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Lerke, 8. a wrinkle, 3029. Lichir, adj. base, vile, 10450.
*Les, Lesse, adj. less, of lower Licker, (adv) comp. more likely,
rank, 1618, 2025, 2948.

2254. adj.
Lese, s, pl. of Lee, lies, 3778. Licrus, adj. lecherous, 2977;
Lest, Atty. least, 10043 ; by the

Likrus, 444.
lest = to say the least, 7623. Lif, s. mode of life, rank, 8939.
Lesyng, Lesynge, 8. (A.S.) a Light Polie, to deceive, 7854.

."
falsehood, a lie, 8134, 10324, Ligher, 8. a liar, 12669; Lygher,

11659. bettyd impy Lesyngespaltephani2590, 12642.Jghers
Let, Lette, v. (A.S.) to hinder, to Light, Lyght,". to light up,

07.
withhold, to Ispare, to leave off

, to 6038; to alight, 1273,96990,07437,v.1.
6458 ; to allow, 1433; to desire, light 2.4 2.1 11115; pret. Light; Lyglit.
7100; as he let to leve = as he Light, adj. light, slight, small,

-
wished to be believed; pret. Let,

easy, 1424, 2912, 9351; glad,
Lettid, Lettyd.

rejoicing, eager, 1229, 1411, 2025;
Lete, v. to account, or esteem,

as an adv. brightly, clearly, 6040,

8747.
3599.
Lethur, adj. wicked, 12276.

Lightes, s. pl. the lungs, 10705.
Lett, s. hindrance, 11653.

Lightly, adv. gladly, joyously,

1409. 5084
Lettyng, s. hindrance, delay, 1937. Likandly, adv. according to one's
Questioned. Leve, Lefe, v. to leave, 987, 1220,
1299, 3587 ; to believe, 239, 3354, *Like, Lyke, v. to please, 382, 825,

liking, 3355.4. noodimptomele

sulting
4327, 7100; to dwell, 13385; to
live, 3512.

Part 1168, 17, 1765. libet impy
Leve, Lèfe

, s. leave, good-bye, Like, Lik, adj. like, similiar to,
, ,
981, 1823; adj. right, proper,

1613; becoming, 10440; likely,
suitable, 407, 1927, 7594, 11254;

true, 420.
great, immense, 12555. Scht, Likkir, comp. of Like, more like-
Leven, v. to lighten, to blaze, to

ly, 10444.
glow, 7723. Quendiind Likyng, Lykyng, s. delight, plea-
Levenyng, 8. lightning, 1988, sure, desire, will, 20, 75, 444, 465,
4421.

1449, 1927, 10823 ; adj. delightful,
Lever, adj. rather, better, 587, Lime, Lym, Lyme,* Leme, s., a

or yielding delight, 71, 334, 476.
8114, 12131.

limb,3744,3762, 3776, 8771, 8835.
Levt, part. p. of Leve, left, 2341 lymes Lemios

Lip, s.
Lewys, 8. pl. leaves, 1140 ; °Lip, Lippe, 's. a lip, the sharp end,

slip, a, miss, 2081. lemys

, .
imperat. of Lever believe, 9847.

the head of a lance, 10139, '10147;
Lewd, adj. (A.S.) ignorant, 4424.

pl. Lippus, the lips, 3050.
Lewté, Leuté, 8. (A.N.) loyalty, "List, Lyst, 8. a boundary; pl. the

uprightness, 4849, 7854, 12240. lines of an army or of a camp,
Leymond. See Lemond.

10018, 10669, hogy
a Liaunse, s. an alliance, 1747-vard List, Liste, Lyst, v. (A.S.) to like,

to be ready, to be willing, to please,
Lihard, s. a leopard, 1573.

20, 239, 298, 1374; to incline, to
Licherly, adv. basely, 12604. deşire, 2611.1

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

©, 9120,/22041

6441, 13365.love

loathly

louse 6882 -

549
Lite, Eyte, adj. (littte) few, 1312, Lose, Los, s. (A.N.) praise, fame,

,

loos
1757, 13242.

good name, 199,"4878; v. to praise, Iperoli
Lithe, Lythe, adj. gentle, calm, to flatter, 11229. to lose perdere

,
smooth, 4586, 9706; v. to become Losell, s. (A.N.) a scoundrel,
supple, 11115; lieth, 9345.

12096.
Lither, adj. (A.S.) wicked, 12209. Losse, Lose, Los, s. loss, mis-
Litherly, Lytherly, adv. wickedly, fortune, poverty, 1440, 1719, 2091,
12590.

5588, 9781.
Litill, s. a small thing, 1449.

