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LEID, to rule, govern, GG. 48.
LEIF, to believe, give credence, GG. 1107,
1305. LEIF, imp. 71. See LEUE.
LEIF, pr. t. live, GG. 1189. See LEUE.
LEIME, gleam, light, GG. 1254.
LEKAME, body, GG. 1043. See LIKAME.

LEKE, p. t. fastened, encircled, GK. 1830.
Su G. lycka.

LEL, LELL, loyal, faithful, GK. 35, 1513.
GG. 1308. See LEELE.

Lelely, Lelly, loyally, faithfully, GK. 449,
1863, 2124. GG. 1031, 1183.
LEMAND, LEMANDE, gleaming, shining,
GK. 485, 1119.

LEMANE, LEMMAN, LEMMANE, mistress, GK.
1781. AA. xlii. 3, xlviii. 8.
LEME, to shine, gleam, &c. 424. LEMED,
LEMYT, p. t. GK.591,1137, 2010. GG.615.
LENDE, LEYND, to dwell, tarry, continue,
GK. 1100. GG. 152. LENDE, pr. t. GK.
1499. LENDE, imp. AA. xxxii. 11. LENT,
p.t. and p.p.sate, was stationed, GK. 1002;
occupied, 1319; dwelt, remained, 2440.
GG. 70.

LENE, to grant, AA. xviii. 7, MS. D. Leng, Lenge, to dwell, tarry, remain, GK. 411, 254, 1068. AA. xvii. 6, xxxii. 11, MS. D. liii. 7. LENGES, LENGEZ, pr. t. GK. 536, 693. LENGED, p. t. 1194, 1299, 1683.

LENTOUN, Lent, GK. 502.

LEPPIS, pr. t. pl. leap, aa. li. 3.

LERD, p. p. learned, the clergy, GG. 1080.
LERE, countenance, GK. 318, 418. GG. 1253.
See LYRE.

LERE, to teach? GK. 1109. See LEERE.
LESE, falsehood, &c. 7, 265.

LESE, to lose, GK. 2142. AA. xxii. 12, xxxiv. 3, MS. D.

LESTAND, lasting, GG. 1227.

LET, LETT, LETTE, hindrance, GK. 2142. AA. iii. 10. GC. 597, 615; delay, GG. 755. LET, LETTE, p. t. caused, GK. 1084; feigned, acted, 1201, 2257. LET NOT, was not able, 1733.

LETE, to look, GK. 1206.

LETHE, to depress, moderate, GK. 2438.
LETHER, skin, GK. 1360.

LETTE, to stop, tarry, GK. 2303. LETTEZ BE, imp. leave off, 1840. LETTED, p. t. hindered, 1672.

LETTYNGE, hindrance, AA. li. 10.
LETTRURE, Science, GK. 1513.
Leude, Lude, man, knight, GK. 133, 232,
449, 675, 851, 908; territory, land, 1124.
LEUDES, gen. c. man's, 2499. LEUDEZ,
pl. men, 849, 1023, 1413. See LEDE.
LEUDLEZ, companionless, GK. 693.
LEUGH, p. t. laughed, GG. 1065.
LEUAND, LEUEANDE, living, aa. xxxiv. 4.
GG. 70, 430. Used substantively, GG. 954.
LEUE, pr. t. live, GK. 1035. See LEIF.
LEUE, to believe, GK. 2421. LEUE, pr. t.
1784, 2128. See LEIF.

LEUE, dear, beloved, GK. 1133, 2054. AA. xlix., MS. D. See LEF.

LEUED, LEUIT, p. p. left, aa. xxii. 2, MS. D. xxii. 6. GG. 661.

LEUER, rather, liefer, GK. 1251. TG. 95; dearer, GK. 1782. LEUEST, dearest, most precious, GK. 49, 1802. LEVIN, scorn, GG. 1043. LEWD, LEWED, p.p. ignorant, unlearned, GK. 1528. TG. 30.

LEWTE, loyalty, faith, GK. 2366, 2381. See LAUTE.

LE3, p. t. lay, GK. 2006.

LEZTEN, p. t. took, GK. 1410. See LAGHT.
LYAND, lying, c. 229, 255.
LICHTIT,p.t.alighted, GG.677. See LIGHTE.
LYERE, LYRE, complexion, countenance, GK.

943, 2228. GG. 614, 1003, 1145. AA. xiii. 6; skin, flesh, GK. 2050. In AA. xiii. 6, MS. D. reads lere, which Pinkerton misprints lever, and the word, thus disguised, is duly introduced into Jamieson's Dictionary.

