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Force, to strengthen, iii. 512.
Forced, stuffed, iii. 309.
Fordo, to destroy, iii. 115, 116, 390.
Foreslow, to delay, to loiter, ii. 418.
Forespoke, prejudiced, forbidden, iii. 558.
Forfeits, mulcts imposed by barbers, ii. 633, 668.
Forfend, to forbid, ii. 329, 366,762, ili. 701, 704.
Forgetive, inventive, i. 608.
Forked, horned, iii. 202, 679.
Forlorn, fore-lost, ii. 289.
Form, the place where a hare sits, iii. 728.
Formal, reasonable, sober-minded, i. 142, iii. 545.
Former, fore, foremost, iii. 453.
Forth, out, i. 895, ii. 632, iii. 442.
Forthright, a straight path, iii. 294.
Fortune my Foe, i. 688.
Forty, a word expressing an indefinite number, i. 150. ii. 293,

677.

Foul, plain, homely, ii. 154.
Four, colloquialism for some, iii. 350.
Fox, a cant term for a sword, ii. 101.
Frame, order, limit, i. 725.
Frampold, cantankerous, i. 656.
Frank, a sty, i. 586, ii. 524.
Fraughting, constituting the fraught or freight, iii. 7.
Frayed, alarmed, frightened, iii. 289.
French brawl, a dance, i. 102.
Fret, a key, and also a stop-point, of a stringed musical

instrument, i. 243, iii. 367.
Friend, a lover, i. 704, iii. 431.
Frippery, a shop for second-hand apparel, iii. 40.
From the teeth, in pretence, üi. 556.
Front, beginning, iii. 775.
Frontier, the forehead, i. 515.
Frontlet, a forehead cloth worn by ladies at night, iii. 117.
Froth and lime, a cant phrase for a tapster, i. 644.
Frush, to bruise, to break, iii. 816.
Fulfilled, filled to repletion, iii. 751
Fullam, false dice, i. 646.
Funeral entertainments, iii. 398.
Fustian riddles, ii. 279.
GABERDINE, a large loose cloak, i. 438, iii. 24.
Gad, a sharp-pointed instrument, iii. 622.
Gadshill infested by robbers, i. 562.
Gain-giving, misgiving, iii. 394.
Gait, step, progress, i. 648, iii. 36, 334.
Galliard, a dance, i. 104, ii. 69.
Gallias, a huge galley, i. 247.
Gallimanfry, a medley, iii. 234.
Gallow, to affright, iii. 85.
Gallowglasses, Irish foot soldiers, ii. 395, iii. 472.
Gambling in Shakespear's time, i. 100.
Gap, a parenthesis, iii. 232.
Gape, to yell, to roar, ii. 695, iii. 338.
Gaping pigs, i. 440.
Garagantua the giant, ii. 173, 278.
Garboils, turmoils, commotions, iii. 535.
Garden of Belmont, i. 441.
Garish, gaudy, blazing, i. 188, ii. 550.
Gascoigne, Chief Justice, i. 625.
Gasted, dismayed, iii. 73.
Gaudy, festival, iii. 565.
Gaunt, fierce, coger, iü. 537.
Geck, a person derided, ii. 276, 757.
General, the generality, the multitude, ii. 607, iii. 400, 423.
Generous, noble, nobly born, ii. 628, iii. 131.
Gentle, gentle-one, an epithet of endearment, iii. 229.
Gentry, courtesy, iii. 348.
German, akin, iii. 393.
German clocks, their introduction into England, i. 102.
Germens, seeds, iii. 84, 501.
Gest, scroll containing the route of a progress, &c. iii. 198.
Gests, exploits, iii. 570.
Ghostly, spiritual, i. 176.
Gib, a cat, contraction of Gilbert, i. 012, ii. 373.
Giddy, inconstant, i. 740.
Giglot, a wanton, ii. 321.
Gillian of Brentford, i. 689.

Gillivors, gillyflowers, iii. 231.
Gimmal-bit, a bit in two parts, ii. 99.
Ging, a gang, i. 674.
Gird, a sarcasm, a taunt, i. 271.
Gis, by, by Jesus, iii. 379.
Give aim, to direct, i. 39.
Give out, to surrender, to relinquish, ii. 382.
Give the boots, to sell a bargain, i. 41.
Give the bucklers, to yield oneself vanquished, i. 744.
Give the nod, to ridicule by gesture, iii. 269.
Gleek, to flout or scorn, to jest, i. 204, 359.
Glib, to geld, iii. 209.
Glorious, ambitious, ostentatious, ii. 718.
Gloves in the cap, custom of wearing, iii. 119.
Gloze, to wheedle, i. 458, iii. 627.
God bless the mark, i. 401, iii. 648.
God buy you, God be with you, ii. 99.
God, dig you den, God, give you good even; i. 69, 197.
God, 'ild you, God reward you, ii. 168.
God save the mark, i. 516.
God warn us, ii. 159.
Gondola, description of the, i. 439.
Gongarian, i. 644.
Good cheap, a bon marché, i. 543.
Good even and twenty, a popular salutation, i. 653.
Good goose bite not, a proverbial saying, i. 180.
Good leave, i. 289.
Good life, ii. 246.
Good man, a man of substance, i. 397, iii. 128.
Good manners, book of, ii. 173.
Good wine needs no bush, ii. 174.
Gorbellied, pot-bellied, swag-bellied, i. 524.
Go to the world, a matrimonial saying, i. 707, ii. 11, 166.
Gourds, false dice, i. 646.
Gouts, drops, iii. 483.
Government, moderation, forbearance, self-control, ii. 409

