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not one, 512.
notable, 403.
note, 75.

nothing, 234,479,503.
nothing but, 522.
no thynge, 503.
notice, 345, 347.
noticeable, 403.
notify, 75.
notoriously, 442.
not proven, 276.
not to have to do, 593.
notwithstanding, 518,

551-

nought, 479,504,514.
nourish, 74.
nourishing, 75.
novelist, 366.
novelty, 349.
now, 187, 235.
now a dayos, 573.
now-a-days, 573.
now therefore, 551.
now whereas, 551.
noxious, 409.
nugatory, 415.
nullify, 308.
number, 32, 137, 260.
nun, 119.
nunnery, 331.
nuptial, 418.
nuptials, 360.
nurse, 75.

nurseling, 318, 377.
nursery, 331.
nurture, 344.
nut, 119.
nut-shell, 601.
nymph, 364.

O! the interjection,

196.
o', oil,
o, the vowel, 100, 103,

106, 120, 121.
oa (digraph), 191.
oak, 20, in, 315.
oak-apple, 601.
oar, 111.

oasis, oases, 369, 382.
oaten, 391.
oath, 12, in, 315.
oats, 41, 168, 169.
ob-, 606 c.
obedient, 416.
obeisance, 355.

obrisfj, 74.

obey, 32, 74, 75.

object, 606 c.

obleege, 175.

oblidge, 151.

obligatory, 415.

oblige, 173.

obloquy, 606 c.

obscurity, 349.

observatory, 415.

obstacle, 75, 606 c.

obstinate, 75, 417.

obstreperous, 409.

obtaining, 580 c.

obverse, 606 c.

occupation, 358.

ocean, 364.

-ock, 317, 377.

o'clock, 449.

Odin, 169.

odium, 363.

OE (diphthong), 177.

oecumenical, 406.

of-, 606 a.

of, 425, 446, 466,
468, 523, 524, 529,
564, 589, 606 b,
611.

of a child, 445.

of a morning, 446.

of a truth, 446.

of an evening, 446.

of course, 517.

of him, 468.

of it, 516.

of itself, 591.

of me, 466, 481, 574.

of my own, 591.

of necessity, 446.

of old, 446.

of theirs, 591.

of to, 591.

of us, 466.

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out, 119, 533.
out-, 606 a.
outdo, 606 a.
out-going, 32, 606 a,
outlandish, 393.
outlaw, 606 a.
out of, 529.
out of harm's way, 572.
out of which to, 591.
out-put, 606 a.
outrage, 606 a.
outrageous, 409.
outrun, 606 a.
outset, 606 a.
outshine, 606 a.
outstrip, 606 a.
outward, 400, 606 a.
outwards, 515.
outwork, 606 a.
over, 226, 524.
over-, 606 a.
overbearing, 606 a.
overcoat, 606 a.
overcome, 606 a.
overdrive, 606 a.
overflow, 606 a.
overlook, 606 a.
overmuch, 606 a.
overthwart, 606 a.
overture, 344.
overturn, 606 a.
overwork, 606 a,
owe, owed, ought, 236,

288, 289.
owl, 61, 119.
own, 495.
ownership, 327.
ox, 41, 315.
oxen, 379.
oyer and terminer, 330.

P, the letter, 136.
pabulum, 363.
pace, 75.
paddock, 20.

PaKe, 329-
pain, 75.
paint, 75.
pair, 75, 90, 260.

palace, 41.
pale, 75, 400.
palette, 334.
palisade, 352.
pall, 103.
palliative, 412.
palmistry, 331, 366.
pamper, 75.
pamphleteer, 340.
pan, 103, HI.
pane, 103.
pantheist, 366.
papacy, 350.
para-, 606 d.
parade, 352.
paradox, 606 d.
paralysis, 369.
paraphrase, 606 d.
parasite, 606 d.
parasol, 606 d.
pardon, 32.
pare, 90.
parental, 418.
parenthesis, 369.
park, 20, 112.

parlemmt, 75, 333.

operose, 412.
opiate, 361.
opinion, 75.
oppose, 606 c.
oppress, 75.
oppression, 75.
optic, 420.
optics, 368.
opulence, 32, 356.
opulent, 417.
or, 520, 532.
-or. 329. 337.338.339.

