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NAY, p. t. denied, refused, GK. 1836. NAYLET, p. p. nailed, GK. 599. NAYTED, p. p. (?) GK. .65.

NAKERYS, NAKRYN, pl. drums, GK. 118, 1016. See Tyrwhitt's note on Chaucer, 1. 2513.

NAR, are not, GK. 2092.

NAUNT, thy naunt, thine aunt, GK.2467. See Glossary to William and the Werwolf, under letter N.

NAUTHER, NAWTHER, neither, GK. 203, 430, 1095.

NAXTY, filthy, aa. xv. 3, MS. D.
NA3T, night, GK. 1407.

NEDE, NEDES, NEDEZ, necessarily, of ne-
cessity, GK. 1287, 1771, 1965, 2510.
NEDFULLE, in necessity, AA. xv. 3.
NEGH, NEGHE, to approach, GK. 1054; to
touch, 1836. See NE3E.
NEKED, little or nothing, GK. 1062,

1805.

NEME, pr. t. take, GK. 1347. NEмMYT, p. p.

taken, selected, GG. 664. See NYME. NERRE, nearer, GK. 237, 556, 1306. NEUEN, NEUIN, to name, GK. 58. GG. 506, 664, 823, 1039. NEUENES, pr. t. GK. 10. NEUENED, p. t. and p. p. 65, 541. NEWIT, p. p. renovated, GG. 1071. NEWTHIR, neither, GG. 1120.

NE3, NEZE, NIE3, nigh, GK. 929, 1771, 1922.

NEZE, to approach, GK. 1575. NEZES, pr. t.

1998. NEZED, p. t. GK. 132, 697, 929. +NYCHт, to approach, GG. 240. NYE, NYJE, difficulty, trouble, harm, GK. 58, 2002, 2141. The same word is twice used in the plural, MS. Cott. Nero A. x. ff. 81, 84.

NYE, to harm, assault, GK. 1575.
NIF, unless, GK. 1769.
NIGROMANCE, necromancy, c. 405.
NIKKED NAYE, GK. 2471. NYKKED WITH

NAY, 706. NICKED WITH NAY, Gr.K.
501. NYKIS WITH NAY, GG. 115, 332.
A phrase expressive of denial, common to
alliterative poems.
See Gloss. to Wil-

liam and the Werwolf, and the Towneley

Mysteries, for many examples.

NYME, to take, GK. 993, 2141.
NIRT, n. cut, hurt, GK. 2498.
Nys, nice, strange, GK. 323.
NYSEN, pr. t. (?) GK. 1266.
NYTE, to deny, GG. 899.

NOBELAY, NOBILLAY, nobleness, GK. 91.
GG. 899, 1071.

NO BOT, except, GK. 2182. †NOGHE, nigh, GK. 697.

NOKE, nook, corner, GK. 660.

NOLDE, would not, GK. 1054, 1825.

NOME, n. name, GK. 10, 408, 937. NOME, p. t. took, GK. 809, 1407. NOMEN, p. p. taken, 91. See NYME. NONEZ, NoNs, nonce, GK. 844. The derivations of this phrase suggested by Junius, Tyrwhitt, Thomson, Jamieson, and myself (Gloss. Will. and Werw.) are certainly erroneous, and I have now not the least doubt that the original form was the Saxon for than anes; a conclusion I had formed previous to my noticing the same opinion in a note of Price upon Warton, vol. ii. p. 496.

NORNE, NURNE, to proffer? GK. 1661, 1669, 1823. NORNE, pr. t. allege? 2443. NURNED, p. t. proffered? 1771. The use of this verb seems to be almost peculiar to the author of the poems in MS. Nero A. x. In another passage, I find it thus: An other nayed also, & nurned this cause, "I haf zerned & zat 30kke3 of oxen,

& for my hyzes hem bozt, to bowe haf I mester; To se hem pulle in the plow aproche me byhouez."-f. 57.

NOTE, occasion, business, use, GK. 358, 599. AA. XXIX. 11. GG. 410, 550, 1116. NOTIS, pl. 501, 506.

NOTE, throat-knot? (Fr. nœud) GK. 420.
NOTE, Voice? GG. 823.

NOTE, to view? GG. 240.
NOTE, noted? GK. 2092.

