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These sorrowful drops upon thy blood-stain'd face,
Mar. Teär for tear and loving kiss for kiss
Luc. Come hither, boy; come, come, and learn of us
Boy. O grandsire, grandsire! even with all my heart Would I were dead, so you did live again! O Lord, I cannot speak to him for weeping; My tears will choke me, if I
open my mouth. Enter Attendants, with Aaron. 1 Rom. You sad Andronici, have done with woes; Give sentence on this execrable wretch, That hath been breeder of these dire events.
Luc. Set him breast-deep in earth, and famish him ;
I do repent it from my very soul.
BY, to pay dear for, mort, sunk, dispirited.
Ancient, an ensign, or standard-
Antres, caves and dens. Accite, to call or Appeach, to impeach. summons.
Apple-John, a species of apple that Aconitum, wolfsbane.
will keep for two years, in French Adam, the name of an outlaw, noted
deux-ans; a pimp: for his skill in archery. 'Much Approof, approbation, or someAdo.
times, proof, confirmation. Adam Cupid, an allusion to the Aqua vite, usquebaugh. same person.
Arabian bird, the phenix. Addrest, ready, prepared.
Argentine goddess, regent of the Advertising, attentive.
silver moon. Aery or Aiery, a nest, a brood. Argier, Algiers. Affect the letter, to practise allite- Argosies, ships of great burthen. ration.
Aroint, ávaunt, or be gone.
those who tasted wine for princes. Aglet-baby, a figure formed on the Assinego, an ass, a foolish fellow.
tag of a point: from aiguillettes. Astringer, a gentleman falconer; Agnize, acknowledge, confess, from austercus, a goshawk. avow.
At point, completely armed. Aiery. See Aery.
Atomies, minute particles discern. Airy fame, verbal eulogium.
able when the sun breaks into a Alder-liefést, preferred to all darkened room.
things; from leve or lefe, dear, Attasked, taken to task, censured. and alder, of all.
Attent, attentive. A'life, at life. Amazonian chin, a chin without a Baccare, a proverbial word, of beard.
doubtful meaning Ames-ace, two aces, the lowest Bale, bane, ruin, misfortune. chance of the dice.
Baldrick, á belt.