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Saght, pret. of Seek, sought, Schuld, pret. of Shall, 10441,
searched for, 7670.

12238, 12240, 12243, 12659, 13630.
Sale, 8. (A.N.) a hall, a palace, Schyver," f. a shiver, a fragment,

s,
361. saluttii)

6888.
Salue, v.1(A.N.) to salute, to Sclaunder, v. to slander, to blame,
greet, 1909, 4981.

834 ; 8. blame, slander, disgrace,
Salus, 8. pl. greetings, 3640. 11756; Sklaunder, 1810, 4932. intun duercast's
Sam, adj. same, 10829.

Scrive, s. a shriek, a noise, 9511.
Samyn, adv. together, 752, 1176. Se, v. to see, to look on, to be-

hold, 1643, 1985; imperat. 1422 ;
Sanct, s. a saint, 6279.

pret: Segh, Soghaw, 739, 1317 se.imsy.
Sang, s. a song, 3474.

Se, s. the sea, 1982 ; See, 1989.
Sarre, adj. comp. (A.S.) sorer, Seche, v. to seek, 531, 11702,

to secheint
2074, 9156.

12677 secking Jethlimpini
Sarrigold = pure gold, 9502.

Seche, adj. such, 11680.
Saul, Saule, 8. the soul, 6324,
12137; Sawle, 10768.

Sedur, s. the cedar; of sedur tre

= of cedar wood, 1658.
* Saut, Saute, Sawte, s. (A.N.) an
assault, ° 57, 85, 3532, +6869, Seek, v. to agitate, to work upon ;

,
11158.

pret. Sought, 8716; (Soght,' 9127. pre pete herlik)
Save, prep. except, 1707. Sege, 8. (A.S.) a man, a noble, 9979.
Savyng, prep. for lack of, 1126 ; Segh, pret. of Se, saw, beheld,
with all respect for, 7587.

1222, 1246.6806

sigan
Saw, s. (A.S.) a saying, a pro- Seie, Seye, v. (A.S.) to turn, to
posal, 3191, 12214.

turn over, to fall down, 2512 33.95 yitite
Sawen, part. p. of Saw, sown, Seyn,shat, 9129.je mozu on, yo,

6579,06644; pret. Seit, Seyit Seyt;

,
2463.

Seigne, 8. a sign, 3108. seignla 310
Sawte, s. See Saut.
sauter Sawter, s. the Psalter, 4435.
,

Seke, adj. (A.S.) sick, 6057, 9175.
4479. Say, v. to tell, to relate, 374 ;

Seke

, v.ito go on pilgrimage, to resortle
worship, 2002 ; apret. Soght. apying

to,
pret. & part. p. Said, 1073, 1416;

pret. Sayn, sain, wid, 271, 5203, Seker, Sekir, Sekur, adj. sure, no seckin
tils 5214. nies. pres

secure, 198, 7991; Syker, 1544.
Say, s. a speech, a proverb, an

Sekurly, adv. certainly, surely,
opinion, 8063.

9979.
Sayn, Sain, pret. of Say, said, Selfe, adj. (A.S.) same, 13828.

unuanal
277, 5203, 5214. né es prés.
Selkowth, adj. wonderful, 13506. unua na

unomon
Schalk, Schalke, s. See Shalk. Selly, adj. (A.S.) wonderful,
Schall, v. shall, 6900.

marvellous, 10484, 10753, 13275;
Schent, v. See Shent.

adv. wonderfully, 1544; s. a marvel,

a wonder, 5153, 11668. 10484.
Schir, adj. See Shire.

Sembland, Semblaund, s. (A.N.)
Scho, pron. she, 12148, 12150,

appearance, countenance, 469
12152; Sho, 10774, 13858; She, 2700.
10776, 10777.

Semble, v. to assemble, to collect, smolitin
Schope, v. See Shope.

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Sem ble, s. an assembly, a council, cease, 941, 2259; to seize, 1153; tu sese

a battle-field, 3737; Semely, 7389; pret. Sesit, 1384, 1877; part. p.
Semly, 4160.

Sesit, Sesyt, 1303, 1457 ; to give
Seme, v. to seem, to appear; me

seizin to, 119.73965 tit. 16.
semys = it seems to me, me thinks, Sesyn, s. a season, 1442.
1737.

Sesyng, part. snatching, 2463.
Seinly, adj. comely, good-looking, Set, v. to fix, to put, to keep, to
beautiful, 127, 1472, 8246 ; s. a

settle, 379, 1419, 1728, 1828 ; to
lady, a gentleman, 503, 1854;

deal, to give, 1263, 9016; to ac-
Semely, 390, 560.
count, to regard, 5602 ; to satisfy, set

in any
Semond, part. seeming, seen, ap- to suit, 223; pret. Set; part; po sethom

oyl
parent, 469.

