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Buckle, to bend, i. 574.
Buff, the dress of a sergeant, i. 136.
Bug, a bugbear, a goblin, ii. 444, 765, iii. 392
Bulk, the breast, iii. 347.
Bully-rook, a jolly dog, i. 644,
Bung, a cutpurse, i. 590.
Burden, the base, foot, or under-song, i. 42.
Burgonet, a helmet, iii. 537.
Burst, broken, i. 255, 601.
Busky, bosky, woody, i. 553.
But, unless, except, i. 175, 300, 621, iii, 561, 572, 795.
But, only, iii. 353, 421.
Butcher of a silk button, i. 216.
Buttery bar, ii. 277.
Buxom, lusty, sprightly, buoyant, ii. 88.
Buz, buz! an interjection of impatience, iii. 354.
Buzzard, a beetle, i. 244.
By and by, immediately, i. 672, ii. 355, iii. 32,
By day and night, at all times, ii, 272, 342.
By these ten bones, a common adjuration, ii. 348.
Byʻrlakin, by our ladykin, or little lady, i. 357, iii. 32.
CADDIS, worsted galloon, i. 528, iii. 232.
Cade, a barrel, ii. 376.
Cadent, falling, iii. 70.
Cain-coloured, yellowish red, i. 686.
Cake is dough, hopes are frustrated, i. 234, 270.
Caliver, a hand-gun, i. 601.
Call, a bird-call, i. 308.
Callet, a strumpet, ii. 347, iii. 213, 693.
Callino, castore me, ii. 101.
Calm, a mispronunciation of qualm, i. 589.
Camelot, iii. 118.
Can, knows, iii. 795.
Canary, a dance with castanets, i. 64, ii. 17.
Candle-wasters, Bacchanals, revellers, i. 730.
Canker, the dog-rose, i. 701, iii. 768.
Canstick, a candlestick, i. 538.
Cantle, a slice, a corner, i. 537, üi. 559.
Cantons, cantos, ii. 243.
Canvas, to toss, ii. 292.
Can you hit it? a song, or dance, i. 70.
Capable, impressible, susceptible, i. 297, 300, 574, ii. 156, iii.
Clowns or Jesters, the practice of retaining, ii. 54.
Coast, to advance, iii. 730.
Coat, coat of arms, iii. 787.
Coats in heraldry, i. 384.
Cock-a-hoop, i. 170.
Cock and pye, a popular adjuration, i. 631.
Cockatrice, a fabulous monster, i. 189, il. 262, iii. 743.
Cockle-hat, a pilgrim's hat, iii. 379.
Cockney, a spooney, a cook, iii. 79.
Cock-shut, twilight, ii. 569.
Coffin, the crust of a raised pie, i. 264, iii. 635.
Cog, to load dice, to cheat, to defraud, i. 89.
Cognizance, a badge, ii. 301.
Coil, trouble, turmoil, i. 7, 82, 366, iii. 359.
Colbrand the giant, i. 289.
Cold to bed, to thy cold bed, i. 227.
Collied, smutted, blackened, obscured, i. 343, iii. 669.
Collop, iii. 200.
Colme-kill, iii. 518.
Coloquintida, a plant bearing a bitter fruit, iii, 710.
Colours, artifices, ii. 299.
Colours on sculpture, iii. 257.
Colt, to gull, i. 523.
Combinate, contracted, ii. 614.
Combination, contract, ii. 276.
Come away, come away, a song, iii. 519.
Come off, to pay, i. 676.
Comforting, encouraging, abetting, iii. 213.
Commend, to commit, to submit, to resign, ii, 48, iii. 214, 571.
Commission, warrant, authority, iii. 201.
Commit, to fornicate, iii, 88.
Commodity, advantage, self-interest, i. 298.
Common, public, i. 63.
Common liar, rumour, iii. 530.
Common players, strolling players, iii. 353.
Compact, made up, compounded, i. 129, iii. 723.
Companion, a low fellow, i. 138, il. 722, iii. 179, 694.
Company, companion, ii. 40, 65.
Comparative, ready in comparisons, or similes, i. 513, 540.
Compassed, arched, iii. 724.
Competitor, coadjutor, confederate, auxiliary, i. 17, ii. 267.
Complements, point-de-vice manners, i. 53, 178, ii. 77.
Comply, to fraternise, to play the courtier, iii. 354, 394.
Compose, accord, agree, iii. 540.
Composure, composture, composition, ii. 494, iii. 284, 536.
Compt, in, in trust, to be accounted for, ui. 480.
Comptiblo, susceptible, sensitive, ii. 242.
Con, to know, to allow, to award, ii. 41, iii. 795.
Conceit, imagination, i. 184, 463.
Conceited, conceptive, apprehensive, iii. 752.
Concent, agreement in music, ii. 116.
Conclusions, experiments, ii. 717, iii. 873.
Concolinel, i. 64, 101.
Concupy, concupiscence, iii. 312.
Condition, profession or art, ii. 462.
Condition, nature, disposition, i. 897, ii. 41, 135, iii. 426,

