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STAY, STAND AT A. To stand still. E. xii. p. 46, 1. 7, xiv. p. 52, 1. 32, xix. p. 76, 1. 5, lviii. p. 231, l. 16.

TO, GIVE. To check, hinder. E. lviii. p. 234, 1. 6. STÍCKE, v.i. To hesitate. E. xxii. p. 95, l. 2, lvi. p. 222, 1. 6. STIFFE, adj. Stubborn. E. li. p. 207, 1. 20. STILE, sb. 'Title. E. xxix. p. 129, 1. 22, xxxv. p. 151, I. 11. STIRPS, sb._Races, families; literally, stems, stocks. Lat.

stirpes. E. xiv. p. 51, I. 11. STIRRE, v. t. To move, excite. E. xi. p. 41, l. 20, liii. p. 214,

1. 18. STOCK-GILLY-FLOWER, sb. The common stock. E. xlvi.

p. 187, l. io. STOND, sb. Stop, hindrance. E. xl. p. 165, I. 16, 1. p. 205,.1. 26. STOOVED, P.p. Warmed by a stove. 7. xlvi. p. 186, 1. 21. STOPPINGS, sb. Stoppages. E. xxvii. P: 107, l. 17. STORE, sb. Quantity. E. xxxiii. p. 140, l. 26. STOUT, adj. Strong, vigorous. Ê. xxxi. p. 131, l. 13, xxxvi.

p. 155, 1. 4. STOUTEST, adj. Most vigorous. E. xxxi. p. 134, l. 11. STRAIGHT, adv. Immediately, directly. E. xxii. P: 94, 1. 7. STRAIGHTWAIES, adv. Directly. É. xix. p. 78, 1. 2, xxii.

p. 95, l. 14. STRAIN, sb. To take too high a strain,' to make too great

an effort. Comp. Adv. of L. II. 22, $ 10: “The first shal bee, that wee beware wee take not at the first either to

High a strayne or to weake." E. xlii. p. 175, 1. 31. STRAÎT, adj. Ştrict. E. xv. p. 60, l. 11. SUBMIT, v. refl. “Submit,' like many other words, as as

semble, endeavour, repent, retire, was formerly used with a

reflexive pronoun.' E. xxxiv. p. 147, l. 31: SUCCESSE, sb. The result, good or bad. The word “success'

now by itself used always in a good sense, was generally accompanied by a qualifying adjective. Comp. Josh. i. 8.

E. xlvii. p. 195, 1. 19. SUDDAINE, UPON THE. Suddenly. E. xxix. P. 124, 1. 1. SUFFICIENCIE, sb. Ability, capacity. E. xi. p. 42, 1. 33,

xx. p. 82, 1. 1o, lv. p. 221, 1. 15. SUFFICIENT, adj. Able. E. lii. p. 211, 1. 32. SUGAR MAN, sb. The owner of a sugar plantation. E. xxxiv.

p. 147, I. Io. SURCHARGE, sb. Overcharge, excessive burden. The fol

lowing quotation from Blackstone's Comm. III. 16, illustrates Bacon's usage of the word: “Another disturbance of common is by surcharging it; or putting more cattle therein than the pasture and herbage will sustain, or the party hath

a right to do.” E. xiv. p. 52, 1. 9, xxxiii. p. 142, I. 15. SURFET, v. i. To gorge oneself. E. vii. p. 24, l. 12.

sb. Excess of eating or drinking, and its consequences: here used metaphorically for that which causes

loathing or disgust. E. lvi. p. 223, 1. 16. SUSPECT, sb. Å thing suspected. E. xxiv. P. 100, I. 23, liii.

p. 213, I. 22.

SUSPECT, P. p. Suspected, suspicious. E. li. p. 208, 1. 32.
SUSTENTATION, s. Sustenance. E. lviii. p. 236, 1. 28.
SUTE, sb. Order, succession. E. lviii. p. 233, I. 24.
SWAY, BEAR. To have influence. E. xvii. p. 69, 1. 10.
SWELLING, sb. Bombast, arrogance. E. i. p. 3, l. 18.
SWEET WOODS, sb. Spices. E. xxxiii. p. 141, 1. 21.
SWITZERS, sb. Swiss. E. xiv. p. 51, l. 15.
SYBILLA, sb. The Sibyl. Compare Adv. of L. II. 23, ( 28.

“As Tarquinius that gaue for the third part of Sybillaes
books the treeble price, when he mought at first haue had
all three for the simple." C. 10, p. 264, l. 29.