Set, situated, seated, 1611, 1711,
Semple, adj. low, downcast, 8247. 2028 ; set up, completed,' 1689; 1o wende

19941.
Semster, s. one who does the

arranged, disposed, 3031,

101514lS ,
ornamental sewing on gloves and Sete, pret. of Sit, sat, 1109. no. of sot
other kinds of leather work; hence Sete, s. an abode, a palace, 1630.
they are classed with sadlers and Sethyn, adv. (A.S.) afterwards,
souters; 1585.

455. See Sithen.
Send, v. to send, to keep, to de setman, Seyvyn, adj. seven,

vyuon
fend, 3510; pret. Send, sent,

10118, 10546. Sevon 738.
10796 ; part. p. Send, sent, 10501.
Seniour
, 8. a chief, 13956.784it

. Sevynt,
adj. seventh,

6215.
Senowe, 8. a , sinew, a muscle, Sew, pret. of Sow, sowed, 941.

, '
8794. serowcipes

Sew, v. to proceed, to follow, 361,
Sent, v. to assent, 6280.

1475, 11109; to sue, 1854.
Seond, part. seeing, 8094.

Sewertie, 8. surety, .certainty,

9241.
Ser, compar. of Sere, sure, 5627.
Serch, v. to turn up, to dig, 1534; Sextene, adj. sixteenth, 10639.
Sewte, 8. a company, 12995. 3410 - suit,

seris/
to plunder, 12015; to test, to
measure, 1537.

Seye, 4. See Seie, pret. Seyn,
,

.
-shut, 7129.
Sercle, s. a circle, 1658; circuit,

course, 1052, 1555; site, situation, Shake, v. (A.S.) to set out, to
335.

roam, 2921, 3178.

shack shalkes
Sere, adj. several, many, 1413, Shalke, &. (A.S.) a man, 72, 89.moldins
sere goddes. 2000, 7160; all, on sere haluys Shame, v. to be, or to become

= on all sides, 1353, 1702, 6070, ashamed, 7468. 18:16
12980; on sere halfe, 6054; sure;

comp. Ser, surer, more secure, 5627 | Shap, s. shape, form, 1550.
Sere, v. to serve, to worship, 2946, Shape, v. (A.S.) to shape, to
o as above, several, de redund.

form, 1649; to dress, to array,
Serklyt, adj. encircled, 3038, set

2572; to cause, to bring about,

2073; to direot, to guide, 114 tto
with, 3408.

hie, to haste,-pret. Shope, 2758.
Sertan, adj. certain ; in sertan =
assuredly, 9556.
Share, v. (A.S.) to cut, to shear,

Avar,
1233, 1269, 11113; pret. Share.
Servage, 8. (A.N.) bondage, 1384. Sharpe, adj. quick, rapid, 2758.

, . , sof
Serve, v. to deserve, 550.

Shaw, s. a thicket, a small wood,
Ses, Sese, v. to cease, to cause to 12974,

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Shede, s. the parting of the hair Shone, v.I to shun, to shrink, to
of the head, 3023.

rush from ; pret. Shont, 919, 1335,
Sheltron, Sheltrone, Sheltrun, 8.

5732 ; Sehunt, 19780.
strettrumo a squadron of ships, 3239; a body Shont

, pret. of Shone.

.
9458

of soldiers, 5249, 5804, 100476 ond y Shope, v. pret. made, shaped,
rstecktrum Shemere, v. (A.S.) to glitter, to made for, prepared, put,"fell, Chap-
shine, 4974.

pened, *12, 1780,4 2758,4 3245, hi, Yu hyper
;"72

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10242,110348; Schope, 13730.

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Shend, v. (A.S.) to destroy, to

goreja
shatter

, 2544, 5249, 95697 ; pret. & Shot, pret. & part. p.: entered, tarved London
O part. p. Shent; to excuse, to par- passed, put, set, filled, 1901, 5564,
don, 8119. Tote

9509; rushed, 5933.
Shend, a form of Send, v. pret. Shote, s. a clump, a group, 330 ;
r' defended, answered in defence, Shotte, a flood, a stream, 3300.
8144.

Shottyn, pret, shot, tossed, 1408.
Shene, a form of Sene, part. p. Shoure, s. a shower of rain, 1577; 4130 shours I 3
seen, 89) 2950. shewn??

a conflict, a combat, 5804, 11048.
Shene, adj. (A.S.)

bright

, splen- Showve, v. to fly away, 11804. - tiny'
did, beautiful, 330, 1408 ; noble,

he
exalted, 600; as a s. fair one, lady, Shrike, s. a song, a carol, 346; v.-l stora!

