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Carl, carlot, churl, clown, vi. 349
Carlot, .carl, churl, clown, ii. 407
Carpet-knights, effeminate men, ii. 699
Carping, or capering, iii. 380
Carriage, or courage, iv. 143. 674
Carry out a side, to win a game, to

succeed, v. 720
Carve, to court while carving, i. 181
Case, the skin of an animal, exterior,

ü. 590. 717 ; ii. 95
Case of lives, two lives, iii. 577
Caske, or casket, iv. 69
Cassock, a horseman's coat, ii. 604
Castiliano vulgo, ii. 646
Castle, or helmet, iv. 580; v. 47
Cataian, liar, thief, cheat, native of

China, i. 192; ii. 667
Cates, cakes, dainties, ii. 475
Cats, the dislike of, ii. 323. 605
Cats, the Prince of, v. 137
Caudle, hempen, a halter, iv. 89
Cautelous, cautious, wary, v. 318
Censer in a barber's shop, ii. 507
Censer, man in a, iii. 526
Censure, opinion, judgment, sentence,

i. 279; iv. 20. 269. 364
Censurer, or counsellor, vi. 42
Cess, out of all, out of all measure or

calculation, iii. 342
Cesse, to cease, ii. 619
Chains, by whom worn, ii. 26. 669
Chambers, small pieces of artillery, iii.

461. 575; iv. 384
Champain, open country, ii. 681
Changeling, a child changed by Fairies,

or Gypsies, iii. 61
Chape, hook of a dagger, ii. 487. 603
Character, description, hand-writing,

iii. 59; v. 649
Character, to write, v. 491
Charactery, any thing written, v. 323
Characts, marks, inscriptions, i. 340
Chares, offices, duties, vi. 234
Charge-house, or large house, ii. 149
Charm, to enchant, to bewitch, č. 235;

v. 322; vi. 268
Charm, enchantment, witchery, vi. 224
Charm your tongue, be silent, a phrase,

iii. 78; vi. 1:20
Charmer, enchantress, witch, vi. 82
Charneco, a kind of wine, iv. 39
Chase, a term at tennis, iii. 554

Chattels, goods, iv. 428
Chaudron, entrails, v. 433
Cheater, escheator, i. 182 ; iii. 462
Cheers, or chats, iv. 636
Cherry-pit, a game, ii. 696
Cheveril, kid-skin, iv, 399; v. 139
Cheveril gloves, kid gloves, ii. 688
Chewet, or suet, iii. 403
Childing, productive, ii. 202
Choice, or chiefe, v. 491
Chopine, Venetian high-shoe, v. 523
Chopping French, iii. 303
Church Ales, holy ales, vi. 387
Cide, to decide, vi. 611
Cinque-pace, a dance, ii. 22
Cital, a recital, iii. 408
Cite, to incite, i. 112
Clack-dish of beggars, i. 314
Clear stories, in architecture, ii. 707
Clepe, to call, to name, v. 419. 495 ;

vi. 515
Cliff, or cleft, iv. 574
Cling, to starve, v. 458
Clip, to embrace, i. 65; ïïi. 106. 194 ;

iv. 71. 687; vi. 220. 503
Cloths, painted, common coloured hang-

ings, iv. 594
Clout, the mark, or white in archery,

iii. 477 ; v. 707
Clouted brogues, strong and heavy

nailed shoes, vi.
Clubs ! an exclamation for help, ii. 422;

iii. 663; v. 24
Coach-fellow, or couch-fellow, i. 196
Coals, carrying, pocketing wrongs, üi.

578; v. 100
Coast, to approach sidelong, vi. 511
Coasting, or occasion, iv. 562
Cobloaf, a small round loaf, iv. 507
Cock, a cock-boat, v. 705
Cock and pie, by, an asseveration, i.

178; iii. 513
Cockney, a person cockered, ii. 704
Cockney, a cook, or dish, v. 663
Coffin, custard, the crust round a cus-

tard, ii. 506 ; v. 82
Cog, to deceive, to cheat, ii. 159
Colbrand, the giant, iii. 132
Collied, black, coaled, ii. 191
Collied, or quelled, vi. 53
Collier, a term of abuse, ii. 696
Coloquintida, colocynth, vi. 34

Conveyance, stealing, fraud, artifice,

iii. 660; iv. 172
Convince, to overcome, to conquer, ii.

