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Jack guardant, a jack in office Leather-coats, a species of Loggats, a game played with Jaded, treated with contempt, apple

pins of wood worthless

Leave, to part with, to give Longing, longed for Jar, the noise made by the Leech, a physician [away Longly, longingly (the wind

pendulum of a clock Leer, feature, complexion Loof, to bring a vessel close to Jauncing, jaunting

Leet, court-leet, or court of the Loon, or lown, a base fellow Fesses, straps of leather by

Lop, the branches which the hawk is held on Legerity, lightness, nimbleness Lot, a prize the fist Leges, alleges

Lottery, allotment Jest, to play a part in a mask Leiger, resident

Lover, a mistress Yet, to strut

Leman, lover, mistress Lowted, treated with contempt Jovial, belonging to Jove Lenten, short and spare Lowts, clowns Journal, daily [into agitation L'envoy, moral or conclusion Losel, a dishonest fellow Jump, to agree with, to put Let, to hinder [of a poem Lunes, lunacy, frenzy Jump, bazard, to venture at Let be, to desist

Lurch, to purloin, to deprive Lump, just

Lewd, ignorant, idle, wicked Lure, a thing stuffed to tempt Justicer, justice, judge Lewdly, wickedly

the hawk Fut, to encroach

Libbard, or lubbar, a leopard Lush, rank, a dark full colour Futty, to project

Liberal, licentious or gross in Lustick, lusty, cheerful, pleaJuvenal, a youth

language

Lusty, saucy

(sant Liberty, libertinism

Luxurious, lascivious Keech, a solid lump or mass License, an appearance of Luxuriously, wartonly Keel, to cool

licentiousness

Luxury, lust
Keisar, Cæsar (soldiers Lie, to reside, to be imprisoned Lym, a blood-hound
K'ernes, light-armed Irish foot Liefest, dearest
Key-cold, as cold as iron Lieger, an ambassador at a Mace, a sceptre
Kicksy-wicksy, a pet name for Lijter, a thief foreign court Magot-pie, magpie
wife

Light o' love, a dance tune Magnifico, a chief man Kiln-hole, a place into which Lightly, commonly, in ordi- grandee at Venice

coals are put under a stove Lightness, levity (nary course Mailed, wrapped up, covered Kind, nature, species Like, to compare

Malich, a wicked art Kindless, unnatural

Likelihood, similitude (virtue Makest, dost [wench Kindly, naturally

Likeness, specious or seeming Malkin, a scullion, a coarse Kindly, kindred

Liking, condition of body Mall, Mrs., alias Mary Frith, kinged, ruled by

Limbeck, a vessel used in dis- or Moll Cutpurse K'insman, near relative

tilling

Mallecho, mischief Kirtle, part of a woman's dress Limbo parium, in confinement Valt-worms, tipplers Knave, servant

Lime, bird-lime (or prison Vammering, hesitating Knife, a sword or dagger Lime, to cement

Mammets, puppets Knots, figures planted in box Limed, entangled or caught, as Mammock, to cut in pieces Know, to acknowledge

with bird-lime

Man, to tame a hawk tion Know of, to consider

Limit, appointed time Minage, conduct, administra

Limited, appointed, regular, Mandrake, a root supposed to Labras, lips [town orderly

have the shape of a man Laced multon, a woman of the Limits, estimates, calculations Mankind, masculine Lackeying, moving like a Lined, delineated

Marches, the borders, limits, lackey or page Link, a torch of pitch

or confines Lag, the fag-end

Linstock, the staff to which the Marchpane, a species of sweetLances, lance-men

match is fixed when ord- Martlemas, the latter spring Land-damn, to banish

nance is fired

Match, an appointment, a Lands, landing-places List, the bound or limit Mate, to confound (compact Lapsed, time suffered to slip Lither, flexible, yielding Mated, amazed, dismayed Large, licentious (tress Littre, miniature

Meacock, a dastardly creature Lass-lorn, forsaken of his mis- Livelihood, appearance of life Mealed, sprinkled or mingled Latch, to lay hold of

