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Tydé, adj. See Tidé.
Tylmen, 8. husbandmen, 2462.
Tylude, part. p. of Tild, tilted,
shot, thrown, 3704.

Tyne, v. (Icel. tyna) to lose, 541,
587, 7573; pret. & part. p. Tynt,
Tynte, 1208, 6818, 13206; Tynde,
12467.

Tynyng, part. as s. loss, destruc-
tion, 7611.

Tyrand, 8. (A.N.) a tyrant,
1978.

Tyre, v. to attire, to dress, to

deck, to erect, 2778, 3625, 8751.
Tyrn, v. to turn, to shut, to
throw, to overthrow, 1327, 5856,
6017.

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Ugly, adj. (A.S.) frightful, 8732.
Ugsom, Ugsome, adj. horrible,
disgusting, 877, 12497.
Umb, Umbe, pret. (A.S.) about,
around, 320, 335, 876; as an ado.
round, 1455, 6832.

Umbcast, v. to surround, 10420.
Umbfold, Umfold, v. to surround,
to clasp, 1321, 8496.
Umbraid, v. to upbraid, 9903.
Umbset, v. to surround, 10433.
Umclose, v. to encircle, to sur-
round, 4255, 9027.
Umqwhile, adv. sometime, by-
and-by, after, 2943.

Umset, v. to surround, to enclose,
1139, 6964, 10542.
Un, prep. on, 9133.
Unable, adj. impossible, 46.
Unaspied, adj. unobserved, 1428.
Unblithe, adj. sad, sorry, 8029,
9608.
Unclene, adj. impure, 1639.

Unclose, v. to open, 807; adj.
open, 4688.

Underfonge, v. to undertake, 266.
Undifferent, adj. in no respect
different, 3915.

Undull, adj. not dull or blunt,
sharp, keen, 13908.

Une, adv. even, quite, completely,
1545, 5529, 13907.

Unfaire, adj. ugly, unseemly,
piteous, frail, weak, 2981, 3290,
6773, 9607, 10793; adv. in a
furious manner, 13891.
Unfayn, adj. sorry, 12107.
Unfere, adj. feeble, frail, 1357,

13618.

Unformet, adj. uninformed, 760.
Ungayn, adj. ugly, dreadful, 1332,
Ungaynly, adv. to little purpose,
improperly, 9333.

Ungraidly, adv. needlessly, use-
lessly, 7615.

Ungrate, s. a scoundrel, 13944.
Ungright, adj. as adv. ungrudg-
ingly, 8868.

Unhappe, s. misfortune, 1402,
2686.

Unhardy, adj. timorous, afraid,
7598.

Unhyndly, adv. (hende) uncour-

teously, cruelly, wildly, 5024, 6729.
Unjoyn, v. to begin, to commence,
824; to separate, 939.
Unkeppit, adj. unguarded, 1085.
Unknowing, adj. unknown,
11318.

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Unlaght, adj. unseized, unrifled, | Unthwyvond, adj. invincible,

3237.

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Unperisshit, adj. untried, uncer-
tain, 2460.

Unpossible, adj. impossible, 258.
Unqweme, v. to unsettle, to stir
up, 2693, 13681.
Unright, s. wrong, 1721.
Unsaght, adj. displeased, dis-
satisfied, 5057.

Unsakrely, adv. heedlessly, reck-
lessly, 12005.
Unsarkonly, adv. fiercely, un-
sparingly, 5945.
Unsell, 8. evil, mischance, 1961.
Unsemond, Unsemyng, adj. un-
seemly, 3891, 1846.

Unsiker, Unsikur, adj. uncertain,
deceptive, 8063, 12228.
Unsittyng, adj. unbecoming,
8444, 8963, 11181.

Unslogh, adj. horrible, disgust-
ing, 908.

Unsoberly, adv. cruelly, fiercely,
2506, 12494.

Unsounde, adj. unhealthy, hurt-
ful, unwell, injured, 495, 1255, 9175.
Unstithe, adj. unsteady, unsafe,
117.

6360, 6378.

Untild, adj. uncovered, 9114.
Unto, prep. to, 1418.
Untomly, adv. hurriedly, 1822.
Untrew, adj. false, 10110, 11975.
Untristy, adj. faithless, 11973.
Untruly, adv. unjustly, impro-
perly, 723.

Unwar, adj. unaware, ignorant,

1145, 1183; unsuspicious, 7380.
Unwarnes, 8. heedlessness, 445.
Unwarnyt, adj. unwarned, ignor-
ant, 2137.

