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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

pandoulinky,

quisoke, Pluccid, adj. pimpled, covered Price, 6. (A.N.) value, worth, *5.40

prieket pa

Plyt, 8. See Plite. Intw.position dash, 12:1, 1315, 85557 Prífkond,

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Plite, Plit, Plyt, 8. position, con- Prest, adv. hard, fast, quickly, kalt,

dition, appearance, state, circum- 1315.
stance, undertaking, 545, 4778, Prest, 8. a priest, 11700, 11737.
'8019, 9714,010363, 11301.
Plodder
, 8. a bully, a brave, Prestly, ados, quickly, eagerly,
a , ,

, . ,

1092. 13401
12862.

specially

Preyse, v. to praise, to extol,
Ploghe, s. a plough, 903.
2151.

.
rand, Bjarn with , 3837
Pluttide, adj. rough like the skin Prick, v. to pain, to sting, 142;

1674, 3445. See Prise. = omverze Wagom dit
of a plucked fowl, 3078.

to record, to relate, 289, 306; ardered poigt
Prikkit, part. p. 418; to spur, to

nin!
Pointe, Pointte, s. a deed of arms,
risirilist position, 540, 564; 4 sneer, a part. quickej foi kard
nickname, 7900.

Prickyng, s. remorse, regret, 2183.
Poite, 8. a poet, 306; Poyete, 31, Pride, 8. strength & courage, 160.
47, 289.pesad

33
Pore, adj. poor, 1807 ; weak, Print, v. to imprint, 195. Han solcme
, ,

sista taz.com
, .

Prise, 8. note, worth, renown, 47, rise
s,

124.
Porke, 8. a pig, 3837.

322, 1099, 10815 ; -risk, frazard

hazardous attempt, 1201, 2034; = you
Porknell, s. a little pig, one as

,

02838. prisi- prést 1931 note ?'contes
fat as a pig, 6368.

Prise, adj. good, noble, valiant, mélle,
Port, 8. carriage, behaviour, 9148; 206, 289.7839-39,

a gate of a town or a castle, 9172, Prishede, s. valour, renown, 2907.
118086

9300, 10858, 11273; a harbour,
13146, 13338.

Prist, adj. great, noble, valiant,
Possessiant, adj. possessing, pos-

renowned

, 33, 312, 2752, 2871. Jurist
sessed, 2627

Pristly, adv. quickly, earnestly,
Post, s. a courier, a runner, 6271. hajlfully, 1043, truly, 1015. 230.

'wrong
Pourly, adv. beseechingly, 11553. Prodes, 8.

s
a storý, n'a relation,

=9075
lesed

247 ; Prose, 11523; Prosses,
6503! Povertęs. (A.N.) poverty, 2587. 13774.

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Power, 8. a great number, a force, Procur, Proker,/v. to procure, to

a company, 1227, 10658; as a s. obtain, 11555, 11558, 11603,
pl. 10647, po pouer = those forces. 11614.
Poyete, s. See Poite.

Profer, Proffer, s. an offer, a pro-
Praty, adj. good-looking, comely,

posal, 250, 262. frontely
clever, 2022, 10815; Prati, 13634. Profesi, s. (probabiy for profes-

Pray, 8. prey, booty, spoil, 3166 ; sion) Hoolaration, statement, 2667.
prayin juro que 2643. de puces,

v. to plunder, to spoil, 1371, 2134, Proffer, v. to set forth, to offer,
'
pray

to expose, to risk, 1096, 2139.
Prech, v. to utter, to speak, 2207. Proker, v. See Procur.
Prese, s. (A.N.) a crowd, 2868; Prokuring, 8. procuring, manage-

the thick of the battle, 8317. ment, 13766.
Presse, 2157.

Propurty, Propurté, S. value, comma
Present, v. to represent, 2190. worth, propriety, 626, 2530.

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prudest

Prose, s. See Proces.

exert one's self to the utmost, to
Prosses, s.
See Proces.dend, saded

do one's best, 11558.
Proude, Prude, adj. proud, glad, Pynner, s. a pin-maker, latterly a
, .

,
strong, valiant, splendid, powerful,

jobbing carpenter, 1591. See Note.
113, 262, 322, 435, 1378, 6718,

Pynour, a labourer, a scavenger.
8385. 17/32red des! pirow de Pyté, s. pity, 1516.
Proudfall, 8. the fore-locks, the
front-hair, 3025.

Quem, adj. See Qweme.
Proudly, Prudly, adv. beautifully, Qụit, miştake for Put, 2655.
splendidly, to advantage, 371, 4651, Quite, Qvite, Qwytė, Kuyt, adj.

