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OUT

PER
Out, 3, 98, 231

44, 62, 91, 113, 115, 118, 165,
disjoined from the Verb, 174, 185, 195, 269
60, 74

Participle, Active, a shibboleth
Ovation, 327, 344

of Dialects, 62, 63, 69, 91, 94,
Over, 3; 7, 98, 231

125, 137
Overking 102

used for a Preposition,
Overlord, 102

246
Overtake, 121

Participle, Passive, 9, 24, 25, 39,
Overthrow, different from throw 61, 70, 82, 83, 88, 94, 106,
over, 52, 179

115, 125, 141, 143, 156, 162,
Overturn, 121

165, 263, 265, 279
Ow, replaces u, 12, 129

Partitive use of of, 29, 52, 53, 60
Owe, 71, 84, 121, 277

Party, a, 244
Owl and Nightingale, the, 140- Passing (used as a Preposition),
142, 252

195, 216
Own, stands for two oldVerbs, 32 Passing rich, 269
Own (proprius), 57, 67, 73, 88, Passive Voice, 9, 13
127, 290

Paston Letters, the, 283
Ox, 3, 218

Path, 3, 4
Oxen, 22, 51

Pay, 220, 300
Oxford, 115, 174, 176, 184, 208, Peace, 152, 219, 229

227, 228, 239, 249, 254, 256, Peacock, 179
257, 259, 265, 289, 299, 321, Peakirk, 69
336

Pecock, Bishop, 83,252, 279-281,
Oxus, the, 1, 11, 15, 166, 233, 283–285, 290, 296, 360
345

Pedibus, 15
Oyez, 239

Pedlar, 123, 124
Pen (includere), 88

Penance, 293
aversion of the Old English | Penco, 194
to, 102, 123

Penology, 328, 347
inserted in words, 121

Pepye, 186, 194
Pack, 123

Peradventure, 238
Pain, 246, 286

Percy Society, 141, 177
Painful, 122

Percy's Reliques, 207, 260, 315
Pair of tongs, 275

Perfect Tense, 8, 9, 10, 16, 225
Paradise Lost, the, 311, 312, -its change from Strong to Weak
319

in the Second Person, 127, 164
Par ma fey, 132, 163

Perfection, 275, 292
Paris, 46, 217, 225, 228, 235, Perhaps, 151, 242, 296
258, 315, 329, 339

Persian, 1, 11, 176
Parker Society, 295, 302

Persons, 137
Parson, 283

of the Tenses of the Verb, Sce
Participle, Active, 9, 24, 25, 30, Present, Perfect, and Plural

P,

PER

PSA
Perugia, 81

Pooh, 287
Peterborough, 47, 54-66, 68, 69, Poor, 219, 223

71-77, 81, 87, 89, 94, 96, 98, Pope, 274, 312, 313, 315, 323,
105, 115, 118, 119, 125, 129, 326
166, 181, 190

Popish, 294
Phillipps, Sir Thomas, the Poem Pore, to, 174
printed by, 84, 115

Portuguese, 339
Philology, Old English, 88 Pot, 123; to go to, 294
Physician, 290

Pour, 151, 213
Picard, 83

Praise, 229, 230
Pick, 123

Pray, 156, 230, 300
Pickwick, 80

Prayer Book, the Anglican, 183,
Piecemeal, 15, 242

195, 221, 240, 269, 300, 312,
Pierce, President, 331

328
Pig, 123

Preacher, the, 228-230
Pin, 179

Precious, 180
Pit of Hell, the Poem, 233 Prefixes, Teutonic, 15, 241
Pitch, 115

- Romance, clipped in England,
Pitt, 318, 341, 342

132, 161, 245; they drive out.
Place, 132, 229

the Teutonic Prefixes, 247
Plank, 187

Prepositions, 16, 26, 27, 28, 29,
Play king, 177

30, 119, 120
Plight, 113

– uncoupled from the Verb, 52,
Plough, 64, 91, 96, 138

60, 74, 98
Plump, to, 179

- Compounds with, 93, 98, 102,
Plumpton Letters, the, 296

170, 231
Plunder, 339

- French, prefixed to English
Plunkett, Lord, 330

roots, 266
Plural, Nominatives, 5, 22, 51, New, 72, 85
94, 95, 102, 166, 167

Present Tense, 8, 9, 10, 38, 39,
of the Present of Verbs, 24,

136, 156
25

expresses the Future, 29
Northern Form of, 49, 50, old German Plural of, 13,62
62, 63, 148

