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68.
— a peculiar fea-

ture of, 468.
— sibilancy of 88.
Ennglish, 5o.
Enngliss, 5o.
enough, 126, 280 m.
emprysonment, 28o.
ensample, 79.
-ent, 35o.
enterprize, 293.
envy, 79.
Eo (vowel-combina-

tion), 130.
Eoforwic, 118.
-eous, 346.
epitome, 302, 303.
equality, 297.
equilibrium, 302.
equity, 297.
equivalent, 352.
er (conjunction), 451.
-er, 287, 288, 326.
eradicate, 258.
ere (conjunction), 451.
erroneous, 346, 347.
-ery, 277.
-es (adverbial), 368.
escaper, 288.
esculent, 318, 352.
-ese, 342.
esplanade, 303.
-esque, 341.
-ess, 294, 319.
-esse, 294.
Essex, 27.
estate, 79.
estimable, 336.
estimate, 258.
-et, 283.

eternal, 339.
eternall, 138.
etestu, 22 I.
ethic, 353.
Eton, I55.
-ette, 283.
evangelize, 258.
even, 324.
everlastingness,

269.
every, 4 Io.
everybody, 406.
everych, 4 Io.
everycbon, 4Io.
everything, 408.
evidence, 296.
evil, 266, 323.
evolutionism, 306.
ewe, IIo, II9.
exalt, II6.
excarnification, 299.
excellence, 79.
exchange, 79.
exchange-stroke, 515.
exclusive, 348.
exculpate, 258.
exculpatory, 35o.
Exe, 20.

exercize (Spenser), 293.

exhaust, II6.
exigence, 296.
exotic, 116.
expedient, 35o.
expence, 296.
expense, 296.
experience, 296.
expiatory, 35o.
export, II6, II?.
expostulate, 258.
expound, III.
extend, II6.
externalization, 298.
extraordinary, 363.
-ey, 32 °.
eye, 262, 266.
eyen, 3.I.5.
eyes, 67.
eyne, 315.
eysement, 28o.

265,

fabulosity, 297.
face, 79, 81.
facet, 283.
faculty, 79.
fain, 324.
fair, 322, 354, 355.
fair-haired, 51 I.
fairy, 195, 278.
fairy-cupped, 512.
faith, 267.
faithful, 138.
fall, Ioy, 23o.
fallacy, 296.
fallen, 230.
Families of Speech,

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473.
fancy-free(Shakspeare),

507.
fantastic, 34o.
far, 364.
far-fetched, 5 II.
far-seeing, 5 Io.
fare, 128.
farewells, 18o.
fashion, 279.
fast, 256.
fasten, 256.
fastidious, 343.
fastuous, 346.
fat, Io'7.
fat = a vessel, 266.
fate, Io's.
father, 4, 267.
fathom, 266.
fatty, 327.
fawn-skin-dappled,512.
fealty, 297.
FEAwa, II6.
feat, I53.
feather, 267.
feculent, 352.
fed, 254.
feed, 4, 254.
feel, 247.
feet, 67,246, 317.
feffement, 28o.
felicity, 79.
fell, 230, 233.
fellow-circuiteer, 289.
fellowship, 275.

felony, 79, 278.
felt, 247.
fervor, 299.
fervour, 299.
fetch, 247.
few, II6.
fey, 257.
feyntyse, 29I.
fiddler, 268.
fidelity, 297.
fiduciary, 3oo.
field, 266.
field-path, 470, 504.
fight, 230, 262, 267.
figure, 79, 254.
figured, 254.
filly, 4
filthy, 327.
find, 230.
finding, 482.
fine, 343, 355.
finesse, 295.
finger. 267.
finish, 78.
fire, 4.
fire-balloon, 505.
fire-bote, 84.
firmament, 28o, 281,
282.
fish, 4, 266.
fisher, 268.
fishery. 277.
fishwife, 505.
fist, 4.
fit, Io8.
fitz, 57.
five, 4, 59, 227.
five-words-long, 507.
flail, 43.
Flat adjective, 356,
468.
— adverb, 361.
— pronoun-adverb,
417.
—syntax, 461.
flatling, 330, 368.
flatteress, 320.
flatulent, 352.
flax, 2I.
flea, I5 I.