14, 72.
Capitulate, to confederate, i 541.
Capocchio, a simpleton, iii. 299.
Capricious, goatish, ii. 153.
Captain-jewels, superior jewels, iii. 768.
Captious, capatious, ii. 13.
Carbonado, a collop cooked on the coals, i. 558.
Carbuncle, a gem supposed to emit native light, iii. 639.
Carcanet, a necklace, i. 126, iii. 768.
Card, by the, according to the book of manners, iii. 388.
Carded, i. 540.
Carduus Benedictus, the blessed thistle, i. 743.
Career, a term of the menage.
Careful, painful, anxious, i. 145.
Carkanet, a necklace, i. 126, iii. 768.
Carlot, a churl, ii. 157.
Caroused, a bumper, a drinking bout, iii. 398.
Carpet knights, ii. 280.
Carpets, coverings for the table, i. 255.
Carping, taunting, i. 540.
Carrack, a ship of great burden, iii. 651.
Carry coals, to submit to indignities, i. 159, ii. 84.
Carry out a side, a card-table phrase, iii. 109.
Carrying dead bodies off the stage, iii. 402.
Cart, a car, or chariot, iii. 363.
Carve, to give an amorous sign, i. 104, 645.
Case, a brace, a pair, ii. 83.
Case, a skin, ii, 273.
Caskets, in Merchant of Venice, story of the, i. 438.
Casque, a helmet, ii. 63.
Cassock, a horseman's coat, ii. 41.
Cast, dismissed, iii. 667.
Castiliano vulgo, ii. 238.
Castle, a helmet, iii. 616.
Cat, the agent and favourite of witches, iii. 519.
Cataian, a term of reproach, i. 652.

Cates, cakes, dainties, 1. 127, 244.
Catling, a lute string, i. 205.
Cautel, crafty circumspection, iii. 338.
Cautelous, treacherous, insidious, ii. 166.
Caviare, a delicacy prepared from sturgeon's roe, iii. 400.
Censer, a fire-pan for perfumes, i. 264.
Censure, to pass judgment, i. 6, ii. 598, 647, iii. 339, 782.

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Ceremony, pronounced as a trisyllable, ii. 23.
Certes, iii. 33, 647.
Cess, measure, i. 520.
Chamber wall furnishings in old castles, 495.
Chambers, small pieces of ordnance, ii. 655.
Chances, crosses, casualties, iii. 648.
Changeling, a child changed by fairies or gipsies, i. 349, 351.

iii. 222.
Channel, kennel, ii, 417.
Character, handwriting, ciphers, iii. 73, 221, 246, 428, 709, 784.
Chares, drudgery, iii. 577.
Charge, of Watchmen, i. 743.
Charles's-wain, the constellation, called the bear, i. 520.
Charm for tooth-ache, i. 743.
Charm, to conjure, iii. 427.
Charm the tongue, to restrain or put a spell upon the tongues

ii. 446, iii. 704,
Charmer, an enchantress, one who works by spells, iii. 684.
Charming, magical, fascinating, ii. 714, iii. 606.
Charneco, a sort of wine, ii. 358.
Charters, blank, i. 497,
Chases, a term of tennis, ii, 69.
Chaudron, entrails, iii. 501.
'Cheater, an Escheater, i. 646, iii, 783.
Cheater, a gamester, a cozener, i. 590.
Check, to fly from, or shy at, iii. 384.
Cheer, fare, iii. 363.
Cheer, visage, aspect, i. 363, 420, iii. 740.

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Cherry-pit, a game, ii. 261.
Cheveril, a soft leather, i. 180, ii. 255, 664.
Chewet, a noisy chattering bird, i. 554,
Chide, to rebuke, to re-sound, ii. 80.
Chide with, to quarrel with, ii. 757, iii. 695, 777.
Child, a female infant, iii. 221.
Childing, teeming, i. 351.
Children that have no names, illegitimate children, iii. 531.
Chopines, clogs having very thick soles, iii. 400.
Chop-logic, a nickname, also, to exchange logic, i. 197, 489.
Chrisom, a white cloth used in the baptism of infants, ii. 117
Chuck, chicken, term of endearment, i. 84, ii. 261, iii, 684.
'Cide, to decide, iii. 767.
Cinque-pace, a dance, i. 104, 704.
Circle, diadem, iii. 562.
Circumstance, conduct, circumstantial deduction, i. 4, iii, 294
Circumstance, circumlocution, i. 395.
'Cital, recital, i. 556.
'Cite, to incite, i. 14, ii. 411.
Cittern, a musical instrument, i. 94.
Civil, sour, bitter, i, 707, ii. 259.
Clack-dish, a beggar's dish, ii. 616.
Clamour, to refrain or silence, iii. 233.
Claw, to flatter, i. 701.
Clean, utterly, completely, i. 468.
Clean kam, rigmarole, iii. 159.
Clear-stories, upper rows of windows in a church, ii. 281.
Cleave the pin, to split the wooden pin in a target, i, 89, 71.
Clement's Inn, i. 627.
Clepe, to call, to designate, iii. 340, 492, 732
Clerkly, scholarly, i. 11, 678.
Cling, to shrivel, to shrink, iii. 513.
Clip, to embrace, iii. 246.
Close, by stealth, secretly, i. 229, 311.
Close, to wheedle, to fawn, to flatter, ii 633.
Close, wanton, ii. 490.
Cloth-of-gold of tissue, cloth of gold on a ground of tissue,

iii. 543.
Cloud in the face, a dark spot in the forehead of a horse, iii.

