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.ence, 296.
-ency, 296.
endite, 79.
endless, 136.
endure, 79.
ene=eyne, eyes, 316.
engender, 79.
-enger, 285.
ENGLISC, 17, 27.
English Language,'

68.
- a peculiar fea-

ture of, 468.

sibilancy of, 88.
Ennglish, 50.
Enngliss, 50.
enough, 126, 280 n.
enprysonment, 280.
ensample, 79.
-ent, 350.
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.

eternal, 339.
eternall, 138.
etestu, 221.
ethic, 353.
Eton, 155.
-ette, 283.
evangelize, 258.
even, 324.
everlastingness, 265,

269.
every, 410.
everybody, 406.
everycb, 410.
everycbon, 410.
everything, 408.
evidence, 296.
evil, 266, 323
evolutionism, 306.
ewe, 110, 119.
exalt, 116.
excarnification, 299.
excellence, 79.
exchange, 79.
exchange-stroke, 515.
exclusive, 348.
exculpate, 258.
exculpatory, 350.
Exe, 20.
exercize (Spenser), 293.
exhaust, 116.
exigence, 296.
exotic, 116.
expedient, 350.
expence, 296.
expense, 296.
experience, 296.
expiatory, 350.
export, 116, 117.
expostulate, 258.
expound, 111.
extend, 116.
externalization, 298.
extraordinary, 363.
-ey, 32.
eye, 262, 266.
eyen, 315
eyes, 67.
eyne, 315
eysement, 280.

fabulosity, 297.
face, 79, 81.
facet, 283.
faculty, 79.
fain, 324.
fair, 322, 354, 355.
fair-haired, 511.
fairy, 195, 278.
fairy-cupped, 512.
faith, 267
faithful, 138.
fall, 107, 230.
fallacy, 296.
fallen, 2 30.
Families of Speech,

.473
fancy-free (Shakspeare),

507.
fantastic, 340.
far, 364.
far-fetched, 511.
far-seeing, 510.
fare, 128.
farewells, 18o.
fashion, 279.
fast, 256.
fasten, 256.
fastidious, 343.
fastuous, 346.
fat, 107.
fat=a vessel, 266.
fate, 107
father, 4, 267.
fathom, 266.
fatiy, 327
fawn-skin-dappled,512.
fealty, 297.

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FEAWA, 116.

esculent, 318, 352.
-ese, 342.
esplanade, 303
-esque, 341.
-ess, 294, 319.
-esse, 294.
Essex, 27.
estate, 79.
estimable, 336.
estimate, 258.
-et, 283

feat, 153
feather, 267.
feculent, 352.
fed, 254
feed, 4, 254
feel, 247
feet, 67, 246, 317.
feffement, 280.
felicity, 79.
fell, 230, 233.
fellow-circuiteer, 289.
fellowship, 275.

felony, 79, 278.
felt, 247.
fervor, 299.
fervour, 299.
fetch, 2470
few, 116.
fey, 257.
feyntyse, 291.
fiddler, 268.
fidelity, 297
fiduciary, 300.
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, 280, 281,

282.
fish, 4, 266.
fisher, 268.
fishery. 277
fishwife, 505.
fist, 4.

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.
fighty, 327.
Aling, 230.
float, 237.
Alockmel, 367.
flood, 266.
flourish, 78.
flower, 79.
floweret, 283.
flowery, 327.
Aown, 230.
Aung, 230.
fly, 230, 266.
flying, 486.
foal, 4.
foe, 109, 129.
foes, 316.
foil, 129.
foison=plenty, 279.
fold, 237, 266.
folk, 406.
folly, 79.
fone = foes, 316.
foody, 327 328.
fool-bardise, 291.
foot, 4, 246, 266.
foot-sore, 507.
fopperies, 277.
for, 4, 187, 434, 436,

445, 457
for all that, 449.
forcible, 336.
fore, 4, 109.
forego, 509.
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, 230.
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, 2 30.
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, 111, 113,
115, 130, 133, 146,
151, 253, 257, 267,
276, 280, 293, 312,
315, 336. 345, 358,
370, 375, 381, 386,
392, 401, 437, 442,
445, 471, 479, 487,
544, 552.

fit, 108.

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, 21.
Alea, 151.

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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, 304.
fusty, 327.
fy! 257.

gape, 107, 262.
garden, 18, 262, 276.
gardener, 28
garden flowers, 357.
garden herb, 470.
garding, 481.
garnement, 280.
garrison, 279.
gastric, 353
gathering (infinitive),

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482.
gay, 79.
gayte = goats, 317.
GE, 117.
GEAR, 117.
GEARD, 117
GEARO, 117.
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,
319, 331, 334, 357,
392, 396, 400, 439,

479, 489, 505, 512.
germinate, 254.
germinated, 254.
GESE, 117
get, 230.
gewesen (Germ.), 232.
geworden (Germ.), 243.
geyn (Cambridgeshire),

364.

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G, the letter, III.
Gadites, 302.
Gaelic, 340.
Gaelic Language,

22.
gall, 107.
Gallic, 340.
gan, 251.
gander, 107.

gap, 262.

hardihood, 274,
bardiment, 281,
hardy, 328.
hare, 128.
harper, 268.
Harris, author of

Hermes, 355, 413,

455.
Harry, 312.
hasardery, 57:
haste, 79, 256.
hasten, 256.
hastow, 222.
hat, 107.
hatchet, 283.
hate, 107.
hater, 288.
hatred, 272.
haughty, 327.
haunt, 79.
have, 254.
Havelok, the poem

of, 60.

