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A.

Adam, prop. n., 237, 258. Lat. Aa, interj, 0, 733.

Adam. abate, v. tr., put an end to: inf. adoun, adv., down, 953. OE. 1356. OF. abatre.

ādūne<of dūne. abayst, pp., abashed, confounded, adrez, adv., away, off, 71. See

149. OF. abaiss-, from abair. dry3, adj. Abdama, prop. n., Admah, 958 afraye, v. tr., disturb, arouse: pret. (Gen. 10. 19). Lat. Adama.

3 pl. 1780. OF. effreier. abof, adv., above, 1409, 1464, 1481 : after, adv., afterward, 261, 570, above, 1382. OE. ābufan.

1050, 1239, 1530; behind, 503. abof, prep., above, 38, 1120. OE. OE. æfter. ābufan.

after, conj., 442. abominacion, n.,

abomination: pl. after, prep., 6, 420, 681, 770, 857, 930, -es, 1173. OF. abomination.

1639, 1750, 1796; for, 619, 1098, aboute, adv., around, round about, 1345; temporal, 650, 1755. OE.

83, 346, 443, 483, 618, 1390, 1424, æfter.

1475: abowte, 30. OE. ābūtan. agayn, adv., again, 1705: azayn, aboute, prep., round about, 78, 817, 665. OE. ongēan, -gegn; infl.

956, 1185, 1294, 1417, 1694; near, by ON. i gegn.
in, 1251: aboutte, 1084; abowte, agayn, prep., against, 1228;
1638. OE. ābūtan.

trary to, 266, 826; agayne, 826. Abraham, prop. n., 601, 604, 643, agaynes, prep., against, 1711; con

678, 688, 713, 745, 761, 924, 1001: trary to, 611: agaynez, 611. Abram, 647; Habraham, 682; agayntote, n., looking back, 931. gen. sg. Abrahamez, 650. Lat. Cf. OE. tōtian, v. Abraham.

age, n., 426, 656. OF. age. abyde, v. intr., abide, remain, 365, azly, adv., fearfully, dreadfully, 874,

436, 1673; tr. await, 486, 764, 937. Cf. ON. agi, n. 856: inf. 764; abide, 856, 1673; azt, adj., eight, 24, 357; as pron., 3 sg. -2, 436, 486; pret. 3 sg. azte, 331. OE. eahta, æhta. abod, 365. OE. ābidan.

azt, V., see oge. abyme, n., abyss, 214, 363, 963. OF. aztsum, adj., one of eight, 411. abi(s)me.

al, adj., all, 2, 5, 260, 339, etc.; the abyt, n., clothing, 141. OF. (h)abit. whole, 264, 313, 323, 355, etc.; achape, v. tr., escape: pret. 3 sg. as pron., everything, 17, 19, 259, 970. OF. eschaper, achaper.

308, etc.; everybody, 62, 163, 393, achaufe, v. tr., kindle, arouse: pp. 1231 ; referring to both men and 1143. OF. eschaufer.

animals, 360, 361, 362: sg. al,

con

17, 59, 249, 779, etc., alle, 260, also, adv., 65, 88, 340, 391, 656, 722, 339, 396, etc.; pl. alle, 2, 5, 42, 1302, 1323: als, 194, 253, 268, III, etc.; gen. pl. in cpds. alber- 351, 827, 924, 1033, 1275, 1301, (q. v.). OE. eall, all. See also 1526; alce, 1377. OE. eall + alle-kynez.

swā. al, adv., wholly, quite, completely, altogeder, entirely, wholly, 15. OE.

247, 345, 381, 488, 643, 834, 891, eall + tögædere. 1003, 1114, 1254; very much, alberfayrest, superl. adj., fairest of greatly, 715, 1553; al aboute, 83,

all, 1379.

