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Christianity, 20, 93, 103, 240,

304
Latin words, too grand to be

Englished, 293
Latter, 120
Laugh, 121, 179, 287
Laughter, 185
Law, 71, 80, 224. See Brother-

in-Law
Law (a hill), 41
Lawyer, 176, 235, 239, 240, 290
Lay, 58, 87, 95, 191

for jacere, 164
Layamon, 93, 110–117, 136, 150,

153, 161, 174, 184, 185, 220,
221, 226, 231, 241, 246, 252,

256, 262, 276
Leap, 106
Lear, King, 110, 111, 207, 260,

308
Learn, 95
Least, 116
Leather, 16
Led, 74, 95
Leech, 80, 95, 233-235, 315
Leeds, 260
Left (levus), 78, 82
Leg, 153
Leghorn, 138
Leicester, 41, 45, 47, 165, 184
Leland, 290
Leman, 129
Lend, lent, 261, 290
Less, the Suffix, 15
Lest, 78, 81
Let (obstare), 302, 337
Let (permisit), 74, 290
Let, the Suffix, 247
Let, replaces the Old Impera-

tive, 29, 158
Lever, his Sermons, 361
Levin, 131
Lowd, 282
Lewes, 158, 176, 177, 237

LOO
Leggc, the Norse ending, 96
Liar, 50, 82
Liber de Antiquis Legibus, 136
Lice, 22
Lichfield, 102
Lick, 4, 84
Lie, 49, 62, 87
Lief, 87, 286, 318
Light, 39, 59
Lighten, 185
Lightening, 191
Lika, the Lithuanian, 13
Like, the Suffix, 6

its Adverbial use, 31
Likewise, 287, 291
Lincoln, 41, 42, 45, 62, 63, 94,

136, 143, 147, 151, 164, 165,
182-185, 188, 189, 192, 202,

211, 284
Lincolneers, 247
Lindisfarne Gospels, the, 48, 57,

352
Ling, the Suffix, 15
Lion, 220
Lithuanians, 12, 13, 138
Lives of Saints, 177, 232
Livy, 327
Lloyd, 84
Lo, 101, 121
Loadstar, 191, 212
Loaf, 167
Loan, 121
Locate, 325
Lollards, the, 86, 269, 272, 280,

282
London, 45, 51, 57, 69, 73, 99,

112, 136, 147, 156, 184, 188,
210, 237, 249-254, 256, 257,
259, 263, 274-279, 283, 284,

286, 289, 308, 321, 346, 361
London town, 194
Long, 40, 69, 335
Loose, 4, 120
Loot, 339

MER

LOR
Lord, 52, 59, 194, 256
Lord, to, 151
Lording, 129, 164, 201
Lost, 175, 189
Lot, 82
Loth, 128
Lothian, 51, 124
Louer, the French, 32
Loughborough, 138
Loup, 106, 166
Louring, 142
Love, 3, 16, 25, 58, 61, 126
Low, 72
Low German, 13, 39, 84, 105,

123, 175, 179, 255, 306
Lower, to, 72
Lucera, 245
Luck, 214, 275, 287
Ludlow, 283, 284
Lukewarm, 90
Lurk, 152
Luther, 300, 306
Ly, the Suffix. See Like
Lych-gate, 102
Lycidas, the, 311
Lydgate, 276, 278, 297

the Suffix of First Person

M, thPresent, 36

Man, 4, 162
Man, its Plural, 22
Man =one, 28, 60, 155, 193
Mandeville, 196, 210, 262–265,

275, 278, 358
Mane, 179
Mankind, 87, 143
Manner, 219, 220, 244
Manning. See Brunne, Robert of
Many, followed by an, 112, 164,

185
Marble, 220
March, Dr., 28, 29, 330, 336, 370
Margaret, St., Legend of, 84,

115-118
Marie, her Lays, 228
Marisco, Adam de, 227, 228
Mark, 113
Markisesse, 275
Marquis, 275
Marsh, Mr., 216, 294, 303, 330,

341
Mary, 220
Mate (maca), 95, 176
Matrimony, form of, 271, 272
Matthew, St., 83, 86, 220
Matthew Paris, 195, 231
Mattock, 246
May, 10, 49, 58, 87, 129
Mayest, 91
Mazed, 122
M.Crie, Dr., 316
Me, 23, 60
Me Lord, 287
Mead, 6
Mean, 74, 116
Means, 275, 278
Mean time, 262, 278
Meditaciuns on the Soper, 196,