359-
orange, 353.
orator, 363.
oratorio, 353.
orb, 363.
orbicular, 418,
orchestra, 353.
ordain, 75.
order, 32, 75, 260.
ordinance, 75.
or ere, 541.
or ever, 541.
organ, 75.
organizing, 580 c.
original, 75.
orison, 75, 332.
ornament, 75, 333.
-ose, 411.
-osity, 329, 357, 358,

372-
Ossian, 419.
ostler, 75.
ostracism, 365.
other, 460.
othergates, 515.
otiose, 412.
ou (diphthong), 176,

191.
ought, 187, 289, 290,

300, 479, 514.
our (pronoun), 481.
-our, 187, 329, 331,

337, 359-
ourn, 484.
ours, 484, 485, 575.
ourselves, 469.
-ous, 401, 409.
Ouse, 19.

parliamentarian, 419.
parliamentary, 414.
parochial, 75.
parochialize, 310.
parson, 169.
part, 75, 234.
partial, 418.
partialize (Sh.), 310.
partisan, 620.
party, 75, 234.
pass, 75.
passage, 335.
passenger, 336.
passion, 75, 332.
passionate, 417.
passive, 412.
pass through, 560.
pastor, 363.
pasture, 344.
patched up, 501.
paten, 343.
patent, 75, 416.
patentee, 341.
path, 113, 136,315.

PATHAS, 110.

path-field, 566, 599.
pathos, 369.
paths, no.
patience, 75, 227.
patient, 75, 416.
patristic, 420.
patron, 75.
patronize, 310.
paunch, 175.
pavement, 333.
pavilion, 342.
payee, 341.
payment, 333.
pays pease, 184.
pea, 181, 381.
peace, 56, 75, 179,

329-
peaceable, 403.
peaceableness, 320.
peal, 371.
pear, 90, 181.
pease, 186, 381.
pease-cod, 20.
poason, peasen, 381,
peat-bogs, 598.
pedantic, 406.
pedleress, 384.
peep, 104.
peeress, 384.
peevish, 393.
pen (verb), 301.
penance, 75, 82.
pension, 332.
pensive, 412.
pent, 301.
pent-house, 345.
pentice, 345.
people, 75, 177, 329,
,477-

pfpk, 177.

per-, 606 c.
peradventure, 75. 534*
perceave, 184.
perceive, 184, 606 c.
perfect, 75.
perhaps, 534.
peri-, 606 d.
perigee, 606 d.
perihelion, 606 d.

peril, 329.
period, 364.
periphery, 606 d.
periphrasis. 606 d.
periphrast, 367.
perish, 74.
Perizzite, 363.
permanent, 606 c.
perpendicular, 418.
perpetually, 75*
perquisite, 606 c.
perseverance, 75-
persevere, 75-
Persian, 419.
person, 75, 169, 234,

477-

personable, 404.
personage, 335.
personal, 418.
personality, 349.
personalty, 56, 349.
persons of strong opi-
nions, 425.
persuasible, 404.
persuasive, 404.
perusal, 360.
pervade, 560.
perverse, 75-
pestilence, 75-
petitionary, 414.
petulant, 405.
ph, 191.
Pharisee, 341.
pharmacy, 364.
phenomena, 382.
phenomenon, 369.
Philistine, 413.
philosopher, 75.
philosophize, 310.
philosophy, 75, 329.
physic, 406.
physician, 75*
piano, 353.
Picardy, 329.
picture, 344.
picturesque, 407.
piecemeal, 437.
P'g. 328, 382.
pigeon, 342.

