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Fete, 8. work, deed, practice, skill, Flagh, Flaghe, pret. of Fle, fled,

533, 1529, 6186, 10813, 13075. 6001, 7746, 11144.
Fetis, adj. (A.N.) neat, elegant, Flamme, v. to flame, to gleam,
3068, 3075.

to glitter, 156, 1958 ; part. pres.
Fetur, v. to fetter, to bind,

Flamond, 225; Flaumond, 168 ;

Flammyng, 970.
3518.
Feturs, 8. pl. features, complexion, Flang, Flange, pret. of Fling, cast,
129, 1018, 2952.

thrust, cut, struck, 1241, 5253,

11112.
Feum, 8. fume, smell, stench, Flapp, v. to strike, to slash, 7674 ;
1609.

to tlap, to be blown, 11795.
Feveryere, 8. (A.N.) February, Flatt, 8. a hollow in a field, 10004.

4010.
Fey, adj. (A.S.) fated to die,

Flaumond, part. See Flamme.
mortally wounded, dead, 2935, Flay, v. to frighten, 4593; to
5242, 8998, 9691, 13924; many, weaken, 13294.
3178. See Fay.

Fle, v. pret. Flagh, Flogh, Floghen,
Feyne, v. to faint, to succumb, Fleddon, to flee, to fly, 1349, 4732,
1239.

6850, 8602, 11969.
Feyne, v. (A.N.) to dissemble, to Flecchour, 8. (A.N.) an arrow-

invent, to imagine, 18, 41, 419. maker; properly, one who makes
See Fayne.

and sets the feathers on arrows,

1593.
Feynit, adj. invented, imaginary,
41.

Fleme, v. (A.N.) to flow, 10004;
Fiche, Fyche, s. pl. fish, 1590,

to drive away, to exile, 12377,

12379, 12435, 13604.
13826,
Fight, 8. difficulty, struggle, 228, Flese, 8. a fleece, 156, 225, 970.
11138.

Flete, v. to flow, to float, 278,
Fild, pret. of Fill, filled, loaded,

1609; to sail, 13154; pret. and

part. p. Flet; part. p. = over-
1617, 5384.

flowed, covered, 12560.
Fild, Filde, Fyld, s. See Feld.

Flit, v. to remove, to change
File, v. to defile, defame, to sully, one's residence, 425, 11835.
2669, 8120.

Flode, s. flood, water, the sea,
Fille, v. to fulfil, 602; Fillyn, 278, 1990,
1109.

Flogh, Floghen, pret. of Fle,
Filsyn, v. to aid, to assist, to in- 4732, 8602, 11969.
crease, 5613, 9242, 12918; to sup- Flore, 8. a floor, 1660.

,
9383, 12180, 12350'; Filson, 4871; Florence, 8. florins, money, 1367.
Fylsy, 8884.

Flote, pret. of Flyte, scolded,
Filth, Filthe, 8. baseness, trea- taunted, 7324.

chery, wickedness, 732,' 1609, Flowen, pret. of Fle, 10077.
8121.

Flype, v. to pull off, as the skin
Firke, 8. a thief, a plunderer, is pulled off a rabbit, 954.
6128.

Flyte, v. (A.S.) to scold, to taunt,
Firre, udv. (A.S.) comp. of Fer, to upbraid; pret. Flote, 7324;

further, onward, forward, 4782. part. Flytyng, 7658.

sea, the

Fnast, v. (A.S.) to breathe hard, through, because, 193, 1144, 6601,
to rush, to roar, 168, 878.

11817; against, 1528; in spite of,
Foale, Fol, Fole, Foole, Fowle, 8.

890, 6139.
a horse, 1245, 6400, 6451, 8311, Forbede, v. to forbid, 5681 ; to
9469, 13560, 13563.

prohibit, 5725, 6428 ; pret. For-
Fode, 8. food, victuals, 5170,

bode ; imperat. Forbode.
7854.

For-bled, part. p. covered with
Foghle, 8. a fowl, a bird, 10553,

blood, 12270.
11805.

For-do, v. to undo, to ruin, to
Foght, Foghtyn, pret. of Feght, Fore, pret. of Fare, went, fared,

destroy, 2910.
fought, 6559, 7785.
Folde, v. to surround, 11263.

rushed, 93, 853, 887, 898, 1209,

9554; dealt, wrought, 44, 1213,
Fole, 8. a fowl, a bird, 13027.

