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limbeck, or alembic, a vessel used in distilling. F. alambique;

Ar. al-anbik, the still; anbik being again derived by the

Arabs from Gr. ambix, a goblet. loon, a base fellow. Probably of Dutch origin. Du. loen, a

loon. Magot-pies, or mag-pies. Mag, is short for Margaret; L.

Margarita, a pearl. Pie is from F. pic; L. pica, a

magpie. mar, to spoil. A.S. merran, to waste. mated, confounded. Persian mat, astonished. The word came

into the game of chess. Check-mate is Persian shah mat,

the king is dead. maw, the stomach. A.S. maga, the stomach. mere, pure, absolute. L. merus, pure, unmixed. mettle, spirit, ardour. The same word as metal. O.F. metal;

Gr. metallon, a pit, cave, metal. minion, a favourite, a flatterer. F. mignon, darling; from

0.H.G. minna, love. A word whose meaning has been

degraded. Nave, the iniddle. A.S. nafu, the centre. niggard, a miser. Ic. hnoggr, a miser, with contemptuous

suffix, ard. non-pareil, matchless. F. non, not; pareil, equal. Pareil is

from L. pariculus, a diminutive of par, equal. Once. The genitive case (anes) of “an," one, as twice, thrice,

are of two and three. owe, to possess. A.S. agan, to possess. Palter, to shuffle, to equivocate. Derivation very doubtful.

Perhaps from Scand. (Sw.) paltor, rags. Hence to palter originally meant to deal in rags,, then to haggle

in buying, and so to its present meaning. peak, to grow thin. The same word as peak," a point;

Irish peac, any sharp pointed thing.

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penthouse, a shed projecting from a building. Pent is a

shortened form of the F. apentis ; L. appendicium, an

appendage. pestered, annoyed. O.F. empestrer, to entangle; from L.

pastorium, a clog fór horses in pasture. plight, dangerous condition. A.S. pliht, risk, danger. posset, a drink of hot, curdled milk. W. posel, curdled milk. Quarry, a heap of slaughtered game. O.F. cuiree, the intestines

of a slain animal given to the hounds in its skin. L.

corium, hide. quell, to subdue. A.S. cwellan, to kill. Rabble, a noisy crowd. Old Du., rabbelen, to chatter. ravelled, entangled. Old Du., ravelen, to ravel, to bring to

confusion. ravin, to eat voraciously. O.F. ravine, rapidity; from L.

rapina, booty. relish, to taste with pleasure. O.F. relecher, to lick over again.

A hybrid from L. re, again, and 0.H.G. lechon, to lick. rue, to be sorry for. A.S. hreowan, to grieve. rugged, shaggy. Sw. ruggig, rough, hairy. Sag, to droop. Sw. sacka, to settle down. score, a cut, a reckoning. A.S. scer-an, to shear, or cut.

Scores were kept by cuts or notches in a stick. seeling, closing up the eyes. O.F. siller, to sew up the eyelids

of a bird; L. cilia, the eyelids. shag, rough hair. A.S. sceacga, rough hair. shard, sherd, or shred, a fragment. A.S. sceard, a fragment. sirrah, a term of address, used in anger or contempt. Ic.

sira, a term of contempt. sleave, soft floss silk. Sw. sleif, a knot of ribbon. sleight, cunning. Ic. slaegth, slyness. slivered, torn off. A.S. slifan, to cleave. smack, taste. A.S. smæc, taste. spells, sayings connected with magical rites. A.S. spellian, to

relate.

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suborn, to instigate secretly to perjury. F. suborner; L. sub,

under, ornare, to furnish, to adorn. surfeited, over-satisfied. F. sorfait, excess; from L. super,

beyond; facere, factum, to do, to make. surmise, a guess. O.F. surmise, an accusation; from L. super,

upon; mittere, missum, to put. swelter, to throw out moisture through heat. A frequentative

form of A.Ş. sweltan, to die. swine, in A.S. was neuter, and did not change in the plural.

Cf. deer, sheep. Taint, a tinge, stain. O.F. teinct, a dye, or stain; from

L. tingere, tinctum, to tinge. thrall, a slave. Ic. thraell, a serf. twain, is the A.S. twegen, the masculine of two. Visard or visor, a part of a helmet, F. visière, the sight of a

helmet; L. visum, the sight. The “d” has crept in. Wårder, one who guards. A.S. weard, a guard. Ward and

guard are doublets. warrant, a voucher, a guarantee. O.F. warant, garant, a

warranty; from 0.H.G. warjan, to protect, weird, fateful. Properly used only as a noun. A.S. wyrd, fate. whet, to sharpen.. A.S. hwettan, to sharpen. wrack, shipwreck, ruin. A.S. wræc, exile, misery. wrenched, twisted. A.S. wrenc, guile, deceit. Originally meant

crookedness or perversion.

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12, 86

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Abuse The cur-
tain'd sleep

29
Adder's fork

65
addition

13
address'd them

31
admired disorder 59
advantage to be
given

92
afeard
affeer'd

76
a-foot...

82
After these ways

32
Against the undi-

vulged pretence... 39
Against the use 14
alarum
Aleppo
Ale.randrine

56
all-hailed ...
all-hail hereafter 20
all interinisson 84
All is, etc.

