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Glaive, Glayve, 8. a sword, a Gon, pret. of Go, went, 6112;

broad-sword, also, a weapon com- part. p. of Gie, given, 11731.
posed of a long cutting blade at Good, Goode, adj. rich, valuable,
the end of a staff, 4740, 13824.

1366; 8. ricbes, wealth, 159, 972,
Glayre, 8. a bright dazzling light, 1305, 11731.
5926.

gair
spol.

Goond, part. See Goand.
Gleme, & a light, a gleam, 3067, Gorge, 8. (A.N.) the throat, 169,
stkonytimal 10971; p. to shine, to gleam, 3943
:

5829.
Glentte, 4. to glance, to glitter, Gos, 3 sing. pres. ind. of Go, 5403.

3067, 10971.
Gley, Glie," v. to squint, 3772, Gosshe, v. to gush, to flow, 1607.

' , ,
3943, 3995.

Gost, s. (A.S.) spirit, life, 8216,

9189.
Glissen, Glisson, Glyssen, v. to

glitter, to sparkle, 3067, 5296, Goter, s. a gutter, 3072; a vein,
-, m10971 ; part. in ond and and. 5046, 8791.
Glod, Glode, pret. of Gíide, Goulis, Goulys, s. gules, in
glided, went, 'proceeded, 2996,

heraldry, 5927, 6291.
6096, 6292.

Governance, Governaunce, Go-
glow vi to Glogh, v. to gye to stare, 2922.

, . veruanse, Governaunse, s. courage,
pre subj. Glose, v. (4.8. Born to falsify,

conduct, guidance, control, rule,

229, 422,0656,76278,912220.
to hide, to conceal, 11468.

Grace, 8. (A.N.) luck, chance, 76 ;
Glotte, v. to glut, 11777.

fortune, 224.
Glover," s. à glover, a maker of Graide, v. (Icel.) to build, to
gloves, shirts, breeches, &c., made

trect, 6025; part. p. Graid, 1664;
of
ther, 1584.

Gret, 1659.
187,1 Glyssenond, part. See Glissen.

Graidly, "Greidly, adv. (Icel.)
o Goand, Goond, part. of Go, going, carefully, eagerly, gladly, at once,
1676, 4978,913463, 13557.

54, 656, 3133,11410.11768
Gobbetts Gobet, Gobett, 8. (A.N.) Graithe, Graythe, adj. ready, de-

, ,
a piece, a nugget, 190, +2882, termined, skilled, steady, 229, 1700, 5 bogo.s.
+11740; in gobettts = in pieces, 2536, 10623. 3576.0 bem coßigen
12143.

Graithe, v. (Icel.) to work, to anmyd
Godardes. a gutter, a drain, 1607. push on, 91081; to quarrel, to
Goddes, Goddis, 8. a goddess,

fight, 1444; to dress or prepare, 2
s

4 12158. pret. "Graithid, -Greithed,
3016, 4661.

Grethit: graither

16ya?
Gode, Good, Goode, s. a sum of Graithly, adv. (Icel.) readily,
2
money, money, wealth, 972, 11731,

speedily, eagerly, 930.
11735; pl. Godes, Godys, Goodes,
goods, property, household goods,

Graithnes, 8. readiness, skill,
Î406, 1408. godis 7506

promptitude, 4509, 8943.
Godely, adv. goodly, freely, 381. | Grase, s. grace, favour, 826.
Goldsmyth, 8. a goldsmith, 1584. Graunser, &. (A.N.) grandsire,

2169, 10628, 13394, 13422.
Gome, 8. (A.S.) a man, a person, Graunt, v. (A.N.) to grant, to
s

hel
54, 1332, 8371, 10149; pl. folk,

agree, 260; to promise, 979; part.
people we going

p. Graunt, granted, offered, 631,
Gome, s. the gum, 3057.

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geo.i Gre, v. to agree ; pret. Gright

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to haul, 1784. Gryppe, 1935.377; 2 gui'qui 8C44;

Graunt, 8. an agreement, 263; a Grete, s. a command, an order,

promise, 4488; a vote, 8915; a 2757 ; crying, wailing, 8677.
grant, allowance, 9941.

Gret-full, adj. quite filled, full,
Grave, v. to bury, 10131 ; part. 13826; Grecfull, 331.
p. Gravyn, buried, 11562.

Grethit, pret. See Graithe.
nege Gre, : CAN.), a step of a stair Grettenes, 8. greatness, 3312.

13504; degree, ;
our, prize, mastery, 1352, 4531, Gretyng, 8. crying, wailing, 3491.
4607, 9626.

