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Solempnite, s. performance, 2884; Sotely

, adv. skilfully, 3031. sateliy 14ęs.
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· Solempne, adj (A.N.) solemn, | Soteltie, s. a deyige, ingenuity,

1630, 2915.
solemnite

8. ,
0871 Solenite, sacred rites, 9094,10780 Sothe, adj. (A.S.) true, 11 ; s.
Solly, adj. sad, dismal, 8713.

truth, 36, 158, 188, 277.
s14@mawSolstacion, s. the Solstice, 10637. Sothely, adv. truly, certainly,
sorerne 1734,

Son, Soum, 8., a sum of money, Sothyn, 8. glossing, special plead-
,",

altogether, 335 ; Sothly, 1019.
19734" 189, 4469, pl. Sommys, 192.
Somer, Somur, s. summer, 1626,

ing, 11495.
1627.

Sotly, adv. in truth, soothly,
Somon, Somyn, V; (A.N.) to

4219, 4229.
sorrondi summon, 205, 1702, 2579. Soudiour, 8. a soldier, 1136. sondiging

Somyn, adv. (A.S.) together, 66. Souet, should be Sonet, grieved,
sorunu 7313 Son, Sonne Sun, s. the sun,

495. See Soune.
1539, 2730. beto

Sought, pret. of Seek. See Soght.
Sonder;

in sonder = asunder, Soume, Sowme, s. a sum, a nun-
2747.

ber, a band, 1136, 2321, 4132.
Sone, adv. (A.S.) soon, at once, Sound, Sounde, tretj safe, whole,

santas,
940, 2668; comp. Soner, sooner,
- Jog.ro

tinturt; in sound = in safety, 545, 536,
2182 ; super. Sonest, soonest, fore-

1813; adv. safely, 652.
most, 1877, 2184; Sonyst, 1155.

Sownd¢, s.
Sop, Soppe, s. a band of men, 10506, 10621.- Sound
1309, 1311, 6054, 6739, 6758; "a Soundismen, s. messengers, en-

9292
oppur

riale soppe hofle="one mass, 128999986.
sep Sope, s. a draught, 3299.

Soundly, adv. safely, 1826.
Sopertyme, s. supper-time, 3398.

Soune, v. (Fr.. soin, Jamieson,
Sor, Sore, s. a sore, a wound,

Sonyiešto grieve, 5284; Sonet, 495. vide note
9193, 9270.

10445
Sore, adj. great, 1259,; severe, Sourcher, 8. choking, agony, 9127.

Soune, s. a sound, 11919.
1266; ado. sorely, 1307.
Soré, Sory, adj. sorry, worthless, Sourde, v. (A.N.) to swell,
wicked, 4467, 10445.

5051. I sourde soudit im-1516,
Sorgrym, s. See Sourgrem.

Sourdyng, s. dislike, hatred, 1000.
Sorili, Sorily, adv., miserably, Sourgrem, Sourgreme, 8. venge-
Doreley 3692.7 certainly, 751. painfuity piliabky ance, revenge, 1000, 2053, 3505;
Sorow, 8. sorrow, grief,' 1457,

Sorgrym, 9042
1515.

Soveran, adj. (A.N.) excellent,
Sort, s. commummer: 94326 ; a set, or

1125.

Aufenance

Suverans, 8. Assurance, protection,
company, 5782.3773

, .
Sossynge, s. fondling, cajolery, Sowme, s. a number, 1291.

3154. permain, add nel

,
wheedling, 2932. ootlyn 11495

, See

Soume.
Sot, 8. (A.N.) a fool, 1961.

Spand, v. to break up, to shatter,
Sote, pret. of Sit, sat, 8266.

12692. - it

19
Sotell, adj. subtle, cunning, 1576. Spar, 8. a blow, a thrust, 10684.
so take 9.9920 s.of syanti.

sowme vit (-time 13356.

voys, 8866.

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Spar, Sparre, ci to aim, to hurl, Spise, v. to despise, 3889. spisetimpi

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Spite, s. spite, hatred, contempt,
Spare, v. 'to spare, to leave, to 1968, 12093; v. to hurt, to injure,
omit, 1274, 13173. 12736

2114. igit

A dornprepare
Spart, s. Sparta, 1011.

le spade: midden cil. Spitiously, Spitously, "Spitusly,
Spase, s. the opettson, 2811 ;

adv. fiercely, furiously, 3698,96914, bége
time, 12692.

7479.
Specially, adv. particularly, 1492, Sporior, 8. a spur-maker," 1595.
10186.

Spousaile, s. espousals, marriage
Specyal, 8. a favourite, a servant, vows, 12736.
4292. Sprey als 10119 special Spred, part. p. spread, cover

vered,
Sped, pret. of Spede, 13236.