8144; aš’an ado. well, seemly, 1649. to sing, 12974.
Shenship, s. confusion, disgrace, Shuld, pret. of Shall, should,
ruin, 4176, 8119.

were about to, 10795.
Shent, part. p. excused, pardoned, Shunt, v. to shun, to shrink, to

8119; ruined, shattered, exhausted, withdraw, to retreat, to desist,
pea. 10348, 134264 See Shend.
Şee .

600, 729,-10377, 10998; to free
Shentyng, part
. shrinking, shun-

from, to protect from, 2544;

Schunt, 13730.
ning, withdrawing, 481. See Shone,
to-shcure shevere, v. to shiver

, 1264.
13416 Shyre, adj. See Shire.

Sib, Syb, 8. (A.S.) a relation,
immy Shew, v., to appear, to offer, to

5449, 5461.
siewe man display, sol.° 1581 ; to look upon, Sib, Syb, Sibbe, Sybbe, adj.

801,91581
Eja.pl 1456, 1550. *

.
Shilde, s. (A.S.) a shield, 889,

(A.S.) related by blood, near, 2057,

5019, 7080, 7090.
1194; 4. to, shield,, to defend,
12316. Foshido dite for tak kinsmen, 1802, 2588, 11293.

digi Sib-men, Syb-men, s. relatives,
Shire, Shyre, adj. (A.S.) clear,

bright, fresh, sparkling, 270, 330, Sibradyn, s. (A.S.) relationship,
346, 1269, 2373; great, solemn,
729; Schir, 12168.

, ,
Shodere, Shodure, v. to shudder, Sicken, Sykyng, part. sighing,
free chat,a to burst, to break, 1335, 3706.utti 866, 12427. See Šike.

Shogge, v.' to attack, to thrust, Sighkyng, part. falling down,
11089.

hanging, waving, 3900.
Shok, Shoke, pret

. went, passed, Sight, s. sight-seeing, curiosity,
1980, 3132 ; carried, 9907, 11124; 2874.
rent, split, 6888.

Sike, v. to sigh, to sɔb, 1307 ;
Shold, pret. of Shall, should, 7558; part. Sikyng, 1515, 2680 ; Sykyng,
Shuld, 10795.

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2075, 3903; (Sekir, 6950; Syker, 12700,burst forth, 13616. see fuidh

;
1544 ; oSycher, -13861 ;), peppar. Skerre, v. 44.9.) to scare away,
safer, better, 1752. pouli

13404. skinit
Sikernes, 8. security, 11733.

Sket, Skete, adj. swift, fierce,
Sikyng, Sykyng, s. sighing, sob- headlong, cruel, 13434, 13442,

bing, 1515, 2680, 8032, 8452. 13523, 13672.

Sile," Syle, v. to drop, to fall, to Skethill, adj. 13442. See Ska-
syryngeid

flow down, 1307,9 2168, 2680 ; to thell.
compose one's self, 372, 9210; to Skewe, Skiew, s. the sky, the
pass, to move, 364, 1973.

heavens, 9637, 9932, 10,182, 12496,
Sir, . a sire, a father, 7894 ; atwa12500. sheuvent

- wis skrew skewes
knight, a noble, 9470. Skire, Skyre, milj. fierce, cruel, shay

adj.
Sit, probably for Set, 2730.

angry, 8897, 12500, 12700,13397,
Sital, s. a stringed musical instru- Skirme, v. to battle, to flash,

13616.
ment, 3435. Chauc. citole.
Sité, 8. a city, 10409. Time

12500, 13601. - mit

Sklaunder. See Sclàunder.
Sith, (adv. since), s. hay; no
sith = in no way, 9535.

Sknowe, s. snow, 10971.
Sithe, Sythe, s. (A.S.) time, 188, Skope, pret. of Skape, 13541. 13/30
11039, 12996.

Skorne, 8. contempt, 1874.
Sithen, Sythen, adv. (A.S.) since, + Skoute-wacche, Scowte-wacche, s.
sythai

after, afterwards, 66, 176, 4558, a sentinel, 1089, 6042.

13790 ; Sethyn, 455. o sithen 2897 Skowre, 8. a score, 2638.
osta obs Sitte, v. to become, to suit, et. Skreme, v. to scream, to bellow,
concern, to befal, 530, 2130, 2284;

910; part. Skremyng, 10182.
Syt, 2552; part. Sittyng, becom-
sitter 69140 o suitable, more becoming, 1737, Skrow. 8. the sky, 910; Skrew,
2962, 12345.

10182
Skaire, v. to divide, to send forth, Skryke, 8. a shriek, 910; to
to set here and there, 1089. shriek, 101826 knyta ng v.ba

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Skant, adj. eficient, imperfect. Skylle, 8. skill, opportunity, 1874.

