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Earnest, earnest money, a part paid | Glass-faced, reflecting, like a mirror,

beforehand as a pledge; IV. iii. the looks of his patron; I. i. 58. 47.

Good, real; II. ii. 234. Embossed, tumid, swollen ; V. i. 220. Good even, the common form of saluEntertain, use, enıploy ; IV. iii. 497.

tation after noon ; [I. ii. 9. Ever, always (Rowe's emendation of Gorge ; "cast the g. at,” vomit; IV.

Folios, 6 very"); I. ii. 29. Exceptless, making no exception ; Gramercies, many thanks; II. ii. 69.

Grave, bury; IV. iii. 166.

Griefs, grievances; V. iv. 14. Fail, offence (Capell's reading ; Grise, step ; IV. iii. 16. Folios, fall"; Hanmer, " fault"); Grows, grows older (Theobald,

goes "); I. i. 3. Fall; - at f.," at a low ebb; II. ii. Gules, the heraldic term for red; IV. Falling-from, falling off (Pope, Gull, properly, an unfledged nest

falling off); IV. iii. 405. ling, here used with play upon Fang, seize with teeth ; IV. iii. 23. this and secondary sense :-dupe ; Fate, evil destiny (Warburton conj. "fault"); III. v. 14.

Gust, taste, relish ; III. v. 54.
Feeders, parasites; II. ii. 166.
Fees, property (Warburton conj. Habit, exterior; IV. iii. 113.

focs"; Singer, lees "); III. vi. Half-caps, caps half taken off, slight 82.

salutations; II. ii. 219. Fellows, companions ; IV. ii. 18. Hap, chance, luck; III. ii. 27. Fierce, excessive; IV. ii. 30. Hard in, hardened to; IV. iii. 269. Files, ranks of soldiers; V. ii. 1. Harness, armour; I. ii. 52. Flamen, priest ; IV. iii. 155

Having, possessions ; II. ii. 151. Flood, sea, ocean ; V. i. 219. Heart; “in h.,” heartily; i.e. I drink Flush, in its full vigour; V. iv. 8. to you with all my heart, heartily; Fond, foolish; I. ii. 64.

(Gould conj. " your health"); 1. For, because; III. v. 8o. of; V. i. 11.

Heaven, salvation (here good Forth on, onward; 1. i. 49.

advice; according to others, “ the Fracted, broken; II. i. 22.

pleasure of being flattered”); I. Fractions, broken sentences ; II. ii. 218.

How to, shape by cutting (Daniel Frame, plan ; IV. iii. 262.

conj. “hew out"); V. iv. 46. Framed, moulded, shaped ; V. i. 126. Hinge, bend ; IV. iii. 211. Frankly, as frankly, as freely ; II. ii. His, its ; I. i. 31. 186.

Hoar, make rotten ; IV. iii. 155. Free, liberal ; II. ii. 240

Hold, continue; II. i. 12. From, from among; I. ii. 9o. Hold taking, bear handling; I. ii. 153. -, away from; IV. iii 534. Honesty, liberality, bounty; III. i. 30.

Horrid, dreadful ; V. iv. 13. German, akin; IV. iii. 342.

Hoy-day, hey-day ; I. ii. 131. Girdlest in, dost surround (Folios, Humour, caprice (Folios 1, girdles "); IV. i. 2.

humors "); III. vi. 115. Give out, profess to be; I. i. 160. Hungerly, hungrily; I. i. 252

ji. 53.

ii. 256.

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Husbandry, good management, econ- | Made-up, complete, perfect; V.1.101. omy; II. ii. 162.

Make, do; III, v. 46.
Hyperion, the God of the Sun; IV. Many, many of; III. vi. 10.

Marrow, vigour; V. iv. 9.
Mean;

mean eyes," i.e. eyes of inIdle, triling ; I. ii. 154.

feriors (Theobald conj. "men’s"); foolish; IV. iii. 27. Importunacy, importunity ; II. ii. 42. Means, power, wealth; V. iv. 20. Incertain, uncertain ; IV. iii. 243.

Meddler, used with quibble upon Incontinent, inconstant, unchaste; " medlar"; IV. iii. 309.

Medlar, a kind of fruit; IV. iii. 305. Infected, diseased (Rowe, affected"); Meed, merit; I. i. 276. IV. iii. 202.

