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body, 11, 330, 406.
bog, 109.
boil, 79.
boisterous, 346.
bold, II.
BOLGEN, 229.
bone, Il, 128, 330.
bonnie, 90, 94:
bookbinder, 287.
books, 317.
boor, 43
boot (* to-boot'), 83.
bore, 229.
born, II, 229.
borne, 229,
borough, 266.
borowe, 81.
borrow, 237.
bosom, 266.
bote (noun), 84.
bote (verb), 229, 232.
both, 128.
bottle of hay, 85.
bought, 247
bound, 229.
bounden, 229.
bountihed, 274.
bourne, 86.
Bournemouth, 87.
bow, 229, 237, 332.
bowln, 229, 232.
bowne, 229, 232.
boy, 276.
boyhood, 274.

breaking up, 417

Brutes, language of,
breast, 266.

213
breathe, 241.

bruze (Spenser), 293.
breeches, 20.

bubble, 266.
bred, 254.

buck, 266.
breed, 254.

buds' nesens (Norfolk),
breeks (Scotch), 318. 317.
brether, 317

build, 254.
brethren, 316, 317.

buildress, 320.
BRETWALDA, 27. building, 240.
brewhouse, 520.

built, 254.
brick, 356.

bumptious, 347.
brick-wall, 357.

burden, 266.
bridal, 300.

burgage, 283.
bride, 266.

burgess, 295.
bridge by bridge, 376. Burgundy, 278.
bright, 112, 322.

burial, 300.
Brihthelm, 112.

burly, 327.
Brihtnoth, 112,

burn, 86, 237.
Brihtric, 112.

burned, 78.
Brihtwold, 112.

burnish, 78.
Brihtwulf, 112.

Burns, his

lan-
brim, 324.

guage, 28, 201, 232.
brimstone (Spenser), burst, 229.
136.

bursten, 229.
brinded, 323.

'bus, 309.
brindle, 323

bush-bearded, 511.
brindled, 323.

Bushy Park, 329.
bring, 247.

business, 85, 86,
brisk, 362.

busy, 85.
Britanny, 278.

butcher, 94, 287.
British words, 19 but, 186, 194, 434,
foll.

436, 445, 457, 458.
Brito Roman buttony, 328.
words, 19.

buttress, 84.
brittle, 323.

buxom, 34, 331.
broaden, 257

buy, 247.
broad-shouldered, 511. buzzard, 289.
Brogue, 557.

by, 40, 435, 438.
broided, 87.

-by, 240.
broider, 87.

by'r leave, 170.
broidered, 87.
broke, 229.

C, the consonant, III.
broken, 229.

cab, 309.
brook (verb), 237.

cable, 182.
broomstick, 515. Caedmon, the poet,
brother, 4, 267.

26.
brotherhood, 274. CÆG, 127.
brought, 247.

Cainites, 302.
brutel (=brittle), 32 3. Caistor, 155

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Boz,' 312.

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bracelet, 283.
Brad Scots' dia-

lect, 28.
braid, 87, 237.
brain, 265.
brake, 229.
bramble, 21.
bran, 20.
branchlet, 283.
brave, 321.
brawn, 265.
bread, 266.
bread-and-cheese, 504.
breadth, 267.
break, 229.

Caithness, 269.
caitiff, 79, 328.
calculate, 258.
calf, 44, 266.
call, 107, 110.
came, 229,
can, 33, 36, 128, 249,

251, 492.
Canaanites, 302.
cantelmele, 367.

cap, 262.

cape, 79.
captainess, 320.
capting, 481.
captivate, 258.
cards, 56.
careless, 509.
carf, 229, 232.
cark and care, 534.
carnal, 339.
carpenter, 79, 81.
carriage, 283, 284.
carry, 79.
cart, 544
cart-horse, 505.
carve, 229.
cast, 229.
casten, 229, 233.
castle, 42, 43
casualty, 297.
cat, 107
catastrophism, 306.
catch, 247
catechism, 305.
cathartic, 353
catholic, 137
catholicism, 305.
cat-o'-nine-tails, 514.
cattle, 79.
cattle disease, 469.
caught, 247
cause, 79.
caustic, 353
cauterize, 258.
cavalry, 277
Cavendish, 541.
CAZIEI, 1 20.
CEAFU, 127.
CEASTER, 127, 155.
cedarn, 325.