554.
Clout, the white mark in a target, i, 71.
Clouted brogues, nailed shoes, ii. 748.
Clown, merryman, ii. 277.

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Conduct, a conductor, a guide, i. 187, 210, ii, 263, 360, iii. 741.
Coney-catch, to cheat, i. 269.
Coney-catcher, a sharper, a trickster, i. 641.
Confess and be hanged, a cant phrase, iii. 687.
Conger and fonnel, i. 593.
Conjurations, entreaties, i. 210.
Consent, agreement, unison, i. 617, ii, 116.
Consigned, sealed, iii. 301.
Consort, fellowship, fraternity, i. 29, 110, 186.
Consort, a band of musicians, i. 26
Conspectuity, vision, perception, iii. 143.
Constancy, consistency, i, 375, iii. 434,
Contain, to hold, to retain, i. 435.
Contemptible, mocking, contemptuous, i. 712.
Content, acquiescence, iii. 722.
Content, continent, self-restrained, iii. 445.
Continence, temperance, iii. 598.
Continent, capacious, iii. 378.
Continuate, uninterrupted, iii. 685.
Contraction, marriage-contract, iii. 370.
Contrive, to scheme, to plot, i. 420, ii. 95, iii, 421.

Convent, to agree, to be conrenient, ii. 276.
Convent, to summon, to cite, ii. 631, 689.
Convert, to turn, ii. 486.
Convertite, a peniteni, a convert, iii. 745.
Convey, to filch, to manage by stealth, i. 482, 706, ii. $21, 720

iii. 506, 561.
Convicted, vanquished, i. 306.
Convince, to conquer, i. 98, ii. 716, ili. 481, 506.
Convive, to feast together, ül. 307..
Cooling-card, ü. 326.
Copatain-hat, a high-crowned hat, i. 269.
Cope, to encounter, i. 430.
Copy, theme, i. 142.
Coranto, a dance, ii. 20, 117.
Corinth, a cant name for a bordello, ii. 473.
Corinthian, a wencher, i. 527.
Cornuto, a cuckold, i. 671.
Corollary, an overplus, iii. 36.
Corporal of the field, an aide-de-camp, i. 67.
Costard, the head, i. 65.
Coted, came alongside, iii. 353.
Cot-quean, a molly-coddle, i. 202.
Cotsale, or Cotswold Hills, i. 686.
Couching, crouching, ii. 434.
Counsel, in counsel, secret, in secreí, i. 17, 640, ii. 35, ül. 19
Countenance, to receive, to entertain, i. 255, i. 127, ib. 18.
Counter, to run, to track the scent backward, i. 150.
Counter-caster, a disparaging term for purchant, ii. 648.
Counterfeit, a portrait, i. 418, iii. 768.
Counterfeit, a false piece of money, iii. 283.
Counterpoints, counterpanes, i. 246.
Countervail, to make equal or equivalent, i. 183.
County, an earl, a peer, i. 196, 321.
Couplement, i. 93, iii. 763.
Courage, mettle, spirit, ii. 415.
Course, carrière of a horse, i. 306.
Courser's-hair, a vulgar superstition concerning, iii. 534.
Court-cupboard, a cabinet, i. 169.
Court holy-water, glozing speeches, iii. 84.
Court of wards, i. 150.
Courts, a term in tennis, ii. 69.
Cousin, a kinsman, i. 169.
Covent, a convent, ii. 626.
Cover, to prepare the table, ii. 142.
Cower, to bend or sink, ii. 212.
Cowl-staff, a pole used to carry a bucket, i. 666.
Coystril, a mean groom, or peasant, ii. 217, 238.
Cozenage, sorcery, witchcraft, i. 149.
Cozier, a boucher of clothes or shoes, ii. 247.
Crack, a manikin, iii. 134.
Cracked coin, iii. 400.
Crants, crowns, garlands, ill. 390.
Crare, a small vessel of burden, ii. 748.
Credent, credible, plausible, ii. 697, iii. 201.
Credit, information, ii. 209.
Crescive, increasing, growing, ii. 65.
Crowel, worsted, iii. 77.
Crispian, feast of, ii. 119.
Critic, a cynic, iii. 311, 777.
Critical, cynical, censorious, iii. 663.
Crooked, bowed or crouched, iii. 434.
Cross, a coin stamped with a cross, i. 56, ii. 141, 409.
Cross, to pass across the path of a spectre, iii. 339.
Crow-keeper, a scarecrow, or a rustic employed to frighten

crows, iii. 120.
Crush a cup of wine, an invitation to a carouse, i. 101.
Cruzado, crusado, a gold coin so called, iii. 712.
Cry, a pack, a troop or company, iii. 164, 366.
Cry aim, to encourage, i. 39, 293, 662.
Cry Havoc ! a signal for indiscriminate slaughter, i. 995, iii.