Lote, s. (Icel.) gesture, appear-
Litt, v. to dye, to colour, to tinge, Lothe, adj. (A.S.) spiteful, per-

ance, look, 10770, 11502. Costis pl.
,
, . . .

verse, set against, opposed to, 3311,
Litterure, s. literature, 3940.
Lodge, s. See Loge.

Loue, s. a flame, 9304. Steetowe.
Lodly, adv. miserably, wickedly, Loue, adj. 2650. See Low.

10532, 12737.
2'Lofe, adj, naturat illegitimate, Lour, v. (A.S.) to lour, to scowl,

Loup, s. a loop, a rope, a cable, 2806.
13958. as his

Love as Imus befe brother 1959.
Lofte, s. the sky, 3719.

Lourekand, adj. vengeful, 1001;
Loge, Logge, s. (A.N.). a house, lourekand lust = a desire of

venge-
lodging; pl. tents,' quarters, 813,
loges 1369, 6626, 7627, 13464 ; Lodge, Loute, Lowte, v. (A.S.) to bow, flowled, lorton
6059.
fegitimple

to make obeisance, 845, 2574, (loutid, lowten
Loge, Loga, 6. (A?n.) to Todge, 3125 ; to submit, 8865, 8909. ă foute inf.
to dwell, 1615; to cluster, 1140.

Louting, Loutyng, Lowtyng; s.
Logh, s. a flame, à blaze, 168, bowing, obeisance, 393, 661.
Molognes 9512. See Low.ie.

Love, v. (A.S.) to praise.

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Loke, v. (A.S.) to look, to ob-
orto loke1554, 1641, 1937; part. Lokyng,
serve, to examine, to read, 15, Love, v. (A.S.) to like, to love,

132, 138, 8105.
26; Lokond, 6811.

adv.

Lovely, adj. beautiful, 1631. u988,
Loke, s. look, gaze, 7724. Lovesom, adj. lovely, 658.
Lond, Londe, s. (A.S.) land, coun- Lovyng, s. (A.S.) praise, fame,

try, people, 62, 1042, 1077, 1129. 4378.
Lone, s. shelter, rest; on lone Low, Loue, adj. low, humble,
at rest, 1078.

willing, 1778, 2650.
Long, Longe, v. (A.S.), to belong Low, 8. a portal, entrance, 4951.
Longles to, 1111, 1615, 10039.longit

Lowe, v. to praise, to thank, 7594.
Long, adj. wrote, 1078; many, Lowrand, adj. shrinking, hesitat-
1688.

ing, 3778. ho preso
Longyng, s. praise, flattery, 10353. "Lowse, adj. loose, free, 13190.
zile Loodly, adj. loathsome, horrible, Lowte, v.
that

See Loute.
934; þat loodly = that loathsome
brute.

Luff, s. love, 1882.
Lore, 8. (A.S.) learning, 398, 868, Luffable, adj. lovable, 3697. Lullable

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1494.

Luffly, adj. lovely, 1541.Jami

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

to lint

550

Quggity lugget
Lugg, v. to drag, 6663, 11025,4 Lyver, v. to deliver, to free,

|
12323. lugget om

3227.

helf lzues?
Lure, s. loss, shame, downfall, Lyves, Lyvys, adj. alivé, 13543
waste, destruction, wrong, 581, ?? happy, exultant, rejoicing, 3456. ??

1440, 1446, 2091, 2174, 2214, 8691. Lyvyaton, Lyvyatan, 8. leviathan,
Lurk, v. to slip off, to steal away, 4423, 4438, 4446.

813, 13106; to hide, to lie hid,
,. 8053 1167; to abide in the heart, hence Macche, Mache, v. to match, to machi

, ,
laker $88. to work, to fester, 1430.

contend with, to test an enemy's

macchit
Lurnyt, adj. learned, 3940. powers in battle, 6546, 7042, 8288,
Lusk, v. to tumble over, to throw

8997, 10021, 10217 ; s. match, con-
down, 6730. vide nötē vie',

test, struggle, 1324.
Lust, s. desire, will, delight, 1001,

Mad, adj. angry, foolish, 736. maidon
3317, 8852.átour bust

Maden, Maydon; 8. a maiden, 19431
acti11334 Lusti
, Lustie, adj. pleasant, 15,

1999, 1383. 1363. strong,
337. Cestay 735

Mainly, adj. manly, stalwart,
Lut, "Luttyn, pret

. of Loute,

13779; ado. See Maynly.
bowed to, saluted, 1900, 6176, Maister, 8. (A.N.) a master, a
6213, 9253, 11038.

