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INDEX

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WORDS, PHRASES, AND ALLUSIONS EXPLAINED IN THE

FOOT-NOTES.

xiv. 213

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'A, he, or she, (frequent), ii. 21; X. 24 | Abstracts of the time,
A just seven-night, just a week, iv. 184 Abstract, rudiment, germ,
A, omitted in exclamatives, i. 169 Abuse, cheat, delusion,
A world to see, a wonder,

vi. 230; xiv. 280; xvii. 76
Abase, to cast down, to let fall, ix, 158 Abuse, to cheat, to delude,
Abate, to blunt, to dull, ix. 288

vii. 97; xiv. 216
Abate, to except, to omit, ii. 98 Abused, cheated, deluded,
Abated, cast down, depressed, xviii. 276

iv. 248; xv. 137; xvii. 170
A B C-book, an,

x. 14 Aby, to suffer for, to rue, iii. 54, 60
Abhor, law term,
xii. 215 Accept, pass our,

xii. 122
Abhor, to offend, to disgust, xvii. 273 Accepted, acceptable,

xvi. 269
Abhorr'd ends, punishments, iv. 93 Accite, to summon, xi. 266; xiii. 8
Abide, to sojourn, to visit, vii. 208 Accommodated, Bardolph's, xi. 214
Abide, to suffer for, xiv. 64, 78 Accost, to approach, to salute, V, 144
Abjects, the Queen's,

ix. 146 Accosting, lip-salutation,
Able, to uphold, to justify, xv, 129 Account, accounted,

xix. 12
Abode, delay, tarrying, iii, 151 Account, array,
Abode, to forebode, to presage, xii. 168 Accuse, accusation,

viii, 183
About, my brain!

xiv. 215 Ache, sounded like H,
Abortive, monstrous birth, x. 64 Aches, a dissyllable, vii. 32; xv. 206
Abortive, without reason, viii. 210 Acknown on't, be not,

xvii, 238
Abram, epithet of colour,

Acquit, acquitted,
xiii, 154; xviii. 238 Acquittance, to acquit,
Abridgment, pastime,

xvi. 297

xiii, 231

iv, 213
XX. 188

iii. 78 Act, action, operation,
Abridgments, players,

xiv. 162; xviii, 28, 99; xix. 94
Absent time, advantage of the, X. 183 Actæan, with Ringwood, vi. 35
Absolute, finished, perfect, xix. 65, 162 Act and use, sets it in,
Abstract, brief statement, vi. 82 Act, urged me in his,

xvi. 38
Abstract for concrete, vii. 64 | Acts, effects, workings,

ix. 287
ix. 232

xiv. 209

xi. 241

xvi. 41
xv. 70

X. 79

X. 190

9

ii. 71

vi. 33

vii. 99

xvii. 94

Active and passive confounded, Advised, careful, thoughtful, wany,

iii. 9; vii, 25; X. 102; xiii. 121 ii. 70; iii, 120; ix. 186; xii. 18;
Acture, action,

xix. 3.6
Adam Bell, allusion to, iv. 164 Advised respect,
Adam new apparell'd,

i. 124 Advisedly, carefully, deliberately,
Adam, the penalty of,

V. 29

iii, 221; xix. 300; XX. 15. 76
Adamant, lodestone, iii. 31; xvi. 267 Affect, to crave, to take to,
Adder's double tongue,

xii, 165; xv.
Adder and bright day, xiv. 35 Affect, to resemble,
Addition, title, designation,

Affect the letter, to alliterate, ii. 51
iv. 53; vi. 49; xv. 15; xvi. 205 Affection, affectation,
Address thy gait unto her, V, 149 Affection, aspiration,

vii. 256
Address'd, prepared, made ready, Affecting, affected,
ii. 26; iii. 160; xix. 44; XX. 68 Affection'd, affected,

V. 172
Adhere, to cohere, to fit, xvii. 37 Affection, impulse, passion,
Admiral, naval term, xi. 90; xvi. 90

iii. 192; xi. 245; xiv. 35
Admiration, wonder, xiv, 161; xv. 40 Affection, lust, sensual desire,
Admire, to wonder,

vii. 148; xvi. 243; XX. 27
Admired, wonderful,

Affects, affections, passions,
xvii. 74; xviii. II vi. 180; X. 159; xiv, 252; xvii. 187
Admittance, a man of great, vi. 46 | Affeer, to assess,
Adonis's gardens,
viii. 31 Affined, bound, required,

