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Iitturly, adv. See Heterly. ful, noble, free, 48, 1646 ; open,
Ho, pron. she.

beautiful, 3035.
Hode, s. the hood, a mail covering Honestly, Onestly, adv. honestly,

s
for the head, 10297.

readily, suitably, respectably, 281,
Hof, pret. of Hove, heaved up, Honowre, 8. obeisance, 4659.

1600, 1919.
lifted, 5259.
Hofe, v.
See Hove; on hofe = Hoole, adv. wholly, 6948; 8. See

,
hove to, 12699.

Houle.
Hoge, adj. (A.S.) huge, immense,

Hope, Hoope, v. to hope, to
159, 1173.

imagine, 2292; to be comforted,

9573.
Hoke, v. to pick one's way, to Hoppe, v. (A.S.) to leap, 12506.
work, 4621.

. .
Hold, v. to hold, to keep; to Hor, pron. their, 8, 984.

abide by (as in a bargain), 11618; | Hore, s. a whore, 1402, 1851;
pret. Held; part. p. Holdyn, held, hair, 3989. See Here.
kept, 1421, 1467 ; believed to be, Horedam, s. whoredom, 1421,
972; cherished, 1426.

13038.
Holdur, Heldur, 8. (contr. for Horit. See Herit.
holerdur) ribaldry, 2919, 11588.

Horse, v. to mount on horseback,
Hole, Holl, Holle, adj. (A.S.)

1280, 6470, 11044; pret. &. part.
whole, entire, 132, 1259, 3257,

p. Horset, Horsit.
6852; sound, unburt, 6888; unde-
faced, 8729 ; on a sop holle = in Horse-fete, Horsfet, the feet of the
one body, or mass, 1309.

horses, being trampled on by horses,
Holly, Holy, adv. wholly, 235, Hote, 'adj. hot, keen, strong (p.

5834, 6560.
995.

16, 1. 6), 2054,9377; s. a promise,
Holsom, adj. prudent, safe, com-

8067.
fortable, 2246, 5758, 11251.

Houle, Howle, Hoole, 8. a hole, a
Holte, 8. (A.S.) a wooded knoll,

cave, a dungeon, 1362, 11991,
333, 1059, 2353, 13451, 13155; as

13501.
an adj. mountainous, 1350.

Hove, v. (W. hofio) to halt, to
Holy, adv. See Holly.

hover, to linger, to remain, 1640,
Hom, pron. them, 24, 33 ; them- 2847, 3127, 3531, 12705; to bie,

selves, 1362; him, 1374, 1518. to push towards, 4525.
Ilom, 8. home, 1518, 1854, 5836, Howle. See Houle.

s
13975.

Hue, v. to hew, to hack, 7081.
Hom-selfe, pron. himself, 983.

Huet, Huyt, adj. coloured, of the
Hond, 8. a hand, freq. ; at hond same hue, 3021, 3899.

= ready, ripe, 396; of his hond Hundrethe, Hundrith, ailj. 4055,

past = got out of his reach, 1979. 4135, 4171.
Hond, adj. short, handy, 1157, Hur, pron. her, 716, 1855, 10889,

1450, 1748, 3696, 7316 ; a hond 11006.
while = a short time, 1157.

Hurd, 8. hoard, or hoarding,
Hondle, v. to embrace, to copu- 11539.
late, 13809.

Hurdes, 8. (A.N.) a hurdle,
Honest, Onest, adj. (A.N.) truth- branches, 13459.

Hurl, v. to drag, to pull, 1254, to rush, to shoot, 5784, 6631, 6998.

1969, 6660, 10311; to rush, to I-wise, adv. indeed, truly, cer-
dash, to fall, 1220, 1365, 6638; to

tainly, 897.
crash, to dash, to drive, 1198,
5828, 6650, 6675, 6743.

Jamne, Jawmbe, 8. (Fr.) a pro-
Hurtelyng, s. (A.N.) clashing, jection, a joint, 939, 11114.
jousting, 10053.

Janglyng, 8. prating, bandying,
Huyt, adj. See Huet.

conversation, 671, 2873.
Hyd, pret. of Hide, hid, 1362.

Jape, 8. (A.N.) a jest, a trick,
Hyde, 8. the skin, 3909.

mirth, 210, 416, 2873; a device,
Hygh, s. haste, 7783.

an appliance, 890.
Jawmbe, s.

