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OF.

weppen, n., weapon, 835. OE.

wãpen, wēpen. were, v. tr., near, 287; refl. defend

oneself (= excuse oneself), 69: 3 sg. -Z, 287; pret. 3 sg. wer,

69. OE. werian. werk, n., labor, 136, 1258; action,

deed, doing, 171, 266, 305, 355, 589, 658, 760, 763, 1050, 1328, 1350; creation, 198; structure, 1480; construction, 1390; ado, 1725: pl. -ez, 171, 266, 355, -es, 1480; werkkez, 136, 760, 763; werkkes, 1258, 1328, 1350. OE.

weorc, werre, n., war, 1178. NF. werre,

guerre. wers, comp. adj., worse, 113; as n.,

80; smaller, 719: worre, 719; worse, 1320; superl. werst, 694. OE. wierse, werse; cf. ON.

verri. weryng, vbl. n., wearing, use, 1123. wete, v. tr., wet: inf. 1027. OE.

wētan, wētan. weber, see wheber. weve, v. tr., fling, push, 453; shut,

857; rush, 422: pret. 3 sg. wafte, 422, 453; waft, 857. OE. wãefan

(infl. by ON. viefa). weye, see wege. wex(en), see wax. what-kyn, adj., what kind of, 100. what, see who. wheder, conj., whither, 917. OE.

hwæder. wheder, adv., nevertheless, 570.

OE. hwæð (e)re, hweðre. whederwarde, adv., whithersoever,

422. when, conj., 37, etc.; whenever,

1047, 1700; at which time, 361; when þat, 961, 1537; correl. with

'then,' 343, 529: when, 37, 61, 89, 281, etc. (32 times); quen, 435, 529, 560, 563, 1047, 1084, 1514; wen, 343. OE. hwanne,

hwanne. where, conj., 444, 491, 1079; where

so, for simple where, 675; wherever, 791; wher, 1080. OE.

hwar, hwēr. wheber, interr. conj., 717; introd.

indir. questions, 583, 918; correl. w. ober, 113: weber, 717.

OE. hwæðer, hweder. whichche, n., chest (=ark), 362.

OE. hwicce. who, interr. pron., 877; introd. in

dir. question, 1699. Neut. what, 35, 752, 757, 913; introd. indir. question, 152, 1119, 1556, 1557, 1567, 1587; what if, 737, 741, 751; exclam. 487, 845, 846, 855, I24I, I583: quat, 74I, III9:

whatt, 845. OE. hwā. who, rel. pron., who so, whoever,

I, 1647, 1649; quo so, 1650; quos so, whosoever, 1648; dat. wham, 259. Neut. what so,

whatever, 819, 1099. OE. hwā. why, interr. adv., 828, 1595. OE.

hwỹ. whyl, conj., while, 206, 568, 780,

1114; whyle, 1124, 1655; whil,

1298. OE. hwil, n. whyle, n., while, time, 743, 833,

1285; short time, 1620. OE.

hwil. whyte, adj., white, 793, 1440;

bright, 1120: whit, 793; quite,

1440. OE. hwit. wich, see wych. wittnesse, v. tr.: inf. 1050. Cf.

OE. witnes, n.

wlate, impers. V., cause loathing, wonder, n., 584, 1310, 1504: wunder,

305; pers., be disgusted, feel 1390. OE. wundor. horror, 1501: 3 sg. -S, 1501, -2, wonder, adv., wonderfully, exceed305. OE. wlātian.

ingly, very, 5, 153, 880, 1381. wlatsum, adj., abominable, detest- wonderly, adv., extraordinarily, able, 541.

greatly, 570. OE. wundorlice. wlonk, adj., fair, fine, 606, 793, 831, wone, v. intr., decrease: pp. 496. 899, 933;

as noun, fair, pure, OE. wanian, wonian. 1052: wlonc, 899. OE. wlanc, wonen, see wynne. wlonc.

wonnyng, n., dwelling, 921. OE. wo, n., woe, 284, 1701; affliction, wunung. calamity, 541. OE. wā.

wont, v. tr., lack, 13; intr. w. of, wod, adj., mad, 828, 1558; angry, be wanting, 739: pres. subj. 3 sg. 204; raging, 364: wode, 364,

wont, 739; 3 pl. wont, 13. ON. 1558. OE. wod.

vanta. wod, n., wood, 370, 1028: wode, wonte, part. adj., accustomed, used, 387. OE. wudu.