LIFLOD, livelihood, GK. 133.
LYFTE, sky, heaven, GK, 1256.
LYGEZ, pr. t. lies, GK. 1179.
LIGHTE, LYGHTE, LY3T, to descend, alight,
GK. 1175, 1373, 2220. AA. xvii. 6. xxi. 8.

Lizrez, Lyztez, pr. t. Gк. 1906, 2176.
LYGHTE, imp. AA. xxxii. 11. LIGHT,
LIGHTE, LIGHTIT, LYGHTE, LY3т, p. t.
GK.822. AA.iii. 6, vi. 12, xliv. 7. GG. 623,
755. TG.78,288. LIGHTIT, LIzt, Lyghte,
LYзT, p. p. GK. 1924. AA. vi. 5, MS. D.

xiii. 8. GG. 130.

+LIGHTH, member, limb, Gr.K. 57. See LYTHE.

LIKAME, body, GG. 294.

LIKAND, agreeable, pleasant, GG. 241, 258, 573.

LYKE, body, personal stature? GG. 858.
LIKING, joy, pleasure, GG. 267, 1065.
LYKKER-WYS, delightful, delicious, GK. 968.
LYMP, to happen, befall, GK. 1109. LYMPED,
LYMPEDE, p. t. 907. AA. xlviii. 4.
LYND, LYNDE, wood, tree, lime-tree, GK.
526, 2176. GG. 289. GC. 114. J. 406.
LYNDE-WODES, pl. GK. 1178.

LYNDES, loins, GK. 139.

LYNE, linen; whence for female apparel in general, GK. 1814.

LING, LYNG, line, file, GG. 766, 858, 1261.
LIPPIN, to have confidence, GG. 832.
Lis, to assuage, GG. 173.

LIST, pleasure? GK. 1719.

LYSTE, pr. t. pleases, GK. 2133. LYST, p. t.
desired, willed, 941, 1784, 2049.
LYSTENNYTH, imp. listen ye, Gc. 1.
LISTES, lists inclosed for combat, AA.xxxviii.9.
LYSTILY, LYSTYLY, promptly? GK. 1190,

1334.

LYT, LYTE, little, GK. 701, 1776. GG. 901; short while? GK. 2303.

LYTH, LYTHEN, to listen, GK. 1719. GG.
875. LYTHIS, imp. listen ye, 1163.
LYTHE, member, limb, Gc. 190.
LYTHES, territories, aa. liii. 2.

+LITYS, pl. delights, aa. xvii. 5.

LYUERAY, bounty, allowance, T. 117, 476. LYZE, to lie, recline, GK. 1096, 1994.

LYзT, lightly, GK. 87.

LYзTH, light, not heavy, GK. 608.

LYзTLY, easily, GK. 1299.

LODE, guidance, GK. 969; behaviour? 1284.

+ LODLY, for LOUDLY? GK. 1634. LODLY, LODLYE, uncourteously, GK. 1772; loathly, c. 182. AKC. 119, 158. LOFDEN, p. t. loved, GK. 21. LOFIT, p. t. praised, GG. 1145. LOFT, LOFTE, chamber, GK. 1096, 1676. LOIS, fame, GG. 1078. See Los. LOISSIT, p. t. lost, GG. 677,755, 874; p. p. destroyed, 277.

LOKE, subj. guard, Gc. 214.

LOKEN, p. p. secured, inclosed, fastened, GK. 35,765, 2487.

LOME, tool, axe, GK. 2309. LONCHED, perhaps we should read LOUCHED, bending down? aa. xiii. 6, MS. D. LONGEZ, pr. t. belongs, GK. 2381. LONGED, p. t. belonged, appertained, 1524, 2515. J. 9.

LONGYNGE, regret, trouble, GK. 540. LOPEN, p. t. and p. p. leapt, GK. 1413. AA. li. 3, MS. D.

LORE, learning, skill, GK. 665. LORERE, LORRERE, laurel-tree, AA. iii. 6, vi. 5.

LORNE, p.p. lost, aa. xxxvii. 2.

+ LORRE for LORRERE, laurel-tree, AA. iii. 6, MS. D. Pinkerton misprints it lone, and Jamieson, as usual, places the word, thus misrepresented, in his Dictionary, with an Icelandic derivation!

LORTSCHYP, lordship, GK. 849.

Los, Lose, renown, fame, GK. 258, 1528. AA. XXXVI. 7.

+Losse, to lose, aa. xxxiv. 3, MS. D. See LESE.

LOTE, mirth? jest? GK. 119, 1623, 1917. LOTEZ, pl. 988, 1086, 1116, 1399, 1954. It is connected with the Fr. losterie, badinage. LOTE, (?) GK. 2211.

