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Growing-accruing, i. 222

Hillo, ho, boy !-falconers' encouragement
Grow to a point-come to business, i. 357 to hawks, üi. 121
Grudges-murmurs of discontent, iii. 551

Hiren, ii. 142
Grype-the gryphon, or griffin, a vulcure, His—used for the impersonal its, i. 570,

ii.
iii. 691

46, 667, iii. 576, 549, 660
Guard-to ornament with a border, i. 411, Hit it, can you—a song or dance, i. 315
773

Ho!-stop! iii. 184
Guidon, a standard, ii, 228

Ho! ho! 'ho!-a fiendish or supernatural
Gules, in heraldry--red, iii. 85, 135

laugh, i. 381
Gulf-the throat, the swallow, iii. 32

Hoar--to make white with leprosy, iij. 87
Gull-a young unfeathered bird, ii. 110. Hobby-horse--a by-word for an abandoned
Gust-taste, i. 628, 681

woman, i. 309, 682
Gyve-a shackle, a fetter, ii. 682

Hob nob-hit or miss, i. 658
Holla !-a term of the manège, i. 481

Honesty-chastity, liberality, i. 457, 597,
HACKET, Marian of Wincot, i. 511

694, iii. 71, 140
Haggard-a wild unreclaimed hawk, i. Hood-in falconry, to cover the hawk's
262, ii. 700

eyes with a hood, ü. 219..
Halcyon-a bird, f. 760

Hope--to expect, ii. 679, iii, 485
Halidom, by my-an old oath, i. 82

Horologe-a clock, ii. 688
Hall, a hall 1-make room, ii. 610

Hot-house-a house of ill fame, i. 156
Hand, to bear in-to encourage, to buoy Housewife--a hussy or harlot, iïi. 534
up, i. 278, 546, iii. 22

However-anyway, i. 49
Handfast-mainprize, at large on security, Hox-to hough, to hamstring, i. 682

Hugger-mugger-secretly, by stealth, üi.
Handsaw – corruption of hernshaw, or 164
heron, iii. 133

Hull-to toss to and fro like a ship, ii 755.
Hangman-rogue, rascal, a name given to Humorous - perverse, capricious, i. 461
Cupid, i. 264

Humorous-man--the actor, who personated
Happy-accomplished, iii. 297.

fantastic characters, iii. 132
Happy man be his dole-a trite phrase, i. Humour of forty fancies, iii. 537
124, 517

Hundred merry Tales, i. 251
Hard to bear-to mistrust, to doubt, to fear, Hunt counter-to track the scent back-
iii. 424, 432, 443

ward, ii. 128, ii. 164
Harlocks-wild mustard, ii. 789

Hurly-burly-uproar, tumult, iii. 1
Harlotry-a term of reproach, i. 92, Hurtling-justling, i. 497
721

Husbandry-thrift, iii. 13
Harlots-base companions, villains, i. 235 Hyen-a Hyæna, i. 493,
Harness-armour, iii. 526

Hysterica passio—the disease called the
Harrow-to subdue, to overcome, iii. 105 mother, ii. 764
Harry-to harass, iii. 505
Has the mends in her own hands-must 1--the old form of

ay,

i. 50, iii. 765
make the best of it, üi. 189

I cannot tell, ii. 130
Haughty-high, ii. 273

Ides-the Roman name for particular days,
Haunt-company, iii. 157.

ii. 418
Have an eye of-to see through, iii. 132 Idle-crazy, wild, mad-brained, i. 590, 601,

.
Having-fortune, revenue, possession, i.

iii. 84, 143,
I18, iii. 773

Idle--infertile, ii. 673
Havoc, cry-a signal for indiscriminate Idle bed-bed of idleness, iii. 430
slaughter, i. 753, iii. 377

l' fecks—in faith, i. 679
Hay-a dance, i. 330

Ignomy-ignominy, ii. 118
Heaven to earth-an asseveration, ü. 114 'ild you-yield you,
Heavy night-a thick, cloudy night, ü. 725 504, iii. 163
Hefts-heavings, i. 688