Prestige, 338
Southern Form of, 49, 50, Prick, to, 169
62, 63, 174

Pride, 129
Midland Form of, 62, 63, Primer of 1400, 269-271
94, 125, 143, 147, 156, 162, Printing, influence of, 62
165, 174, 256, 281

Proctorize, 267
Plymouth, 299

Pronouns, 7, 23, 24, 96
Pænitentia, 238

Proper Names, their foreign end-
Pole axe, 97

ings, 247
Poll, 179

Psalter, the Northumbrian, 38,
Pompeii, 47

39, 40, 48, 95, 351

PSA

ROA
Psalter (the one of 1250), 145– Reave, 188, 275

153, 161, 185, 203, 252, 282, Rebuke, 269
290

Record, 239
Puff, 123

Recover, 224, 246
Punch, to, 123

Recuyell, Caxton's, 284, 285, 288
the Journal, 337

Red (ruber), 3
Purvey, the writer, 268

the Suffix, 15, 71
Put, pult, 78, 83, 169, 201 Rede, 301
Puttenham, 286

Redgauntlet, 101
Reduplication of Aryan Verbs, 8,

325
U, replaces cw, 74

Reflexive. See Dative
Q"
- replaces hw, 278

Reformation, the, 28, 54, 74, 294,
Quarterly Review, the, 316

304, 305, 306, 321
Qucen, 4, 128

Regard of, in, 269
Quell= kill, 262

Relative Pronouns, 58, 70, 82,
Quickly, Mrs., 192

120, 136, 149, 192, 193
Quiver llow, 124

Religion, 296
Quoth, 116

Reliquiæ Antiquæ, 136, 142
Renard the Fox, 286

Renew, 246, 247, 266
R.

intrudes into English words, Renown, 238, 243
80, 117, 179, 213

Repent him, 245
sounded strongly by the Irish, Repetition, idiomatic, 175
167

Repropitiate, 302
Ra, the Aryan Suffix, 5, 7

Revile, 243, 326
Raffle, 275

Revisers of the Bible, 302
Ragged, 179

Rhine, peasants of the, 62
Rain, 26

Rich, 3, 69, 224
Rainbow, 129

Riches, 152, 219, 296
Raj, the Aryan root, 6, 168 Richard I., 177
Raise, 98

II., 272, 273
Rake, 114

Rick, the Suffix, 15
Range, to, 122

Riddle, 15
Ransack, 131

Rife, 115
Rape, 131, 250

Right, 60, 78, 101, 137, 186, 281,
Rasp, 131

287
Rate, to, 213

Righteous, 15, 71, 290
Rather (potius), 88, 192

Rime, 237, 282
Ravening, 266, 287

Rimes, English, 79
Re, the French Prefix, 247 Ring, 85
Read, 61

Ritualist, 326
Ready, 90

Rive, 114
Ready money, 189

Roar, 148

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ROB
Robert, Bishop of Lincoln, 143,

195, 196, 227, 254, 256
Robertson, Dr., 317, 318
Rock, to, 115
Rogers, 295
Roe, 86, 116
Roll, to, 291
Rolliad, the, 32
Romance words akin to English

words, 224, 225
Suffixes, 246, 247

its influence on English, 240,
218, 251, 287, 311
Rome, 17, 18, 41, 86, 143, 184,

222, 225, 227, 231, 239, 265,

303, 304, 308
Rood, supplanted, 64, 223, 229
Rooge, 337
Root, 90
Rouen, 217, 235
Rough, 39, 137, 179.
Round, 237, 242
Rove, 287
Ruefully, 191
Rule, 262; rule the roast, 263
Roxburgh Club, 196
Roy, 266, 295, 296, 299
Ruo, 4, 88
Run, 26, 61, 112, 264
Runes, 16, 36, 37, 128, 349
Rushworth Gospels, 42, 48, 351
Russian, 225
Ruthwell Cross, the, 36, 37, 349,