LOTE, features, aspect, gesture, GK. 639. AA. xxvii. 6, MS. D. See also MS. Cott. Nero A. x. f. 42.

LOTHE, loath, unwilling, GK. 127, 1578. LOUFESOM, lovely, &c. 450. See LUFSOME.

LOUGHE, hill, AA. vii. 5. See LAWE. LOUKES, LOWKEZ, pr. t. locks, GK. 628,

LUFSOME, LUFSUM, lovely, GK. 1814. AA.
xxvii. 6. GG. 241, 746, 1253, 1271.
LUKES, imp. look ye, aa. xxxvi. 7.
LUR, loss, misfortune, GK. 355, 1284, 1682.
LUSCHIT,p.f.encountered violently? GG.1003.
Omitted by Pinkerton and Jamieson.
LUST, gluttony, GG. 82.

LUSTY, powerful, GG. 172, 258.
LUT, LUTTE, p. t. stooped, bowed down, GK.
418, 2236, 2255. See Lour.

M.

2007. LOUKED, p. t. was fastened, looped,

217.

LOUPE, loop-hole in a castle, GK. 792.
LOUT, blow, TG, 142.

LOUT, LOUTE, LOWTE, to bow down, obey,
bend to, GK. 248. AA. XIV. 7. GG. 991,
1276. Gr.K. 465. TG. 314. LOUTES,
LOUTEZ, pr. t. descends, GK. 833, 933;
stoops, bends, 1306, 1504. LoUTIT, p. t.
bent, GG. 1021.

+LOUUE, for LOUIE? pr. t. praise, GK. 1251.
LOUELYCH, adv. lovingly, GK. 1410. See
LUFLY.

LOUELOKER, lovelier, GK. 973. LOUELOK-
KEST, loveliest, GK. 52.

LOUY, LOUIES, LOUYES, pr. t. love, loves,
GK. 1795, 2099, 2468. LOUIED, p.t. loved,
87,702.

LOUIT, p. t. praised, GG. 581, 1028. LOWANDE, shining, GK. 236; conspicuous, 679, 868.

LOWD OR STILL, on all occasions, Gr.K. 342; a phrase of constant occurrence in the romance writers.

Lowe, flame, aa. vii. 5.

LOWE, (?) GK. 1399.

Lowe, Loze, p. t. laughed, GK. 2389. AA. xli. 3.

+ LOWELYURE, lovelier, &c. 369.

Lo3, Loze, low, GK. 302, 1040, 1170. AA.
xxxvii. 9.

Lo3LY, lowly, humbly, GK. 851, 1960.
LUDE, see Leude.

LUF, love, pleasure, GK. 1086, 1284,
1524.

LUF-LAZYNG, amorous play, GK. 1776. LUFLY, LUFLYCH, adj. lovely, fair, comely, agreeable, amiable, GK. 38, 575,792, 868, 981, 1469, 1480, 1657, 1757. GG. 667, 755. LUFLYIS, pl. used substantively, men or knights being understood, 1003. LUFLY, LUFLYCH, adv. courteously, lovingly, becomingly, GK. 254, 595, 1206, 1306, 1583. GG. 991.

LUFLYLY, courteously, lovingly, GK. 369, 2176, 2514.

MACH, to encounter, meet in combat, GK. 282. GG.753. MACHED, MACHIT, p. p. matched in fight, arranged, AA. xxxiv. 8, xlvi. 11. GG. 1159.

+MACE, pr.t. makes, GK. 1885. See MAISE.
MADDE, subj. should rage with love, GK.
2414.

MA FAY! ma foi! GK. 1495.
MAGRY, MAGREYS, in spite of opposition,
GG. 771. GC. 164. See MAWGREF.
MAY, MAYE, maiden, GK. 1795. GG. 97.
GC. 71, 491.

MAYLE, MAILYE, coat of mail, a^. xlviii. 6.

GG.965. MAILES, MAILYEIS, MAYLES,pl. coats of mail, rings of mail, aa. xxx. 5,

xxxix. 11, xl. 10, xlvii. 6. GG. 851, 1013. MAILL, company, GG. 215. See MELLE. MAYN, great, powerful, strong, GK. 94, 187, 336,497.

MAYN, MAYNE, strength, AA. Xxxviii. 10. 3.
49.

MAYNE, moan, sorrow, eg. 796.
MAYNTEMES, pr. t. maintains, GK. 2053.
MAISE, MAS, MASE, pr. t. makes, GK. 106.
AA. XXI. 12. GG.796.
MAISTRI, MASTERY, strife, conflict, GG. 96.
TG. 65.

