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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

fear, dread, terror, 2366, 3503; as | Tale, s. (A.S.) a story, a remark,
an adj. dazed, muddled, deadly, number, reckoning, 1941, 2619,
2746.
3604, 9561.

Syb, Sybbe, adj. See Sib.
See Sichen.
Sychen, part. 1524.
Sycher, adj. See Siker.
Syde, adj. (A.S.) long, wide, far
off, distant, 1513, 1843, 7670,
13989.

Sydelyng, adv. side-ways, 7320.
Syense, 8. science, knowledge,

1485.

Syker, adj. See Siker.
Sykyng, part. & s. sighing, 495,
866, 8032, 8452, 10484.
Syle, v.
See Sile.

Syling, Sylyng part. falling,
flowing, 1307, 8142.
Symylacres, s. idols, 4315.

Syn, Syne, adv. since, seeing that,
1106, 1865; after which, after-
wards, 2551.

Synagod, s. a temple, 4467.
Syster, s. pl. sisters, 10759.
Sythe. See Sithe.

Sythen, Sython, adv. See Sithen.

Tabernacle, s. a canopy, a throne,
1671.

Talent, 8. (A.N.) desire, inclina-
tion, 464.

Taliour, s. a tailor, 1586.

Tall, adj. fine, solemn, obsequi-
ous, 3098.

Tally, adv. finely, elegantly, com-
pletely, 8813.

Tane, Tan, part. p. of Take, taken,
1010, 2645, 9072, 12207, 12825.
Tapster, s. a seller of liquor, a
taverner, 1594.

Tabill, s. a table, 1665.
Tables, 8. the game of back-
gammon, 1624.

Tary, v. to delay, 1508, 11653;
part. Tarying, as a s. delay,
hindrance, 1094, 1938.
Tase, Tas, pres. t. of Take, takes,

661, 7067.

Tache, Tacche, v. (A.N.) to fix,

on,

to fasten; to tache on
to attack, 6717, 8297.

to rush
Taght, pret. of Teche, (A.S.)
taught, advised, counselled, 881,
6117, 10279; Toght, 9232.
Tainted, adj. attainted, 8109.
Take, v. (A.S.) to take up, to
begin, 747; to attack, 10197;
part. p. Takyn, seized, 10197.
Takell, Takyll, 8. tackle of a
ship, 3704; arms and armour,

6186.

Taste, s. smell, the sense of smell,

1668; with taste for to touche =
tested by the sense of smell.
Taverner, s. the keeper of a

tavern, 1594.

Taward, Tawardes, prep. with,

against, towards, 3324, 5072, 6097.
Tes, 3 sing. pres. of Te, to raise,
to elevate, hence to esteem, to hold
dear, 8313.

Tegh, v. to go, to haste, to hie,

1518, 1786, 2541, 12903; pret.
Tegh, Teght, Tight, 1358.

Tegh, v. to tie, to fasten, 3523,
10382, 12154.

Tegh, v. (A.S. teón) to tug, to
draw, to pull, 7628.

Teler, 8. (O.F. Telier) a linen
draper, a cloth merchant, 1586.
Tellus, 3sing. pres. tells, 286, 4313.
Temyn, part. p. of Teme, related,
of the same blood, 3306.
Tendle, s. a candle, a splint of
resinous wood used as a candle,
6038, 7353.

Tendre, v. to make tender, to
melt, 10769.

Tene, 8. (A.S.) grief, anger, spite, | Therapon, adv. thereupon, 8447.
There, adv. where, 1355; thence,
11818; there, 11817.

rage, injury, mischief, 81, 1978,
2718, 10079.

Therewith, adv. thereat, there

Tene, v. (A.S.) to grieve, to in-
jure, to become angry or spiteful,
4567, 4600, 9448, 10078.

Tenful, adj. angry, spiteful,

12252.

Tenfully, adv. angrily, bitterly,

12233.

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upon, 10162.

Thes, Thies, pron. these, 1454,

1736, 6859, 8269, 9416, 11048.

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

dark, 2362, 4629, 13461.
Thethen, adv. (A.S.) thence, 8790.
Thewe, s. a sinew, pl. resolution,
pluck, 4016.
Thi, 2974, prob. for This.
Thicke, adj. as s. the thick part,

9021; adv. much, often, greatly,
thoroughly, 147, 8623, 9972; in
crowds, 2867; angardly thick = in
great crowds, 11831.
Thigge, v. to beg, 13549.
Thin, pron. thine, 7931.
Think, v. to intend, to resolve,
1883.

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Topsayles, adv. head foremost,

1219.

Tore, adj. (Icel.) difficult, irk-

some, tedious, 644, 2782, 3911,
8717; sturdy, great, lofty, 1035,
1131, 1637, 3348, 6717; full, re-
plete, 3348; Toure, 320.
Torette, s. a turrit, 1560.
Torfer, Torfor, s. (Icel. tor-föri)
harm, mischief, disaster, 81, 2033,
7435; pl. Tourfer, 5672.
Torne, part. p. of Tirn, turned,
driven back, 1208; or, sundered.
Torres, s. pl. towers, mountains
(of waves), 1983.
Torret, turreted, 1637.
Torrit, adj. tower-like, crested,

13489.

Tote, v. (A.S.) to gaze eagerly, to

observe, 862, 8178.

Tother, Tothir, Tothyr, adj. & 8.

the other, 63, 1672, 6325, 8015;
the ton fro the tother = the one
from the other, 3911.
Touch, v. to test, to try, 1668;

to open up, to explain, 1716;
Touchet, touched, 1337.
Toun, Toune, s. a town, 320.

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Treyne, s. See Train.
Triet, Tryet, adj. (super. of Trie)
choice, the best, 1665, 9106; well
known, famous, 1840.
Trifuls, 8. pl. trifles, inventions,
fables, 43.

Trist, s. trust, hope, confidence,
8859, 11709.

Trist, v. to trust, 424, 5838;
pret. Trist, 256, 12712.

Tristy, adv. trusty, secure, 218,
1487.

Trouthe, Trowth, s. troth, pledge,
promise, 3802, 12303.
Tru, True, s. a truce, 7141, 7165,

7851.

True, adj. as s. a trusty person,

10842.

Truncheon, Trunchen, Trunchon,
Trunchyn, s. a splinter, a fragment,
9434, 9448, 11096, 11104.
Truse, s. a truce, 94.

Trusse, v. to pack up, to make
ready, to arrange, 3026, 4653,
12313; to go, to be gone, 1819,
13349; to carry off, 1733.
Trust, part. p. of Trist, trusted,

10110.

Tryet, adj. See Triet.
Tryetly, adv. most choicely, 3054.
Tuck, s. a blow, a stroke; tuck
of trump blast of a trumpet,
7107.

Tug, Tugge, v. to tear, to pull
out, 8012, 9550, 9603.
Tulke, s. a man, a knight, 63,

13925.

Tung, Tunge, s. the tongue, 914,
1966, 8717; speech, 527.
Turner, s. a turner, 1586.

Tut, pret. of Tote, projected, pro-
truded, 9540.

Twelmond, 8. a twelve-month, a
year, 13230.

Twye, v. to turn, to turn back,
6360, 6378.

Twyn, adj. twain, two, 1181,
3706, 10406.

Twyn, Twynne, v. to divide, to
separate, 2747, 13230.

Tyde, Tyd, v. See Tide.

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