See Jamne.
Hym, pron. him, himself, 2532-4.
Hym-selvon, pron. himself

, 1236. Jobbe, 8. a piece, an article, 11941.
Hynd, Hynde, adj. kind, courte- Jocund, adj. (A.N.) merry, lively,

,

316.
ous, 478, 2292 ; s. a lady, 1396, Join, v. to enjoin, to request,
1844.

437, 512; to measure, to reckon,
Hyndly, adv. kindly, 621.

1538.
Hyndward, adv. backwards, over Jointly, adv. continuously, 1538.

the hind quarters of the horse, Joly, adj. joyful, gladsome, 210,

8553.
Hyrne, Hyerne, 8. a corner, 1362, Jorney, 8. (Fr.) a journey, an

249, 316; rich, precious, 1368.
8390.
Hyt, pret. of High, or Hit, hasted,

undertaking, 937; a day's march,

1538.
or turned, 4671.

Joy, v. to gladden, to rejoice,
Ich, Iche, pron, each, every, 1177,

214; s. joy, success, good fortune,
2893, 4611, 4614.

890, 2385; the joy = destiny, 1685.
Ilke-a, pron. every, 423 ; Ilke-a- Joyvely, Joifully, adv. gladly,
dele = every particular, omitting Juge, Jugge, v. (A.N.) to adjudge,

successfully, 374, 993.
nothing, 3656.

,
In, prep. in, of, 343; through,

2407 ; to guide, to regulate, 10360.
by, by means of, 421, 494 ; for the Just, Juste, adj. great, noble,
purpose of, 442; into, 743; during, famous, 214, 291.
1866.

Justile, v. futuere, 12738.
In, Inne, Ynne, 8. (A.S.) a house, Justis, 8. (A.N.) an administrator
a lodging, 301, 2156, 2675, 7345,

of justice; a justis of joyes =
10740.

queen of pleasure, 2385.
Indityng, s. writing, description, Justly, adv. properly, suitably,
account, 5423.

becomingly, 512.
Intent, s. purpose, resolution,
11364.

Kache, v. See Cacche.
Into, prep. within, in the form Kaght, Kaghten. See Caght.
of, 14; unto, towards, 990.

, ,
Inwone, v. (A.S.) to dwell, to in. Kaire, Kayre, Caire, v. to go, to

set out, to depart, to wend, 280,
habit, 133, 13864.

363, 836, 2575, 6908, 9894 ; to
Isse, Ysse, Ysshe, v. to go forth, take to, to set to, 2012.

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

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Kant. See Cant.

country, a kingdom, 103, 120,

1420.
Kantly. See Cantly.
Karpe. See Carpe.

Kithe, Kythe, v. (A.S.) to make

known, to manifest, 556, 2784; to
Karve, pret. of Carve, 9468.

expend, to test, or try, 3144,7815;
Kary, v. to carry, to convey,

to attend to, to follow out, 4609,
10369.

4644; part. p. Kyd, 5187.
Karyn, s. See Caren.

Kleane. See Clene.
Kast. See Cast.

Klennes.

See Clennes.
Kaupe. See Caupe.

Knagged, adj. fastened by means
Kele, v. to cool, to subdue, 11464.

of nails, 4973.
Ken, v. (A.S.) to know, to know Knappe, 8. (A.S.) a blow, 6437.

,
by sight, to distinguish, 25, 1583, Knave, 8. (A.S.) a male child,
2896, 3911; to be known, to be 13854.
discovered, 1452; to teach, to Knawe, v. to know, 8523, 12622.
direct, 951, 5663, 11821; part. : Knawlache, s. knowledge, 1083,
Kend; to ken = to the sight, 1567;
known, 8746.

11711; knowlage, 1865.
Kendly, adv. kindly, 657. Knawyng, 8. knowledge, 8396;
Kene, adj. (A.S.) sharp, keen,

knowyng, 1175, 1498, 13199.
1076, 1268'; eager, loud, 1206; Know, v. to obtain knowledge, to
fierce, ravenous, 11176; ado.

be instructed, 354.
keenly, determinedly, 1467. Knowlage, s. knowledge, 1865.
Kenly, adv. keenly, eagerly, 496, Knowyng, s. knowledge, 1175,

. ,
5270.