MAKAND, making, GG. 216.

MAKE for MAKED, p. t. made, &c. 518. MAKELES, MAKLES, matchless, AA. xxvii. 10, MS. D. xlviii. 10, 1. 6.

MALES, MALEZ, bags, trunks, GK. 1129, 1809.

MALT, p. t. dissolved, GK. 2080.

MANHEDE, manhood, doughty deeds, GG. 69. MANKIT, p. t. maimed, impaired, GG. 1013. MANREDENE, MANRENT, homage, AA. 1. 5. GG. 1218.

MANSED, p. t. menaced, GK. 2345.

MARRE, to destroy, GK. 2262. MARRIT, p. p. GG. 96, 720, 965.

MARREDE, p. t. moaned? AA. ix. 6.
MASERE, maple, &c. 434.

MAT, MATE, p. p. discouraged, wearied, GK. 336, 1568.

MATENS, MATYnez, MatynnES, morning

prayers, GK. 756, 2188. AA. xvi. 3, xviii. 8. MAW-GREF, in spite of, GK.1565. See MAGRY. MA3TYLY, mightily, forcibly, GK.2262, 2290. ME, used absolutely, as the Fr. on, GK. 1214. Often, as an expletive, 1905, 1932, 2014, 2144.

MEBLE, goods, AA. xvi. 4. See MOBIL. Medilerthe, MEDLERT, the earth, aa. 1. 6. See MIDdlearth.

MEEN, to make mention of, remember, AA. vi. 9. MENE, pr. t.vi. 8. See MENE, MIN, MYNNE.

MEKIL, MEKLE, much, great, AA. xliii. 6. GG. 303, 796.

AA.

MEL, MELE, MELLE, to speak, talk, GK. 2295, 2503. GG. 299. MELL, MELEZ, MELIS, pr. t. GK. 543, 974, 2336. xxvi. 8. GG. 395. Gr.K. 37. MEL, imp. GG.354. MELED,p. t. GK.447,1280, 2373. MELE, MELL, to join in battle, fight, GG. 69, 543. MELLIT, p. t. 572, 1012, 1119. MELLE, MELLE, MELLY, conflict, battle, GK. 342, 644, 1451. GG. 696, 851, 1148. MELLE, Company, IN MELLE, together, aa.

xxv. 8.

The

MEMERED, p. t. murmured, AA. ix. 9. word is still preserved in the North. See Brockett, v. Mammer. Jamieson explains it, erroneously, to recollect oneself. MENE, to signify, GK. 232; devise, 985; make attempt on, 1157; commemorate? AA. xviii. 8, 9; intend, GG. 96.

MENE,

imp. commemorate? AA. XXV. 8.

In the

third and fifth of these instances, MS. D. reads Mynge, Mende, and Menge. See MEEN, MIN, Mynne. +MENEWITH, (?) aa. xxvii. 3, MS. D. Pinkerton and Jamieson neglect the contraction, and print mewith, which the latter interprets, moveth, changeth! MENGE, MYNGE, AA. xviii. 8, MS. D. xxv. 8,

MS. D. Jamieson explains it, to soothe;
but from xviii. 9, it would seem to be only
another form of MEND, or MENE, to re-
member.

MENGED, p.p. mixed, GK. 1720.
MENSK, MENSKE, honor, worship, GK. 834,
914, 2052. AA. Xviii. 9. MENSKES, pl.
GK. 2410.

MENSK, adj. worshipful (used ironically),
GK. 964.

MENSK, to honor, treat with respect, GG.
446. MENSKEd, Menskit, p. p. honor-
ably decked, GK. 153; honored, GG. 215.
MENSKFUL, honorable, GK. 555, 1268, 1809;
goodly, noble, GG. 408, 481.
MENSKLY, honorably, GK. 1312, 1983.
MENY, MEYNY, retinue, household, com-
pany, GK. 101, 1372, 1625, 1729, 2468.
MENYNG, knowledge, remembrance, GK.
924; commemoration? AA. xix. 2, lv. 4, 6.
See MYNNYNGE.

MER, to be in confusion, GG. 1013. Used
also in Wallace.

MERE, adj. simple, pure, good, GK. 153, 878, 924, 1495.

MERE, n. appointed place of meeting, GK.

1061. Perhaps we should read MERK, q. v.
MERELY, an instrument of music, &c. 599.
MERK, appointed term or place, GK. 1073.
GG. 1237.

MERKE, dark, used substantively for night,
TG. 69.

MERKIT, p. t. rode, GG. 176.