111-badly, iii. 683
Helpless-giving no help, i. 209, üi. 656 Ill-erected-erected for evil, ii. 47
Hence--henceforward, ii. 183

Ill-inhabited-ill-lodged, i, 484
Henchman-a page, i, 361

Ill-sorted-ill-accompanied, ii, 144
Hent-to take, i. 191, 710

Imbared-to lay bare, ii. 190
Hent--a purpose, iii. 152

Immanity-cruelty, ferocity, ii. 297
Herb-grace-rue, iii. 166

Imp--son, ii. 222
Here with me-mocking me with oppro- Imp-to amend a hawk's wing, ii. 20
brious gestures,
i. 681

Impair-unsuitable, unbecoming, iii. 240
Hereby-as it may happen, i. 302

Impartial--neutral, i. 195
Hermits-beadsmen, iii. 10

Impeachment-hindrance, ii. 217
Hest-command, i. 9, 26, 35,

Imperial-imperious, iii. 176
Hey non nonny-old ballad burden, iii. 166 Imperseverant-imperceptive, iïi. 304
Hide fox and all after-the game of hide Impleached-interwoven, intertwined, üi.
and seek, iii. 159

772
High-men-false dice, i. ror

Importance-significance, i. 733

i.
Hight-called, named, i. 297

Important-importunate, i. 234, 250, tor,
High-rides-high-days, i. 759

673, 746, ii. 790
Hild-held. iii. 705

Impose-bidding, requirement, i. 83
Hilding-degenerate, ii. 123

Impossible-incredible, i. 251, 580
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i. 474

Impress-a device, a motto, ii. 29

Jest to take part in a mask or revel,
Imputaticn-reputation, iii. 203
In blood-with the blood up, i. 316

Jet-to strut, i. 645, iii. 610
In by the week-a saying, 1. 331

Jew, incony, i. 311
In deed-in fact, in form, iij. 122

Jig; an extempore performance of the
In few-in short, in brief, i. 6, 521, ii. 125

clown after a play, jii. 135
In print-precisely, to the letter, i. 59 John-a-dreams-a sleepy, muddle-headed
Incapable-insusceptible, unintelligent, ii.

fellow, iii. 137
470

Joint-ring-a divided ring used as a love.
Incarnadine-encrimson, ii. 16

token, il. 723
Inch-island, iii. 3

Joint-stool, a-an old proverbial saying, i.
Inclip-to embrace, iii. 499

530
Incony-delicate, fine, pretty, i. 311

Judas and his red beard, i. 486
Increase-produce, iii. 749

Jump-to agree. 420
Indent-contract, ii. 68

Justice. a Morality character, i. 159
Indifferent-impartial, passable, moderate, Justicer-a justice, ii. 779, 787; iii. 330
i. 543, ii. 26, 553. iii. 131

Jutty-to projsct, to jut out, ii. 207
Indirectly-wrongfully, i. 747
Induction-beginning, entrance, ii. 88
Indurance-confinement, ii. 584

KAM, clean-rigmarole, üü. 378

Keel-to cool or skim, i. 350
Informal-deranged, i. 196
Ingaged-disengaged, i. 619

Keep-to guard, i. 690, iii. 760

Keep-to live or reside, i. 431, iü. 434, 663
Ingenier, or Ingener--an ingenious person,
an artist, ii. 680

Keep the weather-keep the windward,

hold the supremacy, iii. 251
Ingeniously-ingenuously, iii. 70
Inhabitable-not habitable. ii. 2

Kendal-green, ii. 83
Inherit-to obtain possession, 10 possess, i.