1498, 13199.
Kennyng, 8. (A.S.) an inkling, Knyt, v. to knit, 4618.
knowledge, 2837.

Kobb, v. to spar, to fight, 11025.
Kepe, v. (A.S.) to keep, to guard, Komyn. See Comyn.
,

.
191, 99, 6045, 10827, 11173; to

care for, 874; pret. Kepid, Keppit. Korse, s. a corpse, 8729.
Keppe, v. to stop, to arrest, 1230, Kouth, Kowth. See Couth, 125,

6875; pret. Keppit, 8354; Kept, 11515.

8332; = preserved, saved, 726. Kouthe, adj. known, famous,
Kepyng, s. imprisonment, 13953. 2638.
Kerve, v. to carve, to hew, 9832. Kowche, v. to lay, 11789.
Kervond, adj. cutting, sharp- Kowlt, s. a colt, 7722.
edged, 8640.

Kuit, s. quiet, peace, 5199.
Kest, v. to cast, 1313; to set Kuyt, adj. white, 2737, 4973.
one's self, to plan, to prepare, 4612; See Quite.

Kyde, Kyd, Kid, adj. (A.S.)
Kever, v. to reach, 269; to re-

dear, famous, well known, 213,

243, 1285, 1718, 1741, 1923;
Kid, adj. See Kyde.

needful, necessary, 5386; super.
Kilt, Kylde, Kylt, part. p. killed,

Kyddist, 2124.
1313, 1405.

Kylde, Kylt. See Kilt.
Kith, Kithe, Kyth, Kythe, s. a | Kyn, 8. ancestry, family, 1725.

pret. Kest.

cover, 5978.

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Kynd, Kynde, 8. nature, 2892, Laite, Layte, v. to seek, to search

8725, 10787; natural state, 8729 ; for, 7988, 9190, 9751, 12823,
race, 4300; as an adj. family, 70; 12929, 13973; to watch, to follow,
natural, 8797.

10291.
Kyndly, adv. naturally, 399 ; Laite, s. lightning, 3690, 4630,

possibly, 2412; easily, 8601; earn- 12 199, 12517.
estly, heartily, 2014,

Laithe, adj. horrible, loathsome,
Kyndull, v. to kindle, 1449.

1351, 1573.
Kynnesmen, 8. kindred, country- Laithe, v. to terrify, 7726, 12122;
men, 1734.

to be disgusted, 8123.
Kyrt, adj. short, 836.

Laithly, adv. wickedly, unjustly,
Kythe, v. See Kithe.

4900.
Laithnes, 8. wickedness, 2949.

Lak, 8. (A.S.) blame, mischief,
Labur, v. to vex, to exhaust,

7617; a fault, harm, 12106.
13490.
Laburd, Laburt, part. p. bur-

Lake, v. 9807. See Laike.
dened, overcome, 3131, 10532. Lakke, v. to lack, to be wanting,
Lacche, v. (A.S.) to take, 811,

7854.
1024, 2574; to strike, 5729; pret. Langur, 8. suffering, mourning,
Lacchet, 5729; Lacchen, 6191; 2656.
Laght, Laghton, Laghtyn, Laugh- Langur, v. to linger, 10223.

ten.
Lacke, v. (A.S.) to blame, 9941.

Langwis, Langwisshe, v. to lan-

guish, 9154, 9194.
Ladde, pret. of Lede, led, 899.

Lapp, v. to wrap up, to fold, to
Laghe, adj. low ; comp. Lagher, enshrine, to hold, 236, 465, 2591,
9152.

3058; to gloss, to invent, 1032 1,
Laghe, 8. (A.S.) law, 10784.

11302; imperat. Lap, keep, in-

dulge, 1424 ; part. Lapping, fold-
Laghe, v. to laugh, 5084, 8059.

ing, 476 ; part. p. Lappit, absorbed,
Laght, part. p. of Lacche, taken, overcome, 3375, 9983.

captured, seized, 2289, 3156, 4900, Large, adv. carefully, on all sides,
11701.

741; to the large = free, 10996.
Laghton, Laghtyn, Laughten, Largenes, 8. extent, breadth, 318.

pret. of Lacche, took, 12183, Larke, 8. conflict, battle, 7694.

