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INDEX.

[The ordinary Roman type is used to indicate English forms that have
been illustrated or exemplified : the Italic type indicates those of the
Transition stage of the language: forms of high antiquity are put in
SMALL CAPITALS: the Thick type indicates Subjects that have been treated
or touched upon, over and above those which are already indicated by the
general plan of the work.]

[graphic]

A, the article, 416.

the character, 196.

the vowel, 105, 107.
aback, 509.
abacus, 302.
abaft, 509.
abandoning, 482.
abed, 376, 509.
abet, 81.
abidden, 229, 232.
abide, 229.
Abingdon, 481.
-able, 336.
aboard, 509.
abode, 229.
about, 38, 129, 435.
abstraction, 195.
abut, 84.
academic, 352.
Accent, 537.
accept, 79, 337.
acceptable, 336, 337,

338.
acceptance, 337.
accepted, 337
accessible, 336.
accidental, 339.
accord, 79.
according, 454.
account, 36, 337.
accountable, 336, 337.
accountant, 337.
accounted, 337
ace, 56.
aches, 149.
acknowledge, 114.
acoustic, 352.

acquaint, 79.
acquaintance, 296.
acquaintanceship, 275.
acquittal, 300.
active, 348.
acupement, 280.
-acy, 296.
-ad, 303
add, 79.
-ade, 303
adieus, 180.
ado, 381.
adubbement, 280.
advance, 79.
advancement, 280.
adventure, 79.
adventuresome, 331.
adverse, 79.
advertize, 258, 294.
advice, 262.
advise, 262.
advowson, 279.
Ælfred, 272.

Etheling, 268.
Æthelred, 272.
æsthetick, 114, 352.
afaitment, 280.
afar, 376, 509.
affair, 381.
affluence, 296.
afield, 376, 509.
afloat, 509
afoot, 376.
a-forlorn, 480.
African, 352.
after, 435.
after all, 431.

after a sort, 431.
aftermath, 267.
againe (Spenser), 138.
against, 38, 441.
-age, 283.
-ager, 285.
Agglutinating lan-

guages, 473.
aggregative, 348, 349.
agoe, 129.
agog, 376.
aground, 509
AHAM, Sanscrit pronoun

ego, 391.
ahead, 509.
aid and abet, 81.
air-balloon, 505.
ajar, 509.
akin, 509.
-al, 299, 338.
alack, 166.
alas, 165.
a-laughter, 480.
alchemy, 304.
alcohol, 304.
alcove, 304.
alder, 21, III.
alder-bush, 505.
Aldhelm, Bishop of

Sherborne, 28.
Aleph, 196.
Alfred, King, 29.
algebra, 304.
algorism, 304.
algorithm, 304
all, 107, 138, 409.
aller, III.

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Angle, 25.
Anglian dialect, 48,

53.
Anglo-Saxon, the

term, 17.
animosity, 297
animus, 302.
anodyne, 425.
anonymous, 425.
another, 415.
-ant, 350.
antagonistic, 853.
antarctic, 353
antiquity, 297
any, 427.
apathetic, 353.

all hail, 173
Alliteration, 531.
Allophylian

lan.
guages, 473.
allow, 254.
allowed, 254.
all-powerful, 510.
allude-to-an-individual

style, 501.
almanac, 304.
aloft, 509.
along, 509.
along of, 442.
along on, 443.
alongside, 509.
aloof, 509,
aloud, 376, 509.
alow, 509.
Alpha, 196.
also, 434, 446.
alsoe, 129, 134.
ALWALDA, 27.
alway, always, 136.
am, 242.
amain, 479, 480.
amen, 174.
amendement, 280.
amiable, 79, 338.
amid, 38.
ammiral, 304
amonestement, 280.
American usage,

133, 186, 239, 311,

524.
among, 441.
an, numeral and article,

33, 38, 416, 427.
an, ? form of and,'

453.
-an (adj.), 326, 352.
-an (inf.), 481.
analytic, 352.
anathematize, 258.
anatomize, 258.
-ance, 296.
ancient, 185.

apologetic, 353
apostlene, 67.
apostolic, 339, 340.
apparatus, 302.
apparaylment, 280.
appeal, 310.
apple, 21.
appreciable, 336.

