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Lip, to kiss, iii. 687.
Lipsbury Pinfold, iii. 74.
Lists, enclosures, i. 495.
Lither, lazy, idle, ii. 320.

Little, miniature, ii. 149, iii. 354.

Lively, living, iii. 615.

Liver, the seat of love, i. 652, 726.

Livery, to sue, i. 497.

Living, riches, possessions, resources, i. 436.

Lob, clown, fool, i. 349.

Lockram, coarse linen, iii. 145.

Locks, love-locks, the fashion of wearing, i. 743.

Locusts, insects, or the fruit of the locust tree, iii. 710.
Lode-star, leading or guiding star, i. 381.

Lodge in a warren, i. 742.

Lodged, layed, i. 473.

Loggats, a game like skittles, iii. 387.

London, the King's Chamber, ii. 578.

'Long of, because of, i. 61, 366, ii. 317, 438, 762, iii. 182.
Loofed, a sea-term, signifying to bring a ship nearer the
wind, iii. 560.

Loose, to discharge, iii. 70.

Loose bodied gown, dress supposed to be indicative of a loose

woman, i. 264.

Lop, faggot wood of a tree, ii. 652.
Lordship, dominion, i. 312.

Love in idleness, a flower, i. 234.

Lover, a friend, iii. 431, 438, 765.

Loves, of all, for love's sake, i. 356, 656, iii. 673.

Low-crouched, low-crooked, iii. 434.

Low-men, false dice, i. 646.

Lower messes, inferior persons, iii. 203.

Lozel, a worthless fellow, iii. 213.

Luce, a pike, i. 639.

Lullaby, a burden of songs and balla ls, iii. 639.
Lunes, lunacy, mad freaks, i. 673, iii. 211, 284.
Lupercalia, feast of, iii. 459.

Lurch, to gain an easy victory at cards, iii. 148.
Lush, succulent, iii. 19.

Lustique, lusty, ii. 20.

Luxury, concupiscence, ii. 635.
Lym, a bloodhound, iii. 92.
MACULATE, stained, spotted, i. 57.

Made up, finished, accomplished, ii. 498.
Magic verses to cause death, ii. 332.
Magot-pies, magpies, iii. 498.
Mahomet's dove, ii. 333.

Mahn, a fiend, iii. 89, 96, 120.
Mailed up, wrapped up, ii, 359.

Main, main land, iii. 83.

Main of light, flood of light, iii. 769.

Make, a mute, iii. 761.

Make a leg, to make obeisance, ii. 470, 520.

Make all split, a nautical expression, i. 346.

Make a shaft or a bolt, here goes, hit or miss, i. 667.

Make, Make the door, to do, to bar the door, i. 128, 653,

ii. 128, 160, iii. 336.
Makeless, mateless, iii. 761.

Malkin, a homely wench, ii. 213, iii. 145.
Mill, Mistress, her picture, ii. 240, 277.
Mallecho, malefaction, iii. 363.
Mult-worms, drunkards, i. 521, 593.
Mammering, hesitating, iii. 676.
Mammet, a puppet, a doll, i. 198.
Mammock, to rend, to tear, iii. 134.

Man in the moon, legend of the, i. 386.
Manage, to govern, i. 286, 474.

Mandragora, a powerful opiate, iii. 537, 680, 711.

Mandrake, fabulously endowed with life, i. 220, ii. 370.
Mankind-woman, a termagant, a virago, iii. 167, 213.
Manner, mainour, a thing stolen, i. 54.

Manuer, with the, in the fact, i. 54.
Manningtree ox roasted, i. 534.
Manqueller, minslayer, i. 582.
Many-many, numberless, iii. 368.
Map a picture, iii. 618.

Murches, borders, boundaries, ii. 69, 413.
Marchpane, a confection, i. 169.

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Margent, margin, i. 101.

Marian, Maid, Robin Hood's mistress, i. 544.
Marigold, the sunflower, iii. 231.

Masks for ladies' faces when riding, i. 44.
Masques and triumphs, i. 44.

Match, to set a, to plan a robbery, i. 513.

Mate, to confound, to bewilder, to destroy, i. 129, ii. 364.
Material, full of matter, ii. 154.