Men, human beings; IV, iii. 534. Inferr'd, alleged ; III. v. 73. Merely, absolutely; IV. i. 32. Infinite (?) numberless (Grant White Mind, magnanimity; I. ii. 164.

conj. " infectious "); II. vi. 102. Minion, favourite, darling; IV.iii.80. Influence (used in the astrological | Minute-jacks, time-servers (with persense); V. i. 66.

haps an allusion to so Jacks-of

the-clock," figures that struck the II. ii. 228.

bell in old clocks); III. vi. 101. Ingrateful, ungrateful ; IV. ii. 45. Innocence (?) want of spirit (perhaps

used ironically); I. i. 195. Intending, pretending ; II. ii. 217. Ira furor brevis est, anger is a brief

madness; I. ii. 28. It, its ; V. i. 151. Keep his house, remain within the

house ; III. iii. 42. Lag, lowest class (Folios 1, 2, 3;

legge”; Anon. ap. Rann conj.

tag "); III. vi. 84. Late, lately; II. i. 1. Lay for, venture for, strive to win ;

III. v. 115.

Leak’d, leaky; IV. ii. 19.
Leech, physician ; V. iv. 84.
Legs, used with play upon (i) limbs,

(ii), bowing ;, 1. ij. 240.
Length; "at 1.;" at last; II. ii. 156.
Levell’d, aimed ; I. i. 47.
Liberty, licentiousness; IV. i. 25.
Limited, circumscribed, confined

within bounds; IV. iii. 433.
Lined, stuffed ; IV. i. 14.
Lively, to the life ; V. i. 85.
Loaden, loaded, laden ; III. v. 50.

Jack o'the clock.
From the specimen formerly at St Dunstan's

Church, Fleet Street, E.C.

jii. 159.

jji. 231.

Misanthropos, hater of mankind ; | Part, particular business (S.

(Folio 1, "misantropos "); IV. iii. Walker conj. pact); V. i. 123. 53.

side, part; '“ in general p.," Moe, more; I. i. 41.

in the public cause; V. ii. 7. Monstrous, unnatural ; V. i. 91. --, depart; IV. ii. 21. Moss’d, overgrown with moss (Folios Particular, personal advantage; IV.

1, 2, "moyst"; Folios 3, 4, 6 moist "); IV. iii. 223.

Particularly; "halts not p.," does Motives, authors; V. iv. 27.

not stop at particular persons; I. Multiplying, increasing; IV. i. 34.

i. 46. Mysteries, trades, professions ; iv. Parts, endowments, qualities ; II. ii. i. 18.

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--, virtues ; III. v. 76. Natural, used probably in double Passes, surpasses (Jackson conj.

sense (i) genuine, (ii) a fool ; V. surpasses "); I. i. 12. i. 88.

Passion, violent emotion ; III. i. 59. Nature, necessities of nature ; IV. Patchery, “botchery intended to

hide faults; gross and bungling. Near, nearly ; I. ii. 179.

hypocrisy”; V. i. 99. Neighbour, neighbouring; IV. iii. 94. Pawn, pledge; I. i. 147.

Perfect ; " for ever p.," arrived at Objects, things presented to the sight, the perfection of happiness; I. everything that comes in the way;

ii. 86. IV. iii. 122.

Perfection, highest excellence; (? Occasion, necessity; III, ii. 26.

56 perfect image”; III, vi. 94. Occasions, engagements; III. vi. 10. Perfumes ; "diseased p. =“diseased Offices, apartments where food was perfumed mistresses"; IV. iii. 207. prepared ; II. ii. 165.

Periods, puts an end to; I. i. 99. On, at ; I. i. 141.

Personating, representing; V. i. 35. in ; IV. iii. 101.

Pill, pillage, plunder ; IV. i. 12. Ope, open; V. iv. 47.

Plain-dealing, an allusion to the proOperant, active; IV. iii. 25.

verb, “ Plain-dealing is a jewel, Opulency, opulence, riches; V. i. 38. but they that use it die beggars”; Ort, remnant; IV. iii. 400. Out, without, outside ; IV. i. 38. Ports, gates; V. iv. 55. Outgoes, exceeds ; 1. i. 273.

Prefer, show, lay before; III. v. 34. Owed; "0. to you," held at your Preferr'd, showed, presented; II. service; I. i. 151.

Present ; p. slaves," i.e. immediate Pack, be off; V. i. 115.

slaves (S. Walker conj. peasant Page, follow like a page ; IV. iii. slaves "); I. i. 71. 224.

Presentment; upon the heels of my Painfully; 6 thou hast p. dis P.," as soon as my book has

covered ; " i.e. thou hast to our been presented to its patron "; 1.

distress discovered ; V. ii. 1. Paper, bonds, deeds (Warburton, Proof, test ; II. ii. 164.

"proper"; Hanmerperpetuum "; resisting power; IV. iii. 124. Kinnear conj. " person"; Becket Properties, makes the property of; conj. "pauper"); 1. ii. 250.

1. i. 209.

iv. 49.

i. 27:

1. i. 57

2.

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jii. 271.

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iii. 473.

iv. 13

Prosperous, favourable ; V. i. 186.

Rother's, ox's (Singer's reading, Protest, vow; IV. iii. 439.

adopted by Collier; Folios, Purposes, plans, intentions; V. i. 17. Brothers"; Rowe, beggar's”; Pursy, “ fat and short-winded"; V. Warburton, " weather's "; Farmer iv. 12.

conj. “ broader ; etc.); IV. iii. 12. Push, pshaw! (Theobald, “ Psha”; Rotten, corrupted ; IV. iii. Hanmer, “ Pish"); III. vi. 112. Round, plain, straight-forward ; II.

ii. 8.
Quick, living ; IV. iii. 44.
Quillets, nice, subtle distinctions; Sacrificial, full of devotion as to a
IV. iii. 155

God; I. i. 81.
Quit, rid of you; IV. iii. 400. Salt, wanton ; IV. iii. 85.
Quittance, requital; I. i. 279. Sans, without; IV. iii. 122.

