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feer, dread, terror, 2366, 3503 ; as | Tale

, s. (A.S.) a story, a remark,
an adj. dazed, muddled, deadly, number, reckoning, 1941, 2619,
3604, 9561.

2746.
Syb, Sybbe, adj. See Sib.

Talent, s. (A.N.) desire, inclina-
Sychen, part. 1524. See Sichen. tion, 464.
Sycher, adj. See Siker, 13861 Taliour, 8. a tailor, 1586.
Syde, 'adj. (A.S.) long, wide, far Tall, adj. fine, solemn,, obsequi-
off, distant, 1513, 1843, 7670,

12 268.
13989.

Tally, adv. finely, elegantly, com-
Sydflyng, adv. side-ways, 7320. pletely, 8813.
Syense, s. science, knowledge, Tane, Tan, part. p. of Fake, taken,
1485.

1010, 2645, 9072, 12207, 12825.
Syker, adj. See Siker.

Tapster, 8. a seller of liquor, a
Sykyng, part. & 5. sighing, 495, Tary, v. to delay, 1508, 11653; layis voti
s
taverner, 1594. Mart wie Tamalude

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866, 8032, 8452, 10484.
Syle, v. See Sile.

part. Tarying, as 3. delay,

hindrance, 1094, 1938.
Syling, Sylyng part. falling, Tase, Tas, pres. t. of Take, takes,
flowing, 1307, 8142.

661, 7067.
Symylacres, 8. idols, 4315.

Taste, s. smell, the sense of smell,
Syn, Syne, adv. since, seeing that, 1668; with taste for to touche =
1106, 1865; after which, after- tested by the sense of smell.
wards, 2551.

Taverner, 8. the keeper of a
Synagod, s. a temple, 4467.

tavern, 1594.
Syster, 8. pl. sisters, 10759. Taward, Tawardes, prep. with,
Sythe., See Sithe.

against, towards, 3327,5072, 6097.
1060Sythen, Sythifadv. See Sithen. Tes, 3 sing. pres. of Te, to raise,
osginn 13790

to elevate, hence to esteem, to hold
Tabernacle, 8. a canopy, a throne,

dear, 8313. Ok

:
1671. taburngot 8813, Tegh, v. to go, to haste, to hie,

, tegnt non
Tabul Tabill, 8. a table, 1665.
a .

1518, 1786, 2541, 12903; pret.
1668. Tables, 8. the game of back-Tegh, v. to tie, to fasten, 3523,

NO/Tegu, Teght, Tight, 1358.
s

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to
10382, 12154. do Fogh

15310
Tache, Tacche, v. (A.N.) to fix, Tegh, ú. (A.S. teón) to tug, to
tachit to fasten; to tache on = to rush on,

draw, to pull, 7628.
upon 6787 to attack, 6717, 8297. aondom
Taght, opret. of Teche, A.S.) Teler, 8. (O.F. Telier) a linen

draper, a cloth merchant, 1586.
7836. taught, advised, counselled, 881

,
6117, 10279; Toght, 9232. ton. Tellus, 3 sing. pres. tells, 286, 4313.
A memory Tainted, adj. attainted, 8109. Temyn, part. p. of Teme, related,

3 joprese,
Take, v. (A.S.) to take up, to

of the same blood, 3306.
inal

begin, 747 ; to attack, 10197 ; Tendle, s. a candle, a splint of
Tiłgo past.p. Takyn, seized, 10197. com resinous wood used as a candle,

Takell, Takyll, s. tackle of a 6038, 7353.

ship, 3704; arms and armour, Tendre, v. to make tender, to
6186.

melt, 10769.
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Tene, 8. (A.S.) grief, anger, spite, Therapon, adv. thereupon, 8447.

rage, injury, mischief, 81, 1978, There, adv. where, 1355 ; thence,
• 2718, 10079.

11818; there, 11817.
Tene, v. (A.S.) to grieve, to in- Therewith, adv. thereat, there-

jure, to become angry or spiteful,
po 4567, 4600, 9448, 10078.
Tenfull adj. angry, ospiteful, Thes, Thies, pron. these, 1454, 4051

"

1736, 6859, 8269, 9116, 11048.
12252.
Tenfully, adv. angrily, bitterly, Thester, Thestur, adj. (A.S.)
12233.6762.

dark, 2362, 4629, 13461.- vestuz adi'.
(Tensiche, adv. ten times, 5966.