Livery, a law phrase belonging Mean, the tenor in music Latched or letched, licked over to the feudal tenures Mean, the middle Lute, lately

Living, estate, property Means, interest, pains Lated, belated, benighted Living, speaking, manifest, Measure, the reach Latten, thin as a lath

Loach, a small fish (actual | Measure, a stately solemn Lavoltas, a kind of dances Lob, looby, a term of contempt Veasure, means (dance Laund, lawn

Lockram, some kind of cheap Mezels, lepers Lay, a wager

Lode-star, the pole star linen Medal, portrait Lenguer, the camp

Lodged, laid by the wind Medicine, a she-physician Leasing, lying Luffe, to laugh

Meed, reward

(meat

GLOSSARY.

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Meed, merit, desert, excellence Mortified, ascetic, religious Nott-pated, round - headed,
Meet, a match
Most, greatest

Novum, game at dice [cropt
Meiny, people, domestics

Motion, a kind of puppet-show Nouzle, to nurstle a fondling
Mell, to meddle with 11otion, divinitory agitation Nowl, a head
Memory, memorial
Motion, desires

Nurture, education
Mephistophilus, the name of a Motions, indignation Nuthood, a catchpole
spirit or familiar

Motive, assistant or mover,
Mercatante, a merchant that which contributes to Obligations, bonds
Mere, exact, entire, absolute Mould, earth (motion Observing, religiously attentive
Mered, mere

Mouse, to mammock, to tear to Obsequious, serious, as
Messes, degrees about court Mouse-hunt, a weasel (pieces funeral obsequies, careful of
Metal, temper

Moy, a piece of money or a Obstacle, obstinate [business
Metaphysical, supernatural measure of corn

Occupation, men occupied in
Mete-yard, measuring-yard Much, an expression of disdain Occurrents, incidents
Mewed, confined [thief Much, strangc, wonderful Oe, a circle eye. See Eyliads
Micher, a truant, a lurking Muck-water, drain of a dung- Oeiliad, a cast or glance of the
Miching, playing truant, hill

O'er-dyed, dyed too much
skulking about

Muffler, a kind of dress for the O'er-farted, having too conMien, countenance

lower part of the face

siderable a part
Mince, to walk with affected Aluliters, muleteers sed Oer-raught, over-reached

delicacy (brance, reminding Mulled, softened and dispirit- O'er-wrested, wrested beyond Minding, calling to remem- Multiplied, multitudinous Of, through [the truth Mineral, a mine

Multiplying, multiplied Old, frequent, more than Minnow, a small river fish, a Multitudinous, full of multi- Old age, ages past [enough term of contempt

tudes [from mummies Oneyers, accountants, bankers Minstrelsy, office of minstrel Mummy, the liquor procured Operant, active (character Misconceived, misconceivers Mundane, worldly

Opinion, obstinacy, conceit,
Miscreate, ill-begotten, ille- Mure, a wall

Opposite, adverse, hostile, ad-
gitimate
Murky, dark

Opposition, combat

(versary Misdoubt, to suspect

Murrain, a plague in cattle Or, before
Misery, avarice

Muse, to admire, to wonder Orbs, rings made by the fairies
Misprised, mistaken
Muss, a scramble

on the ground
Misprising, despising, or un- Mutine, to rise in mutiny Order, measures
dervaluing
Mutines, mutineers

Ordinance, rank
Missives, messengers

Orgulous, proud, disdainful
Mistaken, misrepresented Napkin, handkerchief Osprey, a kind of eagle
Mistempered, angry
Napless, threadbare

Ostent, show, ostentation
Misthink, to think ill Nature, natural parent Ostentation, show, appearance
Mistress, the jack in bowling Nay-word, a watch-word or Overblow, to drive away, to
Mobled, ormabled, veiled, Neat, finical [by-word keep off
muffled up

[things Neb or nib, the mouth Overture, opening or discovery Mode, the form or state of Neeld, needle

