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Parling, speaking, iii. 738.
Parlous, perilous, i. 357.
Partake, to impart, to participate, ii. 185, iii. 251.
Partake, to take the part of, iii. 783.
Partaker, a partner, a factionary, ii. 301.
Parted, endowed, imparted, iii. 293.
Partially. by partiality, iii. 669.
Partisan, a weapon, half-pike and half-halberd, iii. 549.
Partlet, Dame, a name for the hen, i. 543, iii. 213.
Pash, head or brow, iii. 200.
Pass, to surpass belief or expression, i. 644, 674, ii. 444, iii. 234.
Passado, a term in fencing, i. 217.
Passage, passengers, iii. 699.
Passionate, perturbed, agitated, i. 298.
Passionate Shepherd, i. 687.
Passioning, displaying emotion, i. 85, iii. 732.
Pass not, regard not, ii. 377.
Pass on, pass upon, to sentence, ii. 600, iii. 93.
Passy-measure's pavin, a dance, ii. 274.
Pastry, the room where paste was made, i. 202.
Patch, fool or jester, i. 127, 372, 407, iii. 30, 511.
Patchery, roguery, villany, iii. 283.
Patience perforce, an adage, i. 170, ii. 615.
Patient, to make patient, iii. 599.
Patine, the cover of the chalice anciently used to hold par-

ticles of the host; a plate, a round, bright object, i. 433.
Pauca, pauca verba, paucus pallabris, few words, i. 75, 227,

641, ii. 74.
Paul's walk, i. 575.
Pavin, a dance, ii. 274.
Pax, a small metal plate which was kissed at mass, ii. 118.
Pay, to beat, to punish, i. 678, ii. 748, 758.
Peak, to mope, to pule, iii. 356.
Peat, a pet, i. 233.
Pedant, a schoolmaster, i. 248, 249, 260.
Pedascule, a pedant, i. 249.
Peeled, shaven, ii. 292.
Peevish, childish, simple, headstrong, ii. 327, 719, iii. 453, 669.
Peg-a-Ramsey, a tune, ii. 278.
Peise, to weigh down, ii. 569.
Peised, balanced, weighted, i. 298, 417.
Pelleted, formed into pellets, or little balls, iii. 565, 784.
Pelting, paltry, despicable, i. 351, 459, iii. 77.
Pen-and-inkhorn, carried by professional persons, ii. 395.
Penitent, doing penance, i. 117.
Penny, metaphor for money, or means generally, i. 102.
Pensioners, a band of gentlemen in immediate attendance on

the sovereign, i. 348, 656.
Perch, a common measure, ii. 201.
Perdurable, enduring, ii. 103, iii. 659.
Perdy, corruption of par dieu, i. 138.
Perfect, confident, well-assured, iii. 220.
Periapts, amulets, ii. 324.
Periwigs, worn by ladies, i. 44.
Perjure, a perjurer, i. 75.
Perplexed, distracted, frenzied, ii. 735, iii. 707, 745.
Person, old form of parson, i. 73.
Perspectives, to be viewed obliquely, i. 498, ii. 274.
Pert, quick, lively, subtle, i. 380.
Peruse, to examine, i. 116, iii. 385.
Pervert, to avert, ii. 729.
Pestered, impeded, encumbered, i. 515, iii. 309, 511.
Pew-fellow, companion, sharer, ii. 559.
Pheere, companion, husband or wife, ill. 621.
Pheeze, to tickle, i. 227, iii. 285.
Philip, a name for the sparrow, i. 289.
Phill-horse, the shaft-horse, i. 402.
Phisnomy, physiognomy, ii. 45.
Physical, medicinal, iii, 426.
Pick, to pitch, ii. 696, iii. 131.
Picked, scrupulously nice, i. 82, iii. 388.
Pick-thanks, parasites, i. 540.
Pickt-hatch, the manor of, i. 654.
Picture of Nobody, iii. 32, 49.
Picture of we three, ii. 278.
Pied, party-coloured, i. 98, iii. 774.
Pied ninny, a jester, a fool, iii. 30.
Pight, fixed, iii. 73, 318.

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Pigrogromitus and the Napians, ii. 278.
Pilcher, pilch, an outer garment of leather, i. 186.
Pilled, robbed, pillaged, i. 462, ii. 522.
Pin, to cleave the, to split the wooden pin in a target, i. 39, 71.
Pin and web, the cataract in the eye, iii. 89, 203.
Pinched, restrained, nipped, iii. 208.
Pinfold, a pound, i. 5, iii. 74.
Pink eyne, small eyes, iii. 551.
Pioners, or pioneers, degraded soldiers, iii. 681.
Pip, a spot on a card, i. 237.
Pitch, or pith, eminence, iii. 360.
Pitch and pay, pay on delivery, ii. 78.
Pittikins, 'ods, God me pity, ii. 750.
Place, abiding-place, ii. 139.
Place, seat of authority, i. 426, iii. 563.
Places, dignities, honours, iii. 206, 563.
Placket, a petticoat, i. 67, iii. 88, 233, 238, 283.
Plagued, punished, ii. 522.
Planched, planked, made of boards, ii. 620.
Plantage, the moon's influence on plants, iii. 291.
Plantain, its medicinal use, i. 65, 164.
Plants, the soles of the feet, iii. 549.
Plates, silver coin, iii. 581.
Platforms, plans, schemes, ii. 297.
Plausibly, with expressions of applause, iii. 757.
Plausive manners, gracious, popular, winning manners,