1489. Cf. OE. wunian. woge, n., wall:

832, 1545, 1724; wonye, see won, v. wowe, 1531, 1630; pl. wozes, worcher, n., creator, 1501. Cf. OE. 1424; wowez, 839, wowes, 1403.

wyrcean, V. OE. wāg.

worde, n., word, 152, 213, 348, 1555, wok, adj., weak: comp. as noun, etc.; command, 348: pl. -Z, 149, wakker, 835. OE. wāc.

210, 302, 344, 512, 756, 809, 848, wolf, n.: pl. -es, 1676. OE. wulf.

859; -S, 1592, 1641, 1662, 1725; wombe, n., belly, 462: pl. -S, 1250, worde, 840. OE. word. 1255. OE. wamb, wāmb.

*wordlych, n., earthly, 49 (see won', n., dwelling, house; palace; note). OE. woroldlic.

140, etc.; stalls (Vulg. man- work, see wyrke. siunculas) 311; city, 928; won, worlde, n., world, 228, 252, 293, 323, 140, 533, 891, 928, 1508, 1770; 355, 371, 431, 496, 548, 685, 847, wone, 1489; pl. -es, 779, 841,

1123, 1360, 1501, 1614, 1646; 1178, 1197; -ez, 311, 375, 471. reign, power, 1298; worldez Cf. OE. gewuna.

goud, 1048; worlde wythouten won’, n., custom, 720. OE. wuna. ende, 712; gen. -Z, 1048; -s, 1802. won, v. intr., dwell: inf. 1676; 2 sg. OE. weorold, worold.

-ez, 875; pres. 3 sg. wonyes, worm, n., serpent: pl. -ez, 533. OE. 1807; wonies, 1340; wons, 326; wyrm. pret. 3 sg. wonyed, 431, 675; 3 pl. worre, see wers. wonyed, 252; woned, 362; pres. worschyp, n., honor, dignity: worpart. wonyande, 293.

OE. schyp, 545, 651, 1120; worchyp, wunian.

1127, 1592, 1616, 1802. ОЕ. . wonde, v. tr., fear: pret. 3 sg. 855. weorðscipe. OE. wandian.

worse, see wers.

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worbe, adj., worth, 1244. OE.

weorð. worbe, v. intr., become, be: inf. 580,

686, 1066; 2 sg. -S, 1738; pres. subj. 2 sg. worþe, 901, 1056, 1116; 3 sg. worbe, 60, 727, 925, 1125; imper. pl. -Z, 521. OE.

weorðan. worbly, adj., worthy, good, 471,

651; honorable, illustrious, 1298, 1351: worbely, 651, worbelych,

471, 1351. OE. weorðlic. worþy, adj., worthy, 84, 113; as n.,

718; honored, 231. wost, see wyt. wobe, n., danger, harm, 855, 988.

ON. vāði. wowe(2), see woze. wrak, see wreke. wrake, n., vengeance, (God's) pun

ishment, 213, 235, 386, 718, 970, 1050, 1143, 1225, 1808: wrache, 204, 229. OE. wracu, partly con

fused w. OE. wræc. wrakful, adj., angry, bitter, 302. wrange, adj., wrong, 268; quasi

adv. wrank, ?violently, ?sud

denly, 891. ON. (v)rangr. wrange, n., wrong, 76. wrappe, v. refl., wrap oneself, clothe

oneself: 2 sg. -Z, 169. Etym.

uncertain. wrast, v. tr., thrust, throw, 1802;

raise, 1166; blow, 1403; pret.
3 sg. wrast, 1166; 3 pl. wrasten,
1403;
pp. wrast, 1802.

ОЕ. . wræstan. wrastle, v. intr., struggle: pret.

3 pl. 949. OE. wræstlian. wrath, n.: 204, 326, 690, 746, 1143,

1166. ONth. wræðdo.

wrathe, v. tr., anger, 719, 828; intr.,

become angry, 230: pret. 3 sg.

