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Frippery, an old-clothes shop, i. 71
Frize, a table of, that is, covered with

coarse uoollen cloth, iii. 568
Frize, a coxcomb of, i. 254
Frontier, forehead, iii. 332
Frush, break, to bruise, iv. 590
Fullam, or Fulham, a false die, i. 182

Gad, a point, a spur, v. 56. 629
Gain-giving, misgiving, v. 602
Gait, step, way, v. 290
Gallia and Guallia, France and Wales,

i. 210
Galliard, a lively species of dance, ii. 648
Gallow, to terrify, v. 673
Galloway nags, ii. 465
Gallowglasses, irregular Irish soldiers,

iv. 93; v. 386
Gallows called the mare, iii. 448
Garboils, commotions, disturbances,

broils, vi. 141
Garden-house, summer-house, i. 345
Garland, to lurch of the, a phrase de-

noting victory, iv. 612
Garlick, a jig so called, iv. 695
Gartering, cross, a fashion, ii. 680
Gaskins, large breeches, ii. 652
Gaudy, joyous, vi. 209
Gear, matter, purpose, affair, ii. 270;

iv. 47. 481
Geck, a fool, ii. 722; vi. 536
General, the mass of the people, v. 523
Generosity, high birth, good blood,

rank, iv. 607
Generous, or general, v. 376
Gentleman, the devil a, v. 681
German clock, ii. 122
Germins, seeds, v. 434
Gest, a resting place, iii. 16
Gests, deeds, acts, vi. 219
Ghasted, frighted, v. 649
Gib-cat, melancholy of, iii. 327 ; v. 560
Giglot, wanton, iii. 717 ; vi. 302
Gillian of Brentford, i. 232
Gilliflowers or gillyvors, iii. 71
Gilt, money, yilding, gloss, iii. 557.612;

iv. 613
Gimmal, double, geminal, iii. 608. 656
Ging, a gang, i. 234
Gird, reproof, taunt, iii. 689; iv. 609

VOL. VI.

Girdle, breaking of the, iï. 388
Girdle, to turn the, ii. 72
Give aim, to direct, i. 159 ; v. 87
Glar'd or glaz’d, v. 309
Gleek, a gird, a scoff, ii, 216 ; iii. 630.

696 ; v. 187
Globe Theatre, called “this wooden 0,"

ii. 541
Gloze, to explain, flatter, delude, i.

349 ; iii. 469. 547
God ild you, God yield you, or reward

you, ii. 400. 428 ; v. 570
Going to the world, a matrimonial

phrase, ii. 29. 425. 543
Good, to weep a, to cry bitterly, in good

earnest, i. 150
Good den, good even or good day, iii.

131 ; iv. 632
Good life, a song of, ii. 665
Good year, what the, an exclamation,

i. 187 ; ii. 19; v. 722
Goose, the Winchester, the venereal

disease, iv. 595
Gorbellied, corpulent, iii. 348
Gossips, sponsors, old women, i. 130
Goujeers, morbus Gallicus, i. 187; ii.

19; v. 722
Gourd and fullam, false dice, i. 182
Gouts, drops, v. 405
Grace, beauty, iii. 100
Grand-jurors, great swearers, iii. 348
Grass and grace, ii. 610
Greek, a foolish, ii. 704
Greek, a merry, iv. 487
Green eyes admired, i. 151; v. 173
Green frize, coarse woollen cloth, a

table covered with, iii. 568
Green-sleeves, a tune, i. 190
Green-sour, or green sward, i. 74
Gregory, Turk, iii. 412
Gripe, a griffin, vi. 544
Grise, a step, ii. 686 ; v. 262; vi. 28
Grissel, or Grizelda, patient, ii. 479
Ground, a term in music, iv. 208
Growing, accruing, i. 395
Guard, the court of, vi. 43. 54
Guarded, ornamented, usually with lace,

ii. 17. 287; iii. 178
Guards, the ornaments of dress, ii. 470;

iii. 377
Guerdon, reward, ii. 80. 121
Guerdon'd, rewarded, iv. 173

Z Z

a

a

Guiana, the riches and beauty of, i. 182
Guidon, a standard, iii. 608
Guile, or title, i. 257
Gummed velvet, the fretting and

wearing of, iii. 345
Gust, to taste, üži. 24

Hacket, Marian, of Wincot, ii. 449
Haggard of the rock, a wild hawk, i.