iii. 340.
Pleached, intertwined, i. 701.
Please one, and please all, a ballad, ii. 280.
Plighting troth, mode of, i. 43.
Plurisy, repletion, iii, 385.
Point-device, precise, with great nicety. I. 82, ii. 153, 254.
Point of war, a strain of military music, 603.
Points, long tagged laces to fasten dresses, i. 250, ii. 241, iii. 232.
Poize, weight, iii. 676.
Poking-sticks, irons for setting ruffs, iii. 256.
Polacks, Polanders, iii. 330.
Politician, a schemer for his own advantage, iii. 387.
Polled, cleared, iii. 171.
Pomander, a ball of perfume, iii. 238.
Pomewater, a kind of apple, i. 71.
Poor John, hako, a fish, i. 160.
Popinjay, a parrot, a trifling fop, i. 515.
Porpentine, porcupine, i. 129, iii. 278.
Port, a gate, iii. 535.
Port, show, state, appearance, i. 235, 395.
Portable, bearable, supportable, iii. 93, 506.
Portage, portholes, ii. 82.
Portance, carriage, mien, bearing, iii. 656.
Possessed, informed, i. 398.
Posset, a, curdled milk, i. 690.
Posset, to coagulate, i. 690.
Post, the sheriff's, ii. 277.
Potch, to push, to thrust, iii. 140.
Potents, potentates, i. 295.
Poulter, a poulterer, i. 534.
Pouncet-box, scent-box, i. 515.
Powder, to salt, i. 560.
Poynt no, non point, i. 62, 89.
Practice, conspiracy, machination, collusion, ii. 77, 631, iii.

78, 112, 706.
Practise on, to plot or intrigue against, iii. 541.
'Praise, to appraise, ii. 243.
Prank, to adorn, to dress ostentatiously, ii. 250, iii. 155, 229.
Praying at the end of performances, i. 632.
Precedent, a sign, an indicator, iii. 722.
Precepts, warrants, i. 616.
Prefer, to advance, to promote, i. 233, ii. 764.
Pregnancy, ready wit, i. 577.
Pregnant, supple, ready, iii. 362.
Prenominate, forenamed, iii. 307, 347.
Preposterous, misplaced, inversely, i. 248, 363, 658.
Prescription, medical, ii. 54.
Presence, presence-chamber, i. 210.
Presently, immediately, ii. 355, 555, iii. 748.
Pressed, ready, bound, urged, i. 395.
Pretence, design, device, i. 21, ii. 314, iii. 216.
Pretend, to intend, i. 17, iii. 744.

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Pretend, to portend, ii. 315.
Pretty, petty, little, iii. 750.
Prevent, to anticipate, i. 578, ii. 315, iii. 423, 454.
Pricket, a deer so called, i. 103.
Prick-song, music pricked, or noted doron, 178.
Priest of the town, i. 687.
Prig, a cheat, a thief, iii. 228.
Prime, the spring, iii. 774.
Primero, an old game at cards, i. 679, ii. 688.
Prince of cats, i. 216.
Principality, a celestial, i. 15.
Principals, the strongest rafters in a building, ii. 203.
Princox, a cozcomb, i. 170.
Print, in, precisely, to the letter, i. 12.
Prison base, or prison bars, a game, i. 42.
Prize, to rate, ii. 464.
Prize, privilege, ii. 411.
Probal, probable, iii. 671.
Proceeding, advancement, iii. 430.
Process, citation, iii. 530.
Prodigious, monstrous, portentous, i. 300, iii. 420.
Proface, welcome, i. 620.
Profane use of the sacred names, act for preventing, i. 562.
Prognostication, almanac, iii. 241.
Project, to shape, ili. 581.
Projection, forecast, preparation, ii. 79.
Prolixious, coy, delaying, ii. 609.
Prompture, suggestion, ii. 609.
Prone, ardent, ii. 595, iii. 745.
Proof, armour, iii. 473.
Proper, peculiar, personal, ii. 140, 179.
Proper-false, handsome-false, ii. 246.
Propertied, circumscribed, appropriated, ii. 268, 462.
Properties, a theatrical term, i. 347, 677.
Proposing, discoursing, i. 713.
Prorougue, to deaden or benumb, iii. 540.
Provand, provender, iii. 146.
Provincial, of the ecclesiastical province, ii. 633.
Provincial, from Provins, celebrated for roses, iii. 366.
Prune, to plume, i. 511, ii. 758.
Pruning, trimming up, adorning, i. 78.
Pucelle, La, ii. 332, 334.
Pugging, prigging, iii. 227.
Puke-stocking, puce-stocking, i. 528.
Pun, to pound, iii. 278.
Punk, a prostitute, i. 656, ii. 19, 631, 636.
Punto reverso, in fencing, a back-handed stroke, i. 217, 650.
Purchase, profit, advantage, ii. 181.
Purchase, booty, plunder, i. 522, 615.
Push! pish! pshaw ! i. 731, ii. 74.
Push-pin, a game, i. 78.
Put on, to incite, to provoke, iii. 508. 663, 672.
Putter on, a contriver, an inciter, ii. 650, iii. 153, 209, 508.
Putter out, an adventurer of money, iil. 33.
Puttock, a buzzard, ii. 713.
Puzzel, a foul drab, ii. 294.
QUAIL, to slacken, ii. 139.
Quaint, dainty, clever, nimble, i. 264.
Quaintly, clever, adroit, i. 12, 21.
Qualification, temperament, iii. 666.
Qualify, to mitigate, to weaken, iii. 667, 742.
Quality, profession, calling, i. 29, üi. 353, 658.
Quarrels, book of, ii. 173.
Quarry, a pile of slaughtered game, iii. 130.
Quart d'écu, or cardecue, a coin, the fourth part of a French