230, 719, 828. OE. wrābian. wrech, n., wretch, 230, 828: pl. -ez,

84, 851. OE. wrecca. wreke, intr., on, take

vengeance: pret. 3 sg. wrek, 198;

wrak, 570. OE. wrecan. wrench, n., trick, deceitful deed:

pl. -ez, 292. OE. wrenc. wrozt, see wyrke. wroth, adj., angry, 5; fierce, 1676:

wrope, 1676. OE. wrā). wroth, see wyrke. wroply, adv., angrily, fiercely, 280:

wrobely, 949. OE. wrāblice. wruxeled, part. adj., arrayed,

adorned, 1381 (cf. Gaw. 2191 for

meaning). OE. wrixlian. wryste, n., wrist, 1535.' OE. wrist. wryt, n., writing, 1552, 1567, 1630;

Scripture, 657. OE. (ge) writ. wryte, v. tr., write: 3 sg. -S, 1534;

pp. wryten, 1725. OE. writan. wrybe, v. intr., writhe, wriggle:

3 pl. -Z, 533. OE. wrīþan. wunder, see wonder. wunnen, see wynne. wych, indef. interr., which, what,

1060, 1074: wich, 169, 1060. OE.

hwilc. wych, n, wizard: pl. -ez, 1577.

OE. wicca. wychecrafte, n., witchcraft, 1560.

OE. wiccecræft. wyd, adv., wide, 318. OE. wide. wyde, adj., wide, broad, 370; on

wyde, around, 1423. OE. wid. wydo, n., widow: pl. -ez, 185. OE.

widwe. wyf, n., wife, woman, 69, 330, 349,

658, 813, 821, 899, 933, 981, 1244, 1351: pl. wyves, 1250; wyvez,

112, 298, 350, 503. OE. wif. wyge, n., man, person, one: wyze,

280, 284, 293, 545, 589, 658, 875, 933, 970, 1052, 1298, 1585, 1770; wy3, 5, 230, 675; pl. -2, 235, 606, 712, 813, 899, 908; -S, 1181, 1587.

OE. wiga. wy3t, n., creature, 471. OE. wyht. wygt, adv., quickly, 617. ON. vigt,

neut. of vīgr. wygtly, adv., quickly, 908. wyk, adj., wicked, evil, 1063;

wykke, 908. Cf. OE. wicca,

wisard. wyket, n., wicket, gate, door, 857,

882: wykket, 501. NF. wiket,

OF. guichet. wykked, adj., wicked, 570, 718, 1050,

1360: wekked, 855. Based on

wyk(ke), q. v. wyl, v., will, wish, be willing, 360,

etc.; as auxiliary, 358, 444, 513, 517, etc.; used elliptically, mean, signify, 1552; pret. in apodosis of condition, 36, 1153; pret. w. pres. meaning, would like to, 928, 1058, 1140, 1629 : I sg. wyl, 358; 2 sg. wylt, 165, 764, 930; 3 sg. wyl, 517; pres. subj. 2 sg. wyl, 1065; pret. I sg. wolde, 928, 1153, 1629; 3 sg. 36, 126, 231, etc.; 2 pl. 800, 1153 ; 3 pl. 444, 807. Combined w. ne, pres. I sg. nel, 513; 3 sg. nyl, 1261; pret. 3 sg. nolde, 1091, 1154, 1233, 1245; 3 pl. 805. OE.

willan. wylde, adj., wild, 58, 302, 415, 533,

948, 1269, 1676; as noun, wild animals, 311, 362, 387, 503, 529,

1674. OE. wilde. *wylfulnes, n., wilfulness, obstinacy,

231. Cf. OE. *wilfull.

wylger, adj., ?wild, 375 (see note).

Etym. uncertain. wylle, n., will, purpose; heart,

mind; 200, 232, 302, 309, 565, 687, 738, 928, 1646; rage, 76 (see

note). OE. willa. wylsfully, adv., wilfully, 268. Cf.

OE. willes ful. wyly, adv., cunningly, 1452. Cf.

OE. wil, wile. wynde, n., wind, 437, 444, 1484;

vynd, 847; pl. -2, 421, 457, 948.

OE. wind. wynde, v. intr., turn, take one's

way: 3 pl. -2, 534. OE. windan. wyndow, n., 318: wyndowe, 453.

ON. vindauga. wyndowande, part. adj., scattering

in the wind, 1048. OE. wynd

wian. wyne, n., wine, 1420, 1716: wyn,

1127, 1508. OE. win. wynge, n., wing, 1484: pl. -Z, 475.

