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If I may gripe a riche man
That him shall neden fethers mo.
Withoute scalding they hem pulle. Find, v. Sax. to find, to supply, 12471. See the D. A
Fint, for findeth, 4069, 15686. Fine, fin, n. Fr. end, 4844,9980. Fine, v. Fr. to cease, 6718; R. 1797. Fine, adj. Fr. of fine force, T. v. 421, of very necesity. Fit, n. Sax. a division or fort portion of a poem, 13816.
See Gloff. Percy in v. Fittingeft, adj. fup. Sax. most fitting, A. F. 551. Fixe, adj. Fr. fixed, 11594, 16247. Flaie, for fley, pa. t. of flee, few, C. N. 213. Flaine, part. pa. of flaie, v. Sax. flaied or fead, P. 185.
Flambe, n. Fr. Aame, T. v. 302.
Flit, v. neut. Sax. to fly, P. 177, 1. 6; R. 5339; elle
fuit, orig. Flit, v. act. R. 1812, to remove. Flitering, part. pr. floating, Bo.iii. m. 9;fuitantis, orig,
Flitted, part. pa. removed, shifted, T. v. 1543.
liberal. Folie, n: Fr. folly, 3148, 1800. Folily, adv. foolishly, 9277, 15896. Folwe, v. Sax. to follow, 530, 6195. Foly, adj. foolish, R. 5006, 5085. Ford, adj. Sax. foolish, R. 5366. Fond, pa. t. of find, 3819, 10121. Fonde, v. Sax. to try, 4767, 9284; T. iii. 1161. Fong, v. Sax, to take, 4797. Fonne, n. Sax. a fool, 4087. Fonne, v. to be foolish, C. L. 458. Font-ftone, n. Sax. a font for baptizing, 5143. For, prep. Sax.pro, Lat. pour. Fr.; it is frequently pre
fixed to verbs in the infinitive mode in the French manner; for to tellen, 73; for to don, 78, pour dire, pour faire ; for to han ben, 754, pour avoir étélt
sometimes signifies--against; for percing of his herte, 13791, against, or to prevent, piercing; for fteling of the role, R. 4229, against stealing. See P. P.31; fome shall fow the facke for Theding of the wheate,
i. e. to prevent shedding. For, conj. Sax. quia, Lat. pour ce que, Fr. because that;
for him lufte to ride so, 102; for Me wolde virtue
plese, 8092; for I teche, 12374. For, in composition, has various powers; it is most com
monly intensive of the signification of the word with which it is joined, as in fordronken, fordry, forfered, &c.; sometimes privative, as in forboden, foryete; and sometimes only communicative of an ill
sense, as in forfaite, forfare, forjuged, &c. For, Fr. and ver, Belg. have similar powers in compo
sition. Forbere, v. Sax. to abstain, R. 4751. Forboden, part. på. of forbede, v. Sax. forbidden, P.242;
R. 6616. Forbrake, pa. t. broke off, Bo. iv. pr. I; abrupi, orig.' Forbrused, part. pa. Fr. forely bruised, 14532. Force, n. Fr. no force, 7711, no matter; I do no force,
6816, I care not; I do no force of your divinitee, 7094, I care not for your divinity; no force of deth, 8968, no matter for death; they yeve no force, R.
4826, they care not; de fruit avoir ne fait force, orig. Forcutte, v. Sax. to cut through, 17289. Fordo, v. Sax. to do away, to ruin, 13057. Fordon, fordo, part. pa. undone, 11866, 17239. Fordrive, ( fordriven) part. pa. Sax. driven away, R.
3782. Fordronken, part. pa. Sax. very drunken, 3122, 12608. Fordry, adj. Sax. very dry, 10723. Fordwined, part. pa. Sax. wasted away, R. 366. Fore, ( foren) part. pa. of fare, v. Sax. gone, R. 2710.
Fore, prép. Sax. is seldom used by itself; in compofi,
tion it has the power of before. Forein, n. L. W. 1960, a jakes, Gloff. Ur. from Sk.;
the context feems rather to require that it should
signify an outward court or garden. Forereting, 6. Sax. foreknowledge, 15249. Forewote, forewete, v. Sax, to foreknow, 15240. Forfaite, v. Fr. to misdo, P. 164. Forfare, v. Sax. to fare ill, R. 5388. Forfered, part. pa. Sax. much afraid, 10841; T. iv.
1411. Forgifte, n. Sax. forgiveness, L. W. 1851. Forgon, inf. v. Sax. to omit, to lose, 9959, 17244. Forgrowen, part. pa. Sax. overgrown, F. L. 45. Forjuged, part. pa. Fr. wrongfully judged, B. K. 275. Forkerve, v. Sax. to carve or cut through, 17289. Forlaft, part. pa. Sax. left off entirely, 1 2017. Forlefe, v. Sax. to lose entirely, P. 234. Forlete, v. Sax. to give over, to quit, P. 143, 1. 2. Forlore, ( forloren) part. pa. Sax. utterly lost, 3505. Forloyne, n. Fr. forlonge, a term of the chase, which lig
nifies that the game is far off, Du. 386. Forme, adj. Sax. first; Adam oure forme father, M.
256. Formest, adj. fup. Sax. first, Du. 890. Formell, A. F. 371, is put for the female of any fowl,
more frequently for a female eagle. See ver. 445,
535 Forpined, part. pa. Sax. wasted away, tormented, 205,
1455 Forsake, v. Sax. to deny, Bo. ii. pr. 3, 4. Forfaper, part. pa. Sax. transformed, T. Ü. 66. Forforonke, (forfbronken) part. pa. Sax. Shrunk up,
F.L. 358. Forfleuthe, forfouthe, forfugge, v. Sax. to lose through
Roth, 15102; P. 220.
For fongèn, part. pa. Sax. tired with singing, R. 664.
Fortuit, adj. Fr. accidental, Bo. v. pr. I,
or bad fortune, 2379.
3336. For welked, part. pa. Sax. much wrinkled, R. 360. Forwept, part. pa. Sax. having much wept,C. D. 1833. Forwered, part. pa. Sax. worn out, R. 235. Forwerie, adj. Sax. very weary, R. 3336. Forward, ( foreword) n. Sax. a promise or covenant,
831, 854. For wounded, part. pa. Sax. much wounded, R. 1830. Forwrapped, part. pa. wrapped up, 12652; P. 170. Foryelde, v, Sax. to repay, 8707; L. W. 457. Forgete, v. Sax. to forget, 1884. Foryetten, part. pa. 3055. Foster, n. Fr. R. 6329, as forfter. Foftred, part. pa. of fofter, v. Sax. nourished, 8916, 9. Fostring, n. nutriment, 7427. Fote-bot, 4858, immediately. See the n. and add to the
instances there quoted Du. 375.