40. 684; vi. 71
Hair, false, the wearing of, v. 266
Haled, hauled, ii. 518
Half-face, on coins, iii. 128
Halidom, holiness, goodness, i. 143
Handsaw, and hawk, v. 521
Hangman, the little, a name given to

Cupid, ii. 43
Haply, and happily, i. 325; ii. 453
Happy man be his dole, or share, i. 223;

ii. 457 ; iii. 348
Hard, to bear, a phrase, v. 308. 320
Hare, the melancholy of a, iii. 327
Harlotry, a term of abuse, iii. 375; v.

178; vi. 104
Harness, armour, v. 222
Harpy, or Harper, v. 432
Harrow, to overthrow, to destroy, v.475
Harry, to harass, to harrow, vi. 186
Hatch, to take the, a phrase, iii. 197
Haught, proud, haughty, iii. 289
Havock, destruction, v. 340
Headborough, a constable, ii. 444
Hefts, heavings, iii. 33
Henry VII., the prophecy regarding

his succession, iv. 189
Henry, Prince, the committal of, iï.518
Hent, or hint, to take, i. 21. 34 ; üi.

68; v. 552
Herb of grace, rue, v. 575
Hesperides, the garden of the, vi. 389
Hest, behest, command, i. 26; iii. 35]
Hey Robin, jolly Robin, a ballad, or

tune, ii. 708
Hide fox and all after, a game, ii. 33;

Hilding, low base wretch, ii. 471. 587;

iii. 429. 607; vi. 293
Hint, or hent, i. 21. 34; v. 552
Hip, to catch upon the, ii. 277
Hit together, to agree together, v. 628
Hob-nob, hap or ne hap, as it may

chance, ii. 699
Hobby-horse is forgot, ii. 117; iii. 25;

v. 540
Ho ! ho! ho! ii. 231
Hodge-pudding, or hogs-pudding, i. 255
Hold, or cut bow-strings, a colloquial

phrase, ii. 198
Holding, the burden of a song, vi. 179
Holidom, or halidame, į. 143; ii. 523
Holp, helped, iv. 708. 716; vi. 374
Hoodman blind, or blind man's bough,

v. 556
Horn carried by Bedlam beggars, v. 686
Horologe, a clock, vi. 51
Hot-house, a bawdy-house, i. 282
Hour, Humphrey, iv. 322
Hox, to ham-string, iü. 24
Hugger-mugger, secretly, v. 572
Hull, to drive to and fro on the water,

ii. 657; iv. 409
Humour of forty fancies, ii. 488
Humphrey Hour, iv. 322
Hundred merry Tales, ii. 24
Hunt-counter, to run upon a wrong

scent, iii. 437
Hunts up, a morning song, v. 167
Hurly-burly, uproar, v. 385
Hurtle, to dash against, v. 325
Ilusband, a husbandman, üi. 520
Husbandry, thrift, v. 404
Hysterica passio, the mother, v. 661

I and Ay confused, iii. 275; v. 156
Ignomy, ignominy, i. 299 ; iii. 416; iv.

594; v. 61
Ill-sorted, ill accompanied, iii. 463
Illustrous, dull, dim, vi. 281
Imaginary, imaginative, iii. 541
Imbare, to expose, lay open, iii. 549
Imp, to piece out, to amend, iii. 248
Impair, unworthy, unbecoming, iv. 564
Impartial, taking no part, i. 343
Impeachment, imputation, or impedi-

ment, i. 9

V. 54

High-men and low-men, false dice,

i. 182
High-tides, high-days, iii. 156
Hight, called, named, ii. 98
Hild, held, vi, 565

Imperial, imperious, v. 15. 591 Intentively, attentively, connectedly,
Imperseverant, imperceiving, not per- coherently, vi. 27
ceiving, vi. 328

Intergatories, interrogatories, vi. 373
Impleached, interwoven, vi. 665

Interjections, of laughter, ii. 56
Importable, insupportable, ii. 27

Intrinse, intricate, v. 654
Importance, importunity, urgency, ii. Intrinsicate, intricate, vi. 249
723 ; ii. 134

Invis’d, unseen, invisible, vi. 665
Importance, carrying away, iii. 105 ; Invisible, a robe to go unseen in, ii. 204
vi. 270

Inward, intimate, i. 314 ; iv. 288
Important, importunate, ii. 22. 149.