lord, a husband, 8430.
Lychernes, s. See Lechernes. Maister-men, s. pl. skilled work-
lyff

men who employ others, craftsmen,
Lyf, v. to live, 8114. Ilyffe $8.
1.11038

1599.
Lygher, s. See Ligher.

anaistes, mais tres

Maistre, s. (A.N.) an extraordinary
Lyke, v. See Like.

performance, a wonder, 417, 2202;
Lykyng, s. See Liking.

pl. as an adj. yonderful, marvellous,

*8769. maistes devyse gen.nl
Lyme, 8. See Lime.
s
Maistri, Maiştry, 1s. 'mastgemarits

les
Lymp, v. to lack, to fail, 36.

upper hand, rule, 2785, 13662.maistuia
Lynage, s. lineage, descent, 1847, Maistur, 8. (A.N.) chief, 1, a 1312;
4768, 10327,

$
- Lynde, s. the loin, the leg, 8800. TX master, 1599 a skilful artist,
ndipl.

8733; adj. necessary, imperative,

11815. Maister =
Lyne, s. a story, a book, 8401,

husband, 8430.
8407, 9628 ; a line of descent, de Maisturless, adj. without their
scent, succession, the crown, 1841,

leader, 11131.
10834, 13622, 13661.

Maitles, adj. matchless, no longer
Lynge, v. to remain, to continue, match for, 7861. mightless?!!
12240.

Make, s. (A.S.) a companion, an
Lysse, s. a lass, a young woman, equal, 3793, 10333; a husband, a
1499.

wife, 10811, 11283, 12445.
Lyste, v. See List.

Make, v. to make up, to build, to

construct, 275, 1629; to cause,
Lyte, adj. See Lite.

618.
Lythe, adj. See Lithe.

Malis, Malys, s. malice, 1434,
Lytherly, alv. See Litherly. 10417.
Lyve, 8. on lyve = alive, 1326.

Mall, v. to beat, to crash, 9520.- yomon 2.6.
Lyvely, adv., cheerfully, at once, Manas, s. (A.N.) a threat, threat-
°368,"lyccee' s417.
. 5447

ening, a boast, 2037, 5027, 11005.

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Manas, v, to menace, to threaten, Maydon, s. See Maden.

2041, 4894, 12260 ; pret. &. part. Maydynhed, s. virginity, 12136.
p. Manast.

Mayn, 8. force, strength, 5825 ;
Maner, s. kind, race, 102.

adj. chief, first, great, powerful,
Manly, adv. manfully, bravely, 6915, 10294.3365,10290.
7042.

to mar, maritron Mayn, v. to, maim, to injure,
Mar, Mare, Marr, v. to spoil, to 10012. A

disable, to ruin, 720, 5553, 7861, Maynly, adv. directly, 3255 ;
married 9532, 10417; part. p. Mart,
pophi 2940. to mare wemaran

Mainly, earnestly, eagerly, 13860.
Marbill, Marbull, Marbyll, S.

Me, pron. myself, 2485.
marblé, 1532, 1518, 1572, 1645, Meane, v. to mean, to signify,
1659.

1451; to demean, 11313. See

Mene.
Marchand, s. a merchant, 1590.

Meane, s.
Marche, s, a boundary, a district,

a mean, a medium,
13147, 13415.

3051; adj. 3069.
22 s

Mark, é. a coin of the value of Meblis, Meblys, 8. pl. movables,
13s. 4d.

goods, furniture, 11511, 12188. moeble, mobles

,
Mart, part. p. of Mar, spoiled, Mecull

, adj. 10. See Mekil.
disabled, ruined, defiled, 1855, Mede, 8. (A.S.) a reward, 238,
2940, 6128, 13909. martyr.

620;,0. to reward, 5124.
Amarth
Marter, model ravager, u murderer, Medill

, Medull, adj. middle, s.97415 .
3488.
in. martyr mean, 3707. 7586.

3751

writing
impl.13063 Marter, Martur, v. to murder, to Medill, v. to meddle, to have

martid mangle, to kill 5553, 12985, 13050; carnal connection, 10811.
with. part. p. Mfrtrid, killed, 12424. Meite, s. See Mete. mehaly 9286.
Mase makes, 1402, 1851, Meke, adj. gentle, kind, affable,
3292.
215; meek, obedient, 900.

2
Mase, v. to confound, to astonish, Mekil, Mekell, Mekull, Mecull,
it
to stun, to stupify, 8268, 8430, MykullMykyll

, adj. great, much,
9748, 10124; part. p. Maset,
Masit. 10396

*1529; Mykill, s. greatness, size,
Mason, adj. masonic, 1645.