xvii, 163
Adore, to honour, to respect, XV. 213 Affined, joined by afinity,

xvi. 215
Adulation, titles blown from, xii. 86 Affliction, infliction,

XV. 82
Adulterate, adulterous, ix. 249 Affront, to meet, to encounter,
Advance, to lift up, to raise,

vii. 248; xiv, 218; xvi. 266;
vii. 34; ix. 150; xvi. 502
Advanced plumes, raised feathers, Affy, to betroth, to afhance,

ii. 223; viii. 211
Advantage, opportunity,

Affy, to trust, to confide in,

xiii.
viii. 52; xvii. 188, 238 Afore me, an oathlet, xili, 203
Advantageable, advantageous, xii. 122 After, according to,

xviii. 307
Adversaries, opposing counsel, ii. 172 After, at the rate of,
Advertise, to instruct, to counsel, Agate, dwarfish person, iv, 198
vi. 134, 237 Agate, manned with an,

xi. 163
Advertisement, information,

Agate-stone, alderman's,

iv. 234; xi. 89 Agates, carved into cameos,
Advertised, notified,
ix. 265 Agazed on, aghast at,

viii. 12
Advice, knowledge, study, i. 192 Agèd, old; the intensive,
Advice, reflection, deliberation, Age, policy and reverence of, xv. 24
ii. 156; iii. 208; vi. 241; viii. Age, life would not yield to, XV. 107

169; xii. 33 Age, right of seniority, xiii, 8
Advise, to bethink, to reflect,

Age, the golden,

vii. 46
V. 221; xii. 69: xiii. 210; xv. 49 | Age unnecessary,

xviii. 113

V. 180

vi. 159

xiii. 145

ii. 32

vii. SI

vi. 48

xix. 200

vi. 49

ji. 100

ix. 285
vii. 14
xviii. 234

Ages, the seven of man, V. 50 | Allow, to approve, to prove,
Aggravate his style,

v. 142; vii, 151; xi. 235; xv.
Aggravate, to increase, XX. 167

72; xx. 148
Aglet-baby, carved image, ii. 165 Allow us as we prove,

xvi. 264
Aglets, small ornaments, xix. 195 Allusion, play, sport,

ii. 51
Agnize, to acknowledge, xvii. 185 Alms-drink, made him drink, xvi. 63
A-good, heartily, in earnest, i. 233 Alms-basket of words, ii. 72
Aim, guess, i. 201; xiv, 19; xvii, 176 Alone, repeated for jingle, i. 94
Aim, to aim at, to seek,

i. 111 Along of, because of, ii. 28; viii. 81
Aim of dangerous shot, ix. 250 Alow, low down,
Aim, to guess, ii. 181; iv. 204; ix. 63 Alteration, he's full of,

XV. 140
Air, drink the free,
XV. 200 Alteration of honour,

XV. 274
Air, a charter'd libertine, xii. 9 Althea's fire-brand,

xi. 186
Air, look, appearance,

Amaimon, a demon,

xi. 62
vii. 250; xvii. 86 Amaimon and Barbason,
Ajax is their fool,

xv. 59 Amain, strongly, swiftly, i. 83
Ajax unknown,

xvi. 272 Amaze, to bewilder,
Ajax, with quibble,

xi. 126; xvii. 276; xviii. 113
Alarm, all arm; to arms! xviii. 203 Amaze, to appal, to dismay, viii. 91
A la stoccata, stabber, xili. 183 Amaze the welkin,
Alas the while,

iii. 136 Amazement, anguish,
Alchemy, allusion to, xiv. 34; xv. 83 Amazonian chins,
Alcides, Hercules, iii. 136; xvi. 223 Ambition o'erleaps itself,

xvii. 36
Alder-liefest, dearest of all, viii. 134 Ambitious, substance of the, xiv. 200
Ale, a church festival,
i. 194 Ames-ace, both aces,

iv. 51
Alexander, a thing made for, xviii. 321 Amiable, loving, amorous,
A-life, as my life, mightily, vii. 222 Amiss, fault, misbehaviour,
Alike, in common,

xiv. 267; xix. 285; XX. ICO
All, altogether, vii. 93; xv. 136; xix. 53 Amiss, lacking, wanting, XV. 2413
Allay the good precedence, xvi. 54 Amort, dispirited, downcast,
Allaying Tiber, water, xviii. 220