Maugre, in spite of, notwithstanding, ii. 257, iii. 112, 623.
Maund, a basket, iii. 784.

Meacock, a chicken-hearted fellow, i. 246.

Mealed, mingled, ii. 622.

Mean, a term in music, i. 7.

Measure, a dance, i. 103, 704, iii. 733.

Medecin, a physician, iii. 511.

Meeds, deserts, merits, ii. 411, 440, 466, iii. 393.

Mef, to mix, to meddle, ii. 42.
Meiny, retinue, iii. 77.
Melancholy of Moor-ditch, i. 562.

Memory, memorial, ii. 139, iii. 170.

Men of hair, satyrs, iii. 256.

Mends in his own hands, must make the best of it, iii. 265.
Mephostophilus, a cant word for a gaunt-faced fellow, i. 641.
Mercatanté, a merchant, i. 260.

Mere, quite, ii. 32.

Mere, sole, absolute, certain, ii. 631, 678, iii. 666.

Mered, entire, sole, iii. 563.

Merely, entirely, absolutely, i. 712, ii. 40, 153, iii. 415.

Merit, guerdon, reward, i. 454.

Mermaid, a siren, iii. 726.

Merry-greek, a wag or humourist, iii. 268.
Metaphysical, supernatural, iii. 478.
Mete-yard, a measuring yard, i. 264.
Methoughts, methought, iii. 201.
Mewed, a term of falconry, i. 194.
Micher, a vagabond, i. 533.
Miching, skulking, iii. 363.
Milch, moist, iii. 355

Mile-end, the musters at, i. 628.
Mill-sixpences, i. 642.

Mince, to walk affectedly, to affect coyness, i. 680, iii. 103.

Mineral, a metallic vein in a mine, iii. 375.

Minikin, a darling, iii. 90.

Minute-jack, a little figure that struck the quarters of the

clock, ii. 485.

Mirable, admirable, iii. 305.

Miscreate, spurious, ii. 66.

Miser, miserable caitiff, ii. 327.

Misprised, mistaken, i. 363.

Misprising, undervaluing, despising, i. 714, ii. 29.

Misprision, mistake, misunderstanding, i. 363, 515, 725.

Mispunctuation, humour of, i. 385

'Miss, amiss, iii. 722.

Miss, to dispense with, iii. 13.
Missives messages, iii. 477.

Mistaken, misapprehended, ii. 649.
Mistful, ready to weep, i. 103.

Mistress, a bowl used in bowling, iii. 321.

Mistress Mall's picture, ii. 277.

Mobled, muffled, iii. 355.

Mock, to scoff, to gibe, iii. 678.

Model, a mould, i. 471.

Modern, ordinary, common, i. 190, 306, iii. 507, 582, 772.

Modo, a fiend, iii. 89, 96, 120.

Module, model, i. 327, ii. 41.

Moe, to make mouths, iii. 22.

Moiety, a portion, also the half, i. 537, iii. 735.

Moist star, the moon, iii. 332.
Mold-warp, the mole, i. 538.

Mome, a blockhead, a dolt, i. 127.

Moment, import, iii. 360.

Monarcho, a crazy Italian so called, i. 103.

Money-lenders' brown paper, ii. 638.

Monopoly privileges, iii. 117.

Monstrous, unnatural, ominously prophetic, iii. 420.

Montanto, a term of fence, i. 696.

Month's mind, i. 42.

Moon-calf, a false conception, iii. 25.

Moonish, variable, inconstant, ii. 153.
Moralize, to interpret, iii. 739.

More, greater, further, i. 309, ii. 76, iii. 741.
More and less, great and small, i. 575, iii. 774.
More sacks to the mill, a game, i. 77.
Morris, Morisco dance, ii. 55, 393.
Morris-pike, Moorish pike, i. 150.
Mortal, deadly, iii. 728.

Mort o' the deer, a strain on the horn, iii. 199.
Mortified, ascetic, iii. 510.

Most an end, constantly, perpetually, i. 33.
Mot, motto or word, iii. 746.

Motion, puppet-show or puppet, i. 11, iii. 255.
Motion, the impulse of desire, iii. 370.