8519, 10896.
See Foale.

Fore, adj. front, 884 ; prep. See
Fole, 8. a fool, 1817, 4931, 13279.

For.
Folily, adv. foolishly, rashly, 574, For-faren, For-faryn, part. p.
5101, 7613.

perished, killed, 1438, 12118.
Folle, 8. folly, rage, anger, 1957; For-ferd, part. p. terrified, 10276,
Foly, 1425.

10699.
Folut, pret. followed, 6854. Forfet, s. loss, punishment, 2298;
Fome, s. the

waves,

985. 0. to forfeit, 4450.
Fomen, 8. enemies, 11263. For-fonnet, part. p. of For-fon,
Fond, v. (A.S.) to try, to strive, Forge, v. to devise, to plan, 12551,

become silly, senseless, 632.
6659.

12591.
Fonde, pret. of Find, found, dis- For-juste, v. to decide, to settle,
covered, 1386.

296.
Fonge, v. (A.S.) to take, to seize,
to accost, to meet, 366, 956, 962 Formast, adj. foremost, largest,

278.
1367, 10017; to undertake, to aid,
599 ; Fonnge, to batter, to beat, Forne, Fourme, adv. direct,
14023.

straight, right, 6784, 7759.
Fonnet, adj. (A.S.) foolish, 3473, Forray, 8. plunder, 6426.

4207, 7127; bewildered, helpless, Fors, v. to force, to urge, 1929.
4691.

Forsec, pret. of For-seón, despised,
Fonnge, v.
See Fonge.

forsook, 721.
Foole, alj. foolish, 13841.

Forset, v. to beset, to surround,
Foole, 8.
a horse, 1245.

See

to besiege, 1924, 7671.
Foale.

Forshape, v. to transform, 13221.
For, as a prefix to verbs, adds in- Forslet, s. a stronghold, 11779.

tensity to the signification, some-
times completion, sometimes op;

Forthe, adv. forwards, onwards,
position, as for-blede, to bleed

till now, 1629.
copiously; for-faryn, completely Forther, adv. forth, 680, 11174.
gone, killed; for-shape, to trans- Forther, v. to further, to aid, to
form; for-bode, to forbid.

assist, to benefit, to honour, 5743,
For, Fore, prep. for, 1737, 1854 ;

8884, 11138, 11170, 11708, 11716

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rue, 9312.

part. Forthoryng, assisting of Frap, v. (A.N.) to strike, to beat,
benefit, aiding, 4576.

10515.
Forthi, conj. (A.S.) because, 1085. Fray, 8. an attack, an affray, 1279,
For-thinke, v. (A.S.) to repent, to

2141.

Frayne, v. (A.S.) to ask, to in-
Fortune, 8. chance, 1464.

quire, 97, 358, 1794, 2893, 12019.
Forward, 8. (A.S.) a promise, a Fre, adj. (A.S.) liberal, noble,

pledge, 548, 602, 2440, 3123, 358, 525, 11234; 8. a familiar term
9312; an agreement, a covenant, in narrative or conversation applied
2727 ; the front, the van, the to both sexes = a person, a man, a
attack, 1148, 5860.

woman, 533, 1386.
Forwise, adj. prescient, far-seeing, Freeltie, 8. (A.N.) frailty, weak-
2539, 3950.

ness, 8723.
For-wroght, part. p. over-worked, Frek, adj. (A.S.) quick, eager,
worn out, exbausted, 5861.

hasty; comp. Frekir, 9862.
For-yete, v. to forget, 869 ; pret. Freke, 8. (A.S.) a man, a fellow,
For-yet, 882 ; part. p. For-yeten,

145.
2291 ; For-yeton, 2068, 9953.

Frele, adj. (A.N.) frail, 831.
Fose, s. pl. of Foe, 5169.

Frenship, s. friendship, good-will,
Fot, v. to fetch; pret. Fot, 1777.
12610.

Freshe, Fresshe, adj. bright, 225,
Fote, 8. a foot, 356, 1824.

997.
Fotyng, 8. footing, position, secu- Fresshe, 8. the flood, or overflow
rity, 2077.

of a river ; a press of men, an on-
Fouchon, 8. a falchion, a sword, set, 4730.
5260, 11110.