Gothic (

Meso grotesque, 341.
Gothic) Dialect, ground, 230, 266.
12, 14, 226, 245, groveling, 368.
315.

grow, 230.
gotten, 230.

growing, 240.
gouty, 327

grown, 230.
governance, 79

guarantee, 289.
governess, 319.

guardian, 277
Gower, the poet, 68, guerdon, 140.
75, 78.

guess, 140.
gown and gownd, 111.

guest, 140, 266.
grace, 278.

guild, 140.
graceful, 509

guile, 140.
gracious, 346.

guilt, 140.
GRAFE, 230.

guilty, 328.
graff, 183.

guize (Spenser), 293.
Grammar, 176, 201,

Guthlac, 274.
264, 378.
grandiose, 348.

H, the letter, 112.
grandsir (American), ha! 180.
537.

habiliment, 281.
grant, 79.

habitual, 339.
graphic, 353.

had, 254.
grass, 21, 544.

had (subjunctive), 477.
grasshopper, 111. hadde-y-wiste, hady-
gratitude, 301.

wist, 514.
gratuity, 297

haggard, 290.
grave, 237

hag-ridden, 23.
graven, 230, 233.

hail ! 172.
gray, III.

hale, 128.
great, 152, 322.

halidam, 272.
Greek influence, hall, 42, 107.

259, 302, 308, 318, hand, 190, 266.
340, 515.

handicap, 181.
Greek Language, handiwork, 505.
191, 214, 216, 218,

handloom, 505.
223, 246, 374, 415, handsaw, 194.
440, 468, 486, 511,

handsome, 331.
530.

handwriting, 505.
grew, 539.

handy-work or hand-
grig, 111.

ywork? 505.
grim, 324.

hang, 230.
Grimm's Law, 2, 5,. happen, 254.
9.

happened, 254.
Grimm, quoted, 245, happiness, 508.
423

harbinger, 285.
grind, 230.

harbour, 79.
grinder, 268.

hard, 322.

harden, 257.
GROF, 230.

hard-grained, 511.

haw, 21.
hawk, 129.
hazard, 57.
he, 108, 390, 396, 398,

399, 412.
head, 257, 266.
-head, 274.
heady, 327.
heal, 237
heap, 33, 36, 266.
hear, 168, 247.

heart, 266.

heart-sick, 507.
heart-weary, 507.
heart-whole, 507.
hearth, 43.
hearth-stone, 505.
hearty, 327.
heat, 152.
heathen, 324.
heathendom, 272.
heave, 230.
heaven, 59, 267.
heaviness, 269.
Hebraize, 259.
Hebrew influence,

397.

grocer, 287.

Hebrew Language, hoised, ill.
2, 330, 415, 458,

hold, 230.
468, 488, 504, 519.

holden, 230, 234.
-hed, 274.

holp, 230, 233
-hedd, 274.

holpen, 230.
hedge, 128.

holt, 21.
hedge-flowers, 357. holy - water - sprinckle,
heigh-ho! 166.

522.
height, 256, 267. homage, 42.
heighten, 256.

home, 43
heir-loom, 505.

home-enfolding, 513.
held, 230:

homeward, 334, 335.
helm, 266.

honest, 79.
help, 230.

honey-coloured, 512.
hempen, 324, 325.

honour, 79, 82, 129.
hems, 18o.

honorable, 133.
hence, 429.

hood, 266.
her, 394, 395.

-hood, 268, 274
her (dative), 476.

hoof, 266.
herb-garden, 470. Hooker, Richard,
herd, 247

420, 431, 432, 441,
here, 429.

453, 457
Hereberct, 112.

hop, 109.
heroic, 340.

hope, 109, 253
heron, 194

hopefulness, 270.
herself, 396.

hoped hope-did (?)
HI, 412.

256.
high, 109, 322.

hoper, 288.
High Dutch, 6. hopper, 288.
high-mindedness, 269. horne (Spenser), 137,
high-toned, 511. Horne Tooke, 167,
hight, 245

183, 413, 453, 455.
Highway, why the

horrible, 79.
Queen's, 68.

horrify, 257
hill, 266.

horrour, 129.
him, 389, 395, 396, horse, 266.
397, 413.

horse-box, 505.
him (dative), 476. horse-race, 470, 504.
himself, 396, 397.

boseli=to housel, 61.
himselfe (Spenser), 137. hosen, 316.
hind, 43.

host, 79.
hine, 221.

hot, 10, 128.
hing (Scotch), 230, hound, 266.
233.

hour, 79.
HIRE (pronoun), 394. house, 43, 262, 266.
his, 223, 394, 395.

housen (provincial),
history, 310.

316.
hither, 429.

housewife, 539.
Hivites, 302.

hove, 230.
hoe, 110, 130.

how, 194, 421, 449.

howbeit, 454, 479.
however, 432.
howsoever, 432.
HRYCG, 128.
Huætberct, 112.
hub (American), 311.
huckster, 320.
hum, 180.
human, 136.
humane, 136.
humanity, 297.
humble, 79.
humour, 79.
hung, 230, 234.
husk, 21.
HWA, 125.
HWÆL, 125.
HWÆR, 125.
HWÆS, 125
HwET, 125.
HWÆTE, 123.
HWÆT-STAN, 125.
HWEOL, 125
HWI, 125.
HWIL, 125
HWISPERUNG, 1 25.
HWISTLERE, 125.
HWIT, 125
HWYLC, 125.
hydraulic, 119.
hypocrisy, 119.
hypothesis, 119.
hyrst, 120.
hyson, 120.
hyssop, 119.
Hythe, 120.

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