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fear, 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.

Taliour, 8. a tailor, 1586.
Syde, adj. (A.S.) long, wide, far Tall, adj. fine, solemn, obsequi-
off, distant, 1513, 1843, 7670,

ous, 3098.
13989.

Tally, adv. finely, elegantly, com-
Sydelyng, adv. side-ways, 7320. pletely, 8813.
Syense, 8. science, knowledge, Tane, Tan, part. p. of Take, taken,
1485.

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

Tapster, s. a seller of liquor, a
Sykyng, part. & 8. sighing, 495,

taverner, 1594.
866, 8032, 8452, 10484.

Tary, v. to delay, 1508, 11653;
Syle, v. See Sile.

part. Tarying, as 8. 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, 8. 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, 8. a temple, 4467.

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

against, towards, 3327,5072, 6097.
Sythen, Sython, adv. See Sithen. Tes, 3 sing. pres. of Te, to raise,

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

dear, 8313.
1671.

Tegh, v. to go, to haste, to hie,
Tabill, 8. a table, 1665.

1518, 1786, 2541, 12903; pret.

Tegh, Teght, Tight, 1358.
Tables, 8. the game

of back-

Tegh, v. to tie, to fasten, 3523,
gammon, 1624.
Tache, Tacche, v. (A.N.) to fix, Tegh, ý. (A.S. teón) to tug, to

10382, 12154.
to fasten; to tache on = to rush on,
to attack, 6717, 8297.

draw, to pull, 7628.
Taght, pret. of Teche, (A.S.) Teler, 8. (O.F. Telier) a linen
taught, advised, counselled, 881,

draper, a cloth merchant, 1586.
6117, 10279; Toght, 9232. Tellus, 3 sing. pres. tells, 286, 4313.
Tainted, adj. attainted, 8109. Temyn, part. p. of Teme, related,
Take, v. (A.S.) to take up, to

of the same blood, 3306.
begin, 747 ; to attack, 10197 ; Tendle, 8. a candle, a splint of

part. p. Takyn, seized, 10197. resinous wood used as a candle,
Takell, Takyll, 8. 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, ado. thereat, there-

jure, to become angry or spiteful,
4567, 4600, 9418, 10078.

upon, 10162.
Tenful, adj. angry, spiteful

, Thes, Thies, pron. these, 1454,
12252.

1736, 6859, 8269, 9116, 11048.
Tenfully, adv. angrily, bitterly,

Thester, Thestur, adj. (A.S.)

dark, 2362, 4629, 1346).
12233.
Tensiche, adv. ten times, 5966.

Thethen, adv. (A.S.) thence, 8790.

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

pluck, 4016.
Tent, 8. attention, heed, 2462; v. Thi, 2974, prob. for This.

to attend to, to heed, 665, 719, Thicke, adj. as s. the thick part,
2310, 2718, 10237.

9021; ado. much, often, greatly,
Ter, pret. of Tere, 9501.

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

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

Thigge, v. to beg, 13549.
Terne, 8. a tarn, 11187.

Thin, pron. thine, 7931.
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.
Teth, 8. pl. teeth, 177.

Tho, pron. (A.S.) those, 1312.
Text, 8. foundation, cause, origin, Thoche, adj. such, 3513.
51.

Thof, conj. though, if, 136,
Thai, pron. those, 1024.

1253; Thogh, 1312.
Thaim, pron. them, 1582. Thoght, Thoghte, 8. mind, 144 :
Thaire, pron. their, 1581.

thought, purpose, 994; pret. of

Thenke, thought, imagined, ex-
Than, adv. then, 271, 2423, 2427,
10794; be than = by that time, Thole, Thowle

, v. (A.S.) to bear

,

pected, 10339.
383.
Thar, impers. vb. it behoves,

to suffer, to endure, 577, 950,

1253, 1520, 2283, 8499, 9674.
2080.

Thondir, Thoner, 8. a thunder-
That, adv. so, 934; pron. what,
1158, 11374; that = at that,

storm, 7619, 12496.
1829.

Thonke, v. to thank, 955; pret.
The, pron.thee, 1938, 2388, 6427,

Thonket, Thonkit, 1024, 2152.
8094, 10495; they, 8008, 10292, Thonre, v. to thunder, 1987;
11399, 13927.

Thunre, 3691, 4629.
Thedur, adv. thither, 88, 13454. Thos, pron. those, 1499.
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,
Thrang, pret. of Thring, crowded, 4088, 13998.

pressed, 8283, 9416; crushed, Thristely, ado. certainly, surely,
battered, 11135.

10831.
Thrange, adj. as adv. busily, Thrive, Thryve, v. to prosper,
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-
ed, 2003, 2152, 3691, 9641, 10098,

van, 13760.
10123, 13811.

Thro, adj. (A.S.) eager, earnest,
Thrast, pret. of Threste, (A.S.)

bold, cruel, 147, 470, 1399, 6446.
thrust, put, packed, 1399, 4129, Throly, adv. pertinaciously, 208;
11043.

vehemently, terribly, 1987.
Thrat, adj. opened, wide, 3045. Throng, Thronge, 8. a crowd, a
Threpe, v. to assert, to contend,

melée, 1341, 11043; pret.of Thring,
to battle, 12134; pret. Threppit,

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

2362, 6446, 6516; Thronght, 7040;
Threpe, Threp, 8. asseveration,

adj. strong, earnest, 12235.
to-do, 1127, 6142; contest, attack; Throtle, v. to throttle, to kill,
melée, 5246, 9845, 9850, 11043,

12752.
11143.

