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SPEIT. Spit.
SPILL. Perish; go to ruin.
SPLENDARIs. Splinters.

SportNE, SPURNE. Spur; spurring?
1. 24,614. “Lidder speid cumis of
airlie spurne.” i.e. The more
haste the worse speed.
SPRAYis. Twigs; branches.
SPREIDAND. Spreading; as applied
to flowers, blowing.
SPREITIs. Spirits.
SPRois, SPRUCE, SPRUuss.
sia.
SPUL3IE, p.
plundered.
SPURNE. Stumble? I. 11,477.
SPURNE, l. 47,364. Journey
SPURNING. Spurring.
SPURNIs. Spurs.
SPURRIT. Spurred.
SPYCARIE, SPECARYE.
SPYIs. Spies.
SQUEILLAND. Squealing.
SQUIAR. Esquire.
STABILITIE. Constancy.
STABILL. Sure; stable.
STABLIT. Settled ; established ;
placed.
STAITLY STYLis. Mighty words;
high compliments.
STAIK. A stake.
StAILL. Troop ; division of an
army; main body of an army.
STAIT f State.
STAR. Stuck.
STAKRIs. Stacks.
STALF. Staff; crosier.
STALL, StAw. Stole.
STANCHE. To stem; extinguish;
assuage; abate; satisfy ; stop.
p. STANCHit.

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Spicery.

StAND. Stood; a complete suit of vestment, or armour.

STANDERTIs. Standards.
STANE. Stone. pl. STANIs.
STANG. Sting.
STANK. Ditch; moat. pl. STANK1s.
STANKIt. Ditched.
STANT. Stinted.
StAPILLIS. Staples; fastenings.

StARGE. Strong. 1.41,337.
STARK. Strong ; stiff;
staunch; loyal, 1.4000s.
STATENITIE. Pomp; state.
STAw. Stole.
STAYIT. Prevented.
STED. Farm; farm-house; placed;
situated.
Steid. To provide; serve as sup-
ply; support; aid.
STEID, STED, STEYDE.
tion.
STEIKIT, STICKIT, Stokkit.
bed; stuck.
STEILL. Steal; steel.
Stein. Stir ; commotion. ON
stEIR. In a state of commotion.
STEND. Leap; spring.
STEIR. Disturbance; commotion.
STENT. Taxation.
STENTIT. Stretched. STENTIT
thair PAL3Eounis. Pitched their
tents.

stout >

Place; sta

Stab

STEPBARNE. Stepchild.
STEPILL. Steeple; spire.
STERAGE. Stirring.
STERIT. Stirred; managed ; han-
dled.
STERNE, STERRIs. Star; stars.
STERVIT. Died.
Stevin. Sound; cry.
STICKIt. Stabbed.

STING. A pole; a pike or spear. STRENUETIE. Fortitude.
STIRK. A young bullock. STREs. Restriction; burden; dis-
Stob. Stab. tress.
StobBIs. Stumps of wood, stakes. Stretis. Roads; streets.
Stoibbit. Covered; thatched. STRICKIN. Struck; coined.
Stoin. Sheep or cattle ; store. STRo. Straw.
Stok. Stick; stock; family. STRYK. Strike.
Stoxia TAR. Offended; resentful, as | STRYND. Kindred ; special dis-

implying resistance.
Stoneist. Astonished.
Stop. Step.
Stopit. Stopped; prevented.
Stonie. History.
StonMEs.TED. Storm-staid.
StouxD. Time; hour; season.
STOUR. Storm; battle; fight;
tumult; dust.
StourE, Stow R. A stake; strong
pole.
STRA. Straw. To LAY A straw.
To rest for an instant? 1.652.
STRAIF. Strove.
STRAIK. Struck; a stroke.
STRAIst. Distressed; stressed.
STRAIT. Close; strong.
STRAITAR. Stronger; tighter.
STRAMP. Tread; stamp.
STRAND. Rivulet; stream; brook.
STRANG. Strong; strange; foreign.
STRAUCHT. Strait; straight.
STRAwe. Strove.
STRAx. Strokes.
STREIKAND. Stretching.
STREIkit. Stretched; extended.
STREk, STREIk. Struck.
STREMARIs. Streamers.
STRENTH. To strengthen.
STRENTH. A stronghold ; a forti-
fied place. pl. STRENTHIs.
STRENTHE. Strong.
STRENTHEAR. Stronger.