Ounce, a small tiger, or tigerModel, image, representative, Neif, fist [lineal descendant Ouph, fairy, goblin (cat copy

Nephew, a grandson or any Ousel-cock, the cock blackbird
Modern, trite, common, mean- Nether-stocks, stockings Out, begone
Modesty, moderation (ly pretty Newt, the eft

Out, full, complete
Module, model, pattern Next, nearest

Outlook, to face down
Moe, or mowe, to make mouths Nice, silly, trifling

Outvied, defeated, a terin at
Moiety, a portion (softening Nick, reckoning or count the game of gleek [affairs
Mollification, pacification, Nick, to set a mark of folly on Outward, not in the secret of
Momé, a dull stupid blockhead Nighted, made dark as night Owe, to own, possess, govern
Momentany, momentary Night-rule, frolic of the night Ox-lip, the greater cowsüp
Mood, anger, resentment, Nill, shall not
Moody, melancholy(manner Nine men's morris, a game Pack, to make a bargain
Moon-calf, inaniniate Nobility, distinction, eminence Pack, combined, an aun-
shapeless mass
Nobless, nobleness

plice Moonish, variable

Noddy, fool, a game at cards Packings, plottings, under-
Mope, to appear stupid Noontide-nick, noontide point hand contrivances
Moral, secret meaning

on the dial

(turn Paddock, toad Morisco, Moor or Moorish, or Nonce, on purpose, for the Pageant, a dumb show morris

|Nook-shotten, that which shoots Paid, punished Morris-pike, Moorish pike

Pain, penalty Mortal-staring, that which Northern-man, vir borealis, a Pains, labour, toil Siares fatally

clown

1 Palabras, words

an

into capes

a crown

tain parts

Pale, to empale, encircle with Pennons, small flags

Possessed, acquainted with, Perch, a measure of five yards fully informed (ness Pall, to wrap, to invest

and a half

Possessed, afflicted with mad Pallet, vapid Perdurable, lasting

Potch, to push violently Palmers, holy pilgrims Perdy, par Dieu, a French oath Potents, potentates (perfume Palmy, victorious

Perfect, certain, well informed Pouncet-box, a small box for Palter, to juggle, or shuffle Perfections, liver, brain, and Power, forces, an army Paper, to write down, or ap- heart

Practice, unlawful or insidious point by writing

Perjure, a perjured person stratagem [able arts Paper, written securities Periapts, charms sewed up Practise, to employ unwarrantParcel, reckon up

and worn about the neck Practisants, confederates in Parcel-gilt, gilt only on cer- Perspectives, telescopes

stratagems Pervert, to avert

Prank, to adorn, to dress osParish-top, a large top former- Pew-fellow, a companion tentatiously, to plume ly kept in every village to be Pheere. See Feere

Precedent, original draft whipped for exercise Pheese, to tease or beat, to Precept, a justice's warrant Paritor, an apparitor, an comb or curry

Precisian, a great pretender officer of the bishop's court Pia mater, the membrane to sanctity Parle, parley

covering the substance of Prefer, to recommend, to adParlous, perilous

Pick, to pitch (the brain Pregnancy, readiness (vance Parlous, keen, shrewd Picked, nicely dressed, foppish Pregnant, ready, plain, eviPart, to depart Pickers, the hands

dent, apposite (mankind Partake, to participate Picking, insignificant (site Pregnant enemy, the enemy of Parted, shared

Pick-thank, an officious para- Premised, sent before the time Parted, endowed with parts Piece, a word of contempt for Prenominate, already named Participate, participani, par-|Pield, shaven [a woman Pre-ordinance, ordinance alPartizan, a pike (ticipating Pight, pitched, fixed

ready established Parts, party

Pilcher, a pilche, the scabbard Presence, the presence-chamPash, a head

Pilied, pillaged

[eye ber, a public room Pash, to strike with violence Pin and weó, disorders of the Presence, dignity of mien, Pashed, bruised, crushed Pinnace, a small shipof burden Prest, ready [form, figure Pass, to decide, to assure or Pix, a small chest in which the Pretence, design, intention convey

consecrated host was kept Pretend, to intend, design Pass, to exceed, to go beyond Placket, a petticoat