ON. vængr. wynne, v. tr., obtain, get, win, 617,

650, 1120, 1305, 1550, 1777; prevail on, induce, 1616; beget, 112; intr., make (force) one's way, 140, 882, 1004, 1374, 1577; issue, 1669: inf. 617, 650, 1550 ; 3 sg. -S, 1120; pret. 2 sg. wan, 140; pret. 3 pl. wonnen, 882, 1374, 1577; wonen, 1777; imper. sg. wynne, 1616; pp. wonnen, 1004, 1669; wonen, 112; wunnen, 1305.

OE. winnan. wynnelych, adj., gracious, 1807.

OE. wynlic. wynter, n., 525. OE. winter. wyrde, n., fate, destiny: pl. wyrdes,

1224, 1605. OE. wyrd. wyrke, v. tr., do, make; create;

construct; 5, 171, 205, 280, etc.; provoke, 821; intr., act, 1063,

1319: inf. wyrke, 1287; work, 663; 2 sg. wyrkkes, 1063; pret. 2 sg. wroztez, 720; pret. 3 sg. wrozt, 5, 205, 280, 1319, 1699; wroth, 821; pret. 3 pl. wrogt, 725; imper. sg. wyrk, 311; pp. wrozt, 171, 318, 348, 1381, 1455.

OE. wyrcan.

wyrle, v. tr., whirl: ?pret. 3 sg.

wyrle, 475. ON. hvirfia. wyse, adj., wise, 1555, 1560; as n.,

1319, 1741 : wys, 1592. OE. wis. wyse, n., manner, way, only in phrase, (up) on

wyse, 268, 271, 327, 696, 1063, 1171, 1187, 1432: pl. -S, 1805, wyse,

1728. OE. wise. wyse, v. tr., send, 453; instruct,

1564: 3 sg. wysses, 1564; pret.

3 sg. 453. OE. wisian, wissian. wyst(e), see wyt, v. wyt, n., wisdom, 348; reason,

senses, 1422, 1701; mind, 515; meaning, 1630: wytte, 1630; pl.

wyttez, 515. OE, wit. wyt, pret. pres., know, perceive, un

derstand: inf. 1052, 1319, 1567, 1630; 2 sg. wost, 875; pres. subj. 3 sg. wyt; pret. 3 sg. wyst, 152, 1699, 1770; 3 pl. wyste. OE.

witan-wiste. wyte, v. tr., blame: inf. 76. OE.

witan. wyter, adv., clearly, 1552. ON. vitr,

wise. wyter, v. tr., inform: pp. 1587. wyterly, adv., clearly, surely, 171,

1567. wyth, prep., in company with, along

with, 86, 118, 124, etc.; together with, 58, 339, 468, etc.; against, for, 56; denoting means, 19, III, 112, etc.; manner, 10, 43, 71, 139, etc.; agent, 90, 91, 1142, 1495;

cause, 516; with various verbs and nouns denoting combination, agreement, etc., 137, 327, 337, etc.; at (temporal), 213, 671; in phrases: wyth yor leve, 94; with sygt, 192; with bat, 671: with, 19, 43, 118, 121, etc. (in less than one-third of the cases). OE.

wið. wythal, adv., in addition, 636. wyberly, adv., fiercely, 198. Cf.

OE. wider, against. wythhalde, v. tr., withhold: inf.

740. wythinne, adv.: 20, 305, *312, 434,

593, 883, 969, 1182, 1184, 1193, 1195, 1385, 1391, 1465. Prep.: 284, 431, 1048, 1069, 1566, 1607; of time, 1779, 1786 : withinne,

284, 1465. OE. wiðinnan. wytles, adj., distracted, 1585. OE.

witlēas. wythouten, adv., without, 20, 313,

1205, 1487. Prep. 252, 350, 417, 556, 660, 712, 931, 1105, 1122: wythoute, 1205, 1487,

1725; withouten, 417. OE. wiðūtan.

Y. ydropike, adj., dropsical, 1096. OF.

ydropike. yze, n., eye, 133, 583, 768: pl. -n,

576, 588, 792, 978, 1005, 1222,

1695. OE. éage, ēge. Ynde, prop. n., India: 1231, 1772.

OF. Inde. ynde, n., deep blue, 1411. OF.

inde. yor, poss. pron., your: 94, 618, 620,

801, etc. OE. ēower. yorself, see self. yow, see bou.

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