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VALENTINE, Tit. Andr.
ARRIUS, Ant. & Cleop.
VOLUMNIUS, Jul. Cæs.
WALES, EDWARD, PRINCE OF,
WALES, EDWARD, PRINCE OF
VAUGHAN, SIR THOMAS, Rich. WALES, HENRY, PRINCE OF
AUX, 2 Hen. VI.
(afterwards HENRY V), 1 &
AUX, SIR NICHOLAS, Hen. WART, 2 Hen. IV.
ELUTUS, SICINIUS, Coriolanus.
ERNON, SIR RICHARD,
WARWICK, EARLS OF, 2 Hen.
WHITMORE, WALTER, 2 Hen. YORK, RICHARD, DUKE OF,
WIDOW, A, Tam. of Shrew.
YORK, RICHARD PLANTAGE-
YORK, MAYOR OF, 3 Hen. VI.
Hark! hark! the lark at heaven's gate sings
The master, the swabber, the boatswain and I
The poor soul sat sighing by a sycamore tree
Then is there mirth in heaven
Then they for sudden joy did weep
They bore him barefac'd on the bier
To shallow rivers, to whose falls
Was this fair face the cause, quoth she
What shall he have that kill'd the deer?
When that I was and a little tiny boy
Who is Silvia? what is she?
Who doth ambition shun
Two G. of Ver.
As You Like It.
As You Like It
Love's L. L.
As You Like It
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ABATE, v. t. to deduct, except, L.'s L.'s L. v. 2. 545; to | Alderliefest, adj. dearest of all, a Hen. VI. i. 1. 28.
ABHOR, v. t. to reject, Hen. VIII. ii. 4. 79.
ABSEY-BOOK, Sub. a primer, K. John, L. 1. 196.
ABY, v. t. to pay for, atone for, Mid. N. Dr. iii. 2. 175.
Shrew, iv. 3. 36; 1 Hen. VI. iii. 2. 124.
ALL HID, sub. the game of hide and seek, L.'s L's L. iv.
ALLICHOLY, adj. Two Gent. of Ver. iv. 2. 28; sub.
ALLOW, v. to approve, 2 Hen. IV. i. 3. 5; K. Lear, il. 4.
ALL-THING, adv. in every way, Macb. fil. 1. 13.
ALMS-DRINK, sub. liquor drunk to ease another, Ant.
AMES-ACE, sub. the lowest throw of dice, All's Well, il.
ANCHOR, sub. an anchorite, a hermit, Ham. iii. 2.
ANCIENT, sub. an officer next in rank to a lieutenant,
ACONITUM, Sub. the plant aconite, or wolf's bane, 2 Hen. ANSWERABLE, adj. corresponding, Oth, i. 3. 351.
ANTICK, sub. the buffoon of the old plays, Rich. II. iii.
ANTRE, sub. a cavern [Fr. antre], Oth. i. 3. 140.
ADDRESSED, adj. ready, Mid. N. Dr. v. 1. 106; Jul. Caes. APPEAL, sub. impeachment, Rich. II. 1. 1. 4; i. 3. 21.
ADOPTIOUS, adj. given by adoption, not real, All's Well,
i. 1. 190.
AERY: see AIERY.
AFAR OFF, adv. indirectly, remotely, Merry Wives of W.
AFFECT, sub. inclination, L.'s L.'s L. l. 1. 150; Oth. i. 3.
APPLE-JJHIN, Sub. a shrivelled up winter apple, 1 Hen.
APPOINTMENT, sub. equipment, K. John, ii. 1. 296.
APRICOCK, sub. apricot, Mid. N. Dr. iii. 1. 173; Rich. II.
APRON-MAN, sub. a mechanic, Coriol. iv. 6. 97.
AFFECTIONED, adj. full of affectation, Twelfth Night, ARGOSY, sub. a large merchantman, from Ragusa in
ii. 3. 162.
AFFEERED, pt. p. confirmed, a law term, Macb. iv. 3. 34.
Sicily, Mer. of Ven. 1. 1. 9; Tam. of Shrew, ii. 1. 368,
AROINT THEE, int. avaunt, stand off, begone, Macb. i. 3.