Ketch-ox or cow fat, ii. 83

Key-cold-cold as iron, ii. 448
78, ii. 2

Kibes-chilblains, i. 100
Tahibit-to prohibit, i. 568

Kickie-wickie-term of endearment for a
Iniquity-a Morality character, i. 158

wife or mistress, i. 588
Inkhorn-a bookman, a pedant, ii. 276

Kind-nature, natural, iii. 560, 705, 709
Inkle-a kind of tape, i 715, iii. 643

Kindle-to instigate, i. 456
Inland-opposed to upland, urbanely-bred,

Kindless—unnatural, ii. 137

Kindly-pertinently, appositely, appropri.
Inn-mansion, abode, ii. 48

ately, i. 509, ii. 277, 620
Innocent--a natural, a fool, i. 609

Kindly-according to nature, ü. 756, ü.
Innocent-foolish. i. 287.
Inquisitive-inquisitor, i. 206

King's-evil--the scrofula, ii. 40
Inset-to set, 11. 127
Instance-object, purpose, i. 603

Knap--to break or crack, i. 422
Instance-indication, proof, ii. 711

Knave-a servitor, ii. 664
Intend-pretend, i. 545, ii. 490, iii. 70,

Knot-grass-a plant supposed to possess

the property of stunting animal growth,
682

i. 378
Intenible-incapable of holding, i. 575

Knois-garden figures, i. 298, ü. 39
Intention-intensity, i. 679.
Intergatories-interrogatories, i. 452, 609

.
Intrinse-intricate, ii. 760

LABEL-a seal, ii. 644
Intrinsicate-intricate, iii. 545

Labras--the lips, i. 97
Invention-imagination, i. 165

Lady-bird--a female of loose manners, ii.
Inwardness-confidence, intimacy, i. 277

604
In years-in wrinkles, i. 340

Lady of my earth-fille de terre, lady of
Irremovable-irremovably, ii. 721

my corporal part, ii. 602
11-iis, i. 749

Lai I on with a trowel-laid on thickly, 1.
I wis--certainly, truly, i. 421

458

425. 428

Lakin-ladykin or little lady, i. 30. 368
JACK-A-LENT-a puppet to be thrown at in Land-carack-a dissolute expression, ü.
Lent, i. 119

668
Jack guardant-Jack in office, ili 404 Lapwing, allusions to the, i. 153, 225, 261
Jack, or Mistress, in bowling, iii, 276

Larks, to dare, ii. 569
Jack shall have Jill-a proverbial saying, Lash-to fasten with a cord. i. 209.

Lass-lorn-forsaken by a mistress, i. 35
Jacks--keys of virginals, iii. 758

Latch-to catch, iii. 41, 754
Jacks and gills-drinking vessels. i. 542 Latched-letched, licked over, i. 372
Jar, or tick, of clocks or watches, i. 677, Late-recently, ii. 478, ii. 717

'Lated-belated, benighted, iii. 25, 513
Jauncing-hard riding, ii. 58

Latten bilbo-a sword wanting both edge
Jay--a prostitute, iii. 294

and temper, i. 97
Jealvus-suspicious, ir 656

Lattice, red- denotement of an ale-house,
Jephthah and his daughter, a popular i. 109, 586
ballad, iii 134

Laund-a lawn, üi 670
Jerk—2 twich, a sudden movement, i. 318 Laundry-a laundress, i. 99
Jesses-short thongs attached to the foot of Lead apes in hell-employment of a bear
a hawk, ii. 700

ward, i. 526

i. 381

ji. 57

iii. 213

Leaguer—a camp, i. 597

Low-men-false dice, i. 101
Learn-10 teach, iii. 564

Lower messes-inferior persons, i. 681
Leasing-lying, i. 632

Lorel-a worthless fellow, i. 696
Leather-coats-a kind of apple, ii. 179 Luce-a pike, i. 94
Leathern jerkin, ii. 80

Lunes-lunacy, mad freaks, i. 130, 692,
Leave-license, iii. 655
Leave-o cease, to part with, i. 66, 84, Lurch-to gain an easy victory, at cards,
449

iii. 363
Leer-countenance, favour, i. 491, iii. 583 Lush-succulent, i. 15
Leese-old form of lose, iii. 721

Lustick-lusty, i. 583
Leet-the court-leet, i. 513

Luxury-concupiscence, i. 202
Leg, to make a-to make obeisance, iii. Lym-a bloodhound, ii. 779

64
Leman-paramour, mistress, sweetheart, i. MACULATE-stained, spotted, i. 301.
639

Made up-finished, accomplished, iii. 97
Lenten-meagre, iii. 132

Magot-pies-magpies, iii. 29
L'envoy-a postscript or epilogue in old Mahu-a fiend, üi. 777, 785
writings. i. 310.