158, 437.
Cry in the top of question, to crow over or challenge, iii. 353.
Cry on, to announce, to assert, i. 272, 573, iii. 700.
Cue, a stage term for the last words of a speech, i. 358.
Cuisses, armour for the thighs, i. 518.
Cullion, a paltry fellow, i. 258, ii, 83.
Cunning, knowing, skilful, i. 233, ii. 204, 503, 623.
Curb, to bow or truckle, iii. 372.

Curiosity, finical refinement, ii. 492.
Curious, scrupulous, over punctilious, i. 265, ül. 553, 751.
Curious-good, fastidiously precise, iii. 751.
Curious-knotted, abounding in intricate figures, i. 55, 475.
Curled, an epithet of gentility, iii. 653, 748.
Cursed, under the influence of a malediction, iii. 314.
Curst, cross-grained, sour, intractable, malicious, i. 69, 365,

ii. 257, iii. 73, 223, 730.
Curtail-dog, a halting dog, i. 652.
Curtle-ax, a cutlass, ii. 99, 136.
Custard, leaping into at civic feasts, ii. 56.
Customer, a loose woman, ii. 52, iii. 689.
Cut and long tail, good and bad, i. 668.
Cyprus, or Cypress, a stuff like crape, ii. 256.
DAFF, or doff, to put off, i. 174, 731.
Dagonet, Sir, in Arthur's Show, i. 628.
Damn, to condemn, iii. 444, 530.
Damnable, damnably, iii. 219.
Dancing Horse, Bankes's, i. 100.
Dancing sword, ii. 55.
Danger, power, i. 426, iii. 728.
Dangerous, biting, mischievous, i. 53, iii. 211, 423.
Dank, wet, rotten, i. 176, 355, 620.
Danskers, Danes, iii. 346.
Dare larks, to, ii. 678.
Darius's casket, ii. 333.
Darkling, in the dark, i. 355.
Darraign, boldly prepared, ii. 415.
Daubery, juggling, i. 675.
Day-woman, dairy-woman, i. 58.
Dealt on lieutenantry, fought by proxy, iii. 560.
Dear, choice, rare, momentous, extreme, i. 59, 449, ii. 135, iii.

293, 398, 618, 655, 658, 765.
Death at the ebb of tide, a popular opinion, ii. 117.
Death rock me asleep, beginning of a ballad, i. 627.
Death's fool, ii. 639.
Death's-man, executioner, iii. 748.
Death-tokens, plague-spots forewarning death, iii. 320, 559.
Debitor-and-creditor, the title of some old treatises on book-

keeping, iii. 618.
Deceptious, deceiving, iii. 311.
Decked, sprinkled, iii. 9.
Deck of cards, a pack of cards, ii. 443.
Defeat, to disfigure the countenance, iii. 659.
Defeatures, ill-looks, de facement, i. 121, 145.
Defence, knowledge of sword-play, i. 216, iii. 384.
Defend, to forbid, i. 550, 704, 729, iii. 658.
Deftly, smartly, featly, iii. 501.
Defunctive, mortuary, ul. 795.
Defy, to contemn or spurn, iii, 791.
Defy, to renounce, i. 518.
Delighted, delighting, iii. 659.
Demerits, good or ill deserts, iii. 132, 651.
Demit, to depress or cast down, ii. 488.
Demi-wolves, a species of dog, iii. 492.
Denay, to deny, ii. 347.
Denier, a French coin, ii. 519.
Denunciation, annunciation, il. 595.
Depart, to part with, i. 62, 298.
Depart, to separate, ii. 466.
Deprive, to disinheril, to depose, iii. 62, 342, 756.
Deracinate, to root up, ii. 112, iii. 272.
Derne, earnest, eager, ii. 201.
Descant, variation in music, i. 7, iii. 749.
Design, to point out, to designate, i. 450.
Desire you of, desire of you, i. 301, ii. 168.
Despatched, bereft, iii. 344.
Destractions, detachments, iii. 559.
Detect, to exhibit, to display, ii. 417.
Determine, to end, to melt away, i. 614, iii. 568.
Devil, roaring, ii. 119.
Devils, aerial, i. 331.
Dewberry, a sort of blackberry, i. 360.
Dich, do it, ii. 467.
Diet, to take, to be under regimen, i. 10.
Difference, distinction, i. 696.
Diffuse, to disguise, iii. 66.
Diffused, wild, irregular, i. 677.