83055
prowes 1661, 8385.
9313. Proues, s. prowess, 5169.

white
, 2737 30382,4973;

qui

Quycke, adj. See Qwicke.
Provyns, s. a province, a country, Qwaint, adj. strange, ingenious,

the people of a country, 277,
1642.

yoki

old fashioned, 777, 1531, 1627,
2093

, 0031;5. * cuming plan, of qwaintes

6051($a , or
Prude, adj. See Proude.

trick, 13245.- quointress
Prudly, adv. See Proudly.Lavicha Qwaintan, s. a quintain, a game 'artiulness

Guaintese
Pullishet, a polished, bright,
the coming to become
at tilting, 1627.

cenning
4589. Pullyshe playne.- Lydg. Qwaintly, adv. neatly, skilfully,
Pupull, s. people, band, force,

becomingly, 3404.
6877, 11278. Seg Pępull.

Je
bepullore Qwait, Qwate,? v. to, await, to
sexy car

2
Pure, adj. finé, niee, 1690 ; full,

2

watch, 13245.9 wailidon,
3013; complete, thorough, 1817. Qwalle, &. a whale, 3055.

Em hipuram
Purpos, s. plan, business, work, Qwat, pron. what, 1794.

, . ,
1629, 1710. neytt 26416 Qwate, s. peace, quietness, e. g.
Purpos, v. to purpose, to be in- of mind, hence, judgment, 13681.

,
purpkity; elined, 1690 ; Purpas 1568ermind, Qwat-so, fron. whatsoover) 6325.

Pursu, v. to follow, 1150. iline Qwe, 8. a fife, or pipe, 6051.
qursacy.
4686. Pursuet, 8. desire, eagerness, Qwele, Qwell, 8. a wheel, 7126,
8882.

13681.
Purvey, v. (A.N.) to provide, Qwelle, i. to lay loy, to kill,
) , .

10235
2132.
puruiau nec

1333, 12994. Guielliding qurille
Purfiance, 8. provision, 1043. Qweme,"Qwem, adj. fair, bright, isti beat, wil?
Put, v. to put, to set, to set forth, pleasant, lovely, 633,777, 3055;
to send, to set out, to go forth,

apt, ready, skilful, true, 1531, 4202,
33, 267, 1016, 1796, 8987; to

5351; Quem, 6973; close, sure,
think, to deem, to award, to diyide,

true, 1703.
258, 1146, 2410, 4874.

Qweme, v. to conclude, to settle,
Pyke, v. See Pike. qilmang murah to make friends, 1809, 11509; tó

fit, to quit, to compare, 3028, 3404.as quentes
Pyne, Pyn, s. pain, torture, 195,

Qwemly,(?Quemly, adv. truly,
1516, 8686; pyne to behold
horrible to be seen, 993 ; pyne for

heartily, completely, 4378, 11783.

properly
to here = painful to be heard, Qwen, adv. when, 1940, 12180.

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1516.
punich

suitably

Qwene, 8. a queen, 1627; Qwhene, conuitiendus
Pyne, v. to pusish, 2325; to

a lady, 3163.

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

5678. 8696

Quite.

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r2 nach
Qwerfore, adv. wherefore, 1928. Rak, s. mist, 1984. rakit, rasket

,
Qwert, s. health, spirits, 6941; Rake, Raike, Rayke, v. to pro-

hayket naikad
in holl qwert
= in perfect health. ceed, to wend, to go, to gush, to rai

kede
Qwhene, 8. See Qwene.

rush, 2999, 4631, 6370, 6904, 9386, (all immer

,

9652; to mingle, to blend, 3048.
134793wide
. Qwhile, q whyle, Pwile, o echile, Ranke

, adj. strong, furious, hread- fixeq
a time3102, , 5420, 8381; a
hond qwhile = a short time, 5003.

Hong, 1392, 1879, 13902; steep,
Qwiche, pron. which, 12244, Rape, v. (A.S.) to haste, to hurry,

rugged, 1991; abundant, 9204. Hanks511)
12659.

24818, 1897, 4620, 7373. To Seel prapa
Qwicke, adj. living, alive, 4378 ; | Rape, 3. violence, plunder, 4923,

. ,
Quycke, 617.
hakema, ady.

4926.
Qwil, Qwill, ede: while, 2094, Rape, 8. a rope, a cable, 4620; a armaban

/
2

ropas
11286 ; Qwyles, 3999.-

tand, a company, 5633. in an
Qwistle, s. a whistle, + fife, a

i rape
cui pe

haste?
clarionet, 6051. vide note

Rappe, v. (A.S.) to batter, to
Qwit, v. to quit, to renounce, to

dash, 13007. hisappi tu dedhi
acquit, 1763, 13086;/lit. p.