Piggery. 331-

pight, 288.
pioneer, 340.
pious, 409.
pipe, 105.
pipkin, 317, 377.
pippin = pipping, 31S
pitch, 288.
piteous, 75.
pith, 315.
pittance, 75.

pity. 32. 75. lS;

349-
place, 32, 75, 329.
plain, 75.
plaintive, 412.
planet, 75.
plank of elm, 42;.
plant, 363.
plashy, 395.
plat, 267.
platie, 377.
play, 136.
plea, 181.
plead, 276.
pleasance, 75.
pleasant, 75, 40;.
plaise, 181.
please, 75, 179, 18}
pleasure, 181, 18;.
pled = pleaded, 276
plenteous, 75.
plenty, 75.
pleonasm, 367.
pleonastic, 420.
plet, 267, 271.
plight, 78.
plough, 41, 153.
plow-bote, 82.
plumage, 335.
plush-breeches, 612.
Plutarchize, 310.
pocket, 334
pocple, 177.
pbesie, 331.
poeterie, 331.
poetic, 420.
poetick, 161.
poetics, 368.
poetry, 331.
poignant, 75.

point, 75.

point of honour, 612.

point of view, 612.

pointsman, 607.

poison, 332.

poisonous, 409.

polar, 418.

polemics, 368.

policy, 329.

Polish, 393.

polite, 157.

politick, 139, 161.

politics, 368.

pollard, 342.

poly-, 606 d.

polygamy, 606 d.

polyglot, 606 d.

polygon, 606 d.

Polynesian, 419.

polysyllabic, 606 d.

polytechnic, 420,606 d.

polytheism, 365,606 d.

polytheist, 366.

pommel, 329.

pomp, 75.

pomposity, 357.

pooh I 202.

pooh-pooh, 221.
poonhh, 171.
poor, 75, 400.
pope, 75.
poplar, 338.
poppy-head, 612.
popular, 418.
populosity, 357.
pork, 41.
porringer, 336.
PORT, 18, 75.
port (Ch.), 75.
Portuguese, 408.
position, 413.
positive, 32, 412.
Posset = Portishead,

633-

possibility, 75.
possible, 75.
nost, 187.

}OSt-, 606 C

posterity, 349.
jost-obit, 60S.

post-office, 612.
postpone, 606 c.
postscript, 606 c.
postulate, 309.
posture, 344.
potato disease, 565.
potent, 416.
potentate, 361.
pottinger, 336.
pouch, 75.
poultry, 331.
pound, 75, 119, 187.
poundage, 335.
pour (French), 187.
pourtraiture, 75, 344.
pourtray, 75.
poverty-stricken, 272.
power, 329.
powder, 75.
pr (V root), 639.
practicable, 403.
practical, 418.
practice, 162, 346.
practise, 162.
practiser, 75.
practize (Sp.), 346.
prae-, 606 c.
pragmatic, 420.
praise, 75.
pray. 75-
Prayer, 75. 339-
pre-, 606 c.
preach, 75.
preachers, 384.
precede, 606 c.
precedent, 416.
predestinate, 606 c.
predicting (inf.), 580 c,
preface, 75.
prefect, 75.
prefer, 606 c.
preferable, 403.
preference, 356.
prejudice, 345, 606 c.
prelatmg (inf.), 580 g.
premature, 606 c.
preparatory, 415.
prerogative, 412.
Pre^byteriauism, 365.
presence, 75.

present, presented, 75.