MES, mess, meal, GK. 999.

MESOURE, moderation, GG. 355.

MESSE-QUYLE, the time of celebrating mass,
GK. 1097.

METELY, measurely, fitly, GK. 1004, 1414.

METHLES, uncourteous, GK. 2106.
MEUED, p. t. moved, GK. 90.
MEZEL-MAS, Michaelmas, GK. 532.
MIDDLEARTH, MYDDELERDE, the earth,
GK. 2100. TG. 40. See MEDILErthe.
MYGHTYIS, pl. used substantively, men being
understood, GG. 1012.

MIN, MYN, to mention or remember, c. 140, 162. See Mene, Mynne.

MYN, MYNNE, less, GK. 1881. GG. 1159.
MYNGE, see MENGE.

MYNGED, p. t. assembled? GK. 1422.
MYNNE, to think, remember, devise, GK. 141,
1800, 1992. MYNEZ, MYNNE, pr. t. 995,
1681, 1769. MYNNED, p. t. 982. See
MENE, MIN.
MYNNYNG, commemoration! AA. xix. 2,
MS. D. See MENYNG.

MYNT, aim, blow, GK. 3345. MYNTES, pl.

2352.

MYNT, p. t. attempted? GG. 771.
MYNTEST, MYNTEZ, pr. t. didst aim or strike,
aims, strikes, GK. 2274, 2290.
MYRKE, obscure, AA. vi. 11.

MYS, MYSSE, fault, offence, AA. XV. 11, xvi. 3. GG. 97, 291. J. 196. MYSSES, pl. GK. 2391.

wrong, GK. 2339.

MYS-BODEN, p. p. offered
MISY, quagmire, GK. 749. Still used in the
North.

MYSTER, necessity, AA. xviii. 9.
MYST-HAKEL, cloak of mist, GK. 2081.
MYTE, smallest piece of money, GG. 1069.
MYTH, to shew, GG. 871.
MYзTEZ, pl. might, power, GK. 282.
Mo, more, GK. 23, 730, 770. AA. xxv. 2.
MOBIL, property, goods, GG. 807. Mo-
See MEBLE.
See MUCH.

BYLLES, pl. AA. xvi. 4.
MOCHE, great, GC. 253.

MODE, mind, GK. 1475.

MOYSE, imp. muse, reflect, AA. xiii. 11.

MOYSSED, p. t. looked fixedly, as out of the senses, ix. 6.

MOLAYNES, (?) GK. 169.

MOLATT, mullet in heraldry, c. 57.

MOLD, MOLDE, MOULD, earth, ground, GK.

137,914, 964. AA. xvi. 4. GG. 350. Gr.K.

283. c. 435. AKC. 10.

MOLDE, form? Gc. 570.

MON, used as the Germ. man, and Fr. on, for one, a person, GK. 1209, 1484. MON, must, GK. 1811.

MONE, complaint, &c. 123.

MONTURE, MOUNTURE, saddle-horse, GK. 1691. AA. xliii. 9.

MORE, greater, bigger, GK. 649, 2100. MOROUN, MORROWNE, morrow, GK. 1208. GC. 496.

MOT, MOTE, may, GK. 342, 387, 2053. Gc. 153, 205. TG. 171. c. 113; must, GK. 1965, 2510. AA. XXV. 3, MS. D.; might, AA. vi. 9.

MOTE, assemblage, meeting, GK. 635, 910. MOTE, castle? GK. 764, 2052.

MOTE, atom, GK. 2009.

MOTE, Motez, pl. notes or measures of a
bugle, GK. 1141, 1364.
MOWE, may, GK. 1397.
Mo3T, MOZTEN, might, GK. 84, 1871, 1953.
Mо3TH, mouth, Gc. 253.

MUCH, great, loud, GK. 182, 2336.
MUCH-QUAT, many matters, GK. 1280.
MUCKEL, stature, size, GK. 142.
MUGED, p. t. stirred, hovered, GK. 2080.
MULNE, Mill, GK. 2203.

MUNT, blow, GK. 2350. See MYNT.

MUNT, p. t. feigned, GK. 2262.

MURYLY, merrily, in joke, GK. 2336, 2345. MURNAND, mourning, GG. 1128.

MUSED, p. t. (?) GK. 2424.

MUTE, pack of hounds, GK. 1451, 1720; meeting, 1915.

MUTHE, mouth, GK. 447,
1428.

MUUAND, moving, GG. 1166.
MWE, to move, GK. 1565.

NA, than, GG. 1228.

N.

NADE, had not, GK. 724, 763.

NAF, have not, G. 1066.

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