gold crown, ii. 43, 49, 56.
Quat, a pimple or scab, iii. 698.
Queasy, fastidious, squeamish, i. 708.
Quell, murder, iii. 481.
Quern, a hand-mill, i. 349.
Quest, inquisition, inquest, jury, ii. 527, 620, 651, 767.
Question, to converse, iii. 739.
Question, motives, reason, iii. 438.
Queubus, equinoctial of, ii. 246.
Quick, alive, quickening, quick-witted, ii. 516, iii, 532, 582.
Quick recreation, lively pastime, i. 53.
Quiddit, a subtlety, iii. 387.
Quietus, discharge, acquittanco, 111. 359, 779.

Quillets, quodlibets, quibbles, iii. 387.
Quilt, a flock bed, i. 550.
Quintain, a military exercise, a pastime, ii. 171.
Quips, sudden, angry gibes, scoffs, i. 29.
Quit, to requite, ii. 635, iii. 565.
Quittance, requital, to make requital, i. 574, ii. 296, 467.
Quiver, smart, nimble, i. 601.
Quote, to look into, to scan, iii. 347, 621, 746.
R, the dog's letter, i. 217.
Rabato, or rebato, an ornament for the neck, a kind of muff,

1. 720.
Rabbit-sucker, a sucking rabbit, i. 534.
Race, nature, iii. 14.
Rack, to stretch, to extend, i. 726.
Rack, drifting vapour, or scud, ii. 411, iii. 50, 765.
Racked, harassed by exactions, ii. 347.
Rag, a term of contempt, ii. 492.
Ragged, rough, rugged, base, i. 574, 618, ii. 142.
Ragged, beggared, iii. 747.
Rake up, to cover up, iii. L05.
Rampallian, a low, creeping, mean wretch, i. 582.
Rank, chorus, rhyme, ii. 149.
Rank, brimming, full, iii, 722, 778.
Rankness, riotousness, i. 335, iii. 435.
Raps, transports, ii. 719.
Rapture, a fit, iii. 145.
Rarely, curiously, ii. 728.
Rascal, a lean deer, ii. 155, 317, iii. 129.
Rates, counts for, is equivalent to, iii. 562.
Rather, hasty, quick, i. 65.
Rats rhymed to death by charms, ii. 173, 332.
Raught, reft, reached, grasped, ii. 357, 409.
Ravin, to devour greedily, ii. 595, iii. 489.
Ravined, ravenous, iii. 501.
Rayed, chafed, excoriated, i. 254.
Razed, slashed, opened, iii, 366.
Razes, roots, i. 521.
Read, to tread, i. 547, ii. 697.
Rearmice, bats, i. 354.
Rearward, rearguard, iii. 773.
Reason, to discourse, i. 411.
Reasonable swiftness, speed of thought, ii. 71.
Rebate, to blunt, i. 51, 598.
Rebato, a kind of rull, an ornament for the neck, i. 720.
Rebeck, a sort of fidille, i. 205.
Receipt, receptacle, iii. 481.
Recheat, a note on the horn, i. 699.
Reck, to regard, iii. 339.
Record, to chant, i. 37, ii. 208.
Recorder, a musical instrument resembling a flute, iii. 401.
Recover the wind of me, a hunting expression, iii. 367.
Recure, to recover, ii. 549.
Rede, counsel, advice, iii. 339.
Red-lattice, the denotement of an ale-house, i. 586, 626.
Red-lattice phrases, ale-house phraseology, i. 654.
Reduce, to restore, to bring back to a former state, ii. 575.
Reechy, discoloured by smoke, i. 719.
Refelled, refuted, ii. 631.
Regard, reflection, observation, iii. 741, 752.
Regiment, directorship, rule, iii. 558.
Reguerdon, recompence, ii. 307, 312.
Relume, to relight, iii. 701.
Remarkable, profoundly striking, iii. 577.
Remember thy courtesy, discontinue ceremony, i. 83.
Remembered, reminded, iii. 778.
Remembrance, memorial, iii. 680.
Remonstrance, exhibition, manifestation, ii. 634. *
Remorse, pity, tenderness of feeling, i. 31, 319, ii. 373, 631,