fled, 247.
flee, 247.
Flemish, 326
flesh, 266.
Fletcher, 287.
flew, 230.
Flexion, 223, 508.
Flexional adjective,
357.
— adverb, 365.
— pronoun-adverb,
429.
— syntax, 474.
flighty, 327.
fling, 23o.
float, 237.
flockmel, 367.
flood, 266.
flourish, 78.
flower, 79.
floweret, 283.
flowery, 327.
flown, 230.
flung, 230.
fly, 230, 266.
flying, 486.
foal, 4.
foe, Ico, I29.
foes, 316.
foil, 129.
foison = plenty, 279.
fold, 237, 266.
folk, 406.
folly, 79.
fone = foes, 316.
foody, 327, 328.
fool-hardise, 291.
foot, 4, 246, 266.
foot-sore, 5o'7.
fopperies, 277.
for, 4, 187, 434, 436,
445, 457.
for all that, 449.
forcible, 336.
fore, 4, Io9.
forego, 5c).
foreigners, 24.
fore-right, 509.
foreshorten, 509.
forest, 79, 186.

for ever, 431.
forgetive, 348.
forget-me-not, 501,

503.
forlorn, 238, 509.
form, 79.
formal, 339.
forsake, 230.
for . . . sake (with gen-
itive between), 443.
forsaken, 230.
for something, 431.
forsook, 23o.
forsooth, 534.
forth, 4, 61.
for the sake of, 444.
fortune, 79.
forward, 509.
fot = fetched, 247.
fought, 230.
foughten, 230, 233.
Foulness, 269.
found, 230.
foundement, 280.
founder, 319.
foundress, 319.
four, Ioo.
four times, 383.
fowl, 44, 266."
fowler, 268.
fox, 319.
franchise, 291, 292.
fraternity, 79.
fraternize, 258.
fraudulent, 352.
Frederick, 138.
fredom, 82.
freeze 230.
French, 62, 326.
French influence,
42, 66, 72, 78, 85,
89, 97, III, I 13,
II5, 130, 133, 146,
151, 253, 257, 267,
276, 28o, 293, 312,
315, 336. 345, 358,
370, 375, 38.1, 386,
392, 4ol, 437, 442,
445, 471, 479, 487,
544, 552.

French contrasted
with English, 133,
398, 493, 514.
fresh, 322.
fret, 237.
friend, 190, 257.
friendship, 275, 508.
frighten, 257.
frog, 266.
Froissart, Chro-
nicler, 279, 449.
frolic, 185.
from, 4.
Frome, 20.
from whence, 431.
frost, 266.
froward, 334, 509.
froze, 230.
frozen, 230.
fruitful, 336.
fruitless, 336.
fruit-shaped, 512.
fudge 171.
full, 139, 322.
-full, 323, 336.
full-blown, 507.
Fuller, Thomas,344.
fungi, 318.
fungus, 302.
Furness, 269.
furnish, 78.
further, 136,420.
furze, 21, 266.
furzen, 316.
Furzen Leaze, 326.
fusillade, 303, 3o4.
fusty, 327.
fy 257.

G, the letter, III.

Gadites, 302.

Gaelic, 340.

Gaelic Language,
22.

gall, Io?.

Gallic, 34o.

gan, 25I.

gander, Ioy.

gap, 262.

gape, Ios, 262.
garden, 18, 262, 276.
gardener, 28
garden flowers, 357.
garden herb, 47.o.
garding, 481.
garnement, 280.
garrison, 279.
gastric, 353.
gathering (infinitive),
482.
gay, 79.
gayte= goats, 317.
GE, I 17.
GEAR, 117.
GEARD, II 7.
GEARo, I 17.
geese, 317.
geet, 317.
GELYFAN, 227.
generalize, 258.
generalization, 195.
generous, 347.
gent, 309.
gentle, 79, 190.
gentrise, 291.
geometry, 79.
GeoRN, 117.
German, 326.
German influence,
463.
German Language,
5, 9, 200, 202, 204,
226, 243, 272, 316,
3.19, 331, 334, 357,
392, 396, 4oo, 439,
479,489, 5os, 512.
germinate, 254.
germinated, 254.
GESE, 117.
get, 230.
gewesen (Germ.), 232.
geworden (Germ.), 243.
geyn (Cambridgeshire),
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Gothic ( = Moeso-
Gothic) Dialect,
12, 14, 226, 245,
3 I5.
gotten, 230.
gouty, 327.
governance, 79
governess, 319.
Gower, the poet, 68,
75, 78.
gown and gownd, I I I.
grace, 278.
graceful, 500.
gracious, 346.
GRAFE, 230.
graff, 183.
Grammar, 176, 20I,
264, 378.
grandiose, 348.
grandsir (American),
537.
grant, 79.
graphic, 353.
grass, 21, 544.
grasshopper, III.
gratitude, 30I.
gratuity, 297.
grave, 237.
graven, 230, 233.
gray, III.
great, I52, 322.
Greek influence,
259, 302, 308, 318,
340, 515.
Greek Language,
191, 214, 216, 218,
223, 246, 374, 415,
440, 468, 486, 5 II,
53O.
grew, 530.
grig, 1 II.
grim, 324.