,
appreciative, 348, 349.
approachable, 336.
approval, 300.
aquatic, 339.
Arabic, 340.
arcana, 302, 303.
archæological, 341.
archaic, 353.
Arctic, 352.
-ard, 289, 338.
ardor, 299.
ardour, 299,
are, 149, 242.
area, 302.
arena, 302.
aright, 376, 479, 480,

509.
arize (Spenser), 293.

arrow-wounded, 511.
Article, in Danish

and Swedish, 7.
artistic, 339.
-ary, 300, 350.
Aryan languages,

391, 473.
AS, Sanscrit root, 219.
as, 189, 409, 446, 447.
as-as, as-SO, 447.
ascendant, 79.
ascetick, 137.
ash, 21, 266.
ash-house, 520.
ashore, 509.
as it were, 479.
-asm, 308.
aspect, 133
aspen, 21.
assay, 79.
assent, 79.
asseyment, 280.
assize, 79.
associative, 348, 349.
-ast, 308.
astern, 509.
-astic, 353
astir, 509.
asumere, 221.
asunder, 410.
at, preposition, 37.
at all, 431.
at best, 375.
at intervals, 375.
at large, 375
at last, 375.
at least, 375
at leastwise, 433.
at length, 375.
at most, 375
at no hand, 433.
at once, 431.
at present, 375.
at random, 375.
at worst, 375.
ate, 107, 230.
-ate, 258.
atheism, 305.
atheist, 307.
athletic, 353

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-ancy, 296.

and, 129, 434, 445,

454, 457, 458.
angelic, 33S

armlet, 283.
arms of precision, 358.
arnement, 280.
aromatic, 353
around, 38.
array, 79.

athwart, 509.
-ation, 270, 298.
atomic, 353.
-atory, 350.
attempted, 477.
attercop, 311.
audible, 336.
auditor, 79.
augrim, 304
August, 186.
aulnage, 285.
aulneger, 285.
aunt, 277.
Austria, 278.
authentic, 353.
authoritative, 348.
available, 336.
avarice, 291.
avaunt, 79.
away, 509.

awe, 266.

awfully, 370.
awinter, 221.
awl, 266.
awork, 376.
Axe, 20.
Aytoun, 155.
-aze, 308.
azure, 79.
azurn, 325.

ball, 108.
banish, 77, 79.
barbaresque, 341.
barbaric, 353
barbarous, 346.
bard, 22.
Bardic, 340.
bare, 229, 322.
bareheaded, 511.
bargain, 277
barn-door, 194.
barrier, 289.
basis, 302.
basket, 20.
bastard, 289.
bat, 107, 262.
bate, 107.
batelment, 280.
bath, 11.
Bath, 20.
battels, 85.
Baxter, 320.
be, verb, 4, 239, 240,

241, 243, 478.
BE (preposition), 38.
be off, 439.
beacon, 266.
BEAH, 229.
BEALH, 229.
beam, 21, 266.
bean, 21.
bear, 4, 229, 266.
beard, 11.
beast, 79.
beat, 229.
beaten, 229.
beatify, 257
beating (Yarmouth),

84.
beautify, 257.
beauty, 79.
becalm, 39.
because, 40, 446, 456.
bechance, 257.
beck, 11.
become, 257, 489, 509.
BECUMAN, 39.

bedeck, 39.
bedew, 39.
BEDICIAN, 39.
bed-ridden, 23.
bedstead, 505.
bee, 266.
beech, 4, 21.
beef, 44, 94.
been, 229, 240.
befall, 39, 257.
befit, 39, 257
befool, 39.
before, 39, 136, 187.
befriend, 39, 257.
began, 229, 251.
BEGANGAN, 39.
beget, 39, 136, 257.
begin, 39, 229, 257.
begnaw, 257
begrime, 39, 257.
begrudge, 39.
beguile, 39, 257.
begun, 229,
BEGYRDAN, 39.
behalf, 40.
behave, 39, 257.
behead, 136, 257.
BEHEAFDIAN, 39.
BEHEALDAN, 39.
behest, 40.
behide, 39.
behind, 39.
behold, 39, 257
behoof, 40.
BEHORSIAN, 39.
behove, 39, 257.
behowl, 257
BEHREAWSIAN, 39.
Being, idea of, 240.
belabour, 39.
BELANDIAN, 39.
belate, 39.
belay, 39.
beldame, 276.
beleaguer, 39.
beleeue, 124.
BELENDAN, 39.
BELGAN, 229.
belie, 39, 257.
belieffulness, 270.