iii. 681.
Remorseless, relentless, pitiless, iii. 743.
Remotion, removal, ii. 492, iii. 78.
Removed, remote, private, i. 293, 343, ii. 152, 595, iii. 247.
Removes, stages, journeys, ii. 51.
Render, to describe, to represent, ii. 162.
Reneges, denies, renounces, iii. 75, 530.

In the text the suggestion of Malone to read demonstrance was too
hastily adopted. The right word is unquestionably "remonstrance."

Repeal, to reca!l from exile, to bring back, i. 23, 464, 472,

ii. 20, 371, iii. 434.
Repetition, recrimination, ii. 49.
Repine, vecation, discontent, iii. 726.
Reproof, refutation, disproof, i. 540.
Repugn, to resist, ii. 315.
Reputing, boasting, ii. 362.
Reserve, preserve, ii. 210, iii. 765, 772.
Resolve, be assured, ii. 290.
Respect, self-command, prudence, iii. 279, 740.
Respect, regard, consideration, i. 35, 187, 288, 433, iji.61, 731.
Rest, a term in music, i. 178, iii. 749.
'Rest, arrest, i. 136.
Resty, immobile, dull, uneasy, ii. 741, iii. 775.
Retire, to withdraw, i. 464, iii. 741.
Retiring, returning, iii. 748.
Retort, to refer back, ii. 633.
Reverb, to reverberate, iii. 60.
Reverso, a term in fencing, i. 659.
Reword, to echo, iii. 784.
Rhodope's pyramid, ii. 333.
Rialto, the, i. 437.
Ribaudred nag, filthy strumpet, iii. 559.
Rich coat, a full charged escutcheon, iii. 787.
Rich eyes, ii. 49, 159.
Rid, to destroy, ii. 417, iii. 14.
Riddles, fustian, ii. 279.
Rides the wild mare, plays at sce-saw, i. 593.
Riggish, wanton, iii. 543.
Right, direct, immediate, i. 325.
Rigol, a circle, i. 612, iii. 756.
Rim, a part of the intestines, ii. 101.
Rivage, the shore or bank, ii. 81.
Rivality, participation, copartnership, iii. 556.
Rivals, associates, partners, iii. 329.
Rivo, a drinking exclamation, i. 529.
Road, a roadstead, a haven, i. 16.
Roaring Devil, ii. 119.
Robin, hey, jolly Robin, a song, i. 281.
Robin Goodfellow, i. 382.
Rolled, coiled, ii. 609.
Romage, commotion, turmoil, iii 332.
Rondure, a round or belt, iii. 763.
Ronyon, a scurvy old woman, a witch, i. 676, iii. 474.
Rood, the cross, the image on the cross, i. 597.
Rook, to squat down, to roost, ii. 449.
Ropery, rope-tricks, ribaldry, i. 181, 238.
Rosemary for remembrance, iii. 403.
Rother, red cattle, ii. 488.
Rough-hew, to plan, or fashion in the rough, iii. 392.
Round, plain spoken, i. 120, iii. 361.
Round, roundel, roundelay, a dance, i. 104, 354.
Rounded, insinuated, i. 298.
Rounding, whispering, insinuating, iii. 202.
Roundure, a circle, i. 294.
Rouse, a carouse, a deep draught, iii. 398.
Royal, a coin so called, i. 532.
Royal merchants, i. 440.
Roynish, scurvy, ii. 138.
Ruddock, the redbreast, ii. 748.
Rudesby, blusterer, swaggerer, i. 250.
Rue, herb-grace, iii. 382.
Ruff, the top of the boot turned over, ii. 29.
Ruflian, roisterer, swash-buckler, iii. 650.
Ruin, rubbish, i. 412.
Run counter, to follow on a false scent, i. 150.
Rushes strewed on room floors, and on the stage, i. 168, 255,

539, ii. 723.
SABLES, the wearing of, iii. 362.
Sack, sherris-sack, i. 629.
Sackerson, the name of a bear, i. 644, 686.
Sack-posset, i. 690.
Sacred, devoted, dedicated, iii. 425, 607.
Sacring-bell, the bell rung on the elevation of the host, ii. 678.
Sad, grave, serious, i. 8, 702, 712, iii. 234, 740.
Safe, sound, iii. 101.
Saffron, the colour of Judas' hair, the dissembling colour, ii. 45.
Sag, to droop, to flag, iii. 511.

