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of course, 431.
of it, 430.
of itself, 494.
of me, 475.
of necessity, 374.
of old, 374.
of whom, 450.
OFERSÆWISCA, 115.
off, 439.
offence, 296.
office, 8o.
officer, 8o.
Official Adjectives,

354
offspring, 135.
often, 366.
oh! 159, 161.
oi (diphthong), 130.
oil, oiled, 255.
oily, 327.
old, 322.
• Old English,' 344.
old-friendishness, 512.
oldster, 320.
on, 33, 37, 441.
once, 383, 430.
once upon a time, 430.
one, 35, 38, 100, 143,

406, 410, 415, 416,

427, 428.
one another, 406, 415.
only, 330, 446.
Onomatopoeia, 545.
onus, 302.
open, 324.
open-hearted, 511.
operate, 258.
operose, 348.
Ophites, 302.
opinion, 80.
oppression, 8o.
opulence, 296.
opulent, 352.
or, 434, 445, 451.
-or, 299.
orchard, 18.
ordain, 8o.
order, 262.
ordinance, 8o.
or ere, 452.

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or ever, 452.
organizing (inf.), 482.
orientalize, 259.
orison, 279.
Ormulum, 50, 122,

383.
ornement, 280.
-ose, 348.
-osity, 297.
Ossian, 556.
ostler, 8o.
otherwhere, 429.
otherwise, 432.
otiose, 348.
ou (diphthong), 130.
ought, 237, 428.
our, 392, 464.
-our, 299.
-ous, 346.
Ouse, 20.
out, 186, 364.
out of which, 494.
outrageous, 346.
over, 194, 439.
overplus, 302.
owe, owed, ought, 249.
owl, 62.
own, 324
ownership, 275.
ox, 44, 266.
oxen, 315
Oxford, 20.
oynement, 280.

park-paling, 505.
parlement, 280, 300.
parliament, 80, 281.
parochial, 8o.
parochialize, 258.
partial, 339.
partialize (Shakspeare),

258.
partisan, 524.
party, 80.
pass, 80.
passage, 283.
passenger, 285.
passive, 348.
patched up, 418.
patent, 8o.
path, 114, 266.
path-field, 470, 504.
patience, 195.
patient, 8o.
patristic, 353
patronize, 258,
patterned, 333.
pavement, 280.
payment, 280.
pea, 151.
peaceable, 336, 337.
peaceableness, 269.
peal, 310.
pear, 18, 99.
pease, 151.
pease-cod, 21.
peason, 131.
peat bogs, 503.
pedantic, 340.
pen, 254.
penance, 84.
pensive, 348.
pent, 254.
pentice, 292.
people, 129, 406.
peradventure, 445, 446.
perceive, 155.
perfect, 8o.
perhaps, 445.
perish, 78.
Perizzites, 302.
Persian, 352.
persistive, 348.
person, 80, 406.

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personable, 338.
personage, 284.
pestilence, 80.
petitionary, 350.
petulant, 350, 351.
Pet words, 343.
phenomena, 318.
phenomenon, 302.
philosopher, 8o.
philosophize, 258.
philosophy, 80.
Phrasal Adjectives,
357.

Adverbs, 373.

Pronoun - Ad-
verbs, 431.

Syntax, 487.
physic, 340.
pick-pocket, 513.
pick-purse, 513.
pick-thank, 513.
Pickwick Papers,

209.
picturesque, 341.
piecemeal, 367.
pig, 276, 318.
pight, 247.
pig-nut, 505.
pikestaff, 194.
pimen, 280.
pious, 346.
pipe, 109.
pit, 4.
pitch, 247
pith, 266.

pleonasm, 308.
pleonastic, 353.
plet (Scottish), 230,

234.
plight, 82.
plough, 43, 126.
plow-bote, 84.
plumb-bob, 266.
plush-breeches, 514.
Plutarchize, 258.
poetick, 139.
poetry, 277, 278.
Poetry, 517.
poignant, 80.
point-of-honour, 514.
poison, 279.
poisonous, 346.
Polish, 326.
polite, 136.
politick, 114, 139.
pollard, 290.
Polynesian, 352.