Mailed up-wrapped up, ii. 334
Let-to forbear, iii. 680

Main-main land, ii. 770
Let-stop, bar, hindrance, i. 71, 677, üi. Main of light-flood of light, iii. 737
118, 686

Make-a mate, iii. 723
Let the world slide-a proverbial saying, i. Make a leg--to make obeisance, iii. 64
508

Make all split-a nautical expression, i.
Letter-syllable, iii. 314

357
Level-range

in

gunnery, i. 693, 700, iii. Make a shaft or a bolt-here goes, hit or
756

miss, i. 124
Lewd-wicked, base, malicious, i. 287, ii. Make, Make the door-to do, to bar the
3, iii. 455

door, i. 217, 454, 493, iii. 111
Libbard-leopard, i. 342

Makeless-mateless, iii. 722.
Liberal-licentious, i 274, 411, ii. 682 Malkin-a homely wench, iii. 359
Lick his fingers--an old saw, ii. 646

Mall, Mistress, her picture, i. 629, 630
Lie-to reside, i. 296

Mallecho-malefaction, iii. 145
Liefest-dearest, ii. 339

Malt-worms-drunkards, ii. 74. 147
Lieger-a resident ambassador, i. 170 Mammering-hesitating, ii

. 696
Lieu-guerdon, i. 5

Mammet-a puppet, a doll, ii. 642
Lift-lifted, ii, 251

Mammock-io rend, to tear, iii. 345
Lifter-a thief, iii. 192

Manage-10 govern, i. 741, ii. 37.
Lightly-commonly, usually, ii. 478

Mandragora-a powerful opiate, ii. 702, iii.
Likes--pleases, i. 81
Liking-condition of body, i. 105, ii. 97 Mandrake-fabulously endowed with life,
Limbeck-an alembic, a vessel used in ü.
distilling, ii. 12

Mankind-a virago, iii. 388'
Limbo-a prison, ii, 592

Mankind woman-a termagant, a virago, i
Limbs of Limehouse-the long-shore 695
rabble, ii. 592

Manner--mainour, a thing stolen, i. 197
Lime-bird-lime, i. 39.

Manner, with thc-in the fact, i. 197
Limited--appointed, iii. 17

Manningtree ox roasted, ii. 86
Line-12 strengthen, ii. 78, 131

Manqueller-manslayer, ii. 134
Line-lineage, ii. 203

Many-many-numberless, iii. 150
Linstock-a match used by gunners, ii. Map-a picture, iii. 576
207

Marches-borders, boundaries, i. 191
Lip-to kiss, ii. 711

394
Lipsbury Pinf Hi, ii. 760

Marchpane--a confection, ii, cog.
Lither-lazy, idle, ii. 295.

Marian, Maid-Robin Hood's mistress, ii.
Little---miniature, i. 479, iii. 132

99
Lively-living, iii. 571

Marigold--the sunflower, i. 713
Liver--the seat of love, i. 106, 277, 32! Match, io set a-to plan a rubbery; ii. 64
Living-riches, possessions, resources, 1.451

i

Maie-to confuund, to bewilder, to destroy
Lob-clown, fool, i. 359

481

i. 219, ii. 341
Lockram-coarse linen, iii. 360

Material-full of matter, i. 485
Lodged-laid. ii. 37

Maugre-in spite of, notwithstanding, i.
Loggats-a game like skittles, iii. 174

651, ii. 806, iii. 582
'Long of-because of, i. 305, 379, ii. 428, Maund--a basket, iii. 769

Meacock--a chicken-hearted fellw, i.