Thethen, adv. (A.S.) thence, 8790.8iten

Thewe, 8. a sinew, pl. resolution, monicien
Tent, adj. tenth, 4480.
sin

pluck, 4016. He used pusty Shakuele
Tent, 8. attention, heed, 2462 ;: Thi, 2974, probe for This. 1c-
wis cette feriteo to attend to, to heed, 665, 719, Thicke, adj

. as s. the thick part,
int

2310, 2718, 10237.
Ter, pret. of Tere, 9501.

9021; ado. much, often, greatly,

thoroughly, 147, 8623, 9972; in
Tere, 8. a tear, 1307= teris nl

crowds, 2867; angardly thicht in
Tere, v. to tear, to shatter, 1966; great crowds, 11831.
pret. Ter, 9501. to ter

Thigge, v. to beg, 13549.
Terne, s. a tarn, 11187.
r

Thin, pron. thine, 7931. pin
Terne, v.' to turn, to result, 2943. Think, v. to intend, to resolve,
Terage, 8. (L.), land, territory,

1883.
realm, 154, 1072, 12786; Terrage, Thirle, v., (A.S.) to pierce through,
13631.

9061. Bille)
Teth, 8. pl. teeth, 177.

Tho, pron. (A.S.) those, 1312.73830%,
Text, 8. foundation, cause, origin, Thoche, adj. such, 3513,3562,

51. original words of the authan you Thof, conj. though, if, 136,
Thai, pron. those, 1024.

1253; Thogh, 1312
jan Thaim; pron. them, 1582.7362 Thoght, Thoghte, s. mind, 144 :

thought, purpose, 994; pret. of
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prinę ?Thaire, pron. their, 1581.
Than, adv. then, 271, 2423, 2427,

Thenke, thought, imagined, ex-

pected, 10339.
pani C10794; be than Ji by that time med Thole, Thowle

, v. (A.S., to bear,
383.

to suffer, to endure, 577, 950,

Sholed
ar
Thar, impers

. , vb

. it behoves, palt1253, 15292283,949979674. indi
2060. = hark?

Thondir, Thoner, s. a thunder-
vider Loodley That

, eeber.so, 934 ; pron. what,
'.

storm, 7619, 12496. Konkursa
1158, 11374; that = at ,
1829. That ty me ace, tempor | Thonke, . to thank, 955;

pret.
The, pron, thee, 1938, 2388, 6427,

Thonket, Thonkit, 1024, 2152. poukais

Thouret
8084, 10495; they, 8008, 10292, Thonre, v. to thunder, 1987; itat
11399, 13927.

Thunre, 3691, 4629. Tuinrit
Thedur, adv. thither, 88, 13454. Thos, pron. those, 1499.
Fukoin ko nka Thegh, Theghe, 8. (A.S.) the Thow, pron. thou, 2070, 2086,
thigh, 8800, 9021, 9167.

2089.
Then, conj. than, 1849, 1882. Thowle, v. See Thole.

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Thraldam, s. thraldom, 1399. Thristé, Thristy, adj. trusty, audact.
Thrang, pret. of Thring, crowded, 4088, 13998.fastl 5475

pressed, 8283, 9416 ;ut crushed, Thristely, adv. certainly, surely,

battered, 11135. Thanya ul. 40. 10831.
Thrange, adj

. as adv. busily, Thrive, Thryve, v. to prosper, priuond.ips
heartily, 3094,

4832 ; part. Thrivand, Thryvond,
Thrappit, pret. of Threpe, battled, successful, famous, worthy, 1482,
contended, argued, hurried, crowd- 2742, 4103, 9508 ; part

. p. Thre- Thry nord,
ed, 2003, 2152, 3691, 9641, 10098,

pre 5874
10123, 13811.

hrastje

Thro, adj. (A.S.) eager, earnest,
Thrast, pret. of Threste,((A.S.) bold, cruel, 147, 470, 1399, 6446. 428,431

Lire
thrust, put, packed, 1399, 4129, Throly, adv. pertinaciously, 208;
ht11043.
hupi non vehemently

, terribly, 1987.5691. pood, 8832
Thrat, adj. opened, wide, 3045. Throng, Thronge, s. a crowd, a
Threpe, v. to assert, to contend,

melée, 1341, 11013; pret.of Thring, 13295
to battle, 12134; pret. Threppit,

crowded, pressed, crushed, thrust,
12235. See Thrappit. assertion

fw.i
' 2362, 6446,6516; Thronght, 7040;

adj. strong, earnest, 12235.
to-do, 1127, 6142; contest, attack, Throtle, v. to throttle, to kill,

,
melée, 5246, 9845, 9850, 11043,

12752.
11143. 13295, prepe

Thruble, o. to trouble, to rage,

, '
Threpond, adj. determined, stal- 7619, 12496. Thruvili prubiet i
wart, brave

, 5475, 10847: baepand Thrugh, prep. through, 1129 ;
prste Threte, 8. threatening, 2595. Thurgh, 169.