iii. 752.
Gracious, loving, comely, gentle, i. 307, 417, 724, iii. 769.
Grange, a solitary farm or lone house, iii. 650.
Grave, pernicious, fatal, ili. 573.
Graves, armour for the legs, i. 603.
Greenly, immaturely unwisely, iii. 379
Green Sleeves, a tune, i. 651, 687.
Griefs, grievances, i. 551, iii. 415.
Grise, a step, ii. 257.
Gross, palpable, ii. 13.
Groundlings, iii. 361.
Growing, accruing, i. 133.
Grow to a point, come to business, i. 346.
Grudges, murmurs of discontent, iii. 599.
Grype, the gryphon, or griffin, a vulture, iii. 743.
Guard, to ornament with a border, i. 311, 404.
Guidon, a standard, ii. 99.
Gules, in heraldry, red, ii. 489, iii. 335.
Gulf, the throat, the swallow, iji. 501.
Gull, a young unfeathered bird, i. 654.
Gun-stones, black roundles, stone-shot for cannon, ii. 116.
Gust, taste, ii. 238, iii. 202.
Guts, a lack-brain, a shallow pate, iii. 402.
Gyve, a shackle, a fetter, iii. 664.
HACKET, Marian of Wincot, i. 229.
Haggard, a wild unreclaimed hawk, i. 714, iji. 679.
Halcyon, a bird, iii. 75.
Half-faces, meagre visages, i. 329.
Halidom, by my, an old oath, i. 31.
Hall, a hall! make room, i. 169.
Hallowmas Beggars, i. 42.
Hand, to bear in, to encourage, to buoy up, i. 258, 727, iii. 491.
Handfast, mainprise, at large on security, iii. 241.
Handsaw, corruption of hernshaw, or heron, iii. 354.
Hang by the walls, to be hung up as useless, ii. 768.
Hangings for theatres, ii. 332.
Hangings of walls in chambers of old castles, i. 495.
Hangman, rogue, rascal, a name given to Cupid, i. 715.
Happy, accomplished, ii. 737.
Happy man be his dole, a trite phrase, i. 234, 524, 668.
Happy the son whose father goes to the devil, a proverb
ii. 452.

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Hard, to bear, to mistrust, lo doubt, to fear, iii. 418, 420, 435.
Harlocks, wild mustard, iii. 99.
Harlotry, a term of reproach, i. 201, 589, iii. 695.
Harlots, base companions, villains, i. 144.
Harmony of the soul, i. 441.
Harness, armour, ii. 571.
Harrow, to subdue, to overcome, iii. 330.
Harry, to harass, iii. 555.
Has the mends in his own hands, must make the best of it,

iii. 265.
Hat at meals, wearing the, i. 439.
Haughty, high, ii. 302.
Haunt, company, iii. 375.
Have an eye of, to see through, iii. 353.
Having, fortune, revenue, possession, i. 662, iii. 787.
Havoc, cry, a signal for indiscriminate slaughter, i. 295, iii.

158, 437.
Häy, a dance, i. 84.
Hay, tlie, a fencing term, i. 217.
Hazard, a térm in tennis, ii. 69.
Headborough, a constable, i. 228.
Heaven to earth, an asseveration, i. 557.
Heavy night, a thick, cloudy night, iii. 699.
Hefts, heavings, iii. 208.
Hell, a vile dungeon in a prison, i. 150.
Helpless, giving no help, i. 120, iii. 728.
Hem, boys, hem! the burden of an old song, i. 627.
Hence, hencefor ward, i. 623.
Henchman, a page, i. 351.
Henry the Fifth's early life, l. 503.
Hent, to take, iii. 228.
Hent, a purpose, iii. 368.
Herb-grace, rue, iii. 382.
Hercules and his load, iii. 399.
Here be with me, mocking me with opprobrious gestures, il 202.
Hereby, as it may happen, i. 58.
Hermits, beadsmen, iii. 480.
Herne's oak, i. 690.
Hero and Leander, ii. 173.
Herod, a tyrant of the Miracle-plays, iil. 401.
Hest, command, iii. 13, 29, 36.
Hey non nonny, old ballad burden, iii. 381.
Hey Robin, jolly Robin, a song, i. 281.
Hide fox and all after, the game of hide and seek, iii. 376.
High-men, false dice, i. 646.
Hight, called, named, i. 53, 55, 376, ii. 208.
High-tides, high-days, i. 300.
Hild, held, iii. 751.
Hilding, degenerate, i. 573.
Hillo, ho, boy ! Falconers' encouragement to hawks, iii. 344.
Hiren, i. 591.
His, used for the impersonal its, i. 480, ii. 10, iii. 75, 562, 598,