practize (Spenser), 293.
prechement, 280.
predicting (inf.), 483.
preferable, 336.
preference, 296.
prejudice, 292.
prelating (inf.), 486.
preparatory, 350.
Presbyterianism, 305.
present (vb.), 255.
Presentive words,

195.
pretence, 296.
pretty, 327, 329, 354,

36,3.
prevalent, 352.
preventive, 185.
pride, 545.
prim, 324.
primitive, 324.
prince, 42, 80.
princess, 80, 319.
prison, 8o.
privateer, 289.
privily, 80.
prize, 80.
prize ox, 505.

pomp, 8o.

pomposity, 297.
pooh! 166.

poor, 8o.

process, 8o.

pity, 80.

placard, 290.
place, 80.
plain, 8o.
plashy, 327, 329.
plastery, 328.
plastic, 353.
plat, 230.
play, 114.
plea, 151.
pleasant, 8o.
please, 80, 152.
pleasure, 152.
pled (=pleaded), 238.
plenteous, 8o.

poppy-head, 514.
populosity, 297.
pork, 44, 94.
porringer, 285.
PORT, 18.
port (Chaucer), 80.
Portuguese, 342.
positive, 348.
Posset (=Portishead),

541.
posterity, 297.
post-office, 514.
postulate, 258.
potato-disease, 469.
pottery, 277.
pottinger, 285.
pouch, 80.
poultry, 277.
pound, 80.
poundage, 283.
pourtray, 80.
powder, 80.
practicable, 336.
practiser, 80.

proctorship, 275.
procurable, 336.
profitable, 336.
promenade, 303.
promise, 8o.
propagandism, 305.
prophecy, 139, 262.
prophesy, 139, 262.
propitiatory, 350.
proposal, 300.
Protestantism, 305.
protoplasm, 308, 309.
protoplast, 308, 309.
proud, 329, 545.
prove, 80, 129.
proven, 239.
Provincial English,

69, 93, 96, 204,

316, 364, 413.
prude, 545.
psaltery, 279.
psha ! 166.

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Ptolemaic, 340.
pubescence, 296.
publicist, 307.
pulled (Chaucer), 77.
pullet, 44:
punish, 78, 147
Punning, 550.
purblind, 509.
purchase, 80.
pure-eyed, 511.
purveaunce, 72, 154.
putted (Allan Ramsay),

255.

rend, 254.
renown, 80.
rent, 80, 254
rental, 300.
reparative, 348, 349.
representative, 349.
reprieve, 155.
repulsive, 348.
reputable, 336.

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request, 80.

requiem, 302.
residual, 339.
residuum, 302.
resources, 525.
respectable, 336.
respiratory, 350.
responsible, 336, 337.
responsive, 337, 348.

rest, 266.
restore, 8o.

Q, the letter, 115.
quadripartition, 299.
quaint, 342, 343, 344.
quake, 115.
qualify, 257.
quality, 255.
qualm, 115
Quantity, 520.
quarrel, 115.
quarry, 115.
quart, 56, 115.
quarter, 115
quarterne, 115.
quash, 115.
queen, 115
Queen's English,

68, 91, 96.
queintise, 291.
quell, 115, 237.
quern-stone, 505.
question, 255, 262.
questionable, 336.
questioned, 255.
quha (Scottish), 125.
quhat, 125.
quhilk, 125.
quick, 115, 322.
quire, 115.
quit, 80, 115.
Quixotic, 340.

