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Bay; "ata b.,"in my power (a term Common, general; 1. i. 21. taken from hunting); IV. ii. 42. Compact, made of, composed; V. iii. barking ; II. ii. 3.

88. Beholding, beholden ; I. i. 396. Compassion, compassionate, pity ;IV. Belike, I suppose ; IV. ii. 50. Bewray, betray, reveal ; II. iv. 3. Complot, plot; II. iii. 265. Blowse, "a ruddy fat-faced wench”; Complots, plots; V. i. 65.

Conceit, device, invention ; IV. ii. 30. Bonjour, good morning; I. i. 494. Conduct, guidance; IV. iv. 65. Boots, avails; V. iii. 18.

Confederate, in league, allied ; V. i. Brabble, quarrel; II. i. 62.

108. Bravely, finely, properly; IV.iii.112. Consecrate, consecrated; I. i. 14; II. Braves, defiance, threatenings; II.

i. 121.

Continence, moderation (Collier MS., defies; II. iii. 126.

conscience); 1. i. 15. Break the parle, open the parley; V. Controlld, hindered ; 1. i. 420.

Convenient, proper, becoming ; V. ii. Brethren (trisyllabic); I. i. 348. 90. Broach, spit; IV. ii. 85.

Cornelia, the mother of the Gracchi; Buzz, whisper; IV. iv. 7.

IV. i. 12.

Couch, lie hidden; V. ii. 38. Candidatus, candidate ;

Cousin, niece (used for any kinsman Careful, full of care; IV. iii. 30. or kinswoman); II. iv. 12. Castle, (?) a close helmet (Theo-Cozen'd, cheated; V. iii. 101. bald " casque" ; Walker, “crest"); Cut, cut off ; V. i. 93.

Cyclops, the giant servants of Vulcan; Challenged, accused ; I. i. 340.

IV. iii. 46. Chaps, wrinkles ; V. iii. 77. Charm, affect by magic power ; II. i. Dancing-rapier, a sword worn only 23.

for ornament at dancing ; II. i. Charming, having the power of fas

39. (Cp. illustration.)
cination ; II. i. 16.
Chase, hunting-ground ; II. iii. 255.
Cheer, countenance; I. i. 264.
Chequer'd, variegated; II. iii. 15.
Children (trisyllabic); II. iii. 115.
Clean, entirely ; I. i. 129.
Close, secret ; IV. ii. 118.
Closing with, humouring ; V. ii. 70.
Closure, end ; V. iii. 134.
Clubs, Clubs, “ in any public affray

the cry was · Clubs ! Clubs !' by
way of calling for persons with
clubs to part the combatants”

(Nares); II. i. 37. Cocytus, the infernal river; II.iii.236. Codding, lustful; V. i. 99. Coffin, the crust of a pie ; V. ii. 189. From an ornament on a pistol of ShakeCoil, confusion, ado ; III. i. 225. speare's time, in the Meyrick collection.

III. i. 170.

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Days ; " no longer d.," no more Extent, maintenance, application;

time; IV. ii. 165. Deadly-standing, menacing death; II.

Fact, evil deed; IV. i. 39. Dear, grievous (Hanmer, “ dire”); Fear, fear for ; II. iii. 305.

Fat, fatten;

Feed, food; IV. iv. 93.
dearly ;

Fell, fallen ; II. iv. 50.
Decipher'd, detected ; IV. ii. 8.
Decreed, decided, determined ; II. iii. Fere, spouse; IV. i. 89.

Fire (dissyllabic); I. i. 127 274.

Flood, sea; IV. ii. 103.
Decrees, resolutions ; V. ii. 11.
Despite; “in my d.,” in defiance of Fond, foolish ; II. iii. 172.

For, as for; IV. iii. 39.
me; I. i. 361.
Detect, expose; II. iv. 27.

-, through ; IV. i. 21.

Forfend, forbid ; I. i. 434.
Dian, Diana ; II. iii. 61.
Discover, reveal ; V. i. 85.

Forth, out of; III. i. 84.
Dispose, dispose of; IV. ii. 173.