Thretyng, 8. threatening, threats, Thrugh, 8. a stone coffin, a sar-
4893.

cophagus, 11820. "Through
Threvan, part. p. of Thrive, pros- Thrungyn, part. p. of Thring,
pered, grown, 13760. Samuel

pressed, close, 11723.
Thricche, 8.e-etab, a thrust, 12752. Thry, for prie or pries, thrice ; or
a

not rate
Thricchet Madj. m thick, dense,
he rest thry = ere he rest thrice,

tre i
800.
packed, 13461. Mä

Thryvond, part. of Thrive, 9508.
Thricćing, part. of Thriche, press-
ing, wringing, 1522.

Thught

, pret. of Think, thought, voi.ou moc. para
Thrid, adj. third, 1482, 6113.

9957, 10277, 12254; Thughten,
3189.

vite tharana
Thried. See Trie. 4129

Thunre, v. See Thonre.
Thrifte, s. luck, fortune, success, Thurgh, prep. through, 169.
1883.

puigdy ngen
Thriftily, adv. neatly, nicely, Thurght, prep. throughout, 6958, 8641,
3045.Writicano

of morfin.
Thrille, s. (A.S.) a hole; pl. the Thurt, impers. pret. (A.S.) need
nostrils, 3045, 1727. nostrilio. be, could be, might be, 12001.

See Thar.
To Thring, Thryng, v. (A.S.) to

crowd, to press, to thrust, to crash, Thus-gatis, adv. (A.S.) in this
11727; pret. Thrang, Throng;

manner, 4500.
part

. Thryngyng, 9641 ; part. p. Tid, Tyd, adv. quickly, promptly,
Thrungyn, 11723. brongin sy48. 7126, 8002.

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576

toutea vulke Joo 5796,
Tide, Tyde, v. (A.S.) to happen, 783 ; seized, 1279, 7802; toke hym

, ,
to befal, to succeed, 201, 265; on þe hed = struck him on the
pret. Tide, Tyde, 81,"99; Tid, 1202, head, 8224.
4489.

Tokyn, pret. of Take, 2013,
Tide, 8. (A.S.) season, opportunity,
s

4696.
time, 1974, 13152.

Tokyn, 8. instruction, direction,
Tidé, adj. ready, apt, skilful, 881.

10049 ; Tydé, 1202 ; super. Tidi- Tomg, 8. (Icel) leisure, 43, 307,
est, 1035. 6075 tdi biana

644.
Tidely, adv. cleverly, smartly, .Tomely, Tomly, adv. leisurely,

. Ladely 8561. readily 1088, 2447, 3117; Tombly, 11488,11576
Tight, pret. of Tegh, went,'hied, Ton, the one, one, 1131, 6420,
1358.

13206; Tone, 13822.
Tild, (A.S. telde) pret. & part. p. Ton, part. p. of Take, taken,
of Tild, built, 1088, 1455, 1551,

elected, 5197.
11664;(Tilde, 1560. vmbe tilde

Too, prep. to, 312.
Tild, 8. a building, 2687.
Till, prep. to, towards, 131,

Top, 8. a game of chance in which

a top is used, 1629.4
11249.

Topsayles, adv. head foremost,
Tilt, (Icel. tilla, pret. tylte) tilted,

1219.
shot, 914.

inconvenismul
Tirghit, part. p. of Tirr, or Tirgh, Tore, adj., (Icel.) difficult, irk-
,

,
tired, become heartless, 4758.

some, tedious, 644, 2782, 3911,

8717; sturdy, great, lofty, 1035,
Tirne, v. to turn, to throw, 1512, 1131, 1637,6348) 6717; full, re-
10197.

plete, 3348; Toure, 320.
Tise, Tyse, v. to entice, to beguile, Toretté, 8. a turrit, 1560. met
201, 11781. vided

Til record

rewing Torfer, Torfor, 5. (Icel. tor-föri)
il 4:6737 Tit, adj. dear, loved, 7106. harm, mischief, disaster, 81, 2033,

Tite
, Tyte, adv. soon, quickly

, letr7435 ; pl. Tourfer, 5672. Shwach!)??

.
Tit4758. immediately, 180, 256, 1819. Torne, part. p. of Tirn, turmod,

Tithaundes, (Tithynges,) Tyth- driven baek, 1208; er, sundered.

andes,, Tythondys, s. pl. tidings, Torres, s. pl. towers, mountains
1141,(1301) 3006, 6263.