1428.
iritarest Spede, Sped, s. haste, progress, Sprent, pret. of Springe, shivered,

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success, 823, 984, 1107, 1120,
concern 2090, 13236: departure 7857

split, 7248.
Sprets

. a spirit, 13217.sprcte segg.
Spede, V. (A.N.) to speed, to Springe, v. to warp, to break, to

shiver, 1195; to dawn, to spread,
,

sprangin
1968; pret. Sped, exerted, 13236. 295, 112, 1137. Алла та с архіту 4. •
Spede-full, adj. helpful, 1107 Spritte, 8. a spirit, 4297.

moson , struccable a , aprilið pós
Speire, Spere, Sper, s.'a spear, 1°Spronge, Sprongen," "Sprongyn,
3698, 5852, 6887, 7007. specs pús

Sprouingen, pret. of Springe, broke,
Speke, v. to speak; part. Spek-

shivered, 1195, 57 8310606411022; djroren My
and, 4292.

Sprongyn, part. p. 6106.
Spell, 8. a spell, rapt attention, Sprotte, 8. a fragment, a shiver,
2090; a season, an interview, 7917.

1195, 5783, 6106, 7248, 9666,
2. Spence, 8. expense, 233 ; Spense, Spurn, v. to beat, to drive, 4744.7652

13692,
Spent, pret. of Spend, spent, Spyll, 8. a splinter, a fragment,
hurled, 6502; fastened, 10942.

11119.
Spere, Spire, Spirre, v. to ask, to Spynner, 8. a spinner, 1595.

inquire, 4297,8161,49555, 10186, Stable, adj. sure, sound, 1423.
Vibe12093,513735 ;& pret. Spird ; part. Stad, 8. stoppage, delay, 4654.
Speryng.

Stad, v. to stand, to stop, 11073;
Spicer, s. a grocer, 1595.

part. p. Stad, placed, situated, 1319,

9437, 12874; opposed, pitted,
To Spille, v. (A.S.) to destroy, to

2389; caught, 12520, 13290; pret.
kill, to wreck, 1968, 8134, 12119, Stad, sufficed, 4681.wales
12692, 12736; pret. f parto the Stake, pret. of Steek, Stick,
Spilt.

shut up, closed, 893, 11147, 13844 ;
Spilte, adj. waste, bare, 4060;
,

stuck, caught, 9435.
dead, 6416, 10131.- Site Stale, pret. of Steal, stole, 988,
to be , Spire, v. to ask, 8161.

ojimas 6455, 12282, 12831.
Spire, v. (Lat.) to rush up, to fov, Stall, 8. a booth, 1580.
3693. nid varit up

Stall, v. to satisfy, to fill, 5186.
Spiritualtie, 8. doctrine, 3100. Stalle, adj. proud, obdurate, 9789. ?

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brave, 365, 9182.
skeurdie

a merry-making, 2928.
Stalworthly, adv. bravely, secure- Stiryng, 8. raging, 12067. Pro-
ly, 2076.

bably (another spelling of last,
Stanke, 8. a tank, a receptacle,

word.)
11189.

Stithể, Styths, adj

. (A.S.
) strong, never even

93
Starf, pret. of Sterve, died, perish- rank, broad, brave, heroic, noble, 3519
ed, 7398, 9583, 9870.
7, 21, 922, 945.

,

.
shining, glittering, 3037, 7349, stoutly

, greatly, 1240,5şži, stwngty, tuighlag
• 10783, 11943.7,017.

29.11

Stody, 8. study, reverie, 2515,
Statur, 8. a statue, 11654.

9263. Dhulu 40/1.
Stołe, Stel, 8. steel ; as an 'adj. Stoken, Stokyn, part. p. of Stick,
9634. stá tudis

patched, com led, 11; shut, closed,
Step, v. to march, to go, 351.

• 9207; stuck out, prominent, 3758;

fixed, in its place, 12227.
Stepe, adj. deep, full, 3758, 7724. Stondyng, part. standing, set,
Stere, s. a rudder, 1981, 1997, 1580.
13282.

Stonye, v. (A.N.) to astonish, to
Stere, 8. strife, struggle, battle, confound, 2515, 10371, 11806 stor sota

7398. steznio stor Store, Storre, adj. (Icel.) strong,
Sterne, s. a star, 1057, 1498. great, 538, 1193 ; Stoure, 942. Starest 2193 ,
Stert, v. to start, to burst, 5871;4 Store, v. to restore, 727; to fill,

to begin, 6258; to leap, 942, 1240. to choke, 8862.
Steuyn, Stewxn, 8. (A.S.) voice, Storven, part

. p. of Sterve, killed,
,

,
shout, cry, 3865, 10898.6505 , dead, 9634.