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Dilations, delations, accusations, distillations, iii. 677.
Dildos and fadings, obscene burdens of old ballads, iii. 232.
Direct, explicitly, without ambiguity, iii. 413.
Disability, disparagement, i. 15.
Disabled, disparaged, impugned, ii. 168, 326.
Disappointed, unappointed, iii. 344.
Discandying, liquefying, iii. 565, 573.
Disclose, disclosure, iii. 361.
Dishabited, dislodged, i. 294.
Dislike, to express disapprobation, ii. 168.
Dislimn, to render indistinct, to obliterate, iii. 573.
Dismes, tenths, iii. 279.
Dismount thy tuck, draw thy rapier, ii. 262.
Dispark, lo destroy the enclosures of a park, i. 468.
Dispute, to reason, i. 191, iii. 235.
Dispute on, to debate a cause, iii. 708.
Disseat, depose, iii. 511.
Distain, to cloud, to cast into the shade, ii. 213.
Distempered, disordered, iii. 366, 649.
Distinctly, separately, iii. 10.
Distractions, detachments, iii. 559.
Distraught, distracted, i. 202, ii. 546.
Division, variation in music, i. 194.
Do, do, an expression of contempt, iii. 278.
Doff, to do off, to put off', i. 174, 781.
Dole, distribution, i. 574.
Do me right, accept my challenge, i. 733.
Do me right, pledge me in a bumper, i. 621.
Don, to puton, iii. 379.
Done, destroyed, iii. 729.
Double-cracks, double-thunder-claps, iii. 472.
Double-dealer, one unfaithful in love or wedlock, i. 740, ii. 272.
Double-pictures, pictures that showed two faces by turning,

iii. 547.
Double set, twice round, iii. 668.
Dout, to extinguish, ii. 98.
Dower, gift, iii. 688.
Dowle, a feather, down, iii. 33.
Down-gyved, hanging down loose, iii. 347.
Dowzabel, i. 185.
Drachma, a Greek coin, iii. 442, 446.
Draught-house, forica, drain, sewer, &c., ii. 605, iii. 309.
Draw dry foot, to track by the scent of the foot, i, 150.
Drawer, a waiter, i. 527, 687, 656.
Drawn fox, i. 544.
Dreams, John-a-, a sleepy, muddle-headed fellow, iii. 356.
Dress, to address, to prepare, ii. 93, iii. 273.
Drinking habits of Englishmen, iii. 710.
Drinking in the morning fasting, i. 687.
Drive, to rush pell-mell, iii. 609.
Drollery, a puppet-show, iii. 33.
Drugs, drudges, ii. 491.
Drum, John, his entertainment, ii. 56.
Ducats of Venice, i. 439.
Dudgeon, the wooden handle of a dagger, iii. 483.
Due, to endue, ii. 317.
Dullard, a dull observer, ii. 762.
Dumbed, silenced, rendered mute, iii. 537.
Dumps, heavy, mournful tunes, i. 204, iii. 748.
Dun out of the mire, i. 215.
Duns the mouse, a proverbial saying, i. 215.
Dupp, to lift up, to open, iii. 379.
Durance, a buff leather garment usually worn by sergeants,

i. 150.
Durance, robo of, cant term for imprisonment, i. 150.
Dwell, to abide, to continue, i. 399.
Dyeing tho hair, custom of, i. 742.
EAGER, aigre, sour, iii. 344, 778.
Eagles' power of gazing on the sun, ii. 452.
Ear, to plough, i. 471, ii. 12, iii. 532, 536, 720.
Ecstasy, aberration of mind, i. 138, iii. 372, 785.
Eftest, quickest, readiest, i. 729.
Egal, equal, iii. 627.
Eggs for money, will you take, a proverbial phrase, iii. 202.
Egyptian thief at point of death, ii. 281.
Eisel, wormwood, vinegar, iii. 391, 777.
Eld, old, old age, iii. 281.
Elements of the body, principles of life, iii. 553.

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Else, in other words, iii. 291.
Emanuel, a prefix to letters, ii. 394.
Emballing, the bestowal of royal dignity by the emblem of the

ball, ii. 664.
Embarquements, impediments, iii. 141.
Embossed, a term of the chase, signifying exhausted and out-