AFFY, v. t. to betroth, Tam. of Shrew, lv. 4. 49; 2 Hen. ARTHUR'S SHOW, sub. an archery exhibition by a society
AGOOD, adv. much, a great deal, Two Gent, of Ver. iv.
of London archers, who assumed the name of Prince
A-HOLD, adv. to lay a ship a-hold to keep her up to ATONE, v. t. to reconcile, set at one, Rich. II. i. 1. 202;
J AIERY, AERY, sub. the brood of an eagle, K. John, v. 2.
AIM, TO CRY, v. i. a phrase borrowed from archery, Merry
Cymb. i. 4. 44.
ATTAINT, sub. stain, disgrace, Com. of Err. ill. 2. 16;
AUNT, sub. an old woman, Mid. N. Dr. ii. 1. 51; a loose
AVISE, v. t. to inform. Are you avised?'='Do you
BABY, sub. a doll, Macb. ill. 4. 106.
BAVIN, adj. composed of dry waste brushwood, used in
BACK-TRICK, sub. a caper backwards in dancing, Twelfth
BAFFLE, v. i. to disgrace, Twelfth Night, il. 5. 176; 1 Hen.
BALDRICK, sub. a belt, Much Ado, i. 1. 252.
BAWCOCK, sub. a term of rude endearment [Fr. bess
BALK, v.t. to balk logic to dispute, chop logic, Tam. | BEAR HARD, to dislike, Jul. Cæs. L. 2. 318.
BALKED, pt. p. heaped up in balks or ridges, 1 Hen. IV.
BALLOW, sub. a cudgel, K. Lear, iv. 6. 248.
BEARING-CLOTH, sub. the cloth in which a child w
BEAR IN HAND, to deceive, Macb. L. 1. 81; Ham. II. 2 67.
BAN-DOGS, sub. fierce dogs, which are kept tied up, BEAST, sub, an ox, K. Lear, iii. 4. 107.
BANDY, v. t. to fight, contend; a metaphor taken from
BANK, v. t. to land on the banks of, K. John, v. 2. 104.
BEAVER, sub. that part of a helmet which covers the
BEHESTS, sub. commands, Rom. & Jul. iv. 2 20.
BARBASON, sub. the name of a fiend, Merry Wives of BERGOMASK, sub, a dance after the manner of the
BARBED, pt. p. armed; spoken of a horse, Rich. II. lii.
BARE, v. t. to shave, Meas. for Meas. iv. 2. 188; All's Well,
peasants of Bergamasco, a country in Italy, belong-
BESLUBBER, v. t. to besmear, 1 Hen. IV. IL. 4. 244-
BARFUL, adj. full of difficulties, Twelfth Night, 1. 4. BESMIRCH, v.t. to besmear, Hen. V. iv. 3. 110; Haml
BARM, sub. yeast, Mid. N. Dr. ii. 1. 38.
BARN, sub. a child, Much Ado, iii. 4. 48; 1 Hen. IV. ii.
BASE, sub. a rustic game, Cymb. v. S. 19; 'To bid a base'
BASE COURT, sub. a back yard, the lower court in a
BASILISCO-LIKE, adj. Basilisco, a character in the old
BASILISK, Suò, a large cannon, 1 Hen. IV. ii. 3. 58.
BATE, v.i. to flutter as a hawk, Tam. of Shrew, iv. 1.
BATED, pt. p. abated, sunk, Mer. of Ven. iii. 3. 32.
BATTLE, sub, an my, or division of an army, 1 Hen.
BAUBLE, sub. a fool's staff, All's Well, iv. 5. 32.
BESTRAUGHT, adj. mad, distracted, Tam. of Shrew, Ind. 2
BETEEM, v. t. to allow, grant, Ham. L. 2. 141; with a play
BEZONIAN, sub. a base fellow [Ital bisognoso] 2 Hen.
BIDDY! a call to allure chickens, Twelfth Night, III 4.
BIGGIN, sub. a nightcap [Fr. béguin], 2 Hen. IV, Iv. 5. z6.
BILBOES, sub. a species of fetters used at sea, Ham. 1.
BILL, sub. brown-bills-battle-axes painted brown, a Hen
BIRD, sub. the young of any bird, Hen. IV. v. L. 6o;
BIRD-BOLT, Sub. a blunt-headed arrow, Much Ado, LL;
BLADED, pt. p. (1) adorned with blades or (2) in the
BLANK, sub. the white mark in centre of a target [Fr.
BRAWL, sub. a French dance, L.'s L.'s L. iii. 1. 9.