B, the character, 197.
bace (for base), 138.
back home, 363.
bacon, 44.
bade, 229.
badge, 266.
Baeda's account of

the Saxon colo-

nists, 17.
Baeda quoted, 26.
baggage, 283.
baile and borowe, 81.
bairn, 90.
bait, 85.
bake, 11, 128, 229, 237.
bakehouse, 520.
baken, 229.
baker, 268, 287.
balcony, 524.

bed, 266.

bedabble, 39.
bedaub, 39.

beyond, 39, 136, 358.
Bible translations,

II, I2, 27, 404.
bid, 229.
bidden, 229.
bide, II.
bier, II, 266.
bight, 267.
bill, 312.
Billingsgate, 49.
billowy-bosomed,[511.
bind, 229.
birch, 21.
bird, 544

believe, 39, 155, 226,

254, 257.
believing in (inf.), 482.
belike, 39, 445
BELISNIAN, 39.
bellicose, 348.
bell-wire, 505.
belong, 39, 257, 509.
belove, 39, 257
below, 39, 136.
bemad, 257
bemete, 257.
bemoan, 39, 257.
bemock, 257
bemoil, 257
bench, II.
bend, 253, 254
beneath, 39.
Benedicite! 169.
beneficence, 296.
benevolence, 296.
benevolent, 352.
benign, 79.
benignity, 297.
BENIMAN, 39.
benison, 279.
bent, 253, 254.
BEON, 229, 242.
Beowulf, the poem,

27.
bepaint, 257.
bequeath, 39, 136, 257.
bequest, 136.
berattle, 257
Bercta, 112.
Berctfrid, 112.
Bertgils, 112.
Bercthun, 112.
Berctred, 112.
Berctuald, 112.
bere, 21, 43, 108.
BEREAFIAN, 39.
bereave, 257
berhyme, 257
BESCIERAN, 39.
beseech, 39, 257.
beseek, 257.
beseem, 39, 257.
beset, 82, 257.
beshrew, 39, 257

besides, 40, 441.
besiege, 79, 82, 257.
BESITTAN, 39.
beslubber, 257
besmear, 257
besmirch, 257.
besort, 257
besot, 39, 257
bespatter, 39.
bespeak, 39, 257.
bespice, 257
besprinckled (Spenser),

138.
best, 364.
bestain, 257
bested, 257
bestill, 257
bestir, 39, 257
bestow, 39, 257.
bestraught, 257.
bestrew, 257.
bestride, 257
BESYREWIAN, 39.
Beta, meaning of, 197.
betake, 257.
beteem, 257
betell, 39.
Beth, Hebrew letter,

197
bethink, 39, 136, 257.
Bethlehemite, 302.
bethunip, 257.
betide, 257
betoken, 257.
betoss, 257
betrap, 39.
betray, 39, 82, 257.
betrim, 257
betroth, 257
between, 39.
betwixt, 39.
BETYNAN, 39.
beuk (Scottish), 232.
bewail, 257;
beware, 136, 257
bewed, 39.
beweep, 257.
bewet, 257
bewitch, 257.
bewray, 257.

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bishopric, 275
Bishopsgate, Without,

Within, 358.
bit, 85, 108, 229.
bite, 85, 109, 229.
bitten, 229.
blackbird, 505, 522.
Blackheathen, -ian,

325.
blacksmith, 135
blame, 79.
blanc-mange, 79.
blatant, 350.
bled, 254
bleed, 254.
blemish, 77
blessing, 267
blew, 229.
blight, 267.
blincked (Spenser), 138.

bloodshed, 135.
bloodthirsty, 507.
bloody, 327
bloom, 21.
blossom, 21.
blow, 229.
blown, 229.
board, 43
boat, 22, 266.
boatswain, 501, 505.
bob, 266.
Bob, 312.
bodes (= command-

ments), 283

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