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Skimble-skamble, jumbled, deranged, 283

Sullen, melancholy, 237
Skinker, drawer of liquor, 279

Supposes, impostors, 178
Skirr, to scour, 329, 518

Surcease, end, 507
Slander, to abuse, 540

Swarth, the corn cut with one stroke of a scythe,
Sleave, unwrought silk, 508

204
Sledded, sledged, 536

Swasher, swaggerer, 321
Slcided, untwisted, 744

Swashing, crushing, smashing, 440
Slipper, slippery, 465

Swear over, to out-swear, 219
Slips, counterfeit pieces of money, 446, 569 Sweet and twenty, a proverbial endearment, 204
Slop, loose knee-breeches, 446

Sweltered, weltered, 513
Smoke, to discover, 191, 192

Swinge-buckler, a bully, 302
Smoothed, fawned on, 530

Sword, swearing by the, 542
Sinug, spruce, smart, 115, 283

Sworn brothers, men bound to share each other's
Sncap, a sarcasm, a set-down, 297

fortunes, 317
Sneap, to nip or check, 216, 471

Sympathy, equality, 266
Sneck-up, go hang! 204
Snipe, a fool, a blockhead, 464

TABLE, a table-book, 21
Snuff, take it in--to take it in dudgeon, 108, 127 Table, a picture, board or canvas on which ary
Snuifs, tiffs, 492

object is painted, 181, 248
So like you he is the worse, a proverb, 222 į

Tabourines, drums, 579, 667
Solidares, a coin, 526

Tag, the rabble, 621, 635
Something.nothing, neither here nor there, 470 Tailor cries, 116
Sometimes, forinerly, 129

Tainture, defilement, 207
Sonties, corruption of sanctities, 132

Take, to bewitch, to blast, to paralyse, 44, 491, 493,
Soon at, about, 67

583
Sorry, disinal, sorrowful, 76

Take a truce, to make peace, 243
Sort, lot, 567

Take in, to conquer, to overcoine, 519
Sort, to suit, to fit, 563

Take it in snuff, to take it in dudgeon, 108, 127
Sort, gang, crew, company, 268, 358

Take out, to copy, 471
Sort, rank, degree, quality, 78

Take thought, to abandon oneself to grief, 638, 669
Sot, a fool, 70

Talent, a talon, 103
Sowle, to lug, to drag, 626

Talents, riches, 589
Speak by the card, to speak precisely, or accord- Tallow-keech, a round lump oftallow for the chand-
ing to the book of manners, 558

ler, 281
Speak to, to aspire or lay claim to, 461

Tame-cheater, a petty rogue, 300
Speculation, view, espial, 574

Tarre, to incite, 247, 567
Sped, done, settled, 449

Tartar, Tartarus, 318
Sped, promised, 180

Tawdry-lace, a neck ornament, 228
Speed, fortune, 224

Taxation, sarcası, satire, 147
Sperr, to shut up, 562

Teen, grief, sorrow, I, 442
Spleen, Aash, 115, 241

Temperance, temperature, 5
Sprag, quick, ready, sprightly, 42

Tender hefted, 491
Spriteci, haunted, 592

Tents, hangings, 171
Square, equitable, 535

Tercel, the male hawk, 572
Square, a quarrel, to quarrel, 116, 654, 663 Tharborough, a constable, 97
Square, a stomacher, 228

Theorick, theory, 194, 314, 459
Squire, a rule, 111, 277

Thick, rapidly, 594
Staggers, perplexities, incertitudes, 187, 417 Thills, the shafts of a wagon, 572
Stale, insipid, out of date, 69

Thought, melancholy, 666
Stand on, stands me upon, it is incumbent on me, Thrasonical, bragging, boastful, 107, 160
262, 446, 654

Three-inan beetle, an implement for driving piles,
Stannyel, a kind of hawk, 206

295
Starve, to perish, 588

Three-men şong-men, singers of songs in three
State, a chair or throne, 281, 512

parts, 221
Statuas, statues, 533, 639, 643

Three merry men be we, the burden of a song, 204
Statue, picture, image, 28

Three-pile, three-piled velvet, 226
Stern, rigid, unyielding, 192

Thronged, oppressed, crushed, shrunk, 726
Sternage, steerage, course, 320

Thrummed, made of coarse woollen, 43
Stickler, an arbitrator in combats, 584

Thunder-stone, the imaginary produce of thunder,
Stigmatical, branded with deformity, 73, 373, 380
Still an end, constantly, perpetually, 27

Tib, a loose wench, 703
Stinted, stopped, 442

Tickle, ticklish, 354
Stith, an anvil, 548

Tickled o' the sere, easily moved to mirth, 545
Stoccado, or stoccata, a term of fencing, 37 Tightly, briskly, promptly, 32
Stoinach, haughtiness, 434

