, to separate, Dongyn, 8. (A.N.) a dungeon, the
1602.

bottom, 12647.
Distitur, v. (Fr.) to make destitute, Donk, v. (A.S.) See Dank.
to cast off, 728.

Doole, 8.

See Dol.
Distracte, part. distracted, 3219.

Dorse, s. pl. of Dor, a door, or a
Distrye, v. to destroy, 1155. contraction of Dorsers, hangings,
Dit, Dite, 8. (A.N.) a saying, a

tapestry, 4966.
remark, 1347; a shout, 5788, Dos, v. 3rd sing. pres. Ind. of Do,
8680, 11946.

does, 2654, 11314.
Diting, Dyting, 8. a writing, a Dos, v. 2nd pl. Imper. of Do, do

story, 3732, 3850, 7392.
Doble, v. to spread on each side ; Dose, v. = prepares, 846.

doblit on brede = spread abroad, Doubull, adj. full, teeming, 1566.
*4966.
Dogget, adj. base, unworthy, Doughter, Doghter, Dughter, 8.
10379.

a daughter, 389, 12044; pl.

Doghter, 1474, Doghtur, 11210,
Doggetly, adv. doggedly, meanly,

Doughter, 6302.
basely, 1398, 13071.

Doughtili, Dughtile, adv. boldly,
Dogh, v. to thrive, to grow, to

bravely, manfully, 12882.
result, 5001.

Doughty, Doughti, Doghté,
Doghté, adj. strong, brave, stal-

Doghty, Dughti, Dughty, adj.
wart, 5138.

brave, hold, powerful, skilful, sí,
Doghtenes, s. bravery, daring, 1037, 2570, 5438, 10851, 12116,
9314.

12867.
Doghter, Doghtur, Doughter, s. Doute, s. fear, dread, 139, 1977,

,
pl. (A.S.) daughters, 1474, 6302, 2793; difficulty, 11246.
11210; Deghter, 1489.

Doute, v. to dread, to expect, 3495,
Dol, Dole, Doll, Doole, 8. (A.N.) 12121, 1.

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press, 13801.

Doutid, adj. dreaded, to be Drogh, Drughe, pret. of Draghe,
dreaded; doulid in fild :

= terrific drew, approached, 88, 2361, 3115,
in battle, 6350.

8075, 8090; Droghen, 10043,
Dowly, adv. overcome, in despair,

droghen up durs = broke open
13937.

doors, 11936; Drough, burst,

5054.
Dowtyn, pret. of Doute, 11686.

Dromoudary, S. a dromedary,
Draghe, v. to draw, to lead, 2945,

6207.
11160.

Drope, v. to droop, to abate,
Draght, s. a space, a distance, 921.

1221; pl. the game of draughts, Droun, v. to drown, 5866.

1622.
Drapred, adj. decked, draped, Droup, Drowp, v. to droop, to

.
1656. Mistake for Diapred.

sink under, to pine, 122, 1523,

4392 ; part. pres. Drouping, pining,
Draw, v. to stretch, to hang by 3291 ; part. p. Droupyaite, worn

the neck, 1970; to follow, to out, sunk, 122.
press on, 1418.

Droup, 8. a drop; pl. perspiration,
Drecche, v. (A.S.) to vex, to op- 7997.

Drow, Drowe, pret. of Draghe,
Brede, v. (A.S.) pret. Dred, drew, approached, 797, 906; fell,
Drede, to fear, 1185, 10801 ; s.

2379; dragged, 6207.
fear, terror, 1359 ; udj. dreadful, Drughe. See Drogh.

166.
Dregh, s. the length, the fore Drure, contraction for Druery,

8. (O.Fr. drurie) love, gallantry,
part, 678; adj. long, tedious,
1622; great, 11890, manifold,

illicit love, 3350.
935, 9314 ; on dregh = to a dist Du, contr. for Dule, adj. deadly, ,
ance, or further and further, 10013, poisonous, bitter, 3299. Or,
11647 ; why draghes bou on dregh? Du sopis = Dew or water drops.
=why dost thou delay ?

Du, Due, alj. due, right, proper,
Dregh, v. to endure, 3513, 3583;

correct, true, mean, present, cer-
prel. Dregh, 10777, Dreghit, 1403+.

tain, 2673, 2723, 6584,9089, 9095,
Dreghly, adv. slowly, 2379, 9210. 11612, 12867; for due = for
Dreight, . length; the dreight =

certain, what must be.
the greatest length; the day of þe Dubbed, Dubbit, part. p. decked,
dreight = the longest day, 10633. ornamented, 1683, 6205.
See Note.

Duche, 8. a duchy, 9757.
Drem, Dreme, 8. a dream, 8125, Dughter. See Doughter.
8429.

Dughty. See Doughty.
Drepe, v. (A.S.) to drop, to sink,

to fall, to overcome; to kill, 9, Dule, s. the devil, 921, 4392.

929, 2290, 9854, 10795, 10851. Dulfull, adj. sorrowful, doleful,
Dresse, Dres, v. (A.N.) to set, to 2170.

prepare, to apply, 274, 441, 1128, Dull, Dulle, adj. (A.S.) stupid,
13076 ; to stretch, to lay out, foolish, 50, 7868; v. to stupify,
5835; to address, 7659.

11314; to soften, 5131.
Dreve, v. to drive, to tend, 7123. Dulte, pret. of Dele, 5646.
Dro, pret. of Draghe, 5290. Duly, Deuly, Dewly, adv. truly,

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