174; v. 403. 445; vi. 88. 272. 398
Convince, to convict, iv. 514
Convive, to feast together, iv. 569
Copatain hat, a conical hat, ii. 517
Cope, covering, vi. 278. 454
Cope, to cheap, to deal, to traffic, to

bargain, ii. 334
Cophetua, King, and the Beggar, a

ballad, ii. 105
Coranto, a dance, ii. 562. 649; iii. 586
Corky, dry, hard, shrivelled, v. 689
Costard, the head, ii. 118; v. 712
Cote, to overtake, v. 519
Counsel, secresy, i. 172
Counsellor, or courtier, v. 118
Counter, to hunt, to hunt on a wrong

scent, v. 573
Counterfeit, portrait, likeness, v. 281
Counterpoints, counterpanes, ii. 481
Couples for dogs, iv. 502
Court cupboard, a buffet, v. 120
Court holy water, flattery, v. 672
Court of guard, iii. 670; vi. 43. 54
Coverture, or overture, iv. 626
Cower, to bend, to sink, vi. 445
Coy, to stroke, to caress, ii. 233; vi. 488
Coystril, a kestrel, a bastard hawk, ii.

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Colours, to fear no, to feel no alarm,

ii. 651; üïi. 529
Colt, to trick, to fool, iii. 346
Co-mart, a treaty, a bargain, v. 476
Combined, bound, restrained, i. 333
Combinate, contracted, i. 309
Comforting, abetting, supporting, iii. 43
Comma, connexion, v. 596
Commend, to take upon, to take upon

commendation, ü, 384
Commends, recommends, vi. 327
Common and several, ii. 114
Compact, in concert with, v. 655
Compact, made up, composed, vi. 490
Companion, a fellow, ii. 600. 694 ; iv.

684 ; v. 358; vi. 102. 285
Compassed window, a bay or bow-

window, iv. 488
Competitor, a confederate, a rival, ii.

707 ; vi. 149
Comply, to compliment, iv. 333 ; v.

521. 601
Compt, account, v. 230
Comptible, accountable, liable or sub-

ject to, ii. 656
Compulsative, compulsatory, v. 477
Conclusions, experiments, vi. 252. 274
Concolinel, a tune, ii. 116
Condition, habit, temperament, vi. 232
Coney-catching, cheating, defrauding,

i. 173; ü. 491. 518
Confiscate, or contiscated, iv. 188
Confound, to mingle, to lose, i. 370
Congreeing, agreeing together, iii. 552
Conjunctive, united, v. 579
Consist, to stand, vi. 403
Consort, concert, i. 136; v. 149
Consort, to associate with, to keep com-

pany, i. 369; iv. 290
Construe, or conster, ii. 684
Contain, to retain, ii. 343
Contaminate, or contaminated, iii. 616
Contemptible, contemptuous, ii. 37
Con thanks, to give thanks, a colloquial

phrase, ii. 603; v. 275
Continuate, or convenient, vi. 86
Contraction, marriage contract, v. 555
Contrive, to spend, or pass, ii. 469; vi.

667
Convented, collected, iii. 167; iv. 445
Convey, to steal, to cheat, to defraud,

i. 180 ; iii. 291. 548

646; vi. 455
Cozier's catches, botchers', or cobblers'

songs, ii. 668

Crack, a boy, a child, iii. 476; iv. 614
Crack-hemp, a term of abuse, ii. 516
Crants, garlands, v. 592
Crare, or crayer, a small ship, bark, or

vessel, vi. 336
Credent, credible, plausible, credilable,

i. 336; iii. 21
Credit, a thing believed, ii. 710
Cressets, blazing lights, iii. 369
Cressid's uncle, Pandarus, ii. 554
Crone, an old woman, iii. 44
Crosby House, or Place, iv. 237. 281
Crosses, pieces of money with crosses

upon them, ii. 103; iii. 441
Cross-gartering, a fashion, ii. 680
Crow-keeper, a clumsy ungainly bow-

man, v. 115. 707
Crowing of the French cock, iii. 197
Crown, or cow, iv, 459

Cruel, or quarrel, iv. 398
Cruel, worsted, v. 659
Crumbs to rub chains, ii. 669
Crush a cup, to drink a cup, v. 111
Crush'd, compelled, forced, iii. 552
Cruzadoes, Portuguese coins, vi. 81
Cry aim, to encourage, to incite, i. 207.