Motley, a fool, iii. 376.

Mought, might, ii. 444.

Mouse, a term of endearment, i. 84, ii. 241.
Mouse-hunt, an animal of the weasel tribe, i. 202.
Mousing, gorging, devouring, i. 295.

Mowes, mouths, ludicrous antics, iii. 36, 354.
Much, an expression of contempt, i. 590, ii. 161, 468.
Muffler, a covering to conceal a portion of the face, i. 688.
Mule, Bajazet's, ii. 38.

Muleters, muleteers, iii. 558.
Mum-budget, a pass-word, i. 685.
Murdered persons bleeding on the approach of the murderer,
ii. 576.

Murdering-piece, a piece of artillery with several barrels,
iii. 380.

Muscadel, a wine used in church at marriage ceremonies,
i. 276.

Musit, or Muset, a gap in a hedge, iii. 728.

Muss, a scramble, iii. 564.

Mutines, mutineers, i. 330.

Mutton, laced, a cant term for a courtezan, i. 41.
My cake is dough, a proverbial saying, i. 234, 270.

My heart is full of woe, a tune, i. 201.

NAPKINS, handkerchiefs, iii. 440, 784.

Naught a while, be, a mischief on you! ii. 128.

Naughty, wicked, base, i. 421, iii. 93.

Ny-word, a watch-word, i. 680, ii. 248.

Neapolitan bone-ache, iii. 283, 308.
Near, in close confidence, i. 705.

Near be, ne'er the near, a proverbial phrase, i. 484.

Neat slave, a base cow-herd, iii. 74.

Neeld, needle, ii. 208, iii. 741.

Neglection, neglect, ii. 206, 318, iii. 272.

Neif, fist, i. 370, 591.

Nether-stocks, short stockings, i. 529, iii. 77.

Next way, the nearest way, i. 540, ii. 12, iii. 223.

Nice, trivial, effeminate, dainty, i. 187, 209, 400, 574.

Nicely, scrupulously, ii. 209.

Nicholas' clerks, St., cut-purses, i. 521.

Nick, to mark like a fool, i. 148.

Nick, out of all, beyond all reckoning, i. 30.

Nicked, emasculated, iii. 563.

Night-rule, a night revel, i. 361.

Nill, will not, ii. 201.

Nine men's morris, a rustic sport, i. 383.

Nine Worthies, pageant of, i. 104.

Noble, a coin, i. 532.

Nobody, the picture of, iii. 32, 49.

Noddy, a game at cards, also a noodle, a simpleton, 1. 5.

No had, an archaic expression, i. 315.

Noise, a band of musicians, i. 588.
Nonce, for the occasion, i. 514.

Nook-shotten, spawned in a corner, ii. 87.

No poynt, non point, i. 62, 89.
Nott-pated, round-headed, i. 528.

Novum, a game played with dice, i. 93.

Nurture, breeding, ii. 144.

Nut-hook, a beadle or catchpoll, i 622, 642.

O, orb, circlet or round, iii. 581.

Oaken garlands, iii. 187.

Oath of fidelity by attendants of the nobility, ii. 767.

Oaths taken on the sword, i. 497, iii. 345.

Ob, obolum, a halfpenny, i. 535.

Oberon, of fairy legends, i. 383.

Obidicut, a flend, iii. 96.
Objected, proposed, projected, ii. 299.
Obsequious, funereal, ii. 419, 515, iii. 334.
Obsequious, obedient, submissive, iii. 648.
Observation, rites or observances, i. 371.
Observed, respectfully treated, i. 609, 612.
Obstacle, corruption of obstinate, ii. 327.
Occupation, handicraft, iii. 418.
Oddly, unequally, iii. 275.
Odds, quarrel, iii. 669.

Od's pittikins, God me pity, il. 750.
Eiliads, ogles, i. 646, iii. 100.

O'erparted, not equal to a part or character, i. 93.
O'erraught, over-reached, over-took, i. 118, iii. 357.
O'erstrawed, o'erstrewed, iii. 733.

Oes, circular bosses of shining metal, i. 364.