NEW
Torrit, madj. tower-like, crested,
To, prep. by, 128; towards, 1001, 13489. wound
1316; for, 1045, 1397 ; against, Tote, v. (A.S.) to gaze eagerly, to
12815.

observe, 862, 8178.
To, adv. too, 3043, 3044, 10770. "Tother, Tothir, 'Tothýr.) adj. & s.
- Toght, part. p. of Teche, taught, the other, 63, 1672, 6325, 8015; dathiri
instructed, 9232.

the ton fro the tother = the one
Toile, s. the piece of armour

from the other, 3911.
buckled to the tasset, and hanging Touch, v. to test, to try, 1668;
over the cuishes, 6420; struggle, to open up, to explain, 1716;
battle, 6958, 7435. 6550

Touchet, touched, 1337.
Toķe, pret. of Take, took, handed, Toun, Toune, 8. a town, 320.
speve 7495.

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Tour, Towr, s. (A.N.) a tower, | Trist, s. trust, hope, confidence,
si urang 1531, 1634. Townespil

8859, 11709.
Toure, adj. lofty, 320. See Tore. Trist, v. to trust, 424, 5838;
Tourfer, s. See Torfer.

pret. Trist, 256, 12712.11976,
Tow, adj. two, 310.

Tristy, adv. trusty, secure, 218,

1487. tistical idea
Traie, v. (A.N.) to betray, to
twist, 42. turnst

lor Trailt Trouthe, Trowth, s. troth, pledge,
(Train Trayn, Trayné, &. "reason, Tru, True, 8. a truce, 7141, 7165,
)

promise, 3802, 12303.
°4449, 10330,911303, 11709. Theyne
Trant, Traunt, s. a trick, a strąta- True, adj. as s. a trusty person,
gem, 12205, 12210.-idná pi

10842.2
Trase, v., to smear, to spatter, Truncheon, Trunchen, Trunchon,
4
mit pop. 11813. lace, mans

Trunchyn, s. a splinter, a fragment,
Trauthe, Trawth, s. truth, honour,

9434, 9448,411096, 911104,
pledge, 1749, 7874, 8000, 10110.

Truse, s. a truce, 94.
Trawe, v. to trow, to believe, 298, Trusse, v. to pack up, to make

truss
3351. Incobus impetuo
Ir iny

ready, to arrange, 3026, 4653,
Trayn, Trayne, s. See Train.

12313 ; to go, to be gone, 1819,

1*413349 to carry off, 1733.cent
Tre, s. wood, 1658, 5499, 11676; Trust, part. p. of Trist, trusted,

the shaft of a lance or spear, 9434, 10110.

9540, 11096.
Tregetre, 8. trickery, magic, 1624. Tryet, adj. See Triet.
Trendull
, 8. a hoop, a spindle, Tuck, 8. a blow, a stroke ; tuck

Tryetly, adv. most choicely, 3054. (wido
453.

s
Trespas, s. offence, affront, 13403.

ofatrump = blast of a trumpet,

7107.
Tretable, adj. (^.N), tractable

, Tug, Tugge, lv. to tear, to pull, dishe
reasonable, 3835. mild, moderat
Trete, v. (A.N.) to treat, to bar- Tulke, s.Ita man, a knight, 63,

out, 8042,9559,9603. Tag inte hud into die,in
gain; part. Tretyng, treating, bar- 13925.

, neil
Trety, 8. a story, tradition, 154, Tung, Tunge, 8. the tongue, 914, termoid 4a3
8383. Another form of Tretys.

1966, 8717; speech, 527..
Trew, 8. (A.N.) a truce, 2619, Turner, 8. a turner, 1586.

,
8372. See Tru.

Tut, pret. of Tote, projected, pro-
Trew, adj. true, faithful, trust-

truded, 9540.
worthy, 8383, 11976. at traw s.

Twelmond, 8. a twelve-month, a
Trewmen, 8. pl. trusty men,
.

Twye, vto turn, to turn back,
Treyne, 8.2 See Train. 2 aviat triche o co, "6378.512., 49
9842) Triet, Tryet, adj. (suponen af Trie) | Twyn, adj. twain, two, 1181,
heid asb choice, the best, 1665, 9106; well

3706, 10406.
known, famous, 1840.

Twyn, Twynne, v. to divide, to
Trifuls, s. pl. trifles, inventions,

separate, 2747, 13230.
fables, 43.

Tyde, Tyd, v. See Tide.
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