run, i. 228, ii. 34, iii. 573.
Emmew, a term in falconry, to paralyse, ii. 612.
Empery, empire, sovereignty, ii, 69, 549, 720.
Engaged, detained as a hostage, i. 551.
Engross, to fatten, ii. 548.
Ensconce, to hide, to shelter, i. 122, 654, 665, ii. 20, iii. 753.
Ensear, to make sterile, ii. 490.
Ensign, a standard-bearer, iii. 454.
Entertainment, re-instatement, iii. 679.
Entitled, ennobled, iii. 766.
Entrance, trance, reverie, ii. 197.
Entreat, to entertain, iii. 307.
Envy, hatred, malice, i. 424, ii. 316, 659, iii. 425.
Ephesian, a slang term, i. 586, 678.
Epitaphs upon toinbs, i. 744.
Equinoctial of Queubus, ii. 246.
Erring, erratic, iii. 332.
Escoted, paid, iii. 352.
Esperance, hope, iii. 311.
Espousals, modes of, ii. 281.
Essay, to assay, iii. 64.
Estate, affairs, iii. 235.
Esteem, the sum of what is held estimable, ii. 49.
Estimation, supposition, conjecture, i. 519.
Estridges, i. 548, iii. 565.
Eterne, eternal, iii. 493.
Even, to strike a balance with, to equate, ii. 11, 19, iii. 425.
Even Christian, fellow-christian, iii. 386.
Ever among so merrily, the burden of a ballad, i. 620.
Evident, inevitable, iii. 181.
Evil mixture, malignant conjuncture, iii. 319.
Evils, forica, ii. 605.
Exactly, duly, i. 449.
Except, to stay, i. 448.
Excrement, hair, the beard, i. 417, iii. 239.
Executors, executioners, ii. 69.
Exempt, separated, parted, i. 124.
Exhale, ii. 74.
Exhibition, pension, allowance, i. 9, il. 720, iii. 63
Exigent, end, exigency, i. 301, iii 452, 574.
Expect, to anticipate, i. 266.
Expedience, expedition, iii. 534.
Expedient, expeditious, i. 291, 457, ii. 146, 519.
Expiate, to terminate, iii. 763.
Exsufficate, exsuflate, puffed out, exaggerated, iii. 678.
Extended, seized, iii. 532.
Extern, external, iii. 648.
Extraught, extracted, ii. 417.
Extravagant, wandering, iii. 332, 650.
Eyases, nestlings, unfledged hawks, iii. 353.
Eyas musket, a young male sparrow-hawk, i. 663.
Eyry, an aiery, a nest or brood of hawks, iii. 353.
Face, to bully, to brave, i. 276, iii. 452.
Faced, turned over with facings, i. 264.
Facinorous, wicked, ii. 20.
Fact, crime, deed, iii. 218, 741.
Fadge, to fit, to suit, to agree with, i. 84.
Fair, beauty, i. 69, 121, 344, ii. 149, iii. 733, 741, 762, 763.
Fairy, an enchantress, iii. 570.
Faitor, a rascal, a traitor, i. 591.
Falcon, the female hawk, iii. 290.
False hair, fashion of wearing, i. 434
Familiar, a demon, i. 58, ii. 381.
Fancies, lyrical pieces, i. 601.
Fancies, the humour of forty, i. 250.
Fancy, affection, love, i. 343, 371, iii. 236, 740.
Fangled world, ii. 758.
Fantastical, visionary, iii. 474.
Fantasticoes, affected persons, i. 179.
Fap, cant term for drunk, i. 642.
Farced, stuffed, tumid, ii. 96.
Fardel, a pack, a burden, iii, 239, 359.

Farewell dear heart, ii. 278.
Fashions, a disease in horses, i. 250.
Fast and loose, a game, i. 58, iii. 573.
Fat, o'ercloying, sickening, ii. 272.
Fault, misfortune, i. 640, 667, ii. 212.
Favour, countenance, features, good graces, i. $44, 472, 541,

ii. 249, iii. 760.
Fear, to frighten, i. 270, ii. 430, 444, iii. 420, 452, 548, 13
Fearful, causing fear, i. 399.
Feat, negt, dexterous, nicely, ii 760, iii. 22, 785.
Feated, moulded, fashioned, ii. 710.
Feature, comeliness of person, i. 14.
Fecks, s', in faith, iii. 200.
Feeders, nickname for servants, iii. 564.
Fee grief, peculiar sorrow, iii. 508.
Fell, skin, coat of an animal, ii. 148, iii. 111.
Fell of hair, any part covered with hair, iii. 512
Fellow, a companion, iii. 29.
Fennel, for flattery and lust, iii. 403.
Feodary, a vassal, a federate, ii. 608, 732, iü. 208.
Fere, feer, or phere, companion, husband or wife, iö. 491.
Fern-seed, its imaginary property of conferring invisibility,