13360, 6162.
Laid, pret. of Lay, beat, 1274; Las, adj. less, 5961; of lower
part. p. buried, 11569.

rank, 6026; Lasse, 10108.
Laiful, adj. allowable, 2948. Lasshe, v. to beat, to clash, 6789.
Laike, Lake, v. (A.S.) to do, to Last, 8. the end, the outmost,

act, 7046, 13493; to fight, 9998; 12015.
to say, to express, 9807.

Last, v. to endure, 1415 ; part.
Laike, Laik, s. a play; hence a Lastand, Lastoon, lasting, 194,

fight, danger, struggle, 7811,9658, 9218.
9847, 10408.

Late, s. lateness, 9679, 10227,
Laisure, s. leisure, time, 3119. 10913; ado. lately, 4887.
Laite, adj. late, 891.

Laughten. See Laghton.

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

Launche, v. to rush, to dash, to Lefe, v. to live, 3512; to leave,

throw, to shoot, 1229, 4408, 4630, 3587. See Leve.
5814,6811,9510; part. Launchant, Lefe, adv. lately, already, 6857.
Launchond.

,
Launde, 8. (A.N.) a plain, a park, Lefe, Leve, Leffe

, adj. dear, 393,
an open place in a wood, 334.

768; fit, proper, right, suitable,

407, 1927, 7594, 11254; great,
Launse, v. to dash out, to spring, immense, 12555.
to rush, 5810.

Lefe-sals, Lef-sales, 8. pl. lattices,
Lause, Lawse, adj. loose, free, bowers, 337, 1167. Chauc. letesel.

10024, 10897, 10996, 1206+; v. to
loose,'2806, 5611, 7884, 13250, Lefully, adv. as adj. lawful, 2976.

Leffe, adj. 5676. See Lefe.
13314.
Law, s. conduct, walk, 12737. Lege, s. a king, 134; a repre-
Law, Lawe, adj. low, 3071, 6952;

sentative, 1951; a subject, 2148;

ancestor, forefather (of the blood
immense, 4411.

royal), 11569.
Layte. See Laite.

Lege, adj. liege, loyal, lawful, 1417.
Layve, v. (A.S.) to leave, to hide, Legh, s. (? lee) ease, leisure, 9399.

13858.
Le, 8. the shore, 2806 ; adj. shel. Leghe, v. to lie, to lean, 8243.
tered, 4675.

Leght, s. light, 9269.
Leale. See Lele.

Leifull, ailj. lawful, right, 2301,
Leche, 8. (A.S.) a physician, 7525. Lele, Lell, Leel, adj. (A.N.) leal,
Lechernes, 8. uncleanness, 8059.

true, honest, loyal, 239, 2859,

3332, 13974; good, 9056; as an
Lechery, s. uncleanness, 1401. ado. perfectly, thoroughly, 3029,
Lechir, Lechur, adj. base, un-

12712.
clean, 715, 13037.

Lelly, adv. truly, honestly, 420,

519.
Lechyng, s. doctoring, nursing,
10223.

Leme, v. (A.S.) to gleam, to
Leddrit, part. p. covered with

blaze, 699, 8747, 11984; s. a ray,
leather, 5500.

a flash, a gleam, 1129, 1684.
Lede, Led, 8. (A.S.) a man, 62, Leme, . a limb, 3805, 8771.

,

8
75, 1274, 6441; people, party,

See Lime.
1326, 1930; leadership, 10653; in Lemond, Leymond, part. of Leme,
lede = among the people, in the shining, flashing, 459, 12517.
land, 5345.

Lenge, v. (A.S.) to dwell, to rest,
Lede, s. a lid ; Ledys = eyelids, to linger, to delay, 1432, 1823,
3759.

1937, 2617, 10823.
Lede, v. to hold, to live with, Lenght, 8. length, 318, 1681.

1401; to take, to carry away, 1915. Lengur, adv. longer, 307, 1294.
Ledur, 8. leather, 1596.

Lent, part. p. of Lende, settled,
Ledyn, 8. a song, 13276.

abiding, 13857 ; Lenton, pret. gave,
Leel, Leell, adj. leal, loyal, 3332.

submitted, 4329.
See Lele.

Lepyn, pret. of Lepe, leapt, 2017.
Lefe, &. leave, good-bye, 1823, Lere, &. (A.S.) countenance, face,
1900. See Leve.

398, 480, 10023, 13979.

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