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neze, v. tr., come to, approach: inf.

neze, 143, 1017; nez, 805; ?nezen,

32 (see note); pret. 3 sg. 1754. nekke, n., neck, 1638. OE. hnecca. nel, see wyl. nem, see nym. ner, adv., nearly, 1558, 1585;

prep., near, 414: nere, 414. ON. nõr; OE. nēar, nēr, comp. of

nēah. nere, see be. neve, n., (clenched) hand, 1537.

ON. hnefi. neven, v. tr., name: inf. 1376; 3 pl.

-en, 1525; pret. 3 sg. 410. ON.

nefna. never, adv., never, at no time, 29,

45, 48, 107, etc.; emphatic neg., by no means, not at all, 587, 615, 668, 1103, 1555; never er, 359, 381, 1312; never more, 191; never be + compar., 215, 1352;

never so, 1330. OE, nãfre. newe, adj., 526: nwe, 1354. OE.

nēowe, nēwe. next, adv., w. ‘after,' immediately

after, 261. OE. nēahst, nēhst,

superl. of nēah. nice, adj., wanton, lascivious, 1354,

1359; fastidious, dainty, 824:

nyse, 824. OF. nice. nif, conj., ne + gif, if not, unless,

21: nyf, 424. niye, see nye. no, adj., 136, 141, 142, 197, etc.; no

mon, 514, 1656; with comparatives :

better, lasse, lenger, mo(re), 234, 385, 513, etc. OE.

nān. See also non. noble, adj., 121, 167, 1218, 1281,

1302, 1338, 1372, 1430; pl. noun, 1226. OF. noble.

nobleye, n., nobility, 1091. OF.

nobleye. no-bot, adv., only, 1127. Noe, prop. n., Noah, 297, 301, 345,

*359, 410, 480, 481, 484, 505, 513, gen. Noe, 425. Lat. Noe, OE.

Nõe. nogt, pron., nothing, 106, 209, 374,

992, 1023, 1245; for nozt, in

vain, 888. OE. nõwiht. no3ty, adj., wicked, bad, 1359. nold, see wyl. nome, see name. nome(n), see nym. non, adj. pron., 21, 426, 735, 795, 868,

1056; absol. 72, 101, 578, 1088, 1399; pl. none, 262; non ober, 342, 508, 742, 1681, 1704: none,

101, 426. OE. nān. norne, see nurne. norture, n., nurture, upbringing,

1091. OF. norture. not, adv.: 22, 32, 33, 70, etc.; nozt,

84. See nogt. note', n., work, occupation, 1233;

practice, custom, 727; trouble, pains,

381; position, power, 1651. OE. notu. note', n., note (of music): pl. -s,

1413. OF. note. noted, part, adj., famed, renowned,

1651. notyng, vbl. n., using, 1354. OE.

notian. noumbre, n., number, 737, 1376;

count, 1731; quantity, 1283.

AN. numbre, OF. nombre. now, adv., now, at this time, forth

with, 64, 944, 1008, 1015, etc.; now at þis tyme, 106; rygt now, 1754; w. imperative, or introducing clause, temporal meaning being weakened or effaced: 75,

nytel, v. intr., ?struggle: pret. 3 sg.

888. Etym. obscure.

125, 301, 345, *359, 513, 521, 545, 669, 709, 746, 761, 921, 1225; as conj., seeing that, IIII; suppose that, if, 721: now, 64, 75, 125, 301, etc. (33 times); nou, 921, 1008, 1015, IIII, 1305, 1505. OE.

nū. noye, see nuye. noyse, n., clamor, din, 849, 873; of

music, 1413, 1415. OF. noise. nummen, see nym. nurne, v. tr., say, declare, 65, 669;

entreat, urge, 803: 1 sg. norne, 803; pret. 3 sg. 65, 669. Etym. obscure. The word is peculiar

to the Gawain-poet. nuye, v. tr., trouble, vex, 306, 578,

1603; harass, 1176, 1236: inf. noye, 1236; 3 sg. nuyez, 578; pret. 3 sg. 1176; pp. nwyed, 306; nyed, 1603. Cf. OF. anuier,

anoier. nye, n., trouble, 1376; anxiety,

1002; woe, trouble, vexation, anger, 301: nye, 1376, niye, 1002; nwy, 301; pl. nyes, 1754. Cf.

