« AnteriorContinuar »
TUICHIT. Touched. UNAUIsit. Unadvisedly.
VANGAIRD. Vanguard. WNFAYTHFULL. Infidel.
ment. WNGUDELINEs. Worthlessness. VENERIE. Venery. VNHAILLIT. Not cured. WENNUM, WENNou N. Venom. VNHAP. Misfortune. VENNUs. Venice. WNKNAwix. Unknown. VENUs werkls. Amorous plea- WNouirTHRAwiN. Unconquered ; sure. free.
VER. Spring. WNPERSE wit. Free from perse-
WICIUS. Wicked. Voce. Voice. pl. Vocis.
VLTON. Ulster. WPwitH. Uphill.
ful. WYLDAR. Wiler. WNCoxsonAND. Inconsistent. WYSMENT. Consideration; consulWNESELIE. Painfully; with diffi- tation.
WA. Way; woe; woeful. WADDER, WEDDER. Weather. WADDIT. Wedded; married. WAGIT. Paid; had in pay. WAID. Wade. WAIFFAND. Waving. WAlgeouris. Mercenary soldiers. WAIK. Weak. WAILL, WALE. To choose or select. p. WAILLIT. WAILL. Very. WAILL FEw. Very few. WAILL HoNora Bill. Conferring highest honour. WAILLAND. Lamenting. WAIR. To expend; to waste. WAIRD. Expended; spent. WAIST, WAIstit. To waste; wasted. WAIST. Waste. WAIsTouris. Pillagers; thieves. WAIT. Hunt; persecute; wit. God wait. God knows. WAITTAND. Waiting. WAITTIs. Persecutes. WALD. Possessed; held; would. WALDIN. Yielding; bending; pliable; powerful; able; strong. WALK. Wake; watch. WALRIs. Goes; reaches. WALKNIT. Awoke ; watched. WALKRYFE. Vigilant; wakeful. WALL, Well. WALLIT. Walled. WALLow, WALLowit. faded. WALTERANd. WALx. Wax. WAMBE, WAME.
Withered ; Weltering.
WAN. Stroke; blow; won; black; gloomy; dark-coloured.
WAND. Rod; sceptre; authority; wrapped; winded; hoisted. UNDER THE WAND, idem ac UNDER TIIE LINd. In the open fields or
woods. WANDER. Sorrow; danger. WANdis. Rods; twigs. WANE. Thought; opinion; habita
tion; dwelling; course; waggon; wain; manner; style; fashion. WANEs. Sorrow. WANGAIRD. Vanguard. WANTAND. Wanting. WAPYNIs. Weapons. WAPNIT. Armed. WAR, WAIR. Worse. PUT to THE wAR. To worst; overcome. WAR. Wary; cautious; were. WARDANE. Warden. WARDIs. Wardships of land during the minority of the heir. WARDouris. Prisoners. WAREAND. Cursing. WAREIT, WARIT. Cursed. WARIT. Well advised? WARK, WERR. To ache; to be stiff, or sore. p. WARRIT.
WARRAND, WERKAND. Aching.
safe-conduct. WAT, WAIT. Know.
WATTER. A river. WEy. Weigh; regard; consider. WAucht. To drink deeply; carouse. WExcht. Weight. p. WAUcHTAND. WEYND. Think. WAUIT. Waved. WEYNE. Ween; believe. WAw, WALL. Wave. pl. WALLis. Wichis. Witches.
WAw. Wall. pl. WAwis.
Wicht. A creature; a person; cou-
A rope; a halter.
WNENDIT. Not ended. WNFANE. Sorrowful; not glad. WNIIID. Uncovered.
WNLAUBORIT. Untilled; unculti- || Worsi LL. Wrestle.
vated. Woun. Reside; dwell. WNLETTERit. Unlettered; ignorant. || WoundER. Wonderful. WNMANIFEST. Unknown; unper- || WoundRET. Wondered.
ceived. Wow. Woo. WNPLENEIST. Unplenished; un- || Wox. Waxed.
furnished. WRACCHIT. Wretched. WNREDDIE. Difficult. WRACHITNEs. Meanness; stingi. WNREMovit. Fixed; unshaken. ness; wretchedness. WNRycht. Wrong; injury. WRAIT, WREIT. Wrote. WNSCHA win. Unseen. WRAITH, WRAYTH. Wroth; angry.
WNSEMAND. Unseemly; improper.
WoRD. News; intelligence.