Grevance, Grevanse
, 8. strife, gruquna

,
vexation, 1403, 1814. greuan's 5034
agreed, 9315, 9367 ; unto gre = to Greve, r. (A.N.) to grieve, to vex,
bring about an agreement, by way to injure, 572, 143.7. 2143,5,8535. galeging

of treaty, as indemnity, 11595.
Grecfull, adj. crowded, full, 331. Greves, 8. groves, bushes, 331,

Greve, s. grief, 13957. grecytes
See Gret-full.

1060, 2738, 12972, 13457.
Gredy, adj. greedy, 1370.

greuys.
Grefe, 8. grief, ruin, 1720; anger,

Gricche, v. to grudge, to with-

hold, 7072
6440; to grefe = grievously, un Grice, 8. Greece, 40.
naturally, 3014.

,
Greidly, adv. See Graidly.

Gright, v. See Gre.
Greithed, pret. of Graithe, 10642. Grippe, v. (A.S.) to seize, 930, 1690.
goin? Greme, v. (A.S.) to grind the

50447

,
teeth, to be enraged, to curse, Grippe, s. a grip, a foundation,
1006; to provoke, to rouse,

1543.
enrage, 12153,

10
Greme, Grem, Gremt, &. (A.S.) Grise, 8. Greece.

grief, sorrow, anger, rage, 7603, Gresind, part. growing, advanc-

1720,91755, 2545, 3491, 1764. ing, 11462.
Grement, . agreement, consent, Grond, Gronnd, Ground, adj.
9384, 3665.9852

great, chief, 1403, 1431.
Gremy, s. 2545. See Greme. Grone, s. a groan, 9017.
Grene, s. a field, a plain, 7732, Groo, v. to grow, to increase, 1403. Slivelop
7814, 11440.

Ground, Grounde, 8. ground, land,
Grepe, v. to grope, to search for, field, 1174, 1352 ; a floor, a plat-
to consider, 2455.

form, 1664; a foundation, origin,
Grese, 8. Greece, 2117.

cause, as applied to disputes or
Grese, s. (A.N.) a step, steps, a

quarrel, hence, a dispute, quarrel,
stair, 369, 1664, 1676, 8752, Grucche Grutche, v. (A.S.) to

or strife,,80, 296.
13463; pl. Greses, Gresis.
Gret, Grete, Grett, adj. (A.S.)

grudge, to withhold, 8374, 9956.

to
great, chief

, 107, 1178, 1455; as a Grusshe, v. to crush, to gash, to
8. a great one, a person of rank, a

lay open, 9482.
person of wealth, 1858, 7018, Grydell, s. a girdle, 13826. See 1144,

smugis
11735; super. Grettyst, 1006; Girdiller.
Grettist, 10642.

Grym, adj. (A.S.) grim, fierce,
Gret, pret. of Graide, built, 1659; terrible, 177, 907, 1188, 1317; as

grew, became, changed, 9643. a s. a monster, 880.

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Grymly, "Grimli, ado. grimly, Halp, Halpe, pret. of Help,

fiercely, wrathfully, 10153.:g-ymeti belped, assisted, 1280, 5734,
Grynde, v. to grind corn, 1604.

8047.
Gryppe, v. See Grippe.

Hame, s. home, 9337.
Gryse, s. Greece, 1026.

Han, v. to have, 569, 12058.
Guttes, s. pl. the bowels, 9406.

Hap, Happe, v. to happen, to be

certain, 1102, 1438 7553, 10195; Gyde, s. See Gide.

to set on, to fix on, 9198 ; to cover Gyf, conj. See Gif.

over, to conceal, 12627 ; s. fortune,
Gyle, 8. See Gile.

chance, 1789.
Gyn, 8. a snare, wile, pretext, Happon, v. to happen, to befal,
,

1157; pret. Happynt, 3142. ado.
197.
Gyng, Gynge, s. (A.S.) a com-

Hard, adj. deep, intense, 3820;

painful, 11298. adv. with difficulty, pany, followers, 1225, 2882, 8924,

5318; fast, quickly, 5874, 11953;
13317

Harde, keenly, fiercely, 8215.
Gyrd, v. See Gird.

Hardgrem, s. hardship, injury,
Gyrt, v. to lash with words, to 4897.
gibe, to taunt, 5118.

Hardlaike, Hardlayke, s. injury,
-Gyste, 8. a deed, an adventure,

affront, disgrace, 2213, 2769, 3476,
620.

8124.- hardidas

Hardly, Hardely, adv. hardly,
Hacche, s. a hatch, a cover for

scarcely, 1866,91934.
the hold of a ship, 2005. -

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Hade, would have, 1251.5 Hardy, adj. strong, bold, brave,

475.
Hade, mould hide, or conceal, Hardynes, s. boldness, courage,
.

238, 257; 2195.