Found, found out, discovered ; IV ii.

26. Distract, distracted; IV. iii. 26. Dominator, ruler; II. iii. 31.

Framed, formed, fashioned; IV. iii. 46. Doubted, suspected ; II. iii. 68.

Fraught, freight ; I. i. 71. Dreadful, full of dread; II. i. 128.

Funeral, burial; IV. ii. 163.

Funerals, obsequies ; I. i. 381. Drive upon, rush upon, attack; II. iii. 64.

Gad, sharp point; IV. i. 103. Dumps, melancholy; I. i. 391. Gear, business; IV. iii. 52.

Gentleness, kindness; I. i. 237 Ecstasies, madness; IV. iv. 21.

Glad, gladden; I. i. 166. Ecstasy, excitement; IV. i. 125.

Glistering, glittering; II. i. Egal, equal; IV. iv. 4.

Gloze, make mere words; IV. iv. 35. Embracement, embrace; V. ii. 68. Embrewed, bathed in blood; II. iii. Good; " were as g., " might just as

God-den, good evening; IV. iv. 43. 222.

well; IV. iii. 57. Emperial's, a blunder for emperor's; Gramercy, many thanks; I. i. 495.

Gratulate, make glad, gratify ; 1. i. Empery, empire, dominion ; Empress (trisyllabic; Quarto 1, Folios Grey; "morn grey,"=blue (Han. 1, 2, Empresse"; Quarto 2,

mer, "gay"); II. ii. 1. Emperesse"; Folios 3, 4, Em

Griefs, grievances, I. i. 443.
peress "); I. i. 320.
Enacts, working ; IV. ii. 118. Hale, drag; V. ii. 51.
Enceladus, a giant of ancient fable; Hap, chance; V. ii. 101.

Happily, perchance, perhaps; IV Enforced, forced; V. iii. 38.

iii. 8. Engine, instrument;

III. i. 82. Happy, opportune; II. iii. 23. Entreats, entreaties ; 1. i. 449. Head; " fought at head”; Escape, escapade, transgression; IV. allusion to bulldogs, whose gen

erosity and courage are always Exclaims, outcries, lamentations shown by med

the bull in (Keightley, 66 exclaim ; Anon. front and seizing his nose” (Johnconj. “ extremes')); IV. i. 86. son); V. i. 102.

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Heaviness, sadness, sorrow; III. ii. | Leave, cease; I. i. 424. 49.

Leer, complexion ; IV. ii. 119. Heavy, sad ; III. i. 277.

Leisure; 56

by l.," in no hurry; I. i sad ; IV. iii. 25.

301. Hecuba, the wife of Priam, King of Like, equal ; V. iii. 200. Troy; IV. i. 20.

Limbo, the borders of hell, or hell High-witted, sly, cunning; IV. iv. itself; the Limbus patrum, as it 35.

was called, is a place that the Himself; not with h.," i.e. beside schoolmen supposed to be in the himself; 1. i. 368.

neighbourhood of hell, where the His, its ; III. i. 97.

souls of the patriarchs were de. Holp'st, didst help ; IV. iv. 59. tained, and those good men who Home, to the quick ; II. i. 118.

died before our Saviour's resurHonesty, chastity ; II. iii. 135.

rection. Milton gives the name Honey-stalks, i.c. “ Clover flowers, of Limbo to his - Paradise of which contain a sweet juice.

It Fools" ; III. i. 149. is common for cattle to over- List, pleases ; IV. i. 100. charge themselves with clover, Lively, living ; III. i. 105. and die” (Johnson); IV. iv. 91.

Loaden, laden ; V. ii. 53. Horse, horses ; II. ii. 18.

Loose, loosen my hold; II. iii. 243. Hyperion, the Sun god; V. ii. 56.

loosen your bow, let fly; IV. Ignomy, ignominy, shanie ; IV. ii. Luxurious, lustful; V. i. 88.

115. Imperious, imperial(Quarto 2, Folios, Madded, maddened ; III. i. 104.

To imperiall"); 1. i. 250; IV. iv. 81. Manes; “ad manes fratrum," 1.c. Incorporate, incorporated; I. i. 462. " to the shades of my brothers," Increase, produce; V. ii. 192.