celestial, 79.

chiefly, 371.
celestiall, 138.

childer, 317
cement, 280.

childhood, 274, 508.
CENE, 127.

children, 316.
census, 302.

chill=I will, 221.
CENT, 127.

chin, 266.
CEOL, I27.

China, 149.
CEORL, 127.

Chinese, 342.
CEOSAN, 127

Chinese syntax, 191,
CEPAN, 127.

472.
certain, 79, 411.

chivalrous, 79.
certainly, 297.

chivalry, 79.
certainty, 297

chode, 229, 232.
-ch, 326.

Cholmondeley, 541.
chaff, 313

choose, 229.
Chaldee, 2, 327.

choosed, 255.
cham=I am, 221.

chose, 229.
champion, 79.

chosen, 229.
chance, 57, 79

christendom, 272.
chancellor, 42.

christian, 325
change, 254.

christianity, 272.
changed, 254.

Christianity and
changez (French), 171. languages, II.
chaos, 302.

christianize, 258.
chapman, 522.

chud, =I would, 221.
chapelry, 277.

church, 127
characteristic, 353.

church ale, 300.
charioteer, 289.

churchyard, 34.
charitableness, 269. churl, 43, 56, 266.
charlock, 273.

churlish, 327.
charm, 79.

Ciceter, 541.
chasm, 308.

CIDAN, 127.
chastise, 293

CILD, 127
chastisement, 280. Cingalese, 342.
Chaucer, 61, 68, 75, CINNE, 127
91, 122, 169, 200,

cink, 56, 57.
221, 227, 243, 335. cipher, 304.

343, 367, 410, 446. CIRCE, 127.
cheap, 184, 190.

circuit, 79.
cheat, 153

circus, 302.
cheer, 79.

city, 79.
cheesen (Dorset), 316. civility, 297.
-chester, 18.

clad, 254
chew, 237.

Clarendon's style,
chicken, 267.

499.
chid, 229.

classification, 195.
chidden, 229.

clave, 229.
chide, 229.

Claverton, 541.
chiere and face, 81. clean, 362.
chiefety, 298.

cleanliness, 271.

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cleanly, 3.30.
cleare (Spenser), 138.
cleave, 232.
clemency, 195, 297.
clerk, 146.
climacterick, 138.
climb, 229, 237.
cling, 229.
clock, 22.
clockwork, 505.
clomb, 229.
closure, 291.
cloth, 266.
clothe, 254.
clout, 20.
clove, cloven, 229.
clover, 21.
clung, 229.
clupie=call, 61.
CNAPA, 127
CNAWAN, 127
CNEDAN, I27.
CNEOW, 127
CNIHT, 127.
coal-layers, 503.
coal-producing, 503.
coal-scuttle, 505.
coast-line, 502.
coaxation, 299.
cob, 311.
cobweb, 311.
cock-boat, 22.
cockchafer, 267.
cockle, 20.
cod, 21, 110.
codify, 257.
cognizance, 296.
colourable, 337.
comandement, 280.
come, 229.
comen, 229, 23.3.
comer, 288.
comestibles, 185.
comfortable, 336.
commaundement, 281.
commendatory, 350.
commeth, 124.
commission, 79.
compacement, 280, 282.
companion, 67.