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Hagge, v. to hack, 10023.Hagelingt Harl, 2. to drag, to huri

, 2968,

Haile, v. to haul, to lift up, 1086.

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5834. harlat

ing
Hailsen, v. (A.S.) to salute, 1792, Harlotte, s. (A.N.) a rascal, a

4557; part. Hailsyng, as a s. 367. robber, 12889.
Haithill, adj. great, worthy, or Harme, s. guile, injury, wrong,

famous; Haithill of dedis = famous 252, 1421, 1719.
for his stories, 38. See Hathel.

Harnes, & covering, defence,
Hald, v. (A.S.) to hold, to keep, 4605. harnei's 109457

to fulfil, 1110; part. p. Haldyn, Has, imperat. of Have, have, put,
held, believed to be, 2951.

4605.
Halde
, 8. (A.S.) a hold, a strong- Hasp, v. to fix, to clasp, to lock, hepit on

) , hold, a fortress, 4786.

8593; part. Haspyng, as a s. Hale, v. (A.S.) to pull, to draw, clasping, embracing, 367. walitempt to haul, 1783, 2847; 13268, 5847; Haspe parla clasp;, a fastening, , ,

, to scratch, 9137.

,-5254, 11102hank haspe's Half, Halve, s. a half, a side, a of any textile material, so called set, 1328, 1353.

from the manner in which it is
Haloghe, adj. holy; as a s. pl.,

fastened, 3899.
gods, 650; Haloes, 8419; Halowes, Hast, Haste, s. haste, 1276, 3688,

; , s.
2001, 2946, 10948.

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in hast.

13073 ; v. to baste, 1225. haathoun v. refl

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Hastines, s. impetuosity, rash | Hegh, adj. high, great, proud,
daring, 299.

thatot headlong, 238, 255, 833, 1983.
Hat, v. to call, to name, 4276, Heghly, adv. assuredly, solemnly,
hit hatwe
. 4370 ; to be called, to be named,

709, 2020
924, 1063% : pret. & part. p. Heght,w. Ito name, or call

, 106,
Heght, that

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w.it

1559', to promide 161, 1007, 4571; Loghtymingfondo
(Hat,) adj. hot, 9156.-hatter Corp

pret
. } part. p. Heght, Hight, I

(See
Haté, s. hate, scorn, rage, 1448,

Hete.

303 Theophilem implanta
1818, 6594.

Heght, 8. height, 1636.
Hate, s. (Icel. haete) anything, Heldur, s. 11588. See Holdur.

the smallest conceivable, 11934.
Haten, Hatne, v. to heat, to be- Hele, 8. (A.S.) health, safety, 844,

1756; the whole, 2301 ; in hele =
come hot, 9153, 9304, 9958; pret.

wholly.
Het, 2054.

athel
Hathel, Hathell, "Hathill, s.

sa

Helme, 8. a helmet, 1198. Achmespl.
prince, a noble, 3857, 3953.5,6987, Helpe, 8. an aid, an ally, 10803.

8333, 9818, 10339. nathels pl. Helping, s. assistance, the purpose

Haunte, v. (A.N.) to practise, of assisting, 2988.
3904 · 1628; to frequent, to keep by, Helply, adv. helpful, 3579.

2963, naunted his
we haunt

Hend, Hende, adj. (A.S.) gentle,
Have, v. to endure, 1719.

polite, high, noble, 718, 3017,
? Haven Havin, Hayyn, s. a port, #1.3951, 838o.' See Hynd.“

a seaport, 1049, 1072; as an adj. Hendly, adv. politely, kindly,
1789.a hi Tourigin, subay

1792. See Hyndly.
Hawbergh, s. (A.N.), a coat of Henge, pret. of Hing, hung, was
mail, 5828, 6184.hawberkel 1728.

kept hanging, 8089.
Heale
, &. (A.S.) welfare

, safety
, Hente, Hentte
, v. (4,9.) to seize,(ke

hentes
601, 8688.
hede si Tong hara
to take hold, 1309 3334_ 7969 to herd:

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.
.

9721, 9739;
he he did not attend, 252, 2188, 3017, 1033994 Hepe, "?(A.S. Y a "heap, a mass,
The squan to fear, to guard against, 2080...! 1990; a company, 991.
Hede, s. heed, thought, 1365, Hepe, v. (A.S.) to heap up, 3696

;
2052; the head, 1270; extremity, to increase, to grow, 1450, 3548;
end, 1672; a chief, 12934.

to become thick, 3688.
Hede, adj. chief, of highest rank Herchyn, v. See Herkyn.
or value, 1925; Hede 10902.