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grotesque, 34I.
ground, 230, 266.
groveling, 368.
grow, 230.
growing, 240.
grown, 230.
guarantee, 289.
guardian, 277.
guerdon, I4o.
guess, I4o.
guest, 14o, 266.
guild, 14o.
guile, I40.
guilt, I40.
guilty, 328.
guize (Spenser), 293.
Guthlac, 274.

H, the letter, 112.

hall 18o.
habiliment, 281.
habitual, 339.
had, 254.
had (subjunctive), 477.
hadde-y-wiste, hady-
wist, 514.
haggard, 290.
hag-ridden, 23.
hail l I 72.
hale, 128.
halidam, 272.
hall, 42, Ioy.
hand, 190, 266.
handicap, 181.
handiwork, 505.
handloom, 505.
handsaw, I94.
handsome, 33 I.
handwriting, 505.
handy-work or hand-
ywork? 505.
hang, 230.
happen, 254.
happened, 254.
happiness, 508.
harbinger, 285.
harbour, 79.
hard, 322.
harden, 257.
hard-grained, 51 I.

hardihood, 274.
bardiment, 28.I.
hardy, 328.
hare, I28.
harper, 268.
Harris, author of
Hermes, 355, 413,
455.
Harry, 312.
hasardery, 57.
haste, 79, 256.
hasten, 256.
hastow, 222.
hat, Io?.
hatchet, 283.
hate, Io'7.
hater, 288.
hatred, 272.
haughty, 327.
haunt, 79.
have, 254.
BIavelok, the poem
of, 60.
haw, 21.
hawk, 129.
hazard, 57.
he, IoS, 390, 396, 398,
399, 412.
head, 257, 266.
-head, 274.
heady, 327.
heal, 237.
heap, 33, 36, 266.
hear, I68, 247.
heart, 266.
heart-sick, 507.
heart-weary, 507.
heart-whole, 507.
hearth, 43.
hearth-stone, 505.
hearty, 327.
heat, I52.
heathen, 324.
heathendom, 272.
heave, 230.
heaven, 59, 267.
heaviness, 269.
Hebraize, 259.
Hebrew influence,

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Hebrew Language,
2, 33o. 415, 458,
468, 488, 504, 519.
-hed, 274.
-hedd, 274.
hedge, 128.
hedge-flowers, 357.
heigh-hol 166.
height, 256, 267.
heighten, 256.
heir-loom, 505.
held, 23o.
helm, 266.
help, 230.
hempen, 324, 325.
hems, 180.
hence, 429.
her, 394, 395.
her (dative), 476.
herb-garden, 47.o.
herd, 247.
here, 429.
Hereberct, 112.
heroic, 34o.
heron, I94.
herself, 396.
HI, 412.
high, Io9, 322.
High Dutch, 6.
high-mindedness, 269.
high-toned, 5 II.
hight, 245.
Highway, why the
Queen’s, 68.
hill, 266.
him, 389, 395, 396,
397, 413.
him (dative), 476.
himself, 396, 397.
himselfe (Spenser), 137.
hind, 43.
hine, 22 I.
hing (Scotch),
233.
HIRE (pronoun), 394.
his, 223, 394, 395.
history, 3Io.
hither, 429.
Hivites, 302.
hoe, IIo, 130.

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hoised, III.
hold, 23o.
holden, 230, 234.
holp, 230, 233.
holpen, 23o.
holt, 21.
holy-water-sprinckle,
522.
homage, 42.
home, 43.
home-enfolding, 513.
homeward, 334, 335.
honest, 79.
honey-coloured, 512.
honour, 79, 82, 129.
honorable, 133.
hood, 266.
-hood, 268, 274.
hoof, 266.
Hooker, Richard,
42O, 43.I, 432, 441,
453, 457.
hop, Io9.
hope, Io9, 253.
hopefulness, 270.
hoped = hope-did (?)
256.
hoper, 288.
hopper, 288.
horne (Spenser), 137.
Horne Tooke, 167,
183,413, 453, 455.
horrible, 79.
horrify, 257.
horrour, 129.
horse, 266.
horse-box, 505.
horse-race, 47.o, 504.
boseli = to housel, 61.
hosen, 316.
host, 79.
hot, Io, I28.
hound, 266.
hour, 79.
house, 43, 262, 266.
housen (provincial),
316.
housewife, 539.
hove, 230.
how, 194,421,449.

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