651, 725.
Hit it, can you, a song or dance, i. 70, iii. 607, 663.
Ho I stop! iii. 396.
Hol ho! hol a fiendish or supernatural laugh, i. 368, 384.
Hoar, to make white with leprosy, ii. 490.
Hobby-horse, a pasteboard horse in May games, i. 102.
Hobby-horse, a by-word for an abandoned woman, i. 65, iii.

203, 689.
Hob nob, hit or miss, ii. 263.
Hold or cut bow-strings, a term in archery, i. 382.
Holla! a term of the manège, ii. 151.
Holland, price of in Shakespeare's time, i. 566.
Honesty, chastity, liberality, ii. 32, 131, 477, iii. 213, 360.
Hood, in falconry, to cover the hawk's eyes with a hood, i. 218.

ii. 91.
Hoodman, Hoodman blind, Blind man's buf, ii. 56.
Hope, to expect, iii. 540, 662.
Horologe, a clock, iii. 668.
Hot-house, a house of it fame, ii. 600.
Houses in fencing, i. 216.
Houses in heraldry, i. 217.
Housewife, a hussy or harlot, iii. 577.
However, anyway, i. 4.
Hox, to hough, to hamstring, iii. 203.
Hugger-mugger, secretly, by stealth, iii. 379.
Hull, to toss to and fro like a ship, ii. 668.

Humorous, perverse, capricious, ii. 135.
Humorous-man, the actor who personated fantastic characters,

iii. 353.
Humour of forty fancies, i. 250.
Humour of mispunctuation, i. 385.
Humphrey Hour, ii. 581.
Hundred merry Tales, i. 705, 742.
Hunt counter, to track the scent backward, i. 150, 576, iii. 380.
Hunt's-up, a term employed by hunters for morning music, a

song, i. 219.
Hurly-burly, uproar, tumult, iii. 471.
Hurtling, justling, ii. 162.
Husbandry, thrift, iii. 482.
Hyen, a hyæna, ii. 160.
Hysterica passio, the disease called the mother, iii. 78, 119.
I, the old form of ay, i. 5, iii. 782.
I cannot tell, i. 577.
Iceland, or Iland dogs, ii. 117.
Ides, the Roman name for particular days, iii. 415.
Idle, crazy, wild, mad-brained, ii. 27, 36, 488, iii. 362.
Idle, infertile, iii. 656.
Idle bed, bed of idleness, iii. 425.
l' fecks, in faith, iii. 200.
Ignomy, ignominy, i. 560.
'Ild you, yield you, reward you, ii. 168.
III, badly, iii. 739.
Ill-erected, erected for evil, i. 483.
IU-inhabited, ill-lodged, ii. 163.
Ill-sorted, ill accompanied, i. 591.
Imbared, to lay bare, ii. 67.
Immanity, cruelty, ferocity, ii. 822.
Imp, son, ii. 94.
Imp, to amend a hawk's wing, i. 462.
Impair, unsuitable, unbecoming, iii. 305.
Impartial, neutral, ii. 631.
Impeachment, hindrance, ii. 89.
Impleached, interwoven, intertwined, iii. 786.
Imperious, imperial, iii. 389.
Imperseverant, imperceptive, ii. 748.
Importance, significance, iii. 245.
Important, importunate, i. 143, 290, 704, ii. 36, 276, iii. 100.
Impose, bidding, requirement, i. 31.
Impossible, incredible, i. 705, ii. 19.
Impress, a device, a motto, i. 468.
In few, in short, in brief, i. 237, 574, iii. 9.
In blood, with the blood up, i. 71.
In by the week, a saying, i. 85.
In compt, in trust, iii. 480.
In deed, in fact, in form, iii. 345.
Imputation, reputation, iii. 275.
In print, precisely, to the letter, i. 12.
In youth when I did love, a ballad, iii. 404.
Inapposite similitudes, i. 563.
Incapable, insusceptible, unintelligent, ii. 531, iii. 385.
Incarnadine, encrimson, iii. 487.
Incensed, prompted, ii. 689.
Inch, island, iii. 473.
Inclip, to embrace, iii. 550.
Incony, delicate, fine, pretty, i. 67.
Increase, produce, iii. 774.
Indent, contract, i. 516.
Indian, dead, in exhibitions, iii. 49.
Indifferent, impartial, passable, moderate, i. 255, 466, ii. 665,