Fret, v. (A.S.) to adorn, to deck,
Found, v. to intend, to design,

434, 3409 ; part. p. adorned,
13812; to invent, to originate,

spread, 1660.
1628 ; to accomplish, to succeed, Frete, v. (A.S.) to consume, to
1154.

destroy, 9691 ; part. p. Fret, con-
Fourme, v. to form, to build,

sumed, decayed, 13029; imperat.
1510; 8. manner, 1954.

Fret, deal, dally, 12846.
Fourme, adv. See Forne. Frickly, adv. eagerly, heartily,
Fourt, adj. fourth, 5446.

8994, 9880.

Frigie, adj. as 8. Phrygian, a
Foutly, adv. foolishly, 5079.

Phrygian, 2918, 2981.
Fowle, 8. a horse, 13560. See

Frike, adj. (A.S.) another form
Foale.

of Freke (both forms are still in
Foyne, v. to push, to thrust, to use in the West of Scotland; Frike

fence with a spear, 10081, 10287. is generally applied to qualities and
Fraght, 8. freight, cargo, 1118, moods of the affections, and the
5384, 9388, 12855; a fleet, 13301.

mind; Freke, to the manner and
Fraist, v. to try, to prove, 261,

conduct, but they are often used
6533, 6947; to inquire, to examine,

in the same sense); hearty, glad,

1189, 2918; keen, eager, 2055,
to seek out, to consult, 97, 1119.

6949; frike age = courageous
Fraite, v. to inquire, to seek out, times, the age when one is ready
10714.

for any undertaking, 2204.

Friknes, s. readiness, eagerness, Furst, adj. first, 1557, 4330.
rashness, 6120.

Furth, Furthe, adv. forth, onward,
Frith, 8. (A.S.) a wood, a coppice, onwards, 22 12, 2744,6904, 13105;
13552.

at once, 2984.
Froch, v. to rush, to dash, to Furthe, adj. the fourth, 2007.
push, 1278. See Frush.

Fyche, 8. See Fiche.
Frothe, v. to froth, or foam at the Fyfte, adj. fifth, 1486, 6338.

mouth, 1957.
Frunt, 8. the front, the breast, the Fyse, 8. a fig, 12206.

fore-part, 9150, 10914; a mass, Fyld, Fylde, s. See Feld.
one body, 10869.

Fylyng, 8. (part. of Fyle) defile-
Frunt, v. to strike, to wound, 6923, ment, 4850. See File.

6981; to rush, to drive, to tumble, Fylsy, Fylsyn, v. See Filsyn.
to fall, 6887, 6890, 8327, 8551.

Fyn, Fyne, adj. good, great,
Frush, Frusshe, v. to bruise, to clever, learned, keen, 400, 5824,

crush, to break, to tear, 1196, $335,
13910 ; to push violently, to dasli, Fynde, 8. a fiend, 597, 4290,

8375; ado. completely, 7168.
3225, 5931; a rush, a crash, an

8125.
onset, 5830, 8998.
Frut, 8. fruit, 4972.

Fyndyng, s. the founding, the
Fryke, allj. hearty, 1050.

origin, 4296.

See
Frike.

Fyne, v. to finish, to cease, to
Frynde, 8. a friend, a relative, Fyst, s. the fist; in fyst = in his

end, 8810.
1039.
Fuerse, Furse, adj. fierce, strong,

grasp, a hold of, 10995.
brave, 216, 569, 785 ; great, 1617) Fyt, s. a measure, a section of a
immense, 2271; as a s. 888.

story, 8120.
Fuersly, Fursly, adv. fiercely,

eagerly, quickly, 261, 1245. Gab, Gabbe, v. (A.N.) to jest, to
Fughtyn, pret. of Feght, fought, lie, 4303, 10604.
7087, 10131.

Gaf, Gafe, Gaffe, pret. of Give,
Fulfaire, adj. handsome, 3155. 804, 1250, 6102, 6191.
Full, adj. satisfied, 466.

Gaid, pret. of Ga, went, 369.
Full swice should be Fulls-wice, Galos, Galous, Galowes, 8. the
Fool's wise, like a fool, 5071.

gallows, 12885, 12890, 13033,

13116.
Fulsom, adj. very large, very full,
3068.

Gamen, Gamyn, s. frolic, inter-
Fulthe, 8. abundance, plenty,

course, 107, 1506, 11056.
5414.