0. Oo, interj., 861. obeche, v. refl., do obeisance to:

pret. 3 sg. 745. OF. obeïss-,

from obeïr. odde, adj., odd, 426; abs. 505. ON.

oddaoddely, adv., singly, solely, 923;

singularly, 698. of, prep., of, 7, 74, III, 149, etc.;

from, 596, 855, 892, 901, etc.; with 'out,' 287, 289, 1316, 1441, 1575; by (agent), 243; with, by means of, 1253, 1277, 1404, 1408, 1433; denoting material, 1271, 1276, 1279, etc.; with 'out,' 1342, 1408; because of, 848, 1019, 1706, 1728; in respect to, 27, 92, 253, 314, etc.; concerning, 26, 51, 425, 843, etc.; in partitive sense, 42, 88, 170, 207, etc.; out of, among, 923; in various idiomatic combinations: because of, 1519; in contrary of, 1532; on payne of, 46; of armes, 1773; of kynde,

1033. OE, of. of, adv., off, 630, 876, 1191, 1265.

OE. of. ofte, adv., often, 410, 423, 952, 1274,

1328, 1584, 1597, 1601. OE. oft. oge, pret. pres. v.: pret. 3 sg. azt,

ought, 122. OE. āgan. ogt, pron., anything, 663, 1092. OE.

āwiht. oke, n., oak, 602. OE. āc. olde, adj., 601, 1123, 1263: superl.

aldest, 1333. OE. eald, ald. olipraunce, n., van ostentation,

1349. Etym. obscure.

OF. anuy.

nyf, see nif. nyze, see nege. ny3t, n., night, 359, etc.; at forb

nagtes, late at night, 1764: nygt, *359, 526, 779, 803, 888, 1203, 1754, *1779; nazt, 484, 578, 807, 1002; nagtes, 1764. OE. niht,

neaht (Angl. næht). nyl, see wyl. nym, v. r., take; 480, etc.; have,

feel, *1002 (see note): 3 sg. nymmes, 480; nymmez, 481; pret. 3 sg. nem, 505; nome, 1613; pp. nomen, *1002, 1281; *num

men, 1291. OE. niman. nyse, see nice.

on

on

on

on

olyve, n., 487. OF. olive.
on, adv., 30, 477, 1661. OE, on.
on, prep., on, upon, in, 78, 198, 213,

228, etc.; expressing time, 445,
479, 481, 485, etc.; manner, 1775,
1782, esp. on

wyse, 271,
327, 696, 1063, 1171, 1187; of
(with verbs of thinking), 25,
436, 771, 819; in, in phrase "on
Ebru,' 448; in phrases: on alle
faure, 1683; on benche, 1499;
on dece, 38; on ende, 423; on
erd, 892; on folde, 403; on fote,
79, on Godez, halve, 896;
honde, 1412; on hors, 79;
hyze, 413; on launde, 1000; on
lenbe, 116; on molde, 279;
mor, 385; on nagt, 578;
payne of, 46; on rygt, 1513; on
urbe, 273; on be waye, 606; on

wyde, about, 1423. OE. on.
on, num. and pron., a single, 108,

112, 152, 551, 803, 1244, 1555;
one and the same, 716, 718;
alone, 670, 731, 872, 927; absol.,
25, 63, 178, 299, 997, 999, 1555;
w. superl., 892; ani on, 42; uch
on, 71, 267, 394, 497, 825, 890,
1024, IIII; everuch one, 1221,
þyn one, 923 (see note): one,
25, 178, 670, 731, 825, 872, 927,
1024, IIII, 1221.

OE, ān.
onelych, adv., only, 1749. Cf. OE.

ānlic, adj., ænlice, adv.
onez, adv., once, 23, etc.; at onez,

at one time, together, 402, 519,
566, 672, 732, 909, 963, 1086; at
þis onez, for this one time, 624,
801: onez, 23, 402, 566, 600, 601,
624, 672, 732, 761, 801, 909, 963,
1146; ones, 519, 982, 1086, 1144,
1357, 1672.

onhede, n., unity, concord, 612.

on + hede.
onsware, n., answer, 753.