NOUMBLES, parts of the inwards of the deer,
GK. 1347. See Notes, p. 322; and

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NOUMERIT, p. p. numbered, GG. 227.
NOUTHE, NOWTHE, now, GK. 1251, 1934,
2466; not, 1784.
NOUTHER, neither, GK. 659.
NOWEL, Noel, Christmas, GK.65.
Noy, annoyance, GG. 1044.
Nox, imp. annoy, trouble, GG. 823.
NoзT, nought, GK. 680, 694, 961.
NURNE, NURNED, see NORne.
NwE, new, anew, GK. 60, 636, 1668.
NWEZ, news, tidings, GK. 1407.
NW-3ER, NwE-3ER, new-year, GK. 60, 105,
284. NW3ERES, NwEZEREZ, gen. c. 454,
1054, 1669.

O.

O, of, GK. 615. O NEWE, anew, GK. 65.
OBEYAND, obedient, GG. 1217.
OBEISE, to obey, GG. 1209, 1326.
OBEISING, obedience, homage, GG. 1322.
OBLISSING, Submission, GG. 272. Perhaps
a mistake for the last word.

OF, from, GK. 183, 519, 1413; off, 773,
1332, 1607. TG. 287.

OF-KEST, p. t. cast off, GK. 1147.
OF-STRAYE, astray, J. 207. See ON-STRAY.
OGHE, p. t. ought, GK. 1526.
OLDE, age, GK. 1440.

ON, one, GK. 30, 206, 864, 952; in, 867,
969.

ON-BREID, extensive, GG. 23; abroad,
around, 952.

ON-CHASYNG, a-chasing, a-hunting, GK.

1143.

ON-COOLDE, (?) GK. 2474.

ON-DREIGH, ON-DREZT, ON-DRYZE, ONE-
DREGHE, back, at a distance, GK. 1031.
AA. xl. 6, xliv. 3. GG. 110.
ONE, alone, unaccompanied; HYM ONE,
alone, GK. 904; BOT OURE ONE, only
ourselves, 1230; LET THE GOME ONE, let
the man alone, 2118; WE Ar oure one,
we are by ourselves, 2245. See AL ONE.

ONE-BAK, aback, aa. xl. 8. See ANE-BAK.
ONE-HERANDE, in the hearing of, AA.
xxxii. 1.

ONE3, once, GK. 1090. See Stevenson's Add.
to Boucher, v. Anes.
ON-FERUM, afar, GK. 1575.

ON FYRST, VPON FYRST, at first, ex. 301,
491, 1477.

ON-FORTONE, misfortune, GG. 1225.
ON HEGHTE, ON HEIGHT, ONE HIE, ON
HIGHTE, ON HIZT, ON HYGHE, ON HYGHT,
ON HYзT, VPON HY3T, in height, GK.421;
on high, aloft, above, 421. AA. XXXV. 6, xli.
3, xlviii. 1, 1. 7. c. 470; aloud, Aa. xxvii.
8, xxxii. 1, MS. D. xxxii. 10, li. 1. J. 269,
414, 416.

ON-HUNTYNG, a-hunting, GK. 1102.
ON LENTHE, afar, GK. 232, 1231.
ON-LIFE, ON-LYUE, VPON LYUE, alive, in
life, GK. 385, 1717, 1786. GG. 404.
ON-LOFT, ON-LOFTE, VPON LOFTE, aloft,
above, GK. 788, 2261. GG. 70, 485, 614,
991; aloud, AA. xlviii. 8, MS. D.
ON-LOGHE, below, down, GK. 1373.
ON-LOWDE, aloud, AA. xlii. 3.

ON NYZTES, at night, in the night, GK.47,693.
ON-SLANTE, aslant, AA. xlviii. 6.
ON (VP)-SLEPE, asleep, GK. 244.
ON-STEIR, astir, GG. 830.

ON-STRAY, ONE-STRAYE, astray, aside, GK.
1716. AA. xl. 4, xli. 12. GG. 19, 916, 992;
at intervals, apart, AA. xxxi. 2.

ONSWARE, to answer, GK. 275. ONSWAREZ,

pr. t. 386.

OONLY, alone, AA. viii. 7, MS. D.

OR, than, GK. 1543.

OR, ORE, before, GG. 276. GC. 137.
ORE, mercy, J. 106.

See HOSTEL.

ORITORE, Oratory, GK. 2190.
O-RY3T, aright, GK. 40.
ORPEDLY, boldly, GK. 2232.
OSTEL, mansion, GK. 253.
OTHER, Or, GK. 96, 702, 1246; either, 2216.
OUCHES, ornaments, J. 327.
OULK, Week, GG. 1343. Used also by Bel-
lenden.