OE. ealra + fægerost. 346: alle, 14, 346, 367, 965. OE. alberfynest, superl. adj., finest of eall, all.

all, 1637. OE. ealra, OF. fin. * alabaundaryne, n., a precious alberrychest, superl. adj., richest

stone of a red or violet color, of all, 1666. OE. ealra + ricost. now called 'almandine': pl. -S, alberswettest, superl. adj., sweetest 1470. Lat. alabandina, OF. ala- of all, 699. OE. ealra + swētost. baundine.

alum, n., 1035. OF. alum. alarom, n., alarm, 1207. OF. amaffised, perhaps for amattised, alarme.

amethystine, 1470. aldest, see olde.

amaraunt, n., emerald: pl. amaaled, see hale.

raunz, 1470. OF. esmeraude, w. aliche, see iliche.

intrusive n, and perhaps conalkaran, n. (properly alkatran), fused with 'amaranthe.'

mineral pitch, 1035. OF. alka- ame, v. tr., esteem, consider: pret. tran, Arab. al-qatrān.

I sg. 698. OF. esmer, Picard allas, interj., alas, 853. OF. (h)alas.

amen, n., 1812. Lat. amen. alle-kynez, adj., of every kind, 303. amende, v. tr., rectify, remedy: Originally gen.

alles cynnes. pp. 248. OF. amender. OE. eall + cynn.

amonest, admonish, warn: 3 sg. allyt, 599 (see note).

-es, 818. OF. amonester. alofte, adv., aloft, 1183. LOE. on

among, prep., among, 774: amonge, lofte, ON. ä lopti. See also 25. Adv. at intervals, 1414. OE. lofte.

on gemong alog, adv., in a low voice, softly, amount, v. intr., arise: pret. 3 sg. 670. See log.

395. AN. amunter, OF. amonter. alone, adv., 784, 1512. OE. eall + Ananie, prop. n., Hananiah, 1301 ān.

(Dan. 1. 6). OF. Ananie. along, adv., 769; as adj. in phrase and, conj., 2, 4, 7, 8, etc.; in ad

‘alle alonge day, all through versative sense, often = but, 208, the day, 476. OE. andlang.

265, 805, 935, 1165; if, 730, 739, alose, v. tr., pp., famed, 274. OF. 864, 1346: ande, 1469, 1474, 1625, aloser.

1809. OE. and. als, also, see as.

angel, see aungel.

amer.

ancor.

V.

armes.

anger, n., anger, rage, 572; fit of

arc, see ark. anger, 1602. ON. angr.

are, adv., before, 438, 1128. ON. år. angre, adj., sharp, bitter, 1035. arest, v. intr., stop: pret. 3 sg. ankre, n., anchor: pl. -2, 418. OE. arest, 766. OF. arester.

arze, v. intr., be afraid, disheartanon, adv., at once, forthwith, 480, ened, 713; tr., frighten, 572: 1741. OE. on ān(e).

pret. 3 sg. 572, 713. OE. eargian. anornement, n., ornamentation, ark, n., 317, 329, 335, 357, 411, 479, decoration: pl. -es, 1290.

Cf.

485: arc, 413. OE. earc. ME. ano(u)rn, (adapted arm, n., pl.: -ez, 643; -es, 1667. from OF. ao(u)rner).

OE, earm. anoper, adj., another, a second, 469, Armene, adj., Armenian, 447. OF. 481, 1755;

as pron. 65, 1668. Armenie, n. OE. ān õber.

armes, (pl. only) n., arms, weapons, anoynt, v. tr., anoint: pp. 1446, 1306; ledes of armes, 1773. OF.

1497. OF. enoynt, pp. anunder, prep., under, beneath, 609, as, adv., like, as, 208, 222, 284, 456, 1206, 1378, 1409.

Adv. ber 554, 556, 577, 639, 641, 695, 750, anunder, underneath, 1012. OE. 783, 838, 1011, 1018, 1022, 1269, on + under.

1319, 1656, 1675;

after neg. any, adj., 30, 76, 420, 548, etc.; pl. so much as, 579; such as, for

252; ani on, 42: ani, 42, 99, 984. example, 7, 14, 179, 1035, 1044, OE. ænig.