Tike, clown, clodpole, 45
Stood upon, plumed or presumed upon, 678 Tilly-fally, a ludicrous interjection, 204, 299
Stops, a technical termn in music, 548, 550

Time of life, duration of life, 647
Strain courtesy, to, to avoid the post of honour in Tire, to peck like a bird, to tear, 376, 528, 707
a perilous undertaking, 713

To, an ellipsis for equal to, 20
Strict, harsh, 528

To, to, ploughmen's words of encouragement, 568
Strike, to tap, to broach, 659

To friend, for friend, propitious, 588, 641
Stroke, rule, 60

Toasts and butter, term of contempt. 287
Strossers, trousers, 324

Tokened pestilence, 662
Stuck, a sword, a thrust, 557

Took it on his death, an oath, 238
Stuck-in, corruption of stoccata, 210

Too-too, excessive, excessively, 21, 538
Stuff, luggage, 75,

Top, the parish, 200
Stuffed, furnished, endowed, 79, 453

Topless, supreme, 566
Subject, people, subjects, 216

Tottered, tottering, 264
Subscribes, succumbs, 578

Touch, a pang, a wound, sympathy, 586
Success, consequence, succession, 219, 507, 648 Touch, a touchstone, 532
Sudden, violent, 152, 515

Touched, pricked, 686
Suffer, to purish, to afflict, 663

Touring, circling, 510
Suffered, unrestrained, indulged, 710

Touse, to tug, to drag, 65
Suggesting, enticing, tempting, seducing, 7, 21, 22, Toward, in preparation, 537
372

Towards, aporoaching, near at hand, 444

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Toys, idle rumours, tricks, 238
Tranect, a ferry, 139

Watch, to tame by deprivation of sleep, 47, 572,

646
Trash, to clog, to impede, 1, 466

Waters, for all, plays any character, 212
Tray-trip, a game so called, 207

Waterwork, distemper, 298
Treachers, traitors, 484

Wax, waxen tablets, 520
Tribunal plebs, tribunis plebis, 685

Waxen, or Yexen, to hiccough, 117
Trick, peculiarity, 181, 237
Trifle, a phantom, 13,

Way of life, periphrasis for life, 517

Wealth, weal, advantage, 144
Tropically, figuratively, 549

Web and pin, the cataract in the eye, 494
Trundle tail, a species of dog, 495

Wee, diminutive, 33
Tucket, a flourish on a trumpet, 144

Weening, thinking, imagining, 341
Turk, to turn, proverbially, to aposta tize, 549 Weep a good, to cry in good earnest, 28
Turk Gregory, Pope Gregory the Seventh, 290

Weet, to wit, to know, 650
Twiggen-bottle, wicker bottle, 467

Weigh out, outweigh, 429

Well, an expression applied to the dead, 233
UMBERED, shadowed, 324

Well appeared, rendered apparent, 624
Unaneled, without receiving extrenhe unction, 541
Unavoided, unavoidable, 274,

Well-liking, in good bodily condition, 324
Unbolt, to explain, 520

347

Well said, well done, 151, 304, 357, 685

Well seen, well versed, 167
Unbraided, unspoiled, unfaded, 228

What, for what? why? 674
Uncape, to unearth a fo *, 40

What the good yearl an exclamation, 80
Unclew, to unwind, to sundo, 521

Wheel, refrain, burden of a ballad, 555
Uncouth, unknown
Undergo, to undertake, 528

Whelked, having protuberances, 498
strange, 679

When I an exclamation of iinpatience, 255, 636
Underskinker.

an underdrawer or waiter, 279 When ? can you tell? a proverbial query, 71, 277
Undertaker,

one who undertakes the quarrel of Whenas, when, 75
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Wherein, in that, 147
Uneared
Uneath ,, hardly, painfully, 360,
unploughed, 729

Whiles, until, 213

Whipping-cheer, flogging, 312
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pressive, inexpressible, 153

Whist, silent, at peace, hushed, 4
anappy, waggish, mischievous, 196, 423

White, to hit thee, in archery, 180
Unhouseled, without receiving the eucharist, 541 Whiting-time, bleaching time, 40
Unimproved, unreproved, ungovernabie, 537 Whittle, a clasped knife, 535
Union, an orient pearl, 561

Whoobub, hubbub, 231
Unkind, unnatural, 211, 346, 484

Whoop, do me no harm, a tune or burden, 228
Unowed, unowned, 250

Wicked, baneful, 3
Unpregnant, inapt, unable, 62

Widow-hood, a dower, 169
Unproper, coinmon, 474

Wilderness, wildness, 56
Unqualitied, deprived of faculties or qualities, 663 Wild mare, the game of see-saw, 300
Unquestionable, averse to discourse, 155