iii. 352.
Indirectly, wrongfully, i. 291.
Induction, beginning, entrance, i. 636.
Indurance, confinement, ii. 690.
Informal, deranged, ii. 632.
Ingaged, disengaged, ii. 50.
Ingenier, or Ingener, an ingenious person, an artist, iii. 669.
Ingeniously, ingenuously, ii. 475.
Inhabitable, not habitable, i. 448.
Inherit, to obtain possession, to possess, i. 26, 448.
Inhibit, to prohibit, ii. 8.
Iniquity, a Morality character, ii. 601.
Inkhorn, a bookman, a pedant, ii. 305.
Inkle, a kind of tape, iii. 232.
Inland, opposed to upland, urbanely-bred, ii. 144, 152.

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Inn, mansion, abode, i. 483.
Innocent, a natural, a fool, ii. 42, iii. 90.
Innocent, foolish, i. 736.
Inquisitive, inquisitor, i. 116.
Inset, to set, i. 575.
Instance, object, purpose, ii. 38.
Instance, indication, proof, iii. 753.
Intend, pretend, i. 258, ii. 475, 548, iii, 739.
Intenible, incapable of holding, ii. 13.
Intention, intensity, iii. 201.
Intergatories, interrogatories, i. 436, ii. 42.
Interments following close upon death, i., 218.
Interments of the body in ordinary robes, i. 219.
Intrinse, intricate, iii. 75.
Intrinsicate, intricate, iii. 584.
Invention, imagination, ii. 607.
Inwardness, confidence, intimacy, i. 727.
In years, in wrinkles, i. 92.
Irremoveable, irremoveably, iii. 237.
It, its, i. 330, ii. 500, iii. 69, 203, 214, 218, 337, 390.
It is not so, nor 't was not so, i. 741.
Italian story of The Bag of Gold, i. 440.
I wis, certainly, truly, i. 275, 413.
JACK-A-LENT, a puppet to be thrown at in Lent, i. 663.
Jack, boy ! ho, boy! the commencement of an old round

in three parts, i. 255.
Jack Guardant, Jack in office, iii. 179.
Jack, or Mistress, in bowling, ii. 722, iii. 321.
Jack shall have Jill, a proverbial saying, i. 368.
Jacks, keys of virginals, iii. 779.
Jacks and gills, drinking vessels, i. 255.
Jar, or tick, of clocks or watches, i. 490, iii. 198.
Jauncing, hard riding, i. 491.
Jay, a prostitute, ii. 735.
Jealous, suspicious, i. 209.
Jepthah and his daughter, a popular ballad, iii. 354, 399.
Jerk, a twitch, a sudden movement, i. 73.
Jesses, short thongs attached to the foot of a hawk, iii. 679.
Jest, to take part in a mask of revel, i 454.
Jet, to strut, ii. 188, 252, 733.
Jew, incony, i. 67.
Jig, a dance, i. 104, 704.
Jig, an extempore performance of the clown after a play,

iii. 355.
Jog on, jog on, a song, iii. 255.
John-a-dreams, a sleepy, muddle-headed fellow, iii. 356.
John Drurn's entertainment, ii. 56.
John of Gaunt, i. 494.
Joint-ring, a divided ring used as a lore token, iii. 696.
Joint-stool, 2, an old proverbial saying, i. 244.
Jourdain, Margery, the witch, ii. 392.
Jovial, like Jove, ii. 750, 758.
Judas and his red beard, ii. 155.
Jude and Jud-as, i. 105.
Judicious, judicial, iii. 158.
Jump, to agree, i. 412.
Jump, just, iii. 330.
Justice, a Morality character, ii. 601.
Justicer, a Justice, ii. 762, iii. 90, 91, 97.
Jutty, to project, to jut out, ii. 82.
Kam, clean, rigmarole, iii. 159.
Keech, ox or cow fat, i. 530, ii. 647.
Keel, to cool or skim, i. 99.
Keep, to guard, iii. 209, 780.
Keep, to live or reside, i. 421, iii. 428, 729.
Keep the weather, keep the windward, hold the supremacy,

iii. 312.
Kendal-green, i. 530.
Kerns, rude foot soldiery of Ireland, i. 461, ii. 395.
Key-cold, cold as iron, ii. 515, iii. 756.
Kibes, childlains, i. 645.
Kicky-wicky, term of endearment for a wife or mistress, ii. 24.
Kind, nature, natural, iii. 607, 751, 752.
Kindle, to instigate, ii. 130.
Kindless, unnatural, iii. 356.
Kindly, pertinently, oppositely, appropriately, i. 180, 228,

ii. 307.
Kindly, according to nature, iii. 71, 420, 423.