(Quartos, Folios 1, 2, s manus "); Indifferently, impartially; I. i. 430. Ingrateful, ungrateful ; V. i 12. Maugre, in spite of; IV. ii. 110. Inherit, possess; II. iii. 3.

Mean, means; II. iv. 40. Insult on, exult, triumph; III. ii. 71. | Meed, recompense; V. iii. 66. Intercepted, restrained ; II. iii. 8o. Mesh'd, mashed (a brewer's term);

III. ii. 38. Jet upon, i.e. "treat with insolence" | Mightful, full of might; IV. iv. 5.

(Quartos, iet"; Folios, " set” ; Minion, pert, saucy person ; II. iii.

Malone, jut"); II. i. 64. Joy, enjoy ; II. iii. 83.

Mistership, a blunder for “mistressJust, just so, exactly; IV. ii. 24. ship"; IV. iv. 40.

Mock, derision, scorn; IV. iv. 58. Kind, nature; II. i. 116.

Moe, more; V. iii. 17. Laertes' son, Ulysses; I. i. 380. Napkin, handkerchief; III. i. 140. Lamenting doings, lamentations (Anon. Nilus, the Nile; III. i. 71. MS. conj. apud Theobald, “ dron. Note, notice (Pope's emendation of

ingsfor doings "); III. ii. 62. Quartos, Folios, “notice"); II. Lasting, everlasting ; II. iii. 275. Lave, wash, bathe; IV. ii. 103. Learn, teach ; II. iii. 143.

O’ercome, covered ; II. iii. 95.

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V. i. 133.

Of, by; II. iii. 167.

Prize; “played

your p.," a from ; III. ii. 44.

technical term in the ancient -, on; IV. iii. 59.

fencing-school ; I. i. 399. Officious, ready, helpful ; V. ii. 202. Progne, wife of Tereus, to whom, in On, in; II. iii. 223.

revenge for her sister Philomela, set fire on," i.e. set fire to; she slaughtered and served up his

son Itys to eat; V. ii. 196. Onset, beginning; I. i. 238.

Propose, be ready to meet ; II. i. 80. Opinion, reputation ; I. i. 416. Put it up, put up with it; 1. i. 433. Over-ween ; “ dost o.,' art presump- Put up, i.e. sheathe your swords ; II. tuous; II, i. 29.

i. 53. Pack, plot; IV. ii. 155.

Quit, requite, revenge; I. i. 141. Painted hope (v. Note); II. iii. 126. Quotes, observes, examines; IV. i. 50. Palliament, robe; I. i. 182. Parcel, part; II. iii. 49.

Rapier, small sword; IV. ii. 85. Part, depart ; I. i. 488.

Rapine, rape ; V. ii. 59. Passing, surpassingly; II. iii. 84. Re-edified, restored ; I. i.

351. Passion, violent sorrow; I. i. 106. Remembered; "be you r.,” rememPassionate, express sorrowfully; III. ber; IV. iii. s. ii. 6.

Reprehending, reproving, reprimandPatient; "p. yourself,” i.e. be ing; III. ii. 69. patient; 1. i. 121.

Requite, revenge ; III. i. 297. Perforce, of necessity ; II. i. 107. Reserved, preserved, kept safe; I. i. Per Styga, per manes vehor, i.e. I am 165.

borne through the Styx, through Resolve, tell; V. iii. 35
the kingdom of the dead ; II. i. Rolled, coiled (Collier MS., coiled);
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II. iii. 13.
Philomel, the daughter of Pandion, Rue, pity ; I. i. 105.

ravished by Tereus, who after Ruffle, be turbulent and disorderly ; wards cut out her tongue to pre

vent her exposing him ; II. iii. 43. Phæbe, Diana (Quartos, Folio 1, Sacred (used ironically, with per“ Thebe"); I. i. 316.

haps a quibble on the Latin use Piece, used contemptuously of a =accursed); II. i. 120. person;

Sanguine, blood-coloured; IV. ii.