212; ii. 140
Cue, the tail, or end of a speech, ii.

215; iv. 289
Culpable, or capable, iv. 452
Cunning, knowledge, v. 288; vi. 430
Cunning, skill, v. 583
Cupid and Death, the fable of, vi. 513
Curds and cream at farm-houses, i. 207
Curiosity, scrupulousness, particulari-

ty, v. 628
Cursorary, cursory, iii. 638
Curtains, the, in our old play-houses,

i. 355 ; iv. 394
Curtal, a docked horse, ü. 562
Curtle-ax, a cutlass, ii. 369
Custard, leaping into a, ii. 573
Customer, a prostitute, a whoremon-

ger, vi. 91

Cut, a docked horse, ii. 671
Cut and long-tail, probably dogs of all

kinds, i. 222
Cut a purse, 10 pick a pocket, iii. 67
Cyprus, crape, ii. 686

Dearn, dark, lonely, dreary, dismal,

v. 90; vi. 424
Death, an antick, iïi. 267
Debauch'd, deboist, or debosh’d, i. 54;

ii. 565; v. 641
Deceivable, deceptive, ii. 711; iii. 257
Deck, a pack of cards, iv. 197
Deck, to sprinkle, i. 21
Decline, to reduce, to lower, v. 261
Decline, to incline to, to turn toward,

i. 389
Defend, to forbid, ii. 23; iv. 299
Deftly, dexterously, cleverly, v. 434
Defy, to refuse, to reject, iii. 168
Dejectitude, or directitude, iv. 690
Delations, informations, vi. 66
Demerits, merits, iv. 610; vi. 18
Demonstrance, or remonstrance, i. 351
Denay, a denial, ii. 675
Denay, to deny, iv. 20
Den, good, good-even or good-day, ii.

45; iii. 131; iv. 632; v. 172
Denier, the 12th part of a sous, iv. 239
Depart, to part, to separate, ii. 112
Descant, variation in music, i. 97;

iv. 298; vi. 561
Design, to point out, to designate, to

show, iii. 225
Despiteously, pitilessly, v. 73
Detect, to display, to discover, iv. 146
Devils, roaring, in old plays, iii. 615
Dich, do it, v. 223
Diet, to take, to be under a regimen,

to fast, i. 103; ii. 624
Diffuse, to disorder, confuse, make

strange, i. 239 ; v. 634
Dildos and fadings, the burdens of old

ballads, iii. 76
Disable, to underrate, ii. 409
Disappointed, unprepared, v. 500
Discandying, melting, vi. 209
Disclaim in, to disclaim, v. 653
Disclose, to hatch, v. 594
Discolourers, painters of faces, iv. 571
Diseases or degrees, iii. 441
Dismes, tens, iv. 511
Disposed to be wanton, ii. 115
Disposed, composed, vi. 230
Dissolve, to determine, vi. 209
Distilled, or bechilled, v. 486
Doff, to do off, to put off, ii. 37
Doits, small coins, vi. 225

Daggers, of old, worn by women, v. 181
Dagonet, Sir, in King Arthur's Show,

iii. 483
Damascus and Cain, iii, 661
Dancing-horse of Banks, ii. 103
Danger, to stand within, to be indebled

to a person, ii. 328
Dare, bare, or blear, vi. 288
Daring larks, dazzling them, iv. 426
Darkling, in the dark, ii. 210
Darraign, to prepare for battle, iv. 143
Dates used in old cookery, iv. 492
Daub, to cover, conceal, v. 694
Days, to take no longer, a phrase, v. 63
Day-woman, dairy-woman, ii. 106
Dead, to do, to kill, iv. 132
Deal, part, portion, share, vi. 687
Dear, injurious, ii. 714
Dear, or dire, ii, 178; v. 286. 485