King and the Beggar,ʻa ballad, i. 101.
King's Chamber, London, ii. 578.
King's-evil, the scrofulo, iii. 507.
Knap, to break or crack, i. 414.
Knave, a servitor, iii. 648.
Knights, mode of arming, ii. 118.-
Knot-grass, a plant supposed to possess the property of stunt-

ing animal growth, i. 366.
Knots, garden figures, i. 55, 475.
LABEL, a seal, i. 200.
Labras, the lips, i. 642.
Laced mutton, a cant term for a courtezan, i. 41.
Lady-bird, a female of loose manners, i. 165.
Lady, lady, lady, the burden of an old ballad, i. 217.
Lady of my earth, fille de terre, lady of my corporal part

i. 163.
Laid on with a trowel, laid on thickly, ii. 132.
Lakin, ladykin or little lady, i. 357, ii. 32.
Land-carack, a dissolute expression, iii. 651.
Lantern, a turret full of windows, i. 210.
Lapwing, allusions to the, i. 135, 714, ii. 598, iii. 394.
Larks, to dare, ii. 678.
Lash, to fasten with a cord, i. 119.
Lass-lorn, forsaken by a mistress, iii. 36.
Latch, to catch, iii. 508, 777.
Latched, letched, licked over, i. 362.
Late, recently, ii. 540, iii. 756.
'Lated, belated, benighted, iii. 494, 560.
Latten-bilbo, a sword wanting both edge and temper, i. 642.
Lattice, red, denotement of an ale-house, i. 626, 654, ii. 23.
Laund, a lawn, ii. 422, iii. 730.
Laundry, a laundress, i. 644.
Lavolta, a dance, ii. 117.
Lead apes in hell, employment of a bear-ward i. 242.
Leaguer, a camp, ii. 34.
Learn, to teach, iji. 610.
Leasing, lying, ii. 241.
Leather-coats, a kind of apple, i. 621.
Leave, licence, iii. 727.
Leave, to cease, to part with, i. 17,33. 434.
Leer, countenance, favour, ii. 159, iii. 623.
Leese, old form of lose, iii. 761.
Leet, the court-leet, i. 230.
Leg, to make a, to make obeisance, ii. 470, 520.
Leman, paramour, mistress, sweetheart, i. 675, ii. 246.
Lenten, meagre, iii. 353.
L'envoy, a postscript or epilogue in old writings, i. 65.
Let, to forbear, iii. 737.
Let, stop, bar, hindrance, i. 21, iii. 198, 342, 741.
Let the world slide, a proverbial saying, i. 227.
Letter, syllable, ii. 751.
Level, range in gunnery, iii. 211, 218, 778.
Lewd, wicked, base, malicious, i. 449, 735, ii. 355.
Libbard, leopard, i. 93.
Liberal, licentious, i. 404, 724, 1ii. 663.
Lick his fingers, an old saw, i. 201.
Lie, to reside, i. 53.
Liefest, dearest, ii. 363.
Lieger, a resident ambassador, ii. 611, 718.
Lie in the throat, its signification, i. 626, ii. 262, iii. 356.
Lieu, guerdon, iii. 9.
Lift, lifted, ii. 287.
Lifter, a thief, iii. 268.
Lightly, commonly, usually, il. 540.
Light o' love, ballad of, i. 42, 745.
Likes, pleases, i. 30.
Liking, condition of body, i. 542, 651.
Lily's Accidence, i. 688.
Limbeck, an alembic, a vessel used in distilling, iii. 481.
Limbo, a prison, ii. 696, iii. 616.
Limbs of Limehouse, the long-shore rabble, ii. 695.
Lime, bird-lime, iii. 40.
Limited, appointed, iii. 486.
Lincolnshire bagpipes, i. 562.
Line, to strengthen, i. 527.
Line, lineage, ii. 80.
Line of life, a term in palmistry, i. 438.
Linstock, a match used by gunners, ii. 81.

Lip, to kiss, iii. 687.
Lipsbury Pinfold, iii. 74.
Lists, enclosures, i. 495.
Lither, lazy, idle, ii. 320.
Little, miniature, ii. 149, iii. 354.
Lively, living, iii. 615.
Liver, the seat of love, i. 652, 726.
Livery, to sue, i. 497.
Living, riches, possessions, resources, i. 436.
Lob, clown, fool, i. 349.
Lockram, coarse linen, iii. 145.
Locks, love-locks, the fashion of wearing, i. 743.
Locusts, insects, or the fruit of the locust tree, iii. 710.
Lode-star, leading or guiding star, i. 381.
Lodge in a warren, i. 742.
Lodged, layed, i. 473.
Loggats, a game like skittles, iü. 387.
London, the King's Chamber, ii. 578.
'Long of, because of, i. 61, 366, ii. 317, 438, 762, iii. 182.
Loofed, a sca-term, signifying to bring a ship nearer the