Iris, messenger, iv. 69
591 ; v. 702

Irregulous, or irreligious, vi. 341
Impose, imposition, i. 144

I wis, or ywis, I know, or certainly, ii.
In, to harvest, to gather in a crop of 555; iv. 243; vi. 404

corn, iv. 716
Incapable, unconscious, v. 584
Incessantly, or instantly, v. 71
Incision, cutting, ii. 389

Jack-a-Lent, a puppet thrown at
Inclip, to embrace, vi. 177

during Lent, i. 215
Incony Jew, ii. 120

Jack boy! Ho, boy! the burden of a
Index, introduction, commencement, iv. drinking song, ii. 494
270; v. 555; vi. 45

Jack, or mistress at bowls, vi. 284
India, metal of, gold, ii. 676

Jack of the clock, iii. 307 ; iv. 313
Indian, or Indian beauty, ii. 309

Jack o' lantern, or Will o' the whisp,
Indies, the new map with the, ii. 690 ignis fatuus, i. 71
Indifferent, not different, ii. 496

Jacks, or keys, of virginals, vi. 646
Indigest, undigested, iv. 210

Jape, a jest, iii. 76
Induction, introduction,

Jaques, St., of Compostella, ii. 582
ment, opening, jii. 369

Jar, or tick, of clocks or watches, iii.
Indurance, durance, imprisonment, 16. 306
confinement, iv. 448

Jay, a prostitute, a common wench, i.
Inexorable, or inexecrable, ii. 326

215; vi. 312
Informal, insane, out of their senses, Jeffes, Humphrey, an actor, iv. 158
irregular, i. 345

Jephthah, the ballad of, v. 522
Ingenious, ingenuous, ii. 103; v. 238

Jerk, a stripe, a blow, iv. 33
Ingenuous, ingenious, ii. 163

Jesses, or straps, for hawks, vi. 72
Inhabitable, uninhabitable, iii. 221

Jet, to strut, to swagger, ii. 676 ; iv.
Inhibit, to prohibit, ii. 537 ; v. 427

274 ; v. 25 ; vi. 307. 401
Iniquity, the Vice in old Moralities, i.

Jew, incony, ii. 120
284; iv. 278

Jew's eye, or Jewess' eye, ii. 292
Inkhorn-mate, a pedant, iii. 688

Jig, what it was in old theatres, v. 525
Inkle, a kind of tape or worsted, ii. Jig-makers, writers of jigs, v. 539
120; iii. 76; vi. 456

John a-dreams, v. 527
Inland bred, well-bred, ii. 383

Jovial, like Jove, vi. 341
Inn, dwelling, habitation, iii. 386

Judas, and his proverbially red beard,
Innocent, natural fool, ii. 604 ; v. 684 ij. 402; iii. 30
Insconce, to fortify, to hide, i. 377 Judas, a kind of torch, ii. 171
Inset, to set, iii. 434

Jump, to agree with, ii. 300; iv. 275
In-shell’d, or en-shield, hidden, i. 298

Jump, exactly, precisely, v. 475. 608;
Instance, example, motive, ii. 385. 593 vi. 59
Intend, to pretend, iv. 292. 298; v. Jump, to risk, iv. 658 ; vi. 197. 359
238

Justice and Iniquity, i. 284
Intenible, incapable of holding, ii. 549 Justicer, justice, v. 684. 698; vi. 367

commence-

Kam, clean, merely awry, iv. 664
Keech, lump of fat, iii. 359; ir. 365
Keel, to cool, or to skim, ii. 180
Kemp, Will, the actor, v. 187. 537.539
Kendal green, iii. 359
Kenilworth, or Killingworth, iv. 83
Kerns, Irish foot soldiers, iii. 245 ; iv.