TAKE, v. t. To catch, captivate. E. xxxvii. p. 156, 1. 21.
TARRASSES, sb. Terraces. E. xlv. p. 185, I. 23.
TEMPER, sb. Mixture, temperament. E. xix. p. 76, 1. 17.
TEMPERANCE, sb. Moderation. E. v. p. 17, 1. s
TEMPERATE, adj. Moderate. E. xxxiii. p. 142, 1. 2.
TEMPERATURE, sb. Temperament. E. vi. p. 22, l. 10.
TEND, v.t. To attend to. E. xi. p. 40, 1. 13.
TENDER, adj. Delicate. E. xv. p. 62, 1. 27, xxii. p. 93, I. 4,

xlvii. p. 195, I. 11. TENDERING, sb. Nursing. E. xxx. P. 132, 1. 30. TENDERLY, adv. Delicately, scrupulously. E. xv. p.

55, 1. 31. TERM, sb. The subject or predicate of a logical proposition.

E. iii. p. 11, l. 30.. TEXT, sb. A quotation. “Society (saith the text) is the

happiness of life.” Shaks. Love's L. Lost, iv. 2. E. xii.

P. 44, I. 1. THAT'pr. That which. E. vi. p. 19, l. 28, xii. p. 44, 1. 7,

xiii. p. 47, l. 2, xxii. p. 92, l. 20, lvii. p. 228, 1. 19. THEN, conj. Than. THEOLOGUES, sb. Theologians. E. liii. p. 215, l. 2. THOROW, prep. Through. E. v. p. 17, 1. 3, xlv. p. 184, 1. 11. THOROW-LIGHTS, sb. Lights or windows on both sides of

a room. E. xlv. p. 183, 1. 31. THROUGHLY, adj. Thoroughly. E. xvi. p. 65, l. 6, lvii,

p. 228, l. 17. TILLER, sb. Cultivator. E. xxix. p. 125, 1. 18. TIMBER MAN, sb. A proprietor of timber. E. xxxiv.

p. 146, l. 6. To, prep. For. The usage of 'to' in this sense, as indicating

the object, is still common in the north. E. xxxiii. p. 141,l. 1. TOUCH, v. t. To refer to, glance at. E. xxix. p. 130, 1. 17. TOUCH, sb. Reference. “Speech of touch" is speech that

touches or affects another. E. xxxii. p. 138, 1. 3. In E. - lvii. p. 229, 1. 28, it seems to mean sensitiveness. TOUCHING, prep. With reference to. E. ix. p. 35, l. 8, xi. p. 41, l. 26.

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TOURNEY, sb. A tournament. E. xxxvii. p. 158, 1. 7. TOWARDNESSE, sb. Docility. E. xix. p. 79, 1. 5. TOWNESMEN, . Citizens. “Here come the townsmen on

procession." "Shaks. 2 Hen. 6, št. 1. E. xi. p. 39, 1. 20. TOY, sb. A trifle. E. xix. p. 75, 1. 16, xxxvii. p. 156, 1. 1,

lviii. p. 233, 1. 19. TRACT, sb. "Tract of yeares' is length of years, like the Lat.

tractus senectutis. E. xlii. p. 175, 1. 23. 'Trait. E. vi.

p. 20, l. 18. TRANSCENDENCES, sb. Extravagances. E. v. p. 16, I. 14. TRASH, sb. Any thing worthless; used as a cant word for

money: “Pelfe, trash, id est, money,” Florio, p. 63. E.

xiii. p. 50, 1. 9. .. TRAVAILE, sb. Toil, labour. E. xxix. p. 125, 1. 6. TRAVELS, sb. Labours. E. ix. P. 32, 1. 25. TREATIES, sb, Treatises. E. iii. p. 1o, 1. 5. TRENCH TO. To trench on. E. Ivi. p. 227, l. 9. TRIBUNITIOUS, adj. Lit. like a tribune, and so, violent,

turbulent. E. xx. p. 87, l. 29. TRIUMPH, sb. A festival shew. E. xlv. p. 182, 1. 5. TRIVIALL, adj. Trite. E. iii. p. 10, 1. 29, xii. p. 44, l. I,

xxxv. p. 150, 1. 34: _ TRIVIALLY, adv. Tritely. E. xxix. p. 121, 1. 4. TROTH, sb. Truth. E. vi. p. 21, 1. 30. TRY IT, TO. To contend. `E. xix. p. 79, I. 26. TULIPPA, sb. Tulip. In Parkinson's Theatrum Botanicum

it is called Turkes Cap, and in Gerarde's Herball, The Dalmatian Cap. Lyte calls it Tulpia or Tulipa. E. xlvi. p. 187, 1. 2. Of the early white Tulipa Parkinson (Paradisus, pp. 48-50, ed. 1629) mentions 15 varieties, 16 of the

early purple, 11 of the early red, and 7 of the early yellow. TURK, THE GREAT. The Sultan of Turkey. F. p. 240, 1. 33. TURNE, FOR THAT. For that purpose. E. ix. P. TURQUET, sb. Perhaps a puppet dressed as a Turk. E.

xxxvii. p. 157, 1. 27. TUSH! int. A scornful interjection. C. 3. p. 250, I. 22.