Unwetyng, adj. unknown to, 8594.
Unwrokyn, adj. unrepaid, 4195.
Unwyly, adv. incautiously, rashly,
6127.

Unyolden, adj. unrepaid, un-
avenged, 2216.

Up, adv. upwards, 1548.
Upon, prep. during, throughout,

8684.

Upponone, adv. soon, at once,

immediately, 1204.
Upposyde, adv. besides, 13441.
Urle, s. an earl, 4068, 9676.
Urthe, 8. the ground, the earth,
328, 903.

Use, v. to be wont, to be ac-
customed, 1625.

Utteraunse, Uttranse, s. (A.N.)
extremity, utmost of any quality
good or bad, death, 5808, 7981,
12589, 12616, 12984.

Utterly, adv. plainly, unre-
servedly, 11646.

Uttre, v. to put out of the lists,
to fell, to vanquish, 5819, 7076.
Utwith, adv. without, outside,
11753, 11763, 12201.

Unthrivand, adj. unworthy, un- Vaute, s. an underground chan

seemly, 4893.

nel, a drain, 1607.

Venge, v. (A.N.) to revenge, to
avenge, 2072, 2545.
Venions, s. vengeance, 3502.
Ventaile, s. the vent of a helmet,
7030.

Venture, s. a chance, 1441.
Venym, s. poison, 784; pish, 915.
Ver, s. (Lat.) the spring, 4037.
Verrit, pret. of Ver, averred, de-
clared, 49.

Vertue, s. power, efficacy, 8388.
Vertus, Vertuus, adj. virtuous,
1884, 2432; Virtuus, 49.

Victe, adj. as s. conquered, a
conquered one, 2145.

Vide, v. to divide, to cut through,
1249.

Vile, adj. vile, 2140; great,
tremendous, 1249.

Vilé, adv. vilely, completely, 2145.
Vilaus, adj. vile, depraved, 527.
Virtuus, adj. virtuous, manly,
truthful, 49.

Vise, s. vice, 4842.

Viser, s. the visor of a helmet,

1249.

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Wackon, v. to waken, to raise, to
rouse, 2046, 2274, 5272, 8435,
13938; pret. Wackont. See Wakne,
Wakyn.

Wag, v. to go, to bob, to struggle,
13542.

Waghe, s. (A.S.) a wave; (pl.
the sea,) 270, 1410, 1992; Wache,
5585; Whaghe, 12310.

Waike, adj. weak, undecided,
somewhat pale, 3994.

Waite, v. (A.N.) to watch, to ex-
pect, to examine, to survey, to
gaze at, to look, 876, 2421, 2888,
3222, 3739, 8241, 9476, 13055;
Wayte, 6265.

Waite, s. a watchman, a sentinel,
7352; Wayt, 6270.

Waithe, s. (Icel. veida) prey,

game, 2350.

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Wakne, Wakyn, v. (A.S.) to

waken, to raise, to rouse, 404, 681,
13833. See Wackon

Wakonyng, 8. awakening, 8431.
Wale, v. to choose, to select, 8,

105, 127, 373, 1355, 13224; to
wale of various kinds, in abund-
ance, 332, 340, 373, 1530; wallond
wele=
abundant wealth, immense
riches, 13120.

Wale, adj. good, dear, strong,
choice, excellent, outmost, deadly,
terrible, 694, 1546, 1727, 1943,
11210, 13082.

Wale, s. choice, opportunity for
choice, 11952.

Walker, s. a fuller, 1587.
Wallond, adj. well selected,
abundant, 13120.

GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

Walt, v. to totter, to fall, to over-
throw, to throw, to rouse, to rush,
to wax, 1956, 3810, 4627, 4633,
4891, 7627, 8266, 8685; pret.
Walt, Walte, Welt; as the welkyn
shold walt as if the heavens
were rending, 909.

Walt, pret of Wale, chose,
selected, 11286; retained, 13120.
Walt, pret. of Walde, governed,

ruled over, 1469.

Wan, pret. of Win, won, got,
begat, obtained, conquered, cap-
tured, 315, 725, 1488, 2159, 4803,
seized
10189; wan to his armys =
his weapons, 10204; wan upo fote
rose to his feet, 13938.
Wan, adj. (A.S.) pale, sad, sor-
rowful, 3602, 5870, 8034, 13833;
frightful, huge, 4633; wete of his
wan atter wet with his own
filthy poison, 303.