wind, iii. 560.
Loose, to discharge, iii. 70.
Loose bodied gown, dress supposed to be indicative of a loose

woman, i. 264.
Lop, faggot wood of a tree, ii. 652.
Lordship, dominion, i. 342.
Love in idleness, a flower, i. 234.
Lover, a friend, iii. 431, 438, 765.
Loves, of all, for love's sake, i. 356, 656, iii. 673.
Low-crouched, low-crooked, iii. 434.
Low-men, false dice, i. 646.
Lower messes, inferior persons, iii. 203.
Lozel, a worthless fellow, iii. 213.
Luce, a pike, i. 639.
Lullaby, a burden of songs and ballads, iii. 639.
Lunes, lunacy, mad freaks, i. 673, iii. 211, 284.
Lupercalia, feast of, iii. 459.
Lurch, to gain an easy victory at cards, iii. 148.
Lush, succulent, iii. 19.
Lustique, lusty, ii. 20.
Luxury, concupiscence, ii. 635.
Lym, a bloodhound, iii. 92.
MACULATE, stained, spotted, i. 57.
Made up, finished, accomplished, ii. 498.
Magic verses to cause death, ii. 332.
Magot-pies, magpies, iii. 498.
Mahomet's dove, ii. 333.
Mahu, a fiend, iii. 89, 96, 120.
Mailed up, wrapped up, ii, 359.
Main, main land, iii. 83.
Main of light, flood of light, iii. 769.
Make, a mute, iii. 761.
Make a leg, to make obeisance, ii. 470, 520.
Make all split, a navtical expression, i. 346.
Make a shaft or a bolt, here goes, hit or miss, i. 667.
Make, Make the door, to do, to bar the door, i. 128, 653,

ii. 128, 160, iii. 336.
Makeless, mateless, iii. 761.
Malkin, a homely wench, ii. 213, iii. 145.
Mall, Mistress, her picture, ii. 240, 277.
Mallecho, malefaction, iii. 363.
Malt-worms, drunkards, i. 521, 593.
Mammering, hesitating, iii. 676.
Mammet, a puppet, a doll, i. 198.
Mammock, to rend, to tear, iii. 134.
Man in the moon, legend of the, i. 886.
Manage, to govern, i. 286, 474.
Mandragora, a powerful opiate, iii. 537, 680, 711.
Mandrake, fabulously endowed with life, i. 220, ii. 370.
Mankind-woman, a termagant, o virago, iii. 167, 213.
Manner, mainour, a thing stolen, i. 54.
Manner, with the, in the fact, i. 54.
Manningtree ox roasted, i. 534.
Manqueller, manslayer, i. 582.
Many-many, numberless, iii. 368.
Map, a picture, iii. 618.
Marches, borders, boundaries, ii. 68, 413.
Marchpane, a confection, i. 169.

Margent, margin, i. 101.
Marian, Maid, Robin Hood's mistress, 1. 544.
Marigold, the sunflower, iii. 231.
Masks for ladies' faces when riding, i. 44.
Masques and triumphs, i. 44.
Match, to set a, to plan a robbery, i. 513.
Mate, to confound, to bewilder, to destroy, i. 129, ii. 364.
Material, full of matter, ii. 154.
Maugre, in spite of, notwithstanding, ii. 257, iii. 112, 623.
Maund, a basket, iii. 784.
Meacock, a chicken-hearted fellow, i. 246.
Mealed, mingled, ii. 622.
Mean, a term in music, i. 7.
Measure, a dance, i. 103, 704, iii. 733.
Medecin, a physician, iii. 511.
Meeds, deserts, merits, ii. 411, 440, 466, iii. 393
Mef, to mix, to meddle, ii. 42.
Meiny, retinue, iii. 77.
Melancholy of Moor-ditch, i. 562.
Memory, memorial, ii. 139, iii. 170.
Men of hair, satyrs, iii. 256.
Mends in his own hands, must make the best of it, iii. 265.
Mephostophilus, a cant word for a gaunt-faced fellow, i. 641.
Mercatanté, a merchant, i. 260.
Mere, quite, ii. 32.
Mere, sole, absolute, certain, ii. 631, 678, iii. 666.
Mered, entire, sole, iii. 563.
Merely, entirely, absolutely, i. 712, ii. 40, 153, iii. 415.
Merit, guerdon, reward, i. 454.
Mermaid, a siren, iii. 726.
Merry-greek, a wag or humourist, iii. 268.
Metaphysical, supernatural, iii. 478.
Mete-yard, a measuring yard, i. 264.
Methoughts, methought, iii. 201.
Mewed, a term of falconry, i. 194.
Micher, a vagabond, i. 533.
Miching, skulking, iii. 363.
Milch, moist, iii. 355.
Mile-end, the musters at, i. 628.
Mill-sixpences, i. 642.
Mince, to walk affectedly, to affect coyness, i. 680, iii. 103.
Mineral, a metallic vein in a mine, iii. 375.
Minikin, a darling, iii. 90.
Minute-jack, a little figure that struck the quarters of the