U.

UNAWARES, AT. Unexpectedly. E. xlvii. p. 196, 1. 27.
UNBLESSED, adj. Accursed. E. xxxili. p. 139, I. 19.
UNCOMELY, adj. Unbecoming. E. vi. p. 20, 1. 8.
UNDER FOÓT. Below the true value. É. xli. p. 170, 1. 12.
UNDER-SHERIFFRIES, sb. The offices of under-sheriffs.

E. liii. p. 215, 1. 7.
UNDERSTANDING, adj. Intelligent. E. lvi. p. 226, 1. 23.
UNDERTAKER, sb. A contractor. E. xxxiii. p. 142, 1. 1.
UNDERTAKING, adj. Enterprising. E. ix. p. 34, 1. 6.
UNLIKE, adv. Unlikely. E. Iviii. p. 236, 1. 13.
UNPLEASING, adj. Unpleasant. * E. i. p. 2, l. 16, xxii.

p. 93, 1. 4. UNPROPER, adj. Improper. E. xxvii. p. 113, 1. 4.

UNREADY, adj. Restive. E. xlii. p. 174, l. 19.
UNSECRETING, sb. Divulging, disclosure. E. xx. p. 84,

1. 24.
UPBRAID UNTO. To reproach with. E. ix. p. 31, l. 22.
UPON. In the following phrases: Upon a wearinesse. E, ii.

p. 6, 1. 20. Upon Negligence. xxviii. p. 116, l. 18. Upon
the suddaine. xxix. p. 124, 1. 1. Upon vaine Confidence.
p. 128, 1. 20. Upon Speed. E. xxxiv. p. 145, I. 27. Upon
necessitie. xxxvi. p. 153, 1. 22. Upon Bravery. E. xxxvi.
p. 155, 1. 33. Upon affection. xlviii. p. 198, 1. 10. Upon
Conscience. E. xxxvi. p. 155, 1. 32. Upon regard. lii.
p. 211, 1. 23. Upon facilitie. lii. p. 211, 1. 23. Upon recovery,

F. p. 240, 1. 31. Redundant in E. xxxviii. p. 161, 1. 4.
URE, Sb. Use. E. vi. p. 21, l. 15. Ore. E. xxxiii. p 141, I. 14.
USE, sb. Interest. E. xli. p. 170, d. 17. Practice. E. li.

p. 208, l. 19.

v.i. To be accustomed. E. xxii. p. 92, 1. 7, xxvii. p.

111, 1. 3, xxxv. p. 150, 1. 7, xl. p. 166, 1. 31.
USED, P.P. Practised. E. xi. p. 42, l. 4.

V.
VAINE, VEINE, sb. Used metaphorically in the sense of

inclination, disposition. E. i. p. i, l. 8, ix. p. 31, 1. 18, xxxii.

p. 137, 1. 5.
VALEW, v.t. To give a value to; and so, to represent as

trustworthy. E. xxxiv. p. 147, 1. 5.
VANTAGE, śb. Advantage. Ë. xxix. p. 128, 1. 34.
VECTURE, sb. Carriage. E. xv. p. 59, 1. 30.
VENA PORTA. E. xix. p. 80, 1. 21, xli. p. 169, 1. 9. See

note to p. 80.
VENDIBLE, adj. Saleable. E. xv. p. 59, 1. 6.
VERSION, sb. 'Turning, direction. _E. Iviii. p. 233, 1. 16.
VESTURE, sb. Garments, dress. E. iii. p. 11, 1. 6.
VICTUAL, sb. Victuals. E. xxxiii. p. 140, 1. 11.
VINDICATIVE, adj. Vindictive. ] .. iv. p. 15, I. 29.
VIZAR, sb. A visor, or mask. E. xxxvii. p. 157, 1. 22.
VOICE, v. t. To proclaim, report. E. xi. p. 41, l. 22, xlix.

