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IIitturly, adv. See Heterly. ful, noble, free, 48, 1646; open,
Ho, pron. she. 14006.

beautiful, 3035.
Hode, 8. the hood, a mail covering Honestly, Onestly, adv. honestly,
s

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for the head, 10297.

readily, suitably, respectably, 281,

1600, 1919.
Hof, pret. of Hove, heaved up, Honowre, 8. obeisance, 4659.

lifted, 5259.
Hofe, v. See Hove; on hofe

Hoole, star wholky, 6948; 8. See
hove to, 12699.

Houle. 2.134ğé.
Hoge, adj. (A.S.) huge, immense, Hope, Hoope, v.

hope,
Hoke, v. to pick 'one's way, to

horen
work, 4621.

Hoppe, v. (A.S.) to leap, 12506. noen
Hold, v. to hold, to keep; to Hor, pron. their, 8, 984.85€/one-birters mide here

abide by (as in a bargain), 11648 ; | Hore, s. a whore, 1402, 1851 ;
pret. Held; part. p. Holdyn, held, hair, 3989. ş See Here.
kept, 1421, 1467, believed to be, Horedam, s. whoredom, 1421,
972; cherished, 1426.

13038. hordam 5024
Holdur, Heldur, s. (contr. for Horit. See Herit.

holerdur) ribaldry, 2919, 11588.
Hole, "Holl
, "Holle, adj. (A.S.), 1 1280, 6470, 11044;

pret: 8 part.
Horse, v. to mount on horseback,

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whole, entire, 132, 1289, *3257, Horset, Horsit.3-4

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18203 °6852 ; sound, unhurt, 6888;

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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. 808 6.

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

8067.
fortable, 2246, 5758, 11251.

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Holte, s. (A.S.) a wooded knoll

, Houle, Howle, Hoole, 8. a hole, a
8.

cave, a dungeon, 1362, 11991,
333, 1059,2353, 13151, 13455; as

13501.
an adj. mountainous, 1350.

horing pih. howe

hout suey.
Holy, adv. See Holly.

() , to
hover, to linger, to remain, 1640

, To home
him Hom, pron. them, 24, 33 ; them howł 2847, 3127, 3531, 12705; to hie,
1854, selves, 1362; kim, 1971, 1510. /* to push towards, 4525abile inayo misiak

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Hom, s. home, 1518, 1854, 5836, Howle.. See Houle.
13975.
" themselves

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

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

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

past = got out of his reach, 1979. 4135, 4171.
0 7346. Hond, adj. short, handy, '1157, Hur, pron, her, 716, 1855, 10889,
rondawile •7450, o 17444° 3696, 7346; a hond 11006.

while =alshort time, 1157. Hurd, 8. hoard, or hoarding,
Hondle, v. to embrace, to copu- 11539.
late, 13809.

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

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Hurl, v.sto drag, to pull, 1254, to rush, to shoot, 5784, 6631, 6998. 6013
heute intr1969, 6660, 10311 ; to rush, to I-wise, adv. indeed, truly, cer,

dash, to fall, 1220, 1365, 6638; to
crash, to dash, to drive, 1198,

tainly, 897. inwró 8907718088.
5828, 6650, 6675, 6743.

Jamne, Jawmbe, s. (Fr.) a pro-
Hurtelyng, 8. (A.N.) clashing,

jection, a joint, 939, 11114.
jousting, 10053.

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

conversation, 671, 2873.
Hyd, pret. of Hide, hid, 1362.
Jape, s. (A.N.) a jest, a trick,

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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.
,

Jocund, adj. (A.N.) merry, lively,
= hend
Hynd, Hynde, adj. kind, courte-

316.
ous, 475, 2292; s. a lady, 1396,
1844.

Join, v. to enjoin, to request,
feritele Hyndly, adv. kindly, 621.9238,

437, 512 ; to measure, to reckon,
Hyndward, adv. backwards, over Jointly, adv. continuously, 1538. 1292

1538. fajnili) 41142
the hind quarters of the horse, Joly, adj. joyful, gladsome, 210,

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

249, 316; rich, precious, 1368.
, s,
8390.

undertaking, 937; a day's march,
Hyt, pret. of High, or Hit, hasted,

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

successfully, 374, 993.
nothing, 3656.