Sagittary, officers' residence at the arsenal of Venice, ili. 708.
Said, done, i. 601, ii. 143, 349, iii. 220.
Sail, pomp, swell, ii. 70, iii. 773.
Saint George, an English war cry, ii. 581.
Saint Helen Meteor, iii. 48.
Saint Jaques le grand, shrine of at Compostella, ii. 56.
Saint Nicholas, patron saint of scholars and cutpurses,

i. 43, 521.
Sallet, a helmet, ii. 384.
Sallets, or salte, Atticism, piquanoy, iii. 355.
Salt, salt-cellar, i. 25.
Saltiers, corruption of satyrs, iii. 234.
Salute, to move, to exhilarate, ii. 665, iii. 778.
Samingo, San Domingo, an old burden to drinking songs,

i. 621.
Sanded, of a sandy colour, i. 385.
Satire, a satirist, iii. 775.
Saucy, prurient, ii 44.
'Say, assay, taste, evidence, iii. 112.
'Sayed, ossayed, ii. 183, iii. 112.
Scaled, dispersed, iii. 315.
Scamble, to seize, to scramble, to rifle, i. 319, ii. 64.
Scamels, or sea-mells, sea-birds, iii. 27.
Scapes, lapses, slips, iii. 221, 745.
Scarfed bark, vessel decorated with flags, i. 407.
Scathe, to damage, i. 170.
Scogan, Henry and John, i. 627.
Sconce, a fortification, ii. 88.
Sconce, the head, i. 118, 122, iii. 161, 387.
Scone stone, iii. 518.
Score, to mark, to brand i. 117, ii. 689.
Scorn it with the heels, a manner of scornful rejection,

i. 401, 721.
Scotch, to wound, to notch, iii. 493.
Scrimers, fencers, iii. 384.
Scroyles, scabby rogues, i. 296.
Scrubbed, stunted, i. 434.
Sculls, shoals, iii. 315.
'Scuse, excuse,

430, iii. 687.
Scut, a tail, i. 681.
Scylla and Charybdis, i. 440.
Seals on deeds, i. 485.
Sear, to stigmatize, to close up, ii. 712, iii. 208.
Season, preservative, iii. 498.
Secret, separated, devoted, iii. 425, 607.
Secure, careless, to make over-confident, i. 487, 653, 658, 662,

ii. 296, iii. 96, 279, 344.
Secure, to assure, ii. 475.
Securely, carelessly, over-confidently, i. 462, iii. 304.
Security, carelessness, over-confidence, i. 469, iii. 431, 498.
See, to, to the sight, iii. 766.
Seel, in falconry, to sew up the eyes, iii. 494, 564.
Soen, versed, practised, skilled, i. 238.
Seldom comes the better, a proverbial saying, ii. 534.
Sense, to the, to the quick, iii. 698.
Septentrion, the north, ii. 409.
Sequester, a separation, iii. 683.
Sere, tickled o' the, easily moved to mirth, iii. 353.
Sergeant, anciently one of the king's guard, iii. 472.
Serpigo, leprosy, ii. 611.
Servant, a follower, an admirer, i. 43.
Sessa, be quiet, i. 227, iii. 92.
Set, a term in music, i. 7.
Set a match, to plan a robbery, i. 513.
Set up his rest, to stake all, i. 150, 203,
Setebos, a demon, iii. 48.
Seven ages of man, ii. 172.
Several, private, i. 63, iii. 781.
Several, manifold, ii. 10.
Shale, a case, a shell, ii. 99.
Shards, broken fragments, iii. 390.
Shards, scaly wings of a beetle, iii. 494, 553.
Shaven Hercules, the, i. 719.
Sheaf, iii. 339.
Sheen, brightness, splendour, i. 349, iii. 363.
Sheep, pronounced ship, i. 4.
Sheer, pure, unmixed, i. 229, 488.
Shent, undone, ruined; reprooed, i. 648, iii. 179, 283.

Sheriffs'-posts, for proclamations, ii, 277.
Sherris, sherris-sack, i. 629.
Ship-tire, a fanciful head-dress for ladies, i. 664, 688.
Shive, a stice, iii. 607.
Shog, to jog oj,

74, 78.
Shotten, spawned, projected, i. 250, ii. 87.
Shoughs. 'shaggy dogs, iii. 492.
Shoulder-clapper, a bailiff, i. 135.
Shove-groat, a game, i. 626.
Shovel-boards, broad shillings used in the game of shove-

groat, i. 642.
Shrewd, shrewish, mischievous, i. 84, 234, 237, 325, 349, 366,

657, 703, ii. 169, 602, iii. 571.
Shrift, auricular confession, i. 161, 178, 181, 182, 201,