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Dole, happy man be his, share, or por-

tion, i. 223; ii. 457; iii. 22. 348
Dole, dealing, distribution, iii. 432
Dollars and dolours, i, 269
Don, to do on, to put on, v. 571
Doubtfully, or doubly, i. 374
Do withall, I could not, I could not

help it, ii. 319
Dowle, down, plume, i. 61
Dreams, John a-, v. 527
Drench, or dregs of a storm, i. 46
Dress’d, addressed, prepared, iv. 499
Dribbling, or dribbing, i. 274
Drum, John, his Entertainment, ü. 588
Drumble, to dawdle, to be slow, i. 218
Ducdame, or duc ad me, ii. 379
Dudgeon, handle, v. 405 ·
Due, to endue, ii. 708
Dug, or dung, vi. 239
Dullard, dolt, simplelon, vi. 369
Dumb, to silence, vi. 151
Dump, a sad tune or song, i. 136; ii.

34; v. 187; vi. 561
Dun's the mouse, a phrase, v. 116

Enginer, engineer, v. 561
Enmew, to mew up, i. 305
Ensconce, to shelter, to hide, i. 217;

vi. 572
Enseamed, greasy, sweaty, v. 556
Ensign, or Ancient, the colours, or the

bearer of them, v. 369
Entreat, to treat, to use, iii. 262; iv. 43
Envoy, or Lenvoy, ii. 118
Envy, hatred, and to hate, ii. 322; iv.

624. 671; v. 319
Escoted, paid, v. 520
Esil, or eysel, vineyar, v. 594
Esperance, hope, v. 692
Essay, or assay, to try, iv. 133
Even, or to win, ii. 542
Even Christian, fellow Christian, v. 586
Ever among so merrily, the burden of

a ballad, iii. 521
Everlasting garment, an, i. 400
Evils, or offals, i. 293
Excrement, beard, hair, iii. 93; v.

558
Exempt, separated, taken away, i.

381
Exercise, religious instruction, iv. 286
Exhibition, allowance, i. 101
Exigent, end, extremity, iii. 682
Expedience, expedition, speed, haste,

iii. 322. 611; v. 141
Expedient, erpeditious, iii. 136. 239 ;

iv. 53. 238
Expediently, expeditiously, ii. 387
Expiate, expired, finished, concluded,

iv. 287; vi. 600
Exposure, or exposture, iv. 677
Exsufflicate, puffed up, vi. 69
Extemporal performances, v. 522
Extend, to seize, vi. 141
Extent, or ostent, v. 521
Extract, taken away, iv. 499
Extraught, extracted, iv. J 46
Extravagant, wandering, vi. 16
Eyases, young hawks, v. 320
Eyas-musket, a young, lillle, nestling

hauk, i. 215
Eye, a slight shade of colour, a small

quantity, i. 36 ; v. 493
Eyen, eyes, i. 116
Eyes, green, admired, i. 151; v. 173
Eyry, a nest, v. 520
Eysel, or esil, vinegar, vi. 639

Eager, sour, sharp, biting, iv. 157; v.

494. 500
Eaning time, birth-time, vi. 435
Ear, to plough or till, ii. 543; iii. 269;

iv. 716; vi. 148. 483. 592
Ear-bussing, kissing, or buzzing, v. 647
Eche, for eke, vi. 424
Eftest, readiest, easiest, ii. 66
Egal, equal, v. 67
Eggs for money, taking, iii. 21
Eld, old age, i. 238. 303 ; iv. 513
Element, initiation, qualification, iv.365
Emballing, or empaling, iv. 399
Embarquements, or embarguements,

impediments, iv. 629
Embossed, foaming at the mouth, ii.

444. 490; vi. 225
Embroided, embroidered, iii. 76
Empyric physic, or emperick qutique,

quackery, iv. 633
Emulation, or exultation, iv. 608
Enactures, or enactors, v. 542
Encharmed, enchanted, v. 107
End, and there an, a phrase, iii. 558
Engaged, or incaged, iii. 400

Falcon, a female hawk, iv. 532
Fadge, to suit, to answer, ii. 151. 663
Fair, fairness, beauty, i. 375; ii. 124.