Juge, Jugge, v. (A.N.) to adjudge,
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, s. (A.Ş.) a house, Justis, s. (A.N.) an administrator
á lodging, 301, 2156,72675,47345;

of justice; a justis of joyes
710740.3:

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

becomingly, 512.
Intent, S. purpose,

resolution,

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Kache, v.

See Cacche.
Into, prep. Within

, in the form Kagil, Kaghten. See Caght. to hayre
of, 14; unto, towards, 990.

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

set out, to depart, to wend, 280,
habit, 133, 13864. in-conétima tem363 836, 2575, 6908, 9894; to

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country, a kingdom, 103, 120,
- Kantly." See Cantly.
Karpe. See Carpe.

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

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

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

to attend to, to follow out, 4609,

Alina 10369.

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

Kleane. See Clene.
-Kast. See Cast.

Klennes. See Clennes. 23041 n? 10896 Kaupe. See Caupe.

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

of nails, 4973.
Ken, v. (4.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,
"to be be 13854. I hope

discovered, '1452; to teach, to Knawe, v. to know, 8523, 12622.6squin s 107 p.

direct, 951, 5663, 11821 ; part.f: 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 le
fierce, ravenous, 11176; adv.

be instructed, 354. erfarin
keenly, determinedly, 1467. Knowlage, s. knowledge, 1865. tingut
Kenly, adv. keenly, eagerly, 496, Knowyng, 8. knowledge, 1175,
5270.

1498, 13199.
Kennyng, 8. (A.S.) an inkling, Knyt, v. to knit, 4618. Ak nie!

knowledge, 2837. 13.7491
**1748 Kepe, v. (A.S.) to keep, to guard,
Opava temie 91,
19991,16045, 10827, 11173; to

Komyn. See Comyn. care for, 874; pret. Kepid, Keppit. Korse, 8. a corpse, 8729. (body. 8944). 103

Keppe, v. to stop, to arrest, 1230, Kouth, Kowth. See Couth, 125, meat 6875; pret. Keppit, 8354; Kept,

11515. lanthe Holbet ud
462.8332; = 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, 8. 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.
pret. Kest.6

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

dear, famous, well known, 213, cover, 5978. kuus ini.f4.3389; 243, 1285, 1718, 1741, 1923; 7 Kid, adj. See Kyde.

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

Kyddist, 2124.
1343, 1405.

Kylde, Kylt. See Kilt.
Kith, Kithe, Kyth, Kythe, s. a | Kyn, s. ancestry, family, 1725.
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Kynd, Kynde, s. nature, 2892, | Laite, Layte, v. to seek, to search

8725, 10787; natural state, 8729 ; for, 7988, 9190,1.9751, 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- 12499, 12517.
estly, heartily, 2014,

laith 18642

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

1351, 1573.7576. -
Kynnesmen, s. kindred, country- Laithe, v: to terrify, 7726, 12122 ; Cathe
miten Ven ui -Kyrt, adj. short, 836. - Court talth to be disgusted, 8123. tolaitisnita

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

4900.
to labur inf.4ool,

Laithnes, s. wickedness, 2949.

Failure

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

13430. z Saburt mye
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7617; a fault, harm, 12106.

Lake, v. 9807. See Laike.
Laburd, Laburt, part. p. bur-
dened, overcome, 3131, 10532.irches

Lakke, v. to lack, to be wanting,
Lacche, v. (A.S.) to take," 811,

7854.
helgedes 924, 2574; to strike, 5729 ; pret. Langur, suffering, mourning,

2656.
um vithozz.ten.
1.3/07acht. 29729; Lacchen, 6191;

languisl. La

Langur, v. to lingér: 10223. angurd impl.
2120 ind-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, 2891,
9152. 1350,

3058; to gloss, to invent, 10324,
Laghe, s. (A.S.) law, 10784.