clock, ii. 485.
Mirable, admirable, iii. 305.
Miscreate, spurious, ii. 66.
Miser, miserable caitif, ii. 327.
Misprised, mistaken, i. 363.
Misprising, undervaluing, despising, i. 714, ii. 29.
Misprision, mistake, misunderstanding, i. 363, 515, 725.
Mispunctuation, humour of, i. 385.
'Miss, amiss, iii. 722.
Miss, to dispense with, iii. 13.
Missives, messages, iii. 477.
Mistaken, misapprehended, ii. 649.
Mistful, ready to weep, i. 103.
Mistress, a bowl used in bowling, iii. 321.
Mistress Mall's picture, ii. 277.
Mobled, muffled, iii. 355.
Mock, to scoj, to gibe, iii. 678.
Model, a mould, i. 471.
Modern, ordinary, common, i. 190, 306, iii. 507, 582, 772.
Modo, a fiend, iii. 89, 96, 120.
Module, model, i. 327, ii. 41.
Moe, to make mouths, iii. 22.
Moiety, a portion, also the half, i. 537, iii. 735.
Moist star, the moon, iii. 332.
Mold-warp, the mole, i. 538.
Mome, a blockhead, a dolt, i. 127.
Moment, import, iii. 360.
Monarcho, a crasy Italian so called, i. 103.
Money-lenders' brown paper, ii. 638.
Monopoly privileges, iii. 117.
Monstrous, unnatural, ominously prophetic, iii. 420.
Montanto, a term of fence, i. 696.
Month's mind, i. 42.
Moon-call, a false conception, iii. 25.

Moonish, variable, inconstant, ii. 153.
Moralize, to interpret, iii. 739.
More, greater, further, i. 309, ii. 76, iii. 741.
More and less, great and small, i. 575, iii. 774.
More sacks to the mill, a game, i. 77.
Morris, Morisco dance, ii. 65, 393.
Morris-pike, Moorish pike, i. 150.
Mortal, deadly, iii, 728.
Mort o' the deer, a strain on the horn, iii. 199.
Mortified, ascetic, iii. 510.
Most an end, constantly, perpetually, i. 33.
Mot, motto or word, iii. 746.
Motion, puppet-show or puppet, i. 11, iii. 255.
Motion, the impulse of desire, iii. 370.
Motley, a fool, iii. 376.
Mought, might, ii. 444.
Mouse, a term of endearment, i. 84, ii. 241.
Mouse-hunt, an animal of the weasel tribe, i. 202.
Mousing, gorging, devouring, i. 295.
Mowes, mouths, ludicrous antics, iii. 36, 354.
Much, an expression of contempt, i. 590, ii. 161, 468.
Muffler, a covering to conceal a portion of the face, i. 688.
Mule, Bajazet's, ii. 38.
Muleters, muleteers, iii. 558.
Mum-budget, a pass-word, i. 685.
Murdered persons bleeding on the approach of the murderer,

ii. 576.
Murdering-piece, a piece of artillery with several barrels,

iii. 380.
Muscadel, a wine used in church at marriage ceremonies,

i. 276.
Musit, or Muset, a gap in a hedge, iii. 728.
Muss, a scramble, iii. 564.
Mutines, mutineers, i. 330.
Mutton, laced, a cant term for a courtezan, i. 41.
My cake is dough, a proverbial saying, i. 234, 270.
My heart is full of woe, a tune, i. 204.
NAPKINS, handkerchiefs, iii. 440, 784.
Naught a while, be, a mischief on you! ii. 128.
Naughty, wicked, base, i. 421, iii. 93.
Nay-word, a watch-word, i. 680, ii. 248.
Neapolitan bone-ache, iii. 283, 308.
Near, in close confidence, i. 705.
Near be, ne'er the near, a proverbial phrase, i. 484.
Neat slave, a base cow-herd, iii. 74.
Neeld, needle, ii. 208, iii. 741.
Neglection, neglect, ii. 206, 318, iii. 272.
Neif, fist, i. 370, 591.
Nether-stocks, short stockings, i. 529, iii. 77.
Next way, the nearest way, i. 540, ii. 12, iii. 223.
Nice, trivial, efeminate, dainty, i. 187, 209, 400, 574.
Nicely, scrupulously, ii. 209.
Nicholas' clerks, St., cut-purses, i. 521.
Nick, to mark like a fool, i. 143.
Nick, out of all, beyond all reckoning, i. 30.
Nicked, emasculated, iii. 563.
Night-rule, a night revel, i. 361.
Nill, will not, il. 201.
Nine men's morris, a rustic sport, i. 383.
Nine Worthies, pageant of, i. 104.
Noble, a coin, i. 632.
Nobody, the picture of, iii. 32, 49.
Noddy, a game at cards, also a noodle, a simpleton, i. 5.
No had, an archaic expression, i. 315.
Noise, a band of musicians, i. 588.
Nonce, for the occasion, i. 514.
Nook-shotten, spawned in a corner,