ОЕ. .
ondswaru.
on-yzed, adj., one-eyed, 102.
open, v. tr.: inf. 1600. OE. openian.
ordaynt, part. adj., ordained, 237.

AN. ordeiner, OF. ordener.
ordenaunce, n., 698. OF. orde-

nance.
ordure, n., filth, 1092, 1101.

OF.
ordure.
orenge, n., orange, 1044.

OF.
orenge.
organe, n., a wind instrument: pl.

-S, 1081. OF. organe.
ornement, n., ornament, furnish-

ing: pl. -es, 1799; urnmentes,

1284. OF. o(u)rnement.
orppedly, adv., quickly, 623. OE.

orpedlice.
oste, n., host, 1204. OF. oste.
oper, adj., 84, 149, 175, 235, etc.;

absol. as pron. sg., 267, 268, 299,
765, 999, 1227; pl. ober, 25, 279,
332, 340, 596, 741, 937, 1389, 1511;
non oper, 342, 508, 742, 1704;
nothing else, 1681; ayper oper,
338, 705; redundant after su-
perlatives, 256, 701, 1749. OE.

õder.
oper, conj., or, 42, 417, 418, 419, etc.;
wheber

ober, 113. OE.
öðer.
operwayez, adv., otherwise, 448.
oure, poss. pron., 28, 345, 410, 424,

etc.: our, 986. OE. ure.
oure, n., hour, 1779. OF. (h)oure,

hore.
out, adv., 98, 353, 364, 475, 505, 842,

941, 990, 1046, 1203, 1222, 1462,
1790, 1802; protruding, 41; be
out, pass, 442; w. of, 287, 289,

923, 1316, 1342, 1408, 1441, 1460, 1516, 1575, 1654, 1783; out of age, advanced in age, 656: oute,

41, 1046. OE. ūt. outberst, v. intr., burst out: pret.

3 pl. outborst, 1251. outcomlyng, n., stranger, 876. Cf.

OE. pp. ūtancumen. outkast, v. tr., cast out: pp. out

kast, 1679. outtaken, pp., as prep., except, 357,

1573. ouber, pron., either, 795. OE. .

āwder<ähwæder. over, prep., over, across, 133, 406,

472, 482, 981, 1293, 1776; above,

1314. E. ofer. overbrawden, part. adj., covered

over, 1698. OE. oferbrãdan. overgo, v. intr., pass: pret. 3 sg.

overzede, 1753. OE. ofergān. overseye, v. intr., pass by: pp. 1686. overtake, v, tr.: pret. 3 pl. overtok,

1213. overtorne, v. intr., go round, pass

by: pret. 3 pl. 1192. overbwert, adj., placed crosswise,

1384. Cf. ON. þvert, neut. of

þverr. overpwert, adv., crosswise, 316. overwalte, v. tr., overflow: 3 sg.

-2, 370. overgede, see overgo. owne, see aune. ox, n., 1086: oxe, 1682; pl. -en, 66.

palays, n., palace, 83, III, 1531,

1781:, palayce, 1389. OF. palais. palle', n., fine cloth, 1637. OE.

pall. palle’, n., paling, fence of stakes,

1384. OF. pal. papejaye, n., parrot: pl. -S, 1465.

AN. papejaye, OF. papegai. paper, n., 1408. AN. papir, OF.

papier. paradys, n., paradise, garden of

Eden, 238, 1007; heaven, 195; supreme bliss, 704: paradis,

1007. OF. paradis. parage, n., lineage, 167. OF.

parage. paramorez, n., love, 700. OF. par

amour (s). parchmen, n., parchment, 1134.

OF. parchemin. pare, v. tr., cut, 1408; mark, 1536:

pret. 3 sg. 1536; pp. 1408. OF.

parer. parforme, v. tr., bring to pass:

pret. 3 sg. 542. OF. parformer. parget, n., plaster spread on a wall,

1536. Cf. OF. pargeter, v. parlatyk, adj., paralytic, 1095. OF.

paralytique. part, v. tr., divide, 1107; descend,

242: pret. 3 pl. 242. OF. partir. partryke, n., partridge: pl. -Z, 57.