ii. 546, 623.
Shrive, to bring to confession and absolve, i. 125.
Shriving-time, time of shrift or confession, iii. 392.
Shut-up, finished, concluded, iii. 482.
Shylock, derivation of the name, i. 437.
Side, long, i. 720.
Siege, a seat, place, state, ii. 622, iii. 384.
Sigh-clout, a cloth to strain milk through, iii. 711.
Sightless, invisible, iii. 479, 480.
Sightless, unsightly, i. 300.
Sights, apertures for seeing through in a helmet, i. 604.
Sign, to give an omen, iii. 567.
Silly, simple, rustic, ii. 756.
Silly cheat, petty theft, iii. 227.
Similitudes, inapposite, i. 563.
Siniular, counterfeit, deceitful, ii. 761, iii. 85.
Single, simple, feeble, i. 578. iii. 476.
Sink-a-pace, cinque-pace, a dance, i. 104, 704.
Sinklo, the actor, i. 229.
Sir, a title of certain churchmen, ii. 345.
Sır, applied to nobility and royalty, iii. 204, 245.
Sir Bevis of Hamptoun, ii. 699.
Sir Dagonet in Arthur's Show, i. 628.
Sir reverence, an apology for any unseemly saying, i. 130.
Sir, the, the gallant, the courtier, iii. 664.
Siren's song of allurement, i. 149.
Sirs, an old forin of addressing women, iii. 577.
Sithence, since, ii. 12.
Sit out, refuse to play, a card-table phrase, i. 53.
Sit thee down, sorrow, i. 56.
Sizes, allowances, iii. 80.
Skainsmates, reckless fellows, i. 181.
Skill, cunning, design, reason, iii. 209, 231.
Skills not, is of no importance, ii. 364.
Skimble-skamble, jumbled, deranged, i. 538.
Skinker, drawer of liquor, i. 527.
Skirr, to scour, ii. 104, iii. 511.
Slander, to abuse, iii. 340.
Slanderous, ignominious, branded, iii. 748.
Slavish wipe, the brand of slaves, iii. 743.
Sleave, unwrought silk, iii. 484.
Sledded, sledged, iii. 330.
Sleeve, worn as a favour by tilters and warriors, iii. 323.
Sleided, untwisted, ii. 208, iii. 785.
Slipper, slippery, iii. 665.
Slips, counterfeit pieces of money, i. 179, iii. 283.
Sliver, to slit or slice, iii. 97, 385.
Slop, loose knee-breeches, i. 179.
Smirched, sullied, soiled, i. 719, 725, ii. 85, 136.
Smoke, to discover, ii. 34, 38.
Smoothed, fawned on, ii. 488.
Smug, spruce, smart, i. 415, 538, iii. 104.
Sneap, a sarcasm, a set-down, i. 583.
Sneap, to nip or check, iii. 198, 741.
Sneck-up, go hang! ii. 247.
Snipe, a fool, a blockhead, iii. 660.
Snuff, take it in, to take it in dudgeon, i. 84, 377.
Snuffs, tiffs, iii. 84.
So, as, ii. 41, 197, 465, 470, 473, iii, 535, 538.
So like you he is the worse, a proverb, iii. 213.
Softly, slowly, iii. 377.
Solennn, grave, public, accustomed, i. 251.
Solidares, a coin, ii. 477.
Something-nothing, neither here nor there, iii. 678.

Sometimes, formerly, i. 396, 491.
Sonnet, Sonnets or Sonneteer, i. 709.
Sonties, corruption of sanctities, i. 401.
Soon at, about, i. 116.
Sooth, sweetness, softness, truth, i. 473.
Sorrow, sit thee down, i. 56.
Sorry, dismal, sorrowful, i. 143.
Sort, lot, iii. 275.
Sort, to suit, to fit, iii. 266, 747.
Sort, gang, crew, company, i. 480, ii. 355.
Sort, rank, degree, quality, i. 696.
Sot, a fool, i. 125, ii. 761.
Sowle, to lug, to drag, iii. 171.
Speak by the card, to speak precisely, or according to the book

of manners, iii. 388.
Speak to, to aspire or lay claim to, iii. 651.
Speculation, view, espial, iii. 293.
Speculative instruments, organs of vision.
Sped, done, settled, i. 186.
Speed, fortune, iii. 219.
Sperr, to shut up, iii. 263.
Spill, to spoil, to come to harm, iii. 710.
Spirits in magic or witchcraft, iii. 47.
Spleen, fash, i. 297, 343, 380.
Spot, stain, iii. 774.
Sprag, quick, ready, sprightly, i. 673.
Spring, shoot, sprig, iii. 723, 738, 747.
Sprited, haunted, ii. 726.
Squandered, dispersed, i. 398.
Square, equitable, ii. 503.
Square, a quarrel, to quarrel, i. 349, iii. 540, 563.
Square, a stomacher, iii. 232.
Squash, an immature peascod, i. 361, iii. 202.
Squire, a rule, i. 92, 522, iii. 234.
Staggers, a kind of apoplexy in horses, i. 250.
Staggers, perplexities, incertitudes, ii. 23, 762.
Stain, tinct, mark, eclipse, ii. 8, iii. 556.
Stale, insipid, out of date, i. 121.
Stalking-horse of fowlers, i. 742.
Stand on, stands me upon, it is incumbent on me, i. 178,