256
Meek, 90
Melibeus, tale of, 326
Ment, the Roman Suffix, 247
Merchant, 236

cast out of the middle of a
word, 261
Ma, the Aryan Suffix to Roots, 5

the Aryan Suffix of Superla-

tives, 7
Macaulay, Lord, 121, 252, 300,

303, 316
Macedoyne, 180
Mackenzie, 70
Made, 129, 256
Maiden, 11, 87
Majesty, 153, 246
Mall, Dr., 162, 163
Mallory, 280, 281, 319
Malvern, Abbot, 298

MER

NEA
Mercia, 19, 41, 45, 47, 48, 55, | Most replaces the - Superlative,

68, 94, 142, 143, 162, 180, 260 121, 264
Mercy, 219

Mother, 4, 290
Mesh, 142

Mouldy, 122
Messer, 222

Mountbenjerlaw, 41
Mest, replaces the older ma, 7 Mouse, mice, 3, 22
Mete, 32

Mowed (wrong), 309
Mi, Verbs in, 4, 8, 10, 13, 36 Much, 7, 67, 70, 71, 78, 81, 86,
Mid (cum), 107, 163, 256

137, 163, 166, 184, 185, 266
Middle Voice, 29, 42

Muck, 131
Middlemarch, 229

Mulberry, 152
Middlesex, 209, 210

Mulcaster, 307
Midst, 290

Mun (must), 104, 165
Midwife, 187

Murder, 4
Might, main, 34, 61, 71, 186 Murderer, 264
Might be, for was, 151

Must, 10, 29, 104, 130
Mill, 4

My, 67, 70
Milton, 124, 187, 274, 304, 309, Myself, 30
311, 312, 336

Mystery, 223
Mind, 3, 187, 243
Mine, 23
Miner, 246

150, ,
Mingle, 121

cast out, 25, 62, 70, 74, 98,
Minot, 252, 311

177, 188, 261
Mirc, the Poet, 248

- its interchange with l, 106,245
Mis, the Prefix, 15, 287

the Possessive mark, 6
Mistrust, 247, 287

Na, the Aryan Suffix, 6, 9
Mitrailleuse, 238

Nævius, 11, 248
Mobocracy, 247

Nag, 214
Monger, 236

Nail, 87, 102
Monk, Dr., 317

Nairne, Lady, 103, 119
Moodiness, 96

Naked, 104
Moore, 194, 316

Name, 3, 5, 59, 88
Mope, 177

Nap, 89
Moral Ode, the, 84

Napier, 89
More, 7, 69, 73, 154, 302

Naples, 184
More, Sir Thomas, 289, 293, 294 Narrow, 74
Moreover, 130

Nassington, 26+
Morning, 142

Naught, 39, 79
Morris, Dr., 1, 42, 79, 83, 87, 89, Naughty, 294

91, 119, 124, 125, 165, 188, Nay, 87, 266, 294

217, 226, 230, 336, 369, 370 Ne, 73, 129, 137
Morris, the Poet, 252, 319, 367 Near, 81, 85
Most, 3, 7, 88

Neat, 148

N, infice. 166.21844, 122, 142,

NEE

NUM
Needs, 8

Normandy, 244
Negation, the Old English form Normans, the, 57, 79, 206
of, 28, 174, 297

Norse, 14, 17, 18, 37, 39, 40, 41,
Negative forms, 28, 73, 129

42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 51,
Neigh, 179

55, 61, 72, 84, 88, 96, 100,
Neighbour, 147, 185

102, 104, 105, 106, 129, 148,
Nelson, 42

161, 165, 166, 180, 182, 186,
Nemo, 100

253, 286. See Danes, Scandi-
Nephew, 74, 224

navians
Ness, the Suffix, 15, 96, 247, 248 Norse words in England, 51, 63,
Never, 52, 116

64, 88, 90, 91, 92, 93, 114, 116,
Nevertheless, 118

117, 122, 123, 131, 152, 153,
New, 3, 74

169, 174, 176, 177, 178, 185,
New English, the, 47, 51, 55, 187, 250, 255, 291, 310

70. See Chapters III. and V. Northampton, 41, 45, 47, 64, 94,
Newe fangel, 275

162, 181, 184
Nice, its senses in England, Northern English, 27, 37, 38, 39,
243, 244, 313