Steynit, pret. stoned, 12157. Stotie, v. to stutter, 3881. See
10454 Sthoure, s. See Stoure.

Stut. he statid.
drpi Stick, v. to stab, to pierce, 11091. Stound, 8. (A.S.) a moment, a
v

while, 7910, 9770.
Stid, s. position, posture, seat,
good

5767, 8627; palace, 9712, Stide, Stoupe, v. (Icel.) to stoop, to
1761.

shrink, 7256, 10150.0.Friestor
Stiden, pret. of Stie, mounted, Stoure, s. (Fret. skyn) Battle, Ezmountur
leaped, 4948.
2e lost

shock, onset, attack, 7, 28, 365, tumult
Stightill, v. to guide, to govern,

1179, 7691 ; opposition, difficulty,
615; time, spaee, 4681.

sout 0423.
to work, 9117, 1997, 13282; to Stoure, adj. Sèe Store.

°
2

subdue, 2193., 51004 noves
!-Stightly, adv.
67999
,

Stourk, v. to strike, to beat at,
See Stithly.
Stilly, adv. quietly, noiselessly,

13885. douerket impe
,
12831. 12292

Stoute, adj. great, dovely, 8388.
Stire, v. fo/wend, to direct, to Stowrnes, Stowrenes, 8. greatness,
steer, 959, 4654, 4948, 9171; to

excess, 9015, 10345.
stene in toss, Stoynye, v. to stagger, to reel,
times 4169, 12505 ; pret. Stird.

7431. ' stigny into
Stirond, adj. unsteady, 3833, Straght, pret. of Streke, stretched,
8057.

swung, 915, 1240; extended, 3024.

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Straught, part. p. of Streke, 567.
stretched, passed, 11.

Stuf, Stuff, 8. material, might, las cool, ac mandat
Straunge, adj. as a s. a stranger, 177283, 6272, 6276; 0. to fill, to
a foreigner, 2975.

øreplenish,-7855; to occupy, to
Straungior, s. a stranger, 2879.

take up one's attention, 10264.apress, crowd,
Straw, v. to strew, 12145. stawit Sturne, adj. stern, strong, 7450 ;
,

.

Styrn, 9511. stwinest i 091 sturnu stiyan
Stray, s. straggling; stert upon Sturnly, adv. sternly, firmly,

Esqac
stray = begin to straggle, or to
desert, 6258.
adu,

с
Streght, adj. straight, direct, 351, Sturnyst, adj. super. of Sturne,
, .

, .

3960.
, , 3024;
3841, upright, 3310; ado?'straight, di- Stut, v. to stutter, 3825. fését '

, , ; . ,
rect, 1951. no.

Styfe, adj. strong, great, 1527.
Streght, pret. of Streke, struck, Stylle, adv. quietly, noiselessly,
rushed, 1354.

in secret, 988.
Streit, adj. close, 2815.

Stynke, s. foul water, 11189.
Streke, v. to stretch, to extend, to Stynt, v. (A.S.) to cease, to stay,
pull out s pret. Straght; part. fupi to hinder, 3525, 4029, 7857, 9679; s nejniž imp

, vi
Foopport for Straught; to strike, to fights pret. A 13892, 13957.
but the Strekýn, 1786,
11061. Hot

tostyrt

Styrn, adj. See Stuerne. 95%!
s. Stremes, Stremys, 8. waters, the
,

,
= strike. sča, 283, 1603 ; gleams, fire, 7724. Styrond, adj. See Stirond.

Strenght, v. (A.S.) to strengthen, Sue, Sew, v. (A.N.) to go, to pro-
to support, 283, 2127 ; Strenkythson 1475; to rush, 1243, 1259; tó

ceed, to follow, 637, 820, 1422,
7855.6.regte

i lingin

seek, to sue, 1737.
Strenght, s. (A.S.) a stronghold, 1 Suerge, 8. (O.F. cerge) a wax-

a fortress, 3234 ; might, resistance,
1035, 6272, 6276, 12182 ; nature,

taper, 700. nla cingl
kind, 567; Strenkith $712182 Suet, 8. pursuit, 6014.

;
Strenkyght, 6276; Strenkyth, Suete, 8. See Sute.