Oes, small-pox marks, i. 85.

Of, for, iii. 219, 542.

Of all loves, for love's sake, i. 356. 056, iii. 673.

Offices, the apartments in great establishments where refresh-

ments were prepared or distributed, iii. 666.

Old, old utis, rare, rare fun, i. 589, 617, 736.

On, of, iii. 415, 772.

On, pronounced own, i. 10."

Once, for the nonce, sometimes, i. 128, 149, 668, 700, iii. 149,580.

One good woman in ten, ii. 54.
Oneyers, owners, i. 521, 564.
Oosel-cock, the blackbird, i. 359.
Opinion, reputation, i. 558.
Opposite, adversary, i. 603, ii. 258.

Or e'er, before, sooner than, i. 318, ii. 732, iii. 7, 43.
Or, ore, gold, iii. 375, 738.

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Parling, speaking, iii. 738.

Parlous, perilous, i. 357.

Partake, to impart, to participate, ii. 185, iii. 251.
Partake, to take the part of, iii. 783.

Partaker, a partner, a factionary, ii. 301.

Parted, endowed, imparted, iii. 293.

Partially, by partiality, iii. 669.

Partisan, a weapon, half-pike and half-halberd, iii. 519.
Partlet, Dame, a name for the hen, i. 543, iii. 213.

Pash, head or brow, iii. 200.

Pass, to surpass belief or expression, i. 644, 674, ii. 444, iii. 234.

Passado, a term in fencing, i. 217.

Passage, passengers, iii. 699.

Passionate, perturbed, agitated, i. 298.

Passionate Shepherd, i. 687.

Passioning, displaying emotion, i. 35, iii. 732.

Pass not, regard not, ii. 377.

Pass on, pass upon, to sentence, ii. 600, iii. 93.
Passy-measure's pavin, a dance, ii. 274.
Pastry, the room where paste was made, i. 202.
Patch, fool or jester, i. 127, 372, 407, iii. 30, 511.
Patchery, roguery, villany, iii. 283.

Patience perforce, an adage, i. 170, ii. 615.

Patient, to make patient, iii. 599."

Patine, the cover of the chalice anciently used to hold par-
ticles of the host; a plate, a round, bright object, i. 433.
Pauca, pauca verba, paucus pallabris, few words, i. 75, 227,
641, ii. 74.

Paul's walk, i. 575.

Pavin, a dance, ii. 274.

Pax, a small metal plate which was kissed at mass, ii. 118.
Pay, to beat, to punish, i. 678, ii. 748, 758.

Peak, to mope, to pule, iii. 356.

Peat, a pet, i. 233.

Pedant, a schoolmaster, i. 248, 249, 260.

Pedascule, a pedant, i. 249.

Peeled, shaven, ii. 292.

Peevish, childish, simple, headstrong, ii. 327, 719, iii. 453, 669.
Peg-a-Ramsey, a tune, ii. 278.

Peise, to weigh down, ii. 569.

Peised, balanced, weighted, i. 298, 417.

Pelleted, formed into pellets, or little balls, iii. 565, 784.
Pelting, paltry, despicable, i. 351, 459, iii. 77.
Pen-and-inkhorn, carried by professional persons, ii. 395.
Penitent, doing penance, i. 117.

Penny, metaphor for money, or means generally, i. 102.
Pensioners, a band of gentlemen in immediate attendance on

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Pervert, to avert, ii. 729.

Pestered, impeded, encumbered, i. 515, iii. 309, 511.
Pew-fellow, companion, sharer, ii. 559.

Pheere, companion, husband or wife, iii. 621.

Pheeze, to tickle, i. 227, iii. 285.

Philip, a name for the sparrow, i. 289.
Phill-horse, the shaft-horse, i. 402.
Phisnomy, physiognomy, ii. 45.
Physical, medicinal, iii. 426.
Pick, to pitch, ii. 696, iii. 131.
Picked, scrupulously nice, i. 82, iii. 388.
Pick-thanks, parasites, i. 540.
Pickt-hatch, the manor of, i. 654.
Picture of Nobody, iii. 32, 49.
Picture of we three, ii. 278.
Pied, party-coloured, i. 98, iii. 774.
Pied ninny, a jester, a fool, iii. 30.
Pight, fired, iii. 73, 318.