54. 93; v. 386. 460
Kicky-wicky, ii. 570
Killed, or quelled, v. 717
Kind, natural, vi. 569
Kind, family, kindred, i. 108
King and the Beggar, a ballad, ii. 105
Kirtle and half-kirtle, iii. 468
Kissing after dancing, iv. 386
Kites of Cressid's kind, iii. 560
Knap, to snap, to break, ii. 303
Knock it, applied to music, iv. 386
Knolling, or tolling, iii. 430
Knot-grass, ii. 228
Knotted garden, ii. 100

Laced mutton, a dressed courtezan, a

gay strumpet, i. 92
Lack, to want, iv. 338
Lady, lady, various songs to the tune of,

ii. 667 ; v. 141
Lakin, by'r, by our little lady, ii. 212
Lamback, to beat, belabour, i.58; iii.37
Lapwing, allusions to the, i. 278. 400
Larding the plain, or loading it, ii. 617
Larks, the daring of, iv. 426
Latch, to catch, v. 447; vi. 640
Latch'a, licked or letch'd, ü. 219
Lattice, red, at alehouses, iii. 454
Lattin, a mixed metal, i. 174
Lavolta, a dance, iii. 586 ; iv. 557
Lauds, songs of praise, v. 584
Lay, to waylay, v. 252
Leaguer, a camp, ii. 588
Leasing, lying, ii. 654; iv. 703
Least, lest, or blest, i. 51
Leather-coats, russet apples, iii. 522
Leer, complexion, skin, ii. 410; v. 61
Leese, to lose, vi. 593
Leet, the court-leet, ii. 451
Leets and Law-days, vi. 67
Leg, to make a, to bow, iii. 275 ; v. 228
Leman, lover, sweetheart, mistress, i.

235 ; ii. 665

Lenity, or bounty, iv. 656
Lenten, spare, starved, ii. 652; v. 519
Lenvoy, or Envoy, of poems, ii. 118
Let, hindrance, v. 130
Let, to stop, to hinder, to impede, i.

126 ; iii. 16 ; v. 497
Lethe, death, v: 338
Level, in the, in the direct aim, iii.

52; iv. 372
Lewd, lustful, wicked, ignorant, ii. 77 ;

iii. 222; iv. 33. 241
Lie, to lie in prison, iv. 229
Liefest, dearest, iv. 49
Liegers, ambassadors, i. 304; vi. 276
Lift, lifted, vi. 342
Lifter, a thief, iv. 488
Liggins, by God's, an oath, iï. 522
Lightly, commonly, usually, iv. 278
Light o' Love, a tune, i. 97; ii. 52
Like me, to liken me to, to compare

me with, iii. 715
Like who more bold, a phrase, i. 242
Liking, well, lusty, in good condition,

iii. 384
Limbo Patrum, the, iv. 460; v. 46
Limbs of Limehouse, iv. 460
Lime, bird-lime, i. 135
Lime put into sack and other wine to

improve it, i. 180
Limited, regular, restricted, v. 275
Lincolnshire bagpipe, iii. 327
Line, to strengthen, to support, to

assist, iii. 548
Line-grove, or lime-grove, i. 73
List, boundary, limit, i. 265; ii. 685 ;

vi. 90
Lither, yielding, pliant, iii. 717
Livelihood, liveliness, ii. 534; iv. 290
Liver, the seat of love, ï. 137
Loach, fleas bred by, iii. 342
Lob of spirits, ii. 199
Lock, the, wearing of a, ii. 50
Lockram, cheap linen, iv. 636
Loggats, a game like skittles, v. 588
London, the King's chamber, iv. 275
Longly, longingly, ii. 458
Loofed, luffed, a sea-term, vi. 198
Look upon, to look on, iv. 589
Loose of an arrow, the moment of its

discharge, ii. 174
Lord's sake, in for the, i. 329
Losel, an abandoned fellow, iii. 45

Louted, treated like a lout, iïi. 709
Lover, a person loving, or loved, ii.