OUR, over, GG. 3, 19, 24.

OURCUM, to overcome, GG. 348.

OurGilt, p. p. overgilt, GG. 158.
OURTAK, to overtake, GG. 1240.
OUTE, throughout, wholly, GK. 1511.
OUTRAGE, to fight, J. 441.

OUTRAY, OWTTRAYE, to injure, destroy, AA.
xxiv. 12. The first form is printed by
Pinkerton, Jamieson, and Sibbald, ON-
TRAY, and on their authority I inadver-
tently admitted it, but I am now convinced
it should be OUTRAY. See Jamieson's
Supplement, in v.

OUTTRAGE, surprising, GK. 29.
OUERGONE, to conquer, J. 396.
OUER-THWERT, across, GK. 1438.
OUER-WALT, p. p. overcome, GK. 314.
OUER-3EDE, p. t. passed over, GK. 500.
Озт, n. ought, GK. 300, 1815.

O3T, adj. bold, GK. 2215.

P.

PADE, toad, Aa. ix. 10.

+PAY, a misprint for GAY, GG. 310, as ap-
pears from l. 233. Jamieson however
supposes it to mean region, from the Fr.
pais.

PAY, PAYE, pleasure, aa. ii. 6, xxxi. 6. Gr.K.
504. TG. 164. AKC. 126.

PAYAND, paying, GG. 143.

PAYEZ, pr. t. pleases, GK. 1379.

Pailyeoun, Pailyeoune, pavilion, GG. 312,
880.

PAYNE, to be at pains, endeavour, GK.
1042.

PAIR, PAYRE, to injure, impair, GK. 1734.
GG. 1093. PAIR, pr. t. fail, 1085. PAYRED,
p. t. failed, GK. 650, 1456.

PAISAND, heavy, GG. 463.

PAYTTRURE, defence for the neck of a horse,
GK. 168, 601.

PALE, PALL, PALLE, PAULLE, rich or fine
cloth, AA. ii. 6, vi. 1, xxviii. 2, xxxiv. 12.
GG. 3, 63, 235, 313. Gr.K. 112, 324. TG.
81. c. 206.

PALWERK, fine cloth, AA. ii. 6, MS. D.
Jamieson interprets it spangled work.
PANE, cloth, GK. 154. AA. xxviii. 2. GG.
1127. PANEZ, pl. GK. 855.
PAPIAYEZ, parrots, GK. 611.
PAPURE, paper, GK. 802.
PARAGE, lineage, GG. 284.
PARAMOUR, n. gallant? GG. 654.
PARAMOURS, Courtship, c. 220.
PARAUNTER, peradventure, GK. 2343.
PARDYE, by God! verily, J. 489.
PARED, p. p. cut, GK. 802.

PARTENYNG, possessing, consisting of, GG.

1104.

PARTYCE, Covenant? GG. 1306.
PASE, to poise, GG. 463; pass, 708.
PASSANDE, passing, GK. 1014.
PATROUNES, Sovereigns, GK. 6.
PAUMEZ, antlers, GK. 1155.

PAUNCE, coat of mail, GK. 2017. Jamieson's
erroneous interpretation of covering for
the knee is obvious, in v. Pans.
PELICOCUS, pl. (?) aa. xxxi. 6. Omitted in
Jamieson. See Douce's remarks on this
word in Illustr. of Shakspere, vol. ii. p.
160.

PELLOKIS, bullets, GG. 463.
PELOURE, PELURE, PILLOUR, costly fur,
GK. 154. AA. ii. 6. GG. 313. PELURES,
pl. GK. 2029.

PENCELLE, banner, aa. xxxi. 2.
PENDAUNTES, PENDAUNTEZ, the dropping
ornaments of horse-trappings or a girdle,
GK. 168, 2038, 2431.

PENYES, pence, money, GK. 79.

PENTANGEL, PENTAUNGEL, figure of five
points, GK. 620, 636, 664.

p. 318.

See Notes,

PENTED, p. t. pertained, GK. 204.
PERNYNG, picking and dressing, a term ap-
plied to birds, GK. 611.

PERRE, PERRYE, jewelry, AA. ii. 6, xxix. 5,
9, MS. D.

PERTLY, openly, promptly, GK. 544, 1941.
GG. 927. GC. 420.
PES, peace, GK. 266.