Pretended, purposed or incommon bounds

Plague, to punish [cantu Prevent, to anticipate (tended
Passed, excelling, past all ex- Plain song, the chant, in plano Prick, the point on the dial
pression or bounds
Plainly, openly

Pricks, prickles, skewers
Passes, what has passed Plaited, complicated, involved Prig, to filch
Passing, eminent, egregious Planched, made of planks Prime, youth
Passion, suffering
Plants, the feet

Prime, prompt

(important Passionate, a prey to mournful Platforms, plans, schemes Primer, more urgent, more sensations

Plausive, gracious, pleasing, Primero, a game at cards Passioning, being in a passion popular

Principals, rafters of a buildPassy-measure, a dance Pleached, folded in each other ing Pasiry, the room where pastry Plot, piece or portion Princox, a coxcomb, or spoiled was made

Point, a metal hook fastened Probal, probable (child Patch, a fool, from his wearing to the hose or breeches Process, summons

a parti-coloured coat Point, the utmost height Procure, to bring [ous Pith, to walk

Point-de-vie, exactly Prodigious, portentous, ominPathetical, deeply affected Points, tags to the laces Proface, much good may it do Patient, to make patient, to Poise, weight or moment you

(coming compose

Polled, bared, cleared Profession, end and purpose of Patines, round broad plates Pomander, a ball made of per-Progress, a royal journey of Pavin, a dance

fumes

state Paucas, few

Pomewater, a species of apple Project, to shape or form Pay, to beat, to hit

Poor-john, hake dried and Prompture, suggestion, tempt. Peat, little pet Popinjay, a parrot (salted ation

(prompt Pedascule, a pedant Popularity, plebeian inter- Prone, sometimes humble, or Peer, to come out, to appear Port, external pomp [course Proof, confirmed state of manPeevish, foolish Port, a gate

hood Peize, to balance, to keep in Portable, bearable

Propagate, to advance or imsuspense, to weigh down Portance, carriage, behaviour Propagation, getting prove Pelting, paltry, petty, incon- Possess, to inform, to make to Proper, well-looking, handsiderable understand

some

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Proper-false, proper or fair, Quintain, a post set up for Regard, look nity
and false or deceitful

various exercises

Regiment, government, autho-
Propertied, taken possession of Quips, reproaches and scoffs Regreet, exchange of salutation
Properties, incidental neces- Quire, to play in concert Reguerdon, recompenee, re-
saries to a theatre.
Quit, quitted

connected
Property, due performance Quit, to requite or answer Relative, nearly related, or
Property, a thing quite at dis- Quittance, return of obliga- Remembered, remembering
posal

Quiver, nimble, active [tions Remembrance, admonition
Propose, to image, to imagine Quote, to observe or regard Remorse, pity, tenderness of
Proposing, conversing, (state

heart

[ness
Propriety, regular, and proper Rabato, an ornament for the Remotion, removal or remote-
Prorogue, to lengthen or pro- neck

Removed, remote, sequestered
Provand, provender [long Rabbit-sucker, a young rabbit Render, to describe
Provencial, Provencal, from Race, original disposition, in- Render, a confession, an ac-
Provence
[province born qualities, a smack or Renege, to renounce

count
Provincial, belonging to one's Rack, wreck (flavour Repair, to renovate
Provost, sheriff or gaoler Rack, to exaggerate

Repeal, to recall
Prune, to plume

Rack, to harass by exactions Reports, reporters
Puke, a colour between russet Rack, the fleeting away of the Riproof, confutation
Pugging, thievish [and black highest clouds

Repugn, to resist
Pun, to pound

Racking, in rapid motion Reputing, boasting of
Purchase, stolen goods Rag, an opprobrious epithet Resolve, to be firmly persuaded,
Purchased, acquired by unjust Ragged, rugged