ii. 87.
No poynt, non point, i. 62, 89.
Nott-pated, round-headed, i. 528.
Novum, a game played with dice, i. 93.
Nurture, breeding, ii. 144.
Nut-hook, a beadle or catchpoll, i. 622, 642.
O, orb, circlet or round, iii. 581.
Oaken garlands, iii. 187.
Oath of Adelity by attendants of the nobility, ii. 767.
Oaths taken on the sword, i. 497, iii. 345.
Ob, obolum, a halfpenny, i. 535.
Oberon, of fairy legends, i. 383.

Obidicut, a fiend, iii. 96.
Objected, proposed, projected, ii. 299.
Obsequious, punereal, ii. 419, 515, iii. 334.
Obsequious, obedient, submissive iii. 648.
Observation, rites or observances, i. 371.
Observed, respectfully treated, i. 609, 612.
Obstacle, corruption of obstinate, ií. 327.
Occupation, handicraft, iii. 418.
Oddly, unequally, iii. 275.
Odds, quarrel, iii. 669.
Od's pittikins, God me pity, ii. 750.
Eliads, ogles, i. 646, iii. 100.
O'erparted, not equal to a part or character, i. 93.
O'erraught, over-reached, over-took, i. 118, iii. 357.
O'erstrawed, o'erstrewed, iii. 733.
Oes, circular bosses of shining metal, i. 364.
Oes, small-pox marks, i. 85.
Of, for, iii. 219, 542.
Of all loves, for love's sake, i. 356, 656, iii. 673.
Offices, the apartments in great establishments where refresh-

ments were prepared or distributed, iii. 666.
Old, old utis, rare, rare fun, i. 589, 647, 736.
On, of, iii. 415, 772.
On, pronounced own, i. 10.
Once, for the nonce, sometimes, i. 128, 149, 668,700, iii.149,580.
One good woman in ten, ii. 54.
Oneyers, owners, i. 521, 564.
Oosel-cock, the blackbird, i. 359.
Opinion, reputation, i. 558.
Opposite, adversary, i. 603, ii, 258.
Or e'er, before, sooner than, i. 318, ii. 732, iii. 7, 43.
Or, ore, gold, iii. 375, 788.
Orbs, field fairy-rings, i. 348.
Order, to take, to adapt measures, i. 238, iii. 436.
Orgulous, proud, haught, iii. 263.
Orient, pellucid, lustrous, iii. 637.
Orthography, orthographer, i. 709.
Orts, scraps, ii. 494, iii. 445.
Ospray, a large hawk, the sea-eagle, iii. 175.
Ostent, appearance, parade, i. 404.
Otherwhere, otherplace, i. 120, iii. 62.
Ounce, the lynx, i. 354.
Ouphes, elves, goblins, i. 677.
Out, past, iii. 8.
Out of all cess, out of all measure, i. 520.
Out of all nick, beyond all reckoning, i. 30.
Out of thy star, iii. 350.
Outvied, defeated, i. 246.
Overflown, Rooded, drowned, i. 370.
Overlook, to overbear, to overcome, to bewitch, i, 325, 410, 683.
Overscutched, i, 601.
Oversee, to execute, or superintend the execution of a will,

iii. 750.
Overwrested, overwound, iii. 273.
Owches, bosses of gold set in diamonds, i. 589.
Owe, to own, to possess, i. 127, 330, 355, 479, ii. 27, 598, iii. 763.
Owen Glendower, i. 565.
Owl, the, a baker's daughter, iii. 403.
Pack, to scheme, to complot, iii. 624.
Packed, confederate, i. 734.
Packing, plotting, chicaning, i. 270, ii. 738, iii. 84.
Paddock, a toad, iii. 373, 472.
Pageant of the Nine Worthies, i. 104.
Pageants and masques, i. 44, 104.
Paid, punished, i. 530, ii. 748.
Painted-cloth, hangings for rooms, i. 93, 626, ii. 151, iii. 740.
Pajock, peacock, iii. 366.
Palabras, few words, i. 721.
Pale, to impale, ii. 409.
Palled, decayed, waned, iii. 550.
Palliament, a robe, iii. 601.
Pansies for thoughts, iii. 403.
Pantaloon, the Italian, i. 249, 275.

parcel-gilt, part, parti-gilt, i. 582, 64 2.
Paris Garden for bear-baiting, ii. 703.
Parish-top for the public amusement, ii. 238, 277.
Paritor, an apparitor, i. 67.
Parle, specch, i. 5, 294, ii. 85.

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