1093, 1301, 1576; introd. inf., aparaunt, n., dependency, 1007. 520, 567; introd. noun in apposiOF. aparant.

tion, 1007, 1217, 1324, 1748; in apere, v. intr., appear: pret. 3 sg. phrases: als(o) tyd, 64, 935,

1533. OF. aper-, from aparoir. 1099, 1213; als (as) fast, 440, apert, adv., plainly, openly, 1463. 1648, 1751; as bylyve, 1239; as OF. apert.

swybe, 1619; correl. with 'so,' apparement, n., ornaments, 1270. ‘such,' 190, 202, 640, 748, 1046, OF. aparement.

1075, 1076; correl. with ‘as,' apple, n., 241; apple garnade, ‘als,' 'also,' 886, 984, 1046, 1134,

pomegranate, 1044. OE. æppel. 1516, 1527: als, 64, 1068, 1134, aproche, v. intr., approach: inf. 1324, 1648, 1730, 1751; also, 984, 68, 147 (tr.); 3 pl. -n, 8; ?pres. 1045, 1099, 1792.

OE. eall + subj. 2 sg. aproch, 167; pret. swā.

3 pl. 1781. OF. aprocher. as, conj., as, just as, 25, 29, 51, 95, apyke, v. tr., adorn, array, 1637: 110, 203, 223, 226, 297, 348, 351, pp. 1479. Etym. obscure.

360, 411, etc.; according as, 92; araye, v. tr., dress, attire, 134, 812, while, 133, 443, 645, 769, 784, 787,

816; set in order, 1442; adorn, 1520; as if, as though, 82, 611, 1458: Pp. (all cases). OF. 671, 1142, 1466, 1484, 1527, 1581; areier.

also as, just as, 1618; as sone

as, 219; als: much as, 1730; ber(e) as, where, when, 24, 769.

OE, eall + swā. asayl, v. tr., assail: pret. 3 sg. 1188.

OF. asaillir. ascape, v. intr., escape; tr. 569:

pret. 3 sg. 569; 3 pl. asscaped,

1776. NF. escaper, ascaper. ascry, n., outcry, alarm, clamor,

1784: askry, 1206; asscry, 838.

OF. escrie. asent, n., accord, in phrase "in

asent,' together, 788. OF. as

sent. ask, v. tr., ask, 924, 1098; require,

2, 1127, 1742; seek, 1109: 2 sg. -es, 1109; 3 sg. -ez, 2; -es, 1127; 3 pl. ask, 1098; pret. 3 sg. 924,

1742. OE. āscian. askez, n., in pl., ashes, 626, 736,

1010: askes, 1048, 1292. OE.

asce, sg. aspaltoun, n., asphalt, 1038. OF.

asphaltoun. asse, n., ass, 1086: pl. -S, 1676. OE.

732, 909, 963, 1086, 1672; at bis onez, 624, 801; at a slyp, 1264.

OE. æt. atlyng, vbl. n., purpose, intention,

688. See attle. a-traverce, adv., crosswise, 1473.

OF. a travers. attle, v. tr., ordain: pp. 207. ON.

ætla. attyre, v. tr., attire: pp. 36; atyred,

114. OF. atirer. atwappe, v. tr., escape: inf. 1205.

See wappe. apel, adj., noble, illustrious, excel

lent, fine; 207, 258, 329, 411, 761, 940, 1276, 1314, 1443, 1451. OE.

ædele. * aucly, adj., awry, amiss, 795 (see

note). aunceter, n., forefather: gen. sg.

-ez, 258. OF. ancestre. aune, adj., own, II, 1659, 1707 :

auen, 595, 1222; owne, 75. OE.

āgen. aungel, n., angel: pl. -ez, 207, 240,

895, 937, 941; -es, 1664; -s, 782, 795; aungelles, 1081; an

gelez, 19. OF. angele. aunter, n., marvel: pl. -es, 1600.

OF. aventure. auter, n., altar, 10, 506, 1276, 1443,

1451, 1477. OF. auter. auwhere, adv., anywhere, 30. OE.