Resolve, to dissolve satisfied
methods

Rake, to cover (creature Respect, consideration, caution
Purlieu, border, enclosure Rampallion, a ramping low Respective, respectable,
Pursuivants, heralds
Rank, rate or pace

spectful, formal
Put to know, compelled to ac- Rank, grown up to a great Respective, cool, considerate
knowledge

height and strength Respectively, respectfully Putter-on, one who instigates Rapt, rapturously affected Retailed, handed down Putter-out, one who places out Rapture, a fit

Reverb, to reverberate money at interest

Rarely, curiously, happily Revolts, revolters
Putting-on, spur, incitement Ruscal, applied to lean deer Rib, to enclose
Puttock, a degenerate species Rash, heady, thoughtless, Rid, to destroy
of hawk
quick, violent

Rift, split
Rash remonstrance, premature Riggish, wanton
Quail, to faint, to sink Rated, chided discovery Right, just, even
(itaint, fantastical

Ravin, to devour eagerly Right-drawn, drawn in a right
Quaint-mazes, a game running Ravin, ravenous

Rigol, a circle (cause the figure of eight (tion Ravined, glutted with prey Ringed, environed, encircled (uaked, thrown into trepida- Raught, reached (ful Ripe, come to the height Qualify, to lessen, moderate Raw, ignorant, unripe, unskil- Rivage, the bank or shore Quality, confederates. (of life Rawly, young and helpless Rivality, equal rank Quality, profession, condition Rayed, bewrayed

Rivals, partners Quarrel, a quarrelier, the Razed, slashed, raised Rive, to burst, to fire cause of a quarrel killed Rear-mouse, a bat

Roques, vagrants Quarry, the game after it is Reason, discourse

Romage, rummage Quart d'ecu, fourth part of Reason, to talk, to argue for konyon, a despicable person a French crown

Rebeck, an old musical instru- Rood, the cross Quarter, the allotted posts,

Rook, to squai down station

Receiving, ready apprehension Rupery, roguery (Quat, a pin:ple [unsettled Receipt, receptacle

Rope-tricks, abusive language
Queasy, squeamish, delicate, Recheate, a sound by which the Rother, a provincial name for
Quell, to murder, to destroy dogs are called back
Quern, a hand-mill

Reck, to care for, to mind, to Round, rough, un«eremonious (uest, inquest or jury, search, attend to

Rounded, whispered expedition

Recorder, a kind of flute or Rounding, whispering
Question, conversation Recure, to recover (Hageolet Roundei, a country dance
Questrist, one who goes in Red-lattice, the sign of an ale- Roundure, circle
search of another

Reduce, to bring back [house Rouse, a draught of jollity
Quests, reports

Red-plazue, the erysipelas Royal, due to a king
Quick, lively, spritely, living Reechy, discoloured by smoke, Royalty, nobleness, supre.re
Quicken, to animate

smoky, greasy

excellence Quiddits, subtilties Refell, to refute

Roynish, mangy, or se bly Quillets, law chicanery Refer, to reserve to

Ruddock, the redbreast

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Ruff, the folding of the tops of Seen, versed, practised Skains-mates, loose companboots (turbance Seld, seldom

Skinker, a tapster Ruffie, to riot, to create dis- Semblably, in resernblance, Skirr, to scour, to ride hastily Ruilling, rustling (ruin Seniory, seniority (alike Slack, to neglect Ruin, displeasure producing Sennel, a flourish on cornets Slave, to treat as a slave Ruth, pity, compassion Sense, reason, natural affec- Sleave, the ravelled knotty

tion, feeling, sensual passion part of the silk [sledge Sacring-bell, bell announcing Sensible, having sensation Sledded, riding in a sled or

the approach of the host Septentrion, the north Slights, subtle practices Sadly, seriously