11302; imperat. Lap, keep, in fuga qums

Hulge, 1424; part. Lapping, fold-bap in
Laghe, v. to laugh, 5084, 8059/0 2.0.ing, 476 ; part. p. Lappit, absorbed,Cinsangan
Laght, part. p. of Lacche, taken, overcome, 3375, 9983.9576,

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

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

pret. Of Lacche, took, 12483, Larke, s. conflict, battle, 7694.
13360, 6162.
Laid, pret. of Lay, beat, 1274; Las, adj. less, 5961; of lower
part. p. buried, 11569.

rank,, 6026; Lasse, 10408.
Laifull adj., allowable, 2948. Lasshợ,h sto beat, to clash, 6789.
Laike, Lake, v. (A.S.) to do, to Last, s. the end, the outmost,

act, 7046, 19493 ; to fight, 9998); L12015.

to say, to express, 9807.- lakys tampen Last, v. to endure, 1415; "part.
esport, way.
Vermide "Laike, Lajk, 8. a play; hence'a Lastand, Lastoon, lasting, 194,
fight, danger, struggle, 7811, 9658, 9218.

7545
9847, 10408.

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

Laughten. See Laghton.
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Launche, v. to rush, to dash, 'to | Lefe, v. to live, 3512; to leave, vie', desit
throw, to shoot, 1229, 4408, 4630, 3587. See Leve.
25844,6811,9510; part

. Launchant
, Lefe, adv. lately, already, 6857.8??

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Launchopd.

lawn
Launde!'(A.N.2 a plain, a park, Lefe, Leve, Leffe, daj. dear, 393,
an open place in a wood, 334.

768 ; fit, proper, right, suitable,

407, , suitable Launse, v. to dash out, to spring, imense, 12555.

v
to rush, 5810.

Lefe-sals, Let-sales, s. px. lattices, (oids load
Lause, Lawse, adj. loose, free, bowers, 337,91167. Chauc. letesel. 'ustrationen
10024, 10897, 10996, 12064;.9. to Leffe, adj. 5676. See Lefe.
loose, 2806,(5647, 7884, 13250,4

13314| louonsai lausit Fausy? Lefully, adv. as adj. lawful, 2976. Law, s. contact, walk,"10737.4 Lege, s. a king, 134 ; a repreLaw, Lawe, adj. low, 3071, 6952;

sentative, 1951; a subject, 2148; immense, 4441.

ancestor, forefather (of the blood

royal), 11569. Layte. See Laite.

Lege, adj. liege, loyal, lawful, 1417.
Layve, v. (4.8.) to leave, to hide, Legh, 8. (I lea), Saso, leisure, 9399. zky
13858. Lagunt. dday
layrent
Leghome to life, id lean, 8243. pacedonia

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Le, s. the shore, 2806; adj. shel-
tered, ,4675.

Leght

, s. light, 9269. (Chloo) ? Leale. See Lele.

Leifull, adj Ilawful, right, 2301. &lni94, Leche, s. (A.S.) a physician, 7525. ' Lele, Lell," Leell adj. (A.N.) leal, scale 3319

true, honest, loyal, 239, 2859,
y Lechernes, s. uncleanness

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° . Lechir, Lechur, adj, base, un

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clean, 715, 13037. Yecher) Lelly, adv. truly, honestly, 420,
Lechyng, s. doctoring, nursing, 519. 6238 (ugyas), 1452

Leme, v. (A.S.) to gleam, to
Leddrit, part. p. covered with , , ; sa
leather, 5500.

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

800, Semys pl. 75, 1274, 6441; people, party, -leads. 1326, 1930; leadership, 10653; in Lemond, Leymond, part. of Leme,

among the people, in the shining, flashing, 459, 12517. land, 5345. Celis pligost Lenge, v. (A.S.) to dwell, to rest, hi únji'.!! Lede, s. a lid ; Ledys = eyelids, to linger, to delay, 1437, 1823, to

1937, 2617, 10823. 602% dilengleapists Lede, v. to hold, td live with, Lenght, 8. length, 318, 1681.6573

1401; to take, to carry away, 1915. Lengur, adv. Ionger, 307, 1294.79iny? Ledur, s. leather, 1596.

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

abiding, 13857 ; Lenton, pret. gave, 6 ?, ; 8800 Leel, Leell, adj. leal, loyal, 3332.

submitted, 4329.
See Lele.

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

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1900. See Leve.

398, 480, 10023, 13979.

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