532
Looseto discharge, ii. 754

Mealed-mingled, i. 183
Loose-bodied goun-dress supposed to be Mean-a term in music, i. 53
indicative of a loose woman, i. 551

Measure--a dance, i. 250
Lop--saggot wood of a tree, ii. 534

Medecinema physician, iii. 45
Lordship-dominion. i. 353,

Meeds-deserts, merits, ii. 392, 430, iii. 5S,
Love in idleness—a flower, i. 517

131
Lover-a friend, iii. 439. 447.

Meiny-retinue, ii. 764
Loves, of all-for love's sake. i. 110, 357 Mell- mix, to meddle, i. 610
Low-crooked-low-crouched, iii, 441

Memory-memorial, i. 466, iii. 392

111 331

ji. 649

iii. 133

Mends in his own hands-must make the Mouse-hunt-an animal of the weasel tribe,

best of it, iii. 189
Mephostophilus-a cant word for a gaunt Mousing-gorging. devouring, i. 753.
faced fellow, i. 96

Mowes-nouths, ludicrous antics, i. 34.
Mercatante-a merchant, i. 547
Mere-quite, i. 597

Much-an expression of contempt,

i.

494.
Mere-sole. absolute, certain, ii. 571, 685

ii. 143, üi. 61
Mered-entire, sole. iii. 575

Mule, Bajazet's, i. 603.
Merely-entirely, absolu.ely, i. 250, 434, Muleters-nuleteers, iii. 510
606, iii. 419

Mum-budget-a password, i. 144
Merie-guerdon, reward, ii. 10

Murdering-piece-a piece of artillery with
Mermaid--a siren, iii. 663

several barrels, ii. 164
Merry Greek—a wag, or humourist, üii. Music, or Musel-a gap in a hedge, iii. 667
192

Muss-a scramble, iii. 516
Metaphysical-supernatural. i. 8

My cake is dough-a proverbial saying, i.
Mete-yard-a measuring yard, i. 551

517, 559
Methoughts-methought, i. 680

My heart is full of woe-a tune, ii. 651
Mewed-a term of falconry, ii. 637
Micher-a vagabond, ii. 86

NAPKINS-handkerchiefs, iii.

449
Miching-skulking, iii. 145

Naught a while, be-a mischief on you! i.
Milch-moist, iii. 136

454
Mill-sixpences:

i.
97

Naughty-wicked, base, i.

431, ii. 781
Mince-to walk affectedly,to affect coyness, Nay-ward-a wa.ch-word, i 139, 641
i. 139, ii. 793

Near be, ne'er the near-a proverbial
Mineral-a metallic vein in a mine, iii. 153 phrase, i. 251
Minikin-a darling, ii. 779

Neat slave—a base cow-herd, ii. 760
Mirable-admirable, ini. 241

Neeld-needle, ili. 643
Miscreate-spurious, ii 188

Neglection-neglect, ii, 291, iii. 198
Miser-miserable caititf, ii. 302

Neil-fist, i. 382, ii 144
Mısprised-mistaken, i. 373

Nether-stocks-short stockings, ii, 81, 763.
Misprising-undervaluing, despising, i. 262, Next way-the nearest way, i. 572, 706, 11.
593

94
Misprison-mistake, misunderstanding, i. Nice-trivial, effeminate, dainty, i. 407, ii.
276, 373. ii. 66

125
Miss-amiss, iii. 654

Nicely-scrupulously, iii. 631
Miss-to dispense with, i. 10

Nicholas' clerks, St.-cut-purses, ii. 73
Missives--messengers, ill. 8

Nick-to mark like a fool, 1. 235
Mistaken--misapprehended, ii. 531

Nick, out of all, beyond all reckoning, i. 81
Mistful-ready to weep, ii. 234

Nicked---emasculated, iii. 516
Mobled---muftled, iii. 135.

Night-rule--a night revel, i. 372
Mock-to scoff, to gibe, ii. 598

Nill-will not, iii. 624
Model-a mould, ii. 32

Noddy—a game at cards, also, a noodle, a
Modern--ordinary, common, i. 767, ii. 633, simpleton, i. 50
iii. 41, 542

Noise-a band of musicians, ii. 141
Modo-a fiend, iii. 777, 785

Nonce--for the occasion, ii. 265
Mo-to make mouths, i. 22

None had-an archaic expression,

i.