rampant, 351.
ran, 230.
rang, 230.
range, 262, 277.
ransom, 80, 279, 541.
rapidity, 297
rascal, 55.
rascaldom, 272.
rascally, 330.
rat, 107
rate, 107
rathe, 322, 419.
rather, 418, 419.
rathe-ripe, 507
ratify, 257
raught, 142, 247
raven, 55, 267
ravener, 55
ravenous, 55.
reach, 127, 247.
readiness, 269.
ready, 327.
realm, 42.
reason, 279.
reasonable, 336.
reasons (Shaksp.), 153.
rebel, 136.
receive, 155.
reck, 142.
reckless, 142.
recklessness, 142.
record, 136, 262.
records, 67.
-red, 268, 272.
reed, 21.
reedy, 327
reek, 237
referee, 289.
reflective, 348.
reft, 247
refusal, 300.
region, 80, 298.
rehearse, 8o.
remarkable, 336.
remedy, 80.

retentive, 3+8.
reticence, 296.
revel, 56.
revellers, 56.
revelling, 56.
revelry, 56.
revere, revered, 255-
reverence, 8o.
revenues, 523.
rhetorical, 341.
rhizopodous, 346.
rhyme, 119.
Rhyme, 553, 558.
rhyme and reason, 534.
Rhythm, 500, 553,

555.
ribald. 55
ribaldry, 55
riches, 295.
rick, 128, 266.
-rick, 268, 275.
rick-yard, 505.
rid, 230, 234
ridden, 230.
ride, 230.
ridge, 128.
right, 109, 267.
righteous, 346.
rind, 266.
ring, 230, 266.

-1 (terminal), 323, 326.
racehorse, 470, 504.
radish, 21.

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sayen, 480.

Runes, 103
Russian, 326, 352.
rustic, 340.
rusty, 327.
-ry, 277.
rye, 21, 43.

ring-leader, 505.
ringlet, 283.
riotise, 291,
riotous, 346.
ripe, 322.
rise, 230.
risen, 230.
ritch (Spenser), 128.
ritualist, 307.
river, 289.
road, 129.
roadster, 320.
robby (infinitive), 61.
robe, 80.
Robert of Glouces.

ter, 61.
Robinsonian, 352.
rock-thwarted, 510.
rode, 230.
roe, 109, 129.
Roman, 326.
Roman Numerals,

197
Rome, 148.
roof, 43, 266.
rookery, 277.
roomy, 324.
root, 21.
rope, 109, 266.
rose, 230, 235.
rosette, 283.
rote, 8o.
rough, 126.
roune, IOI.
row, 237.
rown, IO2.
royally, 80.
royal-towered, 511.
royalty, 42, 297.
rubbishy, 328.
rude, 80.
rue, 237.
Rugby, 240.
rule, 109.
run, 230.
rung, 23O.
Runic, 340.
Runic characters,

IOI.

-s (possessive), 474.
sacrament, 280.
sacrifice, 2.
saddle, 128.
sail, 262, 265, 266.
sailyard, 505.
sainthed, 274.
sake, 129, 443
salad, 303,
sallow =willow, 21,

128.
salutation, 298.
salve, 266.
Sam, 312.
same, 330, 321, 409.
sang, 231.
sanguine, 80, 349.
sanitary, 350.
sank, 231.
Sanskrit, 13, 488,

559.

Scandinavian lan-

guages, 7, 381,

495.
scarify, 257.
scene, 140.
scent, 140.
sceptre, 42, 143.
scholar, 8o.
school, 8o.
science, 80, 140, 296.
sciorf, 140.
scite, 140.
scituation, 140.
score, 382.
scot-ale, 300.
Scotch, 28.
Scotticism, 305.
Scottish, 326.
Scottish speech, 90,

187, 408, 410, 538.
scoundreldom, 272.
scymitar, 140.
Scythea, 154.
sea, 151, 153, 266.
seal (phoca), 266.

seam, 266.

sap, 266.

sardonic, 340.
sat, 107, 231.
sate, 231.
satisfy, 257

sauce, 8o.

saucy, 327, 329.
saugh ( = willow), 21.
savation, 298.
save, 80, 178, 442.
savement, 280, 282.
Savoyard, 290.
saw, 476.
sawest, 476.
Saxon Chronicles,