Rappe, 8. a blow, 7680.
Qwyt, quit, 1809. 3 que me qera, tr.7. Raught, pret. handed, gave, 786.
Qwit-claym, Qwite-claym, v. to

See Raght.,
renounce, to abjure, 1763, 13086. Raunge, v. 'to range, to arrange,
Qwite, Qwyte, adj. white, See

Rauthe. See Ruthe.
Qwith, v. to bestow, to deliver, Raviche, v. to snatch, 3722;
6973.

Ravisshe, to ravish, 2926. Prawis
Qwo, pron. who.

Ravis, adj. mad, raving, 12149.
Qwose, pron. whose, 11266. Rayn, 8. rain, 1579.
? Qwyles, adv. while, -3939. coron

curong

Realme, s. a realm, 243; Reame,
Qwyver, 8. a quiver, 7730.25%;

221; Rem, 1906, 12195; Rewme,

285.
Maliny Rad, adj. quick, hasty ; a rad | Rech, v. to tear, 13939.

huste = hot haste, 917; full rad Recounsel, v. to reconcile, 12931.

= full quickly, 1143, 9233, 13007. Red, adj. red; red gold = bright

Radly, adv. (A.S. Y reddity, quick- gold, 1742.
1975: ly, 4G2, 772, 2698. radli 6904

.
Red, v: to spoil, to, plynder, en

,
Radness, 8. redness, 624. adites 19 12002. He gi my gunde ned?
Rafe, pret. of Refe, Rive, tore, Rede, v. to say, to tell

, to advise,
Lo raxet took, 7629; 7788.-
took, 7629; 7788.- haft von eart to counsel, 1906, 5129, 12579 ; to

!
niven) Ragget, adj. rough, rugged, rag- be advised, 3308, pret. Red.declare v

:

vole
ged, 12559, 13525.

Rede, Red, s. counsel, advice,
/
Raght, pret. of Work; raght upon 1736, 2668; wits, 2926; as þai us they
= cleared the ground,

rede toke = as they pleased, 12266. were
1533. Orit may be
Redie, v. to make ready, 5648;

advisit.
Raght, pret. of Rache, Rax, took, Mipret. Redyn.
seized,"tried, 3883, 6767, 8299, Redounde, v. to give back, to re- til Koke

,
to hand 10876; fled, 14000 ; Raught, 756. turn, to echo, 10183.

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Redur, s. (A.N.) wrong, violence, Rewerd, s. a burst, an outburst,

plundering, 1736, 1805, 1912. 11949. See Rurde.

Redyn, pret. of Redie, 5648. Rewle, 8. rule, 6278.
To Refe, v. (A.S.) to tear, to snatch, Rewme, s. a realm, a country,

6838 ; pret. Reste, 10008.rett besc 285, 1414.
Refut, 8. (A. N.) refuge, shelter, Reyne, s. a rein, 1231, 1258. }(215, fäłnia?
Riall, Rioll, adj. royal, 1630; 8.

8078
Regne, v. (A.N.) to reign, 13695. á king, a prince

, 2024 (7157. Living } daly
ront

Rekon, v. to recount, 2031. Rially, Riolly, adv. royally, 355,
verechoas Releshe, v. to give up, to hand 3009; Ryolle, 231.

13599

Ribold, 8. a ribald, on rascal,
Relike, s. spoil, goods, property,

reiched lous
1412, 11391. relekeo

Ricche, Riche, v. to adjust, to

, v. reth ot,
Rem, s. See Realme.

right, to mend, to improve! 1231,
Reme, v. (A.S.) to cry, to moan,

1258, 9257, 13149 ;(to stretch, to 6767
to lament; part. as s. Remyng,

grasp, 2370, 6693; to trenge,
8511, 8696, 9126; overflowing, Rid, v. to clear away, 1533, 5343,

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9982.
6478, 6733. Stratman puden

again
Remnond, S. remainder, 7149,
14000. 12696

Rife, Riffe, Ryfe, adj: plentiful, not hredden.

abundant, 1117, 1694, 557578823,
Remorce, 8. remorse, regret, 1698.
Render, v. to give up, 13069. Right, adj. true, proper, 1756 ;
Renke, s. (A.S.) a man, a knight, ado. rightly, just, exactly, 1443 ;

814; Rynke, 7486; Rynk, 10435, right to = as far as, clear to, 1234,
13629. 2708

5907; by right = correctly, 344.
Rennyng,v Renyng part. f S Right, v. to correct, to re-arrange,
running, 2365, 7743.