777
Muiety-a portion, also the half, ii. 3o, iii. Nook-shotten-spawned in a corner, ii. 213
679

No point,nön point, i. 307, 335
Moist star-the moon, iii. 107

Noti-pated-round-headed, ii. 80
Mold-warp-the mole, ii 91

Novum -a game played with dice, i. 342
Mome-a blockhead, a doli, i. 216

Nurture--breeding, i. 474
Moment-import, ill. 140

Nut-hook-a beadle or catchpoll, i. 97, ü.
Monstrous unnatural, ominously pro- 181

phetic, iii. 426
Montanto-a term of fence, i. 242

0-orb, circlet or round, iii. 540
Moon-call-a false conception, h. 24

Oaths taken on the sword, ii, 122
Moonish--variable, inconstant, i. 484

Ob-ubolum, a halspenny, ii. 88
Moralize-to interpret, ill. 682

Obidicut-a fiend, ili 785
More-greater, further, i. 770, ii. 199, iïi. Obsequious-funereal, ii. 403, 448

Obsequious--obedient, submissive, ii, 664
More and less-great and small, ii. 107, Observation-rites or observances, i, 384
126, ill. 749

Observed-respectfully treated, ii, 167
More sacks to the mill-a game, i.

321

Obstacle-corruption of obstinate, i1. 303
Mortal--deadly, iii. 656

Occupation-handicraft, iii. 423
Mort o' the deer-a strain on the horn, i. Oddly-unequally, iii. 203
679

Odis-quarrel, ii. 689
Mortified-ascetic, iij. 44

Od's pittikins-God ine pity, iii. 312
Most an end-constantly, perpetually, i. 85 iliads-ogles, i. 101, ii. 799
Mot-motto, or word, i. 697

O’erparted-not equal to a part or charac-
Motion-puppet-show or puppet,

i.
57

ter, i. 343
Motion--the impulse of desire, iii. 154 O'erraught - over-reached, over-took, i.
Dlotley-a fol, i. 472, 11. 753

208, i.i. 138
Mouse-a term of endearment, i. 330, 632 O'erstrawed--o'erstrewed, iii. 677

687

155, il.

iii. 45

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Oes-circular bosses of shining metal, i. Partisan - a weapon half-pike and half
375

halberd, iii. 498
Oe-small-pox marks, i. 331

Partlet, Dame-a name for the hen, i. 695,
Of-fur, i. 701

ii. 98
Of all loves-for love's sake, i. 110, 367. Pash-head, or brow, i. 679
Offices--the apartments in great establish- Pass, passed, passing-to surpass belief or

ments where refreshments were prepared expression, 1. 99, 137, 716, ii. 434
or distributed, ii. 685

Passage--passengers, ii. 625
Old, old utis--rare, rare fun, i. 101, 288, ii Passionate-perturbed, agitated, i. 756
141

Passioning-displaying emotion, i. 87, iii.
On--pronounced orun, i. 56

675
Once--for the nonce, sometimes, i. 125,

Pass not-regard not, ii. 359
217, 246, iii. 539

Pass on, pass upon-to sentence,

i.
Oneyers--owners, ii. 74

781
Oosel-cock--the black bird, i. 370

Pa sy-measure's pavin-a dance, i. 670
Opinion, reputation, ii. 116

Pastry--the room where paste was made, ii.
Opposite-adversary, i. 652, ii. 156

64
Ore'er-before, sooner than, i. 3, 41, 779 Patch-fool or jester, i. 29, 216, 386, 414,
Or, ore-gold. iii. 158, 681
Orbs-field fairy rings, i. 359