I 20, 274, 329, 379,
437, 506.
Saxon forms,17,277,

283, 299, 301, 315,
320, 364, 369, 380,

season, 80, 154, 279.
seasonable, 336.
seasonal, 339.
sechestu, 222.
secondary, 350.
secret, IOI.
security, 297
see, 476.
seed, 266.
seeing, 454, 476.
seek, 247.
seely, 327
seest, seeth, seen, 476.
seethe, 230.
seizure, 290.
seld, 366.
seldom, 366.
self, 396.
self-involved, 511.
sell, 248.
Semitic family, 473.

sic-like (Scottish,) 409.
siege, 8o.
sight, 112, 267.
sigbte, 248.
sibt, 112.
sign, 80.
signatary, 350.
sike, 248.
silky, 327
silly, 327.
silvern, 325
simple, 8o.
simplifying, 482.

sin, 266.
SINC, 120.

sempstress, 319, 320.
send, 253, 254.
sense, 296.
sensitive, 348.
sensual, 339.
sent, 253, 254.
sentement, 280, 282.
sentence, 8o.
Sepherus, 120.
sequence, 296.
serfdom, 272.
serpent-throated, 511.
servant, 8o.
service, 80, 292.
session, 8o.
settle (a bench), 266.
Severn, 20.
-sh, 323, 326,
shaft, 48, 128.
shake, 128, 230.
shaked, 255.
shaken, 230.
Shakspeare, 2, 106,

122, 148, 153, 183,
216, 233, 257, 288,
294, 316, 337, 348,
436, 439, 443, 521,

554
shalbe, 221.
shall, 47, 48, 128, 202,

249, 250, 492.
shaltu, 221.
shame, 48, 128.
shank, 128.
shape, shapen, 230,

237.
share, 266.
sharp, 48, 129.
shave, shaven, 231.
Shaxper = Shakspeare,

540.
she, 108, 396.
sheaf, 128, 266.
shear, 48, 231.
sheath, 48.
sheep, 44, 128, 266,

317
Shenstone, the poet

228.
shew, shewn, 231.

shield, 48, 265.
shilly-shally, 336.
shine, 231.
-shion, 279.
-ship, 268, 275
ship, 48, 62, 266.
ship-mate, 505.
ship-shape, 336.
shire, 62.
shirifdome (Camden),

272.
shod, 248.
shoe, 109, 128, 248,

266.
sbof, 238.
shone, 48, 231.
shooen, 317.
shook, 230, 235.
shoon, 316, 317.
shoons, 317.
shoot, 231.
sbope, 230.
shore, 48, 231.
shorn, 231.
short, 48, 128, 256,

322.
shorten, 256.
shot, 48, 231.
shotten, 231, 235.
should, 62, 144, 202,

249, 492.
shoulders, 48.
shove, 58, 130, 237.
shoved, 238.
shovel, 266.
shrank, 231.
shriek, 248.
shrievalty, 297.
sbright, 248.
shrink, 231.
shrive, 62.
shroud, 58.
shrubbery, 277
shrunk, 231.
shrunken, 231, 324.
shunned, 48.
Sibbes, Richard,

467.
sick, 322.
sickle, 43.

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sincerity, 297.
sinew-corded, 511.
sing, 231.
singe, 231.
sink, 231.
sire, 8o.
Sir-John, 147
sister, 267.
sisterhood, 274.
sisteryn, 317
sistren, 317
sit, 108, 231.
sith, 453
sithence, 441.
sitten (part.), 231.
sixpence, sixpences,

503
sixt-thou, 112.
skill, 36.
skipper, 268.
skirmish, 80.
slacken, 257
slain, 231.
slang (vb.), 231, 235.
Slang diction, 309,

313
slat, 231.
slaughter, 126.
slay, 231.
sleep, 237, 248.
slepestow, 222.
slept, 248.
slew, 231.
slid, 231.
slidden, 231.

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