Gan, pret. began.
Fur, Furre, adv. further, 1107. Gar, Ger, v. (Icel.) to make, to
7103. See Firre.

cause, to compel, 197, 1937, 2928;
Furde, 8. a band, a company,

pret. Gart, 9394; Gert, 1616, 1629,

4347, 6657, 8399. Both forms
4164, 7217.

are still used in Scotland.
Furder, adv. further, 2982.

Gat, Gate, pret. of Get, got, ob-
Fursnes, 8. fierceness, bravery,

tained, 1529, 3553; begat, 107,
9771.

1506, 13944.

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Gate, part. p. of Geet, guarded, Gert, pret. of Ger. See Gar.
superintended, 566.

Ges, 2 sing. pres. ind. of Gie,
Gate, s. (A.S.) a street, way, road, givest, 2089; imperat. give, 13553.

351, 1334, 5946 ; manner, conduct, Gest, Geste, Gyste, 8. (A.N.) an
undertaking, 612, 2239, 5207,

event, 2026; an adventure, 620;
6138; gird of his gate=fled of his

a deed, 3286; a history, or tale,
gate
fled out of his way ; 80 gat

286, 12772.
in the same way, similarly, 5207;
in our gate furthe = in our conduct

Get, v. to keep, to preserve, 2113.
from this day forth, 6138; all agreit Geter, 8. See Geeter.
to be gate = all agreed to the plan, Getton, Getyn, part. p. gotten,
36 +9.

begotten, 290, 1017.
Gaude, Gawde, 8. a jest, a trick, Gevyn, pret. of Give, gave, in-
a pretence, 603, 9279, 10719; pl.

flicted, 914, 1214, 5946.
Gawdyn, 11468.
Gaume, s.

Gewell, 8. a jewel, 1368.
a game, a merry-
making, 1620, 1622, 2937. Geynde, part. p. join, adjoining,
Gawlyng, s. (part. of Gawl, Gowl)

5223.
shouting, wailing, 8677.

Geyre, 8. See Geire.
Gay, 8. a gay person, a lady, 2679. Giaund, s. a giant, 5503.
Gayn, Gayne, a.lv. near, over Gide, Gyde, s. a guide, a chief, a

against, 2813, 4226, 8001, 8099. ruler, 4053, 8881.
Gayne-come, s. return, i.e. com- Gif, Gyf, conj. (A.S.) if.
ing back again, 2026.

Gilde, adj. golden, yellow, 3989.
Gaynist, super. of Gayn, fore- Gile, 8. deceit, surprise, stratagem,
most, first, 2996.

10749.
Gayre, s. 905, 13360. See Geire. Gille, s. a narrow rocky valley, or
Gedre, Gedir, v. to gather, to col- glen, 13529.

lect, 1174, 1225, 10133; pret. & Gilt, s. guilt, crime, 1814, 11581.

part. p. Gedret, Gedrit.
Geet, v. (Fr. guet, a ward) to Gird, Girde, Gyrd, v. to strike, to
guard, to keep, 11746; part. p.

pierce, to thrust, to dash, to pull,
Gate, 566.

177, 938, 910, 1332, 1377; to

spring, to rush, to dash, to fall, 169,
Geeter, Geter, s. a keeper, a 854, 880, 1232, 1317, 2072, 2322,
guardian, 972, 11739.

8072, 9017; to cut, 12113 ; pret.
Geire, Gere, Geyre, Gayre, s. Girdyn; part. Girdand, Girdond,

goods, weapons, instruments, dress, Girdiller, s. a maker of girdles,
armour, 905, 1081, 6051, 6517, 1584. The girdillers, or girdlers,
6565, 8177, 13360.

formed a section of the hammer-
Gem, s. a gem, a precious thing, men.The girdle is a round iron
1368.

plate used in baking cakes; and
Gematry, 8. geometry, 8394.

the sauce-pan used in cooking fish

is still often called a girdle, or
Gentill, 8. a noble, a knight, 128; gridle, as in l. 13826, "A grydell
a lady, 437.

full gay gret-full of fiche.”
Gentris, s. gentility, manners, Girdyn, pret. of Gird, 4740.
conduct, 131.

Glaule, v. (A.S.) to make glad,
Ger, v. 1937. Sve Gar.

6126.

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