Wan, adj. (A.S.) deficient, small,

3046.

Wandre, v. to wander, to talk
incoherently, to rave, 8885, 10097.
Wandreth, s. (Icel.) difficulty,
trouble, 11191, 11514.
Wanspede, s. rashness, fool-hardi-
ness, 9327.

Want, v. to lack, to be in want

of, 1696, 4016.

Wantonhede, s. wantonness, 2911.
Wap, s. a blow, 6405.

Wap, v. to beat, to dash, 7297;
part. p. Wappid.

Wappon, s. a weapon, a sword,

302.

Wappond, part. of Wap, lashing
about, rushing, 9513.
War, Ware, adj. aware, conscious,
148, 521, 876, 13429; wary, able,

2269.

Warchand, Warchond, adj. pain-
ful, deadly, 1238, 5998, 6827,

10035.

Ware, v. to spend, 19.

Wares, s. goods, 1581.
Warlagh, Warloghe, s. a monster,
4439, 4444, 7765; as an adj. 6425.
Warly, adj. wary, 649; adv.
warily, 10484.

Warne, v. to give notice, to ad-
vise, 1092, 4499, 10507.
Warne, v. to deny, to forbid, to

stop, to hinder, 5251, 6465, 6658.
Warnes, 8. wakefulness, prudence,
6277.

Warp, v. to cast, to throw, to

utter; pret. Warpet, Warpid,
Warpide, Warpit, 360, 1297, 2481,
2683, 7336, 10462, 10973, 11924,
13412.

Wary, v. to despise, to defame,
to curse, 12212.

Wast, 8. (A.S.) the side, the
belly, 9902.

Wast, v. to waste, 9788.
Wat, pron. what, 6900.
Water, s. a river, 1601.
Wateryng, s. moisture; wateryng

of ene eyes wet with tears, 2167.
Wawe, s. (A.S.) a wave, 3699.
Wax, v. (A.S.) to grow, to grow

up; pret. Wax, 1206, 1414; Wex,
2009; Wox, 493; part. p. Wex,
13760.

Way, s. road, lane, passage, room,

1214, 5932.

Waylyng, part. of Wayle, gush-
ing, flowing, 7155.
Wayne, v. to raise, to lift up, to

wind up, to rise, to rush, to gush,
to strike, 676, 7621, 7655, 9783,
11520, 13796; to lessen, to re-
strain, 5132.

Wayt, Wayte. See Waite.
Wayve, v. to waive, to dismiss,

2251.

Wayveronde, part. wavering,
tottering, 8266.

Webster, s. a weaver, 1587.

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Wene, v. (A.S.) to think, to sup-
pose, to understand, 293, 2538,
6653; pret. Wend, Wende.
Wenge, v. to avenge, 4581.
Wepon, Weppon, Weppont,
Wepyn, Wappon, 302, 1212, 1259,
6771, 6791, 6961.

Wer, Werre, s. (A.N.) war, 8,

Werde, Weird, Wirde, s. fate,
319, 1038, 1180, 1487. See Were.
decrees, end, luck, fortune, mis-
chief, (gener. in pl.) 629, 737, 2710,
4188, 9212, 12823; courage, 1223.
Were = should be, 1176.
Were, Wer, s. doubt, uncertainty,
7498, 8266, 13160; defence, 13901.
Were, Weire, Wer, v. to defend,
to resist, to strive, to protect, 449,
3591, 4747, 4759; pret. Were.
Weré, Wery, adj. weary, tired,

worn out, 4759, 5861, 5998, 13586.

Werke, s. (A.S.) work, a deed,

1520; as a v., 1104, 1156.
Werkmen, s. pl. workmen, trades-
men, 1581.

Werne, v. to deny, to refuse, 9956.
Werre, s. See Wer.

Werst, adj. worst, least worth,

1570; as a s. the devil, 1961.
Wery, adj. weary, tired out,
5861; wery for-wroght = com-
pletely tired out.

Wesshe, v. to wash, 9214.
Wete, adj. wet, flowing, 1329,

1521, 2006; as a s. wetness, rain,
9653.

Wete, v. (A.S.) to wit, to know,

to think, to believe, to understand,
to instruct, 354, 561, 1145, 2608,
6187, 11467.

Wete, v. to wet, to make wet,
7336, 10284; pret. Wet, part.
Wetyng, wetting, 1579.
Wethir, conj. whether, 12020.
Wetherun, 8. enemy,
scoundrel, 5048.

rascal,

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