PESANE, PESAYNE, PYSAN, gorget of mail
or plate, attached to the helmet, GK. 204.
AA. xlv. 11. GG. 927. So named from
Pisa, where these gorgets were probably
first fabricated. In an inventory, cited by
Du Cange, of the year 1316, is, " Item 3
coloretes Pizaines de jazeran d'acier."
PESE, measure, weight, GK. 2364.
PETER! an oath, used as Mary! GK. 813.
It was left unexplained in the Glossary to
Will. and the Werwolf. Other instances
of its use may be found in the Towneley
Mysteries, p. 29. Rauf Coilzear, sign. B.
ii.; Ritson's Metr. Rom. iii. 313, where
the editor corrects it, erroneously, porter ;
Romance of Morte Arthure, MS. Linc. ff.
81b. 83b.; and Romance of Syr Perecy-
valle, ib. f. 166b.

PICHED, PYCHED, p. p. fastened, GK. 576;
situated, 768.

PICHT, PIGHT, PIGHTE, P13т, PYGHT,
PYGHTE, PYзT, p. p. pitched, fixed, oк.
1456, 1734. AA. xxxiv. 13, xxxv. 1, xxxvii.
1. GG. 313. J. 265. Gr.K. 28; arrayed,
AA. xxviii. 2, MS. D. but the Linc. MS.
reads DYGHte.

PIKED, PYKED, p. p. choice? GK. 769;
picked out, burnished, 2017.
PILLOUR, See PELOURE.

PINE, PYNE, trouble, grief, pain, torment,
GK. 123, 747, 1812, 1985.

PYNE, to take pains, GK. 1538. PYNED,
p. t. 1009.

PYNED, p. p. (?), GK. 769. Perhaps a mis-
take for PYNACLED.

PYSAN, see PESANE.

PITH, PYTH, marrow, strength, power, GK.
1456. GG. 783, 927, 1290.

PITT, p. p. put, assigned, TG. 32.
PLATEZ, pl. steel armour for the body, GK.
2017.

PLEASANCE, pleasure, GK. 1247; (KERCHYF
OF) J. 347. See Notes, p. 351.
PLIGHT, PLYзT, hostility, danger, GK. 266.
GG. 1104, 1305; offence? GK. 2393.
PLYTES, pl. 733.

See

PLONKETE, a white stuff, Aa. xxix. 3.
BLUNKET.

POYNT, condition, GK. 2049.
POYNTE, to declare, write, GK. 1009.
POLAYNES, knee-pieces in a suit of armour,
GK. 576. See Notes, p. 315.
POLD, p. p. pulled, &c. 180.
POLEMUS, pl. (?) aa. xxxi. 6. Omitted by
Pinkerton and Jamieson. Perhaps we

should read POLEINUS, knee-pieces.
POLICED, POLYSED, POLYST, p. p. polished,
GK. 576, 2038; made clean, absolved,
2393.

POMELL, crest? J. 335.
POUER, poor, GK. 1538.

PRAYERE, meadow, GK. 768.

PRAYSE, to estimate, appraise, GK. 1850.
PRECE, pr. t. proceed, GK. 2097.
PREKETES, pl. wax tapers, AA. XXXV. 9.
PRESE, throng, battle, GG. 236.
PRESED, p. t. thronged, GK. 830.
PRESENT, presence, GG. 1287.
PREST, ready, prompt, AA. lv. 3. Gr.K. 246.
PRESTLY, promptly, GK. 757, 911.
PREUE, privy, secret, GK. 902.

PREUE, to prove, GK. 262. PREUED, p. p.
proved, 79.
PREWEY, privy, cautious, &c.
PRIK, to gallop, GK. 2049.

181, 451.
PRIKED, p. t.

rode quickly, Gr.K. 246.
PRYME, six o'clock in the morning, GK.
1675.

PRIS, PRYS, price, estimation, excellence, GK.

1247, 1277, 1770, 1850, 2364; reward,
prize, 1379, 1630. GG. 392.

PRYS, note of the horn, blown in hunting,
after breaking up the game, GK. 1362,
1601.

PRISE, fine, good, prized, GK. 1945. aa.
xxix. 9, MS. D. GG. 236.
PRISE, to attempt? GG. 116.
PRISIT, p. t. accounted worthy of prize? GG.
721.