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STURT, StoRD. Trouble; disturb-
ance. pl. STURTIs, Stordis.
STURT. To vex; trouble.
STYLE. Pen.
STYME. Glimpse. Nor To see A
styME. Unable to distinguish
anything.
STYNT. Stop.
SUA, Sway. So.
SUADRIk. Sweden.
SUAGE. Assuaged.
SUAMPIT. Exhausted.
SUBB it. Subdued.
SUBDE wit. Subject; amenable.
SUBJECTIT. Subdued; vanquished.

SUBJUNGAT. Subject; subjugated.
SUBSCRIUIT. Subscribed; signed.
SUBSUME. Record; relate; add to.
Succeida ND. Succeeding.
SUCKER. Help; protection.
SUCKIN. Sunk.
SUEIR. Swear ; indolent ; reluc-
tant.
SUEIRAND.
SUEIT.
SUELT.
died. -
SUEY. A crow for raising stones;
a crane.
SUFFEIs. Satisfy.
SUFFICIANs, SUFFICIENCE.
ciency.
SUFFRAGE.

Swearing; protesting. Sweat; sweet.

Swooned ; suffocated ;

Suffi

Prayer for the dead. SugeomNE. Sojourn; delay; stay. SUGRIT. Sugared. SUIR. Sure. SUIRIt. Assured. SUITH, SUITHFAst. ful. SUITHNING. Assurance. SUITTIs. Law-suits. SULD, Soud, SouL.D. Should. SULDEouRIs. Soldiers. SUL3E. Soil; country. SUND. Sound; whole. Suoi R. Swore. SUPERFACIALITIE. SUPERSEID. Defer; postpone. SUPPLE. Cure; remedy; supply; assistance. SUPPois, Suppose. Although. SUPPONIT. Supposed; proposed. SUPPoRTATIOUN. Support.

Truth; truth

Superficially.

SUPPORTIt. Abetted.
SURANCE. Assurance; protection.
SustENE. Sustain.

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SwipDER. To doubt; i. 21.sos. seems
to imply to be agitated.
Sworn. Swore.
Swolt. Died; were suffocated.
Swoxie. Swim.
Swoux. Faint; swoon.
Swydd ER. Rock; reel ; tremble.
Swylr. Hollow of a hill.
Swyn G. Blow; stroke.
SwyNGEoURIs. Idle, lazy rascals.
Swyth. Quickly.
Sycht, Sicht. Sight.
SYER, SYIR. A person.
SYIs. Times; jury; assize.
SYLAR. Ceiling; canopy.
SYMMER. Summer.
SYMPILL. Humble; common.
SYNE. Since; afterwards; then ;
late.
SYNK AND Syss.
dice).
SYPAR-TRE.
cedar wood.
SYPER. Cyprus; “a thin trans-
parent stuff, now called crape.”
–Nares. Sed qu. silk embroi-
dered with gold 2 v. Michel,

Cinq and sir (at

Cypress, or rather Recherches sur le Commerce, &c.

des Étaffes de Soie, &c., II. 871. SYRE. Lord; master; owner. SYTE. Grief.

T. Take.

TA, TAY. TA, To. TA. Toe. pl. TAIs. TABILLis. Tables. TABORNE, TABBorn E, TALBorNE. Drum; tabor. TAID. A toad. TAILL. Account; estimation; tale. TAIRIs, TEIRIs. Tears. TAR. Take; talk. TAkill. Tackle. TAKYN, TAIKYNYNg. TAkyNIs. TAkYNNIT. TALKAND. Talking. TALLoux. Tallow. TAL3E. Entail. TANE. Taken. TANGIs. Tongs. TANT PRO TANT. Tit for tat ; a Roland for an Oliver. TAPETIs. Hangings; tapestry. TARGE. Target. TARIE. Tarry; delay. TAUCHE. Tallow. TAvert. Exhausted; wearied. TAwr. Taurus.

Token. pl.