330; iii. 497; iv. 703; v. 342
Loves, of all, for love's sake, by all

means, i. 199. 367; ii. 212
Lubber and lubberly, ii. 704
Luce, a pike, i. 170
Luck, to turn, a phrase, iii. 96
Lullaby of a baby, iii. 60
Lunes, mad freaks, insane conduct, i.

231; iii. 40; iv. 521
Lush, lushious, juicy, i. 36; ii. 206
Lust, pleasure, desire, iv. 559; vi. 40.
Lusted, desired, iv. 295
Lustick, gay, joyous, ii. 561
Lym, a bloodhound, v. 686

Maculate, spotted, ii. 105
Made man, a lucky man, iii. 61
Mail'd up, wrapped up, inclosed, iv. 42
Main, chief, principal, v. 714
Makeless, unmated, without a make, or

mate, vi. 594
Makes, does, iv. 332
Malkin, a wench, iv. 636; vi. 447
Mall, Mistress, her picture, ii. 649
Mammering, muttering, vi. 64
Manage, applied to horses, ii. 166
Mandragora, mandrake, vi. 74. 149
Mandrake's groan, fatal, iv. 66
Mankind, masculine, iii. 44; iv. 679
Manningtree ox, roasted, iii. 366
Many, the mob, iv. 655
Marchpane, a kind of cake, v. 120
Marian, Maid, Robin Hood's mistress,

iii. 387
Marish, marsh, iji. 651
Marring and marrying, i. 170
Masking, or marching, iii. 411
Master or Mistress printed only with

a capital M., iv. 18
Mastiff, or mastic, iv. 496
Match, to set a, to appoint a meeting,

to make a match, iii. 328
Mate, to destroy, confound, astonish,

i. 324; iv. 52; v. 451; vi. 512
Mate, or make, v. 700; vi. 394
Maugre, in spite of, ii. 687
Maund, a basket, vi. 660
Meacock, a coward, ii. 479

Meal'd, mingled, mixed, i. 324
Measure, a slow dance, ii. 157; iii. 635
Meazels, lepers, iv. 655
Meddle, to mingle, to mix, i. 16
Meeds, merits, deserts, iv. 136. 194;

v. 220. 599
Meet with, to counteract, i. 70
Meiny, retinue, followers, v. 660
Mell, to meddle, i. 324; ii. 605
Mercatantè, a merchant, ii. 502
Merchant, a term of contempt, iii. 676
Mere, absolute, i. 15; vi. 371. 445 ;

v. 141
Mered, sole, mere, vi. 203
Merry Greek, a, iv. 487
Mess, four of any thing, iii. 24; iv. 131
Message, or messenger, ii. 117
Messenger, post, iv. 179
Metal, or mettle, v. 308
Metal, or nettle, of India, ii. 676
Mete-yard, a yard measure, ii. 508
Micher, truant, iii. 364
Miching mallecho, v. 540
Middle earth, the globe, i. 252
Mile-end, the musters at, ii. 606
Mill-stones, eyes dropping, iv. 251
Mind, to intend, iv. 176
Minim's rest, in music, i. 180
Mirable, admirable, iv. 565
Mirror of Knighthood, the, iii. 325
Mirth, or wrath, i. 387
Miser, a miserable person, iii. 730
Miss, to do without, i. 27
Miss, amiss, vi. 486
Missive, a letter, or a messenger, iii.

186; vi. 157
Mister and Master, i. 328
Mistful, tearful, misty, iii. 618; vi. 401
Mistress or Jack, at bowls, iv. 552
Mobled, hastily dressed, v. 525
Mock-water, or mark-water, i. 206
Modern, common, ordinary, ii. 385.

560; v. 159; vi. 244. 623
Module, a model, ii. 602; iii. 206
Moiety, a portion, a share, iii. 41.372 ;

v. 617; vi. 527. 611
Mome, a blockhead, i. 384
Momentany, or momentary, ii. 191
Monarcho, or Monarch, ii. 126. 536
Monmouth caps, iii. 621
Month's mind, strong inclination, i. 98
Moor-ditch, the melancholy of, iii. 327

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