ii. 216; viii, 65
All-hallow Summer,
xi. 20 Amplify too-much, to,

XV. 154
Alligator stuff'd, an,

xiii. 231 Anatomize, to explain, to expose,
All, intensive prefix,

ii. 45; iv. 93; v. 13
All may be well,

xiv. 244 Anchor, anchoret, hermit,
All of precept, action, vi. 202 Ancient, agèd, veteran,
All-obeying, all-obeyed, xvi. 100 Ancient, an old faced,
All the world's a stage,
v. 50 Ancient, ensign,

xvii. 163
Allottery, portion,

10 Ancient Pistol,
Allowance, approval, sanction,

Ancient of war,

XV. 141
xii. 243;
xv. 39; xvi. 219; Ancient, past, by-gone,

xi. 191
xviii. 267 Andirons, winking Cupids, xviii. 56
Allowed Fool, jester,

V. 153 And, redundant,
Allowed, privileged,

ii. 95

V. 240 ; xv. 83; xvi. 217
xiii. 134

vi. 47

xii. 177

xix. 57

xiv, 231

ix. 247
xi. 105

xi. 195

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ii. 74
ix. 40

iv. 71

i. 119
ii. 41

X. 134

xi. 89

11. 152
vii. 235

And there an end,
X. 226 Apollo and Daphne,

xvi. 2012
Angel, a gold coin,

Apoplexy, epilepsy,

xi. 245
iii. 156; vi. 22; X. 41; xi. 104 Apostle-spoons,

xii. 280
Angel, a guileless, good soul, ii. 212 Appaid, pleased, satisfied,
Angel becomes a fear, xvi. 50 Apparel thy head, put on hat,
Angel, good genius, better self, xiv. 80 Apparent, heir-apparent,
Angel, messenger,

xix. 137 Apparent, evident, manifest,
Angels officed all,

viii. 85; ix. 193; xiv. 45
Angels, with our spleens, vi. 165 Apparently, evidently,
Angel, your ill is light, xi. 168 Apparitors, summoners,
Anger, to grieve, to distress,

Appeach, to accuse, iv. 32; x. 320
xi. 192; xv. 108 Appeal, accusation,

xvi. So
Angle, bait, lure,

vii. 204 Appeal, to accuse,
An, equivalent for if,

iii. 20 Appear, to manifest, to show,
An is, if; reduplicative,

iv. 168 ; xvi. 268; xviii. 96, 283
ii. 7; vii. 58; viii. 88; xii. 47 Apperil, peril,

XV. 209
Anne Page speaks small, vi. 9 Apple-john, variety of apple,
Anon, presently,
xvii. 12 Applying wet to wet,

XX. 183
Another Nature, dumb, xviii. 55 Apply, to attach itself,

xvii. 65
Answer mere nature,

xv. 265 Apply, to pły, to prosecute,
Answer others' merits xvi. 152 Appointed, accoutred,
Answer, resentment,

XV. II1 Appointment, equipment, outfit,
Answer right painted cloth, V. 64 vi. 181; xi. 21; xiv. 278; xvi.
Answer, to meet in battle,

294; xix. 153
Answer, to recompense,

xviii. 326 Apprehension, mental quickness, xii. 74
Anthropophagi, &c., xvii. 181 Apprehensions, outfly our,

xvi. 278
Anthropophaginian,

vi. 92 Apprehension, sarcasm,
Antic, buffoon, jester,

iv. 214; viii. 46
iv. 198; X. 195; xii. 52; xvi. 324 Apprehensive, intelligent,

xiv. 63
Antic disposition,

xiv. 184 Approbation, proving,
Antic, comic dance,

xix. 220 Approof, approval,
Antic, to make buffoons, xvi. 69

iv. 23; vi. 178; xvi. 73
An-though, although, vii. 243; xix. 36 Appropriation, addition,
Anticipate, to prevent, xvii. 87 Approve, to prove, to make good,
Antipodes, hold day with the, iii, 216 iii. 172; x. 150; xv. 61; xvi.
Antoniad, Cleopatra's ship, xiv. 90

12; xvii. 32
Antony in holy course, xiv. 12 Approve, to confirm, to justify, xii. 210
Antres, caverns,
xvii. 181 Approve, to put to the proof,

xi. 48
Ant, set to school to an, xv. 66 Approve our eyes,
Anvil of my sword, xviii. 290 Approved in, proved to be in, xvii. 214
Apace, rapidly, quickly,

Approver, one who tries,

xviii. 53
v. 69; xvii. 67 Appurtenance, appertaining's, xiv. 200
Ape, like the famous, xiv. 255 April, well-apparell'd,
Ape, term of fondness, xiii. 155 April, youth, freshness, XV. 256

xiv. 107

xii. 13

vii, 123

xiv. 145

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