72
All is but toys

37
All mortal conse-

quences
all's too weak
all-thing

43
all's spent

50
all to all
almost itself

97
always thought 49
a-making

56
amazédly

71
Anachronism

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are they vanish'd ... 11
Are ye fantastical ? 10
Are you a man? 57
arm'd rhinoceros 59
Aroint thee

8
artificial sprites 62
Art thou afeard 25
As
As birds do

73
As broad and general 55
As hai py prolog :es 14
As life, etc.

94
assailable...

52
As sparrows eagles... 6
assurance doubly
sure

69
as who

64
at a point...

80
at first

54
at more time

15
at most

49
at odds with

60
At one fell swoop 81
attend those men
At your kind'st lei.
sure

28
auger-hole

33
aught

10
Augurs
Authorized
Avaunt
avouches
away and clear
aweary
a wind
aye

71

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Being unprepared,
etc....

28
beldams

61
Bellona
Bellona's bride-

groom
benison

42
bent to know

60
be open'd

77
be received
beside us
bestow'd

43
bestows himself 63
betimes

60, 81
better part of man 98
betray's
beyond
bides

55
black agents

53
black Hecate

52
Black spirits

66
bladed corn

67
blanket of the dark 20
blaspheme his breed 79
blind worm's sting 65
blood-bolter'd... 70
bloody distance 48
bloo ly-scepter'd 79
blunt not

81
bodements

69
borne

63
borne his faculties 24
borne in hand... 46
botches

49
Both more and les3 92
Both siles are even 54
both the words 50
bottom

77
bought

25
brief candle

91
briefly

39
brinded

65
bring

35, 72
bring it

92
broad...

63
59

36
bruiteil

97
burned in desire

18
but

73
By his loved man-
sionry

22

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broke ...
broke ope...

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40
And, like a rat
and more sundry
ways

77
and so of men... 47
And there an end. 59
and wisdom

76
angel ...

98
annoyance
Anon
an't
Ante-room
antic-round
any is ...
a one...
apace...
approve
are clept

47
Are counsellors, etc. 90

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baby of a girl
badged
baited with
bane
bank and shoal of

time
barefaced power
barren sceptre
before
beg nor fear
beguile the time
being
being gone

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corporal

11
countenance

36
coursed him

22
Cousins

14
crack of doom

70
craves composition 7
Craving us jointly... 44
credulous ...

80
crew

80
cross'd

46
Curbing his lavish
spirit

7
curs

47
curséd thoughts 28

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89

35

Each way and
more

73
earls

100
earnest
earth Was feverous 35
easy

39
ecstasy

51
either thou

97
elves and fairies 66
England

83
English epicures
enkindle you to

13
encounter

54
endure

92
enow

31, 74
equivocation

95
equivocitor

34
Ere humane statute,
etc....

58
estate o' the world 95
eterne

52
Euph"mism

21
even

16, 100
even-handed
Even so

87
even there

76
evil

81
exasperate

64
Except

6
execution

5
exil'd frien is abroad 100
expe litioa

38
extend

57
18

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by the clock

40
By the worst means 60
by the verities... 42
Cabin'd, cribb'd 55
candles

27
cannot parallel, etc. 36
cannot taint

89
cannot transpose 76
Can such things be? 59
capital

13
carousing ...
cast The water

91
catch the nearest
way

19
cause of sorrow 99
cause of state ... 44
Cawdor

11
chafes

69
chalice

24
chamberlains

26
chambers...

92
champion me, etc. 46
chanced

15
chance oi goodness 80
chaps

5
charged

97
charm

9
charm of powerful
trouble

65
charnel-horises

57
chastise

19
chaudron

66

56, 90
Child of integrity 79
choke their art
choppy

10
choughs

60
clearness

49
cleave not

15
cleave to my consent 28
cling thee...

95
clock

27
cloister'd fight 52
close

86
close contriver 61
closet

85
cloudy

64
coign of vantage 22
cold

78
Colmekill

41
coming on of time.. 18
Command upon

43
common enemy

45
compass'a

100
concluded

49
confineless

77
Confound... 67, 79
confusion...

62
consider'd of

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eye wink

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Dam

81
day

41
deid for breath 19
deed without a name 67
deftly

68
delicate

22
deliver

18
dear

88
degrees

51
death to nature 55
death's counterfeit 36
demi-wolves
denies his person

60
Despair

98
devil

13, 93
devil-porter

31
dew

89
Did then adhere 26
did line

13
Died every day 79
digg'a

66
Direness

94
discovery Err... 92
Disdaining fortune 5
dispatch

91
dispatch'a

55
displaced the mirth 59
Disput: it

84
Ditch-deliver'd 66
division of each sev-
eral crime

79
doff

82
dollars

8
Do mock their
charge

31
Donalbain

4
do the effects

85
doth hiss

82
double cracks.

6
Double negative 17
doubt

74

95
drab

66
drops of sorrow 17
drowsy hums

52
dudgeon

29
due of birth

63
Duncan

4
dunnest

20
Dunsinane

69
dusty death

94

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Fact

63
fail'd His presence

63
fain

90
Fair is foul

3
fantastical

14
fatal
fatal vision

29
Fear not, etc.

89
feast is sold

56
fee-grief

43
fell

20, 74
fell of hair

93
fellow...

80
fenny

65
Fife

71
fight the course

95
file

88
filed

45
Fillet

65
filling

43
filthy witness

32
first battle

95
fits

73
fiaws
Fleance

27
flighty purpose

46
Contending, etc. 41
content

50
continent...

77
Convert

84
Convey

78
convince

26, 80

71
Flourish

15
flout

7
flung out

41
foisons

78
for

72, 80

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