467, iii. 392, 540.
Stands, or Standings, in the sport of deer-shooting, i. 600.
Stannyel, a kind of hawk, ii. 253.
Star Chamber, court of, i. 686.
Stark, rigid, stif, ii. 748.
Starve, to perish, ii. 716.
State, a chair or throne, i. 533, iii. 495.
Statuas, statues, ii. 548, iii. 430, 441.
Statue, picture, image, i. 35.
Statute, security, or obligation, iii. 780.
Statute-caps, caps worn by citizens, i, 104,
Stay, a check or obstacle, i. 297.
Steel, to harden like steel, iii. 725.
Stelled, fixed, iii. 753.
Stern, rigid, unyielding, ii. 39.
Sternage, stectage, course, ii 81.
Sticking-place, abiding place, iii. 481.
Stickler, an arbitrator in combats, iii. 318.
Stigmatical, branded with deformity, i. 135, ii. 389, 417.
Still, always, ever, i. 395, 545, 698, ii. 42, 91, 98, iii. 435.
Still an end, constantly, perpetually, i. 33.
Still music, soft, subdued music, i. 370, ii. 92, 168.
Stinted, stopped, i. 166.
Stith, an anvil, iii. 362.
Stithy, the smith's work-shop, iii. 362.
Stoccado, or stoccata, a term of fencing, i. 186, 659.
Stomach, haughtiness, ii. 683.
Stone-bow, a cross-bow for propelling stones, ii. 279.
Stone of destiny at Scone, iii, 518.
Stood upon, plumed or presumed upon, iii. 610.
Stops, a technical term in music, iii. 362, 367, 749.
Stout, bold, proud, i. 314.
Stover, fodder, iii. 36.
Strain, lincage, i. 708, ii. 79.
Strain, turn, tendency, i. 651, 666.
Strain courtesy, to, to avoid the post of honour in a perilous

undertaking, iii. 730.
Strange, wonderful, incredible, iii. 704.

Strange, coy, i. 175.
Strange, foreign, ii. 719.
Strappado, a kind of punishment, i. 531.
Stray shaft, mode of discovering, i. 437.
Strict, harsh, ii, 482.

rike, to tap, to broach, iii. 550.
Stroke, rule, ii. 622.
Strossers, trousers, ii. 90.
Stuck, a sword, a thrust, iii. 385.
Stuck-in, corruption of stoccata, ii. 264.
Stuff, luggage, i. 140.
Stuffed, furnished, endowed, i. 197, 696.
Subject, people, subjects, iii. 198.
Subscribes, succumbs, iii. 305, 776.
Subsidy, an impost, ii. 454.
Success, consequence, succession, ii. 16, iii. 204, 456, 480, 556.
Sudden, violent, ii, 145, iii. 505.
Sue livery, to, i. 498.
Suffer, to punish, to afflict, iii. 563.
Suffered, unrestrained, indulged, ii. 388, iii, 725.
Suggesting, enticing, tempting, seducing, i. 17, 20, 53, 449,

ii. 45, iii. 22, 476, 672, 738, 782.
Suitor, pronounced shooter, i. 70.
Sullen, melancholy, i. 286.
Sumpter, a horse that carries provisions on a journey, iii. 81.
Supposes, impostors, i. 270.
Surcease, end, iii. 480.
Surplice, puritan objections to the, ii. 54.
Surprise, to capture, to seize unawares, ii. 433, iii. 602.
Swarth, the corn cut with one stroke of a scythe, ii. 249.
Swasher, swaggerer, ii. 83.
Swashing, crushing, smashing, i. 160.
Swear over, to out-swear, iii. 205.
Sweet and twenty, a proverbial endearment, ii. 247.
Sweet mouth, liquorish tooth, i. 24.
Sweltered, weltered, iii. 501.
Swift, ready, i. 714, ii. 168.
Swinge-buckler, a bully, i. 597.
Sword, swearing by the, i. 497, iii. 345.
Swords for dancing with, ii. 55.
Sworn brothers, men bound to share each other's fortunes, i.

484, ii. 73.
Sympathy, equality, i. 478.
TABLE, a table-book, i. 18.
Table, a picture, board or canvas on which any object is

painted, i. 297, ii. 7.
Table, in palmistry, the palm of the hand, i. 404.
Tabor of the clown, ii. 279.
Tabourines, drums, iii. 307, 571,
Tag, the rabble, iii. 158, 418.
Tailor cries, i. 350.
Tainture, defilement, ii. 256.
Take, to bewitch, to blast, to paralyse, i. 677, iii. 80, 88, 315, 332.
Take a truce, to make peace, i. 300.
Take in, to conquer, to overcome, iii. 558.
Take it in snuff, to take it in dudgeon, i. 84, 377.
Take me with you, let me understand you, i. 197, 634.
Take out, to copy, iii. 680.
Take thought, to abandon oneself to grief, iii. 426, 562.
Take thy old cloak about thee, iii. 710.
Taking up, dealing, i. 575.
Tale, telling, counting, iii. 476.
Talent, a talon, i. 73.
Talents, riches, ii. 720.
Tall, able, stout, robust, i. 648, ii. 237, 267, iii. 247.
Tallow-keech, a round lump of tallow for the chandler,