Pigrogromitus and the Napians, ii. 278.

Pilcher, pilch, an outer garment of leather, i. 186.
Pilled, robbed, pillaged, i. 462, ii, 522.

Pin, to cleave the, to split the wooden pin in a target, i. 39, 71.
Pin and web, the cataract in the eye, iii. 89, 203.
Pinched, restrained, nipped, iii. 208.
Pinfold, a pound, i. 5, iii. 74.

Pink eyne, small eyes, iii. 551.

Pioners, or pioneers, degraded soldiers, iii. 681.

Pip, a spot on a card, i. 237.

Pitch, or pith, eminence, iii. 360.

Pitch and pay, pay on delivery, ii. 78.
Pittikins, 'ods, God me pity, ii. 750.
Place, abiding-place, ii. 139.

Place, seat of authority, i. 426, iii. 563.
Places, dignities, honours, iii. 206, 563.
Placket, a petticoat, i. 67, iii. 88, 233, 238, 283.
Plagued, punished, ii. 522.

Planched, planked, made of boards, ii. 620.
Plantage, the moon's influence on plants, iii. 291.
Plantain, its medicinal use, i. 65, 164.
Plants, the soles of the feet, iii. 549.
Plates, silver coin, iii. 581.
Platforms, plans, schemes, ii. 297.

Plausibly, with expressions of applause, iii. 757.

Plausive manners, gracious, popular, winning manners,
iii. 340.

Pleached, intertwined, i. 701.

Please one, and please all, a ballad, ii. 280.

Plighting troth, mode of, i. 43.

Plurisy, repletion, iii, 385.

Point-device, precise, with great nicety. i. 82, ii. 153, 254.

Point of war, a strain of military music, i. 603.

Points, long tagged laces to fasten dresses, i. 250, ii. 241, iii. 232.

Poize, weight, iii. 676.

Poking-sticks, irons for setting ruffs, iii. 256.

Polacks, Polanders, iii. 330.

Politician, a schemer for his own advantage, iii. 387.

Polled, cleared, iii. 171.

Pomander, a ball of perfume, iii. 238.

Pomewater, a kind of apple, i. 71.
Poor John, hake, a fish, i. 160.
Popinjay, a parrot, a trifting fop, i. 515.
Porpentine, porcupine, i. 129, iii. 278.
Port, a gate, iii. 535.

Port, show, state, appearance, i. 235, 395.
Portable, bearable, supportable, iii. 93, 506.
Portage, portholes, ii. 82.

Portance, carriage, mien, bearing, iii. 656.
Possessed, informed, i. 398.

Posset, a, curdled milk, i. 690.
Posset, to coagulate, i. 690.
Post, the sheriff's, ii. 277.
Potch, to push, to thrust, iii. 140.
Potents, potentates, i. 295.
Poulter, a poulterer, i. 534.
Pouncet-box, scent-box, i. 515.
Powder, to salt, i. 560.

Poynt no, non point, i. 62, 89.

Practice, conspiracy, machination, collusion, ii. 77, 631, iii.
78, 112, 706.

Practise on, to plot or intrigue against, iii. 541.

'Praise, to appraise, ii. 243.

Prank, to adorn, to dress ostentatiously, ii. 250, iii. 155, 229.

Praying at the end of performances, i. 632.

Precedent, a sign, an indicator, iii. 722.

Precepts, warrants, i. 616.

Prefer, to advance, to promote, i. 233, ii. 764.

Pregnancy, ready wit, i. 577.

Pregnant, supple, ready, iii. 362.

Prenominate, forenamed, iii. 307, 347.

Preposterous, misplaced, inversely, i. 248, 363, 658.
Prescription, medical, ii. 54.

Presence, presence-chamber, i. 210.

Presently, immediately, ii. 355, 555, iii. 748.

Pressed, ready, bound, urged, i. 395.
Pretence, design, device, i. 21, ii. 314, iii. 216.
Pretend, to intend, i. 17, iii. 744.

Pretend, to portend, ii. 315.
Pretty, petty, little, iii. 750.