OF. perdriz, pertriz. passe, v. intr., go, pass, 72, etc.;

surpass, 1389; passe out of, come from, 1654: inf. 942; pres. 3 pl. -n, 844, 1780; pret. 3 sg. passed, 72, 769, 856; past, 1654; imper. sg. passe, 615; pres. part. passande, 1389; pp. passed, 395,

past, 1672. OF. passer. pau, n., claw: pl. ?paune, 1697.

OF. powe, poue.

OE. oxa.

P. pakke, v. tr., pack: pret. 3 sg. 1282.

MLG. pakken. Palastyn, prop. n., Palestine, 1177.

Lat. Palæstina.

paume, n., palm, hand, 1533: pl. -S,

1542. OF. paume. payne, n., penalty, 46, 244, 716;

pain, suffering (inflicted as punishment), 190 : pl. -S,

1227. OF. peine. payre, n., pair, 335, 3382. OF. paire. payre, v. intr., deteriorate, 3 sg. -S,

1124. Aphetic form of ME.

apayre (OF. empeirier). pece, n., piece: pl. -S, 1348. OF.

pece, piece. pen, n.: pl. -ez, 322. OE. penn. penaunce, n., 1116, 1131. OF.

penance. peni, n., penny: pl. -es, money,

1118. OF. pening, penig. penitot, n., peridot, chrysolite: pl.

-es, 1472. OF. peritot. penne, n., pen, 1546, 1724. OF.

penne. penne-fed, part. adj., fed in a pen,

pertly, adv., openly, plainly, 244.

Cf. OF. apert. Phares, n., Upharsin, 1727, 1736,

1737. Vulg. Phares. pich, n., pitch, 1008. OE. pic. pik, v. intr., pick, peck: Pp. 1466.

OE. pican. pinacle, n.: pl. -S, 1463. OF.

pinacle. pipe, n.: pl. pipes, 1413; pypes,

1081. OE. pipe. pit, n., 1008. OE. pytt. place, n., *72, 146, 238, 785, 1282,

1317, 1443; palace, residence,

1385: pl. -S, 1013. OF. place. planed, part. adj., 310. OF. planer. plant, v. tr.: pret. 3 sg. plantted,

1007. OE. plantian. plaster, n., 1549. OF. plastre. plat, adj., flat, 1379. OF. plat. plat, adv., entirely, 83. plat, v. tr., strike: pret. 3 pl. plat,

1265. OE. plättan. plater, n., platter, 638. AN. plater. plattyng, vbl. n., striking, 1542. play, n., reveling, 1494, 1502; in

tercourse, 700. OE. plega. play, v. intr., bestir oneself, be

busy: pret. 3 pl. 787. OE.

plegan. playn, adj., plain, smooth, 1068

1134, 1531. OF. plain. playn, n., plain, 1379: pl. -es, 1216.

OF. plain. plek, n., piece of ground, spot, 1379.

OE. *plecce; cf. MDu. plecke. plese, v. tr., please: inf. 338. OF.

plaisir. plow, n., 68. OE. ploh. plunge, v. tr.:

AN. plunger, OF. plongier. plye, v. intr., incline, tend, 196; tr.

57.

pent, v. intr., belong, pertain: pret.

3 sg. 1270. Cf. OF. apendre. peple, n., people, III, 396, 651, 885:

pl. peplez, 242. OF. poeple. per, n., peer, equal, 1336; rival,

1214: pere, 1336. OF. per. peraunter, .adv., perchance, 43.

OF. par aventure. Perce, prop. n., Persia, 1772. OF.

Perce. peril, n.: *856; perile, 942. OF.

peril. perle, n., pearl, 1068, 1116, 1117,

1124: pl. -S, 1132, 1467, 1472.

OF. perle. perre, coll. n., jewelry, precious

stones, 1117. OF. perrerie,

perrie. Perse, prop. n., Persian: pl. Perses,

1739. OF. Perse.

cover, 1385: 3 sg. -S, 196; pret. 3 sg. plyed, 1385. OF. plier.

pp. 1008.

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