Herde
, part. p. of Hear, 1866. hoof arms,

.
Hedet, adj. headed, 300.

Here, s. (A.S.) a man, a person,
Hedlynges, adv. headlong, 7485,

7432,26188; a company, forces,
10175. hedlonges 091410980 1163, 6253. ?Hery, a person,
Hedstoupis, adv. head foremost, 13573.
6638, 7249, 7434.
Here, Hore, s. hair, 3021, 3023,

hare

29142
Hedur, adv. See Hidur.

3820, 39897 hores ile to here
Hefe, Heive, Heve, v. to rouse, to Here, v. to hear, 151, 1516; to
stir, to be stirred, to tremble, to be

obey, 8892.
vexed, 4603, 8962, 12815, 13426, Herit," Horit, adj. haired, 3757,
13515. I hit herefter
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3780, 5531. 7720
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hekorxmp. 3.524.

herkon inf .2185
song en Herkyn, Herehyn, e. to hearket, lethyna. (A.'s.) hence.? 470.!

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Hethyngfull, ailj. contemptuous,
Herne-pon, 8. (A.S.) the skull, 3953.

8775. inarn-pen,
Hernes, 8. harness, armour, 1086, Hevenys, 8. affliction, disaster,

Heve, v. See Hefe.
2985.

1800.
Herre-hond, Herhond, S.

the
upper hand, mastery, 1102, 7075,

Hevy, adj. heavy, severe, şcorn-
7953, 9571.

ful, 5567. Crin

ineren avergi
Herse, 8. a frame set over the Hevyn, v. to bend one's whole
coffin on the sepulchre, 8753.

strength on something (as when
Hert, Herte, 8. a hart, a deer,

the sailor cries heave, boys.); hence,

to be absorbed in ; to heryn on þi
2353, 13455, 13557, 13560.. hasta harme = to think only of your
watu, kom

Herte, 8. heart, mind, desire, 142,7 wrong, i.e. to seek to be avenged
al balio 11421; as a v. to encourage" 1597. for it, 2083. F*712815
8083

as an adj. hearty, 10979. hestuni Hew, 8. (A.S.) hue, appearance,
cc milu beb, Hertely

, adv. eagerly, earnestly, 3296, 3109.
Herty, adj. ready, forward, eager, Hidlis, s. (pl

. of Hidle, a hiding-

Hext, adj. (A.S.) highest, 13504.
8203, 10053.fortis 1873
Hervest, 8. harvest, 12465.

place); put into hidlis

hiding, concealed, 12304.
Hery, s. See Here.

Hidur, Hedur, Hydur, Hider, 1891.
Heryng, s. hearing, listening to, Hyder, ado. here, 627,91103, 1105,
11298.

+1134, 1838, 188733344.
Hest, Heste, 8. (A.S.) a promise, High,'Hygh, Hie, ?Hye, v. (A.S.)

639, 995, 1110,07104; a command,
mér. of hest-12091 L'este

to haste, to hie, to wend, tp sail

, a highet i
Het, v.

hit infi
See Hete.

hichts 4608; to hoist, 4605; pret. Hit,
Het, pret. of Haten, heated, in- fryt ;*Highit.
flamed, 2054.676

High, adv. highly, boldly,
Het, v. to hit, to strike, to steal,

boastfully, 1967.
2913. helysuits = (heir

Cheat. Hight, pret. & part. p. of Heght,
Hete,'Het,' v.5(A.S.) to promise,

and Hete, called, was called, 115,
to undertake 240, 575, 597-4995316, 1243, 1203, 1462 ; promised,

Wo

7.767, 1040 9970.
het ph2020, 2435, 10504; to me to be

ima
"named or called/7977, 4257 ; pret. Hild, Hilde, part. p. of Hile,
& part. p. Het. I will bete

covered, clad: 02371, 273.3. Hiehe historia
, " , tower

hor
burst, an effort, 9523, 10288.

frequently
°

8076 109767
eagerly, fiercely, furiouste udv. Hit, VoHitte, v. (A.S.) to hit, to

strike, 5937, 5943; to go, to turn
Eitterlya ©3515, 5254 5826, 11955; Hitturly,

into (as a vessel into harbour), 8081.3245
6498.

13492, 13495; to come true, to
Hethe, s. a heath, 1350.

be verified, 2071.
Hething, Hethyng, s. contempt, Hit, Hyt, pret. of Hie, High,
insult, degradation, 1753, 1818,

9027, 3245; pret. of Hit, 4671.
1925, 2594, 10383.,

Hit, pron. it.
higus.
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