Scope ; " conceived to

" i.e. "imRag, shabby, beggarly person ; IV. agined, appositely, to the pur

pose”; (Folios, “conceyu'd, to Rampired, barricaded ; V. iv. 47. scope"; Theobald, “ conceiv'd to th Rank'd, crowded; I. i. 65.

scope"); I. i. 72. Rapt, beside myself; V. i. 67. Secure thy heart, be reassured ; II. ii. Rarely, admirably, excellently ; IV.

Seen; “is my lord s. yet," i.e. to be Recoverable, possible to be brought seen; III. iv. 9. back to a better condition ; III. Semblable, like; iv. iii. 22.

Sequence, succession ; “s. of degree"; Regardfully, respectfully; IV. iii. according to their rank; V. i. 211.

Set; “ s. so only to himself," i.e. Remembrance; " better r.," i.e. re wrapt up in self-contempla

membrance of better things ; III. tion"; V, i, 120. vi. 46.

Set him clear, make him appear Remorse, pity ; IV. iii. 122.

innocent; III, iii. 31. Remotion, non-appearance, absence Set me on, put me to ; II. ii, 164. (Grant White conj. motion) ”; Shall's, shall us=shall we; IV, iii.

410. Render, statement, confession ; V. i. Signet ; II. ii. 208. (Cp. the sub

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Render back, give back; IV. i. 9.
Render'd, surrendered, given up; V.

iv. 62.
Repugnancy, resistance; III. v. 45.
Requite, repay; IV. iii. 529.
Resort; “ her r.,” to visit her; I. i.

127.
Respect ; in r. of his,” in propor-
tion to what he possesses; III.

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ii. 81.
Respectively, regardfully; III. i. 7.
Restraining, withholding; V. i. 151.
Resumes, assumes; II. ii. 4.

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Sinner, a cause of sin ; I ii. 58. Take, make ; V. i. 213.
Smooth’d, flattered ; IV iii. 17 Tendance, persons attending, waiting
So, if only; V iv. 48.

his pleasure; I. i. 80. Solidares, small pieces of money ; That, would that; IV. iii. 281. III. i. 46.

Time's flies, “fies of a season"; Something, somewhat; IV. iii 55

III. vi. 100
Sour, bitter (Rowe's emendation ; | Tiring, busy; III. vi 4.

Folios, "four"; S. Walker conj Te; call to you,i e. call on you; your "); V. i 223.

1. ii 221. Spilth, spilling ; II. ii. 167

Told, counted; III. v. 107. Spirit, anger, wrath ; III. v

Touch, touchstone ; IV. iii 393. Spital-house, hospital, IV. iii 39 Touch ; "t. the estimate,” Spotted die ; V. iv. 34. (Cp. illus price at which it is estimated; I. stration )

Touch'd, tested with the touch-stone:

III iii, 6.
Toward, at hand; III. vi. 60.

Towardly, docile; III. I. 36.
(a)

Tract, track, trace; I. i 50.
Traversed, crossed, folded, (?) re-

versed ; V. iv. 7
True, honest; IV. iii 464.
Trump, trumpet; I ii. 119.
Try, trial ; V. i. 10,

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IV iii. 522.

Unagreeable, unsuitable; II ii. 41.

Unbolt, reveal, explain; I. i. 51. From specimens found (a) in the neigh- Uncharged, unassailed ; V. iv. 55.

bourhood of Marseilles and 13) at Unclew, undo, ruin ; I i. 168.
Herculaneum respectively.

Unctuous, oily ; IV. jii. 195
Under;

"u. praise," by being Square, suitable; V. iv 36.

praised so much (not underStarve, paralyse (Folios 1, 2, praise" as the jeweller understands so sterue"); I. i. 247

it); I. i 165. States, estates; I. i. 67

Under, under pretence of; III, iii. Still, always, continually; II. i. 11; 33.

Undergo, undertake; III. v. 24. Stint, stop; V iv. 83.

Unmatched, matchless ; IV. Stout, strong; IV. iii. 32.

524. Strain, race; I. i. 249.

Unnoted, (?) imperceptible (per-, quality; IV. iii 213.

haps = undemonstrative; III. v. Strait, strict; I. i. 96. Strange, unacquainted ; IV. iii 56. Unpeaceable, quarrelsome (Collier Strife, emulation; I. i. 37

unappeusable");

I. i. 269. Sufferance, suffering, misery; IV. Unremoveably, fixedly ; V. i. 227 iii. 268.

Untirable, untiring, indefatigable; Suspect, suspicion ; IV. iii. 520.

I. i. II.
Savath; « first s.," earliest infancy, Use, customary; I. i. 279.

swaddling clothes ; IV. iii. 252. Uses, necessitics ; II. i. 20.

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