PRYSOUN, prisoner, GK. 1219.
PROUES, PROVESE, PROWES, valor, courage,
GK. 912, 1249. GG. 538, 598, 1290.

PURE, quite, perfect, GK. 808, 1247.
PURED, p. p. refined, pure, GK. 633, 912,
1737, 2393.

PURED, PUREDE, p. p. furred, GK. 154. AA.
xxviii. 2.

Q.

QUHIL, QUHILL, QUILE, QUYL, QUYLE,
while, GK. 30, 257, 722, 1035. GG. 186;
until, GK. 536. GG. 85, 272, 586; some-
times, 1730. QUYLE FORTH, during some,
1072.

QUHILK, QUILK, which, GG. 132, 607,
1165.

QUHILUM, whilom, GG. 546.

QUYK, alive, GK. 2109.

QUYSSEWES, cuisses, armour for the thighs,
GK. 578.

QUIT, QUITE, QUYT, QUYTE, white, GK.
799, 885, 1205, 2364.

QUYTE, to requite, repay, GK. 2244, 2324.
AA. xliv. 2. GG.1101. J.363. QUYT,p.p.
requited, GG. 203, 586.

Quo, who, GK. 231. Quo so, whoso, 209,
306.

QUOD, QUODE, p. t. quoth, GK. 256, 309,
343. AA. viii. 9, lii. 1. J. 212.
QUOYNTANCE, acquaintance, familiarity,
GK. 975.

QWESCHYNS, cushions, AA. xxxv. 2.

R.

QUAKAND, quaking, GG. 675.

QUARTE, QUERT, good spirits, joy, aa. xx.
10. GG. 586.

QUAT, What, GK. 233, 460; how, 563, 2201.
QUAT So, whatsoever, GK. 255.
+QUEL, while, GK. 822.
QUELDEPOYNTES, pl. hassocks? GK.877.
QUELLE, to put an end to, GK. 752; to kill,

1449, 2109. QUELLED, p. p. slain, 1324.
QUELLYS, cries, aa. iv. 9.

QUEME, good, GK. 578; pleasant, 2109.
QUEN, QUHEN, when, GK. 20, 130, 497.
QUENTANCE, acquaintance, familiarity, GG.
1120.

QUENTYS, Cunning, GG. 1220.
QUENTLY, easily, GG. 1223.
QUERE, where, GK. 1058.

QUERE SO,

QUER-FORE,

wheresoever, 1227, 1490.
wherefore, 1294.

QUERRE, quarry, Fr. curée; a term of hunt-
ing, GK. 1324. To make the quarry, is to
break up the deer, and feed the hounds on
the skin.

QUERT, See Quarte.

QUEST, united cry of the hounds, GK. 1150,
1421. QUESTEs, pl. aa. iv. 9, MS. D.
QUESTEDE, p. t. hunted in full cry, aa.
iv. 9.

QUETHE, cry, clamor, GK. 1150.

QUETHEN, whence, GK. 461.

QUETHER, whether, GK. 1109.

QUETTYNG, whetting, GK. 2220.

QUHA, who, GG. 69. QUHASA, whoso,
771.

QUHARE, where, GG. 107.

QUHEIL, wheel, GG. 1225.

QUHELMYS, pr. t. rolls, GG. 1225.

QUHY, QUY, why, GK.623. GG. 96.

RABEL, rabble, pack, GK. 1899.

RACE, RASE, Swift course, pace, GK. 1420.
AA. ix. 8. GG. 1213. See RES.
RACE, blow? GK. 2076.
RACH, hound, GK. 1903.

RACH, RACHES,
RACHEZ, RACHCHES, RACHCHEZ, Rachis,
pl. 1164, 1362, 1420, 1426, 1907. AA. v.
6. GG. 1344. See The Maister of the Game,
f. 71, MS. Cott. Vesp. B. xii.

RAD, RADE, afraid, GK. 251. AA. ix. 8, 9.
RAD, RADD, ready, quick, GK. 862. AA.
xxiii. 8, MS. D. c. 326.

RADLY, promptly, readily, GK. 367, 1164,
1343, 1744.

RAGIT, p. p. torn? GG. 854.
RAYE, track? AA. v. 6.

RAIK, to go, proceed, GG. 371, 1070.
RAYKES, pr. t. goes, rides, aa. xxvii. 7,
MS. D. RAYKEZ, imp. proceed, GK. 1076.
RAIKIT, RAYked, RaykedE, p. t. went,

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