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Extend, to seize.
what confines the fetters round
the ancles. Draught, the jakes. Draw, to withdraw. Drawn, embowelled. Drawn fox, one which is trailed
over the ground to deceive the
hounds. Drachma, a Greek coin. Dressings, appearances of virtue. Drew, assembled. Drive, to fly with impetuosity. Drollery, a puppet-show. Drugs, drudges. Drumble, to act lazily. Ducadme (duc ad me), bring him
to me, the burthen of a song. Dudgeon, the handle of a dagger. Due, to endue, to deck. Duke, a leader. Dull, gentle, soothing. Dullard, a stupid person. Dumb, to make silent. Dump, a mournful elegy. Dup, to do up, to lift up. Durance, some lasting kind of
F. Face, to carry a foolish appear
E. Eager (from aigre, Fr.), sour,
Face-royal, a privileged face.
Empery, sovereign power.
lie in cover.
place, to fortify.
received into service.
jects of entreaty.
ball, the emblem of royalty.
poems so called.
covered with hair.
to conceal the men from the
enemy. File, a list. Filed, defiled. Filed, gone an equal pace with. Fills, the shafts. Filths, common sewers. Finch-egg, a gaudy fellow. Fine, the conclusion, to make
showy, artful. Fine issues, great consequences. Fineless, boundless, endless. Finer, final. Firago, for Virago. Fire-drake, will-o'-the-wisp, or a
fire-work. Fire-new, quite new. Firk, to chastise. First-house, chief branch of the
family. Firstlings, first produce. Fit, a division of a song. Fitchew, a polecat. Fit o' the face, a grimace. Fits o'the season, disorders of the
Gallow, to scare. Gallowglasses, Irish foot-soldiers. Garboils, commotions. Gaping, shouting. Garish, gaudy. Garnered, treasured up. Gasted, frighted. Gaudy, a festival. Gaunt, meagre. Gawd, a bauble. Gaze, attention. Gear, things or matters. Geck, a fool. General, generality. Generosity, high birth. Generous, nobly born. Gennets, Spanish horses. Gentle, noble, high-born. Gentry, complaisance. German, akin. Germins, seed begun to sprout. Gest, a stage or journey. Gib, a cat. Giglot, a wanton. Gilder, a coin, value two shillings. Gilt, gold money. Gimmal, a ring or engine. Ging, a gang. Gird, a sarcasm. Glaire, a sword. Gleek, to joke. Glib, to geld. Glooming, gloomy. Gloze, to expound. Glut, to swallow. Gnarled, knotty. God 'ield you, God yield you. Gongarian, Hungarian. Good-deed, indeed. Good-den, good evening. Good-jer, gougere, a disease. Gorbellied, corpulent. Gospelled, puritanic. Goss, furze. Gossamer, atoms that float in the
of wood; also dyed in grain.
Fives, a distemper in horses.
Foin, to thrust in fencing.
with a fool's head.
swallowed by topers.
stood on the ground in the old
theatres; the common people. Guard, to fringe. Guarded, ornamented. Guerdon, a reward. Gules (in heraldry), red. Gulf, the swallow, the throat. Guiled, treacherous. Guinea-hen, a prostitute. Gun-stones, cannon-balls. Gurnet, a fish. Gust, to taste. Gyve, to shackle. Gyves, shackles.
Hoar, hoary, mouldy.
H. Hack, to become cheap. Haggard, wild; also a wild hawk. Hair, complexion, or character. Halcyon, a bird. Hall! make room. Hallidom, doom at judgment-day. Handsaw, hernshaw (a hawk). Hangers, that which suspends the
I. Icebrook, a brook of icy qualities. Idle, barren. Ifecks, in faith. Ignomy, ignominy. Ill-inhabited, ill-lodged. Images, children, representatives. Imbare, to expose. Immanity, barbarity. Immediacy, close connexion. Imp, progeny. Impair, unsuitable, unequal. Impartial, partial. Impawned, wagered. Imperious, imperial. Impetticos, to impetticoat, or
impocket. Importance, importunity. Important, importunate. Impose, injunction. Impositions, commands. Impossible, incredible. Imp out, to supply the deficiency. Impress, a device or motto. Incapable, unintelligent. Incarnadine, to dye red. Incensed, incited. Inclip, to embrace. Include, to conclude. Inclusive, inclosed Incompt, subject to account. Incony, or kony, delicate, pretty. Incorrect, ill-regulated. Indent, to sign an indenture. Index, something preparatory. Indifferent, impartial.
J. Jack-a-Lent, a puppet thrown at Journal, daily. Jump, to suit, just. Justicer, a judge. Jut, to encroach. Jutty, to project. Juvenal, a youth.
dulum of a clock.
round hawks' legs.
Lustic, lusty, cheerful.
ment for a wife.
L. Labras, lips. Laced-mutton, a courtesan. Lackeying, moving like a lackey. Lag, the rabble. Lakin, ladykin, or little lady. Lances, lance-men. Lands, landing-places. Land-rakers, wanderers on foot. Large, licentious. Lass-lorn, forsaken by his mis
tress. Latch, to lay hold of. Latched or letched, licked over. Lated, benighted. Lathen, thin as a lath. Launch, lance. Laund, lawn. Laundering, wetting. Lavolta, a kind of dance. Lay, a wager. Leaguer, a camp. Leasing, falsehood. Leather-coats, a species of apples. Leavened, matured. Leech, a physician. Leer, feature, complexion. Leet, petty court of justice. Leg, obeisance. Legerity, nimbleness. Leges, alleges. Leiger, resident. Leman, a lover or mistress. Leno, a pander. Lenten, short and spare. Let, to hinder.
ling. Limbo, a place supposed to be near
M. Mace, a sceptre. Mad, wild, inconstant. Magnifico, a Venetian potentate. Magnificent, boastful. Magot-pie, a magpie. Mailed, wrapped in armour. Make, to bar, to shut. Makeless, mateless, widowed. Male, a bag. Malkin, a trull. Mallecho, mischief. Maltworms, tipplers. Mammering, stammering. Mammets, puppets. Mammock, to tear. Man, to tame a hawk. Manacle, a handcuff. Mandragora, a soporific plant. Mandrake, a root. Mankind, masculine. Manner, in the fact. Man-queller, a man-killer. Marches, confines. Marchpane, a sweetmeat. Margent, margin. Martial hand, a careless scrawl. Martlemas, the latter spring. Mated, confounded. Material, full of matter. Maugre, in spite of, notwithstandNovice, a youth. Nowl, a head. Nuthook, a thief.
match is fixed when ordnance
dance ; means.
Motive, a mover.
measure of corn.
part of the face. Muliters, muleteers. Mulled, softened. Multiplied, multitudinous. Multiplying, multiplied. Multitudinous, full of multitudes. Mure, a wall. Murky, dark. Must, a scramble.
0. Obligations, bonds. Obsequious, funereal. Observation, celebration. Obstacle, obstinate. Occupation, mechanics. Occurrents, incidents, Odd-even, the interval between
twelve at night and one in the
morning. Od's-pitikins, God me pity. Oeiliads, glances of the eye, O'ercrow, overcome. O'erlooked, fascinated. O'er-parted, having too consider
able a part
N. Napkin, a handkerchief. Napless, threadbare. Native, naturally. Nature, natural parent. Naughty, unfit. Nay-word, a by-word. Neb, the mouth. Neelds, needles. Neglection, neglect. Neif, the fist. Nephew, a grandson, or any lineal
game of gleek.
Mood, anger, manner.
death of the deer.