69.
Renttes, s. pl. income, resources, Rightwise, adj. (A.S.) upright,
estates, 1732, 11395.

3888.
Reprofe, s. a reproof, 2034. Rigour, 8. determination, 9863.
Reprove, v. to chide, 1817. Rinel, Rynel, 8. a runnel, a small
Repugn, v. to resist, 2670.

stream, 5709, 7506, rines rynela

restaulo
ricle/ Rescow, v. to rescue, 10435.6838 Rink, Rynk, Rynke, 8. a man,
*Resort, v. to return, to come, Rioll

, adj. See Riall.

7131, 7486, 10435. See Renke.
v
3553.

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Rest, Reste, 8. a struggle, a con- Riolly, adv. See Rially.

test, 800, 886. viti i Forrie Riolté, 8. royalty, grandeur, 3464.
Restore, v. to re-collect, to rally, Ritte, v. to tear, to rend; pret.
5857.

it neue
Reve, v. YA.S.) Ito rob, to take Rive, v. (A.S.) to rend, to split,

Rut, 6977, 10704.
from, 1756. videriste

reviry to tear; pret. Rof, 5907 ; Rofe,
Reveray, 8. robberyy 7651. ving

10298 ; Roofe, 1234, 11094.
Rewarde, 8. (A.N.) regard, respect, Rixle, v. (from A.S. rixlian) to
3087.

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wrestle,
to reine im troche, 40. to tear, to burst

, to Row, s. a row, order ; rekont by

roaring, 1986.
v,
shatter, 12511.

row = recounted in order, 2031.
Rod, Rodd, 8. a shaft, a spear, Rowchet, nưistake for Kowchet or
9435 1234, 11094. - wdilist

Cowchet, inlaid, adorned, 8386.
read itad Rode, 8. a harbour, 5586, 12689; Rowte, s. See Rout.
obilio navium, road, (journey, undertaking, 1180; Royde, adj. See Roid.

Roode, 10+5.

Rogh, Roghe, adj. rough, wild, Rud, s. red, ruddy colour, 3048.3957
388% 1045, 2031; Roght, 10161.

Ruerde, s. See Rurde.
Roght, pret. of Reck, cared, Rufull, adj. heart-piercing, heart-
minded, 11005.

rending, 8518.
Roicond, part. mingling, blending, Rug, 8. mist, rack, 9652. See Rak. 1984,

3777. See Roike, Rake. Rugh, Rught, adj. rough, fierce,
Roid, 'Roide, Royde, adj. fierce, 3693, 6632, 12689, 13902.
angry,ʻ1986, 4428,7743, 10161.
Ruly, adj. obedient, 3888.

fread
Roidly, adv. fiercely, furiously, 'Rurde, Ruerde, Rewerd, s. noise,

912, 10298.6465.5514 73606 shock, 11949, 12697, 13902. hentni
Roike, v. to streak, 'to blend, Rut, v. to throw, to dash, 912, berit
immy: 3987; part. Roicond, 3771.

3695, 5699, 9637, 1269.2.
cil mein Luana Roile, s. a Flemish horse, a steed, -Rut, pret. of Ritte, rent, pierced,
1258, 7787, 8337, 10215.

6977, 10704.
Luke, moud Roke, 8. (eemmon soldiers, waifs, Ruthe, 8. pity, compassion, 8511,

rauthe 1896.
ronbertational 7149. great number, heap
.

9982; ruthe to be-holde = pitiable
Roket, s. a rochet, an overcoat,, to be seen, 1986.
13525.

Ryfe, adj. See Rife.
Rom, v. to go, to roam, 818, Ryfte, 8. a shattering, 12697.
13587. romyo fason

Rynel, s. See Rinel.
Romans, s. a romance, 5544.

Rynk, Rynke, s. See Renke.
ou in het ogzog. Ron, pret. of Run, 9233.
Ronke adj, strong, 4783 ; noted, Ryve, v. to tear, to pull down ;

,
5544.ronke bokcs" ronde here that

part. p. Ryvyn, 4783. See Rive.
s. See Rode.

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1293929 | sacra 141B

Sacramen, . an oath,
1234.

Pushi'iy, xcaring
Ropand, part. adj. crashing,

'severe, 248, 380, 455, 1263 ; great,

,

deep, skilled, learned, 679, 1277 stemg
beating, 3693, 4631, 9637.

1485,*1544; mans, 1738; as an
Rore, 8. a cry, 8518.

adv. secure, securely

, 2078. hardy, stout

.
Rote, s. (A.S.) a root, 11775. Sadly, adv. seriously, actually,
Rother, 8. a sailor, a boatman,

630; firmly, securely, 11109.
2999.

Saf, adj. safe, well, 10246.
Rout, Route, Rowte, 8. a band, Sagh, s. a saying, a proverb, a

a company, 231, 355, 1143, story, 2075, 2954, 10445; Saw,
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