40, 49, 50, 52, 57, 62, 70, 85,
Nickname, 187, 188

86, 87, 95, 96, 105, 107, 117,
Nicodemus, 103

125, 128, 136, 146, 148, 151,
Niggard, 187

161, 162, 165, 166, 168, 184,
Nigh, 71, 85, 147, 185

185, 202–204, 260, 262, 264,
Night, 4, 171

266, 269, 271, 276, 277, 278,
Nightingale, 142

281, 282, 283, 287, 308, 312,
Nill, negative of will, 129, 266 316, 320
Nim, or nam, to take or go, 8, 9, Northumbria, 10, 19, 27, 35, 36,

14, 74, 107, 130, 165, 184, 250 37, 38, 40, 41, 46, 48, 51, 52,
Nine, 3

54, 55, 58, 61, 62, 73, 94, 95,
No, 3, 118

96, 104, 138, 146
No-at all, 275

Not (noht), replaces na and ne
No, Scotch use of, 40

in the North, 48, 60, 73, 91,
No more, 137

137, 162, 194
Nobbut, 266

Not only, 31, 193
Nolt, 97

Nothing, 69, 80, 91
Nonce, 88

Nottingham, 41, 45, 94, 143
None, 59, 69, 74, 100, 137 Nought, 39, 71, 80
Nook, 114

Now, 3, 31
Nor, 112, 136, 184, 186, 262, Now a dayes, 274
285, 291

Nowhere, 80, 185
Norfolk, 41, 124, 191, 196, 200, Nu, the Aryan Suffix to Verbs,
238, 258, 278

6
Norman Conquest, the, 7, 20, Numb, 8, 14, 107

26, 51, 52, 79, 93, 103, 190, Numeral adverbs, first end with
216, 221, 241. Sce Conquest

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Nutmeg, 179
Nym, Corporal, 107

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ways, 86

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its sound expressed in ten
replaces a, 39, 40, 67, 69, 70,
73, 80, 85, 86, 88, 89, 91,111,
118, 126, 129, 136, 148, 162,
166, 184, 290
replaces a, 121
replaces ė, 85, 261, 274
replaces co, 61
the old ending of the First
Person of the Present Tense,

38, 39
Oa replaces a, 86, 116
Occleve, 276
Ockley, 312
De replaces é in the North, 39,

40, 49
O’er, for over, 147
Of, 3, 27, 29, 49, 51, 52, 53, 60,

68, 78, 81, 170,223. Sce Par-
titive

the parent of off, 52, 81, 89
Often, 129
Oftentime, 193, 269, 287
Og (et), 96
Oho, 287
Oi, a new sound in English, 222
Oil, 152
Ol, the Suffix, 12
Old English Miscellany, an, 154,

175
Old-fashioned words and forms,

287, 290, 292, 296, 301, 302
On, the Preposition, 3
On condition that, 269
On, softened into o, 64
On, the French, 28, 119, 155,

193
Once (semel), 59, 126, 193,

290
Once (olim), 193

OUS
One, for ân, 28, 67, 69, 89, 175,
290
fastened to each, 81, 100
stands for man, 119, 126,
155, 175, 188, 193, 266
takes al for a Prefix, 101

takes w before it, 283, 291
One of these days, 193
Only, the modern form of an,

31, 120, 127, 192, 221
Oo, replaces o, 44, 91, 128, 274

replaces u, 91
Or, 101, 130
Orcagna, 274
Orchard, 86
Ordinals, the, 166
Orm, 41
Ormulum, the, 92-111, 124, 148,

170, 301
Orr (privative), 98, 99
Orrmin, 90-110, 112, 116, 117,

121, 126-130, 137, 142, 149,
154, 165, 167, 190, 195, 220,
221, 232, 234, 244, 252, 266,

285, 338
Oth (usque ad), 74, 162
Othello, 308
Other, 3, 7, 25
Other, the, referring to past time,

141
Otherwise, 81
Ou replaces eow, 85

replaces 0, 85, 128, 147, 184,
274

replaces u, 85, 126, 129, 137,
138, 147, 330
replaces oh, 80

sounded in many ways, 138
Ought (aliquid), 101

(debeo), 71, 73, 83, 87,

161
Our, 23, 138
Ours, 100
Ous, the Suffix, 247, 262, 279

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