ā+ hwãr. avaunt, n., promise, 664. Cf. OF.

ava (u)nter, boast. avay, v. tr., inform: pp. 1311. OF.

assa.

assemble, v. intr., 1364: tr. 1769;

pp. 1769. OF. assembler. assyse, n., manner, fashion, 639:

asyse, 844. OF. assise. asure, n., lapis lazuli, 1411: azer,

1457. OF. asur, azur. astele, V., escape from, slip from

(w. dat.): pret. 3 sg. astel, 1524.

OE. æt + stelan. at, prep., 40, 70, 94, 95, etc.; of,

924; from, 1619; according to, 348; with both casual and temporal meaning, 632, 1163; idiomatic phrases: at a brayde, 539; at ese, 124; at be last(e). 446, 888, 1096, 1193; at lyttel, 1710; at onez, 402, 519, 566, 672,

in avei-, from avier

.

avayment, n., exhibition, 1358.

OF. aveiement. avised, part. adj., determined, 1365.

OF. aviser.

avow, v. tr., vow, promise: I sg.

664. OF. avouer. avoy, exclam., fie, 863. OF. avoi. avyl, v. tr., defile: pret. 3 sg. 1151;

pp. 1713. OF. aviler. away, adv., 286, 744, 862, 1275;

gone, absent, 1241; here away, hither, 647 (see note).

OE. on weg. awayl, v. intr., avail: pret. 3 sg.

408. See vayle. ay, adv., ever, 114, 132, 276, 296, 337,

375, 497, 517, 659, 723, 931, 975, 976, 978, 1016, 1031, 1080, 1413, 1472, 1544, 1684, 1711; ауа,

every, 117. ON. ei. ayre, n., air, 1010. OF. air. ayre, n., heir; 650, 1709: hayre,

666; here, 52. OF. (h)eir. ayber, adj., ayþer ober, each other, 338, 705.

OE. âghwæder, ægðer. aywhere, adv., everywhere, 228,

965, *1398, 1403, 1608. OE.

æghwâr. Azarie, prop. n., Azariah, 1301

(Dan. 1. 6). OF. Azarie. azer, see asure.

bak, n., back, 155, 980, 1412. OE.

bæc. bale', n., conflagration, 980. ON.

bāl; cf. OE. bæl. bale’, n., evil, harm, woe, 276, 1256.

OE. bealu. bale, adj., dire, tormenting, 1243.

OE. bealu. balleful, adj., wretched, 979. OE.

bealofull. Baltazar, prop. n., Belshazzar, 1333,

1357, 1361, 1395, 1450, 1507, 1537, 1558, 1620, 1622, 1709, *1746, 1750, 1765, 1787; gen. Baltazar, 1149, 1436. Lat. Baltassar, OF.

Baltazar. Baltazar, pron.

n.,

Belteshazzar (Vulg. Baltassar), name given

to Daniel (see Dan. 1. 7), 1610. balterande, part. adj., stumbling,

hobbling, 103. Cf. Dan. baltre, Norw. dial. baltre; Yorkshire

dial. balter. baner, n., banner: pl. -es, 1404.

OF. banere. banne, n., proclamation, order, 95,

1361. Cf. OE. gebann. banne', v. tr., curse, 468; bring a

curse upon, 885: pret. 3 sg. 468,

885. OE. bannan. banne', v. tr., ?fortify, ?strengthen:

inf. 620 (see note). bantel, n.: pl. bantelles, outworks,

1459 (see note). barayn, adj., barren, 659. OF.

baraine, fem. bare, adj., 452, 1246, 1254, 1693; as

noun, bare skin, 791; quasi-adv.,

only, 1573. OE. bær. bare, v. tr., show, disclose:

pp. 1149. Cf. OE, ābarian. bare-heved, adj., bare-headed, 633. barer, n., barrier: pl. -es, 1239; -S,

B. babel, adj., foolish, 582 (see note). baboyn, n., baboon: pl. -es, 1409.

OF. babuin. Babyloyn, prop. n., Babylon, 1149,

1223, 1256, 1372; Babiloyn, 1361, 1373; Babiloyne, 1335, 1666.

OF. Babiloine. bachler, n., young knight: pl. -ez,

86. OF. bacheler. badde, adj., wicked, 1228. ?Short

ened form of OE. bæddel.

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