Thruble, v. to trouble, to rage,
Threpond, adj. determined, stal- 7619, 12496.
wart, brave, 5475, 10847.

Thrugh, prep. through, 1129;
Threte, s. threatening, 2595. Thurgh, 169.
Thretyng, s. threatening, threats, Thrugh, 8. a stone coffin, a sar-
4893.

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

pressed, close, 11723.
Thricche,8. a stab, a thrust, 12752. Thry, for þrie or þries, thrice; or

he rest thry
Thricchet, adj. thick, dense,

= ere he rest thrice,

800.
packed, 13461.
Thriccing, part. of Thriche, press- Thught, pret, of Think, thought,

Thryvond, part. of Thrive, 9508.
ing, wringing, 1522.
Thrid, adj. third, 1482, 6113.

9957, 10277, 12254; Thughten,

3189.
Thried. See Trie.

Thunre, v. See Thonre.
Thrifte, 8. luck, fortune, success, Thurgh, prep. through, 169.

1883.
Thriftily, adv. neatly, nicely, Thurght, prep. throughout, 6958,
3045.

12091.
Thrille, s. (A.S.) a hole; pl. the Thurt, impers. v. pret. (A.S.) need
nostrils, 3045, 7727.

be, could be, might be, 12001.

See Thar.
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,
Thrungya, 11723.

7126, 8002.

644.

Tide, Tyde, v. (A.S.) to happen, 783 ; seized, 1279, 7802 ; toke hya

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, 4696.
time, 1974, 13152.

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

10019; Tydé, 1202 ; super. Tidi- Tome, s. (Icel.) leisure, 43, 307,

est, 1035.
Tidely, adv. cleverly, smartly, Tomely, Tomly, adv. leisurely,
6839.

1088, 2447, 3117; Tombly, 11488.
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, 5191.
11664; Tilde, 1560.
Tild, 8. a building, 2687.

Too, prep. to, 312.
Till
, prep. to, towards, 131, Top, s. a game of chance in which

a top is used, 1626.
11249.
Tilt, (Icel. tilla, pret. tylte) tilted,

Topsayles, adv. head foremost,

1219.
shot, 914.
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, 3348, 6717 ; full, re-
10197.

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

Torfer, Torfor, 8. (Icel. tor-föri)
Tit, adj. dear, loved, 7106.

harm, mischief, disaster, 81, 2033,
Tite, Tyte, alv. soon, quickly,

7435; pl. Tourfer, 5672.
immediately, 180, 256, 1819. Torne, part. p. of Tirn, turned,
Tithaundes, Tithynges, Tyth-

driven back, 1208; or, sundered.
andes, Tythondys, s. pl. tidings, Torres, s. pl. towers, mountains
1141, 1301, 3006, 6263.

(of waves), 1983.
Titly, Tytly, adv. immediately, Torret, turreted, 1637.
quickly, 1094, 2030.

Torrit, adj. tower-like, crested,
To, prep. by, 128; towards, 1001, 13489,

1316; for, 1045, 1397; against, Tote, v. (A.S.) to gaze eagerly, to

12815.
To, adv. too, 3043, 3044, 10770. Tother, Tothir, Tothyr, adj. & 8.

observe, 862, 8178.
Toght, part. p. of Teche, taught, the other, 63, 1672, 6325, 8015;
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,
battle, 6958, 7435.

to open up, to explain, 1716;

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

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Tour, Towr, 8. (A.N.) a tower, Trist, s. trust, hope, confidence,
1531, 1634.

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

pret. Trist, 256, 12712.
Tow, adlj. two, 310.

Tristy, adv. trusty, secure, 218,

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

Trouthe, Trowth, s. troth, pledge,
Train, Trayn, Trayne, 8. treason,

promise, 3802, 12303.
treachery, stratagem, 94, 3789, Tru, True, 8. a truce, 7141, 7165,
4149, 10330, 11303, 11709.

7851.
Trant, Traunt, 8. a trick, a strata- | True, adj. as 8. a trusty person,
gem, 12205, 12210.

10842.
Trase, v. to smear, to spatter, Truncheon, Trunchen, Trunchon,
11813.

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

9131, 9148, 11096, 11104,
pledge, 1749, 7874, 8000, 10110. Truse, s. a truce, 94.
Trawe, v. to trow, to believe, 298, Trusse, v. to pack up, to make
3351.

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

12313; to go, to be gone, 1819,

13349; to carry off, 1733.
Tre, s. wood, 1658, 5499, 11676; Trust, part. p. of Trist, trusted,

the shaft of a lance or spear, 9134, 10110.

9510, 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.
453.
Trespas, 8. offence, affront, 13403.

of trump = blast of a trumpet,

7107.
Tretable, adj. (A.N.) tractable, Tug, Tugge, v. to tear, to pull
reasonable, 3835.

out, 8012, 9550, 9603.
Trete, v. (A.N.) to treat, to bar- Tulke, s. a man, a knight, 63,
gain; part. Tretyng, treating, bar-

13925.
gaining, 7851.
Trety, 8. a story, tradition, 154, Tung, Tunge, 8. the tongue, 914,
8353. Another form of Tretys.

1966, 8717; speech, 527.
Trew, s. (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, 95 10.
worthy, $353, 11976.

Twelmond, s. a twelve-month, a
Trewmen, 8. pl. trusty men,
11157

Twve, v. to turn, to turn back,
Treyne, s. See Train.

6360, 6378.
Triet, Tryet, adj. (super. of Trie) Twyn, adj. twain, two, 1181,
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.

year, 13230.

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