&c. i. 564.
Fet, fetched, ii. 82, 359
Fettle, to prepare, i. 197.
Few, in, in brief, i. 237, 574, iii. 9.
Fico, a term of contempt, i. 645, ii. 88.
Fifteen, an impost, ii. 380, 454.
Fights, waste-cloths round a ship in a fight, i. 656.
Figo for thy friendship, a fig for, &c. ii. S8.
Filed, defiled, iii. 491.
Filed, marched in equal pace, ii. 676.
Filed, polished, i. 82, iii. 773, 793.
Fills, thills, the shafts of a waggon, iii. 289.
Find, to detect, iii. 361.
Fine, to embellish, to refine, ii. 67.
Fine, the conclusion, i. 699, ii. 45, iii. 747.
Fineless, endless, unnumbered, iii. 678.
Fire, a dissyllable, i. 6.
Firo-drake, a meteor, or fire-work, ii. 695.
Fire-new, brand-new, freshly coined, i, 53.
Fit, a song, division of a song, strain of harmony, iii. 987.
Fit, to start, ii. 192, iii. 778.
Fitchew, a polecat, iii. 689.
Fives, a disease in horses called the vives, i. 250.
Flamen, a priest, ii. 490, iii. 146.
Flap-dragon, a drinking sport, i. 627.
Flap-jack, a pancake, ii. 192.
Flask, a soldier's powder-horn, i. 94.
Flaw, a gust of wind, ii. 365, üli. 726.
Flecked, spotted, dappled, flaked, i. 176.
Fleet, float, iii. 565.
Fleshed, eager from the taste of flesh, i. 574, ii. 85, 557.
Fleshed, made to taste flesh, initiated, i. 560, ii. 79, 267.
Fleshment, eagerness gained by successful initiation, jil 15
Flewed, having large, hanging chaps, i. 371, 385.
Flibbertigibbet, a fiend, iii. 89, 120.
Flirt-gills, wild, flirting, romping wench, i. 181.
Florentius' Love, i. 237.
Flying at the brook, hawking at water-fowl, ii. 352, 992
Foin, to pass, or thrust in fencing, i. 659, ii. 104.
Foison, abundance, Autumn, ii. 598, iii. 20, 768.
Folly, wantonness, iii. 703, 743.
Fond, foolish, i. 421, ii. 298, iii. 64, 166.
Fools, the begging of, i. 104, 120.
Foot-cloth, housing for horses, ii. 374, 980, 646.
For, because, ii. 600, 738.
For, for fear of, i. 8, iii. 768.
For, 'fore, ii. 87, iii. 550, 563, 572.
For all waters, plays any character, ii. 269.
For and, and cke, iii. 387.
For the Heavens, by Heaven! i. 401, 704.
For the Lord's sake, a form of supplication, *638.
For why, because, for this reason, i. 130, 252, iii. 017, 791, 792.
Forage, to range abroad, s. 321.
Forbid, forespoken, bewitched, iii, 474.
Force, to care, to regard to, value, i. 91, ii, 748.
Force, physical vigour, iii. 297

Force, to strengthen, iii. 512.
Forced, stuffed, iii. 309.
Fordo, to destroy, iii. 115, 116, 390.
Foreslow, to delay, to loiter, ii. 418.
Forespoke, prejudiced, forbidden, iii. 558.
Forfeits, mulcts imposed by barbers, ii. 633, 668.
Forfend, to forbid, ii. 329, 366, 762, iii. 701, 704.
Forgetive, inventive, i. 608.
Forked, horned, iii. 202, 679.
Forlorn, fore-lost, ii. 289.
Form, the place where a hare sits, iii. 728.
Formal, reasonable, sober-minded, i. 142, iii. 545.
Former, fore, foremost, iii. 453.
Forth, out, i. 395, ii. 632, iii. 442.
Forthright, a straight path, iii. 294.
Fortune my Foe, i. 688.
Forty, a word expressing an indefinite number, i. 150. ii. 293,

677.
Foul, plain, homely, ii. 154.
Four, colloquialism for some, iii. 350.
Fox, a cant term for a sword, ii. 101.
Frame, order, limit, i. 725.
Frainpold, cantankerous, i. 656.
Frank, a sty, i. 586, ii. 524.
Fraughting, constituting the fraught or freight, iii. 7.
Frayed, alarmed, frightened, iii. 289.
French brawl, a dance, i. 102.
Fret, a key, and also a stop-point, of a stringed musical

instrument, i. 243, iii. 367.
Friend, a lover, i. 704, iii. 431.
Frippery, a shop for second-hand apparel, iii. 40.
From the teeth, in pretence, ii. 556.
Front, beginning, iii. 775.
Frontier, the forehead, i. 515.
Frontlet, a forehead cloth worn by ladies at night, iii. 117.
Froth and lime, a cant phrase for a tapster, i. 644.
Frush, to bruise, to break, iii. 316.
Fulfilled, filled to repletion, iii. 751.
Fullam, false dice, í. 646.
Funeral entertainments, iii. 398.
Fustian riddles, ii. 279.
GABERDINE, a large loose cloak, i. 438, iii. 24.
Gad, a sharp-pointed instrument, iii. 622.
Gadshill infested by robbers, i. 562.
Gain-giving, misgiving, iii. 394.
Gait, step, progress, i. 648, iii. 36, 834.
Galliard, a dance, i. 104, ii. 69.
Gallias, a huge galley, i. 247.
Gallimanfry, a medley, iii. 234.
Gallow, to affright, iii. 85.
Gallowglasses, Irish foot soldiers, ii. 395, iii. 472.
Gambling in Shakespear's time, i. 100.
Gap, a parenthesis, iii, 232.
Gape, to yell, to roar, ii. 695, iii. 338.
Gaping pigs, i. 440.
Garagantua the giant, ii. 173, 278.
Garboils, turmoils, commotions, iii. 535.
Garden of Belmont, i. 441.
Garish, gaudy, blazing, i. 188, ii. 559.
Gascoigne, Chief Justice, i. 625.
Gasted, dismayed, iii. 73.
Gaudy, festival, ii. 565.
Gaunt, fierce, eager, iii. 537.
Geck, a person derided, ii. 276, 757.
General, the generality, the multitude, ii. 607, iii. 400, 423.
Generous, noble, nobly born, ii. 628, iii. 131.
Gentle, gentle-one, an epithet of endearment, iii. 229.
Gentry, courtesy, iii. 348.
German, akin, iii. 393.
German clocks, their introduction into England, i. 102.
Germens, seeds, iii. 84, 501.
Gest, scroll containing the route of a progress, &c. iii. 198.
Gests, exploits, iii. 570.
Ghostly, spiritual, i. 176.
Gib, a cat, contraction of Gilbert, i. 512, iii. 373.
Giddy, inconstant, i. 740.
Giglot, a wanton, ii. 321.
Gillian of Brentford, i. 689.