Patchery-roguery, villany, iii. 212
Order, to take to adapt measures,

i.
522, Patience perforce, an adage, ii. 61

Patient to make patient, iii. 550
Orgulous-proud, haughty. iii. 187

Patine-the cover of the chalice anciently
Orient-pellucid. lustrous, iii 482

used to hold particles of the host; a
Orthography-orthographer, i. 256

plate, a round, bright object, i. 447
Orts--scraps, iii. 92, 453

Pauca, pauca verba, paucus. pallabris--few
Ospray-a large hawk, the sea eagle, iü. words, i. 96. 319. 508, ii. 197
400

Paul's walk, ii. 128
Ostent--appearance, parade, i. 412

Pavin-a dance, i. 670
Otherwhere—other place, i. 209

Pay-to beat, to punish, i. 136, iii. 310,
Ounce-the lynx, i. 365

324
Ouphes--elves, goblins, i. 134, 141

Peak-to mope, to pule, iii. 137
Out-past, i. 4.

Peat-a pet, i. 516
Out of all cess-out of all measure, ii.

72

Pedant--a schoolmaster, i. 534, 536, 547
Out of all nick-beyond all reckoning, i. 81 Pedascule-a pedant, i. 535
Out of thy star, iii. 129

Peeled-shaven, ii. 258
Overflown-floded, drowned, i. 382

Peevish--childish, simple, headstrong, ii.
Overlook, Overlo ked - 10 overbear. to

303. 689, iii. 464
overcome, to bewitch, i. 142, 424, 788 Peise--to weigh down, i. 424, ii. 517
Overscutched, ii. 156

Peised-balanced, weighted, i. 757
Oversee—to execute, or superintend the Pelleted-formed into pellets, or little balls,
execution of a will, iii. 704

iii. 519, 768
Overwrested-overwound, iii. 199

Pelting-palıry, despicable, i. 163, 360, ii.
Owches-bosses of gold set in diamonds, 763

Penitent--doing penance, i. 207
Owe-to own, to possess, i. 216, 366, 591, Pensioners-a band of gentlemen in ime.
ii 44, 111. 725

diate attendance on the sovereign, f. 110,

359
Pack-!0 scheme, to complot, iii. 583 Perch-a common measure, iii. 623
Packed-confederate, i. 286

Perdurable-enduring, ii. 232, 677
Packing-plotting. chicaning, ii. 771

Perdy-corruption of par Dieu, i. 229, iii.
Paddock-a toad, iii 1, 156

148
Paid--punished, ii. 82, 311

Perfect-confident, well-assured, i. 704
Painted cloth-hangings for rooms, i. 342, Periapts-amulets, ii. 299
482. iii. 685

Perjure--a perjurer, i. 320
Paiocke-peacock, iii. 148

Perplexed-distracted, frenzied, ii. 735, iii.
Palabras-few words, i. 271

293. 695
Pale-to impale, ii. 330

Person-old form of parson, i. 317.
Palled--decayed, waned, iii. 500

Perspective-to be viewed obliquely, i. 670
Palliament-a robe, iii. 551

Peruse-to examine. i. 206, iii. 170
Pantaloon, the Italian, i. 535

Pervertto avert, iii. 286
Parcel, parcel-gil-part, parti-gilt, i. 98, Pestered-impeded, encumbered, ü. 67, ii.

245
Parish-top for the public amusement, i. 628 Pew-fellow-companion, sharer. ii. 502
Paritor-an appari'or. i 312

Pheere--companion, husband or wife, iii.
Parle--speech. i. 51, ii 210

580
Parling-speaking, iii. 682

Pheeze-to tickle, i. 508. iii. 215.
Parlous-perilous, i. 368

Pbilip-a name for the sparrow, i. 745
Partake-to impart, to participate, i. 739 Phill-horse-the shaft-horse, i. 410
Partake-to take the part of, iii. 765

Phisnomy-physiognomy, i. 613
Partaker-a partner, a factionary. ii. 371 Physical-medicinal, iii. 434
Parted-endowed, imparted, i.i. 225

Pick-to pitch, ii. 592
Partially--by partiality, ii. 689

Picked-scrupulously nice, i. 327, iii. 174

ii. 142

ii. 135

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