BLENCII, v. i. to start, flinch, Ham. ii. 2. 634; to be BREESE, sub. the gadfly, Troil. & Cres. i. 3. 48; Ant.
BLENCHES, sub. inconstancies, Sonnets, cx. 7.
BLENT, pt. p. blended, mixed, Twelfth Night, i. 5. 259;
BLISTERED, adj. garnished with puffs, Hen. VIII. i. 3. 31.
& Cleo. iil. 8. 24.
BRIBED BUCK, perhaps stolen buck, perhaps buck given
BROACH, v. t. to pierce through, or transfix, Hen. V. v.
BLOOD-BOLTERED, adj. matted with blood, Macb. iv. 1. BROCK, sub. a badger (term of reproach), Twelfth Night,
BLOOD, WORST IN, in worst condition, Coriol. i. 1. 141.
ii. 5. 115.
BROGUES, sub. shoes made of untanned hide, Cymb.
BLUE-BOTTLE, adj. an allusion to the blue dress of BROOCH, v. t. to adorn, Ant. & Cleo. iv. 13. 25.
a beadle, 2 Hen. IV. v. 4. 22.
BLUE-EYED, adj. with a dark circle round the eye, Temp.
BLURTED AT, pt. p. sncered at, Pericles, iv. 3. 34.
BOB, v. t. to beat, to drub, Rich. III. v. 3. 335; to cheat,
* BODKIN, sub. a dagger, Ham. iii. 1. 76.
BOGGLE, v. i. to hesitate, All's Well, v. 3. 234.
BOLT, v. t. to sift, refine, Wint. Tale, iv. 3. 377; Troil.
BOLTER, sub, a sieve, 1 Hen. IV. iii. 3. 80.
BUBUKLES, sub. pimples, Hen. V. iii. 6. 111.
Buсk, v. t. to wash linen with lye, and afterwards beat it,
BUCKLERSBURY, sub. a street in London chiefly inhabited
BUCK OF THE FIRST HEAD, one in its fifth year, L.'s L.'s L.
BUG, sub. an object of terror, 3 Hen. VI. v. 2. 2.
BUGLE, sub. a black bead, As You Like It, iii. 5. 47;
BULK, sub. projecting part of a building, Coriol. ii. 1. 229;
BULLY-ROOK, sub. a swaggering cheater, Merry Wives
BOMBARD, sub. a leathern drinking vessel, Temp. ii. 2. BUNG, sub. a pickpocket, 2 Hen. IV. ii. 4. 136.
BOMBAST, sub. cotton padding, Hen. IV. ii. 4. 364;
'bombast circumstance' inflated talk, Oth. i. 1. 13.
BOSKY, adj. woody, Temp. iv. 1. 81.
BOTTOM, sub. ball of thread, Tam. of Shrew, iv. 3. 137;
BURGONET, sub, a close-fitting helmet, 2 Hen. VI.
BUSH, sub. advertisement (a bush of ivy was usually
BUTTONS, sub. buds, Ham. 1. 3. 40.
BUTTONS, IN HIS, within his power to succeed in it, Merry
BY-DRINKINGS, sub. occasional drinkings, 1 Hen. IV. iii.
CADDIS, sub. a galloon of worsted, Wint. Tale, iv. 3. 208.
BRACE, sub. armour for the arm, Per. ii. 1. 137; state of CADDIS-GARTER, adj. worsted garter (in derision); garters
BRACH, sub. a female hound, 1 Hen. IV. iii. 1. 240;
of the time were worn in sight, and naturally were of
CADE, sub. a cask, a barrel, 2 Hen. VI. iv. 2. 36.
BRAID, adj. deceitful, All's Well, iv. 2. 73; v. t. to upbraid, CAGE, sub. a prison, 2 Hen. VI. iv. 2. 59.
BRAIN-PAN, sub. the skull, 2 Hen. VI, iv. 10. 13.
CAKE, sub. my cake is dough on both sides'=our plans
BRAVE, adj. fine, beautiful, Temp. 1. 2. 6; v. t. to make CAKED, pt. p. coagulated, inert, Tim. of Ath. ii. 2. 226.
BRAVERY, sub. finery, Meas. for Meas. i. 3. 10; Tam, of
CALIVER, sub. a kind of musket, 1 Hen. IV. iv. 2. 21;
CALL, sub. a whistle to lure birds, Tam. of Shrew,