6246 ;, Mekyll

, as an adp. much,
Massely, adv. largely, massively,

, 213

menyt
3923, 3975.= massily

Mekyt, should be mefyt, moved
Mate, v. (Fr. mater) to over-

1952.
whelm, to render useless, 9532.

Mele, v. to speak, to talk, to com-/
Mater, s. subject, discourse, cause,

2021, 9252.

mell
event, 98, 1445, 1698, 2089.
Maument, Maumette, s. an idol, Melle

, Mell, 0/(A.N.) to meddle

,

with, to relate, to exercise, to ms Cathorn
4312, 4320; +4380; Mowmette,
2021 4389.

practise, (109) 3185, 3782, 9577; suell

to bear, to conduct, to demean,
Maumentre, Mawmentry, 8. spells, 2532, 6571; to fight, or contend

to have
evil power, idolatry, 780, 4301, with, 5243, 10966; to beat, to
4456.

strike, 10994; variation of Mall.
Mawhown, Mawhownus, s. Ma- Mend, v. to mend, to recover, set
homet, 4312, 7758.

1525; to reward, 2104.

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Mene, adj. mean, present, 637, Met, pret. of Mete, dreamed,

1324, 1892, 7560; Meane, 3069. 8430.
> n?1003 Mene, v. to speak of, to tell of, | Mete, s. food, a repast, a meal,

1454, 1715; to remember, to re- 7843, 7856; Meite, 6427; Meyte,
call, 2560; 2558.
Mete, ailj. ripe, fit, 1383. mat 5904 r. meet

2.
to be ac-

Mete, v. to tamo to boot,
Comune any customed, 1750,(2773) 4276; to
bemoan, to complain, 7612, 9328

5452.": meet antuaffin.
Menyng, complaining, Metely, Metly, adv. evenly, be-
grumbling, 9328); to menace, to comingly, 3033, 3069.
threaten, 7111.21

Meve, v. (A.N.) to move, to flow,
Menerly, adv. politely, 12431.

to go, to come, 30, 1601, 1691

, pret. & part. p. Mevyt, (Mefyty) ?
3049. See Mynge.

1952.
Menske, v. (A.N.) to honour, to Middis, Myddes, Myddis, s. the
suit, 1855.

middle, the midst, 1548, 1575,
Ment, pret. of Mene, mentioned,

1601, 2242
450.

Might, Myght,' s. pgwer, force,
Menye, Meny, 8. men, company,

strength, device, 618, 2773, 5825,
band, 37, 4787, ° 5243, 12387, Mirmydon, 8. a [yrmidon, one of

6246, 7815.righti's
19754 12434. Toppretary tuwing

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Mere, s. + marsh, 10924. - sea.

the soldiers of Achilles ; Mermy-nl,

don: 9372; Myrmaidons, 8666 ; pl.
Merke, s. darkness, 3195, 548; Mirmyden, 9994.
mo
no Adj. dark, 408 10. to darken, to Mirth, Myrthe, s. mirth, a game,

v
try make dark, #256.w.ong kung mf. 1064, 6052, v. to rejgice, to enjoy,3555

the

,
Merke, 8. a mark, a point, 7696 ;
0. to note, to wit, 10638% to aim, Mischefe, Myschefe, 8. (A.N.)

one's self, 7910. mitha hyn oss
to rush at, 5196, 7034 ; to strike,
to wound, 7325 ; Merk, to devote,

disadvantage, 6493 ; disaster, in-
to bestow, 12136.

jury, 9055, 11556.
Merke, v. to darken, tą overspread, Mishap, mes accident, mishap,

.
pop' auch
5477.cwch fraglich;cher marked

2069. myshap = misfortunë 3588.

Misrewle, s. carelessness, foolish-
Merkenes, Merknes, s. darkness,

1985, 13159.
Mertrid, part. prof Marter, killed,

Mo, adj. (A.S.) more ; oper mo
19494.

= others, some more, 819 ; Moo,

1162.
Mervel, v. (A.N.) to marvel, 971. Mode, 8. (A.S.) mood, composure,
Mervell, 8. a wonder, 1985, 5482, 1525; story, 515; undertaking,
Mervellus, adj. wonderful, 1572. plan, 2205.
Mervelously, adv. wonderfully, Modé, adj. See Mody.
1456.

Modre, s. (A.S.) a mother, 3485.
Mery, adj. merry, 4787.

Mody, Modé, adj. moody, high-
Mesure, s. (A.N.) caution, skill,

minded, 3008, 7449.6387
806 ; measure, thickness, 1545; in Molde, s. (A.S.) ground, earth,
a measure = after a fixed plan, 159, 1599, 4774 ; on molde = in
regularly, 1648.

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