97 Pitch, used of the height to which Saturn, the planet of hate and a falcon soars ; II. i. 14.

gloom; II. iii. 31. Piteously, in a manner exciting pity Scath, injury; V. i. 7.

(Heath conj. pitilessly"; Singer Secure, of, safe from ; 11. i. 3. (ed. 2), "piteousless; Collier Self-blood, selfsame blood; IV. ii MS., "despiteously"); V. i. 66.

123. Plots, spots of ground; II. i. 115. Semiramis, the queen of Assyria, Power, armed force; III. i. 300; IV. proverbial for her voluptuousness iv. 63.

and cruelty ; II. iii. 118. Present, immediate, instant; II. iii. Sensibly; "endowed with the same 173.

feelings as you”; IV. ii. 122. Presently, immediately; II. iii. 62 ; Sequence; "in s.,' one after the IV. ii. 166.

other; IV. i. 37.

1. i. 313.

1. i. 309.

II. iii. 72.

Sequester'd, separated(Quartos, Folios, Subscribe, submit; IV. ii. 130. sequestred); II. iii. 75.

Succeed, succeeded ; 1. i. 40. Servile, slavish (Quarto 2, Folios, Successantly, (?) following after an. " idle"); II. i. 18.

other, or, perhaps, successfully; Shall, will; IV. iv. 107.

(Rowe, ós

successfully; Capell, Shape, form ; IV. iv. 57.

incessantly; Collier conj. " thou Shive, slice; II, i. 87.

instantly ") ; Cartwright conj. Sibyl, one of the Roman prophet you instantly); IV. iv. 113. esses; IV. i. 105.

Successive; “my s. title,” “ my title Single, isolate; " s. you," bring to the succession"; I. i. 4. unattended ; II. i. 117.

Suppose, supposition ; I. i. 440. Sinon, the Greek who persuaded the Surance, assurance ; V. ii. 46.

Trojans to carry the wooden Suum cuique, to every man his due; horse into Troy; V. iii. 85.

I. i. 280. Sit fas aut nefas, be it right or wrong Swarth, swarthy, black (Quarto 1,

(a popular Latin phrase); II. i. "swartie" ; Capell, “swarty ");

133. Sith, since ; I. i. 271; IV. iii. 49. Sweet water, perfumed water; II. Slip, scion ; V. i. 9.

iv, 6. Smooth, flatter; IV. iv. 96.

Swelling, full to bursting ; V. iii. 13. Solemn, ceremonious; II. i. 112. Swounded, swooned, fainted ; V. i. Solon's happiness, alluding to Solon's 119.

saying that no man can be pro-
nounced happy before his death; | Take up, make up ; IV. iii. 92.

Tedious, laborious ; II. iv. 39.
Some deal, somewhat; III, i. 245. Temper, shape, mould; IV. iv. 109.
Somewhat, something ; IV. i. 9.

mix; V. ii. 200. Somewhither, somewhere, to some Tendering, caring for ; I. i. 476.

place or other; IV. i. 11. Tent, I. i. 138. (The annexed exSpeak fair, humour; V. ii. 140. amples of Roman tents of the Speed, succeed

(Delius

conj. time of Julius Cæsar are from " speak); 1. i. 372.

ancient bas-reliefs at Rome).
Spleenful, hot, eager; II. iii. 191.
Spurn, hurt, stroke; III. i. 101.
Square, quarrel; II. i. 100.

shape; III, ii. 31.
Stale, laughing-stock; I. i. 304.
Stand on, insist on; IV. iv, 105.
Starved, benumbed with cold ; III.

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Stay'd, detained ; II. iii. 181.
Still, always, continually ; III. ii. 30.

-, constant; III. ii. 45.
Stint, stop, silence; IV. iv. 86.
Stood upon, set a high value upon; That, that which; I. i. 408.

Threat, threaten; II. i. 40. Straight, straightway, immediately; Threats, threatens ; IV. iv. 67.

Ticed, enticed ; II. iii. 92. Stuprum, violation; IV. i. 78. Timeless, untimely ; II. iii. 265.

II. iii. 124.

1. i. 127.

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