company, 79.
comparative, 348.
comparison, 279.
compass, 79.
compassion, 79, 298.
compendium, 302.
competence, 296.
complain, 79.
complete, 136.
complexion, 79.
composedness, 269.
con=to be able, 251.
conceive, 155.
concerns, 36.
conclude, 79.
conclusion, 79.
conclusive, 348, 349.
conculcation, 299.
condiment, 281.
confessional, 3.39.
confidence, 296.
conjurement, 280.
Conkwell, 541.
conner, 267.
conquest, 79.
conscience, 79, 296.
conscionable, 337.
conseili, 61.
consequence, 296.
consider, 79.
consols, 310.
conspicuous, 347
conspiring, 483.
constancy, 296.
constant, 350.
constitutionalize, 258.
contemplate, 524.
contemporary, 185,

301, 350.
contemptible, 336.
content, 79.
contentedness, 269.
contest, 133
continence, 296.
contract, 201.
contrariwise, 432, 509.
contrary, 133, 134.
contrition, 298.
cook, 79.
coost (Scotch), 232.

cop, 311.
cope, 79.
coral-paven, 325.
cordial, 79.
CORFEN, 229.
corn, 21, 266,
Cornwall, 24.
corny, 327, 328.
coronation, 79, 298.
coronement, 280.
corpulent, 352.
cosmos, 302.
cottage, 283.
cottage dames, 469.
could, 144, 146, 249,

251, 492.
counsell, 138.
count, 42.
countenance, 79.
countless, 42, 319.
country, 79.
coun:ry-featured, 512.
country-house, 514.
Court English, 74,

76, 89, 97.
Court Hand, 69.
courteous, 79, 346.
covenant, 79.
cover, 79.
cover-chief, 79.
covetise, 291.
covetize (Spenser), 293.
covetous, 346.
coveytise, 291.
cow, 44, 266.
coward, 289.
cowardice, 291.
crack, 114.
craft, 266.
crag, 20.
crap, 230, 233.
creating (inf.), 483.
creative, 348, 349.
creature, 154.
creep, 230, 237, 247.
creeped, 255.
crept, 247.
crescive, 348.
cress, 544:
crest-fallen, 511.

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cruel, 79.

crew, 230.

Danish, 326.
criminatory, 350.

Danish language, 8,
cristen=christian, 257, 205, 225, 381, 398,
300, 325.

408, 495.
crock, 20.

Dantesque, 342.
crope, 230, 233.

dare, 249.
cropen, 230, 233. darkling, 330, 368.
cross-barred, 511.

darknesses, 269.
crouny (infinitive), 61.

darksome, 331.
crow, 230, 237.

darling, 330.
crowd, 36.

dart, 262.

Dartmouth, 147
cruell, 138.

dastard, 289.
cruppen, 233, 230.

date, 107.
Cudberct, 112.

daughter, 4, 9, 112,
Cudbriht, 112,

113, 126, 267.
cudto, cudtono (Lan- day, 9, III, 266.
cashire), 221.

dayly, 365.
cumberment, 280.
cure, 79.

deal, 9, 247, 266, 408.
curiosity, 297.

dealer, 268.
curteisye, 82.

deanery, 277.
custom, 79.

dear, 322.
cut, 110.

death, 9, 154.
CWÆð, 115.

debate, 79.
CWALM, 115.

deceive, 155.
CWEN, 115.

deceived, 123,
CWIC, 115

decency, 271.
-cy, 271, 296,

decimate, 258.
cyð, 127.

deed, 9, 266.
CYLE, 127,

deep, 256.
CYN, 127.

deepen, 256.
CYNERIC, 275.

deep-throated, 511,
CYPMAN, Į 27.

deer, 44, 266, 317.

defence, 79, 296.
D, the consonant, III, defend, 254.
197

defended, 254.
-d, as form of past

deficit, 302.
tense, 256.

degree, 69,
dafter, 126.

dehonestation, 299.
dagger, 107.

deisy, 257.
dainties, 79.

dejectedness, 269.
dainty, 327.

delectable, 345.

delight, 79.
Daleth, Hebrew letter,

delinition, 299.
197.

delitable, 315.
dalfe, 230, 233.