P. 202, I. 31.
VOTARY," adj. Votary resolution is the resolution of a

devotee. E. xxxix. p. 162, 1. 21.
VOUCH, v. t. To quote, appeal to as authority. E. iii. p. 9,
VULGÅR, adj. Common. E. viii. p. 27, I. 20, xxix. p. 125,

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WAGGISHNESSE, sb. A joke. E. xiii. p. 48, 1. 4.
WAIT UPON, v. t. To watch. E. xxii. p. 92, l. 1, xxxiv.

p. 146, l. 24, lviii. p. 233, 1. 12.
WANTON, Sb." A dissolute person. E. vii. p. 24, 1. 6.
WARDEN, sb. A large baking pear. E. xlvi. p. 187, 1. 34.
WARME, adv. Warmly. E. xlvi. p. 186, 1. 21.
WAX, v. i. To grow. É. xlii. p. 175, l. 15.

WAY, GIVE BEST. To succeed best. E. li. p. 207, l. 18.,
. , KEEP. To keep pace. E. xl. p. 165, 1. 18.

PUT IN. We use the article, put in the way.' E.
xxvii. p. 114, 1. 8.
sb. Course. E. xxix. p. 128, l. 21. Road. E. xlv.

p. 180, 1. 19.
WAVES,'NO. In no way. E. x. p. 38, 1. 9, xxii. p. 95, l. 26,

xxix. p. 123, I. 9.
WEALE, sb. Advantage. E. xiii. p. 47, l. 2, xxix. p. 119, 1. 6.
WEATHER, sb. Storm. E. xiv. p. 52, l. 19, lvi. p. 226, I. 20.
WELT, sb. Border, edging. E. xlvi. p. 191, 1. 5.'
WERE BETTER. We should say 'had better.' E. xxvi.

p. 105, l. 32, xxvii. p. 112, l. 9, xlix. p. 203, 1. 12.
WHILE,'sb.Time. E. li. p. 208, 1. 4.
WHISPÉRER, sb. A detractor, malicious informer. E. xliv.

p. 179, 1. 19.
WHIT, sb. A bit, small portion, Never a whit = not at all.

E. xii. p. 45, 1. 23. No whit, in the same sense. E. xli.

p. 172, l. 16, xlv. p. 184, I. 24.
WHO, pr. He who.' E. ix. p. 30, l. 9, xxviii. p. 117, l. 21.
WHO SO, pr. Whoever. E. ix. p. 30, 1. 10.
WILL, vit. To desire, wish, E. xi. p. 40, l. 18, xix. p. 77,

1. 10. C. 5, p. 255, I. 22.
WINDFALL,"sb. Anything blown down by the wind. E.

xxix. p. 124, 1. 1.
-WISE. A termination denoting way, manner, fashion. E.

xxxvii. p. 156, 1. 18.
WISHED, p.p. Desired. E. v. p. 16, 1. 3.
WIT, sb. E. vi. p. 18, 1. 3, xliv. p. 179, 1. 12.
WITH, sb. A branch of the willow-tree, which was formerly

called a withy. E. xxxix. p. 163, I. 20.
WITHALL, adv. Besides. E. lviii. p. 234, I. 11.
WITTY, adj. Ingenious. E. iii. p. 10, 1. 17, lvi, p. 222, 1. 10.

In E. 1. p. 205, 1. 22, witty corresponds more nearly to the

Fr. spirituel than to any modern English word.
WON, D.p. Gained. E. I. p. 204, 1. 22.
WONDERFUL, adv. Wonderfully. E. xii. p. 44, l. 18.
WONDERMENTS, sb. Surprises. E. xxxvii. p. 156, 1. 22.
WONT, p.p. Accustomed. E. xliv. p. 179, 1. 14.
WORKE, v. t. To produce. C. 10. P. 266, l. 1. E. xxvii. p.

110, l. 30, liii. p. 213, 1. 8. Influence. E. xlvii. p. 196, l. 29.
WORKE, sb. Pattern. E. v. p. 17, 1. 22, xlv. p. 183, 1. 27.
WOULD = SHOULD. E. iii. p. 13, I. 29, xxii. p. 92,

xxxi. p. 135, 1, 21, xxxii. p. 137, 1. 6, xxxiii. p. 141, 1. 18,

xxxvii. p. 156, 1. 13, xlvi. p. 193, 1. 29.
WROUGHT, P.p. Worked. E. lvi. p. 223, 1. 27.

Y. .
YEELDED, Þ.p. Given, rendered. C. 7. p. 258, 1. 6.
ZELANT, sb. Zealot. E. iii. p. 10, 1. 10.
ZEALES, sb. Zealous efforts. "E. lviii. p. 232, 1. 31.

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