i. 530.
Tame-cheater, a petty rogue, i. 590.
Tame-snake, a poltroon, ii. 162.
Tang, to twang, ii. 254, iii. 24.
Tarre, to incite, i. 311, iii. 276.
Tartar, Tartarus, ii. 77, 254.
Tasked, taxed, challenged, i. 551, 555.
Tassel-gentle, the male of the goshawk, i. 216.
Taste, to try, to test, ii. 256, 263, 763.
Tawdry lace, a neck ornament, iii. 234.
Tawny-coated followers, ii. 292.
Taxation, sarcasm, satire, ii. 132.

Teen, grief, sorrow, i. 165, iii. 8, 730.
Tell, to rate, to number, to account, ii. 469, 474, iii. 476.
Temperance, temperature, iii. 19.
Tempered, moulded, qualified, ii. 77, iii. 447.
Ten, a card of, a tenth card, i. 276.
Tender, an offer, a promise, i. 194.
Tender hefted, iii. 80.
Tents, hangings, i. 246.
Tercel, the male hawk, ill. 290.
Termagant, a hectoring tyrant of the Miracle plays, iii. 401.
Testern, tester, or teston, a coin so called, sixpence, i. 41.
Tharborough, a constable, i. 54.
Theorick, theory, ii. 41, 65, iii. 648.
Thews, i. 600, iii. 338, 430.
Thick, rapidly, ii. 732, iii. 756.
Thick-skin, thick-head, i. 677.
Thievery, exemplifications of, ii. 507.
Thills, the shafts of a wagon, iii. 289.
Thou, as a mark of insult, ii. 279.
Thou knave, a catch, ii. 278.
Though, if, even if, since, ii. 492, 525, iii. 564.
Thought, melancholy, iii, 570.
Thrasonical, bragging, boastful, i. 82, ii. 165.
Threape, to dispute, iii. 711.
Three-man beetle, an implement for driving piles, i. 578.
Three-men song-men, singers of songs in three parts, iii. 227.
Three merry men be we, the burden of a song, ii. 247, 278.
Three-pile, three-piled velvet, iii. 227.
Thronged, oppressed, crushed, shrunk, ii. 184, 192, iii, 752.
Thrummed, made of coarse woollen, i. 674.
Thunder-stone, the imaginary produce of thunder, iii. 420.
Tib, a loose wench, ii. 217.
Tibert, prince of cats, i. 216.
Tickle, ticklish, ii. 344.
Tickled of the sere, easily moved to mirth, üli. 353.
Tidy, plump, i. 592.
Tightly, briskly, promptly, i. 646.
Tike, clown, clodpole, i. 678.
Tilly-vally, a ludicrous interjection, i. 590, ii. 247.
Time and the hour, iii. 476.
Timely, in proper time, ii. 369.
Time of life, duration of life, iii. 454.
Time's fool, i. 559.
Timon from the Palace of Pleasure, ii, 505.
Tire, to peck like a bird, to tear, ii. 405, 483, iii, 722.
Titania of fairy legends, i. 883.
To, an ellipsis for equal to, i. 15.
To, an ellipsis for so as to, i 199.
To, to, ploughmen's words of encouragement, iii. 278.
To friend, for friend, propitious, ii. 716, iii. 435, 505.
Toasts and butter, term of contempt, i. 549.
Tokened pestilence, iii. 559.
Tokens, the Lord's, plague spots, i. 104, iii. 559.
Toll, ii. 51.
Tom o' Bedlams, mad beggars, iii. 120.
Tongs and bones music, i. 385.
Too fine, too full of finesse, ii. 52.
Too late, too recently, ii. 540, iii. 756.
Took it on his death, an oath, i. 287.
Too-too, excessive, excessively, i, 16, iii. 336.
Top, the parish, ii. 238.
Topless, supreme, iii. 273.
Torch-bearers to maskers, i. 216.
Tottered, tottering, i. 472.
Touch, a pang, a wound, sympathy, ii. 712.
Touch, a touchstone, ii. 494, 554.
Touched, pricked, iii. 627.
Touring, circling, iii. 488.
Touse, to tug, to drag, ii. 633.
Toward, in preparation, iii. 330.
Towards, approaching, near at hand, i. 170.
Toys, idle rumours, tricks, i. 289.
Tranect, a ferry, i. 422.
Transported, translated, transformed, i. 372.
Trash, to clog, to impede, iii. 8, 666.
Tray-trip, a game so called, ii. 254.
Treachers, traitors, iii. 65.
Trial by battle, i. 495, iii. 393.

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