Will you take eggs for money? proverbial for will
Unready, undressed, 339

you suffer yourself to be cajoled? 217
Unrolled, struck off the roll, 227

Wimpled, hooded, veiled, 101
Unsinirched, unsullied, pure, 555

Winchester goose, a venereal pustule, 337
Untempering, unsoftening, 333

Window-bars, lattice-work across the bosom of a
Untented, unsearchable, 487

woman's dress, 531
Untraded, unused, uncommon, 579

Windows, eye-lids, 416, 591, 710
Unvalued, invaluable, 399

Winking-gates, gates closed, 240
Upland down, exactly, 19-

Winter-ground, a technical term for protecting a
Usances, usury, 130

plant from frost, 600
Use, interest, 48, 83, 432

Wis, I, certainly, truly, 135
Use, in, possession, 652

Wish, to commend, 165, 652
Utis, old, rare fun, 299

Wisp of straw, a punishinent for a scold, 380
Utterance, to extremity, 510, 594

Wistly, wistfully, 271
Uttered, expelled, or put away, 94

Wit, knowledge, wisdom, 84, 131, 341

Wit, whither wilt? a proverbial saying, 158
Vantbrace, armour for the armı, 566

Wit-cracker, a joker, 95,
Varlet, a servant, a footman, 562

Wit-snapper, one who affects repartee, 139
Varlet, a male harlot, 580

With himself, not beside himself, 675
Vaunt, the foregoing, the van, 562

With the manner, in the fact, 97
Venew, or Veney, a touch or hit in fencing, 32 Without, beyond, 14, 124, 187
Ventages, holes of a flageolet or flute, 550 Witnessed, evidenced, 516
Vice, to screw, 217

Wits, five, the five senses, 79
Vice, a character or buffoon of the Moralities, 281, Wittol, a contented cuckold, 37
404, 552

Witty, discerning, judicious, 376
Vie, to challenge, a card-table terin, 671

Woman-tired, henpecked, 222
Villiaco, rascal, scoundrel, 370

Woman of the world, a married woman, 83
Vinewed, decayed, mouldy: 567

Wood, mad, crazed, wild, 19, 117, 348, 712
Virginal, a stringed instrument played with keys, Woodcock, a simpleton, 92
501

Wooden, blockish, 350
Virginal jacks, the keys of a virginal, 742

Woodman, cant term for a wencher, 62
Virtuous, healthy, beneficial, 122, 308

Woodman, huntsman, 598
Visages, masks, 460

Woolward, wearing a woollen garment next the skin,
Vizainent, advisement, 30

going shirtless, 112
Voluble, fickle, inconstant, 465

Woosel-cock, or oosel-cock, the blackbird, 120

World to see, a, wonderful to see, 88, 170
WAGED, rewarded, 629

Worm, a serpent, 672
Walk, a district in a forest, 47

Worth, wealth, fortune, 209
Walks, bounds, 634

Worts, coleworts, cabbages, 31
Wannion, vengeance, 693

Would I were dead !-an imprecation, 236
Wappened, withered, wizened, 530

Wreak, vengeance, 626
Wardens, a species of pear, 226

Wrest, an instrument for tuning the harp, 573
Warn, to summon, 647

Wretch, a terın of endearinent, 469
Wassel candle, a candle used at festivals, 93 Writ, truth, gospel, 61
Wat, an old name for a hare, 712

Write, to proclaim, 190
Watch, a watch-light, 416

Writhled, wrinkled, 340

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Wroth, calamity, misfortune, 135

Yes; keep you warm, 170
Wrying, deviating from the right path, 602 Yexen, or waxen, to hiccough, 116
Wry.neck'd fife, fife for fifer, 133

Yield, reward, 161

Yield, to report, 656
YARE, brisk, nimble, 1, 60, 210, 662

You may, you may, you have full liberty to divert
Ycleped, called, named, 97, III

yourself, 571
Year, what the good !-an exclamation, 80

Youngest wren of nine, 208
Yearn, to grieve, to vex, 41, 319, 327

Younker, a youngling, 134
Yellowness, jealousy, 333
Yellows, a disease of horses, 172

ZANY, a fool or gull, 110, 201
Yeoman, a sheriff's officer, 296

Zealous, pious, 408
Yerk, to jerk, to thrust with a quick motion, 329, 460 Zed, an unnecessary letter, 223

THE END.

JOHN CHILDS AND SON, PRINTERS.

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