Prevent, to anticipate, i. 578, ii. 315, iii. 423, 454.
Pricket, a deer so called, i. 103.

Prick-song, music pricked, or noted down, i. 178.
Priest of the town, i. 687.

Prig, a cheat, a thief, iii. 228.

Prime, the spring, iii. 774.

Primero, an old game at cards, i. 679, ii. 688.

Prince of cats, i. 216.

Principality, a celestial, i. 15.

Principals, the strongest rafters in a building, ii. 203.

Princox, a coxcomb, i. 170.

Print, in, precisely, to the letter, i. 12.

Prison base, or prison bars, a game, i. 42.

Prize, to rate, ii. 464.

Prize, privilege, ii. 411.

Probal, probable, iii. 671.

Proceeding, advancement, iii. 430.

Process, citation, iii. 530.

Prodigious, monstrous, portentous, i. 300, iii. 420.

Proface, welcome, i. 620.

Profane use of the sacred names, act for preventing, i. 562.

Prognostication, almanac, iii. 241.

Project, to shape, iii. 581.

Projection, forecast, preparation, ii. 79.
Prolixious, coy, delaying, ii. 609.

Prompture, suggestion, ii. 609.
Prone, ardent, ii. 595, iii. 745.
Proof, armour, iii. 473.

Proper, peculiar, personal, iii. 140, 179.
Proper-false, handsome-false, ii. 246.

Propertied, circumscribed, appropriated, ii. 268, 462.

Properties, a theatrical term, i. 347, 677.
Proposing, discoursing, i. 713.

Prorougue, to deaden or benumb, iii. 540.

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Racked, harassed by exactions, ii. 347.

Rag, a term of contempt, ii. 492.

Ragged, rough, rugged, base, i. 574, 618, ii. 142.

Ragged, beggared, iii. 747.

Rake up, to cover up, iii. 105.

Rampallian, a low, creeping, mean wretch, i. 582.

Rank, chorus, rhyme, ii. 149.

Rank, brimming, full, iii. 722, 778.

Rankness, riotousness, i. 325, iii. 435.
Raps, transports, ii. 719.

Rapture, a fit, iii. 145.

Rarely, curiously, ii. 728.

Rascal, a lean deer, ii. 155, 317, iii. 129.
Rates, counts for, is equivalent to, iii. 562.
Rather, hasty, quick, i. 65.

Rats rhymed to death by charms, ii. 173, 332.
Raught, reft, reached, grasped, ii. 357, 409.
Ravin, to devour greedily, ii. 595, iii. 489.
Ravined, ravenous, iii. 501.
Rayed, chafed, excoriated, i. 254.
Razed, slashed, opened, iii. 366.
Razes, roots, i. 521.

Read, to tread, i. 547, ii. 697.
Rearmice, bats, i. 354.

Rearward, rearguard, iii. 773.
Reason, to discourse, i. 411.

Reasonable swiftness, speed of thought, ii. 71.

Rebate, to blunt, i. 51, 598.

Rebato, a kind of ruff, an ornament for the neck, i. 720.

Rebeck, a sort of fiddle, i. 205.

Receipt, receptacle, iii. 481.

Recheat, a note on the horn, i. 699.

Reck, to regard, iii. 339.

Record, to chant, i. 37, ii. 208.

Recorder, a musical instrument resembling a flute, iii. 401.
Recover the wind of me, a hunting expression, iii. 367.

Recure, to recover, ii. 549.

Rede, counsel, advice, iii. 339.

Red-lattice, the denotement of an ale-house, i. 586, 626.
Red-lattice phrases, ale-house phraseology, i. 654.

Reduce, to restore, to bring back to a former state, ii. 575.

Reechy, discoloured by smoke, i. 719.

Refelled, refuted, ii. 631.

Regard, reflection, observation, iii. 741, 752.

Regiment, directorship, rule, iii. 558.

Reguerdon, recompence, ii. 307, 312.
Relume, to relight, iii. 701.

Remarkable, profoundly striking, iii. 577.

Remember thy courtesy, discontinue ceremony, i. 83.
Remembered, reminded, iii. 778.