Betokened.

TAxt. Tax.
TEDIUs. Tiresome; disagreeable.
TEICHE, TechE. Teach. |
TEMIT, TUMIT. Emptied.
TENE, TEYNE. Anger; rage.
TENT. Care; heed; attention. TAR
TENT. Beware ; pay attention,

| THRETTY,

Observed; detected. TERME. Period of time. TESTAMENT. Will. TEUCHE. Tough. TExt. Substance. TEYNDIs. Tithes. THANE. An ancient title, generally considered equivalent to Earl. THANKFULL. Pleasing; agreeable. THE. Thee. Thickit, THEKIT. Thie. Thigh. THIKFALD. In crowds; number. Thin. Few; scanty. THIR. These. THIRLING. Subjection. THIRLIT. Enthralled; enslaved ; pierced; divided? I. 19,991. THocht. Thought. THoil, THoLE. Endure; suffer. p.p. THoILLIT. THoi R. There. THoucht, Thocht. THowMEs. Thumbs. THRA. Bold; pertinacious. THRAFULLIE. Boldly ; pertinaciously. THRALIE. THRALL, THRAw. time. THRANG. Difficulty; straits; battle; pressed; thrust. p. of THRING. THRANg. Throng; crowd; busy. THRAw. Cast; throw. THREFALD. Triple; threefold. THREIP. Pertinacious argument; dispute; to allege; argue; pertinaciously affirm. THRETTENE. Thirteen. Thirty.

TENTIT.

Roofed.

in great

Although.

Eagerly.
Short space of

THREW. Thrust. TRAsour. Treasure.
THRID. Third. TRATLARIs. Tattlers; tell-tales.
THRING. To press; to thrust. TRATLING. Gossip.

THRIST. Thirst; difficulty; danger;
thrust.
THRottis.
THRY FE.
THRYis.
TIGIRNEs.
TILL. To.
TILTHE. Culture; husbandry.
TINT. Lost.
TIRANNITIE. Tyranny.
TIRRANE, TIRANNE. Tyrant.
To. Too; with.
Tocher. Dowry.
Tod. Fox. pl. Toddis.
ToGIDDER. Together.
TolbuiTH. Prison.
Tollos, TULLois. Toulouse.
ToNE, Toux. The one.
ToPAs. Topaz.
ToRMENT. Tournament.
Torss? 1. 4153.
ToTHIR. The other.
ToumE. Tomb.
Toux. Town.
Tow. Rope; twine. pl. Towis.
TRADUCT. Drain.
TRAIK. To become weak; decline
in health.
TRAILLIT. Dragged.
TRA1st, TRIST. Trust; trusty.
TRAMoRT. Dead body; corpse.
TRAMPAND. Trampling.
TRAN.E. Stratagem; art.
TRANSLAITTAND. Removing; trans-

Throats. Thrive. Thrice.

Ferocity.

ferring. TRANSLATIT. Transferred ; given

Over. TRAPPIT. Trapped; ornamented.

TRATour. Traitor. pl. TRATouris.
TRATourLIE. Treacherously.
TRATTAs. Old woman.
TRAVELL. Fatigue; labour; trou-
ble.
TRE. Wood; timber; tree.
TRED. Track; footsteps.
TRESSET. Tressure.
TREssoux. Treachery; treason.
TRESTIs. Beams.
TRETIE. Entreaty.
TRETIT, TRATIT. Treated.
TREwis. Truce.
TRIGLAND, TRINGLAND. Trickling.
TRIMILL. Tremble.

TRIMLIT, TRUMLIT. Trembled.

TRINE. Train; retinue; state.
TRobiLL. Trouble.
TRowANIs. Truants.
TRUBILL. Trouble.
TRUCour. Deceiver.
TRUETAND. Believing ; trowing ;
trusting.
TRUMPATour. Trumpeter ; min-
strel.
TRUMPouris. Deceivers; mis-
leaders.

TRUNCHOUN. Shaft.
TRUNE, TRoNE. Throne. IN
TRoNE. Exalted position.
TRYNCHIS. Trenches.
TRYST, TRYist. A rendezvous, or
appointed meeting. To TRYST.

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