Gillivors, gillyflowers, iii. 231.
Gimmal-bit, a bit in two parts, ii. 99.
Ging, a gang, i. 674.
Gird, a sarcasm, a taunt, i. 271.
Gis, by, by Jesus, iii. 379.
Give aim, to direct, i. 39.
Give out, to surrender, to relinquish, ii. 382.
Give the boots, to sell a bargain, i. 41.
Give the bucklers, to yield oneself vanquished, i. 744.
Give the nod, to ridicule by gesture, iii. 269.
Gleek, to flout or scorn, to jest, i. 204, 359.
Glib, to geld, iii. 209.
Glorious, ambitious, ostentatious, ii. 718.
Gloves in the cap, custom of wearing, iii. 119.
Gloze, to wheedle, i. 458, iii. 627.
God bless the mark, i. 401, iii. 648.
God buy you, God be with you, ii. 99.
God, dig you den, God, give you good even, i. 69, 197.
God, 'ild you, God reward you, ii. 168.
God save the mark, i. 516.
God warn us, ii. 159.
Gondola, description of the, i. 439.
Gongarian, i. 644.
Good cheap, a bon marché, i. 543.
Good even and twenty, a popular salutation, i. 653.
Good goose bite not, a proverbial saying, i. 180.
Good leave, i. 289.
Good life, ii. 246.
Good man, a man of substance, i. 397, iii. 128.
Good manners, book of, ii. 173.
Good wine needs no bush, ii. 174.
Gorbellied, pot-bellied, swag-bellied, i. 524.
Go to the world, a matrimonial saying, i. 707, ii. 11, 166.
Gourds, false dice, i. 646.
Gouts, drops, iii. 483.
Government, moderation, forbearance, self-control, ii. 409

iii. 52.
Gracious, loving, comely, gentle, i. 307, 417, 724, iii. 769
Grange, a solitary farm or lone house, iii. 650.
Grave, pernicious, fatal, iii. 573.
Graves, armour for the legs, i. 603.
Greenly, immaturely unwisely, iii. 379
Green Sleeves, a tune, i. 651, 687.
Griefs, grievances, i. 551, iii. 415.
Grise, a step, ii. 257.
Gross, palpable, ii. 13.
Groundlings, iii. 361.
Growing, accruing, i. 133.
Grow to a point, come to business, i. 346.
Grudges, murmurs of discontent, iii. 599.
Grype, the gryphon, or griffin, a vulture, iii. 743.
Guard, to ornament with a border, i. 311, 404.
Guidon, a standard, ii. 99.
Gules, in heraldry, red, ii. 489, iii. 355.
Gulf, the throat, the swallow, iii. 501.
Gull, a young un feathered bird, i. 554.
Gun-stones, black roundles, stone-shot for cannon, ii. 116.
Gust, laste, ii. 238, iii. 202.
Guts, a lack-brain, a shallow pate, iii. 402.
Gyve, a shackle, a fetter, iii. 664.
HACKET, Marian of Wincot, i. 229.
Haggard, a wild unreclaimed hawk, i. 714, iii. 679.
Halcyon, a bird, iii. 75.
Half-faces, meagre visages, i. 329.
Halidom, by my, an old oath, i. 31.
Hall, a hall ! make room, i. 169.
Hallowmas Beggars, i. 42.
Hand, to bear in, to encourage, to buoy up, i. 258, 727, iii. 491.

i.
Handfast, mainprize, at large on security, iii. 241.
Handsaw, corruption of hernshaw, or heron, iii. 354.
Hang by the walls, to be hung up as useless, ii. 768.
Hangings for theatres, ii. 332.
Hangings of walls in chambers of old castles, i. 495.
Hangman, rogue, rascal, a name given to Cupid, i. 715.
Happy, accomplished, ii. 737.
Happy man be his dole, a trite phrase, i. 234, 524, 668.
Happy the son whose father goes to the devil, a proverb
ii. 452.

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