4067. to turite Total Skyrme, 8. battle, struggle, 13541.
togefincere Skape, vt to shape, to lead to, to move way, a valley, 6006, 6601, 6795,

Slade, s. (A.S.) a ravine, a narrow
meimmatbring, 8897; to escape, 834, 13117,
tulia in 13130. 73514 skapt inny

7005, 7693, 10673.
Skathe, Skatheti 2. to skathe, Slagh, Slaght, Slaghte,

the liroq

slaughter, murder, 2178,7 6006,

7693, 9270, 13008, 13609.
u skatul. Skathe, Skath, 8. injury, damage,

danger, 834, 1810, 2725, 13130. Slange, Slaunge, pret. of Sling,
Skathell, Skathily adj. fierce,

dashed, 1296, 13745.
cruel, 4067, 13130. ursin l Slawthly, adv. skilfully, quickly,
Skathith, adv. griovousty, for

10306.
gone, 13397.a.

Sle, v. (A.S.) to slay, 1978, 10957.
Skelte, v. to warn, to report, Slecynge, s.

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Slym, Slyme, s. slime, mud, quick-
Sleghly, 2 Slely, Slighly, adv. sand, 5710, 13547 ; & snare, a trap,

, , , cleverly 13281.0
swilly, 196, 289,"1251, h296, Slyme, v. to do anything care- súip as pas.


deterity lessly, to pretend ignorance, 8096.
Sleght, 8. (A.S.) skill, contrivance, Slyng, v. See Sling.
the knack of doing anything, 196,

curight
1251, 1896, 9186; perfection, Slyngyng, part

. casting down,
beauty, 3063; Slight, 10673. slaughter, 6006, 7693.

Slyp, v. See Slip.
imod.8125_ Sleppit, part. p. slept, 817.
8228

Sletyng, verbal 8. sleight, cun- Smaragden, s. a precious stone, Emerald,
ning use of anything, 196.

probably sardonyx, 924.
Slicche, 8. mud, wet, plashy Smelt, adj. shining, polished,

ground, slush, 5710, 13547; bright (as if smelted), 1667.
Teut has

Sluche, 12529; Sliche, 5763. Smert, adj. rough, uncut, 924;
Slighly, adj. See Sleghly.

sharp, fierce, 9512
Slight, s. See Sleght.

Smethe, adj. (A.S.) smooth,
Sling, Slyng, v. to cast, to cast

polished, clear, 924, 1667, 11796.
inf. down, to dash, 8851; pret. Slange, Smorther, 8. a suffocating smoke

13745 ; Slaunge, 1296 ; Slong, or smell, smut, 911, 3511, 9512,
4215.

mille
Slip, Slyp, v. to glide, to fall, to Smult, pret. of Smile, boiled,
slip, 8096 ; pret. Slypped, 2378;

bubbled, rushed, 911.

snaw self
part. p. Slippit, 8428, 4703 ingg Soberly, Soburly, adv. earnestly,
Sliper, adj. slippery, 11295. 248, 380.
Slit, v. (A.S.) to cleave, to cut Soche, adj. such, 1364; so great,
through, to rip, 5939, 6409, foot, so noble, 1725.

wont Socur, 8. (A.N.) succour, help,
- Slithe, s. for Sliche. See Slicche. 31344; allies, 9700; v. to succour,
Slober, s. foam, drift, 12529.

to help, 6447. le agenza (5923 focus on ti
Slogh, 8. a slough, 13547.

Sodenly, adv. suddenly, 1697. s daini, 5782

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Slogh, pret. of Sle, slew, killed, So-gat = in such manner, 5207.

1218, 1296, 9038; Sloght, 9728; Sogh, pret. of Se, saw, 739. .
Slough, 10306.
spominging, 9.5

Soght, Soghton, Sought, Sought-
Slomer, v. (A.S.) to slumber, 6, on, pret. of Seek, sought, searched,
8428 ; part. Slomeryng.

invented, 1623; went, pushed on,

rushed, poured, 964, 1353, 5903,65414,
Slomur, s. slumber, 13285.

-9127 ; rose, 1091 ; fell, 4315;
Slong, Slongen, Slongyn, Slungen, came, entered, 392, 1376, 18716;

pret. of Sling, cast, dashed, 3201, departed, 6644, 13209; part. p.
3217, 4215,412529.

driven, forced, 1513.
Slote, 8. the throat, 908; the Soiokrne, v. to sojourn, to abide,

hollow in the throat above the 382.
breast, or, the pit of the stomach, Solas, s. (A.N.) comfort, good,

3063, 5939, 6409.
Slough. See Slogh.

to enjoy, 1752 ; to entertain, 9704.
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