353
Rutland, 46, 47, 56, 69, 72, 73,

177, 182, 183, 184, 210, 211,

259, 262, 275
Rutland, Earl of, 283
Ryle, to, 222

SCO
S, replaces n in the Plural of
Nouns, 51

S, the

7, 61, 104, 105

sh, 91, 94, 129
is added at the end of a

word, 153, 174
Sack, to, 190
Sackless, 334
Sacrilege, 216
Sad, 291
Safe, 34
Salimbene, 222, 226, 227, 228
Salop, 118, 120, 121, 123, 124,

205, 260, 262, 282, 283, 291
Salt, 16
Same, 3, 31, 101, 102, 186, 264,

266
Sandal Castle, 283, 284
Sanglier, 40
Sanscrit, 1-16, 25, 44, 70, 82,

102, 107, 123, 127, 138, 233,

235, 255
Save, 137, 241, 287
Savour, to, 267
Saw, 121
Saxon, 19, 40, 41, 44, 45, 216,

260, 268, 320
Say, 58, 74, 185
Sc, preferred to sh, 112
Scald (poeta), 98
Scalp, 152
Scandinavian, 13, 64, 94, 255,

320. See Danes, Icelandic,
Norse, Swedes
- words in English, 51, 64, 72,
81, 92, 93, 96, 97, 98, 102,
104, 106, 123, 131, 142, 152,

161, 179, 186, 212, 214
Scape, 161
Scarcely, 275
Scare, 98
Scatter, 75
School, 69
Scoff, 179

replaces th in the North,
49, 50, 52, 62, 63, 130, 153

SCO

SI
Scold, 92

Shakespere, 12, 60, 98, 103, 111,
Scorch, 106

124, 148, 151, 154, 171, 260,
Score, 132

299, 304, 307–310
Scorn, 90, 93, 244, 251

Shall, 10, 29, 87, 91, 94, 95, 104,
Scotland, 9, 11, 26, 27, 31, 39, 129, 136, 148, 259

40, 44, 51, 53, 57, 60, 64, 70, Shamefastness, 301
74, 89, 96-101, 103, 105, 106, Shameful, 191
119, 129, 137, 147, 148, 149, Shannon, the, 2, 314
150, 165, 169, 176, 177, 182, She (the old seộ), 3, 29, 43, 44,
191, 238, 276, 305, 306, 334, 58, 73, 129, 165, 256, 263, 282
339

She-beast, 261
Scott, Major, 32

-he-wolf, 269
Sir Walter, 33, 84, 149, 159, Shed, 83

178, 238, 260, 315, 316, 346 Sheep, 22, 43, 218
Scour, 179

Sheepish, 104
Scowl, 123

Sheer, 90
Scraggy, 123

Sheriff, 62
Scrape, 123

Shift, 106
Scratch, 124

Shillingford, 278
Scream, 117

Shimmer, 124
Screech, 95

Shine, 78, 81
Scrip, 174

Shingle, 179
Scrub, 179

Ship, the Suffix, 15
Scullion, 187

Ship (navis), 21, 88
Search, true derivation of, 80 Shipwreck, 266
Seat, 3, 4

Shirt, 90
Second, 186, 242

Shiver (finderc), 90
See, 36, 61

Shiver (tremere), 155
Seek, 80

Shoes, 43, 82, 167
Seem, 114, 117

Shop, 176
Seldom, 15, 120

Shoreham, 252
Self, used as a noun, 100, 290 Should, 61, 74, 82, 94, 279
Sensation, 332

Shove, 88
Serve, 79

Show, 78, 83, 88, 95, 106, 112,
Set at nought, 193

114
Settle, stands fortwo oldVerbs,32 Shrew, 142, 250
Seven, 3

Shrewsbury, 64
Seventh, 41, 59, 166

Shriek, 90, 95
Seventy, 70

Shrift, 88
Severn, the, 114, 242

Shrill, 116, 117, 179
Sew, 4, 261

Shudder, 116
Sexton, 275

Shunt, 152
Sh, or sch, replaces sc, 78, 81, 88, Shy, 123
95, 184

Si, the Kentish Article, 68

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