Suffis, v. to suffice, 13609. 938% sumisli
Strenklit, part. p. sprinkled.22145

Suffrayn, 8. a sovereign, a king,
Strete, s. (A.S., a street, 1354,
stretis 1574, 12145. Treite 351 stretestides

Suld, should, 5413.
Streught, adj. straight, direct,
Qatarme 3758; 'a streught loke = a full,

Sum, adj. Å s. some, 277, 1836,
contest

9939, 11513; sum tyme = formerly,

1729.
Striffe, s. struggle, quarrel, main
force, 174, 6787; Stryfe, 28, al

Sun, 8. a son, 6567. donnés 74,1475
Strike, s. a straight line, 3024. Sundre, v. to sunder, to break up,
See Note. suissa jate esi!?

5945.
Stronge, adj. great, unusual

, Suppouel, v. to supply, 2788.
1574.

Suranse, s. assurance, 10238.
Stroy, v. to destroy, to spoil, 928, Sure, adj. secure, safe, 687, 1689;
v

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2118, 10319.

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, to cut a., Swice

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as

angry, 5071.

Surfetus, ailv. uncommonly, in Swerde, 8. a sword, 1240, 3503.
citire linytinordinately, 4219 ; Surffetus, 9352.

Swerd, S319. subire 11387. Jweyta pa!
Surly, adv. securely, 1236. Swere, Sweyre, v. to swear, 11833,,
Suster, 8. (A.S.) a sister, 1284.

11837, 13613. severyn (i swere ipta
Sute, 8. a suite, a company, 546, Swete, adj. sweet, pure, 1060 ; La
3257, 11455 ; Suete, 8888.

sacred, 11381; as a s. a sweet, ritduink to
Sutelly, adv. cunningly, skilfully,

13683(10567. Bat swete mie man

the end
3038.

Swetnes, s! sweetness, purity,
342.

melody
v. to , to

5071. See Swike.
Swale, v. to swell as in music, to Swicly, adv. angrily, quickly,
sing, 10613swały ng is

10390.

di Traitzen duenea
Swalgh, 8. a whirlpool, 13299. Swike, Swyke, adj. (A.S.) de-
Swalpre, v. to plunge, to toss

ceitful, treacherous, false, 11833 ;

a 8. deceit, 11837; Swice,
about in water, 12526. sit
he ankle a totho ; , ,

Swalt, part. p. of Swelt, dead, Swing, Swinge, 8. a dash, a blow,

í 5753 ; pret. died, 1200, 6503,
ghihin.

a cut, 1271, 6699, 13024.
7769.

sumid

Swinge, v. to beat, to battle with,
Swalton, Swaltyn, pret. of Swelt,

13299. suringel' svuing, hud

4
died, fell dead, 5711, 8319.
Swang, Swange
, pret. of Swing, Swinke, Swynke, v. (A.S.) to

work, to labour, 3604; s. work,
hurled, rushed, 10390, 10430;

3895.
struck, 13590. swange

Swire, Swyre, s. (A.S.) the neck,
Swap, Swapp, s. a blow, 5741,

3301, 9136.
10905.

Swith, Swithe, adv. (A.S.) soon,
Swap, Swappe, v. to strike
quickly, as with a sword, to cut,

quickly, immediately, 1230, 1982,
1271, 11002, 13685; pret. Swappit,

2076, 5936, 10723, 13156.
4687, 5936, 6699 ; part. as a s.

Swogh, s. (A.S.) a swoon, a state
Swapping, 5785; Swappyn, 9668,

of insensibility, 3551, 8705.
Swappyng, 1889. We aritute Swoghyng, part. (A.S.) murmur-
Sware, s. struggle, ado, 1200.(vinote] ing, sighing, 1061.
Sware, adj. square, broad, 3967. Swolow, v. to swallow, to sink,

.
va
Yawusst

:
to glance off, 5785.

Swone, v. to swoon, 19683, §. a
2. Hirte in Swat, pret. of Sweat, perspired,

swoon, 19763: 108bbet . 8646 stonit impo
3895, 10201. See Note on 1.3895. Swongen, part. p. of Swinge,
Swayme, s.

beaten, 3503.
See Swym. 1896
Swelt, v. (A.S.) to faint, to-swoon,

Swonghe, error for Swoughe, a
to die, to fall dead, 1889, 3551, Swoty, adj. perspiring, 2366.

murmuring, a purling, 342.
8705, 10905 ; pret. Swalt, 1200,
6503 ; Swalton, Swaltyn, 5741, Swyke, s. deceit, 11837. . lilivion
8319; (part. p. 5753.?)

Swym, Swyme, 8. (A.S.) forget-
Sweppit, pret. of Swepe, swept fulness, 12; a swoon, unconscious-
along, gushed, 342.

ness, 3551, 5753, 8319, 10567 ;

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