192. 390; vi. 518
Faitour, a vagabond, a rascal, iii. 464
Fall, to let fall, to drop, i. 43 ; iii. 280;

vi. 95
False Steward, the, a ballad, v. 575
Fancies and good-nights, iii. 484
Fancies, the humour of forty, ii. 488
Fancy, love, ii. 238 ; iii. 86; vi. 661
Fangled, new-fangled, vi. 358
Fap, drunk, fuddled, i. 175
Farced, tumid, stuffed, filled, iii. 604;

iv. 572; v. 456
Fashion-mongering, ii. 71
Fashions, the farcins, in horses, ii. 487
Fast and loose, a game, vi. 224
Favour, countenance, look, ii. 672 ; iii.

106. 286; v. 313; vi. 34. 363. 469
Fear, to alarm, to frighten, iii. 504; iv.

174; vi. 171. 518
Fearful, terrible, i. 33
Feat, neat, nice, vi. 363. 660
Feated, made feat or nice, vi. 261
Fecks, i, in faith, or in fact, iii. 19
Feeders, servants, vi. 207
Feeding, breeding, bringing up, iii. 75
Fee-farm, for ever, freehold, iv. 532
Feere, a companion, wife, v. 56; vi. 388
Fell, the skin, ii. 149
Fellow, a companion, ii. 694
Feodary, confederate, accomplice, i.

300 ; iii. 35; vi. 305
Fern-seed, for invisibility, iï. 345
Fet, fetch'd, iï. 576
Fetch, a contrivance, v. 506
Fico, a fig, i. 180
Fig, the Spanish, iii. 524
Fil'd, defiled, v. 418
File, list, rank, v. 419
Fills, or phills, shafts, iv. 532
Fine, to conclude, to end, vi. 555
Fine, or line, iii. 548.
Finsbury, or Lipsbury, pinfold, v. 652
Firago, or virago, ii. 700
Fire-drake, a fire-work, iv. 460
Fitchew, a polecat, vi. 92
Fits, old divisions in ballads, iv. 527
Five wits, the, the five senses, v. 117.

678; vi. 652
Fives, the vives, in horses, ii. 487

Fixure, or fixture, iv. 497
Flap-dragon, ii. 148 ; iii, 6). 467
Flap-jacks, pancakes, vi. 409
Flaw, a gust of wind, iv. 55. 708; v.

426. 592; vi. 427. 499
Flew'd, chapped like hounds, ii. 237
Flecked, spotted, dappled, v. 134
Fleet, to float, vi. 209
Fleshed, having tasted flesh, iv. 314
Flight arrows, for distance, ii. 10
Float, or flote, a wave, i. 24
Florentius' love, ii. 463
Flouted, scorned, derided, iv. 263
Flush as May, v. 552
Foison, plenty, abundance, i. 39. 278;

v. 444 ; vi. 176. 614
Followers, suitors, vi. 314
Fond, foolish, silly, weak, i. 342; ii.

228. 316. 373; iii. 298. 496; iv.

45 ; v. 35; vi. 41
Fools, clothed in motley, iv. 361
Fools, the begging of, i. 373
Foot, to grasp in the talons, vi. 357
Foot-cloth, housing for horses, iv. 87
Footed, landed, v. 676
Force not, care not for, value not, ii.

165; vi. 558
Force of, of necessity, compulsorily, ii.

334; iii. 84. 332
Force perforce, of mere necessity, un-

avoidably, iii. 502
Force, or farce, to stuff, to fill, to cram,

iv. 523. 572
Fordo, to destroy, v. 592 ; vi. 113
Foreslow, to delay, iv. 149
Forfeits in barbers' shops, i. 348
Forfend, to forbid, iii. 285
Forked heads, a kind of arrows, ii. 370
Formal, regular, sensible, not deranged,

ii. 679; vi. 167
Forspoke, spoken against, vi. 193
Forthy, therefore, vi. 405
Fox, a sword, iii. 614
Fox, the hid, or the kid fox, ii. 33
Frampold, uncomfortable, disagreeable,

troublesome, i. 199
French falconers, v. 523
Fretten, fretted, ii. 325
Freke, a fellow, v. 68
Frank, a sty, or fatting-place, iii. 456 ;

iv. 249. 592
Fray, to aların, frighten, ii. 609

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