260, 303.
pressure, 344.
prest = ready, 75.

ptest anto bourt, 77.

pretence, 356.
pretty, 423, 431.
prevalent, 417.
preventive, 218.
pride, 75, 329, 639.
prigdoni, 323.
primacy, 350.
primogeniture, 344.
prince, 41, 75.
princess, 75, 384.
principal, 75-
prison, 75.
privacy, 350.
privateer, 340.
privily, 75.
privity, 75.
privy, 75-
prize, 75.
prize ox, 601.
pro- (Latin), 606 c.
pro- (Greeks, 606 d.
probate, 361.
problem, 368.
procedure, 344.
proceed, 75.
process, 75.
procrastination, 358.
proctorship, 327.
procurable, 403.
prodigal, 418.

ptorarti, 177.

profession, 32.
proffer, 75.
profit, 75.
profitable, 403.
programme, 606 d.
progression, 75.
prolegomena, 606 d.
prologue, 606 d.
promenade, 352.
prominent, 416.
promise, 75.
promontory, 606 c.
pronounce, 606 c.
propagandism, 365.

pursuit, 56.
pursuivant, 56, 606 b.
purtenance, 606 b.
purvey, 75, 606 b.
push, 118.
puss, 118.
put, 118.

PYR1GE, l8.

pyrotechnic, 420.

Q, the letter, 139,

142.
qu, the sound, 142,

151.
quadrant, 405.
quadripartition, 358.
quaint, 75, 423.
quake, 142.
qualify, 308.
quality, 349, 425.
qualm, 142, 316.
quantity, 75.
quarrel, 142,
quarrelsome, 399.
quarry, 142.
quart, 56, 75, 142.
quarter, 142.

quattmte, 142.

quay, 186.
queen, 142.
queer, 104.

qucintise, 345.

prophecy, prophesy,

162, 260.
prophesy, 606 d,
prophetess, 385.
propitiatory, 415.
proportion, 606 c,
proposal, 360.
prose, 216.
prospectus, 363.
prosperity, 75.
protest, 606 c.
Protestantism, 365,
protoplasm, 367.
protoplast, 367.
proud, 400, 639.
prove, 75, 176.
proven, 276.
prowess, 348.
prudent, 75,
Prussia, 329.
psaltery, 364.
pseudo-, 606 d.
pseudo-erudition, 606 d.
pseudo-martyr, 606 d.
pseudo - philosophy,

606 d.
psha! 202.
Ptolemaic, 405.
pub, 372.
pubescence, 356.
public, 406.
publicist, 366.
publish, 75.
pull, 118.
pullet, 41.
pumpkin, 377.
punish, 74, 118, 171.
punster, 385.

puple, 177.

pur-, 606 b.
purchase, 75, 606 b.
pure, 75.
pure-eyed, 607.
purge, 75.
Puritan, 419.
purlieu, 606 b.
purloin, 606 b.
purport, 606 b.
purpose. 75.
pursue, 606 b. m

quell, 142.
quern-stone, 601.
question, 75, 234, 260,

3°3-
questionable, 403.
questioned, 303.
quha, 151.
quhat, 151.
quhen, 151.
quhilk, 151.
quho, 151.
quick, 142, 305, 388,

431-
quicken, 305.
quire, 105, 142.
quit, 75, 142, 187,

400.

Quixotic, 405.
quoth, 267.

R, the letter, 135.

-r, 315. 3l6' 388, 392-
racehorse, 566, 599.
radical, 418.
radish, 20, 112.
radius, 363.
R«can, 147,
rafter, 112.
rail-road, 612.
rain, 316.
rain-bow, 612.
raise, 183.
rake, III, 315.
ram, III, 315.
Ramistry, 366.
rampant, 405.
rampart, 417.
ran, 125, 267.
rancour, 75-
rang, 267.
range, 260, 329.
rank, 32, 329, 425.
ransack, 59.
ransom, 75, 332.
Ransom = Rampisham,

633-
rapidity, 349.
rapine, 343.
rapture, 344.
rascaldom, 323.
rascally, 398.
rat, 103.
rate, 103.
rathe, 388, 502.
rather, 502.
rathe-pipe, 604.
ratify, 308.
rational, 426.
raught, 165, 288.
raven, 54, 316.
raveners, 54.
ravenous, 54.
razor, 339.
-rd (verbs), 301.
re-, 606 c.
Rea, 183.

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