Sequestration, separation Slips, a contrivance of leather, Sadness, seriousness Sere or sear, dry

to start two dogs at the same Sagg or swagg, to sink down Serpigo, a kind of tetter

time Sallet, a helmet Sessa, be quiet

Sliver, to cut a piece or slice Saltiers, satyrs Serve, to fulfil

Slops,

loose breeches, Sanded, of a sandy colour Serve, to accompany

trowsers Satisfy, rest with satisfaction Set, seated

Slough, the skin which the serSavage, sylvan, uncultivated, Setebos, a species of devil pent annually throws off Savageness, wildness (wild Several, separated, appropri- Slubber, to do anything careSaw, not a proverb, but the ated

lessly, imperfectly, to obwhole tenor of any discourse Sewer, an officer who placed scure Say, silk

the dishes on the table Smirched, soiled or obscured Say, a sample, a taste or relish Shame, to disgrace

Sneap, to check or rebuke, a Scaffoliage, the gallery part of Shame, modesty

Sneaping, nipping (rebuke the theatre (poor, filthy Shard-borne, borne by sbards Sneck-up, a cant phrase, “go Scald, a word of contempt, or scaly wings

hang yourself" Scale, to disperse, to put to Shards, the wings of a beetle Snuff. hasty anger Scaled, over-reached (flight Shards, broken pots or tiles Snuffs, dislikes Scaling, weighing

Sharked, picked up as a shark Soil, spot, turpitude, reproach Scall, an old word of reproach

collects his prey

[lustre Solely, alone Scamble, to scramble

Sheen, shining splendour, Solicit, courtship Scamell, a limpet

Sheer, pellucid, transparent Solicit, to excite Scan, to examine nicely Shent,

scolded, rebuked, Soliciting, information Scant, to be deficient in, to ashamed, disgraced Solidares, an unknown coin contract

[tion Shent, to reprove harshly Sometimes, formerly Scantling, measure, propor-Sheriff's-post, a large post set Sooth, truth Scapes of wit, sallies, irregu- up at the door of that officer Sooth, sweetness larities

for affixing proclamations, Sorriest, worthless, vile Scarfed, decorated with flags Shive, a slice

[&c. Sorry, sorrowful or dismal Scath, destruction, harm Shot, a shooter

Sorel, a deer during his third Scath, to do an injury Shovel-board, a game (dog

year Scathful, mischievous, de-Shoughs, shocks, a species of Sort, a company, a pack, structive

Shouldered, rudely thrust into ranks and degrees of men Sconce, the head, or a petty Shrewd, having the qualities Sort, to happen, to agree fortification

Shrift, confession (of a shrew Sort, the lot Scotched, cut slightly Shrive, to confess, to call to Sort and suit, figure and rank Scrimens, fencers

confession

Sot, a fool Scrip, a writing, a list Shul-up, to conclude

Soul-fearing, soul-appalling Scroyles, scabby fellows Side-sleeves, long sleeves Sound, to declare or publish Sculls, great numbers of fishes Siege, stool, seat, rank Sound, soundly

swimming together Sight, the perforated part of a Sowl, to pull by the ears Scutched, whipt, carted Sightless, unsightly [helmet Sowter, perhaps the name of Seal, to strengthen or com- Sign, to show, to denote Spanned, measured (a hound Seam, lard

(plete Silly, simple or rustic Specialty, particular rights Sea-mell, the sea-mew Silly, sooth, plain, simple truth Sped, the fate decided Ser, to stigmatize, to close. Sincere, honest

Speed, event (bars, &c. See Sere. (impress Sinew, strength

Sperr, to shut up, defend by Season, to temper, to infix, to Single, weak, debile, small, Spleen, humour, caprice, spirit. Seasoned, established or set- void of duplicity or guile resentment (ous speed Seat, throne (tled by time Sink-a-pace, cinque-pace, a Spleen, violent hurry, tumultuSet, a cutting in gardening dance

Spleens, inclination to spiteful Seel, to sew up

Sir-reverence, a corruption of Spot, stain or disgrace (mirth Seling, blinding

Sith, since (save-reu

reverence Spotted, wicked Seeming, specious, hypocritic-Sithence, thence

Sprag, or spackt, apt to learn Seming, seemly (all Sizes, allowances of victuals Spread, lo stand separately

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