Remembrance, memorial, iii. 680.

Remonstrance, exhibition, manifestation, ii. 634.*

Remorse, pity, tenderness of feeling, i. 31, 319, ii. 373, 631,

iii. 681.

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Sagittary, officers' residence at the arsen of Venice, iii. 708.
Said, done, i. 601, ii. 143, 349, iii. 220.

Sail, pomp, swell, ii. 70, iii. 773.

Saint George, an English war cry, ii. 581.

Saint Helen Meteor, iii. 48.

Saint Jaques le grand, shrine of at Compostella, ii. 56.

Saint Nicholas, patron saint of scholars and cutpurses,
i. 43, 521.

Sallet, a helmet, ii 384.

Sallets, or salte, Atticism, piquancy, iii. 355.

Salt, salt-cellar, i. 25.

Saltiers, corruption of satyrs, iii. 234.

Salute, to move, to exhilarate, ii. 665, iii. 778.

Samingo, San Domingo, an old burden to drinking songs,

i. 621.

Sanded, of a sandy colour, i. 385.

Satire, a satirist, iii. 775.

Saucy, prurient, ii 44.

'Say, assay, taste, evidence, iii. 112.

'Sayed, assayed, ii. 183, iii. 112.

Scaled, dispersed, iii. 315.

Scamble, to seize, to scramble, to rifle, i. 319, ii. 64.

Scamels, or sea-mells, sea-birds, iii. 27.

Scapes, lapses, slips, iii. 221, 745.

Scarfed bark, vessel decorated with flags, i. 407.

Scathe, to damage, i. 170,

Scogan, Henry and John, i. 627.

Sconce, a fortification, ii. 88.

Sconce, the head, i. 118, 122, iii. 161, 387.

Scone stone, iii. 518.

Score, to mark, to brand i. 117, iii. 689.

Scorn it with the heels, a manner of scornful rejection,

i. 401, 721.

Scotch, to wound, to notch, iii. 493.

Scrimers, fencers, iii. 384.
Scroyles, scabby rogues, i 296.
Scrubbed, stunted, i. 434.
Sculls, shoals, iii. 315.

'Scuse, excuse, i. 430, iii. 687.
Scut, a tail, i. 681.

Scylla and Charybdis, i. 440.

Seals on deeds, i. 485.

Sear, to stigmatize, to close up, ii. 712, iii. 208.

Season, preservative, iii. 498.

Secret, separated, devoted, iii. 425, 607.

Secure, careless, to make over-confident, i. 487, 653, 658, 662,

ii. 296, iii. 96, 279, 344.

Secure, to assure, ii. 475

Securely, carelessly, over-confidently, i. 462, iii. 304.

Security, carelessness, over-confidence, i. 469, iii. 431, 498.

See, to, to the sight, iii. 766.

Seel, in falconry, to sew up the eyes, iii. 494, 564.

Seen, versed, practised, skilled, i. 238.

Seldom comes the better, a proverbial saying, ii. 534.

Sense, to the, to the quick, iii. 698.

Septentrion, the north, ii. 409

Sequester, a separation, iii. 683.

Sere, tickled o' the, easily moved to mirth, iii. 353.
Sergeant, anciently one of the king's guard, iii. 472.
Serpigo, leprosy, ii. 611.

Servant, a follower, an admirer, i. 43.

Sessa, be quiet, i. 227, iii. 92.

Set, a term in music, i. 7.

Set a match, to plan a robbery, i. 513.

Set up his rest, to stake all, i. 150, 203.
Setebos, a demon, iii. 48.

Seven ages of man, ii. 172.
Several, private, i. 63, iii. 781.
Several, manifold, ii. 10.
Shale, a case, a shell, ii. 99.
Shards, broken fragments, iii. 390.

Shards, scaly wings of a beetle, iii. 494, 553.

Shaven Hercules, the, i. 719.

Sheaf, iii. 339.

Sheen, brightness, splendour, i. 349, iii. 362.

Sheep, pronounced ship, i. 4.

Sheer, pure, unmixed, i. 229, 488.

Shent, undone, ruined, reproved, i. 648, iii. 179, 283.

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