Delta, Greek letter,
damn, 79.

197
dance, 79.

delve, 229, 237
danger, 79, 285, 286. Denge Ness, 269.

deodorize, 258.
depart, 79.
depend upon it, 454.
Derby, 146.
derogatory, 350.
Derwent, 20.
description, 79, 298.
desirable, 336.
desire, 79.
despotic, 353.
destiny, 79.
desyre, 138.
detecting, 482.
detective, 348.
detriment, 281.
deuce, 56.
deuysement, 280.
development, 281.
devize, 293
devotee, 289.
devour, 79.
dexterity, 297;
dexterous, 346.
Dialects, 93, 96.
dice, 56.
Dick, 312,
did, 246, 251, 256.

deaf, 9.

diet, 79.

difference, 296.
diffidence, 296.
dig, 230.
digestible, 79.
dignify, 257
diligent, 79.
dim, 428.

dip, 9, 108.

directly, 449, 452.
dirty, 327.
disastrous, 346.
discreet, 79.
discretion, 79.
disdain, 79.
disese and wo, 81.
disguize (Spenser), 293,
dish, 18.
dislodge, 79.
dismissal, 300.
disobedience, 332.
disobedient, 332,
dispite, 79.

dale, 9.

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edge, 266.

disposal, 300.
disquietude, 301.
distinctive, 348, 349.
distress, 79.
distributing, 482.
ditcher, 268.
ditement, 280.
diurnal, 339.
dive, 237, 239.
divine, 137, 349.
division, 79.
do, 109, 208, 246, 251,

256, 471, 490.
doctor, 79.
doctorship, 275.
dog, 109, 296.
doge, 109,
dogge, 138, 190.
dog-kennel, 505.
dogmatist, 307.
dole, 88.
doleful, 88.
dolven, 230.
-dom, 268, 271.
dome, 42.
domestic, 339, 340.
domestical, 341.
done, 246, 231.
done-up, 418.
doom, 266, 272.
door, 9, 266.
Dorset Dialect, 59,

93, 144, 491.
dostu, 222.
dotard, 290.
doth (doeth), 124.
double, 79.
Double Meaning,

550.
doubt, 79.
doughtful, 336.
doughty, 327.
dove (noun), 129.
dove (verb pret.), 238.
down, 364.
down (of a peach), 266.
downward, 334.
dezen, 382.
drag, 9.
drank, 230.

drastic, 353.
draught, 126.
draw, 230.
drawn, 230.
dreriment, 281.
dreryhedd, 274.
dress, 79.
drew, 230.
drink, 9, 230, 266.
drive, 9, 230.
driven, 230.
drone, 266.
drove, 230.
drunk, 230.
drunkard, 290.
drunken, 230,

233,
324.
Dual pronouns, 391,

393.
duchess, 319.
dug, 230.
duke, 42
dulcify, 257
dullard, 290.
Dunbar, Scottish

poet, 28.
durst, 249.
dusty, 327
Dutch, 326.
Dutch Language,

16, 275, 396.
duty, 85.
dwelling, 240.

edge-tool, 505.
edify, 257.
educate, 254
educated, 254.
-ee, 289.
-eer, 289.
effect, 79.
effeminacy, 271.
effeminateness, 271.
eftsoones, 368.
eggelinges, 368.
eglantine, 21.
egotist, 307.
eight, 155.
-el, 323, 330.
elective, 348.
electrify, 257.
elegant, 343, 350, 351,

355.
element, 280.
elementary, 529.
elf, 195
elf-needled, 512.
elixir, 304
elm, 21, 266.
elmen, 324, 325.
elsewhere, 429.
elvisch, 327.
'em=them, 413.
embellish, 78.
embroider, 87.
eminence, 296.
emparement, 280.
Emphasis, 528.
empress, 319.
emprize, 293.
empty, 327
-en, 316, 324, 481.
enchantment, 79, 280.
enchauntement, 280.

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